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come to philadelphia. she and tim kaine's wife will stump for votes in the city today. >> the eagles gear up for action against the vikings at the linc. meteorologist chris sowers with a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. perfect football weather. let's get you outside and show you what's going on, no more 80s to talk about, temperatures are in the 40s and 50s if you're not sitting in the 50s at this hour, the windchill is making it feel like the 40s. we're seeing quite a bit of blustery air moving into the region this morning. far cry from where we were a couple of days ago. temperature reading around the 50-degree mark. 50 in philadelphia. 50 in allentown. trenton, 50. reading, 52. millville, 51. all areas feels like the low 40s, you'll need something with sleeves first thing this morning. salt -- satellite and radar, the storm responsible for yesterday's mess is in new england, snow is flying in quebec and southern canada and
the mountain in vermont and new hampshire picked up 3 to 6 inches of snow. we'll see winds out of the west northwest driving 15 to 20 miles per hour. 50 degrees right now by 11:00 a.m., 54. 1:00 p.m., 60 degrees and 3:00 p.m., 63 another big cool down is on the the way, i'll have the details coming up in ten minutes. nydia. >> chris, thank you. a pedestrian was hit trying to cross a chester county road. the action cam was at the scene west chester pike and east hallow road in gosh be -- goshen township. police have not released the person's name and have not said if charges will be filed. >> a woman is in critical condition after being rescued from her burning home on the 3100 brock of memphis street in the port richmond section. a woman trapped inside was
rescued and rushed to the hospital. >> the firefighters gained expwre into -- entry into the property. they found the occupant in the home and put her outside and transported her to the hospital for medical care. they actually also rescued two animals, one dog was actually brought outside and resuscitated by the firefighters. >> the woman had some serious burns over much of her body two pets were rescued. one dog needed oxygen, but expected to be okay. there were no working smoke detecters. fire investigators believe this fire in west philadelphia is suspicious. it began in a row home on the 5,000 block of race street and spread to two others. one man was hurt in the fire and sent to penn presbyterian hospital to be treated. it is squatters lived in the home and may be responsible for
the fire. jill biden and the wife of tim kaine will be in philadelphia to sturch -- stump for votes. >> a huge crowd gathered at the university of pennsylvania to see hillary clinton and tim kaine over 7,000 people attended the event to see the presidential nominee. bob brooks was there. it was a standing ovation, hillary clinton and her running mate senator tim kaine on stage together at u-penn. under the clinton campaign slogan, thousands packed into penn park. the line stretched across the large part of the campus, earlier in the day we spoke with the man who was first in line who waited at any hours to see clinton speak. >> i want to make sure i get a good spot. to see hillary. >> reporter: clinton's speech touched on higher education. >> bernie sanders and i got together and we worked out a
plan that will make it possible for any student in a family that makes than $125,000 a year to go to public college tuition free. >> reporter: if elected she hit on jobs, specifically creating growth in the commonwealth. >> we'll make the biggest investments in new jobs since world war ii. infrastructure yours, advance bed manufacturing. technology, innovation, research, clean energy jobs. >> and a jab at her opponent, republican nominee, donald trump. >> it's not too late to stage an intervention. [laughter] friends don't let friends vote for trump. >> and if you're wond are going what the total amount of
attendees were at the rally it was just over 7800. bob brooks, channel 6 "action news." donald trump was in gettysburg yesterday he unveiled his goals for the first 100 days in office. he wants term limits on members of congress and revealed his plan that include putting more money back in the pockets of americans. >> an economic plan designed to grow the economy, 4% per year and create at least 25 million new jobs through massive tax reduction. >> trump doubled down on his terror and immigration policy saying he would suspend immigration from terror prone regions. he said he would sue the women who accused him of sexual misconduct he called them liars. gets the 6abc news app a
free download for your mobile device. >> 9:05. a new jersey police officer was suspended for driving drunk while on duty. morris county prosecutor said the officer was charged on friday and suspended with pay. he was driving an unmarked patrol car at the time. he did not have any contact with the publish and was not involved in a crash. authorities have not said what led to his arrest. an allentown man was kicked by a police officer after he was pulled over. he is now suing the city and the police department the dash cam video shows police pulling over hector pina last year. officers say he matched the description of a burglary suspect. police say excessive force was used because the man repeatedly refused to comply with their orders. >> a teenager is in custody in connection with the last week
shootings of a good samaritan in rittenhouse square. he is accused of shooting of man who tried to stop the teen and another man from robbing someone in the park on friday night. the man is expected to recover. >> it's big day for the eagles. the birds will face more than an opponent on the field today. former birds quarterback sam bradford returns to the linc. he is now the qb for the vikings. minnesota enters this afternoon's game undefeated. bradford has the highest completion coverage in the nfl. the eagles are coming off two losses, of course we'll have a live report from the link on "action news" at noon. going to be good. >> it will be a big game. everyone will be watching. >> speaking of a big game. it was a huge and thrilling win for the chicago cubs. fans filled the streets after the team got a berth in the
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about how to make debt work for you, ask me. pennsylvania continue to monitor the drinking water supply after a 55,000-gallon gasoline spill. they say so far it doesn't appear the water was contaminated. a pipeline ruptured during a storm on friday sending the gas into a creek tributary. they used booms to contain and absorbed it. >> many people had the heat on. >> reporter: we didn't do it. we're not allowed until november. >> extra blankets. extra blankets. >> reporter: live we go on sky 6. high temperatures in the low 60s, it will be better than yesterday. yesterday was miserable at least through the morning hours, by afternoon we did see peeks of sunshine. storm tracker 6 live 6 live we're clear, the storm system that produced all the rain and
the fog up in new england where they are reporting snow? upstate, new york and vermont and new hampshire. quebec saw snow from the same storm system. we started out at 47 which is close to the seasonal average of 46. poconos 41. everybody north of the pennsylvania turnpike somewhere in the low 50s, south low to mid 50s. 51 in millville. cape may, 53. atlantic city 50. don't let the numbers fool you. with the breezes it feels lining the low -- like the low to mid 40s. poconos, 25 miles per hour out of the southwest. 18 miles per hour in philadelphia. southwesterly wind. 14 miles per hour in atlantic city, and sea isle city, 17 miles per hour. here's what's going on, there's the low that produced the miserable weather front yesterday. it's up in canada. what tends to happen across the lower 48. everything goes from west to east, the general flow of traffic southwest to northeast.
sometimes south and north, you get the idea. most storms across the lower 48 eventually end up in the northeastern part of the united states. for some reason this low is actually going to move west, or southwest, it's called retrograding or moving in the opposite direction. it will continue to drive the northeasterly windy into the region over the next several days. the wind is not going anywhere. breezy today, and breezy tomorrow, and breezy tuesday thanks to the area of low pressure. we have a clipper right here which is just moving across the u.s./canadian border that will swing through monday night and reinforce the cold air, tuesday, wednesday, and thursday with high temperatures topping out in the 50s. i hope you like the chill. that's returning, too. for today, slightly warmer, sunshine returns, overall it's a nice day, if you're heading to lincoln financial field later on, generally speaking it's a nice day. monday, the clipper system
pushing eastward racing out to sea. new england could see showers out of that tomorrow. for us it's breezy. as the frontal system goes the region monday night it's cooler tuesday, wednesday, thursday. overnight tonight, there's a threat of shower or two well north and west of philadelphia. like the lehigh valley and the poconos. it will race on by. it's out of here by dawn tomorrow. tomorrow afternoon we see a combination of sun an clouds highs in the 60s. sun anne clouds and winds. 64 degrees. wind out of the west at 25 miles per hour. there could higher gusts closer to 30. we'll see sunshine from start to finish. 7:00 a.m., 64. 1:00 p.m., 60. 3:00 p.m., 63. overnighter tonight it's chilly, but not as cold. 44 degrees outlying suburbs, 52 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, get a load of some of these low
temperatures right here, this would be tuesday night and wednesday night. these are numbers for the city, the suburbs are dropping below freezing or close to it. 57 degrees for the high on tuesday, wednesday, 55. thursday, 58. by the upcoming weekend we pull out of it with highs in the mid 60s. >> well, christmas is still a little bit more than two months away, but farmers are concerned about this year's crop. they say if the winter continues to be dry, many trees will not survive. workers at the christmas tree farm in connecticut were placing dead trees with no seedlings.
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the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me. one, 9:22 sunday morning, now, remember, hurricane season runs until november 3. as we look across the atlantic we see a huge area of high pressure here which normally would be a bad sign because the winds blow clockwise around the high, if something were to develop, that high would steer it toward the u.s. mainland. you get ten to 15,000 feet up. we have sheering winds racing west to east across the area. if something were to develop and it runs into that sheer it's
like literally taking the top part of the storm and pushing away from the lower part. that's what sheer is. that's a protective bubble. that's a good sign for us. if you're vacationing in the bahamas or turks and caicos islands you're good to go. back home, 64 degrees, sun and clouds today, tomorrow, repeat performance, high of 63. >> thank you so much for the update. 9:23, a retired lieutenant general was honored by his delaware county hometown. 10th street was renamed in honor of ronald coleman served as a police officer and on the second african-american to retire as a three-star general in the marine corps. the communities held a small parade to thank him for his accomplishments for his service.
a mural was create to do honor fallen firefighter jaiz -- joyce craig died battling a fire in 2014. community and first responders helped to paint the mural. it will located at the lawncrest free library brarnlg when it is completed. chicago cubs are heading to the world series for the first time in 71 years. >> the cubs have won the pennant. >> that incredible double play was all that was needed for the cubs to win game 6 last night. they eliminated the dodgers in a 5-0 shutout. the billy goat curse has been lifted him they face the cleveland indians first world series appearance since 19 are
45. game one is tuesday night in cleveland. take a look at the fans moments after the big win, overjoyed fans overtook the streets. many of these fans admit they thought they would never see the team win the pennant. now you can see it. >> a whole lot of excitement in chicago. >> there was another great article i posted on my facebook page talking about how this changes the world. >> i have to check out your page and share it. 9:25. phillies fans are celebrating the career of their beloved first baseman ryan howard. howard was recognized i by philadelphia city council for his work on and off the diamond. katherine scott was there. >> it's a great honor. >> reporter: you can count city council among ryan howard's many
fans. he this they honored him as a first baseman with the phillies and his philanthropy. >> i use that to give back to teach. >> reporter: the official announcement can't come until after world series, earlier this month, howard played like li his last game with the phillies. with phillies caps perched on their heads, he stood by howard, his wife and daughter as they spoke of his numerous contributions to the city and the team and his role in the world series victory. >> we know that will not have been possible. without hard work and dedication and close to 400 grand slam home runs by mr. ryan howard. >> it's great to have sports figures who represent philadelphia in the best light.
>> reporter: often he gave back orchltd to local youth including this gift of a themed baseball library to the children of philadelphia. >> this is a gentleman who came to the city of philadelphia and rolled up his sleeves and said how can i give back to the community. >> if i am not here playing in a phillies uniform it does not mean i am done with my work in the city of philadelphia. my presence will be felt in philadelphia, because there's a lot of work to be done. >> reporter: it wasn't the first time, it won't be the last, this presentation ended with ryan howard getting a standing ovation. a big honor for the big piece. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> there's much more to come on sunday morning edition of "action news." a new tool in the battle against wildfires. the app firefighters are using in southern california to track dangerous fires. >> put this on your wish list. an entire plane is available to
entourage following a deadly shooting in philadelphia. >> dust off your coat as you step outside in this cooler morning air. let's go outside to chris sowers, chris are you're bundled up. >> reporter: just a light jacket. we are expecting highs to top out in the mid 60s, it's right where we should be for this time of the year. subtract 4 to 7 degrees that's the windchill. pottstown, 49. chester, 48. warrington, 49. south jersey, glassboro, 49. gandys beach. 501. dover, 53 and sea isle city, 354. here's satellite and radar, you'll see sunshine today. it's a much better looking day than yesterday's cloud cover and rain. although that system is still fairly close by, it's north of
maine. you can see it kind of spinning its wheels toward the top of the screen. because it's fairly close by we'll feel the winds this afternoon and monday, as well. it will be breezy over the next couple of days. the forecast for the eagles vikings game could that wind play into the kicking game later on. let's hope the game doesn't come down to a field goal. you'll have 20 to 30 miles per hour out of the west. 60 degrees that's the kickoff temperature, 4th quarter, 63. good morning to you. we'll see what happens again, really the only issue over the next couple of days will be the breezes. it will be gusty. we are talking colder temperatures by the middle of the week. i'll have the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> a woman trapped inside her burning car on a west philadelphia street is alive because of the courage of a good samaritan. the action cam was at the scene,
53rd and chestnut. 6:45 a.m., a cadillac esclade speeding through the intersection slammed into the woman's car, the car went into a utility pole and burst into flames. a man passing by ran to the burning car and pulled the woman out. she is in the hospital in stable condition. the driver of the esclade is in stable condition at a nearby hospital. flames from the car set the awning of a grocery store on fire. firefighters put out the fire before it damaged the store and the apartments botch it. >> the search continues for a killer. philadelphia police are looking for a rapper and his entourage in connection with the shooting that left a person dead. we told you about the murder yesterday that stemmed from an argument at a bar in the city's powelton section. "action news" reporter, jennette reyes has the details on how the crime rocked the community. >> we heard commotion outside down the road.
>> reporter: south of lancaster and north 38th street there's hardly any indication of a fatal shooting that happened outside jolly's bar. it's the talk of the customers in the quaint coffee shop that sits next-door. >> it's not good for business, but i don't want to think about a 19-year-old is dead. >> reporter: rising philadelphia rapper pnb meen and his entourage were hanging out at the bar. at 1:45 a.m. be there was an altercation between the rapper and his crew. gunfire erupted and a 19-year-old man was shot in the chest. >> sirens were coming down the street. police were barricading off the corner. >> reporter: the victim was taken to penn presbyterian where he was pronounced an hour later. >> it was an isolated incident because of a party that was going on in there. i love the neighborhood. >> it's shocking doesn't seem like the neighborhood that would
happen, but i guess stupidity leaks he, fortunately, where. >> reporter: it's -- leaks everywhere. it's frustrating for small business owners like george read. >> we're growing up. incidents like this takes a step back. >> reporter: anyone with information is asked to contact police. jennette reyes, channel 6 "action news." >> suspects involved in a home invasion and shooting in delaware county are on the run this morning. police believe is shaquille bown entered a home on shot the homeowner in ridley park. fire officials continue to search for what sparked a blaze that left a person hospitalized.
firefighters were called to the mitchner avenue in the cedar brook section yesterday afternoon. when they arrived flames were shooting from the second floor of the home. one person was injured, but no word on the extent of the injuries. we don't know what caused a blaze in camden. two nearby homes were damaged by the fire. there were no injuries. >> overseas kurdish forces have launch a new push to take back mosul. iraqi and kurdish forces have been battling isis in villages around mossal in dealing with roadside bombs and suicide trucks. it could take weeks to clear isis from the area. saudi military strike
targeted the government. they called on the warring parties to extend the temporary cease-fire. turning to the race for white house, hillary is getting help for her bid for commander-in-chief. >> jill biden will be here stumping for hillary clinton. >> clinton and her running mate were here touting their plans for the economy and free college tuition. >> reporter: donald trump spoke at a rally in gettysburg last night. he revealed his plan for his first 100 days in office if he were to win the election. he vowed to lift restrictions on energy production and renegotiate the north american
free trade agreement. he made a promise to build a wall between the u.s. and mexico. >> voters in the keystone state will cast their ballot in the contentious u.s. you senate race. pat toomey is fighting to keep his seat. he picked up the endorsement of the fraternal order of police. his opponent opponent is katie mcginty who got campaign help from vice president joe biden. the latest polls show her behind by four points. pat toomey and katie mcginty face off in a debate on 6abc. we invite you to send us your confess, -- questions, using #6abc or question at 6abc.com. the debate is tomorrow night at 7:00 p.m. prince albert will be in philadelphia this week to purchase the home where his
mother grew up. it is where his father proposed marriage. kelly's son purchased the home for $750,000. prince albert lr -- will be here tuesday to complete plans for the home. two companies agree to become one for tens of millions of dollars. there are questions on whether federal regulators sign off on the deal. heartbreaking story from washington state where a a little boy died in the fire, and his pet refused to leave his side. >> back here home we'll take you outside to sky6 live hd a beautiful glimpse of the commodor barry bridge. meteorologist chris sowers says he used like three blankets overnight. bring out the coats, we'll have the the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when we come back.
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>> aitledz -- a little boy died in a house fire in spokane, washington, his loyal dog stayed by his side to the end. neighbors rushed to help with garden hoses, it was too late. >> we were screaming banging on doors, trying to get people to help to get the hoses through the window. >> two adults got three other kids out of the burning home safely. the cause is under investigation. time 9:41. the coast guard rescued four voters by helicopter after their boat capsized in south florida this weekend. a man called 911 reporting that his 29-foot boat was taking on water. from the sky crews were able to spot four people clinging to the boat including an 8-year-old girl. all were wearing life jackets. >> time for accuweather, a little chilly out there, you need a sweatshirt or light
jacket. >> you'll need something with sleeves. will get better this afternoon, it already feels better than it was at 7:00 a.m. let's get you outside and take you down to cape may. it's a beautiful shot, the sun makes you feel warm as it isiste water. it will put temperatures in the 60s. today is cool, but not as harsh as yesterday. we have no rain either, we'll keep the radars dry. tomorrow morning there could be a quick-passing shower north and west of philadelphia in the lehigh valley and the poconos. that should be out of here by 7:00 a.m., 8:00 a.m. the rest of the day is dry, as well. much cooler the last several days, we were in the 80s, monday, 82. tuesday, 84. wednesday it was the record breaker, 86. thursday, a record breaker 81. thursday, 80. yesterday with all the clouds and biting wind high
temperatures 56 degrees, 30 degrees colder than where we were about let's say 3 days prior when we hit 86. big, big changes. now we're showing 50s. dewpoint, 37. pressure 29.93 inches it's rising. winds are whipping around, though, out of the west/southwest at 18 miles per hour. makes 50 feel like 42 in the city of philadelphia. allentown, present temperature, 50 degrees. dover, 52. cape may, 54. atlantic city 50 degrees, it's a nice day out there. here's satellite and radar you can see the huge counter clockwise swirl this is the storm that i was talking about earlier in the broadcast the one that brought all the rain to the area yesterday, now it's bringing heavy snows to quebec. they saw heavy mountain snows up near the adirondacks berkshires, this will drive the wind into the region over the next couple
of days. you look out here, that's the next system that's heading this way, that's the clipper overnight tonight and into tomorrow morning. that will bring showers to the lehigh valley first thing tomorrow morning. 4:00 p.m., sun and clouds out there, it's a nice day. a little bit on the breezy side. there goes the clipper system across theanadian state line. around the philadelphia area you're dry. tomorrow morning, dry, tomorrow afternoon, combination of sun and clouds. we can't shake the winds. winds later this afternoon 20 to 30 miles per hour. monday afternoon, same thing, 20 to perhaps as high as 30 miles per hour and even into tuesday, because that low up to the north is just not moving same thing, 20 to 30 miles per hour wind gusts expected. for today, we'll call it breezy, warmer, temperatures in the mid 60s, decent amount of sunshine it's a nice day, philadelphia,
64. millville, 64. dover, 65. lots of sunshine from start to finish. 1:00 p.m. temperature kickoff eagles and the vikings, 63 degrees, 3:00 p.m., 63. 5:00 p.m., 63. overnight tonight, we'll say partly to mostly cloudy. it will be chilly out there, but not as cold as first thing this though. generally speaking temperatures in the -- if oh first -- firstg thunderstorm. generally speaking temperatures in the 60s. tuesday, chilly, wednesday, chilly, thursday, chilly. you can find storm tracker 6 live double scan radar at 6abc.com. >> this week's drop in temperatures is a sign that winter is coming. yesterday volunteers spent the day building shelters for cats that live outdoors.
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losses they suffered in their last two games. this afternoon they will come up against a familiar face, sam bradford returns to the linc, but in a vikings uniform. here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: if you think the last two weeks were tough, you just wait. the eagles have the toughest schedule in the nfl the rest of the way. today against sam bradford and the undefeated vikings could be the hardest of them all. carson wentz face the vikings defense that allowed the fewest points in football. after all the penalties and mistakes wentz knows he has to be better at home when they face the vikings at 1:00 p.m. >> vikings are the next game on the schedule, obviously we're excited for it. obviously we had two tough loss, we don't put pressure on ourselves, but we play with the sense of urgency we have to be better. we're setting records with
penalties and that's never good. >> seven weeks ago bradford was trade to do minnesota and now he is back with a perfect record and number one completion percentage in the nfl. where were you in 1990. penn state coach james franklin was a senior at neshaminy high school the last time they beat top two team in the county, 26 years ago. penn state getting a win for the ages. down 14th in the 4th. penn state is not waving the white flag against undefeated ohio state. lions roar back. trace mcsorely runs it in. final four, ohio state can go up 7, marcus allen blocks the field goal. bruce haley scoops it up. they take a 3 point lead, ohio state one last shot fourth and
long the defense, that's barrett. penn state wins 24-21 the first time in 52 years, on rank penn state beats a top two team in the country. what a scene in state college as they storm the field. >> a new reason it's been the same story for the flyers, slow start. this season, slow start in games. flyers were beat up in the third period, but last night they punch back. coach having a hard time with the puck, too. flyers fall behind 2-zip to carolina. jake borachek ties it at 2. matt reid redirects. it's his 5th goal of the season, nobody in hockey was more. flyers up one, they are not done. seconds later flyers score four
times in the second, they win 6-3 end their 3 game losing streak. congratulations to the cubs they are going to the world series for the first time in 71 years. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski. >> it is 9:57 you know you heard they do everything bigger in texas, i'm from texas i agree with that. the johnson family knew their family of beloved pets was about to grow, but they didn't know how much. 3-year-old oakley who was a great dane gave big board to 17 puppies. oh, my goodness. johnsons have five kids to help them care for big bundle of joy. >> 17 only in texas. >> they are cute. >> they are adorable. there's much more to come on "action news," one giant catch.
we'll have the details behind an pretty incredible hall. >> killed are copying with their emotions over the damage from hurricane matthew by putting pen to paper. those stories and more, plus, chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" continues. it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands. and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so
much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world.
sunday, october 23 i'm nydia han. >> and i am gray hall. in the news, chester county authorities are investigating an accident involving a pedestrian. >> crews rushed a woman to the hospital after she was injured in a house fire in philadelphia. that fire also left a pet in need of help. plus second lady dr. jill biden comes to philadelphia. she and tim kaine's wife stump for votes in the city today. >> outside we go meteorologist chris sowers joins us with a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. chris i thought you were tough. you have on a jacket. >> reporter: it was cold, down to 40 degrees this morning. i put on a jacket. now it feels okay, the wind has stopped on city avenue. it feels already, the sun shining down, once the wind picks up, it gets blustery from time to time. even though you see 50s across the board this morning, with the wind it feels like the mid to upper 40s. you'll need a jacket or something with sleeves early on. by afternoon temperatures
rebound into the mid 60s. 55 in allentown. 53 in trenton. dover, 56. cape may, 54. here's a look at the current wind speeds these sustained winds or constant winds out of the west/southwest anywhere from 15 to 20 miles per hour. if you're heading to lincoln financial field, eagles taking on the vikings 1:00 p.m. start time there will be a blustery breeze, it will continue 20 to 30 miles per hour during the day. pretty much the same story for tomorrow, as well. we'll not shake the winds anytime soon thanks to the area of low pressure. if you look towards the top of the screen you can see it spinning its wheels there pulling away moving toward the west/northwest up into canada. for us that means clear skies, but it means a gusty breeze. for today, sun and clouds, it's a warmer day high of 64. it will be breezy at times. don't get used to the warmer changes. take a look at this here, we have colder changes heading this way monday night into tuesday morning. we have a cold front this is what we call a clipper system
not only will it bring unseasonable chilly weather, it could bring patchy frost and some locations will drop below the freezing mark for the first time this season. chilly stuff is on the way. when i come back in just a few minutes, we'll let you know when the colder air gets out of here in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> new this morning, a pedestrian has been hit while trying to cross a chester county road. the action cam was at the scene, west chester pike and hollow road in east goshen township. the accident happened at 6:15 a.m. there's no word on the victim's injuries. police have not released the person's name. they have not said if charges will be filed. this morning a woman is in critical condition after she was rescueed from her -- rescued from her burning home. her dog was rescued and treated. a woman trapped inside was rescued and rushed to the hospital. >> the firefighters did a great
job gaining entry into the property. they rescued the occupant and transported her to the hospital for medical care. they actually also rescued two animals, one dog was actually brought outside and reis you say say -- resuscitated by the firefighters. >> the woman has serious burnings over her body. one dog was rescued and needed oxygen and is expected to be okay. this fire in west philadelphia is suspicious than began on 5,000 block of race street and spread two others. one man was hurt and taken to the hospital to be treat. it is believed squatters were living in the vacant home and responsible for the fire. philadelphia is once again the focus or those looking to
win the white house. dr. jill biden is in town to stump for hillary clinton. she will be joined by tim kaine's wife. bob brooks is live in spring garden, this will likely attract a huge crowd. >> reporter: we expect it will. the clinton campaign continues to roll through philadelphia, we are at the community of philadelphia. behind me, pavilion building where the rally is set to takes place, dr. jill biden and tim kaine's wife and the former virginia secretary of education. they are set to speak. this is the second rally for the clinton campaign in the last two days, hillary clinton and tim kaine made a stop at a rally at u penn. there were under 8,000 attendees, we expect a large crowd this morning. the message is expected to be on par with the clinton message last night. the campaign slogan, stronger
together. clinton took time as expected to make a jack at republican nominee donald trump let's listen. >> it's not too late to stage an intervention. [laughter]. friends don't let friends vote for trump. >> okay, now the doors of the pavilion building are set to open in just a little bit. a little bit of breaking news here, we just got an abc national poll, clinton is leading donald trump 50% to 38. reporting live philadelphia community college, bob brooks, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. donald trump campaigned in the battleground state of pennsylvania. he was in gettysburg yesterday, he unveiled his goal for his first 100 days in office if he
wins. he wants term members on members of congress -- he wants term limits on members of congress and he wants to put more money back in the pockets of americans. >> a plan to grow the company 4% per year and create 25 million new jobs through tax reduction. >> he doubled down on terror an immigration saying he would spend immigration from terror-prone regions. he will sue women who accused him of past sexual misconduct and called them liars out to hurt his campaign. get live results on election night, the 6abc news app is a free download for your mobile device. a new jersey police officer has been suspended for driving drunk while on duty. morris county prosecutor said montville officer was charged and suspended with pay. he was driving an unmarked
patrol car at the time of the incident. they said he did not have any contact with the public at the time and was not involved in a crash, authorities have not said what led them to make the arrest. ann allentown man was kicked by a police officer after he was pulled over. he is suing the city and the police department. dash cam video right here shows police pulling over hector pina last year, officers said he matched the description of a burglary suspect. excessive force was used because he refused to comply with officers. >> a teenager is in custody in connection with the shooting of a good samaritan in rittenhouse square. he turned himself in with his father by his side. he is accused in the shooting of a 39-year-old man who tried to stop the teen and another man from robbing someone friday night. the good samaritan is expected
to recover. a cigarette butt helped them solve a 25-year-old cold case. myrtle mcgill was found shot inside her home in december 1991. her vehicle was found in pittsburgh. inside the car was cigarette butt. dna evidence led detectives to charles cook who was just released from prison and last known to serve parole in philadelphia. >> it was a random act of violence. it was happennen stance that he got off the bus in indian. >> for years cook was homeless and living in several states that included minnesota where's incarcerated for another crime. authorities are working to extradite him back to pennsylvania. >> kathleen kane will learn her fate tomorrow when she is sentenced in a montgomery county court. the former attorney general of pennsylvania facing 12 to 24 years behind bars for a
conviction on perjury and obstruction charges. she charged with leaking grand jury information to a newspaper and lying about it under oath. the prosecution is seeking a 2 year minimum sentence. brijt kelly have -- bridget kelly will continue to testify in the bridgegate trial. she gave tearful testimony in her own defense on friday. she said chris christie knew about the lane closures a month before they began. chris christie said he knew nothing about the alleged plot. kelly faces federal criminal charges in the scheme. >> it is a big day for the eagles, former birds quarterback sam bradford returns to the linc, but this time he will not be in green and why white. he is the qb for the vikings. minnesota enters the game undefeated. he has the highest completion coverage in the nfl. the eagles have are coming off
two losses we'll have a live report from the link on "action news" at noon. >> we have video that will truly touch your heart as a very special father walked his daughter down the wedding aisle. ahead in the social corner, the mother who make sure her son's classmate didn't go hungry that is going viral. meteorologist chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when we come come right back.
>> sections of central and eastern massachusetts are cleaning up from a slow-move be rainstorm that dropped five inches. heavy rain turned streets into fast-moving streams. a few showers may link into this afternoon. along with the physical destruction left by hurricane matthew in north carolina, the storm has exacted a heavy emotional toll on many victims
including children. teachers encouraged 6th graders to come to grips with their emotions by writing about the storm. one student had tears in her eyes as she encountered someone she new who lost everything in the floodwaters. >> all her stuff had flooded out of her door. she went back to sleep, when she woke back up, the water was rising you should her bed. >> matthew killed dozens of people in five southern states including north carolina. what a good idea to have the students express themselves that way. >> 10:13 let's get you caught up on our forecast. a fall chill in the air. >> reporter: we're winding down tropical season we have a cooler pattern. we look at the adventure aquarium on the camden warm
front. it's one of the colder mornings we've seen in quite sometime. especially coming off a week every single day was in the 80s. that's all gone now we're seeing temperatures in the 40s. overnight tonight there's a chance of a passing shower for the lehigh valley and the poconos. that's about it. most of the week will be dry. morning lows allentown, 37. wilmington, 43. quakertown, 44. trenton, 45. philadelphia, the morning low 47 degrees, now you're up to 52. yesterday's high was 56 we're getting close to that already it's only the 10:00 a.m. hour. dewpoint 38. pressure is rising. winds out of the west at 13 miles per hour, the ocean temperature, 62. 45 in the poconos, a pair of 5s for allentown. millville, 56. 55 in atlantic city. cape may, 55. dover, 56 degrees. satellite and radar big storm yesterday's weather up into new england. this is what we'll see over the next 3 to 5 days.
a lot of sunshine, clouds mixed in. there's a clipper approaching pushing the u.s./canadian border over that. that will arrive overnight tonight into tomorrow morning. the shower threat with that storm is right here it's the p-a/new york state line, pushing into boston, connecticut rhode island will see rain. i don't think it will get that far to the south. future tracker 6, later today, combination of sun and clouds, nice looking day, every now and then there's a breeze picking up, with highs in the 60s it will be all right. overnight tonight, the clouds will increase with the approaching clipper. a couple of showers mainly to the north, oh, lehigh valley, poconos, wilks-berre and scranton could see something, immediate philadelphia area not seeing much of anything. tomorrow afternoon, same thing, repeat performance, combination of sun and clouds, monday night
into tuesday, we'll see more in the way of clear conditions and a lot of sunshine tuesday afternoon. for today, here comes the clipper. it's out to the west today, breezy, lots of sunshine this afternoon. as we get into monday, the clipper races on by to the north. maybe showers for new england, it stays breezy, clouds and sunshine during the day. the front will continue to drop to the south, that's colder canadian air the mid atlantic, the northeast, great lakes, ohio valley, high plains feeling the chill from old man winter as temperatures struggle in the 50s by midweek. wednesday morning, 5:00 a.m., 29 actual air temperature in the poconos. 31 in reading and allentown. 36 in philadelphia. trenton, 33. thursday morning, it will actually be colder than the numbers you see right there. get ready it's coming. sun and clouds today, windy, high temperatures around 64. winds out of the west 15 to 25 miles per hour. ton of sunshine all day long, a
few clouds mixed in, 1:00 p.m., 63. same number by 5:00 p.m. shower well after midnight cloudy and chilly. 44 degrees outlying suburb, 52 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, chilly stuff by midweek. 63 tomorrow, 50s for tuesday, wednesday, and thursday. guys? >> okay, chris, thank you so much for the update. four lives were turned upside down 20 years ago, when a young father was diagnosed with ms. >> that did not stop him from participating in every family event. erin o'hern has the story. >> reporter: scott holland is finishing up four months with a piece of technology called an exo skeleton. taking the time to think or
dwell is not something that scott has been good at. ms did not waiver his determination to take advantage to stay connection with his family. >> the word to describe scott is tenacious. there's no stopping him. >> reporter: a year ago when his daughter gotten gained he was not going to sit for the big moment. through the good shepherd rehabilitation center in allentown, his insurance improved the use of the exo skeleton. it allows patients to power through the normal biochemical walking pattern. >> long before there's a cure, technology can step in. >> reporter: the family kept it a secret choosing to make the walk down the aisle a surprise at the wedding. [applause]. as alica takes the first step
into her new life -- >> he taught us a lot. >> erin o'hern channel 6 "action news." katie: i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message. vo: donald trump and pat toomey have plenty in common -- they're both putting pennsylvania women at risk. even after trump bragged about sexually assaulting women, toomey
stood by him. on women's health - both trump and toomey would defund planned parenthood. on abortion: trump: "there has to be
some form of punishment" toomey: "i would suggest that we have penalties
for doctors who perform them." pat toomey and donald trump: too dangerous for pennsylvania women. >> all right so glad you stayed with us, it is 10:20. it is time to check out what's going viral in the social corner. >> this is when we chat about
the videos and facebook and youtube, and more. dan stein a farmer decided to pop the question in what may be the most fitting way. he used his so i bean field to ask leslie hamilton to marry him. now they are planning to tie the knot in 2018. talk about big catch, two fisherman hauled in a huge lobster off the coast of bermuda last weekend. it tipped the scales at a whopping 14 pounds. they blame the rough surf from hurricane nicole may have brought it closer to shore. they put the hospitalster -- the lobster back in a big pot. no, i'm joking they put it back in the water. mexico mom has been packing her son two luncheses everyday.
she made the extra lunch because her son asked her to. the lunch was for a classmate whose mother lost her job. that mother offered to pay the money back, but she said she could not accept the money. >> she said i just got a job i know you've been feeding my son. >> this hits home for me, a few years ago, we were homeless, i was living in my car and i was washing him in bathrooms be we didn't have food. >> families of the volleyball team pitched in and raised $400. and that money was sent to the school cafeteria and paid off all the past due accounts. so no other students have to worry about whether they have lunch or not. isn't that a terrific thing. >> how can that not touch you. there's great people out there
still. >> and the interview with the emotion in her voice, great. >> tell us what you think about the videos by going to our facebook and twitter accounts. >> meteorologist chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast in just a moment. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. we guarantee to make switching easier. we'll show up on time.
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rigged. he specifically tied it to certain cities, including philadelphia that's where he has concerns are they founded what will it mean come election day and the day after in the region with the conversation going on. we take a turn and talk about the senate race in pennsylvania, pat toomey, katie mcginty. he iseing pinpointed for whether or not he is going to vote for trump. he said he disagrees with him on issues, but hat not answered that question, we expect that to be a big issue in the debate tomorrow night. we hope to see you on inside story. >> one last check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: if you're heading to lincoln financial field, it will be blustery. yesterday we topped out at 56. today, 63, 64. not a bad day for football. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, chilly stuffer by midweek. 57 by tuesday, 55 on wednesday,
look at the morning lows in the 30s. the city of philadelphia. outlying suburbs you're dropping below freezing for the first time this season. >> 10:27. this week with george stephanopoulos is coming up next. >> this morning he has the results of the latest poll that shows hillary clinton pulling ahead in the race for president. here's george with the preview. >> reporter: two weeks to go until the final vote we have more coming up on this week. the tracking poll shows hillary clinton opened up a big lead. we'll get a response from eric trump and the clinton campaign. evan mcmullen could he be the first candidate to win a state since george wallace since 1958. and martha raddatz live from mosul in iraq. that's coming up on this week. >> here's some of the stories we're working on for you, iraqi and u.s. forces are pushing isis
>> announcer: starting right now on "this week with george stephanopoulos" -- against the rope. >> i don't want to think back if only i did one more rally, i would have won. >> announcer: as his path to victory narrows, donald trump lashing out. >> all of these liars will be sued after the election. >> announcer: and not backing down. >> i will totally accept the results if i win. >> announcer: hillary clinton playing offense. >> every time donald trump says he wants to jail his opponent, meaning me, i think to myself, you know, we don't do that in america. >> announcer: clinton pulling ahead but can she break away? and can trump make a comeback, or has he slipped too far behind? we're one-on-one with