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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 frost advisory ticking in
overnight at 2:00 going to 9:00. this is basically the northern and western suburbs and the rural areas of south jersey, maybe it's time to cover those mums or bring in the potted plants. karen rogers temperatures rebound as we go later into the week, details in the seven day. >> reporter: good, because we don't like the chill. let's go outside and check the roads for you right now. looking good on the schuylkill expressway this is girard eastbound traffic heading toward the vine. you see the roads are clear and dry, no big issue right there. we expect lighter volume with columbus day a lot of people being off today. we have a water main break 60th and land down avenue in carol park. stick to media street. it was affecting the route 15 trolley. that's okay, running back to normal. traffic-wise you can't travel on 60th at landsdown avenue. 42 no delays just yet.
good looking ride so far. >> personal attack also flew during a contentious second debate between hillary clinton and donald trump you saw on 6abc. >> the republican candidate tried to address the tape of him making crude sexual advances on women while clinton was called on to answer for the deleted e-mails and comments made in speeches to wall street. >> reporter: the debate was not pretty when the candidates took the stage last night they didn't shake hands. upon reflex that turned out to be a key mark. the second presidential debate was heated and tense perhaps more closely watched given the bombshell drop in the proceeding days, wikileaks released private transcripts clinton made years ago. experts show how she would place the u.s. financial sector in
charge and favored open trades and open borders. there was the tape of donald trump boasting to billy bush about sexual advances against women and getting away with it. >> this was locker room talk, i apologized to to the american people. >> i think it's clear to anyone who heard it represents whose. >> trump brought up past sexual assaults of bill clinton and how hillary clinton attacked the women. both candidates demanded apologies from each other for the birther series that probe -- president obama was born in hawaii not kenya. >> it's good that donald trump is not in charge of the law in our county. >> because you would be in jail. >> reporter: voters held watch parties across the area.
>> i think it's clear who has a plan who is here to talk about rhetoric to deflect and not take any personal responsibility. >> i think he has been direct an honest all along, at least he seems to be, i would like to hear honesty on the other side. >> reporter: after the debate, mike pence and tim kaine sent out tweets declaring their candidates won last night. >> a lot of said last night how does it hold up on the facts, matt and i have fact checks on our twitter feeds. the deadline to register to vote is tomorrow october 11n delaware, october 15 and in new jersey, october 18. >> new on "action news," a fast-moving fire forced a dozen people out of their homes overnight in south jersey. fire crews say the blaze broke out after midnight in petroleum der ton, burling -- pemberton
burlington county. the fire spread to other units. nobody was injured, but 30 people are out of their homes. fire investigators are searching for the cause. a driver struck a pedestrian in the kensington section of the city and kept on going. it happened at east lehigh avenue and b street. the victim was rushed to temple university hospital. no word on the condition. the driver was last seen heading down east lehigh. no description of the vehicle. 3,000 workers will be hit with a stark reality in less than a half-hour. their casino jobs will be norm norm -- no more as the trump taj mahal will be no more. it happens in minutes, 5:59 a.m. annie mccormick is live in atlantic city, good morning, annie. >> reporter: good morning, tam, that's right, 20 minutes away from the taj mahal shutting its doors for good. union workers making sure their voices are heard.
3,000 people are losing their jobs. le donald trump opened the taj 26 years ago. carl icahn is closing it because of the inability for the union to reach an agreement for health benefits. carl icahn did not respond, four casinos reached a deal over the same issues. here those casinos were offered better options. some people today upset. they talked to us, the union workers. >> it's a surreal feeling, when it opened 26 years ago, it was a very exiting, so it's a little bit surreal today. it's something that had to be done, we took a stand, it was the right thing to do to set a standard for workers in this
city and this state and across the country. >> reporter: atlantic city now only has seven casinos left. total jobs lost by atlantic city casinos since 2004 is up to 11,000. reporting live in atlantic city, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." back to you. >> a lot of going on in ac. thank you, annie. rail service will resumed at the new jersey transit station that was damaged in the deadly train crash. 8 of the 17 tracks in hoboken will open this morning. it connects with other trains and ferries heading into new york city. the crash killed a woman and injured 100 people. strong winds are to blame for bringing down trees and wires in montgomery. the action cam was on the scene in lower merion where this tree came crashing down. it blocked the roadway at the intersection of great springs and woodly road. no injuries were reported.
winds were something. they were whipping about, the dog didn't like it, david murphy. >> reporter: i didn't like it, either, it was whipping around early, i saved my walk until after the eagles game. breezy this morning, not as bad, though. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows we are dry. taking a look outside we have sky6 live hd there's the commodor barry bridge we have plenty of sunshine over the bridge. blue skies here and elsewhere across the region today. the temperature is 50 degrees. dewpoint, 33 an indication how dry and crisp the air is. winds out of the north/northwest at 18 miles per hour. it's breezy. even though we've had similar numbers in the suburbs over the last couple of weeks, the winds makes it feel chillier. the clouds are falling a part in the dry air mass coming down. we expect sunny skies, breezy, 49 degrees by 8:00 a.m.
10:00 a.m., 51. byby the way if we get into the 40s it will be the first time we've been there since may 16. noon, 56 degrees, cool at lunchtime. the high today, 63 degrees, still breezy into the afternoon, breezes may start to ease back late today and tonight. still holding on to the low 60s by 5:00 p.m. we'll be down in the 50s pretty quick after dinnertime. high temperatures not much of a range. we go from 62 in allentown. 64 in atlantic city. everybody else in between. 63 degrees across the i-95 corridor. future tracker 6 though shows you how overnight tonight into tomorrow morning we're seeing on the model some 30s, even though it says 44 in millville. i think the rural areas in south jersey are getting cool overnight that gives us the possibility of frost for the first time in some neighborhoods tonight. you might want to think about covering or bringing in the plants.
66 degrees tomorrow. it will be comfortable. we go to tropical storm nicole it will make its move to the north which we've been waiting for a week. it will get close to bermuda, it will be a category one or two hurricane. bermuda a place to avoid this week. sunny, breezy, for columbus day, 63. tomorrow, 66 yom kippur arriving. 68 on wednesday, 72 a nice afternoon on thursday, behind the front we get cooler on friday, high of 65. and the coming weekend, good weekend to get your apple pie and go to the orchard, 65 on saturday, 67 on sunday. >> go to the haunted house or hay ride, great ideas. >> new this morning,
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not far from haddonfield road near cherry hill. looking outside live on the ben franklin bridge, a quiet scene this morning, a few people up and out heading toward center city, moving nicely. we talked about the chill in the air, 43 in tanersville, 43 in pottstown. 45 in warrington. center city, 50 degrees. we have a steady breeze, as well. that's why it feels cooler. 47 in browns mills. 48 in glassboro. 47 in smyrna, delaware. >> the first shipments of humanitarian relief supplies from the united states arrived in haiti. large cargo planes delivered supplies to help 100,000 people. haiti is recovering from an earthquake from 6 years ago. it wiped out crops and livestock and cut off haitian residents. the death toll will likely rise. officers say they were
heading to a party in response to a complaint when gunfire erupted. 21-year-old was killed. 8 other were wounded. the owner of the building said he allowed the employee to use a space for a birthday even though the store was closed for a year. an update to a traumatic scene in palm springs california the suspect linked to killing two police officers was taken into custody. john felix is a gang member. the officers were responding to a domestic service call when he refused to let them in the house and shot them through a closed door. one officer was two months away from retiring and a young mother returning from maternity leave. a fire started in in a live room on saturday, firefighters found a remote control tucked
into the cushion of the couch. nobody was home, but the dog did not survive. the official cause of the blaze remains under investigation. a new poll say young african-american also experienced discrimination looking for a job and while on the job. >> protests show up at the -- rising of the pride flag. >> reporter: it's cool and breezy, details coming up next.
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morning and in through lunchtime. the high today 63 degrees we'll hit that at 3:00 a.m. it will be breezy, sunny and chilly and jacket weather all the way. overnight tonight, some suburbs could get into the 30s for the first time in a while. we have a frost advisory for rural areas and central south jersey overnight tonight. you can check hourly temperatures by going to 6abc.com/weather. new on "action news," a poll finds nearly half of young african americans say they have experienced racial discrimination while looking for a job and while on the job. university of chicago conducted the survey of young adults on top of facing discrimination young african-american say their race has made it difficult to get ahead economically. 10% of whites said they were discriminate nateed at job severances and work. gay pride ceremony,
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look there, the view of philadelphia international airport, it is chilly out there this morning. right now it is 52 degrees, you might want to put on a couple of layers as you head out the door. city workers shut down a north philadelphia road after a water main erupted. the action cam was on the scene at temple university camera. officials say all -- university campus. officials say all customers have water. crews will be back to repair the roadway. a vigil will be held tonight for five high school juniors who were killed in a crash. 36-year-old was driving the
wrong way saturday night when he slammed into the students' car. the impact caused the car to burst into flames. the man stole the cruiser and crashed into another seven cars. more people were injured, but none of them appear to be life threatening. new jersey's expanded black bear hunt will start today. the first three days is reserved for bow hunting. they will be able to use muzzle loading guns during the last three days. the hunt is to control the state black bear population and stop the animals from scangd their range into neighborhoods. >> bike race put on by philadelphia police department ended with a surprise for one lucky young rider. >> here you go, buddy. >> oh, my gosh, thank you. >> second police district
annual ride against violence, narcotics officers noticed a boy riding on a bike with a single gear and bad tires. they bought him a new bike and helmet. he that that thanked each officy giving them a hug. >> the second presidential debate of the 2016 campaign was full of action. we're fact checking statements made by hillary clinton and donald trump. >> samsung makes an announcement about the galaxy note 7 after reports that the replacement phones are camping fire.
6:00 a.m., monday, october 10. here's what's happening. >> casino crisis as we take a live look, this is what you're seeing in atlantic city as the trump taj mahal has just closed its doors after 26 years of we have a reporter in the middle of that. we have a live report coming up with the details. >> presidential candidates face off in a debate filled with tension and insults. >> philadelphia police are looking for a suspect or victim in a reported abduction. >> david murphy has weather and karen rogers has traffic. how does it feel out there david? >> reporter: pretty chilly, i meant to bring my fleece out here. there's cloud cover around it's dissipating quickly we get dry air from the north in a decent breeze. 48 degrees in philadelphia. that's the first time we've been in the 40s since may 16. it feels chilly with the breeze rolling through. 43 in allentown.