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news." of course, we're tracking breaking news, three people are dead following a fire in montgomery county this morning. we have the latest on the situation. also two people are in the hospital after a fight leads to a stabbing details straight ahead. rain rain go away, please. the delaware valley is soggy from a week of gloomy gray, just awful weather. when will it come to an end? the man with the answers, meteorologist chris sowers outside with a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. chris when can you get rid of the umbrella? >> reporter: later this afternoon, actually, we have showers over the heart of philadelphia right now as we go over to the radars. we are expecting peeks of sunshine this afternoon and a cold front will kick this moist out to sea tomorrow and tomorrow looks really, really nice. if you have outdoor plans they are tomorrow and not so much today. even though today won't be too bad, tomorrow is the better of two days. camden and gloucester counties
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and south jersey we're picking up steadier rains this morning, cherry hill into philadelphia, mount laurel seeing moderate rainfall this morning. everybody else seeing just those lighter shades of green which is probably mores a drizzle at this point. temperatures are on the mild side. one thing about the weather pattern, it suits the daytime temperatures fairly chilly. normally we should be around 70 degrees and we're in the 50s. it keeps the nighttime lows in the 50s. we'll see peeks of sunshine, showers this morning, some sun peeking through later on, 1:00 p.m., 60 degrees, 3:00 p.m., 62. and 5:00 p.m., 64 that's the forecasted high today, 64 degrees. there can still be a shower or two later on in the afternoon hours. nothing heavy. as we start the workweek, sunshine returns, comfortable
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temperatures, it will feel like the end of spring first part of the summer, highs in the mid 70s, there's a chance one or two days could get warmer than that, depending on how much sunshine we see. when i come back in just a few minutes we'll focus on the good changes in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. gray? all right, chris, thank you. an update to the norristown apartment building fire. the fire chief has confirmed that there are three fatalities in the fire, two adults and one child indict as a result of the fire on -- died as a result of the fire on dekalb and oak street. 6 others were injured and taken to multiple hospitals. one child was transported to children's hospital of philadelphia. crews saw flames on the first floor when they arrived at the three story twin home. we had heavy fire visible on the first floor, heavy smoke from the second and third floor. fire extended to the upper floors of the dwelling.
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the fire station is a block away, you get here it's a lot of chaos. that fire is now under control, but as the chief said it was a chaotic scene when the firefighters first arrived. one man used his cell phoe to capture the first moments when neighbors noticed something had gone terrible wrong on dekalb street. you can find more at 7:03. new information to tell you about this morning, two men are in the hospital after being stabbed behind a northeast philadelphia strip mall. it happened in the 6200 block of bustleton avenue. you know one man was stabbed in the back, the other man in the hand. police say both victims are in their 30s. so far no arrests have been made. investigators are sorting out a motive. today philadelphia will stay goodbye to former police commissioner, willie williams, richard ross led a procession of hundreds ever men and women of blue boo baker funeral home --
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in blue into baker funeral home in north philadelphia. they paid their respects to the first african-american police commissioner. it was the first of two public viewings of williams who died last week at the age of 72. a second viewing will be held at zion baptist church funeral services follow. we turn to politics, presumptive gop nom -- nominee, donald trump arrives in oregon and washington state. bob dole was among the latest to endorse him while others say they will not. hillary clinton focused on trump during a rally in oakland, california. she claimed trump does not care about equal pay for women because she said he does not think much of women.
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clinton's challenger, bernie sanders plans to take his battle for the candidacy to the convention in philadelphia. he is heading to new jersey for several events. tomorrow he holds a rally at rutgers university before heading to atlantic city on monday. mitt romeny is considering a third-party candidate to take on donald trump. romney met with conservative columnist william kristol to take on a challenger to take on trump in november. romney will not be running, he called trump a fraud. remains of a u.s. navy seal killed in iraq are heading home to california. charles keating the iv arrived at dover air force base yesterday. his family and fiance was there to meet him. keating was shot and killed tuesday during a gun battle with
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isis fighters. keating is the third u.s. service member to be killed in combat in iraq since 2004. a local tuskegee airman has been posthumously honored for his dedication to our country. brandon boil met with the family -- boyle met with the family. she tells "action news" she wanted her children to have something to recognize her father's service. it's so important to honor them, weapon don't have so many -- because we don't have so many heros for people to look to, this is something everyone should become aware of. to thomas pitts was a mem. fighter group and bombardment group. it was love at first sight
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for a girl and puppy last night. 17-year-old amanda met her new dog jagger at the philadelphia airport, amanda is living with end stage kidney disease and jacker is her wish come true. she wanted a pug and found this one in florida and decided they were meant to be together. the make a wish foundation flew jagger in and as you can see amanda and her new pug make the perfect pair. the phillies head to my affirm me hoping to regain their momentum. we'll introduce you to the teen who picks up had your college diploma a day before attending her high school graduation. we'll explain how this happened. >> reporter: we have showers and downpours this morning right over philadelphia, but the sun will come out tomorrow, it will feel better when this pattern moves away.
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delaware and lehigh details come exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast next. at giant, shoppers low prices by the thousands, plus a thousand more that just dropped. all these low prices! what are you trying to do, get me to feed the whole neighborhood? no. just trying to save you a whole lot of "bread."
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receive her college degree before she gets her high school diploma. she began taking classes at age 13. now she is graduating with honors from illinois central college and her high school. anyone can do it, it's about focus. >> reporter: she is determined, of course she is already working on another degree this one this international business. it is at a third school, illinois state university. whoa shows really smart. >> reporter: do you think you could do it? no. but what i would like you to do is bring some sun. >> reporter: i think we'll get
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some, maybe later this afternoon, but definitely tomorrow. as we getting you outside and show you the way it looks right now. it's not pretty, lots of clouds and showers, we're not picking up showers we have misting. the roads are damp and the ground is soaked. if you see the sun today, it's not a good day to cut the grass, everything is very, very damp. double scan live showing we have showers over the heart of philadelphia. it's actually from the heavier stuff, anyway from the tacony-palmyra to the ben franklin bridge, that's where we're seeing the darker shades of green. everybody else seeing the lighter shades of green from media to malvern. that's nothing more than patchy drizzle or brief shower at this point, but again it's miserable and gloomy. 51 degrees, dewpoint, 47. pressure is steady. winds out of the northeast at 7 miles per hour. we have flooding concerns later
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this evening, it's for the this evening's high tide along the oceanfront which occurs between 8:00 a.m. and 9:00. the delaware beaches and the communities along the delaware bay we are expecting high tide, the high tide to be a good foot above normal. it's not a warning it's an aadvisery. it's been lower and there will be flooding issues down there. upper 40s north and west, 351 in atlantic city. cape may, 52. 49 in trenton and dover, 51. this low sits and goes round and round andy -- and round, it's not moving, because the jet stream is up to the north. the good news it will drop to the south, about five days ago, we had that upper level low right here the southern provinces of canada, dropped into the mid atlantic and the jet stream retreated north an left it behind. that's why it was gray and gloomy, we saw the onshore winds
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and chilly temperatures. the jet stream will return with a cold front and knock everything out to sea and clear us out as we get into mother's day. mother's day looks better, sunshine by afternoon, temperatures in the 60s. today is a day of transition. morning showers and clouds, by afternoon still dealing with cloud cover out there, scattered showers, there will be peeks of sunshine, as well. 4:00 p.m. later this evening, we start to see the clouds increase again. this is the cold front this is what we need to clear everything out for mother's day. showers in the morning, by afternoon blue skies and nice breeze and comfortable temperatures. high today, 64 in philadelphia. reading, of 3. 64. morning showers, peeks of sunshine. cape may, 59. dover, millville, 62. atlantic city, 58. overnight tonight it's cloudy again, clouds and shower after midnight. 50 in reading, 52 in
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philadelphia. 50 in make up kay -- in cape may. lunchtime, 62, 4:00 p.m., 67 degrees, again we expect to see the full sun between 10:00 a.m. and lunchtime. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 64 today, 68 for tomorrow. and then monday and tuesday, really not looking that bad partly sunny on monday, high of 72. tuesday, clouds and sun, highs around 70 which is average for this time of the year. wednesday, thursday, friday, it turns unsettled again, each day there's a chance of a shower or thunderstorm. high temperatures in the low to mid 70s. it's not an all-day cloudy day, gray and gloom raining, just a shower or thunderstorm. the sun will return in time for mother's day. 7:14, a local senior resident is keeping cherished memories alive with paint. tamala edwards takes us there in the art of aging.
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this was an experience of love. >> reporter: at brandywine senior living art theaps donna donna -- therapist donna dunkin helped seniors experience memories in their pictures. the ten week art program was called my life story. for older adults they have a lot of material to work with. >> reporter: they teamed up with pennsylvania of the fine arts to create it. it was about learning to tell their story through art and the results were fantastic. >> reporter: brandywine organized the exhibition to show case the artist for family and friends. i was very proud of myself when i blended the pedal. >> reporter: for residents was a chance to share their life
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experiences an relive them. i painted in the b-17 which is the plane i flew in during the war. painting the airplane was a tough thing for me to do. >> reporter: as they put their stories to paper and canvas they drew inspiration from their neighbors. i didn't know that the people who were next to me had the ability to do these things. it's an opportunity to showcase inter spirit and have fun and laugh and be fully connected. >> reporter: and learn it's never too late to learn something new. i became an artist. >> reporter: tamala edwards channel 6 "action news."
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so glad you stayed with us on a saturday morning, sky6 live
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hd giving you this look of cape may, new jersey, 351 degrees out there, gray and gloomy. you know that song, "the sun will come out tomorrow"? it's true, because the sun will return tomorrow. here's a look at what's happening in and around delaware and lehigh valleys this weekend. super hero for the little hero in your home. kids are encouraged to wear their super hero costumes and take pictures at the communities recreation center on horsham road. return to neverland boys are invited to wear their super hero and pirate costumes. tea time is from 10:00 a.m. to noon. check out the talents of
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police k-9s at the police k-9 competition. haverford township police department is hosting that event which includes object course in haverford from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. we'll be back here with a look at sports after the break. >> reporter: welcome back
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everyone, 7:22 saturday morning, we're expecting showers this morning and later this afternoon, cloudy skies and peeks of sunshine. we talked about this a month ago, when we had ten straight days of sunshine, we were in an
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omega blocking pattern. it can be your friend or an enemy. ten days ago we were stuck in the good pattern. the jet stream looked like, it looks like the greek letter omega, high pressure across the mid atlantic states, another block has developed this past week. this time we're in the bad sector and the jet stream looks like this. the good weather is here all the bad weather with the upper level low is over top of the philadelphia area. it's having a difficult time breaking down. as we get into tomorrow, a cold front will put an end to the pattern as the sweeps across the high plains and great lake states and kicks the upper level low out to sea and we say goodbye and get rid of it and we see the return of sunshine. it's miserable thanks to the omega block. we have light at the end of the tunnel and things get better in
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time for mother's day. 7:23. in sports, the longest home run in the majors this season sends it is phillies to their third trait loss, here's ducis rogers. >> reporter: good morning, smumples the phillies have -- much as the phillies have surprised season so have the marlins. 3-0. 4-zip marlins, 4-1 in the 4th inning. peter borjos. 2-run double. 4-3. 5th inning they close the gap. mikhail franco, game tier. we go to to the 8th.
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, my goodne sevment -- my goodness, 478 feet out of the stadium. brooks played a game called financial football with the students, as for real football, he feels good about the eagles quarterback situation. >> reporter: very exciting. we got a number two pick in carson wen tvment z. we are buildings something special our chemistry is good, we're looking forward to big things and shocking people as far as what we do this year. horse racing single biggest prize is nearly upon us, the kentucky darby is upon us today,
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this is the overwhelming favorite, niquis. first round draft pick we paid $400,000 for him. he was well thought of. he had an amazing rook career. here he is in the second season and he is going for the championship. that's a look at sports, i'm ducis rogers, you have yourself a terrific weekend! more than 500 military athletes are taking over espn wild world of sports at disney world they are competing in the invictus games. prince harry is coordinating the competition. he launched the competition two years ago in london to show the bravery and spirit of military men and women. disney is the parent company of 6abc. we have more coming up on
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"action news" saturday morning, hope to see you after the break. >> breaking news we're
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following tragedy in montgomery county. the action cam is there as a fire claims the life of three people, one is a child. a couple in philadelphia
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dies after a fire breaks out in their home overnight. hundreds line the streets of philadelphia to say goodbye to former police commissioner willie williams. let's let's get you outside to chris sowers who is singing in the rain. >> reporter: i'm not singing. i'm standing in the rain once again. one thing to note, severing a pretty green color out here right now. i've never seen the grass this green because of the rain. the city of philadelphia has picked up nearly 3 inches of rain in the last 6 days alone. it's been very dreary consistent dreary weather pattern. more showers over top of philadelphia and montgomery counties as we zoom into that part of the viewing area you can see the steadier stuff over willow grove and jenkintown. 309 picking up steadier rains, as well. lighter shades of green we're seeing leftover showers and
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spotty drizzle. today will not be a wash it's similar to thursday, where we see a mainly cloudy day, good morning, with a couple of peeks of sunshine later this afternoon. some of areas could see a leftover shower, as well. 3:00 p.m., you see the holes in the cloud deck that's an indication of sunshine trying to peek through. in new jersey you will see shades of green which will represent showers. cloudy skies this morning, leftover shower through lunchtime and peeks of sunshine during the afternoon. 1:00 p.m. temperature, 60 degrees, 3:00 p.m., 62 and by 5:00 p.m., 64. in case you're heading to the jersey shore. it's the same kind of weather down there, as well. a damp start with morning showers, otherwise clouds and peeks of sunshine this afternoon. high temperature in the city 64. jersey shore, 58 degrees. there's a coastal flood advisory for the jersey shore and the delaware beaches as well as delaware bay for the evening
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high tide which hams around 8:30 a.m. in places like atlantic city and cape may. the high tide is expecting to be a foot above normal. if you park in an area that floods move your car later this evening. when i come back we'll talk about sunshine that's on the way in the seven-day forecast. keep handy on all your devices all weekend long and heading into mother's day tomorrow. storm tracker 6 live radar will let you know when any changes are expected in your area. we'll get you back to the breaking news we're following in norristown, montgomery county. action cam right there at the scene. you see the firefighters on the scene of the house fire. if you're looking at the screen you can see unit number 27 with the american flag draped over it, to the left of that is where the house fire started. we know this morning state and local police are investigating the fire that killed three people on the 800 block of
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dekalb street. we know two adults were found deceased in an apartment a child died at the hospital and another child was critically injured and five other adults were taken to the hospital. crews described the scene as chaotic, this is what one neighbor saw when the commotion brought him outside. i walk up and saw the building [inaudible]. of course, now begins the probe to find out what started the fire inside it is three story twin apartment buildings, officials believe it likely started on the first floor and spread to ther -- spread to the upper floor. "action news" crew is gathering more information on the breaking news, a live update is coming
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your way on "action news" at 9:00 a.m. first arriving crews did not hear any working smoke detecters, but that will be part of the final investigation. as we just mentioned an "action news" crew is gathering in fact on the developing story. as we follow the story we know that three individuals are dead, two adults and one child. we're tracking this for you all morning long and at 7:33, new this morning, a man and woman were killed by a fire overnight inside a south philadelphia home. investigators say their deaths might have been preventible, flames ripped through a third floor bedroom on moore street. firefighters got the fire under control in 17 minutes, but when the smoke cleared they found a man in his 70s and woman in her 60s. this family had 6 smoke alarms and the batteries did not
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work. not one of them worked. >> reporter: the commissioner said clutter on the other floors would have made it difficult for the man and woman to escape the home. a two-day shooting spree that terrorized suburban washington, d.c. is over. police arrested the man whose suspected killings were personal and at times random. >> reporter: this video shows the dramatic moment when the suspected gunman was caught. eulalio tordil walks to his car and gets inside and police warm the vehicle and surrounded him argue him blocks from one of the crime scenes. four hours earlier at 11:15 a.m. with thousands of customers in stores at the montgomery mall. shots rang out. there was confrontation in the mall parking lot. >> reporter: a woman hit two men who tried to help her shot as well. all rushed to the hospital where one of the good samaritans later died. nordstrom rolled down their
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metal doors and on two sides and locked us in place. >> reporter: 11:50 a.m., ten miles away another fatal shooting, a woman gunned down near this giant supermarket. police suspect eulalio tordil shot and killed his estranged wife at a maryland high school thursday night as she was waiting for her children. eulalio tordil was placed on administrative leave stripped of his gun and badge after a civil court issued a protection order against him for alleged abuse of his wife. it brought back memories of the beltway sniper shootings 14 years ago. eulalio tordil ate lunch at the same restaurant that the sniper shooters went to. it was an irony that was lost on me. >> reporter: this entire region breathing a big sigh of relief. karen travers abc news,
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maryland. a final farewell to former philadelphia police commissioner, willie williams, richard ross led a procession of hundreds of men and women in blue as they paid tribute to williams. the first of two public viewings of williams who died last week at the age of 72. a second viewing will be held at psy i don't know baptist church funeral -- zion baptist church funeral service follow. can casino notice workerst the picket line outside the tropicana hotel. union leaders say workers are making 8 0 cents more than 12 years ago. penn state university trustees have approved a
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proposal that would allow fans to by alcohol at the football and other athletic facilities. there would be a limit to the number of drinks sold. joe biden will speak to graduates at the delaware state university. he will deliver the commencement address and speak at this year's graduation syracuse university law school and the u.s. military academy at westpoint. students at the nation's capitol will hear from barack obama at howard university. else the 6th sitting president to deliver the key. ♪ address at the schools commencement. if you have not heard, you could be the next millionaire in the powerball drawing. the drawing is worth
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$415 million. the jackpot has gone 18 drawings with no one winning all that money. you can see the winning numbers during "action news" at 11:00 p.m. 7:38 still ahead on "action news," saturday morning, giving babies a fighting chance. we'll tell you about this local ambitious project that helps new moms as they go home from the hospital. plus a large tree came tumbling down on top of cars in north jersey. and meteorologist chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast as we take this live look over the philadelphia international airport still a nasty day out there. chris, please, press a button make the sun return. we're back after this. we're out of ink.
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treats in ontario, california into rivers. it was part of a strong system that shut down part of the busy i-5 free way. the rain came down so hard it caused a 50-foot slab of roof to collapse at a machinery factor there. the workers were not injured. rain is moving through southern california this morning. the rain sent a bigotry crashing down on top -- a big tree crashing down on top of two parked cars in newark, new jersey, the trees took out power
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lines. i don't think i've heard my name mentioned so many times in my lifetime. gray, gray, gloomy. we need the rain to go away. >> reporter: we have not seen too many uprooted trees because we have not had much wind. because of the the way the ground is right now, how soakd soakd -- soaked and saturated it is, we would have more uprooted trees. we're seeing clouds this morning, it's damp and dreary, we're seeing patchy drizzle and scattered showers. storm tracker 6 live double scan showing it is confined to philadelphia and montgomery counties in southeastern pennsylvania. we'll make a zoom there first, zoomed into the chalfonte area and lansdale and doylestown we're seeing light to officially moderate rain. if you're traveling up to the northeast extension, it's a slow go, the roads are wet, there's a lot of ponding on the roads.
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take it easy, norristown, phoenixville seeing light to moderate rains. 64 degrees is the high temperature. it's still below average, but better than the 50s we've seen over the last several days. low temperatures, 50 degrees on the dot. philadelphia, 51. allentown, 52. dover, 52. cape may, 52 degrees, it's the same song and dance, the reason why the upper level low dropped in from canada three or four days and it became cut off from the main flow of traffic, this line stretching west to east. it will pick up this counter clockwise swirl this low will pick that up and push it out to sea and we'll see sunshine, as well. like a game of billiards it will bump the low and push it into
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the canadian maritimes and sunshine replaces all the gray and gloom we've seen in the delaware valley. the only downfall, the front gets so far as it stalls out to the south. as we get into the second part of next week it returns to the area in the form of a warm front that means more showers and thunderstorms from wednesday on. that's a long way off we'll talk about that in a few minutes. cloud cover through late morning, leftover showers, otherwise damp out there, lots of puddles on the roads and drizzle and things like that. this afternoon, peeks of sunshine, some areas could see a leftover shower. overnight tonight, cloudy, patchy fog, thing tomorrow morning, mother's day, with the approaching cold front it sweeps everything out to sea, by afternoon we're looking at sunny conditions. the breezes pick up out of the west/northwest at 15 to 20 miles per hour. scattered showers today, clouds and sunshine. limited sun during the afternoon.
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64 degrees is the forecasted high. winds out of the west 5 to 10. you can see the idea limited sunshine this afternoon. cloudy and damp start, 60 by 1:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m., 62. 5:00 p.m., 64. on a positive note, the pollen level continue to be nice and low. same thing today. tomorrow we bump it up a notch and more so as we head into monday. overnight tonight, cloudy, 49 degrees, showers around. 52 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, warming it up, 64 today, 6 tomorrow, mother's day, cloudy an sun, breezy in the afternoon. monday, better, 72. tuesday, clouds and sun, 70. wednesday we're in the mid 70s, we'll trade that sunshine in for a couple of thunderstorms during the afternoon, same thing with thursday, friday is cloudy with showers and high of 70 degrees. so, one more day of this, extension things get brighter as we get get into tomorrow.
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thank you, chris. 7:45 an all new fyi philly is coming up on 6abc. >> reporter: here's what's coming up on "fyi philly." the opening of out door eateries. we have a look behind the scenes of animal kingdom at night. we get tips on spring planting. and take you to a showroom for local designers. and dive into philadelphia magazine's list of best meatballs. that's tonight on "fyi philly." we hope you join us.
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so glad you stayed with us on a gloomy start morning, 7:48 your time, 51 degrees, sky6 live hd giving you this unpleasant look, let's be honest at the philadelphia international
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airport. we did check however, there are no cancellations or delays at this point which is good news on this rainy day. a pregnant woman in connecticut has been diagnosed with the zika virus. she is 11 weeks along in her pregnancy. she became i will with a fever and rash while traveling a month ago and tested positive for seek seek -- zika virus after returning to the states. 36 women have tested positive with all cases linked to travel. good morning will have more on the diagnosis of the zika virus and the pregnant woman in the states. "good morning america" weekend is coming up next immediately following this broadcast at 8:00 a.m. moms and their newborns will sleep more soundly and safer thanks to a program that is available at temple university hospital. it provides new mothers with supplies and a danger free place for their babies to sleep when
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they go home. "action news" reporter and registered nurse gore bore with- ali gorman. >> reporter: victoria is the first mother to receive a baby box. it's designed to give baby like two day old rain a safe sleeping environment and with nothing inside. no toys, no clothing, no pacifiers. no bottles. temple director of nursing said the rate of sudden infant death syndrome or sids in philadelphia is double the national average. the biggest cause is co-sleeping. they don't have a safe sleeping environment. that's the number one cause of suv on -- sids. they will give 3,000 baby boxes
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or extra supplies to mothers. the hope is it will keep babies safe. for new moms, diane, said having the box saves her money and she likes that it's portable. you place it in the box whatever room you're in and keep an eye on him. victoria who is a mom to three admits it can be tough when you're tired and breast feeding. sometimes when you have the baby laying up against you, it's easy to fall asleep with the baby. >> reporter: but having the box next to the bed will make things easier and safer for rain. give him the best future he can possibly have. >> reporter: and temple university hospital will be doing research to determine the impact the baby box program has on the infant mortality rate. the hope is it helps save more babies and more communities will give out the baby boxes. ali gorman channel 6 "action
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news." stay with us, coming up next, meteorologist chris sowers will take a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast soggy forecast. we're back after this.
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caught up on the forecast, you have good news, chris. >> reporter: today is not too bad. as we go to the radars, we're seeing showers in bucks and montgomery county. there's the movement from southeast to northwest. green lane, perkisie, frederick seeing wet weather this morning. by afternoon it's mainly a cloudy type day peeks of sunshine and scattered showers. 64 degrees, sun, clouds to sun for mother's day, becomes breezy and warmer, high of 68 decrease. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast looks better as we head into the new workweek. monday, tuesday, wednesday, 72, 70, 74. from wednesday on, there's a chance of showers and thunderstorms in the forecast. nobody will be talking about a drought over the next couple of months. 7:55 we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning
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america." here's paula ferris. >> reporter: good morning, gray, gop leaders are on a collision course can donald trump. he is facing push back with speaker ryan, and more are holding out on their endorsements. how is trump responding to all this? plus a shooting spree taking place over the last few days. an incident that left 6 people shot, three dead, police apprehended the shooter yesterday, the question is what was his motive. finally a young american woman who learned she is pregnant with her first child discovers weeks later she has the zika virus, she is speaking out to "g.m.a." about the emotion battle she is having, heavy news for her. it's coming up on "g.m.a." this saturday, we hope to see you soon. "action news" continues at
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9:00 a.m., we have breaking news we're working on, three people and a child are killed in a house fire in montgomery county. we are live at 9:00 a.m. two bold crook armed with axes smashed their way through a macy's store while customers are inside shopping. we'll have more on that for you. now for chris sowers, and the entire "action news" team, i'm gray hall. make it a great day.
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good morning, america. new this morning, donald trump's multifront battle at an overnight rally, trump taking on the growing list of republicans who refuse to support him. >> i don't want their endorsement. >> what trump is telling george this morning as he tries to unite the republican party while facing fresh attacks from hillary clinton and her allies. a new twitter war this morning. deadly shooting spree, a gunman on a rampage, a school, a mall and a shopping center all targeted. three people dead. another three wounded. the suspect a federal police officer hiding in plain sight. how was he finally taken down? only on "gma," the zika scare. for the first time a pregnant american woman is coming forward and speaking on camera after testing positive for the zika virus.


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