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good morning 7:00 a.m. saturday january 31, here's some of the stories we're following on "action news," we're tracking another winter storm, meteorologist chris sowers will have the latest from accuweather on the potential for snow and rain. also ahead police in camden county are on a manhunt after a murder overnight. exotic cars are the key attraction of the black tie event to kick off the philadelphia auto show. first, let's head outside to meteorologist chris sowers. it is really cold. i feel so bad for you this morning. >> reporter: if you're going to be out doors for an extended period of time, you have to bundle up in layers. i lived in chicago for three years and this is what it felt like in chicago. it's nasty cold. 11 in reading, 11 in allentown. 2 in the poconos. 15 in philadelphia.
millville, 15. get a load of these numbers. feels likes 8 below in reading. 6 below in the poconos. 3 below in allentown. veer owe in philadelphia. -- zero in philadelphia. and 4 below in wilmington. we're quickly approaching dangerous levels. a windchill advisory is in effect for the poconos where windchills could be 15 below over the next couple of hours. we have sunshine out here today but it will do little to warm us up. the normal high for this time of year is 43 degrees. if we're lucking we're topping out at 26. 17 degrees at the a.m., 11:00 a.m. 20 degrees, 1:00 p.m., 23 and the high is 26 degrees. windchills feeling like the teens. we have winter storm watch in
effect. the areas shaded in blue, we could see heavy snow falling sunday night into monday morning. the rain/snow line is shifting to the north. we're taking the city itself out of the axis of heavy snow. when i step inside i'll show you the snowfall and a blustery and cold forecast. >> if you see a homeless person outside, call (215)232-1894 and pet owners bring your pets inside. you can use the storm tracker 6 live app to follow the storm on radar. you can check the current temperature and watches and alerts for the day ahead. a body was found after gunfire broke out outside a law office in south jersey. the action cam was on at the 400
block of white horse pike in audubon, camden county. the victim was pronounced at the scene. there was no word on a motive or what sparked the shooting. police in montgomery county are rack looking for a serial burglar that likes to break into houses in the daytime. >> reporter: hill town township police say they have a busy burglar taking advantage of the rural area. >> not a good person. they need to change their ways. >> reporter: investigators say from late last year until now they believe the same thief or thieves have hit at least ten homes on roads like welcome house and broad and fairhill. the crook broke into the back doors and used a bed spread, pillow case or dresser drawer to steal valuables. a possible suspect a 40 to
50-year-old man in a beige passenger van backed into a driveway. when the other than answered the door he claimed he was lost. two hours later and two miles away, another burglar was reported. >> if nobody responds he goes to the back door using a pry bar. >> reporter: police said this burglar struck homes in buckingham plumstead and solbury and communities in montgomery county. he is possibly responsible for 20 burglaries in the past 6 months. hill town township police say they linked the burglaries together weeks ago and decided not to alert the public until now. we asked why. >> it seems they are not going away. for some reason hill town seems to be the epi center right now. >> reporter: that means the serial burglars could live here. >> lock your doors like you
should do, watch out for yourself and keep an eye on the neighborhood. >> reporter: reporting in hill town township, kenneth moten channel 6 "action news." >> prosecutors are seeking the death pent against one of the men accused of killing a lancaster county elementary school teacher. thomas moore is accused of killing nicole mathison. his lawyer said his client isn't responsible for her death. britain marp college is -- bryn mawr college is parking controversy over program over wait lost program. people were chosen for having a higher than average body mass index. some called it unethical or an invasion of privacy. the school said this is the third time the program was
offered and never received complaints before, but it will rethink the approach. the philadelphia auto show opens to the public, last night a tailgate gala was held to benefit philadelphia children's hospital. and was there to gaze at the cars on display. >> reporter: people filed into the pennsylvania convention center for the 2015 philadelphia auto show black tie tailgate. it's all about the kids. proceeds benefit the neonatology division at philadelphia hospital. >> we're doingearch that will help children. >> reporter: there are 40 manufacturers all here in philadelphia. channel 6 "action news" is a proud sponsor of the event.
>> the impact on the show on the region is $40 million. >> reporter: whatever your pleasure from the exotic to the conventional. you can touch and sit inside. >> this is awesome. >> reporter: and even take a ride. >> i love its cool, because you're up on one side and the thing doesn't roll. it's a lot of fun. >> they used this as a spring board to buy a car. it's a great way to come down and see cars. there's no hassle or salesman sitting on top of you. >> reporter: expect this year's choices to reflect record-low gas prices. >> 6, $700 less a year, there's 50, 60 bucks a month they can buy something different or better options. >> reporter: take a look at this lamborghini, owned by fc kerbeck. it's not only about the fancy cars, it's about chop, at this
event they have raised more than $400,000. annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> and join us tonight at # #7:00 p.m. on 6abc for the auto show special. the "action news" weather team will give you a look at the cars on display. many protest bill cosby's performance. >> close encounter with golf legends tiger woods. a montgomery county native talked with "action news" about an airport -- errant ball will a left him bruised. >> reporter: we have bitter winds and rain snow line to the north, i'll talk about this when
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>> authorities are investigating another horrible death caused by an exploding air bag. a texas man was killed earlier this month when a air bag inflated during a crash and killed the man. it was part of the 2011 recall, but not repaired. a tennessee jury found two former vanderbilt football players guilty of rape. they were convicted tuesday. one of the suspect was a victim of sexual violence, the district attorney does not thing that's enough to overturn the jury's decision. the cosby tour stopped in ohio where there were several
protesters. the philadelphia native and comedian is facing sexual assault claims that date back decades. he has never been charged with a crime. >> we're looking at the beautiful sunrise that's coming up. it makes you feel like it could be warm, but it will not. >> reporter: let's go outside and show you the sunrise in atlantic city. it looks nice out there but it's blustery and cold with seferlt -- several locations down into the single digits as far as windchills are concerned. it's very, very cold with a dewpoint of minus 3. winds out of the northwest at 15 miles per hour. pressure 30.21 inches. it's 11 degrees north and west, 11 for reading an lancaster and allentown. 2 in the poconos. 15 in philadelphia.
12 in trenton. 15 in millville. 14 in wilmington. and then you factor in the winds it feels 4 below in reading an lancaster. 2 in trenton. we'll see a lot of sunshine out there today as a small little area of high pressure runs across the mid atlantic states to provide us with sun from start to finish. the clouds increase after 4:00, 5:00 a.m. as this system gets better organized and marchs east. you get into the west, you will see anywhere from 1 to 2 inches of rain. temperatures are in the 50s and 60s and in the low 70s across texas. in the mid atlantic and the northeast it's cold. the cold will hold its ground. the milder air works its way in as the storm gets cranking. future tracker 6 later today
mostly sunny blustery even cold. sunday the clouds lower and thicken. probably not see much sun tall, maybe a sliver. super bowl starts at 6:30, after the start of the super bowl that's when the snow breaks out. it snowing heavily north and west of the pennsylvania turnpike. raining south and east. it pushes the rain/snow line into the lehigh valley first thing monday morning. you wake up you have to go to work or school, looks like it's raining heavily in philadelphia and areas to the west and south jersey and delaware. there could be a lot of time slush on grounds in some locations. you look at the forecast models they don't peg a big event for north philadelphia. the european model has almost 7 inches. that's the outlying. now, the lehigh valley that's a different story, it will be colder the thickness of air
there's a thicker area of cold air, that means you'll stay snow longer. looks like a pretty good snow event for the lehigh valley as we take the forecast models and plot the idea out on the map. heavy snows for the lehigh valley and the poconos to the tune of 6 to 12 inches. 3 to 6 for the northwestern suburbs. the 3-inch line is north of philadelphia. philadelphia, 1 to 3 and western portions of south jersey and delaware. you get into cumberland and atlantic and cape may county it's a rain event. from 4:00 p.m. sunday afternoon light snow winter mix develops, sunday night through 9:00 a.m. that's when the heaviest falls it will end around lunchtime or shortly after and end in the form. snow showers. forecast for today blustery and
cold philadelphia, 26. allentown, 23. millville, 27, dover 28. sunny skies windchills in the teens. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, once we get past that sunday/monday time frame, rest of the forecast is nice and quiet. 38 degrees clouds, light snow developing late. rain in the city, points south and east, snowing north and west. highs in the mid 30s. brutally cold, tuesday 24. windchills in the single digits and teens. thursday and friday, it's cold, as well, 33 and 25. we have our fair share of winter weather to talk about over the next 48 hours. i have 20 different scents coming towards me. >> i don't want to get sick. >> for many people, retime years are a great time to find
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philadelphia auto show 2015 revs into the pennsylvania convention center today. the auto show is open from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. tomorrow 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. all week noon to 10:00 p.m. next sunday 9:00 to 8:00. tickets range from $13 for adults and $10 for active military. brenda's cat rescue hosts events for rescued cats and kittens that are looking for forever homes or fostering. the event opens on the 8 # -- 8400 block of germantown avenue from ten to 5. that's a look at what's happening in and around our area. sports is up next. # #
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>> reporter: welcome back everyone, 7:24, saturday morning, the day planner looks icy cold, but bright and sunny. just in case you're curious normally she we should be around 43 degrees, with the winds it will feel like the teens all day. bundle up if you're heading out. as far as the winter storm sunday night into monday. the low pressure center i felt continues to track farther and farther to the north, at least that's the latest forecast information is suggesting it's pushing the axis of the heavy snow out of the philadelphia. the chances are this is generally going to be a light snow event 1 to 3 inches.
had a% chance of that happening. nuisance event. 15% chance. heavy event 10%. lehigh valley, nuisance event. this is going a heavier event of 6 to 12 inches. the heavier snow is shifting away from the sixers. the. >> sixers notch a windy against the timber wolves and lesean mccoy answer questionses about returning in an eagles jersey. >> reporter: lesean mccoy is in phoenix for tomorrow's big game. many wonder if shady will be back next year. he is a 12 million-dollar cap. he said he won't take less money and had this approach when asked
about his contract yesterday. >> we'll figure out. whatever happens happens it's out of my control. for my team, my thoughts and my feelings the eagles. >> shady a guest on the sports center was surprised by eagles fans whose mom grew up in bensalem. they had many questions. >> how do you run so fast? >> it's just natural. >> are you the strongest person in the world? >> no, either the rock or hulk hogan is not me. >> reporter: the other biggest topic deflate gate, commissioner roger goodell spoke about the controversies for the first time. you hope he is not full of hot
air, pardon the pun. >> why were some football because used in the game that were not in compliance with the rules or were they the result of deliberate actions. we have made no jowments -- judgments on these points and well not compromise the investigation by speculation. >> reporter: pete carroll and bill belichick posing for the photos. >> i went with the seahawks because my 2-year-old son said so. jeff skeverski picking seattle 31-27 no love for the patriots in the "action news" sports department. the sixers facing the t wolves.
it was all about this, nerlens noel with the steal look at the big man on the floor, in the second, time winding down, michael carter williams, beating the buzzer. sixers won it 103-94 that's the second straight win. that's sports for this morning. have a great day. >> a montgomery counties man had a memorable trip to the phoenix open. he was with his two sons when tiger woods was on the 16th hole. his second shot went into the crowd and hit his forearm. one of his sons recorded the whole thing. >> put my hands back and it hits me in the forearm. we were stunned. the crowds goes crazy he waves
nearly a dozen train cars jumped the tracks in south philadelphia. crews are working to get the cars upright. battling the flames and bitter cold, firefighters in philadelphia, brave the let's as they douse a higher -- brave the elements, as they douse a house fire overnights. let's go outside meteorologist chris sowers it's so cold out there today. >> reporter: they told me i have a minute to do this outside hit a minute is not that long, but when it's this cold, it's a long time. it's blustery and cold this morning. let's get a load of the numbers right now. temperatures wise most areas in the teens. lancaster, # -- 11. millville, 15. the poconos 2 degrees above zero. now, when you factor in the winds it feels like 6 below in the poconos. 8 below in reading, 2 below in trenton and 4 below in lancaster and wilmington.
zero in philadelphia, and 3 below in atlantic city. future tracker with the windchills it will feel like the teens just about all day long. even though actual air temperatures will climb into the 20s, it will never feel that way. it will feel like 17 in allen to unand 19 in philadelphia. allentown, 14. only five degrees above zero in the poconos and 15 degrees in trenton. so the best way to attack this cold is bundle up in layers it will help to trap the body heat. windchill advisory for the poconos continues where windchills values would be 15 below at times. forecast today, lots of sunshine expected. that's the call from accuweather. 1 1:00 a.m., 20 degrees, 1:00 p.m., 23 and 4:00 p.m. 26. normally we should be around 42. the next winter storm is on the way, sunday night into monday,
the far western suburbs the lehigh valley and the poconos those are the areas that look to take it on the chin where the heaviest snows could fall, i'll check the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast and see you in ten minutes. >> thanks chris, "action news" will be on the air early monday join matt, tam david and karen at 4:00 a.m. to get updates on traffic or school closings and delays. >> we have a developing story nearly a dozen rail cars derailed in south philadelphia. at south 1 #th -- 11th street. haz matter and -- haz/mat and fire crews swarmed the area around lincoln financial field. after investigation showed no ruptured cars, crews turned the investigation over to csx.
no cause on what caused the derailment. firefighters battle freezing temperatures while working to put out a fire. the action cam was on the scene in germantown after midnight. the fire crews were met with fire shooting from the upper floors of the vacant home on seymour street. firefighters were forced to spread salt to keep anyone from falling. nobody was hurt, but an adjoining home was damaged in the fire. no word on what sparked the blaze. pennsylvania treasure rob mccord has admitted to breaking the law while trying to raise campaign money for his gubernatorial campaign. less than 24 hours after it was revealed he was under federal investigation. dann cuellar has details on the video taped admission. >> i owe an apology to to the people of pennsylvania.
>> reporter: it began to unravel when the feds got wind of him making veiled threats for campaign donations. we caught up with him outside his home, he said he could not talk about it, but he would. he crossed line when he strong armed two potential contributors. >> to remind them i could make things difficult for them. i said the potential contributors should not risk making an enemy of the state treasurer. clearly that was wrong. >> reporter: mccord made an unsuccessful bid to win the democratic nomination for governor. during that failed campaign he overstepped the line of legitimate fundraising. >> i know my improper efforts to raise campaign contributions will be forever a stain on my record. i deeply regret my actions and
apologize for any embarrassment i caused anyone. >> reporter: he originally was going to resign on february 12 but now that word got out. >> i'm deeply concerned that my continuation in office even for a day might interfere with the operation of the office of the treasurer. i'm now resigning effective immediately. i'm dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." >> governor tom wolf responded to mccord's admission saying this is a sad day for the commonwealth and rob mccord's family. it leads to erosion of the public trust and simply unacceptable unquote. he said he will move quickly to nominate a replacement. there will be no charges filed after an attempted carjacking. it happened yesterday morning. police say originally the suspect tried to steal a car from a homeland security agency. that agent fired a single shot
from his governments-issued gun but didn't hit the man. the suspect was arrested, but authorities say his actions didn't warrant charges. immigration and customs enforce him is handling the investigation into the agent's action. a five month long investigation ends with a doctor's arrest and his receptionist in montgomery county. authorities say the duo wasn't doing it for profit, when mcgowen was hospitalized, friedman would have closed his office and wrote prescriptions. >> he never sees our undercover detective he takes place the scripts to the door. >> investigators don't know how long they were writing illegal prescriptions but they have two dozen cases showing patients getting pain killers with no examination. as the measels spread so
does the anxiety. there are 91 cases confirmed in the state of california that's up from 7 # on -- 79 on wednesday. 50 of those cases have been linked to disneyland. half a dozen states and mexico reported measels cases connected to disneyland. "good morning america" will have more on the outbreak, plus the super bowl and whether it will have it spread further. the battle for the future of atlantic city's trump taj mahal casino is heating up. carl icon who is acquiring the casino spoke out about the consults. he said they are quote an essential sacrifice that must be made to keep the casino open. the comments come after the national labor relations board
sided with the union on healthcare and pension benefits. acme recently sold a 9 million-dollar pick 6 lottery ticket. it received a cut for selling the ticket. so celebrate they donated # thousand dollars to -- $3,000, to community food bank and cape may county special services school and middle township fire compartment received $1,000 check. still ahead on "action news" saturday morning the philadelphia auto show shifts into high gear this weekend we'll have some of the new options that will have you taking your hands off the wheels. firefighters come to the rescue when a dog gets swept away by floodwaters in california. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. don't be fooled by the sun it's cold out there. "action news" saturday morning continues in just a moment.
>> new video of a dramatic rescue, a california firefighters was lowered into the swollen los angeles river. he swam to the dog and pulled it to his arms. it had a leash and color on when it was rescued. lucky, named by the firefighters is recovering at an animal hospital. so cute. >> good thing it wasn't like
the delaware river or something like that. let's go live on sky -6r. we have icy cold temperatures this morning windchills makings it feel below zero. if you're hitting the slopes bundle up in layers, take frequent brakes it's a blustery and cold morning. 15 in philadelphia. dewpoint minus 3. winds out of the northwest at 15 miles per hour. those are the stained wind speeds gusting as high as 30 miles per hour. we've seen gusts up to 40 in the poconos where it's 2 degrees. 12 in trenton. 15 in will i millville, a windchill of 1. 3 below in allentown and 8 below in reading. satellite and radar not much to talk about its a quiet day, it will be cold but a decent amount of sunshine, blustery windchills. sunday that's when all this mess out here charges east and produces snow late sunday into
sunday night. the snow gets heavier monday morning. this is coming off the front range of the rockies, this is the huge storm the center is way back here towards las vegas. this will shift east over the next 48 hours. the super bowl starting around 6:30. light snow is breaking out about an hour past that. it will pick up in intensity north and west, by the midnight hour we get into monday morning. look at the snow in the city points north and west. it's coming down heavy at times. south of there it's rain, heavy at times. for south jersey and delaware. as we advance this thing through the rain/snow line shifts to the north. this is not the only model that's suggesting that. there are several forecast models that lift the rain/snow line into the lehigh valley or knocking on the door of the lehigh valley. for now we'll see the lehigh valley is all snow, same thing
for the poconos. this area in blue includes lancaster, most of the immediate surrounding suburbs philadelphia, trenton and portions of central new jersey a mixture, maybe starting out at snow and changing to a wintry mix and rain. this green shade south jersey and delaware looks like a rain event. 3 to 6 for the northwestern suburbs, the 3-inch line is north of philadelphia. that's where we'll place it right now. 1 to 3 across western portions of gloucester and salem counties. it should start anywhere from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. sunday west to east, light snow a wintry mix developing. heaviest occurs while we're sound asleep. monday lunchtime that's when everything ends. colder air wraps back in and ends as snow showers. sunday night is not technically a rush hour, but there will be
people on the streets because of the super bowl. it will be a slow go as the snow picks up. monday morning we'll expect minor declares, monday evening the snow is gone and it's cloudy and cold. speaking of cold. cold today breezy, 26 degrees is the high. windchills in the teens. overnight tonight, very cold, 16 degrees north and west 21 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast 38 degrees tomorrow, snow developing late probably after 4:00, 5:00 p.m. continues sunday night into monday morning north and west, rain south and east. 34 monday's high, tuesday 24. wednesday's clouds and sun 42. thursday sunshine, colder day high of 33. friday very cold and 25 degrees. look at tuesday morning's number it says 6 that's for the city, north and west, tuesday morning the low temperature will be
below zero. that would be monday night into tuesday morning's low nasty. >> i was hoping that was wrong. >> reporter: no such luck. >> goodness, thanks chris. the philadelphia auto show kicks off today at the pennsylvania convention center. ducis rogers takes a look at new concepts in cars hands free. >> reporter: auto industry crashed the party at the consumer electronics show last month in las vegas. >> the consumer electronics show ask a show you have to go to. >> reporter: top auto manufacturers showed off their technology. >> when you look at technology like that it's cool. >> reporter: car makers thinking beyond you the driver altogether. the fully awe -- autonomous car is years away, but some technology is already here. this car can park itself.
i'll believe it when i see it. once activated it surveys the scene. the vehicle takes full control of the gas pedal and the wheel while you regulate the break. this is nuts. one shot, wow! wow wow wow wow wow! >> that's incredible. join us tonight at 7:00 p.m. on 6abc for our auto show special. members of the "action news" team will give you a look at the hundreds of cars on the display.
heart disease. swedish researchers followed 5,000 twins over 40 years. the twin who drank more than two alcoholic beverages a day have higher risk of stroke. those who drink heavily have a risk of a stroke five years earlier than light drinkers. doctors are calling childhood obesity an epidemic. researchers say if your child gets a good rest now you can prevent problems later in life. contributing factor to overweight and obesity in children is lack of sleep. lack of sleep may mean an inability to suppress the appetite. >> too much eating along with
obesity causes heart decease high high blood pressure and diabetes. we want everything to be in balance. we recommend that kids get the right amount of sleep recommended for their age an hour of exercise a day and eat a healthy diet. >> doctors say be sure to monitor what your child is eating. no amount of sleep can battle the bulge if they are not getting a healthy diet. >> up next, chris sowers takes a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. stay with us we'll be right back.
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in minnesota. the fitzwaters painted the yard. this is the artwork of ash son fitzwater who did the same last year. that is so ugly. >> reporter: everybody has seattle, who you do got? >> i don't want to say. >> reporter: i got new england. it would be a great day for seattle they crushed peyton manning last year and beat tom brady last year. >> the patriots wants to approve that the because had nothing to do -- balls had nothing to do with it. >> reporter: today, cold windchills in the teens tomorrow, snow late in the
evening, snow north and west, changing to rain south and east. 26 today 38 tomorrow, 34 monday tuesday 24 degrees. very cold north and west. >> thanks, chris, it is 7:00 of a we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." here's dan harris with a preview. >> reporter: evening have a, coming up on "g.m.a." -- eva, coming up on "g.m.a.," new concerns in the measels outbreaks. an infected student traveled through new york city's busy pen station. as doctors monitor 200 potentially exposed patients there. 100 million americans in the cross hairs from chicago to the northeast where many are struggling to dig out from the record-breaking blizzard that hit a few days ago and on top of it all there's the dangerous
cold and rob marciano is trackle trackle -- tracking this morning. it is the first day of 2015 we use mom testers we put the products inside the homes of busy american moms that's come up on "g.m.a." we'll see you soon. here's some of the stories we're working on for you police in south jersey say a shooting victim was found dead in an apartment above a law office. doctors are testing an article of clothing that could detect cancer. we'll show you how it works. now for chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm eva pilgrim, have a great saturday, we'll be back in 30 minutes.
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