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. breaking news on nbc 10. appeal denied. within the last two hours the federal court rejected a request from the trump administration to immediately reinstatement the controversial immigration ban. >> he's dying, please. new details on the death of a 2-year-old boy in camden county. we're hearing the 911 call made by his nanny just before he died. weekend warmup. right now many neighborhoods are in the 30 rs. the temperatures will start to climb today and we could hit 60 by the middle of the week. good morning. this is "nbc 10 news today." it's rosemary connors.
5:30 on this sunday. still cold out there this morning but better than yesterday. meteorologist krystal klei has the most accurate forecast in the regional. >> you're right. not quite as cold as yesterday. 29 degrees in philadelphia. most of us at or below freezing for allentown, mt. holly 26. 31 degrees in wilmington and atlantic city. that was a look at your actual temperatures. this is what it feels like this morning. the feels-like temperatures weren't quite as rough as they were yesterday. 13 in mt. pocono. yesterday we were below zero, 23 in wilmington, philadelphia the same. it is a cold start to your morning, but not as cold as yesterday. so that's the good news for us. temperatures this afternoon will always be warmer than what we saw yesterday. here is radar and satellite. we have clouds starting to deal
with the west. we're looking at today mostly cloudy to partly cloudy. as we get later in the day, we will see more sunshine, still, the clouds will be overhead, not as sunny as yesterday, although we didn't really feel the effects. it was so cold through the afternoon. here is the look at the forecast as we go throughout the next few hours. 29 right now, low 30s at 7:00 a.m. already warmer than the high we hit yesterday as we get into your late morning hours. notice winds start to pick up as well. it will still feel colder than it truly is. looking at a breezy of a noon. we'll talk about the wind speeds and the big warmup on the way in just a few minutes. just within the last 90 minutes, a federal appeals court denied the trump administration's request to immediately reinstate the ban on immigrants and refugees from seven muslim countries. the overseas rush to board
flights, yesterday the justice department fierld an appeal to deny the ruling. the appeal was denied. this morning mr. trump is working out of his resort in florida. one tweet he wrote reads the judge opens up our country to poe testimony terrorists and others that do not have our best interests at heart. bad people are very healthy. matt delucia is at philadelphia international airport. >> reporter: the federal judge who issued the administration, according to the trump administration, over reemed. the ninth circuit court of appeals didn't buy that argument, at least not at the moment. there is expected to be more back and forth as far as arguments on the case. the justice department has until early tomorrow morning to respond. the acting solicitor general argued that the president alone has the power to decide who can stay in the u.s. yesterday airports and airlines
began complying with a court order that came on friday night that lifted the ban even if temporarily. president trump vowed the court ruling will be overturned. the travel ban had been in place for a week. some people who had been detained made it into the u.s. >> it's really frustrated. i was about to check in when he signed the order. >> the airport welcomes the return of operating procedures in which properly vetted foreign travellers and refugees are admitted into the united states. a syrian family denied entry here at philadelphia international last week, we heard and confirmed with their attorney that arrangements have been made to make reentry back into the u.s. we'll be following that. live at philadelphia international, matt delucia. still no charges in the death of a 2-year-old boy.
nbc 10 obtained the 911 call in the unresolved case. the call lets us hear the frantic moments up to that toddler's death. >> he's dying, please! >> county officials released the call to nbc 10 yesterday in response to an open records request. the november call came from the nanny. he said the toddler in her care was throwing up blood. the boy ended up dying at some point after the eight-minute call. the prosecutors office is handling the case. so far no arrests. in lehigh valley police need your help to find a man they say posing as an officer. police say the man pictured here mulled over aa woman in lower seahawk ken township. officers say the woman realized the person was not a police officer and drove off. the same suspect is wanted for another similar incident in white hall township. the man wrote a white suv with a red and blue emergency light on
the dashboard. take a look at these exclusive new pictures on the delaware river turnpike connector bridge. the bridge is expected to stay closed until at least april. a crack discovered in one of the trusses closed the span last night. 5:36 right now. on this sunday, coming up on "nbc 10 news today," a girl scout robbed in center city, philadelphia. we'll tell you what police are looking for this morning. just ahead. one of the biggest games of his life. falcons quarterback and chester county neighborhood matt rooiian is getting one of the highest honors in football. we'll explain why he has a reason to celebrate even before the super bowl kicks off. >> nbc 10 celebrates black history month from the african-american museum in philadelphia, saturday, february a ir 11th at 7:00.
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and temperatures that are warmer than yesterday. let's talk about the winds. a little bit around 10 to 15 miles per hour, not terribly strongs. gusting up to 25 miles per hour. a few spots may see gusts up to 35 miles per hour. that will put you in the low end windy category. strong enough that it will feel cooler than it actually is even in the afternoon. 32 degrees at 8:00 a.m., 40 by noon and mid to upper 40s as we get into the later afternoon. 4:00 p.m. at 44 degrees. if you see a little mix and clouds out there in philly, that's going to be the case across the board. 29 at 8:00 a.m. in the suburbs, 38 by noon. that's the same for the lehigh valley. cloudy as we start the morning there. in delaware, 32 degrees, 8:00 a.m. and 30 for new jersey. the shore a little warmer at 35 degrees. then we track those temperatures into the afternoon all making their way into the mid, upper 40s for high temperatures later on. it's a big difference from yesterday when we saw mid to
upper 30s for high temperatures. let's review. coming up, we'll talk more closely about the warmer, still cloudy, breezy conditions of today. maybe you're going to a super bowl party. then we'll look at the temperatures continuing to climb through your workweek, how high they go. we'll track rain returning to the fast as well. >> demonstrations continue in our area during president trump's first 100 days in office. according to officials, 2,000 people took part in the march for humanity down broad street. the group was protesting president trump's travel and immigration ban. aside from the traffic trouble, philadelphia police tell us the march was peaceful. philly police's chief inspector of homeland security thanked his force on twitter. he tweeted a vp visit, two large demonstrations and marches, zero arrests and zero negative incidents. very proud of my officers. there were protests worldwide
including in mar-a-lago where president trump is spending his weekend, london, berlin and paris. vice president mike pence stopped in philadelphia yesterday to talk courts and the constitution. the vice president spoke to members of the federalist society, a group that advocates for the constitution and the separation of powers. the vice president took the opportunity to praise president trump's pick for the supreme court, judge neil gorsuch. >> it should be abundantly clear that judge neil gorsuch is a worthy successor to antonin scalia, cut from the same cloth. our constitution and country will be stronger with him on the supreme court, but we're not there yet, which is why i'm here. >> before his speech, vice president pence saw the liberty bell, expected to be in houston for the super bowl later today. vice president pernce is a gues
on "meet the press" along with nancy pelosi and paul ryan. in other news this morning, philadelphia police are searching for the person who robbed a girl scout. police say it happened just before 5:00 near rittenhouse square. we'll have more on that a little later. 5:42. coming up, new information on the building plan forster city. we'll tell you about the upcoming meeting that could soon make it a reality. max tackles the toughest messes, : finish quanm the first time... for an amazing clean, choose finish. (all with worry-free ownership. colors in your neighborhood... head to your neighborhood enterprise car sales and let the people who buy more vehicles than anyone...
floatation device and called in the fire department for rescue. after about 40 minutes the man was freed. he's facing charges for possession of a stolen vehicle and eluding police. you're looking at top honors for a fallen soldier. these pictures are from yesterday's occasion of the a.j. dickson vets center. he died while serving in iraq in 2004. dickson's mother was on hand for the ceremony. the center is available for active and inactive military members and their family members. new details on plans to build a 29-story tower along jewel her's row. toll brothers released buipropd floor plans for the most than 100 condos. toll brothers will present the plans before the review committee on tuesday. the pro ekt jekt is not without
controversy. businesses and neighbors who favor preserving the samson street history oppose the project. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> let's start with a look at the temperatures out there. not quite as cold as yesterday. it is still a cold start. marsha marshalltown 25 degrees. some of us in the 30s. 30 harmony hills and talliville at 29 degrees currently. we have temperatures that are still chilly, not as cold as we saw yesterday. especially because the feels-like temperatures aren't as rough either. now looking farther south, 28 harrington, 34 ellendale, we're right at freezing for row lobe both beach. in philadelphia, closer to 30.
29 fox chase, west mt. airy at 29 and 30 the current temperature in manity october. there's no precipitation to be had, still a dry forecast for your sunday. especially those of you planning to get out there later today to go watch the big game. here is radar and satellite view, clear overnight. seeing the clouds start to line up to our west. they're going to head our direction as we go through the morning. leading to a mostly cloudy first half of the day and a partly cloudy second half of the day. i don't think this is snow making it to the ground, but i won't rule out a few isolated snow flurries near the poconos as we go through today. most action is not going to be within our reach. we see the mix of clouds an sun and temperatures that move into the 40s instead of the 30s like we saw yesterday. in the suburb, lansdale at 43.
easton with a high of 43. lower 30s for berks county and the lehigh valley. mid 40s along the shore at 46 degrees across the board. in delaware, upper 40s, 47 for rehoboth beach, smyrna and wilmington this afternoon. today we see the clouds build in and then they start to thin out as we get into the afternoon. there's the isolated flurries, right past the poconos and maybe a few spot areas making it into the lehigh valley. overall we should stay dry. we start to clear out as well overnight into your monday. monday we'll see more sunshine in the forecast. we don't really track any changes until we go monday late night, tuesday morning. there we are at 9:30 in the morning. now we see rain moving through. i do suspect we'll see the showers continue through your tuesday and more scattered wednesday. we could even see some activity by thursday. i'll explain what that means
with your temperatures and the potential for snow on the extended forecast in the next half hour. still ahead on "nbc 10 news today," more than just a game. tonight all eyes will be on houston for super bowl li. thousands who will be at the big game won't be too worried about the score. we'll explain. i'm erin coleman. president trump wasted no time turning his campaign promises into practice. critics calling his actions illegal, while supporters applaud his take. join me later this morning when we separate fact from fishing shun. >> what's the substance of these particular executive orders? are there problems with con fliktsd of federal law, problems with conflicts of the constitution. >> coming up this morning at 11:30 following "meet the press" only on nbc 10.
5:51 right now on this sunday. here is a live look over center city. you can see the flags there atop the aramark building. it's just a touch warmer this morning than it was yesterday, and meteorologist krystal klei tells us we're in for a warming trend. when the falcons meet the patriots in super bowl li in houston, atlanta quarterback will be on the field, ryan is from ex-ton. he played at pen charter. ryan beat out super bowl opponent tom brady for the award. to fans the super bowl is the ultimate contest, but no game to a special group who will be in houston. the nfl has hired more than 4,000 private security and crowd management officers to help
police and federal agents keep everything safe. >> paying for more canine teams, more viper units, providing air support for the event. cyber security support. all the capabilities that the federal government has. >> police are also on the look ot for counterfeit tickets and fake super bowl merchandise. we're told former president george h.w. bush is ready for tonight's coin toss. you're looking at the first photo of the 41st president since being released from the hospital last week after a bout with pneumonia. from office pools to sports books, the super bowl is the biggest bet in america for gamblers. nearly $5 billion in bets this year, more than 11% more than last year. 97% of the it will be wagered illegally. new england is a three-point
favorite over atlanta. gambling can work up an appetite. our region will be feasting tonight. pennsylvania's favorite snack during the super bowl is pepperoni pizza. in new jersey bash cued chicken wings, in delaware, it's nachos with guacamole. >> this is sports desk brought to you by x finney. x1 will change the way you experience tv. good morning to you. happy sonny. i'm danny pommells from csn. brian dawkins is one of many nfl grates to travel to houston to see if they made the 2017 class of the pro football hall of fame. he was the only first ballot finalist not to have his name called. ladainian tomlinson and jason taylor did make it in. dawkins tweeted out after the news broke, does not change the facts, i'm blessed by the best. classy as always. there's always next year. let's turn to the 6ers, they wouldn't have joel embiid but
didn't have joe legal okafor due to soreness. embiid not traveling to the final road trip on new england. heat already in control in the second, but the 6ers trying to push back. maryland's knoll with the alley-oop. brett brown's men had no answer in the first half or at all for hassan whiteside. turn around over noel here. with the heat up 11, whiteside back for work. 23-13 in the first half. 6ers fall to the heat, taking it on the cheek, 125-102. great start for nova against st. john's, up 8-0 mr. the first half. brunson gets the 18-point half-time lead for nova. nova goes inside, then back out
to dante difficult vin chen sa. nova over the johnnys, 92-71. the flyers win over montreal thursday was a breath of fresh air for a team that fell flat out of the all-star break, looking to build on the momentum yesterday as they welcomed the kings to south philly. a visit from l.a. means a return from number 77, former flier jeff carter, leading his team onto the ice. pick it up in the second half, king o to the cross bar, one end flyers push the other way, open ice, he can only hit the post. flyers that close to cashing in. later in the period michael know burg, a save of the year candidate. wow, robs brown with the glove. didn't look like he'd get there. brown with almost the whole net to shoot out. norberg gets the glove down. he wasn't done. still scoreless. under five to play in the third. kings on the rush, first shot is
blocked, but watch norberg get the leather where it needed to be once again. a great performance for him. over time, 2:30 left in the extra session, all three flyers, there's that guy, jeff carter all alone, scores the game winner. think he's excited? a little bit. kings finally foil norberg and beat the flyers 1-0 in over time. that's your look at sports. i'm danny pommells, csn. still ahead, following the breaking news on the immigration ban. this morning a federal appeals court has denied a request to reinstate the ban. matt del lucia is live at philadelphia international to fill us in. >> we're i'll have the details next. >> we're forecasting temperatures today, warmer than what we saw yesterday.
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appeal to reinstate the president's immigration ban denied. we're live at philadelphia international to explain what it means for travel into the u.s. it's the last thing you'd expect to happen when you fire up the laptop. we'll tell you about the new warning about the popular batteries used to power everything from computers to cell phones. here is a live look over center city. a little breezy out there this morning. a warmup is on the way for the week ahead. we'll tell you when we'll break out of the 30s and get closer to 60 coming up. good morning. welcome back to "nbc 10 news today." thanks for being with us. i'm rosemary connors. it's 6:00 on this sunday. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking cold conditions right now. we know warmer weather is on the way. tell us about it. >> that's exactly right. this will be an impressive warmup. yesterday we only hit a high of 36 degrees. we're talking temperatures way, way warmer as we get into the workweek, but we starth
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