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breaking news on nbc 10. a deadly crash on route 422 in montgomery county is shutting down lanes in both direction. we'll have the details straight ahead. halted for now. a federal judge temporarily blocks president trump's immigration order. we'll explain how it will impact travel in and out of the u.s. in the single digits. that is what it feels like in some neighborhoods. in the pocono mountains below zero. we'll tell you when warmer weather will return in the first alert neighborhood forecast. good morning. this is "nbc 10 news today". i'm rosemary connors. let's start with our weekend weather.
krystal klei is trackings to frigid temperatures inside. >> it is a cold, cold start to mourning. we knew this was coming. we're looking at numbers right now. these are the actual temperatures. 23 in philadelphia. 20 where we are in allentown and 19 in coatesville. vineland you're at 23 and that's the same for atlantic city. mount pocono only at 9 degrees. what you just saw a moment ago, the feels like temperatures much colder. five below for mount pocono. feeling like single digits in areas like allentown and 9 degrees, wilmington 9 degrees as well. atlantic city only 10. philadelphia feeling like 12 as we start our morning. so as we go through our morning hours it's going to be bitterly cold out there. not the kind of morning where you want to get out and do a lot of activities early on in your day or as we get into the later part of your day. the cold air will stick. clear conditions. clear overnight allows temperatures to plummet.
we're talking cold conditions this morning that last through the rest of the day. we only see temperatures climbing in to the mid-30s through your afternoon 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. look at the feel like temperatures. only in the mid-20s. we'll talk more about the rest of our neighborhoods and what it will feel like through the afternoon, coming up. now to that breaking news. one person is dead and another had to be flown to the hospital after a car crash in montgomery county. it happened just after midnight on route 422 in west potts grove township. the driver lost control and the car flipped over. 422 remains shut down in both directions. tap the nabc 10 app. developing news on president trump's executive order on immigration. a ruling late yesterday from a federal judge is halting the order for now. the trump administration is already promising to fight back. the temporary restraining order was issued by a federal judge in
washington state yesterday and it applies nationwide. it will remain in effect until the judge hears the legal challenge from the state attorney general. nbc 10 is live at philadelphia international airport this morning to explain what this means for people heading in and out of the country. >> reporter: this all comes after washington state and minnesota filed a joint lawsuit claiming that the travel ban for immigrants and refugees from seven mostly muslim countries was unlawful. now, according to national reports the government told airlines to start allowing travellers from those countries to board planes to the u.s. the president's order cancelled visas for tens of thousands of travellers. it's unclear when they can enter the u.s. we spoke with a retired new jersey superior court judge and said this battle could end up in the u.s. supreme court. >> this is a major issue. this is a constitutional issue. it has constitutional
implications. >> reporter: and now following the judge's ruling yesterday the white house issued this statement last night which reads in part quote the department of justice intends to file an emergency stay of this outrageous order and defend the executive order of the president which we believe is lawful and appropriate. the white house later reissued the statement without the word outrageous. this week we reported the order is affecting two syrian families who plan to visit our region but instead were told to go back to the middle east. so, again, they among many others are probably watching this very closely to see what happens next. of course, we'll be following it four as the developments occur. now live at philadelphia international airport, nbc 10 new. there are conflicting reports about just how many people the immigration order is impacting. in court yesterday a lawyer with the justice department said more than a hundred thousand visas
have been revoked but then it was said 60,000. we'll keep you updated. hours from now vice president mike pence is set to arrive in philadelphia. he'll give a speech to the federalist society. he plans to talk to the group at congress hall in old city around noon. it's not open to the public. the vp will talk about the role of the courts and the president's pick for the supreme court. today folks will be protesting president trump's immigration order during the philadelphia march for humanity. that starts at 1:00 this afternoon at thomas kaine plaza in center city. organizers call the order a ban that targets muslims. septa has issued a travel advisory for that protest. septa is urging everybody to use the market and frankfurt and broad street lines to get into center city. thousands are expected to take part in this march today. new this morning out of south jersey police are investigating a shooting in
voorhees, camden county. a man was shot three times just before 11:00 last night. you can see police and first responders on the scene. medics took the man to the hospital. no word yet on his condition. six minutes past 5:00 on this saturday. coming up on nbc 10, a correctional officer killed in a standoff. could it have been prevented? we'll show you what the nbc 10 investigators after an incident that happened at this same delaware prison years ago. plus what former inmates are now saying about it. also canton calling? we'll tell you why eagles fans could be celebrating this super bowl weekend even the birds are not playing in the big game.
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not a particularly windy morning but a little breezy out there and enough to make it feel colder than it truly is throughout the whole day. we have cold air in place. 14 degrees feels like your temperature at 8:00 a.m. afternoon we only get to the mid-20s, 26 degrees at 3:00 in the afternoon. unfortunately a good day otherwise. we stay dry and sunny across the board. in the suburbs 11 trees at 8:00 a.m., 25 at 3:00 in the afternoon. same in the lehigh valley where it feels like temperatures are in the single digits. delaware 14 at 8:00 a.m., 28 by 3:00 in the afternoon. cooler for new jersey at 26 and the shore a little more so, 24 what it feels like at 3:00 in the afternoon but it will stay sunny as we go through the rest of the day. as for your winds, not going to be terribly strong. just enough to make it feel colder than it is. five to 15 miles per hour for those feel like temperatures authors winds which will make the feel like temperatures feel so much cooler for us today. here's the thing. we started out mid-week 50
degrees. thursday 48. the drop as promised hit yesterday, 35 degrees and that will be today as well. it doesn't last too long. we boost back up on your sunday. we'll talk more about these roller coaster temperatures through your extended ten day on 10. new details this morning into the deadly prison standoff in delaware. state police have now cleared the crime scene at the james vaughn correctional center in smyrna. building c where this happened has been turned back over to the department of corrections. ♪ everybody knows your my hero ♪ >> emotions ran high last night during a vigil remembering steven floyd. friends and family were on hand to honor the fallen correctional co-workers. one much his co-workers broke down while talking about floyd's sacrifice.
>> i wish to god it was me. >> lieutenant floyd's widow later embraced officer wilkinson. floyd leaves behind three children and grandchildren. in dover the delaware state capital building was lit up in blue in honor of the fallen correctional officer. it comes after lieutenant floyd was given a promotion late yesterday. his family accepted a medal of valor. the highest honor a prison officer can receive. meantime the nbc 10 investigators are asking whether lieutenant floyd's death could have been prevented. more than a decade ago a hostage incident happened at the same prison. a counselor was taken hostage by an inmate and assaulted in an office. a task force recommended changes but they didn't go anywhere. state leaders are angling towards another review. delaware state police will not say if the standoff was planned in advance however a former inmate tells nbc 10 that some
prisoners were frustrated. he was isaiah say he and other inmates were not treated with dignity. he said he understands their frustration. >> this is supposed to be department of corrections. supposed to correct. supposed to rehabilitate. they haven't been doing that. >> he tells us he has plans to become an activist for other inmates. 12 minutes past 5:00 p.m. coming up a terror attack at one of the world's most famous museums foiled. we have more on the suspect shot and killed ten louvre. at issue president trump wasted no time turning his campaign promises into practice. critics calling his actions illegal while supporters applaud his take on executive authority. join me sunday morning when we separate fact from fiction when it comes to presidential powers. >> what we have to ask is what
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on this saturday here's a live look at the university avenue draw bridge over the schuylkill river in philadelphia. a heads up for anybody who is heading over the south street bridge in philly, this bridge will be closed to all traffic from 7:00 this morning until 3:00 this afternoon. crews will be doing some routine maintenance. in philadelphia a man who jumped from a second floor window to escape this row home
fire will be okay. the man did suffer some burns on his face and his hands. however, again, he'll recover. firefighters arrived on carlisle street last night. the flames were engulfing the building. the fire spread to four other row homes. three were destroyed. fortunately nobody else was hurt. investigators are now looking for the cause of this fire. this morning philadelphia police are searching for a driver accused of hitting three people in west philadelphia. police say a group of men and women were fighting on locust street yesterday afternoon. when some walked away investigators say a car came racing down the road, hit them and then sped off. >> the fight ended. people dispersed. i'm assuming somebody called somebody, told them what happened, that person got angry and came there instead of doing the right thing decided to drive down the street like a maniac and run a bunch of people over. >> the car is a cream colored
bmw. all three victims are expected to survive. we have details about the foiled terror attack near the louvre museum in paris. french police conducted several raids looking for accomplices. an egyptian man waved ma sheet and attacked four soldiers. he shouted in arabic god is good. soldiers shot him several times but he survived. coming up in our next half hour we'll hear from tourists who witnessed the chaotic moments. those temperatures outside is the big story. a cold one. if you can do things indoors instead of outdoors that's the plan. here's a look at the lehigh valley area. right at 20. do have some lower values. fleetwood 17. leonardville at 18 degrees. that's about the same through much of the lehigh valley. and allentown at 19 degrees. these are your actual
temperatures but remember on top of that just a little breezy out there enough so that it feels colder, some of us around the single digits. now looking at philadelphia neighborhoods. slightly warmer but still talking low 20s. 21 degrees in west andover. 23 at the airport official reading for philadelphia. overall this is showing us it's that cold start that we were expecting. it's going to be a cold rest of the day as well. radar and satellite for us, got clear conditions, though. no clouds to track. no rain. no snow. we should stay dry through today. you can see not a lot going on here. further south there's high pressure centered. what does that mean? means there's a bubble that blocks any stormy activity and really doesn't let the temperature adjust too much either. we'll stay pretty constant cool throughout the rest of today. only up to the mid-30s for highs. center city at 35 degrees and somerton the same. 35 this afternoon at doylestown but only up to freezing, 32
degrees in lansdale. lehigh valley upper 20s to low mid-30s. easton up to 35. new jersey, trenton you're at 36. ocean city at 35 degrees and little warmer up to 38 degrees for cape may. rehoboth beach at 36 degrees and delaware, wilmington at 37. so really looking at temperatures that are quite colder today. on top of that with that lighter wind, still going to make it feel cooler, most of us feeling more like the 20s through the afternoon. hour by hour forecast when it comes to your ski conditions. clear through today. morning hours, afternoon hours, there's nothing going on. we start to have clouds building in tonight. they build through your sunday morning. by sunday morning we do see some clouds in place. partly to mostly cloudy conditions for your sunday. storm activity again not looking likely. just a few flurries near the
poconos or lehigh valley. everyone else staying completely dry as we go throughout your sunday. way earlier model a week ago they were trying to give us a storm but that has fallen apart. sunday is looking mostly dry. we'll talk more about that extended forecast in the next half hour. 5:20 right now on this saturday. 23 degrees outside. sick leave for employees in pennsylvania could be a thing of the past. why a group of senators are pushing for it to end.
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telemundo 62 is hosting the 25th african-american book fair at the community college of philadelphia. the event runs from 1:00 to 4:00. nbc 10 will have two of our anchor there's. this is the largest of its kind in the country. one of the highlights of black history month. today eagles fans will have their fingers crossed as brian dawkins find out if he made the hall of fame. terrell owens is another. he's the only defensive player in nfl history with more than 25 interceptions, four fumbles and sacks. hall of fame selection committee will announce the inductees at the super bowl in houston. penn charter put on a pep rally for the moment it's most
famous alumnus matt ryan who leads atlanta against new england at the super bowl tomorrow. the students in east falls gave ryan's head coach tickets to the big game. they won a title together in 2002. matt ryan hails from chester county but he isn't the only falcons player from our area. take a look at this drone video. students at the st. mary magdalene school in wilmington formed the number 55 to honor paul wurlo. he went on to play football at the university of delaware. police in delaware county will be on dui patrol now that it's super bowl weekend. if you're driving you'll notice roving officers and sobriety checkpoints. police tell us they are out to stop impaired drivers before they cause any harm or damage. the super bowl is not your thing this weekend, tune into the kitten bowl. this weekend pennsylvania spca is marking the special show by
giving $25 off cat and kitten adoptions. hallmark channel kitten bowl features cats playing on a football field of their own. it airs tomorrow afternoon. 5:26 on this saturday. coming up, immigration order halted. matt delucia is live at philly international to break down the order. matt. >> reporter: right. we'll tell you what this order means and how it could affect thousands of people trying to travel to the u.s. and we're tracking bitterly cold conditions this morning. but it stays pretty cold through your entire day. we'll track out those temperatures. talk more about those winds and what they have to do with it coming up. her party perfect. almost everything. you know, 1 i n 10 houses could get hit by an expensive septic disaster. but for only $7 a month, rid-x helps break down waste. avoid a septic disaster with rid-x.
president trump's order on immigration. mike pence will touch down in philadelphia. we'll tell you what's on his agenda today. when the vice president arrives in philadelphia it will be sunny but chilly this morning. this is a live look at the philadelphia skyline where temperatures are in the 20s, but guess what? it will feel colder in the city and the suburbs today. good morning, this is nbc 10 news today. thanks for being with us. i'm rosemary connors. just before 5:30 on this saturday. starting to feel more like winter. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking it all for us in the first alert forecast, the most accurate forecast in the region. >> overall we've had a pretty mild winter and actually this period of cold conditions is not too long lasting. certainly going to notice it this saturday. here's what we're looking at right now. the air feels like temperatures based off of the actual
temperature and breeze that's picking up outside. negative five degrees. that's what it feels like right now in mount pocono. 9 in allentown. lancaster at 9. same for wilmington. we went through quite a few spots in single digits or below zero. areas like philly, atlantic city and millville, close to 10 degrees for what it feels like currently. meaning put on a lot of layers if you're getting out early this morning. current winds have something to do with it. they are not strong but strong enough to make it feel colder than it truly is. 10 miles per hour in allentown, 14 wilmington and dover air force base checking in at 15 mile-per-hour winds. this isn't windy just low and breezy that we're looking at but enough. you will notice when you step out the door the crisp cut airing that makes it feel so cold as you start your day. radar and satellite shows us we're dealing with cloudy conditions. not a lot to talk about. clear to mostly clear in the forecaor