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polls in the crucial indiana primary. but the big story is the gloomy conditions that just won't go away. sky 6 hd telling the story. it's cloudy, cool and damp all over and we are stuck with these conditions for the work week. david murphy is live are the call. >> reporter: it does last for the next several days. on radar you don't see much of anything in the way of a shower, a little bit of that in south jersey, but you saw on sky 6 hd picture how low the clouds are hanging and you are getting light, misty drizzle in the region, that is what you expect the rest of way and maybe a pop-up shower and the area of low pressure that came through earlier this morning that brought the steadier rain is push ago way from us. and there say frontal boundary that swings to the south and west and along the front is continued stability and easterly flow on top of it brings moisture from the ocean.
that is why we stay cloudy and that frontal boundary is hanging with us for the rest of today. an area of low pressure is swinging past us, a cutoff low. it gets separated from the jet stream and the atmosphere and it meanders and get get through quickly. right now we have cool conditions out there and this temperature has not changed much in the last several hours. at dawn 56, 57 and we are still there with the flow off the ocean. 57 in millville and same story in wilmington. and we expect the majority of the region to maintain similar numbers the rest of the afternoon. a high of 60 in philadelphia, probably just sit there 2:30 to 5:30, before we slip a bit. below the average of 70 and we are getting socked in by the clouds. the pattern we are in hangs with us for the rest of the work
week, but there is light at the end of the tunnel. we'll have more coming up in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. 6abc.com/weather has everything you need to know as the stretch of rainy, damp weather continues. street level forecast from double scan live radar gives you a clear picture of what is happening now. now to the race for the white house, voters are heading to the polls in indiana today. the outcome of this primary may be pivotal for several of the candidates. >> reporter: good afternoon, the hoosier state is not used to playing a critical role in the primary process but what happens tonight in indiana could be a pivotal moment in the primary election season. >> indiana is becoming very important. it's called importantville. i love it. >> ted cruz says he can still win the nomination if he loses
tonight. >> he sent carly fiorina and his wife to a pancake breakfast to try to lock up votes. and donald trump is trying to bring on supporter. >> he is choking away like a dog and we have to put him away tomorrow. >> contrary to the media narrative. bullies are not strong, bullies are weak, and cowards and scared. >> on the democratic side, a tight race in indiana but bernie sanders is facing long odds overall. he needs to win 92% of all remaining delegates to win the nomination. and hillary clinton is already looking ahead to next week's contest is looking ahead to west virginia. >> i am looking to break down barriers. >> both ted cruz and bernie sanders say if they lose tonight
in indiana they will keep up the fight for their party's nomination. but the delegate mass may be a brutal reality they will have to face. another american service member died in iraq. a navy seal was killed by direct fire after islamic state forces penetrated the frontline of kurdish troops near mosul. his name is not released. this is the third american killed since this operation against isis began in 2014. from our new jersey newsroom, authorities are searching for an escaped prison inmate. arthur buckle was missing during a head count this morning, the facility is located in hammonton. he was serving time for aggravate sd assault and was due for parole in three weeks. two family members are
recovering following a double shooting in north philadelphia. police say that the teenager and his female cousin was wounded earlier this morning. annie mccormick is live now. >> reporter: and sara, both victims were taken to temple university hospital in stable condition we are told with non-life-threatening injuries. police are saying that they believe that both of them were allegedly selling drugs at the time of the shooting. >> 1:00 a.m. district police responded to 911 calls reports of two people shot on the highway on the 1100 block of glenwood. they found two victims. >> a 16-year-old boy and his 20-year-old female cousin. he was hit in the elbow and his cousin hit in the back. they were found blocks away from where they told detectives where
the shooting occurred. >> why they ran two blocks away as opposed to running home is a concern to us. we don't know how truthful they are being with their story. >> they only have a vague description of the shooter according to the victims just walked up and opened fire, investigators don't have a crime scene. we couldn't find any scene, no ballistic evidence, no proje projectiles or blood. >> they said the offender was 6 feet tall skinny with an olive green hoody. if you have any information you are urged to call police. annie mccormick, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. a woman made it out safely when part of her home collapsed this morning in the city's lawndale section, she was
sitting in the kitchen paying bills when she heard a cracking in the home on long shore avenue. >> i was in the living rooming and went into the dining room and i saw it go boom from the top. i said what? and i walk outside, when i come out, and come in here, this was already down. >> that woman says her children were not home at the time. lni officials are on the scene investigating what may have led to that collapse. the life saving drug that could reverse an overdose is now more widely available in delaware county. all of delaware county's acme pharmacies have become selling narcan nasal spray. it can save someone that takes an overdose of pain killers or heroin. president obama says the white house is still pushing forward the plan he announced the plan last month to fight the
opiate ademmic. he is calling on congress to help. >> we see in communities around the country the devastating effects of opiate abuse that leads to heroin addiction. we put forward a comprehensionive plan, basically we have to treat this like the problem it is. >> the government will expand access to addiction treatment among other measures. the philly jesus is out of prison. his real name is michael grant and was arraigned this morning on a trespassing charge after refusing to leave the apple store at 16th and walnut last night. they said that grant's cross was blocking an aisle he was charged with defiant press passing and
disorderly conduct. coming up police say this man is a well dressed criminal. what he is accu kuccused of ste from princeton university. and rumbles of thunder and lightning at midnight but that is off the coast. and what do we have to deal with next? coming up in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
the death of an airline passenger was under investigation. a plane from mexico made an emergency landing in texas after the man died in a flight from chicago to mexico overnight. a doctor was on board and tried to help when the man suffered health complications. but he died when the plane was in the air. the ntsb is meeting today to determine what caused a fatal fire inside a subway tunnel that killed a passenger in 2015. the federal agency released this video showing the smoke filling the metro station, dozens of passengers were trapped inside of the smokey train. the d.c. metro system has not
had important upgrades for years. there were leaks at the site of the mechanical malfunction. and new video of a train derailment that spilled hazardous material. you see the csx train twisting and turning and chemicals leaked off the tracks and cleanup efforts are still on going and rail commuters are still dealing with delays. president obama is getting ready to travel to flint, michigan, tomorrow to hear about the city's water emergency. and the president will get an inperson briefing on the emergency. flint's water became contaminated with led after they switched their water source. we don't know if the governor and president will meet privately. nearly all the schools are closed after hundreds of
teachers are called out sick. they are concerned they will not get paid if they run out of money. a top republican lawmaker says that teachers will get paid and they are considering a reconstruction plan that would pay off the district's enormous debt. for the second time johnson & johnson is ordered to pay money to a woman that said she got ovarian cancer from talcum powder. in february a separate st. louis jury awarded $72 million to the family of an alabama woman that died from the disease. a plane powered only by sunlight has arrived in arizona. the latest stop on its global journey. impulse 2 travels from california to phoenix, interestingly touching down after sun down. the plane carrying two pilots
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airport travelers could be getting some relief from security lines this summer. the tsa will assign more than 700 new screeners to the busiest airports by mid-june. the agency is putting an extra 26 milli$26 million towards ove pay. and switching bomb sniffing dogs to airports where they are needed. people who are sick of paying high cable bills may soon have another option. hulu is working to stream entire broadcasting cable networks for a cheaper monthly fee, they are expected to launch the service for $30 a month. it will come with a select group of channels. seven of ten of the most profitable hospitals in the country are actually nonprofits.
it clears $160 million a year in 2013 according to this new report, john hopkins and washington lee researchers used data from medicare and medicaid services. a new survey shows why people that lose a ton of weight in a short period of time struggle to keep it off. they followed contestants from the biggest losers, 13 of 18 of them gain back some of the weight and five of them were back at their starting point. they say because they slimmed down too quickly and their bodies tried to slow down to resist further weight loss, this is why a more gradual approach it better. the "action news" team is out working on news stories for tonight beginning at 4:00. lets check in with alicia vitarelli with a look ahead. >> reporter: coming up today at 4:00, a high school player's football picture prank is going
viral. this is the photo taken during team picture day and it now has this player facing more than 70 criminal charges, it is sparking a lot of talk online, does the puppishment fit the crime. and with wedding season in full swing, we have tips to help you save money. get your negotiation skills ready. you won't want to miss this one if you are planning your big day. take us with you on the go. you can watch our newscast streaming live on your smart phone or tablet. >> thank you. accuweather is coming up when we come right back.
we are stuck. there is an awful lot of light at the end of the tunnel. stormtracker 6 live double scan shows you we are essentially dry as long as you are talking about just showers. if we go down to the shore there are light sprinkles and showers and pushing their way to the coast but they won't be around much longer but the cloud cover is low and are you getting mystery drizzle and looking at the action cam earlier at fairmount park. if you look closely at this picture you can see the mist coming down. you can't see it when you look at the pink flowers but when you get the dark areas in the branches you see the mist. that is what you are dealing with in the area now. 57 in philadelphia, that number is pretty amazing because that is where we were at sunrise this morning. lack of sunrise is really what it was. the temperature has maintained a cool solid 57 and most of you haven't seen the numbers go very
far. you have winds coming from the east-northeast, bringing moist and cool air off the ocean so gently. numbers across the region, 56's and 57's and we look for highs north to south today, a couple of degree as part really, future tracker 6 shows you for the rest of day it's looking like mainly low lying cloud cover and intermittent drizzle and can't rule out a shower. i think it's just gray and feeling kind of cool and damp out there today. 58 and cloudy skies and damp conditions in the lehigh valley. down the shore looking cool and damp and the rainy drizzle getting off the coast. but an afternoon of drizzle and cloud cover, 56 is all you'll see next to the ocean. in philadelphia a chance of 60, but may stop at 58, 59. we had the rainy start and afternoon drizzle is part of the issue.
winds out of the east 8 to 16 miles per hour. 60 degrees by 4:00 and 59 by 5:00 and by 7:00 we'll be down to 56 and you may have the windshield wiper intermittent on the way home. that is the way it was this morning and i expect that to be the case this afternoon. cloudy skies and drizzle and 51 is your overnight low. then we get into tomorrow and we have an area of low pressure that is probably too far off the coast to deliver heavy rain but at times with a second low inching towards us it keeps us relatively cloudy and we'll have showers. another cool high of 62. maybe showers up to the north and west and through the day there is that chance of it becoming damp again. your exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, today's high 60 degrees and cloudy and dam many and tomorrow cloudy and
damp with a shower and 62 and periods of rain on friday and high of 63. but sara set your sights on saturday, it looks completely dry and partly sunny and high of 71 degrees and then sunday not bad, 74 and a mix is of clouds and sun and afternoon shower here there but the day is dry and monday and tuesday look good. >> nice of you to do that for all the mothers. thank you. a teenager who was accepted at all eight ivy league schools. augusta is going to harvard. this comes on the heels of an exciting spring, and was named valedictorian of her class and met president obama during the white house science fair. there is more to come in the next half hour off "action news." more on the torch relay that
right into the morning. the gray skies are holding on. david murphy has a check of the forecast next. stealing while dressed in a business suit. police in princeton says this man stole from the university store and they want to find him. and now the details, the wet and gloomy weather continues. the rain has mainly moved out for now and now there is more in the forecast. here is the center city skyline. can't seem to escape this dreary weather pattern. >> you showed a picture at the top of the newscast and i like that one better. you couldn't see the tops of the buildings but the clouds are higher but maybe the clouds and mist will start evaporating before it hits the ground, there