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n good morning 7:00 a.m. january 4. snow rain, a big warmup and dramatic cool down due in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> shane montgomery's family is heart broken. the missing college student's body has been found. kenneth moten talked to police about the investigation. >> paying more, tolls went up on the pennsylvania turnpike. let's go outside with meteorologist chris sowers and the accuweather forecast. good morning chris. >> reporter: good morning to you, nydia. we have a couple of issues out here this morning first is the fog and second some of the heavier downpours pulling through. we'll go over the numbers we'll show you the visibilities out here we'll slow it down this morning, we have visibilities less than a half mile. allentown, half mile. same thing with lancaster. millville, 2 miles. reading 1.7. these numbers have come up in the last hour. they were down to about a half mile or less a half-hour ago.
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slight improvement there. temperatures are milder than yesterday, but struggling north and west. reading, 37, at least you're above freezing, but it's colder north and west of the city. some of the warmer stuff is showing up south and east. millville, 48. sea isle 50. on the boardwalk in atlantic city 50. dover, 47. that's the first sign of the change that's getting ready to occur. we have a warm front that's in the process of pushing through all these showers and heavier downpours that you see on storm tracker 6 live double scan they are all associated with this warm front coming through the delaware valley. most of the afternoon it will be cloudy and damp with occasional drizzle, maybe a scattered showers. the day planner looks like, 47 degrees by 8:00. 10:00 p.m. 50 degrees, 1:00 p.m., 59. we're anticipating a high of 63. sun will set at 4:49.
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that 63 is more than 20 degrees above average for this time of year. but boy are things going to change over the next 36 hours. very warm this afternoon, 60 throughout most of the viewing area temperatures crashed overnight tonight as an arctic front slams through, they will continue to fall all day monday, windchills by tuesday morning will drop into the single digits for the poconos. by the time we get into wednesday and thursday, our highs are stuck in the 20s so enjoy the warmup, although it is brief, enjoy it today because things change later this week. i'll have the details in the full accuweather seven-day forecast in about ten minutes. nydia? >> chris thank you. philadelphia police are still looking for two suspects in the murder of a limo driver. the 25-year-old was shot in the head right in front of his girlfriend. police believe one of the limo's passengers pulled the trigger. cash and can cell phones were taken from the driver. this happened on delancy street
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in west philadelphia. investigators say the killer was driven away in another vehicle by an accomplice. there are no signs of the suspects or the getaway vehicle or the gun. thousand are expected to attend the funeral for wenjian liu the new york city police officer who was am busheled in his patrol car. wenjian liu and rafael ramos was gunned down last month by a man subpoena yet by the deaths of michael brown and eric garner. wenjian liu was married two months ago his funeral arrangements were delayed so relatives from china could attend. buddhistomk also will lead the funeral today followed by a police funeral. shane montgomery's body was pulled from the schuylkill river yesterday ending an agonizing
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five week long search. kenneth moten has more on the investigation. >> reporter: green ribbons and flyers have been a fixture in manayunk during the search for shane montgomery. shane has been found his body discovered fully clothed in the schuylkill river saturday before noon his cell phone was still on him. his grieving parents were there. >> today we have done what we have promised. we have found and brought shane home. we ask for everybody to continue to pray four or family at this trying time. >> reporter: shane disappeared 40 days ago after a night out with friends. he was last seen leaving kildare's around closing time. divers from under water garden state recovery team found the body. he was found in the schuylkill
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behind the maniy you -- manayunk brewing company. loved ones, the pastor and employees of the brewing company watched as the divers worked. >> he became family with his family during the hole situation. it broke us all down. >> reporter: the search is over, but the investigation into how shane died is just beginning. police sources say there are no obvious signs of foul play. those who followed the details of the search came to the river with so many questions. >> where would he have gone, what really happened to him? >> reporter: even though the ask can had been searched. divers say scouring the large river was a tedious process.
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kenneth moten channel 6 "action news." >> and will have more reaction in the next time half-hour our coverage continues online and 6abc.com. you can read about the time line of the search and the community effort to find shane. we have information about the vigils in days to come. >> in you plan to use the pennsylvania turnpike today, it will cost more. e-z pass customers will notice a higher charge than those using cash because tolls went up for everyone by 5% at midnight. officials say it will help with a transportation funding short fall and reconstruction of the roadway from four lanes to 6. it's the 7th increase in seven years. bad weather continues to slow the recovery of the victims of airasia 8501. the plane crashed into the java
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sea killing 162 people on board. officials think they have recovered large pieces of wreckage on the sea floor. search teams expect torched many of the bodies in the debris. two divers reached the area, but had to return to the surface because of poor weather conditions. they have not found the plane's block boxes. north korea is not happy over new sanctions the u.s. has slapped against the country over the sony picture. in a furious statement slammedment u.s. accusing of u.s. of groundless stirring up hostility for north korea. the communist company has compressed if if you furry over the film the interview which depicts the assassination of kim jong-un.
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>> warm weather is starting to movie, hard to believe especially after seeing this light snow coming down in parts of the countries. other parts of the country is feeling winter chris sowers says we'll feel it tomorrow. >> reporter: a blizzard in northern plains, snow dropping visibility to zero causing cars to virtually disappear. only a freight train getting through the unforgiving snow in minnesota. it's winter in western texas 3 inches of snow in amarillo slowing traffic or worse frigid temperatures and black ice in odessa causing cars to spin out and trucks to jackknife. it was ice that caused this salt truck to go out of control in
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pittsburgh pennsylvania. trees ripped down and high winds in mississippi and two reported tornados. him further east in new york city twirling snow, a hint of the biting cold from the canadian border coming this week. >> that was rob marciano reporting. "good morning america" weekend will have more on the bitter cold at 8:00. we want you to know we have an update to the storm tracker 6 live app. you can add your own photo and share a postcard using a photo from your mobile device, share it with your family and friends. the updates are available to download from the apple and google play stores. >> so much to come on "action news" sunday morning. more news you did not see last night. a mail box is blown apart in south jersey police are working the case. a cargo ship continues to sink overseas, we have an update
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on the crew. firefighters and police face off on the ice the winner the families off the ice. >> reporter: we'll have temperatures in the 60s tomorrow the temperatures begin to drop, bitter air mass on the way, it will feel like chicago by wednesday. i'll have the details when we come right back.
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opposed to january. in the meantime there's the view there's cape may. it will be damp and gloomy out there. one travel note this morning, we have issues with fog visibility has been reduced to less than a mile. slow it down, keep both hands on the steering wheel and keep the beams on low. we have showers pulling through some of them are on the heavier side especially across south jersey cumberland, cape may and atlantic counties, some of the source are coming down, traveling southward along the delsea drive or 55 into vineland and millville. slow it down it's moving on through. it's moving toward the northeast at 25 miles per hour. it's broken apart holes in the action. we're not expecting a solid batch of moisture where it will be raining all day, it will be the kind of on and off type of precipitation. yesterday we were stuck in the
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20s and 30s throughout the morning. sea isle city, 50 degrees, millville, 42. still rather cold north and west but all these numbers are above freezing. poconos 41, allentown 36 degrees satellite and radar the wider picture showing area of low pressure cutting north into the great lakes. there's the arctic front right there. you can see the moisture kind of lining along that frontal system it is racing toward the east, clear conditions across the high plains and the midwest, that's where the real cold stuff is sitting right now. bismarck is below the u.s./canadian border in the teens and below zero. this is a true shot of arctic air. omaha 2 wichita ten. this is heading east. him the last several have dropped south and pulled to the north. this is dropping to the east. it's not as cold that we've seen
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out there but it will be the coldest air so far this season. southwesterly wind, showers from time to time ahead of the arctic front. today is nice around, highs in the low 60s. tomorrow it's the opposite. winds shift out of the northwest, breezy and cold, windchills in the teens arena -- and 20s. future tracker 6. fog, occasional shower. later this evening, this is the arctic front tapping into the cold air and forcing the warm air out to sea. as the process takes place thunderstorms may erupt along the coast from wildwood to will also. don't be surprised if you hear rumble of thunder. allentown, 58 degrees.
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mild. atlantic city, 63 degrees. philadelphia 63 degrees, showers around, andy tonight windy and sharply colder. 30 degrees outlying suburbs, 32 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, windy and colder for monday, 35, that actually comes around 9:00 a.m. temperatures during the afternoon hang out in the upper 20s, low 30s. windchills in the 20s. snow around tuesday minor accumulations, may be an inch or two, 30 degrees, wednesday 28. thursday 22. friday 33 every day we'll have windchills in the teens. >> overnight police asked us to show you a missing child. louise desmond was reported
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transgendered teen who took her own life. she left a suicide note saying there was no way out because her parents didn't want to recognize that she identified with a female. the boston bombing suspect scar tsarnaev is going to be scheduled for trial. he pleaded not guilty to the 30 charges connected to the explosion. 3 people were killed, 260 were wounded. if convicted he could face the death penalty. zaria estes.
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>> reporter: welcome back everyone 7:22 sunday morning. the day planner 47 degrees at 8:00. 1:00 p.m., 59. yesterday we were stuck in the 30s and 40s. 4:00 p.m., 63 degrees. let's talk about the pattern change. most of the month. december we saw that west to east flow across the entire country and that allowed the mild pacific air to just take over dominate the the pattern. what we'll see this week, the jet stream will look like this, it will dislodge the cold air in the northwest territories in alaska, that will come funneling down and turn sharply colder. last year the polar vortex dropped into the great lakes that bitter cold air dropped into the mid atlantic. we had a couple of days where the high temperatures were stuck in the teens. this time the polar vortex is
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sitting over the hudson bay. it will drop into the gulf coast states. it has nothing to do with the polar vortex, it's a big area of high pressure of cold arctic high that will plant itself over the eastern seaboard and set up shop all week. >> if you fell asleep before the 67ers tip off in l.a. last night you didn't miss much. they got crushed. michael carter williams was sidelined with an injured shoulder. nerlens noel with a slam. samson with this commanding dunk. 89 clippers were in control. the sixers have lost five straight games. jersey governors got the last laugh. the wildcats lost their first game of the season.
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66-61. seat ton hall coming off a win. the flyers came out on the losing end in new jersey, ducis rogers has that an more. >> reporter: good morning we'll start off on the ice. no claude giroux last night. the flyers decided to sit their captain after he suffered a cut to the lower leg in the previous game. flyers visiting the devils. to say they were getting busy, not enough if you can't win games. the former flier scores 1-0 new jersey. end of the period, inside of ten seconds. the flyers give up another one. 3-0. he gets the hat trick in the second period. the first over 30 in nhl history
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to do so. eagles made big news with the restructuring of the operations department. basically chip kelly gets to run the show. he'll be in charge of all personnel decisions including the nfl draft. kelly will higher someone to replace tom gamble who left earlier in the weekend. he had manowits is a serious candidate. panthers and cardinal's. temple coach leading the cards. cam newton leading whitiker does the rest. carolina takes a 20-14 lead. meanwhile, arizona 77 credit cards, the -- 77 yards, the lowest amount in nfl playoff
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history. steelers and baltimore ravens flaco has 7 road wins in the playoffs that's the most of any quarterback in nfl history. the ravens win. they will visit the patriots next week. that should be a good game. i'm ducis rogers, have a terrific day. >> so much for slowing down. a texas man celebrating his 70th birthday just ran his 1240 marathon. he holds several world records for most marathons completed in one career. he completed 255 in 201 alone. recently he ran 12 marathons this 1 days, making his story real incredible. he didn't run his first marathon until he was 52. he only did it because he had a
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boring weekend ahead. what is it about running that draws him? >> it is magnificent it's because we can, you can have a wonderful day. >> because you can i love it. his profession of a trial lawyer helps with his drive to compete. he tells us he does not plan to slow down, each day each step he is admired by people half his age. we'll be right back.
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>> saying goodbye arc sea of blue is turning out this morning to honor a slain new york city police officer. plus, shane montgomery's mother expresses gratitude to all the people who helped look for her missing son. the search for him has come to a saddened. sky6 live hd taking a live look at spring mountain montgomery county we're in for a wet and warm day and then comings a big change. big difference from what you see there. >> indeed. let's go outside to chris sowers chris. >> reporter: today we're up into the 60s later this afternoon anne old man winter shows up tomorrow and temperatures will struggle to reach the freezing mark. in between that process to go from warm to cold we have to get through this. we have milder terms in the mid
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atlantic states. we'll zoom into mays landing atlantic city, traffickerring -- traveling along the will also expressway it's a slow go. this is pushing off to the northeast rapidly at 20 miles per hour. we have ponding on the roads because we're seeing heavier downpours. later this afternoon we're expecting more clouds and showers, maybe some patchy frog from time to time. it looks like a rather gloomy finish to the weekend. on a positive note the temperatures will climb. we're stuck in the 20s and 30s everybody climbed in the 20s and 30s. that's where we are right now. the exception being the coast. that's the first sign of the warmer weather. philadelphia, 43. him millville 48 degrees, sea isle and atlantic city showing 50 just to the south just off the seen getting into the chesapeake bay area, they are in the mid 50s at this hour. that's the milder air that will
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push toward the north. we'll show you that on future tracker. the model has 57. accuweather will go with 63. in the overnight hours the arctic front barrels through. reading, 26, philadelphia, 31. trenton, 30. monday afternoon 26 degrees for reading that's it. 32 for philadelphia. trenton, 31 and then we get into the overnight hours monday night into tuesday morning it gets even colder, 16 in reading, 17 in allentown and 21 in philadelphia. and those are actual air temperatures that never accounts for what it feels like when you factor in the wind. it will feel much much worse. i'll focus on that in the seven-day forecast when i step back inside in just a few minutes. eva. >> overnight someone blew up a mail box in south jersey. they checked out surveillance
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cameras nearby hoping they provide video of the person who did this. we asked if there are similar cases in this part of cherry hill. police would not confirm it or say why this mail box was destroyed by an explosive. >> new this morning a contingent of philadelphia police officers is heading to new york city to attend the funeral of wenjian liu. the action cam was at the philadelphia fraternity order of police headquarters this morning as officers left for the funeral. officer wenjian liu as rafael ramos was gunned down last month by a man who then killed himself. thousands attended the viewing yesterday. the 32-year-old officer was on the police force for seven years and married two months before he was killed. two rallies will show support for police officers one on springfield pike and the other high at west chester both rallies start at 3:00. meanwhile the solidarity
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march kicked off yesterday. the peaceful rally was organized in support of the black lives matter movement. shane montgomery montgomery's family know for sure he is not coming home. divers discovered the missing college student body around noon in the schuylkill he was fully clothed with the cell phone still on him. officials close to the investigation say there appears to be no signs of foul play. he was out on thanksgiving morning, he was last seen leaving kildare's public around closing time. he was found a mile away. >> he was found in waist-deep water. >> reporter: the medical examiner is conducting an autopsy to try to determine the cause of death. >> you can only imagine the
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grief shane montgomery's family is feeling this after spending every waking moment knocking on doors and getting shane's photo in front of anyone and everyone who might know something. annie mccormick was there as his family broke the news shane montgomery's body has been found. >> today we have done what we have promised we have found and brought shane home. >> reporter: shane montgomery's parents fought tears to say thank you shortly after the diver discovered their 21-year-old son. >> we want to thank everyone for their support and prayers and love and ask that they continue to pray for our family at this trying time. >> reporter: the people of manayunk and shane's native roxborough put flyers in windows and substituted a tree lighting for a candle light vigil. a reward grew to $60,000 with the help of local businesses and his parish st. john baptist became ground zero for search
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and rescue operations out of the basement. >> he is home with god. >> reporter: some parishners entering saturday evening mass just learned the news. >> i was praying everyday for him, they would find him for the parents. >> reporter: and shane's uncle with mixed emotions. >> there was a time when you were hoping it wasn't him but at the same time, he is in god's hands. >> reporter: during his disappearance his family members gave out green ribbons shane's favorite color the ribbons are all over the christmas tree in front of st. john baptist the church. his mother thanked the organizations that worked to find her son and thanked philadelphia police. at this time no funeral
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arrangements have been mailed. abbey anne channel 6 "action news." >> an escaped prisoner is behind bars, another is on the run. timothy earl hosssteader was arraigned friday night. martinez is still missing. they escaped during confusion and made off in a waiting minivan. anybody with information about martinez is asked to call police. the 7-year-old girl who was the only survivor of a small plane crash in kentucky has been released from the hospital. sailor's parents and sister and cousin were killed. she managed to climb out of the wreckage and walked one mill without shoes in freezing temperatures torched help.
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she knocked on the first house. >> i open the door, there was a little girl about 7 years old bloody and she said her parents were dead and she had been in a plane crash. >> federal investigators are examining the plane. the pilot reported engine trouble before losing contact with air traffic controllers. >> happening today, president obama is expected to return to the white house from his hawaiian vacation. 114th congress the house and senate are controlled by the republicans. it will count more minorities and women than ever. for the first time african-american members of both genders and representing both parties will be among the ranks. 7:30, much more to come on "action news" this sunday. >> a chamber music pianist with ties to philadelphia comes home. 6abc loves the arts look at his
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accomplishments. >> sky6 live hd looking live at a very foggy atlantic city. meteorologist chris sowers is back next with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. that's never bitter -- put down the dark roast you've been putting up with and reach for the one you deserve.
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the andrew be positive foundation for children with cancer. >> it's pretty, but they can keep it. this is purchase massachusetts >> reporter: this is how bad it's been, suburbs of vegas has seen storms. there were black listed warnings in hawaii i 9,000 feet. still, hawaii is getting snow. we have a clipper system pushing through tuesday afternoon. we'll talk that about in a minute or so. storm tracker 6 live double scan showing the moisture pulling on in. the heavier stuff is starting to work its way out to sea. eastern burlington county, northern atlantic county and
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southern ocean county reporting heavier downpours moderate to light rain west of philadelphia. we'll zoom into south jersey, we'll see lightning strikes over the water. there's quite a bit of instability, heavy downpours up and down the garden state parkway. atlantic city expressway seeing downpours north of hammonton. a little bit of a break through glassboro and west of the delaware river. one band of moisture is pulling away the next round is pulling in. periods of rain throughout the morning hours and the occasional shower by afternoon. 43 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint 41. winds out of the southwest at 7 miles. temperatures have climbed above freezing so we're not dealing with any issues of icing or sleet or anything lieu like this. allentown 36. philadelphia 43. 52 in sea isle and mill very well and dover 48. most locations will climb in the
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upper 50s some areas low 60s. very spring-like afternoon on the way. the temperatures will climb as 89 warm front pulls away, and clears the area, it will take the fog along with it and push it into upstate new york. half mile in lancaster and allen to unand 3 miles in millville. this is the last of it for now we'll catch a break around 10:00, 11:00 more showers will pull in later this afternoon. the heaviest by far will occur over the next hour or so. the arctic front is slicing the country in half. memphis, 42, saint louis 37. omaha, 2. busy mark, 3 below. on the other side of the front. in the 60s and 70s. jacksonville, 71. these are windchills across high plains nearly 40 below at international falls sue --
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souix falls. 30 below. this air mass will be sliding through in the next couple of days. there's no snow out there so the air mass will modify it will not with as dreadful as you what you just saw there. future tracker 6 getting more showers, this is the arctic front interacting with the warm air. there could thunderstorms developing along the coast 8:30 p.m. otherwise it's a gray and gloomy day, periods of rain and occasional showers and patchy fog from time to time. it is windchills over the next 24 to 36 hours. all day tomorrow, the windchills will be stuck in the teens and 20s. monday night into tuesday morning, same thing. tuesday night into wednesday the next rounds of coal air moves in. wednesday morning feeling like
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10 in reading, 17 in philadelphia. 5 in the poconos. today enjoy the milder weather. even though you'll see clouds and showers 63 in philadelphia. 65 in millville. winds and colder monday, 35, that comes around 8:00, 9:00. most of the time tomorrow we're below freezing, windchills in the 20s. the clipper system tuesday it's a very weak moisture-starvedz system. but -- starved system, but looks like there could be enough to drop an inch or two it could arrive in the morning commute. that will make things tricky there. the rest of the forecast is bitter cold. >> a bobcat survived a wild in arizona. the animal was hit by a car in scottsdale. the driver thought it was dead, when he stopped to check the vehicle for damage he found it
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was alive and stuck in the grill. >> it had not used up any of its nine lives. i felt very badly that it had been hit. i thought i killed it, but it's a new year's miracle. >> animal control responded to free the bobcat he is being treated and expected to fully recover. a new dating website calls settle for love, wants love birds to embrace imperfection. they want users to get real. list your pros like loving your family but if you're balancing or say you ever a bad sense of fashion be honest. the 30-year-old creator said he thought a lot of people were dishonest what he was looking for love on other sites.
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life's running out of shaving stuff. and thankfully being able to find backups. >> new this morning, a four-year-old boy is in critical condition after nearly drowning in a wave pool on a crews ship. the oasis of the sea returned to port in the everglades last night. the ship was at sea when the boy slipped below the surface in the wave pool. officials say the boy was under water for five to ten minutes. police are trying to figure out why it took so long for anyone to realize the boy was under water. >> 2013 forever change the life for rebecca demartino and others. but it gave her a new mission and ready to take it on with a new leg. a bomb went off at the boston
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marathon. 17 surgeries and 7 months later she decided to after trait her wounded leg. she received her prosthetic leg this week. >> the day i made the decision was to release what was holding me back. it only allowed me to be stronger. >> what a spirit. >> reporter: she plans to return to boston in april to finish the marathon. meanwhile, her young son said he is looking forward to playing with mom. the word blessed will be put on her new leg. >> a world celebrated classical pianist is coming to philadelphia one night only, david murphy has 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: the philadelphia chamber music society has made
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its mission to present exceptional musicians from around the world at prices low enough that virtually everyone can afford. later this month it's jonathan biss. at 34-year-old he has created a name for himself a pianist renown for his technique and poetry on the keyboard board. >> he is a deeplyntellectual figure. he is young still but he achieved everything you can as a musician. he plays with all the great orchestras. >> reporter: he studied at the curtis institute of music and now a teacher there.
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>> all right chris rollercoaster ride ahead. >> reporter: rollercoaster ride ahead, but at least we have football to watch today. we have thunderstorms across south jersey, we'll make a zoom into there and first and look at what's happening off the coast we're picking up thunderstorms 100 miles off the coast of will also. surf city reporting heavy downpours, monmouth county seeing heavier rain there as well. west of the delaware river you get into chadds ford an chester seeing heavier downpours that batch of moisture is pulling off toward the northeast. and should be in center city philadelphia within the next half-hour or so. the numbers fall off a cliff. rollercoaster ride. 63 degrees, 35 tomorrow. 30 tuesday light snow possible north of the city. 28 wednesday, 22 thursday, 33 friday all three days
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windchills stuck in the teens. >> 22, brutal. 7:56 now, "good morning america" weekend is next on channel 6. "action news" continues later this morning. here's some of the stories we're working on for you. a warning you need to know about before you light up your fireplace with glass door panels. why a canadian couple is giving away it's hawaiian vacation. plus, chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. now for eva pilgrim, chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han have a great sunday. we'll see you at 9:00.
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good morning, america. new overnight, that miracle survivor. what we are now learning about how a 7-year-old girl lived through the plane crash that killed the rest of her family. her brave trek through the cold, wet woods for help. >> she walked through briars and thorns. also this morning new information about the girl, her family and her father's experience as a pilot. wild weather. homes destroyed by suspected tornadoes. travel treacherous, the nasty mix of snow and ice and rain making for white-knuckle driving. a salt spreader even crashing into a house. the misery for millions on the roads and coming next, the deep freeze. flu epidemic. a virus on the march going strong in morning in almost half of america. th

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