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>> europe remains on alert bracing for another possible terror attack by the islamic state. extra security is in place for the philadelphia marathon. officials stress there is no known credible threat against the city. good morning, 6:00 november 22. >> let's check in with karen rogers, it is pormt because we had thousands of people out there. >> reporter: we have a lot of time clouds out there this
morning, we're in the 50s right now. the air temperature in philadelphia is close to the normal high. it's 6:00 a.m. it's a mild start, 52 for philadelphia. colder to the northwest as a cold front is in the process of pushing through, so it's knocking on the door, as you can see it has not made it into the city just yet. still cool across western suburbs and mild across south jersey and delaware. clouds throughout the entire area, huge snowstorm for the great lakes and the ohio valley that has pushed into a canada. one hiccup to the forecast is a wave of low pressure across the southerly line that has -- across the carolinas has developed. clouds will fight the sun throughout the day, but the jersey shore will see rain later on. 48 degrees mostly cloudy skies.
11:00, the temperatures holding steady. 50. 2:00 p.m., 50 degrees, combination 6 sun and clouds, 5:00 a.m. we'll see the numbers dropping again, 46 degrees shootings for a high of 52. when i come back in just a few minutes we'll talk about the rain threat for the jersey shore, a big cool down for tomorrow and huge warmup in time for the holidays. guys. >> once again, the philadelphia marathon goes on this morning with security rambled up in response to terrorism. >> it was 2013 horror hit the boston marathon. philadelphia police and federal officials are working hand-in-hand on the scene and behind the scene. >> a massive security check is underway. the benjamin franklin parkway and many connecting roads are shut down. to be clear, the city is not aware of any credible threat against the marathon or philadelphia. we'll bring you a live report at 7:00 a.m. on the marathon and
the security precautions. you can find a list of the closures and detours at 6abc.com. now, to brussels belgium the residence are in the second day of the highest threat level as the hundred continues for the man missing from the attack on paris. subways are closed and officials are urging all large activities in public be canceled. that includes the closing of malice and other commercial centers. president obama said efforts to defeat isis must include airstrikes and intelligence, but a reallyization that we do not have to be aphrase. >> the most powerful tool we have to fight isil stos -- is to say we're not afraid, they are a bunch of killers. there have been people throughout human history who can
find an excuse to kill people, because they don't think thriek them or look like them. and we fight them. and we beat them. >> the president pressed russian president vladimir putin to join the u.s. coalition to fight isis. "good morning america" weekend will have more on this ahead at 8:00 a.m. on "action news." >> new this morning, a dispute inside a car ended in tragedy on 495 in newport, delaware. police say a man and woman were arguing in a car during the disagreement. the woman jumped out of the moving car. she was hit by another car. she was pronounced dead at the hospital. both vehicles stopped 495 was closed for the investigation. it has reopened. new information came in overnight on a deadly accident on the boulevard. a car split in half.
the 19-year-old man driving was thrown organ the road and killed. overnight police say the car was traveling at a high speed weaving in and out of traffic. the driver tried to make a control and lost control and pit a pole. a third car in the southbound lanes was involved. the drivers of the other cars suffered minor injuries. the eagles play tampa at the linc. the birds can end the day in a tie for first place, a loss would put them in serious jeopardy of missing the playoffs altogether. mark sanchez gets to start in place of injured bradford. he set team record for percentages. >> you have to force yourself to play, you have to take the
reps mentally you have to make the most of them. >> adding to the pressure, the buccaneers are tied with the eagles in the overall nfc playoff pictures. the eagles and their fans have a terrible memory of the buccaneers, the eagles beat them in the nfc title game. our sports team and birds linebacker, brandon graham breakdown the key plays in today's game. >> the 6abc dunkin' donuts thanksgiving day parade is almost here. scouts are doing their part, trish hartman has more. >> reporter: for the members of the cub scout pack of 243 in ardmore picking up the bags of donated food from front porches
is a scavenger hunt for a good cause. they picked up the nonperishables and loaded them into a truck. >> helping the 6abc holiday food drive. >> it's something we all should do, we give back, you bring your young kids up to do such a thing it's a good thing. >> it's good to give back to others and be grateful for what you have. >> reporter: last year, 83,000 meals were collected. the scouts with troop 147 have been doing this for years. they spent the day sorting donations at the evangelical lutheran church for trinity.
>> i meant makes you feel good about yourself and you're able to help other people. >> the food drive isn't over yet, the collections continue during the thanksgiving day parade. you can donate online through the end of the year at 6abc.com. reporting in south philadelphia, trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> there's a lot of time and a lot of ways to help. >> a taste of winter-like weather is hitting the midwest. >> more than a foot of snow has wound up in spots, and that's not one of the only problems. a neighborhood in philadelphia comes together to help a local his or her. what dozens of volunteers did for a veteran in need. >> reporter: eva, quick changes in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, we'll have the marathon and eagles forecast coming up. colder temperatures ahead, temperatures in the 20s and it warms up just in time for turkey day, i'll have all the details
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a large tree fell into the front of the house. >> it was loud, kind of jumped out of bed, i was just surprised by everything that was going on, had to call 911, because the power lines went into the street. it was crazy. >> parts of iowa, illinois and wisconsin could see temperatures dip to zero today. fortunately that's not happening here, especially with the philadelphia marathon happening. >> reporter: we have another four letter word mild. >> i'll take that. >> reporter: let's get you outside and show you what's goes on. no snow in the forecast for us. we have cold air associated with the same system that will charge through later this afternoon and tonight and tomorrow. right now it is nice and mild out there, all the runner should have a very enjoyable run out there this morning. there's the view at the philadelphia international airport. double scan live, crystal clear we are tracking the possibility
of a few showers for parts of the area, but most inland locations are going to stay dry throughout the day. 52 degrees right now in philadelphia. that's just two degrees shy of our normal high for this time of the year. dpoint, -- dewpoint, 40. winds out of the west at 14 miles per hour. the cold front is knocking on the door, we'll see the numbers decease throughout the day. probabliment warmest readings will occur in the next couple of hours. winds pick up in the wake of the front. philadelphia, 14, reading, 17. allentown, 5 miles per hour. here's satellite and radar, we'll keep the clouds pretty much locked in place until we get the front through. once the front crosses the far west and northern suburbs will
see clearing. southern new jersey and delaware will be locked in throughout the day. because of the cluster of moisture that developed over the last couple of hours, this will pull north. let's call it an area of low pressure. it will skirt the jersey shore. from this area here to that point east. inland locations, philadelphia clouds and sun, you go west of there, it's full sunshine. places like pilots, reading, allentown, lancaster, later this afternoon. it will be quite a change here from a western suburbs to the jersey shore, it's a small area that can make a huge difference in the forecast. there's the front pushing through, a little bit light rain for the jersey shore, western suburbs, clouds breaking for sun. monday, full sunshine, breezy, winds out of the northwest at are 15 miles per hour. it's a chilly day the colder high working its way in. we'll see high temperatures stuck in the 40s.
2:00, rain for the jersey shore, cloudy for philadelphia, clouds starting to break for sunshine across the western suburbs as we continue to run this thing through, 5:00, the rain is done, it's mainly cloudy down the shore, everybody clears out later this evening. overnight tonight, the temperatures drop off we get clear skies and the colder readings settling in from canada. lehigh valley, 48 degrees, the windchills in the upper 30s, low 40s, brisk out there. jersey shore, cloudy, periods of rain, 50 degrees is the forecasted high. you're at 54 degrees right now. the numbers will drop off slightly by afternoon. philadelphia, 52, clouds to sun, breezy. winds out of the northwest at 15 to 25 miles per hour. there could be higher gusts out there, overnight tonight, clear skies brisk and colder, 25 degrees outlying suburbs, 33 in center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, got a nice
little warmup heading this way. brisk and chilly monday, 45 degrees, tuesday, 52. wednesday, 56. thanksgiving, sun and clouds, boy you can't beat that, right? 64. black friday warm and sun, 65. wele cool it down next saturday, cloudy and showers, 56 degrees. >> nydia? >> chriss thank you, someone is a huge is a -- soprano fan. it was sold at auction at $120,000. it was seen in the show's final season. it bears the signature of the late star james gandolfini he died in 2013.
>> in chicago through the falling snow you can see the flames after a fire broke out halfway up one of the city's tallest sky scrapers. the blaze happened on the 50th floor of the hancock center yesterday. some people escaped by using the stairs. all 50 flights. several residents say alarms never went off. the blaze appears to be accidental. the iconic 99 floor hancock build was completed in 1970. >> the alter and pulpit used by
saint france has a permanent home moved to orland montgomery county. the pastor said he knew the alter had to go somewhere, he work with the archdiocese to get it to hole martyrs. christmas village celebrated a grand opening in love park. the first time it opened before thanksgiving. a war ven from philadelphia -- veteran from philadelphia can enjoy his backyard again. they built a new deck complete with a ramp to make it wheelchair accessible. he is not too keen on asking for help. >> filled have had two good
top of norfolk it will push off to the northeast 20 to 25 miles per hour. i realize that kind of blends in nicely, you can't see it, we'll use red here. from that line, areas east you'll see rain later this afternoon. from hammonton, points east between lunchtime and 2:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. you'll pick up a small window, a period of rain, everybody else will stay dry. clouds and sun, 52 degrees, breezy. winds out of the northwest at 15 to 25 miles per hour. 8:00, 48 degrees, 11:00 p.m., sun and clouds, for philadelphia, 50 degrees. 2:00 p.m., jersey shore getting wet. 5:00 p.m., 46. we'll see the clouds departing. cold front coming through, they are sitting in the teens in chi town, that pushes east in the next 24 to 48 hours.
>> jeff skeverski has more on the nfc fight in sports. >> reporter: let's be honest the eagles don't look like a playoff team, but that could change this afternoon at home against tampa bay. if the eagles win and the redskins lose they will be tied for first place. talk about a must-win today. >> we have to win this game, that's the most parent game, the way we lost it was sickening. >> we've had three losses, 6 points, we got all the confidence that we are a good team. we have to approve it on sunday against tampa bay. >> reporter: it will start with mark sanchez under center. >> the sixers have not won in 9 months they lost 24 straight dating back to last march,
sixers coming oh, so close to winning number one. nerlens noel what a move off the steel. he on the second, okafor sixers up 15 at the half. they have not blown a lead this big in year. they go, 7 minutes without a field goal. here comes miami, late 4. under 3, ties it at 89. 52 seconds left sixers lost 96-91. they go 0-14, had they lost 24 in a row. the flyers have the fewest goals in the nhl. shut out in back-to-back games. ugly on the road.
ottawa, their scoreless streak continues. this hurts, too, less than a minute later, the on ottawa beas steve mason, flyers lost 4-0. they have dropped 11 of the last 13 games. >> college football after allowing ten touchdowns in the previous two games, temple kept one of the highest scoring teams out of the end zone. cherry and white fight back, get in there! owls out in front it stays that way, 4th quarter they put it away, pj walker breaks the school record for the most touchdown passes. if they win their finale against cue could have been they win the division, penn state sphel at
home to ranked michigan. that's sports i'm jeff skeverski have a good day. >> oxford dictionary has taken the word of the year and it isn't a word at all, it's a laughing emoji. the face of tears is used as lol. the sign of the times and future of digital communication. >> if oxford dictionary says it must be true. >> what does it mean we don't use words to communicate. [laughter]. >> we have more just ahead. we'll be right back. >> we are learning more this
morning about what the mali hotel terrorists waited for before attacking. some of the welcome accusing of -- women accusing bill cosby of sexual assault are making new revelations. 6:30, the marathon starts in half an hour, meteorologist chris sowers has accuweather. >> reporter: they probably can getaway with wearing a short sleeved t-shirt today. it's nice and mild out there. let's get you outside and show you what's going on. cloud cover from last night kept the temperatures nice and mild.
we were expecting the lows to drop into the low to mid 40s, but we plateaued around the 50-degree mark. 52 in philadelphia. cooler to the northwest, front in the process of pushing through there. allentown, 39. reading, 45. lancaster, 43. 50 for south jersey and delaware, which is anywhere from ten to as much as 19 degrees warmer than this time yesterday. you can see the cloud cover helping the numbers out here across the large viewing area. double scan live later this afternoon, what's going to happen, cloud cover stays in place. we'll see the small wave of low pressure ride the front as the front sweeps through. that means there could be a period of rain for the jersey shore between lunchtime and 3:00. philadelphia staying cloudy northwestern suburbs breaking
clouds to sunshine. 8:00 a.m., clouds and sun, temperatures steady holding at 50. 2:00 p.m., 52 degrees. 5:00 p.m., 46 degrees coming down from a high of 52. from this line east you'll see wet weather, from dennisville to mays landing east of hammonton, from that line east expect showers, everybody west of the line, you'll be dry for the majority of the afternoon. when i come back we'll talk about the big warmup in time for thanksgiving. >> happening today, runners sweating it out in the philadelphia marathon. the 26.2-mile course will be surrounded by increased security, that's in reaction to the paris terror attacks not any known threats here at home. fueling up for the marathon means having a good meal. jeff chirico has more on that. >> they are serving up and
chowing down at 1th and filbert, the restaurant packed with runners fueling up before the big race. >> i ordered the classic, spa it gety and patty balls. 30 thousands are expected to run the marathon, 60,000 more to cheer them on. >> i heard it's a great course. >> reporter: this man can testify to that, he and friends are celebrating his 70th marathon days before his 70th birthday. >> i started in 2002 and i run all the states in the country. >> reporter: security along the route is expected to be tight. >> for security, runners will be given clear plastic bags. some runners say in the wake of the paris attacks security is a concern. >> i'm still going to run, i'm not going to let that impede my
progress. >> reporter: for now, are there thoughts are on the finish line and their major accomplishments. >> i lost 100 pounds in over a year this is my one year anniversary of running. >> i expect to cross the finish line with a smile. >> reporter: there will be lots of road closures this morning as the marathon begins for a complete list of the closure check out 6abc.com. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> president obama speaking in malaysia this morning about the strengthening of the terror crackdown. the president urged world leaders as you put it not be cowed by violence. >> reporter: brussels is on high alert today heavily armed guards patrol the streets. >> if somebody is here, this might be a bit of deterrence.
soccer matches are canceled, raising the terror threat to its highest. the government has information on a possible attack on multiple locations. >> it is a serious and immanent threat otherwise our center for threats would not have qualified the situation on four on a scale of four. >> reporter: belgium is at the center of the investigation for the attacks in paris. the man wanted for the attack comes from a neighbor known for extremists. it is believed he is hiding out in brussels. he made it acrossed botherrer
with his two friends they were pulled over and not detained. authorities have detained those men and indicted them on terrorism charges. the attack in mali, the islamic extremists timed the assault at the moment the guards would be at the their most vulnerable. the past the guards and killed 19 people. police are investigating a stabbing of three people. two people suffered serious injuries, one was treated for minor injuries. so far there's no word on what led to the stabbings in norristown. >> several of more than 50 women who accused bill cosby of
sexual assault protested at his hollywood walk of fame star. many. women said the comedian attacked them decades ago. cosby has denied the allegations and has not been charged with a crime. delaware state police are investigating a crash that ended with a van landing in a retention pond at 5:30 in christiana road in newark, the 84-year-old driver of the van lost control of the van and landed inside the retention pond. the driver was taken to the hospital. meter up app will remind you when your time is running out. it will give you the option of paying for more time if you need it. extending beyond the two hour limit means you pay double the first rate. >> $3 an hour to start.
second and third hours are going to be $6 an hour. >> all right, the app is up and running in four pilot zones they are bound by 4th and 20th street and afternoon and locust and spring garden to race street. the torresdale train station is another zone. call is 844-meter up. follow the problems to pay for the text messages. i'm all for that. >> you always forget. you can't get out there fast enough. >> there's much more to come on "action news" sunday morning. philly pops are about to put on the christmas spectacular. roj rom has a preview in 6abc loves the arts. >> two local schools are embracing smart phone use in the classroom. erin o'hern looks at how that changes helping students. 6abc is looking live over
nice quiet weather for the runners, the question is what will it look like for turkey day? >> reporter: just the opposite of what you just said. let's go you outside and show you what's going on. there's the view from the temple university camera. we have a cold shot that will swing through in the next 24 to 48 hours, a huge warmup is in store in the seven-day forecast. you'll like the numbers. double scan live, we have clouds upstairs, but there's no precipitation falling from the clouds as of yet. the jersey shore this area right here, it will hug the coast. that little strip right there could see rain. everybody else is looking at clouds and sunshine from time to time. 52 degrees that where we are sitting is where we are going to stay. our low is 50 degrees, well above the seasonal low of 37. 49 in allentown. the cold front is in the process of pushing through the western suburbs. it hadn't cleared the city just
yet, but over the next few hours it will. all these numbers will slowly drop off during the course of the day. millville, 50. 54 in sea isle city. trenton, 51. dover, mild, 51 degrees. everyone seeing a good breeze out of the west/northwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. if there's any issues for the runner this morning it will be this. the winds will continue anywhere from ten to 20 miles per hour throughout the day. that could play into the kicking game for the eagles, buccaneers game later this afternoon, as well. you could see gusts up to 20 to 25 miles per hour. you'll see how that plays out later on. satellite and radar, a lot of clouds in place up and down the are entire eastern seaboard. cold front in the process of pushing through. there's the front right there, you can clearly see it. rains and snow to the north, another batch of rain to the south, across the virginias and the carolinas, a small area of low pressure that will ride the front and pull north over the
next 5 to 7 hours. it will bring a period of wet weather to the jersey shore. everybody else will stay dry. lunchtime it's raining for the shorepoints, wildwood, avalon, cape may, atlantic city getting a little wet. interior sections of south jersey, it's cloudy and areas west of philadelphia. you're probably seeing full sunshine, so, again, a large difference in just a small area. reading, 45. philadelphia, note the numbers slowly dropping 48 degrees, the shorepoints hovering close to 50. 5:00 p.m., raining for the jersey shore. now we're seeing a combination of sun and clouds across the western suburbs. all this pushes out and we'll see the skies clear out overnight tonight. first thing tomorrow morning, the numbers drop off. i have a feeling a lot of numbers out here will be in the up upper 20s as opposed to the 30-degree mark. you factor in the winds, the windchills will feel like 25 for
allentown, 22 lancaster, 26 in philadelphia. 24 in millville. so forecast for today if you're heading to lincoln financial field eagles taking on the buccaneers 1:00 p.m. starting point time, expect clouds, sunny breaks, winds out of the west/northwest at 12 to 20 miles per hour. kickoff temperature 50 degrees by the 4th quarter we're down to 48. everybody else will see the numbers decease, allentown, 48 degrees. low 50s south and east, breezy clouds and sun, western suburbs. south jersey, rain. pine barrens, millville, vinyl vineland, upper 20s and cape may, 45. monday is chilly and brisk. 45 degrees, windchills in the upper 30s and low 40s.
tuesday, sunny and cool, 5 2r. wednesday, thursday and friday, look at this warmup, 56 degrees, thursday, thanksgiving day, 64. friday, 65 before we cool it back down next weekend. the timing is perfect. travel day looks good, turkey day looks good. we all look good. >> thank you chris. you can find the seven-day forecast and a live look at storm tracker 6 live double scan radar head to 6abc.com/weather. >> it's one of the biggest nights in the music industry, the american music awards are tonight and you can see it only right here on 6abc. alanis will do her hit sung. justin bieber will close out the show with his hit. you can see it on 6abc beginning
this weekend marks a full year since a man was found dead in an apartment complex in delaware county. his family and friends say now is the time for justice. here's rick williams with this morning's crime fighter's report. >> he was a great great reliable guy, he was a proud guy to be a marine. he wouldn't let you down. >> reporter: stephen miller has
high prize martin, miller paid him for the week's work and the two went their separate ways. >> following morning i called mike and mike never answered his phone. >> reporter: authorities say he went to the rams head bar in clifton heights delaware county the night of the 21st and hadn't been seen since. officials searched for days, on december 2 his body was found in the back of his truck. he died from blunt-force trauma to the chest. citizens crime commission is administering a 1,500-dollar reward for information call 215-546-tips. >> i want justice. >> even though they were divorced donna said she is
speaking out for her twin dawrls who miss their -- daughters who miss their father. >> i'm trying to find closure for them. that's what i am doing. >> many people are going hungry this holiday season, but more than 500 families will enjoy a good meal. attorneys packed and handed out all the fixings. each family got a ten to 15-pound turkey, canned vegetables and stuffing and rolls. a bride dumped a week before her wedding, she decided the best way to move on was to destroy her wedding dress. she was convinced to do a color run. she ran the race wearing her wedding dress. >> i did it for me, i did it to
benjamin franklin parkway live, the marathon is being held 9 days after the paris attack. city officials and federal officials are prepared with a security plan. all cars have been removed from the race route. folks are already at the starting line. we'll bring you that live. two montgomery county schools are allowing students to use cell phones in class. they are opening up the tech wave as a tool for education. erin o'hern takes a closer look. >> reporter: it wasn't so many years ago cell phones were forbidden in classrooms seen as a distraction to learning. they are changing the rules and how they can be utilized to enhance learning. >> cell phones were like the boogieman. you do not bring anything in the classroom.
>> reporter: computer labs seen as part of the curriculum for decades. the idea of having technology in an isolated environment is antiquated. we visited two schools, germantown academy and hat borough horsham high school to see how they are evolving. germantown academy has integrated a citizenship program teaching students from responsible social media use and copy right and fair use. >> whether it is you and i engage in a conversation face-to-face or in text over our phones. >> can i look up a word on my iphone, 6 years ago i would have said get the dictionary. >> reporter: at hatboro horsham the prospective on smart phones in the class and hallway changed
6 years ago. instead of forbidding smart phones teachers got creative. >> most importantly how to use it respect. ly. >> reporter: even the germantown academy library this summer the school donated thousands of books to make room for an innovation center. >> to have a human being be able to to say what are you finding there, let's consider it's prospective and credibility. >> it's more of an advantage. >> reporter: in this senior science class students use their smart phones to take pictures of a typical lab dissection they post-it to twitter and web page to be shared around the school and around the country. >> it's using something that fails it, they all have them. they came out of the womb with
this attached to their hands, we might as well put it to use. >> schools are using social media like twitter to communicate with teachers and parents about snow days and announcements. administrators say by not integrating the smart phones into the classroom everyday they are not preparing this generation for the real world. erin o'hern channel 6 "action news." pouring through the front door. and the four-letter word that defined the season was l-o-v-e and not s-a-l-e. what if the only reason to wake up at 3 a.m. was to spot a reindeer in the sky? and coupons were only used to redeem one more kiss? that's the world t.j.maxx, marshalls and homegoods stores live in. where there's no need for sales
this season bring back the holidays bracing for another possible terror attack by the islamic state. here at home, extra security is in place for the philadelphia marathon. officials stress there is no known credible threat against the city, however. 7:00, sunday morning, trish hartman is on the parkway for the philadelphia marathon. chris sowers outside with the forecast for the marathon, the eagles game or whatever you have planned outside. let's start with trish, trish we understand things are a little behind schedule because of the extra security this morning. >> reporter: that's right, we're hearing there are long lines to get into this area. we're here at the start/finish line at the base of eakens oval. anyone who enters the secure zone has screened and searched. it is 7:00 a.m. right now, you can see the wheelchairs are lining up, now the wheelchair athletes and the hand