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regular tacos any day. (woman) i think that they're light and they're just fresh tasting. (vo) it's time for a better taco. (kid) the tacos tonight were pretty much perfect. (vo) make the switch. look for jennie-o ground turkey at a store near you. >> good afternoon it's sunday, january 4. i'm nydia han along with eva pilgrim. >> right now thousands including many from our area have gathered for the funeral of
a slain police officer. many are mourning the loss of long time sports caster, stewart scott. >> more on those stories but first the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. warm today but not for long. >> reporter: maybe another 1 hours that's about it. let's get you outside and show you the view of the philadelphia international airport. early this morning we had fog some of the visibility were reduced to less than a mile. it's starting to clear out nicely. temperatures wise this will be the big story over the next couple of days. we'll see high temperatures closing in on 60 degrees in some areas, if not warmer today. tomorrow we'll get with highs barely above freezing. dover, 60. philadelphia, 52 and sea isle city sitting at 350 degrees. 67 in richmond, 60 in
washington d.c. the warm front you can follow it here by following that blue outline. it's pushing this way and all that warm ocean air will move inland from the east to the northwest. the cold front will approach from the west and knock this out to sea. that's when the big changes arrive. there's the cold front right there knocking on the door in pittsburgh just to the west now, same thing with buffalo. the air behind the front is significantly colder than what we're dealing with today. for the remainder of the afternoon, cloudy skies and areas of patchy fog showers are possible throughout the afternoon. 63 degrees is the forecasted high. normally we should around 41. later this weekend weekend be 20 degrees below average. i'll talk about in the seven-day forecast when i come back in just a bit. >> right now mourners are saying their final farewell to a new york city police officer who was shot and killed in the line of duty. >> there is a live look at the
funeral for officer wenjian liu in brooklyn who was married two months ago. his funeral arrangement were delayed is relatives from mine in a could attend. buddhist monks will lead the services followed by a police funeral. david henry joins us outside the fraternal order of police headquarters in the northeast. good afternoon david. >> reporter: good afternoon guys, there were 100 officers who went to new york to pay their respects to officer wenjian liu and to stand shoulder to shoulder to other officers from around the country. >> it's show our solidarity, not only to the citizens but more importantly to the officer's family. >> reporter: about 100 philadelphia police officers boarded buses at fop headquarters and headed to brooklyn where funeral services are being held for wenjian liu.
he and his partner remain waim were shot and -- rafael ramos were shot and killed in their patrol car before christmas. the execution-style murder sent shock waves throughout the country. it hit hardest with the law enforcement community. >> we wanted to show great support for the new york city police department and the family. >> reporter: this is the second time in a week that the can only continue gent has -- contingent of police officers made to the trip to new york for rafael ramos. that included officers from south jersey who gathered in a parking lot in belmawr. they headed to brooklyn and hours of standing in the cold and just to be there for each other. >> it represents the brotherhood of police not only nationally but world w50eud. i worldwide. it hurts all of us when one of us has fallen.
we want to pay our respects. >> reporter: another sign of respects the flag flying at half staff a reminder to everybody who passes by of what sacrifice really looks like. live in northeast philadelphia, david henry, channel 6 "action news." >> espn sportcaster stewart scottdied today at the age of 49. he remained dedicated to his work and two daughters despite undergo frequent therapy and radiation. he was honored for his fight against cancer. he talked about his refusal to let his disease defeat him. >> when you die it does not mean you lose to cancer. you beat cancer by how you live, why you live and the manner in which you live. >> bravo indeed.
scott said he survive because of the love and support of his two teenage daughters. a man suffered serious injuries after losing control on wet roads in camden county. police said the man flipped his car and landed in a reservoir. it managed to climb out of the car and climb on top of the vehicle. firefighters used a ladder to help him off the vehicle. he was taken to the hospital in stable condition. police in south jersey are looking for a person who set off an explosive device in a mail box. it happened on sequoia drive in cherry hill. police officers and fire crews arrived after they received a 911 call. video from surveillance cameras in the area is being checked to see if it might have been captured the suspect. >> one brother is behind
bars -- one prisoner is behind bars after he escaped from a wernersville correctional facility by setting off a fire alarm. hostetter was behind bars for robbery and martinez for burglary. shane montgomery body was found in the schuylkill river. montgomery disappeared in the early morning hours of thanksgiving day after a night out with friends in manayunk. his body was found less than a mile away from the bar where he was last seen. of an autopsy will be performed to determine the cause of death. annie mccormick has reaction to the news of montgomery's body being discovered. >> 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 divers discovered their 21-year-old son. >> we want to thank everyone for their support and prayers and love. they continue to pray for our family at this trying time. the people of manayunk and businesses 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. his parish st. john baptist became ground zero for search and rescue operations out of the basement. >> else home with god. -- he is home with god. he is home with his family. >> reporter: some parishners just learning the news. >> thank god i've been praying for him.
>> we were hoping it wasn't shane it was something else, but at the same time else in god's hands, he'll never feel pain, he'll never feel rain, he'll always be happy. >> reporter: ribbons were given out with shane's favorite color they are all over the christmas tree at the st. john baptist church. his mother thanked all the organizations that help to find her son and is thanking philadelphia police. no funeral arrangement also have not been made. >> if you're traveling on the pennsylvania turnpike today, be prepared to pay more than yesterday. the higher rate applies to cash an e-z pass customers. it will help pay pour a state reconstruction funding short
fall. this is the 7th toll increase in as many years. there's much more to come on "action news," including an announcement from pope francis. there is a proposal in okay home that prevents you from wearing concern clothes. >> reporter: some of you may see 60 degrees or warmer today an temperatures in the 20s and 30s the at the same time tomorrow. i'll have the details from accuweather when we come right back.
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>> you can feel the cold just looking at this video from north dakota. snow cold temperatures and heavy winds swept across the area. the deep freeze is expected to start in the red river valley that's where it could get to 20 below. the arctic conditions are expected to spread east by tuesday driving terms into the single digits. even the south as far as new orleans is expected to shiver with very cold readings, and we'll be shivering as well. >> not yet though. >> reporter: let's get you outside and speaking of cold, how about this shot the ice rink in penns landing which probably isn't too cold, because temperatures are in the 60s in parts of the area. the wind is picking up, as well. all the fog that you saw early this morning is starting to clear you out. it's looking better although it's gray and gloomy. you can see better than this
morning. we were socked in pretty good. a small line of showers pushing through center city this afternoon. those not too much with it again, it's very very light. we're only picking up the lighter shades of green. we're seeing cloudy skies with the occasional shower around otherwise patchy drizzle. we're mild, 52 in philadelphia. dewpoint 50. winds out of the south southwest at 13. they will continue to increase throughout the day. pressure reading 29.80-inches. the temperatures are mild in the south jersey. in the northern suburbs you'll climb into the 50s, as well. on the boardwalk in atlantic city 54. sea isle city, 54. the normal high for this time of the year is 40 or 41. we're already 14 degrees above average. the numbers will continue to climb from this point on, until this front slides through later this evening. this is the arctic front that's
pushing through pittsburgh and buffalo. there's cold stuff behind the front. not much going on. get a load of the numbers. 3 in omaha. 43 in cincinnati. 63 in raleigh. there's the front right there slicing the county in half here. it will continue to push east over the next 24 to 36 hours. so for today, because the front is off to the west, the winds are out out of the southwest that will pump us up into the 60s. still a chance of showers otherwise mainly cloudy today. tomorrow we'll clear the clouds out, it will pull into the new england and canadian maritimes. winds shift and it will be blustery windchills in the teens and 20s. we'll time the front to for you. lots of clouds today, a couple of showers no big deal. later this evening, there will a lot of warm air in places across
south jersey, here comes the arctic front plowing into the air mass, there could thunderstorms erupting down the shore from wildwood to atlantic atlantic city and lakehurst. you could here thunder out of the that and pick up a downpour before it works out to sea. these are the windchills monday morning, 19 in allentown, 24 in in philadelphia. 17 in lancaster. we're talking high temperatures in the 06s and windchills first thing tomorrow morning in the teens. 36 in philadelphia. 65 in millville. wilmington 62. dover, 66. much milder, instead of periods of rain, we'll say scattered showers are possible through the the afternoon. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 63 today here you go, 35 tomorrow, windy and colder, windchills in the teens and 20s. we get to tuesday clipper system pulls on through. there's not much moisture with
it, there could enough to drop an inch or two of snow. temperatures below freezing, windchills in the teens. wednesday, windchills in the teens. thursday 22, windchills in the teens. it keeps going and going and going. the second half of it, we pull out of. high of 38 sunday. >> an oklahoma lawmaker wants to ban hoodies, it will go with an existing line that uses hoods in the commission of a crime. the new amendment would make it illegal to hide your identity in public. >> you might have personal issues for keeping them on, maybe they are having a bad hair day or have cancer an losing their hair. >> i don't think that solution will work. i just thing that will calls a little bit more tension win the community. >> the sponsor of the amendment
said he is hiding to make oklahoma safer. there's exceptions protection from the weather and items worn during a parade. >> the founder of facebook wants to read more books this year, he plans to read a book every two weeks,er launched a book club on facebook. you can log on and see what he is reading now. the first book of this year is the end of power. it's a paperback version listed as sold out on amazon after the announcement. life's running out of shaving stuff. and thankfully being able to find backups.
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welcome back, sky6 live hd hd taking a live look at cape may new jersey, warm and unseasonable warm today. it will cool down quickly this week, make sure you pull that jacket out. >> in "healthcheck" we know that too little sleep can affect your memory. it can lead to false memories. an experiment with volunteers a team from michigan state university and california irvine said if you're tired your recall may not be accurate. vacations may seem out of reach, many join travel clubs but buyer beware. bottom line they may not be worth your money. >> teresa received an enticing offer in the mail free round trip airfare if she and her
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straight games. here's ducis rogers with the rest of the sunday morning sports. >> reporter: good morning we'll start off on the ice no claude giroux last night. he suffered a nasty cut to his lower leg in the previous game. flyers visit with the devils getting busy. the former flier scores 1-0 new jersey. end of the period, inside ten seconds the flyers give up another one. 3-0. he gets the hat trick in the second period. he is the oldest player in nhl history to do so. the flyers drop another game.
chip kelly gets to run the show he'll be in charge of all personnel decisions including the nfl draft. he'll higher to replace tom gamble who was let go earlier in the week. ed manowitz is a serious candidate. bruise air leading the cards. carolina takes a 20-14 lead. arizona gets 77 yards, the lowest total of nfl playoff history. the panthers win 27-16. steelers and ravens, second quarter, raves down 3-0. former temple running back bernard pierce.
baltimore joe flacco has 7 win also in the playoffs. that's the most of any quarterback in playoff history. the ravens win they visit the patriots next week. that should be a great game. that's sports this morning i'm ducis rogers you have yourself a good day. >> another hour of "action news" is just ahead. chris sowers has the story on the upcoming cold front when "action news" continues.
>> happening right now on "action news," thousands including many from our area have gathered to say a final farewell to a slain new york city police officer. >> new developments this noon on the search for bodies and wreckage of airasia flight 8501. >> plus pope francis announced changes in the church this morning today. >> first a check on the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. you have the raincoat on today. >> reporter: for being in the 50s, it doesn't feel always warm as i thought it would have felt out here. it's warm for january standards but it doesn't feel as warm. i don't know, 8 miles in philadelphia everybody has come up. look at the tens toward the
south, that's the max when you when you get to ten miles that means no visibility there. far western suburbs are socked in pretty good. .3 in lancaster. half mile in reading. .3 in allentown 3 miles in the poconos. the warm front is pushing toward the northwest. 42 in reading, 352 in philadelphia. 60 in dover. that mild air will push from southeast to northwest. it will eventually clear on it the entire area and the fog should move along with it toward upstate new york. storm tracker 6 live double scan for the most partly we're clear. every now and then you pick up a scattered shower or patchy drizzle. nothing too terribly heavy. over to the other side of the delaware river. into cherry hill reporting rain drops, glassboro and berlin
getting wet. route 130 and route 42 rain falling, but not too heavy. forecast for the remainder of the afternoon a few scattered showers around not looking like a wash. patchy drizzle and areas of fog as well. 63 degrees that's the forecasted high. it comes to an abrupt end by the time we get into the morning commute, numbers in the 20s and 0s, windchills in the teens. i'll talk about that when i come back inside in just a few minutes. >> mourners are saying their final farewell to a new york city police officer who was shot an killed in the line of duty. wenjian liu got married two months ago. his funeral arrangements were delayed so his relatives from china could attend. hundreds of officers from our area are in new york for the funeral. david henry is outside the fop
headquarters in the northeast. >> reporter: good afternoon guys. 100 philadelphia police officers at the fop lodge left before dawn in two full buses and dozen cars, it is strong showing for solidarity and respect for wenjian liu. >> it's extremely important that we show our solidarity not only to the citizens, but more importantly to the officer's family. >> reporter: the officers boarded the buses early this morning for the trip up the new jersey new jersey turnpike to new york. dozens of new jersey officers did the same departing from belmawr around 7:30. joining others from around the country to pay their last respects to a fallen comrade. wenjian liu and his partner rafael ramos were assassinated in their patrol car december 20th. thousands of officers attended a memorial service yesterday. officers from this area have
given up a sunday at home with their families to stands in the cold rain for hours, they say it's a small sacrifice compared to what the two new york officers and their families have lost. >> it effects every one of us, we wanted to make sure we had a great showing of support not only for the new york city police department, but for the community and the family. >> it represents the brotherhood of police not only nationally but worldwide. it hurts all of us, when one of us is fallen. and we just want to go down and pay our respects. >> reporter: the flag at fop lodge five headquarters flies at half staff a reminder that two police officers made the ultimate sacrifice in service of the public. live in northeast philadelphia, david henry, channel 6 "action news." eva? >> thanks, david. philadelphia firefighters rushed to a car accident in the hunting park section early this morning and found they would a murder on their hands.
the action cam was on the scene of north deli street. the 49-year-old driver was speeding when his car smashed into a parked carat 3:45. when firefighters reached him they found he was shot in the chest and pronounced at the scene. police found a bullet she will in the car. homicide detectives are trying to determine where the shooting actually tombs and who did it. a limo driver is shot and killed in west philadelphia and police thunk a marriage he picked up -- a passenger he picked up pulled the trigger. just after 7:00 p.m., the 25-year-old driver was shot in the head on the 5400 block of delancy street in west philadelphia. the driver's girlfriend was with him. she was not hurt. cash and cell phone was taken from the limousine. the philadelphia police say with all homicide there's a 20,000-dollar reward for information leading to an arrest. funeral arrangements are being made for 21-year-old shane
montgomery. his body was discovered in the schuylkill river this weekend ending an agonizing five-week long search. kenneth moten has more. >> reporter: green ribbons and flyers have been a fixture in manayunk for the missing west chester student shane montgomery. now shane has been found. his body discovered in the schuylkill saturday before noon. his cell phone still on him. grieving roxborough parents were there. today we have done what we promised. we have found and brought shane home. we want to thank everyone for their support and prayers and love. and continue to pray for our family at this trying time. >> shane disappeared after a night auto with friends thanksgiving morning. he was seen leaving kildare's public at closing time and stumbling across the bridge toward the business. last week, divers located
shane's keys in the water. saturday they found him him half mile away. >> where he was was about waist deep. the center of the river there are holes 8 feet deep. not real deep. moving current. >> loved ones and their pastor and the employees of the brewing company watched as the divers worked. >> we became family with his family. it broke us down, when they brought shane in it was a sad situation. >> reporter: the search is over, the investigation into how he died is just the beginning. there are no obvious signs of foul play to the body. those who were following the search came to the river with so many questions. >> where would he have gone what would he have done what happened to him. it's the big question. >> reporter: divers say scouring the river was a teed -- tedious
process. the medical examiner is conducting an autopsy to determine the cause of shane's death. kenneth moten channel 6 "action news." >> our coverage of the story continues online at 6abc.com. there you can read about the time line of the search and the community effort to find shane along with information about vigils being organized in the day to come. angry passengers have landed in san francisco after being stuck in a plane at the abu dhabi airport for 12 hours. they said they were hungry and sleep deprived. their flight sat on the tarmac for half a day and the airline would not let them get off the plane. once the plane was air airborne it took 16 hours to reach the destination. all total the passengers spent 28 hours on the plane. search crews found three more bodies from airasia flight
8501. the plane crashed into the java sea last sunday killing all 162 people on board. crews have recovered 34 bodies. officials think they have located large pieces of wreckage on the sea floor. search teams expect to find many more victims in the debris. two divers reached the area but had to return to the surface immediately because of poor weather conditions. all 25 crew members of a car carrier ship has been rescued after it ran aground after hitting a sands bar mere near the isle of white off the cost of england. the vessel left south hampton ton for germany. it has a large number of vehicles on board. a massive blaze in china killed five firefighters and 11 others. the first floors of the buildings were warehouse the
upper leaves were residential units. the fire is still burning in the warehouse section and heavy smoke is visible from outside. investigators are trying to determine the cause of the fire. fierce heat from a slow-burning blaze kept firefighters and other investigators from searching a greek ferry for more bodies. a predawn blaze killed 1 is people on voyage between greece and italy. police fear more bodies might be inside the vehicle deck where the fire began. north korea has denied any role in the breach of tens of thousands of confidential e-mails and business files from sony. pole i couldn't pyongyang pieces the u.s. of stirring up controversies against the north korean leader.
pope francis announced he will name 15 new cardinals during a meeting on february 14. they come from 13 countries none from the united states, one vatican analysts notes new cardinals are important because they set the tone and they are responsible for electing the next pope. this is the second time pope francis has pointed a group of car cardinals. last year he installed 19 new cardinals. a new year ordeal for one utah family. it began when one of the children said she spotted a big cat near their cabin. the story coming up. >> the chamber music pianist with ties with philadelphia comes home. 6abc loves the arts looks at his accomplishments. sky6 live hd looking at philadelphia international
a salt truck slid off a road in allegheny county and slammed into that home there. the homeowner said he was upstairs when he heard a boom. the truck damaged a wall of the home and ended up on the side. the truck driver was not hurt in the accident. plenty of drivers needed help on slick roads in the lehigh valley this weekend. a light snow fell in lower bethel township in north hampton county. the snow changed over to rain just as accuweather and our chris sowers predicted. >> yea chris! >> reporter: i'm glad that worked out. let's go live on sky 678 uni
would have heard it. there's the view in camden, that's the camden waterfront. we have clouds out there this afternoon and dealing with patchy drizzle from time to time. look at the numbers they have shot up there. millville, 60 degrees, dover pushing 60. philadelphia 52. allentown 39 there's a large temperature contrast around the delaware valley. trenton, 50. the warm front actually looks like this. it is pushing this way. it should get into the lehigh valley in the next a couple of hours. our far western suburbs will climb into the 50s as well when all is said and done. the numbers take a turn for the worst. if you're not a big fan of the cold and snow. this front right here, thises an arctic front this will push east just when you thought everything was going to feel great and you warmed up, this front slammed through and put an end to it quickly as the arctic air starts to rush on on in from
the west. at that point it will set up a cold week for us in the delaware valley. all week long temperature-wise we'll stay below freezing. snow is flying across the great lake states this afternoon. quiet through the southern tier part of the nation. the high plains nothing going on, as well. everything out here along the eastern seaboard squall line developing toward florida none of that makes it here, it will push off the coast. it's very quiet but cold chose across the high plains. 6 below in bismarck. 24 in chicago. 43 in cincinnati. you can see how the numbers just drop off the farther west we go. all that cold air is pushing east. now the last several cold shots we've seen they have gone down into texas and suddenly bounced back up into canada. we won't mills out on -- miss out on this cold shot. we could see a round. thunderstorms developing along the coast southern sussex county
to lakehurst, new jersey as the milder front interacts with the colder air. some of this could make it east into the poconos or maybe the northern portions of the lehigh valley first thing monday morning. we'll see a clipper move in on its heels as it gets to tuesday. it's a quick-moving system. it's out of alberta it's a moisture-starved storm. always it slides through temperatures will be cold enough where everything sticks. it doesn't look all that impressive but it could be good enough to produce an inch or two of snow in parts of the area because temperatures wise we'll be below freezing. these are windchills tomorrow morning. we're going from 63 to 7:00 a.m., reading 18. 17 in in allentown and 8 in the
poconos. tuesday morning teens for everybody except for extreme southern portions of south jersey. the numbers take a break tuesday evening and back into the deep freeze 9 for reading, 11 in allentown. 14 for philadelphia. these are windchills not actual air temperatures are these are cold considering we've been used to temperatures well above average over the last couple of weeks. tuesday's clipper periods of light snow. very cold temperatures, minor accumulations for the most part, maybe an inch or two north and west. ful there will be a high fluff factor because the temperatures are so cold you'll be able to brush it off with a broom if you get accumulation out of it. occasional rain, patchy fogs, 63 degrees is the forecasted high. overnight showers in the evening, otherwise windy and turning sharply colder. 30 outlying suburbs, 32 center
city. 35 degrees monday, 30 tuesday deep freeze by the middle of the week. wednesday, 28. thursday brisk anne frigid, high of 22. >> a utah family didn't have fireworks over new year's, they were bills keeping a big cat away. they used flashlights, they did not have a cougar hiding out but a mountain lion, but much larger and dangerous cat. >> he had a head the size of a basketball. the saws were huge. >> he is starting to get up now. that's not what you want to see under the house. utah division wildlife officials
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life's running out of shaving stuff. and thankfully being able to find backups. one of the world's most celebrated classical pianist is coming to philadelphia for a one-night only show. david murphy has 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: the philadelphia chamber music society has made 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 years old he has created a name for himself as one of the most distinctive voices in the world of chamber music. a peen i -- pianist renown for his technique and poetry on the
keyboard. he made his new york stage debut at age 20 and two years later launchedded -- launched his european career. >> he is young but achieved everything you can as a musician. he plays with you will atmosphere great orchestras. >> reporter: he tudied at the curtis institute of music and teaches there. >> we'll have the second worked of school. >> reporter: he'll want to take that journey with him throughout the course the concert. jonathan performings january 22.
recapping our top stories on "action news," 80 off duty philadelphia police officers are in new york city for the funeral of police officer wenjian liu. this is a live look in brooklyn. officer wenjian liu and his partner were killed last month by a man who then killed himself. he stated he was seeking
vengeance for the police-involved killing of michael brown and eric garner. stewart scott a well-known sports announcer has passed away from cancer. he leaves behind two teenage daughters. >> let's get a last check of accuweather. >> reporter: we have rain and fog is possible from time to time. 35 degrees winds and colder monday. 30 for tuesday, there will be a period of snow as the clipper system pushes through. right now accumulations look minor, may be an inch. 28 wednesday thursday is a big deal. 22 windchills in the single digits and teens. friday 33, saturday, 35. >> orlando's citrus parade is next on channel 6. now for chris sowers and the
>> demeanian rodney here. happy new year, everybody. it's time for the florida citrus parade. and i'm so into parades. and when i say i'm into parades i mean, i'm into parades. let's get this thing started and started off right. (whistle). >> mit! [music.] >> hang tight for the florida citrus parade starring over 100,000 pieces of fresh florida citrus. it's all part of orlando bowl week college football featuring the russell athletic bowl and the buffalo wild wings citrus bowl. we'll have athletic bowls from around the