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>> good afternoon, it is sunday may 17, i'm nydia han eva pilgrim is off. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news." developing this noon, the search for answers is on after warehouse goes up in flames in montgomery county. we're live. the feds order amtrak to make immediate changes after last week's deadly derailment.
and tragedy at notre dame, a student falls off the roof and dies one day before he was set to graduate. moreen the stories in a moment, but first the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast with meteorologist chris sowers good afternoon chris. >> reporter: good afternoon, nydia, not too bad it's warm and humid, if you pull up a seat underneath the shade it feels pretty good. let's go over to storm tracker 6 live double scan of we have a difference across the viewing area north to south. if you live in the lehigh valley and the poconos we see thin clouds w sun shining down through that. the southern portions of the viewing area is seeing the thick overcast and white rain. we'll zoom into kent and new castle county and delaware and cape may counties in south jersey. you can see the patchy drizzle and scattered showers reported from dover to middletown and salem down through gandys beach
fortescue into the tip in cape may. that will be the trend in the next hour or so. you can see the line extends all the way through york and harrisburg. that will continue to pull to the south and to the east, about 20, 25 miles per hour. keeping the cloud cover locked in across the southern areas, to the north, you can see the sun peek through. 81 in philadelphia. a muggy 76 in millville. wilmington, 78. 77 in reading allentown 75. the normal high is only 74 and we're well above that we're shooting for a high of 86, 87. phillies taking on arizona 83, 82 somewhere in that ballpark. warm and sticky, a couple of thunderstorms are possible. might not calls a rain display but they will be in and around the area, 85, 86 by the time it's over. it's a warm and sticky finish to the weekend. showers and thunderstorms a good
bet that will develop this afternoon. we have a greater chance 6 showers and storms monday and tuesday, i'll talk much more on that when i see you in ten minutes with the full and exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. nydia. >> chris thank you. developing this noon, crews are on the scene of this massive three-alarm fire in montgomery county. smoke and flames were shooting into the air earlier this morning on the ten hundred block of coldwell lane in plymouth township. >> reporter: nydia, this fire is under control and the firefighters are in a cleanup mode. the warehouse has been knocked down and firefighters are working to put out some of the hopt spots. this was the -- 9 hot spots. this was the seen earlier this morning when the fire broke out. firefighters encountered heavy smoke and flames shooting through the roof. neighbors reported hearing
explosion. the fire went to three-alarms, 100 firefighters responded and began attacking. it's home to philadelphia flooring and centeck blinds. there is runoff going into the storm drain. the chemicals are not a danger to the public, but working to mitigate the problems with the run off the departments of environment protection and haz/mat are on scene and here was the fire chief a short time ago. >> we're trying to remedy the situation. we were trying to collect it and as you suck iflt out as betts -- it out as west we could. now we'll dump large amounts of water into the drain system to dilute it. >> reporter: residents are being told to shelter in place the winds are shifting and there's
smoke in the area. one firefighter did suffer a minor hand injury. he was taken to a local hospital and is going to be okay. the cause is under investigation. live in plymouth township, chad perdelli channel 6 "action news." nydia. >> chad, thank you,. in new jersey, a woman is in critical condition after a fire in trenton. the action cam on the # -- 700 block of center street. the blaze broke out on the first floor of the town home and spread to another. about a dozen people are displaced. there's no word on what sparked the fire. crews are trying to figure out what sparked this fire at a popular surf shop on the ocean city boardwalk. flames were shooting from the store when crews arrived. nobody was hurt, but the shop is heavily damaged. changes are coming to amtrak in the wake of the deadly train derailment.
the federal railroad administration has ordered amtrak to expand the use of the speed restriction system on the northbound rails. it's already used for southbound trains approaching the curve. it automatically applieses the brakes engineer doesn't slow down in time. amtrak is hoping to resume limited service between new york and philadelphia tomorrow, full service on tuesday. septa is expected to release information about possibility of restoring service on the trenton regional rail line tomorrow. friends and families are saying goodbye to some of the victims of the crash. funeral services are being held for laura finamore. funeral services will be held for 39-year-old rachel jacobs taking place in her hometown outside her hometown in
detroit, michigan. jacobs was the ceo of an educational software company in university city and lived in new york. our coverage continues at 6abc.com. you can follow the latest on the ntsb investigation you can see pictures and read more on the victims of the tragedy. school officials in montgomery will decide later today if lower moreland high school will be opened for class. yesterday, a 32-year-old was killed when he lost control of his dodge ram and sped across the parking lot into the building. the impact brought down record electrical wires and caused water pipes to about burst. nobody was hurt. a university of notre dame senior has died after falling from the roof of one of the school's athletic buildings. he fell to his death early
yesterday morning. police found him on the ground outside the joy center. that's the buildings that houses the school's basketball arena. university officials say he gained access to the roof with a small group of other students. the roof was slippery from rain. the county coroner is trying to determine the exact cause of death. there's much more to come on "action news" for sunday afternoon. looking to lose a few pounds before summer, a shopping list can go a long way. beach goers in new zealand get a shock when this massive squid washes ashore, the incredible pictures coming up.
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the beach in new zealand. the longest tentacle was 16 feet long. no word on how it died. but experts say squid grow very fast and not live very long. >> reporter: it's a lot of ca calamari. >> it's kind of the tale of two different stories north of the pennsylvania turnpike, the clouds are thinner the sun is shining through. south jersey and delaware, the controversy cast is thicker and there's rain drops falling. in cape may you can kind of see it there. cumberland salem and delaware reporting light rain. double scan live very light stuch. stuff, just a little bit of light, patchy drizzle up and
down the delaware bay region not posing much of an issue. reading, 78. allentown, 75 and trenton 76. what you are not seeing this, these dewpoints are through the roof. especially for may's standards. we typically see this in june, july and august, to get it in may, that's pretty unusual. we're sitting at 70 in wilmington dover 74. millville, 69. we're still technically in the 65 to 70-degree range which is humid but we're approaching above 70 in some areas which would be awful on our scale. they will stay that way over the next couple of days. today miserable tomorrow, same thing, tuesday we start out with high dew points, as the back dooper cold front sweeps through. it clears everything out look at this, wednesday thursday, and friday, it's a breath of fresh air as all the humidity works out to sea.
satellite and radar, you can see clouds up and down the atlantic, shower activity, nothing heavy. be on the look out for heavier thunderstorms this afternoon. future tracker, lots of clouds, you can see how thin some of them are, in some spots you'll see the sun shining through others cloudy conditions. later this evening, note the coverage is not as widespread as yesterday evening and for the most part it's shades of green. but one or two could be on the stronger side. overnight tonight everything goes quiet, warm and soupy out there, again. if you're debating turning on the air-conditiner, you'll need to tonight because it will be worse than last night. tomorrow morning, warm and stifling out there once again. monday afternoon showers and thunderstorms developing temperatures in time upper 70s
low 80s. this pattern which is typical for late june early july. today, clouds out there breaks of sun thunderstorms expected, not as numerous as yesterday evening. they could fire up at any time this afternoon brief downpours are possible. it should stay under severe criteria. 86 degrees is the forecasted high in philadelphia. overnight tonight spotty evening thunderstorm. otherwise warm and humid 63 degrees outlying suburbs, 67 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, same thing for monday, same exact thing tuesday, 86 today, 8 # tomorrow, 82 tuesday very humid conditions right through the next 72 hours. wednesday, sun breezy, cooler, refreshing, 74. thursday, 75. and friday and saturday, 78. that all-important memorial day forecast looks nice. >> terrific. oprah philadelphia closes
out its 40th anniversary season with one of the originators of bebop. karen rogers has more. >> reporter: charlie parker's yardbirds marks the first premier for oprah philadelphia. this was created for american tenor lawrence brownly. parker had a tough upbringing alcohol and heroin were factors in his death at 34. >> he comes back and lives several moments of his life. the people he was influenced by. he was from the south and called new york his home. he developed a style and honed his skills working along iconic jazz figures of the era. >> louie armstrong
angela brown is playing the role of parker's overprettyve momma. with this being opera philadelphia's final show of the season all are encouraged to come out and enjoy this event. >> we're hoping this will be success. >> charlie parker being one of the founders of bebop and taking jazz to where it is today. it's very relevant and one the jazz they will love. >> reporter: charlie parker's yardbird runs june 15th at the perelman theater. visit 6abc.com for more on this and other area events. for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers.
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journal of new tricials education and -- nutritional education and behavior. extra curricular activities that one student got into is causing a buzz. mount laurel steve schwartz is graduating from ryder university. for him it's all about the bees. >> the clothes that we ware, if it wasn't for the bee poll nation we wouldn't have it. >> reporter: steve a geo science and stain ability major was working at the campus back in 2012 when he found out they had beehives on campus. schwartz happily teaches other students about caring for bees and written a manual and paper
about ethics of bee keeping. >> we need to sustain the bees. after graduation, schwartz will travel abroad to study volcanos and head back to a school to teach for the america program. >> i think education is one of the most important issues that america is facing right now. >> reporter: perhaps steve will share his love of bees with his future students because it's a hobby he said he will never give up. >> reporter: i'll bee keep for the rest of the my life. >> reporter: you can understand why we call him a bee student. in lawrence, nora muchanic channel 6 "action news." >>
don't look now -- don't look now but the phillies have won four straight games. they have their final home stand against the arizona diamondbacks. jeff skeverski has more in sports. >> reporter: who are they say guys? they were the worst team in baseball, they looked lifeless. the phillies win their 4th straight game for the first time since last august. showing signs of life, ryan puts jeff van correspond -- van core out there. it's an rbi double, freddie galvis come on down. they score four in the third they get three hoar in the
5th. utley drives into and gets two hits on base three times utley's average up to 138 the highest he's had in a month. they have won a season high 4 in a row. >> i like what i am seeing, you know it's coming from different guys it's more consistent up and down the lineup, yeah in a lot of ways, warmer weather having bats under the belt, whatever it might be, the timing is good right now with certain guys getting hot and others are joining in. i think it has snowballed with momentum on the offensive side of things. >> reporter: phils go for the weep later today. will american pharoah become a legend, a mile and a half away from ending the longest drought in the horse
racing history. all eyes on american pharoah and the weather it starts pouring before the race. his father was a mudder. his mother was a mudder. >> american pharoah has won the preakness! >> reporter: american pharoah dominates to win the preakness. up next the belmont stakes wrecked become the first horse to win the crown in 37 years. arena football the undefeated soul trying to keep it that way in jacksonville. soul playing from behind the entire way. final seconds down 8, it is 4th and 3, in nadda out of time.
they fall 7-1. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski. have a good day. >> another half-hour of "action news" is just ahead. here's some of the stories we'll have for you. federal administrators hand down a tough new mandate to amtrak following the deadly crash in philadelphia. the tank seems to run driver on full service in new jersey gas stations. those stories and more when "action news" continues. 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.
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something happening right now on "action news" a three-alarm fire devastates a business in montgomery county. we're live. strong storms pummel parts of the central plains and people are not out of the woods yet. and long last sisters reunited all thanks to a creative writing class. more on those stories but first outside we go for a check of the accuweather forecast with meteorologist chris sowers.
>> reporter: let me back in, its way too humid out here, i can feel the sweat dripping down by back a little bit. the humidity leaves have gone through the roof. now that we have a system approaching from the west we have showers popping up. we have a nice gentle shower for portions of kent and new castle county in delaware. just enough to water the flower beds and the garden and wash away the poll nl. pollen. i would like to see the line pull into the city. the wider view showing cloud cover to the south. we're seeing holes in the clouds. they are starting to thin out farther to the north places like vicinity vincent town. and allentown bethlehem, lehigh valley that could be enough to trigger thunderstorms later on. right now things are quiet later this afternoon things could get active.
77 in pottstown sticky in saint davids. quakertown 77. cinnaminson, 79. gandys beach a rain-cooled 74. hammonton, 78 degrees. clouds and sun thunderstorms possible muggy that 86 will feel closer to 09 with all the humidity. probably 88 or 89 that's what the feels like temperature will be. the pollen is looking better thanks to the downpour. if you live in an area that didn't pick up a downpour, the pollen count is high in your neighborhood. if you live in an area that did receive a downpour you're breathing better out here today. hopefully everybody over the next couple of days sees downpours and washes the pollen away. that's the latest for now, when i see you in ten minutes we'll go over the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
>> chris, thank you. now to the latest on the developing story out of the montgomery county. you crews are on the scene of this massive three-alarm fire. smoke and flames were shooting into the area in plymouth township. chad perdelli is live at the scene with the latest. good afternoon chad. >> reporter: hey, nydia, this fire is now under control and firefighters are now in the cleanup mode that's what's left of the warehouse it's been completely knocked down as firefighters continue to put out the hot spots. this was the scene earlier this morning around # 30:00 a.m. when the fire broke out. firefighters encountered heavy smoke flames shooting through the roof. we were told there were several wall collapses and residents reporting hearing explosions. this fire went to three-alarm also. the fire companies from around the county responded. 100 firefighters in all attacked it. the warehouse is home to
philadelphia flooring an centeck blinds. they are destroyed. there is runoff going into storm drains they are petroleum-based products. haz/mat is on scene to mitigate the chemicals and get them cleaned up. >> we're in the process of trying to remedy the situation. we were trying to collect it, but we realized it's not going to work, so we're going to dump fresh water into the storm drain system to dilute it. >> we were nervous my wife woke up in a panic we moved our son out of the back bedroom into the front. we were ready to leave if we had. >> reporter: and officials tell me the chemicals are not a danger to the public, but i'll tell you if you're downwind your eyes can burn. that said therein no
evacuations, but officials are telling residents to shelter in place if they can. one firefighter was taken to the local hospital for a hand injury. the cause of the fire is under investigation. chad perdelli channel 6 "action news." >> chad, thank you. immediate changes are coming to amtrak in the wake of the deadly train drailt derailment. the federal railroad administration has ordered the speed restriction system. it automatically applies the brakes in the engineer doesn't slow down in time. 8 people were killed and 200 others hurt in the crash. amtrak is hoping to resume limited service between philadelphia and new york tomorrow and full service tuesday. meanwhile, septa is expected to release information later today
about the possibility of restoring service on the trenton regional rail line. stay with "action news" for any developments in the amtrak train derailment. you can get the latest information at 6abc.com and on our social media accounts. severe weather is hammering parts of the central plains. more than 25 tornados were reported this this week. this storm is not letting up yet. rob marciano has more from oklahoma. >> reporter: 25 reported tornados pummeling the plains, texas, oklahoma, kansas, nebraska, wyoming to minnesota. this is the cell we've been tracking a magnificent super cell. powerful winds destroying this home in elmer. >> i want in the shower you could hear the hail hitting the floor outside the bathroom door.
>> reporter: passing through a cow pasture outside a oklahoma town. we got caught in the storm. we followed this all the way you can hear the tornado sirens going off rain-wrapped tornado heading northeast. this tornado hitting gentleman gentleman -- geronimo. and heavy rain causing flawshing in -- flash flooding in wicht this utility company trying to get the homes back on their feet. public is getting more chances to weigh in on the rate hikes to increase the rates 9%
and get rid of rail and train service. there will be 9 more meetings held throughout the week. drivers in new jersey may be able to pump their own gas. it will call for a 3 year period that merchants can offer self service. opponents say it can lead to inconvenient wait times at the pump. democratic candidates for mayor in philadelphia are in the final week of campaigning. the 6 candidates are crisscrossing the city this weekend in hopes of getting last minute supporters. many voters have not made up their minds. president obama will pay a visit to camden, new jersey to see how police are forging better relationships with the community. the president will meet with camden county police officials to discuss what they are doing
to build trust with residents. camden was designated a promise zone a grant program meant to radios crime and improve public health and boost the economy. three people are dead and more than a dozen hurt in a suicide bombing near afghanistan capitol. the attack appears to have targeted a vehicles of a european union police training mission. one person has died. 18 people were wounded including 8 women and three children. we are learning more today about a u.s. raid that took out a top member of isis in syria. the aim was to capture not kill but army commandos were met with such stiff resistance, the target of the raid was abu sayyaf head of oil operations. officials abu sayyaf say was a
known associate of the group's leader. his wife was captured and being questioned. pope francis canonized two 19th century nuns who lived in palestine. the canonization tombs at the vatican. palestinian president and 2,000 christians were there in support. the ceremony comes a few days after the vatican formally recognized palestinian state hood florida treaty. a new skin care treatment has got people talking the main ingredient, chicken soup. you can try it out for yourself. star wars fans in london we'll take you to a exhibit that's recreating the film's
major and where you from. katie was suspicious, she had been searching for her long lost sister she had not seen. she decided to ask lizzie very specific questions leading katie to think the younger sister. >> i think i am your sister. >> i was like frozen, like wait. >> reporter: tomorrow, lizzie graduates from columbia, it will be the first time katie will meet their biological mother. we're trying to we'll look around the area and start out with the view from center city looking at the camden waterfront. temperatures have spiked, 81 degrees dewpoints 67.
winds out of the south southwest at 11 miles per hour. down the shore we go, cloud cover thicker. patchy haze and fog off the coast. 77 degrees dewpoint very, very high for may. winds out of the west at 10 miles per hour. ocean temperature, 56. chester county, let's see what's going on out there. clouds and patchy haze, uncomfortable dewpoints, 65 that's the dewpoint temperature. air temperature 77. for the most partly it's quiet out there a few showers developing across kent and new castle county in delaware, delaware bay region, current and cape may counties in south jersey nothing too terribly heavy. for the skew patchy drizzle -- for the purpose of fortescue patchy drizzle. we'll look to see a few showers and thunderstorms developing later this afternoon.
81 in philadelphia. wilmington, 78. millville, 76. trenton, 76. allentown, 75 and the poconos 70 degrees, satellite and radar warm front just now starting to bend like this. you can see it's following the cloud cover there. this will return into the area by tomorrow in the form of a back door cold front right there. and then we have another cold front right there. this will sweep through on tuesday, every front you'll see will bring the chance of showers and thunderstorms over the next couple of days. we're in the warm, soupy sector today. the back door cold front ignites storms tomorrow, the secondary front will ignite or trigger storms on tuesday. future tracker 6 by are 5:00 p.m., notice how widely scattered these are most of us us won't see it. one or two will pick up a quick-hitting storm. high humidity levels. 77 in philadelphia by 8:00 p.m.
temperatures not dropping too much. 76 by 8:30, that's above the normal high. allentown, 70. trenton, 77. showers and thunderstorms by afternoon with high temperatures in the low 80s. main threats with the storms, a lot of us won't see it, but those of you that do, expect cloud to ground lightening strikes and downpours and gusty winds. 86 in philadelphia. trenton, 84. millville, 84. cooler on the water thanks to the sea breeze. atlantic city, 75 and cape may 76. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows an unsettled pattern for monday and tuesday, either neither day is wash. 82 monday, 82 tuesday wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday sunday, monday, as of now look fantastic. lots of sunshine, temperatures in the mid to upper 70s easy going. >> now nobody had to swing a
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everything from car loans to mortgages. chicken soup is said to be a cure all for whatever ales you. it's not only good for your soul, it's good for your skin. alicia vitarelli shows us how it works. >> reporter: inside comsm skin care it -- custom skin care it smells like mom's kitchen. they are not cooking up dinner, this is the latest edition to their facial menu. it's chicken soup with onion and turnips and carrots. she got the idea in other own kitchen. her face felt smoother, so she strained soup and tried it as a official. >> all my pours were tiny. she added extra ingredients. we add tumeric and sweet
potatoes. >> they are all great antioxidants. >> reporter: she said friends tried the facial and loved it. it went on the spa menu. rachel had facials before but none like this. >> i thought was crazy. >> reporter: some doctors think the idea may not be so crazy. some of the ingredients are long hiferlts in making the -- histories in making the skin look younger and preteen is used to get topical ingredients through skin. he sees it as part of the hole hole -- holistic approach to health. rachel said it worked for her. >> my skin is nice and smooth
and tight. for channel 6 "action news" i'm alicia vitarelli. >> looks like it's worth a try. tonight it's the 2015 billboard music award. you'll seem the year's hottest acts and biggest stars be sure to catch the premier of taylor swift new video for bad blood. it will be hosted by ludicrous and chrisy tiegan. see it tonight on of -- 6abc 8:00 p.m. followed by "action news" at 11:00 p.m. i trust jim kenney. jim kenney. jim kenney. jim kenney. he'll be a mayor for all of philadelphia.
firefighters continue to pour water on warehouse in plymouth township that was leaved by an early-morning fire. the building had flooring material and chemicals used for the material. there were no reports of injuries. amtrak is expanding the use of a speed restriction system on philadelphia's northbound lines where one of i its train crashed last week killing 8 people. amtrak hopes to resume limited service between philadelphia and new york tomorrow and full service on tuesday. scattered severe storms are moving east in missouri, illinois and arkansas. the same storms produced 2 dozen tornados along with heavy rain and flash flooding from texas to minnesota. you have an update on our weather. >> reporter: nothing like that here. we'll see thunderstorms this afternoon, mostly cloudy, 86 degrees, feeling like 89 with all the humidity. monday, # 2. chance of thunderstorms.
tuesday, more storms and cold front up to 82. the rest of the week mostly sunny and temperatures in the 70s. finally at noon, star wars fans can get an up close and personal look at some of the series' most iconic theme. the series shows all the characters. it has sound effects. >> we consulted fans and we asked fans what were the iconic moments that they could step into at madam tuseau. indy car racing is next on channel 6. "action news" continues at 6:00 p.m.
for chris sowers, eva pilgrim and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han. have a great sunday. we'll see you next saturday. here's to the explorers. those diagnosed with cancer who didn't settle for just one opinion on their diagnosis or recommended treatment plan they explored their options. and discovered a new level of empowerment. at cancer treatment centers of america in philadelphia, that's what we do-empower our patients with a comprehensive second opinion.
following is a special presentation of espn on abc. the indianapolis motor speedway at the quarter of 16th and georgetown qualification day, the day to decide who wins pole position for the indianapolis 500 race and which 33 drivers will compete in next sunday's greatest spectacle in racing. it's also a day where the conversation has changed from how fast will it take to win the pole to when will the run be. hello, i'm allen bestwick. thanks for joining us for our coverage today from the indianapolis motor speedway. after rain yesterday, the drama today was going to be just how fast would it take for a driver