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long. actually a cold weekend before we start to see the temperatures rebound, especially by the end the workweek. temperatures in the 30s, mostly cloudy skies outside. a live view from our adventure aquarium camera. radar showing us we are tracking flurries, snow showers out there. it looks like winter feels like winter and the temperatures are showing that. just below freezing in horsham. to the north and west a lot of temperatures at or below freezing right now. 29 degrees in lancaster, the south and east same story. temperatures in the mid to upper 30s. 36 at the atlantic city airport and 37 in woodbine. factor in the winds, they will be a factor all day long it feels like the 20s. 27 in philadelphia the wind chill in allentown is 20. look at the wind chill in lancaster, the teens. so for today, plan on a cold and windy day. 37 by 11:00. by 1:00, mostly cloudy. temperatures not climbing very
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far. we'll talk about the warmup by the end of the workweek. that's straight ahead. investigators are working to determine what caused a fire at a vacant warehouse in philadelphia. jesse, what are conditions looking like right now. >> reporter: they have been able to tamp out the vast majority of flames. with that said there are still hot spots burning within the structure. you can't see them from this particular side of the building although you can see the water that is being sprayed on to them. you can see the smoke and the water returning off down to the septa tracks. we'll talk more about that in a second. there is still smoke coming from the other side of the building and there are still hot spots burning. some of the dozens of pieces of fire equipment, though being removed as firefighters have definitely gotten the upper hand. residents called 911 around 2:20 this morning saying flames were shooting from this 65,000 square
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footwear house on west westmoreland street. it was once used for metal and graphics productions on the two floors. remnants helped to sustain the flames and force the initial two-alarm fire up to four alarms. the roof and part of the interior wall in the rear of the structure collapsed. it took dozens of firefighters four hours to bring the flames under control, though it's not still out. their efforts hampered by overhead power lines and the nearby septa tracks. >> it's very hard to get the upper hand. normally what we do is surround and drown. we try to get water around the total building and attack it from all angles so we can put this fire out. because we didn't have access because of the railroad that's one section of the building we couldn't have access to. >> they're continuing to bombard this structure with water from ground and ladder or aerial hoses to try and put out the last of the flames. however, let's come back. you can see the septa tracks and
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all the water that is on the side, also mud running down from the hillside that's right next to the warehouse facility. because of this the septa manayunk/norristown line will be suspended for the rest of the weekend. septa is putting out alternate plans around that. go to our website, and we'll link you to their website. go up a little bit. you can see a little bit of the blacz smoke, just rising above the roof just below that aerial hose. that's kind of where the last of it is centered. that's what they're trying to knock out. we'll update this coming up in 30 minutes. we're live in north philadelphia this morning, jesse gary, nbc 10 news. new from overnight, one worker is dead two others are injured after an explosion at a berks county titanium plant. it happened late last night at the timet plant on hemlock road in morgantown. investigators are trying to
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figure out exactly what sparked the deadly blast. call it a case of fighting back. philadelphia police say robbers tried to hold up two friends headed home from work but one of the victims also had a gun. this is the intersection in overbrook where police say a pair of young armed robbers confronted the friends walking home thursday night. one of the victims was shot and killed. detectives say the other victim pulled out his concealed carry handgun and shot both suspects. this by the way is the second deadly botched robbery here in recent weeks. a man walking his dog was gunned down during a holdup earlier this month. some neighbors tell us that carrying a legally owned gun shouldn't be their only option to feel safe. >> it's sad. that's not how i came up you know, you could walk to the store, walk somewhere. you didn't have to have a gun and all that. it's sad that you have to kill the kids now because if not, the kids will kill you. >> the man who fought back was not hurt. again, his friend was killed. one of the robbers died.
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the surviving suspect is in critical condition and will face charges. family members of a prominent new jersey couple are disputing the report by prosecutors. john and joyce sheridans are calling the report by the somerset county prosecutor's off speculative and plan to file a lawsuit. the report comes after a six-month investigation which found that cooper hospital ceo john sheridan killed his wife, set their north jersey house on fire and killed himself last september. a former day care owner has been charged with after police say a 15-month-old child drown while under her care. the cumberland county prosecutor's office announced that rockiesen lacy is charged with operating a child care center without a license. investigators say she was caring for six kids at sunshine day care in millville last november. a child accidentally drown in a gold fish upon. prosecutors claim lacy needed a line because she was caring for
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more than five children. police in voorhees want you to take a good look at these pictures. they say the two men you see here are persons of interest in a robbery that injured an elderly man. the 83-year-old man was robbed near the robin hill apartments on preston avenue. he had to be treated at the hospital for injuries to his face. no one will be charged in this case that's the word from philadelphia police after a 4-year-old girl tried to take a bus ride by herself in the middle of the night. investigators tell us the girl got herself dressed and left her house in tacony around 3:00 yesterday morning. she boarded the bus telling passengers that she wanted a slushy from a convenience store. the driver called police and stopped the bus until officers arrived. >> this day and age, somebody could have picked her up you know. it was really scary. it was scary to see her out there at that time of night by herself. >> police reunited the girl with her mother at the hospital after she was checked out a few hours later.
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right now, a 5k race is wrapping up at citizens bank park in south philadelphia. 5,000 participants hit the streets around the ballpark at 8:00 this morning. the event raises money for the phillies charities group which awards grants to a variety of local organizations each year. the time right now is 9:07. overseas, a siege at a hotel in somalia ends with government troops taking control but not before more than a dozen people were killed. plus new information emerging about the mental health of that pilot who downed a german jet in the french alps. what a hospital is not saying about his recent treatment.
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we're looking at a cold day in the pocono mountains. we're also tracking flurries right now.
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in some parts of the area, parts of chester county down through northern and central delaware. everyone has a shot for seeing flakes flying today. temperatures mainly in the 30s, 36 in philadelphia 35 in trenton, 34 in wilmington. the north and west are at or below freezing in many spots. 32 in pottstown. the south and east mainly at the mid-30s. you're looking at that northwesterly flow cold air from kang da. 24 mile per hour wind gust in northeast philadelphia. cold and windy today, transfer of flurry possible snow shower even a rain shower in some spots. otherwise, mostly cloudy skies, 38 to 41 with winds gusting near 30 miles per hour. cold one today, cold one again on sunday. 60s in your seven-day. we'll look at that in just a few minutes. new from overnight, government troops in somalia killed several gunman who stormed a hotel in the capital of mogadishu.
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the al qaeda-linked groupal algroup al shabaab is claiming responsibility for the attack. at least 17 people are dead. it's unclear how many of them were the gunmen. there are four days left until the deadline hits to reach a preliminary deal in iran's nuclear program. today negotiations continued in switzerland with the foreign ministers of france and germany joining u.s. secretary of state john kerry. the goal is to outline an agreement that would be used to reach a long-term settlement. now to the crash of germanwings flight 9525. a german hospital is denying reports that it treated the co-pilot for depression but hospital staff does confirm that andreas lubitz was there for a diagnostic evaluation on march 10th. that's exactly two weeks before he deliberately crashed a passenger jet into a mountain in the french alps killing 150 people. that includes two americans with ties to our area. yesterday, prosecutors announced that lubitz hid evidence of an
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illness from the airline, including a doctor's note excusing him from working the day of the crash. the news is causing mixed emotions for some of the families of those killed on that flight. >> i don't feel anger. i'm really sad for the father the parents of that young pilot. >> experts say lufthansa could be looking at unlimbed compensation claims for the crash. they say it would be difficult, maybe even counterproductive, for the german airline to try to avoid liability. the time right now is 9:11. after the break we'll meet this week's wednesday's child and meteorologist michelle grossman will be back with how long the winter-like will last. she'll have the full forecast. plus, a winning lottery ticket in our area. it's worth a couple million bucks. could it be in your purse or pockets? we'll have the details, coming up.
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this is nbc 10 news. it is in the mid-30s on this saturday morning as we take a live look at boathouse row. it's cold and windy on this saturday. hey, if you're going to be around boathouse row today, keep this in mind. expect delays along lincoln drive and kelly drive. also martin luther king drive will be closed until noon because of a charity race. another heads up for drivers we want to talk about. anybody who takes the pennsylvania turnpike, this applies to you, the turnpike will close in both directions between the bensalem and
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delaware valley exits starting tonight at midnight. transportation officials say they hope to re-open the highway around 6:00 a.m. workers will be removing steel girders from the bensalem bridge. a longer bridge will eventually take its place. kids who go to philadelphia's public schools will get a day off before pope francis arrives for the world meeting of families. a district spokesperson announced that the street closures taking effect on friday, september 25th will make it too difficult for students to get to class. there's also the issue of traffic with an estimated of 1.5 million people expected to visit philadelphia. the world meeting of families begins on september 22nd. the pope visits that weekend, september 26th and 27th. you can get updates about the pope's visit by downloading the nbc 10 app. there you'll also find more information about how to
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volunteer or host visitors at your home. let's check in with this week's wednesday's child. she's a wonderful girl whom we are rooting for. she's sweet and caring, has a lot of love to give. she's looking for a forever family to love her back. nbc 10's vai sikahema introduces us to jillia. >> reporter: she has a warm, caring heart and possesses a can-do attitude. she has a passion for cheerleading, so we went to learn some new cheers from the experts, penn's cheerleading squad. >> one, two, high "v," three, four five. >> reporter: she had a ball learn something of the routines. >> jillia has the ability to light up a room when she comes in. she has a caring heart and sweet disposition. >> reporter: she hopes to be part of a cheer squad someday and has dreams of becoming a
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lawyer in the future. >> she's so open to trying new things and willing, you know if you ask her to do something, she has a willing heart. >> reporter: jillia's passionate about helping people in need which has led her to volunteer her time at shelters and homes. >> today i'm going to a nursing home because i make cards for them. i'm going to pass them out. >> she's getting in there, getting involved what can i do to help? that's a recurring theme with jillia. >> reporter: she has so much potential to achieve her goals she needs a forever family to support and care for her throughout her life. >> she needs someone who will be her cheerleader, in her corner rooting her on highlighting her positives and pointing her in the right direction. >> reporter: jillia is this week's wednesday's child. >> if you'd like to help make her dream come true or the dream of any wednesday's child sponsored by the dave thomas foundation, go to and search wednesday's child. you can also call the national
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adoption center at 1-866-do-adopt. now, your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> all right. a cold saturday also windy. it will feel like winter all day long. in fact all weekend long we'll be cold with temperatures staying put in the 40s. typically we're supposed to be around 57 degrees. the weather headlines on your saturday, a cold weekend in store, today colder than tomorrow. but a nice rebound on monday. we're tracking possible flurries. seeing flurries in spots right now, even a rain shower or two later on this afternoon, this evening. mild this week. not tuesday but it will be later in the week where we're looking at 60s in our forecast. right now, 36 degrees, mostly cloudy skies. winds out of the north/northwest at 14 miles per hour. temperatures all across the region mainly at or above freezing, north and west. 31 in allentown, 31 in reading, 29 in lancaster. a lot of spots below freezing well west of the area 23 in
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mt. pocono. the south and east temperatures around freezing to mid to upper 30s, 38 in millville, 36 in atlantic city. there's that cold start. we'll be cold all day long. we have mostly cloudy skies outside. you can see from this view right here pocono mountains. we'll have mostly cloudy skies throughout the day. as we go throughout time here temperatures around 36 in philadelphia. 23 mt. pocono. really by this afternoon, right around 40. there's that northwesterly flow bringing down the cold canadian air, locking it in place. 16 in reading, helping to usher in that cold air. it feels like 27 in philadelphia feeling like 10 in mt. pocono feels like 16 in lancaster and the wind chill in millville is 30 degrees. future weather as we go throughout time plenty of cloud cover, windy conditions cold conditions today. you notice a couple white spots showing up here also some green. that's showers, a couple snow showers. don't be surprised if you see a few flakes flying around.
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skies clear tonight, cold tonight. we'll wake up cooler on sunday morning. sunshine comes out on sunday, lots of sunshine. still not going to warm us up too much. today, 38 to 41. cold and windy a flurry, possible i aly a shower. 18 north and west tonight with clouds. with winds in place we'll have a wind chill that will make it feel like the teens in some spots in philadelphia at least close to philadelphia. seven-day forecast for you today, by tomorrow lots of sunshine, not warming us up just 45 degrees. the rebound comes on monday 59 windy, mild partly cloudy. not a bad day. the clouds build in throughout the afternoon. by tuesday, a clipper system moves in. chance for rain and snow. and then a warming trend, really nice by the end of the workweek wednesday 58. thursday 66. tracking the chance for a shower. friday mostly cloudy 66.
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>> 9:23 on this saturday here's a live look down the shore at cape may. a few people out there on the beach this morning. i don't blame them. it is cold today. temperatures in the 30s and they're not going to get much warmer. we're barely going to get out of the 30s today. we're looking at a high of 40 degrees. guess what tomorrow morning it will be colder than it is this time today. keep that in mine. however, there are some 60s in the seven-day forecast. new this morning, a senior boston police source says an officer who was shot during a traffic stop last night is expected to survive and recover barring any complications. according to the department somebody jumped out of a car and shot the officer. other cops returned fire and killed the suspect. a woman was caught in the cross fire but her injuries are only minor. two other people in the car are in custody on unrelated matters. let's head to los angeles where a driver surrendered after leading police on a chase. the stolen car had the words "we
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support our local police department" written in the back window. at one point during the chase police nearly had the car cornered in a parking lot but the driver plowed through shopping carts and sped away. a little while later, the driver stopped the car and he and his passenger surrendered. today special canine units will sniff for anybody possibly trapped beneath the rubble in new york. emergency workers are searching for two people missing since thursday's blast. a third person may also be unaccounted for. in the meantime investigators are looking into whether someone tampered with the gasolines setting off the explosion. amanda knox says she is grateful to have her life back. knox gave a brief comment outside of her seattle home yesterday after italy's supreme court overturned the murder conviction against her and her former boyfriend. the pair has long maintained their innocence in the murder of knox's roommate meredith kercher. knox's release from prison in
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2011 but last year her acquittal was overturned. yesterday's decision is the final ruling in case. >> you saved my life and i'm so grateful and i'm so grateful to have my life back. >> knox recently got engaged and has been working as a free lance reporter for a seattle newspaper. still ahead on nbc 10 news today, the fire marshal is looking for the cause of a blaze at a warehouse in north philly that burned through the early morning hours. nbc 10's jesse gary is there following the investigation. jesse? >> the fire is under control but now the concern is service along septa's railroad tracks which run right by the fire scene. we'll have an update on that coming up right after the break. bundle up this morning, the soccer games, 5ks, 10ks, it's cold right now. cloudy skies with flurries in some spots. we'll talk about today's cold
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forecast and a warmup for the workweek. that's coming up.
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this is nbc 10 news. >> this morning, the search is on for the cause of this inferno that roared through a philadelphia warehouse. it took hours for fire crews to bring the flames under control.
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we're live at the scene with how this is impacting septa operation. you'll need your winter coat on this saturday morning. here's a live look outside. looking toward the philadelphia museum of art, not a bad day to spend inside checking out the exhibits at the museum as temperatures will barely climb out of the 30s. >> i know, it feels like winter. good morning. welcome back to nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary connors. it's 9:30 on this saturday morning. let's get a check on the weekend weather with meteorologist michelle grossman. we'll need the heavy coats today and tomorrow. >> i think so. it will feel like winter both days. tomorrow better than today, still right at 40 degrees today. when you factor in the winds it will feel more like 30. by the mid of the workweek the latter part of the workweek we'll feel more like spring. mostly cloudy skies this morning, if you're out and about, mostly cloudy skies throughout the day. temperatures mainly in the 30s, 36 in philadelphia right at the freezing mark in chester
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springs, 35 in trenton, 35 in wrightstown and temperatures to the north and west at or below freezing in so many spots. 23 degrees in mt. pocono 31 in reading, at the freezing mark in pottstown, quakertown, coatesville. south and east mainly the mid to upper 30s 36 at the atlantic city airport. 39 in woodbine. factor in the winds, it feels colder than that. this is what you want to dress for if you head out this morning. you want to dress for 20 in allentown, 27 in philadelphia, feeling like 16 in lancaster feels like just 10 in mt. pocono and the wind chill in millville is 30 degrees. we're tracking a few flurries and snow showers out there, especially northern and central delaware. we have a shot for flakes flying throughout the day, maybe even a rain shower. we'll track more of the weather this weekend, even cold again tomorrow and that warmup comes later on in the workweek. we'll do that in just a few minutes. >> fire crews have been at this
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north philadelphia warehouse for about seven hours now. they're still trying to knock out hot spots. nbc 10's jesse gary is live at the scene on westmoreland street. this fire is not only impacting people in that neighborhood but also people who take septa. tell us about it. >> let me show you instead of tell you. you can see right here the fire scene continues to burn. they are continuing to douse water on to this warehouse. but the runoff from that water is coming down all by the septa tracks right here. i just asked septa, is there a possibility all this water could undermine the tracks themselves? if that doesn't happen you can see icing is starting to form on the overhead power lines above the track. for that reason septa service along the manayunk/norristown line is suspended for the rest of the weekend while septa surveys the tracks to see how badly, if at all, they are damaged from all of this water and debris and mud that's running down by the tracks.
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let's take a look at the video, the fire started around 2:20 this morning, when residents called 911 saying there were flames shooting from the 65,000 square footwear house. the space was once used for metal and graphics productions on its two floors and some of the equipment and furniture still inside is helping to feed and fuel the flames push this from a two-alarm fire up to a four-alarm fire. flames so intense a roof collapsed and a partial collapse of an interior wall on backside of the building. it took the firefighters about four hours to bring this under control. their efforts hampered because of the railroad tracks and power lines. >> initial incident commander decided to go with an exterior defensive operation which was a very good call because it's a vacant property. we don't risk life for vacant properties. >> reporter: again, they are continuing to bombard this area
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with water, just trying to tap out the last of the blaze. every now and again, that wind will shift. the water will spray into the camera lens. no injuries in the collapses, no injuries in the evacuations. you may not be able to get through the surrounding streets because of the fire hoses. septa is putting out information about the alternate bus routes, et cetera. go to our website,, we'll link you to septa's website with more information. of course, stay tuned on our mobile app throughout the day for the latest on this fire. live in north philadelphia jesse gary, nbc 10 news. new from overnight, an explosion at a berks county titanium plant killed one worker and injured two others. this happened late last night at the timet plant on hemlock road in morgantown. the cause of this deadly explosion is now under investigation.
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philadelphia police say a victim fought back when he and a friend were confronted by robbers as they were returning home from work. this is the intersection in overbrook where police say a pair of young armed robbers in ersbers confronted the friends thursday night. one of the victims was shot and killed. detectives say the other victim pulled out his concealed carry handgun and shot those suspects. one of the robbers died. the surviving suspect is in critical condition and will face charges. family members are speaking out after prosecutors say a prominent new jersey couple died in a murder/suicide. john and joyce sheridan's four adult sons are calling the somerset county prosecutor's report speculative and they plan to file a lawsuit. the report comes after a six-month investigation that ruled that cooper hospital ceo john sheridan killed his wife, set their north jersey house on fire and killed himself last september. this morning, philadelphia police are investigating a
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stabbing spree that left one woman dead and two family members injured. investigators believe one of those family members was the attacker, they just don't know who. officers were called out to this house yesterday on reynolds street in bridesburg after neighbors reported hearing screams. >> my neighbor across the street called me at 6:30 this morning because she saw ambulance and many cops. >> the woman who died was 50 years old. police are now waiting to talk to her 74-year-old mother who is in critical condition and her teenage son who is being treated for hand injuries to phone out exactly what happened. this morning, a montgomery county high school ranked one of the top public schools in the nation is at the center of a nude photo scandal. police are investigating allegations that students shared inappropriate pictures of other classmates online. at north penn high school allegations have surfaced that nude and seminude photos and videos of some female students were posted on the file sharing
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website dropbox. many of the victims are under the age of 18. it appears that most of the photos were originally sent to just one recipient through apps like snapchat. >> parents, that's where it starts with the parenting. kids are going to do kid things. >> it's wrong on every level. it's privacy. it's respect. >> the district has issued a statement to parents. it reads in part police know that npsd and local law enforcement are working together on this matter and take alleged activities such as these very seriously. pennsylvania has strict laws involving the sharing of nude photos, even from one minor to another, as it is considered child pornography. law enforcement is encouraging anybody with relevant tips on this to contact police. today the mt. holly police department will recognize three of its fallen officers at a special 40th anniversary memorial march. the march honors the lives of
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patrolman donald aleshire john holmes and william wurst who were involved in a deadly altercation with a sniper on march 28th 1975 on garden street in mt. holly. aleshire and wurst were shot and killed at the scene. holmes was wounded, paralyzed and died years later from his injuries. the public is invited to attend today's event. the march begins at 11:00 this morning at the mt. holly police department. electric customers would have to pay more to turn on the lights if peco gets the rate hike it wants. still ahead, how much that rate increase might be and when it could take effect.
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jacklyn: our middle schools have classes that are devoted for test prep. my kids only have a half a year science and a half a year social studies to make room for preparing for the test. gina: we have no after-school programs, we have no freshman sports, we have no extra anything... okaikor: we're cutting those programs to make way for test prep. and we're not taking in to all the other things that makes a child whole. gina: we are setting our kids up to fail.
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and welcome back on this saturday morning, i'm meteorologist michelle grossman. waking up to a cold day walking out to cold and wind temperatures in the 30s. wind chills in the 20s. that was a live look outside from our cape may camera. temperatures right now 36 in philadelphia 31 in allentown. just 29 degrees in lancaster. we're looking at 38 degrees in millville. you factor in the winds and the winds will be a factor all day long. we're looking at wind chills around 10 in mt. pocono, 20 in allentown. feels like 16 in lancaster and feeling like 27 in philadelphia. also tracking a few snow flurries, snow showers. we could see that from time to time throughout the day. don't be surprised by that. also may see a rain shower. for the most part we're looking at mostly cloudy skies, there are those winds gusting to 22 miles per hour in wilmington up to 26 in mt. pocono. winds gusting today, a cold one
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today. we'll see the winds less on sun, not quite as cold. still well below normal. we're tracking a warmup for your workweek. we'll look at that in just a few minutes. we haven't had to crank up the heat a lot lately. but my heat is still on. next year peco customers may have to spend more to heat and cool their homes, that's if peco gets the electric rate increase it's asking for from the utility commission. they want to replace equipment and improve infrastructure. if approved monthly bills for residents would go up about $6. the increase would take effect january 1st. it may be spring but it does feel like winter today. here's a live look outside atr @r(tf o ck right after the break with the full first alert forecast. news from spring training. the phillies dominick brown could start the season on the dl. we'll tell you what ryan sandburg has to say about his outfielder. sixers and clippers squared
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off last night. deandre jordan had a solid game but not during this free-throw air ball. ugly. highlights, next in sports.
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this is nbc 10 news. 9:45 on this saturday here's a live look toward old city and the ben franklin bridge. not the best of days out there.
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we've got clouds in the sky, temperatures in the mid-30s, not a whole lot of sunshine today. we'll get that tomorrow but it is going to be cool. so keep that winter jacket handy. happening now, about 1,500 runners are dealing with the chilly temperatures they're finishing up a race to benefit the homeless in philadelphia. the at&t back on my feet five miler started at the art museum. nbc 10's vince lattanzio is helping to emcee the event. nbc 10 is a proud sponsor. back on my feet by the way uses running to help people who are homeless change the way they see themselves so they can make real changes in their lives. from our jersey shore bureau plans are back on to redevelop the pier shops in caesar's in atlantic city. the shopping dining and entertaining complement was bought for $3 million last fall. there was a legal dispute with caesar's that was only recently
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settled. governor chris christie wants lawmakers it approve a package of bills a spokesperson stopped short of saying that the governor will sign it. lawmakers have held off putting the package up for a final vote without the governor's official support. it includes plans to let casinos make payments in place of taxes and redirecting taxes and fees to pay down the city's debt. looking for a job this summer? especially those teenagers out there? get more information about working at philadelphia's pools and camps this summer. the parks and rec department is holding a jobs fair at the longdreft recreation center on rising sun avenue from noon until 2:00 today. jobs are open for kids 14 years and older. now, your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> we are looking forward to that weather because it is certainly feeling like winter today. it be cold all weekend long. temperatures, we're looking at temperatures right now in the 30s and wind chills in the 20s.
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so we're not going to go very far in terms of the temperatures today. tomorrow, a little better but still in the 40s. the winds better tomorrow. possible flurries. we're seeing flurries across the area in some spots. we're not looking to amount to much. still, don't be surprised if you see a quick snow shower a flurry out there. we're tracking a warmup we're mild by the end of the workweek with temperatures in the 60s. 36 in philadelphia winds out of the north/northwest at 14 miles per hour. right now, temperatures at or below freezing. 31 in allentown, 29 in lancaster, 32 in pottstown. 23 in mt. pocono. temperatures mainly in the mid to upper 30s, 36 at the atlantic city airport and 36 in dover. cold part to the day, cold air in place, also wind in place. we'll see winds gusting up to 30 miles per hour at times, mostly cloudy skies outside. a live look from lake wallenpaupack.
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wind chills around 11 degrees is what it feels like in the pocono mountains. winds gusting near 25 miles an hour in wilmington. up to 23 in reading, 26 in mt. pocono 20 miles per hour in millville. we'll see the winds stay in place through tonight. as you make your plans tonight into the evening, overnight hours. they will lessen overnight, the winds. still breezy on sunday. flurries and showers, light snow showers, a couple flurries out there. if you're headed out in parts of chester county northern and central delaware you may encounter a few flurries. future weather as we go throughout time the main weather headline today, the cold the wind. again, we can't rule out the chance of a quick snow shower. we're looking at mostly cloudy skies. clouds clearer tonight, a cold night tonight with the clouds clearing and also the winds lessening a bit. temperatures dropping back into the 20s in philadelphia. sunny on sunday but despite that bright sunshine we're looking at temperatures only topping out
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around 45 degrees on sunday which is about 12 degrees below what is typical for this time of year. today, colder than that 38 to 41. i think we'll end up around 40 degrees. tonight, if you think this morning is cold wait until tonight. temperatures dropping back into the 20s, teens north and west. wind chill in place. we'll have pretty low wind chills as we wake up on sunday morning. bright sunshine throughout the day, 45 by sunday afternoon, monday, that's a nice day. partly cloudy skies, 59 degrees. nice day in terms of the temperatures. we'll rebound nicely. a clipper system moves through on tuesday. that will drop the temperatures back into the 40s, 46. a chance for rain and snow mild on wednesday, 58. that looks to be the best day of the workweek. by thursday and friday temperatures into the 60s. tracking a chance for showers both days. i'm amy fadool from comcast sports net. phillies manager ryan sandburg said yesterday it's unlikely outfielder dominick brown will be in the lineup on opening day
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and brown could start the season on the disabled list. dom brown is suffering from left achilles tendinitis. phillies hosting the yankees yesterday. 2014 first round draft pick aaron nola facing big-league hitters for the first time. in the third, nola gets beltran swinging and missing. in the fourth inning alex rodriguez, same result. nola, three scoreless innings, struck out four. before the flood gates open from the sky, the yankees opened the flood gates with seven runs off jake beakman. not pretty. yankees win 10-0 in a rain-shortened six inning game. sixers hosted the clippers last night. while nerlens noel and deandre jordan are both 6'11", jordan outweighs the rookie by about 37 pounds. philly u. head coach honored for his 1,000th win earlier this season. nerlens noel held his own in this one. alley-oop, finished with a career high 30 points. jordan, well, you want to go ahead and get the ball in the cylinder.
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they're called free throws but this is nothing. you don't get any points for that. you do get embarrassment. sixers season ticket holder patrick corcoran drains the half-court shot. his tickets on the house next year. that's pretty good. jordan finishes the alley-oop from chris paul. jordan, 17 points 20 rebounds sixers fall 119-98. on the ice, vinnie lecavalier has been a healthy scratch the last three games. he u s& be back this afternoon when they host the sharks. lecavalier will return to the fourth line, ryan white will replace wayne simmons on the first line. that's because simmons is out for the remaining seven games of the season with a broken leg. special visitors at flyers practice yesterday, troops from joint base mcguire base lakehurst joined the flyers. the flyers will happy to make time for the troops. >> sports at the end of the day is background music. what these guys do, they're the real heroes. obviously without them we wouldn't have the freedom that
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we have today. we're very fortunate to have the troops that we have. >> very true. that will do it for sports. i'm amy fadool from comcast sports net.
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today, a community in montgomery county will finally have its st. patrick's day day parade. the event in conshohocken was postponed from a few weeks ago because of rain. irish dancers and pipe and drum bands will march down fayette street beginning at 2:00 this afternoon. the street will be shut down earlier in the day to get ready for the parade, so keep that in mind if you're going to be driving through conshohocken. drexel is hosting an indoor triathlon to benefit the children's hospital of philadelphia. this is the third year for the event. it's going on until noon at the school's rec center.
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participants will use the treadmills stationary bikes and the swimming pool for the triathlon. there are different distances offered for all skill levels. the montgomery township police department is inviting residents to come together with police officers at a free community event. they want you to have coffee with a cop at the starbucks on bethlehem pike in north wells between 10:00 and noon today. it's a chance for law enforcement to build relationships with the people they serve. before we go this morning, we want to get one last check of the weather. not the best day but, hey, it's not snowing out there which we'll take. >> agreed yes. >> i can't believe we're saying that, it's so close to april. >> we are seeing flurries. we're not seeing accumulating snow, which is nice. looks like winter feels like winter. it will be cold all weekend long. we may see a flurry or two throughout the day. we're seeing some right now in some spots. mostly cloudy skies sunday, sunshine returns in full force. not warming us up still 45. that's 12 degrees lower and is
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typical for this time of year. sunday morning, we'll see temperatures right around 24, 25 in philadelphia. monday we rebound to 59. that's going to feel awesome. partly sunny skies. tuesday, back into the 40s with a clipper system. 60s for thursday and friday. >> we're looking forward to that. that's going to do it for us. i'm rosemary connors. for michelle grossman and everybody here at nbc 10 have a good one. see you tomorrow.
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