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after landing upside on the boulevard. tragedy this weekend, what happened to a bull rider this holiday weekend. live look down the shore in cape may. a man on the beach doing a little fishing. many shorepoints are popular destinations as people get a little respite from school and work. meteorologist chris sowers is here with a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. 90 yesterday, another nice day yesterday, i guess 90 is not too nice. >> reporter: yesterday felt like the middle of july it was a fairly chilly month and boom, you get yesterday. let's take you outside and show you what's going on. it's warm out there, but temperatures are not as hot as what we experienced yesterday. it's going to be all right numbers wise. we'll see the clouds increase as we look live on sky6 live hd from our temple university camera. we'll see the clouds increase in
the morning hours and we'll get rain overnight tonight and especially tomorrow. a lot of rain is forecasted for parts of of the region. millville, 75. cape may, 68. trenton, 74. the poconos 73. we have high, thin clouds over the western portion of the viewing area, delaware and chester counties. everybody else is mostly sunny. you don't have to go too far to the south to pick up the moisture and remnants of tropical storm bonnie. you can see the rain in roanoke and charleston, west virginia. all that rain lifts north over the next 1 hours and get in here after 6:00 p.m. in the short term of light showers to start an drenching downpours. 9:00 a.m., sunny, 73. 11:00 a.m. 82 sunshine. 1:00 p.m., 85.
clouds and sun. 3:00 p.m., more clouds than sun. 5:00 p.m., 85 with the high of 86 degrees. here's the remnants of bonnie coming onshore at charleston, south carolina. it will lift all these feared -- feeder bands into the north, delaware and lehigh valleys overnight tonight. when i come back i'll let you know how much to expect in your neighborhoods and the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. thousands of people are enjoying the holiday weekend at the jersey shore. yesterday summer-like temperatures attracted people to the beach. some braved the 59-degree water to take a dip. you're a kid again, i'm coming here since i was an infant. every year, i think for the last 42. >> reporter: it's wonderful. it's perfect. you love being together and in ocean city and they love going on the rides. >> reporter: of course for many
people hitting the beaches and boardwalk it's a holiday tradition. sky6 live hd taking a live look at vietnam veteran's memorial at penns landing. the memorial wall bears the names of 644 philadelphians who died during the vietnam war. tomorrow two names will be added to the wall during a memorial service the first time it has happened in 13 years. for many, the holiday weekend is full of picnics and barbecues. "action news" reporter, christie ileto caught up with folks spending the holiday in the city. we're having a block party. >> reporter: how many times have you gone back and forth through that? a lot. >> reporter: neighborhoods across the city are kicking off memorial day weekend. how long have you been out here? since 10:00 a.m. we have beef and so kosher meat. >> reporter: in feltonville it's a family reunion.
it's a neighborhood block party for a large family. >> reporter: how have you been today? it's a very good day. enjoying the heat-stroke weather trying to not to die, but enjoying the weather while we can. >> reporter: are you happy to kick off summer? yes, very much. >> reporter: river rink was packed. skating puts everyone on equal playing field. >> reporter: the weekend celebrations are just beginning. now if the weather is anything like yesterday, places like river rink will be packed. reporting at river rink christie ileto channel 6 "action news." today there will be services dedicated to those who died defending our country. st. john's cantius church in bridesburg will hold a mass for
those who lost their lives. annual oaks valley barbecue follows a parade. 6abc.com has everything you need for the holiday weekend. you can check out the inter active traffic map before you hit the roads. rely on storm tracker 6 live for any changes in the weather. you can follow the "action news" weather team on facebook and twitter for any updates. time 90:35. we're following other stories of the morning, a man is in critical condition after being stabbed multiple times in the kensington section. this happened around 5:00 a.m. on the 3300 block of argyle street. police found the victim lying in the streets with numerous stab injuries to the chest arms and fails. he was rushed to the hospital to have surgery, no word on a suspect or motive. two people are recovering after a rollover crash on the boulevard. the action cam was on the scene near the fox street exit in east falls before 4:00 a.m. police say the driver lost
control and the car landed on its roof as you see there. both the driver and passenger were taken toll hospital with non-life threatening injuries. 6 people were shot in two separate shootings in trenton overnight. the first one happened on martin luther king before 1:00 a.m. this morning. four people were hit by gunfire. a half-hour later police responded to the shooting of two people at a corner grocery store on the 200 spring street. all of the victims were taken to capitol health regional medical center. condolences are pouring for a bull rider who stained serious injuries in cow town woodstown. new jersey state police confirmed that the 19-year-old bare back rider was thrown from a bull and trampled last night. he was pronounced at the hospital. a father an son were hurt
after a large branch fell from a tree in neshaminy state park. the 30-foot tree came crashing down around 4:00 p.m. the father an son were rushed to the hospital in stable condition. those in the park described the frightening scene. we heard a big noisy, tree falling everybody running to the tree. when we got there three people were under the tree. one man was stuck under the treat. they had to cut the tree to get the man. people nearby pulled the young boy out. crews had to cut down the barges. runners hit -- branches. runners hit the street in philadelphia for a septa police officer who was injured in a hit-and-run. gary miller was hit last sunday while running in the city's holmesb uniformity -- homes
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>> reporter: today all right, if you're going to barbecue. tomorrow, a no go as we expect the rain to be well over the area at that point. looking live at the camden waterfront. battleship new jersey. the water is very calm and tranquil. the humidity is starting to increase. the sun is getting higher and higher in the sky. temperatures will climb into the mid to upper 80s. we'll fall short of the 90-degree mark. with the added humidity it will feel uncomfortable as yesterday. 73 in philadelphia. dewpoint, 62. this number was at 58 first thing this morning. pressure holding steady. winds out of the southwest at 6 miles per hour. reading 76. philadelphia, 73. millville, 75. trenton, 74. dover checking in at 74 degrees. there's the leading edge of the tropical air mass associated
with bonnie. this is where the dewpoints are getting out of control. 72 in dover. that is oppressive. that's stifling air down here. with the highs expected to top out in the mid to upper 80 this afternoon, the dewpoint climbing through the mid to upper 60s it will feel uncomfortable as the day wears on. satellite and radar high, thin clouds to the southwest. most of the coast is clear from new york all the way down to the virginia cames. that will change later on as the clouds increase thanks to the remnants of what was once tropical storm bonnie. it must jid landfall north -- it just made landfall north of charlie ton north carolina. the feeder bands will get in here after midnight tonight and we'll see torrential rainfall tomorrow morning. future tracker 6, clouds and sun, the clouds increase as the day wears on. 7:00 p.m. showers south of philadelphia jersey shore. looks like they are dry, north
and west is dry, but those showers will increase in intensity and coverage as the evening wears on overnight tonight. tomorrow morning, look at the reds and oranges and yellows that's heavy rain falling across the i-95 corridor which will continue through the first part of the afternoon. hopefully by 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., west to east we'll clear things out and skies brighten up a little bit in time for sunset tomorrow. it's not a complete loss, maybe you get the barbecue in after 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m. before then not able to. northwestern suburbs 9:00 p.m., the rain starts to move in. i-95 metro we know 8 and 9:00 p.m., south jersey an delaware, the range is 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. rainfall totals reign from 1 to 2 inches. heavier amounts possible. this model has dover over four and philadelphia and wilmington closing in on 3. millville, 3 1/2 inches of rain. increasing clouds for today.
86 degrees that's the forecasted high. winds are light out of the south/southwest at 5 to 150 miles per hour. it may be warmer in the poconos than the city. it depends on how quickly the clouds move in. if it moves it will put a lid on the temperature in the city. in the mountains, increasing clouds, 87 downpours tomorrow, 77. for the shore, increasing clouds today, and downpours tomorrow. downpours tomorrow, into the first part of the afternoon, 75 degrees that's coming off today's anticipated high of 86. 85 tuesday, turning less humid with a cold front and wednesday and thursday look good, 82 and 77. on a scale of 1 to 10, today is a good 8 or 9. tomorrow is a minus 2. thank you so much. deep sea explorers
stayed with us, sky6 live hd giving you a glimpse of the commodor barry bridge. enjoy today, folks, meteorologist chris sowers says the rain is coming today and tomorrow will not be good. in "healthcheck" this morning there's a new tool to fight addiction to primtion pain killers. -- prescription pain killers. it's an implantable long acting versionful a widely -- version of a widely used drug.
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energy levels while exercising. by comparison fuel efficiency in muscle are reduced than those who walk occasionally. a farmer is getting back on his feet again. for the past 6 months he has been testing a bye ontic ankle. he lost -- bionic angle. he lost it ten years ago. the motor and foot mimic the actions of normal ankle and calf muscles. the leg is controlled by my cell phone. i get a text message when the battery is low or i need a quiet mode or add more power to it if i need a boost. he is more stable and less tired walking up the hills right there on his farm.
everyone, forecast for today, increasing clouds and humid. 86 will feel like 90 or 91. spaghetti plots the latest on tropical storm bonnie has been downgraded to a tropical depression southeast of north carolina there's a big blocking high sitting here. the winds blow in a clockwise fashion. this will steer bonnie up to the north in the mid atlantic city states and the -- mid atlantic states in the delaware and lehigh valleys in the form of tropical downpours. here's what to expect in the 24
to 36 hours. today looks good. after 6:00 p.m., the rain arrives south you have philadelphia. it gets into the city around 8:00 p.m. from that point on expect periods of rain and heavy downpours. overall one to two inches of rain should bel rule of thumb with the system. although there will be isolated heavier amounts potentially 3 or 4 in the area that could create flubbing in flash flooding in the poor drainage areas. 9:24 many are firing up the grills this weekend to cook the burgers for the memorial barbecue. experts say the wire can come loose and send people to the emergency room since 2002.
suddenly i saw a glint of life off a piece of metal. my colleague said that looks like a bristle. you can use a brush by putting it to the test to make sure they do not come out easily. if you're planning a barbecue or pool party for memorial day. alicia vitarelli talked with a lifestyle expert and event designer to get easy and outdoor entertainerring -- entertaining ideas to used all weekend long. we wants to use good we can put on instagram. everything is easy. >> reporter: first to the table in a chic but cheap touch. you can get this at any craft
store. leave it to you to take the plastic plate and elevate it. easy. keeping the food fresh in the hot sun not the easiest task. reuse any covered canister or jar you have around the house and add chalk labels. these were 50 sent at a craft store. put them in a bucket of ice and they stay cool. >> reporter: for the tables display the candles in style. my children collect these flags and we have them all over the house. you can use a jar or pickle jar or i was being lazy and bought one it was 2 bucks. >> reporter: a little double sided tape and put it on with the little brushes and with voi. >> reporter: i get anxious with bugs, i feel like they are
findingny delicious drinks. keep them covered with cupcake wrappers. stuck it on top of the mason jar and no bugs. stay out of my drink. happy unofficial start to summer. enjoy! cheers! we need to fill these. for channel 6 "action news" i'm alicia vitarelli. there's much more to come on "action news" this sunday morning addition, lucky to be alive, a hiker who plunges down a fast moving waterfall lives to tell the story. patriotic tradition continues in washington as we remember the reason for the holiday. meteorologist chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" continues.
instead of beating the heat i thought we would embrace after all the rain we had. there's no better way to beat the heat than with ice cold cups. water ice. enjoy one more day before more of the rain moves in. meteorologist chris sowers joins us outside now with a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. how much longer the sunshine do we have, chris? >> reporter: today looks okay, bonnie stalled yesterday so
that's going to delay the arrival a little bit most of us today should stay dry. clouds will increase throughout the afternoon and the humidity will start to increase, as well. i'm noticing the change. i was last out here around 7:30 it was very refreshing. it felt great. now you can feel the air getting thicker and thicker as the humidity increases. chester, 74. center city, 73. highs today are expected to be four or five degrees cooler, but the humidity is higher, because of that it may feel like 90 degrees even though the highs top out in the mid to upper # 80s. smyrna and dover, 76. here's the tropical satellite this is tropical depression bonnie sitting around charleston, south carolina. you can see the counter clockwisele -- clockwise swirl.
heavier rains coming. today is clear, showers, quick-hitting thunderstorm around 7:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m. from that point on the coverage increases as the remnants of bonnie get closer to the region. overnight tonight and into tomorrow, perpdz -- periods of rain, some of it heavy at times. expect tropical downpours and anywhere from one to two inches of rain when all is said and done. tomorrow looks really, really miserable around the delaware and lehigh valley. 73 mostly sunny. 1:00 p.m., 885. 3:00 p.m., 86. that 86 will feel like 90 degrees. when i come back we'll take a look at tropical depression bonnie and have the seven-day forecast. thank you so much. the jersey shore is one of the most popular destinations for the long holiday weekend. it's foggy and hazy as beach
goers prepare to celebrate the holiday weekend. the beaches and boardwalks are growing more crowded as the holiday progresses. jeff chirico checked in with the crowds this weekend. ette ♪ my kind of town chicago ♪ >> reporter: a frank sinatra tribute concert kicked off the fun. many packed the boardwalk to enjoy the familiar sights and sounds of summer. on the rides and having fun. my grandparents live down hear, so we come down a lot. >> reporter: what's your favorite thing to do at the boardwalk? little evan of southampton of pennsylvania convinced grandmom to enjoy a ride on the boardwalk. we love being together and being in ocean city, we love the rides.
>> reporter: earlier in the day, blue skies and milder temperatures lured many to the beach. many braved the 59-degree water. feel like a kid again, i've been coming here since i was an infant. every year i think for the last 42? that's fun. besides the ice cream and funnel cake it's family togetherness that keeps people coming back to ocean city. a tradition that's being passed down to jackson on his inaugural visit. i feel bad for him, when he gets orderly we'll come back -- older, we'll come back. >> reporter: ocean city will hold a memorial day day service monday morning at the veterans' memorial park. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." if you hoop to stay in philadelphia for the -- if you happen to stay in philadelphia for the hot weekend, "action news" caught you mean with kids at penns landing to enjoy the
beautiful night. they laced up their roller skates to take a spin around around the river rink. earlier in the day we found others cooling down with refreshing water ice. they kept cool as they rode there bikes through the fire high hydrants. grave side ceremony will be held at washington crossing historic park to honor soldiers who died during the continental army 1776 encampment. there will be american flags place the on soldier graves. the ceremony begins at 1:00 p.m. tomorrow the delaware guard headquarters in new castle county delaware will honor beau biden. it will be renamed for him. he roles through the rank of major in the delaware national guard and earned the bronze star for service in iraq. his father vice president joe biden will attend the ceremony. 6abc.com has everything you
need to know for the holiday weekend. check out the inter active traffic map before you hit the roads. rely on storm tracker 6 live for any changes in the weather. you can follow the "action news" weather team on facebook and twitter for any updates. bonnie was weakened to a tropical depression as it continues to spin toward the north carolina coast. it could be a damper on the holiday for everyone along the eastern seaboard. that storm is lashing the coast with heavy rain and winds. it kept people off the beaches in georgia, south carolina and north carolina this weekend. crews will resumed their search for three people missing after massive flooding in texas and kansas. an 11-year-old boy was swept away in a swollen creek and officials say it is considered a recovery operation. in texas four people died
and two others are missing. evacuations are in effect in a number of cities and towns because of the river rising there. a man is in critical condition after overnight shooting in philadelphia strawberry mansion section. this happened at 24th and diamond street. police say the victim was walking outside william dick elementary, when a man with a gun approached him and demanded money. when he told the gunman he did not have any cash he shot him. victim was taken to temple. they were searching for the suspect. police are searching for suspects in the severe case of animal cruelty. authorities were called to the 2800 block of west 6ing street in chester. when firefighters arrived they found two dogs on fire both animals died. so far police have no suspects in the case. this broken screen on the second floor of a germantown home marks with a set of twins
fell this weekend. 3-year-old girls tumble 20 feet to the ground on the 500 block of manheim street. the family believe the first sister broke the fall of the second girl. a family member said the girls are inseparable. madison is the one that's hurt. mackensie is all right. one had blood on her, the other didn't have a mark on her. the girl's father believe they climbed on a window seat and fell through the screen. a judge is ordering the release of internal documents from the defunct trump university. it's a class action lawsuit against donald trump the lawsuit claims the school snarls and classes -- seminars and classes
were like info-mercials. hillary clinton will head to new jersey this week to hold a fundraiser in east brunswick with senator corey booker. her opponent sanders sarin spending the holiday weekend -- sander deion sanders -- bernie sanders is spending the weekend in california this weekend holding fundraiser in advance of the prime primary on june 7. kathleen kane ordered the probe into millions of inappropriate messages sent on state commuters. former maryland attorney general has been looking into the case since december. he has said that he intends to
make all the material public that includes the names of those people who forwarded e-mails along. he said it is unlikely the probe would result in criminal charges. there is mere to come on this sunday morning edition of "action news." caught on video, a man lived to tell about his heart-stopping fall down a waterfall. plus, new video of a young boy with a gorilla after falling into a zoo enclosure. looking live wilmington, delaware, sky6 live hd giving you a glimpse. nice look out there. that will change later tonight. meteorologist chris sowers will explain. he has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when we come back.
barrier and landed in the moat. the 17-year-old gore ril low which -- gorilla that wade over 400 pounds, was dragging and banging the boy around. the boy has been taken to the hospital and treated for nonthreatening injuries. take a look at the video of a hiker who fell 70 feet down a waterfall. scary to look at. 30-year-old josh was climbing when he slipped on a rock. he was able to stay above water on the fall and swim to the side of the river and took over 9 hours before first responders found him and pulled him to safety. that's when i started to get really scared. i thought, now it's time to survive this is getting real. real and frightening indeed. we know that he said surviving
the plunge down the fall is nothing short of a miracle. it shattered both of his feet. he is back home with casts on his legs. he said it could be worse. folks are lucky to be alive. he shouldn't be standing on the rock to begin with. daredevil. i don'ti don't know. >> reporter: let's talk about deteriorating weather. we have the remnants of bonnie pulling in here. heavy downpours are the result overnight e yoanlt tonight and tomorrow. there's the view looking at the platt bridge the humidity starting to increase, enthe clouds will increase as well followed by wet weather this evening. double scan live is clear. we're in the midst of a heat wave. by definition we need three straight days of 90 or higher to be classified as a heat wave. we had that thursday, friday and
saturday, 90 degrees on the dot. the normal 77. we are above average. accuweather says get used to this. on any average summer we see 24 degrees of 90 or -- 24 days of 90 degrees or higher. accuweather says we'll he 32 days. it will be a hot summer around the delaware valley. allentown, 77 degrees. reading, 76. the tropical air mass is pretty much down to the south across the washington, d.c. and baltimore metro area. there's the center of circulation, the remnants of what was once tropical storm bonnie. double scan live we set it in motion for you. you can see the feeder bands this is where the strongest winds and heaviest rain is being reported. all this will eventually turn to the north and it will start to
push through the carolinas and the virginias and our neck. woods as we get into the overnight tonight and tomorrow morning. you'll see that reflected on future tracker right now. later this afternoon, combination of sun and clouds, a nice finish to the weekend. we get into the evening hours, 6:00 p.m. we start to see the pop ups across south jersey and delaware, they will increase in coverage and intensity overnight tonight and after midnight and first thing tomorrow morning and lunchtime on memorial day. look at all the reds and yellows. a lot of parades will be canceled. it will be coming down in buckets through the first part of the afternoon. lunchtime, heavy heavy rains from lakehurst through camden and gloucester counties in south jersey. north and west, looks like you'll miss out on the bulk of the rain. this will push east everybody clears out in the evening. things turn bright and sunny for tuesday. if you live in an area that floods during a heavy rain event. this is something you will want
to monitor over the next 24 to 36 hours. rainfall totals could exceed 2 inches from philadelphia to the i-95 corridor south and east. this depends on where the heaviest downpour sets up. the model has dover as the prize winner. 4.44. millville, 3 1/2 inches of rain. philadelphia 2.75. on top of the five inches-plus we've seen so far this month. the normal is 2 1/2. this is a wet month around the delaware valley. 86 degrees, allentown reading you run the risk of hitting 90. trenton, 87. it will feel like 90 with the humidity. poconos 87 today. increasing clouds, monday, downpours early, 77 degrees is the forecasted high. jersey shore, ocean temperatures chilly, 56 degrees that's going to keep you guys cooler with the sea breeze today. 75 increasing clouds and downpours expected overnight tonight and into tomorrow along
with thunderstorms highs tomorrow around 75. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 86 degrees today, 75 tomorrow, with the morning downpours lingering through lunchtime, by afternoon it transitions over to leftover showers. tuesday everything clears out it turns less humid, high of 85. thursday and friday, 77 -- wednesday, 82 and 77. we were at hoss -- hospitality creek we were baking in the sun. don't forget you can find the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast at any time of the day on our website head to 6abc.com/weather. 9:47 a solemn tradition continues at arlington national cemetary this holiday weekend. 230,000 flax were placed by each -- flagz -- flags were
indy 500. the driver rev there engines in a couple of hours. you can see the action on 6abc. this event is sold out in the 100 year history. coverage against at 11:00 a.m. turning to sports it was a big weekend for a local team. downtown west high school won three gold medals in the piaa track and field championship at the shippings berg university. here's jeff skeverski with the rest of the sunday morning sports. >> reporter: with all the losing are you losing faith in the phillies? they have gone from hot to ice cold just like that. they have the worst stretch of the career. nobody in baseball has more losses than phils starter,
jarrett ikoff. he has given up four homers in the last 6 innings. they have more in the second, jason hayward to left. run scores, phils fall behind 4-0. 9th inning looking for a return, freddie galvis a fly to the right. galvis drops in the second. two bat rs later -- batters later, howard trying to do some damage. phils drop 4-1. union woke up yesterday morning in the sole possession of first place, if they want to wake up this morning atop the east they had to win or draw or new york would leap frog them in the standings. watching these games, scoreless second half. in colorado, 87th minute, sam
cronin beating andre blake. union down 1. five minutes later in extra time, brian carroll, beating zack mcmath, the former union goalie, they pick up a point to remain in first. indy 500 sold out, david letterman will have a front-row seat. his driver gram rayhall will be number one on his top ten list. if we don't win, i have every intention of faking my own death. how would that go? i know a fellow whole remove my fingerprints, i have a post office box somewhere on the planet that's all i can tell you. even with the beard he is still funny.
week with george stephanopoulos is coming up next. jonathan karl guest hosts and he has preview. >> reporter: donald trump has clinch the the nomination, instead of taking a victory lap i fired a top campaign aid and launched a war of words against the republican party's rising star. we'll talk about the trump campaign in this week's exclusive. hillary clinton is battling bernie sanders in california. we'll talk to senator diane
feinstein's about hillary clinton tough week. a powerful memorial day weekend tribute for those who served and died for our country, coming up on this week. gray back to you. thank four that. a last check of the forecast with meteorologist chris sowers, enjoy the sun while you can. >> reporter: we'll be dealing with the remnants of bonnie overnight tonight and into tomorrow. sunshine fading behind increasing clouds that's the call from accuweather. it's humid by afternoon. 86 even though it's cooler than yesterday's high of 90 with the humidity it will feel like 90. 75 tomorrow, downpours early. leftover showers by afternoon. tuesday, sun and clouds, less humid, wednesday and thursday, look good, 82 and 77. due to coverage. indy 500. "action news" continues tonight at 6:00 p.m. with walter perez and sarah bloomquist. for nydia han, chris sowers i'm
starting right now on this week with george starting right now, trump over the top. >> we hit at 1,237. >> but he's facing new protests. can he go from the most unpopular candidate in history to winning over voters and his party? trump's campaign chairman is here live. hillary's rough week. clinton brushing off that scathing e-mail report. >> it's not an issue that's going to affect the campaign or my presidency. >> will voters feel the same? plus it's crunch time. >> we are going to win here in california. >> the pressure's on. clinton's biggest golden state factor, senator diane feinstein is right here. >>