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>> a pleasant good morning to you, 6:00 a.m., saturday, november 5. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news." fiery crash, one person is dead after a two-car crash send two vehicles into a utility pole in the northeast. septa's buses and trolleys still at a standstill. the agency and the workers have not reached a deal. millions of gallons of water gushes into the street from a water main break. we have the latest information for you. first, meteorologist chris sowers joins us with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
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you say it's going to be a flawless weekend. >> reporter: perfect weekend to go out and rake outline the leaves. looking live sky6 live hd penns landing not cold enough to do ice skating. we'll see a pattern change that will arrive by the middle of the month. that will bring colder changes to the region. it's chilly out there, but it's not bad for this time of the year. 36 degrees in slatington. 32 quakertown, 36 in fleetwood. 32 in oxford. glassboro, 32. cinnaminson, 36. hammonton, 32. vineland, 33. dover, checking in at 37. satellite and radar crystal clear out there right now. we have a few clouds across the p-a/new york state line. poconos mostly sunny skies, a gorgeous day. if you're heading to the unity
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cup citizens bank park this afternoon, 2:00 p.m. temperature, 60 degrees. 4:00 p.m., 62. 6:00 p.m., back down to 06 once again getting near flawless afternoon. tomorrow equally as nice, when i come back we'll talk about that and and the election day forecast and the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> look forward to the update. 6:02 the time. we have an update about the massive water main break that flooded east falls parking lot. there was significant improvement after the area was inundated by millions of gallons of water. several people had to be rescued yesterday. four stores were impacted. it's costing half a million dollars in damages. the philadelphia water department said this is the fourth time this happened in the area since january 2014. 6 million gallons of water spilled out. shopping carts and debris and
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mannequins surged into the street. >> we ended up rescuing or moving across the water 75 people and shelter 150 in various locations throughout the shopping center. >> i took that rag and was stomping it and wringing it and stomping it. i just got my rugs cleaned all them are soaking welt. >> reporter: the water mains are 100 years old, there are talks to reroute some of the transmission lines. that takes a whole lot of money, we're talking millions of dollars and it takes time. one person is dead after a collision in northeast philadelphia. western that one cash burst into flames on grant after around 2:00 a.m. the impact of the crash cause a car to slammed into a utility pole. that brought down high tension lines igniting the car in a strip mall parking lot. firefighters had to wait until
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peco could set off the power before putting out the flames. >> the body in the vehicle that was the burned was burned beyond recognition, right now it's a skeleton, you can't tell if it is a male or female, you can't tell the age. we don't know who the person is. the vehicle was so badly damage from the accident and the burns we can't tell what vehicle it is. a devastating and heartbreaking scene playing out there. two people in the other car are recovering in the hospital. they are in stable condition. 6:04. septa strike is getting ugly. today marks day five of the workers off the job. septa has filed a lawsuit trying to force workers back on the job. jeff chirico has the details. >> they said the judge was very clear today that there's no competent evidence. >> reporter: attorney general for the union praised the judge
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who ruled that the septa workers strike is not causing a clear and present danger to philadelphia that's the argument that septa made in court pointing to those who rely on the transit system the most, school children, the poor, disabled and sick. the union maintained it's not that bad. >> people are finding alternate ways to get where they have to get. >> we're not going do lie down and can't resolve the strike and watch our passengers suffer. >> reporter: the strike stopped 900 transit rides a day leading to gridlock and long commutes as would be passengers find alternate ways to travel. >> it's no good, spending more gas and time. >> let's go septa get back to work these people need to get around. >> reporter: the word is the
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stoppage could affect voter turnout on tuesday, both sides return to court on monday morning where septa asks the judge to file an injunction before election day. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> the "action news" morning team will get an early start monday morning, tune in a half-hour early at 4:00 a.m. for up to the minute information on your morning commute. 6:06. it's the final weekend for the race to the white house, today hillary and donald trump are holding rallies in florida, both are focusing on the battleground state in pennsylvania. tonight, hillary clinton haldz a get out the -- holds a get out the vote rally at the mann center with katie perry. >> donald trump said he does not need stars to win over
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voters. he pledges to win pennsylvania big. no republican presidential candidate has won pennsylvania in 30 years. while the presidential race has been contentious, the competition for delaware's next governor has been more civil. vernon odem spoke to both candidates. congressman and the gop candidate have no insults or smack downs no dirt tricks, just issues facing the state of delaware, taxes to deficits to infrastructure and crime in the schools. >> we can better target the bad guys in the city of wilmington and we need better community policing model that works where we are developing better relationships between law enforce. and the community. >> reporter: the fact that we are addressing these issues sort
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of we don't want to hurt anybody's feelings we're concerned about the police union and the city's wilmington, nonsense, people are getting shot. >> we've got to address the root causes of these problems. it's all about the inability or ineffectiveness of kids growing up in the city. >> we have to combine the police force and we get the safety in the neighborhoods we can talk about improving education. >> reporter: in this deep blue state a recent pole those karen karen -- carney up. >> being republican in delaware is tough regardless of whose on top of the ticket. >> i appreciate his friendship and i look forward to working with him, no matter what
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happens. >> the civility is legendary, it never seems to change no matter how stormy the weather is at the national level. i'm vernon odem channel 6 "action news." >> chris christie will not be on the campaign trail for donald trump scheduled for today following the verdict of his two former allies in the bridgegate trial. brigette kelly and baroni were convicted on all counts yesterday closing the george washington bridge to punish the mayor for not sporting his election bid. four shooting victims showed i happen at several different hospitals. this morning, philadelphia detectives are questioning the men who dropped them off there. all the victims were what police described as walking wounded.
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they showed up at the same time. appears someone started shooting in the area of 5th and springfield avenue in southwest philadelphia late last night. so far no arrests have been made. police in delaware county searching for the man who they say cashed a check belonging to a cancer patient. this is an image from td bank in astin. it shows michael allison cashing a 400-dollar check stolen from his grandmother in upper darby. that woman who is 68 years old is battling cancer. >> they lied saying they would do the laundry, during the course of grandmom being gracious enough to let him in the house, they steal a check. the grandmother tipped him off after confronting the girlfriend who confessed to needing the money. samsung recalls washing
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machines, we have the information you need to know straight ahead. >> looking for honda owners, the government is looking for those when takata air bags. we have information ready for penndot as we gear up for the winter season. >> reporter: we're gearing up, but not they could, some locations are dealing with the windchill mainly in the lehigh valley. get set for a perfect weekend in the delaware and the lehigh valleys, details up next. i approve this message.
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donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! 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!"
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at a neighborhoods a restaurafavorite - a place for a good, family meal. she juggled customers, cooks, waitresses - and never complained. my dad was a police officer walking his beat. i learned from both what it means to be honest, to work hard, and love family. big banks, wall street, special interests - that's who pat toomey's with. in the senate, i'll work for you and your family. i'm katie mcginty, and i approve this message.
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ready for whatever old man winter may bring this season. they outlined their plans for any winter weather that may come our way. the agency gave us a look at the equipment that's primed and ready to go. penndot said they shall think about winter so they are ready when the snow hits. i'm not ready for snow. >> reporter: we've got time. >> today and tomorrow, great, right? >> reporter: near flawless weather. i've been saying it all morning, especially for this time of the career. a ton of sunshine on sky6 live hd both today and tomorrow, temperatures in the 60s. a beautiful shot of the ben franklin bridge, nice and quiet this morning, a little chilly, but not windy like yesterday, quiet honestly we can handle 30. storm tracker 6 live double
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scan, nothing going on, high, thin clouds upstairs to the north. that's about it. 41 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint 32. pressure 30.28 inches. holding stealed, the winds are -- holding steady, the winds are light out of the west/southwest. get a load of this, this is sunset time. we are under -- we're turning the clock back one hour, starting tomorrow it's going to remind you a little bit more of winter as the sun sets very, very early. 33 degrees in allentown. poconos 37. philadelphia, 41. millville, 31. trenton, 33, cape may, 45. some locations are dealing with a windchill. feels like 28 in allentown, feels like 22 in the poconos. and feels like 43 in language.
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there's a huge area of high pressure sitting over top of washington, d.c. the high sinks so there's no wind when the air is sinking. the today and tomorrow is beautiful for this time of the year. future tracker 6, 3:30 p.m., mostly sunny skies, a few thin clouds that's about it. we could see clouds overnight and before dawn that moves out and we'll get a mostly sunny day, sunday into monday, mostly sunny skies. overnight tonight, temperatures are milder that were what we're seeing this morning and we get into tomorrow afternoon, another day of high temperatures close to 63. monday here's the cold front,
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the back door cold front sneaking in from canada, it will slide through sunday night into monday morning. that will bring us a cooler day monday, the modeling has us at 54, accuweather will go 57, 58. that's the only chilly day in the the exclusive accuweather five-day forecast. at least compared to seasonal averages. 62 in reading. wilmington, 62. dover, 63. cape may, 61. overnight tonight, clear as a whistle. 41 in allentown. comfortable temperatures, 48 in philadelphia. wilmington, 45. millville, 42. dover, 46 degrees. tomorrow afternoon met life stadium in the meadow landslide, eagles taking on the giants, perfect weather, 57 degrees, kickoff temperature, 1:00 p.m. 4th quarter, a ton of sunshine, a bit of a breeze winds out of the north/northwest at 10 to 20 miles per hour. that's the only issue for the game tomorrow. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 63 degrees today. we do it all over again, 63
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tomorrow. monday, cooler day, 58. tuesday, election day, a beautiful day, sunny skies, 67. wednesday and thursday, both look good, 63, 62 ann friday and saturday clouds and sun, 62 degrees. don't forget turn the clocks back one hour tonight before you go to bed. a lot of them do it automatically. >> iphones. >> reporter: i used to have a problem with that when i started this shift, now the phones automatically do it for you. this important event helps to raise research forecastleman's disease that affects the limp nodes and -- lymph photos and related issues. persony prazenica and alicia vitarelli served as emcee.
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pat toomey and donald trump both would defund planned parenthood,
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and criminalize women's right to choose.
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"there has to be some form of punishment." "for the woman?" "yeah." "i would suggest that we have penalties for doctors... who perform them." and when donald trump insulted women and bragged about... sexual assault, pat toomey refused to reject him. pat toomey: won't stand up to trump. won't stand up for women. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> time now, 6:21, there's another recall involving samsung. the company is recalling 3 million washing machines, the lids on top of the machines can fly off while operating at high speed. 700 cases have been reported and nine people have been injured. samsung said it will make repairs for free to the machine or possibly give a refund. the national highway traffic safety administration
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wants honda to higher investigators to find owners of 300,000 cars. they have the dangerous takata air bag inflaters. they want companies to send them out in different languages and take service trucks into neighborhoods and repair the bags on the spot. they have 50% chance of repturing. 13,000 have been repaired. there's just 49 days to christmas. walmart and amazon have announced big discounts according to the national retail federation, the average person will spend $935 on gifts, food and everything needed to deck the halls this year.
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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know
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more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of them." vo: just one. everyone, 6:25 saturday morning, gray is getting upset he wants to know wrest -- where's the colder. this is the jet stream, it's the
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super highway of storms, it represents different temperatures, north of the line is cold, south of the line is warm. this is all warm air. in order to get cold into the mid atlantic and the northeast, this all has to back up, this little bubble has to back up and hit the west coast that will allow the jet stream to drop to the south and the jet will look like. that will allow the winds to shift out of the northwest we get cold in here. the problem is the jet stream, the specific jet is warm, we're seeing storm after storm after storm, this is the gulf of alaska. this is the west coast. united states. here's one, it continues to race west to east across the pacific. batter the west coast of the united states, and drive mild air across the lower 48. when this slows down and weakens that's what we'll go cold around here. it doesn't look like that will happen anytime soon.
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maybe later this month. jersey shore, sunny, 64. him philadelphia, 63. poconos, it is mountains, 53 degrees and lots of sunshine. >> in sports this morning, eagles explain releasing josh huff after his run in with police. here's here's jamie apody. >> reporter: coach peterson talks about releasing josh huff. >> i was not persuaded, i try in the organization, from mr. lori down, we want to keep everybody we can. we felt for the best of the organization, by the team this was obviously the best. >> reporter: with huff gone, a former undrafted free agent who was released from the 49ers said
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he is ready. >> are you going to show what you can do at this level. >> i'm excited to show myself. put myself in a position to win run it down on gun or kickoff, whatever the team needs me to do, i'll be ready to do it. >> >> reporter: temple took it to the huskies. philip walker threw 3 touchdown passes in the first quarter. the owls allowed 160 yards. huskies didn't like that at all. ucon, 21 nothing. we'll have more on the temple football play book, 9:45 a.m., right here on channel 6. if you had to wait 180 years for parade you will pull out all the stops, too. 5 million people took to the streets yesterday to watch the world series champs.
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nobody went to work or school, they all went there. the trophy was carried down the seven mile parade route. the team held a rally at grant park, even the river turned blue. i was basically the only person not at the parade. have a great morning. that's sports. this is an individual who mocked a disabled reporter... i don't know what i said, ahh... who attributed a reporter's questions to her menstrual cycle. trump: blood coming out of her...wherever. he is not a person who is equipped in temperament, judgment or character
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to lead our troops. donald trump has created a toxic atmosphere pitting one group against another. he's a mexican. claiming a person can't do the job because of their race is sort of like the textbook definition of a racist comment. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. prioriat a neighborhoods a is rerestaurafavorite - a place for a good, family meal. she juggled customers, cooks, waitresses - and never complained. my dad was a police officer walking his beat. i learned from both what it means to be honest, to work hard, and love family. big banks, wall street, special interests - that's who pat toomey's with. in the senate, i'll work for you and your family. i'm katie mcginty, and i approve this message. >> a river of water a main
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breaks sending millions of gallons of water into a shopping center. police in south jersey disomp a man shot in the -- discover a man shot in the head on a south jersey thoroughfare. deadlocked, we'll have the latest word on the septa strike and it's workers. you say two thumbs up. >> reporter: two thumbs up. we have a gorgeous stretch of weather going back a couple of weeks. it will continue through the weekend and the next couple of weeks. it's quiet out there this morning, it's a little chilly. we lost the blustery winds. yesterday was windy we had winds whipping around 30 to 35 miles per hour. right now we're seeing wind speeds 3 to 5 miles per hour.
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poconos 37. reading, 33. philadelphia, 41. millville, 31. cape may, 44. the 24 how are temperature change is impressive. most locations running anywhere from 11 to 16, to 21 degrees colder than the same time yesterday. satellite and radar showing a whole lot of nothing. we have cloud cover to the north and upstate new york and new england, mid atlantic, south carolina and the virginias, delmarva, it looks good. that's the way it will look later this afternoon. lots of sunshine, mild temperatures, 1:00 p.m., 59. 3:00 p.m., 62 by 5:00 p.m., 63 degrees that is our forecasted high for today. gray? >> okay, chris, thank you for the update. police are searching for two men after two children were shot while they were playing. the kids were innocent victims caught in the crossfire. the chopper 6 hd above the scene central avenue in chester,
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delaware county. the children, 11-year-old boy and 13-year-old boy were rushed to children's hospital in philadelphia. the boy had to have surgery. two men were seen running from the shooting. an unbelievable seen at east falls shopping center. 6 million gallons of water gushing into the street after a water main break. 75 people had to be rescued. this is not the first time they have had to endure all of this. dann cuellar has the details. >> reporter: from chopper 6 hd you get the idea of what happened. a gusher of water that turned the lot into a river. some customers have been through this before. >> a man came in and said there's water outside, i said hell, no, i started hopping out the door. >> i panicked, i didn't think.
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>> reporter: at first dwhrans from the air it -- glance from the air it looked like a body floating in the water, but it was a mannequin. >> we moved 75 people and sheltered 150 throughout the shopping center. >> reporter: this is the fourth time the lines have ruptured. because of the history -- >> the valve was not fully open. we wanted to get a quicker shut. it's 100 plus turns. >> reporter: that's a lot of turns. by the time they shut it off, 6 million gallons of water had spewed out causing $500,000 worth of damage to businesses and people's car. >> i water was all the way up here, i took the rag i was wringing it and stomping it. >> reporter: some customers
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think it's time to find another place to shop. >> this place is cursed. >> reporter: this is the site of the old tastykake bakery. they duraned to reroute the transmission lines out of here, but it takes time and the cost of millions of dorms. in east falls, dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." 6:35, still no deal, it is day five of the septa strike and a major court ruling appears to be derailing talks between both sides. the agency and the union will only work through a moderator. they called off face-to-face negotiations yesterday. that's when the judge denied the request to force the striking employees back to work. the judge ruled it is not causing a clear and present danger to the city. >> people in philadelphia are finding alternate ways to get where they have to get. they are walking and riding bikes and leasing cars and sharing rides.
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>> reporter: we're not going to lie down an can't resolve the strike and watch our passengers suffer. not going to do it. >> there's concern that the strike could affect voter turnout on tuesday. if contract talks go anywhere, both sides return to the courtroom on monday morning when septa asks a judge to file an injunction to halt the strike on election day. we'll continue to monitor the strike throughout the weekend, check strike. we'll have information as soon as developments happen. a report of an unconscious man in a car leads troops to a crime scene. new jersey state police and medics found the vehicle on 42 southbound in belmawr. the man believed to be in his 20s was shot in the back of the head. he is at cooper university hospital listed in critical condition. troopers are trying to figure out what happened.
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turning now to the race for the white house. we are just three days until election day. hillary clinton has a slight lead in the latest abc news washington post poll. nationally she leads donald trump 47 to 43% that's within the margin of error which means statistically this race is still a dead heat in the final weekend before the big election. trump had a busy day on the trail. he ended the day in hershey pennsylvania. he started the day in new hampshire which is a crucial state where trump has a chance of beating hillary clinton. trump campaigned in ohio, yesterday. >> i want my daughter growing up see a woman leading had your country. >> beyounce performed and spoke to a crowd in ohio. her husband, jay-z performed at the same rally.
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the couple introduced the democratic nominee to the crowd. later today clinton will be in philadelphia where katie perry will rally for a vote at a concert at the mann center. ♪ legendary musician stevie wonder performed get out the vote concert in center city. he sang at 17th an walnut last night. >> we'll have special digital coverage on election night. join jim gardner and our panel of experts following local state and national races after the polls close, our special digital coverage begins at 8:00 p.m. on time 6:38 officer killed in the line of duty. the new york police department is mourning the loss of one of its own and hoping for the speedy recovery of another officer. we'll have the details on the shootout of the suspect. many are ready in delaware
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toss their pumpkins as far as they will fly. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, "action news" saturday morning continues after the break. ♪
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at a neighborhoods a restaurafavorite - i'm hillary clinton a place for a good, family meal. she juggled customers, cooks, waitresses - and never complained. my dad was a police officer walking his beat. i learned from both what it means to be honest, to work hard, and love family. big banks, wall street, special interests - that's who pat toomey's with. in the senate, i'll work for you and your family. i'm katie mcginty, and i approve this message. more information about the suspect accused of killing new york city police officer and injuring a second sergeant.
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while he was killed by police in a shootout yesterday, he had 17 prior arrests some for harassment according to the new york city police commissioner. they saw him after he leftess estranged wife's home he held a person hostage. a police trainee inter veenld. >> you saw the gun come out the windows and rounds being fired and fell police officers go down. he responded like a professional of 30 years, meanwhile, he was just three days, the officer was married and father of two young children. the witness who recorded the infamous video has testified in court, the cell phone shows the police officer shooting scott after he ran from a traffic stop in april 2015. the man was asked why he did not turnover the video to police, he said initially he thought scott survived, so he didn't think the
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recording matteredded. if convicted the police officer could face 30 years. an investigation into the team led to the discovery of a lewd document that was circulated online. saturday the men's team has been suspended for the rest of the season. the soccer team is currently in first place in the ivy league. people are putting their old jack-o-lanterns for good use by smashing them in the pumpkin chunkin' contest. the event was cancel because of insurance and liability issues there. good weather for chunkin' some
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pumpkins. >> reporter: before we get to the weather, i've been saying this wrong all morning. is it clear as a bell or clear as a whistle. >> it's clean as a whistle and clear as a bell. >> reporter: somebody let us know what's going on. looking live at penns landing, it's crystal clear, it's blustery and chilly, not as winds as what we saw yesterday with gusts up to 30 35 miles per hour. now we're seeing wind speeds in the 3 to 5-mile an hour range. 63 degrees ask what we'll top out this afternoon. it's close to the seasonal average for this time of the year. sunset, get ready for this, the
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sun will set close to what happened yesterday, tomorrow night, the sun sets at 4:46 p.m., big, big changes. we're looking a lot of daylight. 33 in reading. approximate 33 in trenton. 44 in cape may. high pressure in control of the weather this weekend that means both today and tomorrow, crystal clear not much in the way of clouds, we'll see comfortably warm temperatures highs around 63 and the slightest breeze. here's the storm track, all the cloud cover passes on by west of new england we stay high and dry. the lower 48 is nice, as well. we have showers in the lonestar state of texas and weather battering the packed northwest.
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high plains no problems out there today. surface map breezy and quiet, seasonable, high pressure in control. tomorrow night into monday morning, this back door cold front slides through, but the air behind it is not all that cold, it's cooler, but not bad for this time of the year. this will put highs in the upper 50s as we get into monday. sunday, another day featuring sunshine and comfortable temperatures highs in the low 60s. as we get into next week, look at this, not too bad at all, there's only a 20% chance of showers on wednesday and thursday, in a means there's an 80% chance you will not see anything at all. the up coming week, mostly sunny and breezy. 64 degrees with a light breeze out of the we also at 10 to 15 miles per hour. ton of sunshine, wall-to-wall blue skies, 1:00 p.m., closing in on 6o5:00 p.m., 63.
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overnight tonight, 41 degrees outlying suburbs. 48 for center city. winds light out of the north northwest 5 to 10 miles per hour. election day, 1:00 p.m., sunshine, 4:00 p.m., 67. and by 7:00 p.m. we're down to 62 degrees. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, near flawless, 63 degrees, monday, cooler, lots of sunshine, 58 degrees. with the breeze feeling like the low to mid 50s. tuesday, sunny and mild, 67. tuesday wednesday, chance of a shower, 63. thursday, 62. friday, another 20% of a shower and 62 degrees. perfect weather for throwing pumpkins. i would like to remind you, you can get the seven-day
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when government bureaucrats refused to approve a cancer vaccine equally for both girls and boys, i stepped in to change that rule. when my own party held up recovery funds after sandy hit us, i took them on and won. and when veterans were forced to travel out of state for health care, i brought in new local clinics and expanded services. but there's much more to do. my mission is to protect south jersey's way of life. i'm frank lobiondo and i approve this message.
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topping our people scene, meryl streep is about to add to her long list of accolades. she will receive the golden dploab crowd standing -- globe award for out standing contributions. mel gibson is back behind a camera telling a heroic true story and the animated film is just the recipe for kids. >> shape reality. we traveled great distances. when benedict can no longer be a surgeon, he becomes dr. strange,
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box offices are looking for the marvel to give ticket sales a boost. >> reporter: younger set there's control an animated movie about the big doll with big hair. justin timberlake is a voice which they believe will open at 30 to $40 million. andrew garfield stars in the hack saw ridge based on on the true story of a conscientious object rejecter who saved lives and won medals in world war ii. this is looking at a 12 to 15 million-dollar debut. in hollywood, i'm david daniels.
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>> reporter: welcome back everyone, 6:55 saturday morning, taking a look at satellite and radar as you can see there's nothing going on. we have a few clouds across the high plains and into the heartland of the nation, showers south of dallas. that's about it. what we have going on is a huge area of high pressure. it's almost like a protective bubble. it wraps around us, all the storms go up into canada and around us and out to sea. as long as that high is it's hard to get weather across the eastern half of the united states. it will keep us high and dry today with comfortable temperatures in the 60s. right now it doesn't look all that impressive, we're in the 30s and 40s.
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chicago, 38. bismarck, 34. cincinnati, 37, philadelphia, 41 degrees. jersey shore looks good, sun and clouds, 64. philadelphia, 63. a little breezy, ton of sun. poconos slightly cooler, 53 degrees, lots of sunshine. >> reporter: thank you so much for the update. crown molding can get costly and quickly, you can create the look for much less, here's the do it yourself project. >> reporter: crown molding adds class and style to any space, the bigger it is, the more expense issue it is. that's why we tried this knock it off project by using less wood and less money and more point. i have a peace of crown molding and this molding neither is expensive. we'll finish it off like you have a chunky piece of molding like you have on the bottom. >> we cut and install the crown
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you, 7:00 a.m., saturday, november 5. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news." fiery crash, one person is dead after a two car collision sends a vehicle into a uutility pole in the northeast. septa subways and buses and trolleys are still at a standstill. thousands of gallons of water gush into the street after a major water main break. outside we go to chris sowers you said it's going to be a perfect weekend. both days in the 60s, however we're far f


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