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>> reporter: good morning, january 14, it's going to be a little warmer today. >> reporter: it's going to feel more comfortable, even though we are on the cold side. storm tracker 6 live double scan southeastern pennsylvania is dry, delaware dry, in south jersey especially in northern atlantic county there's a quick-moving light snow shower moving through. there's not much else behind it. satellite and radar, shows you a lot of cloud cover this morning, but we'll transition to a sun and clouds mix as we go later into the morning and into the afternoon. as i mentioned we're starting out cold, 27 degrees in philadelphia right now. to in allentown. 26 in wilmington, 32 in sea isle city. 22 in trenton. with winds so much lighter. it's at least a little easier to take. on the bus stop you want to dress the kids warmly, but we're not talking about windchills all that strongly. 25 degrees by 6:00. 26 degrees by 8:00. cold and cloudy, but not as
bitter as yesterday. this afternoon, 26 degrees by 8:00 a.m. noon, 38. we'll he go for a high of 43 which is ten degrees better than yesterday and 20 to 25 degrees better in terms of how of feels. yesterday we had windchills in the teens. we're looking at rain to start out the weekend, karen rogers i have that on future tracker 6 coming up in a couple couple. >> reporter: we had traffic nightmares yesterday from beginning to end. looking good on the schuylkill expressway eastbound traffic heading toward the vine moving fine. the vine is fine, no overnight construction, so it's open, westbound/eastbound moving okay. some light volume. west philadelphia, rogers street near race street we have a basement fire it's under control. you may see crews around the area. sixers play at 7:00 p.m., you'll
see extra congestion in south philadelphia. we have an accident southbound at red lion road in the outer drive, if you're heading to the boulevard stay to the inner drive to avoid delays there. developing overnight, powerball's record jackpot will be split at least three ways, that's how many tickets match the $1.6 billion drawing. they are sold in california, and florida and tennessee. we go to chino hills, california that's where the winning ticket was sold and crowds showed up to celebrate. good morning, lauren. >> reporter: they did, crowds showed up, but the winner was not here, nonetheless, someone who shopped at this california 7-eleven is one in 292 million. those were the odds of winning the jackpot and powerball. officials say a winning ticket was sold here.
can you believe it, america, a wild record jackpot is coming to you right now. >> reporter: it was more than billion dollar moment people across u.s. were waiting for. now to your winning powerball number, good luck to you, it is number 10 tonight. >> reporter: at that moment undoubtly changing the life of the lucky powerball player who bought one of the winning tickets here at this chino, california 7-eleven. crowds of people showing up last night after it was revealed. i'm very happy and excited. it's almost like we won even though we didn't, because our community won. >> reporter: call it a sign of powerball fever sweeping the nation. tickets selling at a frenetic pace of $1.3 million a minute during rush hour. drawing long lines inspiring people to cross state borders from powerful ball 3 nevada into
california. crossing national borders in the case of canadians like this. everyone has the fever. >> reporter: 300 million tickets sold wednesday. for a prize that got too big to sit on billboards, but the cash value comes close, lottery officials reporting it comes out $983.5 million. and it is not just the jackpot winners who scored, powerball reports 7 states had two, 2 million-dollar winners, 23 states $1 million, the jackpot this saturday back town 0 a measly, 40 million bucks. i'm sure somebody will be glad to take the 40 million. let's look at the powerball numbers because there are match five tickets in new jersey and
pennsylvania, 4, 8, 19, 27, 34 with a powerball of 10. results are scrolling along the bottom of the screen. new this morning, two philadelphia police officers suffered minor injuries when a driver slammed into the side of their unmarked patrol car. police tape surrounded the sense in the kensington section overnights. the 20-year-old driver struck the pa -- patrolmen with his nissan and tried to runaway. we'll tell you what else police discovered at the time of the arrest coming up in a live report. a pregnant woman was a passenger in a pick up that crashed on the schuylkill expressway. police say the truck actually flipped over the median at the university city exit around 2:30. the driver was heading westbound when he lost control and landed on the other side. both he and the expecting woman are said to be in stable condition. police in west philadelphia
are investigating a deadly stabbing. a walgreens security guard found the victim in the parking lot of the drugstore after 8:00 p.m., on north 36th street. the man was stabbed multiple times and died at the hospital. the walgreens was open at the time this went on, police are looking at surveillance video. fbi james comey will visit the fbi office this morning. he said the police shooting of jesse hartnett was a terrorist attack. the suspect pledges allegiance to isis and an anonymous tip came in saying archer was part of a larger group of isis inspired plotters and the threat to philadelphia police was not over. a married pastor wanted in chester county on child rape charges is expected to surrender by the end of the week. police received a call from his lawyer, the 33-year-old is
accused of molesting a 17-year-old who came to live with his family in exton. colleagues say the girl is pregnant and might not be malone's first victim. he resign from the church and is out of the countries. a philadelphia elementary school will be closed after a boiler exploded at franklin edmund school in oak lane. the school is expected to open next week once the heating system is repaired. it's a cold morning to fight a fire, that's what firefighters have been doing, this is a live picture in west philadelphia. a fire broke out in a basement and spread to the first floor of the house. two people inside were able to get out, they had to jump from a second story porch roof. we have two adults and four children displaced from the
fire. the red cross will help them out, the action cam is live at the fire scene right now. turning to david murphy, i got my car washed yesterday, the guy said he was sorry the chemicals were frozen. >> reporter: we are mainly dry, a fast-moving snow shower off the coast, it's not doing much, because it's passing by so quickly. as we look outside, we have cloud cover across the region. there will be sunny breaks later this morning and we'll see more sunshine as the day goes on. starting out gray. temperatures is 27 degrees, we're cold, notice how the winds running out of the south only at 8 miles per hour, so the windchill is not nearly the factor that it was yesterday. and we are more comfortable, although, obviously, you need extra gear against the 27-degree
temperature. there's the cloud cover, but we are expecting breaks in the clouds later on and we should winds up transitioning to a sun and clouds mix. 26 degrees by 8:00 a.m. this afternoon you'll want coats and gloves, we're gerkt than yesterday. 4 -- 38 degrees by 5:00 a.m., still on the chilly side there. all these numbers representing improvement. 38 in allentown. 40 in trenton. 45 in millville. mid 40s down the shore. as we take a look at tomorrow, we have a front coming through that will turn the winds out of the south on a we'll get up to 50 degrees for the high. a lot better, ten degrees above average. late tomorrow night there's a chance of rain moving in from the next system coming up from the south.
we're looking at a quarter of an inch of rain from that. future tracker 6, we have the rain pushing in. 7:30 a.m. saturday, raining pretty good, but it looks like it is out of here by lunchtime in most neighborhoods. the seven day from accuweather today, abdomin -- an improved afternoon, high of 43. tomorrow, mild high of 50. rain holding off until night. sunday, 48 the high and chilly. sunday, chilly, back to 40 degrees, it will feel cooler on sunday, than saturday. and speaking of cooler, it will be down right cold on monday, brisk for martin luther king, 33 degrees, windchills in the teens and staying colder tuesday and wednesday. deadly explosion rock a cafe in in indonesia overnight.
this is not your usual shipment of carrots. border patrol thought it looked a little funny. >> reporter: we're not seeing delays, and looking good, a new accident in new jersey, details in the suburban traffic report. an nfl player and his wife are expecting twins. there's a reason that's a very big surprise.
you have your christmas tree up, don't worry because ardmore has its christmas stuff up. it looks beautiful. that's a live shot from lancaster avenue in ardmore. good to know that, i'm giving my husband a hard time, he put stuff up, and now you have to take it down. >> reporter: you don't want to be the people in the spring with their stuff up. we have an accident at walnut street. police on the scene. we have construction that cleared on 295 southbound but it's out here on 30 westbound for another half-hour or so it blocks the right lane. let's go outside delaware county, a live look at the blue
route, coming in from broomall and lima, we have no problems roads are dry, we have a passing snow shower coming through, but not seeing anything there. coming in from west whiteland township, schuylkill expressway expressway, 29 minute ride on the waze app. no problems. temperatures it's cold out there, 27 degrees in philadelphia. windchills feels like the teens in the city. yesterday we never made it out of the 20s, it was so cold. today's high, 43 much better clouds and sun, which is good, because this afternoon i'll be selling girl scout cookies, today is the first day, if you're going out today, 43 degrees i can take that. save me ten boxes. indonesian police say five suspected terrorists are dead after carrying out coordinated attacks similar to paris. the gurns -- guns and bombs went
over near a starbucks, the coffee company said a customer was hurt. all locations in jakarta are closed as a precaution. the president said the situation is under control. no specific terror group has claimed responsibility. an olympic gold medalist faces assault charges stemming from a fight with her father. the champion skier called 911 and dismitted to pushing -- admitted to pushing her father down the stairs and locked him in the basement. street is expected to plead not guilty. good morning will have more on the arrest after "action news." drug smugglers used a fresh approach to getting drugs in the u.s.
border patrol found three thousand shaped carrots smuggling pot into the u.s. antonio cromartie is going to have twins. vasectomies are not full proof. vasectomy is not 100% reliable in preventing pregnancy. clearly. next up, it's the sweetest time of year the girl scouts are ready to temple your sweet tooth. members of the military will enjoy jersey shore beaches for free. >> reporter: it's cold this morning, under mainly cloudy skies, this afternoon the kids will still need a coat although we're going to get into the 40s. i'll have the day planner and let you know how the numbers will climb coming up next.
♪ lease a 2016 lincoln mkz for $289 a month only at your lincoln dealer. veterans and current members of the armed forces will enjoy free days down the shore this summer. a new state law allows service members to use their military i.d. for certain beaches. it applies to their spouses and children and given everything they do for us i think it's a great idea. >> reporter: looking at the beach, let's all go together. i-95 we have a disabled vehicle, penndot is in the median, i-95 southbound by the airport. as you head toward delaware county you have to watch for this guy right now. he is stuck, it's so cold out there, i think sometimes the cars don't want to work.
we had an accident boulevard southbound at red lion road, moving better, the accident itself was in the outer drive causing restrictions. now all lanes are open. i-95 in delaware, 495 to 92 an easy 12 minute ride in both directions, assuming along at 5 miles per hour -- zooming along at 55 miles per hour. mass transit another cold start, dave. >> reporter: we are in the 20s but not as much wind, so not as harsh. here's where the numbers are going today in case you put off running errands as idy in the bitter told. 28 degrees by 9:00. noon, well above freezing at 38. this afternoon, mix of sun and clouds, 43 degrees, a little bit breezy but not as cold as yesterday matt and tam. you can find storm tracker
6 live radar at 6abc.com/weather. the neshaminy basketball coach getting physical with a referee faces up to 9 days in jail. the school district allowed divine to return to his special education teaching job, but remains suspended from the team. girl scouts set up a cookie booth inside the shops at liberty place in at this time and city hall courtyard. check out the cookie locater to find out where you can buy a box. my mom would buy as many as you needed for the biggest prize and say you're standing outside the supermarket until you get them all sold. a broken soar pipe forside.
there's a ten thousand dollar reward for info that leads to an arrest or conviction. we have update on the broken sewer main in south jersey. it's fixed. chopper 6 was over head as repairs were set to start yesterday afternoon. rpts were asked to -- residents were asked to limit water use ever since the pipe burst. that restriction has been lifted. in flint michigan there are cases of legionnaires disease is on the rise. health experts are trying to figure out if there's a connection to the tainted water supply. the tap water became contaminated after too much led after it switched the water supply to save money. members of the national guard are in flint to distribute bottled waters and other supplies. atlantic city has been on a losing streak new jersey lawmakers introduced a bill to add more casinos.
atlantic mayor said that will competition will hurt the casinos more. city council president said the resort town wants to keep governorring itself. another possibility being discussed for atlantic city is filing for bankruptcy, it's really bad. 35:57. they say good things come in threes. that's how many powerball tickets matched all the numbers in the $1.6 billion party. people had a party where one was sold. a driver hits a patrol car with two police officers inside. a live report is up next.
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6:00 a.m., thursday, january 14 and developing this morning. we have a winner! , plus two more in the historic powerball drawing. find out where the winning tickets were sold. we're following an accident that sent two philadelphia police officers to the hospital. accuweather is tracking a warmup, plus some rain before the terms plummet again. tracking a warmup sounds good after yesterday. let's find out about that with david murphy and karen rogers has traffic, good morning. >> reporter: all right, guys we're off to a cold start, certainly cold enough for coats and gloves. take a look at satellite, a lot of cloud cover around this morning, we'll see breaks in the clouds as we go through the morning and in the afternoon. and a couple of snow showers earlier, they are pretty much off the map now. they were very quick and putting down nothing more than flurries. 27 degrees. 21 by allentown. 26 in wilmington. this aer