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something right out of harry potter. after being spoiled for several days with perfect weather, it's all coming to an end. when temperatures are going to plummet. keep it here. your news in 30 seconds. >> live from center city in philadelphia this is fox 29 news at 10. we begin tonight at 10 with breaking news out of west oak lane. skyfox over the intersection of 72nd and ogontz avenue where
police are telling us that three people were shot. this happened just after 9:00 o'clock tonight. investigators say the men were rushed to einstein medical center where they are all in stable condition. police say whoever pulled the trigger is still on the run tonight. as investigators give us more information, of course, we will bring it straight to you. you decide 2016. as time winds down in the race for the white house, the nominees make a final push for pennsylvania. our region proving to be a critical stop in the most unique election season in memory. g evening, everyone, i'm chris o'connell. >> i'm dawn timmeney. donald trump couldn't to do stay on the offense against clinton during rallies in north carolina and right here tonight in bucks county. there's where fox 29's brad sattin joins us thousands of trump supporters as he tried to turn around trauma pinnin pil brad. >> reporter: latest polls nationwide showing he's 97 to 9% taj points. the cleanup is underway.
really no problems here other than a small group of protesters hours prior to the event outside this event went off without a hitch. no real big news here. donald trump for the most part just rallying the masses. >> 18 days we are going to win the state of pennsylvania. >> reporter: estimated 4,000 people loving what they heard turning out for donald trump's 33 minute speech. short on details but touching on familiar themes. dismantling bad trade deals, ending illegal immigration, cutting crime and keeping people safe. >> i am going to keep radical islamic terrorism the hell out of our country! >> reporter: promising good jobs are coming. >> just a few miles from here there's a very famous bridge that says trenton makes the world takes. [ applause ] >> we are going to start making things in pennsylvania again. [ applause ] >> reporter: there was the familiar bashing of his oppone
opponent. >> she's the most corrupt person ever to run for the presidency of the united states. >> reporter: and of the media. >> look at them. we're living in a rigged system and believe me they're a big part of the rigging those people. >> reporter: donald trump knowing he needs conservative bucks county to have shot at winning pennsylvania. imploring supporters to vote. >> smart people in pennsylvania. tough, but smart and sharp. for the next 18 days, you have to get every last person you know out to the voting booth. >> reporter: well-behaved crowd left energized. >> we need to bring manufacturing back to the united states. >> because it's his future. i'm concerned for my son's future. >> reporter: pennsylvania could be the difference in this election and bucks county could mean the difference for pennsylvania as to whether trump wins or loses. so obviously this was big deal here as we mentioned about 4,000 people taking part and those supporters promising to do their part to get out the vote. we will be hearing more from his
supporters coming up at 11:00 o'clock. chris and dawn. >> all right, thank you, brad. meantime hillary clinton made a stop in the battleground state of ohio today. former bill clinton campaigned in the sunshine state. clinton held a rally in cleveland. she attacked rival donald trump for not promising to accept the results of the election. >> i was in countries where people jailed their political opponents or execute them or exile them or invalidate elections that they didn't win. that can never be allowed to happen here. >> more e-mail controversy for the clinton campaign. jill julian assange the head of wikileaks set his lines on tim kaine and dnc interim chair donna brazil. meanwhile kaine spent the day campaigning at penn state's main campus. he spoke about the russian hackers and lash out at what trump has to say about it.
>> for some reason, even though donald trump wouldn't defend our democratic institutions, he was being pretty good defense lawyer for vladimir putin. and russia because -- >> democratic vice-presidential candidate was referring to the recent debate when trump denied russia is trying to influence the out come of the election. meanwhile, vice-president joe biden also hit the campaign trail for hillary clinton. he attacked trump on his sexual assault scandal. >> press always ask me don't i wish i were debating him? no, i wish we were in high school so i can take him behind the gym. that's what i wish. [ applause ] >> vice-president rallying a couple hundred supporters at wilkes-barre university. clinton camp just keeps on pushing in the keystone state. tomorrow hillary clinton will join her running mate senator tim kaine at penn park and the university of pennsylvania. that event begins at 8:45. and with the election now just ate 18 days away, stay with fox 29 on air and online for all the latest developments in the
race for the white house. time now to check in with the fox 29 weather authority. bit damp outside the fox 29 studios in old city right now. you may want to grab that umbrella and also a jacket, darn, because scattered showers are going to be around and so is the cold. meteorologist scott williams has more on the rest of the weekend. >> hi there, dawn a lot of changes taking place right now as that cold front is moving through the the delaware valley a couple of sprinkles light showers across the area those temperatures will be dropping overnight in the wake of that front as it continues to push some of that colder air in. as far as the next 24 hours, a couple of scattered shower chances out there not washout real not anticipating widespread heavy rain but behind that cold front winds of change, get this a30 to 40-degree drop in those temperatures from today to tomorrow. we'll zoom in little closer across the area. some of those light showers, steadier rains now moving through sections of bucks
county, doylestown, buckingham, warminster getting in on that action as well. it's been a week of 80s. we saw 82 monday. the heat peaked on the wednesday at 86. today's official high 80. right now, the 63 philadelphia. 40s in the poconos look at the colder air off to the west. that is what is headed in our direction for the upcoming weekend. so overnight, 50 in the city. 40s in the suburbs and then tomorrow, 56 degrees that's it. we'll talk about how that will actually feel, plus those wind gusts during the upcoming weekend coming up. back to you. >> all right, scott. big changes on the way. college students across pennsylvania headed back to class. a faculty strike has ended. the union representing more than 5,000 faculty at pennsylvania's 14 states state universities came to a tentative agreement with the state system of higher education. the three-day strike affected more than 100,000 students. the largest of those schools
is west chester university and it's a big weekend on that chester county campus. homecoming began today and events run through sunday. >> but police in west chester want to make sure those festivities don't get out of hand. fox 29's shawnette wilson live in west chester for us tonight with what authorities are warning, shawnette? >> reporter: well, chris, you know, they want students to have fun, but they don't want them to tear up the town. in previous years police say that homecoming has gotten out of hand, and they don't want a row pete of that this year. signs of west chester's homecoming weekend are all over town. >> i'm excited to have a good time. >> reporter: students are plan to go tendon university sponsored events and, of course, party, too. >> this is our time to get, v some fun and get a break from all the stress from school. >> reporter: but west chester police promise a crack down on rowdy crowds that may wreak havoc in residential neighborhoods as in previous homecomings. the chief of police posted on the department's facebook page, that they will aggressively enforce all alcohol and alcohol
row lated laws and recommend a $500 plus fine for underage alcohol violations. rosario messina is glad to hear that. he's lived here more than 50 years. >> they're awful rowdy an lot of drinking, and this is not all of them, but it's been my experience in this vicinity they just tear things up. >> reporter: his neighbor kerry lynch feels differently. >> it's our first homecoming weekend. i saw in the newspapers that there was some problems last year, but i'm not really all that concerned. >> we moved here i knew it was the university town and i knew that, you know, kids like to study hard and play hard. i really don't have any complaints. >> reporter: police say they'll also be on the look out for illegal parking in neighborhoods. there will be more police on the streets, too. robert bird feels the crack down warning is a bit much. >> there's no kids storming the streets or tipping cars. but, you know, we like to have our fun on homecoming as well. >> reporter: he feels many residents are blowing things out of proportion.
but he does admit some students don't follow the rules. >> with people throwing trash on their lawns, that's kind of -- i know i'd be pretty angry if someone through trash on my lawn but at the same time there are some people who seem to be sticklers, like that want to shut it down. >> reporter: and the police chief facebook posts also lists way students should be safe. they of course want them to be safe while having fun this weekend much chris? >> all right, shawnette, thanks. police in camden are looking for three men in connection to a robbery in a fatal shooting last night. police found 23-year-old jameer sims lying on the sidewalk outside of a bar on chestnut industrial last night. he will been shot in the chest and later died at the hospital. police say the men in these photos are considered armed and dangerous. if you have any information, police would like to hear from you right away. tonight police are investigating a very disturbing crime in kensington. someone set a man's body on fire and then left him to die on the street by the train tracks. police still have not been able to identify that victim as
fox 29's jennifer joyce reports, residents are shaken up from this horrifying crime in their neighborhood. >> devastated. i'm fearful what happens in the future. >> reporter: horrifying sight for anyone who passed by the 2100 block of east allegheny avenue in kensington this morning. homicide source says, the burned body of unidentified male was found lying in a side driveway wedged between a metal finishing factory and rail roll tracks. >> i have three grandchildren living with me and they heard what happened. >> every time and every day we get to hear, like, you know, like bad news, you know, like, you know, like. >> as the crime scene unit documented the evidence a police dog roamed the alleyway for clues and found some. according to a source the canine detected an accelerant the type remains under investigation. >> i live here for 43 years, and never see such a thing in my life. >> reporter: but many neighbors say the area is
getting worse, the railroad tracks that line the scene are notorious for drug activity. police say people need to speak up many. that they can make these streets safer. >> whether it's dropping down additional lighting in that area, contacting the streets department, whatever, we have those resources within the city and we try and make use of that. we want to hear about those things as they're happening. not waiting for incident like a shooting or a homicide. >> reporter: police say an autopsy will likely be performed on the body at some point tomorrow. reporting from police headquarters, i'm jennifer joyce, fox 29 news. just a few hundred miles to the west, hundreds of people are cleaning up from damaging flood waters where storms left one person dead. and did you have trouble logging on to twitter or netflix this morning? you weren't alo alone. who experts say is responsible for bringing down some of the world's most popular sights. plus disturbing surveillance video from inside an elementary school shows that seven-year-old being sucker punched by another child's father. what the child was doing just before he was struck.
in moorestown friends school. investigators say they found child porn on his devices inside his home. he was charged with possession of child pornography and relea released. dangerous weather issues are impacting parts of the northeast tonight. storms dumped heavy rain prompting flood advisories from pennsylvania up through central new york state. by noon syracuse, new york h seen nearly 3-inches of rain. >> while here in parts of pennsylvania, at least one person is dead from powerful storms. fox's rob schmidt monitoring the situation. >> reporter: deadly weather situation as storms moved through the northeast downing trees, triggering floods and damaging hundreds of home. >> i thank god it didn't get to the first floor. we're fine. we can replace what's in the basement. >> reporter: early friday parts of western and central pennsylvania were especially hard hit with heavy rains turning roads into rivers. some areas swamped seeing up to 7-inches of rain. prompting more than 100 water rescues as well as evacuations.
>> i feel a little nervous right now. where they're at they want to us bring them over. >> reporter: some places winds powerful enough to rip mobile homes off their foundations and overturn a garage. >> my neighbor text me and told me my garage blew away. i pulled in with the headlights facing and there's my garage laying there on its roof. my grand mew car covered with wood. i don't even have 300 miles on my car. >> 30-foot travel trailer that secured on a foundation and it lifted it about 2 feet in the air and i think only thing that saved me is, the tip out on the one side hit the ground. >> reporter: now through saturday, sections of northeast are set to get their biggest soaking in months. rain that is expected to help with on-going drought conditions in many parts of the region. up in the mountains of new england storms could dump up to a foot of snow in some areas. >> meantime in sullivan county, pennsylvania, at least two homes have reportedly been swept away. in clinton county, pennsylvania a man was killed when tree
crashed on to his house. in new york, rob schmidt, fox news. two new jersey lawmakers looking to repeal the state's recent gas tax increase. money from the increase will go to road and bridge projects. it's due to take effect novemb november 1st. but republicans senators kipp bateman and mike dougherty introduced the measure saying people were shocked to learn that 23-cent a gallon increase could go even higher in the future. governor chris christie signed the increase last friday, saying he had no other choices to fun the transportation trust fund. protesters gather the owd side philadelphia city hall today to voice their opposition to an anti sanctuary bill. ♪ >> protesters many of whom are immigrants sang songs and held up signs opposing the bill. the bill which the pennsylvania house of representatives passed on monday would give more immigration enforcement power to local police but opponents say it legalizes racial profiling
and they want the bill dead proposed bill would cut state funding to sanctuary cities. philadelphia, of course, is a sanctuary city. police are not required to question someone about their immigration status. well, it is an exciting weekend for our region for harry potter fans. chestnut hill has been transformed into the fictional world of the popular series. thousands of people from all across the country are in town for the harry potter festival. >> visitor which is experience just about anything involving harry potter including games of quid dish and themed food and drinks. fox 29's joanne pileggi is at the festival with more and joanne, i know the streets there are packed. >> reporter: they are indeed, dawn. this is really cool place to be tonight. whether or not you are a harry potter fan. chestnut hill transformed into hogs meat and the event is bringing thousands of people from near and far. >> it's just awesome. i love the whole stories. i'm just excited to seat
costumes and everything and just be like a part of all that. >> reporter: bursting with harry potter pride excitement and enthusiasm, mary came clear across the country for this festival in chestnut hill. >> all the way from vegas. yeah. i have harry potter tattoos real life. >> reporter: unique crowd here for the sixth annual harry potter festival. where the tree lined downtown is transformed into a mecca of harry potter everything. >> we're really lucky we live here because we're fans and this is just happening right in our backyard. but it's been wonderful to see it's been growing every year. >> i'm here for the excitement of harry potter and all these many different shops that are super amazing and all these products that i can buy and i can improve my costume. >> reporter: business owners selling all things harry potter as the festival has grown each year. >> it became all harrow potter because it simply had to with the crowds expected of 50,000, and it was just a matter of we
had to give the merchandise needed. so it's styled by us and it's great. >> reporter: on saturday, a six block section of germantown avenue will be shut down for games, activities and more wizard themed family fun. tonight, a pub crawl for the over 21 crowd. iron hill brewery one of the stops. >> the town really embraced it. chestnut hill business association embraced it every since iron hill has been here we've been trying to embrace it as well. >> reporter: what great vibe here. the wildly popular book and movie series creating this event right here in chestnut hill. a huge harry potter party. come on down tomorrow. dawn, chris, back to you in the studio. >> i wanted to see your hat, joanne. i guess we didn't see it tonig tonight. more bad news for samsung. for anyone who still happens to own one of those defective galaxy note sevens. there's now one more place you can't take it. and the nfl is facing backlash tonight following allegations about a player's history of dee mess tick
violence. what that player's coach is saying about the situation tonight. a controversial billboard offers an alternative for undocumented immigrants. sign up for the dating sight, find yourself a sugar daddy. why the person who put up the ad says he has good reason. >> now with tomorrow's traffic here's bob kelly. good evening, everybody. look out through the weekend. penndot will be working out along i-95 between bridge and cottman avenue. watch for some pattern shifts up and down that construction zone. and through the weekend. septa will be working on the paoli thorndale line between the paoli and overbrook stations. have great night. we'll see you bright and early tomorrow morning for "good day philadelphia" weekend. ♪
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♪ in nicetown police need your help in finding the man they say stole a pricey package from a homeowner. surveillance video captured the man taking fed ex package from a home on the 7100 block of north 18th street on monday. police say the package had an oil cooler in it worth more than 400 bucks. cops think the thief may be in his late teens or early 20s. did you have problems with sluggish internet today unable to log on to social media sites guess what, you were not a lone. series of cyber attacks are
actually to blame. >> notice this earlier. many people unable to access sites like twitter, netflix, amazon. members of a hacker group spread across china and russia are claiming responsibility but u.s. security officials aren't sure who was behind the hack. internet firm in new hampshire that provides internet traffic management to some of the biggest names on the web was hit hard. u.s. department homeland security and fbi are investigating. a shocking assault on an elementary school student is caught on camera in washington, d.c. surveillance video from kipp d.c. spring academy shows second greater john mclean and a friend playing in the hallway before class. this was wednesday morning. all of a sudden, the seven-year-old friend's dad walks over to him and punches him in the stomach knocking him to the ground. mclean's mother is furious. she says her son has asthma and she could tell he was having trouble breathing. >> you can see in the video him just going like this gasping for
air. all the principal did was say get up. ya'll didn't think to call an ambulance? >> the school says it is aware of the incident and believes follow -- procedures were followed. the father has not been charged. it was a big day in center county for former penn state assistant coach mike mcqueary. what he told jurors when he took the stand. it's evening time in the second street subway platforms are relatively empty. that's how it's going to look come rush hour if septa goes on strike a little bit more than a week from now. all the details coming right up. >> our scott williams tracking a big change in the weekend forecast. scott? >> a big drop in temperatures ahead for the up coming weekend, dawn. we'll talk about just how cold it will get and how long this fall spell will last.
marion. prosecutors say back in january, the three beat up a male carrier making his rounds in morton. all three are jailed on $500,000 bail. their preliminary hearings are scheduled for next week. thousands of philadelphians count on septa mass transit to get to forty one work each day. enough that it might take it for granted but one union contract is up at the end of the month. so the question is, what if there's no deal in place? >> you guessed it. a strike. how will you get to work? fox 29's hank flynn road the rails and found out it's no easy answer. >> i'll be home. homeless if i can't work. i can, you know, i can't pay my bills. >> reporter: regina rides the el train home tonight with worried mine. she feels like the septa workers union should pursue a new crack, better pay, better quality of life. she hopes the threat november 1st strike didn't keep her from pursuing her own. >> and i understand that, you know, the septa workers they
have to go on strike and they have to -- like they have families they have to look out for as well, but for us who depend on septa every day, like, it's going to be problem for me it will be a problem. >> reporter: i took a ride on the market frankford el and found out it's going to be problem for thousands of people who ride the trains, buses and trollies if the strike goes do down. the trains transport workers union contract runs out halloween if terms haven't been agreed upon leadership voted to strike the next day, novembe november 1st. union bosses have also voted not to extend the current contract. >> so commuters aren't having it. nobody thinks it's fun theme everyone i talked to says, if septa goes on strike, they're going on strike too. >> i think it's selfish, too. >> yeah. >> they theiring about themselves. on the people got to live it too. not just them. >> a lot of people got to get to work. >> not just them.
>> i would take a big hit all because i catch septa to work. i catch the trolley, the train and the bus. >> local 234 represents about 5,000 workers and reportedly calling for better pay, pension terms and more down time for drivers. union leadership was quiet today. they're said to be hunkered down at the bargaining table with septa negotiators at the sheraton i couldn't root them out so i go to you. if you were train or bus driver with a family, don't you want a better deal? >> what if they strike you find yourself unable to get to work on the first. tweet me now at happening fox 29 or the house at fox 29 philly. the bridge gate trial heated up today in newark. governor's form top aid bridget kell the on the stand in her criminal trial. she's part of a plot to close lanes on the george washington bridge causing huge traffic tie ups as revenge against fort
lee's mayor for not supporting new jersey governor chris christie today kelly testified she told christie about a traffic study on the bridge a month before the lane closures. kelly also said he approved that study which prosecutors say was basically a coverup. tonight the governor spokesman said he had no knowledge before or during or after the lane realignment hadn't no role in the scheme. governor chris christie has not been charged. tonight the naacp is honoring union boss john dougherty. at parx casino in be bensalem. he's cup great job in promoting race relations in our reason and avenue forked more employment opportunities. it was a happy occasion for dougherty who has been under investigation by local and federal authorities for alleged threats and intimidation bialek trick union local 98. hundreds of students at philadelphia's discovery charter school now have a play ground it's all thanks to the work of
some awesome volunteers. the children haven't had place space for thee years, because their school recently moved. about 200 volunteers from target and the non-profit kaboom spent their friday putting together all that equipment. playground -- this just one of many playgrounds target is building all across the country. a local non-profit got a lot of help from the state of pennsylvania. >> senator bob casey and governor tom wolf on hand in north philadelphia today to announce a $3 million investment for project home. the non-profit helps fight poverty and homelessness for those in need. the plans are now set for new four-story affordable housing complex along the 1300 block of north eighth street. it will target young people and it's the first lgbtx friendly homeless shelter in the state. >> homeless youth which is a growing segment of the homeless community unfortunately, 40% of homeless youth are lgbtq.
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mcqueary says he saw sandusky abusing a boy in a team shower back in 2001. tonight in your money it's more bad news for samsung amtrak is banning all samsung galaxy note seven smart phones from its trains, stations, buses and platforms. the railroad service says the device poses potentially serious safety risks. more specifically that it might burst into names. amtrak says attendance will randomly check passengers to see if they are carrying the banned smart phone. speaking of samsung, a connecticut man's halloween costume going viral tonight. 32-year-old chris kylie turned himself in into a galax galaxy e seven smart phones. he used several boxes on his t-shirt and used a vaporize sorry to create smoke. he had a video on facebook viewed more than 4 million tim times. >> pretty creative. >> i like that. a new billboard in austin, tech text is turning heads and offering people, well, a deal.
>> the controversial message encourages undocumented immigrants to sign up for a sugar daddy dating service to avoid being deported. those driving on i-thee through austin doing a double take when they see this billboard. it reads "undo you meaned immigrants before you get deported get a sugar daddy. it was meant to target hispanic women who make up a third of those signing up on arrangement finders. the website sets women up with a man who is able to support them financially but some say the ad is no laughing matter. >> they can have just said commit marriage fraud call us. it presumes that foreign nationals are going to commit a crime. or more willing to commit a crime. and willing to go to website to participate in committing that crime. >> now, an executive from arrangements finders says the billboard should stay put. the company claims it's already seen success with people signing up for the site. have you been feeling a little anxious lately? you're not alone. this bitter election battle
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tumbling temperatures for the up coming weekend. a big drop. we'll talk about how cold it will get plus those rain chances next. pat toomey and donald trump: they're just wrong for the women of pennsylvania.
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>> josh brown may have kicked his last football with the new york giants. after he admitted to abusing his wife. the nfl commissioner has placed him on the exempt list according to sources. some saying he may never kick in the nfl again. according to police documents, brown admitted to domestic violence in letters, e-mails and a journal. his coach reactioned to the bombshell today. >> my conversations one-on-one with josh i want to leave those personal but he was working -- rework, towards improving himself. we're not going to turn our back on josh. he's a teammate, and, you know, he's a guy that, um, we're hoping makes strides. >> brown's ex-wife told police he had been physically violent with her on more than 20 times over the past several years. iraqi forces continue to take the fight to isis in the city of mosul today. but isis terrorists tried
diversion nary tactics today to slow the progress of those forces. >> fox's benjamin hall was on the front lines earlier today. he reports tonight. >> today isis fighters remind everyone they were far from a spent force. launching a series of deadly coordinate add tax in the city of kirkuk. 100 miles southeast from mosul. earlier this morning armed with assault rifles and explosives, the militants said to be part of sleeper cell attacked targets and around the city. attacks focused on government buildings and also a power station killing at least a dozen injuring scores more. white house responded to the tack. >> we stand ready to offer assistance or equipment or expertise or advice to the iraqi government as they respond to this latest breach of their homeland security. >> reporter: around mosul a sense of victory on the roads as fighters returned from battle. but a couple of miles ahead at the front lines, the story was
very different. it became clear that victory was still far off. villages around are all christians and liberated in the last couple of days by curdish fighters and christian units. liberating a town and clearing an area are two very different things are they're in the areas around us much this afternoon after much fighting one of the largest christian villages near mosul was liberated and a flag raised over its church. much of the fighting over the last couple of days has been in christian villages. i'm met up with general sherman of the christian protection unit. he told me how they formed two years ago to protect their villages and churches as isis approach. his men had had no military experience and had received no help from the government till recenrecently. they'd even basketball forced to buy their own weapon. he then said, that christians would never again feel safe here.
one of the other things we hear isis has done so much damage to iraq that even after mosul falls, it will be very hard to rebuild communities in the way they used to be and christianity another victim of the terror group. benjamin hall, fox news. this presidential election may be taking a larger toll on than we thought. >> new study finds that presidential elections is causing significant stress all across the nation as we get closer to election day. the road to the white house seems to cut through almost every as spec of our daily liv lives. and that is stressing out 52% of all adults. according to a recent american psychological association surv survey. the results don't take party affiliation into account. health experts say they're noticing up tick in patients. >> getting so many phone calls, start seeing more patients because anxiety level which was stable before it's coming back. people are losin losing sleep te
glued to the television waiting for the neck scandal to come. >> the doctor suggests going outside, spending more time with your family. he also says you shouldn't argue about your beliefs with your family and instead talk about common ground. on your radar tonight, fox 29 cameras in center city where it was a perfect night weather wise. things are about to change. no coats required on nights like this. things are about to cool down. big time. isn't that right, scott? >> it is. it will be a different story, chris, tomorrow walking around town. some errands for your saturday or saturday evening dinner plans. bundle up because those temperatures will be dropping pretty rapidly. right now, we're down to 60 philadelphia. 55 allentown. 40s in the poconos. but really the cold air will rush in early tomorrow morning. so off to the west, upper 40s pittsburgh. mid 40s right now in buffalo. here's the cold front kind of moving through the area right now. those winds have shifted more out of the north and west. also, dotting ultimate doppler
just some hit or miss kind of scattered light showers so that will continue kind of on and off overnight tonight first part of the day tomorrow. here's the clock at 2:00 a.m. we're still looing at some of those scattered showers during the overnight for tomorrow morning early. here's 8:00 a.m. mostly cloudy skies a couple of leftover light showers once again at least the first part of the day. it's not going to be a wash out tomorrow. but we are going to see those blustery winds and also the cooler temperatures. so for tonight, upper 40s in the burbs. right around 50 degrees in the city. weekend winds of change. 56 degrees. that's it folks for the high temperature tomorrow. after a high today made it up to 80 degrees. low 60s as we move toward your sunday. the pocono mountains we're looking at chilly conditions, 47 degrees for the high temperature tomorrow. mid 50s as we move toward sund sunday. but you have to factor in those winds. take look at future wind gusts. we'll be gusting over 30 miles
an hour likely over 40 miles an hour parts of south jersey also as we move into central and southern delaware. so here's a look at future feels like temperatures. how you should dress, how your body reacts. 11am it's going to feel like 43 degrees in philadelphia. and you can see temperatures feeling pretty much like the 40s for much of the day. sunday what about the weather? it's going to be sunny but it's still going to be pretty breezy. temperatures moderate into the low 60s by the end of the game but once again we're really have to watch those winds. that could be problem for the kickers. as far as what's happening with that seven day forecast, we're talking about temperatures tomorrow in the 50s, low 60s sunday into monday. then only 50s tuesday into wednesday before we rebound a bit into the latter part of next week. back over to you. chris? >> all right. sean brace for preview of pretty big football weekend sean. >> that's right, chris. it wasn't quite a code red call by eagles head coach doug
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as a six or seven win team at best. using that logic you would have to believe that the majority of fans are happy about taking three of the first five games to start the season. you would think. something that nobody is happy about is losing the last two games no matter how you cut it. a skid that has head coach doug pederson looking for leadership. >> i challenged the leadership of the football team, the veteran guys of the football team, they're the ones that have to take ownership and kind of show the young guys how to play, how to practice, how to execute during the game. >> be sure to keep it locked on fox 29 all day on sunday. we start your eagles coverage at 10:00 a.m. with fox "game day live" followed by the return of sam bradford. eagles and vikings and the return of the fox 29 post game show featuring myself, sean bell and the great g. cobb that's immediately following the big game on sunday. off the court sixers news unfortunately they are nine knoll scheduled to have surgery
on his knee in the upcoming da days. an injury that popped up for knoll. no timetable released by the sixers. he will not be suiting up for the season opener this wednesday night. sixer on the court their final pre-season game taking on the miami heat. the return of jahlil okafor. here he is with beautiful spin move. nice take to the hole. he finished with four points, eight minutes highlight from the big man, that's right, joel embiid with nice finish. 18 points and nine boards. season starts this wednesday. sixers within a close one, 113 113-110. local college football action, temple hosting a tough six-one in order squad. south florida squad this evening down in south philly much the owl are looking to build off last week's incredible last second win over central florida. temple looking real, real good. hey, ladies, hey. we pick it up late in the third after a blocked punt. temple running back gentleman had thomas with 9-yard touchdown
run that gives the owls a two possession lead. looking real good like i said. fast forward to the fourth. here's south florida trying to mount come back. check this out. back up quarterback brett keen hit the wrong man. temple with the interception and they roll at home, 46-30. improve to five-three record. and finally we end with a little eagles and nascar combo. shout on the tom srendenschek here's nascar driver martin truex, jr. a diehard eagles fan from may yet at a, new jersey he received a personalized jersey and game ball from the last eagles victory over the pittsburgh steelers. looking like a kid on christmas. >> that's cool. nascar local guy. >> he's a diehard eagles fan. >> yes, he is. >> i think he can catch that football on e-bay right now. >> that does it for us at 10:00 o'clock. dawn timmeney standing by with what's coming up at 11:00 o'clock. dawn? new jersey lawmakers held a meeting with transit officials day to learn more about last months' deadly train crash in hoboken. what caused many of them to walk
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