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right now on "nbc 10 news today," staying put. a federal judge overrides part of president trump's executive order that imposed immigration restrictions on people from several muslim majority nations. this morning we're getting reaction from the department of homeland security. protesters making their voices herd at philadelphia international airport, calling for the release of those detained in our area. this morning we have new details on those being held in custody. not just philadelphia. take a look at scenes from around the country as thousands of protesters took to airports nationwide. good morning everyone. welcome to "nbc 10 news today." i'm ted greenberg. it is 7:00 a.m. on this sunday morning. thanks so much for being with us. the latest on our breaking news
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in just a moment. we get started with first alert meteorologist crystal clooi and your neighborhood forecast. krystal, tracking a little snow heading our way? >> that's right. not for our sunday, but our monday and again for tuesday depending on what neighborhood you're in. 29 where we are in pottstown, 32 in philadelphia and 33 in northeast philly. we're 26 right now in mt. pocono, and dover at 34 degrees. 33 in millville. what we're seeing here are chilly temperatures to start off our day. in fact, down to the mid 20s in mt. holly. we'll see the chilly conditions throughout today. today we stay dry, just some clouds on satellite and radar. it's going to take time for that snow to move in. when? about midnight tonight, and through noon we'll be under a first alert for those passing snowshowers to move on through. where? specifically new jersey and delaware, although it looks like the snow line extension could clip right around philadelphia
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and total one to three inches. that's the highest we're looking at. right around three inches. we'll talk about where the higher amounts could fall. this morning a white house senior adviser and the department of homeland security say despite a federal judge's stay, president trump's travel ban on people from several muslim majority countries remains in force. the adviser says nothing, quote, in any way impedes or prevents the president's executive order which remains in full, complete and total effect. the judge's decision to put president trump's executive order on hold last night sparked cheers from protesters across the country. you're looking at demonstrators at new york's jfk airport celebrating the ruling last night. large crowds packed philadelphia international, jfk and other airports. dozens of overseas passengers
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arrived yesterday only to learn they had to immediately fly back to their war torn countries. others were detained. the aclu took the travel ban to court yesterday. a federal law enforcement official says the president's ban applies to non-u.s. sints from syria, iraq, sudan, yemen. last night the judge in new york granted a national stay allowing airport detainees with visas to stay in the u.s. and not be deported. lauren mayk is live at philadelphia international to explain what's happening there and what we're expecting to happen there today. good morning, lauren. >> reporter: good morning. this is where passengers come when they're coming in to the u.s. we're expecting a flight from qatar in less than an hour. we also know at least five people detained here yesterday are expected to be released today. i checked, though, this morning with the aclu and still no word on exactly when that will
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happen. we do know those people are among 109 people detained across the country when coming into the u.s. in the first 23 hours this kpkive order was in place. it was designed as a national security measure, it has created confusion and even anger and frustration at airports across the country. let me show you the scene here last night at philadelphia international airport as protesters showed up with signs. they were opposing the president's executive order and also demanding the release of the passengers here. now, as this was happening, work behind the scenes by attorneys and lawmakers, local and federal elected officials got involved with this trying to sort it out and get those passengers who had been detained entry into the u. sch u. u.s., including congressman bob grady. here is what he had to say. >> these people here had visas, very vetted for six months,
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ready to get their green cards, in flight over and all of a sudden with the order they've got to go back. they're the wrong people. they are the christians we're talking about that trump says he wants to help and now they're on their way back. >> reporter: as he was talking there, you could hear the crowd behind him and the protesters. we are expecting more protesters to come back this afternoon. we've been told about 2:00, and the group involved with that vary. they include faith-based groups, students and also groups that work with immigrants and refugees. ment live at philadelphia international airport, laurenmake, nbc 10 news. in the lehigh valley ps, the stay could bring new hope to a family of immigrants. the assali family in allentown has waited 14 years to greet relatives from qatar. the family says customs agents deand the their relatives yesterday before sending them back home to the middle east.
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>> it had been approved. for overnight all that to be taken away while they're in flight, that's just frustrating. >> he says he wants to protect those who are being persecuted, but he's really sending them back to danger and war. >> the trump administration was called to suspend enforcement of the travel ban from those predominantly muslim countries. nbc 10 spoke with the assali family after trump halted the ban. they told us they're trying to get in touch with relatives so they can come back to the united states. philadelphia mayor jim kenney says he's sickened over families being turned away. he said, quote, the trump administration may have given these families a death sentence. that's not the only local response. philadelphia congressman dwight evans tweeted, eight days in office and potus executive orders aren't just unfathomable
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but unconstitutional, right vp? #muslimban. so far there's no direct response from president trump to the stay of his travel ban. yesterday reporters at the white house asked the president about his executive order and whether it's a ban on muslims. >> not a muslim ban, but it's working out very nicely. you see it at the airports, you see it all over, working out very nicely. we're going to have a very, very strict ban and have extreme vetting which we should have had in this country for many years. stay with nbc 10 and the nbc 10 app as we follow any updates on the immigration crackdown and on protests and developments at philadelphia international airport as well as airports across the country. >> 7:07 right now. new from overnight, two sisters were dead in an accident on roosevelt boulevard in philadelphia's oxford circle section. an adult woman and her 10-year-old sister were hit by a car at the boulevard and large
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street just before midnight. the driver of the vehicle that hit the two victims was taken into custody. police say it's too early in the investigation for charges to be filed. just ahead here on "nbc 10 news today," fighting to keep their health care. we'll tell you the message these supporters are trying to send after rallying outside a local lauk's office. charges dismissed. we'll tell you why a teenager will not be prosecuted after this crash in south jersey that killed three others.
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now, your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> starting with a live look outside in philadelphia. the sun is now up. we actually see plenty of sunshine to kick off our morning. in between clouds to the north and south of us in the philadelphia area. what's going to happen today, a nice mix of sun and clouds, but mostly dry conditions. forecast temperature, 39 degrees, bethlehem, cooks town at 39 as well. lehigh valley the upper 30s. in the suburbs, 41 for phoenix ville. low to mid 40s for philadelphia. upper 30s around mt. airy. we go to new jersey, 42 for had denfield, 41 in trenton. jersey shore, at 44. the same for galloway township. 45 degrees, temperature
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wilmington. 43 for dover. wind forecast today, gusts around 20 to 25 miles per hour. the winds coming from the west at about 15 miles per hour. a little breezy, feeling cooler than it truly is. we're mostly dry. tracking the snow for your monday morning coming up j just a few minutes. changes start today for septa riders who use the regional rails. the trance it agency is changing the schedules for all its trains. some are departing earlier or later than previously schedule. septa says the goal is to become more reliable and address crowded chains. you can check out the new schedule on the nbc 10 app. coming up, a philadelphia grandmother hailed as a hero. we'll tell you how her quick thinking saved a life during a deadly hit-and-run. next, we continue our live coverage of the nationwide immigration crackdown. we'll take you live to new york city's jfk airports.
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now to more continuing coverage of the immigration crackdown. in new york city protests of president trump's travel ban turned to cheers when a federal judge suspended the order last night. katherine craeg from our sister station wnbc joins us from jfk international airport. good morning, katherine. >> reporter: ted, good morning from new york. as you know, this is an emotionally charged issue. there are still ten people who remain detained here at jfk. let's give you a live look at what the airport looks like right now. at one point, hundreds upon hundreds of protesters gathered
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here. let's take a look at this video. the protesters numbered in the hundreds here, gathered outside every level of the local parking garage here. there were cheers in brooklyn when the aclu, working on emergency stay, got that court order from a federal judge saying that the people who are detained here at kennedy airport, they will not be deported. however, that court order doesn't mean that they will be released. ten people remain here. there were two people who were released a little earlier in the day yesterday. it was quite a scene here with hundreds of people, also taxi drivers refusing to work for several hours. there are immigration attorneys working with the people who remain detained here. we are hearing there will be another protest scheduled for this afternoon. again, as far as what kennedy airport looks like right now, it's still a normal day, but there are hundreds of protesters expected to be gathering here a little later this afternoon and then again ten people remain
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detained here. >> another day of developments there. katherine craeg from wnbc, thanks for being with us. canada is reaching out to refugees being rejected by president trump. yesterday prime minister justin trudeau tweeted a picture of him greeting a syrian child at toronto's airport. he wrote, to those fleeing persecution, terror and war, canadians will welcome you regardless of your faith. diversity is our strength. #welcometocanada. at the jersey shore a judge dismissed charges against a teenager involved in a deadly crash with a new jersey transit bus three years ago. melissa rodriguez was 18 when it happened. she was driving five friends when she crossed into on coming traffic and hit the bus in pleasantville. three of her friends were killed. authorities say she was using a cell phone when she crashed. the judge ruled that atlanta county prosecutors could not prove it. now, your nbc 10 first alert
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weather. >> taking a look this morning at our philadelphia neighborhood. temperatures are near freezing. west mt. airy 32 degrees. we drop near rittenhouse, 33, center city 34. so right around the freezing point throughout our philadelphia nab hoosds. you can see areas like somerton have dropped into the upper 20s. it's a cold start out there. you want to layer up with at least a few layers. you can peel maybe one off as you get into the afternoon. overall today, a chilly forecast. radar and satellite, thicker cloud cover into the northern edge. further south, a nice mix of clouds and sunday. looking sunny over parts of philadelphia. it's mostly dry right now. that's going to be the case today. we don't expect a lot in terms of snow in the forecast, that is, until tomorrow. take a look at your three-day outlook, today a high of 43, tomorrow 27 the morning low, 37 as we get into your afternoon.
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that's it. we stay in the 30s with that potential for snow again on your tuesday. in the suburbs, less likely we'll see much in terms of snow. maybe a little dusting or light flurries passing by. better chances of passing snow as we get into tuesday with temperatures of 40 degrees in the afternoon. cold start of 24 in the lehigh valley, only 34 in the afternoon with snow monday and tuesday. the first alert in effect for monday, new jersey, the shore and delaware. look at those temperatures, mid to upper 30s in the afternoon, but mornings starting in the mid 20s for low temperatures. that's cold enough that we should see everything falling as snow as we start that morning commute. it's why we're under that first alert. let's take a closer look at that. hour-by-hour forecast starting at midnight. snow coming from the southwest because of the storm system that will bring us the moisture. that will drive by to the south of us which will push that potential into our neighborhoods. south jersey to jersey shore, delaware beaches through south
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delaware, sussex county, best potential for higher accumulation. i wouldn't be surprised if the snow line boosts up. by the noon hour we're left with scattered cloud coverage. monday morning, we're looking at one to three inches possible along the jersey shore and sussex county. about one pinch most likely as we go through south jersey and one to about half an inch through philadelphia. parts of delaware county and chester county. we go farther north, it's less than an inch than i expect for our forecast totals for monday. we'll talk more about the snow potential in the next half hour. 20 minutes after 7:00. still ahead, rallying for affordable health care. hear why dozens took to the streets in delaware county for a special message for a local laum. sooner than you think, we'll tell you why certain crews are
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launching the pothole repair effort earlier this year.
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. a west philadelphia grandmother is being called a hero for saving a 3-year-old boy's life while losing her own to a hit-and-run driver. surveillance video shows a white minivan fleeing the seen. it hit catherine brown and dragged her down 57th street and around the corner. just before the crash, she tossed her 3-year-old grandson out of the van's path. her son-in-law says she would do anything for her family. >> if she wasn't working, she was with her grandkids. that's it. that's her life. >> the family says this has been very tough on the grandkids. the crash happened as they were leaving a birthday party, and the young children witnessed the entire tragedy. the fight to keep the affordable care act spread to a local congressman's office. dozens of obamacare supporters were outside congressman patrick
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meehan's office in springfield yesterday and held signs and rallies to try to convince the republican congressman to oppose the repeal of the affordable care act. people we spoke with say the lack of an alternative plan to the aca is one of the biggest issues at play. >> we need this health care, we need this in this country. health care needs to be fixed. they don't have a plan, and he knows it. >> the aca is crucial to all of us. it's a matter of life and death and health. >> congressman meehan's office released a statement saying parts of the current health law need to be repealed and replaced with reforms that make care more affordable and more accessible. house speaker paul ryan says the goal for republicans is for universal access to health care. the phrase suggests a more modest number of people would be covered than president trump's insurance for everybody. speaker ryan says people should have the ability to buy
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affordable health care, but the government should not make people do something. happening today, new jersey will be starting its annual pothole repair campaign much sooner than normal. state transportation officials say frequent rain plus wild temperatures swings are causing potholes to appear earlier in the season. they say drivers can expect crews to patch most of these holes between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. 7:26 right now. up next on "nbc 10 news today," a new hope. the story of a local family already feeling the impact of the immigration crackdown and how the judge's order could help them do something they haven't done in 14 years. first we say good morning to krystal. >> we're looking at temperatures today that will be chilly. but you can see on our radar and satellite, mostly dry. as we go into tomorrow, this picture outside center city might have a few flakes falling across it. we'll talk about that coming up. my favorite part about being a dad --
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right now on "nbc 10 news today." executive order. a federal court ruling is blocking president trump's ban on certain immigrants from other countries. san francisco, dallas, chicago, those airports turned into protest rounds as thousands came out to voice their opinion on the travel ban. we'll show you the nationwide reaction. plus, tracking snow. a chilly and breezy start this morning as we look at the center city skyline. we could see snow coming down as we head into the workweek. >> nbc 10 breaking news -- >> good morning everyone. welcome back to nbc "nbc 10 new toda today". just about 7:30 on this sunday morning. the latest on our breaking news in just a moment. but first we get to first alert meteorologist krystal klei and your neighborhood weather.
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>> what we're looking at today versus tomorrow, pretty big changes. mostly dry. still chilly. 32 in philadelphia. wilmington at 29 degrees. 34 in allentown and lancaster. sitting at 35. also mid 30s for atlantic city. this morning, chilly start, winds aren't quite as high as yesterday. as we get into the afternoon, we'll be a bit breezy. radar and satellite showing clouds out there, actually a little more clear as we drop through philadelphia, new jersey and delaware. that will not be the case tomorrow. tomorrow in those areas we're under a first alert for morning snow. south jersey to the jersey shore, delaware specifically, but clipping right near philadelphia as well. wind la the morning commute looking a bit of a snowy one. we're not talking strong and heavy snow, overnight accumulating snow. it will stack up to one to three
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inches along the most southern points. even in south jersey we're talking slick roads. we'll take a closer look at your first alert and the timing of the snow in just a bit. >> krystal, thanks. we'll see you then. this morning a white house senior adviser and the department of homeland security say despite a federal judge's stay, president trump's travel ban from people on several muslim countries remain in force. the adviser says nothing in the judge's order in any way, quote, impedes or prevents the implementation of the president's executive order which remains in full, complete and total effect. the judge attempted to put it on hold last night, sparking cheers from protesters across the country. you're looking at demonstrators at jfk airport last night. large crowds packed philadelphia international, jfk and other
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airports. dozen of overseas passengers arrived yesterday only to learn they had to immediately fly back to their war torn country. others were detained. the aclu took the travel ban to court yesterday. nbc 10's lauren mayk is live at philadelphia international. we're expecting another busy day today. >> reporter: that's right, good morning, ted. the next test of this executive order could come here in just minutes. a flight is expected from qatar at 7:45 this morning. since this order was issued, we have seen some people prevented from getting on flights coming to the u.s., others were were already on them were detained once they were here. we don't know who is ong the flight coming in at 7:45, we'll be watching to see how things are handled. let me show you the scene here at the international arrivals terminal at philadelphia international airport last night. take a look at this. these are protesters that came
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to put pressure on authorities to release at least five people who have been detained here in philadelphia. they were also opposing this executive order from the president in general. we have seen scenes like this across the country, and officials getting involved and taking sides. here in philadelphia governor tom wolf stepped in. >> these are people who have gone through all the hurdles and they have chosen to come and live with us here in pennsylvania, and i say to them, you are welcome here. >> reporter: now, i mentioned that flight coming in at 7:45. there is also one going out at 9:45. so we are watching for both of those as well as when those people who have been coming in on a flight yesterday will be released. we've been told that they will be released today. we still haven't gotten the timing of that yet. one more thing we're watching
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today, protesters expected to arrive back here at the airport this afternoon. live at philadelphia international airport, lauren mayk, nbc 10 news. the suspension of the president's travel ban could help console a family in allentown. they waited years for their relatives from the middle east to make it to philadelphia. those relatives arrived yesterday only to be sent right back on the next flight. nbc 10's denise nakano reports on our interview with the assali family. >> reporter: joseph is waiting to hear of six of his family members flying in from qatar. customs agents detained his two uncles, their wives and children at philadelphia international airport and sent them back to qatar within hours. >> going on an 18-hour plane ride and being told at the door that they are not welcome here anymore because of the country that they came from and the country they were born in -- >> reporter: his family has waited for 14 years to come to
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the u.s., had paid thousands of dollars and went through the process of obtaining immigrant visas and green cards. little did they know while they were in the air, policy on the ground took a dramatic shift under the trump presidency. >> they had been approved and for all of that to be taken away while they were in flight, that's just frustrating. >> reporter: republican congressman charlie dent from allentown is urging the trump administration to immediately suspend enforcement of the order that bars non-u.s. citizens from seven muslim countries from entering the u.s. >> unfortunately, this executive order appears to be overly broad, and it's having consequences that are being felt right here in my community of allentown, pennsylvania. >> it's going against everything he's trying to do. he says he wants to protect the christian people, he wants to protect those who are being persecuted. he's really just sending them back to danger and war.
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>> reporter: denise nakano, nbc 10 news. >> protests held at airports around the country. hundreds clogged the international terminal at jfk in new york. the sidewalks and even every level of a nearby parking garage were filled with demonstrators. at one point officers blocked unticketed protesters from boarding the air train. governor cuomo stepped in and ordered the trains to start again. ten people trying to get into the united states were detained inside jfk late into the night. cheers erupted when one of two iraqi citizens walked out of the airport to freedom. hamid dharweesh worked as an interpreter for the u.s. during the iraq war. he and another iraqi refugee were released after being detained under the president's extreme vetting order. >> this is the greatest nation, the greatest people in the world. this is the soul of america. this is what pushed me to move.
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leave my country and come here. >> a group of rabbis compared the events happening now to the jews being turned away from america's shores during the holocaust. this immigration crackdown is sparking demonstrations at major airports across the country. at san francisco, chicago and dallas people gathered with signs and chants. happening today, two democratic senators from our region will hold a discussion with leaders of philadelphia's lgbtq community. pennsylvania's bob casey and new jersey's cory booker will be in center city. topics will include defense of lgbt rights during the trump administration. in burlington county a woman is accused of tossing a 5-year-old girl into r onto railroad tracks right into the path of an approaching new jersey transit train. it happened friday night at the
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burlington town station. police say when the mother saw an officer walking her way, she grabbed the child and threw her onto the tracks. police motioned to the train to stop, just as the boyfriend of the girl's mother pulled the child to safety. matacchiera faces attempted murder charges and is being mentally evaluated. up next, we're breaking down three other decisions the trump administration just made. we'll be right back.
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welcome back. a live look outside philadelphia looking at the comcast tower. what a beautiful shot this is. we can see a mix of clouds and sun. we're going to see that throughout today. partly cloudy conditions throughout your afternoon, but we're mostly dry today. we don't track snow in the forecast. instead we'll track those chilly conditions. feeling like 27 degrees as we come up on 8:00 a.m. 36 the temperature it will feel like as we get into the afternoon. we'll actually be in the lower 40s. it will feel a little cooler than that. in the suburbs above freezing. that's the same for the lehigh
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valley with clouds thickening up over the afternoon. about mid 30s for your feels-like conditions. we're tracking the snow. at midnight, it will last through noon on your monday. really the event itself, the snow passage that, will be for your morning commute, new jersey and delaware. look more closely at who can see the most snow. >> krystal, thanks. a 5-year-old boy is in critical but stable condition after being hit by a minivan in philadelphia's summerdale avenue. police say he was run across the street when he was struck by the minivan. a 21-year-old man was driving but he did stop. there are no charges. three more executive orders from president trump are signed and sealed, one bans members of his administration from lobbying
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for five years. another sets up restructuring of the national security and homeland security councils. the third order requires the joint chiefs of staff to submit a plan within the next month on defeating isis. both the white house and the kremlin are describing president trump's phone call with russian president vladimir putin yesterday as positive. the white house says the one-hour conversation was a significant start towards improving a relationship in need of repair. the call was the first official contact between the leaders since president trump took office. virginia senator tim kaine and white house chief of staff reince priebus will be two of cluck todd's guests on "meet the press" coming your way at 10:30 on nbc 10. stay with us, i'll be talking live with chuck to get a preview on the show in the next ten minutes.
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living. rjts some of the top ice carving artists on the east coast showed off their work in south jersey this weekend. mt. holly hosted the annual fire and ice festival yesterday. attendees got to admire the sculptures and visit a heated temp to sample chili and craft beers. heated tent, heater in your car, in your house sounds like good ideas. new jersey neighborhoods right now, in the 20s a lot of us. sweetsboro at 27. cinnaminson sitting at 29 degrees. robbinsville at 33 right now. a cold start right now this morning. even in the afternoon just like yesterday, it will be a chilly day. breezy conditions make it feel colder than it truly is. here is a look at radar and satellite.
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suburbs, berks county, lehigh valley area. we see clouds near the shore. a break in the cloud coverage for philly, wilmington and more sunshine this morning. that's going to start to shift through. we're talking more partly cloudy to mostly cloudy conditions. the rest of the day with mostly dry conditions. looking at 44 in somerton. upper 30s in the lehigh valley, could see an isolated snow flurry pop up. today mostly dry, atlantic city at 44. today the mostly dry conditions, they switch over night into monday morning. check it out. we see some of the clouds on the board for today, notice no white screens on the board as we go through 6:00 p.m. then we go into the evening hours, now we notice the white in baltimore. the snow will pass through parts of delaware and new jersey along the jersey shore.
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the snow line could extend around the start of your early morning commute through wilmington and philadelphia. really, they'll be more clips, so less snow potential than new jersey and delaware. as we continue through your morning hours, by about 9:00, 10:00 a.m., it starts to move out. by noon, it should be offshore which means in the afternoon we're tracking clouds and cold temperatures throughout your monday. then we go into your tuesday morning, round two. instead of being clipped from the south, we're clipped to the north. lehigh valley, potential for snow through the suburbs as well. even philly a chance of snow on tuesday morning. a change for rain in and scattered showers as well on tuesday. monday morning, one to three inches along southern delaware and the jersey shore. more likely to see one inch than three inches. you see one inch through much of southern jersey and into
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delaware like kent county and one inch or less through about philadelphia. you go farther north, and it's less than an inch we are expecting. wetted e promise keeper, president donald trump's executive orders are making good on some of the major themes that got him elected, but not without worldwide controversy. it's the top issue on this morning's edition of "meet the press." joining us for a preview is moderator chuck todd. chuck, thanks for being with us. >> happy to be here, ted. >> as you know, we have a very fluid situation this morning with the president's executive travel ban order. last night a federal judge suspended the order amid protests at airports nationwide. immigrant families on edge. this morning a white house adviser says the president's order stands. chuck, what do you make of all of this? >> the federal judge essentially stopped the government from sending back anybody detained
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that was in transit during the order. so that is what the federal judge temporarily halted. what the government is saying, essentially, that's how they're interpreting this order. i think for now that appears to be an agreed-upon legal territory. i think you're going to see more legal challenges tomorrow morning, possibly through the week, particularly on the issue that the white house believes it wants this to apply to green cardholders. if you're from these countries and hold a green card, you would have to go through an extra screening process or get a waiver to come back into the country, that may be found unconstitutional because green cardholders do have all the rights of anybody else who is a resident in the united states. i think you're going to see it get challenged on those grounds. i think it's very possible you'll see some sort of temporary halt on this, temporary stay while the courts debate the constitutionality of
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the order. we may have to have this resolved in the supreme court. >> also, chuck, president trump last week signed the order to build the mexican border wall. he hinted at a tariff on mexican goods. you think this will touch off a long-term rift between the united states and mexican markets? >> i think it already has set off a political rift between the two countries. president trump is the most unpopular figure in mexico. i think he's got a 3% approval rating. you've got an unpopular mexican president who is feeling the pressure of that constituency to fight trump on everything he's trying to do. yes, you have mexico's economy at risk here if all of a sudden jobs that were going to be there are taken away. look, for every action there's an equal an opposite reaction. all i would tell you is this, watch this dispute with mexico and realize it may be a preview
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of things to come with china. let's remember, this is what many of his supporters wanted to see happen, get tough on mexico, get tough on china. all of that means we're going to have reactions from those countries and we may not like how they retaliate. >> chuck, thanks so much for being with us. "meet the press" moderator chuck todd. >> you got it. former vice presidential candidate virginia senator tim kaine will sit down with chuck on "meet the press" this morning. he ealing also talk with white house chief of staff reince priebus. it comes your way at 10:30 on nbc 10. we're back in a moment. z
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u. happening today, the jewish federation of the lehigh valley will hold its annual super sunday milts va day. members and elected of nishls will make phone calls from the a allentown jcc to raise money for local and overseas causes. volunteers also set to run community service programs in allentown and bethlehem. today is the start of national catholic schools week, saint mary interparochial school is holding an open house from ten to noon. parents can take a look at the award winning elementary school in old city, philadelphia. they're encouraged to apply now because there are limited seats for the next school year. center city restaurant week continues today. restaurants will offer lunches for 20 bucks and dinners for 35 so you can try out new places the eat without breaking the bank. the event ends on friday.
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you can go to for a full list of the restaurants taking place. comic actor martin short is all in for preserving philadelphia's academy of music. short was a special guest at the philadelphia orchestra's 160th academy ball and concert last night. proceeds will benefit the upkeep of the his tore hall at broad and locust. a chilly but bright sunday morning. >> not a bad start, you just have to layer up. very different this camera shot from tomorrow morning. we're expecting snow to pass through, more likely through new jersey and delaware. today 43 degrees, breezy. we see the clouds lingering tomorrow morning. snow passes philly south as we'll likely see snow. scattered snowshowers as well. we stay cold. >> thank you for being with us. we'll be back in about a half hour with an update. from all of us at nbc 10, we hope you have a great sunday.
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>> there will be a payment. >> my advice is to engage but beware. ♪ who can turn the world on with her smile. good morning. welcome to "sunday today." i'm willie geist. it's been another weekend of demonstrations after a dizzying first week of executive action under president trump. crowds gathering at airports across the country in response to the president's order signed friday temporarily banning the entry of immigrants to the united states from seven countries and suspending the countries' refugee program altogether for four


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