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aware peaches, it's going to be a wet commute if you are leaving tonight. so let's take a look at future weather here. this is for your travel tonight. we'll go through the next few hours. by about 8:00 tonight, if this is when you'll be traveling, notice rain stays mainly in parts of new jersey and delaware, especially closer to the shore. so we can expect temperatures by 8:00 tonight if that's when you'll be traveling around 52 gree degrees. still rainy and chilly for your evening commute tonight if those areas. around the philadelphia area or i-95 traveling along this area, 53 degrees. we'll be cloudy but drying out. north and west up into the poconos, too we'll be in the low 50s. it will stay cloudy and chilly tonight. if that is the direction you are heading. but take a look now as we go overnight. the rain clears and it sets us up for a really nice friday. so everyone will be in the clear tomorrow. no weather problems wherever you're going. sunny and windy to end out the week. starting your memorial day weekend. coming up, glenn will have a look at your shore forecast delaware beaches, also the
poconos or if you're staying around the city for this weekend. that's straight ahead. let's head to atlantic city now. nbc 10 jersey shore bureau reporter ted greenberg. >> for a lot of people the weekend has already started and more heading your way. they want to know is shore ready for them? >> reporter: well jim and jackie, they are headed this way, but definitely a dreary day for folks who are getting a jump-start on the holiday weekend. not a lot of folks out here on the boardwalk right now. really a good day to catch a ride in one of the boardwalk rolling chairs. but officials say the outlook for the shore this summer overall is bright. with a cool rain falling, susan tate and her family took cover for a trip up atlantic city's boardwalk. this day before the start of memorial day weekend. >> i'm a little disappointed. i wanted sunny skies, but first time in atlantic city so i'm so excited. >> the vast majority of towns have fabulous beaches and plenty
of blanket space. >> reporter: at the annual state of the shore assessment officials said though legal issues delayed beach protection projects in some communities, most of the jersey shore is in great shape for the unofficial start of summer. the state began water quality testing in the ocean and bay last week. >> all the tests came back excellent for water quality. did another test this week. so far it's been outstanding. >> reporter: replenishment projects are currently under way on long beach island and parts of cape may county. experts say a lack of large winter storms left most beaches with little erosion. >> we had actually a very mild winter for the second year in a row. >> reporter: back here live in atlantic city, rain falling at the shore. i'll tell you what, these boardwalk trams have been very popular today. you can see it's quite a crowd inside that tram. beaches up and down the coach, they're set to have their official beach unlocking ceremonies tomorrow to kick off
the summer season. luckily we're expecting lots of sun for those events. live in atlantic city i'm ted greenberg, nbc 10 news. memorial day weekend traditions aren't limited to the coast. a lot of people are heading to the mountains and the long weekend in the poconos. one popular attraction is camel beach mountain water park in tannersville. it opens for business saturday at 11:00 a.m. >> nbc 10's doug shimell headed north to show us what else is in store there. doug? >> reporter: and you know the people who are coming up the northeast extension to the lehigh valley or the poconos say there's nothing wrong with going to the shore, they just think they have it better to the north. you can do this and wipe out just as easily at the shore, but outdoor water won't feel like this. >> we live on a lake and it's probably about 60 degrees right now. don't want to be swimming in that. >> reporter: you live on a lake but come to the indoor water park? >> absolutely. >> reporter: camelback resort
got their $163 million aquatopia indoor water park opened in time for memorial day. along with 235 rooms so far in the new lodge. >> having 453 rooms of lodging on site where you can see in, see out in the winter, easy access to both the indoor and outdoor water parks is a game changer for us. >> reporter: they say the big new thing marketing campaign is working. >> i was excited because it's something different to do like, than just go to the beach or something like that. >> the beach is cool but, you know because of my son, i'd rather do the rides, more activities and stuff. >> reporter: just to the south in the lehigh valley your blood pressure drops when you get out on evergreen lake in moore township. and you can bring home something for your effort and you didn't spend much. >> as the economy went down we had more campers coming in for the weekends. didn't want to travel as far. they got a nice quiet vacation.
little cheaper. >> reporter: coming up in just a little bit, we'll tell you about another aspect of evergreen lake that's become much more popular with the recent economic downturn in recent years. the campground. live in lower macungie township doug shimell, nbc 10 news. >> all right, doug. through our first alert traffic cameras we're watching the roads for you. a live look at the northeast extension of the pennsylvania turnpike in plymouth meeting. pre-holiday weekend travel rush yeah it's starting to get under way. let's take a look at south jersey now. live picture of the new jersey turnpike at route 561 in cherry hill. traffic moving along pretty well there on wet roads. you can count on company if you're hitting the road over the next few days. a record number of drivers expected to take advantage of the low gas prices. to our delaware bureau where the city pool at brownburch in winchester park in wilmington opens this weekend. they're opening prices run in time for the holiday weekend.
opened saturday through monday 1:00 p.m. to 6:00. all other city public pools open june 13th. take the nbc 10 first alert weather team with you this memorial day weekend. we'll be updating the forecast around the clock and pushing out new information on the nbc 10 news app which you can access on your smartphone or tablet. 20 minutes of nonstop news continues now with charges dismissed against former nfl player ray rice. his pro-football career was sidelined, of course by a high-profile domestic violence case here in our area. >> the videotaped attack rice made on his then-fiancee in an atlantic city casino elevator brought the domestic violence conversation to a new level. nbc 10's south jersey bureau reporter cydney long has been talking to people in our area about this. >> cydney finding some strong reaction? >> reporter: jim we are indeed. people are pretty much shocked that ray rice's record has now been essentially wiped clean. he completed what's known as pti, pretrial intervention. sill come domestic violence
abusers in new jersey even admitted into the program. it means one year of anger management also out of pocket a simple $125 fine. >> it's kind of sad really. >> reporter: this signature by an atlantic county judge dismissed the third-degree aggravated assault charge filed against ray rice for this a single punch that knocked his then-fiancee janay palmer out cold inside the revel casino elevator last february. some of the women we spoke to today aren't comfortable with the message it will send. >> absolutely am not. you saw the video how violent it was. i don't think it was just. i really don't. >> reporter: or sharing with us their last names. >> justice isn't always right for people who have money or are stars. sometimes they get away with things that they shouldn't. but everybody should be treated equally. >> reporter: diane says she knows couples dealing with domestic violence right now and not just men against women. >> he did go and get help in all that, i think that's like important if he goes through a program, i think that should be required. and i think maybe women just
aren't educated enough to know that file the charge you can still stand by him and hope that he gets help. >> reporter: so essentially, jim and jacqueline the arrest will stay on his record so to speak, but he can never be convicted for this crime. we just spoke to a domestic vie lenls violence expert asking can batterers be rehabilitated? can anger management make a difference? we're working on that for 5:30. cydney long nbc 10 news. police looking for a person who shot a man and left him in the middle of the street. a drunk driver then ran over the shooting victim who later died. a dozen shell casings found on gerard avenue near 42nd street in west philadelphia. police believe he was the intended target. the man collapsed on the street and was run over by an elderly driver early this morning. that driver's been arrested on suspicion of dui. 20 minutes of nonstop news continues with this. more than a dozen handguns
stolen from a local store. >> and now they're on the streets. local police are getting help though, from the feds. they're trying to crack this mystery. who took them? someone stole the guns during a predawn break-in at the suburban armory along macdade boulevard in collingdale, delaware county. smashed through the front window to get in. investigators have clues. surveillance videos of two vehicles ss believed to be involved in the case. nbc 10's drew smith is live in collingdale. >> you got your hand on surveillance video. what does that show? >> reporter: jacqueline, jim, the video shows what led up to thirks damage this, damage window smashed out glass inside. bork federal agents try to track down those guns and the people who stole them. surveillance video shared with nbc 10 gives us a timeline of how three or four men made off with 18 semiautomatics and revolve revolvers. it started just before 4:00 a.m. when a sedan drives up.
here's a clearer view of the light-colored car. men get out and run toward the store. police say they smashed a window and moved the glass. >> there's the glass. >> reporter: then they appeared to believe the scene and ten minutes later maroon van drives by. >> looking around. making sure nobody's around. >> reporter: this is a picture of the van. witnesses said the license plate started with "yz." police say the men went inside the store for less than two minutes standing on display cases, smashing glass, and leaving with guns. >> what would people do that with many guns? >> reporter: crooks hit this gun store before. a holdup last year and a similar burglar back in 2008. now this search is a top priority. >> those guns are out there now and that's potentially 18 if not more lives that could be taken. >> reporter: federal atf agents are also out here. they recently helped investigate and charge people in two other gun shop burglaries over in montgomery county. the atf which is still working out here now tells us typically the folks who steal guns will
then sell them on the black market. or they'll later trade them for drugs. we're looking into the safeguards here at this store as well as the federal guidelines and what police say the shops should do to try to prevent this kind of crime. live in collingdale, drew smith, nbc 10 news. we're following a developing story in washington d.c. pizza crust has led police to the man suspected of murdering four people inside a mansion. now a nationwide manhunt is under way for daron wint. investigators identified him using dna from a crust of domino's pizza left behind at the scene. >> investigators believe he's in brooklyn, new york now which means it's possible he traveled through our area to get there. >> nbc 10 national correspondent brian mooar picks up the story from there. >> reporter: a week after a wealthy washington family and their housekeeper were found dead in a burning home near the vice presidential mansion, police announced a break in a case that's shaken the nation's capital. >> the metropolitan police
department seeks daron dylon wint black male 5'7" in height weighing approximately 155 pounds. >> reporter: police say wint's last known location was brooklyn, new york. >> right now you have just about every law enforcement officer across the country that is aware of his open warrant and are looking for him. >> reporter: police sources say the big break came from dna found on a piece of pizza delivered to the mansion where savvas savopoulos wife son, and housekeeper were all killed. >> right now it does not appear this is a random crime, there is a connection through the business of the suspect and savopoulos family business. >> reporter: ceo of a successful construction company. he mysteriously be asked $40 million be delivered to his home in the hours before he died. investigators believe the family was bound and threatened a day before their lives were taken in what one official called an act of evil.
brian mooar, nbc news washington. several preschoolers were taken to children's hospital of philadelphia after this bus accident earlier today. a bus chaperon told nbc 10 the driver hit a pole along the schuylkill expressway before spinning out of control. a secretary at hope church school says the students are doing okay with a few scrapes and bruises. also on 76 an nbc 10 viewer sent us this cell phone video showing a burning tractor trailer near downingtown. there it is right there. commuters in the westbound lanes sat in traffic stretching three miles while that fire was put out. we just checked and all the lanes are open now. nine days after the deadly derailment of that amtrak train in philadelphia comes a fight over safety and money. lawmakers today warned there are still dangers and it's going to take cash to fix them. nbc 10's deanna durante has been on this story since the night of the accident. deanna live now at 30th street
station. >> reporter: yeah, lawmakers in d.c. got together today to say that they blame republicans for the lack of funding they say that amtrak is asking for. a group of democrats including those from our area stood together asking more money be given to the rail service. >> amtrak is playing a game of railway russian roulette. >> reporter: strong language from capitol hill. senate democrats blamed republicans for slashing am trab funding requests. they listed bridges and tunnels saying they're decades old and in need of repair now. >> republican road block toward greater safety in our transportation system and republican road block toward a better quality of life. >> reporter: the lawmakers say amtrak has a $21 billion backlog on maintenance and repair and says the $2 billion it asked for should be granted. republican controlled house panel agreed to give amtrak $1.1 billion a day after the deadly derailment in philadelphia.
>> no brainer. look at the volume of people that travel on the northeast corridor, amtrak alone, funding needs to happen. end of story. >> reporter: jonathan brooks travels to and from new york a lot and takes amtrak. >> look at the trends. more and more people are live in urban centers. it makes sense to put money into mass transit. >> reporter: he joins a long line of passengers waiting to go to boston. >> infrastructure needs to be updated. look at how many people are riding the trains. we depend on train travel. >> reporter: no surprise the people who ride amtrak are also asking it get more funding. we reached o eded out to a number of republican lawmakers. mike kirkpatrick, u.s. representative from bucks county his office pointed us to statements where he said he believes rail funding should be increased. we also reached out to amtrak. no comment from them at this point. reporting live at 30th street station, deanna durante, nbc 10 news. >> meantime those derailment victim are still being treated at philadelphia hospitals. five at temple university hospital with two of them in critical condition this afternoon. three in critical condition at
hahnemann. three are stable at aria torresdale. another patient is stable at jefferson university hospital. count on nbc 10 news to bring you breaking developments on the deadly derailment. we'll pass along new information on the nbc 10 news app for smartphones and tablets. emergency crews are getting firsthand experience with an oil spill. they were on the schuylkill river in warriors ford, oil spill training. the federal environmental protection agency ran the drill. workers used boones to direct and contain a spill. crude oil is shipped by rail through montgomery county and the epa wants crews to know what to do in an emergency. >> we plan so that we can deal with emergencies if they ever come. and planning requires coordination and that coordination is on display right here behind us today. >> today's training capped off a three-day course that included classroom work. if you ride patgo between south jersey and philadelphia, get ready to ride in style.
six rehabbed rail cars will start rolling next thursday. the start of a program to rebuild dozens of train cars that have been in service for decades. the refurbished cars have new seats, upgraded heating and cooling systems, and spaces for storing bicycles and wheelchairs. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz. >> people waiting for the bus at philadelphia's port richmond section. certainly had to have their umbrellas up today. been a chilly rainy thursday as we head into the holiday weekend. could you imagine if today was memorial day with the weather that we have had? steady rain temperatures dropping through the 50s. chilly and wet for a good bit of the area. we've got a windy friday coming up. although it should be dry. beautiful saturday. a weekend warmup though. it's going to start off on the cool side and end up feeling like definitely like summer. you can see the raindrops still
on the camera around sensecenter city. 51 degrees. 51. winds northwest at 5. 15 degrees colder than at this time yesterday. now, a warm spot up north. again, as we had suggested yesterday that there would be less rain and thinner clouds there, would clear sooner. 50 degrees in wilmington glassboro, mt. holly, dover. that is amazing for this time of the day. the average would be about 75 for this time. now, we have winds coming right in off the ocean, so it's still in the 50s at the shore. this is definitely not the day for shore weather, but the weekend is looking good. now, it's not going to be real warm on saturday and sunday because we got sea breezes off of a cold ocean. but lots of sunshine both days. you can get bad sunburn even if it's cool out there. and warmer on monday. 78 degrees. have even taken the thunderstorms out of the forecast for the shore.
still a chance in the poconos on memorial day. cool on saturday. and warmer on sunday. overall, that's a pretty nice forecast especially compared to today. we've got a solid area of rain from philadelphia southward all the way through delaware and new jersey. patches of at least moderate rain and in parts of sussex county, that's fairly heavy rain that you see there. but the back edge of this is making some progress. it's not going to last all night. it's not going to be there when you get up in the morning. the temperature, if anything may be going up during the night tonight. once the rain ends here. it will be cooler to the north and west as you can see. and then it is dry during the day tomorrow. it's warmer. partly because of the sunshine. temperatures get into the 70s in most of the area. so that's looking nice and then it gets even nicer as we go through the rest of the weekend. so the rain ends south and east. and then we have clearing toward
daybreak daybreak. 50 for the low in philadelphia. 42 north and west. during the day tomorrow windy and warmer. good bit of sunshine. highs in the mid 70s. but gusts up to 35 miles an hour. then not much wind:xñ cool on saturday. nice and sunny. warmer on sunday. 68, 78 88. there's memorial day. close to 90 degrees. chance of thunderstorms mainly u toward the poconos then it gets even hotter. a warning to parents. the company recalling nearly 30,000 seats for children because of faulty straps. a south jersey homegoods employee bitten by a customer. what happened moments before that set the customer off. then a look at the newh o technology giving paralyzed people the chance to move. coming right up on nbc 10 news.
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thank you, guys so much. >> nbc 10 in radnor today where one of the final works of a prominent sculptor was unveiled at its alma mater. before his sudden passing two years ago, lawrence nolan created this 12 foot statue of jesus. nolan's family was there today as archbishop carroll high school held a dedication ceremony for the statue. nolan graduated from there in 1983. he went on to become an accomplished sculptor who's known to many for creating the harry statue at simpsons bank park. you've seen the noses most likely and heard about the cause to raise money for children living in poverty. the stage is set for tonight's red nose day charity broadcast. >> three hours of fun led by three different celebrity hosts and can only watch it here on nbc 10. red nose day makes its debut tonight in the usa as a charity fund-raiser for children but it's been a long-running television tradition in britain. after 30 years, the event has
raised more than $1 billion for charities that help impoverished children around the world. yeah that's comedian will ferrell doing what he does best. one of the comedy skits set to air tonight, there's a long list of celebrities expected to take part. and here's what the creator of red nose day had to say ahead of tonight's big debut. >> what i hope is it will be a really funny, big, entertaining roller coaster ride of a show. >> some stars are going all out for red nose day. nick cannon is hosting a 24-hour dance-a-thon. "today" show host matt lauer arrived in new york city this morning after cycling from boston. don't miss nbc's star-studded red nose day event. see it only here at 8:00 on nbc 10. now back to one of our top stories. >> a predawn smash and grab. the items stolen guns. their target the suburban
armory along macdade boulevard in collingdale. the suspects got away with 18 firearms. the atf has joined the investigation. also today -- >> now we're 15 months later. where are the apologies pouring? >> where's the apology? that's what governor county kt want chris christie wants to know. today nbc 10 tells you who he thinks should be sorry. today's weather is a downer for folks. i'll let you know when you can expect improvements in my nbc 10 first alert memorial day weekend forecast.
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>> damp night for minor league baseball as well. our live sky cam network showing campbells field in camden where the river sharks take on the southern maryland blue crabs at 7:05. nbc 10 first alert chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz is back now, and soggy behind us too, isn't it? >> it is. glenn, we're hoping for improvements as we head into the holiday weekend that the raindrops will be gone. >> yes absolutely. it's not going to be anything like this. even by tomorrow morning. things are going to change dramatically. the rain just about ending here in philadelphia area. and it continues through all of delaware. the entire southern half of new jersey. most of it is on the light side. we had a couple of pockets of moderate to heavier rain. here's one right around atlantic city right now. good thing it's happening now. and not on memorial day weekend. you can see the back edge of this continues to move to the east. so it is on its way out. but just slowly. and remember we needed this rain for the last 30 days up
until today. we've had less than a half inch. nearly 3 inches below average. so far today in philly just a little over a tenth. not exactly a lot of rain. here it is. the future cast hour by hour. and you can see it ending in delaware first then it will end at the shore, but it's going to take a while. this is 1 11:00 tonight. it's just wrapping up. right around the shore. look at the dry air. the clearing skies onlying in. a sign of things to come. we'll break down the memorial day forecast from the mountains to the shore with the seven-day in a few minutes. >> all right. look forward to that glenn. with the holiday weekend upon us and changing weather conditions, stay a step ahead of the weather with the first alert forecast available any time on your smartphone or tablet using the nbc 10 news app. and you know with gas prices as low as they are, record numbers of people expected to hit the roads this holiday weekend. we're keeping an eye on things
with our first alert traffic cameras looking soggy. route 1 in dewey beach, delaware, not an ideal beach day by any means. the rain is going to clear out and the roads will be packed soon enough. >> with the rush hour and wet weather. a $5,000 we reward is being off offered to find a man, a man demanded her purse at crickie's and pete's. inside was the night deposit of $2,300. police released a sketch of the suspect, wearing a blue hooded sweatshirt, black pants and black shoes. philadelphia police looking for these armed robbers shown here holding up customers and a bartender tuesday morning. happened at the playmaker bar on north 28th in philly's fairmount section. police say the duo took.t2 t(ár from the register and customers before running off. in south philadelphia police say these two women robbed a beauty supply store and one pepper sprayed an employee. this is surveillance video from
cosmo professional on south columbus boulevard tuesday morning. the women made off with several flat irons and they're still on the loose. three philadelphia women charged with robbery and shop lifting at this homegoods store in marlton, burlington county. police say when store employees caught them shop lifting two of the women decided to fight instead of surrender. one suspect bit an employee. all three women were caught by police. at the jersey shore, this may be the unofficial start to the summer season but union members in atlantic city say it's the start to the fighting season because they'll be picketing later today outside the trump taj ma haul. the seventh protest over benefits over against soon to be owner carl icahn. from our delaware bureau a big overhaul for wilmington's original wharf. the port of wilmington is planning to spend $9.8 million to renovate a cargo ship berth. most of the money will come from a federal grant. the original wharf was built in 1922. it's at risk of collapsing into
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the recall now involving more than 25,000 booster seats. the oxo company is recalling its nest booster seats because of a problem with the restraint straps. several stores including babies "r" us and buy, buy baby sold the seats until last month. if you have the seat stop using it and contact oxo for a free repair kit. ever do this, try to see how long you can hold your breath under water as a kid? public health experts say even for experts the practice can be dangerous, even deadly. centers for disease control is reporting on 16 cases of what they call dangerous underwater breath holding behaviors. four of the 16 people died. all were advanced swimmers. they either intentionally hyperventilate hyperventilated, did prolonged underwater swimming or breath holding. a major advance in robotics. a paralyzed man is now able to move a robotic arm just by think thinking about it. eric has been paralyzed from the
neck down more than a decade. doctors implanted a prosthetic device in the region of his brain where intentions are made. similar brain implants control movements directly but this one it different. controlling the intention to move. and that has ledñx4w to more natural and fluid motions with a robotic arm. >> amazing technology. >>fascinateing. looking for an apologize. >> why chris christie may not get his wish. also deadly days ahead for young drivers. why your teenager is especially at risk behind the wheel. exactly two days from right now. damp dreary and cool today, but maybe brightening a bit already. what can we, pekt for expect for the holiday? get my updated nbc 10 first alert memorial day forecast.
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this is nbc 10 news. >> a lot of enthusiasm today at the philadelphia fire department awards ceremony. a number of heroes were honored in northeast philadelphia. the fire department gave out its highest honor, the heroism award, to four of its members and a civilian. fire officials say the heroes put their own lives at risk to save others. >> these fine coordinated efforts under extremely dangerous circumstances placing themselves at extreme personal risk are in keeping with the highest traditions of the philadelphia fire department. >> two partnership awards were also given to richard of the fire department historical corporation and radio host patty jackson. this is the 30th annual awards
day. the summer months are the most dangerous for teenage drivers. >> according to research from aaa. another dangerous date is this saturday may 23rd. there are more crashes associated with speeding and drinking during prom and graduation season. other deadly dates include june 10th july 4th and 9th and august 8th and 14th. aaa recommends parents keep talking about safety during the summer months. other tips include forget about trips that have no specific purpose. put limits on the number of passengers and cut the driving at night. also let your teen know you'll be there if they need help. we have new information from california where crews are working to clean up thousands of gallons of spilled oil. they've been able to gather up more than 7,700 gallons so far. up to 105,000 gallons may have leaked from a ruptured pipeline tuesday. about 20% of that reached the coast near santa barbara. people are getting their
first look at hundreds of e-mails sent by hillary clinton while she was secretary of state. "the new york times" published those e-mails today. they show her corresponding with a longtime adviser about libya, specifically the attack on the diplomatic compound in benghazi. she used a private e-mail account rather than government address. new jersey governor chris christie says he defshserves an apology from the media about the coverage of the jersey jam bridge scandal. >> i believe there's an absolute bias and rush to judgment. >> christie is still deciding whether he's going to run for the white house but he says he's being held to a higher standard than democratic candidate hillary clinton. she's been under fire for her use of those private e-mails. the server while she was secretary of state. but christie says he's had a lot more bad publicity about the bridge closure and there's no evidence he knew anything about it. david wildstein, a former port authority official pleaded guilty in the case. bridget kelly and bill barony two former allies of the
governor were indicted in the case. the trial will start in july. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz. >> yeah the flowers can certainly use today's rain. probably noticed the ground has been extra dry. so every little bit helps. it also helps wash that pesky pollen out of the air. and a lot of people have been suffering for quite a while about that. a chilly and wet day helps with that. and we had it over much of the area. a windy day coming tomorrow. but no more rain. a lot warmer too. and then it's going to get even warmer over the holiday weekend. now we're looking to the west and i'm seeing a little bit brighter in the sky farther to the west because this system is on its way out. still raining officially in philadelphia, 5 2 degrees. winds 6 miles an hour. 15 degrees colder than it was this time yesterday. the average high is 75.
remember yesterday i was showing you these numbers and telling you that today it was going to be reversed. allentown was going to be the warmer. they're at 59 now. dover, raining and 50. so starting tomorrow it will go back to normal where allentown will be cooler than dover, delaware. and it will stay that way through the weekend. there we are. 59 in allentown. 50 in wilmington and dover. only 52 in philadelphia. now, things going to change. quite a bit as we head through the weekend. by saturday and sunday lots of sunshine at the shore. not going to be real warm but it's also not going it be real windy. a little windier on sunday. that sea breeze coming in off that cool ocean, that has an influence. so don't let that sunshine fool you. you can get a bad sunburn even when it's cool outside. the sun is very high this time of the year. monday memorial day, 78 degrees. taking any chance of thunderstorms out of the forecast for the shore. still have it in for the poconos.
but just a chance there. it's cool on saturday. warmer on sunday. really nice overall. there's the rain. starting to again, end in northwestern new castle county. much of montgomery county is dry now. all right. it's a steady rain over southern delaware and cape may county but not for too much longer. look at it it's moving straight to the east. it's getting out of here. here's the hour-by-hour as we go through the 7:00 hour. it's breaking up a little bit in delaware. and then eventually gets out of the shore area. now what's going to happen over the weekend, high pressure right on top of us saturday. so that's a sure thing. it's going to be a beautiful day, but cool. then we're watching this front, and that's going to determine what kind of weather we get on monday. so sunday is still okay and it's getting warmer with the southerly wind. there's that front developing monday. and that's why i think there's a better chance of some showers in the poconos than anywhere else
in the area. on memorial day later in day. the rain ends south and east and clearing by daybreak. 50 degrees for the low in philadelphia. and may not drop too much from where it is right now. windy and warmer tomorrow but look at the wind. gusting to 35 miles an hour. going to be in the mid 70s, though. then it cools down a bit on saturday especially cool in the morning. then 10 degrees warmer sunday. 10 degrees warmer than that on monday. just a chance of a thunderstorm mostly up toward the poconos. and then it really gets hot. 90 degrees tuesday. and near that wednesday and thursday, too. so we really did need that rain today because we're not expecting a whole lot in the next week. >> and people who don't like it that warm in the 90s, they should really enjoy these next few days. >> yeah, it's going to be really comfortable for friday saturday, sunday. then it really starts getting summerish. >> that's right. which we begged for in the winter. >> yeah. we begged for 50 in the winter. >> all right.
thanks. >> we're happy, glenn. all right. to this. a pair of feathered friends help teach a lesson in conservation and protection in pennsylvania's capital today. two of three falcons that hatched on the ledge of an office building in downtown harrisburg last month. this afternoon the department of environmental protection took two of the birds, placed bands around their left legs. wildlife officials will use the bands to monitor the falcons after they've leave the nest. the kids who watched today had plenty of questions like how hard was it to put a little band on the bird? >> not very hard. i think the hardest part of it is making sure that you get the sexes right so that you put the right size band on. these birds as i mentioned are just as big as their parents so it's not too hard to tell the boys from the girls. >> okay then. these famlcons remain an endangered species in pennsylvania. learned a lot there. >> i love how the kids watched
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this memorial day holiday nears. not a great night for baseball at all. the tarps on the field here at the home of the wilmington blue rocks. tonight's game is scheduled to start in about 90 minutes. >> it's chilly out there, though. >> it is chilly and wet. nbc 10 first alert meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz is here to talk about the weekend and tonight. glenn? >> yeah, and if the phillies were playing, they wouldn't be playing because it's still raining around citizens bank park. that is going to be moving out. and even in wilmington it's going to be moving out and in camden it's going to be moving out just over the next couple of hours. it's not going to stay wet all night. we're already seeing the rain ending in philadelphia area down toward wilmington. this continues to move to the east. dry air continues to move in. takes a little while to dry out. and it's going to take a long while to dry out at the jersey shore. they're getting fairly heavy rain in parts of cape may county right now. but the back edge of this rain continues to move to the east. and we're going to be