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appeal to reinstate the president's immigration ban denied. we're live at philadelphia international to explain what it means for travel into the u.s. it's the last thing you'd expect to happen when you fire up the laptop. we'll tell you about the new warning about the popular batteries used to power everything from computers to cell phones. here is a live look over center city. a little breezy out there this morning. a warmup is on the way for the week ahead. we'll tell you when we'll break out of the 30s and get closer to 60 coming up. good morning. welcome back to "nbc 10 news today." thanks for being with us. i'm rosemary connors. it's 6:00 on this sunday. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking cold conditions right now. we know warmer weather is on the way. tell us about it. >> that's exactly right. this will be an impressive warmup. yesterday we only hit a high of 36 degrees. we're talking temperatures way, way warmer as we get into the workweek, but we start with
today. today's temperatures are already better off, at 29 in philadelphia and northeast philly right now, 24 in pottstown, one of our colder spots. some of us are above freezing. wildwood at 34 degrees. atlantic city 31. mt. pocono at 22 degrees. this is still a cold start, but not as cold as yesterday. and winds are on the light side currently. right around five to ten miles per hour. this is still enough that some of us feel a little cooler than it truly is. our windchills or those feels-like temps are not as brutal as yesterday. nine mile-per-hour winds in allentown, ten for wilmington, seven in millville. a cold start to the day but a better afternoon. radar and satellite shows us we're also clear currently. we have clouds on the way. we are going to see more of a mostly to partly cloudy forecast through the rest of the day. i do expect most of us will remain dry. you might see what looks like snow on radar here passing through harrisburg. i've been checking ground
observations. don't rule out a few isolated flurries north through the poconos. coming up, we'll talk more about the sunday conditions, track it out if you're going to a super bowl party and your big warmup with your temperatures in just a bit. >> 6:02. back to the breaking news. a federal appeals court denied the trump administration's request to immediately reinstate the ban on immigrants and refugees from seven predomina predominantly muslim countries. matt delucia is live at philadelphia international airport to tell us more about this decision. >> reporter: the trump administration says the federal judge who issued the administration order overstepped his boundaries by questioning the president on matters of national security. but the ninth circuit court of appeals did not go for that argument. there's expected to be more back and forth as far as arguments. the justice department has until early tomorrow morning to respond. the president alone has the
power to decide who can stay in the u.s. airports and airlines yesterday began complying with the court order on friday night that lifted the ban. president trump vowed that the court ruling will eventually be overturned. up until then the travel ban that had been in place for a week, there were celebrations as some people who had been detained made it into the u.s. yesterday. >> it's really frustrating because i was about to check in, i was in line when he signed the order. >> reporter: philadelphia international airport where we are now says they're back to operating procedures which properly vetted foreign travelers and refugees are admitted into the united states. a syrian familiar denied entry at philly international last week, their lawyer confirms they had made arrangements to come back to the u.s. also new this morning, reports coming out of iran that the country has lifted a ban on u.s.
wreftallers allowing them to take part in the world cup. they had been band following president trump's order to ban travel from that country. live at philly international, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. a woman is in the hospital after a treat pole fell on top of her. it happened yesterday in center city. it happened when a man crashed his car into the wall of a store. the driver was not hurt. the woman is in stable condition. we're looking to find out what led up to this crash. nbc 10 obtained a 911 call in an unsolve homicide case of a 2-year-old from camden county. the call reveals the frantic moments leading up to the toddler's death. nbc 10's drew smith reports. >> 911. what is your emergency? >> reporter: this is how an eight-minute phone call begins from this block in pennsauken in november. camden county released it in response to an open records
request. >> he's dying, please, please. >> an energy translator joins the line two minutes in. the caller is a nanny and a 2-year-old who is not her son is throwing up blood. >> he's awake with his eyes half open but getting pale. >> reporter: the camden county prosecutor's office is handling the case. today a spokeswoman told us putting out information early would have been detrimental to the investigation. >> his heart is stopping, please! >> reporter: we spoke to a family who lives where it happens with the help of a neighbor to translate. they didn't want to co-on camera, but confirmed they have spoken to detectives many times but are not accused of doing anything wrong. drew smith, nbc 10 news. >> still ahead, from cars to cell phones and laptops, lithium ion batteries are everywhere. this morning there's a new warning about the potential danger behind them.
today in gloucester county, super sunday means it's time for the hoagies for hope fund-raiser. students at clear view regional high school will be building sandwiches later this morning. they will sell them between 10:00 and 2:00. proceeds will benefit community members in need. today in cherry hill heart health will be the focus of the 13th annual spinathon at the jcc. dozens of sponsored spinners are expected to participate. money raised will go to the american heart association as part of the center's healthy heart month. let's talk temperatures this morning. still a cold start but not quite as cold as yesterday morning. you might notice that, but
either way you have to layer up. 29 in philadelphia and parts of the pennsylvania suburbs. live looks outside show it's still dark out there. sunrise will hit a little after 7:00 a.m. 26 in new jersey, 29 in the lehigh valley, delaware right at 30 degrees. what we or tracking are temperatures all below freezing but a little closer to freezing than we saw yesterday morning. on top of that, with winds are pretty light. right around five to ten miles per hour. what we're going to see is we go through the afternoon, winds pick up. gusts to about 25 miles per hour, drurs in the 30s instead of the 40s. it's warmer than yesterday. 46 the high in philly. 43 in the suburbs. 44 in new jersey and 47 in delaware. along the jersey shore, we'll see temperatures to boost to the mid to upper 40s. breezy conditions making it feel cooler than it truly is. nonetheless, the temperature is going to be a nicer day than we saw yesterday. 36 yesterday, today at 46.
then we go to your monday, and we're still in the upper 40s. very nice for this time of year considering the average is 42. take a look at this. tuesday, 55. by wednesday we get up to 61 degrees, way warmer, almost 20 degrees warmer than average. it comes with a tradeoff. rain in the forecast for tuesday and wednesday. then a sharp drop in those temperatures by thursday. we'll take a closer look at the rest of that temperature trend and your extended ten-day on ten. >> we'll see you shortly. thanks, crystal. battery danger caught on camera. we've been telling you about fires caused by lithium ion batteries. two california teenagers got the surprise of their life when it was all captured on their home surveillance video. steve patterson shows us. >> a close call on the couch as a family laptop bursts into
flames and then does it again and again. >> it's really scary when it exploded. it was really loud. >> 17-year-old devon johnson was home with a friend as surveillance cameras rolled. the dow laptop had been charging on the couch just feet away. after blowing out the flames, unplugging it and placing it on the patio, it burst into flames again. after he extinguished it for good, he moves closer and boom. >> no warnings. it didn't heat up. it didn't smoke. it literally just exploded. >> the sudden combustion seems to be caused by the ligt i don't remember ion battery, the same in hoverboards and cell phones that prompted a nationwide recall. >> that's a big fire. it could have been worse. >> reporter: ucla scientist bruce dunn says cases of laptops lighting up like this are extremely rare. >> the fact they had it on a couch meant it couldn't dissipate heat. it means all the protection that
should be in there wasn't working. >> reporter: to minimize risk of a fire, don't soft it on a soft surface like a couch. unplug the laptop before it's fully charges and don't leave it charging overnight or if you're not home. >> reporter: the johnsons returned the laptop to del. the computer company says safety is their highest priority and will investigate. tonight the johnsons are just happy no one got hurt. >> we're so thankful. >> reporter: steve patterson, nbc news, los angeles. let's head to southern virginia where investigators are looking into the cause of this train derailment. more than 40 cars carrying coal went right off the tracks yesterday morning. fortunately nobody was hurt. the crash did damage two buildings and a vehicle. crews are working to remove the cars and clean up the tracks. a florida mother is free on bail after being arrested and charged with child neglect. authorities say she left her
11-year-old to care for younger siblings at home. the kid's grandmother took charge of them after the oldest child called her three days into the mother's trip. still ahead on "nbc 10 news today," a member of president trump's administration gets the "saturday night live" treatment. >> does anybody else have any questions? >> "wall street journal,". are you okay? >> we'll show you the surprise guest appearance that lampooned white house press secretary sean spicer.
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♪ their lives are beautiful, let's keep it that way. if you suspect child abuse, report it. for more information on reporting child abuse or neglect go to keepkidssafe.pa.gov paid for with pennsylvania taxpayer dollars. it's not a travel ban. i think the words used to describe it are derived from what the media is calling this. >> that's white house press secretary sean spicer at a briefing last week. last night "saturday night live" delivered its own take on spicer explaining the president's immigration order. >> the travel ban is not a ban
which makes it not a ban. >> you just called it a ban. >> because i'm using your words. >> the president tweeted and i quote, if the ban were announced with a one-week notice. >> using your words, when you use the words and he uses them back, it's circular using of the word. >> in case you couldn't tell, actress melissa mccarthy played sean spicer. >> all right. in south philadelphia it was a night of fashion and philanthropy. erin coleman and francesca rka ruche yeah hosted the event. the money raised raises money at the children's hospital child life program. we want to thank everyone who make yesterday's african-american children's book fair in philadelphia a rousing success. nbc 10 and telemundo 62 were proud sponsors.
nbc 10's andrea klein thomas has this story. >> the drummers set the mood and a free book was given to hundreds of children as soon as they walked in the doors. for 25 years, the african-american children's book festival has celebrated african-american authors, illustrators and characters. >> i wanted to write books that mie kids might want to read and might gain knowledge from and also looks that had been around. >> i see little boys who are standing there trying to find a book of an image that reflects themselves. i see little girls walking along and saying, hey, that's a book that's going to empower me. >> reporter: that love of reading is exactly what nbc 10 wanted to share by sponsoring a reading circle for another year. i was joined by vai sikahema, andy cruz, jacqueline london and other staff.
the peacock came, too. an experience that inspired a familiar face. >> all about a little girl named summer winters and she loves the weather. >> former nbc 10 meteorologist brittney shipp was there and returned this time as an author of her first book, "the meteorologist in me." >> what i want each young person to know, if you have a dream in your heart, study hard, practice, put your mind to it, you will probably accomplish that dream. >> reporter: andrea cline-thomas, nbc 10 news. today on the camden waterfront, an opportunity to tour the battleship new jersey and help those less fortunate. guests are encouraged to bring cans of soup to donate to the food bank of south jersey and will get a 20% discount on a fire power tour. the event runs today until 3:00 this afternoon. starting with the temperatures out there this
morning, another cold start, but not as cold as it was yesterday. i keep emphasizing that because yesterday it was bitterly cold out there. we had feels-like temperatures in the single digits. a lot of us around 10 degrees for the feels-like. not the case today. 33 at the cape may courthouse. feels a few degrees lower, but not as rough. 28 in upper township. 24 the current temperature in egg harbor township. we are warmer. take a look at atlantic city, 36 is the reading. some spots are doing a little better than others along our shore points. chilly start will be better as we get into the afternoon when we make it into the 40s. let's talk about the pennsylvania suburbs. still cold, but not as cold as yesterday. 27 west bradford township. ft. washington and elroy as well, 27 for the current temperature. here is aing loo at radar and satellite. we've been checking this out. what we see is we were clear overnight. we have clouds coming in from
the west. radar showing a little white here making it look like there's snow. it's not actually making it to the ground. that's just colder air with a tad bit of moisture. really the snow, that's going to be too far to the north. we have rain but a little too far to the south. instead we'll be dry today, increasing clouds as the system starts to press along. also, not going to rule out isolated light snow flurries through this afternoon for the poconos. that would be light in nature. not talking anything major or accumulationwise, just going to be passing through. otherwise dries with clouds today. if you're going to a super bowl sunday party as we go into this evening, here is what you can expect. 5:00, 43 degrees, dropping to the upper 30s by 10:00 p.m. if the kids want to play outside, they can. low 40s through 7:00 p.m. these aren't terrible temperatures as long as we have the jackets available. in the suburbs, 45 degrees, but 37 by 10:00 at night.
we clear out overnight as well after seeing some of the clouds today. 37 degrees, 7:00 p.m. in the lehigh valley. 43 at 3:00, 42 in new jersey at 5:00 and 4 p at the shore. these temperatures are mild, but they are also going to be better than yesterday. as you step out, you might think, wow, this feels a lot better. we are talking ten degrees warmer for high temperatures today compared to yesterday. really that's nothing compared to next several days. we go from 46 to 47, 5 to 61 for the highs in philly. that's the same areas like dover in the low 60s as well. in the mid 50s by wednesday in allentown and upper 50s for areas like wildwood. notice the icons, rain tuesday, showers on wednesday. more scattered but we do see two days of rainier activity. if you go to the ten-day on 10, a big change. breezy today, then windy on your wednesday by late day.
with the sharp winds comes much colder air, only a high of 36 thursday, and it's looking like thursday morning we could see a rain-snow mix for parts of delaware, new jersey and near philly as well. 6:22 right now. coming up on "nbc 10 news today," a sign of the times as the debate of the travel ban continues across the world. we'll take you to a small town in pennsylvania that's seen its population and attitude change after cracking down on undocumented immigrants a decade ago. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. so we created internet that doesn't make you wait. introducing fios instant internet. it means you can download a video just like that. or upload your photos like this. or this. or that. it's the only 750 meg internet available to millions, with uploads as instant as downloads. we took internet speed and completely reinvented it, introducing fios instant internet.
on undocumented immigrants a decade ago. >> hazleton, pennsylvania, population 25,000. when good paying jobs gave way to warehousing, the economic change brought another massive shift and exploding latino population, from 5% in 2000 to 37% ten years later, more than 8,000 new hispanic residents. no one knew how many were undocumented. local leaders citing concerns about crime and costs of school and health care reacted. >> it was all about the safety of the people. you can't protect your people if you don't know who else is here. i think that was the whole idea behind the illegal immigration act. >> reporter: the controversial laws imposed fines on landlords or businesses caught hiring or renting property to undocumented immigrants. >> a big fight in a small town, the subject is immigration. >> reporter: but didn't stem the tide. the measures were eventually
declared unconstitutional. restaurant owner debra vito who supported the efforts say her own views over immigration have softened. >> the tensions were high years ago with the influkes that we had here. a lot of the bad decided to go other places, and the ones that are here seem like they want to help build the community. >> reporter: signs of the times are literally everywhere in this town. the owners of the new pizza restaurant are immigrants and made it clear they're selling more than just italian food and pizza, but mexican food as well. jesse was born in nicaragua. trz's border wall is not popular. >> i think it's very disappointing. a lot of family, immigrants, not just hispanic, from a lot of different countries come and want something better for them. >> political views amid an assimilation of cultures and
cuisines, ron mott, nbc news, hazleton, pennsylvania. we continue to follow the breaking news this morning. a federal court has denied an appeal by the justice department to immediately reinstate the immigration order. nbc 10's matt delucia is tracking the developments for us. >> reporter: philly international is back to welcoming refugees and visa holders. i'll tell you what's next for both sides of the case. >> we've still got cold air lingering this morning. more wild air is on the way. tracking the temperatures climbing up to near 60 in some areas. we'll look at when that happens and when we'll see snow return to areas like camelback mountain.
boy in south jersey remains unsolved. now we're hearing the 911 calls that were made just before he died. this morning we are waking up to slightly warmer temperatures than yesterday. here is a live look at camelback mountain resort. up in the poconos, you can see the slopes are ready for the skiers and snow borders. they won't have to wear as many layers today. by the middle of the week temperatures could hit 60. >> nbc 10 news starts now. good morning. this is "nbc 10 news today," thanks for being with us. i'm rosemary connors. it's 6:30 on this sunday. plenty to get to. we'll get to that breaking news in just a minute. first let's start with our first alert neighborhood forecast. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking temperatures that are hovering just about freezing right now. >> that's exactly right. this morning you still want the big jacket. it's not quite as cold as it was yesterday. both in actual temperatures and feels-like conditions. remember, yesterday we had single digit temperatures, mt.
pocono felt like it was below zero. today at 22 degrees right now and 29 the current temperature in philadelphia. right at freezing vineland, 30 for women ming ton, coatesville at 27. then we look at what it feels like. while it's still cold, we know from yesterday it could be worse. yesterday we felt like we were right around ten degrees over most of this map. that's a ten-degree increase. 22 in philadelphia, 21 mt. holly, 23 atlantic city. 19, what it feels like in dover. 12 mt. pocono. remember yesterday we dropped down to 9 below in mt. pocono. 12 is sounding pretty good right now. you have to layer up this morning and even into this afternoon. although this afternoon will be about ten degrees warmer as well. radar and satellite, we have clouds hanging to the west. those will shift in. a mostly cloudy first half of the day. partly cloudy second half of the day. warmer temperatures overall. through the next few hours, you can tell the difference. we hit a high in the afternoon
of 36 yesterday. today by late morning, we'll already be above that. we're also going to see the clouds hanging over and winds starting to increase because today will be a breezy one. still deal with the feels-like temperature right around 30 degrees at 11:00 a.m. we'll continue to track this throughout the rest of your sunday and more details on the big warmup that comes with some rain in just a bit. >> the breaking news overnight, a federal appeals court denied the trump administration's request to immediately reinstate the ban on immigrants and refugees from the seven predominantly muslim countries. meantime the overseas rush to board flights to the u.s. began after a federal judge temporarily blocked the travel ban that happened late on friday. mr. trump is responding to all this. posted a series of tweets yesterday. one of them reads the judge opens up our country to potential terrorists and others that do not have our best interest at heart. bad people are very happy. nbc 10's matt delucia is live at
philadelphia international airport to give us the details on this. matt? >> reporter: rosemary, that decision this morning means people with valid visas can continue flying to the u.s. including right here at philly international. the trump administration argues ha the federal judge who issued a restraining order lifting the travel ban overreached by second-guessing the president on a matter of national security. even though that appeal was denied, there is expected to be more back-and-forth as far as arguments on the case. the justice department has until early tomorrow morning to respond. yesterday airports and airlines began complying with the court order that lifted the ban. some of the travellers who tried to get into the u.s. last week but could not, they rejoiced after landing. >> it's really frustrating because i was about to check in. i was in line when he signed the order. >> reporter: president trump vowed that the court ruling will be overturned, and we are keeping an eye on updates from the white house if there is a comment on this latest ruling.
philadelphia international airport had this to seyed. the airport welcomes the return of operating procedures in which properly vetted foreign travelers and refugees are admitted to the united states. meantime, a syrian family denied entry here at philly international last week, their lawyer confirms they have made arrangements to come back to the u.s. we will continue following this. live at the airport, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. in camden county there are still no charges in the death of a 2-year-old boy. this weekend nbc 10 obtained the 911 call in the unsolved homicide case. it give us a glimpse at the frantic moments leading up to the toddler's death. >> he's dying, please. >> county officials released the call to nbc 10 yesterday in response to an open records request. the november call came from a nanny in pennsauken. she told the operator that the toddler in her care was throwing
up blood. the boy ended up dying at some point after the eight-minute call. the prosecutor's office is handling the case. again, no arrests yet. police in lehigh valley need your help to find this man. they say he's been posing as an officer. according to investigators, the man pictured here pulled over a woman in lower saucon township claiming she had a brake light out. the woman realized he was not a police officer and drove off. police tell us the man drove a white suv with a red and blue emergency light on the dashboard. take a look at these exclusive pictures of the repair work of the delaware river turnpike connector bridge. the pennsylvania turnpike commission provided them to us. the bridge is expected to stay closed until at least april. we'll keep you posted on the exact date. a crack discovered on one of the trusses closed the span last month. coming up on "nbc 10 news today," want to make a bet? we'll tell you how much
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this morning temperatures are still cold and you may feel it's a repeat of yesterday. but actually quite a new differences than yesterday. warmer in the afternoon, anti ten degrees. while we'll see more clouds than yesterday and breezy through the afternoon. then as we move forward, a lot of changes. temperatures will continue climbing. ten degrees warmer today. jump another ten in some areas. wednesday some spots trying to make it to the 60s. plus rain returns to the forecast as we get into your workweek. let's talk today, right now. 35 degrees at 9:00 a.m. will be your temperature. 41 by 1:00 p.m. i suspect in parts of our philadelphia area, we'll make it to the mid 40s for highs this afternoon. in the suburbs, low to mid 40s. 32 the temperature at 9:00 a.m. and 41 as well by 1:00 in the afternoon. in the lehigh valley, 31
degrees. cooler through parts of the lehigh valley. delaware, up to 43 at 1 dplok the afternoon. another spot where we'll see mid to upper 40s for the high temperatures. jersey shore, 43 at 1:00 p.m. between 1:00 and 5:00, we'll see our high temperature of the day in the mid to upper 40s. new jersey, 34 at 9:00 a.m. and 40 at 1:00 p.m. breezy conditiontion, wind speeds sustaining, more constant in the afternoon. not terribly strong, we have gusts to 25 in a few spots. you will notice the winds later today as well. you might want to grab the hair tie later. coming up, windier forecasts as we get into your workweek. that's when we'll see a drop in the temperatures. >> thanks, krystal. demonstrations continue in our area during president trump's first 100 days in office. officials in philadelphia say
2,000 people took part in the march for humanity yesterday, protesting trump's travel and immigration ban. aside from the traffic troubles, philadelphia police tell us the march was peaceful. the chief inspector of philadelphia's moment land security department tweeted a vp visit, two large demonstrations and marches, zero arrests and zero negative incidents. very proud of my officers. philadelphia wasn't the only site for the protest related to the president's travel ban. there were demonstrations worldwide including mar-a-lago, london, berlin and paris. vice president mike pence was in philadelphia yesterday. he stopped by to talk courts and the constitution. the vice president spoke to members of the federalist society, a group that advocates for the separation of powers, that they're central to the constitution. the vice president took the opportunity to praise president trump's pick for the supreme court, judge neil gorsuch.
>> it should be abundantly clear that neil gorsuch is a worthy successor to antonin scalia. >> before his speech, vice president pence toured independence hall and saw the liberty bell. he's expected to be in houston for the super bowl later today. vice president pence is a guest on "meet the press" this morning. nbc moderator chuck todd will have exclusive interviews with laos speaker paul ryan and minority leader nancy pelosi. it comes your way on "meet the press" right here at 10:30. this morning philadelphia police are searching for the person who robbed a girl scout. police tell us it happened just before 5:00 yesterday afternoon near rittenhouse square. the girl was selling cookies in the area when a man wearing a gray sweatshirt robbed her of about 50 bucks. 6:42 right now on this sunday. still ahead, a rescue mission turns into an arrest in the
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soldier. yesterday's dedication of the a.j. dickson vets and friends center in berlin camden county. dickson was born in the area and died while serving iraq in 2005. his mother you can see was on hand for if ceremony. the center is available for active and inactive military members and their families. we have new details about plans to build the 29-story tower along philadelphia's jewelers row. toll brothers released new renderings for the building. the developer also released proposed floor plans for the more than 100 condos. toll brothers will present the plans before the civic design review committee on tuesday. the project isn't without controversy. businesses and neighbors who favor preserving the street's history, protested against the new tower and the demolition of current buildings along jeweler's row. >> we can't get through our sunday morning news without talking about the super bowl,
right? when the falcons meet the patriots in super bowl li tonight in houston, the league mvp from chester county will be on the field. talking about atlanta quarterback matt ryan. he won the nfl's top award last night. ryan, by the way, is from exton, starred at saint phillips and james school and then paen charter in east falls. he beat out tom brady for the award. to the fans, the super bowl is the ultimate contest, but it's not a game to a certain group of people in houston this weekend. the nfl has hired more than 4,000 private security and crowd management officers to help police and federal agents keep everything safe. >> everything from more canine teams, more viper units. we're providing air support for the event, cyber security support for the event, all the capabilities that the federal government has. >> police are also on the lookout for counterfeit tickets and fake super bowl merchandise. we're told former president
george h.w. bush is ready for tonight's coin toss at the skboel. you're looking at the first photo of 41 since he was released from the hospital last week after a bout with pneumonia. he's recovering. his nephew, by the way, is also in the photo. from office pools to sports books, the super bowl is the biggest bet in america for gamblers. americans will bet nearly $5 billion bucks on the big game, 11% jump from last year. they also say just about all that money, 97% of it will be wagered illegally. just for the record, new england is a three-point favorite over the atlanta. 6:48 on this sunday, looking at clear skies behind us. that's looking good for now. we're still a little cold this morning. meteorologist krystal klei says get ready for a warmup. >> today will be a little warmer than yesterday. similar tomorrow. we keep warming up into your workweek. we can't complain too much. temperatures even this morning are a little better off than yesterday morning.
don't be fooled. it is still cool outside. 27 in redding. fleetwood at 27. a few spots in the low 30s. through berks county, lehigh valley, allentown at 26. easton at 28 this morning. we've got a lot of upper 20s across much of the region. our philadelphia neighborhoods about the same. at the airport, 29 degrees. park side at 29 degrees. 31 society hill and right at 30 degrees for graduate hospital, bucks chase also looking at 29 for that temperature to step out the door this morning. here is the deal, though. the feels-like temperatures aren't quite as low as they were yesterday. instead of feeling like ten, they're feeling more like upper teens and 20s and even a few spots feeling true to temperature which is always a good sign. radar and satellite, the live camera view outside philadelphia is still clear currently. we have clouds starting to build in from the west. actually these clouds, if you
spread them out, we've got snow well to the north of them. rain and snow well to the south of us. isn't going to connect. we will start to see the clouds spread across the region. through this morning we'll become mostly cloudy and even in the afternoon, partly cloudy conditions. some sun in the afternoon but clouds as well. yesterday we ladd a high of 36, center city today 46 degrees. in the suburbs, also around the low to mid 40s. 44 degrees in doylestown. westchester at 45. lehigh valley will stay in the lower 40s, at 41 for a high in allentown. 46 in cape may, ocean city, atlantic city and upper 40s across the board for delaware this afternoon. there's the clouds spreading across as i mentioned. could see isolated light flurries, talking very light activity here passing by the poconos. continuing into the early afternoon, it moves out and we clear out as well.
we'll see clear conditions overnight into monday. monday we're going to see sunshine. you don't need see changes overnight and into tuesday morning. then we start to see the next round of rain move through, that's when the much warmer air moves through. talking temperatures in the upper 50s by tuesday, wednesday even warmer. a closer look at your extended ten-day on ten is coming up in the next half hour. good morning to you. happy sonny. i'm danny pommells from csn. brian dawkins is one of many nfl grates to travel to houston to see if they made the 2017 class of the pro football hall of fame. he was the only first ballot finalist not to have his name called. ladainian tomlinson and jason taylor did make it in. dawkins tweeted out after the news broke, does not change the facts, i'm blessed by the best.
thanks for all the love. classy as always from b.dawk. the 6ers didn't have embiid, but didn't expect to have okafor due to soreness. embiid not traveling to the final road trip on new england. heat already in control in the second, but the 6ers trying to push back. phd's noel with the alley oop. brett brown's men had no answer in the first half or at all for hassan whiteside. turn around over noel here. with the heat up 11, whiteside back for work. 23-13 in the first half. 6ers fall to the heat, taking it on the cheek, 125-102. on the college scene, jay wright and the cavs had philly all to themselves. great start for nova against st.
john's, up 8-0 in the first half. brunson gets the 18-point half-time lead for nova. nova goes inside, then back out to donte divincenzo. cash money. the freshman can play a little bit. had 20 over the bench. nova over the johnnys, 92-71. the flyers win over montreal thursday was a breath of fresh air for a team that fell flat out of the all-star break, orange and black looking to build on that momentum yesterday as they welcomed the kings to south philly. a visit from l.a. means a return from 77, former flier jeff carter leading his team onto the ice. pick it up in the second half, king to the cross bar, one end flyers push the other way, open ice, he can only hit the post. flyers that close to cashing in. later in the period michael neuvirth, a save of the year candidate. wow, robs brown with the glove. didn't look like he'd get there. brown with almost the whole net to shoot out.
neuvirth gets the glove down. standing oh viegs for his effort and he wasn't done. still scoreless. under five to play in the third. kings on the rush, first shot is blocked, but watch neuvirth get the leather where it needed to be once again. a great performance for him. overtime, 2:30 left in the extra session, all three flyers, there's that guy, jeff carter all alone, scores the game winner. think he's excited? a little bit. kings finally foil neuvirth and beat the flyers 1-0 in over time. that's your look at sports. i'm danny pommells, csn.
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news this morning. a federal appeals court has rejected the justice department's request to reinstate the president's travel ban. also this morning, philadelphia police are searching for the man they say robbed a girl scout selling cookies yesterday in rittenhouse square. a chilly and breezy start to our sunday. but a brief warmup is on the way for the week ahead. first alert meteorologist krystal klei is tracking the temperatures. a little good news on the weather front. good morning. this is "nbc 10 news today." thanks for being with us. i'm rosemary connors. it's 7:00 on this sunday. we get to that breaking news in a moment. first our weekend weather. meteorologist krystal klei has the most accurate forecast in the region. >> temperatures not as cold as yesterday. that's already good news as we kick off our sunday. 30 the temperature in allentown, lancaster 31, mt. pocono 32. yesterday at this time the