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cold right now, just wait until the weekend. nbc10 first alert meteorologist sheena parveen joins us now. sheena, we could miss warm weather forever. >> take the thicker winter coat out, the gloves out, tachbd hat, you're going to want it all tomorrow. temperatures are dropping off pretty quickly. allentown is down to 31 degrees, wilmington 41, and vineland has already gotten down to 37 as well as coatesville. it's also going to get windy, making it feel colder. that is the arctic air that we have been telling you about for over a week now and it's finally going to get here as you wake up in the morning. wind direction is helping to usher it in. it's mostly that west/northwest wind and tomorrow we'll have the same wind direction helping to pull the cold in and it's going to be windier and that always makes it feel colder.
tomorrow morning that arctic air gets here, the wind is here and tomorrow at 7:00 it could feel anywhere about 10 to 18 degrees. some models are cutting it could be 8 to 10 degrees, other models are suggesting maybe 15 to 20 degrees in the morning. easter way, you'll want to bundle up, cover up and this is going to last throughout the day tomorrow. coming up, i'll show you how cold your weekend will be and our next chance for rain and snow, straight ahead. we want to remind you too you can get your neighborhood forecast any time by downloading the nbc10 app. now breaking news tonight. a true american hero has died. >> former u.s. senator john glenn, the first american to orbit the earth passed away at the age of 95. >> jim rosenfield is standing by with more in the breaking news center. >> senator glenn lived an
interesting life. >> he was the third man to leaf to orbit it. the soviet unit had put a man into object in 1961. glenn served in the senate for 24 years and ran for president in 1984 and then at the age of 77, he became the oldest person ever to make the trip to the moon. glenn also flew 145 combat missions during world war ii and the korean war and he received the congressional gold medal at 2011. glenn was being treated at ohio state university the time of his death. he experienced a number of health problems in recent years, including a stroke two years ago after undergoing heart valve replacement surgery. now to a controversy involving the south jersey native who success ran donald
trump's presidential campaign. kellyanne conway will emcee the parade in hammondton where kellyanne attended high school. >> cydney, this parade is making a lot of noise, even before it starts. >> reporter: that's right. but people aring a little -- are making a little more noise on social media than they are what us. whooirl not everyone is pleased with the presidential election. people who live and work here are excited to on someone they call a smart woman and they are proud of the christmas parade. >> reporter: when you mention the name kellyanne in hammonton. there's nothing but praise and gratitude. >> she's had exceptionals in her
life. >> reporter: conway, a 19894 graduate who spent summers picking homegrown bloouueberrie here. we asked but didn't find anyone that was upset that trump's eight hand girl will be handed the keys to hammonton some people have said they plan to protest. >> i fully understand that are upset. i want people to understand that it's kids, santa and rides on a fire truck. >> reporter: worries that people will boycott shopping in the town's newly revised and bursting shopping district all because kellyanne is coming home to her roots. >> she's a local person, i think we should embrace her. >> it's the most wonderful time of the year. >> reporter: kelly brown who just opened a taste for yourself
oil and vinegar shop. she hopes that kellyanne's visit will be a positive, not a negative. >> it's not a time to fooirgt against each other or being negative so. they should come out. >> reporter: now conway who is a mother of four herself, we're told graciously accepted the invite to be part of the parade together with her own family. i also spoke to the police chief bobby jones who tells me that he h has -- conservation groups are criticizing donald trump's pick to run the environmental protection agency. the president-elect announced yesterday he's tapped retired
general -- mr. trump says pruitt will restore the epa's central mission of keeping our air and our water clean and safe while ending the agency's, quote, out of control anti-energy agenda. the sierra club says his appointment is putting an arsonist in charge of fightings. a short time ago president-elect trump arrived in cleveland, ohio where he will meet with victims of last week's shooting at ohio state. police eventually shot that student to death. work is well under way on the platform where mr. trump will be sworn in as the nation's 45th president on january 20th. the media had a chance today to get a look at the progress of construction on the stage, which is rising on the west front lawn of the capital. once it is finished, the platform will hold about 1,600
people, including former presidents, vice presidents, supreme court justices and members of congress. president-elect trump and vice president-elect pence will bring their thank you tour to the ke stone state next week. a week from today they will hold a rally. a candle light vigil honoring williams will be held at the leesberg -- funeral arrangements for trooper williams will be announced tomorrow. williams died when an erratic driver jumped the median and hit his cruiser head on. the law is meant to crack down on predatory towing in the city. but some of the city's biggest
towing companies think it unfairly targets them and will hurt business. andrea klein-thomas, walk us through what this new law entails. >> reporter: we're going to use this sign as an example. it says press only. but under the new law, tow truck drivers wouldn't be able to toe away this car, they would have to call law enforcement to issue them a ticket and their say that will cost them time which will cost them money. drivers say the actions of a few rogue towers shouldn't result in industry wide regulation. >> then they need to step. if somebody's overcharging or doing else, you take their license. >> i humbly come to you to offer an apology on behalf of the philadelphia department of dive ways and parking lot. >> there is grand auto theft
happening in the city every day. >> reporter: to make matters worse, drivers are forced to pay hundreds of dollars to get their cars returned. but a new bill would require a law enforcement to- >> if your car is being towed without a ticket, you have the ability to call the company and we mr. go after the company and they have to give you your car back. >> there are will be a 30-day delay before the laws goes into effect. >> the negative few should not put into bankruptcy the legitimate many. >> reporter: the details have yet to be determined as all sides have to heat to discuss how this law will be implemented. and the first of those meetings will be scheduled for next tuesday. we're going to tell you all the details they still have to hash out. for now reporting live, andrea
klein-thomas, nbc10 news. philadelphia employers won't be able to ask how much you made at your last job. it will help cut down on pay discrimination against women. women make 79 cents for every dollar a man makes. a convicted child predator has been on the run for more than a decade is behind bars tonight. jerald zalewski skipped town after he was accused of having sex with a 1-year-old girl. he had been traced to england after he was convicted of a similar crime there. yesterday, british officials sentenced him to 12 years behind bars. steele says once zalewski
finishes his sentence, he should be extradited here. in delaware, the biopharmaceutical company announced "today" it is cutting 120 jobs in the state. the cuts are among about 700 jobs in all. but the company is eliminating nationwide. astrazenica will keep irtsz plant in camden county. the wall street rain rolls on. the stock market still soaring to records so why is it happening and how can an investor like you and me take advantage? and get ready for the cold, we have been telling you about
it, it's coming, tomorrow morning could feel like the teens through the entire area. i'll show you how cold it will stay through the afternoon and your weekend forecast coming up. and the story that made us all here cringe. a holiday shopping surprise. what a woman ended up with when she stuck her hand in a winter glove. those stories and much more ahead at 5:00.
with his army shirt looking all nice. and then people just say, "thank you for serving our country" and i'm like, that's my dad. male vo: no one deserves a warmer welcome home. that's why we're hiring 10,000 members of the military community by the end of 2017. i'm very proud of him. male vo: comcast.
. we may be bracing for some arctic air here, but look what they're dealing with in casper, wyoming. the temperature is minus 10 degrees. >> that guy didn't even have his ears covered. meanwhile, what must they think of us, we're at 40 degrees, breaking out those winter jackets. sheena, it's going to feel like the teens tomorrow? >> it's balmy outside right now, temperatures are in the 40s right now, but it feels like it's in the 30s. live look at center city, we had the clouds around earlier, so now we're seeing clear skies,
clear skies also help the temperatures to drop. right now we're at 43 degrees in philadelphia. by 7:00 p.m., dropping to 39 by 10:00 p.m., dropping to 35. and it's going to be breezy still too. so the feels like temperature when you factor in the wind at 10:00 p.m., it's already going to be feeling like the mid 20s, you can bet it will feel even colder when you walk outside tomorrow morning. so the rest of the area, 38 degrees in allentown, 40 in trenton, if you're in vooiinela you've dropped into to 37 now. take a look at what's coming our way, it's just back off to our west, right on our doorstep. this is the arctic air, this is the drop down from canada. the dakotas are seeing single digit temperatures. and then you notice some lake-effect snow up to our northwest. we could see some of those lake
snow showers move in. the cold is on its way, the arctic cold, as we go through the next several days, but coming up, we'll take a closer look at the forecast. new developments now, in the trial of charleston church shooting suspect dylan root. roof belongsbelongs -- the judg the temperature was not a statement on what roof's sentence should be. >> roof is charged with killing nine black members at the church in an alleged tempt to start a race war. the man hunt for an accused cop kill never georgia is over. police say the suspect killed himself when police arrived at home where he was hiding.
two officers responded to a domestic violence call at an apartment complex yesterday where shots were fired. in oakland, federal investigators will look into whether an electrical system played a role in the deadly fire that killed 36 people. the fire broke out last week during a dance party in a converted warehouse. the so-called ghost ship had become an artist's colony. inspectors only enter a building when the owner seeks a construction permit or officials receive a complaint. it was a life changing purchase. now one custodian is an instant millionaire. but it's what he's doing next that may surprise you, story straight ahead o
markell delivered the welcoming remarks at senator tom harkins international disability employment summit. the event brought together leaders, educators and government officials from around the world. the idea is to increase employment opportunities for people with disabilities. >> the bottom line is it just doesn't seem to me we can thrive as a country if we leave so many people on the fringes looking in. we got to do whatever we can to get them employed. >> markell made the initiative the focus of the year long chair of the national governor's association. the animal care and control team is joining forces with next door.com. the website is a private social network for specific neighborhoods will now post information about lost or missing dogs.
>> we're hoping to be able to communicate effectively with our community about where they can find their pets and next door is a perfect solution because it allows us to target specific areas. >> animal control official also also use this site to share animal friendly resources along with animal healthy tips and reminders. a scratchoff ticket has suddenly turned him into a multimillionaire. dave martinez has worked as a custodian in an elementary school. martinez bought the 2 million dwlrz winning ticket from a local gas station the day after the election. >> i was scratching off on the dining table, and i thought it was just 100,000 at first, and then i looked at it again, and it said 100,000 times 20. and it was mind-boggling. martinez says he plans to visit hawaii, take in a nascar race in
daytona and begin some home improvements projects, but he says he has plno plans to quit s job. you better bundle up out there, an arctic blast is heading our way. >> we are tracking some of the coldest weather we have seen this season. >> that's right, make sure you have the fingers covered and you want to cover your ears, we have cold air moving in tomorrow morning. coming up i'll tell you how cold the wind is going to make it feel. tvrjs deadly accident that ended up being broadcast live on the web. those stories ahead on nbc10 news at 5:00.
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stocking up as the temperatures go down. essential items as we brace for an arctic blast. check out a chilly boathouse row. as cold as it may feel, temperatures are only about to tumble. our first real taste of winter is on the way. >> lake-effect snow has blanketed this region and we won't see anything like this, this snowfall is the result of this same system that going to bring us a big blast of arctic air, you better have the heavy coats ready, the gloves and the
hat are not a bad idea either. >> nbc10 first alert meteorologist sheena parveen join us now, it's just a matter of time sheena. >> when the sun starts going down, the temperature s tend to drop quickly. 37 in coatesville, but we will be much colder than this as you wake up tomorrow morning. it's 43 in philadelphia, 41 in trenton. that arctic air is just on our doorstep. so you see all this cold airway up to our northwest and lake-effect snow showers up into parts of new york. tomorrow it's going to be a windy day. there's a chance that some of those lake-effect snow showers could get blown into the area because of how strong the winds will be. we don't expect ice issues across the area, but with the winds, you can expect to feel colder and areas north and west
like the lehigh valley, the poconos, pennsylvania suburbs could see some snowflakes too. right now wins are 10 to 15 miles an hour sustained. so it is making it feel like the 30s across the area, but the arctic air will continue to set in overnight torrent. here's friday, it makes its way into the area more, and then its around saturday, it's even around for sunday. so the entire weekend is going to be cold. we expect highs only in upper 3n you factor in the wind, it's going to feel colder. temperatures could be feeling anywhere from about 15 to 18 degrees across the area by 7:00 a.m. there are some models that are suggesting that it could even fie feel colder than this. temperature also start to feel just a little bit warmer, we're talking about the 20s, so yes it's going to be cold all day
tomorrow. we have a 46 for the high temperature, it feels like 38 degrees when you factor in the winds. tomorrow the high is going to be 39, but feels like 20 degrees. we're going to keep the cold air around the for the weekend, and for part of the weekend, we could even see some rain and snow coming in. well the shelves are stocked, the hardware stores are put out the snow blowers. >> delaware bureau reporter tim furlong has the story. >> not these, again, yep, shake those hand warmers up now, you're going to need them over the next few days, it's going to be cold. all his profits go to charity, so he likes being outside helping all the festive families. >> it's fun to come here and see
all the people come get their christmas trees, and the joy on their faces kind of makes the cold worth it. >> a couple of years ago during the i-95 bridge shut down, his detour to work took him past homeless folks, that made him decide that once a year he would come hold a cookout for them. these folks know what it's like to be on the street in the cold temperatures. >> when it gets cold, the salvation army will let you in, other than that, you could freeze to death. >> i want the word to get out, it's everybody would do just a little bit, it's just going to be a better place to live. >> in wilmington, tim furlong, nbc10 news. >> and we want to remind your you can get your neighborhood forecast any time by downloading the free nbc10 app. your headlines now, fallen new jersey state trooper frankie williams will be remembered tonight at a candle light vijs jill in cumberland county.
williams died when a car crossed the median and hit his cruiser head on along route 55 on monday night. the biopharmaceutical company astrazeneca announced it will cut 120 jobs in delaware. the company is eliminating 700 jobs nationwide. the company says this is the result of lower u.s. revenues expected next year. and the philadelphia city council is cracking down on predatory tow truck companies. under a new law passed today, the law enforcement agency would have to issue tickets before any car is towed. it comes after mounting complaints came into city hall about cars being illy towed. tow truck drivers lined city hall in protest today. they say the actions of a few should not force regulations for
the entire industry. police think a facebook live stream caused a -- monroe county state police said 18-year-old brook hughes and 19-year-old shania toomey. they were live streaming on facebook when they were rear end ended by a tractor trailer. the car then burst into flames and kill both teens. a live look at the ben franklin baton rouridge, which see a toll increase next year. the drpa thinks more people will cross the ben franklin, walt whitman and betsy ross bridges next year. it also predicts more people will ride patco. wall street is soaring to new records at the closing bell
for the second stay in a row. a market rally after the election of president-elect trump is continuing. the dow jones briefly rose more than 100 points today before it closed up by 65 points. it's prompting many people to ask, why exactly is the market going up? >> and for that, financial expert rob wilson joins us live. rob, thank you for joining us. first off, tell us what's causing this? >> let's just say that it looks like all the stars have aligned for the stock market. first of all, we know who's going to be the president. but we also know that the president has his party in control of the house and the senate. that makes it much more likely that the things he wants to do are going to get done. me wants to spend more on roads and bridges, he wants to lower taxes, those are things that the stock market absolutely loves. but we also have the fact that we're at the end of the year and when things start going well like this, no one wants to sell
because they would much rather push that tax bill into the next year. so if you at up all of those things, that gets you the market at new all-time highs. >> everyone's buying and everyone's holding. what does it mean for the average investor? what should we do? >> just because you win a few games in a row, that doesn't mean that you all of a sudden stop going to practice. i think the market is going to do well from here, but that doesn't mean you can just stop, you still have to do your research, you still have to talk to your advisor and you have to get ready for the inevitable pull back that's going to happen. if you stay disciplined, you don't get too down on yourself when things go down and you don't start thinking that you're a genius when things go well. keep your discipline ais good advice over time. not even once. >> that is the name of a brand-new program in new jersey aimed at helping keep kids
getting hooked on heroin and other opioids. police officers whose families have been touched by the he epidemic and even a graduate of their school. the name not even once kwacame m people who had been arrested. >> everybody we talked to who's been affected by this drug say that they wish they had never even tried it once. >> the state logged almost 1,600 drug overdose deaths last year. it's nearly a 22% increase from 2014. in philadelphia, a local school will now be able to help young folks learn how to play the pooh. fox chase school made a new
keyboard lab. he studied at philadelphia's institute. >> they're so excited for this opportunity. they have been working together a lot as student coaches, so they really help each other and it changes the whole culture of our classrooms. >> the new lab also includes new headsets and music books. why diet soda could be preventing you from losing weight. plus the holiday season's much have toy and one major retailer's newly announced plans next.
metabolic syndrome. it's unclear if aspertame would have the same effect in people. michael jordan is now being introduced as his new name. a sports company based in southern china trademarked jordan's name in mandarin and was selling shoes and sportswear under that trade mark. today china's supreme court ruled favor. the world authority on endange endangered species says that the giraffe population has developed by as much as 40% in the past three decades. there are now less than 100,000 in the world. the giraffe is the world's
tallest land mammal. >> if uover trying to bile a matchimal, but they will go fast. so be sure to check your local store to find out exactly when the shipment will arrive. hatchimals are interactive toys that hatch from a plastic egg. if you like doughnuts, you like burgers, if you're like me, you may want to take a trip to israel this holiday season. burger king in the holy land will reportedly be selling a burger that looks like what's on your screen. it will be using a doughnut for the bun and jelly instead of ketchup. the owner, an israeli says combining the two foods was
responded to questions about the team's heart, danny. >> and if the eagles can perform with as much heart as you did in "hair sprai live." coming into question. a block here on this carson wednesday run. he knew wentz was headed out of bounce and always giving max some effort. reilly mccloud can make it. mccloud also defended his efforts yesterday. his job is to prevent an outside run. on this particular play, mcleod spoke about his safety. malcolm general kins.
>> even this week, no single player has been called out for not playing hard. i personally don't know if therethere e there's know if there's anybody to hold accountable. >> hear more from poh malcolm jenkins. mike quick also examined carson also went to struggles. game day kickoff sunday at 9:30. flyers look to make it 7 straight wins. we'll set the scene for now, i'my pommells, csn. >> all right, a veteran and his service dog are enjoying viral attention as they work side by side as a texas lowe's store. >> trey lucy brings his dog charlotte to work every day. the dog even has her own uniform. lucy's knee issues kept him fro times, charlotte has been by his side for ten years.
she loves hanging with the lowe's customers, but her number one job is helping lucy sget through each day. >> she alerts me before i have any clue anything's going on. so that's what's so good, so i don't have the issues. >> lowe's says it has service dogs who work with employees all throughout the company. >> the dog's going to also see a ton of people in that store, no question, all over this area. the temperatures are going to feel like the teens outside. >> it's going to feel as warm as the 20s, so, yeah, it's going to believe a cold day tomorrow, a live look outside right now, center city, nice, clear, drier, picture. and it's going to stay that way. and it's going to be windy, so keep that in mind.
many of our suburbs in pennsylvania and the lehigh valley have already dropped into the upper 30s. 37 degrees through many of our south jersey neighbors. rittenhouse 42 degrees right now, if you're at fox chase, you're at 41. summerton has already dropped to 39 degrees. but those numbers will be even lower tomorrow morning. they'll be dropping as we go overnight tonight. take a look north and west of us. with the strong northwest wind tomorrow, some of these lake-effect snow showers could blow into parts of those areas. the poconos, lehigh valley, you'll have a better chance than the rest of the area. this is the cold air we're talking about, it dropped down from canada and it's moving into the area and it will be here through tomorrow and through the weekend too. there's the arctic air mass, now you can see it a little better, and it will be moving into our area for friday, saturday and even sunday, finally moving back
a little bit on monday, but take a look at next week, it drops back down into our area by about wednesday and thursday. and then look at how much more of that keeps spilling down next week. and so next weekend, we're talking about more cold coming in. and that just shows you that the cold weather pattern has begun, and it could be sticking around for a little while. temperatures for tomorrow. high temperatures, 39, if you're in fair mount, 39 chestnut hill. keep in mind, with the wind, it's going to feel a lot colder. swanksville 39 degrees. could see lake-effect snow shower through the lehigh valley, easton and allentown possibly. right around 37 for a high temperature. robbinsvil villville 45 degrees harbor city 47. here's future weather, we stay dry for tonight, tomorrow, blustery, and you see the
lake-effect snow showers trying to make their way in. then we go into saturday, we're going to be dry on saturday, but it's going to be cold, highs still in the upper 30s. next weather system approaches on sunday, i think most of this will be here sunday night and we could see that in the form of some rain and snow to start off, and it could be rain as we go into monday. here's your weekend forecast for saturday, upper 30s and dry. sunday we'll see rain-snow mix, starting to move into parts of the area as we go later into the day sunday, overnight and possibly lingering into monday. at that point it would be changing over to rain through the day. monday temperatures will be right around 47 degrees after a cold weekend. and then we'll be looking at our next shot of cold air again. we could see another weather system approaching wednesday and thursday, that could give us of rain and snow, but temperatures once again will be dropping. right now to breaking news, sky force 10 over the scene in delaware county. you can see crews are looking at a crash involving a u.s. postal
vehicle. this is happening on east springfield road, at west avenue. you see the side of that truck pretty damaged there. y one person isser hurt and that intersection is shut down. the henderson county police department is expanding its efforts to teach kids about the importance of reading. >> the department is adding four more schools to its book mates program. this that program has police officers and members of the mayor's congress read one-on-one to kindergartners in camden each week. the program is intended to give positive interaction between police and the community. >> i current think of a better way than coming into the classroom, meeting all the great young children of camden, helping them learn to read and forming a partnership at a very
early age. >> erin, did you know that today is brownie day? >> in delaware, one restaurant chain is selling -- the delaware based iron hill brewery restaurants are doning a portion of the profits from their triple chocolate hill brownie sunday. look at that to the fight against childhood cancer. last year they presented a big check of $22,000 to the cure search organization. >> everybody likes brownies, everybody likes ice cream, so it's a great dessert, it's our signature dessert, but we're really proud to be involved with cure search. >> they will donate 20 cents for each brownie ordered. they will double that amount if you order it today. the restaurant has raised almost
a long island woman bought a pair of gloves and stumbled on a mystery. >> reporter: the old adage says finders keepers. >> i wanted to be able to give them the ring back. i assume it means a lot to them. >> reporter: she found the rirng on sunday, the ring was stuffed in a pair of men's gloves sarah bought for a family member, her dad discovered it while trying on the gloves. >> i was thinking, oh, my god, i stole something, and that's not what happened. >> the ring didn't come from the store, sarah says it's old. she posted her story on facebook and since then it's been shared more than 2,000 times by people applauding what the 23-year-old is doing. >> i think it's wonderful. i think that's the right thing to do.
>> she wouldn't want it to ham to her also and it will give her the holiday spirit. >> i'm holding on to it for you, so when i find you, you know, it's yours, i'll give it right back. >> that was a good samaritan right there. >> i love that. >> nbc10 news at 6:00 is next. >> and get ready for the bitter cold blast. >> we are tracking temperatures that could be a shock to your system. sheena? >> tomorrow's going to be much colder and windier, and that's going to make things feel even colder. coming up, i'll tell you how long it will last and our chance for rain and snow. the new technology that has criminals running to turn themselves in. >> also ahead. ♪ >> hometown artists hitting all the right notes.
rules in pennsylvania 8. in chester county, we found people stocking up on supplies as an arctic blast approaches. >> it felt relatively comfortable i don't recall toto in the air. temperatures are dropping. >> this was the scene a few hours ago in spring garden, we're going to show it to you here, not the attire you want to wear when those low temperatures move in. we're sure she'll bundle up later tonight. >> the cold last could leave you feeling the blues, nbc10 in center city where we found this street performer. he'll need heavia heavier coat y in a few