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6:00 a.m. on this saturday, december 5. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news." an elderly couple rushed to the hospital after they are overcome by carbon monoxide poisoning. a police chase comes to an end when a car slams into a tree in delaware county. plus a cold start to the weekend. does it mean you need to bundle up this weekend? let's go over to chris sowers -- >> reporter: no. >> it doesn't feel that cold. >> reporter: no it not bad be we
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don't have a wind so there's no windchill out there. let's get you outside and show you what's going on. it's a little chilly in the out lying suburbs examines expected this time of year. it's not that bad. we have a couple of areas close to freezing, and a couple of areas below freezing. reading, 28. wilmington, 30. philadelphia, 36. and the poconos, even the higher elevations above freezing. poconos 33 at this hour. here's satellite and radar, there you go, that's going to be your saturday. nothing going on, clear skies starting point to finish. sunday promises to be equally as nice. breaking it down today, here's what to expect, wall-to-wall blue skies, if you're out early you'll need to bundle up. lunchtime, 47.
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2:00 p.m., 52. we have a high of 54 which his 6 cease above average. we have a gorgeous weekend around the delaware valley for the month of december you can't beat what's in the forecast. no arctic air in sight over the next couple of weeks. we'll talk about that in the seven day in just a little bit. >> new this morning, it's a story we see often as cold weather sets in. an elderly couple is overcome by carbon monoxide in northeast philadelphia. investigators say they were heating their home with an open oven. at this point there is no confirmation that was the source of the odorless colorless fumes that sickened the elderly couple. a neighbor called 911. they are being treated in the hospital. a car slammed into a tree in twair -- delaware county.
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police say it started out as an argument, the man saw police and the hopped in the car and took off. he is expected to survive and will face charges. now to the latest on the mass shootings in san bernadino, california. new this morning, isis is claiming that the couple involved in that tragedy were supporters of the terror group. that declaration was made on their radio station half-hour ago. this comes after the fbi declared the mass shooting a terror attack. in san bernadino last night a candle light vigil was held for the victims of the shooting. the names of the 14 people killed were read allowed that includes two from the area. >> reporter: this is our first look at tashfeen malik the mystery woman authorities suspect may have been the brains
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behind the san bernadino massacre. tashfeen malik and her husband syed rizwan farook bursting into a conference firing 65 rounds killing most of of farook's colleagues. within minutes of the shooting the mother went on facebook and declared her allegiance to isis. tashfeen malik died with her husband in the shootout with her husband the question did she radicalize him. >> this is an fbi investigation. we have no indication that these killers are part part of an orgd larger group or form a cell. >> reporter: federal agents tore apart the couple's home looking for evidence, inside a typical family's life. dirt dishes, baby toys and diapers, the crib of their
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6-month-old daughter now an orphan. this inventory lists dozens of boxes of amunition, 12 pipe bombs were left behind. farook's family warned against a rush of judgment. the fbi is combing through a large volume of electronic evidence including two cell phones the killers tried to destroy to find out who they were accumulating with and if there are any accomplices. san bernadino california abc. this latest shooting has renewed calls for gun control. the poll was taken in october after 9 people were killed in a mass shooting at an oregon community college. 55%% favor gun control laws. 86 favor laws that require background checks for all in the
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u.s. a majority of americans think background checks would do little to reduce mass shootings. you can find more at 6abc.com we'll be posting updates throughout the weekend. fire officials in north hampton county are looking into what sparked a deadly blaze. flames shot from the home on the 5700 block on old carriage road in east allen township. one person was pronounced dead at the scene. a minivan hits and killed a pedestrian along the black horse pike in egg harbor township close to the atlantic city line. no word on whether charges will be filed against the driver of the minivan. philadelphia police have released surveillance picture they are hoping will lead to a pair of killers. chad perdelli has the details. >> reporter: police want these
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two men for the thanksgiving murder of ryan kelly a young man who always had a smile worked hard at this northern liberty acme and liked his lunch from george's pizza across the street. kelly was gunned down a block from the home he shared with his parents. police say he was walking home from wawa when the two men pulled up from the stolen white mazda. you can see it in the background of this image. >> i don't know if it was an attempted robbery, but he was approached and shot by the males. >> reporter: the two men are wanted for two other robberies that day. this is surveillance from the td bank in a port richmond neighborhood. the suspects used a stolen debit card. police are releasing few details about the other robberies. >> number of of the robberies victims identification was
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taken. we don't want to put anyone in harm's way. >> i can't understand it. >> reporter: neighbor austin has known kelly since he was a boy. he said he was a quiet gentleman, whose parents are devastated. >> if you needed a favor, just ask he would do it. >> reporter: the city has offered offered a 20,000-dollar reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction. outside of police headquarters, chad perdelli channel 6 "action news." >> univision is asking a judge to throw out a 500 million-dollar lawsuit filed by donald trump. lawyers say the gop presidential candidate destroyed univision's rights to televise the miss universe pageant. >> the head of the oklahoma
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prison system is resigning in light of a series of bomped executions. the move comes as the attorney general looks into the botched executions. a missing person's report was filed by eric kohler. it is believed he went to live in mexico. he worked on visual effects in pirates of the carribean the avengers and x men. we have sad news to report about one of the red panda triplets at the park zoo. he was 1-year-old he did not appear i will before his death. the zoo is performing tests to figure out why the animal died.
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checkups showed his brothers appear to be in good health. much more coming up on "action news" saturday morning, we have yet another vehicle recall this morning. this time it's the dodge dart. details behind this recall notice coming up. plus, the winter coats were a must as love park was illuminated for the holiday season. winter coats again this morning, wait until you see next week what happens in the seven-day forecast. temperatures flirt with 60 degrees, i'll have the details when we come right back.
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cold at the annual tree lighting in love park in center city. while spectators waited there were entertained by the philly pops quintette. the giant tree turned on to crowd cheers. blue and green and red. i love all the trees. >> reporter: so do i. at least the weather felt christmassy last night. because the last couple of weeks have been really, really warm. it's painful for me to say this. >> it's perfect ice skating weather, because you need a coat and the ice is cold. >> reporter: the christmas decorations. you can't beat it. it's going to be a beautiful weekend once again, high temperatures 6 to 10 degrees
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above seasonal averages today and tomorrow. very, very nice. penns landing it's a quiet but cold morning around the delaware valley. the good news we don't have any moisture out there, the skies are mainly clear. this is the temperature profile over the past week. remember the normal high was 48. we were better than that on monday, 56. tuesday, 56. wednesday, 60. thursday, 56. wait until you see the numbers in the 7 day. 36 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint, 28. wind out of the north/northwest at 6 miles per hour. it's a cold start you'll need to bundle up in layers. first thing this morning we're in the upper 20s north and west and pine barrens in new jersey. allentown, 30. millville, 28. the poconos 33 degrees which is
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3 degrees colder than 24 hours ago. most areas range anywhere from 5 to 15 degrees colder than this time yesterday. that's what happens this time of the year when you get a high pressure system which is sitting over top of us, you get clear skies calm winds all the energy that the sun provided from the day before it radiates back into space and the temperatures plummet. it's the cooling effect. we'll keep the skies clear most of the day. there will be clouds from time to time, but that's about it. there's future tracker 6, overnight tonight it's clear, sunday is clear with the occasional cumulus clouds starting to pop up. we get into sunday night and monday, maybe a few clouds moving in from the west. other than that we're looking at mostly sunny skies for the monday once again. you get the idea, the next three days look really, really good. the temperature seesaw what happens over the west coast the
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opposite on the east coast. the cold weather will be in the rockies and packed northwest and canada. we're on the warm side of that seesaw. pattern stays mild all next week, all week long. there's no arctic air in sight it's bottled up north of the border and along the packed northwest. 53 in wilmington. 54 in philadelphia. allentown, 52. reading, 53. sunny skies, nice. trenton, 52. cape may, 53. 8:00 a.m., 37 degrees, 11:00 a.m., 46. 2:00 p.m., 52. that's the average right there, 47, 48. by 50:00 p.m., 48 degrees. overnight tonight, temperatures in the 20s and 30s. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, stays nice and quiet, very, very mild. 54 today. 56 degrees as we march along into sunday. monday, partly sunny, 55. it's cooler tuesday and
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wednesday because of the increased cloud cover, 52 degrees both days. thursday, lots of clouds, there could be a shower early, maybe some sunshine late. 56 and friday the complete opposite. maybe a little sunshine early clouds late and shower late, 59. right now the chances of shower activity is 25% not much. >> we don't want showers with these temperatures. >> at least we get it out of the way during the week, and then the weekend is dry. >> west trinity regional catholic school held a live maker mayfair section last night. students depicted mary and jesus and a live baby jesus and around them was was a live sheep, goat and done key.
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>> reporter: welcome back everyone, 6:24 saturday morning, time for the travel forecast. we'll start you out with satellite and radar. if you're flying out this morning, you're in luck. it's nice and quiet across the lower 48. winds are calm. we have high pressure in the upper level of the atmosphere sitting right there. it's acting as a block, all the weather to the it west is sitting out hero, and the weather to the south will not penetrate this. not only today, but tomorrow, as
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well. it's a fairly mild high. you look at the numbers, they look cold, case in point, bismarck, 10 or 11 degrees. they should be around 10 or 11. these numbers look deceiving. saint louis, 32, cincinnati 29 and philadelphia 36 degrees. major hubs are quiet. you see green planes that means everything is on time. philadelphia 36. logan 40, midway and o'hare 41. orlando and atlanta at that on time, 65 and 38 degrees. >> here's jamie apody. >> reporter: there's the football team in town, the temple owls have their sights set on their 11th win today. that would break a record and
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give them a shiny new trophy and bowl berth, as will. we hope. matt rhule knows what's at steak today. >> is this going to be too big of a moment for us, will we get so nervous, i get them to say it's how we play, i think the kids echo that sentiment. we are hopeful for the temple owls as they play for the conference championship. temple houston kick off on 6abc. orange and black are back, last night the flyers fighting for their 4th straight win against the devils they had beaten them three straight times. flyers get a late lead, but you know they like to mess with our blood pressure. it goes into overtime.
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in the o-t matt reid closed the book on this one. flyers head home having won five of their last 6. other birds in town, eagles 9 1/2 point underdogs in fox borough. it will be demarco murray's show which hadn't been so great. the last year's leading rusher in the nfl had only 30 yards last week. he has 1,000 fewer yards than last season. >> it's a good team and the guys have a lot of the pride they will be juiced and ready to play the last game. >> we have five more opportunities to show what we can do and this the first week of it, we got to have it. >> reporter: yes they do, that's sports, go out and have a great day. >> the temple houston game has brought out some trash talk on
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facebook. i love the trash talk with sports. jeff skeverski was the target of some of it. it came to the our sister station in houston a reporter went to the university of houston. not to be out done, jeff skeverski temple alum fired back. you can see it on the "action news" facebook page.
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>> a tanker truck catches fire wreaking havoc on a south jersey road overnight. new york times places an editorial on its front page calling for gun control in the wake of the california shooting. it's on the line today when the tumble owls play the university of houston chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. we keep winning. >> reporter: just like temple we keep winning. there's a lot of big games around the country. it's cold out there, but later this afternoon, under a mostly sunny sky, temperatures will shoot into the 50s. we're in the 20s and 30s. 28 in slatington, 33 in
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tanersville. quakertown, 31. coatsville, 30. objection formed 26 degrees. 28 in buena. 34 in gandys beach. glassboro, 35. cinnamon, 31. it's cold, but it's where the numbers should be for this time of the year. clear skies up and down the mid atlantic, a few clouds across the great lakes. they will stay to the west. break it down hour by hour, a ton of sunshine from start to finish. a couple of clouds around from time to time. 47 degrees by 11:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m., 52. 5:00 p.m. 48 degrees shooting for a high of 54. it's warmer tomorrow. looking for rain, we don't have too much in the seven-day forecast. there's a slight chance of a couple of showers thursday and friday, most of the upcoming week is dry and very, very mild. i'll have the numbers coming up in just a bit. eva. >> new overnight, a tanker truck goes up in flames on 295
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in gloucester county. firefighters responded to the flames near the route 322 exit in logan township. it was on the shoulder of the road. no injuries were reported. investigators are working to learn what caused the fire. san bernadino shooting massacre has officially been labeled an act of terrorism. just an hour ago isis claimed on it's official radio station that the couple involved were supporters of the terror group. meanwhile, an online post by tashfeen malik one of the alleged shooters helped shift the investigation, the fbi said just before the attack, she made a pledge to isis on facebook using an alous account. that post has been removed. fbi are looking into whether the couple met with isis while in pack tan where the -- pakistan
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where they met. two cell phones were found in the dumpster near their apartment. the fbi is scouring the phones and computers for proof they were radicalized. the feds said the evidence is there, but they added a word of caution. >> there's a number of pieces of evidence that pushed us off the cliff. >> we have no indication they were part of a larger group or formed part of a cell. abc news reported that the pakistani address that tashfeen malik listed on her visa application does not exist, but she passed several background checks. both tashfeen malik and syed rizwan farook were killed by police after murdering 14 people. abc news spoke with farook's sister and brother-in-law saying
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there were no indications of extremist islamic ideology. >> that's shocking. >> it is shocking why would she do that? >> she never mentioned anything like that. >> they were great parents. >> always happy with each other. >> they spent a lot of time with her, they kept to themselves a lot, they were a good couple. >> "action news" has learned that one of the victims of the mass shooting was a pennsylvania native, 46-year-old hear bowman grew up in york county. the father of two daughters and worked in california for 15 years and a co-worker of farook's at the san bernadino health department. bowman a devout roman catholic frequently taught religious classes. you can find more at 6abc.com, we'll be posting updates thoughts the weekend.
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a math teacher in bucks county is facing child sex abuse charges. authorities say joseph becker had an inappropriate relationship with a 14-year-old students. he is a teacher at north penn middle school. he changed photos and videos over a 5 month period beginning this past july through november. >> teachers are entrusted with the responsibility, a very important responsibilities of teaching children as they become young adults. this defendant abused his position. >> now, investigators say becker taught at east town middle and conostoga high school. they are asking any other victims to contact bucks county detective's. his bail has been set at $250,000. police arrested a couple accused of impersonating philadelphia police officers and robbing people. they flashed what appeared to be a badge at a 21-year-old man on
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east passyunk avenue last sunday and ordered him to show i.d. the pair grabbed cash from his walt let and took off. police -- wallet. they took off. police they is they targeted another victim an hour earlier, but didn't get any money. the house and senate republican majority met separately for hours behind closed doors. the budget stalemate is forcing counties, schools and social service agencies to borrow money, stop services or layoff workers. the main sticking point is state sales tax and overhauling the pension system. in new jersey, a public hearing was held to help veterans who suffer from ptsd. it was a chance for people to talk about how ptsd were treated
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in the justice system. it was put on by the senate and general assembly. president obama signed a transportation funding bill but fell short of what the administration wanted. obama wanted 400 billion. the lawmakers hailed this as a major accomplish. that would put an end to the cycle of last minute short term fixes that have been the rule for the past 8 years. now, the race for the white house, donald trump is once again the frontrunner for the republicans. 36% of registered republicans support trump. ted cruz trails by 20 points. ben carson is in third place followed by marco rubio. the remainder of the candidates
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have less than 5% support. temple football hopes to bring home a conference championship as they face off against houston today. pull up a chair and watch it live on 6abc. the owls and cougars square off in houston for the american athletic conference title winner. the winner goes to the fiesta or the peach bowl. something has to give today for one of the teams. again you can watch the game from the comfort of your home it will be broadcast on 6abc, live beginning at noon. the owls on the road to take on the houston cougars today. much more to come on "action news" saturday morning. they will be back in philadelphia, we have world on the boss coming to town. look who is back in town? a loving member. "action news" team joins vernon odem for the annual christmas
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tree lighting ceremony in delaware county. and meteorologist chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast "action news" saturday morning continues in just a moment.
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the show every year, much to the delight of local residents, especially kids, it was up to vernon to countdown to a beautiful display. >> 5, 4, 3, 2, 1! [cheers and applause] of course, santa claus made an appearance for all the good little boys and girls. vernon looks like he was having fun. >> reporter: two legends. where are their santa hats? i've never seen vernon in a hat and furry hat. >> reporter: let's get you outside it's chilly this morning, but we expect mild temperatures to work into the region over the weekend. actually the seven-day forecast features mild degrees. 54 degrees is the high temperature that's the seasonal
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average. 35 is where we started out this morning, we're up to 36. lancaster, 28. allentown, 30. trenton, 33. wilmington, 30, dover, 33. sea isle city, 38. it's cold this morning, maybe you're going for an early morning stroll or run. you'll need to bundle up early on. later this afternoon as the high continues to push east, you don't see it here, the reason why we're so clear is because of an area of high pressure across the eastern seaboard. it will pump in milder weather. there's nothing going on, you have to go to the packed northwest, washington state, oregon, idaho, that's where there's weather. everybody else across the lower 48 with the exception of extreme southern florida. it's mild and dry. bismarck, 27 degrees, normally they should be at ten.
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omaha, 41, that's above average. they should be around 23, 24, saint louis, 32, they should be much colder than what you're seeing there. all the cold stuff is bottled up in the arctic circle. what you're seeing you notice how the numbers are warmer and warmer the farther south you go. we're seeing the pacific winds, west to east winds that's the pacific jet roaring across the lower 48 and it's keeping the cold bottled up to the north. we'll have this throughout december. it's well above average. most of the month should be above average. we take all 31 days, we average it out, it should be above normal. now, there are signs that the second half of the month will begin to cool down. the first 15, 16 days will be unbelievably mild, even if it
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does cool down the second half of the month it will be above average. high pressure mild for everybody up and down the eastern seaboard. sunday, thing, monday, same thing, tuesday and wednesday we cool down. in the lehigh valley, 52 degrees, that's the high. jersey shore, winds out of the west, 53 degrees atlantic city, avalon, stone harbor, sea isle city, cape may, all the shorepoints, enjoying a beautiful saturday. 53 degrees. the temperatures drop off a bit, but this is seasonal, 29 degrees, outlying suburbs, 35 for center city. mainly clear and quiet, winds out of the north at 35 miles per hour. we're we go the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, looking more like the beginning of november here. 54 degrees today. 56-ton of sunshine tomorrow. monday is mild, mostly sunny
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conditions, 55 degrees, tuesday and wednesday, sun and clouds, more clouds than sun, some kind of combination there. it's cooler 52 degrees for both days, looks like we'll miss out on the coastal system we were worried about earlier in the week. thursday and friday, 56. friday, 59 and honestly i could see how friday is in the 60s. we're watching an area of low pressure it will cut west into the great lakes. the winds will shift out of the south. right now we're going 59. i could see two, three days we're forecasting 62, 63. >> it's so tricky. in the morning you need your coat. 4:00 p.m. live shot you don't need it, 6:00 p.m. you do. >> reporter: once the sun goes down, you need it. >> check storm tracker 6 live anytime at 6abc.com/weather. the jersey shore was filled with the sounds of holiday music last night. ♪
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the action cam dropped in on a sing along on the atlantic city boardwalk. the cast of tropicana's holiday magic show was joined joined by the hammonton choir to sing the classics. the crowd was encouraged to join in.
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>> the boss is coming to down, bruce springsteen and the e street band is coming to philadelphia. their nine week tour across america includes a february 12 show at the wells fargo center. tickets to the tour go on sale december 11th. all new at theaters this weekend a christmas horror film and modern version of two classic tales.
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here's tamala edwards. >> reporter: we have a new slate of movies at the box office this weekend. while the holiday season represents a magical time of year, a ancient myth warns about something dark and sinister. >> how many shells do you have? >> a couple of in my pockets, why. >> the best bet is to stay put, board up the doors and windows. as soon as we find here we'll go. >> reporter: young matt turns his back on christmas after his dysfunctional family argues. he unleashes the rath of a horned beast who punishes adults at christmastime and kids, too. it forces his family to fight for each other. a modern day ancient
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adaptation of the greek play. >> film is set against the backdrop of gang murder in chicago. the girl member of the gang leader gets others to object stain from sex until they get them to he agree to end the violence. it's an all star cast. we have a 21st century update of shake pears classic. oscar noe
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film is set in the 17th century scotland who murders macbeth. you can find out where any of these films are playing by using their internet read cell phone or -- ready cell phone or lab let by going to 6abc.com. for channel 6 "action news" i'm tamala edwards. we give you relief from your cold & flu. you give them a case of the giggles. tylenol® cold helps relieve
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everyone, 6:54 saturday morning, what a day we have in store for you, a lot of sunshine, once again, temperatures above average. we're shooting for a high of 54 degrees, normally we should are around 48. why has it been so mild over the last 30 to 45 days here? it's all because of an area of low pressure that's sitting in the gulf of alaska. the winds are looking like, we are seeing the pacific jet ride across the lower 48 and it's brought mild air across the entire country. what we need to happen for the pattern to flip and get arctic air into the lower 48. we need that low to pull away and he be replaced by an area of high pressure, the winds blow clockwise around the high and the winds look like. you start to tap into the cold up in canada. if you're a snow lover, a big winter weather fan, i don't see
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this happening anytime soon. the next week to ten days it's going to be very, very mild. >> need more storage space, but don't want to blow your holiday budget on new cabinets. the designers at the live well network have a project that will save you a bundle. >> reporter: custom storage in your home can be a luxury, totaling thousands of dollars. we found cabinets for a craft room renovation. we found a bunch of different cabinets that we are putting together to put together a cohesive unit. we have a large tall one. this will be one side of the tab net and we have the smaller units that go above. and we have another side over here. the way we're doing this is by sanding down every cabinet really nice to get the glossy finish off then we are painting
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it act with -- a blue. we're adding wood planks for a desk top to give it a chic cottage feel. we got this for 60 bucks. not too shabby chic. tune into knock it off sunday nights at 7:00 p.m. on the live well network. next week the designers will show you how to extend your craft table so you don't have to rush out and buy a new one. a man in canada learns the hard way no driving and texting law extent to the drive through lanes.
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>> good morning, it is 7:00 a.m., saturday, december 5.
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here's some of the stories we're following on "action news," an elderly couple is rush to the hospital after being overcome by carbon monoxide poisoning inside their philadelphia home overnight. a police chase comes to an end after slamming into a tree in delaware county. >> plus a cold start to the weekend, do you have to bundle up? let's go outside to the man who knows. you're not bundle up. >> reporter: it is kind of cold out here, we're at 28 degrees in fleetwood and slatington and 29 in pottstown. coatsville, 30, saint david 29 degrees. they also temperatures are where they should be for this time of the year. glassboro, 34. cinnaminson, 30. woodbine 30. the pine barrens in southern new jersey are in the upper

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