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they both say the store employees should never have locked those doors. the video was taken once the door apparently were locked. the view is from outside the seven 11 earlier this month. >> i haven't done nothing -- >> reporter: the women are screaming may want to be let out. but store employees believing a crime occurred have locked them in. >> what's the most expensive thing in a seven 11 store? >> reporter: william brennan was in the courtroom as lawyers for the women argued for reduced bail. brendan disagrees with the employee's actions despite pennsylvania having a law that would allow them to detain people. >> it flies in the face of commonsense. i don't care what shopkeeper's privilege exist. to come into a situation where people are out of their minds, risks harm to the public and police. >> reporter: when an officer showed up, things got worse. prosecutors argued one woman tried to hit the officer, then
this. >> oh! >> reporter: kicking, fighting and rolling around on the floor. >> if you haven't done anything cooperate with the police. this probably would have been nothing. when people fight with the police right away what are we supposed to think. >> reporter: the best way to avoid ending in arrest is to remain calm even if you think you're wrongly accused, you will get charged with a crime. >> push pack on the authority, the police are there to do a job, that's when things go down the tubes. your encounter will be 30 seconds to a minute and a half. >> reporter: now, philadelphia police say they're not commenting because the case has been sent to the internal affairs bureau to take a look at this case. we did reach out to seven 11 to find out what their corporate policy is when it comes to those suspected of shop lifting. it is recommended they lock the doors or let them go. that request has not been
answered. nbc 10 news. we have new details on this week's multistate shooting rampage that ended in delaware. >> a witness says he saw the gunman gather his co-workers toort together before opening fire. according to that witness, he told everyone he had something to say, then he started firing. three people were killed, two others critically hurt wednesday morning. after the shooting in maryland, police say he drove to delaware where he shot and wounded the owner of a used car dealership. he was captured in newark. he is being held at more than $2 million bail. right now, you can learn more about the victims who were killed on the nbc 10 app. find a timeline of how those shootings unfolded. to your first alert weather, a live look at broad street in center city where the weekend just getting starting. it was a comfortable afternoon out there with temperatures reaching into the mid 70s. a lot of cars there, and a live
look from our nbc 10 camera at the camelback mountain resort in the pocono mountains. now we're starting to see leaves changing. and a warm weekend across our region. >> we should have submitted for a vacation day request today. >> what were we thing? >> tammie souza is joining us with a look at the gorgeous forecast. a great weekend to head out and select that perfect pumpkin. >> it is a perfect weekend for that or to look at the fall foliage. if you had chosen this weekend off, it would have rained, right? it's a good thing you didn't. that's murphy's law with me. we saved everybody the trouble. look at outside, beautiful day with blue skies. 74 right now in philadelphia. west northwest winds. we have a little front that's pushing through the area, turning our winds to the cooler air mass north of us, and still we're topping out almost ten degrees above where we should be this time of year. so where is the cold air? there's a front coming through the pacific northwest, but look at this we scoot across the
country and there is no cold air in place. in fact, most of pennsylvania is in the 70s. right now, we are at 74 in allentown, 75 in wilmington. 73 in trenton. 76 in vineland. it's warm at the beaches, 71 in wildwood and 74 for atlantic city. we're going to continue to enjoy all of this warmth tonight. it's going to be a little bit cooler than last night because of that front that came through. 48 in philadelphia. 43 in allentown. 47 in vineland and 47 in atlantic city. when i come back, we'll break down the spectacular weekend and then i'll have to kind of break the bad news that we do have rain headed our way next week. guys? >> all right. 20s minut minutes of nonsto devastation still in puerto rico a month after hurricane maria. >> it wiped out its entire electric grid.
20% of puerto rico has power. today, island officials said the people of puerto rico cannot restore the power by themselves. also today, the death toll went up after one person died from a dangerous bacterial disease. the governor of puerto rico tweeted a large number of schools on the battered island will reopen monday. a father and his nine-year-old son could not wait for help to arrive on the island. they came to philadelphia for crucial medical treatment and a chance at a fresh start. nbc 10's rosemary connors is joining us now with their story. >> reporter: they chose philadelphia because the nine-year-old boy's mother lives here, but the father and son need a place of their own to stay as they are determined to build a life here. everything they once had is gone, except for their music. a teacher by trade, raul has spent his life sharing the gift of music with the children of puerto rico. ♪ ♪ now he and his nine-year-old son
are a two man band, taking their sound on the road. not by choice, but necessity. they fled puerto rico in the wake of maria's wrath. the hurricane ripped through their village tearing their world apart. >> the walls were moving and i pray and say, god, we need an angel in front of the house. >> reporter: they landed here in philadelphia where the city's office of emergency management in partnership with other relief agencies has set up a disaster services center, interpreters to help family register for fema. raul has prostate cancer but wants to get back to work. >> i want to be useful here in the community. yes, i don't -- i always, you know, i am right now standing here because i always move, you know. >> reporter: as a children's teacher and professional musician in latino jazz bands,
his passion is to play. and as for his son, he's adjusting to his new surroundings but can't wait what his life was like before the storms. >> very, good. it was very awesome. but this is a new life. a new life. >> a new life, includes a new school. he has been out of classes for a month now. he can't register in the philadelphia school district until he has a permanent address. the disaster services center is trying to help, but the need there is great as dozens of families are fleeing to philly for relief. we'll have that part of the story coming up at 5:00. i'm rosemary connors, nbc 10 news. all right. you can still help the victims of hurricane maria in puerto rico. tap the nbc 10 app for more information on how to donate through the american red cross. we have breaking news here at home from septa this afternoon. service is delayed after a train hit and killed a person on the
tracks near the jenkins town station. police are on the scene. commuters are seeing delays of up to 15 minutes. take a look at this guy, police say he tried robbing a man in north philadelphia earlier this month. but you know what that man did? he bit him in the face and took his gun. officers say the would-be robber did get a shot off, hitting the victim in the leg. he'll be okay. but investigators are still looking for the man you see here. do you recognize him? if so, call philadelphia police. tonight, police are releasing video of a van which struck and killed a man in southwest philadelphia this weekend. they say it's either a gray dodge caravan, or chrysler town and country. that's in the left of your screen. it's likely to have front end damage. police say they believe that same man struck a man sunday night. they say the victim, richard brennan was crossing the street when the speeding driver hit him
and took off. he died at the scene. hillary clinton is coming to new jersey to stump for phil murphy. the former presidential candidate will attend a fundraiser sunday. comedian whoopi goldberg will be there. yesterday former president obama appeared in newark. out west, the television academy says it's voted to begin disciplinary proceedings against harvey wieinsteinweinstein. meanwhile, the los angeles police department has interviewed a woman who says weinstein sexually assaulted her in 2013. police in new york and london are also investigating weinstein. he's been accused of sexual harassment by more than three dozen women, including several top hollywood actresses. attorney general jeff sessions will be in philadelphia tomorrow. he is scheduled to speak at a
gathering of police chiefs from around the country. it's being held at the pennsylvania convention center. today, sessions was in austin, texas, where he talked about plans to enforce president trump's immigration priorities. >> for decades, the american people have been begging and pleading with our elected officials for an immigration system that's lawful and serves the national interest. now we have a president who supports that. >> sessions has threatened to strip federal funding from so-called sanctuary cities if they don't prove their comply ing with the law. that's the name given to cities which choose not to help the government root out undocumented immigrants. philadelphia is among them. the white house today trying to refocus on policy after a week largely driven by a single remark. >> the controversy over that comment is not over.
blain alexander has the latest. >> reporter: what happened in niger? >> thank you all very much. >> reporter: today president trump not answering a question about the raid that killed four u.s. service members. but on capitol hill, defensive secretary james mattis answering questions. behind closed doors. meeting with senate armed services committee chair, john mccain. >> i felt that we are not giving sufficient amount of information and we are clearing a lot of that up now. >> reporter: this as nbc news reports a massive intelligence failure may have led up to the attack. the pentagon has a team on the ground, now the fbi and other agencies joining the search for answers. >> before we start jumping to any conclusions, we want to make sure that that is completed fully. >> reporter: also under scrutiny today, chief of staff john kelly who blasted a florida congresswoman who claimed president trump made insensitive remark during a condolence call.
kelly accused her of grandstanding. >> i was not even in congress in 2009 when the money for the building was secured. so that's a lie. how dare he. >> as general kelly pointed out if you're able to make a sacred act like honoring american heroes all about yourself you're an empty barrel. >> reporter: today, a final honor for sergeant johnson, laid to rest in florida. today, the president's daughter-in-law said she read a transcript of that condolence call, but the white house says no such transcript exists. nbc news, the white house. pittsburgh woman is admitting to attacking her daughter's teacher this afternoon. police say she hit her with a brick before pulling her from a car and beating her. the teacher called janice williams to the school wednesday because she says williams' daughter bit her. williams claimed the teacher
choked her daughter. the teacher said williams followed her home from school and attacked her when the two stopped at an intersection. >> i did get out and hit her. i did not burst through her window as they say i did. no, i did not. i punched her in her face. >> the teacher lost a tooth and had to be treated at the hospital. williams faces several charges, including stalking assault and making terroristic thread. a police officer killed in las vegas is being laid to rest today. a truck carrying the flag draped casket led a five mile procession down las vegas boulevard today. the motorcade made its way past the mandalay bay resort. a gunman fired into a crowd attending a concert before killing heartfield and 57 other people. nearly 500 other people were wounded in the attack three weeks ago. and a woman who escaped the shooting in las vegas watched
her house burn to the ground in wildfire ravaged california. mi she lost everything she owned when flames devoured her home last week. a week earlier, she was in the crowd when gunfire rang out in vegas. she says she has not been able to process all that has happened. >> okay, this has got to stop. there's got to be an end to this. where is the end? >> so much for one person to deal with. she says her experience as a first responder trained her to compartmentalize rather than fall apart during the past few weeks. traveling by air could get a bit more complicated, the faa is pressing for a worldwide ban on laptop computers in checked luggage because of a fire risks. they say tests show when lithium ion batteries overheat near aerosol spray they have the potential to catch fire and
explode. they want to ban luggage on all checked luggage. the end could be near for philadelphia's school reform commission. at a board meeting last night the chairwoman suggested the group could disband by the end of the year. the district's legal counsel explained it would need a majority of votes. the chiommission was created in 2001 and ending it would return philadelphia schools to local control. speaking of schools, a school community in chester county is coming together after several race related incidents. >> this morning, students at coatesville area high school held a silent show of unity. they could be seen standing arm in arm in the school's football stadium. their gathering was in response to this, photos of several teenagers posing with pumpkins that featured carvings of a
swa kkk. students return in gloucester county amid racial tensions there. a peaceful protest and a community meeting were held yesterday after a brawl erupted earlier in the week. that fight right there caught on video and posted to social media. it started after students confronted class mates who they say texted racial slurs and hateful language. several students are facing suspensions. the superintendent in a bucks county district is admitting his schools has a problem with racism and he's addressing it first-hand. steven fisher spoke with students about whether they're on board with the plan at 5:00. the count down is on to a celebration more than a century in the making. reading terminal market unveiled plans for a year-long bash marking its 125th birthday. the series of special events will begin in february with 1893 day.
visitors will be transported back to the reading terminal market -- back to the day the reading terminal market opened. events will continue all year, celebrating not only the past, but the future of the philadelphia landmark. such a cool place. and taking a live look at the italian market in south philadelphia. we have a lot of good markets here. it's a gorgeous day to be outside. >> yes, it is. it's going to continue into the weekend. that's what first alert meteorologist tammie souza is telling us. >> at least -- oh, jim, come on. hop on the bandwagon. let's enjoy, right? >> absolutely. looking forward to it. >> it's going to be a terrific fall weekend. after this, we're going to start to see the changes as we slide into cooler temperatures. but look at that, 74 in philadelphia. 72 in the pennsylvania suburbs. 73 new jersey. 74 in lehigh valley, 73 in delaware. the temperatures are close to ten degrees above normal. tomorrow we'll be 10-15 degrees above normal. we should be in the mid60s right
now. here's where we're going to be going. beautiful clear skies, we'll drop down to 67 at 7:00. 61 at 10:00 tonight. we have winds out of the northwest. that's going to probably take us down a few notches overnight tonight. maybe into the upper 40s across much of the area rather than the 50s where we were this morning. it is going to be a really nice night as we head into saturday and sunday. nothing showing up on doppler radar. nothing showing up across the region, we still have this huge ridge of high pressure here. and there's plenty of warmth that is packed in to this area. it looks like pretty much we'll stay warm through monday. tuesday will be our transition day. wednesday it's back to the 60s. because we have a number of storm systems out to the west. one of them digging in, bringing snow to parts of the northern rockies. we're not going to be getting any snow, but cooler air is going to be on the way as it typically is this time of year. you'll wake up tomorrow morning, the mid to upper 40s across the area.
we're going to be looking at winds that are generally still out of the north. but tomorrow, those winds do turn. they turn out of the east and southeast. cooler out there along the jersey shore. that's where you'll see the mid and upper 60s. ten degrees warmer away from the water, philadelphia, mid 70s, very easy across the entire area. that's going to be easy to reach. sunday, same thing. and on monday, we're going to be looking at temperatures by 10:00 in the morning are already in the 60s. we will have more cloud cover and we could see isolated showers. right now it looks like the front will come through and the showers will develop at night. let's hope it will be after the eagles' monday night football game. here is your weekend ahead. get out and enjoy. there's so much to take in this time of year. 77 tomorrow in philadelphia. 76 in lehigh valley. 74 on the jersey shore. on sunday, comparable temperatures, maybe a degree or two different. plenty of sunshine. clouds start to increase. we'll see more clouds on monday.
the lehigh valley could see an isolated shower. at night is when we'll look for rain to cross the entire area. >> from tours of the fall colors to haunted houses and pumpkin parades, as tammy said there's so much to do this weekend. tap the nbc 10 app to find out what events are happening in your neighborhood. still ahead here at 4:00, fractured families. >> a crisis is forcing grandparents into an unexpected role. >> our life doesn't stop because we have sophia. it's our life because it's sophia. >> nbc 10 finds out from a local couple how the drug epidemic has changed their family dynamic. plus this. >> the way philly is s bring them, if you don't, you don't. >> bleeding green and mean. eagles fans respond to a redskins' comment from a player.
melania's dress becomes the 27th in the collection. the designer took part in today's ceremony. mrs. trump admitted she doesn't have all the time in the world to work on it. >> by the time i got around to thinking about my wardrobe choice, it only left two weeks to design this piece. >> the tradition of donating inaugural gowns to the smithsonian began in 1912. hackers who can communicate with your child record them and even track their location. >> the smart watch that experts say is helping criminals follow your child and what parents need to look out for. it's going to be a fabulous fall weekend. outdoor plans are a must. but we do have rain on the way. i'll talk about that when we come back. hi, i'm john clark.
sixers fans have been through a lot of pain the last four years, a lot of losing. but the payoff here in philly begins tonight. we'll hear from sixers fans coming up. at 5:00, a philly native's connection to the harvey weinste weinstein's scandal. how jill scott says the movie mogul lashed out at here. the high school blitz is heading to delaware county for a battle of the undefeated. we'll have all the action from that game and high schools across the region on the high school blitz tonight at 11:00.
chris brown: a fighter for the working men and women of atlantic county. brown fought for what's right by taking on trenton special interests and standing up to chris christie's takeover of atlantic city. he fought to protect jobs in our region and to defeat the north jersey casinos. and now brown is working to keep atlantic county affordable for families and retirees. let's keep chris brown fighting for us. chris brown for state senate, he's on our side.
the squad. they've been trusting the process. they're hoping to get the first win tonight. >> reporter: yeah, they have. and they've been through a lot of pain. the sixers have had the worst record in the nba over the last four years. but the payoff here at home is supposed to begin tonight. a new era of sixers basketball. take a look at some of the fans here in the parking lot. >> let's go sixers! >> reporter: yeah, the sixers now that they have some possible future stars in the nba, they have sold a team record 14,000 season tickets, the biggest jump for any team in the nba. the fans stuck through this team through all the losing, and they are ready to be a contender. >> i am excited. who is ready? let's go! sixers basketball is back. it's been long, long season.
we're ready to get busy tonight, take down boston. it's going to be a great night. like a playoff atmosphere, ready to go. we're ready to rock and roll. time to get serious. the tank is over. and it's time to stop putting w's in the win column. let's get the party started. >> reporter: and this will be the first whiteout of the sports weekend here in pennsylvania. take a look at the shirt everybody is going to get tonight. welcome to the moment, the moment is family here. not only are they expecting sellout crowds for every single game here at home, they have a waiting list for season tickets. a new era of sixers basketball. we'll have more coming up in the 5:00 hour. for now, courtside i'm john clark. >> i'm wondering if joel embiid will get more playing tomorrow and if fults will have chick-fil-a?
>> yeah, and i think joel embiid, it's not a minutes restriction anymore, it's called a minutes plan. like a cell phone plan. when he gets tired he says take me out. >> that sounds good. hopefully it will work. we're trusting that process. >> yes, thanks john. >> i guess he's loving the waffle fries. turning to our weather, the sky is blue, the sun is shining at cape may. you're looking at a live picture along the shore. down in delaware, a live look, a beautiful friday afternoon really all across the region. >> nbc 10 first alert meteorologist tammie souza is back with a look at the forecast, the most accurate forecast. we, are counting on a great weekend. >> i called you out earlier, isn't it? is it going to be a good one? trust the process, just like in basketball. we have high pressure in place. and there is no rain anywhere in the region. a beautiful, beautiful weekend.
look at all that clear sky out there. lots of sunshine. 74 in philadelphia. winds out of the west to northwest. 8 miles per hour. i love days like this. 74 in allentown with a north northwest wind, six miles an hour. coatesville, you're at 70. you have a 13 mile an hour wind out of the northwest wind. one problem we do have is low humidity. it's extremely dry. there is concern with all the dry brush that's out there and this low humidity and these breezy winds out there that we could get some grass fires, even small brush fires going. so be aware of that. that's kind of out there for the next couple of days with all of the dry, dry conditions. but we're going to enjoy a beautiful night. it's going to be crisp and cool and dry. a little cooler than last night. we'll be seeing 48 in philadelphia, 51 in stone harbor. i'll be back with your ten day on ten in a few minutes.
here's a look at some of the stories we're following county by county. kent county, three dogs were rescued after being found malnourished. they'll well enough to be adopted. the dogs were removed from a house near dover. officials charged their owner with nearly 500 counts of animal cruelty. 29 other animals found in the house will be available as soon as they're healthy. the dogs ready for adoption are at the brandywine valley aspca. mercer county community college and universities of sciences in philadelphia are coming together. the schools signed an agreement today allowing mercer students majoring in biology, chemistry, physics, engineering and math to transfer to one of 14 youth sciences programs with full junior status. in delaware county, a congressman helped cut a ribbon for a new innovation lab. it's the only fully equipped state of the arm steam lab of its kind for elementary school students in the county.
steam stands for science, engineering arts and mathematics. philadelphia's chestnut hill neighborhood is kicking off its harry potter festival. live performances and specials at bars and restaurant tonight. tomorrow is a family friendly day. make your own wand stations and a quidditch tournament. a lot of fun. >> i know. i love harry potter look alikes. >> good costumes. >> all right. to this, now, fearing for his family's safety? >> a redskins' player says he doesn't want his parents attending monday night's game at the link. still ahead, what birds fans have to say about their behavior and what they think of the rival player's comments. waking a sleeping bear or your teenager. the best way experts say parents can beat the bedside battle in the morning. a hidden camera warning for
when you're a double-dipping pension-padder like steve sweeney, it's important to maintain a certain... lifestyle. that's why sweeney spent over a hundred grand of his campaign funds on high-priced meals and other gifts. we're talking fine cigars, fancy watches, pricey restaurants, and expensive wines - all to charm the type of folks who helped him raise your taxes 145 times. too many in south jersey are struggling. but steve sweeney's looking out for himself, not for us.
it may soon cost you to read articles on facebook. the social media site is testing two types of subscription services for android users. one makes you pay after ten free articles. the other lets news organizations like "the washington post" or boston globe decide what's free and what's not. do you struggle to get your kids out of bed in the morning? >> it can be a real battle. no matter how young or old they are, it can be really tough. one expert says if your morning's a mess your child's bedtime may be to blame. school age kids need nine to 12 hours of sleep and teenagers need eight to ten but most are not getting it. >> you're waking up this really groggy kid who is still in the middle of sleep cycles.
it's going to be monstrous. the bed st advice is to get the child the sleep they need before. >> here are helpful ways to get your kids up in the morning. turn on the lights. yeah, that will go over well. give a ten minute warning. >> done that. >> for teenagers, experts say keep cell phones out of the bedroom at night. >> having a lot of flashbacks. >> did that work with your boys some. >> ten minute warning. they loved hearing that. >> not good. my dad would threaten like throwing water on me. >> threaten, but he didn't do it. >> never. >> you were an angel. >> that's right. >> the weather is no excuse to get in. >> you've got to get out and enjoy it? >> you absolutely do. i tried pinching sam, that's how we work. tickling. that's how people get up. all right. fabulous fall weekend ahead. it is everything you've been hoping for and then it changes. i'll tell you when the change
we buy food from california. when we buy our food locally we create an explosive economy. all these cities are looking at this because it's a way for them leverage the money that is already spending to create more employment. let's face it, at the end of the day, putting people to work in this country is probably one of the best things we can do. growing greater philadelphia presented by peco. the future is on.
two well-known retailers are considering joining forces in time for the holiday shopping season. walmart hopes to strike a deal with department store lord and taylor, analysts say walmart's goal is to start an online mall. it hopes bringing in established brands will attract new shoppers. consumer groups are urging the federal trade commission to investigate children's smart watch watches. researchers in norway tested three smart watches and found vulnerabilities. it could allow hackers to manipulate the watches. >> a stranger, someone you don't
know could be using the watch to follow your kid around. to communicate with your kid. >> privacy concerns also extend to data collected from the devices and whether parents have control of that information. a live look at lincoln financial field. >> birds fans being in a big frenzy. they're responding to one washington player who thinks they're a little too mean. chris thompson is a reddingbaun back. he said he doesn't want his family at the link because he's afraid of what the eagles fans will do. >> that's the one stadium you keep your family from going to. my family will be here this week and they are like, i want to come. i want to come to the philly game. i said absolutely not. >> well, yeah. philadelphia has kind of gained
a reputation for being a pretty hostile place for visiting teams and fans. >> in fact, the basement of the stadium had a courtroom for rowdy fans. what do the eagles' faithful think about the reputation they've earned? >> the jail and all that, everybody brings up from back in the day. the snowballs and all that stuff. it happens everywhere. in all sports. >> you know, family is worried about having something done to them. it's the way philly is. bring them, if you don't, you don't. still going to play the game. >> i think he's overreacting. we're a tough group, we love our eagles but i don't think he has a thing to worry about. this is the city of brother love and sisterly affection. >> yeah. eagles' coach dougpedeerson said he hopes any opposing player brings comfortable bringing his
family. the birds took to twitter revealing what they will be wearing. they're going with the midnight green jerseys as they hope to improve to 6-1 on the season. kickoff against their division rivals, 8:30 p.m. we'll have live coverage before and after the game. nbc 10 is your official station of the philadelphia eagles. tammy is here to let us know how it's going to be. >> it's going to be warm, kind of sticky. cloudy, maybe a little breezy. >> the rain might come after the game? >> i stuck it in at the end of the game so people would be aware. bring your rain slicker. don't be shocked if rain starts to fall. it does look like it's probably going to be after the game. it is a late game. you know, be prepared. anyway, we're looking at kickoff, 69 degrees under mostly cloudy skies with eight mile an hour winds from the south. we will at 9:00 be at 67 and at
11:00, 65. this is warm for this time of year. we'll be topping out in the mid and upper 70s during the day. these are nighttime temperatures as we head into the 7:00 hour. speaking of temperatures, what's going on? i mean, we are -- look at rapid city, 80. there is no cold anywhere except the pacific northwest and moving into the rockies where there is a little cold front already advancing, bringing some snow to the northern rockies. the rest of the country is gloriously warm. in pennsylvania, lots of 70s today. ten degrees above average for much of our area. 74 in allentown, 76 in vineland. 71 in wildwood. 73 in dover. here's where we're going for tonight. under clear skies, we're going to drop down to 68 by 7:00 tonight. 61 by 10:00 tonight. the winds are out of the northwest generally, do you know what? those winds are going to knock us down a couple degrees tonight over where we were last night. upper 40s tonight rather than low 50s. still a comfortable night. look at the doppler radar.
nothing is showing up. this thing has been getting a light workout over the last week. high pressure in place, you notice as storms approach they're shunted up and over this ridge of high pressure. very warm air in place. we're going to continue to enjoy it. out to the west, here is that storm system that's moving now into the pacific northwest and the northern rockies. notice, there's a little bit of snow associated with that. much colder air is going to be on the way. back to normal even, but below normal by a couple of degrees by the time we get into the end of next week. you'll wake up in the morning in the mid to upper 40s. winds will swing to the southeast, it's going to be a beautiful day. 75 in philadelphia. cooler by ten degrees along the jersey shore. you'll need your jacket out there. it's going to be a little bit cooler. sunday, another beautiful day with southeast winds, 74 degrees i think we'll probably see the mid and upper 70s across parts of the area. anywhere from the mid to upper 70s. monday, we cloud up. 10:30 in the morning, 65.
it will be quite warm. we could see spotty showers, lehigh valley, poconos and pebes county. guess what, noaa, they came out, so the national weather service came out with their winter outlook yesterday. just to give you a teeny hint at what they're thinking. it will be cold in the places it should be cold. northern plains and pacific northwest. much of the country is going to be warmer than normal. for us, right now, now this could change with the november update. 33% chance of above average temperatures for the three winter months coming up. that's not too shabby. let's take a look at our ten day on ten. 77 tomorrow, 74 on sunday. 78 on monday. again, rain moves in late. then we see showers, maybe a thunderstorm on tuesday. cooler there. 60s move in. wednesday we could see a shower and then low 60s by the time we get into the end of next week. guys? next a family affair. how the opioid crisis is
changing the family dynamic in our area. how a local couple is coping with the unexpected challenge. chris brown: a fighter for the working men and women of atlantic county. brown fought for what's right by taking on trenton special interests and standing up to chris christie's takeover of atlantic city. he fought to protect jobs in our region and to defeat the north jersey casinos.
more than two and a half million grandparents find themselves back in the parenting role because of the opioid parents. >> grandpa! >> reporter: mornings start early for kathleen and sean, a family walk to the school bus with their youngest child madison, watching wide eyed is 23 month old sofia, they're granddaughter. >> we had needed today call crisis several times for our oldest daughter who is really
struggling. and at that point, found out that she was addicted to opiates. >> reporter: they now have custody of their oldest daughter's child, sophia and their lives are driven by the needs of an energetic toddler. >> it's more of a challenge because if sophia is sick, one of us has got to play rock paper scissors to see who stays home with her. >> reporter: they juggle as parents and grandparents. each work full time. it's a daily change. >> our life doesn't stop because we have sophia. it's our life plus it's sophia. which we wouldn't trade. we wouldn't. because it's the right thing to do. >> reporter: sophia's mom is in recovery and does visit. the sealies hope for a permanent family reunion. but it's constant fear. >> loving her is making sure she's in a place that's safe.
i'm proud of alicia for that. >> reporter: rosemary connors, nbc 10 news. and they say finding a support system really helps. the bigger issue is the financial burden. >> if sophia was in foster care, actually, the state would help pay for child care. since they took custody it's on them. rosemary was part of the nbc 10 team that took an in depth look at the opioid crisis in our area. check out the award winning reporting in our generation addicted series right now on the free nbc 10 app. keith and erin? local landlords out of luck. >> the reason some were left high and dry for this month's rent. plus a financial frustration for renters who are trying to follow the money trail. and a warm weekend ahead. this is just the tip of the iceberg. how warm will we get? i'll have that straight ahead in your full forecast. quakertown students were caught using racial slurs at one of their football games and it was their own students who took
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philly today. incidents of hate are on the rise, including in schools. that's the word from the pennsylvania human rights commission. now a local school leader is taking action after students shouted racial slurs during a football game. the superintendent spelled it out on the district's website. >> nbc 10's steven fisher talked to quakertown students who are fed up and ready for change. >> reporter: in sports, there is a level playing field. in life, so such field of equality chexists. the school district says during a home football game, two of their middle school students directed racial slurs towards cheltenham cheer leaders. >> something needs to be happening. we have to look deep into it. >> reporter: they've been vocal from the top down, together students and district administrators hav