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police at a donald trump rally in california. get ready for a weekend soaking. it's dry out there now, but rain is on the the way. let's get the accuweather forecast, with meteorologist chris sowers you said you saw the sun a moment ago. >> reporter: for a quick minute. let's go live on sky 6. looking at the center city skyline. we're starting to see the cloud deck thin out. we're seeing the peeks of sunshine that's what we expect throughout the day. mainly cloudy and limited sunshine. on a positive you'll see the sun today, it's been a while. 51 in philadelphia. 50 in cape may. millville, 49. trenton, 49. 50 is the number for wilmington and dover. the last three days we've been stuck in the 50s because of the all the cloud cover and the east/northeasterly wind it mated it chilly and raw. the good news we see sunshine out there, this afternoon, only to see the clouds roar back in,
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that gives way to rain as we head into tomorrow. some of that will come down at a good clip. forecast this afternoon, cloudy, sun throughout the day. the sunshine even though it's limited will get us into the 60s. 1:00 p.m., 60. 3:00 p.m., 63. 5:00 p.m., 63. it's warmer than the past few days, but five degrees below average for this time of the year. double scan live is showing the rain that's heading this way tomorrow is hammering away at the ohio and tennessee valleys where we are seeing severe weather down to the south. even though we'll see rain we'll not see severe weather. no thunderstorms, just downpours. i'll see you in just a bit. gray. thank you for the update. 9:01. two people including a 1-year-old child are recovering after a house fire in the port richmond section. that fire started after 6:00 a.m. on the 2800 block of
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tulip street. medics took a 1-year-old boy who had a cut oned head. both are oh, oh, cut on his head. both are expecting to be okay. no cause of the fire. one man is being questioned after a slashing at a center city hotel. two men got into an argument while attending a party at the embassy sweets on the benjamin franklin parkway this morning. one -- embassy suites on the benjamin franklin parkway this morning. one man pulled out a knife and slashed the other in the neck. the victim is in stable condition. the other man is in custody. a s.w.a.t team hit a kensington neighborhood after he shot at his neighbor following a dispute. the neighbor was not shot. the suspect surrendered after an hour and a half. tensions continue to run high over the former "stop and frisk"
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policy. a meeting on the controversial subject came to an abrupt end last night. dann cuellar was there. >> reporter: it was spoaskt -- suppose to be a forum on the controversial "stop and frisk" policy by the former administration. the meeting started with mayor kenny saying he kept his campaign promise to end the unusual stopping and frisking by police officer are supposed to to have reasonable suspicion as allowed by the constitution. [inaudible]. , the mayor apologized for what went on before he took office. but people were not buying it. we are not listening to all this nonsense about the policy and numbers and bleep. >> reporter: the reverend reminded people they were in the house of god and unloaded on the
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mayor himself. "stop and frisk" you'll find more drugs more problems. >> reporter: one lady under attendees to sign a petition to get out of their neighborhoods. i would advice you to -- [inaudible], it's time for us to take back our communities. >> reporter: the mayor try to speak, but kept getting interrupted. but, but, but. >> reporter: soon there is utter chaos. please please please. >> reporter: soon many people who didn't like how things were going began to leave. the tone of the meeting for me is negative coming from the community it seals like an unwillingness to listen. we want a petition signed to get more patrols down here. we have bigger fish to dry we have drug dealing going on and prostitution. i do not want to hear chaos
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and hollering and screaming. i want to hear intelligent solutions. there was supposed to be a lot of intelligent people in that room. >> reporter: the meeting was shut down because of the chaos, no word on when it will be rescheduled, one official said there needs to be a cooling off period. dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." family and friends will gather to say goodbye to a high school student who was beaten inside her school. amy joyner-francis was attacked by 3 fellow students at a girl's bathroom at howard high school of technology nine days ago. sources say she was stabbed with pencil and had her head slammed into a sink. police are working around the clock, but need more time before they file charges in the case. the three girls allegedly involved in the attack have been suspended from school.
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turning now to the race for president, emotional protesters forced donald trump to find another way into a campaign speech. [chanting] demonstrators pushed down barricades and charge police near the republican convention near san francisco. the situation was so volatile trump had to go around a barrier and up a hill using the back way to get into the hotel. some protesters oppose his immigration plan and disparaging remarks about mexico. there's a lot of people standings up against bigotry. >> reporter: trump focused on divisiveness related to him coming from outside the republican party. i speak to the people in the room, there has to be unity
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in the party. the convention was held in a liberal haven known to oppose trump's immigration plan. john kasich spoke at the same convention but he made headlines because of back and forth between a san francisco resident, he said he had been to a gay wedding. are people born gay? probably, i don't know how it works. kasich said there needs to be greater tolerance for individual beliefs. cruz speaks at the california convention today. right now he is campaigning in indiana. indiana's primary is tuesday. hillary clinton is campaigning as if she has secured the democratic
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nomination, next week she stops in michigan, and ohio states that held primaries. challenger, bernie sanders is focusing on winning the indiana primary. there's much more coming up on "action news," including picking the right lawnmower, consumer reports looks at the right brands to buy. it's time to celebrate. a celebration indeed, kids at st. christopher's hospital bust a move during a special daniels party. >> reporter: it's not all gloom and doom in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast we'll see sunshine today, more rain is heading this way tomorrow, but it's warmer next week. details straight ahead when we come right back. so glad you stayed with us,
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it is 9:11, kids of all ages got dressed up for a special kind of prom at saint christopher's hospital for children. jeff chirico has the story. >> reporter: there was singing dancing and a lot of smiling at the saint christopher's hospital prom. more than 50 cancer patients shed their hospital threads for formal ware. it was a night to have fun. 17-year-old kyle davis of
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frankford said he and his family are saying positive as he battles hodgkin's lymphoma. >> reporter: the night is sweet for the o'malley family of northeast philadelphia who is celebrating madeline's remission from leukemia. something happens monthly here, it gets to the point, maddie doesn't want to leave the place. >> reporter: for alex, doing the whip and the nay nay is his favorite way to forget the pain. organizers call this a family prom it's a event for those who are acted by it. families are separated one child is in the hospital, the other child is at home. this is a way for them to be together. i've been here since january. >> reporter: this little girl is battling two rare diseases while
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her family juggles work and two babies at home. it's not easy, but her mom said nights like this help them continue the fight. we celebrate every day. >> reporter: jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." what a great story that was, you go from that to what are you going to bring the people. >> reporter: limited sunshine today and tomorrow not pretty. >> reporter: tomorrow does not look good, but we'll see sunshine today, it's been three days since wive even the sun. very seattle-like around here, low level clouds and raw, not felt like the end of april. most of the months of march was warmer that were the last few days around here. there's the view, clouds shrouding the viewing area. the clouds will dissipate a little bit. double scan live is clear. tomorrow at the same time a completely different story when we see the clouds pushing through.
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dewpoint, 39. pressure reading holding stealed. the winds are out of the northeast at 8 miles per hour shifting in an nor'easter direction that will keep the shorepoints in the mid 50s. everybody else in the low to mid 60s. dover, 50. allentown and reading, close to 50 degrees, cloudy skies throughout the area, actually if you travel down to the virginias and the carolinas there's no break, we're seeing clout cover cover -- cloud cover, there, as well. you have to go eastern portions of georgia to see sunshine this morning. from new england all the way down the coastline we're seeing clouds. across the ohio and tennessee valleys. this is the next storm we're watching spinning its wheels south of omaha. the leading edge of moist gets in here after midnight tonight. it will stick around for the broad street run tomorrow. even in the afternoon we'll looking at a leftover shower and downpours. future tracker 6 clouds thin out, skies brighten up, sun and
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clouds, later on. clouds lowering and thickening overnight tonight. here comes the rain, 5:30 a.m., shield of moisture out to the west. when you see the yellows and oranges that's a good downpour that's falling. 11:00 a.m., you're seeing reds that hints toward a possibility of rumbles of thunder out there. this is good rain falling in the i-95 corridor by 11:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m., the steadiest is gone at that point. we're seeing clouds and leftover showers and leftover downpours throughout the evening hours finally pushing off the coast by the time we get into monday morning. the weekend yourself looks good today -- overall, looks good today, dry, sunshine, tomorrow, a good soaking heaviest in the morning hours. rainfall totals range from half inch to an inch. western suburbs you'll see the heaviest. look for an inch in reading and lancaster and shy of an inch in allentown and philadelphia shy of an inch. you get the idea, good soaking.
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dover, a little bit more than inch. wildwood you'll be the prize winners. 1-1/4. 64 degrees, winds out of the east at 5 to 10 miles per hour. breaking it down hour by hour, 1:00 p.m., 60 degrees, 3:00 p.m., 62. and 5:00 p.m., 6 3. areas of fog, 44 degrees outlying suburbs 48 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, broad street run tomorrow looks very welt. periods of rain, some of it heavy. 64 today. 58 degrees again for tomorrow and then monday more showers are possible early. some sunshine during the afternoon looking at a high of 72. tuesday is okay, 67. combination of sun and clouds. wednesday and thursday, right now we're watching a coastline storm some of the forecast models say it's a hit, others say it pushes out to sea. if it hits us, wednesday and thursday will be wet again
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periods of rain and that's could be a half inch to an inch. if it hits us, we could see sun. the pattern is not our friend. enjoy today. >> reporter: enjoy today. 9:17 the time. national weather service is looking at weather a tornados destroyed part of a texas shopping center. only minor injuries were reported. confirmed tornados touched down in oklahoma and twister warnings posted in louisiana.
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so glad you stayed with us more people are giving airline high marks when it comes to customer satisfaction according to a new report by the american customer satisfaction index. it says u.s. carriers received 72 out of 100 points from travelers. the report said airlines spent what they saved on fuel to improve the flying experience that includes cheaper fares and updated cabins and inflight
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entertainment. a new study finds laundry detergent packets continue to cause a risk for children. it found calls to poison control centers increased 17%. more than 22,000 children mostly under the age of three were composed to gel-like laundry packets. two died. they have set up exaings -- campaigns to emphasize safety. experts recommend parents with kids under the age of 6 use traditional laundry detergent. ready or not, mowing season is here, before you break out the laundry mother or buy a new one there are things you should know, here's nydia han with the details. >> reporter: having to get your lawnmower fixed or having to buy a new one is annoying right. if you're going to get one now,
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make sure it will last. when cutting season begins this is where you want to be with your lawnmower, not here in the repair shop. eric miller has been fictioning fictioning -- fixing mothers for 22 years. -- mowers for 22 years. 20,000 subscribers survey found some brands are better than others, push built are more reliable than ro. conversely honda is a brand you can depend on. each brand has different models, if you choose one from a dependable brand you'll get one that will hold up over time. proper maintenance goes a long
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away. the most common problem is bad gas. it can damage the fuel system and clog up the car bore -- car bore if you have more than a acre to mow, it might be time to consider a riding mower. consumer reports survey find john deere models are more reliable than other brands. nydia han channel 6 "action news." good news this morning, carson wentz is here. ducis sets us up with the new eagles quarterback next in sports.
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so glad you stayed with us, on a saturday morning, 9:25 the time. sky6 live hd giving us a glimpse of the temple camera overlooking center city. you can tell by the picture it is gloomy and gray limited amount of sunshine today and a whole lot of rain tomorrow. chris sowers will update you on the accuweather forecast in just a bit. carson wentz arrived in philadelphia, he is being careful not to compare himself to a hall of famer, plus, the phillies rally against the indians, here's ducis rogers. >> reporter: good morning, he handled the blitz of the philadelphia media yesterday, there's no word when he will hit the field to face a real blitz in a real game. he spent the day meeting team personnel and did countless
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interviews. head coach peterson made the comparison to hall of famer brett farve. i asked him what peterson saw in him to make that statement. competitiveness and fire the will to win, gun slinger mentality little bit let it loose and let it fly type of things. i can see those type of things i've a long way to go to see those things. i'm excited to get to work with them. >> reporter: what are your expectations this coming season? i hope to contribute, i'm not sure what kind of way that will be in, i think i will be ready quicker than most people thing. i want to come in and learn and soak up as much information and knowledge as i can and compete my tail off. round two and three of the nfl draft were held last night. the birds were left with a third
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round pick overall, 79th pick, isaac amallo out of oregon state. offensive line is a need for the birds. for an interior lineman a guy who can play both guard positions and depth of center, as is with the. he is a powerful explosive guy we look forward to getting him in here and getting him going. >> reporter: the phillies have pep in their step, 6 wins in the last 7 games. phils down 3-zip. they get a rally in the 5th inning. carlos ruiz doubles in ryan howard. david lowe the youngster knocked in chooch to make it a 3-2 ballgame. it stays tide until the 11thment howard has two hits already, the third is a walk off homer. the 6th of his career.
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the phillies win 4 in a row. 7 of 8, behind is dancing he probably gets an early, probably cold shower, that's a look at sports this morning, i'm ducis rogers. it is now 9:28 there's much more to come on "action news" saturday morning including "shelter me rescue of the week." >> reporter: i'm david murphy and this fine young lady is val, one of the dogs saved by finding shelter animal rescue the winner in the "shelter me rescue of the week" contest, you'll learn about val coming up along with her friends later on "action news." plus another check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast with meteorologist chris sowers when "action news" saturday at 9:00 a.m. continues. hey mom, i could use some basil. oh, sure thing, sweetie.
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life is eating out of a flower pot. wait where's the? right. it's being a food paparazzi. honey, your rump roast just broke the internet. as it should. and a takeout romantic. dessert! happy anniversary. life is mucho, and grande. life is eating, laughing, loving and a place to enjoy it together.
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news," saturday at 9:00, police are investigating a rollover crash that killed a driver and shut down a busy south jersey road. developing right now there's a search for survivors in kenya after heavy rains caused a building to collapse. snawbl. and american mother ascertain -- and daughter lost a day while hiking new zealand have been found safe. let's go outside to chris sowers, have you found our old friend? >> reporter: he is shining through right now.
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we have bright blue over my shoulder, as well. everything is looking better on city avenue. we'll not see full sunshine today, but compared to the last several days, a little bit. 50 degrees in pottstown and coatsville. kennett square 49. chester 49 and levittown 49 degrees. 51 for smyrna and dover. gandys beach 58 and woodbine 51. jersey shore, you're the warmer locations right now with the easterly breeze kicking in in a matter of hours that will keep you guys chilly later on. expect high temperatures at the shore in the mid 50s, everybody else in the 60s. the cloud cover will eventually thin out later this afternoon and we'll see clouds limited sun throughout the day. penn relays taking place today. no rain if you're a spectator it should be easier to handle this afternoon. it will be warmer, 1:00 p.m. temperature, 60 degrees, 3:00 p.m., 62 and then by
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5:00 p.m., 63. again as we mentioned earlier much cooler at the jersey shore. 64 for philadelphia. 55 down in places like atlantic city avalon and sea isle. chances of rain, 100% chance tomorrow. just about a sure thing. same thing with monday, you'll see it in the morning. tuesday looks good, wednesday and thursday, we have more rain potentially heading this way. it's not a friendly weather pattern for us as we look into next week. beyond it looks better, but we have another five to seven days getting through miserable conditions. i'll talk about that in the seven day when i see you in just a bit. gray. at least you found the sun today. the april showers keep coming and has you covered. there's storm tracker 6 live radar and constant updates from our team of meteorologists you'll be prepared for whatever comes your way. new information to tell you about this morning, a stretch of route 38 in cherry hill is back
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open after a fatal accident there. a car hit a barrier and overturned at church road at 2:45 a.m. the driver was thrown from the car and did not survive. police are not releasing any other information at this time. we're waiting to learn the conditions of three people injured in a rollover crash in egg harbor township. the pick up overturned on a ramp on the garden state parkway and ended up in the woods. medics took the three crash victims to the hospital tore treated. funeral services will be held today for the man shot and killed at a montgomery county church, services for robert braxton iii are set for 1:00 p.m. at keystone church in montgomeryville a fellow church member mark storms is charged with voluntary manslaughter and reckless endangerment. the 16-year-old who was
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brutally beaten inside her wilmington high school will be laid to rest tomorrow. the police have not filed charges in the death of amy joyner-francis. the chief said there's a lot of work to do. chad perdelli has more. discussion continued inside the seas of greatness bible church the sadness over the beating of join join inside the howard high school of technology is raw. the 16-year-old died after getting into a fight in the bathroom last week. amy joyner-francis was stabbed with pencil in her and slammed into a sink. she lost consciousness paramedics tried to revive her and flown to a local hospital and died. three fell students have been suspended, but no charges. wilmington police chief bobby cummings had a press conference,
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but didn't take questions. because there's a lot of work left to do by the detectives and the attorney general office, interns are reviewing evidence and relative facts we are not in a position at this time to file charges. >> reporter: he said tbleek during a town -- this week during a town hall meeting he intends to charge three girls. autopsy results have not been released. they are working around the clock with the full quup -- cooperation of the attorney general's office and they are obligated to the family to do a complete investigation. chad perdelli channel 6 "action news." 9:35 we're following breaks news in texas where we just confirmed a woman and four grandchildren have been killed by flooding in texas. this happen in palestine. no other details have been released. the national weather service is looking into whether a tornado destroyed part of a shopping
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center. protesters in baghdad stormed parallel meant. they climbed over the wall and stormed parliament. protesters have been holding sit-ins and demonstrations for months. this marks the first time they breached the compound walls. 21 people were killed in a deadly car bombing that happened in southeastern baghdad. developing news right now rescue cruise in kenya are -- crews in kenya are searching for survivors after a fatal building collapse. dramatic video shows you a baby being rescued from the be rubble. the residential buildings came down in heavy rains. ten people are dead and 34 others are hurt. it's not clear how many were trapped.
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the 134 were rescued from the rubble there. to the latest on the nfl draft controversy. laramey tunsil there's questions whether he took money from his college coast. he took his college jersey and offered no reason for the alleged hack of his social media attack on nfl draft day. this tweet went out, the hopeful number one pick allegedly wearing a gas mask and smoking. minutes later tumbling to number 13, picked you mean by the
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dolphins, this screen shot sent to his instagram followers, an alleged conversation he had with an ole miss college staffer. asked if he received money from the college coaches if he fesse. ole miss said the university is aware of the reports we'll investigate and fully cooperate with the ncaa and sec. rogerrer -- roger goodell was taking it in stride between mike and mike. he hopefully he'll turn out to be a good player. obviously there were mistakes he made in in israel past we're comfortable with that. all the research we have done we're comfortable with his character. much more to come on "action news" saturday morning
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at 9:00. in "healthcheck" preparing for the broad street run we have last-minute race tips for first timers and experienced runners. look at this, this has to be a first for the nhl playoffs. whether a in the world a black cat scurries across the ice in san jose, we'll explain. another check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when we see you back here after the break. so glad you stayed with us,
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9:41, new for you at 9:00 a.m., you heard of black cats being a jinx. that little kitty got on the ice before the shark's playoff game. he did not put the hex. he scampered away safely. glad the cat is okay. that's easy, he opened the door. speaking of black cats that's not bad look for the weather. that's a sign of things to come. we'll show you what's going on we have gray heading this way, today is not that bad. if you have outdoor plans, hopefully they are today and not tomorrow. many of you will be taking part in the broad street run you'll be dodging rain drops. today, clouds and sunshine back in the 60s. double scan live will be very, very active tomorrow.
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what a week this has been started out very warm, 77 monday, tuesday's high was outrageous for this time of the year, 86 degrees. i was about to put the air-conditioning on, bam, back door cold front sweeps through. 55, 56. today we're shooting for a high of 64. which is warmer than where we've been, but five degrees below the average seasonal average of 69. 51 up and down the i-95 corridor. reading, 49 and cape may, 51. keep in mind we have a stalled out front to the south. ever since wednesday we've seen the small areas of low pressure ride that front like a train on the track. this is next in the series. this will pull through after midnight tonight and set up a soggy start to the your sunday. maybe it sticks around monday morning, as well. once that pushes through, finally that's the ends of train, that's the caboose we see
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everything get back to normal around here. there's the area of low pressure shield of rain up and down the mid atlantic tomorrow. today, not too bad, combination of sun and clouds, sun will peek through during the course of the day. overnight tonight, the clouds lower and thicken and giving way to rain. 5:30, it's raining for everybody. you start picking up the yellows and oranges that's a good downpour. we'll see that scattered about all day long. this is 10:30 a.m. through the first part in the afternoon. maybe by three we're catching a break in the action. you're picking up scattered drizzle out there. during the afternoon we'll see another rounds develop by 7:00 a.m., 8:00 p.m. in the evening. rainfall totals will range from a half inch to an inch. upper 40s and low 50s across the lehigh valley and the poconos. mid to upper 60s for south jersey and delaware. there will be a frontal system setting up here the farther
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north it gets the warmer it will get. if it sinks to the south south jersey and delaware will be chilly, as well. 64 degrees, combination of sun and clouds, it's probably more clouds than sun. at least you'll see sun. reading and allentown you can 63. trenton, 62. jersey shore, chilly sea breeze keeping you in the 50s, overnight tonight mid to upper 40s, there will be areas of fog developing. the broad street run looks soggy. squishy shoes, 49 degrees by 8:00 a.m. periods of rain, heavy at times, chilly and raw, 9:00 a.m., 50, 10:00 a.m., 50. 11:00 a.m., 52 degrees. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, we're up to 72 by monday, 64 and dry today. 58 and miserable tomorrow. 72 morning showers for monday. sunshine returning by afternoon, tuesday, sun and clouds, 67. tuesday's dry, wednesday and thursday we're watching a coastal storm, the models are
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split. some of them take the storm out to sea, others say more heavy rains on the way. friday we clear in terms of rain, mostly cloudy and 68 degrees. so it could be worse, but that's pretty bad. rush there's no sunshine button in the weather department you could just -- >> reporter: if i could that whole seven day would be sunshine. 9:46 new at 9:00 a.m. there's good news to pass along for you this morning about a north carolina mother and daughter who vanished hiking in new zealand. correspond lynn and rachel -- car lynn and rachel lloyd are seen here huddling together. they were reported tuesday when they want missing. they were spot the by a helicopter who arrived and thick them up and took them out for medical care. both mom and daughter are being treated for dehydration
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and exhaustion. they are expected to be okay. this week's "shelter me rescue of the week" success story a local shelter helps a woman civil her empty nest. here's david murphy with the story. >> reporter: in 2001, marcia didn't think she would recover from the loss of her two dogs, zack and zoey. with encouragement from the friend she decided to visit the findings shelter animal rescue website. that's where she found buddy and sissy. they are inseparable. >> reporter: buddy is blinds and as he isy acts as his eyes. she used to take the leash in her mouth and pull him sometimes. findings finding shelter got its start in 2010. it helps special needs
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>> reporter: josie is partially blind and deaf and shrimpy a blinds and deaf. they need an experienced home. bubbles was rescued from a puppy mill. they came to us shut down and shy. now they are happy and lovey with people. bubbles is choosey with her doggy friends. they can go together or separately. >> reporter: this is val, a 6-year-old rote who was a breeder at a puppy mill. she can't wait to get into a forever home. if you're interested in val or any of the dogs you've met today visit the finding "shelter me rescue of the week" animal website. post a picture the "fyi philly"
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facebook page and tells us where you adopted your pet and how much they mean to you. with val, my new best frend i think, i'm david murphy channel 6 "action news."
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your time 9:51 leers a -- here's a look at what's happening in and around the delaware and lehigh valleys. learn how to keep your kids active this summer with the ymca healthy kids day. it features fun activities and cooking demonstrations it's taking place at ymcas across the country at 11:00 a.m. if you're little one loves legos go to the expo center in oaks montgomery county. it's for lego enthusiasts young
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and old starting at 10:00 a.m. today and tomorrow. in "healthcheck" at 9:00 a.m. we're one day away from the blue cross broad street run, ali gorman has some last-minute tips for all you runners. runners picking up their race bibs and packets and t-shirts and some are doing their best to calm prerace jitters. i'm nervous because this is my very first broad street run. it's a long run. >> reporter: others are watching the forecast. if it unt don't rain, but if it does, i'm ready. >> reporter: if you can't control the weather focus on what you can control. dr. to do mcgrath said by now your training should be over, what's recommended for activity depends on your level of experience. if you're a novice go for a walk, if you're a more experienced runner, a light run,
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two or three miles to get the legs ready for the neck day. >> reporter: over the weekend stay hydrated, but come sunday morning be careful not to over-hydrate. a normal glass of water or electroli testament -- electro electrolite drink. take it slow and listen to your body. as for running gear. if you bought fancy new running clothes save them for another day. doughnut -- don't switch shoes, especially everything ininconsistent could set you up for a problem. ali gorman channel 6 "action news." this is a live look at philadelphia international
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final check of the forecast with chris, i was hoping for good news. >> reporter: even the dogs are not happy at this point. take a look at this this was sent into me by josh with his lab buddy tucker, he is upset and wants to go in the backyard and dig holes and have some fun and the forecast is not cooperating. this afternoon, clouds and limited sunshine. if you're heading down to the union game look for a combustion of sun and clouds, it's comfortable out there with temperatures in the low to mid 60s. however, we get into tomorrow, the clouds roll in, the rain moves in. very soggy, the rain is heavy for the broad street run.
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highs in the upper 50s. tough job you have to please the animals and the humans. thanks chris, 9:56. jack hanna's "wild countdown" is next. "action news" continues later tonight we're back bright and early tomorrow morning beginning at 6:00 a.m. thousands of runners preparing for the broad street run. the premier ten mile kicks off tomorrow morning and we'll be live! plus, the pennsylvania ballet twirls a new milestone in the history of dance. now for chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm gray hall. make it a great day.
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announcer: "jack hanna's wild countdown" is sponsored by nationwide. jack: hi, everybody, i'm jack hanna, coming to you from my base camp here at the columbus zoo, and welcome to "wild countdown." sue: oh, my goodness, there's a whole herd of them. jack: today, we're checking out 6 species that turn heads everywhere they go. why? look at this. this is the funniest thing, sue. look at them. because of the outstanding appendages growing from their heads. look at that nose. from unique snouts that demand respect-- boy, he's powerful, that little thing. he moves the jeep. to horns and antlers that are over the top. golly day, that thing is tall. and later, my blooper of the week. i'm not gonna do that anymore.


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