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>> good morning, saturday, october 3, eva is off, i'm alicia vitarelli. here's some of the stories we're working on for you, a tree succumbs to heavy rain overnight. the storm battering the jersey shore and whipping up the waves. philadelphia police release surveillance video as they search for a suspect who sexually assaulted a temple university student. let's get to the forecast, meteorologist, david murphy, it's brisk and windy, the rain is starting -- >> reporter: yeah, the rain is dieing down, you'll see less rain around the region than yesterday. sky 6 still cloudy, you'll see the camera bounce around a bit
as we look at the winds continue to be a factor all day today. as we look at storm tracker 6 live double scan, you can see the heavy rain ban from overnight has pushed into the north an western areas above philadelphia past allentown and now we're dealing with lighter spotty stuff coming in off the ocean during the early morning hours. satellite is showing you that coming into view. controversial it's not as bad as yesterday. coastal flood warning is in effect today and tomorrow through 6:00 p.m. ocean high tide between noon and 2:00 p.m. up and down our local coastline also and the waves will be running 6 to ten feet. we're looking another round of moderate to major tidal flooding in the back bays and along the oceanfront and up in the tidal delaware river as we go through the high tide today and another one after midnight tonight. the wind advisory is ilong the coast, but gusts today could go
as highs 50 miles per hour. right now we've got 41 at the airport in atlantic city and 33 in wildwood. even inland it's on the blustery side. temperatures, 51 degrees in philadelphia. in the 40s in allentown and trenton and reading. 60 in sea isle city. as we roll through the day today, it's going to remain cool similar to yesterday. 54 degrees by noon, the high at 3:00 p.m., 57 degrees, occasionally there could be a pop-up sprinkle or shower. a lot of day will be cloudy and damp, windy and mainly dry. alicia we have improved forecast coming up for you as we look ahead in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast and next week's workweek, i'll have the details on that and the latest on hurricane joaquin coming up. >> we'll take all the improvements you can give us, david. a tree fell on top of a row home in the city's lawncrest section on crystal street at 4:00 a.m. the ground was so saturated it
can't support the tree roots. fortunately nobody was hurt and thankfully not much damage to the home, either. rain and wind whipped waves continue to pound the shore. shore bracing for more flooding with winds up to 60 miles per hour. townsend inlet bridge is closed because of high waves. the beach was replenished for the first time since super-storm sandy. foicialtion -- officials say all the work has paid off. >> the beach is designed to withstand this, and it is exactly what it's doing. avalon officials placed a crew of firefighters on standby in case residents needed to be evacuated. the action cam was along
grammarcy avenue in atlantic city. check out the waves there, as well reaching up 6 to 10 feet. governor chris christie wanted people to know the state is prepared to deal with the affects of coastal flooding. he was in sea isle city yesterday. state of emergency remains in place, we showed you the flooding and beach erosion caused by the heavy rain. not getting the amount of rain that we saw the initially which we'll get which is good news from a flooding prospective. we'll have moderate to major flooding in cape may, atlantic, cumberland and salem we'll need to be prepared for that. governor christie said shelters are in place, as well, if evacuations are injured. you can track the wet weather while you're on the go, download the storm tracker 6 live app. it is free to the google play store or the apple app store. to other news this morning, philadelphia police have released video of the man they
say sexually assaulted and robbed a temple university student. now, police need your help to find him. septa surveillance video shows the suspect on the broad street train line near the off campus crime scene. police say he used a gun to terrorized student. >> forced the victim behind a construction pod or dumpster in the 1400 block of carlisle street where he robbed her and then sexualitily assaulted her her -- sexually assaulted her. >> police thing the man carried out other robberies at gunpoint, as well, before attacking the temple student. if you have any information call 911. >> we're learning more details about the mass shooting at a community in oregon. umpqua community college confirmed chris mercy -- mercer
was a student at the school. he was wearing steel plated armor and had 6 guns. he had gave paper and computer thumb drive to someone on campus before the shooting, they were loaded with hate-filled writings. >> it's been a devastating day, devastating for me and my family, shocked is all i can say. >> shock and a lot of sadness there asinine people were killed in the rampage. they ranged from 18 to 67. the victims included several freshmen and a teacher. >> an investigation is underway after a u.s. airstrike in northern afghanistan that may have killed several people at a million facility. doctors without borders say three staff members were killed when their hospital was struck in kurdus.
it happened while u.s. was engaged in a fight with the taliban. 30 others are missing. 30 years ago, was the trial of oj simpson that captivateed everyone. the former football star was acquitted in the murder of his ex-wife nicole brown and ron goldman. he was ordered to pay $33 million to the goldman and brown families. simpson is currently in jail for an armed robbery conviction in las vegas. >> a highway exit on interstate 84 in ballooning grove pennsylvania has been named for slain state police corporal brian dixon. governor tom wolf dedicated the exit on friday.
eric frein shot him. he has pleaded not guilty to murder and other charges. new jersey chris christie transportation secretary jamie foxx is stepping down after being questioned over his past work for united airlines. investigators are investigating into a wide-ranging probe into the port authority of new york and new jersey. while transportation commissioner fox never voted on any matters affecting united fox will leave office at the end of the month. there's much more to come on "action news" saturday morning, first, the coffee k cups. now kerig is creating soda fountain at home.
hurricane joaquin has battered the bahamas with the ferocious winds and heavy rains, but it's not coming to town here. >> reporter: doesn't look like, cloudy and damp around here because of the localized coastal low. down in dover they will try to get in racing, 6 approximate on the tracker him -- 63 today on the track. tomorrow, 67 breezy and cloudy. getting better as we head into the workweek.
the bahamas offers a brief glimpse of the power and destruction of hurricane joaquin. the slow-moving storm and high winds and torrents of rain battered parts of the about bah. communication has been cut off to lightly populated islands there. so far no reports of deaths or injuries. the coast guard will resume searching for a cargo ship caught in hurricane joaquin and not heard from in at least a day. that ship was heading to puerto rico from jacksonville florida when it went missing yesterday. the crew reported power problems and said the ship was beginning to list. there are 33 crew members on board the ship including 28 americans.
while hurricane joaquin is missing us, it's sensorring causing -- certainly causing damage for others. >> reporter: that's right, storm tracker 6 live we have localized rain. in philadelphia, and around the city city, there's light stuff pushing out of here and the heavier rain is north of allentown that's good. there are additional showers along the atlantic city coastline down to cape may. over the next several hours it will be coursing through. generally speaking a lot less rain and most of the rain should be dry. as we look outside, we have cloudy skies and windy conditions, every now and then the sky 6 cameras are bouncing around today. the wind gusts are going to be a factor. 351 degrees currently. 46 in allentown. 46 in reading. that's the other thing built
day, we're stuck in the cool panel with temperaturesle 50s. 58 in atlantic city. future tracker 6 shows the heavier rain pushing off to the north and west of us. additional spotty shower activity between now and noon. later in the morning and lunchtime there's a chance a good portion of the area is dry with a slight chance of a sprinkle or shower. the same story in the afternoon through the evening. the model showing the best chance of rain this afternoon up until 6:00 p.m. is probably down the shore and later on tonight we dry out just about everywhere. this is good for those of you who have college football games to attend or the high school games that got postponed until today. the lehigh valley, cloudy and windy, spotty rain can't be ruled out. a cool high of 55 degrees. down the shore, coastal flooding
issues, 64 is the high. windy and darchl -- damp, high tide major issue. today's high tide 12:25, generally speaking noon to 2:00 p.m. that's where the where the height of the flooding will be we'll see issues developing several hours before and several hours after the times. sunday after midnight. we have another high tide that could major flooding. sunday afternoon high tide. hopefully won't be quite as bad, but we have to keep an eye on it. 57 is the high, cloudy and windy, occasional rain, but as you just saw on future tracker, not raining all the time. winds out of the northeast gusting to higher than that. temperatures cool all the way. high of 57 around 3:00 p.m. not much of a change there. phillies got rained out last night. this is the 9th inning of the second game, you can see from
4:00 p.m. to late tonight temperatures not changing very much. windy, i think they will get the ballgames in, but at times it could be damp. sunday, it's looking like mainly cloudy skies, maybe a sprinkle or shower around, still on the windy side. hurricane joaquin is a category three storm pulling away from the bahamas. it is still hundreds of miles off the coast with the the only affect on us being heavy surf continuing into the early part of next week. 57 today, cloudy and damp. cloudy and breezy tomorrow, 63 degrees, you'll need jackets if i wouldn't are heading to the parades happening in center city or to the phillies which is where i will be. 67 often monday, low 70s for the highs, mid 50s and 60s. i'm holding back turning on the
heat. >> i'm with you. get us back to the 70s. students and alumnae and faculty at the college of philadelphia. a black tie held celebrating the school's 50th anniversary part of the money raised will go to the school's scholars program helps 200 students attend classes for free. music: "thunder clatter" by wild cub ♪
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>> it is 6:20 saturday morning, taking a live look, sky6 live hd in atlantic city, the wind whipping there, you can see the rain still coming down starting to taper off just a little bit, meteorologist david murphy telling us it will get up to 57 degrees today. so we'll see some improvement, but we'll get you the full accuweather forecast in just a few. we have a recall to tell you about this morning, general mills is recalling 3,000 bags of frozen green beans. one of the packages tested positive for listeria. this is the second time they have found the bacteria in the green beans. the recall is for 16-ounce baggings of cascadian farms green beans used by june 29, 2017. amazon has come up with a strategy to buy streaming media products by removing apple and
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>> reporter: hi, everyone, david murphy here with an update from accuweather. storm tracker 6 live double scan showing the heavy rain from overnight is pushed off to the northeast. the only thing we're looking at right now is light, spottier precipitation as we roll into the morning and afternoon today. down the shore we have strong gusts a buoy in the middle of the delaware bay 51 miles per hour. ocean water 67 that's milder than the air temperature which is in the low 60s along the coastal areas, but 50s across the region. winds coming in off the water will be strong today that's going to exerbate the problems. alicia we're looking at a windy
one today 57 degrees, but things get better gradually, tomorrow. >> david, thank you. temple football team is 4-0. the best record in almost 40 years. somebody is excited. that's good news, jamie apody has more on the owls win and demarco murray testing his hamstring before the eagles showdown with washington. >> reporter: those pesky hamstring, dejon jackson is ruled out playing for the redskins, demarco murray being ruled out for his. he has been inching to get back in to get his numbers, back, too. >> demarco co-wants to go every week every day. i don't think it has to do with starts no starts. he is a highly competitive
player that wants to be on the practice field. it doesn't have anything to do with having success or didn't have success. >> i have confidence in myself and this team and coaching staff and the organization. >> reporter: 18974, the cost of a gallon of gas was 55 cents. richard nixon and gerald ford were president. i have to admit i was not born then. 24-3. how about special teams, archbishop wood grad beat l.smith. owls won 37-3. they have won back-to-back to back road games for the firms in their football history. phils will play double
header with the marlins today starting at 4:05. nascar rained out in dover. jeff gordon will start 10th. it will be his final race. gordon and his entire crew were honored by these 90s monitor mile trophies. gordon has won in delaware five times. he has been good to the state of delaware. we hope the rain clears up. >> speaking of the rain. some members of the "action news" team took time off to play golf in the bad weather for a good cause, this is the annual protect the badge tournament. it's to raise money for the families of local police officers killed in the line of duty. it was held yesterday at jeffersonville golf course in norristown, chad perdelli, ducis rogers and annie mccormick and
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we talked about the possibility of property damage, anytime you talk about major flooding that's the kind of thing you'll see. we may have that after lunchtime today. sky6 live hd looking at the airport. every now and then the camera bouncing this morning, you can see the parking lot in the foreground is a lot drier than it was, because we're looking at the heavier rain pushing past us.
information satellite and radar shows that to you, you can see the main rain is pushing past us. we have additional lighter showers coming in off the ocean. we still have that coastal flooding warning in effect, to, this goes through today and up until and past tomorrow's high tide. it doesn't expire until 6:00 p.m. sunday. the high tide between noon and 2. there's another one after midnight and one at 1:30 tomorrow afternoon to 3:00 p.m. there's heavy waves and high tide repeating itself down the the shore. gusts could go up to 50 miles per hour along the coast. i showed you a 51-mile an hour gust a couple of minutes ago in the middle of the delaware bay. gusts along the coastal areas ranging from 40 in beach haven to 33 in wildwood. as we look at temperatures, it's
windy and cool and damp, a temperature of 351 in philadelphia. the 40s in the lehigh valley. 60 in sea isle city. rolling through the day, it's going to stay on the cool, the windy and the cloudy and danch danch -- damp side. 3:00 p.m., the high is 57. one thing i'll say about the rain, it is easing up. we won't have those heavy downpours, in fact while we'll have spotty activity, a lot of region will be cloudy and dank. when i come back we'll have the latest seven day forecast and the hurricane joaquin track. alicia, things get better in the seven day. >> that's good news. parts of north wildwood began flooding before the high tide moved in. trish hartman was in north wildwood last night and has the details. >> reporter: angry winds and
stinging rain pounded the beaches in avalon. officials say gusts up to 60 miles per hour could bring down power lines overnight. the townsend inlet bridge connecting avalon and sea isle city is closed because of high water. >> do not drive on flooded streets or flooded intrerks -- intersection you put yourself and first responders at risk. >> reporter: these beaches were rereplenished since super-storm sandy. >> our beach held up and designed to withstand it. >> reporter: we saw businesses in avalon sured up with sandbags and residents are ready, too. >> we parked at the municipal parking lot a couple of lots down. >> reporter: in north wildwood boats were pulled out of the water at grassy sound marina. folks grabbed groceries and
snacks. >> it's picking up quite a bit. >> we have a hobby cat on the beach in stone harbor and we had to get it off the beach. >> we grew up with this kind of stuff. >> reporter: coastal flood warnings are in effect. in avalon the fire department has an extra crew on standby in case anybody needs help. trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> residences in ocean city, cape may county, are keeping an eye on things, as well. the early high tide swamped the shore, water over bulkheads, many streets i am passable with knee-high water. this couple had to vample to find a -- scramble to find a new venue for their wedding.
meanwhile, governor chris christie stirred up controversy when he talked about the potential for flooding along the jersey shore. he singled out the residences of margate which refused to put up a protective dunes. >> towns like margate, you are amongst the most selfish people in the state of new jersey. if this hurricane had come to shore, the damage that would have been done to lives and property in margate, i hope it's worth the vanity act you're engaging in. >> the state wants to take the beachfront by eminent domain. the mayor said they are protected by a sea wall. and it is a shame that the governor made that statement
about them. go to 6abc.com for the latest reports from the shore along with videos and photos of flooding. new this morning, a deadly highrise in the apartment building in the chestnut hill section of philadelphia cost a man his life. the action cam was on the scene at the chestnut hill to your on the 7600 block of stenton avenue. firefighters rushed to the building after getting a call that a fire broke out in the unit of the top floor of the 18 story structure. crews pulled an unconscious man from the apartment, the victim in his 50s was pronounced at the hospital. firefighters evacuated the buildings during the blaze. the residents have been allowed to return. so far there's no word on a cause. new this morning, a man has been taken to a delaware hospital after getting hit by a car while walking on a bridge. the action cam was on the scene on the 1400 block of north washington street in wilmington. police say the man in his mid 30s was walking across the bridge in the rain when he was
struck. medics performed cpr at the scene and transported the man to christiana hospital. so far no word on his condition. the driver of the car stopped immediately and did remain at the scene. philadelphia police have released new surveillance video that they help will lead them to the suspect in the temple sex assault case. the pictures were released moments before and after the attack near the campus monday. vernon odem has the details. >> reporter: cu tell police who this -- cut police who this man is and where they can kind him? it is suspected he is the person who sexually assaulted and robbed a temple university student she had just come from the library with a friend. they parted ways when she was set upon by a gun-wielding man. >> forced the victim behind a construction pod or dumpster in
the 1400 block of carlisle street where he robbed her and sexually assaulted her. >> it happened close to write live. that's what made me the most nervous about it. >> reporter: this is septa surveillance video from the broad and erie station after the assault. this second video is prior to attack a few blocks away. police hope the clarity will lead to key tip calls. else a suspect in several earlier gunpoint robberies in the section of town. >> this is our suspect in our particular incident, robbery, rape, 1400 carlisle street, as well as at least one of the other incidents. >> reporter: the attack on the student has rattled the temple university student. students hope the video will help police make the collar. >> i live on park avenue, it's
kind of in a sketchy area i've been afraid of walking home. after this i hope they find the guy. i feel better knowing there's a picture out there. >> reporter: the word from police if you know who that man is, please, dial 911 right away. in hunting park, vernon odem channel 6 "action news." >> a jury has convicted a rutgers university professor of sexually assaulting a disabled man. the 34-year-old victim has cerebral palsy. the two had sexual encounters in the office. he accepted through an assist the typing keyboard because he cannot speak. she faces up to 40 years in prison. prosecutors said rich doctor ran a business out of the
million examiner's office, he reimbursed the state $3,500,000 and will have to community service. tom hardy in double, we'll take a look at the film legend. surfers take advantage of the big waves from the influence of hurricane joaquin. david murphy has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" comes back this saturday morning.
>> storms from unusually powerful waves attracted scores of surfers to the beach in south carolina. you one surfer told a reporter, the waves are the best he had seen all year. the surfers are the only people who found a good side to the storm. that's typically the case. the high winds caused flooding in the area and officials are concerned about beach erosion. they got pummeled in south carolina. >> reporter: that is the case as the storms move in from the south. the hurricane is on the way to the north, it will not spare us today down the shore as we are looking at coastal flooding concerns. looking at storm tracker 6 live double scan, one bit of good news as we go in closer, the heavy rain from yesterday and overnight is now pushing to the north of the region and things are starting to diminish and dry
out in places like allentown and reading and lancaster and philadelphia. only seeing just spotty precipitation at this point. you can see additional stuff coming in over atlantic city and surf city and through the morning especially over the next several hours, i think we'll be in and out of the light nuisance showers. generally speaking the rain is drying down a bit, but we're cloudy, cool and feeling a bit damp. as we look outside, we are down the shore with the heavy surf coming into cape play. that will be the issue today and most of tomorrow. future tracker 6 picking up the rain story. between now and noon we'll diminish the current rain. if we see light sprinkle as spotty showers they will be closer to the coach as they spin in off the coastline. 6:00 more of the same. cloudy and damp and cooler inland. most of the active showers likely down the shore. we go into 11:00, 11:30 we start
to dry out. the winds are a big issue. gusting up to mid 40s and gusts up to 50 miles per hour closer to the coast. 6:00 p.m. it's blustery and the wind coming in off the ocean it will continue to exacerbate the flooding issues after high tide at lunchtime and midnight. i'm posting sprinkles and showers around the region. today will be mainly dry with cloudy conditions and occasional shower popping through. the high temperatures, staying chilly north to south. mid 50s, allentown and trenton. 57 in philadelphia. the closer you get to the shore, low 60s. down the shore, the flooding is an issue. high tide is 12:24, i think between noon and 2:00 is where
the center of the flooding willl be this afternoon. high tide in the early afternoon hours is a concern, we're hoping it will be less intense than the last couple of high tides than what we'll see today. winds will gust 40 to 50 at the shore, waves 6 to ten feet, damaging beach erosion a possibility. if you're out of town inlandslide if philadelphia. bring along a coast and brace for breezy and windy conditions, 55 at 5:00 p.m., 11:00 p.m., 53 degrees and clouds and scattered sprinkle around. sunday, a lot of clouds and not a lot of rain tomorrow. hurricane joaquin is making its move away from the bahamas. the eye of the hurricane is
evident. looks like the storm will stay hundreds of miles off the coast the only affect from hurricane joaquin on our coastline as we head into the early part of this coming week is heavy surf. 57 is the high, windy and damp with occasional spotty showers, tomorrow, cloudy and breezy, 63 just a slight chance of a spotty shower mainly dry, monday, breezy and better in the afternoon, high of 67. after that. low 70s, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, friday, the next chance of rain is probably friday night perhaps into saturday, all right, alicia? >> of course, it waits until the weekend huh? >> reporter: sunday will be okay. >> the rain didn't stop the opera from coming to south broad street last night. a pretty scene there it was the opening night to the philadelphia's opera. the night kicked off with a black tie gala in a an outdoor
morning, looks like the sun is trying to wake up. what's going on here? it's only going to hit 57 degrees, it's windy and brisker out there. according to david murphy, the rain is starting to taper down a little bit. that's a live look from our temple university camera in center city. the clouds looking mucky, we'll make it a away to find a good saturday for you. in the theaters this weekend. >> i got to figure out a way to grow three years worth of food here on a planet where nothing grows.
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lingering several hours after the high tide. waves 6 to ten feet off the ocean, there's another high tide after midnight. down in dover we're looking at cloudy, windy conditions high of 63 in philadelphia. 57 windy and damp at times, hopefully they can get racing in tomorrow is looking better across the region, in dover, 67 degrees, breezy and cloudy and mainly dry and slight chance of a spotty sprinkle or shower. i doubt it will bother racing tomorrow, alicia. >> an light catching fixture can be a centerpiece in any dining room. the designers from the live well network knock it off has a way to get the look without the big budget price. >> reporter: stylish light fixtures can be pricey. watch how easily we create a high end looking fixture for under 50 bucks. >> we're going to make a light
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>> good morning, it is 7:00 a.m. this saturday, october 3. eva is off, i'm alicia vitarelli. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news" this morning. a teresa -- tree succumbs to the heavy rains overnight. new details in the mass shooting at a west coast community college. we'll have the latest information in a live report from oregon. david murphy has a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. umbrella up, rain jacket on.