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ii'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers.age. she's a slob.
she ate like a pig. a person who's flat chested is very hard to be a 10. does she have a good body? no. does she have a fat [expletive]? absolutely. do you treat women with respect? i can't say that either. "action news" delaware valley's leading news program. with rick williams, sara bloomquist, and meteorologist, david murphy.
good afternoon in the news, a man arrested for the murder of a little girl made his first court appearance. but the big story on "action news" is a monster hurricane possibly heading for the east coast. matthew has slammed into western haiti and is pounding the caribbean with devastating conditions at this hour. now, parts of the u.s. are bracing for the impact as the storm tracks west. elizabeth herr reports with the latest. >> reporter: -- [ inaudible ] >> those are some of the images you saw there from haiti, accuweather keeping a close eye on matthew and whether it can effect the jersey shore and the
delaware coast. david murphy has the latest. >> reporter: you saw the pictures and hearded sound of the roaring wind and now the satellite picture shows the eye a little while ago going over the western portion of this peninsula in haiti. and that means haiti itself was suggested especially over on the east side with 145 miles per hour category four hurricane winds. people are still in tents there still recovering from the earthquake. this has a track for western cuba, and it looks to be there later today and tonight and up into the bahamas after that. jamaica dodged a bullet here. they got rain and only tropical storm force winds there. as we continue with the updated look at warnings, the warnings
were up through the bahamas and only watches. we have seen that extended. this is an entire hurricane warning zone and even the east coast of florida, from miami to up to a latitude to orlando, a hurricane watch and tropical storm watch. the concern is for this entire area of land from eastern cuba on into the eastern florida coast. it's a category 4 hurricane with 145 miles per hour winds. as the storm continues to push north from now until wednesday night, it looks like it does have a chance to maintain something close to a category 4 strength and temporarily weakens a bit as it comes over the land but strengthens up through the bahamas. now the track makes this a category 3 fairly close to the coast in florida by early friday morning and the movement is pushing farther to the west by an area of high pressure over the atlantic, kind of forcing
this thing to the west. now as we look at landfall, it probably come as shore somewhere in carolina. a little to the south of the north carolina border, as a category 3 and then drops to category 2. it's moving north quickly. here is the payoff. this is where it may get when it gets to our latitude. it looks saturday night in the how many of the chesapeake bay at a category 2, and then a 1, if this work out heavy rain in our region especially new jerseyth delaware and strong tropical storm force winds especially at the ocean front and the track could go as far west as williamsport or out to sea. but that is the way it is looking right now. when we come back we'll look at the spaghetti tracks.
even though this is not a sure thing four or five-d days out, it's something we should take seriously throughout the weekend. check back often with stormtracker 6 live double scan, it's one of many resources available at 6abc.com/weather. and use twitter and facebook to stay connected to our meteorologists including the latest on hurricane matthew. presidential politics now, hillary clinton is back in town today, voters are lining up to see her in delaware county. the democrat is holding a rally in havertown, this is expected to begin at any moment, a live look at the crowd waiting to hear hillary clinton speak. katherine scott is also there. she is talking to voters and joins us outside of the havertown community center. >> they actually hit capacity inside and there are people that showed up that are unable to get
in and they stuck around to see if they could get a glimpse of hillary clinton. we saw a motorcade pull up and it's difficult to see who is getting out of the vehicle and this town hall is expected to get underway quickly. the line stretched outside of the haverford recreation and environmental center this morning. a full house to see hillary clinton and her daughter chelsea, elizabeth banks. >> this is the first election i am able to vote in. >> this town hall focuses on clinton's plans for families and children and families are here even if some of their members are not old enough to vote. it's a school day but many felt it was a unique educational experience to take part in. >> i like hillary clinton, she is one to make it's world really good. >> i thought it was crazy that she was coming this close to us.
we thought philadelphia or something, the fact that she is a mile away from where we live is kind of wild. >> with the election a month away, supporters think the next weeks are crucial, first getting voters registered and then out to the polls. we are saying in our neighborhoods we see a lot of trump signs and are hoping to get hillary signs up. it will go down to the wire. we'll pull out all the stops we can to get our voters to the polls and cast our ballot and win this election. >> and the town hall is getting underway right now, elizabeth banks is on the microphone addressing the crowd as we speak. this is not the last stop for clinton. the next stop is harrisburg, this afternoon for a voters registration event. >> thank you katherine. new poll numbers show that hillary clinton is gaining in pennsylvania that could prove to be a key state come election
day. according to this 6 abc poll out today. clinton leads republican candidate, donald trump, among likely pennsylvania voters by nearly 10 points with 47% support. trump is focusing his efforts on arizona today. the republican nominee will hold a rally in prescott valley 90 miles north of phoenix. this after a rough day for the trump campaign including a questionable remark about p tx sd in a roomful of veterans. >> and republican mike pence and tim kaine will debate at longwood university in virginia tonight on 6 abc live coverage begins at 9:00 p.m. from our new jersey newsroom, the suspect arrested for the murder of an 8-year-old girl in camden went before a judge. he was formerly arraigned on
charges in camden. he was tracked to his uncle's home in tennessee last month. police say that he fled after the fatal shooting. he is held on $1.5 million bail. a police standoff turned deadly at the jersey shore when officers exchanged gun fire with the suspect in ventnor. >> the gunshots rang out last night at berkeley avenue and dorsett drive. police were told that a man was holding a relative hostage inside of a home here, the s.w.a.t. team was called in and the suspect refused to come out. police confirm that one man was killed in the police involved shooting, police have not released the names of anyone else involved . the prosecutor's key witness is back on the stand today in the so-called bridge gate trial. he plead guilty and is
cooperating with prosecutors, he testified that chris christie knew about the lane closures on the george washington bridge. christie has not been charged but his allies are on try facing civil rights and wire fraud charges. there is more to come on "action news" at noon, two houses were destroyed by an explosion in north jersey after neighbors reported the smell of gas. and kanye west postpones his concert in philadelphia after his wife was robbed at gun point.
two houses were decide in this explosion in paterson new jersey. it hatched when firefighters arrived to investigate a possible gas leak this morning. it appears that all the reads were evacuated before the blast and some firefighters are being evaluated for minor injuries. rapper, kanye west, will not perform in philadelphia tonight after his wife kim kardashian was robbed at gun point in
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you can try anything you want to try buddy. stormtracker 6 live double scan shows us there is no hurricane in town now but a lack of current rain. but there are a lot of clouds over the ocean and over cape may, new jersey, and elsewhere across new jersey. as you glance over the water you can see a glimpse of the sun farther from the beach. that is the way it develops, we go from total clouds to a mix of sun and clouds. 66 degrees currently in
philadelphia. still kind of cool as the cloud cover in philadelphia is rather thick and socking us in. not all that breezy and breezy at times. 66 in reading and 67 in wilmington and 65 in trenton as you head out the door in millville. 68 degrees and 69 in cape may. future tracker 6 showing you the clouds over the next several hours will probably break up a bit and return some sunshine to most of the area by 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00 maybe even before then. if we get enough in it may bounce our numbers a bit. low 70s at the least, and 10:30 a sprinkle or shower here or there particularly down at the coast. real light stuff though and clouds getting thicker. up in the lehigh valley, and sunny breaks are possible as we go later into the afternoon. down the shore stuck in the 60s, 66 in a.c. and some occasional
drizzle is possible and at the same time later in the afternoon maybe a little sun returns. in philadelphia mostly cloudy with sun peeking his way out later in the day. can't rule out drizzle but frankly it's dry out there and probably will be away from the shore. 71 is your high in philadelphia. if we manage to breakout sunshine maybe 72, 73, and mostly cloudy and fog where we have the threat of fog around. and 55 is the overnight low. hurricane matthew say major category 4 hurricane and the eye has crossed haiti and taking aim at cuba, that would be a direct hit late after this afternoon or tonight. and it may fluctuate in strength a bit it's a category 4 hurricane, and the central bahamas by evening. the new model run suggests it's
a category 4 off the coast of florida as we get up to the florida coast and georgia. this could go anywhere in the wide range, again that is friday morning off the coast of southern georgia. it now looks like it makes landfall on saturday morning as a category 3 and degenerating to a 2. probably not too far from the border, a little landfall furnish south of the u.s., that helps us in one way and the longer it stays over land, when it reemerges around the chesapeake bay on saturday night, by early sunday morning. it's probably down to a category 1, here is the big change in the track, the most likely scenario to us is near rehoboth beach, delaware and then 50 to 60 miles off the coast that would be 90
miles per hour around the center of the storm. inland or along the coast we would get tropical storm force winds somewhere in the 30s with higher gusts and this would produce a lot of rain for us especially in new jersey and delaware and southeastern pennsylvania. i would point out to you has one track in williamsport and one off the coast that it would not be and issue for us. but generally they are closer to the coast than yesterday and it's a good idea to keep your eyes on the forecast into the weekend as saturday afternoon and saturday night and sunday morning could be wet and windy around here. 71 and mostly cloudy and a couple of sprinkles possible and a few peeks of sunshine later in the day and 71 on wednesday and thursday and friday, mid-70s and looking nice. sun to clouds on saturday and we could be looking at rain if matthew comes closer to the coast, wind as well. and the best chance of the start time is late afternoon and
evening and overnight into sun morning we are watching heavy rain. and there is an indication on some models this plays out and it's out of here. and we'll have a quick recovery sunday and monday. >> thank you david. more news coming up in our next half hour at 1:30. katie v/o: she works hard. she stays late. but she gets paid 21% less than her male coworkers. pat toomey
has voted time after time against equal pay for women, against pay that helps hard working families get ahead.