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and i approve this message. >> pleasant good morning to you, 6:00 a.m. on this saturday, october 29. here's some of the stories we're upon on "action news." a woman is badly hurt after her car smashes into a tree in delaware overnight. ahead we hear from local voters on the e-mail controversy surrounding hillary clinton this morning. plus, a weekend warmup, we'll be able to ditch the coats at least for a a couple of days. meteorologist chris sowers joins us with a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. no jacket or gloves, or anything? >> reporter: that's later on, you'll need a jacket early on. we're getting a little ahead of
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ourselves here, it's chilly out there this morning. by afternoon, as gray mentioned, you'll be able to ditch the jackets, you'll need sunglasses and shorts and ts. wait until you see the numbers by afternoon. allentown, they are freezing, 32. trenton, 32. millville, 32 degrees. reading a pair of 3s. philadelphia sitting at 40 degrees. 33 in atlantic city. 43 in cape may, dover, 40. most of the numbers are anywhere from 10 to 20 degrees colder than the same time yesterday. here's the good news, we lost the breeze. most of the wind speeds are from zero to 3 miles per hour. there's not much of a windchill this morning. which is good news. temperatures are cold enough. 9:00 a.m., 43 degrees. 10:00 a.m., 53. 1:00 p.m., 62. and 3:00 p.m., 66. 5:00 p.m., 67 degrees, we're shooting for a high of 69 or close to 70 somewhere in that
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ballpark. we can almost add ten to the number by tomorrow. when i come back we'll talk about how much warmer it gets sunday and how much cooler it gets for halloween. >> 6:02. ten days before the presidential election the campaign has been rocked with yet another bombshell. e-mails are haunting hillary clinton. this morning both clinton and trump responding to the fbi investigation. abc's which you can severson has the details. -- chuck severson has the details. >> reporter: at a short notice news conference hillary clinton called on the fbi for an explanation. >> the american people deserve to get the full and complete facts immediately. >> reporter: the campaign blindsided by the sudden announcement by james comey's is reopening the investigation into the e-mails. clinton is crying foul. >> we are 11 days from perhaps
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the most important national election of our lifetime which is why we are calling on the fbi to release all the information that it has even director comey noted that this new information may not be significant, so let's get it out. >> reporter: the new e-mails were found on a device shared by disgraced anthony weiner and his estranged wife huma abedin, hillary clinton's closest aid. >> donald trump reveled in this new turn of fortune. >> we must not let her take her criminal scheme into the oval office. i have great respect for the fact that the fbi and the department of justice are willing to have the courage to write the horrible mistake that they made. >> reporter: trump had blamed the fbi for failing to bring charges against clinton for unauthorized use of a private
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e-mail account and server. >> it might not be as rigged as i thought. >> reporter: now both campaigns can only wait and wonder what effect this stunning surprise will have in november. chuck severson abc news new york. >> the accusations about the e-mails was swift by the trump and clinton supporters. at the trump rally in bensalem bucks county, mike pence called on the fbi to release the e-mails in question as quickly as possible. former president bill clinton was campaigning for his wife in reading and did not comment about the e-mails, but supporters at both rallies had plenty to say. >> it's terrible it's horrible. a gift to mr. trump. >> you don't want to hear about something like this coming out. >> i lost faith in the fbi, but now it's restored. >> it made my day. it could swing the election.
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>> all right, mike pence and bill clinton were campaigning in pennsylvania. although polls put hillary clinton in the lead, the state is still in play. a woman is in critical condition after her car slammed into several degrees off delaware road. the action cam was at the scene in newark. a nissan ultima swerved off the road at 4:30 a.m. when first responders found a car pressed against a tree, a woman was trapped inside. it took 40 minutes to free her. the intersection was closed for a while as officers tried to determine the cause of the accident there. if you use septa to get around town this next story impacts you, more than five thousand septa workers could walk off the job. workers prepared the picket signs at the 234 union hall in northern liberties last night. union members voted to go on
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strike at midnight monday if no deal is reached before then. now, if they do this, that will leave septa comiewrpts -- commuters who use buses and subway as and trolleys a new mode of transportation to get around this morning. the strike, if they do this does not the affect regional transportation. police were out in full force to prevent more violence around temple university. >> reporter: temple does not want a repeat of what happened last friday night. there's a heavy police presence to stamp out anything that might break out. temple beefed up their police presence along with philadelphia police, by bike, car and horse police saturated the area. >> if you're here to harm anybody we'll be ready and stop that from happening. >> reporter: 200 jive nice
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orchestrated a flash mob an instagram. students were kicked and punched and knocked to the ground. one had to be hospitalized. ultimately fourteens were arrested in the assaults. >> it was shocking, i guess the number, i heard 200 that's a lot of people. it made me nervous. >> reporter: it made a lot of people nervous and many students say they are taking precautions. >> i'm taking a self-defense class right now, the guy teaching, a lot of police work at temple. he is like i've been police, and everything so i'm comfortable. >> reporter: police monitoring social media found a posting there would be trouble saturday night. they found that the not to be credible. they will continue to monitor. dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." >> we have an update on the singer who was prevented from performing the national anthem
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at the 76ers home opener, she has gotten an apology from the organization. singer 7 streeter said she was stopped from singing the star bangled banner because she was wearing a jersey that said we matter. they asked her to return to sing the anthem. a jury could begin deliberating in the so-called bridgegate trial as early as monday. closing arguments were presented in newark. prosecutors argumented that aids to new jersey governor chris christie concocted a plan to create a gridlock at the george washington bridge as political revenge. chris christie claims he was una ware of the plans but testimony contradicted his account. the defendants face conspiracy and wire fraud charges. from our delaware newsroom, a beloved bakery that was damage by a fire last christmas is back open for business.
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soso far -- sophie and son's bakery is reopening its doors in elsmere. the bakery owner said it's a long road, but happy to be back in business. >> like i said, it's crazy and try to get everything back together and reorganized and put everything back into working condition. new roof, son as for -- so on, , we're back baking and feel like we're back at home. >> they have served the new castle county area for more than 60 years. it was a nail biting thrilling 9th inning for world series fans. it came down to these two men, the pitcher and the batter. we have the details on the late-night finish. it's beginning to look like winters in parts of the country. chris, calm down, we'll show you
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where old man winter is paying a visit. >> reporter: it's not going to look or feel like winter this weekend. tomorrow it will feel like august, temperatures close to 80 degrees. cooler for halloween. details after the break.
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>> yeah that's snow, someplace insist vermont have seen more than a foot of snow believe it or not. ski resort managers like chris
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sowers are smiling ear to ear. the snow has some folks looking for the slopes right now. >> reporter: i would become a ski slope manager or whatever it's called. >> i don't want to be talking about snow in october. >> reporter: it's rare the amount, i would be honest. snow they picked up around the adirondacks and the green mountains in new england, that's rare. it's not even halloween, to be talking that kind of snow is impressive. we don't have anything like that around here, we'll be talking summertime this weekend. there's the view from the temple camera. speaking of temple, big game, taking on cincinnati at the linc, weather warm in the 60s. there could be showers late in the day tomorrow, most of the weekend yourself should be dry. it's been a chilly week. monday was nice, 65.
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tuesday, 56 biting wind. wednesday, 53. windchills in the 40s. thursday's afternoon high, 58. and yesterday, 57 degrees. the normal 62. all week long we were below average. now the numbers will go way above average. 69 is where we top things out later on. 40 degrees is where we start out this morning. that's the present temperature reading in philadelphia. allentown, 32. trenton, same thing. millville, also freezing. 30 in the poconos. cape may 43. atlantic city 33 degrees. here's satellite and radar, in the immediate philadelphia area we're clear, nothing going on out there right now. no clouds. you have to go past the pennsylvania/new york state line, sar sarinac lake it's
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cooler. we have showers moving in. today, sun and clouds, overnight tonight, increasing clouds, tomorrow mainly cloudy, unseasonable warm. tomorrow afternoon, clouds and sun sunday. somewheres today it's sun and clouds, the opposite of tomorrow. tomorrow evening here comes the band of showers associated with the cold front. that will slide through, temperatures drop off in time for halloween. let's say anywhere from 66 to 69 degrees those are the temperatures throughout the entire viewing area. we get into sunday, sunday, the temperatures, 50s in the poconos. allentown 65 by 2:00 p.m. philadelphia, 73. we're forecasting 70s for the high. the front makes it down to the southern delmarva for halloween. high temperatures on halloween. 57 degrees, 430 in time for the trick or treaters.
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9:00, 47 degrees, bundle the little ones up, blustery as the evening progresses. millville, 68. cape may, 68. trenton, 67 degrees. overnight tonight it's mild, the lows are dropping into the mid to upper 50s. philadelphia 59. the normal high for this time of the year is 62. that's not bad. reading, 55. cape may, 59 degrees. trick or treat forecast for monday, 55 degrees by 6:00 p.m. 47 by 9:00. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 69 degrees breezy and milder sunshine out there. clouds for sun, but it's warm, 76 degrees. monday partly sunny and cooler, high of 58. a little bit of a breeze, as well. 64 degrees, wednesday and thursday we're back in the # -- 70s again. 72 and 72 degrees. mild mild chilly.
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a little fall, a little spring issue. >> reporter: everybody likes a little chilly now and then. we'll mix it up. >> there were plenty of laughs at the kimmel center, steve martin and martin short teamed up for a comedy of music. the best part of the show came when the comedians were presented with a glass of champagne courtesy of our own beautiful cesily tynan.
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>> so glad you're waking up with us, it is now 6:20. if you're looking for extra cash for the holidays, kohl's wants to hear from you. they are holding for an instore hiring event. if you're interested we have posted a list of the stores that are hiring to our web page the hiring event is happening from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. lexus is the top brand among vehicles for the 4th straight year that's according to consumer reports latest survey. 200h won the most reliable, toyota prius ranked number two. buick ranked top 3 since the magazine started tracking reliability in the 1980s. mercedes unveiled it's first-ever pick up truck.
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it is called the x class, one is outfitted for off road use and one is high end with wood interior. it is expected to hit europe, africa and south america and australia. no word when they will be available here in the u.s.
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about how to make debt work for you, ask me. back everyone, 6:23 we're warming up big time this weekend. it's called prefrontal. we have a cold front approaching from the north. the wind blow in opposite directions with the front. the wind are out of the east-northeast, head of the front they are out of the southwest. that's a warm wind for us. what's going to happen, pretty
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much, the wind will close in, wind out of the southeast coast would be out of the west, southwest. temperatures in the 80s all that warmth spreads over the northeast over the next time couple of days. we get the ball rolling, temperatures ranging 75 to 80. breezy in philadelphia, 69. poconos a little bit cooler, but 59 degrees sun and clouds. the cleveland indians lead the world series 2-1 they won game three in a pitchers dual. scoreless in the 7 account. cocoa crisp single in a run. they shut out the cubs for the a second time in the series. -0 is the final score. jamie apody has the rest of the
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sports. >> reporter: good morning, it was a celebration fit for the champions. hundreds waited hours outside to get into villanova hoops mania. they were not disappointed. what a show that was. what a spectacle, the banner unfolds hang in the pavilion for all eternity. the players got their rings they are stunning and dancing coach wasn't. the crowd was treated to a surprise concert by whiz kalefa. >> i want you guys to give a big round of applause to this year's team we're going
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back-to-back! the key to beating the cowboys is stopping elliot. bennie logan ruled out for the second straight game with a groin injury. the defense is holding their own, it's the offense that's struggling lately. eagles know they have to score points to take over first place in the nfc east. >> it's added because of where we are in the standing. anytime we play them during the year it's going to be a big game whether we're third and fourth or first and second in the division. it's a lot of fun, football is supposed to be fun and this game will be fun. >> the sixers host atlanta 12:30 p.m. what everybody would like to his is okafor and embiid in the lineup at the same time. embiid is supposed to play 20,
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okafor 14 minutes today. >> i think you will see them sooner than i thought together, but as far as making it a constant part of a strategy or rotation, it's beyond too early dates. penn state and purdue kickoff at noon. you have to worry about a hangoverresque after the huge upset last franklin e are on purdue. >> reporter: temple owls face. cincinnati at the linc. >> going down to florida and playing south florida, the number 27 team in the country, beating them at home, i'm proud of our team. >> much more of my interview
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with coach ruhle on temple football play book coming up at 9:45 a.m. we'll talk about will care -- electric guitar and pepper steaks, too, whole lot of fun, go out and a an have a great sa. donald trump : i love the old days; you know what they used to do with guys like that when they were in a place like this? they'd be carried out on a stretcher, folks. and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? it's like incredible.
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when mexico sends its people, they're bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they're rapists. you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy - ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like, "i don't remember!" our children and grandchildren will look back at this time... the choices we are about to make. the goals we will strive for. the principles we will live by. and we need to make sure that they can be proud of us. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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>> a big late october surprise for hillary clinton fbi is looking into e-mails once again. we have details on what sparked the investigation. plus, crews rush two teenagers to the hospital after they are shot in wilmington. and today marks four years since super-storm sandy barreled a shore and destroyed parts of the jersey shore. thank you so much for waking up with us on a saturday morning, chris sowers is here with a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. folks waking up, what can they expect? >> reporter: they can expect hilly weather, they will need gloves and hat and coat,
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biafternoon ditch it all -- by afternoon, ditch it all, temperatures in the 60s there's the view of penns landing. we've lost the chilly breeze. the calming winds and low pressure over head allowed temperatures to drop off. we're sitting near the freezing mark in several locations. 32 in trenton, allentown and millville. atlantic city, 33. high pressure will work out to sea this afternoon that will allow the cold front just to the north to slide in late in the day tomorrow that will produce wet weather tomorrow evening. today looks beautiful. lots of sunshine mixed with clouds, 69 degrees that's the forecasted high, 1:00 p.m. temperatures 62. 3:00 p.m., 66. it will be breezy. winds whip around out of the southwest 15 to 20 miles per hour. it's a comfortable breeze today it's not that chilly harsh wind,
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5:00 p.m., 67 again, shooting for a high of 69. gray. >> more drama on the campaign trail, the latest shock to hit the hillary clinton campaign is resonating across the political landscape. the fbi is looking into newly discovered e-mails and these e-mails were found on a computer belonging to clinton's long time aid human abedin. she is the wife of new york congressman anthony weiner. agents say they found the e-mails investigatorring -- investigating weiner for allegedly sending secting to -- sexting to a 15-year-old girl. hillary clinton is calling for more details. >> the american people deserve to get the full and complete facts immediately. director himself has said he doesn't know whether the e-mails referenced in his letter are
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significant or not. >> in july, comey announced he would not bring charges against clinton for using a private e-mail server while serving as secretary of state. donald trump responded to the news of the fbi's discovery. >> i've had -- i give the fbi great credit for having the courage to right this horrible wrong. justice will prevail. >> trump went on to accuse clinton of trying to politicize the investigation. mike pence was in bucks stumping for votes. the new controversy excited trump supporters hoping that that will give them the last minute surge needed ten days before the election. >> we call on the fbi to
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immediately release all the e-mails pertinent to their reopened investigation, the american people have a right to know. it didn't take much for mike pence to fire up the crowd in bensalem, pennsylvania. the latest chapter in hillary clinton's e-mail saga as polls show her leading in the important battlegrounds state, but pennsylvania is still considered too close to call. trump's faithful are encouraged. >> i lost faith in the fbi now it's restored. i think it was the right thing to do. >> it made my day, it could swing the election. >> reporter: at a rally in reading, president bill clinton didn't mention the latest controversy that has some worried. >> a gift to mr. trump. >> you don't want to hear something like this coming out. but this is old news. >> reporter: clinton supporters say there's no accusation of wrong doing by sect clinton and
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they -- secretary clinton, they don't think it will lead to a shocker on election day. >> most people already know how they feel about the e-mail situation. >> reporter: you can expect most campaigns to pay attention to the pennsylvania in the coming days, vice president joe biden is expected in philadelphia on monday night and donald trump we're told could return to the philadelphia suburbs as early as tuesday. on the art museum steps, jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> i would like to reminds you you can keep track of all the breaking news from the campaign trail by downloading our free 6abc news app. 6:35 there's new information to tell you about this morning. two teenage boys were shot in wilmington, crews transported them to the hospital in critical condition. we know above the victims are 16 careers old and both were shot along the 2600 block of north market street. police got to the scene around 11:15 p.m. it's not clear, but both victims
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were taken to different hospitals. police have not made any arrests. at this point there's no motive for the shooting. new this morning, police believe an argument led up to a deadly shooting in bucks county overnight. the action cam at that scene 2nd and chestnut streets in perkisie borough. the victim was in a park when an unidentified man shot him. he was pronounced at the hospital. police are working to track down the shooter. this morning, csx is looking into what caused two freight trains to collide head on if delaware county. chopper 6 hd was over the crash in chester township yesterday. the impact happened at curlin and concord road. we know about to workers were hurt and -- we know two workers were hurt. they were treated and released. commuters can use the pennsylvania turnpike. a dump truck ripped down electrical lines causing traffic troubles. the bed was accidentsly left in
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the up -- was accidently left in the up-position and hit the power poles there. it happened near the fox -- oxford valley interchange and it brought traffic to a standstill for 12 hours. four years after super-storm sandy emotions are still raw. governor chris christie heard from hecklers as he visited a rebuilt business. 365,000 homes and businesses were damaged or destroyed by sandy. some people taking taking on the and shady contractors have yet to rebuild. >> it's going to take a while to rebuild. the fact that 1700 homes are back and restored i'm provide of it no matter how many people
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scream. >> every step of the process to recover has been an absolute nightmare. >> lawmakers are looking at bills to contract down on contractor scams and stop foreclosures on sandy victims. a woman said she is a victim of the cruelest joke in the casino business. the woman of queens new york thought she won $43 million, but when she played a machine last august at the resort world casino, when she came back to claim the money she got bad news. >> you didn't win nothing, they offered me a steak dinner. >> they win now the house doesn't want to pay out. to me that's unfair. >> the mall functioning machine ruining dreams there. the lawyer said that the casino at the very least should pay his
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client the maximum winnings on the machine, $6,500. the state gaming commission said the casino is within its rights. there's a warning on the machine. bookman spent much of her childhood in foster care and homeless as a teen and raised four kids on her own. police are aggressively cracking down on drunk drivers in delaware. more than 100 police officers will be patrolling in wilmington, bear and rehoboth beach out looking for drunk drivers. officers are conducting numerous dui checkpoints. they hope visible enforcement will act as a deterrent. there have been 3,000 dui arrests in delaware this year. a singer who roots are deep in philadelphia. there's a race of time to
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save the world against a deadly plot. parts of california are reeling from something they are not accustomed too, flooding. back here at home, meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. a bit of a warmup is in store. "action news" continues after the break. most people owe the bank. but pat toomey actually owned a bank. and when he went to washington, he voted to change the laws... to benefit wall street and banks like his.
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wilmington yesterday, fishing gear was tangled in it's pectoral if i fins. it is believe it was hit by a ship in the delaware river and pushed into the port. heavy rain many have not seen much of in recent years. rain fell near san francisco. several city streets were swamped by 2 to 303 feet of -- 2 to 3 feet of rain. the drought is still on on going problem for much of the state. a lot of rain in the medesdo area. >> reporter: i thought it never rained in southern california. >> that was northern california. ♪ it never rains [laughter]. there's the view looking at the
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camden waterfront. some of the numbers have dropped below freezing, you need to bundle up this morning, the heavier coat, the gloves and hat keep yourself warm. by afternoon you'll be able to ditch that and temperature rebound close to 70 degrees, a splendid saturday for the delaware and lehigh valleys. right now we have work to do, 40 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint, 34. pressure 30.22 inches. the winds are calm, ocean temperature getting chilly. 58. 29 in tanersville. slatington. 32. ewing, 33. vineland and hammonton, 31. woodbine, 33. again, you get the idea, chilly numbers this morning. with high pressure sitting right here off the coast of the carolinas and the clockwise winds off the high it will pump all the warmer air across the central part of the country into
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our neck of the woods this afternoon. almost every single one of these numbers are warmer than our average high for this time of the year. this air mass, it's only 6:45 a.m. there's the clock behind me, [laughter] that warmer air is charging east. by tomorrow we could see some locations up close to 80 degrees. a gorgeous weekend overall. very mild and quiet. increasing clouds, frontal system to the west, high pressure to the south. today is a nice day. tomorrow, equally as nice, increasing clouds, frontal system gets closer and late in the day and especially sunday night we could see showers with the frontal system pulling through. that will set up a cooler day or halloween. future tracker 6 sun and clouds today, no big issues to talk about. overnight tonight we'll go partly cloudy or increasing clouds. sunday, starting out with clouds that will be the general rule on sunday. mostly cloudy skies and warmer temperatures ranging anywhere
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from 75 to 80 depending on how much sunshine we see. it's forecasted to be limited. if we get sun tomorrow, temperatures will flit -- flirt with 80 degrees. sunday night here comes the passage of the cold front and the numbers drop off sunday night into monday morning halloween. sunny today, 69 degrees, winds out of the southwest at 15 to 25 miles per hour. starting out with sun, increasing clouds later on. 5:00 p.m., 67. overnight tonight, 54 degrees in the outlying suburbs, 59 center city. breezy, winds out of the west/southwest at 15 to 25 miles per hour. monday, the trick or treat forecast, 5:00 p.m. temperatures, 5. it will 55. it will be cooler, 8:00 a.m., 49. 9:00 p.m., if you're doing late trick or treating, the number drops to 47, 46. bundle up the little ones.
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the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, nice weekend overall, 69 today. 7 -6r tomorrow. 58 monday. halloween. tuesday, 64. wednesday thursday, pleasantly warm highs in the low 70s. friday turning cooler with a high of 62 degrees. overall not too bad. certainly can't complain for the last week of october. >> not at all. >> thank you so much. 6:47 i would like to remind you you can get the seven-day forecast and check storm tracker 6 live at any time of the day, go to trick or treating in south jersey gave a whole new meaning going door to door for candy. garden state discovery museum in cherry hill held a halloween event in the parking lot. kids were dressed up in their favorite costumes he they collected treats from their folks who decorated their cars for the night.
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>> so glad you stayed with us, 6:50, the third sherlock holmes film is in the making. robert downy junior has assembled a team of writers to shape the popular franchise. the film will not happen until downy finishes shooting avengers. there's a film opening in the wide release in theaters this weekend, mom hanks stars in
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the -- tom hanks stars in the mystery thriller franchise, here's inferno. >> the professor has become a liability. let's get it. >> nice to have you back professor. >> reporter: tom hanks is back as professor robert langton, his third thriller with director ron hawrld. it's involving a virus that could kill half the people on earth. it's the new release. hollywood. >> one of philadelphia's greatest singers was honored last night with a new exhibit at the african-american museum in center city. it pays tribute to the late
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great teddy pendergrass who rose to fame as harold melvin if the blue notes. he become a successful soloist. he died in 2010 after becoming paralyzed in a car accident. >> reporter: welcome back,
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everyone, 6:54 saturday morning, warming up in the seven-day forecast. actually today and tomorrow look really, really nice. we're called prefrontal today. what that means, we have a huge area of high pressure sitting off the coast of the carolinas. the wind blow around the high pressure systems in the clockwise fashion. in the north we have an approaching cold front. the air behind the front is
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very, very chilly. all the warm air out here will get squeezed in between the high and the front. that will set up a nice day today and warm day tomorrow. you can see how the numbers drop behind the frontal system. it's 29 toward the north. all this is wrapping in behind that front as it approaches. so today looks good, tomorrow looks good and tomorrow the chilly stuff arrives in time for halloween. pick out the location, nice across the board, jersey shore, 67 degrees, breezy you down the. 69 degrees in philadelphia. lots of sun, poconos cooler, 59 degrees. >> mirror furniture is trendy and it can be costly, you can save a ton of money by doing it yourself. here's how. >> reporter: looking for an elegant and stylish coffee table and don't want to spend $500 for it? you're in luck.
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we have a way to up thrift it for 50 bucks and do it yourself. >> you have expensive taste but not the pocketbook for it. >> yes. this is was 50 bucks, it's not exactly high end. we got a mirror and we'll cut it. if you want to get the high end look you have to do crazy thinks. we'll use gold spray paint to create a high end look. using a glass cutter we picked up at the home improvement store we're scoring the mirror and snapping it off. this is designed for mirror installation so it will have a nice stronghold just for this.
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look at that. wow. >> i love it. >> we're adding gold trim normally used as a door threshhold. it's done. even though it looks like it comes from a high end boutique. it took 40 bucks to make. tune into knock it off sunday nights at 7:00 p.m. on the live well network. next week add class to any space with fake crown molding. the designers will show you how. rowan university in glassboro opened its doors to hundreds of trick or treaters in south jersey. they hosted the event for the kids to collect sweet treats and afterwards they got to check out their moves on the dance floor. they are looking cute. this is the 14th year for the event. getting down there. we have another hour of "action news" coming your way. here's some of the stories we're
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work on for you, a little baseball star, we'll introduce you to the pike. plus, how a natural disaster can create a higher risk of dementia. those stories when "action news" returns.
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>> a pleasant good morning to
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you now, 7:00 a.m., october 29 here's some of the stories we're following on "action news." a woman is hurt after she smashes into a tree in delaware overnight. ahead we hear from local voters on the new e-mail controversy surrounding hillary clinton this morning. a weekend warmup, we'll be able to ditch the coats for at least a couple of days. outside we go, chris sowers is outside it's chilly out there. >> reporter: do not follow my lead, hat, gloves, coat, you will need it. i have a wind breaker on. take a look at the numbers, icy cold, 0 degrees in martins creek. quakertown, 30. tanersville, 30. 34 in warrington, pottstown, 30. lots of frost, coatsville, 32, 42 in center city. saint davids, 35 degrees on the other side of the delaware river we go into south jersey,


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