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new reports of how the plane went down has spent aviation experts into a tailspin. >> good morning tam is off nydia han joins us and we have karen and david with weather and traffic. >> reporter: we have cloud cover with a sunny break here or there. and showers down the coast that will be passing through this morning him and more precipitation from the west that will be coming in later today. the morning commute, scattered showers are possible, but i'm expecting that to hold off until later in the rush hour or after the rush hour. in terms of fog low visibility in trenton and down through the shore communities not so bad in philadelphia millville ascertain up to the northern and western suburbs. this could change, so in general take it slow if you hit the fog. temperatures not as bad as the last couple of mornings. 41 in allentown, 46 in millville.
and 39 in wilmington. 8:00 a.m., 42 degrees on the bus stop. by noon, 54. # p.m. 68 degrees. the high is 69 degrees, looks like we'll get that around 4:00 p.m. spotty on and off showers and rumble of thunder tonight. while it isn't raining get outside and enjoy that number. it's not going to last, we have changes in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: we have a touch of fog in morrisville, bucks county. route 1 at pennsylvania avenue, northbound heading toward the trenton morrisville bridge. a touch of fog on the boulevard. not bad southbound traffic heading toward the schuylkill expressway. the visibility not greatly reduced. we have a serious accident in gloucester county. democrat road at swedesboro avenue it's an accident where a vehicle ran off the road into a
field. we have emergency workers coming to the scene. the victim was transported to the hospital. a serious accident causing a closure at this hour. stick to harmony road. we have emergency roadwork 141 southbound at 13 at new castle. stick to 273 as the alternate. >> we're following new developments in the deadly germanwings plane crash. they will run special flights to the southern france so the relatives of the victims can be get closer to the scene. the voice recorder revealed a potentially game changing clue. the pilot or at least one of them has been locked out the cockpit. eva pilgrim has more. >> reporter: investigators are looking at that new clue from the voice recorder is to what
happened on that germanwings jet liner in the moments before the crash. this is video of the voice recorder which as you can see has been recovered from the crash. a newspaper is reporting on the recording you can hear one of the pilots locked out of the cockpit banging on the door. investigators are trying to figure out why he was locked out and what was going on in the cockpit. all 150 people on board were killed in the crash. among them, 21-year-old emily selke on the flight traditionalling with her mother. yesterday drexel released a statement saying they were saddened by the tragic loss. >> it affects everybody here, even though i didn't personally know her, i don't know, i feel terrible for her family. >> it affects the drexel community and my thoughts and prayers go out to her family and friends. >> reporter: now emily selke
graduated in 2013 as a music industry major. after she graduated she returned to her hometown in virginia outside of washington, d.c. we're live on drexel's campus, eva pilgrim channel 6 "action news." >> so sad eva thank you. we're following breaking news in the midwest. the national weather service has confirmed the first deadly tornado of the season. someone was killed when the severe storm swept through oklahoma. high winds flipped trucks and knocked downer power lines. tens of thousands are still in the dark. schools in tulsa and moore oklahoma are closed. moore was the oklahoma city suburb where an ef5 killed 5 people two years ago. "g.m.a." will have more on these breaking stories "g.m.a." is coming up next. >> a judge will try a second
time to sentence a man who murdered a man for his expensive headphones. a jury find garcia guilty of killing christian massy to steal his headphones. a victim was robbed carrying around $3,000 walking outside the shopping bag on north broad street. the bandits held up the customer in the parking lot. the victim was not hurt. the robbers got away. >> fans are invited to pay their respects to an eagles sports legend. two open viewings will be held for chuck bednaric. the first one will be in bethlehem. chuck bednaric passed away last saturday at 89. he was known as concrete charlie
and he made his football career at penn. hundreds of teenagers lined up at christy rec center. the department of passion and recreation -- parks and record accuracies hosted the jobs. there are 2500 jobs up for grabs. >> this is an alternative to hanging out during the summer on the streets doing nothing. you don't have to get in trouble. >> if you or your teen are looking for summer work, there's another job fair, head to the lawncrest recreation center rising sun avenue noon to 2:00 p.m. >> warming up today. >> reporter: we are, storm tracker 6 live double scan shows we're dry down by dover and cape may county a couple of light sprinkles are starting to pop up. you're seeing the first day's rain there.
as we look outside we have issues with fog around the region. at the airport, the visibility is high enough it's not much of a concern. over the next couple of hours we'll be on the look out for the development. fog. we're seeing it thicker by the shore and over toward trenton. 31 degrees in fooled. the dewpoint, 39 close to the temperature, that means the air is moist. winds light at 5 miles per hour. picking up later in the morning. satellite showing one batch of rain is clipping into dover and cape cape may county. after that we'll be on the look out for additional rain coming in from the west and southwest that will be an on and off situation later in the day. winds, as you can see are coming up from the south, which is good, that will help warm us up with the southerly flow. at the same time we have instability around, cloud cover through the morning hours future tracker 6 wants to put the rain around 10:00 a.m. south
of the region. and the midday hour, showers popping through the region. a lot of this is light nuisance stuff. at 3:00 p.m. when the kids come home they could want an umbrella because of spotty showers. afternoon we get into a lull before the cold front drops down from the north. in the evening hours we have a frontal boundary possible through. we could get steady rain and thunder as that pops through. looks like that will get closer to the shore and tomorrow morning, lingering showers that's about it. i'm posting the possibility of rain at any time. 4 at 8:00 a.m. we'll get up to 69 degrees by 4:00 p.m. this afternoon and close to that by 5:00 p.m. high temperatures across the region, a little bit of a range.
64 in allentown. 69 in philadelphia. 70 in dover. only in the 50s at the shore because you've got a little bit of a fetch coming in off the cool water. tomorrow morning, we have showers lingering, but that gets out of here in the afternoon or early morning. and later we'll see the return of sunshine. today, 69 degrees, damp. cooler friday, drying out and 5 #. saturday, i'm still posting feels like winter, despite the fact we'll have a high of 40. the windchills will make it feel like the 20s and 30s in the afternoon and flurries. sunday we're back up in the 40s. a california woman reported kidnapped has been found safe. find out why police believe the
>> welcome back, it is 5:42, 41 degrees, sky6 live hd live look at center city. it is almost the weekend. it's thursday, we're looking at the warmest day of the year so far today. >> it will feel nice, except for the rain that's coming, too right, karen? >> reporter: you know, what, i don't mind the rain because it's so warm. we have a touch of drizzle areas down to the south. we have low clouds and you're seeing fog, this is plymouth meeting just a touch of fog on the blue route approaching the mid county tolls. traffic moving fine heading toward the northeast extension with no issue there. plymouth road is closed because of the large sinkhole. stick to germantown pike
instead. a serious accident in gloucester county, new jersey, closing democrat road at swedesboro road. stick to harmony road. someone was taken to the hospital. they have the road closed while they investigate that. time for the commuter traffic report. we're talking potholes. steelman road in worcester, this is joseph, a member of our 6abc team. join our commuter team, you'll get special note notifications of traffic events. inrenton, .3 visibility. along the coastline we're seeing visibility reduced there because of low clouds. >> department of defense released video on isis targets
in tikrit, iraq. the pentagon had sidelined forces for several weeks because the effort to regain tikrit was an iranian led operation. >> we have new information on a story we told you about yesterday morning. reports of a california woman's kidnapping was a hoax. aaron quinn said his girlfriend was for herselfable -- forcibley taken from her home. investigators say huskins and her boyfriend concoct the the hoax. >> we used all our resources 24 hours a day, what i would classify as a wild goose chase. it's a tremendous loss, it's disappointing and disheartening. police are investigating the
couple. they say huskins is no longer cooperating in the investigation. >> a virginia university student blood idea by two -- bloodied by two alcohol control officers, in the video you can hear johnson calling the agents racists. he pleaded not guilty. ladies accused of breaking the alcohol policy for what they called greek rituals. a penn state grad posted a
picture of his daughter to instagram. she is officialsly in remission. it's a play on the first video that captured the heart of the nation last year. still specifically mentioned chop in yesterday's post. writing thank you for putting together the best plan of action for my daughter. i guess he is doing that in the video. >> get well and get rich. >> reporter: a new jersey man said he sunk his life savings into a house that is sinking into the ground. david. >> reporter: we're dressing the kids fairly warmly, although temperatures are milder today than the last couple of afternoons. this afternoon, very mild, although the umbrella is a good idea, as well. we'll have the day planner forecast next. #
>> a get well card holding a winning lottery ticket is just what the doctor ordered for a hamplele north hampton man. >> i took my glasses off i'm looking at it. i scratched the rest of the them off to make sure, i was shocked to say the least. i had surgery so i didn't jump up and down, but in my mind i was jumping up and down. >> again he had erin hernia surgery. no word on how they will spend the win fall. they plan to keep their jobs. >> smart thing. keep their jobs and keep things
normal. >> keep calm. >> reporter: let's look outside this is southwest philadelphia, platt bridge by i-95 no fog and no problems between 26th and i-95 i you're looking pretty good. let's check the fog on the ben franklin bridge, a touch of fog as you come into the city. all lanes open. >> reporter: on the big board we're up to 37 in pottstown, 37 in warrington pennsylvania. and across the river in new jersey, 46 in hammonton and buena. 45 in gandys beach. upper 30s in ewing and cinnaminson. and 43 in avalon. if you're running errands keep an umbrella handy because there's a chance of spotty shower. this afternoon 54 by noon, 68 by 3:00 p.m. the high today will be 69 degrees almost 70 by 4:00 p.m. in fact if we manage to poke sun
out from behind the clouds when it isn't raining we might hit 70 this afternoon. either way matt it will feel comfortable. >> the u.s. military has charged army sergeant bowe bergdahl with desertion. he could face life in prison. he abandoned his post in afghanistan in 2009. taliban captured him and held him in captivity for five years. he was freed in exchange for five prisoners in may. >> a dream home has become a nightmare in north jersey. that's what the homeowner said he paid 1 point # million dollars -- $1.7 million nearly a decade ago. the building started to sink. the builder's attorney said there was no intent to defraud
a few years ago the judge ruled that he had defrauded the homeowner. the company successfully appealed that decision just this month. >> i spent all the money i had and basically i got cleaned out in the process, i have nothing now. >> the case now goes to a jury. >> 5:53. up next, the search for the thief in the case of organic food. >> we have new video of a catastrophic collapse overseas. gets the details all new at 6:00 a.m.
>> 5:56 a little cloud cover over the platt bridge, the schuylkill river. look out for fog out there. 41 degrees, put your low beams on if you encounter some. perhaps for temperatures to soar near 70 degrees today. >> a man with an appetite for theft hit up a south philadelphia whole foods three times. this is the surveillance of the first video march 8. he filled his basket with meat and walked out without paying. the same man struck two more times, one week later. first he went back to the meat section and few hours later he returned to swipe seafood. anyone with information on the robberies contact south detectives. >> a septa driver is recovering
from an an attack on the route 7 bus. police arrested the suspect who punched the driver. >> happening today governor chris christie will help two south jersey schools cap off major construction projects. he will participate in the two beam signs in the cumberland county school district. buck shoot 'em road school and other school are under construction. >> we're following several breaks stories this morning including new reports about what happened inside the cockpit as that german jet liner started its deadly accident. >> david is tracking a wet warm up. karen rogers is looking out for fog conditions on the roads next.
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>> hey everyone, march 26, 6:00 a.m. tam is off, nydia han joins us. >> a military operation is underway overseas to take back a key port city back from rebels. >> tornado leave a path of destruction in the plain states. >> karen is looking at traffic and david is outside to tell us what it's like good morning. >> reporter: we have cloud on satellite and we have sprinkles and showers coming up from the south that are popping through the region in cape may county and delaware. there's additional action come in west of pittsburgh and we'll be on the