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breaking news this morning, one person is in critical condition after a hit-and-run crash in wilmington. just after 5:30 a.m., an suv and car collided at pennsylvania avenue, the impact trapped one of the drivers. it took rescue crews a half-hour to free him. the person is at christiana hospital. police are actively searching for the driver of the suv involved in this. they say are that person ran away from the scene. we'll continue to follow the
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breaking news story all morning long. turning to the weather, storm tracker 6 live is live showing potentially strong storms moving in from the west. they are expected to hit us later this afternoon. let's go outside with meteorologist chris sowers with more. hi, chris. >> reporter: yeah, things could get active this afternoon. we'll have increasing clouds, lunchtime or so, the thunderstorms fire up. 74 in reading and allentown. philadelphia, 74. wilmington, same number. millville, 68. atlantic city, 66. cape may, 73. the dewpoints continue to climb. now we lucked out yesterday, we started out oppressively humid, but during the afternoon drier air work to the surface, even though it was hot, it felt all right. dewpoints in the low 60s. today not so lucky. we start in the upper 60s and low 70s. the numbers will increase to the mid 70s later on. it will be very, very oppressive
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out here. future tracker 6 confirming that, wilmington, dover, mid 70s. almost the entire viewing area by the first part of the afternoon is in the mid 70s. watch what happens we get the powerful line of thunderstorms later this afternoon. the cold front slams through, all of a sudden the dewpoints drop into the 50s by tomorrow afternoon. that's a breath of fresh air that will feel very, very refreshing. we have another 18 hours to go of oppressive humidity before cooler and more comfortable changes arrive. satellite and radar, the frontal system we're watching was harmless enough. nothing going on out to the west except for showers, it will get more active as the day progresses. 11:00 a.m., increase going clouds 82 -- increasing clouds, 82 degrees, high humidity levels. 1:00 p.m., outlying suburbs, 85.
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3:00 p.m., 87 degrees, 5:00 p.m., 85 degrees. heavy afternoon thunderstorms a good bet for several locations today, drenching downpours, strong gusty winds. the coolest air we've seen in almost 3 weeks moves in here tomorrow and tuesday, i'll show you how low the numbers get in the seven-day forecast when i see you just a bit. >> thanks for the update. remember you can get the seven-day forecast and check storm tracker 6 live at any time our website 6abc.com/weather. new overnight, fire leaves a montgomery county home that was just sold in ruins. the search is on for what spark it. "action news" was there overnight as smoke bellowed from the home in pine valley. investigators say the home on the 900 block of summit avenue was being repaired at the time of the fire. a person passing by noticed the flames. by the time firefighters got there, the flames were raging. the home was sold two weeks ago
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for $729,000. the fire is under control. no injuries reported. burlington county authorities continue their pursuit of a shooter who killed a man. a child was injured in the violence. jeff chirico has more on the manhunt from burlington city. >> reporter: an extensive search of the yorkshire neighborhood was completed to no avail. the suspect is on the loose. >> reporter: burlington police are looking for a gunman who fled after a shooting on east federal street. a 5-year-old girl and a man in his 20s was injured before 7:00 p.m. the child was non-life threatening injuries. the man was shot in the head and taken to cooper university hospital. officers spent hours searching backyards and wooded areas. they are confident that the gunman is not hiding out in the north yorkshire neighborhood. officials will not say who they are looking for. >> i don't want to give any false hopes to anybody. we have made progress, i meant
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to consult with the prosecutor's office and our detective's before we give you any information. but, again, we have made progress. >> reporter: police are shying away from saying the five-year-old was shot, they say she was injured in some way. they are trying to figure out how. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> if you're just waking up with us, american swimmer ryan lochte is placing blame organ himself -- on himself about the robbery that happened in row io. he said the report caused a mess for his teammates. matt gutman has more on the interview with ryan lochte and what the teammates are saying. >> reporter: ryan lochte on camera for the first time since he told the brazil i can't know police the fabricated version of the international incident at
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the rio gas station. >> that's why i'm taking responsibility for it, i over-exaggerated that story. if i never done that we wouldn't be in this mess. >> reporter: stopping short he lied. >> when you call it a robbery or extortion, us paying just for the damages, like we don't know. >> reporter: now, two of the swimmers in the video blaming lochte for inflaming a standoff that had them hauled into two police station in rio. questioned about lochte's version of the event. >> he cocked it and pointed it at my forward. >> reporter: gurng -- gunnar bentz and jack conger contradicting the story. >> they pulled us over. >> we foolishly relieved ourselves in the backside of the buildings behind bushes.
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lochte is the man you see pulling to the ground a framed metal advertisement, adding he was unsure why, you see one of the attendants pick up the poverty frame. there was a heat the exchange, here you can see the swimmers sitting lochte standing. that's the point that lochte inflamed the situation. again, i cannot speak to his actions, but ryan stood up and began to yell at the guards. after jack and i tugged at him in an attempt to get him to sit back down. it was then that the one of the guards pulled a gun. a customer at the station offered to help and defuse the standoff. lobility -- lochte released his own tepid apology for not being candid. . >> no police, no police. >> reporter: they were saying no police. >> yeah.
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>> reporter: that was abc's matt gutman. good morning will have more on the swimmers' scandal at 8:00 a.m. you can camp it after "action news." >> now to the race for the white house, donald trump campaigns in ohio and texas in the coming days. in the battleground state of pennsylvania, trump reached out to black voters. a poll found hillary clinton beating him among that demographic 91% to 1%. trump said the party of abraham lincoln must do more. >> i fully recognize the outreach to the african-american community is an area where the republican party must do better and it will do better. >> earlier, trump met with his new national hispanic advisory council that hopes to help the campaign hispanic outreach. >> hillary clinton has fundraisers planned in massachusetts and georgia. she arrived on nantucket island
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yesterday. one of the events will have a bit of star power, sink cher is expected -- singer cher is expected to attend. clinton campaign is spending more money on the political ads. on this week, trump's new campaign manager and hillary clinton campaign manager face questions from george stephanopoulos this week at 10e 10e -- 10:30 a.m. restrictions on flights between u.s. and mexico have been lifted. with more options may come lower fares. american, delta and swelt -- southwest will offer new flights across the border later this year. >> 7:09. much more to come on "action news" sunday morning, tornados rumble across parts of the
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midwest and they left their mark. >> there's a setback for firefighters trying to tame a wildfire in california. >> pennsylvania grocery stores are selling wine our trish hartman breaks down when the others will join them. chris. >> reporter: some areas could be waking up to temperatures in time 50s this week. wouldn't that be nice? we're going to get heavy thunderstorms first later this afternoon, i'll have the time line for you in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast coming up after this.
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>> it's right there, i know! >> it's going right in the field in front of us! >> dramatic scene unfolding storm system heading our way, spawned a few tornados in massachusetts and ohio. damage littered the ground for 20 miles in one town, 60 miles outside grand rapids michigan. homes shredded, people managed to take shelter and avoid
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serious injuries. thousand are without power. >> the storms heading our way, but hopefully not in such dramatic fashion. >> reporter: as i mentioned earlier in the broadcast, it's a little bit different they're had an out there. we are expecting heavy thunderstorms, as far as tornados i think we're okay. let's get you outside and show you what's going on down that's not center city, that's atlantic city or cape may. it's one of those shorepoints. beautiful morning, we're seeing decent amount of sunshine and clouds beginning to build in some locations. double scan live is clear, we don't have any precipitation showing up just yet. probably after lunch we'll see thunderstorms flaring up west to east. 74 very sticky degrees in philadelphia at this 7:00 a.m. hour. there's the dewpoint, 71. this number will increase as the day wears on. pressure reading is falling, winds out east/southeast at 6 miles per hour. the ocean temperature,
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78 degrees. 66 in atlantic city. 68 in millville. dover, 73. cape may, also showing 73. huge cold front slicing the lower 48 in half. you can see the area of low pressure kind of spinning its wheeled north of the great lake states. all this will push east over the next 1 to 24 -- 12 to 24 hours. there's boy do we have cooler temperatures. 58 in chicago. no humidity, very, very refreshing. this air mass will move to the east across the northern tier states. it will get into the ohio valley today and the mid atlantic states tuesday. future tracker 6, it's sunday, a lot of have outdoor plans, keep an eye to the sky, after lunch we'll see thunderstorms pop up, we'll get into the reds and oranges and purples, that's
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heavy driving rain. downpours a possibility here. in the afternoon and evening hours, 6:00 p.m., pop you are showers and thunderstorms. crossing over the delaware river into southern new jersey and hitting the jersey shore between 8:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. and sliding out to sea. monday morning, sunny, no humidity and comfortable wind out of the northwest at 15 to 25 miles per hour. heavy afternoon thunderstorms, a good possibility for most of us later on between the hours of 4:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. as you saw on future tracker 6 suggesting they may start earlier than this time frame. powerful winds and cloud to ground lightning strikes a good bet. heavy afternoon thunderstorms, 88 degrees will feel like 94, 95 with the humidity. same thing for the jersey shore, even though the temperatures are around 84 with the humidity it will feel like 88 or 89.
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mostly cloudy skies after morning sunshine, very sticky, late-day shower or thunderstorm. there's a moderate risk right now for rip currents. beach patrol will update that in the next several hours. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 88 degrees. look at the refreshing exchanges monday and tuesday, 83, 82. tuesday morning wednesday morning, outlying areas will be waking up to temperatures in the 50s, very crisp fall-like feeling. 87 wednesday. thursday, day of transition, starts out refreshing and we build into the heat and humidity. friday and saturday, we don't want to get into that again, 92 both days. let's enjoy the next several days. >> thanks, chris. what started out as a household chore for one kid turned into citywide acts of kindness in louisville,
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kentucky. he started mowing his neighbor's lawn after a challenge from his mom. he has now started a nonprofit group to collect mowers and sly supplies. thermoing for the disabled and those who can't afford lawn care. it's a great lesson for him and others involved. >> it's great to be responsible, god is with you at all times and good things happen. >> the boys are back to school, still mowing lawns. the mayor will plenty them with a new storage unit for their equipment donated by a local company. >> by the way my lawn can be -- >> yeah, great story we'll be right back.
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>> heavy smoke has grounded most of the firefighting planes
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battling the cedar fire in california. pilots can't see through the smoke and can't see other aircraft in the sky. it's not only from the cedar wildfire, but all the wildfires across california. the blaze triggered more evacuations yesterday. turkey blames isis for the bombing of an outdoor wedding party on the border near syria, 50 people are dead and many hurt in the blast. isisd two weddings this months. where patients live determines if they can get a
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transplant in time or die waiting. there are local areas with their own waiting list. the new ma'am will have 8 districts -- the new map will have 8 districts to better align donors and patients in need.
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and right now you can get 100 meg internet with equal upload and dowloads speeds, tv and phone for just $69.99 per month online. cable can't offer internet speeds this fast at a price this good. only fios can. >> reporter: welcome back everyone, 7:23 sunday morning, salt -- satellite and radar shows the relief we've been talking about for several days. this is the cold front slicing through the great lake states as i speak. the winds are out of the west. you get the collision right here, that will be the focal point. showers and thunderstorms a top of the mid atlantic and the
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northeast states including the delaware and lehigh valleys. heading to the shore, starting out with sunshine, mostly cloudy with thunderstorms developing late in the day. 83 in beach haven. atlantic city, 84. cruel pick up a southerly breeze that's a nice sea breeze later on. rehoboth beach 85, bethany beach 85 degrees. taking a closer look at shorepoints, burn index on the moderate side. you're starting out with a ton of sunshine this morning. with the clouds increasing you'll see cloud cover later on. ocean temperature, between 74 and 78 degrees. there's a moderate risk for rip currents. pay attention to the lifeguards on duty. all in all not a bad day. keep an eye to the sky, you're facing the water, and all of a sudden the sky turns black behind you. thunderstorms developing later on. >> phillies bounce back against the cardinals, jeff skeverski has more on that and eagles
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receiver recovering from an injury. >> reporter: when you think of the phillies you don't think of them as a power-hitting home run team. that image may change. since the beginning of july phillies have hit the most homers in the league at home including two more last night. the fanatic a big hit at the park. nothing for phils fans to bark about. second pitch of the game, get out of town, hernandez, first lead off homer of his career. 5th inning franco, 2 out rbi single. puppy doesn't look too excited. maybe this will perk him up. phillies up 2. pitching for the first time in ten days, 8 strikeouts in 7
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innings allows 2 runs, gomez making up for friday night's blow up. they are in position for a series win over the cardinals for the first time in two years. >> a lot of energy in the crowd tonight, it was fun, it was deja vu in the 9th inning, but it turned out a little differently. great night for us. >> will the eagles have their number one receiver when they kick off the regular season in three weeks. jordon matthews says for sure, he is confident he'll be ready that the knee injury that kept him out of the first two preseason games. hextall is checking out the eagles carson wentz. paul turner the undrafted free
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agent leads the team in receivers. >> paul turner has caught you are eye the last couple of weeks. >> just play and have fun doing it, that's been my primary focus that's what they have been expressing to each and every one of us, go out and play fast and have fun. >> reporter: how did union manager jim curtain keep the team humble after the win last saturday. he said you can't feel too good about yourself because that's when you get punched in the face. union against toronto, keep your eye on the box, it's tied at 1. minutes later, toronto strikes back, andre blake allows 3 first half goals, union lose 3-1. they have not won back-to-back
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mls matches in five months. they had a chance to get back into tie for second place. that did not happen. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a good day. >> 7:28 right now. the middletown grange fair wraps up in bucks county. the fair in its 68th year is happening on penn park road. enjoy rides and tasty foods and musical entertainment and vendors who offer all kinds of things of admittance is free, but you pay as you go once inside. top stories are next.
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>> sky6 live hd looking live at the fisherman on the beach in cape may. a sunny humid start, cooler air and storms are on the way. >> police are looking for a gunman who critically injured a man. a look at the pennsylvania grocery stores selling wine. how long will it take for more stores to make the change. 7:30, outside we go to meteorologist chris sowers and accuweather. >> reporter: good morning, to you, nydia, it's warm and soupy out here once again. the familiar pattern continues with air temperatures in the 70s. later this afternoon as the numbers increase and the humidity increases it will feel disgusting out here again. 73 in slatington, quakertown. pilots, -- pottstown, 71.
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on the boards in atlantic city, showing a temperature of 78. here's satellite and radar, this is what we've all been waiting for. you can see the cold front or that broken line of showers and thunderstorms approaching western pennsylvania, as i speak. that's the humidity buster right there. that cold front not only drops the temperatures down, it pushes all the oppressive humidity out to sea. we have refreshing changes in the short term. 88 degrees with the increase in humidity, though, it's going to feel like 93 degrees. tomorrow our forecasted high in the city 83. far western suburbs, places like allentown, lancaster, the high is 79 or 80. the humidity drops off to quickly and so sharply, the heat index is lower than the air temperature. we're forecasting high of 83, but peak index of 81.
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tuesday morning, look at these morning lows, 52 in allentown. reading, 53. lancaster, 54. the city of philadelphia, 59. trenton 56 and wilmington 59 degrees. this will be the coolest air mass we've seen in more than 3 weeks. unfortunately, it's only going to last a couple of days, but we'll get into the hot humid pattern once again. we'll enjoy and we deserve it, it's been a long time. when i come back i'll time out the showers and thunderstorms for you and we'll have the accuweather seven-day forecast. nydia. >> back to our breaking news, a hit arena run crash in wilmington. it happened a short time ago and left a person injured. an suv and car collided at pennsylvania avenue and broom street. the driver of the car was rescued from the wreckage and taken to christiana hospital. police are actively looking for the driver of the suv who ran
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away from the scene. 7:32 people living in flood-ravaged louisiana are returning to their homes to salvage what they can. an estimated 60,000 homes have been damaged. this man said his home flooded 11 times, but this cat traffic flooding has taken its toll. >> my house was as nice as it's ever been, i'm losing it, i'm sorry, i just can't take this. >> our thoughts and prayers to the great people of louisiana. the floodwaters started to recede, but left a muddy mess behind. 13 people have died, would comers are going door to door looking for bodies trapped in the floodwaters. >> folks in bucks county have come together to help the flood victims in louisiana. "action news" was at the cornwells fire company.
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donations will go straight to louisiana. >> new on "action news," a man survived being shot by 6 bullets in philadelphia. he is in the hospital and police are looking for the person who pulled the trigger. the gunfire erupted around 1:00 p.m. -- 1:00 a.m. the 28-year-old victim was taken to einstein in stable condition. the motive is undetermined. we're learning more about the hit-and-run that killed a woman in a wheelchair in north philadelphia. it happened at master and lehigh avenue. a drunk driver in the truck hit a person in a wheelchair and the second person behind her. the driver ran a red light and was pulled over by an officer, the second person hit told the driver about the accident the driver was place under arrest.
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jerry sandusky is pushing for a new trial saying that the defense attorneys in his first trial did not provide an adequate defense. he is proclaiming his innocence. sandusky spoke for the first time at day one of the appeals hearing on august 12. >> by now you know that grocery stores in pennsylvania can sell long. which ones are doing it and how long will it take others to get on board. trish hartman has the answers. >> reporter: brandy's family will be grilling out on this hot saturday. >> steaks and shrimp. >> reporter: for the first time this mother of three can pick up a bottle of wine to pair with it at the grocery store. >> it's more convenient to have to go from here to the wine store and home especially with the kids. the. >> reporter: shop rite in fairless hills is loud to sell
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up to four bottles of wine per person. being a family owned store allows stores to start quickly and expand their offerings in the coming months. >> this is the first time they did this. it's cool enconvenient. >> reporter: and convenient. >> reporter: the manager at this giant in flourtown said they have to find space and shelving and go through the corporate office to carry inventory. it will likely be 60 to 90 days before they have it here. >> you're always so busy, to make things easy and pick it up in one spot it would be great. >> the liquor laws are backward compared to the states that surrounded us, we ought to be getting with the times. >> reporter: seven acme stores that have new expanded licenses, those stories don't have wine on shelves yet, they will soon.
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if you would like to see the stores that offer wine in the area, check out the list at 6abc.com. trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> if you love to shop until you drop, but you do not like going outside in the heat or in the dead of winter, then you're going to love the newly completed 250 million-dollar expansion at the king of prussia mall. sarah bloomquist takes you there. >> reporter: the king of prussia mall is one mall thanks to this brand new 155,000 square foot expansion that opened after 2 1/2 years of construction. up the escalator and enter a bright shiny new space with all the best retailers in the world. >> if you look at all the stores, tiffany, all these other stores, this is first class. >> reporter: the new addition bridges the court on one side and the plaza on the other, no more walking outdoors. >> when somebody comes here for
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the first time they will never know there was a plaza and a court, it's going to be one totally integrated seamless shopping experience. >> reporter: featuring new restaurants and phone charges throughout. and call ahead for the car you valet parked and watch on the screen when it arrives, touch the screen to find your way around. congressman brandon boyle says it sends a good message about the economy. >> in terms of the signal that it sends to the rest of the businesses and the economic activity that's happening in metro philadelphia it's a big statement. >> reporter: the hope is to draw shoppers from near and in some cases very far. this couple drove from townsend delaware just to check out the new stores. >> i think i want great. it's nice. >> the whole decors of it, it looks more expensive. >> reporter: it probably is.
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i'm sarah bloomquist channel 6 "action news." >> much-anticipated right? it looks good. laying out your wishes, how to create a living will that's next. >> theater company in philadelphia is in a giving mood. you can help out, 6abc loves the arts has the story. >> sky6 live hd looking live right now at the center city skyline, meteorologist chris sowers back next with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. keep your umbrellas handy!
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>> time for accuweather we'll see relief, finally, right? >> reporter: you know what's funny, the numbers get so chilly tuesday morning, you may have to close the windows again. we'll take it. >> we'll take it, yes. >> reporter: let's get you outside and go live on sky6 live hd. what a beautiful shot look at that. down in atlantic city, the morning will be nice you down t. later this afternoon the clouds increase. keep an eye to the sky, thunderstorms will develop. if you face the water, check behind you to make sure the sky is not turning black. let's get you over to storm tracker 6 live double scan, it's clear for now, 88 degrees is our projected high today which is closer to normal. the normal is 85. yesterday we shot up to 93. for the 35th time this year we
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hit 90 or higher in philadelphia. 74 degrees is where we started out this morning. that's the brent temperature reading for -- present temperature reading for philadelphia. 68 in millville and 67 in atlantic city. yesterday i was calling this the game changer, nothing has changed on the forecast model over the last 24 hours. this will put an end to all the heat and humidity, refreshing comfortable air behind it across the great plain states. look at the dry air slicing through the heartland of the nation. this pushes east over the next 12 to 24 hours and brings about the comfortable changes. future tracker 6, you know mother nature is not going out without a fight. to get to that comfortable air mass we'll see a line of thundershowers develop. west of philadelphia, look at the reds here, heavy drenching downpours, cloudy to ground lightning strikes, 6:00 p.m.,
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scattered showers and thunderstorms, some of which could be on the strong side that will increase in south jersey and delaware. between 8:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. you could see showers and thunderstorms for the jersey shore. there could be a pop up before the line moves through. monday morning, refreshing changes nice breeze out of the northwest. monday afternoon into the evening hours, it's sunny skies just a couple of cumulus clouds that's it. afternoon thunderstorms, a good bet you'll see cloud to ground lightning strikes, so humidity with all the moisture. we'll have strong, gusty winds 535 to 60 miles per hour. that's pretty strong. 88 degrees in philadelphia. 86 in reading. allentown, 85. it's a humid afternoon, 88 will feel like 93, 94.
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the heat index. trenton, 85. atlantic city, 84. shorepoints very, very sticky on the sands. the poconos you shot into the 80s with increasing clouds and showers and thunderstorms, 75 is the high, you have very high humidity levels today. that will feel like 80 or 82. jersey shore, ocean temperature up to 78 degrees, there's a moderate risk for rip currents pay attention to the lifeguards. mostly sunny right now, mostly cloudy and humid, a couple of afternoon thunderstorms are likely. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, one more bad one that's today. 88 degrees, hazy, hot and humid, 83 monday, feeling fantastic. tuesday, perfect, 82. wednesday we're heating up it's comfortable in the humidity department we're up to 87. thursday, 89. friday and saturday we get into the addiction request south -- dixie south air mass.
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92, 92. >> i don't see any extended heat wave once we get past today. >> so you say. [laughter]. >> new at 7:30 this ball of flame is a police car. look at this, the cruiser was parked when it caught fire in baltimore. police say they were responding to a call of suspicious person an officer inside said he heard a pop and the cruiser burst into flames. the officer got out safely. in "healthcheck"," age fearless, there's a plan every adult particularly seniors should make for medical care in the future. tamala edwards has more. >> reporter: larry singer was a stickler for details during his career in video production. now in retirement he is drawing up an advanced directive or
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living will. >> it's allowing you to say what medical treatments you want or don't want. >> reporter: the residents are encouraged to have living wills and power of attorney documents on file. >> somebody else will make decisions that are not right for you. >> reporter: you don't need an attorney to make an living will. independence blue cross says you can do it yourself with documents like five wishes it's available in 28 languages and in 42 states. >> it's not just a document that has a legal aspect for it, a spiritual and personal aspect. >> reporter: the covers medical wishes and personal and spiritual needs. who she would make decisions for you, what kind of medical treatment do you want. what do you want your loved ones to know. if you make one, make sure your doctors and family members have
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a copy. arleen and her husband made one years ago, but it was tucked away in a closet. it's now where it should be with her medical records. >> i feel much better. tamala edwards channel 6 "action news."
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>> so glad you stayed with us, 7:50, a new theater company if philadelphia is bringing broadway to penns landing and giving back to the community like never before. karen rogers has 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: cloak and dagger theater company was formed with the hopes of donating to local charities through the arts. now 6 months after its founding, the organization is tackling 7 shows in its first season. it was founded in march of 2016
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by a group of local theater enthusiasts. their unique mission serves to benefit local charities through one of kind local productions. >> we'll raise money for charity and you can come and watch a broadway show. >> reporter: the proceeds go to mana and alecs lemonade stand. they can earn up to $15,000 per show. show tunes is running through august 28, the proceeds benefit women against abuse. >> it's all the music of >> reporter: eva is coming. it tells the life of even have a
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pa -- eva parone. >> it's an opportunity for someone to have a meal, surgery a chance. >> reporter: evita october 22 to owe -- november 2. for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers. >> if winning a silver olympic medal is not enough, how about a marriage proposal to go with it. china diver won the medal in rio, and her olympic boyfriend popped the question. she said yes. now they are going to take the plunge down the wedding aisle. >> she said yes.
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>> a little wet weather and relief. >> reporter: finally relief it can't get here soon enough. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, be on the look out for a thunderstorm this afternoon, everybody is fair game after 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m. 88 degrees, with the humidity it will feel like 93, 94. maybe worse depending on how high the dewpoints climb. 83 tomorrow, refreshing, a nice comfortable breeze during the afternoon. 82 tuesday, 87 wednesday, that's warmer, the humidity is nice and low, that will feel all right, thursday, friday, saturday, things start to warm up again, especially friday and saturday, 92 for the both days, with the humidity feeling like the mid 90s easy.
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and a chance for thunderstorms. >> just in time for the weekend. 67:55 we're a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> reporter: coming up on "g.m.a.," ryan lochte speaking out about the roucous night in rio. he is apologizing, complaining what complaining -- explaining what he admits to be an exaggerated tale. donald trump is speaking to his hispanic council, what he is saying about his lack of outreach to african-americans. a mother is relieved to be reunited with her two-year-old daughter who was trapped under a capsized body for an hour, how she survived.
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"action news" continues a little later this morning. here's some of the stories worry working on for you, the eyes will give it all away, we'll tell you about the new technology that can detect if you're lying by your eyes. >> we have the latest on the search for a gunman that killed a man and left a child hurt. chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. now, for gray hall, chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han, have a great sunday! we'll see you back here at 9:00 a.m.
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good morning, america. breaking overnight, ryan lochte's apology. >> i am sorry. >> taking responsibility for what turned into an international incident. admitting he exaggerated his story about being robbed in rio. this morning, a new account. >> they were saying no police, no police please. >> this witness telling our matt gutman what he says really happened that night. extreme weather. flash flooding overnight in texas. and tornadoes tear through michigan and ohio. >> it's right there! >> cars overturned. roofs ripped to pieces. trees shredded. the huge cleanup ahead this morning. miracle survivor. the tiny toddler trapped under a capsized boat. >> she's got a baby in the water. >> yes, please hurry. >> the frantic search to find the little girl and how the family's 44 minutes of terror

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