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nbc 10 news starts now. >> the search effort for missing college student shane montgomery will target the football field. how volunteers are hoping eagles fans will lend a hand. there could be even more congestion than usual for people trying to leave the link. protests are planned in the wake of the grand jury decisions in the michael brown and eric garner cases. we'll tell you what to expect. we are expecting cold and windy conditions here on this sunday. here's a live look outside at boat house row. your game day forecast, by the way, is straight ahead. good morning. welcome back to "nbc 10 news today."
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i'm rosemary conners. it's 6:00 on this sunday. let's get right to that sunday forecast with meteorologist michelle grossman. and the sun will be back today. that's the good news. but it's not really going to be warm. >> you've got that right. it's going to be cold this afternoon. temperatures in the 40s. we're going to have winds in place so it's going to feel colder than the actual 40s. it's a cold afternoon. a windy afternoon. but at least it is dry. here's a live look outside. we'll be windy for the game today. temperatures starting out in the 40s, dropping to the 30s by the fourth quarter. but radar showing us we finally dried out overnight. we had the lingering showers through the early part of the night and finally they moved off the koesms we're chilly th the coast. 34 in allentown. 33 in lancaster. temperatures to the south and east mainly in the upper 30s. 39 in atlantic city. 38 in dover. so the big story today being the wind. we're going to see the winds really gusting as we head throughout most of today and through the afternoon hours, gusting at 25 miles per hour right now in philadelphia. up to 33 miles per hour in mount
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pocono. and a 23-mile-per-hour wind gust in wildwood. so for today, plan on a cold one, a windy day. 38 degrees by 10:00. and sunshine by noon, 44 degrees. we'll talk more about the cold weather, the windy weather. we'll look ahead towards that coastal storm in just a few minutes. new from overnight, investigators are looking into what caused a house fire in philadelphia. nbc 10 was on north lindenwood street where the flames broke out around 10:30 last night. 11 people made it out safely. the american red cross is now helping those people this morning. after today's eagles game, protesters plan to block broad and patteson streets. they'll be holding a solidarity die-in, not to indict police officers in the deaths of eric garner in new york and michael brown in ferguson, missouri. last night in california, two police officers were hurt during a civil rights protest.
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officials say demonstrators angered by the grand jury decision threw things at police in berkley. the two officers had minor injuries. police use tear gas and smoke bombs to clear the crowd. officials also say the demonstrators smashed windows and looted some businesses. despite the damage, there are no reports of any arrests. >> i can't breathe! i can't breathe! >> things were a little bit more peaceful in other cities. thousands took to the streets for a fourth straight day. while they are taking a stand against the grand jury decisions, they say the issue is bigger than that. >> a lot of us, people feel like there's a pattern. and we just want to voice our concern about that and let that be known. >> the public understands that we have some issues we have to fix in society. >> many demonstrators question the grand jury system and whether there are conflicts when it comes to investigating police officers. this morning on "meet the
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press", they'll be talking about race and justice following those grand jury decisions in missouri and new york. moderator chuck todd will be joined by law enforcement experts. they'll break down the controversial cases and talk about how to move forward. you can watch "meet the press" right here on nbc 10 at 10:30 this morning. as i mentioned, there will be protesters at the sports complex in south philly today and they won't be the only ones targeting the eagles crowd to spread their message. the effort to find missing college student shane montgomery will move to the link. volunteers plan to hand out leaflets before the game. montgomery was last seen at a manayunk bar 11 days ago, but his family and friends say they're not giving up their search. a reward for information is now up to $50,000. there are flyers and ribbons posted all over town. the family says volunteers will be passing out leaflets with shane's information at the link as early as 11:00 this morning. a warning now on this next story, you may find it disturbing. authorities say a lehigh valley man shot and killed his
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stepdaughter jessica padgett because of an alleged desire to have sex with her corpse. police arrested gregory graph on charges of homicide and abuse of a corpse. he's been held without bail. authorities say he confessed to killing jessica padgett, he was 33 years old. padgett was last seen leaving her daycare job in north hampton last month. police found her car in a dollar general store about a mile away. authorities charged her stepfather after investigators say they found padgett's body buried on his property in north hampton county. now to news in delaware, the city of wilmington has tied its all-time record for homicides after another deadly shooting friday night. that killing was the 27th in wilmington this year, tying the record set in 2010. police say they found two men shot on west sixth street and a third victim nearby. one of them, 23-year-old jean malone, died at the hospital. this morning, investigators
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are trying to identify a man whose body was found in north philadelphia. a neighbor discovered the man on the 2400 block around 8:30 last night. the man had been shot and stabbed. authorities believe he may have been dumped at that location. they are mow investigating the circumstances surrounding his death. this weekend in burlington county, friends and family are remembering the three children murdered by their mother. funeral services were held in tabernacle yesterday afternoon. investigators say janine la page shot 8-year-old nadia, 11-year-old alexander and 14-year-old nicolas last month. she then shot herself. two of the children died at the scene and the woman and alexander died later in the ho hot. a veteran fireman has been suspended without pay. he's been a fire captain since 2008 and a member of the fire department for more than 20 years.
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police in los angeles may need hugh hefner's help to investigate a woman's claim that she was sexually assaulted by bill cosby at the playboy mansion. the woman on the left is suing cosby for the alleged attack, which she says happened in 1974. law enforcement officials tell tmz that they need to determine if cosby and hughes were even at the mansion. cosby says hughes is a liar who tried to sell her story to the tabloids ten years ago. cosby, by the way, has never been charged with a crime. today, ceremonies are planned across the country and here in our area to mark a fateful day in the history of the united states. today is the 73rd anniversary of the attack on pearl harbor. on this day in 1941, japanese war planes attacked the home port of the u.s. pacific fleet. about 2400 americans were killed, and another 1,200 were wounded. because of the attack, the united states entered world war ii. thousands of people are expected
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to gather at pearl harbor today in hawaii to commemorate the anniversary. next, a new focus on al qaeda following this weekend's deadly failed rescue mission overseas. how the terror organization and isis are competing in the war on terror. plus, new video this morning of a police officer punching a handcuffed woman during an arrest. we'll tell you what led up to the confrontation.
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failed rescue mission in yemen. nbc national correspondent keir simmons has more on the role that the terror organization plays in the global extremist threat and how isis factors into the picture. >> reporter: what happened in yemen underscores the challenge for washington dealing with extremism. al qaeda and the arabian peninsula had been focusing on targeting aircraft. it was behind the so-called underwear bomber in 2009, but now al qaeda and isis appear to be in a competition with each other, in a kind of terrorist arms race. that's not to say there haven't been successes. the pakistanis say they killed a senior al qaeda leader who was wanted in connection with a plot to attack the new york subway, amongst many other things. and so-called al qaeda core in pakistan has been severely depleted. but in washington, it must see it as like every time they are tackling one fire, other fires
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are starting. back to you. students in mexico city are protesting the abduction of 43 trainee teachers, and now the death of one of them has been confirmed. you're looking at the latest demonstration yesterday. authorities say they've identified the charred remains of that student teacher kidnapped in kept. they believe the abducted trainees were handed over to a drug gang by corrupt police. police in florida now have a man in custody whom they say killed his wife, another woman, and a pastor. andy avalos was arrested at a mobile home park on the gulf coast. the bodies of avalos's wife and a neighbor were found in the avalos home. andy avalos has been charged with murder. north korea is denying that it was behind that cyber attack on sony pictures in retaliation for an upcoming movie about an
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assassination plot against president kim jong un. the fbi is looking into the hack last week that disrupted sony's computer system. a report says that leak on to the internet involved thousands of social security numbers, including those of actors, like sylvester stallone and rebel wilson. the hackers also leaked several sony motion pictures online, some not yet released in theaters. we have some new video this morning of a confrontation between a police officer and a woman he was arresting. the pictures were taken in seattle back in june. watch as the officer punches the handcuffed woman in the face after she aimed a kick at him. an in-car police camera captured this scene. the woman says the punch broke a bone around her eye. the lawyer for the officer says that he did what he needed to do. that officer is now on leave. according to a prosecutor, the officer will not face criminal charges in this case. republicans will hold at
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least 246 seats in the house come january. a number that matches the post-world war ii high of the truman administration. two republicans in louisiana within their runoff elections yesterday. that makes a house breakdown of 246 yesterday. if the party wins there, the party would have 247 seats, the largest majority since 1929-1931. palestinians will run the senate, too. next, a new jersey woman was definitely not expecting this visitor in her house. we'll tell you what happened after the deer burst through the front door. waking up cold and windy today, but at least the rain is out of here. we'll see sunshine this afternoon. here's a live look outside. we are looking at the beautiful pocono mountains. we'll talk more about the winds gusting today. also tracking that coastal storm. that's all straight ahead.
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this is what nearly two fee of fresh snow looks like. the video comes to us from the california side of lake tahoe. ski resorts are making the most of this new powder. some of those mountain resorts are opening for the first time this season. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> no snow in the forecast today, but we are forecasting winds and lots of it. we're looking at some sunshine today and also some cold air, so as we look outside, we are looking at some clouds this morning. as we wake up on this sunday morning, some clouds, but at least we're not seeing the rain that we saw last night. that has moved out of here. temperatures colder than this time yesterday, about five degrees colder than in philadelphia. winds out of the north at 17 miles per hour. a cold northerly flow. that will be with us all day long. temperatures mainly in the 30s. we're also seeing some clouds to wake up with. in some spots, other spots a
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little clearer than others. temperatures just above freezing in many spots in the north and west. 33 in lancaster. 34 in westchester. 27 in mount pocono. as we fly down to the south and east, we're looking at the upper 30s. 39 in millville. 38 degrees in atlantic city. now you factor in those winds that i just showed you and it's feeling a lot colder than what it actually is. it feels like the teens in mount pocono and feels like 24 in pottstown. so if you head out this morning, maybe you're getting a bite to eat, you get coffee, breakfast, you want to dress for the 20s in most spots. you want to dress for the teens in mount pocono. there's that northerly flow dragging down that cold canadian air. we're looking at winds sustained anywhere from ten, up to 25 miles per hour. 22 miles per hour in mount pocono. up to 18 in millville. we're seeing winds gusting higher than that and that will be the story today. 33-mile-per-hour wind gusts right now in mount pocono. up to 25 in philadelphia. you'll feel it. i felt it as i walked outside. 28 miles per hour in wilmington.
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and these winds will stay with us. as we head towards the afternoon, lunchtime, yeah, we're looking around 26 miles per hour. dinnertime, 32 miles per hour. in philadelphia, up to 38 in atlantic city. a gusty day, a blustery day. we're going to see breezy conditions as well on monday. so finally dry. that's the good news. we're going to see sunshine today before we see some rain coming back into the forecast late monday into tuesday. so monday, we'll wake up with clearer skies. could see some rain late. and then the real rain comes on tuesday. this is our coastal storm. we're looking at the potential for some coastal flooding. we're looking at winds gusting near 50 miles per hour along the coast there. and we're looking at rain heavy at times for everybody. it's not out of here until wednesday. we could see a little bit of snow mixing in on wednesday in the higher elevations of the poconos. eagles, if you're lucky enough to go to the game, 45 degrees at kickoff and by fourth quarter you're looking at 38. the entire way, we're looking at windy conditions. today it's a cold one, 45 to 48.
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winds out of the north at 10 to 20 miles per hour, but certainly gusting higher than that. more clouds, 41. so that's well below normal for this time of year. we could see some rain come in later, but the real rain comes in on tuesday. that is our coastal storm, so plan on that, if you do have something planned outdoors, you probably want to change that. looking at rain heavy at times, up to four impnches in some are. high temperature of 44. by wednesday, we're going to see some leftover rain showers, maybe some snow showers mixing in. thursday, finally drying out. it will be win dirk it will be cold, 43. still breezy on friday. by saturday, mostly sunny, dry, 47. a woman in atlanta county got an unexpected house guest yesterday while she was cooking in her kitchen. a deer suddenly burst through her front door. take a look. these are pictures from inside the galloway township home. the woman says after the deer broke through two doors to get inside, it then darted through the house and ransacked the master bathroom. she was able to lock the deer
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inside the bathroom until police arrived. officers were able to escort the deer from the home and release it back into the wild. next, remmington recall. millions of rifles are being pulled from store shelves. we'll tell you what gun owners need to know. ♪ ♪ hershey's spreads.
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out the door. the u.s. is among seven countries that now have trade restrictions on canadian poultry because of the bird flu. five farms in british columbia are under quarantine. officials say more than 140,000 turkeys and chickens on those farms will be euthanized. they say no people have gotten sick. remmington gun manufacturer is recalling millions of rifles. they've been linked to at least two dozen deaths and more than 100 serious injuries. remmington agreed to replace the triggers on its popular 700 and model seven rifles. they were made between may 2006 and april of this year. many gun owners claim the rifles would fire without pulling the trigger. now let's check in on what's happening on wall street. tyler matheson gives us a preview of what we can expect in the week ahead. less than three weeks to go now before christmas day and that means the nation's malls will be bustling this week, and it will be a busy week ahead for the u.s. economy.
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congress will be voting on a bill that will fund the federal government for at least another year. the current funding bill expires thursday. with gasoline prices near five-year lows and more americans working, expect a fresh read on consumer sentiment to be higher this month. the government will give us its take on retail sales for november, and the sony auto is getting sold on black friday. we could see a big lift in those retail sales figures. earnings from autozone, costco, h&r block, krispy kreme, lululemon. samsung will begin selling a smart phone in india that costs less than $100. if demand is high, we may see it on sale in other countries soon. in las vegas, an auction of hundreds of personal items, belonging to actor burt reynolds, including an outfit from "smoky and the bandit," the football helmet he wore in "the longest yard", and etch the golden globe award he won for "boogie nights."
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the girl scouts are going digital. for the first time ever, you can order thin mints, tag-alongs, and other favorites online or on your smart phone and have them shipped right to your door. i'm tyler matheson. get all your business news on cnbc. coming up, the die-in protests head to philadelphia today, plus the search for missing college student shane montgomery continues. we'll tell you about those stories and what they have to do with the eagles game coming up. speaking of the eagles, no rain for them. >> we're dry today. had all that rain yesterday. perfect napping day. today the sunshine returns. we also have wind and cold conditions. here is a live look outside. if you're going to be outside, you want to layer up. you're going to feel that cold wind going right through you. also tracking that coastal storm. it's all straight ahead.
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this is nbc 10 news. >> overnight, protests continued
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to erupt across the country after the recent grand jury decisions in the michael brown and eric garner cases. today a demonstration is planned in philadelphia that could cause traffic problems after the eagles game. the eagles game will also be the backdrop for another cause. how volunteers are targeting the crowd at the link to help in the search for missing college student shane montgomery. the winds will be kicking up at today's game. here's a live look at the link in south philly where the birds will take on the seahawks. good morning, and welcome back to "nbc 10 news today." i'm rosemary conners. it's 6:30 on this sunday. meteorologist michelle grossman is tracking the cold and windy conditions. when i was driving in, i could feel that wind on my car. my car was blowing around everywhere. >> oh, it's so true. even walking through the parking lot, you just feel it go right through you. you definitely want to layer up. it's a chilly one. we are looking at those winds in place all day long. here's a laif look outside. you can see those clouds are starting to break, so we're going to see sunshine this afternoon, but that will not warm us up one bit. temperatures are cold already.
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34 in allentown. 39 in millville and 39 in wildwood. but the key here is you have that windchill in place. it feels a lot colder than it actually is. it feels like the teens in mount pocono. feels like 25 in reading. feels like 29 in philadelphia. the windchills mainly in the upper 20s, the low 30s. these are the numbers you want to dress for. winds gusting at 25 miles per hour. right now, 26 miles per hour in some spots. even up to 33 miles per hour in mount pocono. for today, you need the sunglasses, the coats, the gloves, the scarves. we're going to be sunny, cold. by the middle of the morning, we're looking at mostly sunny skies. by lunchtime, 44 degrees. that is below normal for this time of the year. blustery day today. we'll talk more about that coastal storm expected to impact this tuesday and wednesday. new from overnight, the american red cross is helping nearly a dozen people forced out of their philadelphia house by a fire. nbc 10 was on north lindenwood
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street in the haddington sex of the city where the fire started around 10:30 last night. 11 people made it out safely. if cause here is under investigation. after today's eagles game, protesters planned to block broad and pattison streets. the demonstrators are planning to lie down at the intersection of broad and pattison. protests like the one planned today in philadelphia happened all over the country this weekend. one demonstration in california turned violent last night. officials say protesters threw things at police in berkley. two officers had to be treated for minor injuries. authorities also say the demonstrators smashed windows and looted businesses. police used tear gas and smoke
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bombs to clear the crowd. protesters remained peaceful in other cities across the country, from new york to los angeles, and in houston yesterday, people expressed their concerns about use of force by police. the protesters at the sports complex in south philly won't be the only ones targeting the eagles game to spread their message. the effort to find missing college student shane montgomery will move to the link before the game. volunteers will hand out leaflets then. montgomery was last seen at a manayunk bar 11 days ago. his family and friends say they are not giving up on the search. a reward for information is now up to $50,000. there are fliers and ribbons posted all over town. montgomery's mother is hoping that somebody will come forward with clues. >> if money is an incentive for somebody to help, i would go to
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the ends of the earth to come up with anything, and i just need that one courageous person to come forward with information about shane. >> the family says volunteers will be passing out the leaflets with shane's information at the link as early as 11:00 this morning. today in delaware, firefighters will pay their final tribute to a teenage comrade. britney ford died on friday after she was hit by a car while walking in the road. she was just 17 years old. britney volunteered with the bowers fire company in kent county. a memorial procession from wilmington to bowers is set to begin at 7:00 this morning. also in kent county, delaware, authorities are offering a $10,000 reward to find the arsonist wanted in three church fires. the flames you see here gutted the healing hands christian church in felton last week. the other two church fires happened within hours of the one in felton. anybody with information can call the atf or delaware state police. a chester county community
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pulled together to rise from the ashes, so to speak this weekend, after vandals targeted a holiday tradition. every year, phoenixville holds a fire bird festival at friendship field. a giant wooden phoenix statue is burned as part of the ceremony, but yesterday morning, the morning of the big sell briggs, arsonists got to it first and burned it to ash. but neighbors brought palates of wood and built a brand-new statue in just a few hours. >> we all get together, we make it work. nobody can burn us down. >> filled with the overwhelming wholeheartedness of what our community is all about. >> organizers set the phoenix ablaze. as for the suspected vandals, police tell nbc 10 that they do have some leads and that finding those responsible is a big priority for the town. we now know the identity of a man killed in a hit-and-run in montgomery county. we first told you about this
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story yesterday morning. police tell us that two vehicles struck the victim friday night on rambo street in bridgeport. neither driver stopped. according to investigators, tom daley was struck by a black ford explorer similar to this one. they say moments later, he was also hit by a green cadillac or a lincoln suv. daley died at the hospital. police are now looking for surveillance video from the scene. we have an alert for drivers in philadelphia this morning. the philadelphia water department will shut down part of montgomery drive in fairmount park to repair a broken water main. both directions are closed between martin luther king drive and the schuylkill expressway. the closure is from now until about 4:00 this afternoon. some good news for holiday shoppers. if you're going to be in philadelphia today to do some of that shopping, some of the metered parking is free. the philadelphia parking authority is relaxing kiosk enforcement because of technical problems with credit card payments. that's only for today and only
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at the kiosks. all safety violations and single space meters will be enforced because they're not affected by the credit card issue. anybody who got a ticket on friday or saturday because of the malfunction should contact customer service. nay camden, people will gther aboard the battleship new jersey to remember pearl harbor day.ather aboard the battleshipw jersey to remember pearl harbor day. a memorial wreath will be cast into the delaware river and that taps will be played. this is the 73rd anniversary of the attack on pearl har bonboha. about 2,400 americans were killed and another 1,200 were wounded. it is a day, that as president franklin roosevelt put it, will live in infamy. because of the attack, the united states entered world war ii. to commemorate the anniversary, thousands of people are expected
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to gather at pearl harbor in hawaii today. coming up next, a love letter written by baseball great joe dimaggio for marilyn monroe. it rakes in big bucks. we'll tell you how much somebody thought it was worth. plus, holiday shopping goes high-tech. ahead, the apps to help you stay organized and to find the best deals. behold, the subway steak, egg white and cheese: start your morning off right with juicy, sizzly steak, stacked high with protein-packed egg whites, melty cheese and whatever else you love, like jalapeños or spinach - all on warm, toasty flatbread. subway. eat fresh.
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has more. >> if you're a coupon collector, get the snip snap app. there's no longer a need to carry around a stack of physical coup coupons. you snap photos of the print coupons on your smart phone, and then you store them within the app. you can browse over a million coupons collected by other users, all searchable as well. at the store, just call up the coupon photo from your smart phone at checkout, that's a lot easier than dealing with a stack of paper coupons. if you know what you want to buy and are waiting for it to go on sale at the lowest price, shop adviser is what you need for iphone and android. shop adviser searches its database of millions of products and thousands of local and online retailers for best prices on your favorite gift. you can also put items on a watch list, alerting you to when they go on sale. santa's bag for the iphone lets you enter a shopping list, keeping track of who gets what, what you spent, what you need to
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buy, from where and when. i love red laser. lets you know if that gift you're about to buy can be bought cheaper somewhere else. scan the product bar code with your android, apple or windows phone and the red laser app will tell you if the item can be found at a better price at a nearby store or online. you want more information about all of this? no problem. just head over to my pc my tech blog. there is my address on your screen. i've built in direct links to everything you just saw. until next time, i'm pc mike for nbc news. a love letter proved to be worth a lot of money because it was addressed to marilyn monroe. an auction house in california sold the letter for more than $78,000 yesterday. it was written by baseball great joe dimaggio after monroe announced that she was divorcing him. there's no word on who bought the left and the details of that letter are not public yet. it was among 300 items dubbed marilyn monroe's lost archives that are up for auction.
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next, a novel turned movie is inspiring many people to hit the hiking trails. how the just-released film is proving to have a big impact on women. we're waking up to a cold morning. also a very windy morning already. winds gusting near 30 miles per hour. but we're seeing clearing conditions. the rain is gone. looking at pocono mountain. we'll talk more about today's blustery forecast and looking ahead towards some rain, wind, coastal flooding on tuesday. it's all straight ahead.
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now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> a good sunday morning. i'm meteorologist michelle grossman. the rain has moved out of here. we're starting to see the clouds move out of here as well. we're looking at a cold morning.
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looking at a windy morning as well. a blustery day today. we're going to see sunshine returning. that's the good news. but that will not warm us up as we head towards the afternoon hours. cold temperatures in the upper 40s by this afternoon. and winds making you feel colder than that. a coastal storm, we're watching one late monday. tuesday out of here on wednesday. but bringing heavy rain as we head towards the full part of tuesday. taking a look outdoors, we're looking at clouds this morning, but we're beginning to see sunshine this afternoon. 38 degrees in philadelphia. winds out of the north at 17 miles per hour. so already breezy out there, if not windy in spots. temperatures are colder than this time yesterday. 27 in mount pocono. just 34 in reading. 33 in lancaster. to the south and east, mainly looking at the upper 30s. 38 in atlantic city. and 40 in stone harbor. so a cold morning. you factor in the winds, it feels colder than that. feels like just 24 in lancaster.
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feels like the 30s in millville and wildwood. winds gusting up to 33 miles per hour in mount pocono. up to 25 in philadelphia. up to 26 in millville and up to 28 in dover. dress warmly. that wind is really whipping through you. if you have outdoor plans, you want to dress for the 30s for this afternoon. 32-mile-per-hour wind gusts by 5:00 in philadelphia. that's going to stay with us tonight into the early part of monday. we are finally dry on radar. that's the good news. we tracked rain all day yesterday. we're going to keep it dry today with sunshine and more clouds built in on monday ahead of that coastal system that comes in late monday to tuesday. tuesday is that day to watch. we are looking at heavy rain falling on tuesday. you can see all this shading here, the yellow shading indicating some heavy, steady rain by 1:00 into the afternoon, and then we could see some wet snow mixing in the upper elevations of the poconos.
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but this looks to be mainly rain and mainly heavy rain, as well as some wind in place. so today, windy and colder. 45 to 48. winds out of the north at 10 to 20 miles per hour, gusting to 25. cold and wind, that will be your main weather headline today. tonight, we're going to see temperatures dropping back into the 30s. a mostly clear night. we start out with some sunshine before more clouds build in. could see a late shower or etch a shower in the afternoon along the coast. that would be about it. after midnight, that's where we could see the potential for rain for everyone. 41 degrees is the high on monday. by tuesday, this is our big day to watch. the coastal storm bringing rain and wind. locally higher amounts. winds gusting up to 30 miles per hour. even higher along the coast. a high of 44. by wednesday, the storm wraps up. we could see a leftover rain shower. possibly a snow shower mixing in. just 45 degrees. the sunshine returns on monday partially. win dirk just 43. breezy on friday. and then we'll see sunshine next
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weekend. still chilly, though. a high of 47. this morning, we have some new information on the typhoon that hit the philippines this weekend. we've learned of two confirmed deaths from typhoon hagupit. the storm caused evacuations, toppled trees, and knocked out power. the storm also destroyed some buildings and flooded streets, but it didn't cause nearly as much devastation as last year's deadly typhoon haiyan. officials say this typhoon is now weakening and moving away from the philippines. the newly released movie "wild" tells the story of one woman's journey to find herself while hiking the pacific crest trail. the film is based on a best-selling novel that's now inspiring hundreds to go the distance. nbc's kristen dahlgren reports. >> reporter: on the pacific crest trail, jessica reynolds is looking for more than a beautiful view. >> it makes your own personal struggles and problems feel so small. >> reporter: for a hike inspired by "wild."
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>> starting a new life for her, finding herself on this trail. and i kind of was in that same point in my life. >> reporter: call it the wild effect. women tracing the footsteps of the author, along the 2,600-mile route from the mexican border to canada. a journey she began weighed down bay 40-pound pack and the pain of divorce, heroin addiction and losing her mother. >> the essential story in "wild" is about journey. it's about how it is that we bear the unbearable. >> reporter: for linda blaney -- >> after reading what she went through, i knew that anybody could do the trail. >> reporter: hiking the trail brought the answers she was looking for. >> i found out that i'm the one person that makes myself happy. >> reporter: at pit stops along the trail, they are already seeing the "wild" effect. >> last year we probably hat 700 hikers here. >> reporter: a number that could double once the movie is out. we're about 400 miles from the beginning of the trail.
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mexico is back that way. canada, another 2,200 miles in this direction. over what can be diverse and potentially dangerous terrain. there are long stretches without water. steep mountains. wildlife. >> we are really stressing that people be prepared in order to cut down on the possibility of a rescue. >> reporter: but joey miller, who runs a hiking club, says it's the challenges along the way that make these moments so exhilarating. >> i think she's giving people the courage to put it on the list. to check it off the bucket list finally. there's something to be said for living. >> reporter: for jessica reynolds, it comes down to the words her mom wrote inside her well-worn copy of "wild." >> may you find your own journey. >> a story and a trail now inspiring hundreds to find their own path. kristen dahlgren, nbc news along the pacific coast trail in california. we want to give you this live picture now of what's happening on the norris town high speed line. right now that high speed line is shut down because there was a
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downed tree. you can see there are workers out there. from what we're told from our photographer on the ground, dave palmer, he says they've been able to clear that tree out of the way. right there. it's pushed over past the tracks. so it may be just moments now, or within the hour at least that they should be able to get the norris town high speed line back up and running. in the meantime, septa says that shuttle buses will operate between 69th street and that norris town transit enter, again because of what's happening out there on the track. continue to stay with us. we'll keep you updated. next, the eagles have a big game day today against a tough seattle squad. how they'll try to keep the seahawks quiet in front of the crowd at lincoln financial field.
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hey, i'm john clark. the flyers' nine-game losing streak on the road is over. they get their first road win in over six weeks. let's go to l.a. take a look. wheel of fortune's pat sajak at the game. pat, do we have a g? yes, we do. claude giroux score less than 50 minutes into the game. second period, wayne simmonds. how about a power play goal? wayne's 11th goal of the year. the flyers are 2-0 against the stanley cup champs this season.
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they are kings for a day. ed snider hopes this is a turning point. he said he is okay with gm ron hextall and his plan. >> i'm very much behind what hexy's doing from the get-go. i love his plan. i think he's doing a great job for us. i'm looking forward to what's going to happen in the future. >> maybe the sixers can get their second win last night. the pistons have lost ten in a row. two worst teams in the nba. less than 20 seconds to go. sixers down three. thompson ties it up. in overtime,er nerlens noel. eagles-seahawks today. only one nfl team has more wins than the eagles over these last two seasons. and yes, it is seattle. marshawn lynch. he is the lynchpin to seahawks' offense. leads the nfl with nine
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touchdown runs. the eagles have done really well lately against the run. but this is another tough assignment. >> this is one guy you've got to respect. the guy is a great back. a great quarterback, a great line to complement him as well. >> the temple owls are bowl eligible. that was on the lane last night at tulane. check out joe montana with his quarterback sonic. he did play some against temple. he did play some against temple. owls win 10-3. hopefully they do get invited to a bowl game. villanova hosting liberty. second round playoff game. nova trailing. walter payton nominee john robertson connecting. 70 yards for the touchdown. and nova would get the two-point conversion, so we're tied at 22-22. next nova possession, our
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version of johnny football. again with a touchdown. villanova wins 29-22. they will play sam houston state next week. widener, they lost in the playoffs to lindfield 45-7, so why is mike kelly ripping chip kelly? chip allowed lindfield to practice at the eagles' nova care practice on friday and chip stopped by there. lindfield is from oregon. mike kelly says maybe somebody should buy chip a map so he know where is he lives now, and he says he's rooting for the seahawks. is he serious? a little kelly on kelly crime there. john runyun checking out his son. the prep will go to hershey to play for a state title. archbishop wood also advances to a title game. the quakers have won two in a row. how about number ten villanova? all over st. joe's. darrun hilliard, alley-oop slam here.
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nova wins by 28. the cats are 8-0. temple versus la salle. the return of the streamers. it's good to see you again. for the owls, it's bond. 11 points off the bench. temple has won 17 of 21 against the explorers. remember philly's president pat gillic told us he does not expect the phillies to contend the next few years, they're rebuilding. i don't think ben revere heard that. we can definitely win this division. >> how about the phillies' holiday tree. it is now officially lit outside citizens bank park. i'm john clark from comcast sports net. enjoy your eagles sunday. >> there is a lot going on at lincoln financial field today, besides the eagles game, including a new effort to find missing college student shane montgomery. and a die-in protest is expected
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to cause some traffic problems. plus, we'll also more of the forecast. we still have some clouds out there, but the sun will be shining through. however, layer up today if you're headed outside. we'll be right back.
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