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pennsylvania. summer officially arrives tomorrow but will the week be a washout. let's get to the the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast with meteorologist chris sowers. and you're saying not totally a washout? >> reporter: i didn't know where you were going with that. i'm always paying attention. let's go live on sky 6. it's very muggy around the delaware valley. uncomfortable start high humidity levels and patchy haze and showers around across the area. temperature-wise we're sitting at 74, millville 75. sea isle, 75. up to the north the humidity levels are moving in like this and about as far as the pennsylvania turnpike. from that point south uncomfortable. from that point north comfortable. no humidity in the poconos. we're seeing showers holding on
across portions of south jersey and the mouth of delaware bay. what we're watching is this guy right here, the remnants. bill that's been over land for three days, we continue to see a well-defined center of circulation. it's holding together nicely and should move into our neck of the woods overnight tonight. there could be a renegade shower or thunderstorm ahead of the activity. for the most part it's a cloudy day. this thunderstorm will not ruin your saturday. it's going to be very hit or miss, pop up variety-type of storms. flood watch goes into effect overnight tonight for the entire area. this is for the remnant of bill and the downpours i'll have more on the forecast when i see you in ten minutes. eva. >> thanks, chris. breaking news, partly of the pennsylvania turnpike remains closed at this hour after this massive truck fire.
the truck was carrying 27,000 gallons of oil. it burst into flames at 7:15 in the eastbound lanes. turnpike in bensalem. police say this was not an accident, the driver noticed a problem and pulled over before the truck burst into flames, fortunately that driver was not hurt. crews were able to put the fire out after 8:00. they are assessing the condition of the road. all eastbound lanes are closed in the area and they remain that way for several hours stay with "action news" an 6abc.com for the very latest. not long before that crash fire crews battled another tractor-trailer driver in bensalem. the driver was getting off the turnpike when the big rig flipped and caught fire on the exit ramp for street road. you can see the debris from the truck scattered along the embankment here. the driver was not hurt, but did
take crews a while to put out the fire. thousands of people of all faiths came together to remember the victims of the cherls -- charleston church shooting. they attended a prayer vigil at the college of charles basketball arena. church leaders told those in attendance they must wrestle of the unspeakable violence that took nine lives but the community must spread the word of god and fellowship. meantime, the alleged gunman, dylann roof is charged with nine counts of murder. he appeared in court for the bond hearing, some of the relatives had a chance to address him when they did, the remarkable happened. they forgave him. >> it hurts me, you hurt a lot of people, but god for gives you
and i for give you. >> reporter: roof's family released a statement saying words cannot express our shock grief and disbelief is to what happened. their thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of those killed. one of the victims of the massacre had ties to philadelphia. the wrenched clementa pinkney was due to visit the city in a few weeks. dann cuellar sat down with his aunt. >> reporter: it turns out the slain pastor of the historic church was to come her to visit his aunt's church mount enon. she spoke with us about her nephew the reverend clementa pinkney. >> we can't give up, we still love, no hate we don't want to hate nobody. >> reporter: through her grief she spoke about the devastating evil that took the life of her
nephew along with 8 others in charleston. >> i've known him when he was a small small kid. since i came to philadelphia we stay in touch. we come from a strong family, very strong family. we raise up to god. >> reporter: she said she never would imagine that her nephew would lose his life in such a hate felt way in the house of god and the gunman would sit with the victims for an hour in bible study before pulling the trig e trick -- trigger. the reverend was to visit the mount enon baptist church. the pastor shid there should be
no doubt in anybody's mind that racism exists in the country. in the wake of the tragedy, the reverend and 8 others will be remember during services here at mount enon. dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." >> we have continuing coverage of the church massacre on our website. there you can get the latest information on the victims shooter and the investigation at any time at 6abc.com. new this morning to two police officers in alabama are off the job over their ties to a neo confederate group. they announced the dismissal and requirement of the two officers. the move comes days after a law center published an article saying both members are members of the league of the south. some view it as a hate group. new philadelphia police are searching for a gunman in a
deadly shooting in the city's frankford section. investigators say a 50-year-old man was shot in the alley along 5700 block of leonard street where he stumbled home and collapsed. family members called police. he was taken to the hospital, but later died. big changes are coming to the boy scouts of america, for the first time the group will allow openly gay men to be scouts and leaders in some chapters. wendy saltzman spoke to the president of the cradle of liberty chapter. >> our society is expanding and approving of everyone that's a great idea. >> reporter: the response was overwhelmingly positive as area residents learned more than 500 scouting troops in montgomery county and delaware county will
welcome gay men into their membership. the decision was a long time coming. in 2010, the boy scouts were embattled in the city with philadelphia. a lease was ended claiming the scouts scrim -- discriminated. >> the boy scouts are friend to all and kind to all people. so inclusion of all people, regardless of sexual orientation seems a natural extension of the meaning of words and phrases. >> reporter: they had are a long time policy of none discrimination, but it prevented them from allowing openly gay leaders among their ranks. they allowed the boy scouts to be gay scouts, but not among the
leaders. they thought the policy was not sustainable and needed to be changed. >> inclusion by definition helps every organization. there's no way you can be hurt by that. wendy saltzman channel 6 "action news." >> we're learning new information about the search for the escaped inmates in upstate new york. the two may have been spotted heading toward the pennsylvania border. two men matching the description of david sweat and richard matt were seen a week ago in stuben county new york. they were seen the next day heading toward the pennsylvania border. sweat and matt broke out of prison two weeks ago. a correction officer has been placed on administrative leave as part of the investigation. new at 9:00 an up coming government audit said safety regulators repeatedly failed to hold automakers accountable for safety lapses.
the national highway traffic and safety displrgs bears some of the -- administration bears some of the responsibility 42 page report is set to be released next week. there's much more to come on "action news" saturday morning. the u.s. open is making history this weekend and it has to do with fans and their cell phones. plus a growing trend for brides-to-be we'll tell you about the new fitness fan that can help you stay in shape and manage stress. >> reporter: humidity coming this weekend will have you wishing we could fast forward to october. i'll have the latest on the flood watch when we come right back i right back.
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>> there's a first a national award for dogs is going to a cat. yeah the los angeles spca named tara the winner of the hero dog award. she pounced on a dog that attacked her 4-year-old owner in bakersfield. she got the award because she was acting like a dog. >> that cat was no joke. >> let's go live on sky 6. this is going to be a gray weekend we'll see clouds especially today. tomorrow we'll start out with clouds and downpours hopefully we get sunshine here during the
afternoon. storm tracker 6 live double scan showing a few showers still remain across the lehigh valley. we had a few showers crossing the entire area early this morning, but as you can see here for the most part things are starting to dry out. 63 degrees comfortable degrees in allentown. there's no humidity in the lehigh valley at all. poconos 61. philadelphia humid 74. millville, 75. dover, 77 dewpoint of 74. sticky stuff to the south. everybody including the lehigh valley will see dew points in the 70s so feeling very tropical unfortunately. here's satellite and radar again, we continue to money topper the progress of what was once tropical storm bill came onshore around houston produced five to ten inches of rain. it's been over land for three days, you can see the well-defined circulation with the system. the bands wrapping in the thunderstorm activity on the north an south sides of this.
as the works over land it loses identity, this one is staying together, it's impressive, as we look at the surface maps, all this moisture, the bulk of it stays to the west, all of it slides east over the next 24 hours, this will hit us overnight tonight after midnight. it will set up a dreary father's day morning but gives way to sunshine in the afternoon. one or two areas could see pop-up shower or thunderstorm today, otherwise lots of clouds out there. after midnight tonight the remnants move in, heavy drenching downpours, the possibility is there of one to three inches of rain. isolated amounts could see 4 inches of rain. 7:00 a.m., the gary pappa run you can see according to the model most of the downpours are gone, we'll be dealing with drizzle or brief passing shower. by afternoon skies opening up a little bit we turn brighter,
sunshine only to see the cold front slide in the in the afternoon hours and produce quick-hitting thunderstorms and drenching downpours and the possibility of gusty winds. the key timing is between 2:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. one to three inches possible. isolated could see four. there's the threat of severe weather in south jersey and delaware. we could see minor flooding road flooding, creek and stream flooding. poconos, clouds and shower, i think you're done with that already. increasing humidity levels. right now it's comfortable it will feel more uncomfortable as the day wears on. sunday morning thunderstorms 78 degrees extremely humid sunday afternoon. jersey shore, 71 that's the ocean temperature, which is nice and inviting, the problem is there is no sun. passing shower, 75 degrees, humidity father's day will feel awful down there. soaking start drenching downpours, as is the case in
philadelphia. clouds give way to sunshine, 82 degrees by afternoon. philadelphia, 84 cloudy, hit or miss shower or thunderstorm. otherwise it's extremely humid. downpours are possible overnight tonight especially after midnight muggy 70 degrees outlying suburbs 73 for center city. gary pappa run, the downpours are gone by then, 7:00 a.m. 74, 88 degrees today, it will feel like the 90s. monday 90 degrees, less humid tuesday, 92, wednesday # 6 more showers and thunderstorms thursday. >> reporter: it's not a wash, we could see showers and thunderstorms throughout the weekend. >> people are much happier with you now. thanks chris, as you head out the door, check your 6abc app on
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>> in sports, the phillies hope to turn things around when they face the cardinals tonight at the bank. here's ducis rogers with a preview. >> reporter: good morning, whams when the best team in baseball faces the team with the worst record in baseball? ugliness that's what you get. the phils were crushed by the cardinals last night. the squirrel gets a bird's eye view of the debacle. flying squirrel look out.
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know and make the best of it with what you've got. >> reporter: nhl draft starts in south florida. flyers have ten picks including two first round picks hextall is putting pressure on himself and the scouting department. >> this is a critical draft for us, we have to hit here, we do have a a lot of picks and we have holes to fill and we need to keep young players coming this is a critical point for us, for sure. >> reporter: tiger woods can fire up the jet there's no need for him to stick around for the weekend at the u.s. open. the only thing tiger struck was the ground after shooting 10 over 80 in round one he shot 6 over 76. he missiles the cut. scary moment jason clamses on --
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>> happening now on "action news" saturday at 9:00 a.m. an early-morning fire drives a family from their home in delaware county. a friends of the accused charleston church shooter is speaking out why he said dylann roof is not a racist. hawaii is the first state in the nation to raise the legal smoking age to 21. outside we go to chris sowers with the accuweather forecast. >> reporter: good morning, eva not too bad on city avenue. the humidity is starting to increase as we await the remnants of what was once
tropical storm bill. not too bad in the north, in the south jersey and delaware that's a different story. you're loving life in the lehigh valley. 64 in quakertown. fleetwood, 66, martins creek 62 and tanersville 61. south jester and delaware -- south jersey and delaware closing in on the mid 80s. gandys beach 75. buena, 75. hammonton, 72 at this 9:00 a.m. hour. here's satellite and radar showing a lot of clouds across the mid atlantic states this morning, we're watching the remnants of bill pushing on to the screen if you look toward the left-hand side of the screen. the outer bands will work into the delaware valley very late this evening around 10, 11:00 p.m. if you're heading to dover for the firefly music festival you'll be dodging rain drops from time to time. mostly cloudy skies sticky, 80 degrees by lunchtime, 82 by
5:00 p.m. 10 77. there could be a thunderstorm in there, as well. a slight risk has been issued for south jersey and delaware. any thunderstorm that develops there could strong gusty winds. same thing tomorrow, it's a larger area, it include the metro area and the far western suburbs. today and tomorrow we'll see isolated showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon hours and one or two of them could be on the strong side with gusty winds. >> an update to our breaking news out of bucks county, police say the eastbound lanes of the pennsylvania turnpike will likely remain closed for an extended period of time after this massive fuel truck fire. the truck was carrying 27,000 gallons of oil when it burst into flames at 7:15 a.m. in the construction zone. this is in the eastbound lanes
of turnpike in bensalem. police say it was not an accident, they say the driver noticed a problem and pulled over before the truck burst into flames. fortunately that driver was not hurt, but the fire caused significant damage to the roadway. again, the eastbound lanes in bensalem will likely remain closed for an extended period of time. dry with "action news" and 6abc.com for the very latest. an early-morning fire damaged a house in springfield township, delaware county. schools arrived to flames shooting from the house at 6:45 a.m. everyone got out. firefighters got the fire under control in less than a half-hour. philadelphia police are investigating two overnight crashes that damaged a fire truck and sent a woman to the hospital. it started when a car and motorcycle collided on roosevelt boulevard in the city's tioga nights town section around # a.m.
police and firefighters responded not long after a tractor-trailer slammed into the side of the fire truck nobody was hurt in that crash. but a woman involved in the first accident was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. police say the motorcycle i also ran from the scene -- motorcyclist ran from the scene. we have new details about the charleston church shooter. some say he was an outspoken black racist, but some say he was not that at all. >> reporter: dylann roof walked into the charlie ton church with a premeditated plafn to kill. >> my -- plan to kill. >> my mission to bring justice to the victims of the community. >> reporter: it was the worst case of a deadly attack on a house of worship in u.s. historical. he joined bible study and prayed
for an hour, and pulled out a handgun and opened fire, standing over one of them and uttered a racially inflammatory statement. but on friday he barely said more than a syllable in court. >> what is your age. >> 21. >> are you employed? >> no, sir. >> reporter: his friends are talking, revealing more details about the 21-year-old high school dropout caleb brown said he and roof had been friends since childhood. >> the stuff he got in trouble for at school was behavioral things don't do that kind of things nothing violent. >> in fact he said the friend he knows is not a big it at -- bigot at all. >> reporter: but joseph meeks tells a different story he spent time with roof the day
before the alleged attack. owe called him a loner who advocated for segregation and talked openly of his hatred of black people. >> he wanted to spark a race war. >> reporter: police say among those who ultimately helped identify roof in surveillance photos his own father and uncle. that sungle telling abc news he would -- that same uncle telling abc news he would push the button himself if his nephew who is behind bars in a south carolina jail receives the death penalty. >> heavy rains and swollen rivers made a mess in oklahoma. the floodwaters washed away a historic bridge in manslaughterville. the bridge was -- mansville. the bridge was in bad need of
repairs. the nearest bridge is four miles up stream. it's washedded out but still standing. today marks one week since a former executive chef at the white house went missing. crews have been searching the rugged new mexico mountains looking for walter sheaf. he served for 1 # years under president clinton and george w.bush. the smoking age is going up in had hawaii make i go it the first in the nation to go up to 21 careers. those caught breaking the rules will be fined ten dollars later violations would lead to 50-dollar fine or mandatory community service the bill goes into effect in january 2016. one south jersey mom couldn't be more proud of her son's success in school and she
is showing people in a very public way. "action news" reporter, annie mccormick has the story. >> reporter: ovello owe peel -- kneel is one proud mom. the smiling person on the billboard is her son aj. the writing on the board has deep meaning for a single working mom of 6. >> a mother can't raise a man but i raised a gentleman. we have the total package. >> reporter: she wants others to take responsibility. >> for males to be respectful to women. >> i don't know too many moms that would have done this for her children. >> reporter: o'neill brought the billboard for $700 in time for her son's graduation from leap academy school. it will stay up for several
weeks. aj was surprised and had mixed emotions. >> i was nervous but at the same time i was happy. >> reporter: o'neill knew she had to be strict with aj in a city plagued with drugs and crime and lower graduation rate. she is not the only proud one in the house. still what's next? he plans on being an overachiever, in fact he got accepted into rowan university chemical engineering program and thinking about joining army rotc in the fall. in camden, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> there's much more to come on "action news" saturday morning at 9:00. in "healthcheck," people across the country and around the world are taking part in a new fitness challenge in honor of a local athlete. a horror classic a marking
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the summer. 75. >> reporter: it's one of those movies it's 40 years old and it never gets old. i could watch it everyday. that music that music when it first hit the scene you didn't want to go near water. there's view right now, ben franklin bridge, speaking of water there's the delaware river all is quiet on a saturday morning, look at how flat and calm the delaware river is. there's not much of a breeze, the humidity increases and later this afternoon it will feel down ride uncomfortable out there. in the lehigh valley, feels good allentown, no humidity, 63. poconos no humidity, 61. stifling stuff to the south. fortunately the temperatures are cool, once we get into the 80s and 90s it will feel horrible. it's the dewpoint, is higher
than new orleans and miami millville, 71. philadelphia, 64. wilmington, 69. allentown in the 50s not too bad up here. later this afternoon everybody climbing into the 70s, first thing tomorrow morning getting into father's day again this is the most uncomfortable weather you'll ever seeny part of the country. this is the remnants of tropical storm bill. behind bill we have a potent cold front that will slide through here during the afternoon hours on father both bringing a one-two punch bringing chance of showers and thunderstorms. the second feature the front bringing the possibility of severe weather late in the day tomorrow. future tracker 6 mainly cloud skies, one or two areas pick up a shower or pop-up thunderstorm. we get into the overnight hours here come the remnants of bill, drenching downpours across south jersey and the immediate philadelphia area. that lingerses into the first --
lingers into the first part of the day. by arch, the sun comes out and skies open, very sticky, though. late in the afternoon here comes the cold front that will press into warm sticky air you'll get showers and thunderstorms flaring up some of them on the stronger side storm prediction center stressing gusty winds in excess of 60 miles per hour. all areas expected to pick up one to two inches of rain out of this. isolated areas could see more. jersey shore not a beach day but a good day for the boardwalk. 70 degrees in beach haven brigantine and sea isle city. maybe one or two pop-up showers not a wash, isolated showers. lancaster, 81. allentown, 79, lots of clouds,
warm and sticky. dover, 84 degrees and millville 83. for father's day again doesn't look all that bad. very early on before 6:00 a.m. we expect heavy rain, a couple of showers and thunderstorms. by midday the sun returns very sticky out there. late in the afternoon showers and thunderstorms develop with the approaching front that knocks the humidity down as we get into monday. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast 88 degrees for father's day. humidity leaves making it feel like the low to mid 90s monday we'll post 90 it will feel better than sunday because the humidity drops. 92 for tuesday maybe a late-day shower or thunderstorm. wednesday mostly sunny 86. thursday, maybe a couple of afternoon thunderstorms and temperatures once again in the mid 0s. not a bad weekend you may have to dodge a few rain drops. >> it's a hair pulled back weekend for us ladies. "shelter me rescue of the week" winner is taking holistic
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>> here's what's happening in and around the delaware and lehigh valleys this weekend the strawberry festival will be held at the strawberry mansion. it's home to an array of collectibles including antique dallas from around the country dating back to the early 1900s. celebrate the juneteenth festival in germantown. it's free and happening from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on germantown avenue and washington lane. in "healthcheck" we're highlighting a local fitness challenge called burden of burden of burpee's for
blane. >> blane was an athlete and played soccer and lacrosse at penn charter and recruited for lacrosse at dart blane died suddenly from an undetected rare autoimmune illness. thanks to a friend idea, her spirit lives on. with the help of the cross fit community they issued a challenge. >> we wanted to turn this into something positive. we honor her as we do that. >> reporter: videos are pouring in it's been done in 20 states and ten countries that includes
blane's sister doing burpees in spain. day 100 is june 28th. inside cross fit they will have an 11 hour burpee-a-thon for the number she wore. donations raised go toward scholarships for local students to attend the sports leadership academy camp. the goal is to inspire and empower young women in hletics. >> she would have love it.
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>> all right one last check. weather. >> reporter: the forecast for the phillies game taking on the cardinals tonight. 78 degrees by the first pitch 9th inning, 75. very sticky, a passing shower, it's not going to cause any problems, just enough to get things wet. 88 degrees today 89 tomorrow and 90 on monday. hollywood stars and kansas native paul rudd visited some of the young patients yesterday the fundraiser if its 6th year gets bigger every year starting with a porker tournament to a whiffle ballgame and softball
game. jack hanna's wild countdown is next. going to wedding this summer? what you need to consider before saying yes to the rsvp. we'll show you the inspiration behind a new mural just in time for father's day for chris sowers, and the entire "action news" team, i'm eva pilgrim. have a great saturday, we'll see you tomorrow.
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