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us snow. good evening. i'm jim rosenfield. too far out to say how much snow but it could be our first storm of the season. we begin with sheena parveen. we declared a first alert because of the cold. >> yes, jim. we're talking about the cold tonight and into tomorrow morning. we have a first alert weather day out for that. if you thought this morning was cold tomorrow is even colder. dangerous cold and bitter winds making it feel around zero degrees tomorrow morning. take a look at the feels like temperature. already feels like zero. willing tom, 1 below zero. feels like zero in pottstown and 1 below in redding. look at the future feels like temperature by the time you walk out tomorrow. 10 below for zero northwest and
the rest of the area. aside from that, we're watching this storm in the pacific. it will be a week long thing, move to the pacific northwest and down across the middle of the country near texas by about thursday and then we see it slide across the southeast. at that point we would see rain and snow at this distance, friday, 10:00 in the morning. coming up, we take a look at the rest of this track as it goats closer moving to the weekend and what it could mean for our area straight ahead. nbc10's randy gyllenhaal is outside. what is it like? getting colder? >> reporter: two hours or so the temperatures actually plummeted. on the bank side of north philly, it will read about 14 degrees. you will see it pop up in a second but feels a lot colder especially if you have to sleep out here. when the streets are as cold as
ice in west philly. the chosen 300 ministry opens its doors offering a warm meal an more practically. >> three scarves. >> reporter: warm clothes and jackets to the city's most vulnerable homeless. >> so we can help them battle the weather, one of the most challenging times of the year. >> reporter: for the first time this winter, temperatures will stay in dangerous territories for day, barely in the teens overnight. you factor in the wind in philly, the temperature in the morning will approach zero degrees, means kids and commu r commuters both will need a lot of layers for the bus. >> bundled outside this bus stop on broad street. >> this is the makeup for weather we got in december. leather just say we're making up for it now. >> like clockwork as the mercury drops, this store gets busier
and busier. the big seller is space heaters that come with a serious warning, keep it away from clothes and paper? the last thing you need is a fire, keep it away from anything combustible. >> reporter: that can prove deadly. officials believe last week's blaze in north philly killed a pregnant mom and her toddler was fueled by a space heart igniting a blanket. officials have issued a code blue extending much of the week and asking folks to check on elderly neighbors, elderly residents knocking on their door tomorrow morning. live in a frigid south philly, randy gyllenhaal, nbc10 news. >> now is the time to get prepared with the nbc10 news app. severe weather alerts and int interactive radar and school closing alerts sent directly to your phone for your specific school. new at 11:00, a car carrier stolen in lancaster county.
in mansfield, burlington county, just as the police caught up with the tractor portion. police found the trailer in northeast philadelphia. no word yet on any arrests. doug pederson has arrived in philly and tomorrow he gets his official introduction as the eagles new head coach. beginning with john, this new era has direct connections to the eagles' past. >> yes, it does. andy reid is no longer a fixture at the complex but his influence obviously never left. reid recommended pederson to the eagles front office and the eagles believe pederson can restore the reid era. the bird landed this morning and he made his way to the complex and he will be introduced at 2:00 and we'll hear from lurie after he let go of chip kelly.
he was specific in regards to what he was looking for ainu coach. >> you have to open your heart to players and everybody you want to achieve peak performance. i would call it a style of leadership that values informati information, all the resources provided and at the same time values emotional intelligence. >> now, in a statement lurie called pederson a compelling leader and communicator. tomorrow, he will have to address the emotional intelligence of his new head coach and how different he will be with his players than his predecessor. coming up in the show we will have lurie's entire statement on pederson. >> sounds like they expect him to be very different from the predecessor. thanks so much. talking to the man who literally wrote the book on the eagles, keith, new coach so plenty of
fresh opinions to go around. >> reporter: that's right, jim. change is in this chilly air. everybody is talking about it on the radio and aso up on the big television screen here otherwise known as the billboard in front of lincoln phenomenal field. >> 97.5. which name are you calling for? >> the phone rings off the hook at 97.5. >> that's right. dough pederson the new coach of the philadelphia eagles. >> reporter: listening to everyone's opinion. >> bringing in the good old boys so the defense is not on the field 40 minutes a game. >> reporter: that may be what they're planning to do. former lions coordinator, jim schwartz is in town to interview for the job. >> for any head coach but especially a young head coach and first time head coach he's really going to have to lean on his entire staff.
>> reporter: it's hard to say how well the former eagles qb will do in his first year back at the philly at the helm. >> i'm happy to see a piece of andy reid coming back, better than chip kelly. >> they need a new coach. >> so anybody will do? >> no, not anybody. >> pederson? >> i don't know him like that so i can't really say. >> a lot of people have gone around and told us, listen if you want to get to know doug pederson eagles will formally introduce him tomorrow at the complex in south philadelphia and we will air it live. so tune in on tv or the nbc10 news app. for now, we're live in south philadelphia, keith jones. new at 11, security issues. the fbi and homeland security department say there are concerns recent vandalism in california could be a part of a
complex plot against the super bowl. in more than a dozen incidents, fiberoptic cable was severed all within 50 miles of levi stadium and santa clara, it's one of several risks in an internal memo and potential drones and attacks in crowded spaces just outside the stadium. topping our decision 2016 coverage now the republican national committee is ending its debate partnership with nbc. the rnc announced it will move forward without nbc's participation or partnership for the republican debate in february in houston, texas. in stead, it has awarded that debate to cnn. you might remember the rnc previously suspended it because of the handling of the third gop debate in october. a new nbc "wall street journal" poll finds the contentious republican primary taking a poll
on the party's image. 42% have said the primary made them feel less favorable about the gop compared to 19% feel more favorable while 38% say it hasn't changed their view of the party. the battle of hillary clinton and bernie sanders hasn't changed them quite as much. 28% view it less favorably and 17% view it more favorably and more than half say it hasn't changed their views as a whole. arresting man who pushed a woman onto the septa tracks, kenneth grimes came up behind the woman standing on the platform at the 40th street station. grimes also had a large kitchen knife but didn't use it to attack the victim and she had cuts and scrapes after the fall. the suspect after the deadly shooting at a philadelphia homeless shooting is in custody tonight. the suspect, john brock, turned
himself in earlier this evening. he turned himself in earlier after being evicted from the homeless shelter in south philadelphia. he shot two employees and one died and the other in stable condition at temple hospital. the music world is mourning the loss of another legend tonight, eagles co-founder and legend, glenn frey passed away at the age of 67. ♪ and so did i >> frey formed the eagles in the early '70s along with drummer don henley and became one of history's most successful song writing teams with hits like "life in the fast lane." he died today in new york after battling rheumatoid arthritis, a acool col lightlitis
money money -- as well as pneumonia. >> let freedom ring, living the dream of martin lu thther king . how this little boy's brave fight is inspiring the country. sheena. we have another bitter cold morning tomorrow morning colder than this morning and potential winter storm before the week is over. i'll show you what it looks like as of today.
service. taking a look how people in our area honored his memory. >> reporter: the celebration of the life and legacy of dr. martin luther king, jr. brought people of all ages and life together. >> he changed the whole world and country. >> reporter: at the united methodist church in center city where the mayor spoke about the king day of service started in philadelphia and continued to spread good will across the nation. thousands considered more than day off. >> not just being off but doing community service and getting out there. >> reporter: a screening of the movie "selma," camden county, was one of several events happening tonight. it capped off a day more than 100,000 volunteers served in 1800 projects in our region whether serving food to the hungry. >> i'm here to donate food and
my support. >> reporter: or applying a fresh coat of paint to namesake martin luther king high school. it's a day of giving back as much as day of remembering. >> the least we can do is continue to work for the ideals he lived and died for. >> dozens of protesters bringing traffic to a halt in san francisco. the black lives matter group. traffic was backed up for miles. it took police about 90 minutes to get things moving again. there were 25 arrests as well. >> could ranks like mid-shipman become a thing of the past. the navy is considering changing some titles to become more gender neutral. calling for a review of ranks and position titles and to remove the word "man" from those titles. they plan to get feedback from
sailors and plan to outline in the e spring which titles should change and how. tonight, we want to tell you a story of "iron max," a boy from new jersey that led to a feature in comic books. he has a disease that leads to blood clotting and a comic book fan. when max needed a port at the hospital in philadelphia, his dad got creative and told max he would have a metal disc in his chest like ironman. when marvel caught wind of max's story they wrote a story about iron max and his disease. >> how proud are you to be in the ironman book? >> proud. not just pretty proud, proud. >> i think he's proud. that issue of ironman also featured a real photo of max on the back cover. his dad hopes it inspires others
fighting battles of their own. >> and we're hoping it will help with fighting this storm on the way. >> we have a potential thunderstorm as we go to the end of the week. before we get to that, we're talking about a cold morning tomorrow morning. we were feeling like single digits and tomorrow like zero degrees. many areas north and west below zero and then a winter storm as we go to the weekend and talking about potential snow. we have several days before we get there so we're adjusting the forecast as we feel the snow getting closer. mines min minus 2 in redding, minus 11 in the poconos. everyone right now close to zero. as we go to tomorrow morning, it will be a very cold start to the day. the bus start forecast, you may want to have your kids sit in
your car until the bus gets here. minus 4, philadelphia area, new jersey and delaware feeling like zero. by the afternoon, temperatures not getting out of the teens so it will stay cold and windy all day long. we are dry on satellite radar. maybe wednesday night a few snow showers or flurries, but in the pacific ocean will eventually move across the country for the end of the week. here's a look at what the temperatures will do overnight tonight. feels like temperatures dropping down early morning hours by zero degrees by the afternoon. barely above 10 degrees and windy and cold and 10 degrees wednesday afternoon. closer to 30. wednesday night, snow showers possible, nothing that should be a big deal. and friday what i showed you in
the pacific, by friday, should be moving to the carolinas. this is the latest look at the computer models. by saturday, south of the area. the air mass in place at the time of its moisture giving us snow north and west. philadelphia area snow to mix and the shore, snow to rain. as of today, these things will be getting tweaked. you want to stay tuned throughout the rest of the week, until the end of the week. tonight, low temperatures low to middle teens and feeling like zero degrees. high temperatures mid to upper 20s but it will still feel way colder through the afternoon. wednesday, a very cold start but wednesday and thursday, and we will have more update dates as we go through the rest of this week. john. coming up here, highlights from a double overtime thriller between sixers and knicks.
sincerely, alex payne. fellow dad and fellow citizen. it is one year as an eagles -- in his one year as an eagles quarterback, doug pederson started nine games and replaced by rookie donovan mcnabb and released after the season. they hope the head coach will bring much more success. the bird landed this morning and made his way to the complex. pederson will address the media
tomorrow and we'll have his introduction live. ceo jeffrey lurie said doug is a strategic thinker who knows how to get the best out of his players. all these factors were what initially attracted us to doug and we believe he is the right man to help us achieve our ultimate goal. a source has confirmed former lions head coach, jim schwartz is in town in regards to the eagles defensive coordinator opening and reported he has gotten the job on the offensive side and pederson is planning to hire eagles frank reich to handled the offense in philadelphia. up three, 10 seconds remaining, carmelo anthony, leave him alone, he can do that. puts a three down to drain,
sends the game to overtime. sixers up in ot and finishing one of 16 assists for smith. sixers down three and inbound, covington banks it in to send the game to a second overtime. too much carmelo in this one. he will back down covington and hit the fade away j as sixers fall 119-113. the nhl will not hand down supplemental discipline to ryan white for this hit on tomas jurco of the red wings last night so he will be available when they host the maple leaves tomorrow night. number 4 in the latest ap basketball pohl. your look at sports. we'll be right back.
the republicans in harrisburg were fighting each other over the state budget. that's right. each other. the republican state senate passed a responsible budget that "begins" to fund education but the republican house of representatives has insisted on a budget that fails to fund education and balloons the deficit. call your legislator, tell them to pass a budget that's right for pennsylvania.
a new jersey student has his message in a bottle answered, thanks to social media. back in january 2014, tommy t s tossed this bottle into the water in ocean county. it included a note that said, write us to about your good fortu fortunes. little did he know this would go on an incredible journey across the atlantic where earlier this month a french artist found the bottle on the beach in this village of brittany in northwest france. inside was a mailing address to loyola university in maryland. after 3 1/2 days and facebook post that reached 13,000 people, the bottle was tracked back. he learned it works, old school. >> probably going to do it again see. probably so with a new message. our message tonight is bundle up. bundle up with the kids. especially at the bus stop tomorrow morning. it will feel like zero degrees. farther west of philadelphia, it will feel below zero. and the first alert friday and