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>> a pedestrian is hospitalized and is in critical condition after being struck by a car. now the search is on for the driver. >> the eagles are gearing up for a big game in the nation's capitol. they face the redskins this afternoon. the big story on "action news" this sunday morning is flooding concerns across south jersey. the action cam was on edgewater avenue in ventnor, you can see the water covering the roadway there. take a look at the boat rocking back and forth as the winds blow in pleasantville. we'll go to david murphy with details and while the rain is tapering down we have worries at the shore. >> reporter: things are getting better wind wise and flooding wise, we'll get to that in a moment. we have clouds around and temperatures in the 50s. the flood warning in effect in the coastal counties and up the delaware bay for one more high
tide sickle him we're expecting an onshore flow to produce flooding, this time looks like moderate flooding versus the major flooding we had during the last four tide cycles. it could cause you problems. the advisory in the upper portion of the delaware bay and delaware river doesn't expire until midnight because high tide is later in the evening up in those areas. 55 in philadelphia. 51 in allentown. 56 in millville. 55 in wilmington. 60 in sea isle city. we have blustery winds, 40 miles per hour in beach haven and 31 at the airport in atlantic city, strong enough winds to force some of the water inland. 24-mile an hour gusts currently if philadelphia. overall the winds less than yesterday. as we roll into the afternoon we are expecting to be in the 50s for the next several hours and the low 60s later on. the high of 63 about #--
3:00 p.m., under mostly cloudy skies and breezy conditions, small chance of rain, shower here or there. you guys will be all right for the two parades we have in center city. >> we have flooding video to show you from all across the jersey shore this weekend. streets were impassable from atlantic city to wildwood. ocean city firefighters say they were prepared for what the storm may bring, but dispite the problem feel we did get a break. >> we had high tides come in and what we expected and we got lucky it didn't go into the housing authorities that we have. >> the winds were so strong people had a hard time walking on the boardwalk and beach erosion a major concern. you can see where the sand form a shelf in ocean city. >> the owner of a cape may county house is vowing to rebuild after it was swept into
the bay. the vacant home started to fail friday, but yesterday morning it was completely swept into turtle creek. the owner believe the storm-fueled tides and winds overwhelmed the home. there's concern the wreckage could break apart during high tide and become a hazard. the coast guard deciding whether to have it removed. of course well continue to -- we'll continue to update you on the flooding at the jersey shore, send us photos from the jersey shore to 6abc.com, we'll post them on our website. >> from our delaware newsroom, police are searching for a driver who struck a pedestrian and kept going, it happened at jackson and maryland avenue in wilmington. police say the victim was rushed to christiana hospital in extremely critical condition. so far police do not have a description of the vehicle that struck the man. a 14-year-old has been arrested for at least 15 armed robberies around drexel university. police say all the robberies
happened just over the past few months. "action news" reporter, vernon odem has the story. >> reporter: we are no longer showing the face of the serial robbery suspect because police discovered he is only 14 years old on a big boy crime spree. 15 armed robberies in the drexel university area within 30 days, many violent. september 30th, he pistol whipped a student who resisted. >> 6:00 a.m. she is walking from home. a male pulls up on the bike, give me your purse. she resists. he punches her in the face. she chases her and pushes him off the bike, he beats her with the gun. >> reporter: police released the surveillance video of the suspect using a credit card he strong armed from a victim.
he is 14 and goes to overbrook high and at times has had two accomplices. >> i'm surprised so one so young could be -- someone so young could be using something like that so often with short timing in between. >> reporter: the through the social network, the university alerted the student body about the crime spree. >> i am from hong kong this is the first time in america, i'm kind of scared, actually. i will not go on the street alone at night. >> you're okay, now, because he's been arrested, yeah, it's safer than before. >> reporter: the district attorney may seek to prosecute the 14-year-old as an adult. no decision has been made yet. in the meantime, police try to track down his two alleged
cohorts. vernon odem channel 6 "action news" on direction's camp -- owe drexel's campus. former naacp president jerry mondesire is in critical condition at jefferson hospital. he have served's the head of the naacp branch from 1995 to 2014. governor tom wolf is ordering a hiring spree it does not affect caregivers or law enforcement or state revenue. else putting restrictions on travel. republicans have forced a series of party line votes while wolf has used his veto power. tomorrow is the deadline to
vote in the pennsylvania general election. for the first time ever residents can register online. they can register at many state and county offices. >> the eagles are on the road for a showdown of rival washington. "action news" at 30th street station as chip kelly and the birds hopped a train to washington, d.c. kickoff is set for 1:00 p.m. the eagles are coming off a win over the jets. demarco murray is trying to come back after a hamstring injury. puerto rican day parade will kick off at 10:00 a.m. the parade is normally held on the last sunday of september but it was moved to this weekend because of pope francis. it will begin at 16th and benjamin franklin parkway. the grandstand will be at logan square our own walter perez will
co-holes -- co-host with diego castellanos. the pulaski day parade steps off at 1:00 p.m. marching down from 16th street to logan square and ends at 22nd street. you can see that parade on 6abc beginning at 1:30. i will co-host it's a beautiful it's -- beautiful celebration, two great parades. >> let's get more on the stormy weather down the shore. let's turn to trish hartman live in stone harbor, cape may county with more on the beach erosion and flooding. though the rain has tapered off, trish, they are not out of the woods just yet. >> reporter: that's right, good morning, alicia and nydia. we're here at the 111th street beach in stone harbor where we are looking at dozensive beach
erosion. -- looking at pretty extensive beach erosion. looking down the beach to the cliff we're looking at 6 feet of erosion on the beach. low tide past, another high tide is expected at 2:30. very windy and gusty, winds at 30 to 40 miles per hour expected today. if you look down here we're standing at the edge of the beach ramp that drops off. let's take a look at some flooding that we saw in other shore towns overnight. a number of roads were closed during high tide in pleasantville including black horse. we found police blocking traffic there at franklin boulevard. officials are warning do not drive through standing water, it cannot only damage your vehicle, but it's extremely dangerous. roads were flooded in west atlantic city and ventnor overnight. the back bay areas are prone to
flooding because the water has not had a chance to drain from previous high tides. coastal communities should be prepared for another round of flooding that's in in effect until 6:00 p.m. the beaches were replenished in 2013 after super-storm sandy. no word on how much damage was caused or what it will take to fix the beaches. i talked to the volunteer fire department in stone harbor they will have extra firefighters on hand in case anyone needs help. trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> there's more to come on sunday morning edition of "action news." trying to conceive how exercise may help women suffering from the leading cause of infertility. church is damaged by storms that sweeps through the carolinas. now a live look sky6 live hd at philadelphia international. the winds is whipping there. it's going to be warmer than yesterday.
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hall later this morning. the coral lines that got socked. >> we kind of dodged a bullet around here. >> reporter: the wind were bad, but not as batted along the shore. we look live cape may, new jersey, live on sky 6. looks like it's trying to get bright out there. although we have cloud cover around and a little bit of light reflecting off the water. not a whole lot of that in store today. as we look at storm tracker 6 live double scan we're looking at a lack of precipitation and staying fairly dry. 55 degrees, dewpoint, 46 winds out of the northeast at 14 miles per hour. 51 in allentown. 53 in trenton. 55 in wilmington, 60 in cape may. everybody needs jackets and layers as you head out. future tracker 6 shows we'll stay cloudy through the day. the farther north you go the better chance you have of seeing sunny breaks, all the way up to
6:00, not a lot of shower activity, the best chance in south jersey and the counties that salads up to the ocean. can't rule out a shower in the i-95 corridor, but most of you will be dry today. up in the lehigh valley, sun returning, breezy, 62 degrees, you may get socked in by the clouds, as well. down the shore, main line cloudy skies and breezy conditions. we have an issue with coastal flooding. may not be at bad as the last couple of days but there's a concern. winds 25 to 35 miles per hour. gusting up to 40. moderate flooding at the times of high tide in the afternoon today. there could additional beach erosion, but generally speaking it's the coastal flooding that's giving us the biggest concern. cloudy and breezy conditions, again we're allowing for spotty showers, but most of you stay dry. 63 is the high, the winds will be breezy, 12 to 25 miles per
hour. overnight tonight, 52, cloudy and breezy there. for the two parades we have today, the puerto rican day parade, the pulaski day parade. noon, 55 degrees, 1:61. 2:00 p.m., 63. it will be breezy, especially down in the city between the buildings bundle up if you're heading to the parade. looks like it will be dry, though. tomorrow we start out with clouds in the morning. as we go into the afternoon, the clouds get holes punched in them, through the afternoon there's a chance of sun returning. down the shore it will be cloudier, we're hoping it stays dry tomorrow, as well. hurricane joaquin is swell -- well out in the atlantic city bearing down on bermuda. it will barely miss bermuda out to the west, that will put
bermuda on the side of the storm that has the strongest forward winds. a lot of rain and wind in bermuda tonight. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, cloudy and breezy, sunny breaks later. sunny monday, 6. tuesday, 72. wednesday, 74. thursday, 70 degrees not too bad. friday, 71 with rain building in. and saturday we dry out so nice numbers coming up in the afternoons ahead. thousands of people are in albuquerque, new mexico for the balloon festival. nearly 500 balloons from dozens of states and 20 different countries registered. organizers say it's one of the most photographed events in the world. you can see why, we'll be right back.
>> welcome back on this sunday, it is 9:19, 54 degrees, sky6 live hd taking a live look from our temple university camera at the center city skyline. don't forget we have two parades, i just saw walter perez getting ready for the puerto rican day parade that kicks off on our broadcast at noon, although it starts earlier than that. if you get up close and personal on the parade route and alicia vitarelli will be hosting the pulaski day parade at 1:30. "healthcheck" there may be a way for women suffering from infertility to increase their odds of conception. exercise and weight loss. condition curse when a woman makes -- occurs when a woman makes higher than the normal amount of male hormones, women
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there might be a sunny break but on the cool side out there. as we take a look at the big board at the airport. running with delays in newark. if you're connecting through newark check with the airline to make sure there's no delay there due to strong winds. alicia. >> topping our people scene this morning, paul mccartney stole the show at peta's 37th annual event. he wowed the crowd with let it be and hey jude. he was a big hit for the event that honors people for their animal activism during the year. since the amazing performance of the 14-year-old sensation, bobby hill appeared on national tv shows. he is talking about how he is
handling his new found fame. >> reporter: with the choir from oslo, the keystone state boys choir appeared before a packed house, it's the first time bobby hill has taken to the stage since this. ♪ >> the 14-year-old boy from andora wowed the world with his rendition of the song. hill's choir director through him up there when show organizers needed to fill time. >> i knew he was going to nail it. because that's the kind of guy bobby is. >> i'm like he is amazing, but you knew it already. >> i did, but it hit me in the face. >> reporter: hill approached the holy father to exchange gifts. >> as he went to do it, i wondered if there was going fob an international moment.
>> reporter: it was the good kind. hill has been interviewed dozens of times on local and national television. >> bobby brought me into the choir. else normal bobby, he is still the coolest person. >> reporter: hill's performance a gift particularly it's one this 14-year-old may not be able to repeat much longer. >> that's the big unknown for bobby, when he gets to the other side of the tenor will that beautiful voice still be there. i'm sure it will. >> he is still answering a text. that's a good sign he hadn't let the fame get to him. >> i'm sure that beautiful voice isn't going anywhere. there's much more to come on "action news." it is national taco day. it may be a star wars fans biggest dream come true.
caroline -- carolina also. philadelphia police look for a robber who used a philadelphia hotel to hide. >> what sparked a shootout in philadelphia that left a man dead and another hospitalized. >> there's concerns after a storm brought flooding along roads. sky6 live hd looking live at cape may. the waves still kicking up down the shore and coastal flooding is a concern this morning and throughout the afternoon. >> it's been a tough weekend. meteorologist david murphy is outside with what to expect today. >> reporter: cloudy cool and breezy, as you step outside. down the shore bracing for more flooding during the early afternoon tidal flood period or high tide period. there you see clouds spilling in off the ocean again today. we can't rule out sunny breaks north of philadelphia. generally speaking we'll have to start tout with clouds and hold on to them across a good portion
of the region. coastal flood warning is in effect until 6:00 p.m. it's the afternoon high tides that are centered around 1 to 3:00 p.m. the flooding will be moderate today versus major flooding we saw over the last four or five high tide cycles. it is an advisory until midnight in the lighter green counties up along the tidal portion of the delaware river because the high tide occurs later along the delaware than down the shore. 51 in allentown. 60 in sea isle city. the current wind gusts are significant up above 30 miles per hour in atlantic city. 28 in millville and 24 in philadelphia. overnight the winds not as strong as yesterday, but a partly of the weather package. the temperatures is going up to 63. better than yesterday, but cool and gray well below the average high of 71. we have better numbers coming up
in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, though, and nydia, i'll have more on that coming up. >> all right, david, thank you. as we brace for the possibility of more flooding this afternoon we want to show you what happened overnight in parts of south jersey, flulgd -- flooding ascertain beach erosion. trish hartman is reporting live from cape may county with more. some dramatic pictures trish. >> reporter: the ramp at the 111th street beach. the ramp drops off with the beach is eaten away from the waves. parts of the ramp is jught out on the -- jutting out on the beach. i'm 5'4" it drops off here, we're looking at 6 feet. low tide happened at 8:15. another high tide is expected around 2:30. winds at 30 to 40 miles per hour
expected. the mayor said the beach likely eroded down to the point, but they are still assessing the damage. let's look at the flooding from the other shore towns from the overnight. a number of roads were closed in pleasantville including the black horse and franklin boulevard. officials warning like all weekend do not drive through standing water or any flooding areas, it can damage the car. it's very dangerous. roads were flooded in west atlantic and haven't in other. forecasters say the back bay areas are prone to flupgd because the water has -- flooding because the water has not had a chance to drain. the mayor of stone harbor said some homes and businesses did have water, but many people were protected by the beach which is eroded. >> it's bad and good at the same time. it's good in the fact it protected our property and all the homes and infrastructure and the streets. it's bad for tourism. we'll need to replenish
immediately. so it's millions of dollars we're talking about. >> reporter: now these beaches were replenished in 2013 after super-storm sandy. the mayor said she wants to get the beaches fixed before the winter is over. i spoke to the volunteer fire department they will have extra volunteers on hand during high tide this afternoon in case anybody needs help. trish hatterman, back to you. >> you can track weather at 6abc.com. it's free. >> let's look at the catastrophic flooding that happened record setting rain. >> take a look at this video, people formed a human chain in coastal south carolina to save a man from rushing water on the
streets. >> reporter: a massive storm trapped over the east coast. from near wilmington, north carolina to myrtle beach south carolina. millions of americans along the eastern seaboard affected by the wind and record breaking rain. this is not just any rain this is going to be the heaviest rainfall we have ever seen. in charleston, south carolina a deluge of water. roads customed to traffic jams inundated by several feet of water. these two strangers teamed up to help stranded people in their cars. >> you don't know etch a other -- each other, just hepg hands. >> we have the same motive as far as we're stuck here, anyway, we might as well help somebody out. >> reporter: often where there's crisis there are those willing to lend a hand. this stranded wedding party nearly missed the big day.
if not for the minute aid of the national guard. since thursday at least four people were killed in storm-related incidents in north an south carolina. downed trees and power outages posing problems for the first responders. >> i am a good citizen i'm going to obey and hole up in my apartment and clean out my dresser. >> reporter: in brunswick, north carolina, the impact substantial. up to 500 residents were evacuated in the coastal county. flood and flood watches expect to last through the weekend. >> the issue for north carolina and south carolina are the continued rains. the severe weather will continue through sunday and perhaps beyond with heavy rain anticipated to cause more disaster and emergency. >> >> coast guard officials have
resumed their search, as well for a cargo ship that went missing after it ran into hurricane joaquin. there was hopeful news yesterday when a life ring believe toed te from the ship was found, it was carrying 33 crew members, 28 american. there has been no communication with the ship in about 48 hours. >> the family of one of the survivors of thursday's mass shooting at the oregon community college is speaking out. the gunman asked a girl about her religion. when she didn't answer he shot her in the back. she is just 16 years old and in her fourth day of college. >> when the incident occurred she laid on the ground and played dead and that saved her life. >> she remains hospitalized in critical condition. a go fund me account set up for
another survivor raised 7 $110,000. a robe suspect used a hotel -- robbery suspect made use of a hotel while running from a park ranger from overnight the suspect ran into the society hill sheraton on the 200 block of dock street. an off duty camden county metro police officer found a clip from the suspect's gun at the scene. the suspect managed to allude authorities and he is still on the loose. philadelphia police are investigating a deadly shootingout overnight. police say two men armed with guns stormed into a home on the 2400 block of 29th street.
another man was shot and killed another in critical condition at temple university hospital. a third ran off, and the 4th man involved is being questioned by police. >> turning to politics now, hillary clinton is vowing to take action to help lgbt americans. she was at a human rights campaign vowing to upgrade the rectsdz of -- records of the service members who were dishonorably disarndle -- discharged under don't ask don't tell. vice president joe biden could announce a decision within days whether he will make a run for president. he could make the announcement win the next ten days, the sources say even if he decides to enter the race he will likely sit out the first democratic
primary debate. the first debate is next week. on the republican side, donald trump is weighing in on the mass shooting at the oregon community college. trump rallied supporters during a stop in franklin, tennessee suggesting the idea of arming teenagers. a gunman killed 9 people and injured others when he opened fire. the campus was a gun-free zone and thinks could have turned out differently had teachers been armed. he vowed to uphold i couldn't know rights while while attacking calls for gun control. donald trump and new jersey governor chris christie will face the questions on this week at 10:30 on 6abc. very curious to hear from both of them as all the candidates get a chance to have their voice heard. >> always a good show. 9:40 on "action news," it's
a sign of the times. people are using their cell phones for everything including ending relationships. cars pile up after the deadly flood in the french rivera, sky6 live hd looking live at wilmington, delaware, david murphy will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, slightly warmer than yesterday and some upgrades. we'll talk about it when we come right back. he has no idea what's coming. my taste - so huge, yet so unexpected. i'm like a boxer in a ring. a small boxer. you don't expect much... and then, wham! i hit 'em with a whole lotta creamy goodness! left! right! uppercut! leaving taste buds... deliciously dizzy! look! his tongue is knocked out!
rains are wreaking havoc on the french rivera. fierce thunderstorms dropped nearly 7 inches of rain on the region in two hours, that's the equivalent of the two months of rainfall for that region. >> and they got more rain than that down south and we had rain here and some flooding. >> reporter: seven inches in two
hours, we had 8 or 9 inches from hurricane floyd over 8 hours and created massive historic flooding. that's something in the french rivera. no rain around here now. sky 6 looking outside the camera is bouncing as we look at the platt bridge in south philadelphia. still wind out there today. 55 degrees is the current temperature, dewpoint, 46. the winds are out of the northeast at 14 miles per hour gusting higher than that. the winds overall not as strong as yesterday, but strong enough to require a jacket, and two good hands gripping the windshield that's not what you grip when you drive, it's actually the steering wheel. [laughter]. future tracker 6 shows we'll be cloudy and there will be sun popping in the later morning and afternoon hours, from philadelphia to the shore it looks cloudy. there could spotty sprinkles or
showers. the best chance of that is close to the coast. we'll get late sunshine out during the afternoon in parts of the region. 63 degrees is the high. 62 in allentown. 63 in wilmington. mid 60s down the shore, a spotty shower, but most of you stay dry. we have lingering problems at the shore, the gust gusts are not as strong as yesterday. we're looking at moderate coastal flooding at times of high tide during the afternoon. we had been looking at major flooding prior to this, the big issue today is the last round of coastal flooding. down in dover we have one more day of racing, breezy and cloudy for the most part. 66 degrees by 1:00 p.m. 67 by 2:30 or 3:00 p.m. 65 degrees at 4:00 p.m. in
dover. the rest of the way today by 3:00 p.m. 63 degrees in philadelphia. that's the high today. 61 by 5:00 p.m. 60 by 7:00. 59 by 9:00 p.m. of the breezes fall back tonight but generally speaking it's a breezy afternoon and evening. monday, breezy with winds out of the northwest, but we're basically dry up until noon there might be cloud cover around, i am thinking we get breaks of sunshine back in play, though, as we as we get into the afternoon tomorrow. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 63 cloudy anticipated breezy, maybe sunny breaks, maybe not. some sun breaking back on monday, breezy conditions and improved high of 66. ampleghts we're looking -- after that, we're looking good, pleasant and gorgeous on wednesday, partly sunny and 74. back to 70 on thursday and friday, the next chance of rain
is friday, but the long range models show it's done for assert. >> need an idea for lunch it's national taco day. tacos are loved we loved them around here, and eaten by millions of people everyday. last year americans consumed 4.5 billion that's 490,000 miles of tacos enough to take you to the moon and back, toss on salsa and get your taco on today. we'll be right back. staci, you have got to get down here.
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>> well, you might call it the 21st industry dear john letter. -- century dear john letter. teenager are using cell phone to end romances, 30% of teens have broken up with someone via text message. most teens an in-person farewell is far more acceptable than the cold text to bid someone goodbye. >> reporter: ouch. we're at the "action news" big board with big talkerrers a warning for -- talkers a warning for people in upstate new york, don't take selfies with bears. that's actually a warning. it may sound like a silly issue, people have been taking pictures of themselves with giant sleeping bears that's a big
safety issue. >> people don't realize when you make these kind of pictures which you get into close proximity to a bear you're putting a bear's life in danger not to mention your own. >> reporter: yeah, the problem is, the bears could become too comfortable with humans, the state department of environmental conservation said there are 6,000 bears in new york and many in state parks. take a look at the pictures of two father sharing a special moment in an ohio's bride life. he was walking down the aisle with her father when she asked her stepfather to join them. the moment was more touching because her parents had been locked into a custody battle for much of her child the two fathers didn't actually get along. there was not one dry air at the
>> turning to sports, it is eagles face off with the redskins in a little over four hours and the phillies face the marlins at the bank this afternoon, here's jeff skeverski with all your sunday morning sports. >> reporter: since chip kelly took over the eagles were one of the best offenses in football until now. with sam bradford running the show they are the worst. chip kelly looking to return
with a win. flashing demarco has a game time decision trying to come back from the hamstring. his buddy bradford could use all the help he could get to move the offense. >> i don't think we're off, i think a small correction here or there, once we get in rhythm and sync. we'll take off. >> reporter: this is not the kind of october baseball you had in mind. the phillies are trying to avoid losing 100 games later today in the final regular season game. if they lose it will be the first time since 1961 they have lost 100. get out the rally towels. you may want to take the blanket and cover your face. game one, ugly. ken guys -- giles gives up two in the 9th.
carli lloyd playing. they gets a kick out of it. high 5s in there, phils lose game 2, 5-2. that's loss number 99. they have not lost 100 in 54 i wouldn'ters, they do get the number one pick in the draft next year. >> penn state football is on a run since losing to temple. they have won four straight including yesterday against army. penn state fans forming a tank to show their respects to the army. hackenburg goes airborne. penn state goes up 13 and they hang on to win. penn state holds on to win 20-14, but the odds maker predicted this will be a blowout. james franklin what do you think about that? >> i lost $20 in atlantic city
when i was 24 years old after college i almost threw up, it was the last time i gambled i couldn't tell you anything about it. i'm making sure our guys get an education and are active in the community and win games, that's how we're going to do it. >> he only lost $20? i'm jeff skeverski have a good day. >> there's a lucky star wars fan who has a lifetime of bracing rights, they won this the iconic bikini. the if you want it sold for $96,000 the online auction. it was made of flexible gold painted rubber, it includes the
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10:00 a.m., sunday, october 4, eva is off, alicia vitarelli joins us. the weekend storm are ending, but there's flooding concerns along the jersey shore. >> a pedestrian is hospitalized in critical condition after being struck by the car. now the search is on for the driver. >> the eagles are gearing up for a big game in the nation's capitol. they face the redskins this afternoon. the big story on "action news" is the flooding concerns in south jersey. take a look at the boat as the
winds blow in the bay in pleasantville. david murphy has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast and trish hartman is at the shore with the flooding damage. let's start with david. >> reporter: storm tracker 6 live double scan, nydia, we have no rain in sight. there's fair amount of cloud cover and decent breezes blowing out of the northeast. we have cloudy conditions and sun breaking through later on. small chance of sprinkles or showers. having said that a coastal flood warning is in effect for all the counties highlighted in dark green until 6:00 p.m. ocean high tides are running between 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. and we are expecting another round of flooding. although i will point out it is moderate flooding and not major flooding. still enough flooding to warrant caution, certainly, you ever to treat this smartly, but it looks like the high level of water might not be as high as the last
four tide psyche owe -- cycles. we have high tides up in the delaware river until this evening, because their tide is after the ocean high tide. 54 in allentown. 61 in sea isle city. we have decent wind gusts ranging from 30 to 35 miles per hour up and down the coast right now. 25 in philadelphia. as we go through the afternoon it will be clouds and sunny breaks and still on the chilly side with a high of 63 degrees and breezy conditions continuing. we're looking at improvement in terms of temperatures as we head through the seven-day forecast i'll have that coming up in the seven day from accuweather in just a few minutes. >> let's turn to "action news" reporter, trish hartman live in stone harbor, cape may county with more on beach erosion and flooding this morning, trish.
>> reporter: good morning, nydia, lots of erosion and damage at the beach at 111th street. this was the beach ramp that drops off eaten away by the waves. all down to the point this is likely eroded according to officials. now the waves are lapping up against it. low tide happened around #-- 8:00 a.m. high tide 2:00 p.m. in stone harbor. the good thing the beach protected the properties, the bad news there's millions in damage now. let's look at flooding happening overnight in other communities in the area. we have a number of roads closed in pleasantville including black horse pike police were blocking traffic at franklin boulevard. roads were flooded in west atlantic city and ventnor overnight. forecasters say the back bay area is prone to flooding
because the water hadn't had a chance to drain. a coastal flood warning in effect until 6:00 p.m. tonight so folks are bracing themselves for more flooding folks in stone harbor say it cover much worst. >> the winds has been furious and the gusts have been big. you can see on the front of the house it took the siding off it, it was coming from the northeast. we lost some there and some of the roofing. it wasn't as bad as it could have been. >> reporter: a number of people saying that this morning, lots of people coming down to the ramp and taking pictures. officials say there were homes and businesses that had water in them, those folks are bracing for another round of flooding at high tide this afternoon. trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> quite the prospective you have there, thank you, trish. streets were impassible from absecon to the wildwoods.
the rainfall causing concrete and bricks falling from a senior home in wildwood. dpielt -- despite the problems, ocean firefighters felt they got a break. >> we got lucky it didn't go into the housing authorities that we have. >> reporter: the winds were strong people had a hard time walking on the boardwalk. again, beach erosion a major concern. you can see where the sand formed a shelf in ocean city. >> the owner of a cape may county home is vowing to rebuild after it was swept into the bay. you have to see it to believe it. the vacant home on grassy sound started to fail friday, yesterday morning it was swept into turtle creek. it is almost submerged. there's concern that the wreckage could break apart during high tide and become a
hazard. the coast guard is making a decision on whether or not to have it removed. we're continue i knowing to update you from the jersey shore and we encourage you to send your pictures any damage you stained to 6abc.com, we'll post them on our website. from our delaware newsroom, police are searching for a driver who struck a pedestrian and kept going. it happened at 10:30 at jackson and maryland avenues in wilmington. ment victim was rushed to christiana hospital in extremely critical condition. so far police do not have a description of the vehicle that struck the man. a 14-year-old was arrested for 15 armed robberies around drexel university. we are no longer showing the face of the suspect because of his age. investigators described one incident. >> 6:00 a.m. she is walking from home a male pulls up on a bike, give me your purse, she resists initially.
he grabs the purse, breaks the strap and punch also her in the face. she chases him enpushes him off the bike he beats her with the gun. >> police released the video of the suspect using the credit card of the victim he strong armed. police in burgeon county pointed a murveg at an 8-year-old -- musket at an 8-year-old boy saying he would fire at him for being a dallas cowboys fan, he has been charged with child endangerment. according to publish
reports police arrested john cannon who managed to sneak into the women's dorm room. he fled when the victims woke up. cannon is not a student. former naacp president jerry mondesire is in critical condition at jefferson university hospital. he served as the head of the philadelphia branch of the naacp from 1996 to 2014. stay with "action news" for the latest developments on his condition. governor tom would feel ordering a higher freeze as the pennsylvania stalemate enters its 4th month. it does not affect caregivers or anyone involved in law enforcement or state revenue. he is putting in restrictions on travel. both sides remain far apart on the issue. republicans forcing a series of party line votes while wolf has
used his veto power. tomorrow is the deadline to vote in pennsylvania's general election for the first time ever residents can register online or by mail or in person at many state and county offices. election day is november 3. the eagles on the road for a showdown of rival washington. "action news" was at 0th street station when chip kelly and the birds hit the train for washington, d.c. the eagles are coming off their first win of the season. demarco murray is trying to come back after a hamstring injury. desean jackson is sidelined due to his injury. >> celebrating puerto rican pride. the parade kicks off at 10:00 a.m. it's normally held on the last sunday of september, but it was moved because of the weekend visit of pope francis. it will begin at 16th enand the benjamin franklin parkway. the grandstand will be at logan
square. walter perez will co-host with diego castellanos. you can watch the parade at noon on 6abc and then the pulaski day parade steps off from 20th and the parkway it will march down the parkway to 16th street logan square to 22nd street. you can see the parade at 1:30. all be co-hosting. the parkway will be alive with pride, puerto puerto rican and h today. we're so proud to be partly of these events. >> back-to-back, we love it. the pope blessed a baby and they have a special friend to thank you for the divine connection. >> the carolinas inundated with record flooding. now a live look sky6 live hd looking from our temple university camera looking at
center city. david murphy will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast coming up, it's a little warmer than yesterday, we're drying out a little bit, but still some concerns down the shore. we'll talk about it next. does for the general assembly, will pauls and chris brown claim they're for us, but we know how to spot a sleight of hand. they're bankrolled by groups funded by north jersey casino backers. and you know what that means - north jersey casino bigwigs can count on them. but can we? it's a dirty trick. north jersey casinos would take our casinos, and our jobs, and ruin our economy. will pauls and chris brown.
when the chips are down, we can't trust them to stand up against north jersey casinos. carolina are just drenched in water tafer days -- after days of rain. the governor declared a state of emergency for all one one counties. flood warnings are in effect for certain parts of the state. he said anticipated more
warnings ahead. heavy rains to blame for a massive sinkhole in north carolina. take a look at that it's 5 feet deep and keeps expanding. it is right next to a condominium complex, of course as you can imagine residents are concerned and hoping not to be forced to evacuate. >> you can see it it's right up against it. >> reporter: coastal flooding issues around here, but things are getting better, the winds not as strong. storm tracker 6 live double scan showing us we are dry. as we take a look outside we are looking at the shore, and you know the waves don't look as dramatic as they did yesterday. the onshore wind is turning out of the northwest. while there might be a bit more beach erosion going on not as bad as what we've seen over the last couple of days. checking out the temperatures, cool 56 degrees. the winds are running northeast at 16 miles per hour. it's going to be a breezy day
even if the winds are lighter than yesterday. 54 degrees in allentown currently. 55 in trenton. 56 in wilmington. 61 degrees in cape may. future tracker 6 showing us the clouds will be with us most of the day. although the farther north you go the better chance you have of sunny breaks starting to break through. that might happen around philadelphia before we are done with the day. it does look like we're mainly dry, right down close to the coast and coastal counties, a spotty pop-up shower is possible. that could ham in and around philadelphia, but -- happen in and around philadelphia, but most of you stay dry. lehigh valley, 62 is the high. down the shore, cloudy and breezy, we have an issue with coastal flooding continuing as the high tide is expected to rise up to levels that could bring us flooding. wind gusts will be significant we're going for moderate coastal
flooding versus major coastal flooding you saw over the last four tide cycles. the water could go relatively high. at the high tide is when it will be at its worse between 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. the big issue is the coastal flooding that will come down a little bit. 63 degrees, cloudy, can't rule out sunny breaks, breezy, a spotty shower can't be ruled out. mainly dry, winds out of the northeast at 12 to 20 miles per hour. not as high as the 30-mile an hour winds yesterday. 52 degrees is the overnight low, mostly cloudy and breezy there with winds still noticeable but easing back a little bit. we have two big parades our friend alicia vitarelli will be hosting one of them. they start at noon and end at 3:00 p.m. 59 degrees by noon, if you're heading to the parade and 63 by 3:00 p.m. maybe sunny breaks maybe not. it will be windy and cool, so if
you're heading to the parades bundle up, of course you can watch them both live on 6abc. tomorrow it looks like it's fairly cloud in the morning, but as we get up to noon and beyond there's a better chance of sunny breaks, it will be still on the breezy side and the temperatures will come up and the breaks of sun will be more evident tomorrow. hurricane joaquin is going past burr mud did -- burr -- bermuda later tote and tonight, they will have problems today and tonight. 63 degrees today, sunny breaks maybe not. 66 tomorrow, breezy, a little better, but cool. tuesday, partly sunny, and nice, 72. it stays nice wednesday and thursday, more clouds on friday, rain friday night. and drying out saturday. >> here's a sweet story when
pope francis visited philadelphia last weekend he kissed countless babies, special for any family no doubt, but it was special moving for one family from bucks county. there daughter was blessed thanks to a series of small meaner a daughter who was not supposed to live past her first birthday which she just celebrated. >> we made a decision to love our daughter for however long we had her. >> reporter: weeks after the baby was born, a medical team told the parents that may only be days. the baby girl had been diagnosed with what doctors believed was an inch operable brain tumor. later they found out she was suffering from a rare disease. >> we planned funerals. >> reporter: but that was not in god's plan.
it was after the devastating news she had a dream that she was standing with the pope gianna and pope francis. >> i don't know how it would happen, but i believed it would happen. >> reporter: while she was treated, something did happen. she turned 8 months old. she came to life. a miracle they also and last weekend in their eyes another one. friend fbi agent was stationed on the pope's route saturday he told them to be there. then this. i fell to my knees, right there on the street. >> the kiss with a was so amazing and you turned around is you see these guys the toughest
guys in the world everyone of them was crying the scene in general was divine. there was small acts. kindness from each step of the way. it couldn't have happened any other way. we couldn't plan this out. >> reporter: one-year-old gianna's fighting spirit all reasons her parents say they will continue to believe. >> she's going to be okay, we've been praying for this since before she was born. >> after the pope blessed gianna an e-mail was sent out to the fbi who made it to the head of the pope's security detail who explained the condition to frances. the pope prayed for little gianna before arriving at the grotto on sunday. erin o'hern channel 6 "action
>> we are at the "action news" big board with a look at the odd and unusual pictures of week. you heard of singing while you work. contractors in indiana taking that notion to a whole new spiritual level. ♪ how great that art >> it doesn't seem like work when you're singing a beautiful hymn how great they are art. they are dubbed the singing contractors, they posted it on
facebook, people liked them and they began getting song requests. this video has gone viral it has been viewed more than 7 million times with tens of thousands of shares. pretty cool. >> due february 16. and it's a boy. [crying]. >> we couldn't love this video any more it's gone viral a man's reaction to his wife's news that they are expecting a baby. she decided to surprise her husband by putting a package of buns in the oven. she recorded his reaction what she didn't expect was his emotional response to the news that he was going to be a dad. the couple has been trying for years they suffered a lot of heartache before this beautiful moment trying to conceive. now, the good news coming after
they had given up on having their own babies and now the baby boy due in february, we couldn't wish them any moore luck as they welcome their new edition. that's a look at the odd pictures of week, and very beautiful one. >> i'm having trouble keeping my eyes dry. thank you, beautiful. here's a look at what's coming up tonight on 6abc. once upon a time. blood and oil, followed by quantity -- quantico at 10:00 p.m. followed by "action news" with walter perez and sarah bloomquist. david murphy takes another look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast in just a moment. we'll be right back.
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inside story is next on 6abc. here's tamala edwards. >> reporter: coming up on inside story we talk about mark sigel about his new memoir and then i danced. it is the history of the gay rights movement. our panel joins us as we take a look back at the pope's visit. a lot of questions have emerged was it a win or loss, a little controversy has come out in terms of what happens with sex abuse victims we hope you join us. it's a great show. >> flooding conditions continue. >> reporter: cloud cover shows we might have sunny breaks, we'll see.
moderate flooding versus major. you have to be careful. the advisory doesn't expire until midnight up around the tidal delaware river. windy and cool, 63 degrees, not a lot of rain around, a slight chance of a spotty shower, if you want to do something, fine, bundle up a little bit. >> we're going to have two parades, bundle up. >> this week with george stephanopoulos coming up next on 6abc. george has new jersey governor chris christie. here's george with a preview. >> reporter: good morning, nydia and alicia. donald trump is still on top of the gop field is there a chance he'll drop out of the race. we'll have a follow up from the mass shooting and politics at the round stable table excluding the surge from bernie sanders and chris christie live coming up. >> eva and nydia back to you.
>> poor alicia. we hope you joins us for the pulaski and puerto rican day parades, for alicia vitarelli, david murphy and the "action news" team, i'm nydia han. for the general assembly, will pauls and chris brown claim they're for us, but we know how to spot a sleight of hand. they're bankrolled by groups funded by north jersey casino backers. and you know what that means - north jersey casino bigwigs can count on them. but can we? it's a dirty trick. north jersey casinos would take our casinos, and our jobs, and ruin our economy. will pauls and chris brown. when the chips are down, we can't trust them to stand up against north jersey casinos.
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>> announcer: starting right now on abc's "this week" -- one-on-one with donald trump. surprising new revelations from the republican front-runner. what would he do about guns in america? how does he respond to critics of his day plan. and what would make him quick the race. we're face to face with donald trump. hillary's bad week. donors defecting. her poll numbers dropping. she can turn her campaign around? and, gun debate fire storm. this morning, the clash over how to keep america safe heats up. >> announcer: from abc news, "this week" with george stephanopoulos begins now. good morning, lot to get to this week. our roundtable standing by to reflect on the