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shot in the head and left for dead in a philadelphia neighborhood. now the hunt is on for her killer. and let's take a live look outside over center city. we will see some clouds this morning, but we're also expecting to see the sun. that should help to warm things up just a little bit. good morning, and welcome back to nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary conners. it's just after 6:00 on this sunday. let's get right to today's forecast with meteorologist michelle grossman. and michelle, you were describing today as very seasonal, a typical fall, crisp day. >> yeah, it's going to be nice. we're going to see sunshine. temperatures right in the mid 50s. normal is 59 for this time of year. we'll be pretty close to that. a little milder than what we saw yesterday. a live look outside. we are waking up to some clouds. the clouds are keeping us milder overnight. that's the good news. beautiful along boat house row. 24-hour change. ten degrees warmer in philadelphia than this time yesterday. 13 degrees warmer in millville. so it feels much better than it
did this time yesterday. yesterday we were waking up to 20s and 30s. today, different story. colder as you head to the north and west. 35 degrees right now in mount pocono and 35 in lancaster. for today, plan on clouds to start without, then some sunshine. mostly sunny by this afternoon. by 9:00 a.m., 48. 51 by 11:00. it will be milder beginning on monday and even milder on tuesday. we'll talk more about that before a cold blast comes into our area. this morning, police have their work cut out for them as they investigate who shot and killed a woman in north philadelphia. matt delucia is live at police headquarters. it seems that police have little to go on in this case. >> reporter: we've been check all morning, and detectives have been trying to find what happened here. a woman was found outside with a gunshot to the head. here's some video of the scene.
when someone found the 30-year-old woman lying unconscious on the ground. this happened in the middle of a neighborhood. so right now, police are trying to figure out who this woman was and why she was shot. the woman was pronounced dead at the scene, and crime scene investigators were out there for several hours, but as of right now, no motive and no arrests have been made. we're going to stay on top of this, for now we're live at philadelphia police headquarters. i'm matt delucia, nbc 10 news. >> thank you, matt. philadelphia police are investigating another deadly shooting this morning. this one also happened in north philadelphia. police tell us a 25-year-old man was shot in the leg and back at 18th street in west garrard avenue. this happened around 10:30. there are no arrests in this case either. two americans are now back in the u.s. after being freed from captivity in north korea. 25-year-old matthew miller hugged his parents as he walked
off a plane in washington state. this was around midnight. miller was arrested last spring for reportedly ripping up his visa when he traveled to north korea. he was sentenced to six years of hard labor. kenneth bae, the other american held captive, was all smiles when he got off the plane. he greeted his family on the tarmac. bae had been in north korea for two years serving a 15-year sentence for alleged anti-government activity. he spoke after being reunited with his loved ones. >> i learned a lot. i grew a lot. lost a lot of weight. but i'm standing strong. because of you. and thank you for being there at this time. >> the two men, bae and miller, were brought home by the director of national intelligence james clapper. he secured their release through a secret mission to north korea. this morning, a teen is being hailed as a hero for
helping to rescue a philadelphia police officer who was trapped inside of his burning police cruiser. take a look. police say a truck hit the squad car here, which then burst into flames at 28th and tasker streets in south philadelphia. this was around 5:30 yesterday afternoon. officer mark kinsey couldn't get out of the car. neighbors, including 17-year-old volunteer firefighter joe chambers, pulled the officer to safety. in this exclusive photo, you can see the teen meeting the officer in the hospital. he spoke only to nbc 10 and said he reacted quickly thanks to his firefighter training. >> i saw that it was a cop car, and right then, i just started doing what i had to do. >> officer kinsey is fortunately in stable condition. he's doing okay. a passenger in the truck that hit that cruiser was also injured and taken to the hospital. there's no word yet on that passenger's condition. witnesses say that they saw the truck's driver fleeing the scene of the accident. police are still searching for him. drivers of a recently
launched ride sharing service in philadelphia could soon find themselves under arrest. that's according to the philadelphia parking authority. the ppa tells us that uber x drivers already face $1,000 fines and the risk of having their vehicles impounded. uber x is different from the regular uber service because the uber x drivers are common citizens using their own personal cars, not limousine cars. since uber x launched late last month, the ppa has impounded 14 vehicles. the ride sharing program has been controversial in cities all across the country and even in europe because it competes with regulated taxi services. this morning, police are looking to arrest a trio of t n teens who broke into a philadelphia charter school and stole four computers along with some cash. the burglars struck the charter school sometime between friday night and yesterday morning. you can see the damage they left behind. some class rooms and a kitchen were vandalized. police are looking for three
young men seen in these surveillance photos from inside the school. according to school officials, they do not recognize these people in the photos. the charter school is now tightening security before kids head back to class tomorrow morning. we have an update now on a story we first told you about yesterday morning. a temple university student says he is happy to be alive. lucky to be alive after getting shot during an attempted robbery. this happened outside of a house party on north 17th street just a few blocks from the school's main campus. the victim was shot in the leg and is expected to be okay. next, new video of a man whom police say stole a dead woman's phone and he did it right after the accident. new outrage in mexico after word of a mass murder that left dozens of students dead. it involves high-powered politics and organized crime.
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this is nbc 10 news. >> just a few minutes before the sun is about to come up. here is a live look from the pocono mountains. you do see some clouds out there. meteorologist michelle grossman tells us we're going to be off to a little bit of a cloudy start this morning, but that should eventually clear. the sun will be out and we'll be a few degrees warmer than yesterday. we have some new video this morning we want to show you. this is being called a chilling theft. police in boston say that a man stole the cell phone of a woman who was struck by a train and killed. just moments earlier on thursday. according to investigators, the man saw the phone land on the platform. police claim he faked a worried look about the tragedy, then covered the phone with his foot, grabbed it and walked away. 24 hours after releasing this surveillance video, the man turned himself in. he is now facing larceny charges. this morning, we are learning more about dozens of mexican college students who are now presumed dead in what
appears to be a mass murder. as nbc 10 national correspondent gabe gutierrez reports, it's a situation that touches on political power and organized crime. a warning, some may find this story disturbing. >> reporter: the mass murder of 43 college students was chilling. mexican authorities say drug gang members confessed they packed bodies so tightly into a dump truck that 15 young man suffocated to death. the rest were shot. the bodies burned for 15 hours. then dumped along a river. >> it's absolutely barbaric. >> reporter: the students went missing six weeks ago, sparking nationwide protests. even for a country used to drug violence and disappearances, more than 26,000 over a six-year period, these kidnappings have struck a nerve. these were just students. on september 26th, a group of first-year students drove to a protest in iguala, a city three hours outside the capital.
prosecutors say the mayor and his wife, a couple with ties to organized crime, ordered the local police to stop them. in an ambush, police killed three students and authorities believe the corrupt officer remaining the 43 to a cartel. armand garcia barely escaped. police wanted to kill us, he told me. federal authorities did not launch an investigation until ten days after the students went missing and riots broke out. this is the inside of iguala city hall after the students disappeared, protesters set it on fire. it's a grim reminder of the violence that has shaken this city. now detained, 74 people, including dozens of local police, the payor and his wife. >> this event that kind of reminds us all that organized crime is very -- continues to have a very strong presence in certain parts of the country and they're very much linked to politics and politicians. >> reporter: the students seen
in this school video smiling a month before they disappeared. cesar gonzalez's father says his son recently enrolled at the college in search of a better life. he is being remembered by a nation outraged by this massacre. gabe gutierrez, nbc news, mexico city. this morning, president obama is on his way to asia. he left the white house around 1:00 a.m. his first stop is beijing for the asia pacific economic cooperation summit, also known as apec. the president will then head to burma and the g-20 summit in australia. meanwhile, the white house says the senate may not vote on president obama's nominee for attorney general until next year. the president officially nominated loretta lynch yesterday. president obama says the 55-year-old new york federal prosecutor has a fierce commitment to equal justice. now, if lynch is confirmed, she will replace eric holder as the head of the justice department.
a little bit later on this morning, the midterm elections are on the books, but will the results prompt a change in washington or produce more of the same problems? moderator chuck todd will be joined by a panel of experts to break down the election and the new congress. they'll also talk about the future of the gop. that's here on nbc 10 at 10:30. also, they will be talking about the president's nominee for attorney general. next, fast-food getting faster. how mobile apps could let you cut in line and get your order going before you're even in the restaurant. cloudy to start out our sunday, but they're going to be out of here fast. looking at mostly sunny skies by this afternoon. look at that outside. it's so quiet, so nice. we are looking for a quiet and nice day. temperatures topping out right around 56 degrees. so a cool, fall day. we'll talk more about that. but warming up for the start of your workweek. that's all straight ahead.
now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> and a good sunday morning. meteorologist michelle grossman. we start out the weekend pretty chilly. temperatures topped out around 50 in philadelphia. the 40s to the north and west. today we'll tack on about six degrees. getting closer to our normal 59. going to be a nice, quiet day. our weather headlines on this sunday morning, a cool and crisp day. we're looking at temperatures right around 56. three degrees below normal. we're looking at lots of sunshine, light winds. as we look towards monday night, eagles play at home. sunshine monday, tuesday, most of wednesday. also some mild air in place. we look back to wednesday and thursday. upper 60s on thursday. then we dropped the bottom out on friday.
53. taking a look outdoors, some clouds are keep us milder this morning. we're going to see the clouds disappear, mostly sunny by this afternoon. right now it is 46 in philadelphia. big difference in this time yesterday. we're tacking on about ten, maybe even 15 degrees warmer in some spots. winds out of the west at 5 miles per hour. the rest of the region looking at 40s. 30s to the north and west. so in the suburbs to the north and west, 37 in allentown, 35 in mount pocono. 41 in millville. 45 in atlantic city. as we go throughout the day, we're going to be cool, sunny. right now we do have a little bit of cloud cover in place, but that's going to scoot off and we'll see mostly sunny skies. it's beginning to be cold overnight, so for the bus stop in the morning, just prepare the kids for that. we'll see temperatures in the 30s around the freezing mark to the north and west.
as we go throughout monday, this is good news. dry to start the workweek and by the eagles game, a nice, dry, quiet night. eagles forecast, we are looking good. 53 by 8:30, and then by the fourth quarter, 50 degrees. we're looking at just a little bit of cloud cover. today mostly sunny and cool. 54 to 57. winds out of the northwest at 5 to 10 miles per hour. not a bad day at all. actually, really nice for mid november. tonight, 39 in philadelphia. 32 in the suburbs. some spots may go a little colder than that with the clear skies and light winds. places like allentown will be right around 32. seven-day forecast, looking good. at least to start out the beginning of the seven-day forecast. things really change as we head towards the end of the workweek. today, seasonal. 56. so we're going to be pretty close. by monday, lots of sunshine. milder, 60 degrees. it may be a sick day for many people. looks to be a good day. tuesday, veterans day, 65
degrees. wednesday, we're looking at the chance of a morning shower. otherwise we're going to be dry. behind it we're looking at a lot of cold air. breezy on thursday. by friday, mixture of sun and clouds, 45. saturday, lots of sunshine. but look at that daytime high. just 43 degrees. you realize, michelle, that people may cite you as the reason why they don't go into work. >> send me their note, i'll sign it. >> all right, talking some tech news. technology is helping fast-food get even faster apparently. nbc national correspondent bob hansen explains how mobile apps are changing how some people are ordering, and restaurants know just what type of consumer they're targeting. >> reporter: the world of fast-food is picking up steam. as mobile ordering is becoming the growing trend with popular restaurants. whether you're driving through or coming inside, taco bell's new app gives you the chance to customize your order from the
screen of your smart phone before you ever arrive. >> by being able to order in advance, you can curtail the line, which is one of the most inconvenient things hungry consumers go through, so i think it's a useful application. >> useful to attract millennial customers, who steven o'zinski says might rather deal with their phone. >> demographic, the young market. much more app savvy and much more inclined to utilize the app. >> reporter: is it that big of a chore to stand in line to order? >> it's not. but a lot of people get irritated because they have somewhere to go. so an app might be a good idea. >> in and out, mcdonald's, jack in the box, taco bell, i like to go in and participate in their retail and just see what the store's like. >> reporter: in taco bell's case, the app is easy enough to use. you select a rauntd and go through the menu. even add or take away
ingredients. then pay with your order with a gift card or credit card you have on your account. >> it's about all of it. control, convenience, time. >> reporter: what's the point of ordering if your food's going to get cold? this app detects when you're five hundred feet away and asks you if they can start making your order. my order went without a hitch. they simply called my name when it was ready, just minutes after placing the order. so what's the future for fast-food apps? >> i'm not quite sure what's around the corner, but rest assured that there are marketing departments for all these major players trying to figure out what the next big thing will be. >> that was nbc's bob hansen reporting. running on a treadmill gets you nowhere, unless it's for a good cause. dave of chicago ran in place for 24 hours straight this weekend. he logged 100 miles and raised $25,000 for surgery for children who have cleft palates.
he says he was inspired during a trip to south africa where he saw an afflicted child sitting apart from the other kids. >> he was 5, 6 years old. and i was just thinking to myself, this is how he's lived his whole life, without any friends, no one talking to him. and i just thought to myself, like, what can we do to help him out? >> as for his marathon on the treadmill, he said after ward, "my legs have seen better days." people in our area also got moving yesterday for a good cause, working out their legs. thousands hit the streets in south philly to raise awareness about stroke and heart disease. nbc 10 was a proud sponsor of yesterday's philadelphia heart walk at citizens bank park. survivors of heart disease and stroke took part along with their families and friends. fortunately, the weather held out for them. really not a bad day at all. the event also included health screenings and exercise demonstrations. next, people across the area will honor veterans today ahead of tuesday's holiday. we'll let you know where you can
take part in the observances. some local high school football players get smelly. all to benefit a little boy. we'll explain. i'm jacqueline london for nbc 10 at issue. join me sunday when we discuss how the wave of voter discontent may change politics in washington and in our area. >> people have to be willing to understand they can't get 100% of what they want. the president can be a real catalyst in making that happen. >> coming up at 11:30 on sunday morning following "meet the press."
we are dealing with some clouds. that's going to be a little bit of an issue this morning. eventually it will push out. we will have some sun. temperatures will warm into the lower to mid 50s. today, veterans day events are planned throughout the area to honor those who have served our country. in camden county, hundreds of veterans and their families are expected to attend an observance of the holiday. they'll gather at 1:00 this afternoon on cooper river parks veterans island along north park drive. during the program, military medals will be given to four men who made the county proud by serving with honor and valor. also today, there will be a veterans day ceremony in trenton, mercer county. it starts at noon at the catholic war veterans post 417. there will be a wreath laying, a salute to fallen veterans, and a playing of taps. in se lalem county, people will
have the chance to hear from a world war ii veteran. lester emery will speak at the farmhouse museum at 1:00 this afternoon. emery served in the army's 34th division from 1940 to 1944. admission is free. this morning, philadelphia police are looking for a hit-and-run suspect after a fiery crash involving a police cruiser. nbc 10's matt delucia is following the developments. matt? >> reporter: the investigation continues, rosemary, as we hear from the teenager who's credited with saving the police officer's life. we'll hear that coming up. not a bad start to our sunday. temperatures relatively mild compared to this time yesterday. we have a little bit of cloud cover, but that should be out of here pretty soon. here's a live look outside along boat house row. temperatures in the mid 40s. a couple spots still in the 30s. we'll talk about temperatures this morning and how far we're going to go today. that's all coming up.
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this is nbc 10 news. >> right now on nbc 10 news today, the search is on for the driver who left the scene of this fiery crash that trapped a police officer inside his cruiser. in a live report, we'll have the details on the rescue and the clues investigators hope will lead them to the suspect. plus, back on american soil. two men who were being held in north korea forced to work in labor camps have been reunited with their families. let's take a live look outside right now over center city. a little bit of a cloudy start to our sunday. eventually the sun is going to be out. it will help to warm things up, but we've got to get these clouds to move on out of there in the meantime. good morning, welcome back to nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary conners. it's just after 6:30 on this sunday. let's get to our forecast now with meteorologist michelle grossman. and the clouds, those are
actually helping us to be a little bit warmer this morning than we were yesterday. >> that's right. clouds at night tend to keep us warmer. doesn't let the heat out into the atmosphere. we're about 15 degrees warmer in some spots than yesterday. here is a live look outside. we do have a little bit of cloud cover. some spots a little clearer than others. everyone will see mostly sunny skies as we head throughout the afternoon. overall, a nice quiet morning to shop indoors, shop outdoors. temperatures not all that bad for this time of year. we're about ten degrees warmer than this time yesterday. 13 degrees warmer in millville than this time yesterday. temperatures right now, we're in the 30 toss the north and west. 37 in allentown. 35 in mount pocono. better than the 20s we saw in some spots yesterday. 46 right now in philadelphia. 48 in wildwood. 45 in dover. and 45 in atlantic city. so for today, it's a nice quiet one, a nice fall, crisp day. by 9:00, 43. 11:51, mostly sunny. by 1:00, 54 degrees.
we'll talk more about today's forecast. a warm-up to start out your workweek. then a big cooldown to end i. we'll talk more about that coming up. this morning, a philadelphia police officer has a teenager to thank for saving him from his burning cruiser. the driver of a pickup truck collided with the officer's car near 28th and tasker streets in south philadelphia last night. nbc 10's matt delucia is live at police headquarters this morning. break this down for us. explain exactly what happened here. >> reporter: two people were rushed to the hospital last night, including the officer who is still recovering this morning, thanks in great part to good samaritans who rushed in to help. this is cell phone video you're looking at right now that was recorded at the scene on 28th and tasker streets. this was just before 5:30 last night. you can see the police car engulfed in flames. the officer, we're told, was responding to a radio call at the time when he slided with the driver of this pickup truck. several bystanders rushed over to help, including joe chambers.
he's 17 years old and just happens to be a volunteer firefighter. he says instinct kicked in. >> i saw that it was a cop car, and right then, i just started sprinting. and i did what i had to do. right when we pulled him out, the fire started to reach the interior of the car and it caught fire like a minute after we pulled him out. >> reporter: joe went to the hospital last night to visit the officer. police say the driver, meantime, of the pickup truck fled on foot, running down the 2800 block of tasker, so the search continues for him this morning. the passenger of the truck was taken to the hospital with n non-life threatening injuries. we'll hear from other bystanders, witnesses who became rescuers coming up in about 30 minutes. now we're live at philadelphia police headquarters. i'm matt delucia. nbc 10 news. new from overnight, the last
americans held prisoner in north korea are now back on u.s. soil. matthew miller and kenneth bae were flown into joint base lewis mccord around midnight. they were accompanied by the director of national intelligence james clapper. he secured their release through a secret mission to the communist country. miller you may remember was arrested last spring after he reportedly ripped up his visa when he arrived at an airport in north korea. he was charged with espionage and then sentenced to hard labor. bae had been held for more than two years in a labor camp for alleged anti-government activities in north korea. his health, by the way, was failing. he spoke briefly after landing in washington overnight. >> i just want to say thank you all for supporting me and lifting me up and not forgetting me. >> bae also thanked president obama for his support and the north korean government for releasing him. in our area, a woman in her 30s was shot in the head and killed in philadelphia
overnight. nbc 10 was on the scene along rowan street as investigators began their work. police have not made any arrests and have not released the victim's identity. this morning, police are looking for a trio of thieves who broke into a philadelphia charter school and stole four computers and cash. the burglars struck the charter school in alney. you can see the damage that they left behind. some classrooms and a kitchen were vandalized. police are looking for the three young men in these surveillance photos. in one of the pictures, the teens have their hands full. >> the computers that were taken, probably valued at this point at about $7,500. each of our classrooms has about two computers. so four of our classrooms are going to be impacted and we're going to work over the weekend to try to minimize that impact to those classrooms. >> the school is now tightening security before the kids head back to class tomorrow morning.
today in south philadelphia, as many as 15,000 supporters, a lot of folks, will participate in the walk to end alzheimer's. this is a live look at citizens bank park where the walk will begin around 11:00 this morning, so a few hours from now. the event is expected to raise more than a million dollars for alzheimer's research, and to help care for those affected by the disease. next, some local high school football players are cleaning up this morning after days of really stinking it up on purpose. it was all for a little boy living with the disease. we'll tell you about wreak week after the break.
this is nbc 10 news. >> a high school football team in camden county is cleaning up today after putting hygiene on hold for an entire week. i think this is pretty common of high school football players. at least it was for my brothers. i felt like they never took a shower in. this case, it's called reek week. plau playe the smelly experiment was all for a little boy living with a disease that has no cure. >> i haven't got any complaints yet, but co-captain matt wright, he's kind of getting there. >> it gets pretty smelly at practice. my mom already said i stink. i didn't think i stink. by the game, we're all going to stink real bad. >> typically when you tell a football player he stinks, it's a bad thing. but not at camden catholic high
school. this week is reek week and the purpose is to make the players really stink. >> monday to saturday, we can't take off the shirt. we have to wear it under our pads, to school, and if we go out in public. >> some people have tried to spray a little febreze. i'm not doing that. >> we were here hanging out with the guys on wednesday, and honestly, they didn't smell that bad, but they still had a few days to go, so that's pretty impressive. even more impressive is the reason they're doing this. it's all for one little boy. >> do we smell bad? >> that kid is something else. >> reporter: henry norton is profoundly deaf and his field of vision is ten degrees. basically like looking out of a tiny pinhole every single day. >> there's no cure. there's things you can do. hearing aids.
cochlear implants. >> i think he sees me as his best friend. >> reporter: six days of stinky football players trying to create some awareness in honor of an incredible 6-year-old with a contagious smile. >> they embraced it. they have done a great job in really crowding around and helping henry. >> reporter: makes me feel great about able to support him and letting everybody else around it. people in the hallway are going to say we smell bad, but at the end of the week, we can wash this shirt, we can shower any day that we want. but in tend, henry is always going to be deaf and blind. and there's nothing we can do about that at this point and it really stinks. >> we wish them all the best of luck in their efforts. we'll keep you posted on it. coming up next, this hit on flyers defenseman luke schenn is stir up a lot of controversy. his teammates not happy about it. we'll hear from them straight ahead in sports.
the weather today, nice and quiet. a nice fall day. here's a live look outside. a cold front, a very weak cold front is moving through, just bringing some clouds. that is keeping us warmer, but we'll see sunshine by this afternoon. i will have your full rest of the weekend forecast and then your workweek forecast coming up. i love the bacon on this sub. i love bacon so much, i'm launching a line of bacon jewelry. aw, i've seen those online, but-have you ever seen bacon brows? what was that?
now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> good sunday morning. i'm meteorologist michelle grossman. we start out this weekend a little chilly. we only topped out at 50 degrees yesterday, but it was a nice day overall. light winds. today we're going to be even warmer, 56. so still cool for this time of year, but not bad at all with sunshine, light winds. we are waking up to some cloud cover. very weak cold fronts moving through right now, just bringing
us some cloud cover. helping to keep the temperatures a little warmer. then we'll see sunshine later on this afternoon. so mostly cloudy right now in philadelphia. 46. winds out of the west at 5 miles per hour. a nice quiet day. temperatures right now to the north and west, we're looking at cold air in the 30s. a little milder as you head to the south and east. 37 in allentown. 35 in mount pocono. 41 in millville. and 45 in cape may. a cool, crisp day. you remember last wednesday and thursday. mild, 71 last wednesday. 69 last thursday. we're not going to see air like that. we're going to be in the 60s starting tomorrow but not quite this warm. and then we had a crisp 50 yesterday. today we'll be a little warmer at 56. so overall, not bad at all. if you look outside, looking at some clear skies, not a bad day to get started here. taking a look at future temperatures, things are beginning to change drastically this week. today we'll call it cool with temperatures right around normal for this time of year. then monday, a little milder, around 60. even milder on tuesday and
wednesday. and then you'll see what happens as we head towards thursday and friday. we see this dome of cold air from canada, kind of overtake the area, and we're talking 40s as a daytime high as well as friday, as well as saturday, so it's going to hang around for a little while. just keep that in mind as you plan your later part of the workweek into next weekend where you'll see the temperatures very, very cold. just keep that in your planner as you make your plans. the cold front is going to erode away. we're going to see lots of sunshine. overall, a nice day. even warmer than yesterday. future weather, keeping it dry today. that's the good news and keeping it dry on monday. this is sunday at 8:00 tonight. no problems. we're going to see clear skies. that will help bottom out the temperatures tonight to near freezing in many spots, especially north and west of the city. by monday, a cold start to work. the eagles play tomorrow night. looking good. nothing showing up on radar.
nothing showing up on satellite. highs today across the region. 53 in allentown. 55 in quaker town. same story in reading. montgomery county 54. doylestown 54. 55 in mount holly. along the shore points, we're looking at temperatures in the mid 50s. a nice day to be at the beaches strolling along. 57 in atlantic city. 57 in dover. and then closer to the city, we'll top out right around 56 in philadelphia. surrounding areas, westchester 54. 56 in wilmington. and 55 in glassboro. 39 in philadelphia, clear and colder, 32 in the suburbs. so today, nice day. we're looking at 56. lots of sunshine as we head throughout the afternoon. monday, same story. places that are milder, 60. that puts us above normal. tuesday, 65. wednesday, we'll call that our transition day. more clouds come into play. partly sunny. could see a morning shower as well. could be breezy. a cold wind on thursday.
just 48 degrees. friday, cold, 45. and even colder on saturday. daytime highs topping out in the 40s. some spots maybe even the 30s. now we're going to check in with cnbc's simon hobbs, who has a preview of what we can expect during the week ahead in business news. >> after friday's big jobs report, there will be a lot fewer big economic reports coming. retail sales will be the big one to watch because it may tell us something about the upcoming holiday spending season, and of course, those holiday sales can make or break a retailer's year. sales fell in september. deals and promotions may help in october. in fact, this week, we'll also get the costly earnings reports from a plethora of stores, department stores, macy's and dillard's, should see higher profits. even jcpenney is expected to report a smaller loss due to an uptick in business and plans to grab even more by opening early on thanksgiving, even earlier than macy's, sears, and kohl's.
kohl's and wal-mart income are likely to fall. those are two of the places where you could see really good holiday deals. housing is still moving up, and several home builders like d.r. horton could see profits more than double. and b is for birthday. or maybe for, can you totally believe it? "sesame street" turns 45 years old on monday. the show has stayed relevant by changing with the times. the cookie monster sometimes actually eats fruits and vegetables. fruit monster just doesn't have the same ring, though. i'm simon hobbs. get all your business news on cnbc. coming up next, we'll have a preview of the eagles' monday night match-up against the panthers. plus, this was a record-breaking run, but coach james franklin didn't seem too happy after the game. he was actually pretty sarcastic. we'll tell you what he had to say next. ♪
gostisbehere tore his acl, and then luke schenn goes down. luke schenn goes shoulder first into the boards. thank goodness he ducked his head. nathan mckinnon gets a five-minute major. patrick roy losing it. and the flyers cash in on that power play. that is a heck of a shot. 1-0 flyers. then second period, still on that same power play, wayne simmonds makes him pay. the flyers almost let a 4-0 lead slip away. the flyers hold on 4-3, and they are not happy about what happened to luke schenn. >> i thought he should have got kicked out the rest of the game. obviously the refs decided that it was just a five-minute. but that's their decision. can't do anything about that now. >> how many times do you go into a corner and you have a forward in front of you. if you push him, he goes head-first into the boards. you just don't do it. it's dangerous, he goes head-first. you know, he was lucky. he hurt his shoulder, but i think a hit like that, you've got to get thrown out of the
game. it's not a question. >> and eagles kicker cody parky was at the flyers game. met with giroux and borachek after the game. they wished cody luck on monday night. eagles' offensive line is coming together. jason kelce is back. evan mathis is going to return. hopefully some stability against the panthers. >> there won't be a single snap that the five guys we had last year will play together this year. not something that we like, but, it's just some adversity that we stare in the face and try to handle. >> we had some guys that are great football players, but quite frankly just inexperienced. i think matt tobin and david mulk bring a sense of depth. guys we can really count on if we need to count on them down the road. >> here's our lineup for
tomorrow night. eagles pregame live at 7:00. eagles postgame live afterwards. penn state ended their longest losing streak in ten years. even with an offense that scored just one touchdown again yesterday. so that's four offensive touchdowns in regulation over their last five games. let's go to indiana. second quarter, christian hackenburg intercepted by mark murphy. returns it for the touchdown. indiana's up 7-0. hackenburg with two picks. that's five interceptions over his last three games. here is the play. belton saving the day. 92 yards for the touchdown. longest offensive play in penn state history and the nittany lions beat indiana 13-7. so one more win and penn state is bowl eligible. james franklin, a little sarcastic after this one. >> first of all, prettiest win i've ever seen. defense played unbelievable, played really well all game long. i'm excited that we won this week. i'm not looking at the past, not looking at the future, we're going to enjoy this, get back up, and get to work tomorrow.
>> villanova hosting townsend. big win for john robertson. four total touchdowns. the wildcats win 42-18. they are 8-2 on the season. the tigers win 22-17. penn is now 1-7. you've heard of nfl teams having inspirational players come to speak to them a night before a big game. how about justin bieber joining the steelers at bible study. interesting to see who's going to win now, steelers or jets. interesting. i'm john clark. have yourself a good weekend. next at 7:00, a teenager is credited with saving a philadelphia police officer. now, investigators are looking for the driver who caused this accident. a live report coming up when nbc 10 news today continue. a little bit of cloud cover outside as well. not a bad start to the day.
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nbc 10 news starts now. >> right now on nbc 10 news today, we are following a developing story involving a police cruiser that caught on fire after a crash with a driver who fled the scene. in a live report, you'll hear from a witness who is being called a hero this morning. also, two americans are back home after being held captive in north korea. this morning, our first look at the emotional reunion with their family members. a cloudy start to our day, but we will see some sunshine. here is a live look at citizens bnk pa bank park where the nation's largest alzheimer's walk will kick off. good morning, and welcome back to nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary conners. it's 7:00 on this sunday. mean michelle grossman is tracking the chilly conditions out there right now, and michelle, even though it is a little bit cool, we really can't complain. we have no rain. that's good news. especially for those walkers at citizens bank park. it's not going to be as cold as yesterday. >> exactly. you have it covered.