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>> good morning 6:00 a.m. on this monday, january 26. here's what's happening. >> we are tracking snow, accuweather is getting ready for the big storm of the season. the first one is set to arrive today. >> we're tracking the morning commute, be careful about slick spots as you get going to work and school this morning. >> archdiocesan and public schools have announced an early dismissal for early learning schools. we have them at the bottom of
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the screen and >> let's find out what's going on with accuweather, david murphy is outside and karen rogers has your commute inside. good morning. >> reporter: this is really a snow situation that comes in two parts and the first one today isn't all that bad. we have flurries on the terrace. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows we're now only dealing with light snow bands coming from the south. this is because of clipper system coming up from the south. it's changing over to rain in dover, delaware and cape may. we have light bands of snow pushing up through the region on and off. the bigger issue is down the to the south developing off the coast of north carolina. it's a nor'easter coming up the coast for now there's winter weather alerts in effect a warning in philadelphia and trenton and down in wilmington and over toward lancaster it's a
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watch where we expect less snow and blizzard warning in effect in ocean county and points north through noks and long island -- new york city and long island, because those areas are closer to the coast and closer to the center of the storm. we could have heavier amounts and strong winds and whiteout conditions there. what to expect, between now and 6:00 p.m., light snow. between 6:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. steady snow bands develops. between 2:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. when the storm system intensifies well get the heaviest precipitation. above freezing the farther south you go. as you step outside today it stays cold 32 degrees. future tracker 6 shows the arrival and departure of the snow, and we'll have the latest potential for snowfall amounts coming up. >> reporter: the secondary roads are getting slick as well as
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ramps. upper state road at horsham road, you can see the slush on the roads. the snow very lightly coming down, but it is coming down in montgomery county. let's switch over to a problem on 422 we've got an accident eastbound at keim looking at speeds in the 40s eastbound. watch for that. a new accident in upper hanover township water street at state street. we've seen a handful accidents. waffle your ramps here's a good shot of the ramps the snow is creeping in on the roads there's a little bit of shine. there is the blue route, mid county where traffic is moving okay. i-95 southbound traffic heading toward cottman if you have to get out today and have to worry about the snow. the main roads are looking wet. give yourself extra time watch the secondary roads and the ramps and overpasses. >> good advice, let's go over
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to annie mccormick. annie mccormick we saw sideways snow with you what's it looking like now. >> reporter: we had a short burst of that a half-hour ago. the big thing it was going sideways the wind is picking up at this point and that's what's making the temperatures feel cold. you can take a look at the light behind me, you can see the flurries coming down. traffic is just picking up along route 70 in pennsauken. the burst came a half-hour ago. we do know the roads have been treated. new jersey has been getting prepared from yesterday overnight, new jersey dot crews along with contractors had 2600 salt trucks and plow trucks out here getting prepared treating the roads. at this point whatever falls down will be okay hitting the roads in and around south jersey. we're hearing there is more snow
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southern of here, that's expected to come this way. that burst was a half-hour ago for now we're told there are number of trucks on standby watching waiting, and getting prepared. people are getting prepared including this woman who packed a bag. this morning you're getting filled up with gas. >> because i was afraid it was going to start snowing during the night i wouldn't get to work, so i left early. >> reporter: and back out here live she is a worker who is packing a bag to stay overnight in case she is not able to get home in pennsylvania from her job in southern new jersey. watching waiting and staying prepared. reporting live in pennsauken annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> let's take a trip on mobile 6 and see what's going on. we're in the germantown section of philadelphia. we've got a little septa bus there a little greenlight coming up here. look out for slick spots on the roads. temperatures on city avenue, 29 degrees with the snow from
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the overnight there could slick spots out there do be careful take it slow. let's go live to "action news" report,, chad chad perdelli. >> reporter: if we are keeping score, i would be our region 1 mother nature zero. but we know that will change. current conditions on 20. we've seen penndot on up and down the roads all morning long. they were treating the major roads with brine yesterday and now they are putting down the rock salt getting ready for the impending storm today and tomorrow. penndot will have more than 400 trucks on the roads. are there own trucks and contractors out there they are calling this a multi-day event. >> over the next few days, we want motorists to pay close attention to the forecast.
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in areas where the forecast is calling for significant snow, we will ask citizens if possible to postpone your trip if you can do that, especially if we're in the midst of a storm where we might get an inch or two inches an hour. if you don't have to travel, please don't. >> reporter: so, if you're going to be heading to work this morning, the roads are in nice shape. at least the major thoroughways. some of the bridges, of course they can freeze over and get slick in spots. be careful if you're out there especially later on this evening, and into tomorrow, if you can like penndot says stay off the roads. chad perdelli channel 6 "action news." >> let's take you to sky 6 down the shore in atlantic city, you can see the camera jumping a little bit. you can see a breeze there, we know the snow and the winds will be factors as the day goes on. >> flight cancellations are
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mounting along the east coast. maribel aber continues our coverage of the approaching winter storm live at the nasdaq. hey maribel. >> reporter: the big u.s. airlines are waiving fees for changing flights due to the weather. flyers will be granted a waiver. philadelphia new york, boston and check with your carrier for details. talk on stocks, mixed trading session friday, futures pointing to a lower open. a new app tells parents and professors if the students are missing class. if a student is not present it alerts the parents professor or college administrator. it notifies the student that he
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missed a class. >> i have dreams i'm back in college, i am missing classes. >> reporter: wow, i have nightmare mayors about paying for it -- nightmares about paying for it, so there you go. laughr. there's a changeover to rain in dover. we have lighter bands coming through philadelphia. it break apart and now we have a lull pretty disorganized light bands pushing toward the north. this will be light and on the disorganized side tonight we kick in with the heavier stuff. as we look outside, we have the and i airport. the winds are not as strong as later, but they are starting to pick up. the temperature is 30 degrees, there's the east/northeast windy
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at 17 miles per hour. well get gusts up to 40 miles per hour maybe higher into tonight and tomorrow morning as the storm passes us by along the coast. between 9:00 and 11:30 or noon, yes there could steadier bands coming through at times but the rest of the afternoon it's on and off snow shower activity and we're not expecting a whole lot of snow out of this, probably one to three inches during the first round. 28 by 8 can a.m. the high will be 32. this morning's snow is the clipper system not the nor'easter the clipper is going to the south. but it is transferring the energy into a coastal low that will become a nor'easter. we're seeing the formation of that down by the carolinas right now. as that pushes past us it will intensify and to say heavy snow into the east coast. if you're in boston or new york,
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you're right in the middle of this line. in philadelphia we're much closer to the beginning of this, there's a question how soon this low will bomb out and how quickly it will produce the heavy snowfall amounts. is so, some uncertainty with this. future tracker 6 shows heavy bands are possible during the nighttime hours and more will flow in during the morning broadcast tomorrow, we'll be on at 4:00 a.m. to get you going with this early. at 5:00 a.m. it's over by the coast and lighter in the northern and western suburbs. around noon it starts to pull away and in the afternoon the snow is over. we're expecting a lot of variation in the modelings right now. a significant snow is likely. it's a tricky snowstorm with models not agreeing. maybe the storm want to deepen up the coast and not give us the
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heavy bands. we'll tomorrow you to prepare for 8 to 1 inches in philadelphia and much -- 8 to 12-inches and much more to the east. 4 to 8 in the western suburbs. in the models are right and that storm doesn't intensify until further up the coast we could be going for 4 to 8 inches. tomorrow -- tonight into tuesday morning is the heaviest snow bands. today, light snow, tomorrow, heavier snow high of 30. sunny and cold wednesday in the wake of the storm. 29 the high there. 35 with clouds increasing on thursday, friday we could see flurries doesn't look like anything more than that. and hopefully dry for the weekend. there was something on sunday for the models earlier but would wow it gets cold, overnight lows, 8 11 15. >> it is now 6:12, when we
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>> 6:16, yes people going to work and school today. we had a little bit of snow overnight, but as you see here, the platt bridge things are moving just fine. >> karen you're telling everybody to be careful there can slick spots out there. >> reporter: it's slushy at times, i'm tweeting 6abc hash tag right there. we're taking a live look chalfonte, bucks county. stump road at lime kiln pike, the secondary roads there's more snow, you can see the tire marks at the intersection. we had an accident at 422 eastbound at keim street that has cleared. i would be prepared to take it slowly as you head out. the main roads for the most part look wet.
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rittenhouse road at township line road we had a disabled vehicle that cleared, as well as an accident at level road at yerky's road. this is city avenue, westbound the overpass is wet, you have to watch they don't get icy. for now you're moving good. the ramp from 295 southbound, we have a disabled vehicle off to the right shoulder. be careful as you head out. let's look at storm tracker 6 live double scan. we're seeing the snow this is actually moving up of the coastline here we've watched it fill in new jersey and delaware, in delaware along 301 and route 49 and salem an millville. getting some snow, it's touchy here glassboro, the snow is coming down in hammonton medford lakes. route 90. you see the city i felt not
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looking too bad with flurries out there matt. >> thank you. new from berks county the search for answer now that a man was found dead inside a charred car. the man's body was discovered in a parked car in amity township yesterday morning. fire crews were called to the scene because the car was engulfed in flames. an autopsy was performed on the body, but the results were not released. philadelphia police are searching for the theives who stabbed a woman who was four months pregnant. the action cam was on the scene of west wyoming avenue in feltonville at 1:30. the woman sphawght back and fired -- fought back and fired several shots from a legally owned gun. it is unclear if she shot anyone. she is in the hospital in stable condition. the robbers fled in a small
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black vehicle. >> snow will be forming along the coastline today. >> mobile 6 is making its way through philadelphia, the streets are clear but that could change as the day goes on. we'll be back with more from david. david. >> reporter: all right, guys, we have kids dressed warmly, as you send them off to school, but they will be coming home early. light snow today and potentially more tonight more details coming up.
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>> reporter: if i thought to bring my daughter's girl scout cookies in i could have made a fortune today. if you're getting the munchies heading out. this is the pass i couldn't -- passyunk at the schuylkill. the ramps and overpasses be careful. the traffic lights on passyunk the lights are out police are there to direct traffic.
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>> reporter: storm tracker 6 live double scan shows you round one of our snow as expected is fairly light. we just got light disorganized bands, one dissipating in northern bucks county. another trying to come in over south jersey and falling apart and we have the change to rain to the south. overall it's cold, if you're depressing the kids dress them warmly on the way to school and the way home. 32 degrees is the high today. we're looking for 1 to 3 inches of snow during the day. it's later tonight when the heavy snow bands are moving in with the nor'easter. we could be looking at heavy snowfall accumulations overnights in through tomorrow morning. a couple of different scenarios where and when the storm intensifies is unclear. we are on the bubble there's the possible of decent snowfall. matt and tam. >> thank you david.
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coming up matt pellman will look at driving conditions across the area. >> we're be looking at live coverage of the nor'easter heading toward the area. annie mccormick is live in south jersey. annie? >> reporter: that's right we're live in pennsauken where we're seeing on and off flurries and the winds are picking up. we'll have the details next.
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6:25, hello mobile 6.
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got some traffic on broad street heading up to philadelphia city hall. look out for slick spots today. >> let's look around the region, matt pellman has a look at 6 in 60. >> reporter: get your stopwatch ready. here we go we're starting in chester county on the 30 bypass, downtown tail lights heading eastbound. we're getting a little bit heavy from 322 out to 113. once you get outside, this is camera 2 the boulevard in east falls. this is what you'll deal with on your windshield. you'll need to scrape or let the cars warm up. trust me things are moving fine on the schuylkill expressway. new hope are yardley wet in the area, watch it on the ramps. camera 6. buildings southbound volume turning the work seen of -- zone
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cottman avenue. vine street express way by the schuylkill expressway. no delays, we made to camera number 6. 42 freeway creek road buildings northbound traffic. made it. >> golf clap. >> impressive mr. pellman. our coverage of the approaching winter storm continues on "action news." >> david murphy will be back with the track and the timing and the snow totals across the region.
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seeing how slick they are from the first round of snow we got overnight. >> because of that many schools are announcing changes. philadelphia public and archdiocesan schools are going to let students out at noon today. we have the latest when it comes to school closing and delays at the bottom of the screen and >> let's over to david and karen. >> reporter: good morning, guys we're off to a flurry-milled morning and snow showers. -- flurry-filled morning and snow showers. as you can see down south there's a snow band buildings in. a couple of snow showers up to the north is getting on out of here. that's totaling one to three inches. down to the south off the coast of the carolinas, that's the beginning of the coastal low pressure center that will shoot past us as a nor'easter tonight and tomorrow. we're looking at the potential
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for heavy snow. today into tuesday morning especially tonight i would say because during the day we're looking at light precipitation we have a watch and warning and over to the right and ocean county and points north a blizzard warning. we're looking for the potential of a decent snowfall in the center, less to the left to the west in that watch area. boy, in that area where you're looking at the blizzard conditions we're looking at heavy snow and whiteout conditions and strong windy gusts. here's what to expect today and tuesday morning. it's light snow now totaling one to three inches. after 6:00 p.m. steady snow bands begin to develop and between 2 and 8:00 p.m. that's where we see the heavy precipitation. 30 degrees in philadelphia. below freezing in allentown a little above down south. as we roll through the day we hold on to freezing for the high. light snow and heavier stuff coming in tonight.
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there's a couple of different scenarios on how much snow is coming in i'll show them to you coming up. karen. >> reporter: we're below freezing today our high yesterday was 46 degrees, so we're seeing a lot of melting on the main highways. here we're looking at the secondary road. 202 near lime kiln pike in chal sphont bucks -- chalfonte bucks county. we're seeing snowfall on the sides of the road. there's a school bus moving through, be careful as you head out. hanover township water street at state street we have an accident. slow it down. we have a handful of accidents. 422 eastbound traffic moving at oaks, moving fine at this point. we saw an earlier accident on 422 on one of the ramps involving a snowplow that has cleared. on the ben franklin bridge not seeing speed restrictions just
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yet. i would watch for that as the day develops. no major problems here. delaware, speed restrictions 55 miles per hour, 495 and new jersey turnpike, as well. >> we continue our team coverage with annie mccormick live in pennsauken, new jersey. >> reporter: hi, annie. >> reporter: hey, matt we're seeing flurries in the past hour the biggest effects we're feeling is the wind. in fact right now the colder temperatures are feeling like freezing because the wind continue to pick up. take a look at the video of people getting ready for what is to come at the wegmans last night on route 70 in cherry hill getting all the essentials they need. and this morning we are camping with people telling us how they are preparing for what could be a multiday event. >> what they always do when
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there's a lot snow, eat and sleep. [laughter]. >> reporter: what about work? >> work, hopefully we won't have none tomorrow. >> i work down the street and i am probably going to stay there tonight. because i live in pennsylvania. so i don't like to take any chances. >> reporter: back out here live, some people telling us they are packing bags preparing for what could come. you can see in the streetlight the flurries we're seeing at this point, there was a heavier burst 45 minutes ago. the roads are treated overnight. new jersey dot telling us along with their trucks and contractors they were out brining and salting the roads getting prepared for whatever comes our way. reporting live in pennsauken, new jersey, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> thank you for that. let's go over to mobile 6 that is making its way down broad
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toward city hall taking a look at what things look like in north philadelphia. you can see the commute has built you mean a little bit. there are more cars on the roads. now looking good, that will change as the day goes along. let's go over to chad perdelli live in king of prussia montgomery county, pennsylvania. how is it looking for you chad? >> reporter: looking good, tam when we arrived there was light flurries, but since then no snow at all. the road conditions looking nice on 202. it is wet but any snow that did fall has basically melted. we've seen penndot trucks going up and down the roadway. talked to penndot yesterday. they were out on the roads brining the major thoroughways and the secondary roads getting the first coat on so it would melt. we're seeing rock salt being applied throughout the day.
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penndot has 400 trucks to attack the region making the roads as safe as possible. it's a multi-day event the crews will be working in a 12 hour shift they will be staggered and busy in the next 48 hours. of course the first storm not a major event. expecting an inch to three inches, as david said. tonight into tomorrow, is when the big storm is expected. how much snow is expected not clear that will be falling throughout the evening. penndot is ready. they are urging drivers to stay off the roads especially tonight and tomorrow, if you have to be on the roads give the salt trucks room so they can apply the salt to the roadways. i'm live at king of prussia chad perdelli channel 6 "action news." >> important point, thank you chad. let's take a live look at philadelphia international airport. have about 100 cancellations at
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phl. that's the same story at many of the airports up and down the east coast. willwill a -- will laguardia has 214. there's the number to call 1-800-phl-gate. now, make sure you download the storm tracker 6 live app it has the latest accuweather forecast along with access to live radar and you can use the report your weather feature to let us know what is happening in your neighborhood. >> breaking right now. we have new video of firefighters and the secret service investigating a drone that ended up on the grounds of the white house. president obama spokesperson josh ernest said the drone never posed a threat. the secret service set up a security perimeter around the white house as a precaution, nobody knows how it ended up over there. >> you'll keep an eye on that. you're keeping an eye on all the
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models what is the latest? >> reporter: i have a new one. storm tracker 6 live handling round one of the precipitation this is not the nor'easter and it is not heavy snow. we have rain in southern cape may county, rain the southern half of delaware, the snow that is falling is light. all the dark are shades of gray, this doesn't pour tend heavy snow. the brighter bands of bright north of hammonton and around medford lakes. you'll see to the north we're seeing the snow break up in northern bucks county and push off to the north. bands of light snow to moderate snow that's all we'll see until later today and tonight when the heavier stuff buildings in. we have clouds down the shore rain here or there in atlantic city you're in a bit of a lull. i could see light snowflakes
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coming in after that. 30 degrees is the temperature in philadelphia. 31 in wilmington. 20 in allentown. not much better in reading and trenton. the farther south you go the better chance you have of rain, the surface temperatures are above freezing along the coast. future tracker 6 shows between 10:00 and 1:00 it's a broken pattern of precipitation. from the rest of the afternoon up until 7:00 p.m. it's on and off snow showers we're not expecting a whole lot all of the first round. 2 to 3 1 to 2 down south. and along the 0 coast rain. 3 inches in allentown. down the shore rain and snow mixing in especially the farther north you go along the shoreline, 36 degrees. in philadelphia of course cloudy
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skies light to moderate on and off snow. 32 is the high. the winds will get more blustery as the day goes on. it will be cold high of 32 this afternoon. as we take a look at tonight and overnight. that's when the heavier bands are possible. at # p.m. you see -- 7:00 p.m. you see it showing up in darker shades of green and 11 perform we have heavy band toward lakehurst. tomorrow it's heavier snow by the coast. fairly significant snow in the center portion of the region. by noon it's ending across the region and quickly after that everybody dries out. here's the new model i talked about. we're looking at a a couple of of these the euro and the nam. the gfs rolled out a new version that upped its number at 7.6. there are other models that don't want much in philadelphia.
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i know there are junior forecasters saying hey the new euro came out and it is saying nothing at all. but you have to hone in all the models. i want you to prepare for 8 to 12 inches. there are some scenarios that will make it larger than that. the center to the coast, 12 to 18 inches. we have blizzard conditions in ocean county up into new york city and long island. this is assuming that the nor'easter intensifies as it gets close to us and starts to produce the heavy bands. if the waits until further north and intensifies and the numbers drop it will go 4 to 8. and 8 to 12 up by trenton. we'll have an issue with wind gusts down the shore, 40 to 50 miles per hour and significant the rest of the way too, you combine that with heavy
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snow we could see power outages out of this. on and off light snow throughout the day. overnight tonight heavy snow, 30 is the high. wednesday, 29. clouds increase thursday, 35. clouds increase friday, possible flurries. saturday and sunday, cold with a capital c and in the single digits overnight saturday into sunday morning. >> dangerous fumes fill a philadelphia home overnight sending several people to the hospital. karen. >> reporter: we're seeing traffic move okay, but delays are starting to form from the 30 bypass eastbound to 202 northbound. we're looking exton chester county, 02 the thirty bypass, you see snowfall on the sides of the roads and the median.
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"action news" comes right back.
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>> welcome back you're taking a live look, we've got mobile 6 taking a look at the roads. it is on south broad street going toward the linc. the commute is building as we wait on the heavier snow coming in later on this evening. >> that's a nice look at the roads on the big board. >> reporter: that's right, we're looking live on the montgomery county/bucks county border. in the area we're getting the snowfall on the sides of the road. stump road at county line road. it's slushy on the secondary roads. use caution.
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we have an a new accident in tall upper dublin chapel hill lane a pothole one disabled vehicle potholes are a big part of the problem when we are getting cold and changing temperatures. i-95 here we are at allegheny. more and more people are heading out on the roads. southbound allegheny to girard. the weather conditions not creating a huge problem for traveling now. watch what time you're coming home. be careful about that. i'll be treating all the traffic conditions with the -- tweeting the traffic conditions with the hash tag 6abc traffic. the snowfall in the area it is light right now expecting the bigger storm later on tonight. looking in south jersey and
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delaware we're watching the snowfall come up from the south. year getting in delaware, 301 route 49 in salem and millville. 206 in medford lake can you think down better. route 90 as well as 38 iny hill east of the city of philadelphia. be careful as you head out and certainly later on when the heavier stuff comes. >> developing this morning flee people were sickened by toxic fumes. firefighters responded to a reported carbon monoxide leak inside this home in the somerdale sexuality sexuality owe o can cause sickness and death. >> passengers were evacuated from planes in seattle due to security concerns.
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a third flight from l.a. to orlando was diverted to dallas on sunday. it's unclear if any of the threats or security concerns were connected. nobody was hurt. 6:48 we're tracking this developing nor'easter on storm tracker 6 live radar that includes meteorologist david murphy. >> reporter: spotty, light snow showers out there and cold conditions across the region so bundle the kids up if they are heading to school. if they are coming home it will be cold and probably windy. we'll be back with a look at storm tracker 6 live double scan and a little more analysis on how the snow will involve today and tonight. erry flavors. get a medium hot latte for only $1.99. america runs on dunkin'.
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indulge in cookie dough or brownie batter today. america runs on dunkin'. time to check in with "g.m.a.," i think i know what their top story will be. >> yeah, because new york city will get hammered by the same storm. live we go to amy robach. >> reporter: that's right, we might be covering the blizzard on "good morning america." it's already snowing in new york city. ginger leading our extreme weather team across the northeast this morning as the monster winter storm said to dump record-breaking snow, 50 million people in the bulls eye. security breach at the white house a drone found on the ground, how did it get over the fence? we'll have the latest on the investigation from washington. plus new developments in the trial of the man accused killing the real life american
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sniper. the defense saying the movie's hype is hurting their case. we're cooking up something delicious in the kitchen and mio is performing live. all is coming up next. did you get all your grocery supplies? >> we got milk and eggs ready to go. >> reporter: ready to cook it up. we have more problems before the heavy snow comes. flashing lights boulevard northbound at wissahickon. we have a disabled vehicle police on the scene. a couple of vehicles off to the side. police on the scene partially blocking the right lane, slowing on the boulevard northbound heading toward wissahickon. conshohocken east elm and fayette street an accident involving a pedestrian. be careful as you head out, some of the roads getting slippery. the main roads look mostly wet. >> reporter: storm tracker 6 live double scan showing it's light, scattered snow enough to make the surfaces slick but not
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an overall horrific situation and changeover to rain down south. through the day we're expecting light to moderate on and off snow. it will be cold, 32 degrees is the forecasted high this afternoon. it's later tonight when the clipper system gives us the current snow fosters the development of a nor'easter. when it gets past us we're look at heavy snow for boston and notion. if the storm delays its intensification we might catch a break. overnight tonight and into tomorrow morning i do think you should prepare for snow. i will be looking at the scenarios for the snowfall potential out of this. next.
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>> it is matt! >> reporter: matt and i will be keeping a close eye on the roads helping you through the morning commute. we're finding the roads are wet we're live in chalfonte. you can see the snowfall on the roads, people are moving around okay. patco speed line all local trains running every 26 minutes web. >> reporter: on and off snow through the day up until 6:00 p.m. overnight tonight the nor'easter comes past us into tomorrow
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morning. 8 to 1 inches, if it forms later, we could get less. >> keeping my fingers crossed. >> we'll send you to "g.m.a." and see you in 30 for updates. for david karen matt, matt, i'm tam. have a good day! always awesome when i go to dunkin'. man: i see the steam rising off the cup 'cause you know it's a fresh pot. man: one cup a day for sure. two if need be. and it's usually "need be." dunkin' -- your place for coffee.
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. good morning, america. . whiteout. blizzard of 2015. the east coast bracing for a storm and more than 50 million americans in its past. set to dump up to three feet in some areas and wind gusts up to 80 miles an hour. government officials warning for the worst. >> prepare for something worse than we have seen before. >> the snow blinds drivers stranding cars on the roads. thousands of flights already cancelled. schools closed and our extreme team tracking it all. breaking news. security breach. the white house on lockdown. reports that a drone landed on the white house lawn. the secret service investigating right now. >> he said that he killed two guys. they went out to a shooter range. he's crazy. >> the man accused


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