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>> good morning everyone, it is 5:00 a.m. on this monday, november 30. tam is off, erin o'hern joins us, we're working on several new and breaking stories. right now police are at a house in montgomery county where two people were shot and left for dead. >> world leaders are meeting in paris to come up with a plan to keep the earth from overheating. >> david is off, karen rogers is here, matt pellman is tracking the roads. >> reporter: we're looking at storm tracker 6 live double scan, looks like we're getting
sprinkles in dover, delaware, not reechtion ground -- reaching ground just yet. we're getting lots of clouds, they will thicken through the day. you can see the rain down to the south. that will impact us overnight tonight and tomorrow. wet day coming tomorrow, today is a day of transition, it's cool and lots of clouds, 37 degrees in in philadelphia. 31 in reading, below freezing in allentown, too. 27 degrees. a little better in millville and sea isle city, you're at 41. it's making it feel extra chilly as you head outside. the high 48 degrees, 9:00 a.m., 40 degrees, lots of high clouds, a few peeks of sunshine. noon, 37, the clouds lowering and thickening through the day. cloudy at 3:00 p.m. and 47. 6:00 p.m., 46 degrees, i have
future tracker 6 standing by and i'll tell you when the rain hits, matt. >> reporter: okayy dokey. , karen. i-95 no delays. this is the vine street expressway, no overnight construction here, everything remains open between the schuylkill expressway and broad street. it will close tonight at 11:00 and each night this week for the construction. this morning everything is open and ready for you. we have a weird accident in bucks county, a dump truck struck horses and brought down a utility pole. durham road is closed between stump and old durham road. 6 the alter nate around
that. no problems along 476 the blue route. >> police made a gruesome discovery in montgomery county, a shooting inside a home that left two people dead. annie mccormick is live near the home on the 100 block of diamond street in hatfield, annie. >> reporter: matt, at this point, hatfield police and detectives from the montgomery county district attorney's office are still on the scene. all we know at this point two people were found shot to death inside the home. police are telling us they are not actively looking for a suspect at this time. take a look at this video we are told by authorities this unfolded around midnight in the 100 block of diamond street. when they arrived on scene they found two people inside the home shot to death. authorities spent most of the morning looking around the home on the frovment yard looking for any evidence. we saw the coroner's office arrive here a half-hour ago, we spoke to some neighbors who say
at this point they are wonding questions, as well. >> the 7-eleven gets robbed regularly, actually, but never any murders that i can recall, since i've lived here and going on 8 years now. >> and back out here live, we said a half-hour ago, two vehicles from the coroner's office did arrive here again at this point authorities in the releasing much information only saying two people were found shot to death inside the home. if you have any information you're urged to contact police, reporting live in hatfield, montgomery county. annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> thanks for those details. police are looking for a man and woman accused of posing of police officers to rob people in south philadelphia. police say two of the incidents happened near 4th and jackson. two hours later another person
was approached possibly by the same pair at 16th and passyunk avenue. none of the victims were injured, but some of them were robbed. people living nearby say this is unusual for the area. >> it's a great city, it's a great neighborhood, but they say christmastime they go shopping for regular people. >> well, police are looking for a video from nearby surveillance cameras that may have captured the robberies. new from the overnight 150 world leaders are gathering in paris for a climate conference. scores of personnel have been deployed at the veteran on you of the conference. -- venue of the conference. they hope to make change in climate change. before the conference president obama visited the bataclan theater where one of the attacks happened security heightened across france because of the attacks. today marks the first day of the state's two week big deer
hunting season. the game commission expects 750,000 hunters to take part. they are expected to hunt 300,000 deer. holiday shopping is in full swing. today is less about standing in line and more about shopping online. >> cyber monday kicks off today, but for many retailers it's already started. katherine scott is live in robinsville, new jersey, with a look inside the amazon distribution center. >> reporter: this is a huge day for amazon, cyber monday, amazon has been rolling out black friday deals for weeks now. it's a peak day for them, they are expecting a lot of trask here today, in robinsville thisf their busiest in the country. there are more than 4,000 employees who pick, pack and ship customer orders in this buildings alone.
amazon hires thousands of people in new jersey. you can hear the work, the equipment, packages and parcels are zooming around on conveyer belts. look at the size of the facility. it's more than 1 million square feet. about the size of 28 football fields. amazon is expecting this to be their biggest holiday ever. net sales are expected to be $33 billion as the shopping trend with more people shopping online. this black friday instore sales were down a billion dollars. shoppers turned to the internet spending 2.$4 billion. i'm sure your inbox is loaded with e-mails for cyber monday deals and bargains. one of the peak days at the fulfillment center for amazon, many more busy days to come, people are going to stores, but also log online to get their
christmas shopping done. live in robinsville, annie mccormick. >> reporter: i do a lot of inperson shopping on friday, i plan to do shopping online. i'm trying to help the economy. storm tracker 6 live double scan around the region we have sprinkles in dover, delaware. we're checking with the national weather service, not reporting rain just yet, i think it's evaporating before it hits the ground. we are tracking rain later on tonight and tomorrow. let's go outside and show you what it looks like right now. we're looking at the ice rink it's lit up and beautiful. we'll be dry during the day and go outside and do some ice skating. the temperature 37 degrees in philadelphia. the dewpoint, 24. the winds out of the northeast at 13. the winds are a factor making it feel extra chilly. satellite and radar showing we have lots of clouds, for the most apartment they are high
clouds, through the day the clouds will lower and thicken. you can see the rain that's down to our south and that really impacts us later on tonight and tomorrow when we get periods of rain. tomorrow is the wet day, today is basically dry. 8:00 a.m., 38 degrees with peeks of sunshine mixing in the high clouds. 11:00 a.m., clouds thicken up, 43 degrees, 2:00 p.m., 48 degrees. 6:00 p.m., 46 degrees. the temperatures below average today feeling chilly especially with the wind. 48 in the city. 47 fore the high in allentown. 48 in wilmington. better in areas down to the south. are 52 in millville, 53 in atlantic city and cape may for the highs today. tomorrow we'll have the on and off rain milder 57 degrees, it's a wet one tomorrow. let's show you what it looks like on future tracker 6 as we advance this until tonight at 9:00. we see showers trying to come
into the region. it builds in the overnight hours, you can see the rain is on and off this is a look at 7:30 tomorrow as you're driving in the morning commute. not everybody will get it, we get a break, heavier rain comes through, even in the afternoon tracking heavier rain you can tell by the areas of yellow, 6:00 p.m. tomorrow evening we'll see the steady rain pulling out of here, tomorrow is the wet day for sure. let's take a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. today lots of clouds and feeling chilly, mostly cloudy skies and 48 degrees for the high. later on tonight we start to see showers move in until then it dry through the day. tomorrow, periods of rain on and off, 57 degrees. wednesday, more rain, lots of clouds, 61 degrees. thursday we dry out and we get the sun back, mostly sunny skies, 53. friday, staying nice and 52. saturday, cooler, 51. it's seasonable that's what we expect this time of the year mix
of clouds and sun. we stay dry through the rest of the period. sunday, clouds and sun, 554 deg. 5:11, students on edge, an online threat leads to classes being canceled in the midwest. a would would-be burglar gs trapped on a job and doesn't make it out alive. >> reporter: route 1 the super highway, her come the headlights from maple avenue. >> apple explains why she is a fan of the philadelphia 76ers.
>> 5:14, oh, boy, back to work and school. it is monday morning, taking a live look at penns landing and the delaware river. note that it's pretty chilly, 38 degrees, only getting up to 37 degrees today. >> there's been a lot of extra yawning on this monday morning. >> reporter: wouldn't it be great to stay home and shop online. it would be great for me, because we wouldn't have any traffic. coming out of the burbs it's not bad along 422 east of the oaks interchange at egypt road.
there goes a truck heading toward trooper road where we have midday construction along 422. restrictions going on 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. tomorrow. watch out for delays thanks to construction. midday construction begins today in chester county through the end of december they are installing a new water main. they will be closing wayne avenue down near road. in bucks county, if you had off work last week, 213 maple avenue bridge reopened go ahead and use that this morning. a crash to watch out for in plumstead montgomery county shutting down durham road closed off, 611 is the alternate to get
around that crash and downed pole. cranberry, middlesex county north on the new jersey turnpike, a truck fire north of the exit 8 for heights town. time for the commuter report. on going construction susquehanna avenue. but richmond street opened in fishtown. that's good news for you. the university of chicago canceled all classes after it was alerted to an online threat of gun violence. there will be security around campus even though everything is closed. new on "action news," a toddler is fighting for his life right now after falling into a canal. it happened in yesterday morning in phoenix, arizona. the child appears to have gotten through a gate. a neighbor pulled the child out and started cpr before rescue crews arrived. police say it appears to be an
accident. a burglar stuck in the chimney of a california home died after the homeowner lit the fireplace. fresno county deputies believe he try to break into the house and got stuck. the homeowner started a fire and heard screams. firefighters came and tried to save him, but he died. an autopsy will determine the cause of death. nerlens noel missed his second straight game. sixers were up as many as five points, but the grizzlies went on a 15-to-5 run. sixers host the lakers tomorrow night. temple coach matt rhule was and his owls beat ucon 27-3.
securing a spot in the american athletic conferences inaugural championship game. coach rhule met with the university of missouri yesterday. the owls play the cougars on saturday. if temple wins they will be eligible for either the fiesta bowl or the people bowl. >> true love will get a bargain this year. >> researchers believe being lonelily can have a negative effect on your health.
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so go online or call now. get out of the past. get fios. involved in the film of the movie creed celebrated in chester county. the cast and crew were invited to the tavern in exton. critics are raving about the film. it set a record for best opening of any rocky movie. people around here at the station said they saw it was so
good they want to go out and see it again in theaters. >> i heard was very good. >> reporter: not a very rocky road as you head back to work on i-95 south philadelphia, the girard point bridge southbound construction on the girard point bridge today through wednesday 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. you might see delays coming down from broad street. on mass transit we're back on normal weekday schedules today. a change took effect on the route 23 bus. it only runs between germantown and center city and germantown avenue and 1th street. it split in two. there's a new bus route 45 that operates in center city and philadelphia. we have a fair amount of clouds, it's chilly, 30 degrees in martins creek. 29 in quakertown 32 in center city. 32 in browns mills and 39 in
dover, delaware. today's high, 48 degrees, we're looking at below average highs. let's take a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast and what to expect. we'll see lots of clouds early sunshine will fade behind the clouds, it will increase as the day progresses. 48 degrees. in the overnight and tomorrow we get periods of rain, 57 for the high. wednesday, a bit more rain at times during the day. it's not going to rain constantly, but we're looking at a period of rain on wednesday. after wednesday, matt and erin we're dry with a good amount of sunshine. in "healthcheck," loneliliness is more than a feeling. for older adults it's a health risk. loneliness can make you sick and more susceptible to falling ill.
it can affect the production of white blood cells. this can impair the body's ability to fight viruses. >> up next in the morning buzz, the driver who found a beer bottle with liquid treasure inside. donald trump scrams an event scheduled for today. we'll tell you why at 5:30, but first, america's money. >> reporter: topping america's money, cyber monday. it's the day row tailors roll out deep discounts there might be a locals -- loss of work productivity. >> mockingjay holding on to the top spot and creed is in movie
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>> breaking now on "action news" a deadly double shooting in montgomery county. police are on the scene and so are we. >> digital deals await. it's cyber monday, "action news" has a sneak peek at the hustle and bustle of online shopping. kobe's curtain call. he announces this season will be his last. tamala edwards is off we have erin o'hern and karen rogers and matt pellman george. >> reporter: we have high, thin clouds and we'll have