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right now, messages of hate. university of pennsylvania is trying to find out who posted racist messages on social media targeting african-american freshmen. demoted. new jersey governor chris christie will take a back seat on the trump transition team. we will have the details. feeling a bit wintry outside. it is cold this saturday. found these folks bunld elg up near rittenhouse square in philadelphia last night. it will be a similar scene today. we will have more on changes in the forecast in a few moments. thanks for being with us. it is 6:00 this saturday. one of the coldest mornings of the season. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking it all in the first alert neighborhood forecast. krystal? >> i hear people saying we're not ready. we are looking at temperatures in the 30s across the board. some of us are now in the 20s. 27 degrees in vineland.
39 in philadelphia. that's the official temperature. although some parts of the area are already looking at temperatures right at or below freezing. 35 in dover. check it out, atlantic city dropped as well. 29 degrees. that's the current temperature we're dealing with. if you compare to 24 hours ago, we are all looking much cooler than yesterday morning. 14 degrees in coatesville, 15 degrees cooler in wilmington, 21 in atlantic city. when you step out the doors, you're going to need a few layers. i even threw on a scarf. it is a cold start, especially if you get an early start to your day. radar and satellite shows that you don't need the umbrella, leave it home. we aren't dealing with high winds and rain in the forecast. it will be dry and sunny. it is just going to be very cool out there. we aren't expecting temperatures to climb much throughout today. good news as i mention current
winds are lighter than yesterday where we saw higher wind speeds pick up. gusts in the 30s in philadelphia. 10 in allentown, 6 in dover. we will see light winds for the morning into the afternoon. we will talk more about the rest of your saturday through sunday and starting your work week coming up in a few minutes. >> see you shortly, thanks, krystal. university of pennsylvania is trying to track down who posted racist social media messages aimed at black students. monique braxton is live in university city this morning with details and with reaction from campus. monique? >> reporter: hi, rosemary. you could say fear and anger permeate the campus here, especially the class of 2020 here on the university of pennsylvania. governor wolf is calling the racist events here and across the state unacceptable. investigators tell us the racist texts surfacing at u penn appear to be from oklahoma but don't know who is responsible. look at what we are showing you
if you're just joining us, part of what one student received via text from a group identified as trump disciples. we also learned as many as 100 university of pennsylvania students were sent racial epithets and photographs of african americans hanging from trees by nooses from users identifying themselves as daddy trump. the president-elect graduated from penn as did some of his children. the social media app messages sent to students also came in the form of an invitation to daily lynching. >> makes me worried about what's to come, i don't know if it is just cyber or this can become tangible. >> i think it is cowardly, very, very cowardly and i want you to know black students here and black people largely across the world are resilient, this isn't going to break our spirit. >> reporter: they posted a
message that reads these messages are absolutely despicable. hate like this has no place on penn's campus or in our nation. mayor kenny issued a statement condemning hate laced messages. kenny urges full accountability. live outside the university of penn campus, monique braxton, nbc10 news. >> thanks for that. new from overnight, one person in the hospital following a house fire in philadelphia. it happened in olney after 1:00 this morning. crews were able to bring it under control in minutes. we are working to find out more about the victims in the hospital and what caused this fire. in the transition, looks like one of the top surrogates, new jersey governor chris christie is taking on a lesser role. christie is vice chair of the attention process being replaced by vice president elect mike pence. governor christie took charge of transition preparations during
the summer but yesterday the president-elect tapped pence to take over. a source close to the transition tells nbc news says that doesn't meanest out of the running for a top post in the administration but say the issues with the bridgegate scandal haven't helped. >> why have extra distractions, christie to be an extra distraction given his own political situation in new jersey. >> i don't like governor christie. >> i feel like jersey would be in a better place if there was a new governor. >> christie released a statement that reads i am proud to have run the preelection phase of the transition team along with a thoroughly professional team of dedicated people. for a third night, hundreds of people moved along market street in center city. many of them held signs denouncing the president-elect. police escorted the protesters
during the march. police were busy with similar protests on the west coast. this is an aerial view of officers making arrests in los angeles. similar protests in new york also led to arrests. in the next half hour, we will show you the incidents that broke out in portland, oregon including late word of a shooting investigation. it appears that president-elect trump is softening his tone when it comes to obamacare. he told "the wall street journal" he is considering keeping two popular provisions of the affordable care act, one allows adult children to stay on their parents' health care plans. the other requires insurance companies to cover pre-existing conditions. he told 60 minutes he will still replace the law. >> need to repeal and replace it. we're not going to have a two-year period where there's nothing. it will be repealed and replaced and it will be great health care for much less money. >> tens of thousands signed up
for the affordable care act the day after the election. more than 20 million people rely on the law for their health care coverage. last night hillary clinton made her first public appearance in new york since conceding the race for president. the former democratic nominee attended a campaign staff party in brooklyn, and had a conference call to volunteers. >> this is a hard loss for all of us because we know what was at stake in this election and we've got to do everything we can to continue to support the causes that we believe in. >> clinton added an outpouring of support over the last few days has lifted her spirit. seven minutes past 6:00 on this saturday. coming together to take aim at alzheimer's. we will show you where people from our area are walking to
welcome back. let's look at the planner for today. if you want to get outdoors, you can, it will be dry, but prepare for the chilly conditions holding on throughout the whole day. 41 degrees the temperature at 9:00 a.m. some of us likely still in the 30s by 9:00 a.m. we will slowly be making our way into the 40s. by the afternoon, 49 degrees. the high is right in the low 50s in philadelphia and 5:00 starting to drop off at 48. already, of course, the sunsetting. in the suburbs, in the 30s at 9:00 a.m. 47 degrees at 1:00. as we start the afternoon, this
is the cool one for us all around. in delaware, 48 at 1:00 p.m. make it to the lower 50s. same for new jersey and the shore. highs in the low 50s. around lunchtime, still only in the upper 40s. also today good news. winds are going to be lighter than they were yesterday. cool conditions start to break apart, we see warm air moving in by sunday. we will track those temperatures and into the next work week in a bit. >> thanks for that, krystal. starting to feel like winter, we're not there just yet. haven't seen snow. but we need to be prepared. meteorologist krystal klei will be back after the break as the first alert weather team helps you get ready for snowy, cold weather to come.
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one of those days to bundle up. this is citizens bank park in south philly. 39 degrees outside. folks in south philly want to bundle up. a lot of people will be out there walking to raise awareness about alzheimer's disease. the annual walk to end alzheimer's begins at 11:00 this morning. money from the walk works to fund research, care and support. also today in philadelphia, hundreds of people are getting criminal records wiped clean. lawyers and paralegals in association with the bar association and city are hosting free expungement clinics starting at 10:00 this morning at rec centers in east germantown, point breeze, paddington, fair hills. it stems from the state law that extended sealing of criminal records. beginning with a look at the temperatures now. that's the big focus in the forecast today, the
temperatures. so chilly out there, not just for your morning but your afternoon, too. not seeing a huge bump in temperatures until tomorrow. right now, looking at philadelphia neighborhoods. endora, 35 degrees. upper 30s around center city, kensington and graduate hospital. those locations around 38, 39 degrees. that's the same for the airport as well. notice some of the lower 30s on the board, areas like summerton at 31. parkwood, 33 degrees. temperatures we have seen are going to warm up into the 40s. for some of us just around the lower 50s. now looking at pennsylvania suburb temperatures. also chilly. lincoln university at 29 degrees. and they keep going. the lower 30s are certainly going to notice as you step out. we have a frost advisory in
pla place. tomorrow some areas have a freeze watch. radar and satellite, this is a tight view of the area showing no clouds to track. actually this is looking like a sunny day which is deceiving. look out the window, looks sunny, blue skies, you still need layers throughout the afternoon because of temperatures. most remain in the 40s to around the low 50s, at least for today. 51 degrees the forecast for summerton and chestnut hill. douls town, 52 degrees. lehigh valley, 50. high of 48 for allentown. that 50 degree temperature in cookstown. and looking the same in new jersey and delaware. 52 in evesham township. smyrna at 51. plenty of sun in today's forecast as well.
looking at forecast winds for today, not a huge bum from this morning. we are looking at a big difference compared to yesterday. the wind chill factor is not as harsh. we are tracking temperatures along the 10 day forecast. going to be wobbling back and forth a bit. we start to climb. sunday to 62, then back to the 50s monday into tuesday. looks like late monday and tuesday, chances for rain which we have to track. >> in terms of the 50s, 60s, looking good. obviously today getting a little taste of winter coming. >> we are, it is coming. >> next week is the severe winter weather week. every week we are visiting different malls across the area.
>> there's a reason we chose these locations, aside from the fact we want to meet everyone from different neighborhoods. we are going to sponsor them as weather ready ambassadors. less talk about wla that means. from severe storms to winter whiteouts, we live in a region where we get hit hard by winter weather. how do you keep yourself and your family safe when disruptive weather hits. >> all security guards have grab and go bags for any kind of emergency. >> reporter: all the malls, including premium outlets are part of weather ready nation, an initiative led by the national weather service. >> the weather service is trying to get more involved making sure people are not only getting weather information but are prepared to take action based on that information. >> reporter: we met with kate johnson at the outlets to breakdown how they got the designation and how it effects you. >> largely an online training course that the management team went through and security team as well, it told us what to do in events such as tornadoes severe snowstorms which we will be dealing with this winter
perhaps and other types of severe weather that could come through. >> reporter: if shopping on a quiet day or during the holiday rush and rough weather hits, the malls are ready. >> we have an on-going process of scheduling training drills and evacuation drills for different types of storm emergencies. >> reporter: this outdoor mall sends people to exit hallways where restrooms are usually located. >> there's no glass, they're safe to go to in case of tornado, hurricane, that kind of thing. >> reporter: and they're stocked with emergency supplies to keep you and employees safe. >> involves evacuation charts, flashlights, first aid kits, things like that they would need. >> reporter: a life line when you get caught up in dangerous weather. >> monday, kicking off severe weather week. our team will be on the roads to show off high tech weather, tracking equipment like storm ranger 10. we are excited for this. location and dates are on the screen. stop by, check it out.
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last night as good as it gets. playoff football in pennsylvania and delaware. but we begin in south jersey. one of our area's best teams. the number one seed in group two, west deptford taking on delran. the number one seed exerting their will early on. west deptford breaks a few tackles, and he is gone. eagles grab a 6-0 lead. later in the first, misdirection. the tomfoolery fools everyone except the full back. he cashes in. deptford rolls 60-7. >> collingswood going at it in the group two playoffs. abdul bangora. watch him work. settles under the kickoff. catch him if you can like the gingerbread man. 96 yards to the barn. one of two kickoff returns for t.d.s in this game. collingswood hangs on. group four action. cherry hill west and highland.
brian cooey drops the snap, picks it up and throws a prayer. goes through the arms of one teammate into the arms of another. sanders takes it in. it's highland's night. they win 30-8. back in p.a., district one quarterfinals, bishop shanahan and academy park. stroud, nothing shy about this. gets the fortunate bounce and goes the distance. 46 yards in all. academy park advances, 26-13 the final. district one class 6-a quarters. garnet valley and unbeaten neshaminy. jewel ann know scored from 15 yards away. we're tied at seven. second quarter, sam rudolph. rudolph, won't you guide my sleigh. garnet valley up 21-7. they roll, 42-14. let's head to the air for some skylights. more district one action. springford and unbeaten north penn.
north penn up 21-0 but their qb scrambles short of a first down. on the ensuing position, springford's t.j. stones gar selly. beautiful name. springford cuts the lead to two, but north penn hangs on. district one, west chester henderson at upper dublin. salino calls his own number. stretches for the end zone. get in there. just short. but dust yourself off and try again. two plays later he's in. henderson wins a tight one. city action, catholic league final between lasalle and st. joe's prep. prep the number one team in the state forced to punt on their first possession.
they go for the fake, but the explorers ready for it. turnover on downs. lasalle capitalizes off the inside handoff. madden, get you some. staten down the sideline. a 53-yard touch. state joe advances. lehigh valley. subregional quarterfinal matchup. southern lehigh and white hall. zach bill bert connects with harrison. a 35-yard scamper. white hall leads 14-7 at that point and wins 35-14. delaware playoff action. flight b title game. glasgow and st. george's. tavion jones hill, gone. glasgow wins first conference title. 22-7 the final. up next, our game of the week. pottsgrove and interboro playing to keep their seasons alive. playing for the class 4-a district one title. four seconds left. one shot left of regulation. good pickup. no score.
going to ot. potsville leads 27-20. more drama than a soap opera. chris thomas, not sore ordinary game. roll the dice. he said you will not get in here. they win 27-26. that's the high school blitz, appreciate you watching. i am danny pommells, csn. it is 6:27 this saturday. about 39 degrees outside the nbc10 studios. coming up, getting to the bottom of racist messages aimed at african-american freshmen. that's the focus of faculty and authorities, trying to get to the bottom of it. coming up, how students across campus are reacting to messages of hate. a live shot outside philadelphia. still breezy out there and a whole bunch of cool air hanging
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talk about the big chill, it will hit you when you walk out the door. one of the coldest mornings of the season and windy. we'll tell you when it will warm up into the 60s ahead in the first alert neighborhood forecast. and racist messages on social media from self described trump disciples targeting black students at the university of pennsylvania. we are live at penn with reaction and the effort to find out who is behind those messages. hillary called and it was a lovely call and it was a tough call for her. >> president-elect donald trump opens up about his post election phone conversation with hillary clinton. we will have the details.
good morning, it is 6:30 this saturday. it is not winter yet, but this is the first taste of it. we get more on the forecast from meteorologist krystal klei. a lot of people in the 30s this morning. what's going on? >> that's right. we knew this would happen. a week ago we were warning get ready for saturday, some of the coolest temps you've felt. 39 degrees in philadelphia. we have clear conditions out there. you can see from live cam as the sun is coming up, it looks very nice but it is cold. 36 in the suburbs. right at freezing in parts of new jersey, not all of us at 32. we are at 34 in lehigh valley and some areas in delaware are down to 31 degrees. as a result, some of us this morning are under that frost advisory. that frost advisory in place as reminder that some locations that haven't yet hit freezing may do so or get close this
morning. the reason the map isn't under the advisory is because a lot of areas in new jersey and into the suburbs, lehigh valley have seen freezing temperatures several times throughout the last month or so. now we are talking parts of philadelphia, and tracking down to wilmington through delaware and up through cape may county that we are looking at chilly conditions. the advisory in place until 8:00 a.m. this morning. tomorrow there's a watch in place for some of the areas. looking at radar and satellite, clear conditions out there. those conditions hold tight for the forecast. we are talking a lot of sunshine and actually talking warmup of temperatures, it just doesn't come today. we will look at when we start to warm up in a few minutes. >> thanks for that. black students at the university of pennsylvania along with campus authorities are outraged in the wake of racist social media messages targeting freshmen. nbc10 monique braxton is live on
campus with details of this. good morning. >> reporter: as the sunrises over university of pennsylvania, investigators are trying to determine who sent hate filled text messages to students that are traced back to oklahoma. this is one a freshman received from a group identifying as trump disciples. we also learned as many as 100 students sent racial epithets and photographs of african americans hanging from trees by nooses from users identifying themselves as daddy trump. some messages sent in the form of an invitation to a daily lynching, while on campus we saw freshmen attend a town hall meeting last night. we found they're getting support from upper classmen. >> everyone who understands what trump election has done to their
country, we are here in support. >> shock and disbelief. then you kind of start thinking, really, should i be surprised by this? this is racism and it is explicit. >> reporter: mayor kenny urged philadelphia commission of human relations to investigate and issued a statement saying it is heartbreaking to see this type of activity here in the birthplace of our democracy and the city of brotherly love. now, the college republicans call the messages absolutely despicable, condemning them as well. they say hate has no place on the campus of u penn. monique braxton, nbc10 news. two former aides to governor chris christie filed for new trials in the bridgegate case yesterday. you may remember last week a jury convicted them of fraud and
conspiracy. prosecutors accuse them of organizing traffic jams to retaliate against a north jersey mayor who did not endorse christie in 2013. the governor hasn't been charged in the case and denies any knowledge of the scheme. bill cosby expects to restart his hollywood career and be cleared of sex assault charges. his lawyer made that statement as part of the defamation lawsuit against the comedian. the lawyer trying to get a judge to seal documents about information on how much money he makes. seven women are suing him, argue he has no future in show business and you won't be hurt by disclosing that information. dozens of women claim he forced himself on them and assaulted them, one allegation dated back to the 1960s. newly released video shows a haddon officer hanging on as a truck speeds off in a traffic
stop. the officer let go before it plowed into parked cars on october 29th. the suspect then tries to runoff and is shot during a fight with the officer which you see here. in the video you can hear the officer say he was unaware his weapon went off. the suspect is in jail and authorities are investigating this shooting. following the election of donald trump as next president, aenlt trump protests continue including this one in philadelphia on market street. similar demonstrations went on in other major cities. some of them got out of control. >> whoa, whoa! time to move! >> police in portland, oregon used tear gas and flash bang grenades to disburse the crowds. investigators are also looking into a shooting on a bridge in portland where protesters were marching. police made several arrests, report vandalism and at least
one assault. today in the lehigh valley, a pro-trump rally is set for easton. supporters plan to gather at the center circle roundabout starting noon. trump backers encouraged to bring signs and spirit. we are hearing post election revelations from president-elect trump. he told 60 minutes about the concession phone call he received from hillary clinton early wednesday morning. >> it was a lovely call and it was a tough call for her, i can imagine. tougher for her than it would have been for me, and for me it would have been very difficult. she couldn't have been nicer. she just said congratulations, donald, well done. i said i want to thank you very much, you were a great competitor. she's very strong and very smart. >> mr. trump also said former president bill clinton couldn't have been more gracious when he made a similar call wednesday night.
it is a cold start. a lot of us in the 30s, some in the 20s. 39 in philadelphia. that's the official temperature now. some parts of philadelphia are cooler than that. 6:40 this morning. temperatures as we move along start to warm into the lower 40s. about 47 at lunchtime. we are not talking a big warmup
here, only making it to the low 50s. we stay sunny. wednesday is not going to be a factor like yesterday. just about 5 to 15 miles per hour winds. in new jersey, similar but cooler start. 33 degrees now in some parts of new jersey. notice still in the mid 40s by lunch hour. winds are going to be light, starting to shift direction. that's good news. northwest flow keeps us cool. when it moves southwest, temperatures heat up. delaware is very similar as well. reporting station in delaware, 31 degrees. the temperature moving up to the upper 40s by lunchtime. same deal, in the low 50s for forecast highs. we will talk the rest of the weekend, a warmer sunday in a few minutes. 6:41. starting next week, septa making it easier for seniors to get
free rides. the first senior photo id cards roll out this month. they don't have to show their own personal ids. 40,000 seniors have applied for the card so far, septa will be sending them in the mail. still ahead, some college hoop action. villanova begins to defend its title. and the sixers and pacers. is this the night for the sixers to get their first win? all coming up next in sports.
arlington national cemetery. ♪ yesterday president obama laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknown, the remarks focused on veterans, the president called for unity following a divisive election. >> the american instinct has never been to find isolation in opposite corners, it is to find strength in our common creed. unity. from our great diversity. >> vice president elect mike pence attended a ceremony in indiana. he thanked vets for service and courage and assured them of the trump administration commitment to reforming the va. today, atlantic city police are having a fund-raiser for an officer killed in the line of duty. josh vadell was wounded in
september. opening ceremonies at 9:30 a.m. games kickoff at 10:00 today and tomorrow. first responders from the northeast are expected to play in the event. you're looking at pictures of the officer as he left rehabilitation in montgomery county wednesday. dozens of officers from atlantic city and philadelphia greeted him as he came out, eventually walking without a wheelchair. he was shot in the head when he and his partner interrupted an armed robbery outside caesars casino in atlantic city. two men are charged with attempted murder in his shooting. 6:46 this saturday. we check in with meteorologist krystal klei to get more on the chilly temperatures outside. >> i don't want to be the bearer of bad news, a lot of numbers are below freezing. harmony hills at 30. marshallton the same. wilmington, a little better off, 34 degrees. doesn't make much difference. feels colder as you step out the door. you want to layer up.
today you may keep on quite a few layers. it will stay chilly out there. harrington at 33 degrees. milton is the same. reading at freezing, 32. we see low 40s on the shore. lewis beach, 43 degrees. little relief there. a cool start. look at lehigh valley nabl neighborhoods. we are tracking temperatures consistently right around the low to mid-30s across the board. starting out cold, some of us start out freezing. as we move along, we bump up to 40s and a few locations low 50s. that's it, below average for this time of year. we are no longer dealing with rain that moves through. no longer dealing with the winds that picked up behind the cold front. we are dealing with cool air behind the cold front that continues to filter in mostly
from the northwest. we are clear but cool. good news, things are changing in the pattern. this is the pattern currently. when you pull in winds from the north, pulls in cool air as well. we start the 6:00 a.m. hour this morning, moving through the afternoon and evening. notice winds shifting and coming in from the west. that's a good sign for us. that means by sunday afternoon temperatures will be able to boost. winds are pulling in from the west by sunday morning. but sunday morning is going to start out cool, not a lot to deal with when it comes to warm air. we start cool sunday, it warms up nicely by sunday afternoon. here's the forecast for the neighborhood. today, low 50s to upper 40s for forecast high temperatures. plenty of sunshine. 50s to 60s in the suburbs. 52 to 62 in delaware.
sunday is a better day to be outdoors, if you try to decide which day to get outside and rake leaves. sunday is better because you won't be quite as chilly out there. that's good news because of the weather for the falcons and eagles game. kickoff at 60 degrees at 1:00 p.m. by fourth quarter, temperatures starting to drop into the upper 50s. winds 10 to 15 miles per hour. overall should be a good game getting to the lower 60s. more on the ten day forecast coming up. a few minutes before 7:00. start of the "today" show. we check in with sheinelle, stephanie, jose for a preview of what's coming up. hey, guys. >> good morning, rosemary. coming up on saturday morning, the latest on another night of anti-trump protests around the country. more than a dozen arrests. one person shot in portland. this as we get more information on the president-elect's plans for the future and who is being
named in the transition team. >> also ahead, going to switch gears and talk about dave chappelle's big come back to late night. the comedian getting ready to host "saturday night live" after a ten year hiatus from tv. doctors say exercise is good for mom and baby during pregnancy. dylan is finding inner peace as she tries prenatal yoga for the first time. and we finally see the rockefeller center christmas tree in person. >> yes, yes! >> it is beautiful. >> bigger than last year. >> amazing, rosemary. >> a tradition for a lot of people. all right, thanks guys. . happy saturday, danny pommells. sixers looking for the first win of the season, let a five point lead slip with 25 seconds to go.
last chance of regulation for the sixers. joel embiid with a chance at the buzzer. no. we go to overtime. he says never mind the minutes restriction. i am playing in o.t. he gets the basket and the foul right here. 25 points in 25 minutes for joe joe. sixers, 109-105. flyers and maple leafs. wearing 88 to honor eric lindros going into the hall of fame. flyers down a goal. turn it over on the power play. beats steve mason for the shorthanded goal. flyers get doubled up 6-3. eagles head coach doug pederson said today allen barbre will not play sunday. bennie logan is questionable but all signs point to him playing. the college basketball scene begins tonight.
zblt crowd, the way they fill the stands and noise, makes it hard for opponents to come in and play. >> the phils acquire second base man kendrick. he is expected to play corner outfield spot. college hoops. nova, their title defense taking on lafayette on the main line. this was all nova. brunson, cash money from the far side. wildcats up 39. they win by 40. big five, temple hosting lasalle. in the final seconds, a jordan price trifecta from straight away. in overtime, it's d squared. daniel dingle, the lefty hook puts the owls up. they win 97-92.
uncomfortable. patrice banks set out to change that. created girls auto clinic in upper darby that had a preview. it is an auto repair shop staffed by women mechanics. there's a bonus. clutch beauty bar, women can get pampered while getting their car serviced. >> offering a beautiful lounge with a kids play area and the best part, there are mani/pedis and blowouts while you wait. >> grand opening of girls auto clinic and clutch beauty bar november 25th. black friday. deptford mall kicks off the holiday season with a parade that will lead santa to headquarters in center court. there visitors can use an app to check out 3d scenes of santa's workshop and kids can take an elfie selfie. and today they set up christmas village at city hall.
it is modeled after traditional markets in germany with crafts, foods, live entertainment. it opens for the season thanksgiving and runs through christmas eve. one of my favorite traditions in philadelphia. >> i am excited to see that. heard good things, now i finally get to check it out. and we are getting a dose of winter this morning. not officially yet, but live outside, it looks sunny and warm. it is sunny and cool. we are in the 30s this morning. we will warm up in philadelphia to the low 50s this afternoon, but that's about the best we can do. better tomorrow at 62 for the high. then increasing clouds monday, by monday evening through tuesday looking like chances of rain. that's a system to keep our eye on, if it moves closer to us, it could be here. we will have updates about every 25 minutes and back for a full hour at 9:00. "today" show is next. have a good one.
good morning. breaking overnight. violence at the trump protest. gunfire rings out at a demonstration in portland, oregon. one person shot. the suspect on the loose. demonstrators take to the streets from coast to coast. new york, miami, l.a. even iowa and missouri. about face? after vowing to get rid of obamacare during the campaign, the president-elect may keep some parts of the plan. is it a final victory for president obama and what does it mean for you? and shakeup. chris christie out as the head of the trump transition team.