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five people are injured in a rollover crash in bucks county overnight. parishners of a fishtown catholic church rejoys after their beloved church is saved from demolition. pope francis wraps up his visit with a mass in paraguay. those stories but first chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. it's the first weekend it's been quiet out there. >> reporter: which is good news. as we look back toward the center city skyline. we have small clouds pushing through the delmarva this morning. we'll start out with clouds and increase the sun. good news, temperatures will be on the warmer side, we're checking highs close to 90 degrees, the humidity levels will be nice and low today. trenton, 67 degrees this morning. allentown checking in at 64. 71 for wilmington and millville. 72 for dover and sea isle city. later this afternoon philadelphia up to 88.
89 give or take. note the shorepoints wind coming in off the water. wildwood, 79. beaches upper 70s low 80s. double scan live, a few spritzes and sprinkles south of philadelphia. let's say south of wilmington, new castle county. south through salem cumberland, cape may counties and south jersey with steadier stuff pushing into kent county. the majority is very very light. it's racing on by. it should be out of here quickly. clouds and sunshine, warm, but comfortable, 88 degrees that's the forecasted high with the winds shifting from the north more toward the northeast later this afternoon. you can ciancia how nicely that clears everything out. 3:00 p.m., 87. same number by 6:00. the humidity increases. a touch for tomorrow. thunderstorms return, i'll have the details in the seven day in just a bit. >> crews will be busy cleaning up debris after two tornados
touched down in delaware valley this week. a twitter destroyed an elementary school in berks county wednesday night. the principal was inside when the storm hit. she was able to get out just a few bumps and bruises. school officials hope the students will attend a sister school nearby when classes resume in the fall. another tornado touched down thursday night. a viewer captured this ominous cloud heading down new castle avenue. strong wind wiped out there wall at a new castle industrial complex. a mobile home park was heavily damaged. you can see the twisted metal and shattered windows. >> it ripped it off and some of it ended up on new castle avenue and some on the trailer. >> at least three homes were destroyed, the tornado was 75
credit cards wide and half mile long. five people recovering in the hospital this morning after a crash in bucks county. they were inside a car that flipped over several times and went off the road. the accident happened on street road near route 413 around # p.m. two -- 3:00 a.m. this morning. two people were thrown from the car. police are trying to figure out what caused the crash. parishners in fishtown say their prayers have been answered. an important piece of their culture has been saved from the wrecking ball. saint laurentius church has been saved. >> reporter: a piece of philadelphia history has been protected. the twin expires and hand paintings have been saved from the wrecking ball. >> it's clearly historic property. >> reporter: it is the first and oldest polish catholic church in the city.
the historic commission voted to designate it a historic place preventing the archdiocese from moving forward with plans to demolish it. cracks are growing and scaffolding has gone up to catch falling bricks. >> i think it's a beautiful historic structure. a lot of people have a lot of the love or remorse for something like that. >> i hope they can do that to keep it sound. >> reporter: margaret who attended school here for a year isn't celebrating yet. >> i think it might be giving us false hope. they can't tear it down, but where does the money come from fixing. >> reporter: in a statement the archdiocese writes, the historic commission didn't take into fact public safety and the inability of the local parish which owns the building to ray ford
necessary repairs. a.j. thompson who represents those who want to save the church believe money is available to preserve a piece of fishtown's history. >> there are grants for this type of restoration. >> reporter: the archdiocese estimates it could cost $3.5 million to repair the school and church. they will keep it on the market while they appeal the city's decision. >> a charter school teacher in exton is accused of having a relationship with a teenage student. katie cross of phoenixville was arrested july 1. she was caught having sex with a 17-year-old in the car. she is the teen's teacher. the teenager told authorities she had been intimate since february. attorneys plan to appeal the conviction of a family in connection with the deadly
delaware courthouse shooting. they were found guilty of cyber stalking resulting in the death of david's ex-wife. his father killed bell ford and her friend at the new castle county courthouse in 2013. they denied knowing of the plan, sentencing is set for october. they could face life in prison. >> this trial represented an expansion of christine bell bellfour's life. it represented the courage of her children who came into the courtroom and testified on her behalf. the conviction was the first of its kind in the united states. an emaciated dog who was rescued from philadelphia, is happy and healthy in a new home. this is what the dog looked like in december. the animal was skin and bones.
yesterday, jeffrey collins pleaded guilty to animal cruelty. he must pay $5,100 in restitution. they nursed him back to headlight. he is doing just fine. dozens gathered in love park to push for the decriminalization of marijuana. they pushed for marijuana reform. the protesters showed their support for change by lighting up in the middle of the park. the group wants lawmaker to legalize we'd and remove it as a schedule one drug. they want to lift federal restrictions on state and medical cannabis programs. in washington, the head of the office of the personnel management has stepped down from her post. katherine archuleta abruptly resign after bowing to demands that she be fired. back in april hackers breach a
data base and stole personal information of 21 million employees and their families. greece hopes to get a third bailout. the finance ministers meets in brussels. without a deal, greece could crash the euro. the world is bracing for the financial sequence of that. pope francis is in paraguay, the final leg of his south american trip. the pontiff will lead mass this morning. it is the most important pilgrimage sight in paraguay. he held baptisms at the shrine when he was archbishop of
argentina. the pope has reached out to the poor during his south american trip. we're 76 days away from the hope's first official visit to the u.s., which includes philadelphia for the world meeting of families. his visit presents a huge challenge for the security teams to protect him and millions of visitors to the city. the agency has gotten guidance from rome, but his surprise interactions with the crowd makes him a challenge for protecting him. >> we have to ray -- we have to adapt to some of the things they want to accomplish and we have to do it in a discreet manner and in other manners be prevalent and out front. we're working closely with our counter participates at the vatican. >> of course we are counting down to the pope's visit in
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>> incredible pictures coming out of denver, 130 lightning strikes reported in five minutes. the storm delayed a fireworks show after the rockies game. fans went into the concourse for shelter. who needz fireworks when you have that -- who needs fireworks when you have that. >> reporter: all right, let's go to double scan live, we have a few spritzes and sprinkles speaking of in the clear, we are not as of yet. that will change, there's a small, little disturbance swinging through washington, d.c. baltimore. it's enough to bring clouds and
drizzle across south jersey. this is not mounting to all that much. from atlantic city a few spritzes and sprinkles. very, very light stuff. center city showing mostly cloudy skies, a little bit of sunshine trying to peek through. 73 degrees dewpoint, 57. wind out of the of the north. cape may somewhat sticky, but not too bad. millville, 71. wilmington 71. philadelphia, again, there's our 74. 64 very comfortable in the lehigh valley. poconos, 61. reading, 65. trenton 67 degrees, when we look at the dewpoints on the scale. we'll call it slightly humid which is much, much better. we were hanging out in the oppressive category for most of the past week. those numbers have gone up in the seven-day forecast.
you'll notice the increase in humidity by monday afternoon tuesday and wednesday it feels awful. satellite and radar clear to the north clear to the south small disturbance swinging through baltimore and washington d.c., racing on bye, bye 11:00, all the clouds and drizzle, that's out of here and it's sunshine from that point on. as we look at the surface map it's a frontal system draimed across the carolinas it's going to act as focal point this afternoon. it's to the south, as high pressure forces its way in and by monday the high works out to sea and all this starts to return back into our neck of the woods. it will increase the humidity and increase the chance for showers and thunderstorms. here we go, here's future tracker 6. by 11:00 it's crystal clear maybe a few clouds hugging the delaware bay that's about it.
by 1:00, 2:00 p.m. you're looking at sunshine. today looks good, tomorrow we'll do it all over again with the exception of no morning clouds. tomorrow start to finish, sunshine and humidity levels. poconos, lots of sun 80 degrees. sunday, mostly sunny and nice, 83. delightful weekend in the mountains. jersey shore, 70 that's the water temperature. you'll see sunshine this afternoon coming after morning clouds. 82 degrees mostly sunny and 83. as we head into sunday, specific areas beach haven brigantine, 80 81. sea isle city, 82. cape may 1. high tide occurring now seas less of one foot, the water temperature 75 degrees, for the western suburbs, are lancaster # 5. 85. reading 87. clouds and sunshine, it will be warm, but pleasant.
the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, sunny and hotter for sunday, 90 degrees, humidity will be failure low. monday, showers and thunderstorms, 86. tuesday, 89 showers and thunderstorms. wednesday, showers and thunderstorms, 88 degrees. >> thursday and friday, 86 and 88. >> that's the problem with summer you get these storms. >> reporter: you like the heath and humidity. >> but i don't like the rain. first lady michelle obama hosted 51 children for lunch yesterday. before they got to eat some of the winning recipes, president obama gave a little surprise hello and congratulated the kids.
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>> >> reporter: welcome back everybody 6:24 things will be nice and quiet across the eastern seaboard. very active across the high plains in the midwest. we have a frontal system that's draped across the country right now. it is it is stalled and a series of disturbances or small areas of low pressure are riding along the boundary west to east, that's firing things up this morning. that's why we're seeing the light rain across the baltimore and washington, d.c. metro area. in you're flying to louisville, chicago, minneapolis you're in the hot spot.
some of the thunderstorms contain the gusty winds 70, 75 miles per hour. there's a tornado threat for that part of the county. just be mindful of that if you're traveling to chitown. chicago everything is quiet, 62 at midway and o'hare. orlando, 74, atlanta 73. >> the phillies hit a new low last night. they got crushed 15 to 2. cole hamels gave up a career worst, 12 hits, 9 runs. four on the runs on a grand slam by former phillie hunter pence. it's the most the phillies have given up all year and the most the giants had a in a 15 year history in the at&t park. >> here's ducis rogers.
>> reporter: that sixers kings trade a week ago is official. the sixers get a shooter they need. 6'6" guard was the overall pick. he shot 42% over the final 22 games last season. they landed jason thompson and carl landry. eagles training camp begins in 22 days, we'll be happy but will we be satisfied. chip kelly made major changes at key position like quarterback and running back. eagles safety malcom jenkins likes what he sees on his side of the football. >> we should be better, it depends on how the offense is playing, special teams. i'm encouraged and i know the team is encouraged about what
we've accomplished this off season. >> reporter: jenkins was in northeast philadelphia the safety and his foundation peps pepsico provide food. amy yang was the leader. don't cry for me arrest -- argentina. he threw a ball into his own net. i've never seen that before and for his sake i hope he never does it again. that's a look at sports, i'm ducis rogers you have yourself a terrific weekend. >> it was a field of dreams for the dogs, mariners may have had
montgomery county road overnight. school destroyed a tornado has been confirmed to have caused this damage in berks county. plus relief from the stormy weather this weekend and nothing but beautiful sunshine. meteorologist chris sowers is here with a look at the accuweather forecast. we can breathe a little bit of relief this weekend after all the crazy weather we've had. >> reporter: stay positive and focused on the goal, first preseason game one month away. we have a lot of things to look forward. if you're sick and tired from the oppressive heat and humidity we'll catch a break today. it will be warm, close to 90 degrees, no storms, we'll lose the humidity it will feel better. all is quiet at the philadelphia international airport. obviously no delays and no weather around. things should be quiet for the entire weekend. we have a small little disturbance south baltimore to richmond. showers and quick-hitting downpour, this is moving so
quickly that probably by 11:00 or so, it's out of here and we're looking at sunshine throughout the entire area. the day planner looks like, mostly cloudy skies south of philadelphia, 79 degrees north of the pennsylvania turnpike, you're seeing brightening conditions. 1:00 it's mostly sunny 85. 4:00 p.m., 87 degrees, we're anticipating a high of 88 with fairly lower humidity levels. sunday gets hotter, a little more humid and showers and thunderstorms return to the forecast again next week. i'll have the details coming up in just a bit. eva? >> thanks, chris. two tornados have been confirmed right her in the delaware valley including one that destroyed an elementary school. crews will be at the blue moabt school in berks county -- mountain school in berks county all weekend long. twitter slammed into the school thursday night the wind ripped of roof right off. the principal was inside at the time, but got out safely. she said there was little warning that a tornado was about to hit. >> i heard hard rain, i mean it
happens we've had a very rainy summer. and then i heard the wind and i was like oh, wow. when the ceiling tile was flying at me, i knew this was more than strong wind. >> the principal escaped with bumps and bruises some say she had a guardian angel looking over her. the hope is that the students attend a sister school around the corner when classes resume next month. a roof was damaged and telephone pole snapped by a tornado, a viewer captured this ominous cloud. a mobile home park was damaged by the twitter. three homes were destroyed. you can see any changes in the weekend by visiting dark, there you will find live images of street level radar and get a
personal look by following our meteorologist on facebook and twitter. a truck and car collided in montgomery leaving several people injured. the truck landed on its side in upper preserve dense. four people were hurt -- providence. four people were hurt and they were evaluated on the the scene police are looking to zee who or what caused the crash. a man was shot multiple times including in the face, it happened on hill creek drive by the hill creek apartments. the man was rushed to albert einstein medical center in critical condition. there are startling new details this morning about dylann roof the alleged gunman who went on a killing spree inside the charleston church. the fbi director said that shooting should have never happened. it admission came hours after the confederate flag was removed from the capitol ground for the
last time. >> reporter: a stunning heartbreaking admission from the fbi director about last month's massacre in the south carolina church. the accused killer should not have been able to buy a gun. the national background check system failed. roof who is charged with killing nine people at a bible study at a historically black church had previously admitted to drug possession during an arrest. it should have prevented him from buying a weapon. >> the fbi is continuing to investigate what happened. >> reporter: the fbi admitting the painful lapse just hours after the confederate battle flag came down from the grounds of the south carolina state house. a historic moment set in motion by the killing which has been labeled a hate crime. >> if we can do this in south carolina we can do this all over the world. >> we are moving forward like we have not in 40 years. >> reporter: many were at the
state house and so were thousands of others who came to witness the day many thought would never come. >> it would be inexcusable for me not to be here. >> reporter: democrats who seized the moment are pushing to removie from the u.s. capitol any emblem that has a portion of the flag. >> thousands are expected to attend this year's naacp convention going on in philadelphia. they will tackle social and economic issues. this year's team -- theme is pursuing liberty in the face of injustice. yesterday teens from across the country who are competing in the naay. p youth's achievement program watch as the confederate flag was taken down from the state house in columbia. >> symbolizes that world is taking a different turn it's not all about hating one another, about you we can come together
like a community. >> reporter: notable speakers scheduled at the convention exclude president barack obama and bill clinton and loretta lynch. it is expected to bring $10 million to the local company. federal agents have raided reading city hall a week after allentown's government offices were searched. the associated press say the investigation may be related to michael fleck and one of his employees. he worked for the allentown mayor's senate campaign which he suspended last week. pennsylvania's budget stalemate is in the 11th day with no new talks in the works. governor wolf has said he wants to raise taxes to wipe out a long term deficit and increased education aid be but now he is saying he is open to doing that without raising income taxes if
possible. he is insisting that the deficit be addressed honestly and without smoke and mirrors. republicans vow that the stalemate will continue as long as wolf insists on a tax hike. >> from our delaware newsroom, the wilmington housing authority is opening its housing choice voucher program waiting list to new applicants today. applications will be accepted at the hailey youth apartment community room from 9:00 a.m. to 3 m -- applications are being processed on a first come first serve basis. the. u.s. women's national team was honored with a ticker tape parade parading down the canyon of heros for a first ticker tape
for the women's team. >> reporter: serena was among the thousands lining the streets for the ticker tape parade. fans cheered as the world champions, rode on floats through the canyon of heros. >> they inspire me so much. i love them to death. >> being here is a dream come true. i'm so happy i could make it. >> reporter: and seeing them in person. >> incredible. >> reporter: after receiving keys from the city, top tournament player carly lloyd was overwhelmed with gratitude. >> i am a jersey girl, phillies fan, but new york city you are awesome. having the parade in new york city is one of the best moments in my entire life. >> we won the world cup because none of us ever stopped
believing and neither should you guys. thank you so much. >> reporter: crystal brought her own homemade world cup to the festivities. >> it's the first new york ticker parade for women's athletics it's history right here. >> reporter: four team members are from new jersey including christy rampone from point pleasant. carli lloyd and the u.s.a. team join the likes of lindbergh and nelson mandela for a ticker tape parade in the canyon of heros. nora muchanic which channel 6 "action news." >> a horror movie fan there's a film in the movies just for you. people ran screaming out of a chester county theater some looking spooky for an animal
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that's the odd thing about this what's this # weeks now we've had our share of bad weather. uncomfortably we see that in kentucky and it's unusual for us to see it. hopefully we can change up this pattern a little. unfortunately we have another bout of humidity on the way. here's the view in cape may. expect a wonderful weekend quiet out there, rain free, you'll see a decent amount of sunshine, the lone man showing something into the water feeding the seagulls, nice and quiet on the bay. double scan live, it's quiet and for the most part clear, we have a few spritzes and sprinkles cape may on the point looking over the water the skies are dark the cape may-lewis ferry gets wet closer and closer to delaware as the showers push through. everybody else is nice and dry.
we'll see sunshine this afternoon. probably around 11:00 a.m. is when everything starts to brighten up and skies begin to clear, waters nice and calm. dover, 72. poconos 61 and trenton checking in at 67. we'll take a quick look at how we measure the amount of moisture in the air we use dewpoints for that, anytime you're under 60 degrees it's a comfortable air mass. somewhat stickier to the south but very delightful stuff from the pennsylvania turnpike to points north. changes monday. tomorrow is another comfortable today. today is 50 that's fantastic for the middle of july. sunday we'll climb it up there a little bit we'll inch it up a notch. 60 to 62 which is slightly humid but not too bad. monday it increases a little bit more. it's going to be higher than what you see here. probably most areas will see mid 60s, most times that's humid compared to what we're dealing with the past two weeks monday
night into tuesday we start to get into the soup again that's when it becomes oppressive out there and very uncomfortable. satellite and radar the clearing line north of i-80. stretching southwestward state college williamsport to pittsburgh. that's racing off to the southeast. future tracker 6 everything starts to clear. bright and sunny, same thing for sunday, not going to have to worry about thunderstorms, don't worry about shifting your plans the weather will cooperate. the humidity leaves nice and low. poconos, nice and sunny today 80 on sunday. 82 for atlantic city, beach haven, 81. ocean city, 82. pleasant, clouds and sunshine later this afternoon. cape may 81. rehoboth beach mid 80s. incredible stuff for the delaware bay sict in the #
0s -- sitting in the 80s. floured is rushing in. the commercial crabbers are happy about the crabs rushing into the bay it's thanks to the unusually warm waters. 88 degrees, clouds and sun, warm and comfortable low humidity levels. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows same thing for tomorrow. even though we're forecasting 90 degrees, the humidity is not too bad, it will feel okay. monday humid, a couple of thunderstorms possible, 86. tuesday it gets more humid showers and thunderstorms developing 89. one or two maybe on the stronger side. thing store wednesday, warm and sticky, 88. thursday and friday, 86, 89 partly to mostly sunny skies, i know it's been active, she got this weekend right mother nature, it's going to be nice. >> the only problem my hair doesn't know what to do without the humidity. it's going to take an extra minute to brush it fully through this morning.
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>> happy saturday to you, sky6 live hd taking a live look all over camden, i believe that's the battleship new jersey right there. 72 degrees outside 6:49. meteorologist chris sowers is calling for a beautiful weekend. topping our people scene the popular book series goose bumps is coming to life, a teen
is upset about moving from the big city to a small town until he meets his beautiful neighbor. stein is a prisoner of his own imagination and it is monsters from his books are real and cause for lots of adventures. whether you're in the mood for sci-fi horror or family fun there's something for everybody at the movies this weekend. >> reporter: first up, selfless is a science fiction film staring ben kingsly and ryan reynolds. kingsly is an extremely wealthy man dieing from cancer. he decides to undergo a medical procedure that transfers his consciousousness into the body of a ryan reynolds. all is not that it seems the
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here's some of the stories we're following on "action news," five people are injured in a rollover crash in bucks county overnight. parishners of a fishtown catholic church rejoys after their beloved worship site is saved from demolition at least for now. peep france wraps up his visit in south america with mass in paraguay. chris sowers is outside with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: one thing i'm noticing with every car that drives by on city avenue. the windows are down for a change as they are enjoying the fresh air. they are enjoying the break from the humidity we're seeing, the stifling stuff. 73 degrees in philadelphia. 64 in allentown. no humidity at all in the lehigh valley. poconos 64. you had a morning low of 59. trenton, 67. reading, 65. 70 in millville. dover, 71. satellite and radar, we have a