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e all planned medical or dental procedures. before starting xarelto tell your doctor about any conditions, such as kidney, liver or bleeding problems. to help protect yourself from a stroke, ask your doctor about xarelto. there's more to know. xarelto. 7:00 a.m., saturday, october 1. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news." police are looking for a pair of thieves who surprised a resident in a north philadelphia home overnight. the race for the white house leads to lancaster county. the polls show two candidates in a dead heat. bracing for a price hike, drivers in new jersey could see a spike in gas prices, this morning we'll tell you why. >> first it is a dreary start
to your weekend, sky6 live hd taking a live look outside and conditions right here overlooking the city. you see it is dreary and cloudy, right there at the center city skyline. you can see barely the top of the skyscrapers there because of the low clouds. the question becomes, hey, where is the sun? when will we see it again? >> reporter: probably later next week. actually you'll see sunshine tomorrow, but it's later next week when we start to get into a nice, sunny day. but not today, today is a cloudy damp and dreary afternoon and every now and then you may see an occasional shower, and mist. 54 in pottstown. quakertown, 54. slatington, 53. center city, 58. cinnaminson, 57. glassboro, 58. dover and smyrna, 62.
boy they have seen a lot of rain in southern delaware. some areas picked up close to a foot of rain since wednesday afternoon. we don't need any more rainfall. as we look at satellite and radar there's plenty of it off to the southwest. that's heading this way. we expect drizzle to break out in the next hour or two followed by brief passing showers later this afternoon. that's the call from accuweather, cloudy and damp, dreary, of the -- 69 degrees is the forecasted high with passing shower from time to time. it's not a complete washout like yesterday and the day before, be on the look out for passing showers. the weather headline it stays unsettled over the next couple of days with a passing shower and drizzle. all eyes on matthew the monster in the carribean. it weaken into a category 4. it's a huge mega storm turning
north into the island of cuba and the bahamas. where does it go from there? i'll attempt to answer that question for you and have have e exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when i see you again. and opened rear door is the first clue that something was wrong in a home in north philadelphia. a person noticed the open door when they got to the 1500 brock of west thom ton street. the person saw two burglars busy at work. they got away before police got there. nobody was hurt. police are concerned about the number of shots fired at a shop wednesday night. christopher sowell was killed after stabbing and assaulting three children. nine officers fired 109 shots at the mann after he refused to show his hands. commissioner ross called it contagious gunfire. >> clearly 109 rounds gives us
significant pause and concern regardless of what the circumstances are, it's not an indictment of the police officers, but it may be a significant training issue that we need to address in addition to any other thinks that come up in the investigation. >> commissioner ross said the medical examiner has not determined how many bullets hit christopher sowell. two knives were recovered but no guns. actor tracy morgan is due in court in november in connection with the crash that seriously injured him and killed his friend. walmart truck driver will be inside the hearing. the truck was speeding when it plowed into the limo. tracy and walmart settled a civil suit. donald trump holds a rally
in manheim, lancaster county. donald trump and hillary clinton are in a dead heat. also trump went on a twitter ramp. he called a sex tape that showed macuatto in bed. hillary clinton referred to trump's twitter attack. she said her opponent has become unhinged even for him. she questioned what person gets up at 3:00 a.m. to send anger arey tweets. >> if you live in jersey prepare to pay more at the pump. the 23 cent a gallon gas tax may reach the state's pumps as early
as next week. the hard-fought compromise worked out between governor christie and democratic leaders will restart hundreds of highway and transit projects that were stalled balls the state ran -- because the state ran out of money for them. there was mixed reaction about the news. >> for someone who doesn't make that much money living paycheck to paycheck hits me a lot. >> do you mind paying 23 cents a gallon if they fix the roads and the bridges. >> as long they do their job and keep their word, i'm okay with it. >> the first gas tax increase in new jersey since 1988. this morning homes in bethlehem are condemned because of a sinkhole. it has forced some families there to evacuate. work continues at the site on the 700 block of north new street. the ground has been eroding make
it unsafe to live in. the shifting soil has severed sections of gas and water pipelines. >> i'm not sure when we'll get back or if we'll get back in. i know the lady next-door was packing a suitcase. >> the erosion is under control. snrns -- inspectors are checking the stability of the homes. a building was brown down in wilmington on the 900 block of walnut street collapsed yesterday morning. crews were working on a lot next-door and the wet weather may have caused the ground to weaken. vision loss is a common sign of aging. ahead. bosom buddies while president obama had to yell at bill clinton to get on air force one. >> reporter: i used to luke that
california released the video of the encounter with an unarmed black man. the man took a shooting stance and pointed something at them. police say he had a vape smoking device not a gun. police hope the video will calm the violent protest that has followed the shooting. darren said he was sitting in physical science class at rowan campus when he felt a hot
burning sensation on his leg and smelled smoke and heard popping noises. the student was not hurt. apple is investigating the claim. samsung recalled galaxy note 7 last month because they were catching fire. it seems president obama was anxious to get home, but his predecessor wanted to take his time. president obama on air force one yesterday was getting comfortable for the long ride back to washington, and yelling bill. hey, let's go. that would be former president bill clinton he was referring to. when he doesn't heed the call, president obama walked off the plane on the steps and said, let's go. >> yes, mr. president you have to listen to the current president. and former president finally walked up the steps and
stretches out his arms and the two shake hands and pat each otherren the back and get on the plane. >> we got to go. >> all right, back here at home, people preparing for the weekend. >> reporter: they should prepare as if it were yesterday. there's showers down in atlantic city. we'll see drizzle and mist this morning. not as wet as thursday and friday, but showers out there from time to time. there's the view in atlantic city. a little damp, lots of low level clouds and patchy fog. double scan live is clear for the most part outside the drizzle and mist. we're not picking up any measurable rain. the showers will hold off until this afternoon. dewpoint, 56. pressure is holding steady. winds out of the northeast at 13 miles per hour. the air temperatures for the most part are in the 50s to the
north an low to mid 60s off to the southeast. millville, 62. we're showing 58. allen town, most of the lehigh valley mid 50s, the poconos still in the upper 40s this morning. satellite and radar, we have this little line that's starting to develop here, showers and embedded downpours a couple of thunderstorms off to the south across the virginia capes and the outer banks of the carolinas, all this lifting to the north. just like yesterday at times, we'll see a passing shower, otherwise it's cloudy and damp and drizzle and mist. there's the line getting it's act together all rotating around this upper leveling low right here -- level low right here, north of cincinnati. the cut off low is sitting and spinning and waiting for something to pick it up and push it along its way. it will happen in the early part of the next week. we'll break this pattern and get into a little bit of sunshine. future tracker 6 no sun today. cloudy skies, afternoon showers
possible, otherwise it's a day with drizzle and mist, breeze, overnighter tonight, same thing tomorrow morning we start to clear a little bit. you will see some sunshine, also a chance of a passing shower, the skies will brighten up, that will allow temperatures to get back into the 70s, 75 tomorrow afternoon. there's the latest on matt that you, there's the carribean, there's the winward passage. well-defined eye. maximum winds 155 miles per hour. it's moving at 7 miles per hour to the west. it will make the turn to the north, hitting eastern jamaica and over eastern cuba and over the bahama islands. the big question where does it head from that point on, does it travel north an move up the eastern seaboard or be out to sea and be nothing but a storm that produces large swells and
beach erosion and coastal flooding. all the forecast model suggest it turns northward, once it crosses cuba is it closer to the coast or out to sea. i'll explain this in a little more detail in 15 minutes. cloudy and breezy, drizzle, millville, 69. reading, 64. cape may, 70 degrees. overnight tonight, cloudy and damp, once again a few passing showers. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, a shower is possible today. 69 degrees. shower is possible tomorrow. 75. it's a little bit warmer on sunday, because you'll see a little sunshine. monday partly sunny, still a shower, 77. tuesday, mostly cloudy, drizzle, 70 degrees. wednesday and thursday look good at this point, 68 anticipate 72. friday we're posting increasing clouds for now, it depends on matthew, highs in the low 70s. i hope you like the dreary weather. >> don't like it too much, but got to deal with it.
>> reporter: better than the 90s. many things change as we go through life, our eyesight is among the most notable. tamala edwards explains and how to navigate the changes. >> i want to measure your eye again. >> reporter: by the summer, peggy was fed up with her worsening cataracts. after the first cataract was removed she couldn't believe the difference. now she is anxious to have the other one out. >> reporter: cat racks begin in -- cataracts begin at middle age. you may not read or pick the right color of socks. they replace the cloudy lens with a clear implant. some want them to correct the
distance. peggy's lens correct her a "g.m.a." t macular degeneration damage also central vision making it hard to read or see facial feets. features. wet macular can be treated with medicine. doctors need a thorough eye exam once a year or more. peggy is glad they didn't delay. >> i didn't think it was going to be this good. tamala edwards channel 6 "action news."
>> good morning to you, good saturday morning. 7:20, 58 degrees out there. sky6 live hd over the ben franklin bridge. it is dreary, it is gray and that's the way it's going to be today. meteorologist chris sowers will let you know if and when the sun will return. here's a look at what's happening in and around delaware and lehigh valleys this weekend. walking dead fans will want to head to the greater philadelphia expo center in montgomery county. there will be actors from the walking dead, baits motel and gotham and so much more. they will meet with the audience and meet with the fans. check it out today from 10:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and tomorrow 10:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. get into the fall spirit in
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time to look at the water vapor image. there's matthew clearly defined to the northwest aruba. up this trough right here which that is brought miserable weather. you can see the clouds down here, the trough will help to lift matthew to the north. just like that. this high will become the main player later this week. this will during the time if it becomes an east coast threat or works out to sea. all the forecast models agree that matthew will come just to the west of windward passage right there. it will situate itself over the bahama islands. monday or tuesday of next week. the atlantic ridge is right here. if the high is far enough out to sea it will allow matthew to escape. it will be a storm that produces large swells and coastal
flooding and possibility of beach erosion. if the high is closer, let's suppose the high is out here, which some forecast models have it closer to the coast, then all of a sudden matthew does one of these jobs just like irene a few years ago and parallel the eastern seaboard and make landfall in north carolina and go up into new england. these are the scenarios that are out there right now and what we have to watch closely. the question is matthew an east coast threat and if so, where will it hit and the impact be? we'll watch it over the neck few days. >> in sports, the sixers lose a key young player to injury. this time it's benefit -- ben simmons. >> reporter: what a bad break, sixers season took an unlucky turn, ben simmons broke a bone
in his foot during a scrimmage. they open their preseason schedule on tuesday, the regular season begins october 26. we caught up with gerald henderson after the news was announced. >> ben will be fine, it's a small set back, i think the team will be fine. we start with a lot of talent. we're working very hard. clearly he is a young kid getting excited about the season. we'll be careful with his rehab and take however long it takes. >> reporter: it was ryan howard's last weekend in a phillies uniform. when he stepped up to the plate, no, no, actually, no. it did look like a home run, but he settled for a lone double. he went 4-4 two strikeouts.
mets beat the phillies 5-1. two to go for ryan howard. what a week for carson wentz now he is racking in endorsement deals, a bye week commercial shoot for carson wentz for real truck.com. the company announced a partnership with the quarterback and building him a new pick up truck, as well. it's carson wentz world and we're just living in. penn against dartmouth looking for their first win and they get it. they beat them 37-24. they are 1-2. temple owls getting set for their comrches -- conference opener against smu. they beat the mustangs 6040. does matt rhule expect a
shootout? >> i don't think so, i would like a 17-14 game. we're prepared to score a lot of points and we are growing in that area. we need them to play great on defense, as long as we have one more than them at the end of the day i'll be happy. >> you can see more on temple football play book at 9:00 a.m. that's a look at sports saturday morning, stay dry! fios is not cable. we're wired differently. we guarantee to make switching easier. we'll show up on time. you're right on time. as promised, to install fios and set up the wi-fi that janet, jamie, jenny, jemma and jasmine need on their birthday. thank you. for all their new devices.
>> a woman is hurt after a fire breaks out in her wilmington row home overnight. the night the music died, musicians with the philadelphia orchestra hit the picket line on opening night. plus, tracking the possibility of showers, it's another dreary day across the delaware and lehigh valley. a good day to stay in and read a book. meteorologist chris sowers outside with a look ahead. chris, more rain, right? >> reporter: more rain, more clouds and drizzle, at least it's starting to feel like fall and not the 90-degree weather we were used to months on ends. there's a positive with the weather pattern. dreary damp afternoon, highs struggle to get out of the 60s. millville, 62. cape may, the villas, 65. atlantic city at the airport, 62. dover, 64. we have a breeze blowing as
well, especially for the shorepoints, stained winds 15 miles per hour from beach haven to sea isle city. every now and then you pick up a gust of 20 to 25. very breezy out there. we'll see showers lift through just like yesterday and thursday, we have periods of rain. if you didn't have periods of rain you saw an occasional shower if you didn't have that you had patchy rain and drizzle and mist. expecting wet weather later on. the call from accuweather looks like. 65 degrees by 11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m., 68. 3:00 p.m., 69. 5:00 p.m., 68 degrees. cloudy skies, breezy, patchy drizzle and mist from time to time and maybe the occasional shower. temperatures wise close to average, the normal is 72. it's pretty much where we should be for this time of the year. when i come back in just a few minutes we'll talk about the unsettled weather pattern we're
in when it final breaks we'll see the return of sunshine and we'll have more information on hurricane matt that you spinning its wheels in the carribean coming up in ten minutes. >> new this morning, one woman is injured and neighboring homes are damaged after a house fire in wilmington, delaware. the action cam was at the scene the 100 block of west 30th street. the fire started at 12:45 a.m. it took firefighters half-hour to get control of the fire. the injured woman taken to the hospital. no word on her condition. three other people got out safely. the delaware fire marshal is investigating. a public memorial will be held to honor two firefighters killed in the line of duty one week agate comes a day after they were laid to rest. [bagpipes]. >> somber scene yesterday hundreds of mourners attended the funeral mass for lieutenant
christopher leach at saint elizabeth catholic church. senior firefighter jerry fickes was laid to rest at a private funeral earlier in the day. christopher leach and jerry fickes rushed into a burning home believing that children were trapped inside many remember them as heros. >> we don't care day or night, we go in and do our job. we're firefighters. >> just the kind of turnout you're seeing he was a respected and honored man. he died doing what he loved to do. >> police say the fire that killed the firefighters was deliberately set. 28-year-old beat beat -- beatriz fana-ruiz, faces several charges including murder. the public memorial will be held if he chase -- at the chase center on the river front. the firefighter logo was
placed on the winning car at the dover nascar race. the firefighters were joined into victory lane to salute the fallen heros. funeral services will be held for the late queen of the modern soap opera. a funeral mass will be held at 10:30 at saint thomas villanova chapel in rosemont, agnus nixon was 93 years old. philadelphia orchestra was not on stage, they were outside the kimmel center. there was no harmony for those waiting inside for the show is to start. "action news" reporter, john rawlins was there with the details. >> reporter: inside the kimmel center the black tie fundraiser was a go. outside there was a brass
ensemble with the picketing musicians. all this unexpected after talks stalled to the disappointment of fans. >> so disappointed to fly in from ohio and i heard about the orchestra for years and years, this is my first time to see it, so, yeah, i was very disappointed. >> i was a little upset, as a singer myself i understand, that musicians have to eat. if they are not coming to terms with them and giving them respectable pay i understand. >> reporter: both sides said they were close. >> we were very close to funding a deal, but we decided it was not enough. >> reporter: the or which he --a said it would boost pay to $135,000 a year, but the union said it's far short of the $152,000 that boston musicians make and over time philadelphia
will lose top talent to other orchestra. >> we had usually been around boston's salary and without the increases we would be over a 30 year career we would be $1.8 million behind the boston members. >> reporter: she would meetings tuesday that means no scheduled shows with the orchestra, saturday and sunday's shows have been canceled because of the walkout. john rawlins channel 6 "action news." it is feared that the damage roof of the train shed will collapsed in hoboken. the commuter train crashed into the platform and bounced up and hit the wall. the engineer was slumped over the controls. one person was killed 34-year-old woman standing on the platform.
she had just dropped off her baby girl at day care. seven of the more than 100 injured this morning are in the hospital. federal investigators continue to gather evidence from the home of a man charged with setting off bombs in new york and new jersey. they conducted interviews at ahmad khan rahami's family home in elizabeth, new jersey. 31 people were injured in the september 17 bombing. ram wram was cap you ram warm -- ahmad khan rahami was captured after a shootout with police. he is still in the hospital. 76ers superstar ben simmons rolled his ankle in practice on thursday. x-rays revealed he has a fractured foot that could city y line -- sideline him up to 8
weeks. there's a bedbug infestation with the health department. nora muchanic has more. >> i think it's disgusting. >> reporter: state workers are grossed out and frightened and tired of about bedbugs. >> reporter: this is a shot sent to us at the number of state office buildings known to have bedbugs, richard hughes justice and offices at the capitol center leased by the department of health. bedbug monitors were installed on the third, fourth and 6th floor.
the head of local union representing workers in these buildings says it doesn't feel like that. members are complaining about bedbugs or being bitten by them. >> they should not have to come into a building and having the fear they would take them home to their house. >> you don't want anything crawling on you. >> reporter: some workers have resorted to covering their coats and chairs in plastic. >> it cost a lot of money to exterminate your house when it comes to bedbugs. of course i worry about bringing them home. >> reporter: the union is contacting the governor's office and legislators to see if they can do something to get rid of the bedbugs once and for all. nora muchanic channel 6 "action news." >> 7:40 a.m. there are new guidelines on safe sex. we have details on the cdc for
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matthew pumped up waves along south america. it boosted to a category 5. it's the strongest storm coming out of the atlantic ocean since felix in 2007. it's on track to hit eastern cuba by saturday night. >> reporter: once it gets into the southern atlantic is it an east coast threat or head out to sea. i'll go over that in a second. locally you see live on sky6 live hd down if old city. it's another dreary morning around the delaware and the lehigh valleys, patchy fog and misting taking place, other locations seeing patchy drizzle. as we flip it over to the radars, we're not seeing any steady heavy precipitation as of yet. there's plenty of it building to the south. outside of the drizzle and the mist the radars are deer. these are doppler radar
estimates. since wednesday afternoon look what happened in sussex and southern kent counties in delaware. close to a foot of rain has fallen. new castle county delaware, good 2 to 5 inches in the delaware bay communities. cape may, wildwood, cape may, 5 inches of rain 1 to 2 for the city of philadelphia. we were in a deficit going into this week now some areas are well above in a surplus now, thanks to all the rain. it kept the temperatures at bay, monday's high, 70 degrees. tuesday a little spike up to 75. and then we got the clouds in here, the rain and drizzle. temperatures were heads down, thursday, 65. yesterday, 63 degrees in the city of philadelphia. 54 in allentown. 58 in philadelphia.
millville, 62 and cape may, 65. we have fog hugging the coastline this morning, as well. if you're traveling drive slowly out there. wildwood, two miles, a mile and a half in philadelphia. 1.7 in toms river. satellite and radar you can see this lifting to the north, wrapping around the cut off low that continues to sit and spin across the ohio and tennessee valleys this morning. here's the latest round of rain heading into our neck of woods later this afternoon. most of the day today, cloudy, maybe you see drizzle or mist from time to time, later on, after 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m., steadier showers get in here and that lingers into the overnight. that means more wet weather over the next 24 to 36 hours. future tracker 6, later this afternoon, the model showing the moisture lifting to the north. heavier drenching downpours, overnight tonight cloudy and damp, patchy drizzle, brief
passing shower, tomorrow we may see a little bit of sunshine. you see the clearing by 11:00 a.m. for south jersey and delaware, by afternoon the sun will be fighting the clouds all day. tomorrow is a much better day. still there's a threat of an isolated shower. at least you'll see sunshine tomorrow. the spaghetti plot showing the latest on hurricane matthew, maximum stained winds 155 miles per hour, category 4. some of the gusts put it up to 175 miles per hour. the storm will lift to the north over the bahamas and the question is this an east coast threat like irene a few years ago, or will this storm head out to sea. that's the european model that's widely regarded as one of the most accurate molds out -- model
out there. the race is down in dover, drizzle, 74. tomorrow, partly sunny, drier day, 78 degrees. philadelphia immediate suburbs, cloudy, passing shower, mist and drizzle, breezy. 69 degrees, overnights tonight more rain and drizzle, patchy fog, 67 degrees outlying suburbs, 63. temperatures on the cooler side, 69 today. sunshine expected tomorrow, 75 degrees. monday partly sunny, still the shower threat, highs around 77 tuesday, cloudy, 70. wednesday and thursday we pull out of it. friday if matt that you stays out to sea it's a sunny day, if it's a storm that hugs the coast the weather will deteriorate. >> people complaining about the rain? >> reporter: not really. >> i'll give you one later. thank you, chris, i would like to reminds you can get the
seven-day forecast and check storm tracker 6 live radar at 6abc.com/weather. an all new "fyi philly" is coming up tonight right here on 6abc, here's erin, karen and alicia with a delicious preview. >> reporter: here's what's coming up on "fyi philly." it's our annual food truck special. from sweet treats to delicious sandwiches. it's perfect. wow, that's tonight on "fyi philly." we hope you join us.
just a bit. in "healthcheck" this morning, the centers for disease control have advised men who traveled to zika virus areas to wait for a while longer before having unprotected sex, waiting up to 6 months. zika virus can live in a man's seaman for 6 months without symptoms. women should not have unprotected sex for 8 weeks. earlier the world health said 6 months. flu time is here, now is the time to get protected. there's new vaccinations and rules this year. here's ali gorman with the details. >> reporter: the vacs scene is the best -- the vaccine is the best defense against the flu. the flu mist is not represented
by the cdc. >> it offered little if any protection against the flu in children between the ages of 2 and 17. >> by comparison when kids got a shot the vaccine was 53% effective. adults have the option of getting a smaller needle this year. it will less painful than the traditional shot injected into the muscle. for people 65 an orderly there's new -- older. standards vaccines may not generate as much immunity in younger adults. flu add has an immune system booster. >> when it comes to timing the shot, under the age of 60, can benefit from longer protection to get the vaccine as soon as as
it becomes available. for seniors it's best to get the vaccine now as well. it gives the best protection when flu season peaks. keep in mind it takes two weeks to build up impunity. most of the vac -- i am -- we have a link to the schedules at 6abc.com/health check. ali gorman channel 6 "action news." your time 7:53. coming up next, meteorologist chris sowers will take a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. stay with us, we're coming right back.
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>> final check of the forecast. >> reporter: another case of the drearies. it's a little bit better than yesterday, well not see drizzle the whole time, there will be passing showers and mist. 69 degrees is the forecasted high. it will be breezy out there again. tomorrow morning we'll get into sunshine. that will elevate the temperatures. tomorrow's high, 75. monday, warmer, 77 partly sunny skies, showers. tuesday, cloudy and drizzle, 70 degrees. wednesday and thursday we pull out of it. we'll see sunshine, 6 and 72. >> "good morning america" weekend is next. "action news" continues at 9:00 a.m. here's some of the stories we're working on for you. a stunt show helps a serious cause in south philadelphia, i'm
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good morning, america. breaking overnight, monster hurricane. hurricane matthew, the most powerful storm to
develop in the atlantic in a decade. a killer in the caribbean. now setting its sights on jamaica. will it threaten the u.s.? our weather team tracking it by the hour. and twitter tirade. donald trump taking flack for his escalating feud with a former miss universe. hillary clinton is not backing down. >> in his latest twitter meltdown is unhinged, even for him. >> donald's defense? and will this battle hurt him with women voters? a police officer's plea. attorneys for the tulsa cop who opened fire on an unarmed african-american man now blaming a temporary loss of hearing