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the eagles take on the giants. the players and fans will be sweating it out in some summerlike heat. we're live with the tailgaters already at the linc this morning. twitter tirade -- president trump faces growing backlash from athletes and owners after he continued his war of words against professional players who don't stand during the national anthem. now eagles' owner jeffrey lurie is speaking out. phoning home in the midst of the destruction in puerto rico. helping a man reach his daughter in philadelphia.
good morning. this is nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary connors. thanks for being with us, for getting up. plenty to get to. our first alert forecast. krystal klei is tracking that warm weather. rosemary, i did not expect to be saying this but it is summertime in fall. we are looking at temperatures right now, 711 degrees in philadelph philadelphia. we're at 69 at the atlantic city marina. wilmington you're at 67. allentown at 62. if you have that perfect outfit, break out the tank tops and shorts. those temperatures are going to rise into the upper 80s and low 90s in some areas. 90s. radar and satellite view. part of the reason why that pressure building, a bubble that doesn't let any rain move in.
we're not looking at any showers moving through. we're just tracking temperatures. from 9:00 a.m., 75 degrees to 11:00 a.m. 90s around 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. still ten degrees above average this time of year. a very warm trend we're under. we're going to track the trend as we go through the next few days. also a cooling down that we'll experience over the next week. the eagles home opener will be pretty steamy. the birds will take to lincoln financial field against the giants right in the heat of the day, but it's cool at the moment, and maybe that's why the tailgaters are out there early.
katy zachry is live at the linc for us this morning. >> reporter: rosemary, when i saw you minutes ago there was a long line of cars behind me waiting for the tailgating lot to open. just seconds ago those gates opened and there are virtually no cars behind me. these fans went to bed excited, thrilled for today's home opener. so did carson wentz. take a look at what he tweeted late last night to all the fans. 1:00 p.m. tomorrow the linc is going to be rocking. can't wait to finally play at home. not ideal at all playing weather and not ideal for the tens of thousands of fans who are coming out in today's home opener. the 0 and 2 giants are hungry for a win and will be rafennous on the field. >> you're going to show up no matter what, rain or snow.
>> it doesn't feel like christmas. >> it does feel like christmas morning. >> reporter: coming up in the next half hour you will hear from eagles players about how they are mentally preparing to go into today's home opener and what they say about what's going to happen on the field. and we're probably going to talk to a few more tailgaters between now and then because there are a lot of them out here. back to you. >> you may be able to get some breakfast out of it. nbc 10 is your official eagles station. join us later on this morning for exclusive coverage of the eagles home opener against the giants. it all starts at 9:30 this morning with "eagles gameday kickoff." the owner of the eagles is joining a growing number of nfl teams lashing back at president trump for his stance against players kneeling during the national anthem. the president took to twitter yesterday targeting players from the nfl to the nba.
his tweets were met with some quick responses from athletes, commissioners, and owners. eagles chairman and ceo jeffrey lurie released a statement saying in part he supports the players as they take their courage and character into communities to make them better or to call attention to injustice. on friday he called on nfl owners to fire players who don't stand during the anthem. reaction across the nfl was widespread with many team owners and players either issuing statements or posting their protests when he kneeled during the anthem before a preseason game last year. not just the nfl, president trump went after nba superstar steph curry and his golden state warriors. trump said he's not inviting the team to the white house after they considered not going to celebrate their nba title. curry spoke out about the tweet and criticized the president. >> to think of a leader of a
country to go that route. it's not what leaders do. >> fellow superstar lebron james also weighed in on this. he tweeted calling him a bum and steph curry already said he ain't going so, therefore, no insight. investigators will be looking for the cause of this industrial fire in south philadelphia. nbc 10 was on the scene where the flames broke out around 1:30 this morning. the fire sent plumes of smoke over i-95. it took crews about an hour and a half to get the flames under control. fortunately nobody was injured. just four days after an earthquake killed nearly 300 people mexico is now dealing with an aftershock. yesterday's aftershock measured a magnitude 6.2. people felt the shaking hundreds of miles away in mexico city. that's where the search continues for survivors from the 7.1 earthquake earlier this
week. rescue crews had to stop their work for a short time yesterday during the aftershocks. here is a map that shows three earthquake related incidents in mexico during the month of september. one that happened four days ago killed at least 295 people. another quake back on september 7th left at least 90 people dead. and then again that aftershock just yesterday. all right. now to the hurricane disaster plaguing puerto rico. communications are still out as 3 million people all across the island territories struggled for survival. there's no power, food and water shortages are threatening lives. in san juan there's a glimmer of hope for one man who has been trying to reach his daughter in philadelphia. nbc crews met the man while he was waiting in a long line to get gas yesterday. a crew member gave him the use of a satellite phone so he could ease his daughter's fears. >> your mom and i are okay.
i haven't heard from some we're waiting to hear from. >> the damage from maria isn't over yet. the army corps of engineers is looking at whether this dam will hold up as people living nearby evacuate. homes that were not swept away by the storm could be lost if the dam breaks due to floodwaters. up next, showing they care. a community in our area comes together to raise money for hurricane victims far away. plus, the president's controversial travel ban is about to expire. what it means for the trump administration as they try to keep the restrictions in place. fran grenier.
at the salem power plant. as a husband and father, grenier knows how families struggle to make ends meet. that's why he'll fight to cut our taxes, and stand up to career politicians like steve sweeney. if we want to change trenton, there's only one way. fran grenier. welcome back. so starting with a look at our day planners across our different neighborhoods. the pennsylvania suburbs. right now we're at 70 degrees. the time is 6:10. look at the trend here. this is not a computer error when we're giving you these numbers. 77 at 10:00 a.m. and then we're forecasting that
temperature to keep on rising. 87 degrees by 2:00 through 4:00 p.m. upper 80s for your highs today in the suburbs and we're looking at pretty much sunny conditions across the board which means you need to wear a lot of sunscreen if you're going to be out today. this time of year things are starting to quiet down. not quite so. look at the shore. up to 79 by noon. and staying in the upper 70s with some spots making it to the low 80s for high temperatures. and today those winds mostly coming in from the northeast. a little bit more of an onshore breeze for us today. in the lehigh valley, 89, that temperature at 4:00 p.m. we're talking, again, upper 80s, maybe a spot in the low 90s in the lehigh valley and berks county, sunny conditions. many of us will have clear skies today especially if you are attending the puerto rican festival parade noon to 2:00. sunny conditions and the same deal. the temperature rising quickly from 85 at noon to 89 at 2:00. coming up we'll talk more about your sunday and a look at the workweek ahead.
in montgomery county, live music, good food and a good cause brought people together for a hurricane relief fund-raiser at uptown piazza. the mayor tells us the benefit will help harvey and irma victims and serve as an example for kids. >> very much a family community and we know we're being watched by our kids all the time. we try to behave and be active in the community in a way that will be a good example for the next generation. >> five bands performed. proceeds will go to my brother's brother foundation. just ahead in business news, why the new lego movie is helping to drive a turnaround at the box office. asy as saving $60 when you switch to progressive. winds stirring.
this morning philadelphia police are locking for the person who shot a woman in east germantown. it happened just before midnight right here on stokes street. the woman is in the hospital in stable condition. two men are under arrest after shots were fired at officers in north philadelphia last night. the gunfire broke out at 13th and york streets. police arrested the two a few blocks away. one officer did fire his weapon during the incident. no one was hurt. to montgomery county. police warn the community the suspect in this case is considered armed and dangerous. here is a look at the speck, greg feldman. police say he shot his ex-girlfriend's mother when she answered her front door on friday. according to investigators amy herman was alert enough to tell officers what happened when they arrived. after feldman left the house,
police say he called his ex-girlfriend telling her that he wanted her to feel the pain he was feeling. a driver is under arrest in a deadly hit-and-run in north philadelphia. police tell us a man hit while walking at broad and glenwood yesterday morning died in the hospital. we ebxpect to get more details after he's formally charged. the trump administration's controversial travel ban expires today with the president considering new restrictions on travelers from additional countries. the current ban accomplice to travelers from six muslim majority countries. it's been in effect the last three months. next month the u.s. supreme court is expected to hear arguments on the constituti constitutionality of the ban. a conservative speaker says he is going to be uc berkeley despite his event being canceled. milo yiannapolis was asked to take part in the free speech event. it was canceled, though he says
he's still coming. >> they're 20-year-old kids. they buckled to the pressure. i'm disappointed but i understand it. we, however, are not going to be deterred. we're not going to not show up for any reason not because the administration doesn't want us there, because the students pull out. >> the student organizers say they were forced to cancel after the school failed to protect students with proper security, a claim uc berkeley denies. 6:17 right now on this sunday. football on your phone and a september to remember at the box office. that's what wall street will be watching this week. a preview of business news in the week ahead from cnbc. >> reporter: u.s. movie theaters are on track to have their best september ever. the lego ninjago could even push the box office about $700 million. it's a big turnaround from the summer which was the weakest for box office revenues in more than a decade. it's game time for nikki
investors. the athletic giant reports earnings on tuesday. also worth watching, software provider red hat and micron up more than 50% this year. how have the hurricanes affected the housing markets and the state of the consumer? watch for hints in the latest numbers on consumer sentiment as well as new and pending home sales. and finally live football games on your phone. amazon prime will live feed its first nfl game this thursday. the face-off between chicago bears and green bay packers will be the first of ten games amazon will stream to prime subscribers. i'm dominic chu. get all your news on cnbc. gas prices skyrocketed during hurricanes harvey and irma are coming back down according to aaa. the national average for a gallon of regular unleaded has dropped from $2.63 to $2.58 now. analysts say prices should continue to drop as refineries
return to their normal operations. take at how the prices stand in our area. in pennsylvania, a gallon of gas will cost you $2.84. in south jersey $2.55. in delaware $2.48. all right. a live camera view looking over penn landing. you see the glow of sun light on the board. lighting up our sky, we have that clear blue overhead and that's what we're going to see throughout our forecast today, nice conditions again because we're still under that high-pressure bubble, it keeps us toasty and sunny. look at the temperatures across the maps. not a bad start to the morning. our cool spot the suburbs at 59 degrees in delaware we're at 67. and in philadelphia, 71. drop down into the philly neighborhoods here we're 3 for society hill. looking at 64 right now for park
side. on our radar and satellite view, just like yesterday i'm not watching clouds, i'm not watching rain. i'm watching those temperatures as they soar upward today, way above average. the average for today is 75. forecasting a high of 91 degrees. we are 16 degrees warmer than average. totally feeling like summer instead of fall. philadelphia at 91. 88 for the suburbs and lehigh valley. sneak in a couple more 90s for south jersey and delaware. the shore cooler but that also comes with a high rip curranren risk. the home opener, 88 at 1:00 for kickoff. 90 at 3:00 p.m. it will be sunny and hot and just a smidge humid as well. you're going to feel that heat. staying hydrated key to enjoying the game. there is that high rip current risk that means there's a higher likelihood rip currents developing which can be very
dangerous, even life threatening if you're not in the proper condition to stay safe. the best idea is really to not get in the water even if it looks inviting at the shore today. switching gears now hurricane maria. so ma yeah is still a category 2 hurricane downgraded this morning but really that doesn't mean much. it's still powerful and moving along to the north. the computer model shows through wednesday starting to approach the outer banks here but you see the models are in good agreement. it doesn't make landfall. it gets fairly close to the outer banks and from wednesday through thursday and friday it starts to make a quick hook to the right so, again, we're not necessarily worried about landfall conditions but we are worried about some coastal impacts like rough seas and spotty showers at the shore. we could see increasing winds and beach erosion. the third hour of nbc's "today" show gets a new look starting tomorrow when megyn
plenty of camera clicks yesterday when first lady melania trump met with prince harry in canada. this is the first lady's first trip out of the country since her husband donald trump took office. britain's prince harry is in toronto for the invictus games, to benefit wounded veterans. mrs. trump prince harry will meet with the canadian prime minister trudeau. the third hour of nbc's "today" show gets a new look starting tomorrow.
megyn kelly slides in as host for an all new blend news and celebrity interviews. >> i am feeling great. i'm excited and can't wait to get going. >> reporter: when megyn kelly launches her new show it will be a change after more than a decade in cable news. >> it was too combative, acrimonious and too political. and i am not. >> reporter: megyn kelly gives a chance to tackle topics in daytime that weren't top of mind when she worked evenings. >> i'm trying to launch a show that brings people together and makes them feel connected instead of disconnected and unified instead of divided. >> reporter: getting to do that live in front of a studio audience provides a new connection for kelly. >> it's been electric! their energy comes into me and mine back to them and on and on
and the yens at home i know will feel it. it's kinetic. >> reporter: the audience of "ellen" got to see a different side of her personality. >> i have the sense of humor of a 9-year-old boy. >> reporter: and so did jimmy fallon. >> i brought you pie now that neighbors. >> reporter: showing kelly's more than just a hard-nosed interviewer. >> as fun as it was to beat up on politicians every night i never felt it was my calling. >> reporter: kelly hopes she's found that calling with what viewers see monday. >> i think they'll see an uplifting, empowering, fun, dynamic, compelling, at times provocative and surprising program. >> reporter: one that kelly can't wait to watch. it's 6:26 right now on this sunday. it's the eagles/giants home opener at the linc today. it's going to be hot, literally. katy zachry is live at the linc this morning where fans are already starting to gather. >> reporter: the sun isn't even
up. we're hours from today's big game yet the tailgating lot to my left already is filling up with fans. we talked with some of those fans about their predictions for the game today as well as how the heat could play a role. that's coming up. yeah, it is going to be a hot one for all those fans. take a look. there is no rain across our region or anywhere nearby either. it's a dry forecast for a few more days. we'll talk about that coming up. look at this, a live view from ocean city. doctor. doctor. i played a doctor on tv, but now i'm helping save lives for real. starting with my own. i'm partnering with cigna healthspring to remind everyone how important preventive care is for people my age. see anything, doctor? looks great, doctor. and with cigna healthspring medicare advantage, you get a team of doctors overseeing your health. most preventive services are covered. so go, know, and take control of your health. oh... use mine, doctor. cigna healthspring. together, all the way.
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right now on nbc 10 news today heating up the field. the eagles are getting read to play their home opener against the giants in temperatures that will make it feel more like july than september. we are live with the early bird tailgaters. manhunt -- police are looking for the gunman who fired a dozen shots or more on a street in center city. and aftershock, rescuers are
reeling following a strong tremor to hit the area in mexico that was rocked by a deadly earthquake just this week lots to cover on this sunday. this is nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary connors. it's 6:30 and already 71 degrees outside. first alert meteorologist krystal klei is tracking this warm-up. it really does make it feel like summer. krystal? this is live outside in wilmington, delaware. what a pretty picture it is to start this morning. we have just a clear sky overhead. now you're seeing this beautiful colors head of the sun rise. a day much warmer than average and clear throughout. this is radar and satellite. that gray overlay, rain, you know the thrill, green, yellows, oranges. we don't have any of that because we don't have any rain moving through our area. we will have more moisture moving in and that will mean
slightly more humid conditions today. i wouldn't venture to say it will be steamy but slightly more humid. the fact of the matter is it's going to feel hot for this time of year. we're already at 71 degrees in philadelphia. put this in perspective. 75 is the average high today. we're almost there right now. so it's going to be a hot one. 60 in mt. holly. 64 atlantic city. later on some of us will make it to the low 90s. in philadelphia the next few hours you wanted to get in that early run do it quick. you're running out of time. 75 degrees by 9:00 a.m. and 85 already at noon. look at that, we're talking winds that aren't terribly strong. if the wind was stronger it might relieve us a bit. not going to happen. it's just a hot day ahead. changes in the workweek to come with impacts from maria and a big cooldown. we'll get to that in a bit. >> thanks for that, krystal. it is going to be a hot one for the home opener today on the field, in the stands and, of
course, the team is playing right smack in the middle of the day at 1:00 this afternoon. katie zach is live at the linc for us this morning where the tailgating starts early. katy? >> reporter: as you said, 1:00 in the middle of the day and a lot of fans will be watching the game at home and planning activities well around that game and for the three hours following. so behind me is the linc. across the street is the tailgating lot and already inside this lot you will find buses, rvs, trucks, people inside. super fans, as i call them. are already set up, ready to celebrate before the game's big game. the 1:00 matchup between the divisionals the giants begins at 1:00. there's been a lot of preparation going into today's game. coach doug pederson says the team is eager to play. they think the giants are probably better than their 0 and 2 record so far this season, and they expect the team from new york to be hungry.
>> we know this is a must win. they're a team that's struggled. i don't think they're going to come in and give up on anybody. you can't let your guard down. i don't care what happened the first two weeks. >> reporter: johnson thinks the giants are hungry, too. here are the giants going into their center city hotel yesterday. it is going to be a hot one on the field, not ideal playing weather for anyone. coming up in our next half hour i'll share with you some conversations i had with the super fans, dozens of people who are already out here tailgating, and how they think the hot weather could actually help the birds winning today. live in south philadelphia, katy zachry, nbc 10 news. thanks, katy. nbc 10 is your official eagles station. join us later this morning for exclusive coverage of the eagles home opener against the giants. it all starts at 9:30 with "eagles gameday kickoff." the eagles owner is showing his
support for players in the fight over taking a knee. this as president trump urges owners to fire the players who don't stand during the national anthem. the president took to twitter targeting players from the nfl to the nba. his tweets were met with quick responses from athletes, commissioners, and owners. eagles chairman and ceo jeffrey lurie released a statement saying he supports the players as they take their courage and character into communities to make them better or to call attention to justice. >> i think it represents now, the times we are in now. i don't really think it equals or equates to disrespecting the flag at all. >> colin kaepernick started the protest last season by taking a knee during the anthem. malcolm jenkins raises his fist. happening now philadelphia police are looking for the man who let loose a volley of bullets in center city. police responded to reports of shots fired near 13th and
chancellor streets just before 3:00 this morning. officers tried to catch the gunman but he ran into a subway and got away. police are now talking to a man being treated at einstein medical center who says he was injured by the gunfire while sitting in his car. there is no response yet from north korea after a show of force of u.s. warplanes buzzing the north territory yesterday. according to the pentagon american bombers and fighter jets flou to the farthest point north of the border between north and south korea. this is the first time that's happened this century. the flyover followed a large anti-u.s. rally in north korea's capital city and a u.n. address by the foreign minister who said north korean missiles hitting the u.s. mainland would be inevitable. late last night president trump tweeted just heard foreign minister of north korea speak at u.n. if he echoes thoughts of rocket man, they won't be around much longer. little rocket man is his reference to north korean leader
kim jong-un. we will be following this story. we're also following what's happening out of mexico. the country is reeling from an aftershock just four days following that powerful and deadly earthquake. and there's growing concern the aftershock could hamper rescue efforts to reach survivors. nbc's miguel almaguer reports from mexico city. >> reporter: emergency sirens warned rescue teams they're on shaky ground. a powerful, shallow 6.2 aftershock in oaxaca forcing first responders to temporarily stop their desperate searches in mexico city. a jarring reminder of tuesday's tremor that killed more than 300. >> all of a sudden the floor started moving, boom, boom, boom. >> reporter: wesley and his wife elizabeth made it to the roof of their apartment during the quake. here is what it looked like before the tremor.
this is what's left now. >> it was shaking a lot more violently than i had ever, ever seen before. >> reporter: elizabeth was buried this morning. stories of heartbreak and tales of incredible survival continue to play out here. but now, four days later, being pulled from the rubble alive would be a mere. l.a. county's elite fire and rescue team is deployed to find the missile. >> with concrete and rebar it's like a spider web. nothing comes easy. >> reporter: the team now working yards from where mendoza and her family are camping. desperate for news about her cousin ivan who was on the fourth floor of this employment center when it crumbled. >> it's difficult for everybody, not only physically but mentally and emotionally. >> reporter: the desperate clinging to hope. every day precious time slips away.
the damage from that 6.2 aftershock felt some 300 miles away was minimal considering its size. miguel almaguer, abc news, mexico city. now to the hurricane aftermath in puerto rico. the destruction may not be over there as floodwaters break through a major dam weakened by hurricane maria. officials began evacuations on friday when nears spotted a crack in the reservoir dam. 15 inches of rain from the storm pushed the water level up and over. meantime for 3 million people on the island communications are virtually nonexistent. food and water shortages are threatening people's lives and power may not be restored for months. coming up next, help to rebuild. an annual celebration in philadelphia will turn into a hurricane relief fun raiser for the people of puerto rico. we'll have a preview. plus, dangerous exposure. working at a plant in delaware.
so we're starting with our weather headlines and the first one summer sunday. temperatures will warm up to the low 90s for some of us. you have to stay hydrated because it's going to be hot. today it is all about the heat. in philadelphia 72 at 8:00 a.m. goes to 85 at noon. that's already ten degrees warmer than average. 89 by 4:00.
highs will hit the low 90s later on. 84 by your lunch hour, sunny and 87 later today. in the lehigh valley highs in the upper 80s. maybe an isolated spot hitting 90 degrees which is warm. remember that you may be expecting weather. use sunscreen if you'll be outside. in delaware 67 at 8:00 a.m. 65 in new jersey, up to 88 degrees, 4:00 p.m. along the jersey shore also fairly warm, clear conditions and temperatures making it to the low 80s for highs today. coming up in a few minutes, talking about coastal impacts we will feel along the jersey shore coming up with hurricane maria and the dated track for maria. bring plenty of water if you're heading to the puerto rican day parade today happening along the ben franklin parkway in center city. this year it will doublefund-ra. many in the city's large
hispanic community have loved ones in puerto rico, and they haven't been able to reach them because of disaster conditions. they've decided they're going to do something about it putting together a new donation campaign to help the island rebuild. 6:43 right now on this sunday. penn state tries for a comeback at iowa. the eagles gearing up for their home opener with the giants. it's football season. and there's one eagle who says today's game is a must-win. aren't they all? we have it for you next.
police say protesters blocked an escalator and tried to take over the second floor of the mall. most of the demonstrators left peacefully. police say they arrested those who refused. one officer was injured in the melee. you may remember protests first began to out earlier this month in st. louis after a former white police officer was found not guilty in the deadly shooting of a black driver. back here in our area in wilmington more than a dozen workers injured in a hazmat incident at the dupont experimental station are out of the hospital recovering at home. dupont tells us the workers were exposed to an unknown substance yesterday. several fire companies and other first respond were called in to help. dupont says the site is now running normally. staying in delaware, proceeds from a charity 5k will go to the children of this fallen wilmington firefighter and two of his comrades. they died fighting a house fire one year ago today. captain leach was an alumnus of
delaware tech which hosts the annual 5k run that's happening today. today runners will race for food. the global energy race kicks off at penn's look. donating two slices of bread to fill abundance for every kilometer run, about a loaf of bread for every participant. in addition to the food donation the race emphasizes the balance between food and exercise for a healthy life. 6:47 right now on this sunday, already 71 degrees outside. this warm, summerlike weather will stay with us. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking it all in the first alert neighborhood forecast. i promise it's not july but it is going to feel like it out there. take a look at our weather setup. just like yesterday that dome of high pressure built in over our area. it's not budging quite yet. when you have high pressure in place it keeps everything out. and by that i mean a storm system that might bring in
cooler air or a cold front that could bring in a line of storms. it keeps all of that out so we just get sunshine and warm conditions. in fact, when you keep a bubble of high pressure it starts to boil your atmosphere so get hotter and hotter temperatures which is what we'll see today. yesterday a high of 88 degrees. today, look at that, 91 in center city and 90 in summerton. upper 80s possible in the pennsylvania suburbs and the lehigh valley. easton, you're possibly at 90. allentown at 88 degrees. in new jersey, 90 cape may, 82. not bad. and we're at 90 in wilmington. smyrna at 87. i know this will get mixed reviews. some people don't want summer to come to an end. others ready for fall. sorry, you will have to wait one more week. then we are going to see much more fall like conditions. that's the next weekend. let's talk about this one. this sunday the eagles game. our home opener 88 degrees for kickoff at 1:00 p.m. 90 at 3:00. and by 5:00 p.m., 89 degrees.
wearing eagles green looking at conditions. very nice for the game but hot for both the players and the fans to stay hydrated. key to enjoying the game. a look at radar and satellite. this is right now the view of hurricane maria, a category 2 hurricane. it has just downgraded this morning but, nonetheless, a powerful storm that we are watching. so the wind conditions, 110 miles an hour moving directly to the north at 9 miles an hour. it's doing what jose did, running parallel to the east coach. this is the latest track out from the national hurricane center through our sunday, through our monday, our tuesday, and wednesday early morning. a direct drive to the north running parallel and getting closer to the outer banks of north carolina. this area will see the biggest impacts from maria. it looks like most models agree a quick turn to the right. you see how the cone gets a little close to us by thursday and even into friday. it's going to be a ripple effect for us. we'll see things like chances of showers and increasing wind
speeds as well. so here's the ten day on 10. 91 degrees for the big game. 89, still sunny for your monday. and then look at that. temperatures drop into the mid-80s. still warmer than average with some of those spot showers possible from maria. wednesday, maybe thursday morning. look at that. a big cooldown by next week, 71 down to 68 next sunday. i'm john clark from csn. eagles/giants in the birds home opener at the linc. it's going to be hot out, temperatures in the 90s. carson wentz tweeted the linc will be rocking today. here are the giants arriving in philly late yesterday. the birds have beaten the giants five of the last six times. the giants are 0 and 2 to start their season. they are desperate. they do not want to go 0 and 3. here is head coach doug pederson.
>> our guys are eager to play and, you know, listen, i think personally they're better than 0 and 2 and they feel that way as well. this is a dangerous football team, weapons on offense, tremendous defense obviously and our work is cut out for us. a great week of preparation. >> the eagles will be without jaylen watkins and corey graham in their secondary. rodney mcleod is a game time decision. the top cornerback janoris jenkins hasn't practiced but he's hoping to play. the birds can go 2 and 0 in the division, and that would be a good start in the northeast. >> it's big time. we know this is a must-win. they're a team that struggled obviously. i don't think they'll give up on anybody. i think it's going to be a good game for us. you can't let your guard down. i don't care what happened the first two weeks. have to go out and battle. >> this is cool. it looks like alshon jeffery
helped paint the eagles logo at the linc. when alshon jeffery says he wants to paint the logo, you let the man paint. he retweeted fly, eagles, fly. alshon is pumped. number four penn state big road test last night starting big ten play at iowa. look at iowa city, at the end of the first quarter every game the whole stadium waves to the kids in the hospital and the kids wave back, smiles on their faces. very touching scene. penn state running back saquon barkley leaps and bounds above the competition. penn state record 358 all-purpose yards. he was amazing. third quarter penn state's only up a point. barkley takes the pitch, turns the corner. and look as he approaches the end zone. stretches the ball inside the pylon there. so penn state is up 15-7. fourth quarter, iowa is down just two points. look at this. wadley gone.
iowa goes ahead, 19-14. here we go. four seconds left. fourth down, trace mcsorley. this is the game. juwan johnson, his first td catch, and what a time for it. penn state, what a comeback, 21-19. that is big for their season. a lot of sad iowa fans. penn at lehigh. what a day for brooks. third quarter. taking the handoff. nice move. two plays later, he is going to score. 268 rushing yards for him, nine short of the record. he had three touchdowns. penn beats lehigh. 65-47. the quakers' most points in 71 years. phillies, game two of their series in atlanta, here we go. first inning rhys hoskins, a machine. another hit. and he's going to knock in a run right there. how many rbis is that? that is 46 rbis, the most in baseball history for a player that did not play before august. now look at the glove work. by aaron altherr.
full extension there. nice grab. two on for johan camargo, brings in two. the braves beat the phillies, 4-2. and take a look at this. bruce maxwell of the a's becomes the first major league baseball player to take a knee during the national anthem. of course it probably has something to do with donald trump's criticisms of the nfl players. it will be interesting to see what the nfl players do today. i'm john clark. enjoy your eagles sunday.
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let's take a live look at the ben frankly parkway in philadelphia. thousands of people will pack the parkway this morning for a great cause. the parkway run and walk benefits pediatric cancer research at the children's hospital of philadelphia. opening ceremonies start in just about an hour at 8:00. this, by the way, is the largest annual raiser for the cancer center. 6:57 right now on this sunday. talk about the eagles. they're getting ready to host the giants in their home opener and it will feel like summer. some early bird tailgaters are already at the linc. this is a live look from our eagles nest cam. we'll have a preview in just moments with katy zachry. first krystal klei.
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right now on nbc 10 news, shots fired. bullets fly in center city overnight. now police are looking for the gunman who left a blood trail as he escaped. under control -- crews quickly responded to these flames at an industrial building in south philadelphia. what we're learning about the investigation. home sweet home. the eagles take the field at the linc for the first time this season. we're helping you get ready for game day. good morning. this is nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary connors. all eyes on the weather today as many will be watching the birds in their home opener. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking that warm weather in the first alert neighborhood forecast. krystal? rosemary, check out these temperatures. these are the temperatures to start with. already 70 on the board here. 71 degrees in philadelphia. now the average high for today is 75 degrees. it's pretty