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they're on their marks, ready to run 26.2 miles around the city of brotherly love. we are live on this bitter cold morning right at the starting line here of the philadelphia marathon. take a look, this is what it feels like right now. the temperatures took a plunge overnight. this morning you better dig out the hat and gloves from the closet. you will need them from the week ahead. the eagles don't have to worry about frigid weather today. it's the noise they're concerned with. we'll explain when we preview today's match-up. >> nbc 10 news starts now. >> good morning, welcome back to "nbc 10 news today," i'm rosemary connors. thanks for being with us. it's 7:00 on this sunday. cold weather for the marathon runners. they just started literally at 7:00 on the dot. these are the elite runners
kicking off the race. a live look at the starting line on the ben franklin parkway. it could be worse, though. it's cold. but at least it's not snoeg. there's no sleet out there this morning. that's what some neighbors across the region saw last night. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking all these changes for us. krystal? >> yeah, and thank goodness. we saw the timing change of it. earlier on in the week, models were trying to push this out this morning then it started to look like it would happen overnight. we adjusted the forecast and it was on point with timing. we saw the showers, the rain/snow mix move through and as expected it turned to snow further north parts of our viewing area. now, it's all about the temperatures out there. because, it is cold. so we just saw this map a second ago. here's the closer look at what it feels like outside because of the high winds, and the cold air in place behind that front that passed us overnight. 14 is what it feels like in mount pocono where they did see snow throughout the night. 26 in pottstown and 30 for philadelphia. millville at 29 and the same for
atlantic city. on top of that, while some areas are actually seeing clouds break apart including philadelphia, looking at the next round of thicker cloud coverage and isolated snow showers tracking just to the north of us. that's something we'll be watching as we move through today. we're going to track those wind speeds and how that affects the forecast coming up in just a few moments. certainly the spectators who are lining the ben franklin parkway this morning to watch the philadelphia marathon are bundled up and they should be. nbc 10's deanna durante live just by the starting line dressed for the weather. >> i am. but the runners are not. they are dressed for 26.5 miles through the city. take a look. the elite runners have already begun the race. and now we are getting ready for thousands of runners from across the country who are here in philadelphia, ready to run through this city. of course we're in center city right now. but this race will go through
old city into manayunk where the finish line will bring them back into center city by the art museum. we're told that more than 20,000 runners between yesterday, the half marathon, and today are signed up for this race. we talked to a number of runners who say they trand for it all year in the summer, in the rain, and there was no way they were going to miss the race today. even though it is a little colder than they anticipated, and a lot winder than they would prefer. their back this morning. but again, runners have already taken their mark, two hours for this race. so we'll start seeing people cross the finish line sometime that's the very latest reporting live in center city. >> thanks deanna. right now on the nbc 10 app we've got more information about road closures related to the philadelphia marathon. you saw deanna on the ben franklin parkway. as you can imagine, the area right around the art museum, that's shut down to drivers. also on our app we have
inspirational stories about some of the runners who are participating in this year's marathon. in other news we're getting a closer look at the details in the case against an accused repeat describer stalker in bucks county. shane holderer had been on probation for a 2013 guilty plea for stalking and harassing a teenage girl. bucks county prosecutors say the 55-year-old buckingham township man is at it again, using multiple accounts to post thousands of messages. investigators say some were sexual in nature. the messages mentioned the desire to be with a teenager and included personal details. police took control of the teen's accounts, and set up what holderer thought would be a meeting at a coffee shop. instead an officer showed up and arrested him. holderer pleaded guilty as i mentioned in 2013 to similar charges. a follow-up to a story you saw all over your social media feeds yesterday. just moments ago president-elect donald trump tweeted again,
demanding an apology for his vice president mike pence. we'll show you that in just a moment. first this is what everybody is talking about. >> sir, we are a diverse americans who are alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us. >> the cast of the broadway hit show hamilton spoke directly to vice president-elect mike pence who was in the audience on friday. mr. trump tweeted about it twice yesterday and now a twitter hashtag is calling for a boycott off the broadway musical. the play "hamilton" is extremely popular. it's sold out until next september. here's the new tweet from president-elect donald trump. mr. trump writes the cast and producers of "hamilton wths which i hear is highly overrated should immediately apologize to mike pence for their terrible behavior. hundreds are spreading a message of peace this weekend following an incident involving south philadelphia park.
people used chalk to draw messages of love and peace on the sidewalks at gold star park near wharton street. last wednesday someone spray painted a swastika on the side of the building at the park. the spot where it found has been replaced with a painting of a heart. defend the delaware river yesterday as hundreds protested against president-elect trump's environmental agenda. they marched on the calhoun street bridge. organizers say mr. trump's proposed cutbacks could lead to fracking and jeopardize the river's beauty and health. they're demanding a permanent ban on fracking near the river. >> sixes minutes past 7:00 on this sunday. coming up on nbc 10 you may want to check your fridge because a popular snack is now being recalled. we'll have those details in just a moment. plus, new rules this year at thanksgiving. no politics. we'll show you how families are preparing for main discourse.
now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> welcome back. we're taking a live look outside philadelphia right now. what we're looking at is a camera shot showing off the winds picking up the flag. a second ago it was completely up. now it seems to have taken a little dip here. what we're looking at is winds are from time to time really hitting the area. this is the entire region that we're looking at these strong winds that are moving throughout. again, it's not a consistent strong wind but these high gusts that we're noticing. overall, though, some windyness
in the forecast throughout the entire day. 20 to 30-mile-per-hour winds. gusts 40 to 50 miles per hour by this afternoon. as a result, temperatures feel a lot cooler than they actually are. this morning, some of us should feel like we're in about the mid, upper 20s through the morning hours. by the afternoon, temperatures will make their way into the mid 40s. but look at your feels-like temperatures. the mid 30s. that's again because of how high these winds are. when you have high windist going to affect what it feels like outside on your skin. it's not going to really be able for you to fully feel the temperature outside. what we're looking at are temperatures feeling like they're in the mid 30s and by tonight dropping down yet again to feels like in the 20s. this continues into monday. details on your extended forecast coming up in just a few minutes. our first taste of winter is here. falling snow made for a very pretty picture last night at peddler's village in bucks county. other neighborhoods across the
region also received a light dusting. if you were out and about you could feel the wind whipping. and if you were inside you could possibly hear it. strong gusts knocked down trees and power lines. fortunately most of those outages are back online. we are staying on top of the changes to our weather. use the nbc 10 app to check out our interactive radar and you can see what the temperature is in your neighborhood before you head out the door. again that's all on the free nbc 10 app. eleven minutes past 7:00 right now on this sunday. coming up, comparing eagles qb carson wentz to his mom? >> kind of like when you're in a crowd of people and your mom says your name. >> we'll show you what the eagles are doing to prepare for today's game. plus giving thanks for a second chance at life. we'll show you how philadelphia families are coming together to celebrate life in the wake of tragedy.
the seahawks man, their fans, will be an added enemy for the eagles today in seattle. the seattle crowd is among the loudest in the nfl. but the birds prepared for the extra noise pumping in loud music. we're going to have more on that coming up in sports. of course, nbc 10 is your official eagles station. join us for on hour of eagles coverage at 9:30 this morning with "eagles gameday kickoff." we'll also have highlights from the game on eagles "gameday final." that airs tonight right after nbc 10 news at 11:00. we have a quick recall to let you know about this morning.
sabra's dipping company is voluntarily recalling some hummus products and spreads because of possible listeria contamination. the products were made before november 8th at a plant where inspectors found the bacteria. if you have a product with a best before date that runs through january 23rd of 2017, they're advising that you get rid of it. listeria can cause serious and sometimes deadly infections in the young, the ed remember i, and others with weakened immune systems. america's top dog will be named today. nbc 10 was at the greater philadelphia expo center in oaks yesterday for the first day of judging. more events will happen later today with the best in show awarded this afternoon. the dog show is hosted by the national kennel club of philadelphia. it dates back to 1879. make nbc 10 part of your thanksgiving tradition by watching the dog show at noon right here on nbc 10. >> let's talk about weather. america's most advanced weather satellite is now in orbit.
nasa launched a satellite from cape canaveral last night as part of an $11 billion program to update severe weather forecasting and to save lives. nasa says the new satellite will send back more data in its first six months of operation than all of the u.s. satellites ever sent into space. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. and of course we are in first alert mode here at nbc 10 because we've had such a dramatic shift in the weather. talk about what is different 24 hours? >> huge difference. we knew it was going to happen. saturday would be warmer than average and then today way below average. high of 72 yesterday. so if you stepped out say later in the day, maybe did something indoors, went to a movie, a sporting event and then you stepped out once the colder air moved in, oh, what a difference it was. and our own glen noticed the difference.
at the sixers game, 62 when i went in, 35 chill to 20 when i leave. wow. yeah, wow is the description right of what we felt stepping out the door. if you have maybe some photos of snow that you saw, then you can tweet us @krystal klei. we're looking at conditions very cool today as a result of the changes we started to see move in last night. so take a look at where we are right now. theses are actual current temperatures that we're looking at over parts of the skwushs. these areas did see some snow and rain/snow mix last night. we called for this. we said it would be the suburbs through the lehigh valley, berks county that would see the rain-slow mix. then more of a sleeting to rain situation further south. temperatures in the mid 30s this morning. that doesn't sound too bad. ed winds are very high which
makes it feel very colder. right now, i think a shout out to west town township. last night someone sent in a picture of snow on the ground and said, it was warm earlier. it was warm earlier in the day yesterday. no longer the case. mid 30s spread across the map, bedminster at 36. milford township at 34 degrees. again it feels even cooler. and it's all because of these wind gusts. future wind forecast into the afternoon, gusts 40 to 50 miles per hour possible. meaning that even this afternoon it's going to feel way colder than it actually is. if you want a peek at the temperatures in the forecast, the bottom of your screen for those neighborhood seven-day forecasts. overnight chilly again into monday morning. feeling like we will be much cooler than we truly are, because, look at those wind gusts around 30 to 40 miles per hour. through your monday. windy conditions aren't just going to stop later today or even early monday. they just keep going. we're still looking at gusts around 30 to 35 miles per hour even into your monday evening.
so high winds are certainly something we'll be tracking in the forecast. radar and satellite, the wide view here, pretty big system that we have our eye on. we're kind of the little dry spot versus most of the surrounding territory. if we do miss we can notice this wedge of clearing skies. some sun is peeking through. but also now on our radar we are picking up some very light snow, maybe making it to the ground in the northernmost part of our viewing zone. this is going to continue through the morning and early afternoon. isolated spot snow showers are possible but this will be very spotty, short-lived and likely not stick to any surfaces. here's your neighborhood forecast. temperatures in the mid 40s out there with cloudy conditions, lansdale at 44. allentown at 43 degrees. and we will continue with those mid 40s right across the map. the shore just a little bit warmer, with some sunshine again peeking out. let's talk ten-day forecast. as we go along, the forecast doesn't get much better. 45, the high for today.
46 monday. and 47 tuesday. by tuesday we're sunny but winds are going to still be strong. sunday, monday, and breezy to windy conditions tuesday. then a little warm-up here. we make it to the 50s, wednesday into your thursday. thanksgiving, forecasting the high temperature, 54 degrees but also looking at some showers in the forecast for your thanksgiving. this morning children with special needs and their families can visit with caring san today. there will be no lines, no music and plenty of fun for the kids. caring santa will be at the king of prussia mall and the ox forward mall in bucks county today. three families united by tragedy are coming together to give thanks. this weekend transplant recipients met with the family of the man who gave them a second chance. the families gathered for a thanksgiving meal at the gift of life family house in philadelphia. among them the family of 20-year-old ethan moyer, who
organ transplant from him. and they tell us they're grateful for that second chance at life. >> i'm extremely grateful, obviously, to ethan. he and i communicate every morning. i have his picture in my kitchen. obviously i'm very happy to be here. >> ethan moyer continues to live on in five other people who also received organ donations from him. coming up, pass the gravy, but please leave the politics. >> we put a sign up with a no, and no politics today. >> after an election season that's probably divided plenty of families, an expert has a recipe for how to avoid disaster at the dinner table this thanksgiving.
away. we're all looking forward to it. the hole days can call for some self-restraint. especially when you're dealing with retifs that you don't see very often. this year with the country still processing the election, many are preparing for a whole new level of tension at the dinner table. nbc's kevin tibbles takes a look at how to cope. >> reporter: surrounded by loved ones at thanksgiving. oops. >> if i had to make america -- i wouldn't keep it on but i'd wear it in. >> standing around saying, why hasn't anybody offered me a drink yet? >> yeah. what do i have to do to get a drink? >> take your hat off. >> take your hat off >> 2 >> reporter: meet the family of kansas city, son and host mike on thursday, they'll be joined by 30 other equally opinionated which calls for new rules around the table. >> we put a sign up with a no, and no politics today.
>> reporter: following an intense, and divisive, election, passing the politics with the gravy just won't do. it used to be a battle between potatoes and stove top stuffing at turkey time. not this year. >> talk about other things, like the brad and angelina divorce. >> yes, we should keep calm and carve the turkey. >> reporter: psychologist mark reinike's recipe for avoiding a dinner disaster. >> recognize that these sort of battles are not winnable. so don't engage. >> reporter: he says you should shift the discussion, ask for the cranberry sauce, and nod knowingly. otherwise you might end up like the cast in home for the holidays. >> into the house. everyone. before we're on the evening news. >> reporter: there's one in every family, and you know who you are. >> reporter: remember, freedom of speech is a good thing. >> we're thankful that we are in a country that we can have differences and view them and
not be persecuted for them. >> reporter: and that's what it's all about. oh. and this, too. kevin tibbles, nbc news, chicago. we're just about half an hour into the philadelphia marathon, and it's a cold one this year. nbc 10's deanna durante is live along the ben franklin parkway in center city all bundled up herself. hey, deanna. >> good morning, rosemary. the sun is helping a little bit. you can see runners are still taking the starting line in waves here. we are in a break here but we're going to bring it back live to the marathon in just a little bit. >> and the good news for runners is the winds aren't too strong quite yet. but they'll be picking up coming from the west. and that cold air mass is in place. we'll talk afternoon conditions, and the warm-up in the extended forecast in just a few minutes.
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thousands of runners are testing their endurance this morning running the philadelphia marathon in frigid conditions. a shock to the system following the beautiful weather yesterday. we're live at the finish line. the wind isn't helping this morning. the feels-like map says it all. yesterday we hit 72 degrees. as you can see in some spots, feels like it's in the 20s. also ahead this morning, an emotional plea from a mother in philadelphia grieving the loss of her child. we'll get the latest on the investigation into a hit and run that killed that little girl. nbc 10 news starts now. good morning, this is "nbc 10 news today." thanks for being with us. i'm rosemary connors. it's 7:30 on this sunday. remember how nice it was yesterday? sunny, warm. even saw some people wearing shorts. didn't blame them. it was gorgeous out. but just like krystal told us it would be, the wind picked up in the evening.
some neighborhoods saw rain. some saw a little bit of snow. temperatures plunged. we've issued a first alert to warn you about the major changes you're going to be seeing today. first alert meteorologist krystal klei has the details for us. krystal? >> and rosemary, we warned of this in advance but maybe if you haven't seen the advice yet the first alert is in effect. this is a big one. a big change yesterday to today. and it's for all neighborhoods that are going to feel the change through all of your sunday. this is one of the situations where it's cold in the morning and you take off the lars because it's a nice afternoon. it will be cold all day long. we're looking at afternoon winds gusting 40 to 50 miles per hour. and as a result, temperatures feeling like they only rise to about the mid 30s. we'll actually see high temperatures bump into the 40s but it's going to feel a lot different. here's a look at the temperatures right now. so again, currently they don't look bad. 39 degrees in philadelphia.
the same for trenton. 38 in vineland, dover, mount pocono even. just at 27 degrees. and 38 for atlantic city. those are the actual temperatures. but what we're looking at on the feels-like map are most temperatures feeling like they're in the mid to upper 20s for low 30s. trenton at 31. dover at 30. 29 vineland. and the same for atlantic city. so it feels a lot colder than it actually is outside. and unfortunately we're talking a repeat over the next several days. so coming up in a few minutes we'll detail your afternoon sunday and your work week. >> all right, thanks krystal. make sure you have the nbc 10 app to get your neighborhood forecast are you can do that using our interactive radar. when you are on the app, now is the time to sign up to get school closings. you saw a little bit of snow yesterday in some neighborhoods. you know we're going to get more snow this winter. click on the top left corner and click on school closings. we'll send a text right to your phone when your kid's school is closed for the day.
hopefully not any time soon, though. all right, happening right now, it's a cold one to run 26.2 miles through the city of philadelphia. but, thousands of people are doing it anyway. nbc 10's deanna durante is live on the ben franklin parkway where the runners are already on the trek. deanna? >> yeah, at least there's no snow or rain is what the runners were saying early this morning when they were bundled up in blankets and in coats. take a look as they got to the starting line just a little while ago. many of them shedding their jackets to hit the road here as they go through center city, south philadelphia, old city, and parts of manayunk. they started off in waves, and they're hoping to make it to the finish line in two hours. two hours 16 minutes is the record here. some are hoping to get close to that, or even beat it. others are grateful that they did a little bit of running yesterday. feel a little guilty at all?
>> well, i like to join them, but my -- another run. but, it was awesome yesterday, yeah. yeah. as long as they don't get rain today, they should be okay. >> now, his family from the language caster area were here for yesterday's half marathon. it was a beautiful day. the sun was shining. the temperatures were in the 60s. today we have the sun but we don't have those nice balmy temperatures. the runners hitting the road and they'll be finishing here in center city after 9:00 this morning. reporting live on the benjamin franklin parkway deanna durante nbc 10 news. right now on the nbc 10 app you can look at some of the road closures for the philadelphia marathon. also you can read some inspirational stories about the runners participating in this year's event. we have an update now on a story we first told you about friday night.
the mother of an 8-year-old girl killed in a hit and run is making a tearful plea for justice. take a listen. >> you hit her and she flew from the corner to the middle can of the block. and you kept going. how? >> family and friends remembered jayanna powell at a vigil in philadelphia's overbrook area yesterday. that's where a car hit the young girl while she was walking home from school with her brother on friday. police are now searching for a newer model silver nissan. today, president-elect donald trump will meet with new jersey governor chris christie and former new york mayor rudy giuliani. christie recently said he plans to finish his term as governor but would certainly be open to a position in the trump administration. just yesterday the president-elect and vice president-elect mike pence met with mitt romney. you may remember romney was the first critic of mr. trump during the campaign but now the former
presidential nominee is being mentioned as a possible pick for secretary of state. romney called the meetings very thorough, and in-depth. meantime, democratic senator chuck schumer is threatening political payback if republicans try to undo president obama's major legislative achievement. schumer will become minority leader in january. he said gop members of congress will quote rue the day if they repeal the president's health care law. president-elect trump has promised to do away with obamacare but he also has said that he would keep popular components of the law. senator schumer will be a guest on "meet the press" this morning along with bernie sanders. coming up in just about 15 minutes, moderator chuck todd will join us live with a preview of today's show. in other news, president obama will wrap up his final foreign trip in office today by trying to ease concerns with pacific rim trading partners. at a town hall meeting, president obama urged peruvians yesterday not to assume the
worst about his successor's policies but to judge them only after they're in place. mr. trump opposes the trans-pacific partnership deal that president obama is trying to work out before leaving office. 7:37 right now on this sunday. coming up the eagles say bring the noise. the birds will have another obstacle to get around today noisy seahawks fans but they're ready. we'll show you how they've been preparing next in sports.
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this is your sports desk brought to you by xfinity. x-1 from xfinity will change the way you experience tv. happy sunday to you, i'm danny pommells, csn. it is game day. with the eagles kickoff with the seahawks they better be prepared for noise and lots of it. john clark has more from the emerald city. >> century link field is one of the loudest outdoor stadiums in the world. the guinness book of world records once had it as the loudest at 137 decibels. take a look at the eagles. they went in their practice bubble this week and practiced with the crowd noise reaching
only 100 decibels. hey the seahawks, they have the best home record in the nfl since this place opened. so, silent communication is key. >> we need to work on hand signals both with the linemen, the receivers. you've got to work through a lot of those things. but those are things we've done already. we've done those in chicago. we've done those in washington. >> you get kind of used to hearing the quarterback's voice. kind of when in a crowd of people, and your mom, you know her voice. so you hear it out of everybody's. >> when i was with the saints we played them twice up there, sean payton had our offensive players with the ear plugs and stuff before practice, blasting music, and you know, i thought to myself, man, they're making this a bigger deal than it is. until we got there and it was as loud as anticipated. >> reporter: the eagles have lost their last four road games by a combined 19 points. if they could win here it would go a long way for them making the playoffs.
in seattle, john clark, csn. all right, john, thanks. sixers and flyers both at home yesterday. we saw the night cap joel embiid was a game time decision with the ankle injury and that was to play. embiid dominated early on the nice lob and drive by rodriguez. the business end of the alley-oop. ten of the sixers first twelve points were embiid, a career high 26. best for any rookie this season in the nba. second half, another alley-oop, look at this, 21 points for him. he had a great game. sixers win their third straight home game 120-105. flyers and lightning, gosic back in the lineup after being a healthy scratch. johnson puts it into a wide open net. that was all tampa bay needed because the flyers were shut out for the first time this season 3-0. 0 for 5 on the power play. college football, penn state and rutgers. lions need to win their final two games to have a chance at the conference championships. johnson helping out his squad. blocks the rutgers punt. that led to number 26, bartley finding the end zone for a yard out. penn state up 16-0. they win 39-0.
how about temple visiting tulane. third quarter we pick it up. walker drops back and hits thomas. he gets some blocks and if you didn't know number 5 got more moves than a u-haul truck. 42-yard house call. owls win 31-0. a win next week over east carolina puts them in the aac championship game. after 32 seasons tip your hat to this man, andy tally. his final regular season game. visiting delaware. the connection with the wide open mike goodzak has to wait for it a little bit. way behind the defense but finds the end zone one of four td passes for bednarzak. wildcats win 41-10. should be enough to get them in the playoffs. the college hoops team, more drama than a soap opera. la salle taking on southern. la salle up 2 five seconds left. the missed free throw, delaney robinson cash money for three. that's the game winning three at the buzzer. la salle takes a trip to heartbreak hotel. they fall 77-76.
penn state, taking on the top ranked team in the country, the duke blue devils. it was philadelphia's own emile jefferson coming up money for the blue devils, 16 points, 16 boards for them. duke gets the win, 78-68. that's your look at sports. i'm danny pommells, csn. and we're talking some light snow flurries that are heading our direction. will they make it in? we'll take a look. a live camera shot you'll want to see coming up after the break. i'm tracy davidson for nbc 10 at issue. join me later this morning when we meet one of the first juvenile offenders to be released from prison after being sentenced to life without parole. now you're just looking to get a job, right? >> get a job. driver's license. >> he's out but what about the
7:48 right now. here's a quick look at the nbc 10 head lines. right now, thousands of runners are braving the windy and cold conditions outside participating in the philadelphia marathon. the elite runners took off at the top of the hour. there are a lot of road closures throughout the city because of the marathon. we have them all on the nbc 10 app. this afternoon the eagles will take on the seahawks and their noisy fans, thanks to the stadium out there. the eagles have been prepping for the game all week pumping loud nose into the novacare complex during practice. nbc 10 is your official eagles station and our coverage begins this morning at 9:30. later on today, it's the northeast philadelphia tradition. the manual mayfair holmesburg thanksgiving parade. this years theme, 30 years of memories the parade begins at
noon. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> and take a look at the camera behind you. in the poconos, we've got some snow on the camera here, guys. we are looking at round two. overnight as expected, we saw those snow showers in some areas, the rain/snow mix in other areas, and the rain further south that's what we expected. now some lingering activity on the backside of the system. check out your radar and satellite. this is a little tighter view of the snow we're seeing just to the north of our viewing zone, as well as just a very isolated path trying to track along through moving into right now parts of upper bucks county. what we're looking at here is not a lot of snow by any means. but some very isolated spots, may make their way mostly to the northern parts of our viewing. berks county, lehigh valley, nor
hampton county, bucks, montgomery, maybe chester county, as well. and then most of us should break apart or shift over to more of a rain forecast. very isolated at best through your morning and early afternoon. but notice, we do still have a good amount of snow moving through pennsylvania. the wraparound system is moving in our direction although it looks like a lot will break apart before doing anything considerable in our zone. what it means is you're waking up to clear conditions with sunshine as you see on that radar shot. that's not going to continue the whole day. we're going to see more clouds move in. and the winds are going to strengthen, as well. on your hour by hour forecast the model year is showing off the snow that's in pennsylvania but it's actually showing it a little too far off to the west. which is why i think it's missing the mark on spot snow showers making their way again to the northern half, maybe right around philadelphia, throughout our morning hours. but it does show some of those spot snow showers clipping along here at 11:30 a.m. we continue, around the poconos
until 6:00 tonight and even into the overnight as well through to your monday. so we're not looking at anything considerable here. a couple inches of snow overnight around the poconos. and again, for most of us if anything it's going to be just a little dusting and melting by the time it hits the surface. ground is too warm. yesterday temperatures in the 70s over parts of philadelphia, here is your forecast yesterday, 20 to 30 miles per hour from the west. gusts by this afternoon, 40 to 50 miles per hour. and take a look at the temperatures, only making it to the mid 40s with a lot of cloudiness. and feels-like temperatures that are in the 30s. that's going to be the same for your monday. we'll talk ten-day forecast coming up. transitioning to the trump administration. the process is well under way. but, how smoothly is it going for president-elect donald trump? that's all ahead this morning on nbc's "meet the press." joining us now for a preview is moderator of "meet the press," chuck todd. good morning, chuck. >> good morning, rosemary. >> so we learn this week that
rnc chairman reince priebus, a guest of yours today, will be the new white house chief of staff. president-elect trump met with mitt romney yesterday today's chris christie and rudy giuliani. what have you learned about their job prospects in a trump administration? >> well, look, here's what i can tell you on mitt romney and donald trump. the meeting went well. it was mostly focused on international hot spots. a tour of the world conversation. trump and romney did have 15 minutes without advisers, just the two of them alone. but i was also told that hey, look, rudy giuliani could still be thought of, or portrayed by the -- by us, essentially, based on trump conversations, as the front-runner for secretary of state. and i think that will be the test here. i think so far, donald trump has reached out to critics like mitt romney, has met with some democrats, but when he's made appointments so far they've all gone to loyalists. i think the question is going to be will he actually be comfortable appointing somebody
who was a critic. and, rudy giuliani versus mitt romney if that truly are the two finalists for secretary of state, that's the ultimate test in the direction that he wants to go. does he go with somebody who's with him through thick and thin like rudy giuliani? on somebody like mitt romney which would send a broader message of trying to unite the republican party but it was somebody who does not share donald trump's world view and was a big critic. >> chuck, also today you're sitting down with senators bernie sanders and chuck schumer to talk about how the democrats regroup. is sanders' message one that drew so many people in during the campaign one that will shape and dominate the future of the party? >> i think so. i think the way to describe chuck schumer and bernie sanders is chuck schumer is the operational leader of the democratic party and bernie sanders may be the spiritual leader of the democratic party. when you look at fingers and look at the success of trump in the upper midwest it almost mirrored what he did in wisconsin and michigan against clinton and almost mirrored the
success that sanders had in wisconsin and michigan against hillary clinton, and i have a -- i went -- i spend a little bit of time in michigan and talked to voters who told me that they think a bunch of -- they know plenty of sanders supporters who decided not to even bother to vote in the general because they weren't clinton fans. so i think there's definitely something there about sanders sort of having a better understanding of those voters in the upper midwest than clinton today. >> chuck todd, moderator of "meet the press." as always, chuck, thank you. incoming white house chief of staff reince priebus will talk trump transition, and senators bernie sanders and chuck schumer will ponder now what with moderator chuck todd that's on nbc's "meet the press" and it comes your way this morning at 10:30 right here on nbc 10. we'll be right back.
you said it we were going to have a big shock to the system. >> certainly, felt like summer yesterday. >> mm-hmm. >> and then i stepped out last night around 6:30, 7:00. forget it. >> oh, yeah. the winds and cool air moved on in and they're not leaving the area. there's a live look right now out from the sports complex in south philly. what we're looking at here is the turbines really spinning up. we are windy and we will continue windy today, tomorrow, even into parts of tuesday. notice the temperatures, as well, only highs in the mid 40s. and on top of that we may see some isolated snow showers north of us. >> all right keep that in mind. we'll be back at 9:00. see you then.
welcome to the dawn of a new republican government. >> all i want to do is curl up with a good book. >> this is my final trip overseas. >> we didn't do our part to stop the spread of misinformation. ♪ good morning, welcome to "sunday today." i'm willie geist. president-elect trump has spent the past few days filling in his cabinet. he met with mitt romney, who was a harsh critic, this amid new questions about trump's business entanglements. also up early and on twitter, slamming the cast of