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and thankfully being able to find backups. "nbc 10 news" starts now. >> from philadelphia to new york, police from our area are getting ready to say goodbye to the second nypd officer ambushed last month. a live report is coming up. check out this fog. instead of yesterday's steady rain this is what we're dealing with this morning. the good news is that we'll get a break from the cold weather. good morning. welcome back to "nbc 10 news today." i'm rosemary conners. it's just after 6:00 on this sunday. meteorologist michelle grossman is tracking the wet and foggy conditions out there. and a few scattered showers this morning, right, michelle? >> that's right. we'll see it all throughout the day. we certainly have the fog in place and showers on and off throughout the day, clouds
maybe even a thunderstorm later on this afternoon. here's a laif look outside. you can tell where that fog is. we are looking at radar showing us we have rain moving through once again this morning so keep that umbrella handy as you head throughout this sunday. the rain moving through this morning and we'll see those on and off showers. not a washout like yesterday, but still the chance for some showers. temperatures are mild this morning compared to this time yesterday. about ten degrees warmer. 42 right now in philadelphia. 36 in reading. 40 right now in mount pocono. along the coast temperatures into the 50s. 52 in wildwood. by this afternoon, we're going to be up to 62 degrees, so about 21 degrees warmer than what is typical for this time of year. by 8:00 47. by 10:00, 50 degrees and mild. by lunchtime, looking at 55 degrees. the chance for showers, maybe even a thunderstorm as the cold front moves through. we'll talk more about that coming up.
today, we have done what we promised. we have found and we have brought shane home. >> that was karen montgomery mother of shane montgomery, the 21-year-old who went missing over thanksgiving. the family says dive crews recovered shane's remains from the schuylkill river yesterday. tomorrow, the medical examiner is expected to officially identify the body. crews found the body at the bottom of the schuylkill river in manayunk behind the manayunk brewery. shane disappeared in the early morning hours of thanksgiving day after a night out with friends at a nearby pub. the family tells us the discovery means that shane has come home after this long search. >> this community, i don't know if we can say thank you. i don't know if we could ever repay what this community did for our family. they were there every step of the way.
>> police tell us they do not suspect foul play in shane's death. the family has not released funeral arrangements. today marks the final farewell for one of new york city's finest who was killed in a deadly ambush last month. dozens of police officers from philadelphia and other parts of area will make their way to new york for officer wenjian liu's funeral. matt delucia is live in northeast philadelphia where the officers are getting ready to leave. matt? >> reporter: they just had a meeting and now they're heading out to the buses. you can see they have two of the buses here right now, about 80 officers who are getting ready to head up to new york. last week, some of these officers went up for the funeral for rafael ramos, the other officer from new york who was killed in that ambush last month. we have officers here from the city. some are -- all these are off duty right now, but you have some who are required and others who are active members of the philadelphia police department who are heading up there for
wenjian liu's memorial service today. now, last week so many people went from around the country, about 25,000 officers that philly officers couldn't get into the church itself so they lined the procession route from the church to the cemetery. so the officers today planned to do the same thing. you see them right now. they're all getting on the buses. they will be leaving momentarily. they were scheduled to leave at 6:00, so they'll be heading out in just a few minutes. some of these folks were out here last week and they're out here again early today getting ready for another farewell. live in northeast philadelphia this morning, i'm matt delucia, "nbc 10 news." tomorrow in northeastern pennsylvania, the man accused of killing a state trooper and injuring another during an ambush is scheduled for a preliminary hearing. eric frein is scheduled to appear in pike county court. he's charged in the deadly shooting at the state police barracks in blooming grove in september. police say frein was then on the run for about seven weeks before investigators cartured him. this morning, philadelphia police are looking for the
gunman wanted for murdering a limo driver who had only been on the job for a week. the owner of the car service tells us a passenger taken to de lancy street in west philadelphia shot his driver last night.delancey street in west philadelphia shot his driver last night. the gunman stole a cell phone and about $100 in cash. this is the third murder in philadelphia so far in 2015. neighbors near the scene say they're disturbed by this kind of violence so early in the new year. >> we've had some issues on this 5400 block of delancey street for some years but we were able to clean it up with the help of the 18th police district and some community activism and it has gotten much better, much better. so i'm kind of sad to see this occur on this block since it has turned around so greatly in the past. >> police say they are interviewing the victim's girlfriend right now who was inside the vehicle and witnessed the shootings, but was not hurt.
new from overnight, police in camden county are investigating an incident involving an exploding mailbox. nbc 10 was along secoya road where neighbors called police to report loud noises in the area around midnight. officers tell us one cast iron mailbox exploded. nobody was hurt. so far, police have not made any arrests. also new from overnight, police philadelphia are looking into a shooting death that led to a three-car accident. nbc 10 was on the scene in north philadelphia. police say a man in his 30s was shot in the chest while driving his minivan. the vehicle then crashed into two parked cars. wed roadst roads may have been a factor in the crash. the car slammed into a utility pole and flipped over at abbottsford avenue. one person was taken to the hospital. no word on a condition. a crew had to be called out to
the scene because that pole was leaning over due to the crash. we are making calls to the utility company to see if any houses have lost power. we will keep you posted. happening now, drivers on the pennsylvania turnpike are paying more to get to their destinations. a 5% toll hike went into effect at midnight. the new rates apply to easy pass and cash customers. the most common toll for a passenger vehicle will increase from $1.04 to $1.09 for easy pass customers, and from $1.60 to $1.70 for cash customers. this is the seventh time in ten years that there has been a hike in tolls. next search crews are zeroing in on that missing airasia flight. we'll tell you about what divers have found that's bringing them closer to the wreckage and to finding more victims. an incredible story of survival. we'll tell you about this little girl who managed to escape this
at 6:11 here is a live look outside. i'm guessing this is the center city skyline? yep, my producer tells me it is. you can barely see anything, because obviously our cameras that are over at the adventure aquarium are fogged up a little bit, and there is some precipitation out there this morning. however, as meteorologist michelle grossman tells us we are not dealing with a washout today as we did yesterday. she'll have the details coming up in the seven-day forecast. the national weather service confirms that two tornados touched down in mississippi over the weekend. you can see the tornados tossed mobile homes into a wooded area in one part of the state. this is in jasper county. the twisters also snapped trees and downed power lines yesterday. fortunately, no injuries have been reported. officials say because of heavy
rain flash flooding is now a concern. new this morning in the search for the missing airasia flight crews have found a fifth piece of debris believed to be part of the plane. divers had to cope with bad weather and low visibility yesterday, but they think they have found the fuselage of the jetliner. also another body has turned up. so far, 31 bodies have been recovered. that leaves 131 passengers and crew still missing. the flight disappeared one week ago on december 28th. it was leaving indonesia, but did not make it across the java sea. in indonesia this morning, americans in surabaya are on alert because the u.s. embassy has issued a warning about a potential threat against banks and hotels associated with the u.s. there. officials say there is no connection at this point, though linking the missing airasia plane with the threat. investigators with the national transportation and safety board are expected to survey the site where a plane
crashed in kentucky. four family members were killed but one little girl survived. 7-year-old sailor gutzer was bloodied when she wokalked about a mile in freezing temperatures until she found a house where she could get help. >> a miracle that she survived but also the fact that she didn't succumb to exposure, hypothermia and was able to have the sensibilities to try to get help. >> sailor only suffered a broken wrist in the crash, but her parents, sister, and cousin were all killed. air traffic controllers say the pilot reported engine trouble shortly before they lost contact with them. jury selection is set to begin tomorrow in the boston marathon bombing trial. dzhokhar tsarnaev pleaded not guilty to setting off two bombs at the finish line of the 2013 marathon. the explosions left three people dead and more than 260 injured. tsarnaev is also charged with killing an m.i.t. police officer
in the days following the attack. on friday, a federal judge denied a defense request to delay the trial so that attorneys could have more time to prepare. if convicted, tsarnaev could face the death penalty. the time right now is 6:14. the south jersey man accused of going on a shooting rampage at los angeles international airport is also due in court tomorrow. on friday federal prosecutors announced that they're planning to seek death penalty against a salem county native. they claim the killing was premeditated. he is accused of murdering a tsa officer and wounding three other people at l.a.x. in november 2013. he has pleaded not guilty to murder and related charges. a judge wants the case to be tried this year but that death penalty decision could delay it. we are just days into 2015 but just one year away from the iowa caucuses and new hampshire presidential primary. so for the field of potential candidates, the battle for the white house begins right now.
nbc's kristen welker takes a look at the state of the race. >> reporter: former florida governor jeb bush was the proud father friday watching his son george p. bush get sworn in as texas land commissioner. but there are fresh signs bush is considering his own political future and a race for the white house. earlier this week he resigned from all of his corporate and non-profit board positions after announcing on facebook last month that he's actively exploring a bid. polls show bush is the prohibitive frontrunner in a crowded field, with names that include texas senator ted cruz kentucky senator rand paul and new jersey governor chris christie. and just this week senator marco rubio from bush's home state of florida told npr he's still keeping his own options open. >> as far as, you know speculating about whether two people from the same state can run, it's not unprecedented. >> reporter: for the democrats all eyes are on hillary clinton. this week, she teased her supporters with this e-mail entitled "announcement" that turned out to be a fundraising
letter for her family's foundation. >> she said she was going to take some time off over the holidays and she actually did it. but now it's january people are waiting for her to do something. >> reporter: among those waiting, vice president joe biden. former virginia senator jim webb. maryland's outgoing governor martin o'malley. and even vermont senator bernie sanders. political analysts say clinton and bush have such strong name recognition and fundraising potential at this point, other candidates might be intimidated. on the other hand their connections, past and present, could become liabilities. >> everyone knows who hillary clinton is. everyone thinks they know who jeb bush is. and all of that carries potential baggage. they have business entanglements. all kinds of things that because they are the frontrunner make them the biggest target. >> reporter: while name recognition and money may give a starting advantage to clinton and bush, other factors wild cards for now, are bound to shape the race. economic fluctuations. volatile events on the world stage. natural disasters and verbal gaffes. all of the things that make
every presidential campaign unique. >> that was nbc's kristen welker reporting. "meet the press" will have more on the potential candidates in 2016. that's this morning at 10:30 right here on nbc 10. think you've got the latest gadgets for christmas? think again. the consumer electronics show kicks off this week. we'll show you the must-haves for the new year. michelle? >> and you must have an umbrella today. we are looking at rain this morning and the chance for showers on and off throughout the day. also seeing some fog across the area. you can see it from our aramark camera. and we are looking at temperatures a little warm this morning, but even warmer this afternoon, into the low 60s. we'll have your full forecast straight ahead.
>> fog all across the area reducing visibilities. keep the umbrella handy, you'll need it throughout the day. we're not looking at a washout like yesterday, but still showers after the rain moves through early this morning. the first weather headlines, fog to start out with. i'll show you the visibilities in just a minute. a few more showers. a cold front comes through later today. much warmer into the 60s today. 62 as the afternoon high. reduced visibilities. down to two and a half in philadelphia. to the north, we're looking at a half mile visibility in allentown. a half mile visibility in lancaster. so if you're flying out this morning, good idea to call ahead. there is the fog outside. you're going to see it as you head out this morning. we're looking at rain in philadelphia right now. 43 degrees. 11 degrees warmer than this time yesterday. temperatures all across the area much much warmer. we're above freezing in all spots. that's the good news because we do have some wet weather out there. 35 in allentown.
35 in lancaster. 43 in philadelphia. 47 in millville. look at the coast of new jersey. 50 at the atlantic city airport. 52 in cape may. so as we look at the 24-hour temperature change anywhere from ten degrees to 20 degrees warmer than this time yesterday. 22 degrees warmer in atlantic city. you will surely feel that difference if you head out. we are tracking rain this morning. pockets of heavier stuff and steadier rain. bucks county montgomery county just a few pockets of steadier rain. we have clouds throughout the day. we are also dealing with a few scattered showers throughout the afternoon. this is what it looks like around lunchtime. just a few spotty showers, but still bring the umbrella. maybe the jacket with the hood as you head out this morning. by 5:00 a cold front moves through, so we'll start to see a few more showers. that moves through, we may even see a thunderstorm along the coast. so by 8:00 look at the coast of new jersey into delaware. we may see a few thunderstorms.
we're going to track that throughout the afternoon and evening hours. then we start that gradual clearing process. you can see finally the clouds off the coast by 10:00 and partly cloudy skies tonight. today, showers likely. much warmer. maybe a thunderstorm in new jersey, also parts of delaware. tonight, 34 in philadelphia. 30 north and west. gradual clearing also breezy. seven-day forecast. warm today. 62 degrees. by monday that temperature really drops. but the sunshine comes back to 36 degrees. tuesday, 32 with a chance of snow. wednesday, windy, cold. thursday the coldest day of the weechk it's beginning week. feeling like the teens in many spots. >> several venues are getting ready to welcome thousands of people to the consumer electronics show in las vegas. vendors are unpacking and working on their displays to show off the newest and most innovative high-tech gadgets, like wearable technology and drones. the show set in las vegas since the '70s, but this year a little
bit different. this massive event is beginning to be spread out across the strip. the consumer electronics show kicks off on tuesday. in our area community members in burlington county worked up a sweat while raising money to help keep a school open. nbc 10 was at st. paul school in burlington yesterday afternoon for a zumba-thon fundraiser. the school is slated to close unless the community raises $250,000. so far they've raised about $130,000. the pta has more events planned to help raise the rest of that money. next sarah palin is under fire for this picture of her son stepping on the family dog. animal rights groups are outraged, by the former vice presidential candidate is not backing down. her response to the critics and the meaning behind this photo. that's coming up.
chill. that's sarah palin's response to peta after the animal rights group criticized some photos she posted online on new year's day. it shows palin's 6-year-old son stepping on the family dog to reach the kitchen sink. he has down syndrome. it was accompanied with the caption may 2015 see every stumbling block turned into a steppingstone on the path forward. the peta says palin had no apparent sympathy for the dog, calling her quote hard-hearted and bizarrely callous. palin has responded on her facebook by writing dear peta chill, at least trig didn't eat
the dog. jill is a precious part of our world, so is trig. matt delucia is live in northeast philadelphia for us this morning where there is a show of solidarity for the nypd officers killed in the ambush last month. matt? >> reporter: a large group of philly officers just left for new york city a few minutes ago. i spoke with some of them who went last week and they are going now for a second time. hear why coming up. we have fog this morning across the area. we're seeing reduced visibilities down to a half mile in some spots. it is a mild start as well. also some rain moving through. so a busy morning and we're going to feel like spring later on this afternoon. i'll let you know how warm we're going to get in just a few minutes.
vandals. what they're putting into people's mailboxes that's getting very dangerous. let's take a live look now at the first alert radar. you can see that system is still hovering over us. we do have a little bit of rain this morning, but the tradeoff we're getting with this system is that today is going to feel more like spring than winter. the temperatures are climbing but will the warm weather stick around? we'll talk to meteorologist michelle grossman about that in just a moment. good morning. welcome back to "nbc 10 news today." i'm rosemary conners. it's 6:30 on this sunday. michelle let's talk about this gift that we're getting from mother nature today because of that rainstorm. we've got some warm temperatures. we're going to be in like the 60s, right? >> absolutely. feeling like spring later on this afternoon. and it's going to feel like 21 degrees warmer than what it's supposed to feel like. and we're going to be cold once again and looking at some of the coldest air we've had in a long time this week. but this morning we are dealing with some rain. on radar you can see it moving from southwest to northeast over the next few hours, we're going to be dealing with some rain.
then on and off showers throughout the day. and by this afternoon we have a cold front that moves through that sparks even more showers, maybe even a thunderstorm in parts of delaware or also new jersey. this is what radar looks like right now. temperatures are warm this morning. we'll be warm this afternoon into the low 60s. right now, 43 in philadelphia. in the 30 toss the north and west. 36 in allentown. 35 in lancaster. 38 in reading. look along the coast of new jersey. we're already sbinto the low 50s. so every spot above freezing. that's the good news with the wet weather moving through right now. we'll keep it mild by 8:00. 47 by 10:00. 50 degrees. and by lunchtime, 55 degrees. and then of course we'll see the chance for showers throughout the day so keep your umbrella handy. we'll talk more about that. warm today and cold tomorrow. even colder for the end of your workweek. we'll have those numbers straight ahead. happening now in delaware county police are looking for this missing 10-year-old boy. officers in ridley township tell
us that lewis guzman was last seen by his grandmother yesterday afternoon before he left to play with a friend. right now a search is under way for the boy. anybody with information is asked to call police. tomorrow the medical examiner is expected to officially identify the body of shane montgomery. the montgomery family says that divers recovered shane's remains yesterday afternoon. crews found the body at the bottom of the schuylkill river in manayunk behind the manayunk brewery at main street. he disappeared the early morning hours of thanksgiving day. the family tells us this discovery means that shane has finally come home after the long search. >> it was that moment that you kind of hoped it wasn't shane, and that it was something else. but at the same time he's in god's hands. >> police say they do not suspect foul play in shane's death. the family has not released
funeral arrangements yet. thousands of men and women in blue will be in new york city this morning to honor officer wenjian liu, who was gunned down in cold blood last month, and some from philadelphia's police force will be there to show their support. nbc 10's matt delucia is live in northeast philadelphia, and matt you just spoke with some of those officers who are now on their way to new york. >> reporter: yeah rosemary. those buses left just a few minutes ago from the lodge here in northeast philadelphia. they are on their way to new york as we speak. it's a difficult trip especially now for system of those officers going for the second time. a little over 100 officers left from the lodge, they went for the funeral for officer ramos of the new york police department. take a look at some of this video we just shot of the officers here about 80 of them getting on the buses here heading up to new york. they are going to the memorial service for officer wenjian liu. now, the thing is, last week so
many people went from around the country, upwards of 25,000 officers, that the philly officers couldn't get into the church itself so they lined the procession route from the church to the cemetery. the officers today plan to do the same thing. now, i did speak with a couple of the officers who were on those buses right now. some who did go last week. they're going now for the second time. here's why. >> every single officer in attendance for officer ramos's funeral, in the back of their minds, i'm sure they were thinking, this could be them. every time we get dressed, we put on this uniform to serve our community, within one day, we may be able to save a life, deliver a life or even give our own life within eight hours. >> reporter: and so those buses left just a few minutes ago. they are on their way to new york city as we speak. and so for some of these officers it's the second time for a second farewell. live in northeast philadelphia this morning, i'm matt delucia, nbc 10 news.
tomorrow in pike county, pennsylvania, the man accused of killing a state trooper and injuring another during an ambush is scheduled for a preliminary hearing. eric frein is charged in the deadly shooting at the state police barracks in blooming grove in september. police say frein was then on the run for about seven weeks before investigators captured him. new from overnight, police in camden county are trying to figure out who put explosives inside of a mailbox. nbc 10 was on secoya road where neighbors called police to report loud noises in the area around midnight. officers tell us one cast iron mailbox exploded. nobody was hurt. this morning, philadelphia police are looking for the gunman wanted for murdering a limo driver who had only been on the job for a week. the owner of the car service tells us that a passenger taken to delancey street in west philadelphia shot his driver last night. the owner of the limo company also says the gunman stole a
cell phone and about $100 in cash. this is the third murder in philadelphia so far in 2015. neighbors near the scene tell us they are disturbed by this kind of violence so early in the new year. >> we've had some issues on this 5400 block of delancey for some years, but we were able to clean it up with the help of the 18th police district and some community activism and it has gotten much better, much better. so i'm kind of sad to see this occur on this block since it has turned around so greatly in the past. >> police tell us they are now interviewing the victim's girlfriend, who was inside the vehicle and witnessed the shooting but was not hurt. pennsylvania state police have captured one of two escaped inmates whom they say broke out of a burke's county prison. timothy hostetter is back in prison. right now, raymond martinez is
still on the run. the men set off a fire alarm at the warnersville community center managed to escape and got away in a silver minivan. trial is scheduled to begin nor a former iron worker's boss accused of racketeering. 73-year-old joseph dockerty is the last defendant in a group of 12 members of iron workers charged by federal prosecutors. the members used violence and even arson, like a fire at the site of this meeting house, to intimidate builders into using their union's labor on construction projects. the other 11 members have pleaded guilty. the trial for the boston bombing suspect will begin this week. why his defense attorneys tried to delay it. the sleet and rain yesterday made for difficult driving conditions across pennsylvania. even for a salt truck. we'll have the details on what happened.
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this is "nbc 10 news." >> new this morning in the search for the missing airasia flying crews have found a fifth piece of debris believed to be part of the plane. divers had to cope with some bad weather yesterday and low visibility but they think they've found the fuselage of the jetliner. also, another body has turned up. so far, 31 bodies have been recovered. that leaves 131 passengers and crew still missing. the flight disappeared one week ago on december 28th. the flight was leaving indonesia, but did not make it across the java sea.
meanwhile, in indonesia this morning, americans in surabaya that's where the plane was actually taking off from americans there are on alert because the u.s. embassy has issued a warning about a potential threat against banks and hotels there that are associated with the u.s. officials say there doesn't appear to be any link between the missing airasia flight and that threat. we'll keep you posted. today we could learn more about this plane crash in kentucky that killed everybody onboard except a young girl. the ntsb is expected to arrive at the crash site today. 7-year-old sailor gutzer walked nearly a mile through the woods in the -- and cold with no shoes to find help at the first house she reached. >> answered the door and the little girl 7 or 8 years old, standing there bleeding legs and all scratched up arms scratched up. and she said her mom and dad were dead. and that she had been in a plane crash. >> the pilot reported engine
trouble and then air traffic controllers lost contact about 40 minutes later after that happened. that's when sailor made it to larry wilkins' home. her parents, sister and cousin all died in the crash. jury selection is set to begin tomorrow in the boston marathon bombing trial. dzhokhar tsarnaev pleaded not guilty to setting off two bombs at the finish line of the 2013 marathon. the explosions left three people dead and more than 260 injured. tsarnaev has also been charged with killing an m.i.t. police officer in the days following the attack. on friday a federal judge denied a defense request to delay the trial so that the attorneys could have more time to prepare. if convicted, tsarnaev could face the death penalty. at 6:42 let's check in with cnbc's sue harerra. >> the new year kicks off with some real concerns about when the federal reserve will begin raising key interest rates. just how low oil prices and gas
prices could fall and how some struggling economies overseas will fare in the coming year. we start the new week off with auto sales data for december and for the full year. and both numbers are expected to be very strong. on friday we get december's jobs report from the labor department, with analysts hoping to see a big boost in holiday hiring last month. the federal reserve has some new rules for the nation's biggest banks in 2015. they're designed to make sure that they can withstand another economic crisis. the national governor's association gives its annual state of the states address in the nation's capital this week. updating conditions and challenges states are facing right now. and a couple electronics show takes place this week in las vegas with the latest innovations in smart phones tvs, internet connected autos and all kinds of new gadgets. and the one-time star of the tv show "real housewives of new jersey" is scheduled to begin serving a 15-month prison sentence this week for submitting phony loan applications and hiding assets from bankruptcy creditors.
i'm sue harerra. get all your business news on cnbc. it was a dangerous mission the first time around but a doctor from philadelphia is going back to west africa to help in the fight against ebola. you'll hear from her after the break. we have rain moving through this morning. also some fog across the area reducing visibilities. we have some wet roadways out there. cape may in new jersey. may even see a few thunderstorms later on this evening there. we'll talk more about that. also very mild air today. that's all coming up.
house in shaler township. the family was upstairs when the truck barrelled into their living room. the drifrver had to be rescued, but nobody else was hurt. >> closer to home we had the sleet, the freezing rain. and luckily this morning, just waking up to some rain across the area. we have mild temperatures and we'll be very mild by this afternoon. temperatures bv ss above freezing this morning. 22 degrees warmer in some spots compared to this time yesterday. we're dealing with fog due to that warm air. reduced visibility down to a half mile in some spots. a few more showers. maybe even a thunderstorm later on this evening. in parts of new jersey, also delaware. we're looking at a rather cloudy day. mild and it gets bitterly cold as we head throughout the workweek. visible is reduced to one and a half miles in millville. down to three miles in philadelphia. to the north, we're looking at visibility around three quarters
of a mile in allentown. we have fog this morning. hard to see outside. take it slower on the roadways. they are wet. we have the fog in place. if you're flying out you may want to call ahead. 43 in philadelphia. rain is falling. winds out of the southwest at eight miles per hour. it is ten degrees warmer than this time yesterday. part of new jersey up to 22 degrees warmer. temperatures to the north and west, we are mainly looking at the 30s at this point. 37 in reading. 36 in allentown. 35 in lancaster. 43 in philadelphia. but we were in the 20s yesterday to the north and west. 47 in millville. 51 in atlantic city. and 52 in wildwood. you're going to see this warm air surge in, up to 62 in philadelphia later on this afternoon. 63 in dover. so we're beginning to watch these numbers. i don't think they'll be record-breaking. 68 is the record in philadelphia, but we'll take it this time of year before we see those temperatures really plummet as we go throughout the workweek. tonight, back down into the 30s. mild this morning.
you can see the rain moving across the area. we have some pockets of some heavier stuff where you can see the yellow. it's proving pretty quickly. mainly in parts of bucks county montgomery county parts of new jersey. future cast we're going to track this as we head throughout the morning hours. clouds in place all day long. then we're looking at the chance for a few showers. a cold front moves through later this evening. we're going to have clearing behind this but we still do have more showers in the forecast. even a few thunderstorms, so we'll watch that as we head throughout the evening hours. looking at temperatures in the 60s. 1 61 to 63. monday mostly sunny and colder. 36. by tuesday, chance for snow. we have a clipper system that could bring us some snow. wednesday, it's a cold one. windy, also 29. 22 on thursday. feeling like the teens. back to the freezing mark with some sunshine friday and saturday.
it's a mission that can be both dangerous and rewarding. this weeking a ingweek a doctor will return to west africa to treat ebola patients. nbc 10 was there at the airport in october when dr. trish henwood left for liberia. when she came home in late november, henwood underwent a 21-damon or thing period to confirm she did not have any symptoms of the virus. >> i came back to the u.s. i coordinated with the public health department here in philadelphia, so they were aware when i was returning and came to my house and we did direct active monitoring where i would check my temperature twice a day with them. >> henwood has been spending time with her family beforefullying out this week. she will return home in february. next in sports the flyers try to stop their losing skid against the devils, but jaromir jagr made that very difficult for them. the veteran 42-year-old made history last night against philadelphia. we'll tell you how he got into
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but we do have that fog out there this morning and there are some scattered showers. temperatures right now in the 40s. they are going to warm into the 60s. really a fantastic day in terms of the weather, in terms of the temperature. going to feel very mild like spring. but we do have some of this wet weather that's still lingering around. hey, i'm john clark. at the end of november the eagles were 9-3. the carolina panthers had just three wins and yet they're moving on to the second round of the playoffs. panthers toying with arizona. cam newton a 39-yard touchdown pass to whittaker. the cardinals with a third string quarterback, just 78 yards, fewest ever in a playoff game. panthers win 27-16. cam newton gets his first playoff win. first one for the panthers in ten years. the ravens all they do is win road playoff games. audubon, new jersey's joe flacco, a record seven playoff road wins now. connecting with gilmore for the touchdown. ravens beat the steelers in
pittsburgh 30-17. they're going on to new england next week. chip kelly has all the football power with the eagles now and he's searching for a new director of player personnel. pro football talk reports ed manowitz will interview for the job. he's the current assistant director. chip is beginning to be in charge of picking the players that he coaches. only a few coaches have this power, like bill belichick and pete carroll, they both won a super bowl. ruben frank thinks kelly can do it. >> you don't do what he's done and win the games that he's won without really having a very good understanding of personnel. you know, he lost six games at oregon three the last three years. he's gone 20-12 here. he knows players and he knows personnel. it's like ray rhodes said once you don't want to go to war with somebody else's soldiers and i think that's how chip feels. >> on to the flyers. they finished off their longest road trip of the season last night. they won the first three games but ended with five straight losses. and they were without captain
claude giroux. he tried to go but couldn't get the skate on over the cut on his leg. scott lawton out too as well. jaromir jagr notching his first hat trick in nine seasons. that was also against the flyers. he's going to be 43 next month, so he's the oldest player ever to get a hat trick. it's one for the ages. flyers lose 5-2. that's 13 road losses. only carolina has more in the nhl. we've got to get better. there's no excuses. we brought this on ourselves. >> no giroux or lawton tonight, did that mess things up? >> obviously that sucks, but the way we played tonight, we could have had wayne gretzky dm ourin our lineup, i don't know if we would have won. >> that says it all. villanova missed out on having the best start in school history. let's go to seton hall. career day, 19 points 24 boards. the most for nova in 44 years. tied at 58-58, darrun hilliard
gets a good look, but he misses. in o.t. carrington giving seton hall the lead. that is nova's first loss of the season. they lose 66-61. wright and la salle at george mason. going for a fourth straight win. but patrick holiday, the three from the corner. still is the holiday season. explorers lose 70-62. st. joe's and drexel lost as well. i'm john clark. have a good rest of your weekend. the latest sixers slide has hit five games after getting clubbed by the clippers last night. philadelphia stuck around through halftime, then l.a. pulled away to complete the rout. tony wroten led in points but it wasn't enough. clippers win 127-91. the sixers, by the way, dropped every game on their west coast trip. they are back at home tomorrow to host the cleveland cavaliers. the time right now is 6:57. "nbc 10 news today" continues in
just a moment with a full hour of news. matt delucia is following members of the philadelphia police department who are on their way to new york. matt? >> reporter: yeah rosemary. about 80 officers are on their way up there as we speak. some are making the second trip in just over a week. i've been talking with some of those officers. we'll have that coming up. >> we are waking up to some fog across the area. also some rain. you can see on radar that we are tracking some rain across the area. lots of green on the map. that will be the story over the next few hours. so rain today. even a thunderstorm later on this afternoon. some mild air before a bitter cooldown. we'll talk more about that coming up.
"nbc 10 news" starts now. >> this morning, to basically pay respect to our fallen brothers. just as we know they would pay respect for us. >> remembering a fallen comrade. right now, a group of philadelphia police officers are on their way to new york city to honor a brother in blue killed in last month's ambush in brooklyn. we'll have a live report. a scare in the suburbs after a mailbox explodes. nbc 10 on the scene as police begin their investigation. taking a liv