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6:00 a.m. here on this monday, october 5. i'm tamala edwards along with nydia han, matt o'donnell is off. here's what's happening. >> universities in the tri-state area are warning students and faculties about an unspecified threat of violence we're live with the details. >> beaches along the jersey shore are feeling the effect of the high tide and rough surf. >> a heartbreaking loss for the birds in the final minutes of the game. >> that hurt, didn't it? >> it did. >> reporter: let's go outside to karen rogers in for david murphy and matt pellman has traffic. >> reporter: good morning, we have a coastal flood advisory today, it's the onshore push of wind that's causing issues along the atlantic and the delaware this is until 7:00 p.m. tonight.
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still an issue today. look at the numbers, it's chilly, it's just in the 40s in a lot of suburbs. 46 in manners creek and 44 in quakertown and saint david. 45 in chester. a bit better in center city. 52 degrees, 49 degrees in browns mills and cinnaminson and glassboro, noon, 54 in dover, delaware. a chilly start to the day. looking at the day ahead satellite and radar showing lots of clouds in place. we can start to see some breaks in the clouds, we'll stay dry and see clouds breaking for sunshine. 8:00 a.m., 53. noon, 61 degrees, with clouds and sunshine, by 3:00 p.m. it's 66 and by 6:00 p.m. 65 coming down from a high of 67. so we're inching our way better. better still come tomorrow, wait until you see the temperatures, details in the seven-day forecast coming up in a minute. >> reporter: we need a pumpkin spice latte to stay warm this
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morning. we're live along the schuylkill expressway eastbound come the hits underneath the blue route, 476 one of the first spots to jam in the morning, but not jammed just yet and things are nice and dry along the schuylkill expressway in west conshohocken. on the pennsylvania turnpike portion of i-76 we had overnight construction westbound past morgantown. crews have cleertd -- cleared out if you're heading toward lancaster. there's a crash at second avenue and perkiomen avenue by the wawa. no issues coming in from pilots or phoenixville or collegeville. vine street express way some people are tapping their brakes heading westbound on the vine toward the schuylkill expressway. on the bottom of the screen is the benjamin franklin parkway, the parkway is reopened as is eakens oval and spring garden
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and kelly drive. watching a broken down truck 42 at the black horse pike the decell lane is bloctd. construction west of the ac expressway. >> campuses on alert after the fbi set out -- alerted campuses to a threat to local colleges. erin o'hern has more. >> reporter: the oregon school massacre is fresh in everybody's mind, what the fbi is calling out of out of an abundance of caution asking schools to be more
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vigilant. >> it could be st. joe's or penn next-door, is it like a bomb or like a shooting, we don't know. >> reporter: the threat posted on the anonymous site 4chan is vague, but disturbing. it's atamped to a profile picture of a frog with a gun. i praises the oregon gunman anne states october 5, 1:00 p.m. central time, a fellow robot will take up arms at a campus near philadelphia. fbi and officials have said be cautious about their surrounding. schools say they are increasing visibility of police on campus and students are conflicted on whether or not to attend class today. >> i was considering not going
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to class but i remembered i have a written exam so i'm forced to go. it's deciding whether or not to. >> i think i'm just going to be alert. >> reporter: now, the site is the same message board implicated in last week at oregon school shooting. there are suburban schools that issued warnings including villanova, st. joe's and camden county college and delaware tech community college. some of the schools said they would up patrol. we noticed an hour ago there was an officer on a bike as students loaded on to a bus. after they were loaded on, the officer took off. it could be a coincidence, but obviously universities are careful about the kind of police presence they have on campus today. erin o'hern channel 6 "action news." >> thank you for that. we have new information about a shooting in delaware county. four people including a child were injured when gunfire
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erupted in chester. police say three people were struck in the shooting and a child was you tell can you by broken glass. all four victims were taken to the hospital. police have not released information on there conditions. delaware county police say they are out there looking for the gunman. the woman convicted of abducting a five-year-old girl from a classroom and assaulting her could learn her fate today. she took the child back in january 201. the girl was found half naked at a cold dark play ground. she was convicted last year. prosecutors will seek a life sentence. >> former fed chair ben bernanke has a new memoir out. maribel aber is at the nasdaq good morning. >> reporter: ben bernanke wanted more wall street executives to
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go to jail. the justice department focused on financial firms. bernanke made the comments in the interview toyed to the release of his memoir the courage to act. stocks shrugged off disappointing consumer reports. wholesale report is do out later this week. linked in will pay out $13 million to settle a lawsuit over e-mails sent as follow up reminders being contacted is if you didn't respond to an invitation if the e-mails were sent on your behalf you have until december 14 to file a claim. you could receive as much as 15 monday dollars. pepsi is going back to the future. the soda giant is selling a
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limited number of bolts mootery mcfly it will cost 20.15. check the social media pages closer to october 21. pepsi going back in time. >> i like it, maribel. the weekend coastal storm took a toll on beaches at the jersey shore. the beach washed away at third avenue in north wildwood. cell phone video shows part of the town surrounded by flooding. >> it was all the way up to the doorstep when the cars go by, the wakes came in. some water came in a little bit, but nothing like hurricane sandy. >> the storm inflicted millions of dollars to the beach in season stone harbor. local taxpayers will foot part of that bill. >> at least today there are people getting out there to do things, better weather to do
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that. >> reporter: we have a coastal flooding advicery until 7:00 p.m. tonight. storm tracker 6 live double scan showing we are dry through the region right now. rain is not a threat to us, it's the push of onshore air that's piling the water up in the back bays causing problems today. let's go outside and see when it looks like, sky6 live hd looking live down the shore in atlantic city, we see the camera shaking just a little bit, it's not as windy as over the weekend, but it will be breezy today. 51 degrees the current temperature. we were showing you a little bit ago in the 40s in a lot of suburbs. 42 degrees the dewpoint. the winds out of the northeast it's a chilly breeze sustained at 15 miles per hour. not the gusty winds that we had over the weekend. the barometer is holding steady. satellite and radar showing lots of clouds in place, we're seeing breaks in the clouds here or there, it will be brighter than it's been and dry, too. we have a couple of good things going for us. as we look wider at the radar
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here's the area of low pressure down to the south which was the culprit for the moisture that we had. they are getting plagued in south carolina they had record rainfall it's still falling. that remains a problem for them. we're drying out, we'll have sunshine and clouds, breezy and below average. normally we would be high of 70. not hitting it just yet. 8:00 a.m., 58 degrees, 11:00 a.m., 58 degrees, 2:00 p.m., 65. and 66 at 5:00 p.m. reading, 65 in trenton and 64 in cape may. we have a milder afternoon 73 degrees temperatures actually a little bit above average. you can see hurricane joaquin
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staying off the coastline not impacting us. we just had an update a little bit ago, sustained winds 85 miles per hour. pushing out to sea, not an impact on our weather. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, sunshine today it's breezy, 67 degrees for the high temperature. it's a bit warmer tomorrow, turns nicer 73. if you're waiting to do outdoor activities you have nice days in which to do it. wednesday, nice and sunny, 750 degrees, thursday, not as warm, sunshine we'll take it. 70 degrees, friday we're tracking a few showers, it's your first chance to get a little bit wet. i think it holds off until later, friday night. saturday you'll saturday with a leftover shower, otherwise lots of clouds that leads to sunshine, 68. sunday cool, nice, 66. feeling like autumn as you look at the numbers in the 60s.
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>> 6:11, historic flooding devastates south carolina, but the rain did not stop a couple from saying this is our wedding day. >> the come back comes up short. welch reaction to the eagles latest loss, matt. >> reporter: no backup on 422, but the crowds are gathering eastbound. we'll check 6 cameras in 60 seconds after the break. >> talk about an underdog, a pup shows it may not be able to run with the big dogs, but it's not getting off the porch that's next on "action news." "many patients and their doctors unfortunately are
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live look here from our temple university camera at the center city skyline. 6:15, 51 degrees, it's monday, we have a nice week ahead. >> the inner drives of the parkway back open, people will be better. >> reporter: it's better than the start of last week when they were doing the cleanup. the everything is open aiken oval, back on the kelly drive. with the parades over you're good to go in the art museum this morning.
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it's that magical hour of morning, the 6:00 a.m. hour when we check 6 cameras in 60 seconds. stopwatch is ready and here we go along woodhaven road eastbound side route 13 a grown down vehicle police pulled up on the scene it's partially blocking the off ramp. traffic is squeezing by without too much of an issue, once they get on i-95 you're seeing slowing at cottman and further south approaching alley again into girard. we have a disabled vehicle north of academy road penndot is out there. all the lanes are open. looks like they are changing a tire. small delay on the boulevard, southbound side on down to the schuylkill expressway. we're at 39 seconds moving on to camera number five. exton, we have overnight milling
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work passing commerce drive. camera 6, 8 seconds left, 42 freeway, the broken down truck by the black horse pike on is gone. nydia back over to you. >> ash carter is promising a full and transparent investigation into the hospital bombing in average. right now the situation is confused and complicated. they are looking into a u.s. aircraft supporting american and afghanistan forces was responsible for the attack. the hospital is run by doctors without borders. >> historic flooding throughout charleston, south carolina could not keep a couple from stepping into their future. >> i'm proud to present to you mr. and mrs. -- >> when this couple booked their weekend weather they never
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expected it to be overshadowed by historic flooding. it was an all hands on deck situation, once the citadel told them they could not have it downtown. they found a hotel that agreed to host the wedding and minister. >> what a way to start your life. >> it's not the size of the dog in the fight, but the fight in the dog. karen. >> reporter: it's cooler out there, 61 degrees, nicer afternoon ahead. details coming up. starburst. unexplainably juicy.
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the home security camera caught jewels sprinting toward the bears and lungeing toward one. wildlife officials believe they were looking for food after safire destroyed their habitat. jewels was given a batting and treat. you can see what's going on in the bears' minds. >> reporter: don't mess with jewels. this is eastbound toward exton collegeville watch out for a crash along second avenue near park avenue not too far away from the wawa. mass transit is on time, new shuttle busing begins on the lansdale doylestown between colemar and doylestown you'll be on the buses instead of the trains from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. today through the end of december.
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>> reporter: it's kind of chilly out there in the suburbs. 47 degrees in allentown. reading in the low 40s in the poconos. 51 in philadelphia. 48 in wilmington. 51 in millville. 52 in atlantic city. grab the jacket. you know what the afternoon is not bad at all. we're below average, 67 is the high, clouds and sunny breaks. 9:00 a.m., 54 degrees, sunshine and clouds. noon, 61 degrees, 3:00 p.m., sun and clouds, 66. 6:00 p.m., 65 coming down from a high of 67. if you're flying out of the town i want to check the flight board. we were spotting delays, as i look at them, seeing them out of new york city, jfk 30 minute flight delays the rest of the board is looking good. in "healthcheck," zip lining is a thrill, but it's turning into a pain. over the past 16 careers 17,000 people were treated for zip line real estate lated injuries
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including broken bones and cuts and sprains. 6 deaths nationwide. the new study is the first look at zip line injuries, it highlights for what was informal fun to now better regulation and uniform safety standards. >> another brutal loss for the eagles. they are 1-3 after a gut-wrenching loss in washington. sam bradford threw three touchdowns. eagles fans were seeing the passes they were expecting from bradford. he shook off five sacks. washington scalder the game-winning touchdown in the final seconds. 23-20. >> the answer is we have to get it fixed. smowf we have to find out -- somehow we have to find out what the answer is. it would be great to play four quarters. >> running back flashing dpark
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dpark -- demarco dpark -- demarco murray has 37 yards in 29 carries in four games. >> i hope they come together in the next game. >> there are new polls out in the race for president. >> erin o'hern has details on an online threat that mention also philadelphia colleges. >> officials are urging students to be vigilant on campus as an online threat is made on the same message board implicated in the oregon school massacre last week. i'll have the details at 6:30.
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for a limited time, get any medium hot or iced leads the republican pack in iowa and new hampshire, but the numbers are down from last month as ben carson and carly fiorina are closing the gap within five points of trump. hillary clinton keeps her lead in iowa and bernie sanders leads in new hampshire. we'll see what happens if joe biden gets in. >> a 14-year-old was arrested for 15 armed robberies around drexel university. because of his age we're not showing his face. tip calls came in after police released this surveillance video of the suspect using a credit card he strong armed from a victim at 40th and preston. meteorologist karen rogers has the workweek outlet -- out look, including the return of sun. >> an online threat is creating
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concern at local colleges, how campuses are responding. matt. >> happening now on "action
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news," local campuses are on alert. there's a threat posted against schools here on the same site used by last week's college killer in oregon. >> catastrophic flooding swamps south carolina. we have video of daring rescues made during the powerful rainstorms. >> philadelphia has lost a local civil rights leader, we'll look back at the life and e and legacy of jeer mondesire. david murphy is off, matt pellman is here with traffic, karen rogers is outside, good morning. >> reporter: it's cold out here, 44 in kennett square and saint
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davids. 52 in the city. 49 in levittown. 49 in browns mills. glassboro. 53 in woodbine and dover, delaware. we're starting with lots of clouds once again, you can see from the satellite image the crowds are starting to break. we'll allow for a brighter day today for a change. we got a few peeks of sunshine late yesterday that trend is continuing, we're staying dry. nonlt less the national weather service has continued the coastal flood advisory along the atlantic and the lower delaware bay. we're seeing minor flooding, the onshore push of wind allowing the water to continue piling up. you'll expect the flooding in the back bays as well as the streets around the area. coastal flooding continues. 51 by 8:00 a.m. 53 lots of clouds and sunshine. noon, 61 sun and clouds,
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3:00 p.m., 66. 6:00 p.m., 65 degrees, matt, temperatures are a little bit on the cool side, but we're working our way in the right direction. >> reporter: i like what you're doing this week. good morning, a little rougher start this morning, it's monday and we had the eagles loss. now a few traffic troubles. broken down week woodhaven road eastbound side, it's on the shoulder, that's good news, penndot is helping out. everything is open. no overnight construction which often jams us up in the early morning hours. once but get on i-95 you'll slow down from cottman to the betsy ross bridge to girard. normal morning volume building on i-95. northbound past academy a broken down vehicle has been cleared out of the way.
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there's an accident at limerick at louis road at the 422 overpass and one in collegeville at second avenue and park avenue and perkiomen boulevard. the ben franklin bridge no web delays, i expect the delays to be back to normal now that everything is open along the parkway. parkway closures gave us extra heavy jams on the westbound ben. we have tidal flooding that karen was talking about a40, 322, the black horse pike right lane is out both ways west of the acx. >> is it real or hallow words, local college campuses are worried about an online threat posted on the site cruised by the organ campus killer. erin o'hern has more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, disturbing anyway you look at
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it. the fbi and law enforcement are alerting campus of the threat out afternoon abundance of caution. the online threat is not specific to any university or school in the area and number two it says some act of violence will occur at 1:00 p.m. central time. >> nobody knows what to think about it. i never heard anything about it before. so like, i don't know what to do. >> reporter: the consensus on campus has been to remain extra vigilant after anonymous threat was posted on 4chan. poster beta rebellion posted the threat. it shows a frog with a gun as nonspecific. but students are conflicted
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about how to respond. >> i have a written exam so i'm forced to go to class. >> i think i'll be alert and wish for the best nothing bad will happen. schools were initially warned of the threat by the atf and the fbi. campuses are working with federal law enforcement and increased police visibility on campus. >> people should be aware of their surrounding and be caution. >> reporter: we should mention many surban schools are alert students and staff including villanova, st. joe's and camden county college and delaware tech community college they are taking the same precautions as the philadelphia school we mentioned earlier. about an hour and a half ago we saw a police officer on a bike waiting for students to board a
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bus. so, again, the security here will be increased today to give staff and students a sense of security and act as a deterrent to anyone wishing harm in the area. erin o'hern channel 6 "action news." >> new this morning, a 36-year-old gunshot victim is recovering at a philadelphia hospital. police say someone opened fire on the man in the 4000 block of north franklin street in hunting park. the victim was shot in the thigh. he is in critical condition. no arrests have been made. >> and we are here at the big board with a look back at the life and legacy of jerry mondesire. the former naacp chapter president has indict at the age of 6 -- died at the age of 65. he served as the head of the naay. p for almost 20 years. he was suspended for misuse of funds. he was publisher of the sunday sun, a community affairs host on
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wdas and founding member of the association of black journalists. the president jerry greg said jerry use the power of the pen and the bull horn to have a voice for those who don't. he was smart, savvy, strong a a principled, what he feels like most -- what he was like most his most passion was for his children. >> the flooding in south carolina, the governor is calling a 1,000 year event. residents are urged to stay off the roads. many cities are under curfew. water companies have issued boil advisories. people in other areas may not
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have drinking water for three to four days. seven weather related deaths have been reported along the east coast. hundreds of people have been rescued from the fast-moving floodwaters. this is new video from from the coast guard getting a mom and her daughter into a helicopter. president obama has declared a state of emergency. >> reporter: down to the south they are dealing with heavy rain once again today. my sister lives in south carolina. officials said stay inside don't go outside. storm tracker 6 live double scan showing we have no issues with rain not just today, but the next several days are looking good for us. let's go outside and see what it looks like right now. sky6 live hd looking live at philadelphia international where we have mostly cloudy skies, we'll see a good amount of sunshine coming through the clouds today. it will be brighter. 51 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint, 42. the winds are stained out of the
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north at 15. we see gusty winds along the coastline, but not here in the city. we have our always on day planner to help you map out what it's like through the day today. satellite and radar showing lots of clouds, but over the past hour we're seeing breaks in the clouds. we'll allow for the sunshine. ers -- here's the area that's causing all the rainfall we have low pressure along the coast that has nothing to do with hurricane joaquin. that's the area of low pressure and the before he is you are difference with the high pushing in. we're dealing with breezy conditions and coastal flooding at the shore. the advisory extends until 7:00 p.m. we're dealing with coastal flooding you have to be careful there if you're there. we expect it to impact some of the roads along the coast, as well. 65 degrees with the high, dry at the shore, sunshine and clouds, gusty winds down there. in the lehigh valley, breezy,
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partly sunny skies, 67 degrees for the high there. 67 in the city, as well. 8:00 a.m., 53. 11:00, 58 clouds and sunshine. 2:00 p.m., 65 and 5:00 p.m., 66 coming down from the high. tomorrow the low stays to the south. we get another area of high pressure 've mooing in we get -- moving in. we got a milder afternoon. we can see hurricane joaquin off the coast at this point. winds sustained at 85 miles per hour. the models have it pushing out to sea that's not impacting us. let's look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, some sunshine and breezy, 67 degrees. its a bit warmer and 73 degrees. wednesday it's nice and sunny. that's the best day of the week. 75 degrees, thursday not as warm and 70. friday you get just a few showers and 71 degrees. saturday clouds to sunshine. 68, so saturday afternoon is a
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better day. sunday it's rather cool, but nice, 66 degrees, just feeling autumnal. >> nice fall weather. >> spotted at sea there's clueses of the location of the ship that vanished during hurricane joaquin. >> pope francis clarifies the church's stance on marriage. >> reporter: 422 eastbound backing up from oaks to 23, just normal morning volume. looks like it will be a nice sunrise with a few clouds. we'll check on the schuylkill expressway coming up when "action news" continues on this monday morning.
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live look down the shore into atlantic city. 6:44, 51 degrees, getting up to 67 later in the day. >> starting a backup, matt, not a pretty picture behind you. >> reporter: today is world teacher day we're celebrating our teachers, i have lots of friends who are teachers. i think some of my old teachers in lancaster county watch the morning show sometimes. which makes me feel good i don't feel as old knowing the teachers are watching. there's a backup on the boulevard into gladwyn and eastbound toward the curve and the boulevard into girard avenue. bedminster bucks county closing
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113 it's already shut starts at 6:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. stick with elephant or ridge roads. crash in upper hanover john freeways highway. things good on the northeast extension. an accident on the louis road and collegeville second road close to the wawa. more construction coming to new castle county 202, the concord pike. white horse pike downtown boulevard got a new traffic pattern over the weekend. >> two coast guard cutters searched through the night for any sign of the cargo ship that vanished in rough seas from hurricane joaquin on tuesday. crews recovered a life ring bearing the name of the ship el faro. they found a debris field.
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28 americans are on board el faro. the ship's owner said it has two certified life boats. pope francis confirmed his support for traditional marriage. he referred to genesis. gay rights activists are appealing for more inclusiveness in the church. he took after the bishops telling them to be more merciful and accepting making a place for families experiencing separation and divorce and other problems that meant being left out of certain rights. a shark that gashed a teenage boy's hand in florida. the boy punched the shark to break free. the boy wassest testing a surf board on new smyrna beach. his friend described the horrifying encounter. >> he was paddling in, i
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thought he was coming to get us and stuff, and then his hands was all red. he was screaming for help. >> there have been ten shark attacks this year in the same florida county. >> 6:47 a live preview of "g.m.a." is next. the jersey shore's giant wooden elephant is in need of what you might call a trunk lift. we'll complain. >> reporter: i love will you wiu say -- we'll explain. >> reporter: i love lucy. if you're dressing the kids, my husband at home, make sure the kids are wearing a jacket. please for the love of god your mother is a meteorologist. details on the the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast next.
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to know to keep you an your family safe. shaquille o'neill joins us live taking on a new role of children's author, you don't want to miss it only on "g.m.a." >> what do you mean, tom. shiny new workweek, same old delays. delco, northbound side backing up from 322 to the commodor barry bridge. watch out for construction new albany road restrictions 8 to 3:00 p.m. mass transit is on time. midday shuttle busing starts today on the lansdale doylestown line between colemar and doylestown you'll be on the buses. karen. >> reporter: you might want to grab that jacket as you head out on the bus. 42 in tanersville, 45 in martins creek.
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quakertown, 42. 51 degrees in center city. the suburbs of new jersey, the upper 40s in browns mills and hammonton. glassboro rowan university. 53 in delaware. looking at the forecast. sunshine, breezy, 67 for the high today. it's a bit warmer tomorrow. 73 it's better. wednesday i think that's the pick of the week. nice and sunny, 75 feeling just right, go pumpkin picking. thursday, not as warm, 70. a few showers on friday. >> lucy, the jersey shore iconic landslide mark needs work done. it needs to have the crumbling wood replaced and needs a new coat of paint from it's head to its multicolored toe nails. the small group that maintains lucy is trying to raise money for the trunk lift. >> some people are calling
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baseball losing streak the taylor swift curse. farns blame her -- fans blame her for the fall of the washington nationals and san diego padres. she performed in town just about as the blue jays performed there. fans hope this curse is just a myth.
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about an online message threatening violence at an area philadelphia college campus today. students have been told extra police will be deployed to protect them. >> reporter: not a bad day on the roads, but i-95 southbound 13 minutes should be ideal southbound. expect delays coming out of the berks county. >> reporter: we have an update on our temperatures, 46 in allentown. 352 in millville. grab that jacket, breezy, as well. 67 is the high. you know what, it will be brighter, sunshine and clouds, no rain, it's a step up, right? >> yeah it is. all right, that's it for us, of
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course, we'll be back shortly to give you the latest weather, traffic and breaking news. for matt pellman, matt o'donnell, david murphy, nydia han, karen rogers, everybody, i'm tamala edwards. make it a great week!
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good morning, america. the flood of a lifetime. >> there he goes. >> an epic storm hammers the east coast. the governor of south carolina calls it a once in a 1,000-year event. fast moving waters washing cars away. entire neighborhoods underwater. roads destroyed. >> everything. my car. my pictures. >> the military mobilized. the coast guard rescues families from rooftops. the water still rising. we have live team coverage. new this morning. hillary's big announcement. set to make headlines on gun control today. will her star turn on "saturday night live" liven up her poll numbers. the young woman who survived the oregon college


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