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hotel ends with at least 23 people dead and police say two of the attackers are women. the new travel warning for pregnant women. health leaders say avoid more than a dozen countries because of a virus linked to birth defects. those stories and more in just a few minutes, but first the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. the cold, bone chilling. >> reporter: it is bone chilling, teeth chattering, puffy coat and boots with the fur cold. i can't believe i just remembered all that, actually. here's the view as we look live on sky6 live hd. we're down in cape may holding on to cloud cover this morning. there's actually a few areas of drizzle and mist taking place, as well. by afternoon we'll see the skies brighten up, it will be a decent day. 44 in philadelphia. millville, 44.
allentown, 40. poconos showing 36 degrees. visibility becoming an issue now in parts of the area, but a lot of numbers are starting to improve as that northeasterly continues to -- nor'easter continues to pull away. poconos, 1 1/2, wilmington, 1 and three mills in millville. snowing pretty good in upstate vermont and new hampshire. the majority of the system was rain across the mid atlantic and the northeast. cloud cover to the west clearing taking place across the virginias and the carolinas. that is heading this way. it's a damp start, otherwise clouds and sunshine, mild, 52 degrees is the forecasted high. winds picking up later this afternoon out of the northwest 15 to 25 miles per hour. you get the idea the skies brighten up later on. lunchtime, 49. 2:00 p.m., 50 degrees, 4:00 p.m., 47 shooting for the high of 52. when i come back in a few minutes, we'll talk about the
bone chilling changes. let's get to the breaking news we've been following all morning. a man is in custody after a barricade situation in west philadelphia. this started around 4:30 a.m. on the 4900 block of chestnut street. neighbors heard gunshots from a third floor of a house there, police and s.w.a.t teams were called out. this is new video showing the s.w.a.t teams going into that home. the gentleman on the third floor was initialingly hesitant to come out -- initially hes hesitant to come out. we had to take the time to deconflict the situation. the man came out peacefully. no charges were filed at this time. septa had to reroute some of the buses while the ordeal windows going on. new this morning, a man is recovering after a shooting in north philadelphia. police think he may have been
the victim of an attempted robbery. the action cam was at the scene as the police searched the home on east somerset street. the victim was shot in the leg. officers believe it was an attempted holdup. the shooter is still on the run. the victim is in stable condition. a car ended up on the front lawn of a home in southwest philadelphia. this is new video of a crash on south 67th street and chester avenue. another car plowed into a parked car. the driver and passenger are being treated in the hospital. they are expected to be okay. big buzz about this today, the alleged e-mail that could jeopardize the criminal case against bill cosby. could it be a case breaker. according to cnn, former montgomery county district attorney sent a detailed
agreement he had with cosby's attorney attorneys back in 2005 stating if he testified in a civil case with andrea constand that testimony would not be used in a criminal case. cosby was charged with sexually assaulting constand. his lawyers say it was his testimony ten years ago that led to his arrest. we reached out to caster, and ferman and the current d.a. and have not heard back. the eagles elected doug peterson for the possession of head coach. else the currently the offensive coordinator for the kansas chiefs. a formal announcement cannot be made until they are out of the playoffs. he served as assistant under former coach andy reid. he was quarterback for ten
seasons including one with the eagles. we have tragic information coming in overnight with a hostage standoff in west africa. security forces swarmed a hotel in mali. 23 bodies were found in the headlights, 126 people were pulled out alive. two of the four hostage takers were women. all of the captures were killed in the confrontation, a survivor talks about that time in can a captivity. american special forces offering strategic help bringing an end to the standoff. the hotel, by the way is very popular with americans and other westerns. the coast guard is searching for 12 marines missing off the will a -- the hawaiin
island ofain island. our crews are continuing to search, but because of the large waves, and extreme conditions at night. low visibility is making the search difficult. back here at at home, the family of a world war ii veteran is making a desperate prefor help. someone stole the grandfather's prized possessions hours after his funeral. jeff chirico has the story. >> reporter: patriotic is how these cousin described their grandfather edward joyce who died last week at the age ever 93. the proud navy seaman was rarely seen without his u.s.s. wichita
cap adorned with pins. now the hat and his wedding ring are missing stolen from a car hours after the funeral. to have that stuff taken for no reason, it's a -- if i really wanted to say how i felt about it, wouldn't be good. we want the stuff back. >> reporter: funeral director lisa miller said she accidently left the bag inside her locked minivan outside the mcbride funeral home on east cumberland street. she believes the man in the surveillance image is the person who took off with the possessions wednesday night. i feel terrible, it was left in my care and this happens. philadelphia police collected the bag to dust for fingerprints, meantime, miller is turning to social media to get the word out. i put it on facebook, it's been shared 125 times so far. that stuff is priceless.
>> reporter: priceless for this family. we want those things back they mean something to us. give us the hat and pins back and the ring. that is to us, means more to us than anything. >> reporter: mr. joyce's items were stolen, they asked that they return them with no questions asked. we have a warning for homeowners in philadelphia. a man has approached people saying he was a city inspector. he approached people in homes and told them that their homes were set to be demolished and in one case he asked for money. he is seeking an opportunity from someone who is
elderly or someone on the street. they referenced properties on the block that were scheduled to be demolished. the man was wearing a reflective vest and hard hat and driving a volvo station wagon green, and did not have an i.d.es. licensed inspectors present proper identification. health officials say pregnant women should avoid traveling to latin american and caribbean companies because of a tropical i illness that is linkd to birth defects and linked to moss mosquito bites. pregnant women should consider postponing their trips to 14 places, including, brazil, mexico and puerto rico. you can find a list at our
website 6abc.com, you're going to want to take a look at that. we're glad you're waking up with that. there's much more to come on "action news" saturday morning, including a possible end to the chipotle e. coli outbreak. you'll hear what the company ceo is saying. imagine a car that's able to communicate with pedestrians. we'll have a look at that and other concept cars as we gear up for the philadelphia auto show. got milk? how about green milk, wisconsin milk company is going green a showing for loved for the packers. >> reporter: we have colder changes heading our way, i'll let you know how cold it will get in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
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feeding day. you can't make this stuff up. >> reporter: you have something to say, i'm going to let it go.t feeling your presence. >> reporter: we're down in old city, you can see the clouds holding on pretty good, drizzle taking place, as well. obviously it's damp out there and the skies will brighten up shortly. there's nothing out there at this point, the nor'easter is all the way up through here, across the new england and upstate new york and vermont, new hampshire rain and those areas are picking up snow at this point. 44 degrees, dewpoint, 39. 44 in philadelphia. millville, 40. that's the normal high for this time of year.
we're above that. 36 in the poconos. a pair of 4s for dover. satellite and radar showing the nor'easter passing by. the cold air was not able to wrap in because we have two areas of low pressure one across the coast and the southeastern portions of canada. combine the two, they were flooding the area with warm air. there's not much cold to draw into. therefore it was rain as it ran up the east coast. you had to go into canada to pick up any of the snow that was following. there's the clipper system behind omaha, nebraska. behind that clip we have not only snow showers, but brutally cold air that will make a beeline toward the delaware valley. 29 below in bismarck, colder than that north of the u.s./canadian border. winnipeg was 35 below.
that's the air mass that is heading this way. the winds are still out of the south/southwest. sunday it gets cooler as the arctic front gets closer. highs in the 40ss. sunday night into monday, the arctic air pulls in here. future tracker 6 everything clearing out, a lot of low-level clouds, 10:00 a.m., patchy drizzle left over. later this afternoon, combination of sun and clouds, all the rain is long gone. overnight tonight, mainly clear to partly cloudy. sunday we start out with sunshine and the clouds quickly roll on in, there could snow showers even though the model is dry by 7:00. there could snow showers very late in the day as another costal system passes on by to the south and the arctic front approaches to the west. once that crosses the area 8:30, monday morning, single digits
north and west, low teens south and east. this will probably be the coldest air mass of the season so far. 4:30 tuesday, 5 below in the poconos, single digits for everyone e everybody else. you'll need the winters weather gear. sunday, mild a decent afternoon after a damp start. jersey shore, windy, 52 degrees atlantic city. that's the high temperature for philadelphia today. some sunshine by afternoon, winds picking up out of the northwest 15 to 25 miles per hour. turning colder overnight tonight. partly cloudy, 26 degrees outlying suburbs 29 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows, began, this is probably going to be the coldest week of the season so far. 20s for monday and tuesday, both days windchills stuck in the teens. 38 mostly sunny wednesday, thursday becoming cloudy, 39 degrees. friday, some sunshine expected to start and the clouds roll in
maybe a shower late and 42. the funny thing as we get into the end of next weekend and the following week we're back in the 50s easily again. the funny thing you had a great graphic going i posted it on instagram and twitter. >> reporter: we altogether put that together. good stuff. because we're dealing with the cold. folks like to remind you, stay with 6abc.com/weather throughout the mlk weekend. you can rely on storm tracker 6 live for whatever comes our way.
packers win and the team -- if the fans like it, they will keep make i go it. it -- make it. chipotle said the e. coli outbreak is coming to an end. it began back in october and has affected dozens of people in nine states. chipotle said it is taking additional steps to make sure the food is safe. it is planning to close all of its restaurants next month to hold staff meetings on food safety and start a new marketing campaign to lure customers back in. the north american international auto show has taken over detroit this week. adam joseph has more on what that means for car lovers in philadelphia. >> reporter: the honda civic and the xc90 took home the awards in
the motor city. we sold 17.5 million vehicles in 2015. we're selling the best cars, the highest quality cars. >> reporter: the record numbers have motivated manufacturers. the dealers will see new products and advance products, a ton of new stuff. >> reporter: whether it was the force awakens fiat 500. the concept cars are closer to reality. nissan communicates with peth -- pedestrians. just a year ago, the chevy volt was a concept. now it's in production with a range of 200 miles and price tag around $30,000. all the excuses you would normally have for not buying. >> reporter: while green cars
are a priority, luxury is on the manufacturer's minds, as well. these are vehicles for those who have worked hard and would like to reward themselves. more leather and more chrome. >> reporter: lincoln has a redesigned continental, the first time it has produced since 2002. the powerball winner might like the automotive force one goes zero to 60 in 8 seconds. for auto lovers in philadelphia you can expect to see motown magic at the philadelphia auto show on january 29. the love affair is here and throughout the country. our 6abc team will have a
full preview of the philadelphia auto show coming up on january 30th. join adam, karen, ducis and melissa and alicia for a look at all the cool cars coming to philadelphia. i love doing the red carpet interviews, because philadelphia turns out for the black tie bash. still ahead on "action news" this morning. a look at the eagles new coach and why it is said he is the right pick up next.
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and a formers eagles coach weighs in on doug peterson. here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: jeffrey lori and howie roseman weighed in on the eagles coach search. but behind the scenes former player ron jaworski was throwing in his 2 cents, as well. he had the extensive book with the confidential information on all the potential coaches. jaws sat in on some of the interviews during the search. in the end he believes the chief's offensive coordinator is the right guy for the eagles. doug peterson i believe will wow the town. there were incredible candidates, there were, that's what made the decision so hard. it's great it was not an easy decision. we all talked long, hard and lengthy about hiring the right head coach.
it was not like it was instantaneous and let's more on. there were good candidates, at the end of the day the eagles got it right. >> reporter: jaws wouldn't say whether he was the number one choice, whether he was or not, dick vermeal tells us, that doesn't matter, because he wasn't the eagles number one choice back in 1976 and vermeil led them to the super bowl. jamie apody caught up with the former eagles coach. vermeil said he was the eagles third choice behind joe paterno. he said his peterson's background as a quarterback and learning under andy reid is a plus. i hope everyone rallies around him. not looking for the. >> reporter: espn tells "action news" peterson will get a four year deal with an option for a 35th year.
peterson cannot be officially hired until the chiefs are out of the playoffs which could happen as early as tonight. this is a situation where jeffrey lori wanted to get control of the team back to the front office. he can do that. peterson will coach the team, howie rose hahn will run -- roseman will run the front office and beater son will get along with of people -- peterson will get along with people the way chip kelly did not. >> reporter: eagles wanted to bring ben macadoo but when the giants got wind he of it, they hired him him as their coach. tom coughlin was being considered as coach until the very end. jeff skeverski have a good day. five passengers suffered
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car careens down a 35-foot embankment in delaware. could there be a solution to all the traffic troubles on the schuylkill expressway? we'll break down penndot's new plan. but first, let's go outside to meteorologist chris sowers and the accuweather forecast. a rainy start to the morning. >> reporter: most of the rain has pulled away and skies are starting to brighten up, as i speak the sun is shining through. it's going to be mild with temperatures in the 50s. 44 in philadelphia at this hour. 44 in millville. wilmington, 45. allentown, 40. poconos 36, 44 in sea isle city. dover checking in at 45. north and west of philadelphia, we have a little bit of patchy fog, everybody's doing all right in the visibility department there. philadelphia, 7 miles. millville, 4. lancaster, 2. reading down to 2 1/2, same number for allentown and the poconos, 1.5. as the storm continues to pull away it will take the fog along
with it. as we look at the bottom of the screen we're seeing clearing across the virginias and the carolinas. washington, d.c. and baltimore reporting 45 at this point. after a damp start we'll go a combination of sun and clouds, it will be mild with a high of 52 degrees. the normal for this time of the year is 40. so we're about 12 degrees above average. turns a little bit colder tomorrow, but still compared to january standards it is mild day and really turning colder sunday night into monday morning as the next arctic shot arrives, bitter windchills. we'll break it down in the seven-day forecast. we'll see how long it sticks around when i see you in just a few minutes. bad weather is to blame for a rough ride for miami me bound passengers. this was a frightening situation. people hit their heads, a flight attendant had to be rushed to the hospital. abc's eva pilgrim has the story.
>> reporter: coming off on a stretcher an american airline flight attend with a bloody nose after the plane was tossed around in the sky injuring here and five of the 159 passengers on boards. we have a flight attendant with a broken nose. one of thetewartesss had a broken nose. >> reporter: the pilots hit a storm. the airline confirming this morning that the boeing 737 hit severe turbulence flying through south florida. it was like a rollercoaster. everybody was afraid. everybody not in seat betls were flying up and hitting their heads on the top of the plane. >> reporter: it wasn't the only flight coming into miami to feel
mother nature's wrath, more than 60 flights were delayed during the the storms on friday. it was bad. it was bad. we flew out of our seats and grabbed each others hands we were freaking out. that was abc's eva pilgrim with that report. back here at home, this morning a man is recovering after a serious crash in delaware. the action cam was on the scene last night on the 200 block of upper pike creek road in pike creek. police say the driver lost control and hit a utility pole and went down a 35-foot embankment. crews took the person to the hospital with non-life threaten injuries. 6,000 reward is on the table in a new year's eve shooting case. philadelphia police have released this sketch of the suspect. they say that man shot a 75-year-old woman in the face on new year's eve. now it happened on the 7100 block of montique street.
the shooter demanded she hand over her purse, she refused and he shot her in the face. penndot may have found a fix for all the congestion on the schuylkill expressway. officials are considering whether to open another lane each way between city avenue and king of prussia. dann cuellar has the details. >> reporter: a sea of red tail lights, a common seen on the schuylkill expressway. the area between route 202 and route 1 found by aaa to be among the 50sest worst bottle necks in the country. there were ideas talked about including buildings a double decker. that idea shot when they counted the billions dollars needed to do. anyone who travels
interstate 76 inside the enormous traffic volume on the roads. they are looking at operational enhancements that can be done in the short term. >> reporter: the proposal would require extensive engineering because shoulder widths along the expressway vary and then there's this pressing question. what happens if there's an emergency. how do vehicles get out of the way of an ambulance or other emergency vehicles. >> there's a lot of details that need to be worked out. >> reporter: so what do motorists think? i think it is a great idea. it's congested enough as it is. with the bottle neck that happens after king of prussia. if traffic flows a little bit better that's a agreed idea. it cuts down on congestion and traffic. it would be a nightmare there there was a dangerous accident and somebody was hurt or a fire. you'd never get emergency vehicle through. >> reporter: as you can see one
burning enigma that remains unsolved. penndot will finish its study and make a decision by the spring. dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." we have learned new information about people massacred in a western african hotel. 18 victims were from 23 different countries. overnight security forces saved 126 people from the hotel in burkina faso, two of the hostage takers were women. it was horrible because everyone was panicked and laying down on the floor. there was blood everywhere. they were shooting at people at pointer blank. the -- at pointblank. 9:38, so much more to come on "action news" this morning. they didn't win the whole
powerball jackpot, but today these delaware workers are taking home a nice chunk of change. we have their story. in "healthcheck" looking to cut out belly fat? saying no to soda and other sugary drinks. and we'll get a check on the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" returns. so glad you stayed with us,
family claimed their share of the record-breaking jackpot powerball. john and lisa robinson posed with a 528 million-dollar check. they will get a lump sum of 327 million bucks. they plan to go to work on monday. lisa works at a dermatology office and john is a warehouse supervisor. that's all we've done all our lives is work. you just can't sit down and lay down and not do nothing any more. i mean, how long you going to last? well, they say they will go back to work monday, we don't know how long they will work for. they plan to pay off their daughter's college loans and buy her a horse. two other grand prize winners have yet to come forward. meanwhile, could workers from delaware won a million dollar
ticket. >> reporter: employees here at union park honda pulled their money together for the wednesday's lottery. they didn't win the grand prize, but they did win a pretty penny. i was flabbergasted. i said no way. >> reporter: terry didn't know she won a million dollars until the morning after the lottery drawing. lee watched the drawing live and began checking his numbers. i was about halfway through them, and one of my guys called me, and said did you get to it. i said i don't know what you're talking about. he said we have been five numbers. 18 employees will split the million bucks, that's 55 grands, 41 after taxes. if you're lucky, you're lucky. i just went to bed and didn't find tout until the morning. >> reporter: bob had a a couple of rough years health wise, he
choak up a bit -- choked up a bit talking about the sorely-needed money. the money is not enough to retire, but it's a nice chunk of change. still kind of surreal, incandescent grasp what i am going to do with it yet. nice down payment on a house. >> reporter: they bought 90 tickets in three different states, but the winning one came from landhope farms in ken net square. they turned in their ticket and this is a copy. now they are waiting for their checks. >> reporter: the lottery tells us the winners will get the can checks in the mail sometime in the next four to six weeks. chad perdelli channel 6 "action news." i'm live on periscope because we're so excited about the graphic you're about to show us. >> reporter: because of the brutal cold that's heading this way monday and tuesday, weather service has not issued any
advisory yet, so we put our creative minds together and this is the advisory we came up with, monday and tuesday, bone chilling, teeth chattering, puffy coat shivering boots with the fur alert. in other words you'll need everything you have in the closet for monday and tuesday. it's going to be cold out there, perhaps the coldest air mass of the season mores in. this time it will hit and hold. airports we get a -- a lot times we get a cold shot and it doesn't stick around here. double scan live, we had a little bit of cloud cover left over, but look at the blue now. skies are starting to clear, we'll see a combination of sun and clouds and mild temperatures again, really that facilities the theme of the week -- fits the theme of the week, we've been all over the place in the temperature department.
monday, 35, tuesday, 46. wednesday, down to 39. windchills single digits and teens. thursday, 46 and yesterday was not that bad, we topped out at 53. today we'll be a degree or two lower, 351 -- 51 or 52. 44 in allentown. the poconos 36. there goes the nor'easter taking the rain and heavy snow along with it. watching the game in new england this afternoon it will be gone at that point. we'll see the combination of sun and clouds for the start of the game. here's a closer look on the water vapor image. there's the nor'easter pulling away, the drier air is working in on the the backside. philadelphia is here, here's new england look at how far north and west the rain/snow line is. that's unusual for this time of the year. a lot of in the middle of janl you get the -- january, you get
the cold arctic air to the north. there's no arctic air to the north. as the low came up the coast, there was no cold air. it was rain saturday rainfall a quarter of a an inch to 3/4 of an inch south and east. we needed the rain and we got it. mainly clear overnight tonight, temperatures in the upper 20s and low 30s. sunday morning we'll start out with a sliver of sunshine. the clouds will increase again and then we'll see a little bit of snow shower activity develop late in the day on sunday as the arctic front arrives from the west we'll get a small little disturbance pushing off the carolina coastline. once the arctic front pulls through, watch whams. tomorrow afternoon -- watch what happens. tomorrow afternoon, women's in the 20s and 30s.
monday, single digits north and west, minus 3 in the poconos. maybe tomorrow monday you're off heading into the higher elevations to do skiing, bundle up. zero is what it feels like monday afternoon. 8 in in alejandro alejandro in n allentown. a whopping 6 degrees in millville. a gradual increase in sunshine 50 degrees by 2:00 p.m. anticipating a high of 52. north and west we go 44 in lancaster, reading, 47 allentown, 46 are a damp start otherwise a combination of sun and clouds this afternoon. partly cloudy and colder tonight, 26 in allentown. 29 in philadelphia. 28 in millville. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 52 degrees today 42 tomorrow, mostly cloudy, a snow shower is possible late in the day, but it doesn't look like it will amount to all that much. the bigger story is the cold air. 28 monday, 29 tuesday,
windchills both days single digits and teens. happened last weekend we got a tease and we got hit. >> reporter: this is a sucker punch. what if you don't have boots with the fur. >> reporter: go to the store right now. put it on chris' tab. we have dramatic video from pasaic county in north jersey. a firefighter crawling across iced pond so save a 6-month-old german she heard. the rescuer had to go into the water to get him. he wasn't happy to see us, he was frightened and scared and decided to fight us a lot. once he figure out what was going on here, the dog crawled out on his own. everyone everyone was okay, including the little guy.
news this morning, a fire has been brought under control at a delaware county apartment building, but it has taken a toll. fire starting on the 4 floor of an apartment on north front street. we're learning new information this morning, of course checking on any injuries. no word so far. investigators are on the scene looking into what sparked the blaze. time 9:52, here's a look at what's happening in and around the delaware and lehigh valleys this weekend. shake off the winter blues and head to the greater philadelphia expo center in oaks, montgomery county for the philly home and garden show. you can find inspiration for your home and renovation projects. plus fully manicured featured gardens to give you ideas of your own. it's happening today from 20:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and
tomorrow 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. a local basketball prodigy went to play ball at villanova, and became a filmmaker. this week he brought his documentary in transition to show students at the prep middle school in the tioga nicetown section of the city. it's focus is overcoming adversity and he listened to the kids and spoke from the heart. he said find the positive influences in your life and know they are not always found at home. if you're heart is not into something, stop doing it, find your passion and never do it for the money. also, always pay it forward. i like giving back, this is more important than anything, you guys are the future. if i can give back my knowledge
and information and there's one or two things you can learn something today, that's a positive for me. that's what it is about. listen to this, tony said his mother didn't live long enough to see his success so never be mad at your mom for calling you too much. great story. in helmet check, here's a reason to skip the sugary drinks, a study said they can lead to unwanted belly fat. people who drink a sugar-sweetened beverage everyday gained 30% more abdominal fat over 6 years. it's the dangerous type that raises the risker of heart attack and stroke.
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xarelto® is the number one prescribed blood thinner in its class. well that calls for a round of kevin nealons. make mine an arnold palmer. same here. with xarelto® there is no regular blood monitoring and no known dietary restrictions. treatment with xarelto® was the right move for us. ask your doctor about xarelto®. weather. >> reporter: failure mild today and the -- fairly mild today and the bottom drops out tomorrow afternoon. clear conditions, snow shower late in the day tomorrow. 20s monday and tuesday, windchills in the teens. that's cold. chris thank you. jack hanna's "wild countdown" next on channel 6. "action news" continues later today. thank you for watching, make it a great day.
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