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it is a steamy start to the week we're tracking storms. let's get you to the the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. storms how intense are we talking? >> reporter: some of the them could be severe. let's get you outside, we'll start with the humidity. if you have not been outside, you will notice when you go out it's like pea soup again. we had four straight days where the humidity dropped off and you stepped outside and you can breathe for a change. we have high clouds up above. the clouds will give way to showers and thunderstorms later on. temperatures in the upper 70s and close to 80. millville, 79. cape may, 81. and atlantic city, 79 degrees. now, remember dewpoints over the last few days have been in the upper 50s to low 60s. 77 in millville. here's the scale. you get past 65, at that point it doesn't matter any more it's horrible out there.
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everybody is in the mid 70s. dover is pushing 80. atlantic city, the dewpoint is up to 73. it's going to be oppressively humid afternoon. high temperatures in the low 90s. combined the two, it will make it feel like the upper 90s. here comes the cold front you will see showers and thunderstorms develop along it. that front moves in the soup and triggers showers and thunderstorms for us. they will be on the stronger side. clouds an sun, late-day showers and thunderstorms after 2:00 p.m., 91 is the forecasted high feeling like 98 and 99. we have cooler numbers in the accuweather forecast. >> 9:01. overnight "action news" obtained video of the moment a metal railing gave way at a concert in camden. we know that 42 people were
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hurt. and there you see it, some of the chaos there, a viewer shared the video that shows rose of people crashing several feet down on to concrete some on top of each and every other. chopper 6 hd flew over the scene, snoop dogg and wiz khalifa appeared on temporary stage between the lawn seats and cover seats and fans on the lawn rushed toward them. >> snoop dogg and wiz khalifa moved to the back in the front of the lawn all the people were pushing forward. snop dog was calling -- snoop dogg was calling for people to get near him, the gate fell and everybody fell on top of them. >> everybody fell off the edge. everybody was pushing back, trying to not to go forty, i literally watched everyone fall off. >> abbey fell and became trapped below several people. >> trying to push myself out, i
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couldn't move, i was waiting for people to get off me, eventually people did, i got up, my friend was hurt i had to go with her to the er. >> frightening time for fans in camden. abbey said she had some scrapes, her friend needed to stay in the hospital. camden county sheriff is investigating the accident. we turn to the power pows johnny doc dougherty, fbi agents raid the union boss' home and city council member. >> reporter: fbi agents swarmed on john dougherty, all along johnny doc maintains he is has not done anything. >> i've been under scrutiny i don't know why, maybe because i
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win too much. >> reporter: johnny doc stood outside as the fbi raided his home and that of his sister in southwest philadelphia. army of agents carried box after box from local 98 union. >> the government has their job, let them do their job. i'm comfortable where they we ae right now. that's it. >> reporter: the probe raids philadelphia city hall. there they raided the office of bobby heenen, a long time protege of johnny dorkt -- dougherty. through the years he has made substantial contribution to a number of politician including jim kenny. the mayor said he knows nothing about the raids. >> i know basically what you know. i don't have any other
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information, you can ask the question 20 different ways but there won't be any comment because i don't have any information. >> the dougherty probe reached across the river, "action news" was there as they removed rifles from the km electrical in about berlin, new jersey. a bomb squad was called in because it was believed there were explosive materials. the firm does work for several government agencies among others. last week, they dropped $80,000 for parties for the democratic national convention. >> it would be fair to say they are not fooling around. they have reason to believe that crimes are being committed. they have reason to believe that the severance that they are conducting -- the searches that they are producing will produce
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evidence of the crimes. >> reporter: johnny doc dougherty had come on the feds radar ten years ago, but never convicted of a crime. johnny dougherty is accused of attack ago nonunion contractor outside a philadelphia repair shop. the man claims he broke his nose, dougherty has not been charged and denies being the aggressor. we're following this story every step of the way on the our website 6abc.com, check in online throughout the weekend or our 6abc news app and "action news" social media account. 9:06. a montgomery county gymnastic coach is charged with sexually assaulting a girl multiple times. the abuse started when the girl was 8 years old and lasts for three years.
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a philadelphia community now rallying around a kensington man after someone stole his wheelchair. "action news" reporter, bob brooks sat down with the victim who has a message for the thief. >> reporter: this is bill dyer, we don't have to explain this, you can see from the video how hard it is to walk around. he fell victim to a freak accident several years ago. >> i was hit by a train. >> reporter: as you would imagine someone like bill relies on his power chair to get around. it is usually chained to this porch railing, the chain was cut two weeks ago, someone stole the power chair. >> it is all my independence. >> reporter: the cost? >> $5,000. >> reporter: that's money he doesn't have and now he is trusting others with the money he does have to get things he needs. >> i'm nervous about giving pin
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numbers out and stuff like that. i have to do what i have to do. >> reporter: the average person likely takes walking for granted, obviously, that's not a luxury bill has. the plan now is to wait for the suspect to have a change of heart. >> you wouldn't want to have this done to your grandmother. if you would return it to me, that's my livelihood i would appreciate it. >> reporter: you can see in the video it's hard for him to get around, he is hopeful someone will come to his aid. reporting in kensington, bob brooks channel 6 "action news." >> we hope the wheelchair is returned. thousands of music fans are flocking to bethlehem for musikfest. ♪ all right, the ten day festival kicked off last night. rachel platen was among the main performers and run dnc takes to the steel stage. there are 500 performances on dozens of stages and 6abc is the
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official media partner. 9:08 a.m., there is much more to come including shocking allegations against a mayor in virginia. police say he was busted trying to trade drugs for sex. if you're in a sport and you're trying to up your performance, this is where you do it. >> we're taking you inside a specialized gym designed for student athletes. >> reporter: future tracker 6 says look out, we're going to get thunderstorms later on. details coming up in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
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>> a wildfire that's, but in montana continues to cause destruction there. crews found two more homes that were destroyed by the roaring lion fire. 30 outbuildings and other structures were damaged. it's burned more than 12 square miles and forced the evacuations of hundreds of homes. a father and son got trapped in flooding in their rented u haul truck in scottsdale, arizona. flash flooding spawned by monsoon season trapped dozens of drivers in arizona.
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a drier week is in the forecast, that's good news. >> back here at home we're talking heat and rain. >> reporter: and humidity. there's the place to be right there. let's head to the jersey shore today escape the heat and humidity. actually it will be toasty on the sand, too with high temperatures in the upper 80s, you'll get a sea breeze developing later on, so it will feel pretty good. things have cleared out nicely, you had good downpours in cape may county early this morning. now we're seeing breaks in sunshine, the good news the radars are clear. we'll keep an eye to the sky after 2:00 p.m. that's when the cold front starts pushing through, the warm soupy air mass. you'll see an explosion of showers and thunderstorms move through the area southwest to northeast. i'll show you that in a moment on future tracker 6. 80 degrees with a dewpoint of 74. that feels lousy. pressure holding steady. winds out of the of the southwest at 8 miles per hour. 76 in fleetwood, same number for
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pottstown, saint david, 75. chester, 78. south and east, low 80s as well. glassboro, 82. vineland, 78. woodbine, 79. sea isle city checking in at 81. you had heavier downpours first thing this morning. all eyes are to the west. here's the cold front. you can see the showers and thunderstorms pepper the front. one east of pittsburgh. more cells east of binghamton and new york. that's the front that will charge east. with the front, once it passes through, tomorrow it will be great, it's warm, but we lose the humidity. the bad news with all the heat and humidity we're seeing right now, as the front interacts with the air mass it will spawn showers and thunderstorms. some of them could be on the hefty side. strong gusty winds and downpours and ton of cloud to ground
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lightning strikes. if you heard thunder head indoors. 5:30 p.m. most of the stuff is past philadelphia and across the interior sections of south jersey. when you get the reds that's an indication of heavy downpours. 6:00, 6:30 p.m. it clears the coast. tomorrow, lower humidity levels and temperatures in the upper 80s. what to expect this afternoon, combination of sun and clouds, heat indices feels-like temperatures in the upper 90s. upper 90s again, the broken line of showers and thunderstorms develop around 2:00 p.m., far western suburbs in the city 4:00, 4:30 p.m., lots of lightning and downpours, strong gusty wind and small hail. upper 90s with the humidity, late-day thunderstorm and extremely humid. winds out of the southwest at 5
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to 15 miles per hour. throughout the late morning hours combination of sun and clouds, it's after 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m., we start to see the storms pop up. 3:00 p.m., temperatures 90. 5:00 p.m., 86 degrees. if you're heading to the lehigh valley, humidity levels drop off. 88 degrees today, sunny and nice tomorrow, 86. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 91 today. 89 tomorrow. feels better tomorrow, monday and tuesday, 86. 88. mostly sunny, both days, wednesday it's a sticky 88. thursday, and friday, 92 and 90. today will be the 26th time this year we hit 90 degrees or better. >> can you do something about it, chris? >> reporter: i'm trying. >> 9:16 we like to remind you can find the seven-day forecast and live look at double scan
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radar at 6abc.com/weather. a mayor in virginia is caught in the middle of a bombshell announcement by police. they say he is involved in a mess for sex -- meth for sex bust. he is using meth for sex. police say they saw him buy meth outside the hotel and when he gave the drugs to undercover agents, officers moved in and made the arrest. >> he did not resist, he is compliant, he provided a full confession on everything he did that night. >> two accused meth suppliers were led away in cuffs.
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here's a look at what's happening in and around the delaware and lehigh valleys this weekend. check out the second allegheny avenue arts fest performing arts and visual arts. there will be children activities and give aways and plenty of food and a whole lot of fun. this is happening on the 1600 block of west allegheny avenue from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. the ran teak fire apparatus -- antique fire apparatus show will be held at cooper river park.
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the vehicles range from the 1700s to today. the cradle of liberty antique fire apparatus will host the show again tomorrow from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. a unique jam in south jersey is -- a unique gym in south jersey helping student athletes get in tip-top shape. ali gorman takes you there. >> reporter: this is not your typical gym nor are these your typical athletes. many are elite athletes in high school and middle school and college. they are working on speed and strength and mobility. scott is owner of impact training and fitness in west berlin, new jersey. he combines his sports medicine background with sporpt performance. >> -- sport performance. >> reporter: every work out together, but they are following their own specific program.
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exercises are trailered for different sports and different positions to keep kids can understand and injury-free. >> reporter: 19-year-old mike is college baseball pitcher, he said impact training is helping him throw faster and safer. >> the next day i feel better because i'm in better condition. >> reporter: aside from baseball. >> we train field hockey and lacrosse, basketball, wrestling, we have a big football population. >> reporter: 20-year-old christine used to play lacrosse and soccer. now in college she wants to stay in shape. she said she wasn't strong when she started. as you can see things have changed. >> it's a good thing for your confidence, i feel better overall, mentally and physically. >> scott said everyone starts slow learning proper techniques, even though everybody competes with each other in the school
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year, here they are on the same team. >> reporter: every student starts with a full assessment they have a program for baseball and runs boot camp for adults, as well. more details at 6abc.com/"healthcheck." ali gorman channel 6 "action news." >> time 9:23 a.m. training camp is underway at penn state, plus, several eagles players are nursing injuries, we have the latest next in sports. one fifth of all the fresh water in the world flows into one incredible experience you can't find anywhere else. and that's not the only thing you can only find in new york state. ♪
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us on this saturday morning, 9:25, 80 degrees already, sky6 live hd giving you a glimpse
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over wilmington, delaware. meteorologist chris sowers says prepare for humidity, heat and also storms. in sports this morning, the phillies west coast trip is off to a good start. they beat the padres in san diego last night. score, 5-4. cameron rup gave them the lead knocking in four runs. jake thompson makes his phillies debut tonight. ducis rogers has the rest of the saturday morning sports. >> reporter: good morning, there's a bug floating around eagles camp. the injury bug, the day after seeing jason peters and malcom jenkins get nicked up, tightened zack ertz was evaluated for a concussion, he is irk that defensive players are going low
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when tackling in practice. >> these guys are pros, the rookies coming in don't know what the atmosphere is like. >> i try to get the message across, protect each other, don't go low, it's reactionary stuff, you can't fault the players for trying to make plays. >> reporter: the eagles got good news, both running back ryan matthews and brooks made their first appearance in training camp. brooks said he is happy to get out there. >> we were rehab buddies, the whole time, we've been talking as far as you know what we're seeing or how he sees it on the run game, and stuff looking forward for big things from him, everywhere he's been, he's done very well. >> reporter: penn state training camp has kicked off many view this as a make or break year for james franklin. else coming off back-to-back 7-6
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campaigns. >> we're still a young team. one of the youngest teams in the country. we were young last year, our roster still somewhat out of whack. it will be interesting where the identity comes out. >> finally this morning, a scene that brings us back to 2001. alan iverson was back on the court last night. granted it was at the liacouras center. ai hosted the celebrity basketball game. some 4,000 fans were in attendance, the money raised helps vary sows charities including -- various charities, including pal. he has advice for young players on the sixers team. >> one game, every time you step out on the basketball could court it's an honor and blessing and you give everything you got. >> good to see him again,
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that's a look at sports this morning, i'm ducis rogers. >> much more to come on "action news" saturday morning, including "shelter me rescue of the week." >> reporter: i'm karen rogers this is tazz one of the cats saved by the camden county animal shelter our winner this week. full l if you would like to meet him or some of his friends that's coming up on "action news." >> meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" saturday at 9 comes right back.
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>> happening right now on "action news," saturday at 9:00, dozens of people are injured when a railing gives way at a rap concert in camden. plus, celebration turns to tragedy in france, 13 people are dead after a fire breaks out at a bar during a birthday party. donald trump endorses house speaker paul ryan and other top gop lawmakers. outside we go to meteorologist chris sowers, with a check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, hot, humid, and storms today, right chris? >> reporter: korea we have all three, feels like the bahamas, it's extremely humid, temperatures in the 80s. we have a good deal of sunshine. early this morning it was complete overcast. so we're starting to see the clouds break apart and the sun is shining through. 80 is the number philadelphia millville, dover, 81.
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upper 70s north and west, close to 80 degrees along jersey shore. we've updated our dewpoint scale. you can see the top of the screen, 65 we'll call it lousy. 70 is awful, 75 is terrible. philadelphia sitting between awful and terrible this morning. that's what it feels like this morning. the air is very soupy and thick. feels like you can cut it with a knife. very tropical. a lot of that humidity will lead to a ton of instability later this afternoon. with the cold front approaching from the northwest you have all the ingredients needed for a shower on or thunderstorm. if you hear thunder head indoors immediately, because as soon as you hear the thunder you're in close enough range to be struck by listening. 2:00 p.m., 89, 5:00 p.m., 86. when you factor in the humidity, that 89 feels like 96 degrees at
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2:00 p.m. accuweather suggests the peak heat indices good morning, or feels-like temperatures could top out between 97 and 99 later on. that's getting close to that dangerous category. if you're out and about, take it easy, stay hydrated and be on the look out for pop-up showers and thunderstorms. when i come back we'll detail it on future tracker 6 and we'll have the seven-day forecast. >> 9:33 a.m. it was a frightening scene, 42 people are injured some still in the hospital after a scare at a concert in camden. [screaming] >> you see just some of the glimpses there, a metal railing gave way sending folks falling to the concrete. an "action news" viewer posted the video of the partition falling. snoop dogg and police were feet
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away giving their fans a close up performance on a small temporary stage. fans rushed toward them before the railing fell. >> everybody was running towards as fabs -- fans would do and everybody was crashing into each other, and the railing fell and everybody fell over. >> the concert was canceled 20 minutes after the incident. new at 9:00, rescue crews pulled a man along the schuylkill expressway he was sitting along the riverbank at mlk in fairmont park when he fell into the water. police and marine unit responded to the call. the man was not seriously hurt. the driver of the u haul truck is at the center of an investigation. that man was stopped by state police in the parking lot in the 500 block of city avenue. always troopers approached him he got out and started to run.
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there was a struggle and he became unresponsive, he was taken to the hospital. we are awaiting to hear about the money's condition and why he was pulled over. turning to politics, donald trump is taking his message to new hampshire. that visit comes one day after the gop nominee threw his support behind paul ryan, lana zack with the latest. >> reporter: the endorsement drama is over. >> in our shared mission to make america great again, i support and endorse our speaker of the house paul ryan. [cheers and applause]. >> donald trump created headlines earlier this week when he withheld his endorsement of house speaker paul ryan. meanwhile, hillary clinton is trying to recruit a sector from
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donald trump. >> i'm trying to understand why it is people are supporting trump. let's not lose site of the pain that many americans are feeling because the economy has left them behind. >> reporter: clinton going on the attack. >> we need to stand up as a country and say that donald trump doesn't represent who we are and what we believe. >> she's really pretty close to unhinged. >> reporter: donald trump lobbing the same accusations he has been facing at clinton. >> i was the first one to use the word unfit in referring to her. now they pick it up and use it on me, i always thought i was extremely fit. >> reporter: poll showing hillary clinton up by 15 points. it's worth noting that it's been 245 days since clinton held a formal press conference.
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lana zack abc news washington. 13 people are dead after a fire tore through a bar in northern france, it started in the normandy. 6 others were hurt. it is not clear what started the fire. japan marked the 71st anniversary of the atomic bombing of hiroshima, 71 years ago, u.s. dropped the atomic bomb in the final days of world war ii. japanese leaders renewed calls moving toward a world free of nuclear weapons. they encouraged world leaders to follow in president obama's footsteps. in may, he became the first sitting u.s. president to visit hiroshima. several people made their voices heard outside chicago police headquarters angry about
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officers shooting at a car of an unarmed black teenager who died. >> reporter: watch as the chicago police officer opens the door of his patrol car and raises his gun and opens fire as suspect paul o'neill speeds away in a stolen vehicle. the second angle captures another officer firing. he races down the neighborhood and crashes into a squad car a. o'neill flees on foot, officers chasing him. >> these tense moments from 9 body cam and dash cam videos our first look at how things unfolded on july 28 when the chicago police fatally shot the car robbery suspect. officers are running through backyards and pinning him down and handcuffing him all after an officer shot him in the back. missing from the image, body cam footage of the fatal shot being
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fired. that camera was not recording and investigating why. officers on the scene seemed concerned about fallout. >> i'm going to be on the desk for 30 days now. >> you'll be crucified bro. >> reporter: o'neill died shortly after the shooting he was unarmed. officers are banned from firing into a vehicle when the only force wasserman schultz the -- when the only force used was the car against the officers. >> it's disturbing. >> that was abc's alex perez with that report. much more to come on saturday morning at 9 a.m. they may save time, but are self service check out stations leading to crime. we have a study. this is a wedding story you will not forget, the bride-to-be
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9:42 a woman's wedding day will go on with the sound of her father's heart even though he died. her dad indict back -- died back in 2006 during a robbery.
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this man received his heart in a transplant. they met for the first time last night and today he'll escort the bride down the aisle. >> it's amazing to be back here with michael's heart it's incredible. >> i've been talking to him and writing letters and calling and receiving flowers and sending gifts for the past ten years and now it's final lie here, my family is complete. >> wow, how can this story not stuff you. >> reporter: jenny said hugging arthur was like being close to her father again, we wish her well on her wedding day. new at 9:00, these people are walking and running in the name of life saving transplants like the one with just told you about. hundreds laced up to head out for the donor dash in wilmington. donor families and recipients came out. it supports donations and
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transplant initiatives in delaware. okay, back here in the studio, let's get you caught up on the forecast. >> reporter: cool studio, air-conditioning. >> out there it's humid. >> reporter: it's warm, it's soupy and later this afternoon, it just turns down right hot with temperatures in the 90s. feeling like the upper 90s. we get into that mid-july-like heat there's the center city skyline, lots of cumulus clouds upstairs. showers and storms develop later on. for now the radars are clear, but things could get active in a few hours. 91 degrees we're shooting for today. the normal is 86. we're a good five degrees above average. we started out at 76 the normal low is 69. it will be the 26th time this year we've hit 90 degrees or higher. all these 80s feel like 85 or
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86. 80 in millville, dover, 81. cape may, 86 degrees. atlantic city, 81. beach haven checking in at 80 degrees. here's satellite even radar, here's the good news with the heat oppressive humidity it lasts one day this time around, unlike the weeks on end like we saw in the middle of july. this is a nice, comfortable air mass up through here, it's a canadian air mass. it will be hot, temperatures close to 90 degrees, but you'll notice the difference because we lose the humidity. for today, as the cold front approaches it travels into the soup, the hot, steamy air mass and showers and thunderstorms fire up after 2:00 p.m. all the humidity is knocked out to sea and it feels better with a lot of the sunshine. let's time it out, future tracker 6, midday all is quiet in and around the immediate philadelphia area. here's the cold front you can see the showers pepper the front. a broken line of showers and
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thunderstorms by 3:30 p.m. it's quiet in the city, south jersey and delaware it's stormy north and west for certain locations, not everybody skis it. 5:00 p.m., 35:30 p.m. it closes over the delaware river. not at the shore, but you can see heavy thunderstorms for interior sections of south jersey and hitting the shorepoints by 6:00 p.m., 6:30 p.m. it turns less humid overnight tonight. sunday morning combination of sun and clouds, the entire day. sunday looks really, really nice. later this afternoon keep an eye to the sky. broken line of thundershowers and thunderstorms, cloud to ground lightning strikes and heavy drenching downpours, the storms won't last long, but it could pack a punch. gusty winds possible and maybe small hail. when i saw gusty winds some of the storms could produce winds 50 to 55 miles per hour. humid afternoon storms. 90 in wilmington, philadelphia,
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91. 90 in millville. trenton, 90. and close to 90 for atlantic city we're forecasting a high of 88. the poconos early afternoon thunderstorms today and actually clearing later on, 80 degrees, bright and refreshing tomorrow, 78. we're losing the humidity. jersey shore toasty today, high of 88 degrees on the sand. thunderstorm threat is after 5:00 p.m. moderate risk for rip currents. pay attention to the lifeguards. look at the ocean temperature, 78. boy, is that nice. sunny and nice tomorrow, 86 degrees. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast oppressive today. not so much tomorrow, it's hot, 89 degrees. monday looking good, 86. tuesday, looks good, 88. wednesday, thrution, friday -- wednesday, thursday, friday, hot and humid again. cold play concert tonight at 7:00 p.m. lincoln weather should be okay for that. musikfest lehigh valley 7:30,
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the weather will clear at that point. everything will be okay. >> 9:47 in this week's "shelter me rescue of the week" two cats find their forever home. >> reporter: when casey and joe joe were found roaming the streets as strays, they found comfort in each others company. >> he would put her head in front of his face excelled groom her head. >> i fell in love with them. they let me hold them and they were great, they were great since i brought them home. >> reporter: that was five years and they have welcomed her into the fold. she adopted the pair from the camden county animal shelter. >> camden county was wonderful, they had their shots and cleaned and micro chipped and when i took them home all i had to was
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add love. >> reporter: the rescue has more kitty looking for love. like 4-year-old penny. turbo is a 2-year-old american long hair. very laid back and quiet just wants to sit. >> cindy is 2 years old and very curious. >> reporter: and this is tad how cute is he? he is good with kids and families and other cats. his owner had to go into a nursing home and now he is looking for a good home. if you like any of the animals you met today visit the camden county website. tell us where you adopted your pet and how much they mean to you on our "fyi philly" facebook.
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nutella - spread the happy! >> as always we're glad you're waking up with us on a saturday morning, 9:52, 80 degrees, sky6 live hd giving you a shot of the temple university camera overlooking the city. meteorologist chris sowers says if you have outdoor plans expect heat, humidity, and pop-up showers. in this morning's technically speaking, a new report is raising questions
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about the self service check out stations at stores. analysts from the public research university in england said it's turning shoppers into thieves. they found businesses using self service check out more than doubled the manned check outs. removing the human element makes it easier to give into temptation. many shoppers get frustrated with the technology they feel justified if they steal. a brand new "fyi philly" is coming up on of abc, here karen rogers and alicia vitarelli with the preview. >> reporter: hey guys here's what's coming unup on "fyi philly." we're celebrating summer's final act with ideas for the last gasp for fun in the sun. south philly's famous strip is a great place for a stroll or go
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to a new spot in king of prussia. >> that's tonight on "fyi philly" him hope you tune in. coming up next, meteorologist chris sowers will have a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. we'll see you back here after this break. and spent eleven months in a pow vcamp.m
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late-day thunderstorm. tomorrow it's hot, but we lose the humidity, it will feel better. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows another nice break by the middle of next week. >> a break is good. >> jack hanna's "wild countdown" is coming up next on channel 6. "action news," of course, continues later tonight. we'll be back tomorrow morning at 6:00 a.m. here's some of the stories we're working on on for you, we'll help you get ready for the new school year. turning everyday objects into powerful works of art. we'll give you a sneak peek at a new exhibit at the barnes foundation. 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, everyone, i'm jack hanna, coming to you from my base camp here at the columbus zoo, and welcome to "wild countdown." what do zebras, tigers, and the rest of today's animals have in common? they all wear stripes. that is gorgeous! stripes can be a warning. look at this. oh, gosh, i'm getting chills! a way to stand out. oh, look at all the lemurs in the trees. or blend in. i've heard this--why don't you go to africa, jack, with your show and film the okapi. are you kidding me? brandon: you could be there 20 years and never see an okapi. jack: plus my blooper of the week. are you starting to see a pattern? styli

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