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properties and left hundreds of thousand without power from florida to virginia. >> the sun is shining, but the water is down right dangerous. >> we have reports at the shore and david murphy and chris sowers are tracking the storm. david we have new model information. >> reporter: things are tracking in our favor, although it's still a strong storm and presents concerns to us. the movement is taking the storm farther away from us, although i'm beginning to detect a curve to the north that we are expecting later today. eventually we'll see it dive back toward the coastline later tonight and tomorrow before it does another turn and goes on out to sea. as it comes back looks like it will strengthen a little bit. it's so far to the east the impact on the jersey shore may not be as severe as originally thinking. because the storm is so far
away, any rain we saw earlier has dissipated off the maps. we'll see sun and clouds, maybe a few clouds later today pushing in from the east. storm tracker 6 live double scan, just like we like it on a holiday weekend no rain. the issue at the shore is not gone, i don't want to downplay the problems we're looking at down there. the waves are coming in 9 feet north of long beach island and 8 feet closer to ac. most of the immediate coastline is looking at 6 to 7-foot waves in new jersey and delaware. the winds are gusting at 28 miles per hour not all that strong just yet. we're looking at heavy pounding surf, most places are telling you not to go in the water. that should be the rule for everybody today because of the dangerous rip currents. we're looking at a surge coming in on the ocean we expect coastal flooding later tonight and at times of high tide tomorrow morning. one change we're no longer expecting necessarily major
flooding. looks like it will moderate flooding at times of high tide tonight and tomorrow. that can calls problems and that along with the strong winds coming in, we'll get gusts up over 40 or 50 down the shore which is enough to pull off aluminum siding or shingles that can become a project tile, but generally speaking easing back on this. inland looking good and tomorrow pretty good. chris sowers is outside, chris you're lining up the changes and what to expect in the next couple of hours. >> reporter: speaking of beautiful, it is lovely on city avenue. comfortable, combination of sun and clouds, a nice gentle breeze, it's refreshing temperatures in the 70s. david was talking about the shift to the east, farther out to sea. here's what it means as we look at the forecast modeling information. here's a look at the sustained wind speeds.
if you remember from the early this morning, the yellow shade that's tropical storm force winds. the orange shade is winds in excess of 58 miles per hour. early this morning that reached the jersey shore, watch what happens now, as we march along looks like the bulk of it stays out to sea. that's the sudden shift outward or to the east, meteorologist david murphy was talking about here. we have changes this afternoon that are in our favor. the storm is trending eastward on the modeling. we are expecting moderate flooding, but we've removed the words like major and severe. some roads could be impassable, but overall it should be less of an event we saw 24, 36 hours ago. tides of concern, the evening tide tonight will feature moderate tidal flooding and same thing with tomorrow morning and the evening high tide.
we're not putting it in the major category and tuesday morning into tuesday night does not look like there will be any problems with flooding at all object those two tidal when i can back we'll talk about hermine, right now it's a delightful afternoon in the delaware and lehigh valleys. >> we have a team of reporters fandz out along the -- fanned out along the jersey shore. let's go live to jennette reyes who is live on the ocean city boardwalk, where you had lots of company. >> reporter: we have, foot traffic has picked up, and things have livened up a bit, officials are saying don't be fooled the blue skies will darken and that will bring rough water. always hermine is tracking up the east coast, it brings out
two kinds of people out. >> i have a home here, but i'm leaving this afternoon. >> reporter: and people who say no big deal. >> don't be scared, live life dangerously. things is, that's what they are urging people not to do. the sunny skies will make way for showers and moderate flooding. >> i thought was going to be raining when we woke up this morning. >> reporter: steve and his son hit the boardwalk earlier this morning. >> we're going for a bike ride. >> reporter: the boardwalk was crowded with beach goers who were pleasantly surprised, it's not the kind of dense crowd you'll see on the weekend in the summer. tonight and tomorrow's weather will washout any major profits. >> as a business owner i feel
sad for them you can i know how parent it is for them to have their season and i think they will miss it the. >> i think we'll listen to what you have to say and decide whether or not we should go home. >> reporter: we talked to several business owners, they were worried because slow, a lot of more people are out today and they hope it will bring in the business and make up for losses early this morning. still, it's a good idea to make sure you have anything you might seed emergency kits and thinks like that in case you're in an area that floods. jennette reyes back to you. >> the action cam was on rehoboth beach delaware, this morning. lots of people taking advantage of the calm before the storm. businesses as jennette mentioned preparing for what's to come, some put down sand bags for the
rising waters. as for the beach, safety is top priority this weekend. >> we're not allowing any swimming or anyone on the beach. >> limited state of emergency is in place in sussex county which includes rehoboth beach and dewy beaches. >> our coverage continues and now we want to take you to brigantine, new jersey. >> reporter: "action news" reporter, trish hartman is live, trish, how are things looking out there. >> reporter: good morning, gray and nydia, many people are out on the beach in brigantine setting up you up their beach chairs. there are guards out, because so many people have come out to enjoy the sunshine. police want to emphasize they are worried about flooding in the bay areas later tonight and tomorrow as the storm gets closer. >> i expect it will be cloudy and miserable, it's beautiful, the wind is nice, nobody on the beach it's great. >> pleasantly surprised people
ventured out on the beach in brigantine enjoying the sunrise and watching the ocean swells, but officials are warning the storm is still coming. >> we're expecting it to make the northwest turn and hook back into us late tonight and tomorrow. we anticipate high winds and flooding tonight into tomorrow morning. >> reporter: that's why crews worked this morning to push sand up into the beach entrances to protect against storm surge. voluntary evacuations are in place for anyone who saw flooding in previous storms. guards have been patrolling the sand with vehicles making sure people don't go into the water. they want people to use this time to secure items on their property. we found folks who did that. >> we tied down all the outside furniture. with -- we're watching the news and seeing when high tide is and when the water is coming up.
>> we do want ton with all the folks on the beach, the guards are not letting people in the water, it's too dangerous with the conditions. the tide is going back out, it's tonight's tide around 10:00 p.m., officials are worried about seeing the flooding and tomorrow, as well. no mandatory evacuations are planned at this point, but officials are urging everyone here to be vigilant. report reporting live in brigantine, trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> the weather forced atlantic city to cancel two beach concerts this weekend. i know what you're thinking, what about the refunds. according to live nation if you purchased tickets on liner or over the phone, the company will automatically refund the orderly to the same card you used for the transaction. the refund should hit your account within ten business days. we'll bring you updates on hermine on air and online throughout the weekend go to 6abc.com/weather to viewer our
inter active maps for the latest conditions and the path of the storm. i would like to remind you to follow our team of meteorologist also on social media for the latest updates. thousands of music fans are parking the parkway for the second and final day in the made in america festival. the action cam was there as crews worked overnight to clean up the benjamin franklin parkway from day one. crowds jammed the area to see rihanna among other things, many will return today to see cold play. >> there's much more to come on "action news" sunday afternoon. philadelphia orchestra is getting ready to kick off the new season with a little french flare, we have a preview up next. >> plus, police are searching for answers after a deadly shooting at a philadelphia bar. >> meteorologist chris sowers will be back with the full accuweather forecast when "action news" continues. heading out to the softwares
shore where officials are warning people to stay out of the water. annie mccormick is live in ton harbor, annie, what's the latest where you are. >> reporter: the wind is picking up. take a look at the waves. they are getting more aggressive by the hour. you can see people looking at the ocean and not getting in it. that's how the beach patrol wants it. rough surf turned the ocean in stone harbor into a dangerous whirlpool. one surfer was pulled out nearly a mile. while everyone is told to stay out of the water, not everyone listened to emergency management
assessment to leave town saturday. >> we love it here, it's a happy place and quiet place, if we leave we leave. >> we have not decided. >> reporter: near ton harbor, police shut down the townsend inlet bridge due to high waves. downtown stone harbor, businesses put out sandbags, but uncle bill's pancake house, the owner saw a steady stream of customers. >> we were not sure what to expect. but waking up this morning, realizing that people were still around and coming in for breakfast, it's a good day. >> i can you out here right now there's a lot of people still here at the beach. the stone harbor beach patrol is nearly fully staffed, as well. they are keeping their eye on the water and i want to
reiterate all swimming activities are canceled, and channel 6 "action news" back to you. >> now let's get caught up with the latest track of hermine. good news? >> reporter: yeah, it started to shift a little bit out to sea, we've tone it down a little bit. we are not dropping it altogether, but we have taken major and severe out of the risk category and put in moderate. we'll go live down the jersey shore, we're in atlantic city, you can see how rough the surf is. it will continue to build. that's one thing that has not changed. we're expecting dangerous rip currents and rough seas that will build 9 to 12 feet this afternoon. the combination of that and the dangerous rip currents means no swimming. it's advised not to venture into the waters. double scan live, crystal clear,
jersey shore mainly clear this afternoon and combination of sun and clouds, more clouds than sun, we are not expecting any wet weather this afternoon. atlantic city, 74. philadelphia with all the sunshine we bumped up the high up to 80. originally had it at 78. allentown, 77. poconos still in the 60s. 69 degrees, tropical storm warnings continue up and down the jersey shoreline and the delaware bay and the delaware beaches and the center of circulation continues to drift to the east, it's starting to slow down now which was anticipated it's starting to get picked up by an approaching trough that will drift to the west before going out to sea. it's when it makes the left hand we'll see the moderate flooding. tonight's high tide and first tide tomorrow morning. spaghetti plot each line representing a specific forecast model showing a left-hand turn, they are not going like this and coming out, they are making a
jog to the left and then going out. think how many times we talk about a nor'easter and we have 6 to 12 inches and the slightest shift out to sea we get 2 or 3. it's same kind of thing because it's a coastal storm. huge differences for the eastern seaboard. combination of sun and clouds, overnight tonight the clouds lower and thicken across the jersey shore. there will be rain showers and heavier bands first thing tomorrow morning, but again, the bulk of the storm should stay out to sea. everybody else is looking at a combination of sun and clouds tomorrow afternoon. it's another nice day. winds speeds we've toned it down a little bit, it's a windy day down the jersey shore. 40 miles per hour up to point pleasant beach or belmawr. 40-mile an hour gusts expected tore interior sections of south jersey. wave heights we toned that down a little bit. we're up to 15.
we're expecting major beach erosion, moderate coastal flooding is expected. there's the wind gusts between 40 and 50 miles per hour. forecast for today, it's a nice finish to the weekend, sun and clouds windy, 80 degrees in the city. upper 70s north and west, low to mid 70s for the jersey shore. atlantic city and cape may, 73. millville, 76. dover, 76 degrees, the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, once hermine gets out of here, look at the heat that's charging this way. 80 degrees today and tomorrow. windy conditions this afternoon and once again on labor day. look for combination of sun and clouds both days, warmer tuesday, 87. humidity levels are fairly calm. that changes by week's end. as the heat moves in the humidity moves in, as well. 93, 94, and 92, it will feel higher than those temperatures there.
hopefully it's the last heat wave. >> after making an annual pilgrimage to saratoga, philadelphia orchestra is back home to kick off the season. >> reporter: this is the director of the philadelphia or which he orchestra who will be joined by a pianist who is world renown. the orchestra is ringing in the season with a an all-french program. >> it's a great way to kick over the season. >> the orchestra will be joined by the pianist who finished her studies at the curtis institute in 2008. >> she is known for her thoughtful depth of music
making. she'll be performing chopin piano. >> it's a fantastic texture. he has an incredible way of utilizing the or which he is tra, and start the year off with a bang. it's a tearser of what's to come with a three week long paris festival slated for january and roster of classical superstars throughout the season. >> this orchestra always presents the highest levels artists internationally. >> reporter: it its opening runs september 22 to the 24th. go to arts for other area
morning, 12:24 p.m., 78 degrees, sky6 live hd taking a live look at the ben franklin bridge. it is beautiful inland a glorious day for a barbecue. hope you enjoy the holiday weekend. coastal flooding is a concern at the shore. we're looking at moderate coastal flooding and you're being urged not to go into the water. as hermine spins off the coast, we invite you to join the action and sends us your photos and videos. that's what ruth did in cape may. she said the waves generate by hermine were beautiful and powerful. here's what waves like that can do. randy took this photo down in strathmere. it created a stunning scene at
sun set in long bored last night. here a few more photos and videos you've been sending in over the last 24 hours. use the #on 6abc action on instagram and twitter or upload them to the "action news" facebook page. >> one person is dead after a shooting at a philadelphia bar. this happened around 1:00 a.m. inside the bar on the 3100 block of kensington avenue. a man in his 40s was shot several times. the individual was taken to sign 1250eu7b hospital -- einstein hospital where he died. we have information on a late night shooting in west philadelphia. police looking for a person who shot the driver. before the shooting the victim plowed into several parked cars. the action cam was at the scene the 5500 block of paris street in west philadelphia. the driver hit the parked cars and got out of the suv and start the running.
that's when someone confront the him an shot him three times. police found the 29-year-old victim lying outside his vehicle. he is in critical condition in the hospital. the shooter is still on the run. >> after the break, it is phillies are hoping to avoid the 6th straight loss at home today. >> eagles say goodbye to sam bradford, we'll have the latest on the trade coming up next in sports.
minnesota vikings for a number one draft pick in 2817 and another round in -- 2017. >> we didn't have the confident in how our team was playing and how we are going to structure the team. when you put all that together, we felt like in balancing today and the future it was the right move for us. >> that trade moveed carson wentz timetable up, he expected to spend much of the season on the bench watching bradford. >> the phillies hope to pick you were a win against the braves. last night at citizens bank park, the braves scored the winning run in the top of the 10th. phils lose 6-4. they lose two leads in the game and blew a big lead in fray's game against the braves.
and chris sowers are tracking hermine. we'll start with david, seems like the system has been downgraded a little bitment. >> reporter: there are changes we want to report to you. this is still a strong, dangerous storm. swimg in the water -- swimming in the water not a good idea in the next couple of days. the center of the storm is well out to sea at this point, a little farther east than what was originally projected. as you see the latest movement of the center of the storm beginning to curve to the north, it is projected to come back closer to our coast before it takes off. that move toward the coast if it is going to happen will be later tonight and into the early part of tomorrow. always it moves closer, the highest impact is expected from the storm. overall, things may be getting better for us. as we look at storm tracker 6 live double scan there's one way its gotten better. we started to downplay the idea of rain.
we'll get hardly anything out there today, probably nothing from here on out. tomorrow is probably not all that rainy either, but as we get into tonight and tomorrow, we have issues at the shore. our local ocean front usually anywhere 8 to 6 feet is what we're looking at. winds gusting at 28 miles per hour not all that strong just yet. but we still have heavy surf and dangerous rip currents up and down the delaware and new jersey coastlines along all beaches. most lifeguards are keeping people out of the water. that's a good idea. we're looking at times of coastal flooding with high tide tonight and tomorrow. because of the system that's moving toward us, won't push as far west as we think it might. that means moderate coastal flooding tonight and tomorrow's high tide. in a storm when we talk about
moderate flooding we're descriptive about it. looks like it's not going to be major flooding that's going to be a bit of a break. chris sowers is outside, chris you're tracking the changes in the storm's future and what that means to us. >> reporter: good afternoon, dave, it means we've toned things down a little bit with wind and rain and how we worded the flooding. let's go over to the graphics and show you the latest forecast model coming into the weather center. this is a look at the sustained wynfield with hermine. the yellow shade 39 to 57-mile an hour winds the orange shade represent 58-mile an hour. last night this model showed the yellow area that yellow shaded area actually reaching as far west as the jersey shore. here's the latest update, that's as far west as it gets, 50 miles per hour offshore that's the
stunning shift to the east out to sea that meteorologist david murphy was talking about. that's good news because that will ease things down just a little bit. jersey shore, as far as heavy rains we just about removed that from the forecast altogether. there will be showers down there overnight tonight into tomorrow morning. there could be a quick-hitting downpour, as well, but we're not expecting the one, two, three inches of rain like we were thinking a couple of days. beach erosion will be high, you're looking at 9 to 12-foot waves battering the beaches for several hours, 24 to 48 hours, that remains on the high side, but we've toned the power outages down a little bit as well we've changed that from high to moderate. here's a look at the tides that will be impacted that's tonight's high tide and tomorrow morning's high tide and tomorrow evening high tide. none of them in the major flooding category, they have been lord to moderate flooding -- lowered to moderate
flooding, that's nothing to laugh at. moderate flooding at all other times is significant. down the jersey shore it's a little bit better than it was early this morning. that's latest on hermine. when i come back in just a few minutes, i'll have a look at the lovely seven-day forecast which features another heat wave. >> still a dangerous storm. we have a team of reporters keeping a close eye on the waves. >> indeed we do, annie mccormick is live in stone harbor, you saw a surfer get carried away. >> reporter: hes with a so eager to get out there, within minutes he drifted down a mile away from where he got into the water. a short time later we saw stone harbor police talking to him. we did see two other surfers go in. since then we have not seen people go into the water. i want you to take a look at the conditions. you can see the people looking at the ocean and not going in.
that's how the stone harbor beach patrol wants it right now. all water activities are canceled. nobody is allowed in the water not even knee-deep because of the rip currents. in stone harbor, yesterday officials did ask visitors to leave because they were concerned about flooding. you heard david and chris talking about even if the storm changes a little bit there could be the threat of moderate flooding and that could be an issue for people leaving beach towns like stone harbor and after lone and sea isle. the townsend inlet bridge between avalon and sea isle has been shut down because of the waves going over the bridge. if there is moderate flooding that means typical areas will flood plus other areas, that could be a problem for people leaving the island especially on labor day weekend when you have
so plane people visiting. we talked to businesses, a lot of them doing well, because a lot of people decided they were staying put. annie mccormick channel 6 "action news" back to you. >> as we've been telling you it's down right dangerous to venture out in the into the ocean with hermine off the coast. the waves are getting stronger and bigger. a paddle boarder did not heed the warnings and he was knocked do the water. heed the red flag warnings and stay out of the water. >> trish hartman is live in brigantine. >> folks there have been asked to voluntary evacuation, have they been paying attention to the orders? >> reporter: some folks haven't and those are the folks seen flooding in the areas before in previous storms, a lot of people have made their way on to the beach setting up beach chairs and enjoying the sunshine.
balls so many people have made their way on to the beach, the lifeguards are out and keeping an eye on things and keeping folks out of the water. they are letting people on to the sand, they don't want people in the water for safety reasons, the too dangerous. officials want to remind everyone the threat of flooding is very real especially during high tide tonight and tomorrow. people who chose to stay in brigantine, they need venturing out and taking pictures and walking their dogs and enjoying the morning before the storm hits. crews have been working to push the sand up the beach to keep the ocean from flooding into the streets during high tide. voluntary evacuations are in effect for those who experienced flooding in the bay area. many people we talked to say they are glad they stayed, they don't think it will be that bad,
they want people to take the storm seriously and saying the water is dangerous and we talked to folks who know why. >> i put my feet in the water and i could feel the strength of it. >> reporter: as we said initially, the guards were going 0 to be patrolling the beach on the vehicles they were not going to be out in the sand because so many people are coming out. balls it's a nice day, the guards are patrolling the beaches and keeping folks out of the ocean and make sure fer making sure everybody is safe today. trish hartman channel 6 "action news." thank you for the update. >> new jersey governor chris christie is providing an update on hermine right now. let's listen in. >> don't be lulled by the nice weather like nothing is going to happen. please be careful going in the ocean with the rip currents we don't want to see people have injury or loss of life going
into the ocean in dangerous conditions. questions, i would be happy to take them. >> we'll bring you updates on hermine, governor chris christie in moorestown, new jersey. go to 6abc.com/weather to view our interactive map for the latest conditions and follow our team. meteorologists on social media for updates. >> there's much more to come on "action news" for this sunday. she dedicated her life to the sick and poor, now mother teresa has become a saint nearly 20 years after her death. >> i'm matt matt and this is dutch -- i'm matt o'donnell, this is duchess from the animal rescue, you'll met duchess and some of our pals coming up on "action news." taking a live look sky6 live hd,
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downgraded just is bit. >> changes in our favor, new jersey governor chris christie saying don't be lumed by the nice -- lulled by the nice weather, the storm is still a storm. >> reporter: we were talking about this earlier, moderate flooding is still moderate flooding. if was up to your waist before, now it's up to your knees. it's not as severe as it was. let's get you outside and look live on sky6 live hd, there's the view at the jersey shore, it's a nice beach day, we're seeing dangerous rip currents. the seas continue to build. right now we have nine to ten foot waves breaking on the sand. it's a little breezy, that will continue to pile the water inland here it will only strengthen the rip currents as the day wears on. double scan live is clear, we could have showers overnight tonight and tomorrow for the jersey shore, for now, everybody is nice and dry. 78 in philadelphia. 75 in reading, very, very comfortable out there this
afternoon, delightful air mass in place, look at the wind barbs here out of the north that's a comfortable direction in the matter of the wind speed. tropical storm warnings continue for the jersey shore the delaware beaches and bay region we're expecting gusts at some point tonight into tomorrow to reach the 40 to 50-mile an hour range. here's the water vapor shot. the winds blow counter clockwise around an area of low pressure like a hurricane or tropical storm. we're pulling all the cool comfortable canadian air on the backside. it's comfortable in the carolinas and the virginias, dewpoints in the 40s and 50s. we're expecting the storm to make a turn to the left. maximum sustained winds have increased up to 70 miles per hour. we are expecting it to strengthen into a hurricane. the difference is only a should shift back, before it was
supposed to go something liemghts and pull out -- gjts and -- something like that and pull out. tuesday afternoon it moves toward new england. future tracker 6, a nice finish for the weekend. 5:00 a.m. tomorrow morning, the model is indicating a couple of heavier downpours briefly before that pulls away, most of monday looks like combination of sun and clouds, as well. for everybody west of philadelphia. inland it's more clouds than sun, for the jersey shore it's cloudy and showers and quick-hitting downpour from time to time. jersey shore waves up 9 to 12 feet. moderate coastal flooding expected we've toned that down from major. wind gusts 40 to 50 miles per
hour. the tides of concern, this evening,'s high tide and monday morning high tide and monday evening high tide. if you live in a flood-prone area, the roads will flood over the next 24 to 36 hours. in philadelphia, all inland locations, it's windy and very, very comfortable, highs around 80 degrees. 80 only labor day east of philadelphia, more clouds than sun, west of philadelphia, more sun than clouds. it's a windy day. wednesday is nice, sunny, warm, 86. thursday, friday, saturday, we get back into the stick ytion again -- stickies, again high temperatures in the 90s and we're hoping that's the last heat wave of the year. >> thank you, we'll be right back.
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saint before 100,000 people. the pope said the tiny nun who cared for the world most destitute is a model of mercy. she defended the lives of the unborn and sick and abandoned and shamed world leaders for the crime of povertity they themselves created. >> in this week we meet a dog who was found in rough shape. a generous donor got the medical care for the dog that the dog needed and its forever family. >> reporter: when list and rob first met the dog they would dub swaggie a few months ago, it was the perfect fit. >> we knew he was going to be the dog for us. >> reporter: and swaggie needed work when he came to the refuge he was named dexter. >> he had no if you are when i
met him except a little bit on each paw. >> reporter: he is the kind of dog in a shelter environment people would walk by. >> it broke my heart. >> so she and her husband donated the money to treat him. >> it was a bad allergy. >> he is the best alarm clock i will ever have. soon as my alarm goes off, he is like wake up. >> and dr. ravi are working hard to create more with animals like nubs. what he lacks in legs, he make up for in digits. he is a sure i'veer and wonderful pet. >> mr. johnson is a sweet and loveable five year. bella and polly came to the
shelter covered in mats. >> you couldn't find their feet or tales. they love to find someone to adopt them both. >> they are awesome dogs. >> reporter: this is duchess a 3-month-old pitbull puppy abandoned in philadelphia covered in tar, she has been spayed and ready for for adoption. if you would like to share your shelter success stories post a picture to the "fyi philly" using the harsh a tag 6abc shelter me tell us where you adopted your pet and how much they mean to you, we'll feature your stories on upcoming "shelter me rescue of the week" segments. >> they are all to cute aren't they. >> yeah, they are. >> when "action news" continues, a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> good day for a barbecue.
that's what i say. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, look for combination of sun and clouds, it's windy and high of 80 degrees. same thing tomorrow, although tomorrow there could showers or downpours down the jersey shore. we pull out of it. next week we feature a heat wave, thursday, friday saturday, 93, 94 and 92 degrees. not happy about that. >> number 7. hopefully the last one. >> "fyi philly" is next on channel 6. >> our coverage of hermine continues on "action news" at 6:00 p.m. now for gray hall, chris sowers,
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