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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 have refused
today remain silent on what they call a vital issue. >> i'm a minority as myself. so this sort of relates to me. >> reporter: the students took the racist remarks personally. >> we have to make a difference as people. you know, incidents like this shouldn't happen. they shouldn't have hate towards someone because of the pigment of their skin. >> reporter: the school district admits there is a problem, citing other past racial issues with students. but the majority is now stepping in. >> change something that's been a problem and you know, to have a proactive approach to solve it and make it better so something like this won't happen in the future. >> reporter: determined today show acceptance a. >> we care about what happened and what those kids did didn't represent the rest of us. >> reporter: i'm told the students involved have been disciplined. we did speak to the district about this issue. coming up at 6:00 you'll hear
from them and why they say it will never happen again. they were tossing things and yelling. new video of two women locked inside of a seven 11 because they were suspected of shop lifting. listen. an officer arrived at the frankfurt store. one of the women hit him, a defense lawyer we spoke to says even though it was legal, the problem was locking the women in the store in the first place. >> it flies in the face of good old commonsense. i don't care what shopkeeper's privilege may exist. to come upon a situation where people are already out of their minds, risks harm to the public and to the police. >> police arrested both women. internal affairs is reviewing the case. seven 11 isn't commenting. crisis in puerto rico continues tonight one month after the hurricane hit. 80% of the island is still without power. 30% of the residents have no
water. 5,000 people are living in shelters. meanwhile, the governor of puerto rico tweeted that a large number of schools on the battered island will reopen on monday. it is going to be a long recovery process. and that has led some -- led to some of the victims moving to our area. >> nbc 10's rosemary connors spoke to a father and son who left the island. they're looking for help here. >> the boys' mother lives in philadelphia, that's why they landed here. but the father and son need a place to stay. the father has made it through hurricanes before on puerto rico, but maria turned his family's life upside down. >> hurricane. >> reporter: hurricane maria was unprecedented. surviving this storm is half the battle. surviving the aftermath seems to be a never ending challenge. but for raul barrios and his 9-year-old son, music keeps them
going. they fled to philadelphia with the clothes on their back and a few belongings, including this drum. back home, raul was a children's music teacher and professional musician playing in jazz bands. he wants to return to puerto rico, but knows he can't. >> it's impossible. they are no jobs there. that school. and our performance center, it's closed. nobody is working. >> reporter: they're hoping to get help here at this disaster services center on allegheny avenue, set up by philadelphia's office of emergency management. just this week, intrerpreters have helped many people. >> i've been doing registration and people have been arriving as of last night, coming here this morning. we also have a nurse that's able to triage people immediately if there's a need. we're referring them to local
clinic and hospitals in order to fill their prescription medications that they need or any other issue that comes up. >> reporter: raul needs medical treatment as he is battling prostate cancer. resilient may be the best way to describe him and his son who are determined to make it here. >> this is a new life. a new life. >> reporter: are you ready for this new life? >> yes. >> that new life, of course, means school and a job. he tells me he wants to make a difference and get back work as a music teacher. they along with others who have fled puerto rico are in need of the basics. there is a donation center in philadelphia. a group is collecting the items. we posted more information on nbc10.com and the nbc 10 app. i'm rosemary connors. people in puerto rico still need your help to pitch in. call the american red cross at
800-596-6567. to the weather now, sunny skies to end the work week. taking a live look at cape may. >> perfect. >> beautiful day along the beach. look at all the people walking along the beach. a perfect day for a walk. we saw a few folks out on king and church streets. >> the sun is shining down. heading out to a live look at 30th street station. you see the sunbathing the ceiling of that place and all those cars lined up to probably get on to the schuylkill expressway. let's turn it over to chief meteorologist tammie souza who has the most accurate forecast, 70s today. i'll take it. >> mid 70s today. it's only going to get better from here. to a point. even if you're stuck in traffic, i bet you, roll the window down you'll enjoy the weather. you don't need to have the puffy coats yet. beautiful day out there at the beach. people enjoying it.
it's going to be cooler because of winds turning to the southeast during the weekend. the 70s will be gone from the beaches. today, 70 at cape may winds at seven miles per hour. philadelphia, 73 with a northwest wind of 13 miles per hour. wilmington, 73. we should have topped out in the mid60s and be headed downward. we're ten degrees above average. doppler radar, all clear out there. we're continuing to enjoy high pressure. and your weekend ahead looks exceptional. get out, enjoy the leaves. maybe rake up the leaves. pick out your pumpkin, put out the halloween decorations, whatever you want. it's perfect weather for it. 77 in philadelphia tomorrow. the same for the pennsylvania suburbs. 76 in the lehigh valley. 77 in new jersey. 74 at the jersey shore. 76 in delaware. we'll see the temperatures trending down, especially along the jersey shore. i think we'll be generally in the upper 60s to low 70s by the time we get into sunday.
but the rest of the area is still enjoying the mid to upper 70s on sunday. clouds will start to increase and the changes will start to arrive late monday night. that's what i'm going to talk about with the ten day on ten when i come back in a few minutes. delaware county, two teenagers are wanted for the murder of a 28-year-old man. police believe this 19-year-old leroy spence jr. and an 18-year-old was involved in a shooting death of jaquan chapel. a third suspect is in custody. a new effort is underway to protect animals in bucks county. th the partnership possible thanks to a grant provided by animal life line. new surveillance video shows the van police say struck a philadelphia man crossing 67th street leaving him to die in the
street. the hit and run happened over the weekend. investigators say the gray van was speeding. a robbery spree in west philly when stolen credit cards wouldn't work, police say this man pulled out a gun to get what he wanted. watch as he allegedly steals this wallet at a nearby landry mat. detectives tell us that is when the spree began. we have new information in the case of a habitat for humanity job site burglarized for the second time since august. aaa of south jersey is donating $500 to replace tools that were stolen. the burglars hit the same site three separate times this summer, stealing $5,000 worth of supplies. attorney general jeff sessions will be in philadelphia tomorrow. sessions is scheduled to speak at a gathering of police chiefs from around the country. it's being held at the pennsylvania convention center. in a philadelphia businessman makes a gift with a
powerful impact today. >> a $6,000 special needs classroom. thank you na showed off the classroom. it included 15 desks and computers. plus a state of the art small board panel. a councilman says it sends a message that all philly schools are treated equally. >> because when we don't treat the schools equally, we're not treating the children equally. >> na has donated nor than $20,000 to various philadelphia schools. from hurricane harvey to irma to maria, we've endured a lot of natural disasters. >> scammers are looking to take advantage. the key words on job sites you need to look out for when looking for work in a hurricane ravaged area. and controversial comments over fallen soldiers. the president faced a lot of
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.
chuck todd joins us now from washington. thank you very much for joining us. that florida lawmaker claimed today that kelly lied during the briefing and used a racist insult directed at her. what do you make of those accusations? >> we are in a situation where i think the white house and the congresswoman have both been talking past each other and nobody wants to take the high ground. why the president of the united states couldn't simply have called back the mother and said i am -- i don't want you to take away anything other than i'm feeling your pain. period. and how all of this has gotten lost into this -- this is emblematic of how broken washington and our politics and our political discourse is. right now the president is doing nothing about it. >> chuck, where do you think this goes from here? do you think the president will reconsider calling families of fallen soldiers? >> you know, i don't know. there's so many norms we keep
breaking. i can tell you this, i think it's incidents like this that cost not one, but two former presidents, of two different political parties, to speak out on the same day, mind you, about the alarm that they are feeling and the alarm they're trying to sound when it comes to -- we're off the rails when it comes -- i think president bush called casual cruelty. president obama said the ease in which we're cruel is alarming. we're at another level now. you ask me what the fallout is from this, are you kidding me? we have polarized condolences? that's a bad place we're in. >> chuck, thank you very much. be sure to watch nbc's "meet the press," that's this sunday at 10:30. stick around for nbc 10 at issue immediately following that. all right. the warm up is back and we're loving it.
sticking around for a few days, this is a live picture at the poconos. checking the scene at boathouse row. >> where is all the rowers? >> i'll take it on a friday. >> are they taking a break? >> it looks like a painting. we should be out there. nbc 10's chief meteorologist tammie souza is here. we're caring about this weekend coming up. same kind of weather? >> it's going to be beautiful. what are your weekend plans? >> a little this, a little that. i'm going go carting. that's the reason why i was a little quiet there. >> so fun. >> i'm excited about it. >> how about you? >> kids' birthday party. >> there's ten of them every weekend. how about you at home, are you going to go out and look at the leaves? pick out your pumpkin? maybe pick up all the leaves that are falling off the trees now finally. >> it doesn't matter you do it's going to be spectacular weekend. i hope you can get out and enjoy it. who wants to go to the beach
with me? >> i'm in. >> go carts to the beach. >> we'll take the go cart and go to the beach. low waves, blue skies. i don't see anybody out there, unfortunately they're all at cape may. we saw lots of people there. a beautiful, beautiful day. the temperatures around the area, 68 for all of you in coatesville. 74 in vineland. 73 in philadelphia. 73 in dover. 70 in wildwood. atlantic city at the airport, 73. even at mount pocono it's a very comfortable 64. so a really nice start as we head into the weekend. where do we go from here? how can we top this? well, we can't. we're going to see a pair of 77s over the weekend and may bounce to 78 on monday, depending on how much cloud cover we have. then we drop to 71 on tuesday and we only have to do that because it's raining. then it rains on 65 and behind on wednesday with 65 and behind the front producing this rain, it gets a little bit cooler. then we drop below average. we should be around 66 this time of year. we have definitely surpassed
that. we have plenty of it ahead of us. in fact, this is the recent outlook by noaa. they put their outlook out every fall and spring, what's is going to be like for the winter and summer. at this point, temperature wise -- they will adjust this in november, because we're going into a la nina year which there could be variables with that. it will be cold in the typical places, northern plains and far northwest portion of the upper midwest and northwest. then the rest of the country looks like it's going to be warm. where you don't see any coloration, that's supposed to be average. so what about us here in philadelphia? well, it looks like we possibly could see temperatures that are above average. there's a 33% chance that we will see above average temperatures. and that's a pretty good chance when they factor it into these types of climate forecasts. even warmer for the folks in new england. we'll have to wait and see if this actually pans out. we'll talk in the days ahead about what type of snowfall it looks like we might get.
we're not talking about the cold and snow for today. doppler radar is very quiet. there is nothing out there in the air. we have high pressure that's keeping all the storm systems away. it's kind of locked all of this warmth into our area. now, there is a storm system making its way on to the pacific northwest. it's digging in deeply and you can make out some snow taking place in some of the northern rockies and moving into parts of montana. that cooler air will come our way, but it isn't going to bring us snow. it's going to take us back to where we should be in the 60s and maybe the low 60s. tomorrow morning, you're going to wake up into the upper 40s, low 50s across the area. just a couple of degrees cooler than we saw this morning. we'll see the winds still coming in out of the northwest. we have a front that's passing by to the north and it doesn't bring us anything other than a few high thin clouds and turning our winds. then for tomorrow, we're going to start to see the winds kind of turning. it looks like in the afternoon, we're going to be in the low to mid 70s. then the winds turn to the southeast. we'll cool down overnight into the upper 50s. for sunday, we're going to once
again be in the mid and upper 70s across much of the area. cooler out along the beaches. if you have beach plans, all those pretty pictures we've been showing you all week, it's going to be cooler there. you'll need to take the jacket with you. it's not going to be in the 70s. monday, it's 65 degrees. we're looking at winds out of the southeast. cloud cover in place. we'll make it into the 70s. we could see spotty showers in the lehigh valley, berks county and the poconos. it will be monday night, hopefully after the eagles game we see the chance of rain moving in and that will linger through tuesday and the first part of wednesday. track your weather all weekend long, download our app. here's your ten day on 10. 77 for tomorrow. we'll see plenty of sunshine. 74 on sunday, a few high thin clouds. for monday, we see clouds building in, 78, could see rain at night after the game. could see a shower or thunderstorm tuesday and back to the 60s for the remainder of next week.
hidden cameras in their newly rented air bnb sounding an alarm about privacy. >> jeff rossen reveals what you can do to protect yourself. >> a husband and wife in florida just got the surprise of their life. stunned when they rented an air bnb, looked up at the smoke detector above their bed and turns out it was a hidden camera, capturing their most private moments. so what do you look for? how do you know if there's a hid hundred camera in your air bnb, in your hotel room? we're going to show you all the different little devices that these hidden cameras can hide in tonight on nightly news. plus we're going to show you how to spot them, how to find them. the first thing to do when you rent a house or go into a hotel room to make sure you're not being watched. you will not want to miss this one. a new important warning tonight on nbc "nightly news." >> nbc "nightly news" with
lester holt airs here on nbc 10. over the edge, a fundraiser that sent people 29 stories down the side of commerce square in center city. >> would you do that? >> yeah. >> for charity. exactly. it was part of a challenge that raises scholarship money for the outward bound project. >> we take them away from the tv, we take them outside their comfort zones and we build in them a sense of character. >> speaking of outside their comfort zones. look at them scaling the building. nearly 100 brave souls took part for charity in today's trip down the building. >> what a good cause. check out the painted halloween pumpkins, they were decorated by students at st. pio catholic school in south philadelphia. wow. this is all for a small donation of just a penny or a nickel, kids got to vote on a winner.
>> change on any level is change and that even the smallest contribution can make a big difference. pennies from heaven is what i like to call it. >> the money will go to a local charity collecting for hurricane relief. well, a new push to fight t the opioid crisis in pennsylvania. >> the governor is making sure all first responders is prepared to save lives. cold hard cash for properties vanish. renters in this community say an always reputable online processing site is giving them the silent treatment. we'll explain next. cleaned up, by them immediately, demolished by us. >> a jersey shore hotel facing demolition. nbc 10's ted greenburg explains why atlantic city officials are fed up. i'm danny.
you're danny? i'm steve. joseph, i'm steve. how are you? nice to meet you sir. no different from everyone else. they just want a job. they want respect and they want dignity. steve called fairly frantic. you know, he had a premature baby and i think he had just been given the diagnosis that she had down syndrome. lauren brought out the best in me. she made me a different person. lauren's the spark that started the fire. the goal is keep places like this open so all people, regardless of disability, have an opportunity for employment.
street, they're millenials, they don't carry a checkbook. instead they pay their rent through the ease of websites on their phones. they're panicked right now. they don't know where their money went. the landlords say it's not their fault. the online processing site doesn't just handle local payments, they're nationwide. amanda brown isn't complaining to her landlord. she's worried about him. >> i was sitting there like, oh, okay. what do i do now if my landlord hasn't gotten the rent? >> reporter: brown along with hundreds of local college students paid their october rent through erentpayment.com. >> essentially the money was taken from our tenants and then never transferred to me. >> reporter: elizabeth qualm, who owns two dozen homes is out $8,000 this month. a handful of payments are being held up by erentpayment.com and
a processor they use. we tried to reach them both but got no answers. other than a statement saying they're filing for bankruptcy protection and $4 million is being held at bay. in new jersey renters have rights are concerned. but this issue is proving to be more cumbersome than a day of handyman repair. >> i'm not paying again. >> i don't know if i'm going to see this money. i don't know what my resource is at this point. >> reporter: while we were talking to students in this community, we did two other things. we reached out to local banks and td bank is one of them that's helping students. they're inviting customers who were affected by this to come into the local branch and fill out those dispute forms. also, a local accountant explained to me that if the
bankruptcy courts grant this as a chapter 7 bankruptcy, those moneys don't necessarily have to get paid back. i'm cydney long, nbc 10 news. the 70s making a comeback. sunny and warm, we take a live look there at the philadelphia skyline. checking conditions at the shore now. plenty of sunshine. don't you want to just sigh? >> yeah. for now we have to people watch out there. those two walking in the sand. let's talk to chief meteorologist tammie souza. perfect conditions. >> it's so lovely. we need, like a 40 inch wall with that picture up there. so we can live through it. i hope some of our viewers get to go to the beaches, if you do you may need a jacket. just as pretty. we have a pattern that is stuck over us. it's got high pressure and
warmth and winds that are very favorable this is going to be continue through the weekend before big changes, and there's always been changes, head our way on monday night. right now, 73 in philadelphia. 70 in the pennsylvania suburbs. 73 in new jersey. 7 73 in delaware. tonight it will be clear, it will be cool. we'll see 43 in allentown. 48 in philadelphia, 49 in dover. 74 in trenton and 51 for stone harbor. these numbers are a little bit lower than they were this morning with the lows. that is simply because we're dealing with winds turning out of the north and west. look at this 77 in fairmont. 76 in allentown. longport, 70, dover 73. i'll be back in a few minutes with your ten day on 10 and that's when we'll talk about the changes involving cold and rain
and stuff we don't want to talk about. shots fired at police in philadelphia early this morning. officials tell us it happened as officers tried to stop a robbery suspect. the man ran down an alley near robins avenue. no officers were hurt. >> a community in chester county is coming together after several race-related incidents this morning. students held a silent show of unity. they could be seen standing arm in arm in the school's football stadium. they gathering was in response to this, several students pose ing with pumpkins. some of the teens are from the coatesville school district. it's the second racially charged incident involving students there in the last several weeks. here's a look at the stories making headlines across our region tonight. atlantic county, police want to find philip campos. he's accused of stealing from a
convenience store in atlantic city. down south in kent county, three dogs rescued after being found severely malnourished. they're now well enough to be adopted. they were removed from the 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. in philadelphia, a case of credit card fraud has the attention of philadelphia police tonight. police say this is the suspect caught using that stolen card. they say the actual owner still has the original in his possession. authorities believe the suspect is using a cloned card. call police if you can help. providing the supplies to save lives. the governor announced first responders across the state are receiving 60,000 additional narcan kits. they're used to reverse life threatening overdoses from
opioids and heroin. first responders have reversed 3,900 overdoses. either the first in playboy magazine's 64 year history. >> how the magazine is changing the game with its new playmeat. jill scott's connection to the harvey weinstein. what she just shared about the movie mogul. remember wawa wednesdays? the nbc 10 morning team is back on the road next week. they'll visit wawa in upper derby. they're leaving the studio to get to know you better. don't miss it. nbc 10 news today weekday mornings from 4:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m.
two american astronauts completed an out of this world mission today. they walked in space to make some repairs to the international space station's robot arm. they replaced a malfunctioning camera on the robot's hand. the astronauts are counting on the robot to receive supply shipments in the coming weeks. philly native actress and singer jill scott is opening up about her experience with shamed hollywood movie mogul harvey weinstein. this morning, scott tweeted
about her first encounter with weinstein in 2009. he was producing her hbo series when she told him she was expecting her first child, scott claims weinstein allegedly replied who told you to get pregnant and rolled his eyes. the lapd now is launched a criminal investigation against weinstein after an italian actress and model claimed weinstein raped her in a hotel in 2013. these are the first allegations of sexual assault reported against him in los angeles. investigations of other alleged incidents, they're underway in new york and also in london. meanwhile, first lady melania trump took part in a tradition today. she donated her inaugural gown to the smithsonian museum. it's one of the museum's most popular attractions. >> melania trump's dress becomes the 27th in the collection. the designer who created the gown also took part in today's ceremony. >> when sitting down to discuss
my vision, i expressed a desire for modern, sleek, light unique and unexpected look. >> the traditional of donating inaugural gowns began with held hundr -- helen taft began in 1912. playboy magazine is announcing its first transgender playmate. she will accompany her upcoming spread about an interview and struggle with gender identity. her editorial will be featured in next month's edition of playboy. almost game time at the wells fargo center. the sixers taking on the celtics in their hope opener tonight. we're excited about it, john. >> yeah, hey, sixers fans have been through four years of losing and they are all watching
joel embiid warming up. you see the fans have been let in. a lot of their cell phone cameras are out watching joel. we'll hear from the sixers about a loud and proud atmosphere coming up. and weekend winner. that's what you are, that's what we all are. it's likely going to be the best weekend of the fall. we'll talk about this and the return of rain with my full forecast. new at 6:00, a fireball flies across the sky. we'll tell you where it was scene and what scientists say it was. 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.
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it, it was out with the ice and in with the hardwood. look at that, they do the key first, then they build it outside. you see all those tee shirts getting put on every seat. this is where it goes down in less than two hours, a live picture here. the sixers' home. they open it up tonight against the boston celtics. nbc sports philadelphia's john clark is live at the wells fargo center. john, the sixers are looking for their first win of the season. >> reporter: yeah, and really they're looking to contend for the first time in a while. sixers' fans have gone through four losing seasons. worst record in the nba over the last four years. you can see behind me the sixers and joel embiid are warming up on the floor. you'll see fans filing in and they can feel that this is a new era. take a look at some sixers fans in january. they got a taste of what it could be. the sixers have sold over 14,000
season tickets for this year, a franchise record. they have a waiting list. brett brown said the building tonight will be loud and proud. here are the sixers talking about being ready for this atmosphere. >> it's going to be fun. i'm excited to play in front of our fans. best fans in the league. so it's going to be a good test for us going against the celtic. >> they've been waiting all year to really see what we've been doing tonight. you know, you get a chance to see what everything's been about. >> it's going to be a fun night. it's a home opener. for me that's going to be the special part, seeing the fans and how the crowd gets hyped. it's going to be fun. >> reporter: yeah, a sold out crowd tonight. and the sixers expect to sell out every game this season. joel embiid, warming up behind me. coming up at 6:20, we'll talk about how many minutes he can
play. i'm john clark, back to you. >> john you had said 14,000 season tickets sold this season, right? >> reporter: yes. that means a lot of shirts as well. they've got welcome to the moment white shirts all over the arena. >> can't wait to see it. i'll see you out there in under an hour's time. john clark. >> reporter: you got it. let's take a look at the weather. the warm weather, it's really sticking around. check this out. the view at the shore at cape may. a beautiful sunset. you can't beat this fantastic fall weather. i want to take you to center city where temperatures are in the 70s today. >> nbc 10 chief meteorologist tammie souza turned to erin and said oh, my god it's friday. >> she did. >> it's so wonderful. the weather is perfect out there too, to compliment it. >> i've been so busy it didn't dawn on me that it's friday. tgif. it's going to be a spectacular. we're all golden, right? everybody's golden.
look at this. sunset is less than a half hour away. it's going to be beautiful wherever you are. i hope you have a chance to capture that. a really pretty night. we'll seal another sherbet skies when you have oranges and pinks. where we were today? well above normal. 74 in philadelphia. we should normally be in the mid 60s. 21 miles per hour wind gusts. no rain, we're not expecting any rain until perhaps late monday night. tuesday will be soggy and wednesday as well. this could be the best weekend of the fall. it really is going to be lovely. i don't see another one quite this warm and quite this clear for a while. it will be sunny and unseasonably warm. low humidity. there's a problem with the low humidity and the dry weather out there. we'll see an elevated fire danger. so be aware of that. we have some really dry brush around and we haven't seen much rain. we're an inch or so below average just for this month alone. next week, the rain does return. monday night, it lingers through
wednesday. after that, yeah, the chill is back. grab the jacket for the end of next week. it will be a big cooldown. the low to mid 60s which is where we should be this time of year. we're so spoiled. we've been dealing with this abnormally warm weather. everything on the radar is quiet. we have a few high thin clouds. there's a system that passed by to the north. it's turning our winds to the north and northwest and that will knock us down a couple of degrees. upper 40s, low sgifrt50s. the skies remain clear. we have a system further to the west,i the northern rockies, an it will head its way across the country. that's where the cooler air is. you can see snow in the northern rockies. we're not going to have any snow. but we'll get back to normal. we'll have a normal fall by the end of next week. when you wake up tomorrow morning you'll be looking at winds out of the north and the mid and upper 40s across the area. tomorrow, winds start to turn to the southeast.
it will be cooler along the beaches. upper 60s, maybe low 70s away from the beach. mid and upper 70s across philadelphia. sunday, pretty much the same thing. we're going to be looking for those mid 70s in philadelphia. with cooler temperatures by about five to ten degrees along the jersey shore because of those southeast winds. monday, the clouds invade. we do have the wind out of the southeast. temperatures by 11:00 in the morning up to 66. we are going to be looking at an isolated shower in the lehigh valley. 72 by 1:00 in the afternoon. still dry for the eagles game. it looks like maybe by the end of the game, 11:00, 65 degrees. we could see an isolated shower. these are very warm temperatures. 69 will be your kick off temperature. for tonight, 48 in philadelphia, 47 in the suburbs. 51 in south jersey. jersey shore, 54. delaware, 52. tomorrow, look at our sky. the forecast model, blue skies
again. 77 in philadelphia and for the pennsylvania suburbs. 76 in the lehigh valley. 70 on the jersey shore. and 76 in delaware. your ten day on ten, it is warm up to a point. then reality has to settle in. we have 74 on our sunday. 78 on monday. look at that, rain comes in late, hoping it's after the game. still that's remarkable warm. we have a shower on tuesday. that 71 will be early in the day. we fall into the 60s for the remainder of the week. guys? volunteers beware. >> experts say con artists are waiting to prey on good samaritans. next at 5:00, nbc 10 responds reporter harry hairston has the red flag you need to look out for before you sign up to help. she never let anything slow her down.
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welcome back, lester holt joins us from the nbc studios in new york. >> he has a look at what's coming up on nbc "nightly news." >> tonight, questions growing louder about how four american soldiers died in an african ambush. dramatic pictures raise concerns over laptop computers on planes. and are those really diet sodas you're drinking? beverage makers under fire. those stories and more when we see you tonight for nightly
news. back to you in philly. >> we'll see you at 6:30, thanks, lester. now to nbc 10 responds. an all new warning to anyone looking for work with hurricane relief efforts. >> as nbc 10 responds reporter harry hairston explains, con artists are trying to dupe you out of your cash and identity. >> when disaster strikes, no matter where it is, first responders and volunteers rally to help save live and rebuild communities. others go online looking for paying jobs in devastated areas. the better business bureau says that's where some con artists are waiting to take advantage of you. the bbb found schemers on websites, offering positions described as liaisons with hospital, orphanages and other charity institutions. the con artist tells you you're hired and sends you a check. then instrukts you cts you to d
it. the check and charity are fake. you're sending your money to accounts the schemers set up. that means, you will be responsible for any money withdrawn against that check. we checked with the bbb for a few tips to help protect yourself. watch out for on the spot job offers, especially offers made without an interview. don't fall for an overpayment scam. plus, no legitimate job asks employees to wire the money else where. and be cautious of any job that asks you to share personal information or hand over money. schemers will say they're running a credit check when they're attempting to steal your identity. >> such a shame, too. you know, preying on people whose hearts are in the right place. >> in the right place, who want to do the right thing. >> help out. >> they become victimized. >> wow. all right. harry hairston. if you have a consumer complaint, head to nbc10.com or give us a call. we'll respond to you. nbc 10 news at 6:00 is next.
here is jim rosenfield and jacqueline london. coming up, no one wants to look at it. >> it's an eye sore now. should be torn down. >> clean it up or tear it down. that is the ultimatum atlantic city has given a motel. we'll tell you why officials are fed up. plus. don't swing on the cop, don't -- oh! >> from locked in to locked up. one woman in jail after this fight. it started when she and another woman were locked inside a seven 11. why that happened and the one thing lawyers say was a mistake. i'm danny.
you're danny? i'm steve. joseph, i'm steve. how are you? nice to meet you sir. no different from everyone else. they just want a job. they want respect and they want dignity. steve called fairly frantic. you know, he had a premature baby and i think he had just been given the diagnosis that she had down syndrome. lauren brought out the best in me. she made me a different person.
lauren's the spark that started the fire. the goal is keep places like this open so all people, regardless of disability, have an opportunity for employment. two women locked in a store, then fists fly. we have reaction from both sides. hate has no place here. a superintendent's plea to teachers, parents and students to stop racism. and ultimatum from atlantic city. clean it up or it's coming down. the series of problems plaguing this motel. don't swing on the cop. don't -- oh! >> fallout from a fight between two women and a police officer. things went from bad to worse in this cell phone video captured outside a seven 11 store in
frankfurt. good evening, i'm jacqueline london. >> i'm jim rosenfield. before the fight the two women were locked inside the store after employees suspected them of shop lifting. >> why experts on both sides of the law say the whole incident could have been avoided. >> reporter: the view is from the outside of the seven 11 on frankfurt avenue. the women inside are suspected of shop lifting the night before. employees locked them in and called police. >> what started it is, suspected shop lifters being locked in a store, caged. it flies in the face of commonsense. i don't think what shopkeeper's privilege may exist. to come upon a situation where people are already out of their minds, risks harm to the public and to the police. >> reporter: defense attorney william brennan says the door lock, though legal was a mistake. because when police arrived -- >> don't swing on the cop! >> reporter: the officer was punched some say before he knew what he was