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right now on "nbc10 news today," on the road. candidates hoping to become the next governor of new jersey are crisscrossing the garden state this weekend looking for votes. where you can see them in our area. murdered for saying no. police say this man didn't get the answer he wanted to his marriage proposal and took the rejection to a terrifying level. how they caught him hundreds of miles away from the berks county crime scene. big drop, in temperatures that is. here's a live look outside at broad street from our kimmel center campus camera. little bit of a breeze out there this morning. it is a cold start to our weekend. we will warm back up. we're calling this a little bit of a weather roller coaster.
we'll let you know how long the warm weather will last, when you'll need your umbrella again. it's all ahead in the first alert neighborhood forecast. we keep it interesting here on saturday mornings. good morning. this is "nbc10 news today." thanks for being with us. i'm rosemary connors. it's just after 5:30. let's get to the weather because i'm sure you're heading out today have plans. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking all those changes for us in the most accurate neighborhood forecast. krystal. >> rosemary, i'm a silver lining kind of person and i almost think it's a good thing we're cooling down a bit. the other day i wore a sweater outside in the afternoon, had to push sleeves all the way up it was so warm in the afternoon. we will not be that warm today. temperatures right now chilly start to the morning. we're at 48 in philadelphia, 42 mt. holly. coatesville at 43. those are the actual temperatures. you see we're even in the 30s right now over mt. pocono. but the feels like conditions are a little bit cooler, 43 for philly, 43 atlantic city. and mt. pocono does feel like
it's below freezing. so it's cooler than -- or rather feels cooler than it actually is, that's thanks to a light breeze out there this morning that helps temperatures feel lower than they truly are to our skin. let's look at radar and satellite. we have clouds in place right now. not completely blanketing the area. looks thinner farther north and west. but starting with some clouds going to see increasing clouds throughout the day. staying dry during the daytime hours. look at the temperature here, not a big rise. we're into the upper 40s by morning hours, close to lunchtime now in the low 50s. winds may pick up to about breezy in the afternoon. and we're going to see those temperatures mostly cap right in the upper 50s to near 60 degrees. that's it. no 70s like we saw yesterday. we'll talk about if 70s make a return to the forecast over your ten-day on 10 coming up in a bit. >> we'll see you shortly. thanks for that, krystal. today, thousands will take a step to stop heart disease. they'll participate in the philadelphia heart walk that starts at citizens bank park in south philly in just a few hours
from now. that's where nbc10's randy gyllenhaal is live for us this morning. he's outside the ballpark to tell us about the heart association's annual fundraiser. randy. >> reporter: rosemary, if you're walking out here today, you're going to want to bring a jacket. it's going to be a cold morning in south philly, but that's not stopping crews from already setting up this morning at 5:30. getting those balloons ready for 15,000 people that will arrive in just a few hours. they're going to start the three-mile walk here at citizens bank park. then they'll take a healthy stroll down past the wells fargo center over to fdr park and back. it's all part of an effort to promote physical activity and heart healthy living. this is the american heart association's number one fundraiser for the year. and this year they're hoping to raise $2.5 million. heart disease and stroke are the number one and number five killers of americans. and one of the people walking today we had a chance to catch up with. 35-year-old amy cavalier who learned that heart disease can strike with almost no warning. the mother of three woke up one
morning with pain in her chest. she couldn't breathe. and now she's walking to get people to know the signs, to learn cpr and importantly to learn how to use a defibrillator. >> those three things are huge. it's not just a matter of saving a life of potentially somebody you love. it could be a stranger on the street. i have known the signs of heart attack, but i never in a million years thought it would be me. i'm young, i'm in shape. i don't smoke. art amy had a tear in her coronary artery. she has since recovered. today she'll be walking with her family. the walk kicks off at 8:00 this morning. live in south philly, randy gyllenhaal, nbc10 news. thanks, randy. in other news this morning, president trump will head from hawaii to japan later on today. first stop in asia on a nearly two-week trip to address the north korea crisis and to address economic issues. yesterday in hawaii the president and first lady honored the fallen at the "u.s.s. arizona" memorial at pearl harbor. mr. trump also got a briefing at
the military pacific headquarters. he then met with governors of pacific states and territories to discuss the north korean threat. next, president trump will head to japan followed by stops in south korea, china, vietnam and the philippines. the 12-day trip is the longest to asia by an american president in more than a quarter century. today, vice president mike pence will be in pennsylvania. he'll be in york meeting with business leaders and families to talk about tax reform. labor secretary alexander acosta and area congress members will join the vice president for those discussions. if you've been wondering whether joe biden will run for president in 2020, msnbc's chris matthews says he has the scoop. the philadelphia native told me yesterday that biden will run in 2020. i spoke to matthews just outside our studios in bala cynwyd. he's talked to peemg in biden's family and talked to biden's
representative and he knows for a fact the former vice president will run. matthews believes biden could be the candidate that unites the democratic party. >> the blue collar roots are key. look what the democrats missed last time and have missed since reagan. they lost working class whites and they got to get them back. >> we did reach out to biden. his spokesman tells us that he has no official comment, but he did point to two recent interviews in which the former vice president said he has not made up his mind just yet. today, in decision 2017, kim guadagno republican candidate for governor will visit six counties as her campaign bus tour rolls on. the incumbent lieutenant governor will make stops in ocean, burlington, gloucester, salem, cape may counties. her main street, not wall street, bus tour will visit every county in the state before election day on tuesday. the democrat in the governor's race, phil murphy, has a full day of campaigning as well. he'll be in north jersey.
he'll hold rallies in newark and two other cities. senator cory booker is expected to join him at one of those events. murphy is a financier and former diplomatic. polls show him leading his opponent by double digits. allegations of voter fraud at the jersey shore. atlantic city's mayor claims there's a scheme involving absentee ballots with voters casting ballots using names of people who have died. republican incumbent guardian says the alleged scheme is favoring his democratic opponent for mayor gilliam who are is the city council president. he has denied any wrongdoing. you can count on nbc10 for pre-election coverage throughout the weekend. be sure to tune to us tuesday night at 11:00 and wednesday morning for complete election results. now to a marriage proposal that police say led to a murder. a berks county man is in jail this morning in illinois accused of killing a woman who rejected him. authorities say christopher tucker murdered tara serino earlier this week in albany
township, berks county. according to investigators tucker strangled her, broke her neck and wrapped her body up in a blanket. according to investigators tucker then took off and drove to illinois where officers arrested him at a truck stop on halloween. he reportedly confessed and told police serino's body was inside his house. today, family and friends will remember the new jersey native killed in this week's terror attack in new york. a visitation for darren drake will be held at a funeral home in new milford, funeral service sed for monday morning. also flags will fly at half staff in all new jersey state buildings in honor of drake and the other victims killed in the attack flt eight people in total were killed. 11 more were seriously injured when police say a man drove a pickup truck right into a crowded bike path in manhattan on tuesday afternoon. the suspect, sayfullo saipov is charged with terrorism. because of that attack this week police are promising
unprecedented security effort for tomorrow's new york city marathon. hundreds of officers will be along the route. security detail will also include bomb sniffing dogs and rooftop snipers poised to shoot if threat emerges. sanitation trucks filled with sand will also block key intersections to prevent anybody from driving on to the course. we have an actual case here. she put forth a credible and detailed narrative to us. >> coming up, a possible arrest. the new developments in the harvey weinstein sex abuse allegations. police in three different cities around the world are making their cases. plus, danger under the hood. why more than a million car owners are being told to park outside. @y@y@y@y@y@y@y@y@y@y@y@y@y@y@y@ç
let's go through some of our neighborhood planners for today. start with philadelphia. time this morning is 5:42 a.m. and we're at 48 degrees. a little chilly out there this morning. grab a jacket and you'll be all right. i had a very thin sweater and then puffy jacket over. honestly, that might have been too much. it's not terribly cold. as you go through these next few hours we're going to bump up the temperature into the low 50s by around 10:00, 11:00 in the morning. but notice we do not see the 70s that we have been hitting. instead, today we'll cap out only about upper 50s to near 60 degrees. so this is going to be cooler in the afternoon. yesterday you might not have even worn a jacket in the afternoon. today you will with these upper 50s for the high temperatures. in new jersey we're at 42 as well. mostly clear outside right now, but we'll have increasing clouds throughout the day. so that will turn us over to mostly cloudy, just some peeks of sun, upper 50s in the afternoon for new jersey. and notice winds right around say 5 to 15 miles per hour, but some gusts up to 25 miles per
hour are possible. meaning just a little breezy in the afternoon. very much a fall day for us today. average right around 60 with a light breeze. that's what we're going to get. delaware, you're at 46 right now. winds at 10 miles per hour. same deal little breezy into the afternoon about 55 at lunchtime and 58 at 4:00 p.m. near 60 for those forecast high temperatures. so let's take a look at this comparison. thursday we are at 75 in philly, friday at 73. today only talking 59. so we are near average, but this is a big drop. you're going to feel it. look at that though we start to pick numbers right back up into the workweek. we'll discuss why that happens and the rain that comes with it in just a bit. a delaware basketball legend ties the knot. we'll show you the wedding pictures next. plus, ready to go. the eagles make game day decisions for one of their key players. we'll take a look at what to expect on the field tomorrow. nobody delivers more for south jersey than steve sweeney.
he stood up to north jersey special interests to increase funding for our schools. he stopped christie's commuter tax, saving south jersey residents over 200 million dollars. and he led the charge to pass paid family leave. aarp applauded sweeney for freezing property taxes for seniors and cutting prices on prescription drugs. "i got to take my hat off to him. he's a man of his word."
police in new york say they are now gathering evidence for a possible rape case against movie mogul harvey weinstein. police investigators say they believe a rape allegation made against weinstein in 2010 is, quote, credible. "boardwalk empire" actress paz da la huerta accused weinstein of rape twice. if he was in the city and assault was more recent he would be arrested. meantime police in london preparing possible cases as well. weinstein has denied any allegations by the women who have accused him of sexual harassment or assault. now the 10-year-old migrant with cerebral palsy.
she was detained. yesterday she was released to family. shooefs lived in texas since she was an infant. she was detained because she was an undocumented immigrant traveling without her parents. the texas aclu sued for her release. the case sparked national outcry from members of congress, celebrities, advocates are calling on the trump administration to drop any plans the administration may have to deport her. if you own a bmw, you may want to listen up. the automaker's recalling nearly 1.5 million cars because of a fire risk under the hood. here's what we know, the recall involves bmw suvs and sports cars from model years 2007 through 2011. the government documents say an overheating problem can cause parts to melt. so far four drivers have reported injuries. bmw is also advising people to park their cars outside of their garages as a precaution. the recall includes many models.
if you'd like further information, we've got it on our website and on the nbc10 app. a dedicated member of the medford township police department is now retired. canine officer porter is leaving his post after seven years on the post. porter will spend his retirement relaxing at home with his handler's family. we wish him the best. beginning tomorrow you can see mermaids up close and personal. mystical creatures are taking over the adventure aquarium in camden. these kids were mesmerized at a preview yesterday. the mermaids will be flipping their fins at the aquarium for the next week. olympic gold medal and delaware native is now married. the basketball player tied the knot yesterday afternoon in new york. engaged since the summer of 2016. he plays with the wnba's washington mystics. she won gold last year as part of the u.s. women's basketball
team. catch chi headlines, political controversy and brand new poll numbers, they are the news articles that fill up your facebook feed. but what's fact? what's fake news? want to make sure you aren't sharing something fake or bust your friend for getting fooled? monday at 11:00 on nbc10 news we'll show you the easy steps to cut through the clutter. of course that comes up after "the voice" at 8:00 and "the brave" at 10:00. this saturday it's 48 degrees outside, a little bit chilly out there. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking ups and downs to our first alert neighborhood forecast, krystal. >> it's a little chilly to start this morning. we have some clouds and place, not totally thick blanketing cloud coverage quite yet. but we are going to be seeing increasing clouds through today making for a mostly cloudy afternoon. let's talk temperatures right now. so the blue indicates that nice cool air that's pooled right to about over philadelphia. and as a result we're down to 48 degrees in philly. look at syracuse though into the mid 30s there.
detroit 40 and then obviously cooler farther north. here's what's happening, these little green arrows, that's the wind direction at the surface. notice it's kind of filtering in from the north and northeast. well, we are tracking rotation around something called high pressure, which typically kind of keeps things dry. today we will stay on the dry side of things. but because of the rotation around it, it sits to our north, it's pulling in that cooler air from the north right over us. that's why temperatures today are going to be cooler than they've been the last two days when winds were pumping in from the west. big difference between west warm air and cooler north air. and that really does affect our temperature. so that's why we've been fluctuating back and forth on this kind of roller coaster. it's why the roller coaster will continue into tomorrow. let's take a look. here's our hour by hour model. right now we've got cooler air wrapping in from the north and northeast. we're going to see increasing clouds with a little extra moisture for the afternoon hours. this will prime us for the evening. tonight about 11:30 notice we get spot sprinkles, showers
rolling by. this moisture's actually rolling in from the southwest. so the shift in winds is going to crank our temperatures back up tomorrow as a warm front moves through. this is at 7:00 a.m. on our sunday. spotty showers at best. this is not by any means a washout forecast. some of you might not see any rain tomorrow. but you might want to snag the umbrella for tomorrow even into the afternoon. isolated shower here or there is certainly possible. the chance will diminish later into the day. the best chance in the morning, lowest chance late in the day into the evening. and you can see that 7:00 p.m. sunday still plenty of clouds, warm earp temp -- warmer temperatures but not rain in the forecast. the warm front will boost temperatures back up again and again that's when winds will shift. 58 today in philadelphia, 59 nj nnk and tomorrow mostly rielgt around low to mid 60s. in the suburbs 64, new jersey 66. same in delaware with spotty showers. eagles game tomorrow 1:00 p.m. kickoff 64 degrees. we'll stay in the 60s with winds from the southeast and very
light chance of a spot shower. wrap up here with the ten-day on 10, 58 today, goes to 67 on your sunday like i mentioned, all the way up to 73 on monday. here's an important one, don't forget, tonight is when we have to push back those clocks before going to bed because we're falling back an hour. how about into next week? look at that. low 50s for highs several days in a row. this is sports desk brought to you by xfinity. x1 from xfinity will change the way you experience tv. hey, good morning to you. i'm danny pommells from nbc sports philadelphia. the sixers tried to do something they had not done in almost four years, have a better than .500 record. that happened back in november of 2013 for the last time. sixers going for four straight wins hosting pacers, eagles quarterback like, that's nothing, we've won six straight. ben simmons with the spin and tough shot in the lane. second career triple-double, 14 points, 11 rebounds, 11 assists.
j.j. reddick with a fadeaway three over miles turner. 8 of 12 from outside. see him with the jordan shrug? sixers win to improve on the season. >> i got goose bumps right now. that was awesome. i'm so proud of our team. i think we all recognize the mag my tud of this game. i know it's early in the season, but to be over .500 i believe for the first time in four years is a big deal. these fans were great. what a great atmosphere in that fourth quarter. >> redick's chewing gum still getting a workout after the game. eagles host on sunday and carson wentz's go-to guy, according to head coach pederson will be on the field sunday. he has six touchdowns to lead the team this season.
be sure to tune in sunday for exclusive at 9:30 a.m. with yours truly at eagles game day kickoff. at 10:00 eagles game plan and we have one-on-one interviews with the team you will not see anywhere else. have you heard cowboys running back ezekiel elliott has been awarded a stay making hill e him eligible to play sunday. this stems from a yearlong investigation by the nfl into domestic violence allegations against elliott. that is your look at sports this morning. i'm danny pommells from nbc sports philadelphia. enjoy your saturday, everyone. we've paid a big price for chris christie and kim guadagno. they gave out billions in corporate tax breaks. millions to whitewash the bridgegate scandal. millions more wasted on empty office space. we got stuck with the bill. property taxes up.
starting monday on "nbc10 news today," first alert weather and traffic first at 4:00, plus we're talking commuter safety. all week long we're walking you through what to do if you experience trouble on the tracks, behind the wheel or even on two wheels. >> it will make roads safer for motorists, bicyclist, pedestrians. >> our special series, commuter safety, starts monday morning at 5:45. 5:57 right now on this saturday. nbc10's randy gyllenhaal is live this morning at citizens bank park. that's where thousands will gather in the next few hours. they will be walking to save lives. randy. >> reporter: a brisk walk on this chilly morning beginning here at citizens bank park.
coming up next, what survivors want you to know to prevent heart disease. and where randy is 47 degrees right now. some of us into the 30s this morning. we have a cooldown for your saturday. but then another warmup and chances of rain. we'll talk about i wa-- it comi up. live view of center city. still dark this morning.
right now on "nbc10 news today," fearing for their lives. four youth football coaches take cover as a gunman opens fire following a scrimmage. we're hearing from those injured coaches about surviving the shooting. on the move, the controversial frank rizzo statue will be relocated, but the debate continues about what it means for the legacy of the former philadelphia mayor. close to the heart, here's a live look at citizens bank park. you can see it's all lit up. that's because thousands are getting ready to raise millions of dollars to help in the fight against our country's number one killer. good morning. this is "nbc10 news today." i'm rosemary connors. it's 6:00 on this saturday. you can see it's dark behind me right now. yeah, it's going to