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nbc 10 breaking news. and that breaking news, a water main break in pottstown, montgomery county. skyforce 10 was over the scene at west walnut street. you can see a big hole in the middle of the street as crews are there working to fix that break. nearby barth elementary school will be closed today as a result. the public works director says they are putting the situation under control. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> well, the snow has moved out and we are bracing for the arrival of a cold blast. here's a live look outside at boathouse row in philadelphia. this morning commuters had to walk through a dusting of snow to get to their trains. nbc 10 at the station in
malvern, chester county. people were cautious on the platforms since some spots there were a little slippery. nbc 10 meteorologist bill henley is here now with our forecast. >> hey, vai, now that we have sunshine temperatures will be climbing. that little bit of snow that came through first thing this morning will be disappearing. look how quickly it's cleared out. sunshine over the city. but look at the wind too. that's going to be pretty steady during the day. right now it's out of the west at 15 miles an hour. we are up though. the sun is bright enough now 34 degrees. and we will see it climb to near 40 degrees this afternoon. but this wind continues through the day and then the cold air starts moving in for tonight. quickly moving out the last little bit of snow central new jersey. it's already ended in atlantic city. now it's southern burlington county that's getting a very light snowfall. but sunshine is what everyone will end up seeing. just a few passing clouds blowing through the area with that 19-mile-an-hour wind. 1:00 this afternoon and at 4:00 we'll be in the upper 30s. but it starts to get colder at
7:00 tonight. and looks like tomorrow we'll be below freezing. a first blast of cold air starts to move in for tomorrow. got to look at the seven-day forecast when i come back, vai. all right. bill, see you then. time now for a check on the roads with nbc 10 first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington. jessica, we've got an accident you're dealing with? >> yes, an accident out there. one of the very few we are actually dealing with a nice quiet afternoon so far, at least we're approaching that. accident in lower moreland and montgomery county on pine road and byberry road to watch out for with lane restrictions there. here's the schuylkill expressway. no major delays but a little slow go by the scene around gladwyn. an increase 19-minute trip on the schuylkill expressway into center city, average speeds into the 40s, that's a little slow. probably about a seven-minute increase to your drive right now heading into center city. no problems on 95 or the blue. a lot of the majors are okay.
295 around route 130, not even really a lot of cars in sight. 42 minutes to the delaware memorial bridge. the only real problems we're having this morning or at least something to watch out for are the speed restrictions on the commodore barry, betsy and ben. they're down because of the earlier snow, vai. thank you. we're following breaking news that reported dozens of students have been made sick. about 40 students have complained of vomiting and stomach pain. the school says 17 of the six students have been treated at a local hospital. county officials say the students are suffering from vomiting, diarrhea and dehydration. the college says it is still trying to figure out what made the students sick. and as a precaution the school is temporarily closing areas of its dining hall for cleaning and serving a limited menu today. a philadelphia police officer was injured after a traffic stop led to a foot
chase. the officer pulled over a car at 52nd and baltimore avenue in southwest philadelphia when a man fled from the car the officer went after him. the officer caught the suspect but hurt his knee. doctors at penn presbyterian medical center checked him out. and a man treated for smoke inhalation following a fire at a row home in the city's point breeze section. this started in the kitchen of the home on read street just after 1:00 a.m. a second man was also inside and officials say that man refused treatment. at this hour the pennsylvania state senate plans to vote on whether to call for the removal of attorney general kathleen kane. this is a live look from harrisburg. the measure needs 33 votes to pass. if it does pass, the measure would direct the governor to remove kane from office. the senate resolution introduced yesterday says there is reasonable cause to put her out of office on the grounds that her suspended law license has made it impossible for her to do
the job. kane is facing criminal charges for allegedly leaking secret grand jury material and then lying about it. be sure to tap the nbc 10 app for updates on the kane decision. meanwhile, happening today less than half an hour from now the delaware county district attorney will give us an update on a police-involved shooting that happened earlier this week. carolina cardona is live for us at the courthouse. give us an update? >> reporter: that's right, vai, we are just outside the courthouse in media, delaware county where we are awaiting for that press conference to start with district attorney attorney jack wheeling at 11:30 in the morning. he is expected to give us more details on the police-involved shooting, as you mentioned. that shooting happened in the early morning hours of this past monday in chester. as reported the shooting left one man dead and another wounded. it happened around 2:00 a.m. in the 1200 block of keystone road.
the driver of an suv was shot and killed following a high speed chase that began in upland borough. the passenger survived and also a relative of the driver. police have not released the names of the driver, passenger or of the two chester police officers involved. but we do know that they have been placed on administrative duty pending the outcome of the investigation. of course we are on top of this so stay on with nbc 10 as the details of this investigation are released today later on with nbc 10 stay tuned for now. i'm carolina cardona live in media, pennsylvania. thank you. meanwhile, the assault case against lesean mccoy has been handed over to the philadelphia district attorney. tmz sports provided us this video of a fight that allegedly involved former eagles running back. two offduty philly police officers were injured in the brawl at recess nightclub. allegedly over a bottle of champagne.
their lawyer says the attack was unprovoked. espn is reporting mccoy has hired defense attorney jack mcma han to handle the case. nbc 10 spoke to a fan who had his picture taken with mccoy shortly after the incident. >> it looked like he was as far as his demeanor and everything, he looked kind of distraught. he was very quiet. he didn't say one word to me. >> at this point mccoy has not been charged or arrested. and police arrested a bucks county man accused of sex crimes dating back to 1996. investigators say roberto cruz sexually assaulted a 7-year-old girl as many as 50 times in bucks and montgomery county. they also say he assaulted a 13-year-old girl and two women. according to police the offenses happened over a 16-year period. the abington school board takes action after video of students fighting in high school hallways go viral. take a look. [ bleep ] [ bleep ]. >> last week we showed you
several videos like these which were labeled with the #abington fight week. a school board meeting last night focused on the fight videos. board members said the district is disciplining several students and some could be expelled from the schools. the board said extra security patrols will continue across the school district. and from our delaware bureau, authorities are looking for a missing airman who did not report for duty at dover air force base. senior airman keifer huhman is a member of the 436 communication squadron. officials say he was last seen at his apartment complex in dover just before the super bowl on sunday. if you have any information on airman huhman, just call police. the borgata was supposed to make a more than $7 million tax payment today, but the casino is refusing to do it. the casino says it's owed more than $170 million in tax appeals
it has won from atlantic city. they say the city can't pay that. last week a judge said the borgata could refuse to make tax payments while both sides explore a settlement. christians around the world and here in our area are marking ash wednesday today. we just got this video from the cathedral basilica of saints peter and paul in center city. people got ashes on their forehead as a sign of sorrow for their sins. the basilica will also distribute ashes during three masses this afternoon. ash wednesday marks the beginning of lent, which lasts for 40 days leading up to easter. and happening now, officials are breaking ground on a $16.5 million redesign of love park. that plan includes more green space, a new fountain and dining in a renovated welcome center. the new park and welcome center are expected to be open to the public some time next year. decisive victories in new hampshire as donald trump and bernie sanders celebrate today.
what does the future hold for new jersey governor chris christie and his presidential bid? plus, getting closer to solid ground. an update on a voyage of a royal caribbean ship back to its home port after a nightmare cruise for passengers. 33 degrees, the temperatures are climbing today, but the rest of the week is looking a lot colder. the seven-day forecast when we come back.
the two new front-runners are basking can in their new hampshire primary victories this morning. republican donald trump and democrat bernie sanders both came out on top. here are the numbers on the republican side with 95% of the vote in, trump has 35%. john kasich is in second at 16%. ted cruz and jeb bush rounded out the top four. on the democratic side with 96% of the vote counted, bernie sanders took 60% of the vote in new hampshire while hillary clinton got 39%. nbc 10 national correspondent chris clackum has a look at the decisive victories in decision 2016. >> reporter: the margin by which donald trump won the republican presidential primary in new hampshire surprised most, but trump himself who was on the "today" show this morning. >> i said i was going to do well there. and we really did. i guess even better than anticipated. >> reporter: but the biggest surprise was john kasich who came in second albeit a distant
second, he too was on the "today" show. >> i was the only one with a really positive message. >> reporter: disappointed by how surprisingly poor he did, marco rubio remains unphased. >> i think in the months and weeks to come you're not going to see anyone work harder or more passionately. >> reporter: ted cruz came in third but is expected to have a better showing in south carolina where the next republican primary takes place february 20th. the 20th is also when the democrats next faceoff in nevada, after bernie sanders turned his underdog campaign into a real fight in new hampshire. >> together we have sent a message that will echo from wall street to washington. >> reporter: while hillary clinton's campaign was bruised by the margin of her loss, she struck a note of confidence tuesday night. >> it is not whether you get knocked down that matters, it's whether you get back up. >> reporter: one casualty of new hampshire, chris christie, is said to be contemplating an end
to his campaign. chris clackum, nbc 10 news. >> sanders spent the morning after his victory in his native new york city. he went to harlem to sit down to breakfast with the reverent al sharpton. sanders is hoping to boost his appeal to minorities who make up a large portion of the electorate in south carolina, home of the next primary contest. and new jersey governor chris christie is back in new jersey this morning. and he says he's going to, quote, take a deep breath, before he considers his campaign's next steps. spent more than 70 days crisscrossing the states to gather votes. professor shamus says the crowded field has hurt christie so far. he is frankly getting lost in
and mostly it's not because of what he's doing. i think he's been doing the right things. but trump especially has been sucking all the air out of the atmosphere in new hampshire. and trump and christie are both kind of the straight talking candidates in this race. and trump has gotten more attention. i think christie has not helped when we had some problems down the shore in jersey and he suggested that there was nothing do you want me to go down there with a mop? >> it did not endear him to his own voters, which is a real problem. >> she also says voters will give ohio governor john kasich a second look after his second place finish in new hampshire. she says his strong showing should come as no surprise to
people who have been paying >> you've been watching, he's out there. and i think people will sit up and take notice after last night's results. again, he has the kind of governing experience that i think when people start to pay more attention to this race, and they are beginning to, people will want that kind of experience that he has had as governor. >> coming up in our next half hour, our rutgers political analyst shauna shames will give us her take on the results of the democratic side. chair fed reserve says the u.s. economy -- janet yellin spoke befo -- yellen spoke this morning. she says falling stock prices and uncertainty over china's weakening currency could throw the economy off track. in december the fed raised
interest rates for the first time since the recession. at the time policymakers anticipated four more hikes this year. though investors said that that wouldn't happen because of those risks yellen spoke about. that royal caribbean cruise ship that sailed into a storm and got tossed around in the sea is due to return in north jersey tonight. the anthem of the seas ran into a major winter storm on sunday. waves and winds battered the ship off the coast of the carolinas as it tried to make its way to port canaveral, florida. the ship turned back and the cruise line will give the more than 4,500 passengers on board a full refund and a certificate for 50% off a future cruise. the ship is set to dock in bayonne at about 9:00 tonight. here's a view of a lightning storm you don't get to see every day. a british astronaut tweeted this time lapse video from the international space station this week. you can see lightning bolts they're striking the ground.
how about that? the astronaut saw the storm as he crossed over europe and africa. and we're in for cold temperatures this week, but in southern california they're in the middle of a heat wave. temperatures soared into the 80s and 90s yesterday breaking records for this time of year. forecasters say afternoon temperatures will stay above normal through the week. that's nice for them. going to be cold for us, i understand. bill, that's a big difference we're going to be seeing. >> yeah, i don't want to hear about the 80s. nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist bill henley. >> because today is going to be the warmest day that we will see until next week. the temperatures this morning started cold enough for some slippery spots, but this morning as skies clear out we are drying out. and the temperatures are climbing. we'll wind up in the upper 30s. the wind is already blowing. we will feel a cold blast coming our way for tomorrow. through the day tomorrow the temperatures will stay below
freezing. and then this weekend it gets even colder. a bitter cold weekend with near record temperatures for valentine's day. right now 32 degrees in doylestown. it is drying out and melting in northeast philadelphia at 34 degrees. still some scattered clouds in millville, 34 the snow has ended there. the pocono mountains still skiers around getting sunshine and blue skies. the temperatures climbing boot low 30s. right now 28 for mt. pocono. cape may up to 36 degrees. slowly climbing the wind is blowing so it feels like it's in the teens and 20s right now and it's that steady wind that is going to limit the warmup to around 40 degrees this afternoon. there go the clouds, the clouds are already thinning out. we'll get enough sunshine to melt what fell this morning. but the snow from yesterday, especially in the northern and western suburbs, will still be on the ground. it's not going to get that warm today.
you see some scattered light snow showers in central pennsylvania. the snow that came through philadelphia and the suburbs first thing this morning is quickly moving east. and that's it for snow for today. but these colder areas will still see snow on the ground into tonight. and if it's still on the ground tonight, it will be freezing. during the day today futurecast showing temperatures in the upper 30s but then here comes the cold by 11:00 tonight, 20s and low 30s. below freezing and then it stays below freezing all day tomorrow. in fact, tomorrow morning we'll be in the low to mid-20s to start with. and tomorrow afternoon the wind will still be blowing, gusty winds, and it will still be in the 20s tomorrow afternoon. so your neighborhood by neighborhood forecast is calling for partly sunny skies middle 30s for allentown, reading and quakertown. enough of a warmup for trenton and mt. holly and norristown to see the snow melting, just a few snowflakes remain in central new jersey. those will be ending. and snow showers out of the
picture with temperatures climbing into the upper 30s for cape may. partly sunny skies and near 40 degrees this afternoon for philadelphia, wilmington and williamstown. tomorrow you'll start feeling the cold. 24 in the morning, 29 in the afternoon. that ushers in even colder temperatures for friday. and on saturday we start in the low 20s, it gets colder as another blast of frigid air comes into the area dropping the readings into the single digits sunday morning down to 3 degrees. the record low for valentine's day is 2 degrees. we'll be getting close to that just 21 in the afternoon. a cold morning on monday, clouds are on the increase. degrees monday afternoon. it's in the 50s tuesday. all right. thank you, bill. growing concerns about the zika virus. a look ahead at the government hearing in washington today as an olympic star expresses her concerns about going to the rio olympics. and later, a reunion more
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journey. >> the ideal family would be able to take both taliba and gabby in to guide and care for taliba and support her in raising her daughter. >> she also would like being responsible for her daughter's health and well being. she does require some assistance in, you know, being stable and completing her task that mother hood requires. but ultimately, you know, taliba would love to be in a family that would accept her and her daughter. >> taliba is this week's wednesday's child. if you'd like to make her dream come true, or the dream of any wednesday's child, just go to our website at nbc10.com and search wednesdays child. you can also call the national adoption center directly at 1-866-do-adopt. an update now on breaking news. a huge water main break is making a mess in one montgomery county community this morning. details on the incident that's forced a local school to close. plus, taxing matter.
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students have complained of vomiting and of stomach pain. now, the school says a local hospital treated 17 of the six students. the college says it is still trying to figure out exactly what made the students sick so as a precaution the school is temporarily closing areas of its dining hall for cleaning and will be serving a limited menu today. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. well, the snowfall is gone, i believe at 11:30 this morning, but people in montgomery county are still taking it easy as they walk around avoiding slippery spots. got their hoods up. we found people there using umbrellas trying to stay dry. that's bourbon square in ardmore this morning. nbc 10 meteorologist bill henley is here. we're bracing ourselves for this cold that's really going to come in. >> now it's not bad. those pictures from earlier when the snow was coming down, the wind was blowing and we had no sunshine. but now the sun is out. the wind is still blowing. it's helping to blow the clouds out of here.
but the gusty winds going to make it feel colder today. and then it is going to be getting colder as we head through the end of the week and then this weekend really frigid air coming in. right now the temperatures slowly climbing we're at 34 degrees in philadelphia. the wind is west at 15. that's giving us a windchill of 24 miles an hour. now -- or 24 degrees. we are getting some stronger gusts. 24-mile-an-hour gusts right now in millville. just a bit stronger in dover. even extending into the pocono mountains it's this wind that's going to bring in cold tonight. but then even stronger winds are due in for tomorrow which will help cool things down for the end of the week. go through the futurecast hour by hour when i'm back in ten minutes. >> all right, bill, see you then. republican donald trump and democratic candidate bernie sanders are hoping to build momentum as the race moves south and west. as nbc peter alexander reports, both are outside candidates dismissed as long shots just a
few months ago. >> oh, wow. wow. wow. wow. >> reporter: new hampshire throwing a wrench into the political machine yet again. donald trump and bernie sanders ideological opposites, both leading populous campaigns that are riding high. >> we're going to beat china, japan, we're going to beat mexico at trade. we're going to beat all of these countries that are taking so much of our money away from us. >> what voters here in new hampshire confirm tonight is nothing short of the beginning of a political revolution. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: on the democratic side, hillary clinton seemed to acknowledge that she's in for another long battle for the nomination. >> i know i have some work to do, particularly with young people. but i will repeat again what i have said this week. [ cheers and applause ] even if they are not supporting me now, i support them.
>> reporter: while trump won new hampshire by a wide margin, the republican race was also shaken up by the sudden fate of marco rubio who came in fifth acknowledging his poor debate performance last weekend. >> our disappointment tonight is not on you. it's on me. it's on me. i did not -- i did not do well on saturday night. listen to this. that will never happen again. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: and a stunning rise of ohio governor john kasich coming in second. >> maybe just maybe we are turning the page on a dark part of american politics. >> reporter: kasich now hoping that a strong showing in the granite state will boost him into position as the mainstream alternative to trump. >> by doing as well as we have i think it's going to have a lot of people wanting to take a seat at the table. because most of those people aren't going for donald trump. they're just not going there. >> that was nbc's peter alexander reporting.
senator sander's margin of victory was historic but one local analyst says it was not unexpected. shauna shames says because polling had so accurately predicted a sanders victory, the new hampshire results will not transform the race. >> both sanders and clinton know this is a long haul and they're both being adults about it. neither one tried to claim this for something that it isn't. it's not an unreasonable huge success. it is a win for sanders, which i think he needed. but i don't think it does hardly anything. they're about neck and neck in terms of delegates won in primaries right now, but again, it's a very long road. also, if you look at the delegates, the non-pledged delegates, the super delegates, right now all things consider she's still ahead. nobody's out of the race yet though. >> shames says as the race moves forward democratic voters will
start to more seriously consider each candidate's electability as a factor. and happening right now, the delaware county district attorney is giving an update about a police-involved shooting that happened earlier this week. we're going to take a listen in. >> what occurred at that point in time the passenger describes when the vehicle came to a stop, the driver pulled out a gun and pointed that gun in the direction of police. at the same time asmar was bailing out of that vehicle. he knew that at that point that the driver had a gun. and he knew the police at that point in time were converging onto that vehicle. and at that point he describes as jumping out of the vehicle and then ultimately blacking out hearing shots. the police, that gun was loaded, it was aimed at the police,
there were approximately six officers or more on the scene. but six officers did fire their weapons. they believed that they were in eminent fear of death or serious bodily injury. they returned, they fired. the gun was pointing at them at the time they were firing. and at that point in time the individual after the shooting the one individual was taken he had a -- the passenger had a wound, a minor wound to the ankle. and the driver of course had been killed due to the shooting. also, we're able to verify that salamar longer, the driver, had an extensive criminal record. that it goes back to 1999 where he was guilty of robbery and did one to two years.
he was then convicted again in 2004 for possession with intent to deliver, a drug offense where he received 9 to 23 months. he was convicted again in 2006 again for possession with intent to deliver. he was convicted in '07 for false identification to law enforcement officers and was violated in his probation. he was convicted again in '08 for paraphernalia. he was convicted again in 2010 for possession of a controlled substance. and finally, his probably most recent conviction is a robbery out of the city of philadelphia which was a felony in the second degree where he received three to six years in the state correctional institution and was currently on parole when this occurred. he was also convicted at the time of the robbery of persons
not to possess a firearm. he was a convicted felon and should not have had a firearm on his possession. it's clear through the investigation that he made the statement, he had no intention, no intention whatsoever, to go back to jail if he was apprehended with a gun he would have went back to jail. >> looks like we're having some problems there with our feed, but we're just listening to a delaware county district attorney's briefing on a police-involved shooting that happened earlier. six officers fired upon two suspects, one was killed, the other was injured. we'll continue to monitor that situation and bring you information as we get it. meanwhile, happening today, members of congress will hold a hearing on the zika epidemic. house foreign affairs subcommittees will hear testimony from the directors of the centers for disease control and the national institute of allergy and infectious diseases.
in the u.s. zika has been identified in at least 13 states and washington, d.c. the world's u.s. women soccer star hope solo says the zika virus could keep her from going to the summer olympics in rio. she said if the games started today, she would not attend. the goalkeeper is the first high profile athlete to comment on the threat of zika at the summer games. olympic officials say they plan to address zika concerns in the coming weeks. and this week in utah a committee made of only men will discuss whether tampons and other feminine hygiene products should no longer be taxed. supporters say the products should be considered necessities like medicine and food, not luxuries. so the tax should be eliminated. but opponents worry that taking away that sales tax would put a dent in state revenue. now, we checked if states in our area had the so-called tampon tax. feminine hygiene products are exempt from sales tax in
pennsylvania and in hj hj and delaware has no sales tax. as if women expecting a baby don't have enough to worry about these days, there's now a new warning about taking a popular over-the-counter medication during your pregnancy. details are straight ahead, bill. 33 degrees and we've got some sunshine. neighborhood by neighborhood forecast just ahead.
new this morning governor jack markel signed a resolution apologizing for delaware's role in slavery. [ applause ] only nbc 10 was in dover for the signing. nbc 10 delaware reporter tim furlong sent us this video. the new measure aims to promote healing. >> and a candid acknowledgment and acceptance of our past is the only way to understand our present and to take full responsibility for our future. >> markell also presented a proclamation recognizing african-american history month. and he helped unveil an exist commemorating the 125th anniversary of delaware state university, a historically african-american school. after more than 70 years apart, a world war ii veteran from the u.s. has reunited with his wartime girlfriend. noah thomas met joyce in
adelaide, australia this morning. when they first met in london in 1944. well, they lost touch after the war. and of course life went on. but then last year they reconnected via skype. a fund raising campaign helped raise money for thomas to travel to australia to see her in person finally. he talked about how he was feeling just before their meeting. >> a little nervous. >> are you excited by it all? >> oh, yes. >> what's the first thing you're going to do? >> i'm going to give her a squeeze. >> you can see their happy smiles during their reunion. morris says they will have a wonderful two weeks together and will even celebrate valentine's day with each other. when pregnant women use acetominofin could lead to
asthma. they say no changes are needed to current recommendations for pregnant women. the food and drug administration also advises moms to-be to consult with a doctor before taking any prescription or over-the-counter medicine. same goes for children under the age of six months. did your childhood or teenage dreams of being the next jimi hendricks fall by the wayside? if the guitar you don't use is collecting dust in your basement, our next guest would love to get her hands on it. karen is manager of an organization that collects new or gently used guitars and passes them onto musicians in need. karen, thank you for coming and joining us this morning. tell us about the people that you help and how you help them. >> well, we call this effort guitar days. and it's a component of our overall organization which is set up to help new jersey
musicians 25 years and under. we saw there was a need for some kind of basic things. and we came up with the idea to begin this initiative to correct like you said underused guitars that are getting dusty in the corner. and got a little lonely and they need to be played. so about a year ago we started this initiative to collect them and put them in the hands -- >> they got some frustrated musicians like myself get frustrated and put it in the corner. >> i hear that a lot. >> some of these musicians must make a name for themselves at this point. >> well, mostly they're kids. and kids in need, you know, can't afford them. or, you know, the schools aren't offering the music programs like they used to. >> yeah, cutting because of budget restraints. >> uh-huh. so since guitars seem to be the thing that you could carry around, move around, fix easily, that was one to store easily as
we collect them we have a place to put them all. we find the recipients and they can be on their way. >> i was asking during the break if it's just guitars. i looked on your website and so are they just guitars? or are they looking for other instruments as well? >> right now just guitars, however we are currently talking with a local boys and girls club who collects all kinds of instruments. so we're setting up to partner with them to do the guitar component. >> karen, what is it about music that is so helpful for kids? my suspicion is is that kids who learn how to read music probably do much better in school and other aspects in their lives. >> i'm sure that's part of it. i always think especially in the terms of guitars that that guitar is your friend. that's your buddy. you spend time in your room playing, taking it places, it's
your friend. of course music is a universal language and it has to be beneficial in all areas of your life. >> yeah, i don't think times have changed that much. taking a look at some of the people who have benefitted from the guitars. but i don't think it's life has changed that much from when i was a kid. i think the cool kids then were playing guitars and the cool kids now are still playing guitars. so tell us how our viewers can support your organization. >> well, we have a little effort going on called give a little bit. when you go to our website that's going to be the first page that you see. we're asking for $5 a month to celebrate our fifth year. and also on the website at the right hand corner there's a little guitar logo that can be clicked. and all the information for guitar days for donors as well as applicants is there very clear. we are www.theprojectmatters.org and they can learn about us there. >> for more information on how to donate to the project matters, just go to our website
at nbc10.com or check out the nbc 10 app. we can provide a link there for you that you can find out how to donate. thank you very much, karen high, appreciate you coming in. >> thank you. nice to meet you. thank you for having me. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist bill henley. >> well, mother nature is changing her tune. we started off with snow. of course had the snowfall all through the day yesterday, but this morning we've got clouds blowing through the area. look at the flag here at the nbc 10 studios. 34 degrees. the winds are gusting to 23 miles an hour. and a lot more wind is coming our way in the next several days. at the shore snow is gone, breaks of sunshine for cape may. the temperatures are warming up at the shore more so than the rest of the area. there goes the snow. it's now offshore. we're done with the snow except for a few flurries in northern burlington county. those are not going to last. and the snow on the ground from this morning will also be melting. already above freezing in northeast philadelphia, millville, atlantic city is at
35 degrees, now 36 degrees in cape may at the airport. but the wind is making it feel so much colder today. the windchill readings teens and 20s, even at the shore wildwood feels like 26 degrees right now. it gets colder tonight. and tomorrow the wind will still be blowing. in fact, 7:00 in the morning a 12-mile-an-hour wind. and the future wind shows at noontime the wind gets stronger, 15 miles an hour at the shore, near 30-mile-an-hour winds tomorrow. so the windchill a big factor. today we'll see breaks in the clouds. some of them blowing through the area. afternoon temperatures above freezing for fleetwood, pennsburg and morgantown. for bordentown, a lot of snow melting at the shore. upper 30s from ventnor city to rehoboth beach. during the day today we'll reach into the upper 30s to near 40 degrees in philadelphia,
woodstown and wilmington. but then it gets much colder tonight as the wind will still be blowing. the wind during the day today a breezy one, partly sunny skies, 37 to 41 this afternoon with the winds to 18 miles an hour. then here comes the cold riding in on the wind. and through the day tomorrow the first arctic blast that comes our way temperatures in the 20s for thursday, deliver colder air for friday down to 17 degrees. on saturday it starts off in the low 20s and gets colder as another blast of cold air comes through saturday, dropping temperatures by sunday morning near record low temperatures 3 degrees sundays morning. high of just 21 in the afternoon. we will see sunshine on sunday. that sunshine fades on monday after a cold morning 34 degrees monday afternoon, then a big warmup for tuesday up to 52. we'll be right back.
we just got an update on a police-involved shooting from the delaware county district attorney minutes ago. jack whalen says the preliminary investigation into monday morning's deadly shooting in chester shows the officers were justified in opening fire on a driver following a high speed chase. the d.a. says the driver pointed a gun at police.
and at least six officers opened fire. the investigation will continue. thanks for watching nbc 10 news at 11:00. i'm vai sikahema. for bill henley and all of us here at nbc 10, have a great day. winter is hard on your nose. from first sniffles to endless runny noses. puffs plus lotion is soft. they help soothe irritation by locking in moisture better
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