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right now on "nbc 10 news today," the winds of change. here is a live view of the flags blowing in a strong breeze down the shore in cape may. spring fever swept the region, but today a return to winter. this morning the cleanup after yesterday's storm. the wicked weather caused such significant damage in one part of our area that officials are investigating if a tornado is responsible. it's back to court this week for bill cosby and his legal team. they'll argue why the case should be moved out of montgomery county. good morning. this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm rosemary connors. thanks for being with us. it's 9:00 on this sunday. what a difference a day makes.
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meteorologist krystal klei is tracking the changes to the weather and has the details of the most accurate forecast in the region. >> yesterday morning at the same time temperatures climbing into the 60s and 70s. not going to happen today. the feels-like temperatures feeling like 11 degrees in mt. pocono. actually dropped a few degrees over the last couple hours. 26 what it feels like now in philadelphia and 25 in lancaster. 28 for millville and 29 in mt. holly. meaning across the board, it feels cold as you step out the door. the jacket you did not bring yesterday you have to grab as you head out the door today because you will feel the difference. here is why. the wind gusts have picked up. 31 miles per hour in philadelphia, 35 in millville and 25 in wilmington, 22 the registered gust speed for allentown right now. it's going to stay windy today, which means even into the afternoon, even with a little warmup in the afternoon it's going to remain cold because of the wind-chill or feels-like
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conditions. we have clouds that have spilled in across the area. a mix of sun and clouds for today. overall a dry day. even that doesn't last for long. tracking a warmup in your temperatures and the next round of rain in the forecast, we'll check in on that in just a few minutes. >> we'll see you shortly. thanks, crystal. today folks across our area will assess damage and make repairs following yesterday's storms. meantime investigators from the national weather service will be in lancaster county to determine if any tornadoes touched down there. emergency rues say strong winds knocked down trees and power lines. the hardest hit areas are clay, elizabeth and west cocalico townships. one homer described what it was like as the wicked weather barreled through her neighborhood. >> couldn't open the door, so i knew something was happening. i got in that corner back there. >> although her home was heavily damaged, fortunately she was okay. also there are no reports of anybody injured in that area. a weather roller coaster. that's probably the best way to
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put it. first yesterday it was warm, then the storms rolled in, then the temperature took a real plunge. minor flooding on the schuylkill expressway led to traffic jams late yesterday. in delaware county our cameras captured intense rain and hail. people enjoying that taste of spring before the storm were really jolted back to the reality of winter and february after it all passed. >> it was gorgeous. i don't know what happened. the weather completely changed. >> supposed to be cold and snowy. i kind of like the snow, but it's all rainy, kind of muggy out. >> the change of weather also included some thunder and lightning. is what it was like to drive in those conditions. storm force 10 was on i 295 in cherry hill as rain drenched the highway and slowed traffic. the wet weather hit delaware as well. the downpours forced folks to
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spend their saturdays inside, not a soul out in the sharply neighborhood of north wilmington. to see more video, check it out on the nbc 10 app and send us weather video from your neighborhood and get the exclusive forecast. new this morning, police are investigating a shooting at a south philadelphia nightclub that wounded one woman. the victim was hit in the shoulder and the leg at club onyx on columbus boulevard. investigators say a man ran from the scene. no arrests yet this the case. the victim is recovering at jefferson hospital. tomorrow in montgomery county, comedian bill cosby will head back to court, expected to appear at a hearing in the sex assault case against him. nbc 10's deanna durante is live in norristown to fill us in on what we can expect tomorrow. deanna? >> reporter: for people driving or trying to get here to the courthouse, there will be traffic restrictions, and the street will have some areas blocked off. in front of the courthouse you can see the security barriers already laid out.
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bill cosby will walk on the other side of those barriers and walk right in to the main entrance of the courthouse. comedian bill cosby has appeared at all of his pretrial hearings, most recently where defense lawyers challenged prosecutor's attempts to bring 13 women in front of the jury. some accusers have accounts that date back to the late 1960s. in the end the judge is allowing only one woman to testify. she claims bill cosby assaulted her in a beverly hills hotel room in the 1990s. the woman claims cosby forced her to take a pill and she was offered red wine. some say the woman's account is similar to that of andrea constand, the woman at the center of this sexual assault case. she claims cosby assaulted her in 2004 in his cheltenham home after she drank red wine and took pills cosby offered her. in 2005 the district attorney then declined to prosecute cosby, but the case was given new life after a flood of women came forward. in a battle for district
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attorney, the eventual winner used the cosby case in his campaign ad. defense lawyers say kevin steele labeled cosby a sexual predator. defense says the headlines and this ad are some of the reasons the case should be moved out of montgomery county. that is what the defense team will be asking for, that it is moved to another county, have hinted they would like it to go as far as the pittsburgh area. the prosecutors, however, have said they would not oppose if a jury was brought in from another county in the state. if the judge decides to make a change here, it will be up to the pennsylvania supreme court to decide either where the case goes or where that jury comes from. live in norristown, deanna durante, nbc 10 news. now to news from delaware county where the search is on for an armed robber. one suspect was caught after robbing a store on lancaster avenue in villa nova last night. another suspect was last scene running into a nearby wooded
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area. officers and canines searched the area but did not find the second robber. in delaware democrats will keep control of the state senate. yesterday stephanie hensen won a special election. vice president joe biden gave her an early endorsement in the race. yesterday nbc 10 was at mcvay elementary school in newark where the voters were waiting in line even before the polls opened. the special election fills the senate seat vacated by bethany hall-long who is now delaware's lieutenant governor. department store owner albert boscov will be remembered. he died from pancreatic cancer earlier this month. he was 87 years old. he ran his family's chain of retail stores in our region for six decades. he's credited with coming out of retirement in 2008 to save the business from bankruptcy. he also helped to fund reading programs and the arts in our area.
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today new transit schedules will start. route 44 buses will begin making extra evening trips. tomorrow service on horsham breeze bus will be split into two routes to handled more riders. eight minutes past 9:00 on this sunday. 37 degrees outside. this weekend the flyers went old school and took their game outside. fwook the giroux. they score! >> if you didn't make it to steel town, don't worry, we have the highlights against their keystone state rival, the penguins. police say a new jersey man blew through the easy pass lanes without paying. wait until you hear how big a big he allegedly racked up.
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just one softgel delivers mega support. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> let's start off with a look at the current temperatures. the current looks outside neighborhood by neighborhood. blanket of clouds over the suburbs of new jersey and parts of the lehigh valley. we thin the clouds a bit in philadelphia, 37 degrees. still around freezing in parts of our pennsylvania suburbs and the mid 30s, the lehigh valley and delaware, also note those wind speeds coming out of the west and northwest. right around 10 to 20 miles per hour. that's going to continue as we go through the rest of today. it will be a windy out there as we move along. 40s for the highs later today. but what it feels like, well, a lot cooler because of those winds. 30 it feels like at 10:00 a.m., 36 by 2:00 and 37 around 5:00 p.m. that's about as high as it goes. upper 30s for feels-like temperatures in the afternoon in
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philadelphia. mid 30s for the feels-like in the suburbs. we'll have the rest of your neighborhoods in a few minutes. for members of philadelphia's puerto rican community, it's more than just a mural. it's a symbol of their history in the city. vandals defaced it this week and now the community is asking for help to repair the artwork. also, oscar's night to shine. hollywood let's ready for the big award show. we'll take you to the red carpet for the preparations and predictions.
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>> the flyers fought hard but couldn't pull off the wichb. they took on the pittsburgh penguins in front of more than 67,000 fans in an outdoor game here on nbc 10. the pens prevailed 4-2. plenty of flyers faithful who made the trek out there to rival territory. they dressed in their orange and black. it took six hours to get out there. they tell us they were greeted by some friendly penguins fans. >> there's been a couple of mishap, but there's just as many nice people as mean people. >> 80% of them are pretty nice. >> the other 20? >> the other 20 are not so nice. >> i wonder what they would say about us. we asked nhl commissioner gary bettman. he said the next game could happen at citizens bank park or beaver stadium. we'll keep you posted. later we'll have player reaction to last night's game.
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now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> passionate. they'd say we were passionate about our team. here is a look outside in philadelphia. a view from center city over the aramark building. the winds are still strong out there, just like we saw yesterday. the gusts won't be as strong as yesterday. that's because the front was passing and that will crank up wind speeds. you're still going to notice those breezy to windy conditions today. that does make it feel colder than it actually is outside. here are a look at your temperatures for your philadelphia neighborhoods, 38 in society hill, 37 in center city. in comparison yesterday we were nowhere near these numbers. we were already in the 60s by this point in the day. we won't get to the 60s today. 36 in chestnut hill and west mt. airy. we're looking at temperatures in the 30s for our philadelphia neighborhoods. 34 for redding, 34 for blandon
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and right around freezing for parts of the lehigh valley, allentown at 33, nazareth checking in at 4 degrees for the current temperature. into the low 40s and that's it for today. radar and satellite shows we do have that layer of clouds. it's been kind of climbing across the region. you can see off to our northwest the white, that's the snow trying to make it to the surface. not much of it going to make it to us. instead it will be a mix of clouds and sun through today that we do expect with dry conditions. no more rain like we saw yesterday. we do not have a frontal boundary passing. that already went through and left us with colder air. temperatures will peak only in the mid 40s. yesterday we made it to the 70s in comparison. a high of 42 in allentown. take a look at new jersey. 46 trenton, voorhees 47, along
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the shore mid 40s and mid to upper 40s in delaware, wilmington up to 48 for the forecast height. wind speeds will hold on for your afternoon, about a 15 to 20-mile-per-hour sustained winds coming from the northwesterly helps pull in that cold air. 25 to 35-mile-per-hour gusts, though. that's what makes it so cold, when you're standing outside and notice that burst of stronger winds and gives you the chill, that will g the case today. you will see some of the high clouds rolling across the region throughout your sunday. overnight into monday the clouds do start to build in. we are expecting cloud coverage to increase into your workweek. temperatures climb as well. 58 monday, tuesday up to 64 and by wednesday we may hit 70 degrees. the problem is that means with the rain moving through, thunderstorms are possible again before we start to cool back down. >> national democrats are banking on a new leader they elected just yesterday.
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earlier this morning i asked "meet the press" moderator chuck todd about establishment choice tom perez winning the post from a progressive rival. >> chuck, did the bernie sanders supporters get left out in the cold on this one? will it be difficult for perez to unite them with the party? >> look, i think step one was doing what he did. i'm curious and one of my questions is whether keith ellison and perez had a deal that whoever won, the other would agree to serve as the deputy chair as a quick show of unity. i think it was an important moment -- >> plenty to tackle on "meet the press." we'll hear from the new democratic national chairman tom perez, plus town hall politics will be a top issue. chuck todd will sit down with arkansas senator tom cotton on that subject. it comes your way at 10:30 right here on nbc 10. this week's wednesday's child is sponsored by mealy's furniture. just what you're looking for. he's a young guy who gets
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declining enrollment and a lack of funding could possibly shut down some schools in pennsylvania's university system. 14 schools are in that system, four of those universities are in our area. they are cheyney, westchester, kutztown and millersville. state educational officials say they'll soon hire a consultant to make recommendations. those recommendations could include closing. others could involve consolidating degree programs and launching up in marketing campaigns. in new jersey, transit police have arrested a man they say is a chronic toll evader. according to investigators, tom nick slowbalker owes almost $13,000, using 21 separate accounts. he's due in court next month. we are just hours away from hollywood's biggest night. stars will walk the red carpet for the 89th annual academy awards. jimmy kimmel will host the show at the doll by theater.
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"la la land" is going into the oscars with a record tieing number of nominations. what could be more dramatic than an upset. nbc's mike wilber takes a look at this year's oscar predictions. >> reporter: "la la land" tops the oscar list for best picture. "moonlight" shines as a possible contender. "hidden figures" was a surprise hit at the box office and went on to win the s.a.g. award for best ensemble. ♪ >> reporter: emma stone has already nabbed several statues this year for "la la land" and is favored to add hollywood's top honor on oscar night. at this point any other win would be considered a big upset in the race. >> reporter: it looked like casey affleck's year for "manchester by the sea." but denzel washington has been gaining momentum in "fences." he nabbed the s.a.g. award and it's going to be a close call.
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>> move out of the way so the mankind -- >> reporter: "fences" co-star viola davis is almost a sure bet for best supporting actress. she swept the award season and is expected to continue her winning streak on oscar night. >> reporter: "moonlight's mahershala ali expected to walk away with best supporting actor. "la la land's" damian chazell for best director and best original screenplay expected. if you're rooting for your favorite animated film "zootopia" is on top for best animated feature. mike wilber, nbc news. >> reporter: cosby's lawyers are hoping to get the case moved from montgomery county. but the prosecutors in the case may have a different request. we'll tell you about that still ahead.
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right now on "nbc 10 news today," we're waking up to windy and cold conditions across our area. here is a live look now from our eagle easiness camera, the turbines atop lincoln financial field. we'll tell you when we can get back to our taste of spring in the first al left neighborhood forecast. pelted and drenched.
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cleanup is under way across our region after strong storms brought on hail and knocked down trees and power lines. plus rallying for art's sake. a philadelphia community comes together rallying for repairs to a damaged decades-old mural. >> nbc 10 news starts now. good morning. i'm rosemary connor. thanks for being with us. it's just after 9:30 on this sunday. we've had big changes in just 24 hours. meteorologist krystal klei has details. krystal? >> huge changes. if we look at our 24-hour change map, this is comparing temperatures right now to where they were 24 hours ago, we're way colder. 26 degrees colder in philadelphia. 28 degrees colder in allentown, nearly 30 degrees colder right now in coatesville than we were just yesterday at this exact same time. trenton, mt. holly and vineland all at 25 degrees cooler. you certainly are going to
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notice the difference as you step out the door. all of us are in the 30s. by the way, it feels like we're in the upper 20s because of the winds as well. there are the current temperatures, 36 trenton, allentown, wilmington, philadelphia checking in at 37 degrees. here is the culprit, the winds coming from the northwest are pulling in the cooler air which affects our temperatures. then on top of that because the winds are stronger, around 10 to 20 miles per hour, areas like philadelphia up to 22 miles per hour, you've got the windchill or the feels-like effect. what that means is it feels colder than it truly is. we're going to track through that neighborhood by neighborhood for today and talk about a warmup for your workweek all coming up. >> we'll see you shortly, thanks, krystal. today investigators from the national weather service will be in lancaster county to determine if tornadoes touched down yesterday. strong winds knocked down trees and power lines. the hardest hit areas are clay, elizabeth, west cocalico
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townships. fortunately no reports of anybody injured. the same storm system that hit us caused flooding and damage in northeastern pennsylvania. this is video from lucerne and lackawanna counties. heavy rain and high water stopped traffic. the flooding uprooted trees, causing some to fall onto homes and power lines. in berks county last night several utility poles came down causing a power outage. fire officials say part of route 662 will be closed for the next two days because of those downed poles. can you imagine after all that gorgeous weather we had this week, yesterday's storm brought hail to our area. this is storm force 10 driving through delaware county when the heavy rain and hailstones pelted the windshield. make sure you have the free nbc 10 app. you can see more viewer video and pictures from the storm. you will also send us your
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weather video. you'll get the exclusive forecast customized to your neighborhood. tomorrow bill cosby and his lawyers will return to court in montgomery county. that's where nbc 10's deanna durante is live just outside the courthouse in norristown to fill us in. >> reporter: the stage is already starting to be set for the comedian's arrival. you can see barricades have been put in front of the courthouse. bill cosby will walk in front of the barricades and enter the courthouse for tomorrow morning for what is supposed to be the last of a series of me trial hearings he's had in this case. these kinds of hearings happen all the time. the reason these are getting such publicity is because the accused here is bill cosby. tomorrow lawyers will be asking a judge to move cosby's case out of montgomery county. they want a jury to hear the case outside of this area. they say the media saturation will make it impossible for them to get an impartial jury to hear the case. the trial set to begin in june. now, prosecutors have not fought
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the motion to bring a jury in from outside the county. at issue bill cosby's celebrity status as well as the intense media coverage, not just here in this area but across the country. cosby is accused of a 2004 sexual ags assault inside his cheltenham home. one issue that will be brought up is a campaign ad run by the district attorney. he was running for the job at the time and used the cosby case in that ad during his campaign to win the election. the defense team has said that has had unfairly branded cosby as a sexual predator. one of the many reasons they are citing to move this case out of the county. it will be up to a montgomery county judge to determine if the case stays and if it goes. if he makes the decision to move the case, the state supreme court will decide where it goes. live in norristown, deanna durante, nbc 10 news. this morning members of
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philadelphia's puerto rican community are calling for a beloved mural to be restored after it was vandalized. the mural is lady liberty with the puerto rican flag draped over here. nbc 10 was at a rally at 17 and mt. vernon streets where the mural has adorned the corner for self years. someone defaced it earlier this month. >> this mural sits in the middle of what used to be the largest and oldest puerto rican community in the state of pennsylvania. that history cannot be erased. >> community members are asking the developer who owned the building to restore that mural. today students from the upper darby school district will celebrate diversity and unity, holding an art contest at beverly hills middle school. the theme is from many country, regions an places, we are one community. the school district is made up of students from 75 countries. some of the same people who marched in the massive women's rally in philadelphia last month are defending the affordable care act.
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they held a rally at thomas payne plaza in center city. the demonstrators say the republicans' vow to repeal and replace the aca could have a devastating impact on millions of americans. the democrats have a new national chairman, tom perez. president obama's former labor secretary. yesterday party officials chose him over minnesota congressman keith ellison who will be the deputy chairman. perez is the dnc's first latino chairman. he pledged to rebuild the democratic party at the state and local levels. he also vowed his party would wage an all-out battle to deny president trump a second term. president trump reacting to perez's victory and to those words from perez. the president tweeted yesterday congratulations to thomas perez. i could not be happier for him or for the republican party. perez responded with his own tweets saying call me tom, and don't get too happy. keith ellison and i and democrats united across the
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country will be your worst nightmare. in another tweet last night the president posted he will not be attending the white house correspondents' dinner this year. it's a century old tradition. it usually involves a master of ceremonies, a comedian roasting the president. the president gets his turn to respond to jokes. recently president trump declared the press, quote, the enemy of the american people. his feud with the media heightened on friday when the press secretary barred several media outlets from a briefs. he'll be the first president to skip the event in more than 30 years. the white house correspondents association says it will still have the event in april without the president. tom perez will be speaking with chuck todd on "meet the press" this morning. he'll also sit down with arkansas senator tom cotton to talk about town hall politics. i'm sure the correspondents dinner will come up in the conversation as well. "meet the press" comes your way at 10:30 right here on nbc 10.
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this weekend the flyers and their fans headed west for a road trip. next in sports, complete highlights of the team's stadium series match-up with the pittsburgh penguins. plus phillies spring training news. also a young bear caught on camera having the time of his life in a north jersey back yard this weekend. wait a minute. shouldn't he be hyper naibernat? that story straight ahead. ♪ ♪
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if youin a palace of ice,winter there's only one place to go. and that's not the only thing you can only find in new york state. ♪
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you can find it all, only in new york. new york. it's all here. it's only here. plan your winter getaway at in the nest hits a line it can pose a danger to the birds and our power supply. utility workers volunteered their time because one of their sons took on the mission to relocate the birds as part of an eagle scout project. >> certainly warm enough this week that bears are coming out
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of winter hibernation. they've been smelling all the hot dog, hamburgers on the grill. i've been grilling this week. a family found these five bears in their yard in sussex county. bears wanted to paw against the tree. several of them used the trunk to scratch their backs before they decided to run off. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> unfortunately today not like yesterday. delaware 28 is what it feels like at 10:00 a.m. by 2:00, 37. around 37 at 5:00 p.m. new jersey almost the same. upper 20s to mid 30s for your feels-like conditions. al lodge the shore, same deal. 36 what it feels like around 2:00 in the afternoon. mostly sunny conditions out there by later today, but it's a cold one with the windy
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conditions continuing. the cold air mass is providing snow flurries to parts of pennsylvania. we're staying dry with some clouds. all about the temperatures now. yesterday we had 73 degrees. today right around average, only a high of 46. look at the climb over the next several days, from 50s to 60s to 7 os. we'll track it more closely coming up in a few minutes. next we have full coverage of the flyers and penguins match-up. also thinking spring, nothing gets your mind on warmer weather on a day like today quite like phillies baseball. we'll have those highlights from spring training down in clearwater just ahead. these are a few of the youtube videos showing novices and pros how to cook. in the next half hour, the old-fashioned recipe book, is it being replaced with an ipad?
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9:45 on this sunday. about 37 degrees outside. a far cry from where we were this time yesterday. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking it all for us in the first alert neighborhood forecast. krystal, we knew it was coming. i think the shock of going outside, i don't think we were quite prepared for it. >> yesterday i was like, do i even need the jacket as i walk out the door today with the big coat? you'll need it the whole day. here is a look from cape may, new jersey. notice the flag here. those winds are not going to let up today. as a result it's going to feel cool throughout the day. those winds are helping to usher in a constant cool airflow. we're at 40 in upper township. egg harbor township at 40. atlantic city at 39 degrees. that camera in cape may, at 38 currently in cape may. across the board, we are cold to start. feels-like temperatures are lower than this because of those winds. that is the same for all of our neighborhoods.
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we are colder, feeling like colder conditions because of the wind. 37 in marchashalmarshalltown. middletown at 37 degrees. mostly seeing 30s as well farther south. we have the 41 that snuck in for allendale and 38 lewis beach. felton at 37 degrees. you grab the coat as you get out the door. layer it up because even this afternoon we don't warm much. you'll probably want to keep on those layers. radar and sat lie shows clouds across the region. a mix of clouds and sun across the board. thicker cloud cover farther north. just got a report of some light flurries in lehigh. not a lot of snow for us in the forecast north. but we could see a little lake effect clip us. everyone else should stay on the dry side today. much drier, of course, than what we saw yesterday. it will be cold but a fine day for cleanup for any damage you may have seen. future wind gusts, gusts around
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25 to 30 miles per hour this morning. they continue as we get into your afternoon, you see almost no change. 25 westchester, philly at 29. vorhees gusts of 29 miles per hour they'll start to weaken as we go overnightnd into your monday morning. now down to about 10-mile-per-hour winds. monday afternoon should be breezy as well. here is the three-day outlook. sunday today, 46234 philly, 58 for monday and 64 on tuesday. about the same for the lehigh valley. low 40s to low 50s to upper 50s for your tuesday. chances of rain are across the board tuesday. you see that for new jersey, the shore in delaware. the shore will see more of a moderating effect due to the cooler ocean air. 51 monday, 55 tuesday. delaware up to 61 by your tuesday. today a high of 48 degrees. windy as well. we have a chance of thunderstorms on the board for
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your wednesday as temperatures continue warming. we'll talk about that with your ten-day on ten in the next half hour. this morning there is a new ms. philadelphia. 22-year-old nia andrews was university last night. in texas a transgender boy won the state girls wrestling title after he was not allowed to compete in the boy's tournament. 17-year-old max beggs is a high school junior in the dallas-ft. worth area. he was born female but identifies as male and wanted to compete in the boys league. after winning the girls title, beggs says the spotlight should be on his teammates because he would not be there without them. >> this is sports desk brought to you by xfinity. x1 from xfinity will change the way you experience tv.
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good morning. hope you're enjoying your sunday. i'm danny pommells from csn. the flyers and penguins took the rivalry outdoors in pittsburgh. flyers needed the ignore all the hoopla before the game and focus on the much more important two points at stake. let's pick it up first period. sidney crosby gets behind the defense. forget about it. bad news, easy goal. penguins up 1-0. second period. brandon manning may be hearing from the nhl for this hit on jake guentzel who didn't even touch the puck. later flyers down 2-0. they cut it in half. jake voracek stuffs one home. 2-1 flyers. less than two minutes into the period, chris kunitz in the third gives pittsburgh another two-goal lead. the penguins double up on the flyers winning 4-2. john clark has more from heinz field. >> reporter: the flyers say it was an adjustment for them in the first period with the win. wayne simmonds says it was more of a swirling win, but then they got into the game. in fact, they outshot the penguins 38-29.
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more shots, same result. a loss. they have lost 7 of 9 games with just 13 goals in those nine games. a lot of the flyers are going from frustrated to angry. >> didn't score too many again. it's simple. it's hard to win a game when you only score four goals. we had the opportunity. it's getting old. as long as you don't find a way to win the game, nobody really cares. >> it's deflating. we can get sad for ourselves all we want, but we can not let it happen. they get bounces. we can say it's lucky, but it keeps happening for a reason. >> i always say, the best thing in hockey, you've got to have a short memory, whether it's a good game or bad game. it's what have you done for us lately. >> shayne gostisbehere scored his first goal in exactly three months and his second power play of the season. he seems to be turning things around. at heinz field in pittsburgh, i'm john clark, csn.
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how about the sixers in new york to face the knicks. sixers could jump over them in the standings with a w. porzingis with a sprained ankle. third quarter, carmelo anthony doing what he does, scoring the rock inside to put the knicks up 16. dario saric to t.j. mcconnell cuts the lead to one. the bench loving it. jalil okafor was a man about his business, give the sixers the lead with under ten ticks left. okafor with 27. the sixers could not stop melo when it mattered most, his 36th and 37th point with robert covington's hand in his face. he wins it for new york, 110-109. to the college ranks, senior day on the mainline, final home game for kris jenkins, josh hart and the injured darrell reynolds. nova hosting creighton. second half, jalen brunson driving the dish to kris jenkins, liquid from outside, wildcats from outside. donte divincenzo, no.
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josh hart yes. 2 of 16. eric paschall putting the finishing touches on this. 19, season high. nova wins 79-63, locks up the number one seed in the big east tournament. >> we have drama on north broad street. daniel dengel one of five honored on senior day. owls hosting tulane. the final 15 seconds. shizz alston, junior comes up empty on the drive and ties it to send it into o.t. at 65. malik morgan is cooler than a polar bear's toenails from deep at the buzzer. the three sends it to double o.t. tied at 71. shizz alston, junior, help the owls get the victory. scored the first seven points in the second ot. eight free-throws, 11 of his 25 for alston, junior. owls win 86-76. how about hardball. phillies grapefruit league homeowner, maikel franco can swing the baseball bat.
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good-bye. he also had an inside-the-park home run to go with the conventional zinger. bottom nine, tied at five. brock scored roman quinn from second base. phillies walk off with the victory 6-5. that is your look at sports this sunday morning. thanks for watching, i'm danny pommells, csn. >> i'm rosemary connors for "nbc10 @issue," bears, coyotes and foxes. the creatures have popped up in local back yards. this morning we'll discuss if there's reason for concern. >> if you are seeing a coyote or a fox in your yard, it probably sees something that is appealing to it. it might be food left out, garbage, or if you have a pettite's certainly something to be concerned about. >> that's coming up following "meet the press" right here on nbc 10. [ alarm clock beeping ]
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right now on "nbc 10 news today," winter's return. just as we were settling into an early spring, a wake-up call from mother nature. the wind today will keep temperatures feeling much more seasonal. the big changes in our weather brought storms yesterday, and now today the cleanup. one part of pennsylvania may have had tornadoes touch down. that story is ahead. it's back to court this week for bill cosby and his legal team. he'll argue the case against the comedian should be moved out of montgomery county. >> nbc 10 news starts now. good morning. this is "nbc 10 news today." thanks for being with us. i'm rosemary connors. it's 10:00 on this sunday. plenty to get to. meteorologist krystali


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