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-- 7:00 a.m., saturday marng 14, saying goodbye philadelphia police family and friends pay their final respects to robert wilson iii. a dreary start to the weekend, but it won't be a total washout. meteorologist chris sowers is outside in the rain with with a look ahead at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: good morning, eva we've seen better days, right? lots of rain out here, lots of puddling, as well. the ground is partially frozen, we're not expecting widespread flooding but some areas could pick up poor drainage flooding. especially areas that have snow on the ground. be on the look out for that. for everyone else there will be a lot rain. it's a day where you better have a good indoor plan or else you'll be disappointed.
at the top of the screen you see shades of blue, up state new york there's freezing drizzle up there. for everybody in time delaware and lehigh valleys it's mainly rain. we'll zoom into the philadelphia area, you can see route 1 reporting moderate rain, route 130, black horse pike the new jersey turnpike. it's wet there's a lot ponding the traveling speeds, smarveght we'll issue this -- as a matter of fact we'll issue this here. use caution driving this morning. some of it will be heavy at times, in addition to the ponding there will be lowers visibility thanks to the patchy fog that started to develop. the day planner looks like, periods of rain, thearls when the heavy -- that's when the heaviest will occur. temperatures start to shoot up
54 by 3:00 p.m. 56 by 6:00 p.m. reading, 2 miles. allentown, 2 1/2. the poconos coming in under a mile. that will be a concern this morning, when i step back inside i'll talk about when all this rain moves out of here. cooler weather to return in the seven-day forecast. eva? >> thanks, chris. the big story on "action news" this saturday morning is a fainl farewell to a -- final farewell to a philadelphia police officer killed in the line of duty. a caisson carrying officer robert wilson iii made its way through the streets of philadelphia an hour ago to the palestra of the university of pennsylvania. we're taking a look inside the palestra where the flag draped coffin is inside the buildings. many officers paying their final respect also. respects, annie mccormick joining us outside the palestra. >> reporter: eva, his coffin arrived a short time ago, this
is expected to be a long day the final day officers can pay their final respects to officer wilson iii. take a look down 33rd street. we can see several buses we see officers coming from around the region and across the country all coming to pay their respects. led by police commissioner, charles ramsey and mayor nutter and the men and women of the 22nd district. procession began at 6:00 a.m. heading toward university of pennsylvania please extra. this morning downpours added to the somber mood as we entered day two remembers officer robert wilson iii killed in the you line of duty. it was a little over a week ago when two armed gunmen attempted to robbed game stop bander -- barged in with weapons drawn.
surveillance video shows a barrage of gunfire and the heroic actions of wilson who stepped away from the counter. police caught two suspects. wilson a hometown boy leaves behind two sons, ten and 1. commissioner ramsey spoke about the 8 year veteran. >> it is not just what he did and the actions he took at the time he was murdered, but the way in which he committed himself to serving the public and the legacy he is leaving behind. i've spent a lot of time with the family, he is leaving two young boys. >> reporter: like we said, officer wilson was from philadelphia born and raised. volunteering in some observations. the amount of people expected out here today is in the hundreds if not in the thousands. palestra is able to seat at least 8,000 people him for now
reporting live in university city, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." eva. >> thanks, annie. new this morning an argument ended in murder outside a west philadelphia nightclub. two men got into a fight at tropical heat. once outside a man pulled out a knife and stabbed the man in the head and chest. the victim died at presbyterian hospital. ment club's outside security camera captured the video of the attack. police tracked him down and the knife was found in a trash can. police are asking for your help locating this young boy he was last seen last night he failed to return home from the school, if you have seen him you're under to call police. los angeles police arrested ten teenagers in sex assault scandal all of them attend venice high school. four others are under
investigation, but not in custody. the alleged attacks happened on and off campus dating back to 2013. >> some of these were forced sexual acts, others were consensual with individuals who are too young to give consent. >> lapd would not confirm reports that instagram photos shared by students broke occupy e open -- broke open the case. meanwhile los angeles police shot and killed a suspect who made his way on to a porch of a home where he kept police at bay for hours. with a visible wound he surrendered. during the chase he nearly hit a skate boarder and drove on the wrong side of the street before stopping. police are pulling over there video own other images which captured the chaos after someone shot two police officers in ferguson, missouri.
detectives do not know who pulled the trigger but they have leads where the bullets came from. the shooting happened during protests celebrating the ferguson police chief stepping down. he resigned after justice department report found racial bias. the family of a south jersey man killed in a police-involved shooting filed a lawsuit. dash cam video captured the fatal shooting following a traffic stop in bridgeton december 30th. one of the officers ordered jerome reid not to move as he spots a gun in the glove compartment. as he exited the vehicle both officers open fired. the family said he was unarmed and had his hands in plain view. they are calling for state and federal investigation and $1 million in damage also. salvage operations are underway off the coast of florida where a blackhawk helicopter crashed.
we have learned that a new jersey marine was killed in the crash. henry shaw was from baskin ridge. on board 26-year-old staff sergeant andrew seif who received the silver star for combat valour. demonstrators in alabama relived history. they re-enacted the 1965 march led by dr. martin luther king. the group held a rally yesterday to commemorate the historic impact of that march organ -- on the voting rights action. eating healthy we'll tell you about a place that provides fresh local produce. parts of the nation begin to thou out. >> reporter: we don't have to
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>> >> parts of southern illinois are flooding from steady rains. frozen ground leaves the rain nowhere to go but downstream. >> on a happy note, it's pi day. >> reporter: not the pie i like to eat. i would like a coconut pie. looking outside, there's the view we're seeing steady rain and puddling and ponding only the haste. here's double scan live, just
about the entire area picking up light to moderate rain. you can seem the solid shade of green. you can see darker shades in the city of philadelphia. there's route 1 route 30 across the delaware into south jersey, 295 and the new jersey turnpike. if you're traveling south to north along the turnpike into west of manhattan it's going to be a slow go, we're quite a bit of rain and lots of ponding an roads. temperatures are starting to come up. we're seeing the warm front pull through. upper 40s to the southeast. upper 30s north and west, allentown, 37. poconos 33. millville, 47. dover, 48 degrees, visibility not too bad down there about 8 miles. it's been greatly reduced north and west. half mile in lancaster. same number for reading. 2.5 in allentown. 3 in philadelphia. 4 in millville. 7 miles in wildwood. as we set it in motion for you we'll be dealing with this all
day long. the steadiest will shut off midday. there will be a couple of leftover showers this moisture goes back to western portions of ohio. we have to get that through before we are finished with the storm system that's sitting across southern illinois and indiana. 70s and 80s will pop up across the southeast. unfortunately that line never crosses the entire area. may get as far north as places like dover. that's why you'll get into the 60s today. cold front swings through sunday. the good news the rain is out of here, there could be a leftover shower during the afternoon. that's called an instability shower. the bigger story for sunday will be the winds out of the northwest, ushering in cooler temperatures by afternoon. it will feel like the mid 40s out there by sunday afternoon. later this afternoon we're looking at 40s and 50s, 44 in
allentown. rains beginning to shut off. there's the back line, 1:00 p.m. this afternoon, 50s popping up south and east, look at dover 60 somewheres in allentown -- where as in allentown it's 45 had a. poconos 42. later this afternoon into the evening, cloudy skies patchy drizzle and maybe a leftover shower. and 0s and 40s and partly sunny skies. morning rain giving way to afternoon showers. some of the rain will be heavy at times. ponding on the roads slow it down, reduced visibility. tapering off at 1:00 p.m. or 2:00 p.m. rainfall toaghtses rairnging from -- totals ranging from annual inch to a an inch and a quarter. 56 degrees in philadelphia. morning rain, mild, winds out of the southwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. overnight tonight, lots of clouds maybe a leftover evening
shower and leftover drizzle. 38 degrees outlying suburbs, 42 center city. leftover showers for sunday, other than that. the rest of the forecast is clear. monday, sun and clouds, 58 degrees, some areas will get into the 60s as another system approaches. it's what we call prefrontal. there's a cold front approaching on tuesday ahead of a cold front winds shift out of the south and you get the southern temperatures. that's why monday is so mild. here we go, 48, windchills in the lower 40s. eating fresh fruits is important for everyone. in the art of aging, lisa thomas-laurey tells us about a nonprofit that provides fresh local produce even in the
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delaware and lehigh valleys this week, we're taking a live look at the palestra at the university of pennsylvania campus as people pay their final respects to officer robert wilson. they will be having a viewing from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. at 10:00 a.m. they will begin the search e service for him there. here's what's happening in and around the delaware and lehigh valleys. boats and more boats are on display at the greater display of the philadelphia boat show this weekend. it's the only large boat show in the region. if you're in the market for a new boat, head to the greater philadelphia expo center in oaks, it's open today and tomorrow from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. selling all things irish at the st. patrick's day parade, the parade gets started with mass at saint joseph the worker's catholic church in new
falls. it kicks off from the church into bristol township. the theme focuses on those who served the country through military service. calling up a pet lovers this weekend. dha is holding its annual 9th mixer. it's a dog friendly cocktail party no dock, bring your cat. everybody is invited to the world cafe live at the queen in wilmington. that's a look at what's happening in and around the area.
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>> reporter: welcome back everyone, 7:24 saturday morning double scan live showing a lot of rain across delaware valley this morning, even freezing drizzle in the poconos. if you're traveling northward into the higher elevations there could slick spots you mean there. ment issue for the lehigh valley places like allentown bethlehem, mill folder there's a decent amount of snow on the ground. as that snow melts and falling rain, the combination of two could result in poor-drainage flooding in the area. we're not looking for widespread flooding as the rain is on the light to moderate side. this is a front that will sneak through during the course of the day. there's a lot of warm weather underneath that front. if it lift also to the north --
if it lifts to the north, we could climb into the 50s and 60s. dover and millville will pick up 60 degrees. morning rain today mild afternoon showers, 56 in the city. eva? >> well, in sports this morning, villanova and temple will make their case before march madness selection this sunday ducis deuce has that and hope for the phillies. >> reporter: villanova will likely get a number one seed in the ncaa tournament after reaching the final of the big east tournament. josh hart has been money off the berchl. he has a team high 18 points. providence gets back into it. under 20 seconds to play, a costly turnover. chris dunn tie also the game at 61. nova gets a two point lead.
the cats escape 63-61. good game there. moving on now temple and memphis in the american at let mic conference, the owls trying to solidify their resume. scramble for the loose ball, temple wins by 5. coach dunphy 3500th career victory,. a heartbreaker for la salle, la salle hanging on to a one-point lead, at the buzzer, the explorers lose 67-66. third quarter sixers get a one point lead and they are cruising. nerlens noel the big man with 16
points and 12 boards. the sixers win 114-107. it's only spring training, but the phillies saw something yesterday that has to give them hope for the season. chase utley making his spring training debut as dh. next batter, ryan howard, just like old times. howard's first home run of the spring. utley says he is getting back into the groove. >> it felt good to be in front of the crowd and face an opposing pitcher, it was nice. >> reporter: that's a look at sports i'm ducis rogers you have yourself a terrific weekend! >> exercising might not sound like a a fun way to spend a friday night. but people in folsom had a blast for the zumba on this to raise
police officer who was killed in the line of duty. one person is hospitalized after his a fire rips through their home overnight. soggy saturday we're tracking a soaker from mother nature. chris sowers is outside in the rain with a look at the forecast. >> reporter: on a brighter note at least it's not snowing or any form of frozen precipitation. although that's been the pattern on the the weekend for the past two months or so, it's been very stormy over the last couple of months. at least it's not frozen precipitation, up where you see the blue that's the wilks-berre and scranton area where they are seeing freezing rain. we climbed above freezing in the poconos, the freezing rain advisory has been discontinued.
you're looking at plain rain. the lehigh valley well above 30. the closer you get to the city. the warmer it gets. 45 in chester. smyrna, 46. dover closing in only 50 and woodbine 46 degrees. later on this is the way the numbers will play out. 40s north and west, it will be chilly across the lehigh valley and the poconos. most areas will climb into the 50s, when you get into south jersey and delaware, some locations especially places like millville, vineland, buena dover and smyrna, delaware, could hit 60 degrees if not a few degrees milder than that. there will be a large temperature contrast afternoon the delaware valley as we run along throughout the afternoon hours. so forecast for today morning rain tapering off to a few showers by afternoon. there will be patchy drizzle during the afternoon, as well. aerials of fog, it will be mild with a high of 56 degrees, a
dreary note as we start the weekend? will it finish that way? i'll have the answer in the seven-day forecast in just a little bit. >> all right chris. the big story on "action news" saturday morning is final respects for a fallen philadelphia police officer. a caisson carried robert wilson iii to the palestra at the university of pennsylvania. many are paying their respects to officer wilson whose flag-draped casket sits inside. annie mccormick is live outside the palestra with more on today's events. >> reporter: it was an hour ago that his casket was that was -- that was brought in by a horse-drawn carriage that was taken into the palestra. friends an family are arriving and officers from different parts of the country came to pay
their respects. led by police commissioner charles ramsey and mayor nutter, the procession began at 6:00 a.m. this morning heading toward university of pennsylvania palestra. this morning downpour added to the somber mood as we entered day two as we remember officer robert wilson killed in the line of duty. it was over a week ago when two armed gunman attempted to rob the game stop barged in with weapons drawn unaware wilson was in there buying a gift for his sun. surveillance video shows a barrage of gunfire and the heroic actions of wilson stepping away from the counter and shielding others. police caught two suspects soon after. wilson a hometown boy leaves behind two sons age also ten and one. commissioner ramsey spoke about the 8-year veteran.
>> it's not just what he did and the actions he took at the time he was murdered, but the way in which he admitted himself to serving the public and the legacy he is leaving behind. i spent a lot time with the family, he is leaving two young boys. >> reporter: the viewing is underway the second viewing followed by the funeral which is at 10:0:30 hundreds upon thousands are expected, if you cannot make it head to our website 6abc.com we will be streaming the funeral live. reporting live in university city, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> thanks, annie. new overnight a man jumped from a burning row home in the nicetown section of philadelphia. flames began ripping through a home tioga street around 3:00 a.m. a male and his family jumped from the fire out the window
before firefights arrived. he is being treated at einstein medical center. firefighters remain on the scene working to put out that blaze. a vigil was held for a man who was gunned down walking his dog. residents honored a slain neighbor a group walked down woodcrest street where james stillman was killed thursday night. the father had taken the family dog out for a nightly walk when he was shot. >> my understanding his daughter goes for a walk with him almost every night. for whatever reason he said it's late tonight, i don't want you walking with me. he possibly saved his daughter's life, as well. >> his dog molly remained by his side as he remained dieing on the sidewalk. they don't have a description of the suspect or a possible motive. former u.s. senate candidate christine o'donnell has more time to respond to a federal complaint that accuses
her of using campaign donations for personal use. attorneys for o'donnell and the federal election commission agreed to extend theime. she denies the allegation also. president obama announced yesterday the creation of an advisory committee to recommend more improvements. the announcement came as the president visited the phoenix hospital that sparked the nationwide scandal over veterans care. he said va secretary robert mcdonald is chipping away at the problem, but there's more work to be done. federal judge ruled that septa transit system must put
controversial ad on its bus. it text of the ad said jew hatred is in the q'uran. the federal judge said septa has to accept the ad because of free speech. the council of american and islamic relations said -- >> we do believe that the ad is part of a campaign to smear muslims and smear islam. but he said as a frights organization they are dedicated to the first amendment and they have no problem with the judge's ruling. a bankruptcy judge has denied the sale of the former revel casino. the judge in camden said she lacks the authority to approve the deal to glen straub. the judge said many aspects of the sale is on appeal. the utility supplier is one of
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homes in cincinnati. more low lying property owners are preparing to flee to higher ground. meanwhile, the ice jam on the grand river is on the move. it's too soon to tell if the ice will flow into lake erie. a landslide in west virginia has swallowed up to a home in charleston. dozens have been forced to evacuate. the landslide took out the power lines. cruise are working to clear the degree brie that is causing a creek to rises. i used to live in west virginia, anne it's all mountains around. >> reporter: let's get you outside, we've been fortunate. with all the ice that we saw around here at one point things
could have gotten bad if we had a heavier rainstorm or ice jam flooding, we could have had a whole lot on our handles. this past week, the terms got up into the 50 -- temperatures got up to 50 are as en60s and the ice melted. we're seeing a large shield of moisture across the viewing area. everybody is seeing the same exact thing. it's a moderate rain falling with areas of fog developing and fairly mild temperatures. right now we're in time 40s and some areas will hit 60s. temperature, 42 degrees, dewpoint, 40 winds out of the northwest at 50 miles per hour. lehigh valley, n 40s, south jersey and delaware, 60s.
reading, 36. dover, 48 degrees, and wildwood, 46. visibility is an issue out west, 1.3 miles for reading an lancaster. 1.7 in wilmington. 2 1/2 in allentown and less than a mile in the poconos. again a lot of it has to do with the falling rain. once the shield of steady rain pulls through around the midday hour. visibility will start to increase. the skies will brighten up, you'll not see sunshine, but you'll not see the low-level cloud deck earlier. there's a lot of moisture in pittsburgh, detroit, buffalo seeing a lot of wet weather this morning. around 1:00, that's when the steadiest rain will pull away. there could leftover showers 48 degrees in philadelphia. wilmington, 50. dover, 54. there's 60 showing up by 5:30 in dover. allentown, 44. philadelphia, 55. steady rains this morning cloudy skies with a few leftover
showers later this afternoon. traveling conscious again, that will be -- trorvelling conditions, that will be the time frame where you may have to reduce the speeds because of the rain and the fog tomorrow morning things clear out nicely, the return of sunshine, still damp, but no issues on the roads. it should be smooth sailing, is they say. the lehigh valley, this is north and west of the city, seeing rapid snow melt, plus the falling rain could lead to areas of poor drainage. if you live in a flood-prone area keep an eye on the surrounding. temperatures holding stealed in the upper 0s. 56 for philadelphia, dover 56. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast 50 degrees tomorrow breezy, this 50 will feel like the 40s throughout the day. sunday is cooler than this
afternoon. sun and clouds, monday, 58. saint patrick's day breezy and cooler, return of sunshine, 48 degrees, with the wind it will feel like the low to mid 40s. wednesday, sunny and breezy, 46. wednesday is a chilly day you're not going to like wednesday. that's an optimistic 46. 50 degrees thursday, friday, 46. >> chilly by midweek. >> a new fyi philly is tonight on 6abc, here's alicia vitarelli and melissa magee with a preview. >> reporter: here's what's coming up tonight on fyi philly. we check this out new places to get your coffee on and more. don't want to drive into the city for dinner, the burbs are booming with new restaurants. spring is almost here, we check out the hot new looks. season and take you to a local boutique that will hand pick
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university of pennsylvania. there has been a steady stream of people paying their last respects to robert wilson iii. else the philadelphia police officer who died in the line of duty over a week ago. a viewing is underway at the palestra. that will be followed by funeral services which are set to begin at 10:00 a.m. we're streaming the services live on our website at 6abc.com. 7:55. let's get a last check of the weather. >> reporter: rain rain go away, it will be doing so today. that was terrible. double scan live showing rain pushing through. all morning long light to moderate rain. it will probably begin to taper off during the afternoon after 1 or 2:00 p.m. from that point on your looking at mainly cloudy skies and leftover shower, patchy drizzle. all in all not a nice looking day. tomorrow is better, but a chance of pop-up shower. 56 today.
50 degrees tomorrow. with the breezes picking up tomorrow, it will feel like the mid 40s. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 50 degrees for tomorrow. 58 for monday, we rebound nicely and st. patty's day we drop the bottom out again 48 degrees, 46 wednesday, spring officially arrives this friday. >> and you'll work on your rhymes. [laughter]. 7:56. we are minutes from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> reporter: washing away the snow pack creating flooding concerns for people from arkansas to new york, triggering a landslide in west virginia. rob is tracking it all for us this morning. it is drawing rescue caught on camera. new footage from a first responders body camera capturing incredible moments 18-month-old
pulled out of the car on the frigid river in utah. why they are calling her a miracle survivor. it's documentary that a the church of scientology does not want you to see. we'll look inside the controversy surrounding this hbo documentary. >> "action news" continues at 9:00. hundreds are gathering to say goodbye to fallen philadelphia police officer robert wilson iii. our coverage continues right now we're taking a live look inside the palestra as the viewing continues. now for chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm eva pilgrim. have a great saturday we'll see you back here at 9:00.
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