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>> we have a developing story from south philadelphia. the action cam was along the 700 block of south street where two teenagers were shot early this morning. when police arrived a little after 1:20 they found a typically large weekend crowd of young people in the area. a 16-year-old and 17-year-old were shot in the legs. they are in the hospital in stable condition. investigators are looking for a motive. >> south detectives are investigating we don't believe this was a robbery. preliminary information we're getting this could possibly be issues that resolve from another geographic in philadelphia. >> about an hour and a half after the first shooting a
19-year-old man was shot in the leg at 9th and bain bainbridge. police are not saying it's connected to the first two. happy mother's day day to all the mothers out there. you're waking up to a dense fog advisory for the area. >> let's guess where that is. anyway the atlantic city expressway is foggy the entire length. there are no closures or speed restrictions, this is a live look at atlantic city, if you're heading out make sure to give yourself extra time. you'll need to drive a little slower. let's talk about tropical storm ana it made will landfall in south carolina. strong winds gusts and coastal flooding are possible. let's go outside to meteorologist chris sowers and the accuweather forecast. >> reporter: hi, good morning, to you nydia ana is an inflated rainstorm off the
carolinas and will not affect our weather. will go off the coast of the carolinas and go out to sea. we'll issue the yellow caution flag traveling across south jersey and delaware, make sure you're driving slowly we have visibility down to less than a half mile. keep the beams on low and the hands on the steering wheel. visibility through the atlantic city airport if you're traveling along the atlantic city expressway route 40, 55, all socked in. black horse pike and white horse pike visibility down. no visibility in beach haven temperatures 58 degrees. the numbers are mild, 67 in philadelphia. millville, 65. wilmington, 64. with the onshore breeze it's allowed for the humidity to come
up a little bit. it's mild, but uncomfortable. later this afternoon the morning fog will give way to a combination of sun and clouds, there's the slightest chance of a pop-up shower, muggy 81 degrees by the first pitch and by the 9th inning we're up to 83 degrees, that's what we're forecasting a high of. right around 83. what's ahead over the next several days, foggy mornings like yesterday turning more humid over the next 72 hours you'll notice that. with the increase in humidity, comes the chance of afternoon thunderstorms. not only today but tomorrow and tuesday, as well. one or two could be on the stronger side monday or tuesday i'll have the details in the seven-day forecast and the latest on a cool down when i see you in ten minutes. guys. >> here at the big board more tornados touched down taking a deadly toll in texas twisters reported in several states. they come on the heels of dozens of tornados in the same path in the southwest and plain states
earlier in the week. some people even got snow. >> reporter: tornados swirling across texas. >> trees ripped out of the ground, very powerful, very destructive. >> reporter: killing and injuring three others has residents in the town of sysco in disbelieve. >> i've lived in sysco for over ten years now i haven't seen anything like this in a long time. >> reporter: it could be days before the authorities could assess the damage done. it was another tense night for millions with wicked weather battering the plains. oklahoma maria, taking a beating also from large hail and flash floods knocking down power lines leaving thousand in the dark. from lightning to turned thrps spring snow -- there was even
spring snow in nebraska, california, and colorado causing delays on the ground and in the air. this morning more severe weather, a rainbow on the horizon in east colorado. a glimmer of hope for so many forced to begin the painful process of recovering and rebuilding. we have the remnants of what was a storage unit and rv park and even a motel all a total loss, but the work to rebuild on hold for the time being with everyone waiting for the storms to move out of the area. abc news, oklahoma. >> "g.m.a." weekend has more on the weather extremes coming up apt 8:00 a.m. after "action news." police in hattie mississippi have been picked up, two brothers who killed two
police officers. police say it happened after one of the officers stopped a cadillac esclade. a second officer arrived to assist him. shots were exchanged and both officers were shot they died at the hospital. one of the suspects fled the scene in an officer's vehicle. the vehicle was later found abandoned. the officers are the first to die in the line of duty in hattiesberg in 30 years. this is a house fire in glassboro they fled 207 west high street. fire damaged the third floor and the rear of the home before firefighters got a handle on the blaze. people next-door had to evacuate. ment cause is being determined. yesterday a british airways flight was diverted to philadelphia airport.
an actor was on board and tweeted about the ordeal. annie mccormick has more. >> reporter: it was supposed to be a direct flight from london heathrow leaving at 8:30 p.m. and arrive in jfk. bad weather forced the flight to philadelphia, passengers and the crew sat on the tarmac for several hours. >> in economy it smelled there was no fresh air we were very tired, some people had children. rndle around 2:30, passengers were let off the plane and even then they were not free from the epic travel nightmare they had to go through customs and it was closed and not expected to reopen until 5:00 a.m. >> when we got off the plane a lot of people were angry because who wants to sit on the floor. they salt on the floor and took
to social media. including a tweet from jeremy pivens. the odd see of the passengers final destination continued after they cleared customs. british airways said they held people board trains, planes and automobiles. >> a captain has the discretion on making the final decision to divert and nobody should be questioning that. annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> 25th annual rails for the cure gets underway shortly by the philadelphia museum of art. the action cam is live at eakens oval right now. opening ceremonies are underway. mayor nutter and ed rendell are greeting the survivors and supporters. there will be a special breast cancer survivors tribute 25
years of survivors. a woman who was diagnosed back in 1978 and today is 70 years old. tens of thousands will hit the parkway for 5k run raising money and awareness for breast cancer. we've got more news you did not see last night. >> reporter: this happened overnight pope francis welcome cube boo's president to the vatican. prince has a concert today and it's related after a suspect died in police custody. >> drexel dragons dynasty goes on and they are not the only local school celebrating. >> reporter: we'll have increasing monday and tuesday, aipg along with the humidity comes the threat of showers and thunderstorms. i'll have the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
happy mother's day to all the moms out there 7:11, 57 cease sky6 live hd looking -- degrees sky6 live hd looking at a foggy philadelphia international. i just checked for delays and nothing major. >> reporter: the fog is becoming very thick so that may change, but right now nothing major. the fog is rolling in across south jersey and delaware. take it easy on the area roads this morning. 6 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint 6 #. the humidity ises -- 64. the human has come up over the last several hours. the predecessor you are reading is holding steady above 30 inches. south jersey socked in,.3 in millville. half mile in dover. .3 in wildwood. reading you're in the clear allentown, down to 6 miles.
there's a little bit patchy fog out there. but not bad. poconos you're all right. 8 miles in trenton, starting to seal the fog roll in, 4 miles. 64 in trenton and reading. dover, 64. millville, a mild 65. in the poconos 60s lancaster, 63. the dewpoints the way we measure the amount of moisture in the air these are in the mid 60s. yesterday, for the first time all season long we started to feel the increase in humidity. we had dewpoints in the low 60s, this afternoon we're expecting them to climb into the upper 60s. when we scale it it's in the middle of the pack. we'll call it humid today the number will climb in the overnight hours and monday and tuesday, it will feel down right, i don't want to say oppressive, it will feel down right awful if you're not a fan of the humidity. satellite and radar once the fog rolls out we'll see a combination of sun and clouds, no big deal through the afternoon, maybe a pop-up shower for some of you that's about
it. here's the latest on ana it just made landfall north of the myrtle beach. you can see the feared bands working inhandle. this is wilmington, north carolina they are in the middle of the heavier bands pushing toward the northwest. several lightening strikes within the band. you can see the counter clockwise rotation. this storm will pull to the north and make a right hand turn and go out to sea. there's the delmarva there there's new york folk, virginia -- norfolk virginia and go out to sea. the moisture that's coming this way has nothing to do with ana that cold front is in the great lakes. that cold front brings the shows and thunderstorms to the area. lunchtime, 80 degrees, at that point the skies are starting to open up a little bit you'll see shades of blue, sun peeks
through, humid reading 79. lancaster, # -- 80 degrees. 5:00 p.m., 85 in allentown. 82 for philadelphia. muggy 79 for trenton. some areas could 'a pop-up shower or brief rumbling of thunder. accuweather says sun and clouds by afternoon, watch out for pop-up shower. 84 degrees is the forecasted high. it will feel like 85. 63 degrees outlying suburbs, 645 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, be on the look out for showers and thunderstorms, both monday and tuesday, very warm and sticky, 85, 88. not recollect toarlt, -- not record territory the record high is 91. wednesday, thursday, friday, a
breath of fresh air no humidity temperatures return to where they should be. saturday, looking if request maybe a -- iffy, if. >> raul castro arrived at the vatican to thank the pope for his role in brokering talks between the u.s. and cuba. the pope is planning to visit cuba in september before coming to philadelphia for the world meeting of families. happening today legendary musician prince is calling the mother's day rally for peace. the concert calls for justice and peace in the wake of the protesters for freddie gray's death. the concert will takes place in baltimore's royal farms arena.
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>> the wifes to be will be looking good on their wedding day and helped a good cause on the way. they want to the wedding gown sale in old city. >> reporter: they were all types and all different shades wedding dresses to be pick out by the soon to be bride. you appear to be relieved at finding the dress. >> it's coming to reality i'm getting married. >> reporter: this wasn't just any bridal show saturday, this was part of brides against breast cancer. >> that's one of the reasons i decided to check it out. i really appreciate the fact that it has a cause and raising awareness. >> reporter: proceeds will benefit health support network
.org that provides services to those fighting the disease. last year they raised more than $1 million. >> we fund free cancer support programs not just for cancer patients, but their families. we help anyone going through the fight during their journey. >> reporter: the gowns on the racks are heavily discounted. $75 the cheapest, 1800 the most expensive. saying yes to the dress can be emotional for any bride. there were a lot of tears for jackie and her bridesmaids who recently lost their mother to cancer. they wore pink down to the socks and her battle. >> she would love it. >> reporter: for ashly her mother who was a breast cancer survivor couldn't be here.
>> my sister is here, and good friends all to support the cause. >> reporter: she thinks her mom will be able to see her take that walk down the the aisle. reporting in old city, kenneth moten channel 6 "action news." >> moms all across country are being treated like queens this mother's day. we'll show you pictures sent into "action news." join in the action you can see a lot of pictures like this. >> we're looking for your best photos of mom or send in your pictures of your mom send in the photos at 6abc.com, use the #6abc action on social media. send pictures and memories to my facebook page and eva's facebook page we'll share them later on in the newscast. >> beautiful pictures. >> reporter: yeah, we'll be right back. fresh brewed, one cup at a time, or on the go.
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>> reporter: welcome back everyone, 7:24 sunday morning, time for the travel forecast you're looking at satellite and radar, a ton of weather out there this morning. 60 tornados across the heartland of the nation yesterday. we're expecting another round of wet weather across the this part of the country this afternoon. this area here and this area here are the bulls eye areas later on. we had 21 inches of snow in the front range of the rockies north of denver into wyoming and north an south dakota. we have ana working to the south. it just made landfall north of the myrtle beach. if you're traveling more than likely there will be bumbles in the roads. be -- bumps in the roads. of 38 degrees feeling like winter across the high plains. 64 spring in omaha.
56 in st. louis. jacksonville, coming in at 63 degrees, checking in the major hubs no reported delays in philadelphia. we're getting reports now that there are minimum delays because of the for 67. logan, 66. chicago midway and o'hare, 46. or handle, sunny and 69. >> in sports now the phillies and mets wrap up their series with a mother's day matinee at citizens bank park. jeff skeverski has highlights of last night's close game. >> reporter: chase utley is off to the worst start by a big leaguer in 100 years. the phillies star going into saturday's game hitting o99. ryan howard and utley out of the
lineup. carlos ruiz down the the left field line. they take a 1 one lead. the birthday boy aaron h aran g. that's not what he wants for his birthday. get out the rally cap chase utley gets a standing ovation as he comes up as a pinch hitter in the 9th. look this, he gets a single. next up, ryan howard pinch hitting captain clutch deep to center just misses. phils lose. the they can win the series for the first time over the mets in a year. will the eagles reclaim the nfc east title, desean jackson doesn't think so. he said the red skins who won only four games last year he believes they are the best team in the division, he even takes a
page of jimmy rollins book, listen to this. >> if you want to be political the espn guys the bloggers will say the dallas cowboys i'm not going to put much pressure on this, but i think we'll be the team to beat this year. >> reporter: ment team to beat, [laughter], we'll see. 11 games one win the union are kicking themselves after a slow start. only one team is off to a worse start in vancouver they gave up two goals, bad soccer, bad calls, too. 12 minutes later union defenseman taking down, no call, goal union lose 3-nill. they have the second worse record in the league. delaware, drexel and temple among the leaders going into the dad vail regatta final race. how about the men's varsity 8.
florida tech edging out michigan. drexel finishes third and it helps them clinch the men's title as well as the overall title. drexel won the overall dad vail regatta for the third straight year. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a great day. >> in wilmington, delaware, young baseball players paid tribute to men who played when segregation was still going on. they wore the uniforms of the negro league. organizers of the event did it to teach the kids while baseball is great character is that much more important.
>> police are investigate a shooting on south street, two teens were wounded. sky6 live hd looking live at cape may, new jersey, it's a foggy start to your mother's day. >> the action cam live by the art museum, where the race for the cure will start soon, many are gathered on the stems at this -- steps at this hour. >> outside to chris sowers on the terrace. >> reporter: we have patchy dense fog, as you can see the live sky 6s, you could pick things out now earlier couldn't.
dense fog advisory remains in effect for in south jersey and delaware visibility will drop especiallien 0 the water -- especially on the water atlantic city and lakehurst you'll be socked in. .3 in atlantic city and millville. .8 in dover. we start to pull out a little bit the farther north and west you go, reading in the clear ten miles allentown 6 miles. poconos 9. trenton, 4 miles. just like yesterday as you can see here, once the fog lifts there's not much going on. combination of and seven clouds, the humidity goes up -- sun and clouds, the humidity will go up a little bit, with the humidity there's a chance of a pop-up shower or thunderstorm. it's not a huge chance, only a 20 or 25% chance. some of you will see wet weather
today. golf forecast it will be interesting in south jersey and delaware. keep it on the fairway with all the fog. it will be muggy temperatures, 73. 2:00 p.m., 8 # -- 82 degrees, actually if i were playing i enjoy the fog because i hit so bad, it's a good excuse. >> excuses excuses. the first tropical storm. year made landfall in south carolina. hours before ana's stained winds clocked in at 50 miles per hour, dropping from saturday's afternoon wind speed of 60. the storm is to further weaken as the moves over land. it is surprisingly early tropical storm showing up ahead of the official june starting
point of the hurricane season. in the southern plains a deadly tornado was caught on camera as it moved across parts of texas. it is blamed for killing one person and leaving a wide swath of damage. several homes were destroyed and one was killed and three others injured. the storm tore town trees and power lines. a second tornado touched down in berk about burnett. sky6 live hd is looking live at philadelphia international airport. foggy as you can see. call 1-800-phl-gate if you're flying out or picking someone up. between the fog in our area and weather issues in other parts of the country, some flights are experiencing delays. as you head out the door this weekend check in with 6abc.com/weather get the up dated forecast and live storm tracker 6 live radar. >> we continue to follow a developing story out of south
philadelphia, early morning shootings have sent three teenagers to the hospital. the action cam was along 700 block of south street where two teenagers were wounded early this morning. when police arrived after 1:20, they found a 16 and 17-year-old victim with gunshots in the legs, they are in the hospital in stable condition. half-hour later a 19-year-old man was shot in the leg two blocks away at 9th an bainbridge. police are not saying the shooting is connected to the first so far. no articles. new overnight from bensalem bucks the action cam was on meridian drive where firefighters balloted a house fire, two people and two animals escaped unharmed. smoke detectors activated a house alarm system that notified the fire department. this fiery car crash
happened on the tuckahoe road in gloucester county. the car hit a pole and burst into flames, everyone got out safely before the fire. the action cam is live at eakens over where -- oval where the 25th annual race for the cure is underway. it includes a survivors parade of pink. the 5k will kick off and continue down the benjamin franklin parkway. we'll be watching and cheering on all the apartments, of course, once again we're so happy to see all the survivors with their family members and their friends. what a great way to spend mother's day, happy mother's day to all the mom also out there enjoy this terrific event. speaking of mother's day we're here at the big board with your pictures that you've been nice enough to send in. this is patty, this is my mama
with her grand son cj. this is from diana. wishing you a happy mother's day, thank you. we have pictures of children and grandchildren and great grandchildren. this is petra farmer, this is my beautiful mother shoveling a path for the dog so he could go, we lost her to ovarian cancer number 1999. this is my mom who lived to be 90 years old. they had a farm with a vegetable garden. she had made the best strawberry rubarb pie. i want to go to the beginning, i think i saw some new ones here this morning, that you just posted a little bit ago. this is from christian he said this is my mom and her son, of
course is me, thank you for sending that in. thrers a few more, karen in loving memory taken way too early in honor of her today i planted jeer -- plants in my yard. happy moarmdz to all of you -- mother's day to all of you thanks so much for sharing your memories with us, we appreciate it. >> the 77th annual dad vail regatta is etched in the history book. 6abc was proud to bring you four hours of live compage along the schuylkill coverage along the schuylkill expressway. momentum moalt was -- kenneth moten was there. >> reporter: the 77th annual
regatta is a fixture in philadelphia. this year it did not disappoint. thousands of collegiate rowers went to work on the schuylkill river. >> it's great. >> reporter: 500 student athletes more than 120 colleges and universities from the u.s. and canada competed on the river race course. so many schools represented and the local guys and girls were right there. we have couldn't miss the drexel dragons last year's champions who came with fans. >> they are out on the river first thing in the morning they make it a priority. they work their hardest, they deserve i meant. >> reporter: the temple owls and the women's rowing team got a win in the final. as tradition would have it. the coxwain was thrown into the river.
our own matt o'donnell anchored the live coverage and showed off the heart pounding races. >> you yell and ring your cow bell and pray a little. >> reporter: vendors lined up to feed spectators who were thrilled to be cheering on the amazing student athletes. >> i can't imagine a better atmosphere so many people and so many cheering it's couldn't be any better. >> reporter: it was a thrilling day on and off the river. atat whats an overcast start to the dad vail regatta but the sun came out just in time for the finals. this year's champion for the third year in a row drexel university. reporting along the schuylkill river, kenneth moten channel 6 "action news." >> congratulations! there's much more to come on "action news" sunday. >> a center industry law firm -- center city law firm
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may. 64 degrees in cape may. dewpoint 64. light breeze out of the southeast at # miles per hour. the ocean -- 3 miles per hour. the ocean temperature is 58 degrees. numbers rising in pottstown 67. warrington 67. saint davids 64. chester and center city 67 gandys beach 65. smyrna 64. bay temperatures, 65. avalon 60. the dense fog advisory remains in effect until 9:00 a.m. for all of delaware and south jersey, this is the area where we'll seal the visibility dip below a quarter mile. satellite and radar repeat performance of what we saw yesterday, once the fog lifts it's a combination of sun and clouds during the course of the day, one or two areas pick you have -- pick up a brief shower
rumble of thunder that's about it. tropical storm ana made landfall north of myrtle beach. severe weather day for the southern plains picking up snow, they saw 60 tornados from the panhandle of oklahoma and texas. this area northward it shifts to places here, omaha wichita this will be the bulls eye area today. winds in excess of 60 miles with the some of the thunderstorms and there is the possibility of large hail in some of the areas and once again maybe some tornados from dallas to omaha. severe weather for the high plains to the heartland of the nation. more snow, 3 to 6 inches of snow for north an south dakota. temperatures in the 30s there. warm and sticky for us. the thanks to the high pressure. winds out of the of the southwest, it will feel like the beginning of june with the highs mid to low 80s.
there's myrtle beach some of the feared bands working into the center of myrtle beach. the model takes the storm to the north and east of raleigh and makes a right hand turn and pulls out to sea. the shower activity monday and tuesday is in the form of a cold front which is currently across the great lakes. one or two storms could be on the stronger side, at this time we're not expecting widespread, severe weather. 82 degrees lunchtime in philadelphia. reading, 79. you can see how the modeling is starting to show holes in the cloud cover. millville, 74. by afternoon combination of sun and clouds, the fog will have burned off and one or two showers starting to develop. forecast for today temperatures in the low to mid 80s, 84 in allentown, 84 in reading morning fog sun and clouds, mid 70s on the coast. milder than yesterday down there. failure cool considering what we're seeing inland.
83 degrees today, the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast very warm with a hit or miss shower or thunderstorm monday. 85 degrees, the heat is peeking for tuesday breezy with thunderstorms, 88. less humid 74. a cold front comes in and knocks the temperatures down, thursday looks good, friday looks good, saturday there could showers. not a bad mother's day tall, but one or two could see a pop-up shower. >> learning to drive is an exciting time for many teams and nerve racking one for parents. >> reporter: it's a sober statistic, per mile driven teenage drivers are three times more likely to be in a fatal crash than those over the age of 20. the highest crash risk is in the first year after a teen gets his or her license.
katherine mcdonald says graduated drivers licenses have improved safety. >> limiting passengers and nighttime driving that has helped us to decrease our crash rates. >> reporter: but mcdonald says parents can play a bigger role by working with the teens to set house rules. a good one is having to ask to use the car. >> it opens up an opportunity for the parents to say where are you going what route are you taking. >> reporter: since inexperience figures into so many accidents mcdonald suggests parents continue driving practice with their kids so they can handle bad weather and following too closelily, turning left into on coming traffic and driving while tired and going off the road due to distractions. in the focus group mcdonald's
found teens are aware that distracted driving is dangerous. >> how can we get them to stop the behavior. >> reporter: the key is to keep the conversation going. children's hospital has videos that can help parents navigate this new highway. you can find those and more resources related to this story at our website 6abc.com. erin o'hern channel 6 "action news."
i'm lynne abraham. when i became philadelphia's da, child victims had to face a judge ...a jury...the public... and testify eye to eye with their attackers. it wasn't right. so i got a constitutional amendment passed allowing children to testify remotely. i'm running for mayor for the same reason -- our children should come first. jim kenney and tony williams are fighting over public schools versus charters. i disagree. we have to improve education for all of our children. >> food art and the law are coming together in a one of kind exhibition, karen rogers has more on this week's 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: it's called city bites it's on view in center city. a firm that developed a reputation for showcasing philadelphia artists in the
offices where they practice. >> this is our 9th alter show of the philadelphia -- art show of the philadelphia artist series. when we moved to this state 4 1/2 years ago we had all these white walls and we wanted beautiful things to look atmosphere. >> reporter: it doubles as an art gallery and the art is for show and sale with all proceeds going to the artist. >> we love to support the arts. >> reporter: the current exhibit city bites displays the artest and photographer who shares the love of food. >> local ingredients and local places. it's a lot of local stuff. things we love in philadelphia. >> reporter: photographer works directly with the top chefs to capture the culinary works of arts. >> these were done in a a bunch of different restaurants around town. >> i paint much better when i
like my subject i like food. >> reporter: mark paints recognizable favorites like donuts. >> i decided to do a series of great chefs in philadelphia. >> reporter: go to the website to schedule an appointment or visit arts arts to learn more about this and other area events for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers. >> looks fun. a dense fog advisory is in effect for south jersey and delaware. "live" with kelly and michael shot of atlantic -- a lot shot of atlantic city. meteorologist chris sowers is back with the final check of the accuweather forecast.
the action cam there on eakens oval, the steps of the art museum, you see that sea of pink. it's the starting line for the race for the cure this morning. it should start soon, there was a parade a short time ago, 6,000 survivors all on the steps of the art museum. they are accepting donations online, a great way for people to spend mother's day. >> that's the parade of pink. 7:55 we are just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> reporter: hi, eva and nydia. coming up on "g.m.a.," 45 reports of tornados from texas to colorado on saturday. one of those was deadly touching down near a small town in texas our rob marciano has the latest from oklahoma.
also this morning striking back winton striking back with a counter suit against a woman who accused him of rape back in 2012. on a lighter note we're wishing a happy mother's day to all the moms out there. i pitched in to help with a mom of 7 she has 7 kids under the age of 11. i helped her organize her family room. i can't wait to show you the results. >> love the before and after pictures. >> reporter: we'll have a before and after picture today. right now you can't see a thing in you live in south jersey and delaware. everyone feels the humidity today, 83 degrees this afternoon, 85 tomorrow. 88 degrees tuesday not quite record high territory it's getting close, cold front
wednesday, thursday, friday, look great, lots of sunshine, cooler temperatures and no humidity. >> beautiful! >> thank you chris. good morning weekend is next on channel 6 -- "good morning america" weekend is next on channel 6. >> we have an update on three shootings two on south street that sent two teens to the hospital. >> a perfect score on his college admission test now hear what this teenager says helped him. >> for chris sowers, nydia han and the entire "action news" team i'm nydia han. we'll see you at 9:00 a.m.! #
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happening now, deadly tornado outbreak. twisters tearing through texas. one person killed, others missing. dozens of homes and businesses wrecked. at least 40 other reported tornados overnight. >> whoa! that was close. >> our rob marciano chasing the storms as tropical storm ana sets its sights on the carolinas. >> ana is a few miles offshore but the winds are intense. >> complete coverage of this double dose of trouble. breaking overnight, officers killed, two cops shot in the line of duty, gunned down during a traffic stop. two suspects making a getaway, the massive manhunt overnight. baby animal kidnapping.