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>> good morning it is 5:00 a.m., monday, october 10. here's what's happening. >> the presidential candidates face off in a debate filled with text and insults. >> police are looking for a suspect and victim in reported abduction. >> it's been a while since we've seen the 40s, accuweather says we're nipping at that this morning. >> let's find out if we're going to get close to it with david murphy and karen rogers has the commute. >> reporter: we're close to it, but not yet. we have clouds coming down from the north, they are eroding because dry air is culling -- coming down from the north and it is evaporating the clouds. the temperatures are holding on to the 50s, if we get into the 40s, it will be the first time since may 16th. we've been in the 40s in the
northern suburbs you're there this morning. 45 in allentown. 47 in trenton. 47 in reading. 49 in wilmington, 49 in millville. the difference this morning the wind is noticeable. we have winds in the teens in some cases. in philadelphia an 18-mile an hour sustained breeze right now that's making it feel chillier than the last time we were in the 40s t burbs. look for the sunshine. 49 degrees by 7:00 a.m. 51 by 10:00 a.m. 56 by noon. 3:00 p.m., 63 degrees, sunny and breezy, cool enough for a jacket or sweatshirt if you're out and about. speaking of cool, some suburbs may get into the 30s for the first time in a while. there's the first frost advisory across the region tonight in south jersey and up in the northern and western suburbs, not so much close to i-95. potted plants ought to come in if you're in the outlying areas. karen things get better as we go through the workweek him i'll
have the details in the seven day. let's hit the roads, we have problems already, look at the accident scene it happened at 3:00 a.m. involving two trucks that smashed into a barrier wall, northeast extension southbound approaching mid county and it number 20. watch for emergency crews blocking one of the e-z pass toll lanes. northeast extension southbound between lansdale and mid county we have construction here as a right lane is bcked someone struck a deer. crews are out throw on the scene with that. a water main break causing a problem 60th and landsdown avenue. stick to media street. all lanes are blocked. this is affecting the route 15 trolley that's back to normal. the 15 trolley is back to normal. we see crews on the scene, 60th and landsdown avenue. matt and tam. >> thank you, karen. the second presidential debate was bitter from the start. both candidates let loose a barrage of attacks on each
other, donald trump called hillary clinton the devil while clinton said trump's vulgar comments about women reveals who he is. katherine scott is live in the satellite center with a full report on the very contentious debate. never a boring moment. >> reporter: there was not, tam, leading up to the debate. people thought it would get ugly and they right. the candidates took the stage last night without shaking hands, a glacial start between the two, but they quickly cranked up the heat. the town hall style debate at washington university in st. louis i the fireworks came off. >> it's a good thing donald trump is not in charge of the law in our country. >> because you would be in jail. >> wikileaks released transcripts of hillary clinton.
clinton told bankers they were best to handle u.s. financial sector and she was for open trade and open borders and there was the tape of donald trump boasting about making sexual advances toward women and getting away with it. >> if you look at bill clinton, far worse, mine are words and his are actions. >> i am reminded what my friend michelle obama advised us all. when you go low you go high. >> did you use that $916 million loss to avoid paying federal income tax. >> of course i do, they complains that donald trump took advance of tax code. why didn't you change it when you were senator? >> reporter: hillary clinton
will be campaigning in ohio and donald trump will be in virginia. we're live in the satellite center, scott ask the channel 6 "action news." >> new this morning, detectives are investigating a possible abduction in the juniata section. a witness said he saw a man hit a woman and forced her into a car. it was reported along 900 block of east erie avenue. investigators are looking for a dark colored toyota with tinted windows, at this point no missing person report has been filed. police are checking area hospitals. happening today, jury selection is set to begin in a civil trial related to the penn state sex abuse scandal. former football coach mike mccleary is suing the university. he reported that he saw jerry sandusky abusing a young boy. he claims the university
retaliated against him by firing him in 2012 the same year sandusky was convicted of abusing ten boys. the trump taj mahal in atlantic city is closing for something shutting it's doors at 5:59 a.m. that will cost 3,000 workers their jobs. it will bring an end to the trump legacy in the seaside resort. carl icahn was unable to reach a deal with workers. coming up in the neck half-hour, we'll have a live report from the casino as it approaches its final minutes. >> high winds toppled trees and clipped branches across the region. fire officials were called to west 55th street and wister streets. no residents reported power outages. hurricane matthew moved out to sea, but the detective
staights -- devastation lingers. dozens were trapped in homes and cars during the torrential rains. the storm killed 18 people in the u.s., were swept away by floodwaters and severe devastation in the caribbean. >> this tends to be the most active time of hurricane season. you have another one out there. >> reporter: this one is not threatening the east coast, but if you have plans to head to bermuda we're keeping an eye on nicole. storm tracker 6 live double scan showing we're dry. as we head outside there's the airport. every now and then the cameras are shaking a little bit. left overbreezes from the stronger -- leftover breezes from the stronger winds yesterday. 49 in trenton, mid 40s in
allentown. 47 this reading. plus with the breeze blowing through it feels chillier. satellite shows us you will need sunglasses, we have clouds eroding with the dry flow. we'll wind up with a mostly sunny start and sunny finish. in the lehigh valley, breezy and cool, 62 degrees. down the shore breezy and cool high of 64 degrees, same as the ocean temperature in atlantic city. in philadelphia, sunny and breezy, 63 degrees. the winds could gust at times up to 30 miles per hour especially in the first part of the day. you might find they ease back in the afternoon and evening. overnight tonight, they drop down to 48 miles per hour. but the temperatures also drop 41 the low in philadelphia. some suburbs could get into the 30s, there's a chance of scattered frost overnight tonight for the first time this season in many of the outlying
suburbs, i'm talking northern bucks, northern montgomery and northern chester and points north and rural central south jersey, you might want to bring in the potted plants overnight tonight. tomorrow, high pressure builds in, we get a decent amount of sunshine, 66 degrees, not as breezy tomorrow. here's nicole a tropical storm dancing around doing loops in the atlantic ocean could you tell of bermuda. the late direction, it comes through as a category two hurricane wednesday into thursday, thursday into friday it's a category one going off into the north atlantic. 63 degrees, sunny, cool breeze for columbus day. tomorrow, 66 degrees, yom kippur arriving. 68 degrees nice on wednesday afternoon, partly sunny. partly sunny, on thursday, 72. friday, breezy and cooler,
65 degrees. there will be a front coming through thursday, but at this point it comes through dry. the coming weekend looks good, partly sunny, saturday even sunday, 65 on saturday, inching up to 67 on sunday, a nice afternoon for the 3:00 p.m. union match. i'm thinking of going down there they have two more matches they are holding on to a playoff spot that's a big one on sunday. anyway, nice weather this weekend. >> new this morning, a midwest police department is on edge after a crime against one of their own, a deputy was attacked as she was heading into work. >> rookie carson wentz records his first loss as an nfl quarterback bumps them out of first place status. >> reporter: traffic is moving better mid county. we'll take you live to exton chester county coming up. what's?
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clock tower at philadelphia city hall. 62 degrees on city avenue. other laces a little chillier, fall. >> it's that time for people to turn on the seat warmers to keep the heat going. >> reporter: i drive with a seat warmer all the time. >> in the summer? [laughter]. >> reporter: file that under tmi. >> yeah! >> reporter: suburban traffic report, it's nice to be cozy when you're driving in the middle of the night. what can i say. looking live at route 100 commerce drive exton, chester county. looking good, everybody is moving already, they probably don't have the seat warmer on, coming in from phoenixville or
chester springs. we have construction blocking the left lane, let's check it on the pennsylvania turnpike. it's westbound between valley forge and downingtown still out here, seeing slowing in that area. taking a live look at the ben franklin bridge good morning ben that's the westbound traffic a few people up and about. you might expect lighter volume on columbus day, so far it's looking pretty good right now. let's look at the temperatures through the region. we talked about the chill in the air, temperature difference between yesterday morning and this morning, 44 in martins creek. 46 in warrington, 50 degrees in center city. the suburbs of new jersey, in the 40s everywhere, browns mills and ewing, 47. glassboro, 48. 46 in vineland. 48 in smyrna, delaware. heading up into the 60s that's it today, tam. >> thank you are karen. new on "action news," a
kansas sheriff's deputy was kidnapped and sexually assaulted on her way from work. she was taken from a parking lot of a detention center friday night. she was released later. authorities are trying to track the two men who may have been in the car. authorities say the deputy did not know her abductors and was not in uniform at the time. >> you're responsible for your employees anyway for something like this to happen it's tragic to say the least, but just to have a young woman assaulted like that, it makes me angry. >> the deputy has been with the department for 6 months. an armed robbery in alabama led to a fight between a store owner and suspect on video. instead of paying he pulls out a steel bar and tries to pry open the cash register. the owner comes back with a
metal batter mixer, but dispite her efforts he got away with cash. >> the defense allowed 3 of the detroit lions in the first half. the eagles bounced back in the second half but in by two late turnovers. the lions win 24-23. >> i thought we played okay be we didn't finish. the soaked half we played okay -- the second half we played okay, we moved the ball well, we came down, but didn't make enough plays. >> 3-1 eagles face the 3-2 redskins. the packers beat giants last night. the packers were able to limit giants wide receiver o'dell
beckham junior. dallas won and in first place in the nfc east. >> a new beauty trend is promise to go trim down fat in a half-hour. >> in "healthcheck" why some disagree this is a good time to get a flu shot. >> reporter: jackets on the kids, both on the way to school and the way home. it's going to be cool and breezy this afternoon, i'll have the 12 hour forecast coming up and we'll check the conditions at the airport, as well.
a celebration of italian culture took over south philadelphia with the annual columbus day parade. dozens of different string bands and clubs and high schools marched down broad street. alicia vitarelli anchored the broadcast. today is columbus day, all city offices are closed. city trash and recycling will not be collected which delays
the rest of the scheduled collections by one day. all courts are closed. no mail delivery. philadelphia school district no longer ovaries longer columbus day they will have school today. >> reporter: we have a disabled vehicle on the boulevard near 9th street. mass transit looking good. looking chilly, breezy, as well. 49 degrees by 7:00 a.m. if we manage to get into the 40s we're at 50 right now. upper 40s. chilly. the high today a cool 63 degrees
with a breeze blowing, 61 by 5:00 p.m. overnight tonight some suburbs outlying areas could get into the 30s, we have a frost advisory in the outlying areas overnight. at the airport, no major delays and no signs of delays at our travel destinations. >> more pennsylvania children were vaccinated when they went to kindergarten last year. the cdc said it was higher than the national average by 1%. children can enroll without vaccines if they were medically or religiously or philosophically exempt. cdc is recommending children and adults to get a flu shot. if you get it too early it weakens, on the flip side, if
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everyone, happy columbus day, monday, taking a look at the commodor barry bridge we have a 26-degree temperature reading on city avenue. other areas nearly in the 40s right now. a chilly morning, tam? >> news on social media, there we go, news on social media last night, he and playboy model taylor ray reid have been together for 9 months. that's proved tough for ryan lochte. last month protesters stormed the stage in protest as lochte was performing on "dancing with the stars." reports say that his girlfriend was by his side during the chaos. a car collector in mississippi turned his old
ambulance into a super sized radio flier wagon. he said he was inspired to build a wagon after seeing a giant one online. >> he has a handle to pull it along pretty neat. >> the trump taj mahal is scheduled to shut its doors for good, we'll have a live report from atlantic city next. >> rail services set to resume at the new jersey transit station that was damaged by a deadly train crash. "action news" will be right back. ♪
the gloves are off, donald trump faced off with hillary clinton for a second time in a contentious sometimes nasty debate. >> an atlantic city casino with a presidential hopeful's name on it is going out of business today. we're live with that story. >> dozens of people scramble to get out of a burning apartment complex overnight we have details on the fast-moving fire. >> good morning, 5:30, monday, october 10. you have to grab a blanket. >> reporter: one of my facebook followers said i was surprised when the heater clicked on. we have cloud cover falling a part as the wind streak down out
of the dry north injecting dry air into place after the morning showers yesterday. 50 degrees in philadelphia. in the 40s everywhere else. 49 in millville. 47 in trenton. 45 in allentown. if philadelphia slides into the 40s, as well. it's the first time we have gotten into that group of numbers since may 16th. it's been a while. it's chillier this morning because of the breeze which is dropping down into philadelphia at 18 miles per hour. we've seen a little bit of a lessening of the wind in allentown. even up there you will be back and forth in the breezy conditions today. 49 degrees by 7:00 a.m. 51 by 10 . 63 degrees by 3:00 p.m. overnight tonight, we'll dip into the low 40s in the i-95 corridor but could get into the 30s in the outlying suburbs. for the first time we have a