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city skyline. the whole week was cloudy, rain tuesday, showers, wednesday, snow thursday and yesterday we started to see the skies brighten up a little bit. today we'll see more in the way of sunshine as the coastal system begins to pull away. allentown, 36 degrees right now. philadelphia, 38. millville, 36. trenton showing 36 and, of course, you factor in the winds it feels like the 20s and 30s out there. wilmington, 28. 27 in reading, 33 in the poconos. millville, 28 degrees. this is the nor'easter that pulled through on tuesday, all the heavy rains. the 60-plus-mile-an-hour winds down the urch shore. it's spinning off the coast of maine. look at what it's done on the temperatures. the normal high 48 degrees. monday, 37 this came around 11:59 at night. 45 tuesday, wednesday, 43. thursday, 38. friday, 42. each day below average.
today another day below average it will be chilly with the breeze. tomorrow we turn the corner. sun and clouds, breezy, high 42 degrees. warmup starts tomorrow and possibly 350 degrees or warmer by tuesday, i'll have the details in the seven day in just a bit. >> thanks, chris. right now the philadelphia fire department is saying a final farewell to one of its own. joyce craig is the first female firefighter in the city to be killed in the line of duty. annie mccormick joins us live from bachelor brothers funeral services in west oak lane. >> reporter: joyce craig is getting full horns -- honors from her philadelphia firefighter family. this is the second viewing, hundreds came out for the first viewing and more are expected for this viewing and the funeral aferldz. >> the funeral procession heading up broad street for the saturday's viewing for the 11 year veteran.
her casket draped in an american flag over the truck of firehouse 64 her home base. friday night her family arrived for the first viewing. she leaves hind a 16-year-old son and 16-month-old daughter. she died battling a fire while working overtime. theyshe was the first female toe in the line of duty. she was a highly decorated ffort firefighter who received citations for her his or his orc efforts. firefighters came from miles away. >> he with didn't know her personally, but she is a sister of all of ours. when one falls we come to support.
>> reporter: the funeral procession will start at 71st and broad and go to ivy hill cemetary. >> there will detours around broad and 69 anticipate cheltenham avenue. the detours begin at 6:00 a.m. the routes affected are 6, 16, 18, 22, h. and xh. a dozen people are homeless after an overnight fire destroyed their home. you can see the flames consuming the back of the home, firefighters were called to the home around 2:00, it took 45 minutes to bring the blaze under control. the red cross is now helping the 12 people who lived in that home. a house fire in darby borough, delaware county has left five people homeless. the action cam was on the scene the 100 block of north 9th
street. flames broke out at 4:50 a.m. the fire went to two-alarms. it took firefighters 45 minutes to get the blaze under control. the fire leveled one home and badly damaged another. there are no reports of injuries. the red cross is finding temporary shelter for those displaced residents. a philadelphia firefighter is in the hospital with minor injuries after battling a house fire in the strawberry mansion section of the city. the action cam was at the scene of 2700 block of west lehigh avenue. the fire started at 15:15 a.m. this morning. it spread to a neighboring house. 6 people were displaced by that blaze. an early early-morning shog in delaware county has landed one man in the hospital and another in jail. the action cam was outside the apartment in marple township. the victim was in the complex's
parking lot when he was shot at 2:00 5:00 a.m. police have arrested a suspect. investigators have not said what led to the shooting. a car in the lot was dajtd by stray bullets -- damaged by stray bullets. happening today, thousands are expected to march on washington to protest police brutality. demonstrators are calling for congressional hearings into the death of michael brown and eric garner at the handles of police. it was that topic that sparked this protest in center city yesterday. chopper 6 was overhead as demonstrators walked around city hall. several dozen took part, traffic was gridlocked for an hour. abc has all the details on today's march in washington. >> reporter: this morning thousands of protesters on the way to the nation rasp -- nation's capitol.organizers gete
biggest march yet. >> we need from investigation to prosecution. >> reporter: students at the nation's most distinguish medical schools calling for change with the hash tag white coats for black lives, staging die-ins at columbia and brown and yale. >> to think about what they go through, it's tough and it's hard for folks to talk about, it's a away to come together and give voice to the issues. >> reporter: congressional stafferrers walking out from congress to make a silent statement their hands up. the wave of protests and reactions to the way activists consider the unnecessary death of unarmed black men including michael brown shot to death in ferguson, missouri and eric
garner being held if a chokehold in staten island, new york. their grieving families leading this movement to the place they believe it matters most, expecting thousands to march with them to capitol hill demanding congress take action to save lives. the civil rights groups organizing the march will make it easier for federal prosecutors to take over the cases. when they reach the u.s. capitol building the senate is expected to be in a rare saturday session working to pass a spending bill. abc news, washington. >> a montgomery county community has rallied around a local police detective and his family whose home was ruined in a fire that was deliberately set. ernie morris has chaperoned the middle potsgrove middle school,
but last night he and his family were guests. they were vacationing in disney world when a neighbor torched the house. morris said the arson is far outweighed by the kindness they have received since the fire. >> there's a big group of loving and caring people, especially my brothers and sisters in blue, and you know i see now that the small portion of bad people out there. >> reporter: investigators say the neighbor blamed morris for her son going to jail. her son has a history of drug abuse and run-ins with police. more to come on "action news" saturday morning, including more news stories from overnight, a driver tries to outrun police crashes on the boulevard overnight. years of drought and now flooding we'll have what's next for california, chris? >> reporter: coming up in weather after what's been a miserable week around the
delaware valley. conditions finally begin to improve starting today, some of these 50s might show up later next week, several times, actually. i'll have the details when we come right back. hey! it's mister monopoly. and the new monopoly millionaires' club lottery game. where you have 3 ways to become a millionaire. first, win the top prize of up to 25 million dollars when you match all the draw numbers. or win 1 million dollars when you match all the club numbers. or you could win up to one million dollars as a contestant
>> after years of drought, california is getting too much rain at one time. it is causing flooding and serious damage. during the morning rush in los angeles, the storm spawned a rare small tornado. it knock out power to tens of thousands. the rains are blamed for # hundred crashes on san diego highways. mudslides forced people to flee their homes. the storm is moving out, but
another front is expected to hit california next week. >> completely opposite ends of spectrum. >> reporter: they wanted it, unfortunately they are getting it all at once. some areas yesterday picked up more rain in one day than the whole year. it was incredible. as we look at the numbers here, they are not only dealing with the heavy rain, but they are dealing with the gusty winds. these are peak wind gusts from two days ago across the california and nevada. 110 miles per hour that's hurricane category 3 strength. alpine meadows, 109. rice it's a huge storm now it's over the rocky mountains. another one is getting ready to slam the west coast. system number two come off anchorage. they will see another round of
heavy rains and gusty winds. as we go live on sky 6. we're dealing with a lot of the sunshine. finally. the coastal storm that hammered us on tuesday is beginning to pull away. this will allow the temperatures to warm as we get into sunday and beyond. 38 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint, 25. wind out of the northwest at 15 miles per hour. pressure reading 30.06 inches. the numbers are where they should be for this time of year. but again, you factor in the winds, it's cooler than what you see here. allen up to, 36. millville, 36. poconos 29. wind out of the west northwest 10 to 020 miles per hour. philadelphia, 15, 18 in the poconos. we'll see a decent amount of sun, but you have to deal with the breeze. it will gust from 10 to 25 miles per hour throughout the day. the high temperatures topping out in the low 40s that kind of
breeze it will feel chilly out there. there's the satellite and radar, that counter clockwise spin you'll get a better look at it with this image here. that was tuesday's coastal storm. it hit an area of high pressure north of maine. it slowed down and it's stuck off the eastern seaboard. as we get into tomorrow arena monday, this will pull away it will allow this milder area to slide in and warm up. combination of sun and clouds today, same thing tomorrow, although we lose the chill. we're in the mid to upper 40s. monday, the high slides off the coast and the winds shift out of the south that gets us into the upper 40s and low 50s, this system brings wet weather by the time we get into tuesday, overall it's a quiet weather pattern for us in the delaware valley. sun and clouds today, breezy, 42 degrees, that's the forecasted high. windchills in time 30s.
overnight tonight, cloudy and breezy, 28 degrees outlet lying suburbs, 33 center city. sunday night, 8:30, cowboys versus the eagles. looks like the weather will be nice and quiet partly cloudy, seasonable cold, 39 degrees by kickoff, 37 in the 4th quarter. you will not have to deal with windchill. 42 degrees, sun and clouds, sunday. monday, 47 degrees, tuesday, spotty showers, 50 degrees, wednesday, sunny and breezy, 46 degrees. thursday, 42. friday, 40 degrees, saturday some of the forecast models have a storm coming, this time around there is cold air. i'll talk about that in a little bit. >> santa claus got a big request in north jersey and he
definitely managed to deliver. >> i want my daddy back. >> you want your daddy back? maybe santa can help you. >> reporter: riley got to see their father after his 9 month deployment. the timing couldn't have been better, now they can spend the holidays together, he said he plans to spoil his kids rotten everyday that's home. "action news" continues in just a moment.
♪ [instrumental music] ♪ >> sky6 live hd taking a live look for us, over wilmington, delaware, you can see the camera getting blown around a little bit shaking there for us this morning, 31 degrees outside, 9:18 right now. a man is behind bars this morning charged with robbing and assaulting a grad student while walking in the university city section of the city. police say officers caught the
55-year-old suspect attacking a 38-year-old woman just after she stepped off a bus on thursday night at 41st anticipate pine. police are trying to determine if the suspect is the same man who groped two drexel students that day and robbed and assaulted another student on monday. his bail has been set at $150,000. new from the overnight a handicapped woman was killed when she lost control of the car on the boulevard. the car smashed into a tree and burst into flames on north 5th street and hunting park at 2:30. police say several people stopped to help rescue the woman, no word on what caused the woman to lose control of the vehicle. new from the overnight, a man trying to outrun police crashes car in northeast philadelphia. investigators say this is where the car went out of control at 11:10 p.m. the man in his 30s was trapped in the car. police and medics freed him and
took him to the hospital where's in critical condition. police have not said why they were pursuing the man. several children were hurt in the crash on the schuylkill expressway that left two cars overturned. it happened last night in the eastbound lanes near the blue route in west conshohocken. police say a total of five cars were involved in the accident. three kids were rushed to children's hospital of philadelphia with non-life threatening injuries. a state championship football team arrives home in bucks county overnight. the eagles are getting ready for another big prime time matchup with the dallas cowboys. this time it's on their home turf. don't forget you can take 6abc.com with you. the new smart design fits any device you have, whether it's your tablet or smart phone, no matter how large or small that screen. check it out by visiting 6abc.com anytime anywhere. skippy!!
>> good morning, on this saturday, sky6 live hd taking a live look for us now at cape may, new jersey, you can see there is a family out on the beach right now, looks like they might be taking some holiday photos. there are cameras out just a little while ago, they were taking pictures and enjoying the beautiful view, 43 degrees and 9:23. the sixers face memphis at the wells fargo center and the eagles are gearing up for their showdown with the cowboys at the linc. here's ducis rogers with all your saturday morning sports. >> reporter: good morning, the sixers long season seems to get longer with each loss.
last night they fell apart in brooklyn and lost to the nets. brandon davis was traded away by the # sixers early in the week. robert covington, all six shots from downtown, 20 for him. michael carter williams, he scores a 14. but the nets out score the sixers they lose 88-70. they commit 23 turnovers. to football, eagles injury report is clean heading into the showdown with the cowboys, the loser could miss out on the playoffs. mark sanchez had his best game of the season in the win over dallas two weeks ago. he expects the cowboys to come into the link fired up. >> i expect the dallas team energy wise and enthusiasm wise,
they know what it takes. that last performance was not indicative of the talent they have. >> ultimately we have to play better than with he did in the game. i'm exieded to see the -- excited to see the guys step up to the challenge. andyy calley will face caseybleer. >> he is is good man and good coach i know he'll come in fired up ready to go. >> arch bishop wood in central valley. third quarter, wood up 5. 2230 yards and 4-t-d's for him. it's win/wins, it's their third
tidal in four years. st. joe's takes on pine richland. st. joe's is the reigning champ. the action cam was at arch bishop wood overnight as family and friends welcome the state champs back home. congratulations 0 to them. a south carolina boy with a heart condition has his dreams come true. he got to meet his hero mario. his mother said he had several heart surgeries and been through a lot health wise and she was taken back by all the support. >> he was meeting mario and we invited all our family and friends to be with us, who have
supported us throughout this. >> 6 dozen people were in the crowd to see chase meet and race mario, including family and friends who walked over to share the moment. >> much more to come on "action news," saturday saturday morning, including "shelter me rescue of the week." >> reporter: i'm ali gorman this is karma from spca, the top vote getter in the "shelter me rescue of the week" contest, we'll have their story coming up on "action news." plus, we'll have a check of the exclusive accuwether seven-day forecast with meteorologist chris sowers when "action news" saturday at 9:00 continues.
>> happens now on "action news" saturday at 9:00. philadelphia fire department is saying a final farewell to one of its own, we'll have a live report from the funeral services. police release the details of a woman's murder in south jersey. a contractor accused one of the biggest home builder frauds in pennsylvania's history is blocked -- locked up. those stories, but first let's go outside to chris sowers with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: the clouds are starting to roll in, doesn't feel that bad, temperatures in the 30s, every now and then you get a nice little gust of
wind and it reminds you it is december. 38 in philadelphia, 29 in poconos. feels like 29 in dover. 28 in wilmington. 27 in lancaster. 28 in millville. 30 in trenton. 32 the freezing mark in philadelphia. salt light and radar for days on end we've been dealing with the pesky area of low pressure spinning in the right hand portion of the screen. that was the nor'easter that slammed through on tuesday, it's close enough to provide us with a gusty northwesterly breeze and cloud cover. by the time we get into sunday that storm system is pulling out to sea, winds shift out of the west and it will feel better out here. if you're looking for something to do, head to the mountains, perfect conditions, windchills in the mid 20s. temperatures right now around 29, 30 degrees, by 2:00. 34. for philadelphia we're shooting for a high of 42 degrees, we'll
see a combination of sun and clouds, a little bit breezy, 42 will feel like the mid 30s throughout the after. overall looks like a nice start to the weekend. should hold for tomorrow, we're talking about milder temperatures in the mid 40s and possibly always high as 350 degrees by tuesday. that will feel pretty nice. i'll focus on that and the possibility of a storm next weekend that could bring rain or snow for parts of the area. i'll run that down for you in a few minutes. >> the funeral for a philadelphia firefighter begins in a half-hour. joys craig is the first female firefighter to be killed in the line of duty. annie mccormick joins us live from the bachelor brothers funeral services in west oak lane. >> reporter: joyce craig is getting full honors from her philadelphia fire family. the viewing is underway. there are coming from across the country to pay their respects. the funeral is directly after
the viewing. the funeral procession for fallen firefighter joyce craig headed up broad street to the bachelor brothers funeral home. her casket draped in an american flag with her truck engine 64 her home base with bagpipers playing amazing grace. we leaves behind a 16-year-old son and 16-month-old daughter. craig died while battling a fire in west oak lane early tuesday morning. craig was 150 female firefighters in the city of philadelphia and the first female to die in the line of duty. she was a highly decorated firefighter who received citations fore-- for her heroic efforts. she was spoken of very highly by
her fell firefighters. >> at the intersection of 71st and broad is shut down at this time to make way for the viewing. the funeral is expected to begin in a half-hour, the funeral procession will start at 71st and broad and will head to ivy hill cemetary. annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> the search is on for a gunman who shot a young man during an early morning attempted robbery in philadelphia. the action cam was on the scene of the 5500 block of somerdale avenue in the somerdale section of the city. the suspect walked up to a 21-year-old man at 1:30 a.m. and demanded money. during the confrontation the suspect shot the man in the leg. the victim is in stable condition. , the gunman ran off. two people were hurt when a mercedes smashed into their car in camden.
the people inside took off. the action cam is on the scene haddon avenue. the crash happened around midnight. two people in the car that the mercedes hit were taken to the hospital, one is in serious condition, the other was treated and released. several people were inside the mercedes they left the scene. police have identified the woman found dead in a car trunk outside a south jersey motel this week. 38-year-old marryago was found in the trunk of the car. police have arrested a man in connection with the murder of a woman in gloucester township, the body of susan johnson was found yesterday morning in a wooded area of evesham township. she was beaten to death. police have arrested and charged
two others. an argument erupted over money and investigators say johnson planned to ask the couple to move out. 87-year-old man from south philadelphia has lost his life savings in a home invasion. frank cavaliero said the intruder kicked in his door early yesterday morning. the suspect walked out with $3,000 in savings that he just cashed in. >> it took me forever to save it up, nickels dimes, quarters and pennies, you know, i'm not a wealthy man, i may be handsome -- watch your mouth. [laughter]. >> surveillance video from a nearby business shows the suspect approaching the house early in the morning. beanie sigel is hospitalized in critical condition a week after he was shot.
sigel whose given name is dwight grant was gunned down at a pleasantville home last friday. police are looking to question one more person. a relative. a close employee of m.knight shyamalan is accused of stealing from the director and could be heading to jail. she was hired to manage his home, the prosecutor said she made $15,000 of personal purchases while on the job. she will be sentenced in february and faces up to 7 years in prison. a contractor accused of one of the largest home building fraud in pennsylvania history is hind bars. he was convicted of stealing $2.5 million from area families. sherry landis was one of the 12 victims to testify. she said he stole $600,000 from her, money that was supposed to to go toward the construction of
a second home at the shore. >> i had to higher another builder and that cost 400,000 to build a house. in total i paid a million dollars for a 400,000 home. >> he was convicted of 27 felony charges. he faces up 135 years behind bars. sentencing is scheduled for next week. senate plans to hold a rare saturday session after a 1.1 trillion spending package was delayed. the house passed the bill. to give the senate time the president signed a 48 hour to prevent the shut down and keep the government funded through the day. a vote may not come until early next week. president obama will be making a visit to new jersey on monday. the president will travel to joint base mcguire dix lakehurst to thank the soldiers and their
families for their sacrifice. a bankruptcy judge has delayed the sale of the revel casino hotel to a canadian firm. the judge granted the request to cancel the sale to asset management. the judge has scheduled ran early january hearing to consider the request to award the sale to the runner-up for95. showboat casino sale has been finalize with stockton
college, they will maintain a hotel and school. nhl is facing an outbreak of mumps. we'll have that coming up. we'll get a check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" returns. party on people! blinds to go's 60th anniversary sale continues celebrating with 20% off the entire store. you heard right, 20% off the entire store. we're talking employee pricing baby! hey, you need 'em,
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spectacular. check out this time lapse video. a blanket of clouds shroud called a total warm air inversion. it's like keeping a helium balloon from rising. it usual on the happens like once a decade and we got to see it. >> i've got to say i've never seen that. >> it looks like a magic movie. or halloween you have dry ice, that's what it looks like there. let's go live on sky 6 and show you the view. we're dealing with the effects of the coastal storm that hit us on tuesday. conditions are starting to improve. temperatures will start to turn milder over the next 24 to 36 hours. we certainly could use that it's been a chilly week. 38 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint, 25.
winds out of the northwest at 15 miles per hour. pressure reading 30 inches. allentown, 37. trenton, 36. dover, a chilly high of 38 degrees yesterday. right now they are sitting at 33. a windchill of 25. wilmington, 2. millville, 28. allentown, feels like 32 degrees which is the freezing mark. there's the coastal storm that hit us on tuesday, it's still spinning right here west of hall fax, again, the winds are blowing in a counter clockwise fashion around that low. it's chilly up here and drives the cold air down into the mid atlantic. that won't stop until the low pulls away which will get out of here tomorrow afternoon. the winds will shift and bring pacific air over the mountains and run it across the country. that is the milder trend that will takes place tomorrow and monday and tuesday, you can see
the milder numbers out here, they are sitting in the 40s and 50s. all this is pushing east. it's warmer in chicago than it is in philadelphia. that front range air pulls east and moderates things when we get into the start of next week. future tracker 6, combination of sun and clouds, a nice, quiet afternoon, chilly, highs in upper 30s and low 40s, windchills in the 30s. sunday, combination of sun and clouds with temperatures holding in the mid 40s. all right, well, here we go, if you want another system to potentially bring winter white in time for christmas, the players are on the field. i'm about to get john madden with the xs and os of weather. tuesday, this coming tuesday it will develop here and pull northeast. there is still blocking taking place. the low will sit east of maine. as the low is sitting here
another arctic high comings down run the u.s./canadian border. push east, piece of energy rounds the bend and redevelops over the coast of the carolinas. some of the forecast models want to take it out to sea, if that happens nothing hams. some of the them want to bring it up. this high is sitting to our west. when the storm comes up, we got your cold air and you could see snow around here next weekend, probably sunday, but if this low gives it ground it will let the high push east, as well. meaning when the storm comes up, the winds shift out of the east which is off the ocean, temperatures moderate expltsdz expltsdz -- and this is all rain. the players are on the field, which is something to watch. and is different than previous
years. we'll watch it closely. sun and clouds today, breezy, 42 in philadelphia. wilmington, 42. dover, 43. trenton, 40. lancaster, 39 the high. in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, sunday sun and clouds, 46. mostly sunny for monday, 47. tuesday, 50 degrees, not too bad, there could showers, breezy for wednesday, 46. turk cooler thursday and friday, highs in the low 40s. him. >> now it's time to feature this week winningest rescue group in "shelter me rescue of the week," spca in schuylkill county pennsylvania. ali gorman has their story. >> my mission is to take in the unwanted, the abused and abandoned and neglected. >> reporter: and within a year, ruth steiner memorial spca has found homes for 100 animals. >> it's gratifying knowing we are helping the helpless. >> reporter: helping with the cause is rocket the official
mascot. >> he was hit by a car when he was 10 months old. all the money raised goes into the rocket funds. >> reporter: animals like 2-year-old peepers,. >> peepers had emergency surgery. she had bladder stones. >> reporter: heidi and biffy were pulled from a hoarding situation. >> very loving and sociable and playful. >> reporter: this is a 5-year-old. >> zumba is 7 years old and would prefer the home where he is the only male dog. cooper is special needs, but he doesn't let that show him down. >> he cannot bend his back legs. he loves everybody. >> reporter: this is a
6-month-old pit mix, when she was 12 weeks old she broke her jaw when another dog attacked her. now she is doing just fine. if you would like to adopt ca are. ma or any other -- karma or any other animals you've scene go to the ruth steiner website. add 0 a rescue group to our list go to the "action news" "shelter me rescue of the week" facebook page. we'll feature the top vote getter next saturday morning on "action news." ali gorman channel 6 "action news."
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angelina scroll lee said she has -- jolie said she has chicken pox. she will have to skip the premier of unbroken. she said, quote, i can't believe it, because this film means so much to me. >> the flyers have a bigger problem than winning hockey games these days, the nhl is in the midst of an outbreak of mumps. the flyers have just played the devils. >> until yesterday when we played new jersey they had two guys who had the mumps, that scared me. it's not something you want to get, we got vaccinated the other day, we should be fine, hopefully. >> the vaccine is given in two doses in childhood. many chose to get a booster shot. that should be a help. the center for disease control
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>> let's get a check of the weather, not a bad weekend we'll see sunshine out there and tempts get milder. rather chill today, the breeze, 42 it will feel like the 30s. 46 degrees sunday, combination of sun and clouds, the winds relax, the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, each and everyday starts to get milder. 47 degrees monday, mostly sunny, forecast models have us close to 50. him we're at 50 tuesday, we could see showers as a storm system passes to the west. showers, not too terrible heavy. wednesday, 46 sunny and breezy. thursday, cooler, 42 and friday, 40 degrees. >> jack hanna's "wild countdown" is next. we'll be back tomorrow morning at 6:00 a.m. nfc east is on the line always the eagles plan to tackle the cowboys at the linc. the barns foundation welcomes
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