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gear. and attorney general, kathleen kane, is back in court and her ex-boyfriend is back on the stand. we are back with the latest. and it's that time of year already, back to school for youngsters in delaware. now the details on the forecast, we have a combination of steamy and stormy, and the heat warning kicked in a half hour ago. and with it comes the chance for storms. rain fell on runners on martin luther king drive this morning, there was a short lived thunderstorm that caught people off guard as well. lets take a live look sky 6 hd showing you center city from our temple cam. gray skies and a threat of more precipitation, the sun was sun shining a few moments ago but accuweather says keep the umbrella close by. karen rogers is at the "action news" big board with a closer look from storm tracker 6 double
scan live radar. >> the heat warning started at noon today and lasts straight through saturday evening. we are talking about an extended period of excessively hot air. it will feel like over 100 each day. we heard the thunder here in the studio earlier this morning when the storms rocked through. we have a few cells, you see them starting to form near harrisburg, north and west to see the better chance of the storms pop. we have a shower pushing off the coast now in surf city, and currently dry through the region, lets look at the numbers and that did nothing to break the heat. 90 degrees is the new number in martins creek and 88 in slatington and pottstown 94 and 94 in coatesville already, they have sunshine out to the west. and clouds in philadelphia, a few passing clouds held the
numbers down. 87 in center city. in new jersey, 90 in browns mills, 90 in ewing and 92 in vineland and 93 in smyrna, delaware. you see the numbers and it's not just the heat but the humidity is oppressive. the dew points are in the mid-70s at this point. that means oppressive air, any time you hit 70 you feel how thick it is out there. i want to show you this, this is a graphic that tracks the heat index. by 2:00 today feeling like 101, and at 8:00 if you are sit can at the eagles game it will feel like 96 degrees. the heat and humidity this is the beginning of it and building each day through the weekend. i'll tell you when it finally gets better in the seven-day forecast. >> thank you. some folks did not let the storms get in the middle of their dale quiworkouts while others stay earn doors to avoid
the rain and heat as well. katherine scott is showing us how everyone is coping in the area. >> it was hot even before the sun came up, and oh the humidity, the storms came through earlier and now just muggy out here and expect it to stick around. the heat and humidity is settling in across our area, a hazy view of center city from belmont plateau, over on forbidden drive the workout crowd looked thin. the sun is not as bright and the tall trees provide additional cover but the air felt thick. >> you feel like you are wearing it, the weather is on top of you. >> we are out a half hour earlier than usual. the heaviest of the air seemed to slow people down but not this pair. >> if you only ran in the best weather, you won't get the rain and cold wind. it's good to adjust to different
climates. >> soon rumbles of thunder gave warning of pop-up storms. on ridge avenue in east falls, the umbrellas were out and rain was falling over at this work site in spring garden, the crew kept ongoing, they will push through anything and drink and stay hydrating and this rain doesn't have the cooling effect like you hope. >> the rain hits the ground and makes steam and just gets hotter. >> whether it's the movie theaters or malls, people are looking for air conditioners to help them ride out the next few days. katherine scott, channel 6 "action news." and this note, philadelphia's corporation of aging hot line is open. the number is on your screen, 215-765-9040.
the heat line will be open tomorrow and saturday as well. and remember to use stormtracker 6 live double scan to keep an eye out for the pop-up storms. it's one of many tools available at 6abc.com/weather. don't forget to stay connected by following each of our meteorologist, on twitter and facebook. in other news, it's another day of testimony in the trial of pennsylvania's attorney general. kathleen kane is faces charges of perjury and obstruction, her former boyfriend that later became a top aide is back on the stand. john rawlins is live outside of the krauss in norristown with more. >> reporter: hi rick, well the latest is that josh morrow he may be the key witness on the prosecution, the former political cuonsultant of kathlen rain and testified he
orchestrated the cover up and leaking of information, he is the latest of a parade of current and former staffers. among them adrian king, once her top adviser. >> kathleen kane arrives for the third day of testimony for the case against her, her one time law school boyfriend and later top administrative aide, adrian king. they say that kane used king to illegally link material to josh morrow and that later ended up in this daily news article that triggered the probe that led to kane's arrest. under tough cross-examination kane was pushed about changing his testimony. a clearly annoyed king, i did it when it became clear that the
attorney general and mr. morrow tried to frame me. it's the contention that -- the former prosecutor is observing the trial, his take both sides so far followed the roadmap of their opening statements. >> they have presented people that step by step revealed a process by when the leaked material was gotten to the press. they have not gotten all the way there yet but every person is detailing their step in it. >> well, he says also that the defense landed solid punches in cross-examination questioning inconsistencies and implying they are lying to protect themselves. john rawlins, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. police need your help finding this man for robbing a south philadelphia 7-eleven at
gun point. surveillance video shows it's man behind the counter forcing an employee to empty out of the ridgester. was last seen wearing all black including a black bandana over his face. well, football is back. the eagles first preseason game is tonight at the linc and carson went z will make his debut against tampa bay. coach doug peterson has a list of scripted plays for wentz and sam bradford who is playing in the first half. because of the heat the rules that prevent fans from binging in liquids is lifted tonight. each person can bring in one 16 ounce or smaller sealed bottle of water. it's hard to believe that students in delaware are heading back to school today. after a few first days of school
pictures and jitters, students walked into claymont this morning and the school principal says there is a good reason for the jump start on the school year. >> we startd this 12 years ago and we found that trying to minimize some of the summer learning loss helped them to get them started. >> the principal said that most parents agree that by the end of the july the students are ready to get back to school believe it or not. >> there is more ahead on "action news" at 12:30, new information is coming out about the devastating fire and explosion at an apartment building in maryland. two bodies have been found at the scene. more details coming up. and the founder of the huffington post is stepping down. why arianna huffington says she will do now.
two people were killed and more than 100 others out of their home because of a massive apartment fire in maryland near washington, d.c. they told they were literally flown out of their beds from the explosion. people were forced to jump from windows to safety and parents lowered their children to safety to bystanders on the ground and five people remain missing.
>> got so scared. there were become jumping out of the window and screaming for help. >> at least 30 people were injured and the cause of initial explosion is under investigation. all right to the race for the white house, donald trump and hillary clinton are on the campaign trail today. trump is in florida and clinton will address the economy in michigan, both candidates continue to poke at each other's vulnerabilities. >> it's a very busy week on the campaign trail for donald trump. some days he is at multiple events, that gives him multiple opportunities to continue attacks on hillary clinton but also gives him opportunities for missteps. >> donald trump not letting up on hillary clinton. >> crooked hillary -- >> it's the latest on scathing overthe top attacks. >> although the second amendment people maybe there is.
isis is honoring president obama -- >> he founded isis -- >> and as polls show clinton's lead growing, "time" magazine cover on trump, one word -- melt down. >> he cannot stay on one topic in order to break through to get the numbers back from hillary clinton. >> in a bizarre campaign season now a man climbing trump tower with suction cups. >> and some people get a little carried away. have you noticed that. >> and more controversy on who is on stage. clinton's campaign facing heat when the father of the orlando nightclub shooter shot behind her. and former congressman mark foley after resigning in disgrace after emails for teenage boys were made public. >> you get the seats you know
the campaign. >> hillary clinton is set to release her tax returns and tim kaine for 10 years of his. a not so subtle push to get donald trump to do the same. >> the huffington post will soon be without arianna huffington. the online blog and news site is leaving to start a new venture, huffington has been the site's editor and chief will head a health and wellness global. in 2002 the site won the pulitzer prize for stories on wounded veterans.
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eww. >> lets take a look now at stormtracker 6 live double scan. we are dry through most of the region now. we had storms earlier, as you look to the west you start to see cells trying to pop up and we can go closer with this with double scan, that is the best way to pinpoint what is happening. seeing lightning strikes out near harrisburg but this little cell near reading just popped up in the last few minutes. lets go outside and show you what it looks like. the action cam was out and about and we had rain and it make its greener in fairmont park, a beautiful shot, 87 degree right now in philadelphia. 88 in allentown and 90 already in reading. 87 in trenton and 90 in millville and 90 in cape may, and the heat index in the city is already 95, that is what it feels like, oppresssive humts and we feel the change with that. the clouds are starting to break a bit and we had cloud cover
earlier, we see the showers and thunderstorms trying to pop up and we are watching for that today and most especially in philadelphia and areas north and west and future tracker 6 is not showing a whole lot happening and 6:00 a shower or two is popping up. this is the radar at 10:30 a shower or two popping up. things can pop supquickly. the shore you have the moderate risk of rip concerns and the jersey beaches, 87 for your high and delaware beaches 89 and still oppressive humidity even at the shore. 93 is your high in philadelphia and even in the lehigh valley low 90s you are dealing with it. 90 in trenton and millville. 93 for your high in cape may and 91 in dover, delaware. look at this hour by hour 2:0092 degrees and clouds and sun and philadelphia north and west
clouds or thunderstorms to fire up and 93 and 6:00 p.m. 90 and 8:00 p.m. 88 degrees and if you head to the eagles gail, the preseason game, people are bringing their water bottles and dealing with it. it will feel like the 90s and kickoff 88 degrees in the fourth quarter and feeling horribly muggy, the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast hot and humid and 93 for your high and tomorrow no relief 95, and saturday scorching heat 96 degrees for your high temperature. a chance of a shower or thunderstorm each day, sunday stifling and 95 and monday not quite as brutal. 91 degrees, the front finally comes through and brings a few showers or thunderstorms. on tuesday you feel relief and warm at 86, you will feel the difference.
and nice for the air show, check in on your pets and make sure everyone is doing okay in this heat. >> check on me too. hundreds of thousands of eyes are on the sky at it's jersey shore next week, the annual atlantic city air show is thrilling audience as lines along the beaches and alicia vitarelli joins us with more. >> among those buzzing the beaches is a long time flyer that splits his time between the sky and the courtroom and i got to sit behind the wheel of the plane he will fly in. take a look. >> jim beasley spends most of his time in a suit and tie at a center city law office started by his father. but when he puts on his flight suit another passion his father shared with him takes off. the first plane was this a p 57 mustang, the same airplane he will fly at the air show. >> he must have been a good
salesman. a world war ii fighter built in 1944, and it stillenttains in the air and coxs with a history lesson. >> this plane is gorgeous and also a roles royce. >> spreading awareness is one reason that jim flies at the air show. >> showing us our past. >> and telling the story having the old planes flying with the new ones. the old planes gives a chance to recognize the veterans that fought in the war. >> we do a lot with veterans and others getting older now. the p 51 is patterned from a plane that fought in germany. >> his name is bald eagle. he has participated in every air show since it started in 2003. >> the whole beach is full and the pier is full.
>> jim flies 2500 feet off the ground to 5,000 feet. >> how much fun is it what are you doing? >> rolls. >> upside down? >> yes. >> what? >> now all the tricks his father brought him he is pass ago lon to his 17-year-old son. >> what a cool toy for a 17-year-old. his son jimmy condition part tate this year as he prepares for his senior year of high school. >> you flew with your father and now are you flying with your son. >> a nice family tradition. >> this year's atlantic city air show is next wednesday and kirks off at 10:30 in the morning and runs until 3:00 in the afternoon. catch our special this saturday night at 7:00 on 6 abc. >> he did offer me a trip up but i'm afraid of heights so -- >> you work your way to it. >> my fears. >> a couple of beers you'll be
fine. >> well, the famed electric parade at walt disney world's park ends in object. it has dazzled visitors with colorful lights and disney characters since it debuted in 1977, it's shipped west for a limited run in disneyland in california. they have not said what would replace the parade in disney world. disney is the parent company of 6 abc.
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>> thank you again, coming up later this afternoon is another edition of down at the shore. melissa magee is heading to atlantic city where they are getting ready for a big concert on the beach this weekend. and they are taking precautions for the zika virus, we'll break down the plan for you coming up tonight. that does it for "action news" at noon, don't forget to join us for "action news" at 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00. we'll be there. for david murphy, karen rogers and the entire "action news" team i'm rick williams, have a nice afternoon. i'll see you later on "action news" at 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00.
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