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drying out after a cool and soggy start to memorial day. the weather is improving for your holiday plans. >> honoring the fallen. ceremonies and parades around our area are marking the true meaning of memorial day. and the last meal is set to be served at a local landmark. a beloved restaurant is hours away from closing for good. >> nbc 10 news starts now. soldier at arlington national cemetery where president trump you see there is taking part in the hour he is expected to give a speech. let's watch. >> present arms! @@@@@
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>> this is always a profound and somber moment as we watch the president at the tomb of the unknown soldier in arlington cemetery. we'll try to come back to this in a moment. >> meanwhile, we are also keeping an eye on our weather on this memorial day and here is a live look at center city where it is cloudy and cool, but will we see more rain today? >> if you're at the shore, it is not beach weather quite yet. here is a live look right down
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the shore at cape may, but will thing improve before people have to pack up and head home? >> good morning. i'm vai sikahema. >> i'm katy zachry. you might think you'll have to cancel that barbecue, but that's not necessarily the case. >> chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz is here with the forecast. >> hi, vai. a gloomy start to the day, and we still have clouds around and you can see the top of the comcast building cut off and that means the clouds are low. we do have some showers moving through to philadelphia itself, but this is the last of it, back to the west it's dry. farther to the south it is dry and so this is the last of the rain. this is light, but it's taking its time moving through over the next couple of hours. that rain will be moving out. now we do have still a lot of cloud cover around as you can see here, but you may be seeing
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some breaks through the southern portions of the jersey shore later on during the day today. >> here is the future cast, hour by hour. you can see some of this clearing taking place in south jersey, delaware, and nothing more than an isolated shower this afternoon. most of us are just not going to get any rain this afternoon and again, conditions improving hour by hour as we go through the rest of the day. it's 59 now. only 60 at the shore, so it is cool, but as you can see, the temperatures stay in the 60s across most of the area today, but you don't see those raindrops, the 71 degrees in parts of delaware and at the jersey shore, for example, cloudy skies most of the day, but later on, at least a little bit of sunshine. we'll see what the rest of the week holds. >> memorial day is more than
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just barbecues and the unofficial start of summer. >> there are events around our area today to help people remember the true meaning of this holiday. pamela osbourne is live in media with a look at one of them and how delaware county is marking the day. >> reporter: hi, katy, vai, the parade was meaningful for the people gathered here today to observe the holiday. ♪ ♪ >> reporter: that's the pencrest marching band performing along the parade route. they were joined by veterans organizations and a handful of others as they made their way to the courthouse for a ceremony. we spoke to one woman who brought her granddaughter to the parade. she tells us it's important for her to understand that the freedoms she is growing up with did not come without sacrifice. here's what memorial day means to her. >> it's celebrating our freedom and thankful for our veterans that went to war. my father was a marine. my son-in-law is a marine and my
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stepson was in the army. so this is -- this means something to me. >> reporter: and the keynote speaker at today's ceremony, a hometown hero from delaware county, ralph golati served in the vietnam war. he spent 14 months as a prisoner of war. so a big thanks to him, all of our other service men and women and their families this memorial day. reporting live in media, i'm pamela osbourne, nbc 10 news. >> pam, thank you for that report. a tribute to fallen heroes at the vietnam memorial this morning. students from gerard academic music program and the lasalle college prep school, prep high school created this display using 700 american flags and it is to symbolize, respect, honor, courage and sorrow. five minutes after 11:00 on your memorial day. time to check traffic from
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francesca ruseio. >> we are doing just fine in the 60s and on the schuylkill expressway eastbound, we're seeing slower traffic moving in the 30s and 95 southbound for philadelphia. we are doing just fine and this picture will be changing come this afternoon when everyone is heading home from the jersey shore for their memorial day. we have a situation and it was in new castle county and we are closed because of an accident between state route 299 and pole bridge road. we are seeing traffic, and you're better off hopping off on route 9 just to avoid that accident. septa are running on special holiday schedules and amtrak and new jersey transit right on time and on schedule. vai, back over to you. >> francesca, thank you. this morning a family is demanding justice after a brother and sister were shot and
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killed inside their kensington home. police say they were found yesterday inside a second-floor bedroom of a house on clearfield street. a woman who identified herself as the sister of the victims has a message for the killer. >> we are coming for you. we're going to get you, believe me. it's not the end. >> our brother raymond, first of all, was a good brother. he didn't deserve that. tina was a god-fearing woman. she didn't deserve that. >> neighbors say they hadn't seen the woman since friday, but it is not clear when the pair was killed. no weapon has been found. a suspect is under arrest in the deadly double stabbing. nbc 10 was on the scene on frankfurt avenue. the violence inside an apartment last night left one man dead and another in critical condition. investigators are trying to determine a motive. >> to south jersey now, a hazmat situation is under control in cumberland county, neighbors in millville reported a strong
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smell of sulfur on north 8th and e streets last night. first responders and crews found a chlorine leak and so far there have been no reports of anyone injured or sick. >> oh -- >> the lehigh valley now, you just saw a barn collapse after a fire in north hampton county. a viewer shared this video with us of a barn coming down in lehigh township. firefighters blocked off traffic on cedar drive for people's safety. no animals were inside the barn and no one was inside either. it is unclear what started the fire. >> today south jersey, the aquarium is wrapping up shark awareness weekend. guests can find out about shark species, medical care and shark behavior. guests can donate money to will go to the non-profit for research and tickets for $10 for military members. >> that knowledge may come in handy as there are two great white sharks swimming off the
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shore of new jersey. one of those, a 16-footer named mary lee has surfaced and the other shark, cisco was last spotted between cape may and rehoboth beach and you can see where they are on nbc.com. today was your last chance to pose with roke for the next two weeks. the area around the base of the statue will be closed for improvement beginning tomorrow. >> the beginning of parks and recreation are improving perimeter protection. >> happening today it's your last chance to grab a bite to eat and a beloved center city diner, famous for its late-night meal, and little pete's diner will serve up the meal this afternoon. the diener has been a fixture on south 17th street at chancellor. it's been serving meals 24 hours a day for nearly four decades. according to city zoning notices the diner will be torn down to make way for a new hotel. >> president trump returned from
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his overseas trump over the russia investigation. questions continue to swirl around his son-in-law. this morning the president has made a new statement about jared kushner. we'll have it coming up. and a wild ride, an accident caught on tape leads to the shutdown of the water slide. we'll tell you how the that 10-year-old boy is doing. well, when you return to work tomorrow the rain may also be returning. i'll show you when we might see more wet weather ahead in your first-alert forecast. nbc 10, your number one news at 11:00. count on it.
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try super poligrip free. ♪ here's another live look at arlington national cemetery on this memorial day where president trump has just laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier. the president is expected to make a speech shortly after 11:30, about 15 minutes away. >> meanwhile, following his overseas trip the president is facing new questions about the russia investigation. >> multiple sources confirm the president's son-in-law and adviser jared kushner is under scrutiny by the fbi, but it is not currently known if he's a subject of the investigation. according to "the washington post," kushner tried to set up back-chann back-channel communications with russia. >> i think i would just wait. it sounds like he's more than glad to talk about all of these things. >> yent see a big issue here relative to jared. >> there ought to be a review of
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his security clearance to find out whether he was truthful. >> this morning the president gave a statement of support for kushner to "the new york times." the president told "the new york times," quote, jared is doing a great job for the country. i have total confidence in him. he is respected by virtually everyone and is working on programs that will save our country billions of dollars. in addition to that, and more importantly, he is a very good person. a fund-raising effort for the families of three men has topped nearly $800,000. the amount of money raised continues to grow included on a fund-raising page set up by a muslim organization. the men were attacked as they came to the aid of two young women who were being attacked by a man yelling anti-muslim serves. >> a man who tried to help said he's never seen -- >> i have never been prepared for two men, knife down in an attack.
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>> the suspect, jeremy christian was arrested on murder and attempted murder charges. south korea's president has called for a security meeting just hours after north korea conducted another missile test. the u.s. military says north korea fired what appears to be a short-rangetñoff their east coast this morning. the missile was tracked for six minutes until it landed in the sea of japan. that's 280 miles from where it launched. on sunday, north korea also claimed to have tested a new type of anti-aircraft-guided weapon. >> arrests continue in england in connection with last week's manchester suicide bombing. right now british police have 14 people in custody linked to the attack and today police announced on twitter that a 23-year-old man was arresteded on suspicion of terrorism. a neighbor said the arrest comes as a surprise. >> it was on my way home and going to my girlfriend's house and there were police and i
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didn't know what was going on. >> 22 people died when a bomb went off minutes after an ariana grande concert ended a week ago. john mccain commemorated, australia, a staunch u.s. ally sense troops to fight in several u.s. wars to fight alongside soldiers, iraq, vietnam and korea. >> a water park in san francisco is looking into this situation. a 10-year-old boy launched right off a water slide. take a look at this child flying off the three-story slide. the boy only suffered scrapes and bruises, amazingly. the park is investigating what went wrong. now your nbc 10 first-alert weather. >> well, here we come back. and here comes the last of the rain, all right?
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it looks pretty ugly out here in center city. the flags are blowing, but it's going to be improving this afternoon. it's going to take a while, but it's going to be improving. 59 degrees. cloudy skies out there right now. we've got clouds across the area. some raindrops on the lenses in delaware, also in parts of new jersey, but as we take a look at the radar, you will see improvement. now it's not going to improve a whole lot at the shore. they see a brightening of the skies and there's sunshine later today. it's not going to warm up a whole lot with the rain coming in off the ocean and 60 in cape may point and 69 in wholegate so it's not going to be a beautiful, sunny day, but this afternoon it's okay for the barbecue coming up. don't give up on the outdoor activities, improve some for the shore during this afternoon.
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the next threat of rain comes in tomorrow morning and it will have to wait until wednesday for 80-degree temperatures. we've had temperatures well below normal for quite a while now. today, not even reaching 70 degrees so there's the last of the rain showers moving through. these are light, as you can see on the radar except for right near trenton right now and little patches of light rain moving to the east so just be a little patient and we have dry air moving in from the west and also dry air will build up from the south and then we have a little gap until the next system comes in. so here we are during the afternoon. by 3:00, you can see we've got sunshine here in south jersey. i'm not necessarily expecting a bright, sunny afternoon, but certainly better than it is right now. by 6:00, it's not too bad and it's dry.
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this evening, not too bad, nice and dry. a lot of clouds by tomorrow morning and low clouds and fog and we may see some showers and even some thunderstorms in the morning hours for the most part tomorrow, and then a lot of clouds, too. so it's not necessarily going to be a beautiful day tomorrow. another round of showers or storms tomorrow night. so what do we have here? we have temperatures in the 60s today with the rain ending. tuesday, we've got some more showers and storms at the jersey shore. it's chilly tomorrow, but temperatures will be going up toward the rest of the week. vai? >> all right. thank you, glenn. a unique theater production is under way in philadelphia. >> it tells the story of slavery by bringing back voices from the past. we'll explain how coming up. ♪ ♪ >> another live look at the
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memorial day and memorial day at arlington national cemetery, and we'll try to bring it to you live when we come back. ♪
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this is nbc 10 news. a new local theater production is bringing voices from the past into the present. this new work examines the journey of african-american slaves from the time they were captured until they were freed. it's called one more river to cross, and joining us now to tell us more about the show is director james jackson. thank you for joining us and also next to james is sarah osi scott, one of the story tellers of the show. >> tell us a little bit how you took stories from the past from actual slaves and put it on the stage. >> well, the script is written by pulitzer prize winner lynn notage and she takes the
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narratives from the writer's project which is part of the wpa in the 1930s and combines them into an arc that creates an arc about slavery all of the way from the africans captured through the emancipation. what did you find most interesting about these stories? >> what's amazing is that art. usually when you have a historical document it doesn't connect, you know. there doesn't seem to be a whole -- there's just, sometimes, you know, the interest can't be held, and lynn did an excellent effort in making this into one, solid narrative. >> osi tell us about your role in the show. >> sure. my role as one of the story tellers, i am woman, number one. they're storytellers, although my character is listed as woman number one, i actually speak the
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voices of 13 individuals. so 13 former slaves who were interviewed during the federal writers project as lynn adapted the play, each character speaks the voice of multiple characters. and so it's very multi-facetted and it's hard to really describe a specific character because i had the voice of so many. >> what's it like, though, being the voice, right? of so many former slaves because these stories are true accounts. >> humbling. it's humbling and heavy. the gravity of this piece is so much that every day i'm grateful, and my mission is to give respect to those ancestors who went before me so that i can accurately portray their stories and highlight how important they were in the arc of history. >> james, let me ask you. how are people responding to it? it just opened this past weekend.
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>> our review in the d.c. metro arts was amazing. people, we hold talkbacks at the end just so that people can, you know, get a little further grip on the story, and people have been amazed by what we're doing, you know? >> it's resonating with audiences. >> it is. yeah. >> great. thank you so much, james and osi, we'll give viewers a recap of where they can catch the show. the show is performed thursdays through sunday until june 11th and all performances are at the latvian society and that's 531 north 7th street in philadelphia and for a link to more information tap on the nbc 10 mobile app. >> thank you, katy. a memorial day tradition continued today, pamela osborne is there. >> reporter: vai, we're in media this morning and when we come back from the commercial break we'll take you inside of a
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it's 11:30 on your monday. it's not the best day at the jersey shore. this is a live look at cape may where the memorial day weekend is coming to an end. will things improve before people head home later today. >> nbc 10's first alert chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz is here with the forecast. glenn? >> it's not exactly going to be a great beach day this arc afternoon, but it will be improving in philadelphia where we have rain right now. you can see the drops on the lens here and the flag's blowing
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and the wind is coming in off the ocean, but this is the last batch of the rain. you can see it's dry back to the west and we don't anticipate any more developing. so it was right over philadelphia and now it's moved into new jersey. so the progression continues. we've been telling you since last week that the best part of memorial day is going to be in the -- toward the end of the day and we're still expecting that, and maybe a little bit of sunshine in parts of southern delaware and extreme south jersey, but there's still a lot of clouds around and once the rain goes out, at least things will improve a little bit. you can see on the futurecast, some of that sunshine developing later on during the afternoon. we'll see how the rest of the week's shaping up coming up. glenn, thank you. >> happening right now, this is a live look at arlington national cemetery where president trump is speaking at a
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memorial day ceremony. let's listen. >> loved ones they left behind, special, special people. i especially want to extend our gratitude to secretary john quelly f kelly for joining us today. incredible man. [ applause ] >> i always like to call him general. he understands more than most ever could or ever will the wounds and burdens of war. not only did the secretary proudly serve in the military for more than 40 years enduring many hardships, but he and his incredible wife karen have borne
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the single most difficult hardship of them all, the loss of their son robert in service to our country. robert died fighting the enemies of all civilizations in afghanistan. to john, karen, heather, kate, andrea and the entire kelly family, today 300 million american hearts are joined together with yours. we grieve with you. we honor you and we pledge to you that we will always remember robert and what he did for all of us. thank you, general. no, sir no, sir [ applause ]
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>> the kelly family represents military families across the country who carry the burden of freedom on their shoulders. secretary kelly is joined today by his son-in-law jake, a wounded warrior and the secretary's son johnny will soon leave on his fifth deployment. it is because of families like yours that all of our families can live in safety and live in peace. to every gold star family who honors us with your presence, you lost sons and daughters, husbands and wives, mothers and fathers. they each had their own names, their own stories, their own beautiful dreams, but they were all angels sent to us by god, and they all share one title in common, and that is the title of
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hero. real heroes. [ applause ] though they were here only a brief time before god called them home. their legacy will endure forever. general douglas macarthur once said that the soldier who is called upon to offer and to give his life for his country is the noblest development of mankind. here, at this hallowed shrine we honor the noblest among us, the men and women who paid the ultimate price for victory and for freedom. we pay tribute to those brave souls who raced into gun fire, roared into battle and ran into
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hell to face down evil. they made their sacrifice, not for fame or for money or even for glory, but for country. we are privileged to be joined today by a man whose life demonstrates the values of service and sacrifice. senator bob dole here with his wife senator elizabeth dole. [ applause ] [ applause ] >> senator dole fought bravely
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in world war ii and was severely wounded by german fire. in just a few weeks bob will be celebrating his 94th birthday. [ cheers and applause ] and, bob, i know i speak for millions of grateful americans when i say thank you. thank you, bob. [ applause ] >> we thank you not only for your service, but for helping us to remember your fallen comrades, and the countless american patriots who gave their lives in the second world war. since the first volley of gun fire in the revolution, brave americans in every generation have answered the call of duty and won victory for freedom in
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its hour of need. today, a new generation of american patriots are fighting to win the battle against terrorism, risking their lives to protect our citizens from an enemy that uses the murder of innocents to wage war when on humanity itself. we are joined today by the wife of specialist christopher horton who rests on these so beautiful grounds. as jane tells us, chris was a man who loved his country with every part of his being. in 2008, chris enlisted in the oklahoma army national guard. he trained as a sniper, becoming known as one of the best shots anywhere at any time.
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he was a talented, tough guy. while chris was in the national guard, he was also a volunteer police officer, in everything he did he was thinking about how he could serve god, serve his family and serve his country. in 2011 he deployed for the first time to afghanistan. chris knew his job was one of the most dangerous there was, but he was determined to go after the enemy at any cost to himself. his mission helped target terrorists who helped to destroy innocent people. just two months after his first deployment chris was near the pakistan border trying to eliminate an enemy cell that was doing so much damage, and that was planting deadly roadside
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bombs against his unit, and the units of many others. standing watch with his comrades, he died in the ensuing gun battle with enemy forces. chris sacrificed his life to protect his fellow soldiers, and to protect all americans. he was awarded the purple heart and bronze star for his courage. at only 26 years old, chris secured his place in our hearts for eternity. jane, america grieves with you. our whole, entire nation sends you our support, our strength and our deep, deep love.
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you lost your husband and america lost a hero, and together, we will preserve his memory today, tomorrow and always. thank you, jane. [ applause ] thank you, jane. >> you've been listening to president donald trump speaking at arlington national cemetery, honoring men and women who have lost their lives in defense of this country. we'll be right back.
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on this memorial day we want to tell you about a golf tournament tomorrow that will honor military members. the philadelphia trust pga classic starts tomorrow in plymouth. to join us more to tell us about it are kevin mccluskey and the ceo of hartford trust. let me start with you, first of all, you lost both your legs and it didn't stop you from golfing and you lost it on a tour of duty in afghanistan, but tomorrow you're going to tee off the -- you're going to start the tournament off by hitting the first ball, and you also talk about how much golf has helped you as you assimilate back into civilian life. tell me about that. >> yeah. it was weird how it came about. i was just out with a few friends and we weren't -- i wasn't planning on golfing, and i didn't want to, but they
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talked mead into hitting a ball. >> you never golfed before you lost your legs? >> i'd never golfed until four and a half years ago, and i ended up hitting the ball and it kind of went straight, so i figured i would give it a try. >> look at the video of you that's pretty awesome. are you nervous at all when you line up on the first tee? did you do this before? >> i did it one time before, and it was tough because everybody is staring at you and you're, like -- >> people are lining up along the -- >> yeah, it was a little nerve-racking, but i ended up hitting a 3 wood instead of a driver because i didn't want to shank it in the woods. >> he's doing fine. he's a 13 handicap. >> yeah. >> your company will present a donation to the pga hope foundation. tell us more about that foundation and how it helps veterans by providing free golf instruction. >> in a small way, it's our way
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of giving back and honoring and being grateful for the service and the dedication and the commitment and sacrifice that kevin and the men and women that serve in our military have given us in protecting us. so it's an opportunity for the sectional pros to give them free lessons, to give them services throughout the course of the whole year and have them assimilate back into society. >> kevin, getting back to you, we're showing you playing and the guys jumping around who are playing with you. you know, it strikes me that people who do play golf, and i play golf. i love the game, but you play for a different reason. i feel like you play it in part because it helps -- it helps you get your mind off a lot of things that most of us don't even deal with. >> it is. i think that's been the biggest change. you know, when i came home i did
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hit some dark times and you know, depression kicks in and you don't know where to go because you want to be strong, but you also want to, you know, get everything off your mind. and when golf came into it for me that was -- it changed everything. i got to get out. i got to get away. >> yeah. >> and i turned some music on and i listen to some oldies and hit golf balls and it's a good day for me. >> that is so amazing. the 21st annual philadelphia trust pga classic starts at 7:25 a.m. and just tap the mobile app for more information on it. kevin, thank you very much for your service. >> thank you. >> joe, thank you for all you're doing. >> thanks, vai. >> we'll be right back. now your nbc 10 first-alert weather. no, not exactly beautiful memorial day, but things will improve gradually during the afternoon. 60 with the last of the raindrops in philadelphia and we have some places still in the
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50s, but you see it in delaware where it was raining a few hours ago, things are drying up a little bit and the temperature, well, it's still on the chilly side and much of the area, 59 in greenville, talliville, claymont and 60 in the point and around 60 even at the delaware beaches. obviously, not a great beach day. we had the onshore winds now and as we go through the afternoon it's going to stay onshore. it's going to keep it cool at the beaches even if the sun starts coming out. tomorrow morning it's still an onshore wind. tomorrow afternoon it's still an onshore wind. can't get warm at the beaches as long as the wind is from that direction, but as we head into wednesday, there it goes. so the weather pattern changes somewhat and it can get warmer with that kind of pattern. here's the last of those raindrops coming through the
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area. it's coming through pretty rapidly and now mostly in burlington county, and that will tp continue to move toward the shore and we're drying out in philadelphia and more so to the west and still a lot of clouds, but we may see some breaks in that as we head into the later portion of the day. we have some moisture back to the west that could be affecting us by tomorrow morning. so cloudy, but dry this afternoon. as you can see, temperatures only in the 60s for the most part and perhaps a little bit milder. you can see a little peek of sunshine late in the day, but you can't count on a beautiful, sunny afternoon and it's better than it is now. tonight, you can start to see low clouds and patchy fog throughout the area and we start tomorrow with cloudy skies, no doubt about that and we have the threat of some thunderstorms
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especially in delaware and new jersey and that threat does continue through the morning and the midday hours and for most of the afternoon it's looking dry and another unseasonably cool day, though. we've had several of those. this afternoon, it's dry and some breaks in the clouds late in the day. the later you go in the day the better the weather will come. it's not going to get balmy, but it is going to improve as we go through the afternoon and then another chance of storms tomorrow. >> glenn, thank you so much. thanks for joining us. we just told you about a golf foundation that helps veterans, continuing with the golf theme, we'll tell you about a local tournament that benefits another good cause. we will hold the annual golf classic one week from today and here to tell us more are serena dibianca and the executive director and jennifer aldrich,
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an associate director of clinical medicine at temple university. welcome to you both. y is reasserena, tell us about silowam. >> it was born out of conviction in 1990. the brainstorm happened and we opened our doors in 1995 in the epidemic was still at its height and people were tragically dying. >> what specifically, do you do for those afflicted? >> we really want people to get that to emotional wellness that stigma with aids and hiv is hard. people don't realize it, but it's still there. >> because that can do so much damage. >> the emotional wellness, so we try to let people come and flourish, feel good about themselves and do wellness centers, have a massage and we have so many who said nobody has touched me in 18 years, want my
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hands and coming and getting a massage for that individual was just tremendous. >> jennifer, let me ask you. you're a doctor, talk to us about the wellness that it provides and the importance to the patients? >> it is very important. we as physicians can do so much. >> with medicine. >> yeah. the medicine that we provide does -- it is so much easier for patients to take and i like to say that hiv is forgotten, but not gone, but there is so much stigma now that has not, unfortunately, gone away and one of the things we like to say about silowan that we as physicians take care of the illness, but silowan provides wellness. we're partners in taking care of hiv patients and silowam really provides such great spiritual
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help for patients and helps them in other ways that as doctors can't always do. >> they don't have to be golfers for the golf tournament. >> no. we still have an empty slot so if anyone in the audience would love to golf, please and has a passion for aids, please come and join us. >> here are all of the details. monday, june 5th at the lanarch country club. tap the nbc mobile app for a link to more information on that. again, june 5th. monday. we have breaking news to tell you about right now. golfer tiger woods was just released from jail this morning after being arrested for dui overnight. here's a look at his mug shot. police took woods into custody not far from his home in jupiter, florida. we'll be right back. if you're taking prescription medications,
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our chief meteorologist here for a final look at weather. >> a lot of eyes on you right now and a lot of ears, too. >> not a great start to the day and we've been telling you this for days. the first half of memorial day was not going to be pretty and we had some rain and during the afternoon conditions improve, slowly, not a lot of sunshine, but don't cancel the barbecues because you've just got to get the water off of the grill
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captions paid for by nbc-universal television ♪ the are few places in the world as recognizable as paris, and every year, the best in tennis descend on this iconic city. for one of the most challenging tournaments in the sport. play is under way at roland garros and on the men's side two greats already on course, with the king of play tarting his march for an unrivaled tenth round. at last year's champion successfully beginning his title

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