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saturday. thanks for being with us. let's get to the weekend weather with krystal klei. she has details on the cool down. i love the 80s, but we will take it, it is fall. >> everybody is getting ready for fall weather. people were mentioning snow the other day, that's not in the forecast, but we're getting cooler temperatures. people are itching for cooler weather. cold front passing through. that's what brings us cooler temperatures this afternoon, good news if you're outdoors. it will be dry and lower temperatures we look at moving into today, making for a nicer afternoon than say the 89 degree high yesterday in philadelphia. cooler evening as well. temperatures are going to be dropping down into the 50s instead of 60s like we are seeing this morning. there are the numbers. as expected, they're starting to drop off in areas like philadelphia, instead of 72 when i came in, it is 66 currently in
philadelphia. 60 in allentown. dover, atlantic city 68. trenton, 62. that temperature outside as you start your morning. moving into the afternoon, temperatures aren't warming much, all because of that cold front. the front now, you can see where it lines up, passing through our zone. even a few spotty showers trying to pop up in our region, although most of it out of our zone, closer to new york. this will drop to the south as we continue through the later part of today. results will be the effect on temperatures for days to come. we look at how low the temperatures go coming up. we following breaking news from new castle county. police are injured in a house fire in wilmington. flames broke out before 3:00. medics took victims to the hospital. tim furlong is headed to the scene, we will get a live report
in minutes. also this morning, following a developing story out of washington state. police are searching for a gunman that killed four women and wounded another at a shopping mall in burlington. gunfire broke out at the makeup counter at macy's. security evacuated the mall immediately. police released a video image of the suspected gunman here. last seen armed with a rifle, walking toward the interstate highway linking burlington to seattle. in north carolina, protesters filled the streets for a fourth night, demanding answers, this after new video surfaced yesterday showing the moments leading up to tuesday's police shooting of keith lamont scott. we warn you, you may find this disturbing and difficult to watch. >> don't shoot him. >> scott's family released cell phone video taken by his wife. officers shouted at scott to drop what they say they perceived to be a gun. scott's wife said he has
traumatic brain injury and wouldn't hurt them. then we heard gunshots but you don't see the shooting. videos released added to frustration and anger of protesters who gathered again in charlotte. >> did you shoot him? >> my gut reaction was pure sadness, pure sadness for anyone to have to go through that. >> protesters stepped up the call for the police to release the body and dash cam footage of the shooting in charlotte. also in charlotte family and friends gathered to remember justin carr who died thursday after someone shot him in the head during protests and riots wednesday night. his family says he loved life and loved his girlfriend who is expecting their baby next month. >> everybody is saying they're there for me and it is going to be okay, but it is not. i need justin, can't nobody take his place. >> charlotte officials say
police didn't fire the shot that killed carr. they have arrested a suspect in this case and charged him with murder. stay with nbc10 for continuing coverage. we will keep you updated on new information on the air and on the nbc10 app. four minutes past 6:00. 66 degrees outside the nbc10 studios. today hundreds of people will pack fairmount park to raise awareness for circle sell disease. there's no cure. treatment can help. today is the 19th year of the sickle cell 5k walk and fund-raiser. monique braxton is live where registration begins in two hours, monique? this event near and dear to your heart. >> reporter: absolutely. 500 people registered to walk or run so far. this is one of the few events where you can show up at 7:00 and still register to
participate. here is video captured last year. let me show it to you. thousands walking and running to raise awareness and funds for sickle cell research. this event named for reverend walter brandon who spearheaded the first walk before he passed away from complications from sickle cell disease. joining us, his widow, simora, who is continuing the legacy. thanks for joining us. >> thank you for having me. >> reporter: share what you saw in your husband or other people living with the disease. >> it was definitely a transformative experience, witnessing someone being in pain, going in and out of the hospital, multiple surgeries, just the impact of the psychological well-being of the person. i think those that are living with the illness, i hope support is there for you as well. >> there's promising news about medications that some of the patients are taking.
>> yes, there's an fda approved modifying drug that's definitely having impact on improving quality of life of a person living with the illness, reducing the number of crises, going in and out of the hospital, those times reduced. we also have 15 pharmaceutical temperatures in the business of trying to do clinical trials right now as we speak for drugs that are specifically for sickle cell community. >> wonderful news. >> thank you. >> reporter: at 7:00, registration opens. at 7:15, there will be a bell ringing and drum roll where the names of people who passed away because of this disease will be read aloud. monique braxton, nbc10 news. i decided in november i
closer look at the cold front that came in overnight. much cooler air is behind this front. good news for temperatures if
you have outdoor plans. philadelphia, 61 at 1:00 p.m. clouds are clearing as well. 1:00 p.m. in the suburbs, upper 60s, slow to warm here, thanks to the cold front. same in lehigh valley, but more
sunshine in the afternoon. partly cloudy through the morning. delaware, new jersey, cloudy to partly cloudy. in new jersey, just in the upper 60s through low to mid 70s by later in the day. along the jersey shore, cloudiness later in the day as well because that cold front will clip them last before it drops further to the south. as a result, clouds hang overhead even into the afternoon. temperature wise only warming to the lower 70s. we will see breeziness in the afternoon with that cold front. overall temperatures looking nice in the 70s. in days to come, actually looks like a fall forecast, too. we will talk about the numbers coming up. perfect weather to go play in the street today, you can do that and more during the phillies free street festival. from 8:00 this morning until 1:00 this afternoon, city officials close part of south street and several other roads to traffic in philadelphia. the idea stems from a year ago when pope francis was in philly, many streets were closed to vehicular traffic.
the mayor is going to power walk the route. one shop owner expects many across the city will be enjoying themselves again. >> people like to ride bikes with kids and walk in the streets. it was such a great idea, they said why don't we do it again. >> take a look, temporary road closures cover front and south streets, south street bridge, schuylkill river and all the way out to mlk drive to falls bridge. tap the nbc10 app for more details. sometimes real stories are better than anything you can makeup. >> one of the stories happened in allentown. coming up, we'll tell you why a local film makers is reliving a contest from the 1980s that
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6:14. we follow breaking news out of new castle county. people are injured in a house fire in wilmington, report of at least one person trapped. it is on lakeview road. flames broke out around 3:00 this morning. tim furlong joins us live from the scene with more details about what happened here. tim? >> reporter: yeah, rosemary, still trying to figure out what happened. we are quite a ways away. they shut down route 2 through else mere. you can see there's a police car here, about a quarter mile past there is where the neighborhood gets to lakeview road. a row of smaller homes on the south side of route 2. you can't get through here. at this point we are hearing
reports of multiple people injured. our photographer when he got here did see one body pulled out with a flag-draped over the body, typical of a firefighter death. we are trying to get more information. we are going into the neighborhood on foot, the only way to get there. try to get more information and come back. it is lakeview road on the else mere, wilmington line. route 2 is closed at this point. we will try to get more information by hiking in on foot. i left messages for wilmington fire chief, obviously busy time for him now, certainly calls out to the mayor's office, lots of calls to individual firefighters trying to get more information. as we get information, we will bring it to you. live in wilmington, tim furlong, nbc10 news. >> thanks for that. now to decision 2016 coverage. former presidential candidate ted cruz is endorsing donald trump for president. he announced plans on facebook to vote for his fellow republican. at a dinner, he explained the
twofold reason he finally chose to support trump. >> i stood on stage in front of the american people and made a promise i will support the republican nominee. what i am absolutely certain is that hillary clinton is a train wreck who would be a disaster. >> trump says he is greatly honored by cruz's endorsement and looks forward to working with cruz for many years to come. today hillary clinton's daughter chelsea will campaign in johnstown, pennsylvania. yesterday she was in flint, michigan, getting an update on the water crisis. chelsea says she has not been part of her mother's debate preparation but wouldn't be surprised if the flint situation came up monday night. speaking of the monday debate, reports say hillary clinton and donald trump are getting ready for it in very different ways. clinton said to be holding mock
debates with trump stand ins, trump preparing with informal meetings. they're hud egg with advisers and studying video from previous debates. analysts and supporters from both sides are laying out their expectations. >> she has to come out of this debate showing people her heart, her humor. >> donald trump presents himself as a calm, rational leader, that will throw hillary clinton off her game more than anything else. >> monday's debate expected to draw the biggest television audience in decades. count on nbc10 to bring every angle of the presidential debate. special news coverage from 4:00 in the afternoon to 6:30 monday evening. then catch our hour-long debate night special, live at xfinity live in south philadelphia, that starts at 7:00. then the main event. nbc's lester holt will moderate the debate starting at 9:00.
get reaction post debate on the news at 11:00. a look at temperatures. in delaware neighborhoods, a lot of 60s to start the day. 68 in wilmington, harmony hills. reading point right at 70. we drop further to the south, what we are seeing is much of the same. 67 in lincoln, milton, 62. along beach points, warmer. 69. dewey beach at 70 degrees. not a bad start. here's better news. moving into the afternoon, not seeing much warming because of that cold front we have been tracking all morning long. it will keep temperatures at bay through the afternoon, making it feel more like fall than we have the past few days, which is good news because we are now in fall. thursday is the first official day we saw. 89 was the temperature we saw yesterday in philadelphia.
these are forecast temperatures for next few days. lot better off. mid 70s where we should be, that's the average. 74 for today. 73 sunday, and then repeat on monday and tuesday. things are looking great as we move through the next few days. for this time of year, this is where we should be temperature wise, instead of high heat we have seen recycle over and over. also, it is staying dry for the weekend forecast. if you have plans outdoors, a few different street festivals going on, things are okay. saturday, dover through atlantic city, reading as well, the bar takes a jump tuesday over much of the board. that's philly and dover. these areas we are seeing will give better chance for rain tuesday, linger into wednesday. that will be the best chance for rain throughout the next work week. we are not talking a wet work week, just tuesday the focus of that forecast. neighborhoods for today, getting out, 74 the forecast high. 72 in summerton.
suburbs, low to mid 70s through lansdale and lehigh valley. allentown at 73. looking at we will see starting the day mix of clouds and sun. later in the day, a bit more sunshine in the forecast than cloud coverage. in new jersey, trenton, 73. atlantic city, 72, 71 for smyrna. those are temperatures moving into the afternoon today. next several days, not a lot of change. here's the ten day on ten. notice the overnight lows here, big difference from this morning in the 60s. talking mid-50s in the next several nights. that continues into upper 50s. overnight feeling like fall. rain tuesday, cloudiness, mixed with sunshine. wednesday through friday, mid 70s. we finish that ten day forecast in the mid 70s to upper 70s by next monday as well.
sunshine into the next weekend. at this point this is a fall-like forecast we are dealing with for the next ten days. today, citizens bank park becomes the greatest optical course in the fourth annual spartan race. this is video from last year's event. looked cooler out there. today should be a decent day. worldwide racing series exists athletes overcoming structures and obstacles. kids race is planned at the ballpark. it starts at 7:30, runs until 3:30 this afternoon. and an anthem protest planned for temple game at charlotte at lincoln financial field. temple black student union said members will sit during the national anthem. 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick started the protests as a call to end social
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times were tough in allentown in the early '80s. as the song goes, they were closing the factory down. when an am station offered a mobile home as prize of a unique contest, response was overwhelming. nbc10 tracy davidson reports how a filmmaker is telling the story of the billboard battle that played out in our backyard. >> reporter: it was 1982. >> the economy is terrible. reagan just came in office. >> they were living in allentown. >> mortgage race were like 18%. >> struggling to find work or pay for a home. >> the small radio station in allentown decided to hold a contest, put three people on a bill bore, whoever stays longest wins the mobile home. >> an article was it were enin "the wall street journal" and now he wants to relive it. billboard boys premiers sunday. >> first thing got my attention, makes you ask how long could i have stayed.
when i found out they lasted 261 days living over a highway through a blizzard, it is an amazing story. >> he says this was somewhat of a reality show before reality tv. one of the men was arrested for selling drugs at the billboard during the competition. >> sometimes real stories are better than anything you can makeup. this is a case where it didn't need a lot of fluff, it was good enough on its own. >> even though the billboard boys became an international sensation, the real story was about the american people living in allentown. >> i think this story is so uniquely american but also truly is a local story. >> tracy davidson, nbc10 news. >> he says allentown bounced back from the economic downfall and he thinks that story needs to be told as well. it premiers tomorrow at the arts quest center in bethlehem and is open to the public.
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breaking news this morning. a house fire in wilmington has crews working to knock down the flames. a live report is ahead. don't shoot him. >> new sound and images from moments leading to the shooting in charlotte. the philadelphia mayor weighing in on whether videos like this should be released to the public. a live look outside this saturday morning. here's a view of center city,
just a bit cloudy at the moment. it is the first weekend of fall. first alert meteorologist krystal klei says it is a great day to spend outdoors. may want to grab that light jacket. good morning, this is nbc10 news today. thanks for being with us. i am rosemary connors. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking a cool down of sorts. we understand cooler weather, we are going to feel it, especially tomorrow. >> that's right. temperatures this afternoon through sunday much lower than what we have been seeing the last few days so things are looking great for your weekend especially if you want to be outdoors. 66 where we are now in philadelphia. that hasn't dropped since we started this morning when we were still in the 70s. 64 in pennsylvania suburbs. low 60s in new jersey. lehigh valley, and delaware, a little slow to start to drop off, but now at 69 degrees there as well.
live looks outside showing the sun coming up and winds are light to breezy this morning. you may see winds higher. 74 in philadelphia, suburbs, 73, new jersey and lehigh valley valley. partly cloudy conditions start to clear out as we move along into the later parts of the day. that's as the cold front scoots out, we moved out clouds as well. we are looking at a day that will be very nice to be outdoors and pushing out any moisture, meaning dryer conditions as well. there's what we are looking at on radar and satellite. close view shows isolated showers popping up near allentown. maybe clipping as we move along through parts of bucks county and philadelphia, trenton area. looks like mostly this stays just north and northeast of us in terms of chances of showers. in days to come, we have a better chance for rain. we will look at the better chance for rain, when it hits on
the ten day forecast, more details on your neighborhood forecast this afternoon. all of that coming up. we are following breaking news out of new castle county. a house fire sends people to the hospital. crews work to knock down flames on lakeview road when the blaze broke out before 3:00 this morning. tim furlong is on the scene gathering new information. you may have heard in his last report, a photographer on the scene earlier this morning saw crews bring out a body draped with an american flag over it from the scene. also tim furlong spoke to neighbors who say they saw a body transported from the scene. we are continuing to work to confirm that information. we have a live report coming shortly. now a developing story out of washington state. police searching for a gunman that killed four women and wounded another at a
shopping mall in burlington. gunfire broke out at the makeup counter at macy's. security evacuated the mall immediately. police released a video image of the suspected gunman here. last seen armed with a rifle, walking toward the interstate highway linking burlington to seattle. in north carolina, protesters filled the streets for a fourth night, demanding answers, this after new video . the police said they would let them stay if they were peaceful. new video surfaced yesterday. the family of the victim released the video taken by his wife that shows moments leading up to the shooting. the events in charlotte are prompting new debate on when police departments should release their video that they capture on dash and body cams. charlotte police chief said he would not release the video they have in their possession yet. however, in tulsa, oklahoma, the
controversial shooting there. in this case in tulsa, a police officer is now charged with first degree manslaughter. national groups and leaders like presidential candidate hillary clinton have publicly said philadelphia's mayor is also weighing in on this. take a listen. >> to be transparent, get information out to the public as soon as possible. >> so far, charlotte's police department maintained releasing the video will only add to tension and they say it could hurt their on-going investigation. 6:34 on this saturday. just about 66 degrees outside the nbc10 studios. not a bad morning to get out there for a run or walk. that's exactly what people will do in fairmount park today, near the please touch museum for the walter brand done sickle cell 5k walk and fund-raiser, 19th year
for the event. monique braxton has more on the day's events. >> reporter: hey, rosemary. in about 30 minutes, walkers and runners will begin to show up to launch the circle cell walk and run. you can see over my shoulder, the stage being prepared for a short program. look at the video we captured last year. thousands walking and running to raise awareness and funds for sickle cell research. this event is named for reverend walter brandon who spearheaded the first walk before he passed away from complications of sickle cell disease. joining me, his widow, who is to watch her husband endure some of the pain. now people are living much longer. >> yes, they are. my husband was 59 when he passed away in april of '98, but people
are living into their 60s and 70s. one of our board members, retired educator joan lamb bright is 77, living well with sickle cell. >> a lot of it due to new medication on the market. >> new medication. there's an fda drug that impacts your quality of life in terms of being able to go in and out of the hospital. that's limited. crises are limited, those kind of things, there are now 15 pharmaceutical companies in the business of producing a drug that will have direct impact on so it is a very exciting time. we will learn even more at the national sickle cell convention next week in baltimore, maryland >> some live with the disease, some carry the trait, like kenny gamble, we know him well from philadelphia sound. >> that's right.
kenny gamble has come out and made the statement i have sickle cell trait, which is a copy of the gene and didn't know until he had a child born with the trait. never heard of it. he got tested, learned his status. now we say do you know your status. especially in light of the fact that 1 out of 10 african americans is a carrier of the sickle cell trait. >> thank you so much. we will be here at 7:15 when the bell tolls for those that passed away. their names will be read out loud. we will be here when the 5k run and walk launches at 8:30. live from fairmount park, monique braxton, nbc10 news. >> thanks for that. coming up, dumping trump, a philadelphia organization representing black, latino, asian police officers takes a stand against the republican neiman the country's largest cop union. details ahead. approve this message.
well, the first day of fall officially was thursday. if you have been itching for temperatures that feel like it, today is your day. 66 the temperature in philadelphia. the time is 6:40 in the morning. looking at mid-60s to continue throughout the morning, and peaking in the upper 60s at lunchtime. in the afternoon, we get to mid 70s for high temperatures. notice winds start to drop off in the afternoon, clouds start to clear as well, once that front moves out. in the suburbs, more blue skies expected later in the day. still cloudiness this morning with 60s in place. we will still be mid-60s through lunchtime, although i think it will be higher than 65 degrees in some parts of the suburbs. upper 60s, then low to mid 70s this afternoon, 74 degrees for the high temperature expected.
in new jersey, cloudiness out there now. 64 the temperature. some breeziness, winds coming out of the north because that cold front is dropping in from the north. winds fall apart in the afternoon, 5 to 10 miles per hour. and there are the 70s moving later in the day through new jersey. much of the same in days to come. talking 70s that repeat themselves for a few more days. then talking chances of rain. more details on that in a few minutes. some police officers in philadelphia are criticizing the national union for endorsing donald trump for president. yesterday the president of guardian civic league spoke out against trump declaring her vote for hillary clinton. the league represents 2500 african-american, latino, and asian police officers in the city. the president says backing of trump by national fraternal order of police is the wrong choice. she insists trump is divisive. >> you want to be president of the united states, one of the things you need to be doing is
bringing communities together. >> would you call him a racist? >> everything that i read and seen in reference to trump and everything that he stands for, because i have never seen him stand for any people of color ever. >> i reached out to national fop for reaction to the comments but didn't receive a call back yesterday. when the president of the national fop endorsed trump last week, he said he was a proven leader. 6:42 this saturday. we continue to follow breaking news out of wilmington where a house fire sent people to the hospital. we will check back in with nbc10 tim furlong in moments. he has new information.
back to that breaking news in wilmington. a house fire there got out of control in the early morning hours. now as smoke is settling, we're learning new information. nbc10's tim furlong is live near the scene. tim, fill us in on what you know. >> reporter: yeah, we're here about a quarter mile from the scene, hiked in a few minutes ago since last time we saw you. down there, you see fire trucks, red flashing lights on the back of the truck. if you go left there, three blocks in, that's where you find the fire scene. they're cleaning up at this point, hosing hot spots. neighbors say and photographer here from nbc10 early this morning saw one firefighter's body draped in an american flag this morning. a neighbor says other firefighters were taken out. there were a couple of very serious injuries. total of six people injured in the fire in total. trying to get specific numbers. again, the fire chief in wilmington hasn't taken my call,
has other things on his mind. we are working the phones, trying to get information about this at various hospitals in the area and places like that. again, one firefighter appears to have lost his life, at least one firefighter based on what the photographer saw, what neighbors tell us, and one firefighter inside at the scene told me. we are obviously keeping our fingers crossed for the other ones taken out of there as well. a traffic note. if you come anywhere near wilmington, this is route 2 that turns into kirkwood highway. this is a major thoroughfare east and west. this road is entirely closed off in this area of route 2 by the bridge, by the old skating rink and the mcdonald's. that entire road is closed. you need to find a way around, lancaster avenue maybe, that area. still working this, trying to get more information. as soon as we get information, we will bring it to you. live in wilmington, tim furlong,
nbc10 news. and now switching gears, talking about the forecast today, starting with temperatures this morning that are pretty manageable. low 60s across the map in the jersey shore neighborhood. 67 in dennis township. 70 ocean city, atlantic city at 69 degrees. a couple degrees cooler there at egg harbor. temperatures in the 60s in the afternoon, only making it low to mid 70s. not a lot of warming today thanks to a cold front that will keep clouds overhead along the shore today. on the radar and satellite, clouds are already in place, the cold front already passing through our zone. we have a few isolated showers moving through allentown, may clip bucks county through trenton and mostly remain north of us, but showers are spotty at best. nothing to effect your morning start, whether driving or
heading out for a bike ride. things are looking good and will be the rest of today as well. through the rest of today and sunday, feeling a lot like fall which makes sense because we are into fall season. saturday, 74 degrees. in the suburbs, the same. most of us around valleys in the low to mid 70s. sunday, similar, lower in spots. really feeling effects of that cold front at 70. 69 on the jersey shore. monday looking back into the low to mid 70s as well with just clouds mixing with sunshine. that's ahead. chance of rain that move in tuesday across the board. eagles game tomorrow, kickoff at 4:25. if tailgating beforehand, great day for the game. sunny at the start time. 73 degrees the temperature, by end of game just dropping into the mid-60s. overall, should be a nice
forecast both for being outside ahead of the game and during the game for the big eagles game tomorrow. your neighborhoods today. high of 73 in bethlehem. same for lehigh valley. suburbs, low to mid 70s. 71 in phoenixville. 74 in philadelphia. fairmount the same. looking at new jersey, trenton about 73 degrees as well as haddonfield. jersey shore, not a lot of warming, still some clouds. delaware, wilmington at 74 for the forecast high. temperatures not changing on the ten day on 10, something we will get to in a few minutes. good morning to you. time for the blitz. one of the featured games in south jersey, a battle of
unbeatens. creek. ♪ nothing like that horn section. strike up the band on this friday night. second quarter, timber creek up until jared baker gets through the defense and scampers in for the score. that was fool's gold. the charger defense stiffens. wicked hit later in the quarter. all timber creek in this one. 49-7 the final. seneca and camden. the camden cheerleaders getting the crowd ready to go. love that purple and gold. the home team puts on a show as well. drew harris whips a pass to ja juan hudson. they win 27-7 all alone in the end zone. camden up 7-0. easton and white hall. gilbert with the zone read.
they trounce through them, 62-28. ouch. castle rock and abingdon. the kids with the three names can usually ball. look at him go. defenders just in his wake as he goes 33 yards to the end zone. city action. ben franklin and washington. you got to love the electrons nickname. devin darden airing it out. near side to justin white. he's into the green. 25-yard touchdown. ben franklin rolls 65-18. central on the road at frankford. it was all central in this one. the lancers keyshawn grant finds some room, and he gone. central stays perfect, shutting out frankford 28-0. >> jordan rogers, again, three names, pay attention, picked off. that intersection, tight one,
26-22. southern hosting king. he takes it around the outside and has some wheels. finds open space. catch him if you can like the gingerbread man. king walks away with a win, 22-16. time now for a bird's-eye view with some skylights. cd west hosting bensalem. bensalem's drasaun moore with the handoff to keith parrish iii. he's off and runs it 51 yards and gets the pylon. they mark him down for one. he will later score on the drive and hang on for the win, 28-21. archbishop looking for their win. he airs it out for a 27 yard score. wood wins 37-21. north penn looking to go 5 and 0 hosting pennridge. he finds a wide open thomas.
north stays unbeaten. smyrna, this time around, let ee brown on opening kickoff finds a scene. smyrna going away, 60-26 the final. here are the candidates for next week's game of the week. imhotep taking on malvern prep. st. joseph at pennsville. springfield, delaware county. call or text your vote to the
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it is getting lighter later in the morning. we have to fall back soon. it is the season. >> yeah, we are in fall. temperatures are finally reflecting that. weren't the first few days of fall. live look outside. there's a cold front passing us. good news, it pulls out the clouds and moisture and drop temperatur temperatures. instead of the 80s, we will be in the 70s. great news, beautiful for the
eagles game sunday. tuesday, chance of rain, mid 70s continuing into the weekend. this is fall-esque forecast. >> nice to see the 50s in overnight lows. getting down there. >> we are. we are seeing 50s. wouldn't be surprised in lehigh valley if we have 40s the next few nights. prepare for cooler temperatures. >> and cloud cover out there now will eventually break up. >> start to break up in the afternoon. more partly cloudy, mostly sunny mix through the afternoon because clouds are going to move out with the front itself. >> all right, we will take it. that does it for us for now. an update in about 25 minutes. then on earlier at 8:00 for a full hour of news. "today" show is next. have a great day. see you shortly. when pat toomey went to washington, he didn't stop...
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good morning. breaking overnight. mall shooter on the loose. an
all-out manhunt for a gunman who walked into a macy's in washington state and started firing. >> i have two victims down bleeding in the makeup section. i have one rifle left in the area. >> five people killed. and this morning, a community on edge as the warning to stay indoors. we are on the scene. video controversy. protesters take to the streets of charlotte for a fourth night. hours after the family of keith scott releases the video showing the moments before and after the shooting. >> he has no weapon. don't shoot him. don't shoot