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targetedded this subway trolley. many are waking up to soggy sunday, more rain is moving in this weekend. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, with meteorologist chris sowers. good afternoon to you, nydia, all i have to say is thanks goodness i put the christmas lights up, it's way too cold out here today. temperatures a huge change in the numbers in the past. yesterday at this time we were in the low 60s and now the mid 40s. 45 in allentown. philadelphia, 45. wilmington, 44. millville and dover, 450 degrees, we climbed two degrees in the last couple of hours, a cold front swept through, winds are out of the north. we have cloud cover this time of the year that spells trouble in the matter temperatures it's hard to get the numbers to climb with whef those kind of conditions. 24 hours temple change, 22 degrees colder in dover. 11 in allentown and 14 in
philadelphia that's not factoring in the wind. it's not too much of a breeze, but it is blowing out of the north at 5 to 10 miles per hour. that puts windchills down in the upper 30s across the areas. satellite and radar, positive note we're starting to see the sun peek through across the lehigh valley and the poconos. the cloud line is philadelphia as i look over city avenue i see nothing but bright blue skies, east toward new jersey, it's gray and gloomy, we are expecting mostly sunny skies before the day is threw, 1:00 p.m. appear optimistic 50 degrees we're hopefully 3:00 p.m., sun and clouds, temperatures around 50. overnight tonight we clear out, but the temperatures plummet again. when i come back we'll see how long the cold weather lasts and the rain chances in the seven-day forecast. >> breaking news out of west philadelphia. a car and fire truck collide
injuring a number of firefighters. you're looking live at the scene on the 5400 block of baltimore avenue. take a look at this, you can see the truck underneath the fire truck right there. the accident happened after 10:00 a.m. you can see that the road is taped off there, there are number of people on the scene. details are sketchy, here's what we know so far. five firefighters suffered minor injuries. we have viewer pictures we want to show you, there's no word on what caused the crash stay with "action news" and 6abc.com for the latest developments as we show you the viewers pictures this one on twitter. we have a few more we want to show you, again, this is happening in west philadelphia, a car and fire truck collided injuring at least five firefighters they suffered minor injuries. we'll stay on this and bring you more details in just a little bit. >> we have breaking news from bear, delaware, the action cam was at the scene of southbound route 1 in the area of red lion
road. a number of vehicles plowed into each other, and ended up crooning off the road and into the. into the ditch. the collision one and injured five others. police are investigating. if you're heading home from the long holiday weekend you're not alone, today is one of the busiest travel days of the year. john rawlins is talking to travelsers at philadelphia international airport with a busy day, john. >> reporter: hi, guys, it's an expectation it will be a busy day. the numbers are starting to build. these security area serving terminal d and e. twice the number of people here than when we talked to you about two hours ago. hugs and tearful goodbyes at the departure drop off. lauren heading back to tucson.
>> we came to see my brother and two sisters. >> reporter: some say this will be the busiest travel day of the holiday. 27% of those who fly will fly day. wait times for security varied some lanes were lms -- will the. the screening k-9 was spotted. the push in flights will continue later. alexis sills smith is traveling to indianapolis. >> hopefully i get home safe and sound, it's raining there right now. travelers who departed from western cities last night. greg left -- >> phoenix at 12 midnight. >> reporter: so you took the red eye in. >> we flew into detroit and connected to philadelphia. >> reporter: so far passengers telling us traveling today is
busy, but uneventful. >> i was flying out of jacksonville, florida. >> reporter: how was security? was it longer and more complicated? >> no, not at all. >> reporter: an easy trip. >> easy trip. >> reporter: the expectation is big crowds here, the numbers will build as the day progresses. if you're flying out of philadelphia. you might want to follow the advice of tsa and the airlines get here two hours before your scheduled departure. there will be a lot of people flying with you. john rawlins channel 6 "action news." >> good advice, john. >> police in western pennsylvania have arrested a man accused ever killing a police officer overnight. 31-year-old ray shelter junior is behind bars, police arrested him after a 6 hour manhunt. he shot and killed saint clair township officer lloyd reid. he responded to a domestic call
of a woman being assaulted. shelter is being treated for a gunshot wound to the right shoulder. a lehigh crash in north jersey -- a crash in north jersey has killed three people in north jersey. a pickup truck hauling cows collided with a track and a van. three cows died. police are trying to determine the cause of the accident. we've been working to figure out whether someone deliberately threw something at a septa trolley cracking its windshield. the incident happened at 41st and girard avenue. there were 6 passengers on board when something hit and cracked the windshield. nobody was hurt. but philadelphia and septa police are investigating. now to the latest on the deadly attack on a colorado planned parenthood we're learning about the suspect. his past his political views and
his alleged motive. abc clayton zandell is in colorado springs with more. >> reporter: after the deadly friday shootout with police and alleged gunman robert dear, police and federal agents, guns drawn searched his remote mobile home 90 minutes colorado springs where dear and a woman kept to themselves. >> we got some antiobama pamphlets it's kind of weird in 3 minutes of meeting someone. >> reporter: this runed down north carolina cabin where he live without running water or electricity. after the fire fight and standoff law enforcement sources say dear made hostile comments
about planned parenthood. it happened at the planned parenthood center. >> reporter: what does that tell you? >> my suspicion are that has a lot to do with the moment. >> reporter: u.s. attorney general loretta lynch said it's a crime against women receiving healthcare. he was opposed to safe and legal abortions. overnight one of his alleged victims garrett swasey a university of colorado police officer was honored in a campus service. >> garrett would tell you tonight, that forgiveness needs to be extended to him. >> two more people killed have not been identified. 9 others wounded but expected to recover. >> we're resilient and do it right, we'll support the victims and their families. clayton zandell abc news. swasey was a figure skater
who trained with nancy kerrigan. she called him a true friend and said he was positive about everything. >> garrett listened to me, i had something i was upset about, always sort of putting somebody else ahead of himself and always wanting to help. >> there's much more to come on "action news" for sunday afternoon. in "healthcheck" we're talking about germs, they are everywhere, a few simple things that can reduce getting sick. >> is black friday appeal losing it'sl? we'll have more when "action
>> reporter: the quooz we're -- good news, we're clearing. the rain is pulling away, skies are brightening up, as we look outside from our temple university camera, there we go, you can see the skies are brighten up a little bit and the clouds are beginning to thin out. south and east, the clouds are holding on tough. we have leftover showers as we flip over to double scan live. most of the this is long gone at this point. you can see a few specs of green across cumberland county and the northern portions of the delaware bay region stretch e stretching west through new castle county. everybody is clearing and we're seeing the sun north and west of
philadelphia. it's chilly, 45 degrees is the present temperature reading, at the same time yesterday we were at 62, a huge change in the numbers. dewpoint, 35. wind out of north at 10 miles per hour that's giving philadelphia a windchill of 40. allentown, 45. philadelphia, the same, 42 in the poconos. reading, 45. lancaster, a bluster 43. wilmington, 44. trenton, 44 with a willful -- windchill of 40. feels like 41 in millville. satellite and radar, there's the frontal system as it continues on its journey to the south. there's the cloud line right there. north of the pennsylvania turnpike you're seeing sunshine at this point. poconos, lehigh valley all that continues to drift to the south. but what's happening is, as we're clearing here all the moisture is reloading across the heartland of the nation. this is another area of low pressure that will split into
two. one comes out of the front range. this will charge to the north an east. this will produce snow for the high plains and this will bring wet weather into the delaware valley as we get into tuesday and wednesday. the good news is we're not seeing any delays across the mid atlantic or the northeast or elsewhere across the country for that matter. a lot of moisture, dallas looks like you have a half-hour delay. most of the activities in between the major hubs, some of the football games could be interesting. freezing rain in kansas, rain in tennessee. possible snowstorm in denver. a lot of interesting football weather on the table today. back home in the delaware valley future tracker 63:00 p.m., showing the cloud line pushing to the south. overnight tonight clear, increasing clouds as we head into monday. monday is not a bad day, it's a little chilly, we hold off the moisture until monday night that sets up a gray and gloomy tuesday and wednesday. periods of rain.
for the remainder. afternoon, mostly sun in the lehigh valley, cooler, 51 degrees i think i'm being optimistic with that, though, hanging out in the upper 40s, 43, 44. jersey shore, showers over the next couple of hours, otherwise dry, 49 degrees is the forecasted high in atlantic city. philadelphia, 351, probably more like the upper 40s, sun and clouds, cooler out there. yesterday's high, 62678 a far cry from that -- yesterday's, 62, a far cry from that. increasing clouds monday, another chilly day, 50 degrees, that's seasonable for this time of the year, though, we're coming off three straight days of 60. you'll notice the change. tuesday and wednesday, mild again, 57 and 59. rain both days, periods of rain and then we clear out by the end of the week. everything looks good. >> the holiday season is full
swing that means it's time for the philadelphia's orchestra christmas messiah. karen rogers has more in 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: it's a long-standing celebration since its founding more than a industry ago philadelphia orchestra has the performance of the messiah. it packs the house. >> it's quite a spectacle. the audience knows so much of it, the halleluiah chorus is something that everybody recognizes. for those who come year after year this year marks something different. >> our music director loves doing this, so this is the first time that the philadelphia orchestra will be performing the messiah with him, i think it will be very special. >> reporter: the orchestra has
well over 100 musicians. this concert will be along the lines of a chamber ensemble. fewer numbers of violins and cellos and each voice very clear and exposed. it's kind of like a bunch of sole-- soloists getting together. it's truly one of the highlights of the concert season for me. we have people who come every year, we have tourists, people who travel from out of town just to see the performance. it's a highlight of the holiday season. >> reporter: the philadelphia orchestra performs the messiah december 11 through the 1 in the kimmel center verizon hall. go to arts in physical.org or 6abc.com/loves the arts for other area events. for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers. >> sales of black friday took a
hit this year, sales dropped 10% to $10.4 billion. a big reason, more people shop online, main retailers are offering bargains long before thanksgiving limiting the impact of black friday specials. new numbers show sales down compared to last year. if holiday shopping is on your to-do list you're in luck. sieb -- cyber monday is going to be the biggest shopping day. there will be a 1% increase. 735 -- 12% increase. they are expect the to be on tv
phones and computer games and other electronics. a small study found children between the ages of 4 and 10 who had a dog were less anxious. having a pup did not make a difference in the amount of physical activity the kids got or on their weight. a larger study will need to be done to confirm the results. we know being cupid up on a -- cooped up on a play can expose people to viruses. bacterial wimes used on trays are 8 times more bacteria ridden. experts suggest washing your hands wherever you're near a sink even if you think you don't need to. >> i avoid those trays,. >> reporter: at all costs. >> in sports, temple owls,
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>> in sports, all hail the temple owls, they got a huge one last night. here's jeff skeverski with that and more. >> reporter: temple got off to their best start in school history and they never let up. they finished with ten regular season wins the most in school history including the big one to clinch the division. the temple seniors deserve a big hug for the way they played against ucon. the "d" shut them down. 4th and 1, marshall recovers. femple has not allowed -- temple
has not allowed a touchdown in 8 straight quarters. pj walker, 20-0 temple. thomas, 60 of 123 yards come right here. the second touchdown of the game. temple winners, 27-3. they clinch a spot in the tidal conference game next saturday in houston. what a scene afterwards in the locker room. >> i couldn't be prouder of you guys, i couldn't be prouder of you guys, people left you for dead. people left you for dead. people said you have no chance. you got it. [chanting] >> it's an amazing feeling. i don't think it hit me yet. once you have that trophy in your hands there's no greater feeling than that. >> dedication that we put in
over the years, plus we're going to a conference championship in a very long time. >> reporter: good for temple. scoring wins around here has not been easy. the flyers are the only pro sports team in town to win over the last three weeks. the last time they won back-to-back way back against the rangers five weeks ago. yesterday against the rangers, flyers defenseman shultz takes a big hit and leaves with an upper body injury. shenn throwing down. we pick it up in the second, all aboard the wayne train. 1-0 flyers. 3 minutes into the third, simmons sets it up off the shot. 2-0 flyers for icing on the cake, final 50 seconds, empty netter, simmons again. flyers have won back-to-back games first time in five weeks
thanks to their first regular season win at the garden in nearly five years. >> sixers looking for the first win later today in memphis. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a good day. >> temple's football game is heading to the next week conference game. the 27-3 win gave temple ten wins in a season for first time in 36 years. it clinched the conference division and temple fans are gearing up for the athletic conference championship game. >> it's huge, it's a great for the city, great for philadelphia. >> it was awesome! we stayed for the whole thing, even in the rain. >> next saturday afternoon the owls will be in texas to face the university of houston for the aac title. you can see the action on 6abc starting at noon. well be watching. >> another half-hour of "action news" is just ahead. here's some of the stories
we'll have for you, live report on the travel conditions roads, rails and in the air. thousands begin their trek home from thanksgiving vacation. >> the nsa has to make a dramatic change in how it eavesdrops on our phone calls. those stories and more when "action news" continues. >> happening right now on
"action news," breaking news, a number of firefighters are hurt in an accident this west philadelphia. >> a man opened fire inside a mississippi restaurant killing a waitress and police say it was because she asked him not to smoke. >> plane, train, automobile, millions of heading home after the long holiday weekend. more on those stories in a moment, but first a check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, meteorologist chris sowers, don't be fooled it's not nice like yesterday. >> reporter: it's not even close. it's chilly out here, we're seeing sun peek through on city avenue. and over to my right looking westbound i'm starting to see blue skies. that's a good sign. temperatures will warm up a little bit, but this will be a colder day that we've had this young season. 47 in pottstown. that's coming off a high of 63 yesterday out west. coatsville 42. kennett square, 42. you're ten degrees above the freezing mark in oxford and ken net square.
saint davids 42 and center city, 44. glassboro, 43. agenda beach, 44. buena, 45. cinnaminson 43 degrees. here's satellite and radar, passionate of the reason why the numbers are cooler to the south as opposed to the north which is usually the case is because you have a lot of clouds locked in with the front south of philadelphia. we are seeing the clearing north of the pennsylvania turnpike. we'll go over to double scan live, we're zoom into the delaware bay region. we're picking up spritzes and sprinkles in cumberland and cape may counties. this is long gone out to sea. it's leftover moisture. for the remainder of the afternoon, accuweather says you'll see a combination of sun and clouds, cooler day, high of 51. windchills in the mid 40s, i think i'm being too optimistic with this number here, it's chilly right now. we have 5 or 6 degrees to go before we hit that 51 degrees, i don't know if we'll make it.
it's a chilly finish to the weekend. we have a nice warm up in the seven-day forecast, i'll talk about that when i see you in just a little bit, guys. >> more on breaking news out of west philadelphia. we have just learned that this fire truck collided with four parked cars injuring a number of firefighters. five firefighters have been injured. looking live at the scene. this is the 5400 block of baltimore avenue. the accident happened just after 10:00 a.m. you can still see a number of people on the scene. the fire truck we understand it has hit four parked cars, one witness said he saw a firefighter get badly injured during the accident. >> one of the firemen got hurt. he flue up the front of the truck, he was bleepgd a -- he ws bleeding a lot. it was crazy. >> reporter: this is on baltimore pike. we learned that the fire truck hit four parked cars. it is not clear why, though, we know the firefighters suffered
minor injuries. >> if you're heading home from the long holiday weekend you're not alone, today is one of the busiest travel days of the year. john rawlins is talking to travelers liable at philadelphia international where the lines are long this afternoon. hey, john. >> reporter: yes, they are and getting longer, eva. aaa says half million people in the philadelphia area on the move during this holiday period. 90% of them take the roads, go by car. almost of the rest go by air. this is d and e, security check point. crowds are building for what will be a very busy sunday at the airport. hugs and tearful goodbyes at the drop off. >> we came to see my brother and sister in law and two other nephews. >> reporter: how was it? >> awesome. >> reporter: you don't want to leave. >> definitely not. >> reporter: some say this is
the biggest travel day of the holiday. one estimate 27% of those who fly fly today. wait times in security some laidges -- lines almost empty. passenger screening k-9 was spotted. the push in flights was checked later, alexis sis smith is returning to indianapolis. >> you expecting crowds? >> yes. it's raining in indianapolis, hopefully i get there safe. >> reporter: among the earliest arrivals travelers who departed from western cities last night. greg left at -- something 12 midnight last night. >> reporter: so you took the red eye in? >> we flew into detroit and went to philadelphia. >> reporter: passengers say traveling today is busy, but uneventful. >> i was traveling out of jacksonville, florida, flight was wonderful.
>> reporter: how was security, more complicated than normal? >> not at all. easy trip. >> reporter: easy so far, that's the situation here, a check of the status boards show 3 or 4 departure delays, seven or 8 minor arrivals in philadelphia. if youif you were traveling getr two hours before your designated flight because of the number of people flying today. live at philadelphia international airport, john rawlins channel 6 "action news." >> thanks, john,. drivers hitting the road will find lower gas prices. the average price for regular in south jersey is 1.9 0. wilmington, .05. water department responded to the 63500 block of haverford avenue around 11:00 p.m., an
8-inch main broke spewing water on the street. crews will be out today making repairs. a crash in burlington county new jersey sent two people to the hospital. it happened near the commit of 541 in burlington township at 3:30. firefighters worked for 20 minutes to free one of the drivers. there's no word on the condition of the injured. investigators are searching for the cause. philadelphia police need your help tracking down two men wanted for robbing a chinese restaurant in spring garden. this is the surveillance video. two robbers hit the cashier while the other was the look out. detectives now trying to find the pair, cameras captured the duo as they ransacked the
wayne store they stole cigarettes and cash before they escaped through the ceiling. >> national security agency is set to end it's massive collection of american phone records. the controversial program started under george w.bush, it was kept under wraps when edward snowdon leaked it's existence. president obama took away the agency's authorities to collect records. they had 180 days to transition to different surveillance rules. that period ends today. fighting between christians and muslim militants have force 1 million people from their homes in the past two years.
the pope stopped at a camp today where children sang songs of welcome. the pope led them in a chant we are all brothers. this is his last stop. a firefighters is accused of -- a former firefighter is accused of killing a waitress because she asked him not to smoke. he pulled out a gun moments after the long time waitress was asking people how they enjoyed their thanksgiving. he is a former firefighter that was badly injured in an accident years ago. he is charged with first degree murder. donald trump on the offensive, he is taking on republican rivals and blasting claims he mocked a journalist with a disability. >> we'll show you the newly released photos taken by the
gone and two lucky turkeys in burlington county, new jersey are still standing. nora muchanic reports, they didn't have to worry about becoming dinner. >> reporter: this time of year, you can understand if turkeys are a little nervous, but bob and fred have nothing to worry about, whining up on the thanksgiving table is not a possibility for these guys. they are pellets living in southampton. >> i never dreamed that i would have turkeys that are now 13 years old, i have gotten so much enjoyment and fun out of them. >> fred the showier of the two strutting around around the yard. bob is a shy bird he limps.
>> fred is jealous, of all the attention i give to bob. >> reporter: these two turkeys used to belong to neighbor, but hanging around brenda's house. as time went on i grew more atamped to them and started feeding them more, the neighbor said go ahead and keep them. >> they live in sturdy pens where he this gobble up corn and sun flower seeds. bob and fred are domestic turkeys, the breed called royal palms. they are considered too small to cook for this thanksgiving. they are the most beautiful of all turkeys. >> reporter: animal lover she is, she would never consider eating bob and fred for dinner, so no one gets their fethers ruffled she also opting for something other than turkey.
i think i'll have pasta. >> that's a good choice. >> bob looks 22 pounds. >> reporter: let's get you outside and show you what's going on out there, we're dealing a lot of clouds south and east, there's a few spritzes and sprinkles pushing through cumberland and cape may counties. everyone else is starting to clear, the cold air continues to funnel in from the north. allentown now down into the low 40s right now temperature-wise. there's double scan live, nothing going on, just a couple of sprinkles to the south they will pull away. thursday's high, 64. this is the normal 51. 66 for friday, 62 yesterday and now with the cold front slipping through, all of a sudden we have windchills that look like. 38 degrees is what it feels like in the poconos. 39 in lancaster. 37 in atlantic city. 40 is the number for philadelphia and trenton.
after being spoiled rotten like that for the last three days, you step outside it's a shock to the system. wind speeds out of the north generally 5 to 10 miles per hour. we don't expect those to pick up later on, but it's enough to put the chill in the air. satellite and radar, now the frontal system is all the way down here, will you the clearing line is lagging back a little bit, it's north of the p-a turnpike. with the high pushing from the north. it will push the cloud line to the south. we'll see clearing throughout the day. it will take a little bit longer areas south and east of the city. everybody else starting to clear. travel conditions we don't have any issues out there. if you're traveling north along i-95 to boston it's dry. richmond points south, most of the roads are dry. pennsylvania turnpike and points westbound no issues out there, as well. we're sort of in between systems now. later this afternoon we have this low redeveloping across the deep south, as well as this coming off the front range.
this is an all-out snowstorm for the folks out hear across high plains. this is wet weather for us, tuesday and wednesday. we'll get a secondary low coming up here, the two combined will bring rain for us. this will bring 6 to 1 inches of snow -- 6 to 12 inches of snow to green bay and chicago. we'll get the wet weather. tuesday, 5:00 p.m., most of tuesday is cloudy and damp and dreary and scattered showers. even though the model is not showing too much it will fill in as the coastal takes over, some of the heavier rages work into the city and south -- heavier rains work into the city and south jersey and delaware. 51 in reading and allentown. 51 for philadelphia.
millville, 49. dover, 48. temperatures plummeting overnight tonight. upper 20s, surrounding suburbs, increasing clouds monday, 50, occasional rain for tuesday, 57. periods of rain wednesday, 59. thursday on, smooth sailing lots of sun and temperatures in the low 50s, nydia. remember you can get the seven-day forecast and check storm tracker 6 live radar at any time at 6abc.com/weather. why settle for this? enter sleep number. don't miss the ultimate sleep number week going on now! sleepiq technology tells you how you slept and what adjustments you can make. she likes the bed soft. he's more hardcore. so your sleep goes from good, to great, to wow! give the gift of amazing sleep, only at a sleep number store. this week only, save 50% on the ultimate limited edition bed. hurry, sale ends monday. know better sleep with sleep number.
charities. >> reporter: it looks like a dump, even a death certificate, after a weekend of uncharitable giving. >> sometimes people use the donation bins as trash bins. >> reporter: the major overseas operations for salvation army of philadelphia. >> broken furniture and broken apalestines and old computers. >> reporter: our hidden camera is keeping an eye on the site caught donors dumping bags of trash which they are either too lazy or too cheap to disof of themselves. bags of personal belongings left behind, family to photos and used makeup and plain old garbage. it costs the salvation army of greater philadelphia $180,000 last year to discard garbage
money that would go toward rehabilitation programs in our community. at the goodwill recycles center in south jersey, workers picked through donations. >> ceo mark boyd said old computers and clothing and books and plastics get resold recycled or repurposed. old toys are sent to africa. >> we try to maximize the donor value. but this surveillance video at the front street location shows goodwill gets their fair share of waist. >> we have half bottles of lotion, we can't use that. goodwill hauls out 1 tractor loads a month costing half a million dollars a year. >> we don't want old paint or appliances or nuclear waste.
>> reporter: a message parentally missed a few years back. >> live hand grenade was donated to the pennsauken store. we had to bring the bomb squad in. >> reporter: at goodwill a cop bust this thief. our cameras captured scavengers sifting through boxes and bags, stealing valuables, leaving filth behind. >> unfortunately people come along they see it's not all junk there's been things that can be useful, they think it better served taking it themselves. wednesday we know channel 6 "action news." >> goodwill and the salvation army is in need of donations especially clothes. for a complete list of dos and don'ts, how to help both charities go to 6abc.com. >> turning to politics, donald
trump is slamming his republican rivals and weighing in on the recent controversy. thousands pakdz -- packed the arena for a ruckus rally. he slammed marco rubio. >> i would never mock a person that has difficult, i would never do that, i'm telling you that, i would never do it. >> well, trump told the crowd he is killing everybody in the polls in iowa, new hampshire and south carolina. come on in pop pop.
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"action news," a fire truck collided with several parked cars in west philadelphia injuring five firefighters. it happened on the 5400 block of baltimore avenue after 10:00 a.m. the firefighter suffered minor injuries. one person was killed and five others injured in a multi-vehicle crash on southbound state 1 and red lion road. police are searching for a cause. let's get a check of the weather. sun is starting to peek through. look for a combination of sun and clouds, 50 degrees tomorrow. we warm up tuesday and wednesday we'll see clouds mixed in and periods of rain both days, thursday, friday, saturday, all look good, sunshine and temperatures in the 50s. >> coming up tonight on 6abc at
7:00 it's america's funniest home video, once upon and time and blood and oil and quantico are new. it's followed by "action news" and "action news" sports sunday. the royals are releasing photos of princess charlotte. duchess kate took these pictures at their home in norfolk. the last time she was seen in public was during or christening. kensington palace say the duke and duchess receive warm messages from all around the world and hope everyone enjoys these photos smuchts they -- smuchts -- as much as they do. "fyi philly" is next. >> "action news" continues at 6:00 p.m. tonight. >> reporter: for eva pilgrim, chris sowers, and the entire
>> i'm karen rogers and i am alicia vitarelli tonight on "fyi philly." it's our first ever food truck special. >> it's a no brainer. >> reporter: from healthy eats to sinful sweets. from classic comfort foods butter and snacks. >> and party trucks that come to you. >> it's a full half-hour of tasty meals on wheels. it's unforgettable. hey everyone and welcome to "fyi philly." we've got the mom mom's meatball trucks they are catering our fyi food truck special. mike and billy working hard and it is looking good. when it comes to the food truck business, the vendee awards are like an police officerric