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flames in chester county with two people inside. this morning investigators are searching for the cause. and our 6th, 6th street wave of the year is in sight. will we hit it this weekend? let's get you to the the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast with meteorologist chris sowers will we hit it? >> reporter: if we don't this weekend we will this week. >> sooner or later. >> reporter: sooner or later it will get here. here's the view at philadelphia international airport. it could be the 6th heat wave of the year and today will be the 37th time we hit 90 degrees or higher. 81 degrees right now in philadelphia. although if you've been outside already you know that the humidity has dropped off. it feels good and better than this time yesterday. humidity leaves have dropped off with the northerly breeze. you follow the arrows that's the north wind. we'll have the shorepoints top
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out in the mid 80s. reading, 75. allentown, 75. poconos 71. the wider picture on at -- satellite and radar, that's the heat-pump high, the bermuda high off the coast of the carolinas. all these systems out west cannot penetrate the high and go up and around. it means clear conditions today and tomorrow and a lot of heat. sunshine and clouds from time to time, less humid it will feel like 92 degrees. now, that's not the case in the entire seven-day forecast. we have more heat and humidity to talk about, i'll have the details in about ten minutes. gray? >> new on "action news," overnight police in south jersey are looking for the possibly two drivers in a deadly hit-and-run. the victim was not identified. that person was instruct on the black horse pike in egg harbor township. the person was plowed into by at least one vehicle crossing the
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road at 1:30 a.m. investigators are working to get a description of the vehicle or vehicles involved in this. also new, flames sent two people scrambling from a chester county home. you see the scene there, firefighters could not stop the fire from destroying that house in east brandywine township. the call to the 100 block of ridge wood circle came in just after 11:00 p.m. we are told that everyone got out safely. the cause of the fire is under investigation. a victimle -- vigil is set for tonight for a young camden girl who was shot playing on the porch. 8-year-old gabriel carter died from her injuries yesterday. her father thanked supporters for all their prayers. the reward offered leading to the shooter stands at $12,000. officers have flooded the streets looking for evidence and handing out flyers. right now what they need is help from the public. >> we're hoping to get
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additional information from the community. >> gabriel was shot during a gun battle at 8th and cherry streets. this morning a man is behind bars accused of brutally killing his own parents in west deptford, new jersey. the community is coming to terms with the shocking crime. jeff chirico has the story. >> reporter: this is ed and rose marie coles victim of their own son's murderous rampage inside the family home on pen field drive. police spent the day processing evidence as neighbors recall their recent interactions with the man accused of murder. >> he seemed detached, a little depressed, we don't know that, the impression i had was like, he was a little bit off. >> sources say ryan coles may have been used a chair to beat his parents to death. a relative discovered them.
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>> he is my great you uncle. >> reporter: ed coles worked at coles music service in sewell a company he started and sold to his cousin. >> he it was like always cracking jokes and he feels happy. >> reporter: the facebook post shows a happy trip to the phillies game for the father and son. sources say ryan coles struggled with mental illness which prompted police calls to the home. mike met ryan 20 years ago after he lost i.d. >> how do you go from this nice little boy on the bike to this, it's mind boggling. >> reporter: coles is locked up on $1 million bail and autopsy are scheduled later today. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> this morning a man is facing
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murder charges in the deaths of two mississippi nuns. police say 46-year-old rodney earl sanders, this man right here was developed as a person of interest early on in the investigation. the bodies of paula merely and margaret held were found thursday after they failed to show up for work. the two will be remembered at a mass that will happen tomorrow. police will not release a motive, but say there are signs of a break-in at the house. no word on why the fbi is looking at documents from mayor kenny's campaign office. fbi robbed the -- raided the office of john dougherty and keenan. the mayor said the subpoena was served shortly after the fbi raids targeting dougherty and keenan. a south philadelphia man is
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recovering after being shocked by exposed wires on a city street. >> reporter: this is 27-year-old mike smith of south philadelphia. he said on wednesday night he was jogging around the neighborhood working out when he arrived at this traffic light pole at 20th and oregon. >> i had my ankle weights on i leaned up against the pole. i tried to relax and stretch on the pole. >> reporter: he said suddenly he got the shock of his life. >> i felt like somebody punched me in the back of the head i seen stars. >> reporter: paramedics took him to penn presbyterian hospital where he was treated for electric shock. he learned he came in contact with exposed wires at the bottomful -- of the pole. who did you call.
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>> peco. >> reporter: when he noticed the problem was not fixed he contacted us, we called the city streets department who sent a crew within minutes. >> we had no idea this happened until 6abc contacted us. >> reporter: for the record, peco is not responsible for traffic lights, the city is. the wires were addressed and shielded with new plastic covers that were removed. we take this seriously, especially anything that harms the public. >> reporter: the city said it wants to know when the covers are broken or missing or otherwise wires are exposed. but the proper way to report them and other city-related problems is to call 311. in south philadelphia, dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." >> 9:07 is the time. it is game day for the eagles. the birds take on the colts tonight in indianapolis, this is the final tuneup for the
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starters in the preseason, sam bradford and the first string are not expected to play the preseason finale at the linc. >> our goal is to go out there and look great and score touchdowns. if we go out there and score five touchdowns, i don't think we'll feel over the moon and say we'll win the super bowl. >> the colts offense will test the eagles revamped defense. , of course, we'll have complete coverage of the eagles colts game coming up on "action news" at 11:00 p.m. there's much more to come on "action news" saturday morning including dwyane wade's call to end gun violence after his cousin was killed on the streets of chicago while pushing a baby stroller. making great strides, a young woman who was injured in a car accident is back on her feet
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thanks to a program at the university of delaware. >> reporter: we have temperatures in the 70s and 80s more 90-degree heat and humidity is on the way. details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. d
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drivers -- flash flooding
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trapped drivers. water swamped roads. everybody is okay, flooding drenched indiana not long after a string of tornados. >> reporter: just to give you an idea of how heavy it is, 7 inches in two hours, that's # 0 inches of snow -- 70 inches of snow in two hours. >> people are ready to complain about the snow. >> reporter: it's not even started yet. we're going through heat waves right now. there's the view down in atlantic city, a couple of people on the beach enjoying a lovely morning. we're seeing moderate amounts of humidity closer to the water. even though we're in the 90s today, it's not all that balanced. double scan live is clear, no precipitation expected today or tomorrow. what a gorgeous week it was at
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least to start. monday was fabulous, we were sitting out back underneath one of the big tall oaks. 83, tuesday, 83. wednesday, 86. thursday, 87. friday, we started to creep up to 93 degrees, with the humidity feeling like 100. the dewpoints dropped off to where we are now. 63 degrees that's only slightly humid. that's not too bad. 81 is the present temperature. that's the heat index number. pressure is rizing. winds are -- rising, wind are beginning to shift. upper 70s, south and east. wilmington, 80. atlantic city, 679. millville checking in at 78. this is the way we measure the amount of moisture that's in the air. we look at the dewpoint. 65-plus is considered humid. 70 or higher is oppressive. we're seeing locations close to 65. so somewhat humid this morning
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but they are expected to drop off as the day marches along here. by 4:00 p.m. we're down to 58. it will feel pretty good. 567 in wilmington, allentown, 57. trenton, 58. reading, 60. this may be overdone, this may be too dry, it might be a little bit higher than what you see here, but it will feel better than yesterday morning as the humidity drops off a little bit later this afternoon. high pressure in control, sunny skies from start to finish. sunshine and passing puffy cumulus clouds. 90-degree is the forecasted high. winds out of the southeast at 5 to 15 miles per hour. delightful for the poconos, stunning up there today, no humidity, 83. tomorrow more humid, but with temperatures in the low 80s it will not feel that bad. we'll call it warm and bright, high of 82. jersey shore, mostly sunny skies, breezy, no humidity, 84. for tomorrow, sunny and becoming
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more humid as the winds begin to shift in a southerly direction high of 82. ocean temperatures range between 68 degrees and 72. there's a moderate risk for rip currents today tomorrow and monday. the reason for that is this guy right here, tropical storm gaston which is approximately 1200 miles out to sea. there's bermuda, this thing is well away from the u.s. mainland. what's happening it is generating huge swells propagate propagating out ward from the center and we have rip currents from new england, jersey shore, delaware beaches and the carolinas and virginias. pay attention to the lifeguards if you're venturing into the waters. 92 degrees today feeling like 92. humidity is fairly low. tomorrow, 09, it will feel like 92 because the humidity
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increases. sunny skies both days. monday, humid, 92 feels like 94, 95. the heat wave comes to an end by thursday with another cold front and friday that's another day like this past monday where it is going to feel fabulous out there, nice breeze. take the day off. >> the good days are coming, just got to get through today, tomorrow, monday. >> reporter: you have to look at the calendar at this point it has to come to an end. >> like to remind you you can find the seven-day forecast and storm tracker 6 live double scan radar at any time of the day at our website 6abc.com/weather. a national day of mourning is underway in italy as the number of dead in the devastating earthquake continues to rise. three more bodies were found in the hardest hit town 67 all -- all -- amatrice.
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a state funeral is being held for some of the victims. nba star dwyane wade is talking about a personal loss. his cousin was shot and killed while pushing a stroller. she was the innocent victim of a bullet intended for another man hitting her in the head. she had just finished registering her kids for school when she was killed. his mom spoke out against the violence. >> we're still going to try to help these people to transform their minds and give them a different direction so this scene won't keep happening. >> heartbreaking. she lost another child to gun violence before this. before that shooting wade spoke at an event on gun violence in
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caught up on breaking news we're following from england, this morning, take a look at this right here, a bridge has collapsed there, this is the devastating damage. what we're being told appears a tractor-trailer struck the bridge and according to the bbc, the crash is being dealt with as a major incident. one person was injured, but, again, quite the drawing -- dramatic scene there, travel disruption occurring with m20 road being closed. this is what's happening in delaware and lehigh valleys. first up a celebration in media, delaware county at linvilla orchard from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. there's no admission fee, while there, pick your own tomatoes,
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pears and other fresh fruits and veggies. tie reek evans is back in his hometown of chester. this happens today today and tomorrow at chester high school. the camp runs from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. attendeess will receive backpack an there will be free eye exams and glasses to those in need. a mobile clinic will be at the school from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., both days. "healthcheck," a research project at the university of delaware is helping a young woman who is battling a severe brain injury get back on her feet. health reporter and registered nurse ali gorman has more. >> reporter: corey bady is back
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in hardware happy place. 6 years when corey was in high school applying to culinary school she was struck in a horrible car accident. her mother said among other injuries, corey suffered a severe brain injury. she was unable to do anything. no speech, no movement, nothing. >> reporter: she spent months in the hospital, years of rehabilitation. recently she joined the university of delaware go baby go program. it has several research projects designed to help kids and adults with special needs. corey started in the cafe with her first harness. the goal was to improve mobility and social skills outside of a traditional therapy setting. >> having harness is better than having it in a safe environment. >> reporter: she could walk
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farther and speak better and boosted her confidence. now with a longer study, the enlightened company installed a harness in her kitchen and bedroom. they are approaching to approve the benefits so more people can use the harness. for corey to work in the cism again is simply. >> amazing. >> reporter: the go baby go program is enrolling more patient into the study. you have to be at least 6 months post-brain injury. we have all the details at 6abc.com. ali gorman channel 6 "action news." >> the program restoring hope. 9:23 still ahead on "action news" this morning, the philadelphia soul clinched their second arena bowl title. an emotional farewell from carlos ruiz, you'll hear what he is saying to phillies fans up next in sports.
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colts square off in indy. the phillies face the mets without carlos ruiz. he said goodbye to phillies fans, "action news" was right there. here's ducis rogers. >> reporter: good morning, it's 36 hours and it is still sinking in. carlos ruiz is no longer a phil. he got plenty of love in phl. the trade with the dodgers was made with his blessing, but it was not an easy decision. >> reporter: how much due love the phillies fans -- do you love the phillies fans? >> they are the best fans in
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the world. i had a great time with the phillies fans. i want to say thank you, it was hard to walk away, all the city is in my heart. that's what i think of them. thank you. >> reporter: he donned the dodgers uniform. he was hit by a pitch. he was reunited with chase utley who he calls one of his favorite teammates. first inning, first batter for the mets gone. that's off adam morgan, 1-0 new york. morgan's next pitch gone again. the mets go back-to-back and take an early 2-0 lead. more trouble for morgan in the 5th inning. bases loaded forget it.
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two-out, grand slam, the phillies lose 9-4. eagles and colts tonight from indy with this to be the third preseason game expect to see a lot of starters. we are waiting for the first team offense to show us something. despite what we may think, the birds think the offense is poised to do big things him. >> we're moving in the right direction in terms of being explosive down field and moving in the right direct terms of moving in the right direction. >> you get to the regular season, things turn up a notch. >> reporter: soul and arizona in arena bowl 29. jaw's team the underdog. the soul's defense comes up big, touch done. ensuing kickoffs, sometimes the ball bounces your way. soul go up 21-0 in the first
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quarter. the rattlers come back, but 6 touchdown passes, the soul win 56-42. it's their second arena bowl title in franchise history. that's a look at sports this morning aring i'm ducis rogers. , you have yourself a terrific weekend. >> there's much more to come on "action news" including "shelter me rescue of the week." >> reporter: i'm tamala edwards this is princess who was saved by the voorhees animal shelter, our winner this week, coming up on "action news," i'll introduce you to princess and some of her friends. thursday a check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when meteorologist chris sowers comes right back.
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>> happening on "action news," saturday at 9:00 a.m., one person is dead after a motorcycle and car collide in delaware county. also a teenager is robbed at gunpoint and shot by two masked men. police say the entire situation was caught on camera. plus road closures go into effect this weekend for the purpose of the made in america festival. we'll tell you what you need to know in just a bit. but first outside we go to meteorologist chris sowers and the accuweather forecast. how are we looking chris? >> reporter: looks pretty good out here this morning, i feel like i'm surrounded by a
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thousand cicadas, i don't know if you can hear them. the humidity has dropped off from where we were yesterday at this time. temperatures are fairly comfortable. 74 in pottstown, 73 in saint davids. chester, 77. quakertown, 74. tanersville look at that you're barely in the 70s. new holland, 75. center city, 81. that's the number in glassboro, cinnaminson and hammonton, 77. and woodbine, 80 degrees. satellite and radar, if you look around there's not a cloud in the sky and you're getting scenes like this down in cape may. look at that, crystal clear, bright blue skies shaping up to be a gorgeous day for the shorepoints with lots of sunshine today and fairly comfortable humidity levels. you'll get a good sea breeze down there later on. they will keep temperatures, let's say you top out in the mid 80s that will keep temperatures in the low 80s. sunny and sea breeze 84.
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in the city hot, but not humid. for the poconos, 8 # owe 83 degrees bright and warm. the weekend gets off to a fabulous start. it will finish the way it begins. we have humidity increasing next week and another heat wave to talk about. i'll have the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> watch out for the cicadas, chris, we larry them. septa's -- we hear them. septa's route 101 trolley is affected by a motorcycle accident. the biker was thrown on the tracks and died. new this morning, the search is on for two masked men who robbed and shot a teenager in philadelphia's germantown section.
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this happened around 12:30 a.m. on cheltenham avenue near knox street. police say the suspect cornered the 19-year-old on his bike, took $200 before shooting the teenager in the leg. no arrests have been made. but thursday say the shootings -- but police say the shooting was caught on surveillance cameras. new video this morning captures a robbery at a septa station, the man pulls a gun from a backpack and demands the woman give up her purse. it's a frightening video. it happened on the westbound flat form. market frankford line girard station. take a look at the screen, balls police say if you know the man or have any tips they want you to give septa police a call. philadelphia police have succeeded in a mission to help a charity get its stolen bike back. officers recovered a stolen u-haul that stole bikes and bike parts belonging to the wounded
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warrior project. they were going to donate the bikes to veterans last week, bus stop the u-haul was stolen before the event. they have a suspect in the custody. >> we expect to have the bikes back by the weekend. >> reporter: nine bikes were stolen, four recovered in a bust earlier this week. last night officers located the u-haul in northeast philadelphia. now to the race for the white house, donald trump and hillary clinton are taking breaks from the campaign today. >> reporter: tim kaine the vp pick warned against the nasty tone on the trail. >> they are trying to divide people up then you find you can't solve problems. >> reporter: in the last few days, hillary clinton and donald trump have been competing for
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minority voters trying to paint the other as more racist. >> she is too busy raking in cash and rigging the system and taking the african-american vote and the hispanic vote and saying we're going to do a great job and right after the election, it's bye-bye i'll see you in four years. >> this is someone who retweets white supreme i ists online. trump has been trying to fight back against the xenophobic narrative. he opposed a path for documentation -- citizenship for
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undocumented immigrants. >> >> president obama will be in philadelphia september 13 stumping for hillary clinton. we have road closure information to pass along for you ahead of the made in america festival. beginning tomorrow two lanes of eakens oval in front of the art museum will close. the inner lanes of benjamin franklin parkway between 20th street and the oval will close wednesday. more closures will take effect throughout the week and the roads will stay closed through tuesday september 6. you can find a list at 6abc.com. time 9:37. local world war ii veterans who survived a secret mission back in 1943 are coming together again. john rawlins has the story of me
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are. meryl's him or her -- marauders. >> they became known as the merrill marauders. they disrupted the supply line of the japanese. >> they kept charging, one gunner got it right away. >> reporter: talen would survive but was wounded and contracted malaria. >> there was leeches like you and i would would never belief and they caused infection and there was typhus and cholera and malaria.
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>> reporter: food drops were supposed to arrive, but didn't. >> when you go hunger for days and days. >> reporter: of the 3,000 only 400 were fit to fight 8 months later. today a handful are alive. this morning they are joining proud descendants they remember those who answered the call 70 years ago. >> it was one american unit that was carrying out a mission. it was given by the president of the united states. >> i get upset, but they are amazing people. >> reporter: john rawlins channel 6 "action news." >> there's still much more to dumb come on "action news" saturday morning at 9:00 a.m. calling all volunteers, the state of delaware looking for a few good men and women for the annual coastal cleanup. plus, this is one message
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you cannot miss, a cafe owner in new york pens a letter of forgiveness to the thieves who targeted his shop. plus, we'll get a check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" comes right back.
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so glad you stayed with us, 9:42, this morning a lesson in forgiveness unlike you've never seen this morning. the letter was written by a cafe
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owner who was the victim of a theft. someone broke into the business, the burglars got away with $3,000, instead of calling police, the owner decided to write an open letter, a very large one that you see here to whomever stole from him. if the money you stole was to better you and your family's living, i forgive you, if it was stolen for you to ruin yourself in health and ask you to fix yourself. >> it is my religion, it's always to for give. >> a great lesson in forgiveness from the owner of the shop. when asked what he would do if the burglar or burglars fessed up, he said he will give them a job. he said the nice gesture has led to 6 marriage proposals an facebook. people taking notice. >> reporter: i don't know if i would give them a job, but i
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would take the money back. i forgive you for wearing that suit with that tie. just kidding. >> you got me on that one. >> reporter: i love the tie. there we go, as we look live on sky6 live hd, commodor barry bridge, i said several times, how much i like that tie, gray. a beautiful morning, it's shaping up to be a beautiful start to the weekend. we have low humidity levels temperatures are going to climb into the 90s today, but there's going to be a big difference today that's the lack of humidity the oppressive humidity that's been driving us crazy over the last couple of weeks. you won't see that. 92 it will feel like 92. 74 is where we started out this morning, 66 is the average low for this time of the year. 90-degree days the prediction from accuweather was 32 days to reach the 0 degrees or higher. on average we should see 27.
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today is 37, we'll be close to 40 by the time this heat wave is over. we've had enough when this summer as he is goodbye and moves into fall. philadelphia, 81. wilmington, 80. millville, 78. atlantic city at the airport, 79. satellite and radar, it's going to be quiet out there this weekend, skies crystal clear, puffy cumulus clouds during the course of tomorrow afternoon. that's about it. we're not tracking any weather systems. 89 degrees, the model has us shy of 90. accuweather will put us somewhere around 91, 92. even though this is cooler than what we are forecasting, a lot of suburbs will stay out of the 90s today. same thing tomorrow, the model has us peaking around 88, 89, accuweather is going 90.
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surrounding suburbs will be in the 80s. it will only be a heat wave for the city nobody else else. monday, same thing, it drops us down to 89. accuweather is going 92. surrounding suburbs staying in the mid to upper 980s. 80s. tropical satellite shows north of cuba, flare up of showers and thunderstorms on the eastern side of the low away from the cluster of thunderstorms that has developed. that's good news in the sense in order to get this storm to strengthen those thunderstorms have to wrap around the center of circulation, if that doesn't happen it will remain an disorganized mess. it is drifting towards the west it is getting closer to the gulf of mexico. if it moves into the gulf, we have to watch it, balls water temperatures are in the -- because water temperatures are in the 90s it's an environment for rapid development.
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spaghetti plots look more confused than they did this morning. if you're vacationing this week, you need to monitor the forecast closely over the next few days. 92 in philadelphia. everybody else close to 90. mostly sunny, less humid. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, shorepoints topping out in the mid 80s today. sea breeze kicks in, you fall back to 81, 82. 92 degrees today. 90 tomorrow, combination of sun and clouds. as i just showed you on future tracker, a lot of forecast area stays in the 80s. 92 monday, dropping down to 90 on tuesday, back up to 93 wednesday and a cold front gets us out of the 90 os by thursday. thursday, 85. friday, 80 degrees, no humidity and a nice breeze. >> you don't love this? >> reporter: i love the tie. 9:47 from our delaware newsroom, state and environmental officials are getting ready for the animal coastal cleanup held
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september 17 at 53 sites. volunteers are encouraged to register by monday september 5. last year 1,000 volunteers collected 8 tons of trash along the ocean shorelines and wet landslide and watershed areas. this week's "shelter me rescue of the week" takes us to the great and wonderful world of oz. tamala edwards follows the yellow brick road. >> he is fun and playful. >> reporter: this happy boy ask a lab pit mix, he was rescued from a life a stray. he was hit by a car in philadelphia. he had a broken foot. he had teeth problems. >> reporter: audrey was nursed back to health by the verizon orphanage. they fostered him and shared his story on facebook through the wonderful world of oz that's how
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he found his forever home. the success continues at the animal shelter with nearly 700 adoption each year. >> we'll keep them until he finds a home. >> reporter: now they are trying to find a home for chief. >> he weighs 110 pounds. he is a lap dog. >> reporter: she would be best in the home is a only dog. chopper was saved from a hoarding situation. >> gypsy is a loyal 2 1/2-year-old chow mix. this is princess a 10-year-old jack russell terrier who was surrendered when her owner moved into a nursing home. she has been an only pet for all this time, and she would like to stay that way. if you would like us to share your shelter success stories post a picture to the "fyi
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waking up with us, 9:52, 81 degrees, sky6 live hd giving you a beautiful shot of the ben franklin bridge. we'll hit 09 today, but meteorologist chris sowers says it won't feel as oppressive as lately. in this morning technically speaking an alert for mazda drivers. the automaker is recalling 190,000 suvs because of a dangerous steering defect, recall is the cx7 suvs. the national highway traffic
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administration says water may get into front suspension ball joint fittings and that could lead to corrosion and drivers could lose steering control. a strike vote is days away for fault at pennsylvania's 14 state universities. they will vote from september 7 through 9th with coaches blancking to the union -- belonging to the union voting a week later. faculty members have been working without a contract since june 2015. the president of the union said its members believe the negotiations have been unfair. the state system of higher education says it want to reach a fair contract, but noted the system's issues. philabundance is coming your way -- philabundance is coming your -- "fyi philly" is coming your way. >> reporter: here's what's coming up on "fyi philly." we hit a celebrity inspired
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i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message. michael hayden: if he governs consistent with some of the things he said as a candidate, i would be very frightened. gillian turner: he's been talking about the option of using a nuclear weapon against our western european allies. max boot: this is not somebody who should be handed the nuclear codes.
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charles krauthammer: you have to ask yourself, do i want a person of that temperament controlling the nuclear codes? and as of now, i'd have to say no. [bill o'reilly sighs] final check of the forecast. >> reporter: looking good out, there lots of sunshine, temperatures close to 92 degrees. if you're heading to the union game taking on kansas city in
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chester. mostly clear, nice night, 86 degrees for the start, 79 degrees by 90th minute. >> thank you so much. jack hanna's "wild countdown" coming up next on channel. "action news" continues later tonight. the eagles tackle the colts and indianapolis tonight we'll have highlights. plus a picnic in a cemetary. we'll tell you about a special event that unveils a hidden treasure in the city of philadelphia. for chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm gray hall, we hope you make it a great day!
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announcer: "jack hanna's wild countdown" is sponsored by nationwide. jack: hi, everybody, i'm jack hanna, coming to you from my base camp here at the columbus zoo, and welcome to "wild countdown." did you know some marine mammals are 20 feet long, like killer whales? hurricane jack: look, jack, right at the front of the bow. jack: boy, that is close. i've met mammals that live in the scorching heat-- hoo! and others that thrive in the north pole. i guess this time of year you can only see them from a helicopter, huh? jody: in my opinion, the best way to see them. jack: there are even flying mammals, millions of them. ben: look, the bats are coming out of the cave. jack: how ca

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