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>> the excessive heat claims two lives in philadelphia and we are not out of danger yet. >> new overnight milwaukee, wisconsin calls for calms tensions flare after a fatal shooting by police. >> flooding traps drivers down south we'll show you the dramatic rescues. good morning, 6:00 a.m., so glad you're waking up with us. sky6 live hd looking at the atlantic city boardwalk. there may be people out there at this hour. >> reporter: it is oppressive at this hour. >> reporter: when someone is cooking in the kitchen and you
open up the oven, that's what it feels like. the humidity is through the roof. let's get you outside and show you what is a beautiful shot. once we get outside it's uncomfortable. mainly clear conditions, humid weather will continue to grip the delaware and the lehigh valleys over the next 48 hours or so. today should not be as bad as yesterday. the excessive heat warning will continue right through the evening for the entire viewing area, it expires at 9:00 a.m., that's when the humidity levels start to die down a little bit. 6:00 a.m., it feels like 92 in philadelphia. 94 in millville. dover, 93. 90 in atlantic city, close to 90 in wilmington. satellite and radar, we really haven't seen much relief in the form of thunderstorms. we were hoping we would get a few of them in and around the immediate philadelphia area, but a lot of were confined to the
lehigh valley and the poconos and upstate new york and southern portions of the great lake states. that's where they will stay today. one or two areas could pick up a pop up short term later on, most of us stay dry, 97 degrees is the forecasted high with the humidity. it will feel like 107. it will be another awful feeling day, yesterday's heat index was 111. it's better, but still in the dangerous category. when i come back we'll show you cooler temperatures, finally, in the seven-day forecast. >> our heat wave has turned deadly in philadelphia. the temperature is part of the story. the humidity is also a factor. bob brooks has more. >> reporter: if it wasn't hot enough already how about adding fire. philadelphia firefighters battled a blaze tan abandoned church steeple in mount airy. it was about ice cold water and
cold wet towels. the philadelphia health department reported the first two heat related deaths of the heat wave, one in brewerytown and the other one in port richmond. this crew of army vets meets every year at fairmont park. they made sure to find a spot under the shady tree for the cook out. describe the heat. >> it was brutal. >> reporter: kids down the street did ice cream. >> for people looking to get exercise and run, like malik rush did it on the trail. these sisters stuck close to the water for fishing. >> i caught one bass. >> and two bass. >> reporter: for dad, he brought two poles, he was trying to stay
cool. >> stay hydrated and stay out of the heat. >> we hope everyone stays cool we are hearing one of two women, one in her 60s and one in her 80s. they had other medical complications as well. reporting at belmont plateau, bob brooks channel 6 "action news." >> the corporation for aging heat line will be open today, (215)765-9040. it is open from 8:30 a.m. to 89:00 p.m. operators can answer questions about heat stress and other heat related illnesses. in louisiana it's not the extreme temperatures, but flooding that turned tragic. three people have died. rescue crews are searching 100 closed roads where many vehicles were stranded in rising water.
here's dramatic rescue. >> i'm drowning. >> we're coming, we're breaking the window. get my dog. >> dramatic and frightening scene there in louisiana. the people were able to save the woman along with her dog, at least 1,000 people have been rescued from towns inundated by rivers and creeks, some people in shelters say there was time to get out. many dealt with different wild creatures as a result of the rising water. >> we had spiders and snake in the kitchen. we got in the car and tried to leave, but we couldn't. that woman is grateful that she
is safe. >> one down got 24 inches of rain in an hour, rivers in mississippi are expected to crest four feet above record. officials in milwaukee, wisconsin are calling for calm after a fatal shooting by police. firefighters couldn't put out the fire because of gunshots. one officer was hurt by a brick hurled through window of his car. police in wilmington are looking for a person who shot a man leaving him critically wounded. it happened on west third street. police say a man was shot in the chest outside a park, he was rushed to saint francis hospital. >> this week democratic nominee hillary clinton brings her campaign to pennsylvania that includes a stop in philadelphia.
tuesday afternoon clinton will hold a voter registration rally at west philadelphia high school. tomorrow she stumped in scranton with vice president joe biden. hillary clinton and joe biden both have family ties in scranton. donald trump took his message to connecticut. trump won connecticut's primary. trump said he went there he said you never know unless you try referring to the outcome in november. tomorrow he exainls in ohio. -- campaigns in ohio and later in north carolina. mike pence said he may release his tax returns before the election. democrats are pressuring donald trump to release his own tax returns. hillary clinton and her running mate have released there. >> channel 6 is paying tribute to our late friend carter
merbreier, you know him as captain noah. >> his show was a staple on 6abc for decades. ♪ that famous call from captain noah. his show born here at channel 6 became so popular it went into syndication in 22 markets elsewhere. his late wife pat was his puppetier on the show. join us for a look back of clips, photos and interviews of those who knew him and helped make captain noah and his magical ark the show it was. >> many will remember him tomorrow, visitation begins at paint paulan church in
ardmore. >> we have the 1967 pilot episode. it relives other nostalgic moments from the iconic children's show. >> i love that voice. an imam and his assistant are shot and killed in new york city. >> no more dicking for spare change in your pocket or running to add time to your parking meter. a park be app is up and running in philadelphia. >> reporter: it's the hottest day of the year so far near triple digit heat with the humidity it felt like 111. today it will feel equally as hot. i'll have the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. ♪ we buy any car dot com ♪
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matter. people need to take precautions. >> reporter: yeah, unfortunately we had two deaths yesterday. the heat index will be 105 to 110 today. there is relief in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. i'll show you that in a couple of minutes. let's get you outside and show you the view, it's a steamy morning, beautiful shot of cape may. just like yesterday even though the shorepoints will be baking today. yesterday cape may had a peak index of 110 degrees. you had a sea breeze by afternoon. but it was hot even on the sand. there will not be much relief anywhere across the delaware and lehigh valleys today. high temperatures, lakehurst, 99 degrees. philadelphia that was the hottest temperatures of the year, 98. doylestown, 98. smyrna, topping out at 97. today a degree or two colder not much better.
83 degrees dewpoint, 77. pressure holding steady. the winds are light out of the southwest at 12 miles per hour. feels-like temperatures already in the 90s across the city and areas south and east. dover, 93. feels like 94 in millville. 90 in atlantic city. 90 in the city, mid 70s north and west. we had good thunderstorms up here in the lehigh valley yesterday evening, that cooled you down. that's why temperatures are down in the 70s right now. it will heat up in the 90 later on as well. satellite and radar frontal system is stalled out to the north. beautiful conditions out here, you get into the high plains, the great lake states it's comfortable up there. the front stretches like this. the problem is it is having a difficult time sinking to the south because of this heat-pump high, this bermuda high sitting off the coast of the carolinas, until this guy nudges himself out to sea that will allow the cold front to drop in and allow
the cooler air move through. doesn't look like that process will happen until wednesday night or thursday. we have a few more dangerous days to go. heat index numbers, the model has us at a peak index of 107. we get into tomorrow, this is a little bit better, peak heat index about 97. wilmington, 98. millville, 98. trenton, 94 only to see the humidity increase again as we get into tuesday all of a sudden we're back in the triple digit heat. the next three or four days, temperatures in the 90 feeling like 100 degrees if not higher. 97 feeling like 100 to 107. pop-up shower or thunderstorm like i in some locations mainly north and west of philadelphia. even south and east there's a chance. 11:00 a.m., 90 degrees. 1:00 p.m., 93.
3:00 p.m., 95. 5:00 p.m., 96. there's the peak index 107. yesterday jersey shore on the sand 94 on the the beaches when you factor in the humidity it will feel like triple digit heat. sunny and humid be on the look out for a late day isolated thunderstorm. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, we've highlighted today again because of the excessive heat and humidity, that 97 will feel like 107. monday, 94. tuesday, 92. that's the atlantic city air show it will be hot and humid, thursday, sun, less humid, 90. finally 80s showing up friday and saturday, 89 and 86. guys? >> philadelphia's new morman temple is offering public tours. the first church of jesus christ ladder day saints in pennsylvania. it features crystal chant leers and period -- rs and
period furniture. the temple is open four public tours through september 9. the temple will be dedicated on september 18. a nice place to try to stay cool. 6:17. all morning long we're looking back at captain noah on 6abc. here's another clip from the classic show. >> it says there that pennsylvania gazette, oh, no. >> what, what, what. >> the pennsylvania gazette that was presented by ben franklin down in the old printing office that still exist at independence square.
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another scorcher is on the way. yesterday we had a heat index of 111. today is better, but not much. you can see how it will play out. lunch time, 102. 2:00 p.m., 105. 4:00 p.m., 105. somewhere in between we should reach a peak index of 1107 degrees. jersey shore this is similar to what you experienced yesterday. highs top out well in the 90s before a sea breeze kicks in. 94 is what it will feel like on the beaches. beach haven, 94. sea isle cape may, 95. ocean temperatures in time mid 70s, that's comfortable, but just like yesterday there's a moderate risk for rip currents. you have to be careful if you venture into the water. there's going to be a lot of sunshine out there. all in all it's not a bad day down the shore at all. it's going to be hot and steamy. >> heat continues. thank you so much. eagles have lost carson
wentz to injury, offensive lineman lane johnson is addressing his possible suspension, here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: ouch, this hurts more ways than one, eagles quarterback carson wentz could miss the rest of the preseason with a hairline fracture in his ribs. they hope to have him back by the end of the preseason. carson wentz was hurt late in the preseason game. a scan revealed the fracture. lane johnson expects to be suspended ten games for taking a supplement that was approved giving to him by the players association. the union that's supposed to protect the players. johnson said he was under the impression the amino acid he
took was okay, because the nfl approved the supplement. the tackle is blaming the players association for not testing the supplement the app approved. johnson is having the sample and the amino acid tested again for hidden ingredients. >> they give us an app when you call and ask if you test positive and they approve, i've known this for couple weeks, last thing i want to be labeled as is a cheater. >> reporter: the nfl fired back saying in part mr. johnson's statements are incorrect. we've been in touch with lane and his agent who understand the facts. nfl pa did not approve any substances or supplements.
for several years. nfl pa has provided a free service to every nfl player who wishes to have us test a supplement they send to us and this service was offered. ryan howard, stand up and cheer for this. phils out to a 3-0 lead. franco not happy about this. he stares him down, beerches clear everyone cools off. rockies putting up a fight on the score board. threatened in the 9th. phillies win 6-3.
another save by grow mez. new england win in new england 4-nil that's their first win in more than a month. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski, have a great day. >> hot weather or not, eagles fans flock to the linc. the eagles hold another practice starting at 7:00. head house plaza and inter stadium gates open at 5:00 p.m.
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chris sowers joins us with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. another day of oppressive heat. >> reporter: this is the last of it, it slowly gets better. >> reporter: let's get you outside, we're talking heat and humidity as we look live in wilmington. look at the haze. we have dewpoints in the mid 70s, usually that kind of air mass is confined to areas of the south, gulf coast states, florida, houston, texas t it's rare that you see these kind of dewpoints up north in the delaware and lehigh valleys. it's been like this for the last several days. today, unfortunately, another uncomfortable day. it will feel like 106, 107, 108. 70s north appear west, rain-cooled air from the thunderstorms. atlantic city, 82. trenton, 78 degrees. yes, once again it is very oppressive out there with dewpoints well into the 70s and it will stay that way throughout the day.
satellite and radar be there's the relief, the cold front is knocking on the door, the problem it is not moving. it's stuck in place because of the heat pump high is not budging, it's holding its ground off the virginia capes, it will continue to do so for the next three or four days. if you're heading to citizens bank park, this is going to be a hot one. wear sunscreen if you're in the sun, cool drinks should do the trick. 94 fort first pitch, 97 by the 9th inning. with the humidity it will feel like 107. >> thank you. this brutal heat wave with real feeling temperatures soaring over 100 have taken a deadly toll. >> two women in philadelphia have died in part due to the excessive heat. the victims were a 67-year-old woman from brewerytown and 82-year-old woman from port richmond. we want to give you the digits for the heat line,
(215)765-9040. please call if you or someone you know is suffering from heat stress or heat related illness. it runs from 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. tonight. people were jamming at the beach in atlantic city, many people waited hours in the blistering sun to see the show. there was water on hand for anyone who need i had it. people sweated it out climbing the hills of fairmont park for the mayor's cup championship run. doctors urge if you're doing something strenuous like this listen to the warning signs of your body in the extreme weather. >> not everyone is miserable in the heat, some are eager to get outside. many are looking for places to cool off, water activities are the game plan for many people. >> reporter: if you're going to be outside in the unbearable
heat and humidity, the splash park in southwest isn't a bad place to be, unless you're this five-year-old. >> trying to get him to get wet. he is afraid of water. >> reporter: no. >> reporter: the rest of the kiddies had no problem getting soaked in the middle of the heat wave. while many are ready to be done with the sweltering summer, wear a hat. >> reporter: the high temperatures mean big bucks for this water ice in west oak lane. >> i usually bring a book to work, but i didn't today because i knew i wouldn't be able to read. >> reporter: many of customers looking for a sweet cool treat. at the west oak lane senior center, a game of pool and cards was on tap for these seniors. the center is usually closed
saturday and sunday, but remains open this weekend because of the dangerous heat. >> i came in at 8:30. 3 or 4 people came in as soon as i opened the door. >> for many seniors. >> reporter: who is winning? >> not me. >> reporter: the cost to run the air-conditioner all day is too much, they are grateful for the extended hours. >> we can getting together on saturday and come to a place that's cool and enjoy each other. >> reporter: various senior center have extended hours. check before you go, the city has a map of srp -- senior centers and spray passion at 6abc.com. new this morning, a driver in the hospital facing numerous charges after two crashes along
broad street. the drama began at south broad and catherine where he was involved in the first crash. he fled that and lost control near norris street crashing into the tbront porch of an -- front porch of an apartment building. nobody was hurt, but the building was damaged. the driver is the at temple university hospital. this morning bangladesh muslim community are asking new york police to treat the shooting death of an imam as a hate crime. the imam and his assistant were talking along and shot in the head. police do not know if the shooting had anything to do with the victim's faith. >> police in hamilton township say a man shot and killed by an off duty corrections officer was under a restraining order. police say the order banned
dominic neil from contacting the correction officers girlfriend. the officer was inside his home when he saw neil approaching the front door around 3:30 a.m. according to police he shouted at neil telling him to stop, when he did not the officer fired shots through the glass door. neil was rushed to the hospital where he died. no charges were filed. closing charges are expected tomorrow in the corruption trial of kathleen kane. the top law enforcer said she doesn't think it is necessary to testify in her own defense. she is accused of leaking grand jury to evidence to the media ad lying under oath. she faces 7 years in prison for perjury if convicted. music fest wraps up in bethlehem tonight. there will be a special
appearance by langhorne slim. since it open august 5th, musikfest has entertained tens of thousands and 6abc is proud partner once again this year. >> gray will be there, what a great time to be there. this morning we honor captain noah. today at 10:00 a.m. we bring you a special dedicated to a long-lasting show a favorite for so many of you. we hope you join us as the 6abc family and viewers look back at captain noah. he was a hometown boy who started small and became a big hit and never lost his love for our area. 6:38 no surprises and no excuses to feed the meter in philadelphia. the city is rolling a pay by app. >> there's time when i have taken tickets to continue hanging out. >> reporter: forget fumbling
with quarters and trying to straighten crumpled dollar bills. >> it's convenient a lot of times you can't run to the car and add quarters, so the app is good for that. >> reporter: it's taking parking convenience of the city to a whole new level. >> it's easy to use and you can reup from your phone. >> reporter: download the appear by visiting meter up xyz. you have to set up an account and payment method only once. >> when your time is going to expire you get a reminder seven minutes before it happens. you can extend the time, you don't have to run back to the kiosk or your appointment. >> if you pay for an hour and you park for a half-hour you'll be charged with for the half-ho. >> it's more convenient.
erin o'hern channel 6 "action news." >> i love convenience. >> i think we all do, right? >> 6:40 there's much more to come on "action news" sunday morning. cell phone hijacking is on the rise. what is behind the theft and how to stop it. >> also ahead. >> reporter: an an archeological find on the camden waterfront from 1400bc. you'll get a look at all of it. >> chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, when we come back, chris sowers have an update. looking live over the commodor barry bridge, be careful when you go outside today. i approve this message.
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hoisting residents to safety. >> it could have ended badly if they didn't help us out. >> reporter: these families escaping taking what they could carry. >> our house is going under. >> reporter: louisiana in a state of emergency. after record torrential rainfall. the hardest hit living ton, drenched with 21 inches in 4 hours. at least four people still missing. at least three dead including a man who was swept away from his home. >> my son came and picked us up and take us out of the water. he fell, we tried to get him, but it was too late. >> this family was rushing to get out of the home, but the water started rising. the only way in and out of the flood zone by boat. mail boxes barely peeking out. >> just to give you an idea how
dangerous and deep the waters are look at the stop sign around the bend almost completely submerged. >> we got you man. in baker police chief carl did you dunn working nonstop to rescue who he could. >> ma'am come on sit back here with me. >> reporter: some residents still trapped major heys closed and authorities urging people to stay off the road. >> if the sign says road closed it is there for a reason. >> dangerous time for the folks in atlantica. "g.m.a." will have more coverage of the flooding down south after "action news." >> in our area we're dealing with scream heat. >> reporter: we would like to see a little rain, obviously nothing like that, but something to cool us down. today is another hot and humid
day, an extreme afternoon. there's a neat shot. down in cape may, folks on the beach doing a little fishing. looking for blues or flounder out there. take advantage of it, it's cool, later this afternoon it will be a day when you went to spend it indoors as the heat index climbs to 105, 160 degrees. double scan live is clear. there could be a pop-up shower or thunderstorm later on. most of the day should be dry. 97 degrees, the normal is 86. right now it is 82, 83. the normal low for this time of the year is 68. the low temperature is our normal high for this time of the year year. reading, 74. allentown, 73. millville, 83. cape may, 81. dover, 82. dewpoints continue to be a pain in the you know what, look at the numbers, 77.
70 is awful, 75 is misser -- miserable. millville, 79. cape may, 78, atlantic city, 77. you combine the two you get feels-like temperatures. yesterday we peaked arched -- around one church degrees. accuweather is calling for 105, 107. tomorrow it gets better, the drier air pushes in from the northwest. the heat index falls 96 to 97 in philadelphia. 98 in millville. 96 in dover. all of a sudden the humidity comes pouring back into the region are for you tuesday, we're back in the triple digit heat. 105 to 107 today. 95, 97 tomorrow. 103, 105 for tuesday afternoon. the heat and the humidity continues. excessive heat warning continues through this evening, that will be discontinued for tomorrow.
for today, spotty thunderstorm is possible north and west of the city. areas that got clobbered yesterday evening are the same areas that will be hit today. trenton, 96. the shorepoints, 94 in atlantic city. 94 in cape may. on the sand you may pick up a nice sea breeze later on you go a block or two inland it's well into the 90s. heat index down the shore 1:00 p.m., 105. we should manage a feels like temperature of 107 degrees. poconos, thunderstorms around, sun and clouds humid, heat index 94 to 97-degree range. if you're heading to the lehigh valley for musikfest, very humid, 85 degrees by 7:00 p.m. numbers dropping into the 80s be be on the look out for an isolated shower or thunderstorm. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, relief is in
store for us by next weekend. we have to get through the next several days. we've highlighted today just like yesterday because of the oppressive heat and humidity. 97 degrees, with the humidity it will feel like 107. 94 tomorrow, feeling like 97. tuesday, 92, wednesday, 92. thursday, 90. friday and saturday, 89 and 86 degrees. two weeks from now when we get a day where the high is 78 or 80. we'll be like oh, my gosh it's freezing. >> thank you. all morning we're looking back at captain noah on 6abc. here's another clip from the long journey he took us on. >> these are nickels and i want you to know they are thomas jefferson is on the front and his house monticello is on the back of it.
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tools used by native americans. this is a piece of hearth darkened by flames. this is believed to be a grinding stone this soap stone was part of a vessel or pot. >> it's it very rare, it's exciting to find them. the native americans did not paint their pottery. the artifacts are discovered as camden county is doing the revitalization project underway. eventually his torians -- historians from the state will decide what to do with them. >> my hope is after the state categorizing them, whatever they have to do it comes back to camden county.
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good morning, america. breaking news. night of violence. protests erupt in the stree >> a pleasant good morning to you, 7:00 a.m. your time, sunday morning, sky6 live hd giving you a glimpse over penns landing, dowrm -- do you remember yesterday, it felt like 100, today is not much better. >> outside we go to chris sowers. >> reporter: what did gray say a pleasant good morning? it is anything but pleasant. temperature in the 70s and when all is said and done, the peak index yesterday was 111, today it will be 105, 108. these are the air