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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> "action news," delaware valley's leading news program with meteorologist melissa magee, jeff skversky, sarah bloomquist and walter perez. >> just yesterday some were wearing shorts and flip po flip. >> today it's heavy coats. high winds and cold have arrived in the region making it colder outdoors. there are whipping winds. >> that's how we cap off a rollercoaster ride this week starting with sunshine and warm
temperatures and now feeling a lot like christmas with days before thanksgiving. melissa has a look at the forecast. >> walter, we had a reality check closing out the weekend sunday. yesterday we had a high of 72. today in philadelphia we maxed out at 44. it's 28-degrees colder today than yesterday here in the city. part of the problem, we had blustery winds today. the wind advisory until 6:00 a.m. monday, gusting 40 to 45 miles per hour across delaware and lehigh valley. still blustery at this 11:00 hour. we have gists as high as 43 in the poconos, 39 in last cannest and 23 miles per hour in beach haven. here's the culprit, showing you an area of low pressure to the
north, tapping into the westerly winds, blowing in the lake effect snow showers into the lake and snow showers west of the i-94 corridor because the winds are so blustery. current windchill 30 in philadelphia. 28 in redding. cape may, 31, 35 in dover. we talk about what we can expect throughout the day tomorrow. the winds howl 40 to 45 miles per hour. this is key. windchills from the 20s and 30s. a winter weather advisory in the poconos an additional one to two inches of snow. we have the detail in the accuweather forecast, walter. >> thank you, melissa. now to jeanette reyes to see how people are dealing with this reversal of fortune.
>> walter, i think a lot of people were holding out hope to see the weather we saw yesterday. it's not so bad until the winds pick up. you can see the flags blowing in the wind. not surprisingly some are dreading the weather. others are embracing it. >> it's getting cold. it's not that cold, but it's getting there. >> the temperatures were somewhat bearable. >> how are you holing up with the weather? >> hanging in there. >> gusting and temperatures feel in the 30s. it's down right frigid. s ask michelle chang. chang is visiting from upstate new york. she admits she didn't see this coming. >> it had the same weather report so i wasn't prepared for this. >> chang and others are starting to pull out coats more suitable for the weather with help in this case. >> you have a great mom that
sends you warm stuff with boots and sweaters and stuff like that. >> most of those bundled up is robert soto. >> this is your thing? >> we caught him walking down broad street on the phone with a smile on his face in gym shorts with winds in full force. >> i thrive in the winter season. >> you are not joking. >> no, i'm not joking. >> very much serious and with an out look to leave any cold fill dell fan confused. >> i love the weather. i look forward to the snow. then i'll put on pants. we'll see. >> don't be fooled by our guy in the shorts there. it is not the kind of weather you want to walk around in shorts in. the bad news is, there is more of this in store. the best bet is to bundle up. jeanette reyes, "action news,"
channel6. >> thank you, jeanette. >> a large tree fell on henry avenue today on top of two cars. it crushed a parked car and landing oen a moving vehicle trapping a 74-year-old woman inside. neighbors called 911. firefighters rushed to the scene and worked quickly to free the woman. people were saying, we can hear her so we know she's alive. that's before the firefighters saw her. people didn't know how to react. they were in tears, so shocked. >> the woman was rushed to einstein medical center in stable condition. we are told she's going to be okay. >> the following breaking news out of five point points. a woman was rescued an hour ago on the 400 block of marianne
drive. she is being treated for smoke inhalation. we are told several pet cats died in the fire. investigatoinvestigators are woo determine the cause. >> a man was found in a plane cash. troopers found the plane after tracking the pilot's cellphone. officials say he was the only person onboard. >> police in millville cumberland county are investigating a shooting that sent a young person to the hospital. it happened at the oak view apartments. the victim was rushed to the medical center in vine lan. no further information at this hour. >> a delaware county mayor is facing dui charges after fleeing the "as seen on tv scene of an . christy spoke with a resident
that saw it happened. >> the upland mayor hit two parked cars and tried to make a run for it even after a resident tried to get him to stay on scene. >> he was trying to get out of his car. i was like sir, is that your car? he said i'll be right back. >> she said the conversation was brief and she had no idea that the man that allegedly hit her father's suv was the upland mayor. >> residents say it happened just after 3:30 friday morning. that's when police consider called to the unit block of sex 22n22ingnd street. he was found walking near the crash. the 53-year-old was struggling to stand straight.
>> was he moving fast? >> i think he thought he was moving fast but he wasn't. >> we stopped by his residence but no one came to the door. here he talked to me about his run for state representative which he lost in the state election. >> that's shocking to me. i'm happy they caught him. >> his car was towed and he was released on his own recognizance. >> thank you, christy. police are investigating a possible burglary at philadelphia city hall. a maintenance worker saw two men climb through an open window. the worker confronted the men and contacted security. when they arrived the men were gone. there is no damage to the building but they are trying to determine if anything was stolen. >> a manhunt is under way for a
man that shot an officer in san antonio texas. the officer was writing a ticket to a driver when another driver pulled up behind him. that man got out, walked up to the officer and shot him in the head. the officer was benjamin marconi who was 20 years on the force. donald trump met with potential candidates for his cabinet. among them chris christy, former mayor rudy giuliani was also there. he is said to be on the short list for secretary of state. mitt romney is also said to be a contender for secretary of state. trump confirmed that his wife and youngest son will not move to the white house right away.
my lanme lane yamelania and te e ron will finish the school year as home. >> pence was met with a mix of cheesier and boos when he arrived. as far as the boos, he told his daughter that, that's what freedom sounds like. >> president obama held his final news conference on foreign soil today. he says he won't remain quiet about comments made by the president elect if necessary. he spent time in lima peru before returning to the united states. he said making a trump transition is a priority for him. he plans not to be a critic but
reserves the right to speak out if trump's policies breech values or ideals. a vacation is first on his agenda. >> my intention is for the next two months to finish my job and after that to take michelle on vacation, get some rest, spend time with my girls, and do some writing, do some thinking. >> obama was spotted earlier today meeting with russian president vladimir putin. it is not known what the two discussed. still to come, a woman planning to run the marathon is celebrating two reasons. first she ran the race. second, she's getting married. we'll show you what happened. >> and preparation for the sixth duncan doughnut thanksgiving parade. >> and the eagles drop another
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>> final preparations continue tonight for the sixth abc duncan doughnuts parade. the action cam caught dancers rehearsing at the double street hotel. the parade just four days away. practice began at 4:30 this afternoon and wrapped up a few hours ago. be sure to tune into channel6 to watch the thanksgiving day parade thanksgiving day at 9:00 a.m. here on "6abc." >> today's cold and wind made for a tough race for the thousands ofrs that spent months preparing. today they laced up the running shoes. >> before running took place,
getting warm was the number one. >> should go down as the sun comes up. >> so you hope. >> we are hoping. >> that hope never materialized. once the race materialized the winds were still blowing. the runners didn't care. the young woman that won went 2:36:26. >> i'm surprised i kept my gloves and hat on, but it wasn't too bad. >> the runners were moving. the spectators had no remedy but clothes and at times there were lots of them. >> blankets, sweat pants, everything. >> everything you could find in your closet. is it working? >> it is working.
>> that's john alan who proposed to his fiance amy duncan at the finish line. amy said yes. >> i can't believe it. >> you were moving fast. item feels amazing. >> how do you feel? >> crazy, static, nervous. i feel like i ran a marathon. >> another look at the marathon, 30,000 runners participated today. back to the engagement, amy had no idea it was coming. >> an act of kindness was captured during the marathon. the man in the middle there collapsed in the race and two others picked him up and helped him to the finish line.
melissa here the accuweather. somehow i think the 70s are behind us. >> yeah, you need the coats and gloves, all the stuff you don't like to get. double scan radar, it's dry. not a lot of issues with precipitation. if you are in the poconos, we are dealing with snow showers. we'll talk about why we are dealing with snow north and west of town. from the temple university camera looking at the center city skyline looking at city hall as well, mostly cloudy skies and chilly numbers. the high today, 44-degrees. for the majority of the day, windchill in the 20s and 30s. 27 in the poconos. cape may 40-degrees. factor in the constant and stiff
westerly winds, feels like 30 in philadelphia. current weather in the poconos, 14. 28 in melville and at the freezing mark in trenton. here's why. action radar showing an area of pressure to the north of philadelphia and upstate new york. the winds are counterclockwise tapping into the philadelphia winds. because the winds are strong, it's blowing lake effect snow to our area. the area of low pressure to the north isn't making much progress to the east tomorrow leaving conditions over head to follow us monday. winter weather advisory stays up to 4:00 a.m. for carbon and monroe county for the poconos. when it's all done and said, two to four inches of snow fall. tomorrow, mostly cloudy, gustsee
wind advisory stays up until 6:00 a.m. monday. the high in the city, 45. 46 in melville. 46 in allentown. 6:00 tomorrow morning, 20s in philadelphia. teens in lancaster. single digits in the poconos. not much recovery by 3:00, 34 in the city. 30 in redding and 32 by 8:00 p.m. layer up those kiddos for the bus stop forecast. here's exclusive accuweather forecast. monday, cold, windy, high temperature 45. chilly tuesday but the winds relax and 48 for the high. wednesday, sun to increasing
clouds. 50 on wednesday and rain wednesday night. thursday, for thanksgiving, on and off rain and 54. friday, 56 mostly sunny. saturday, clouds and sun high of 53. sunday, partly sunny skies with a high of 51. chilly early in the week and for thanksgiving, tracking rain for the parade. >> a new trend online is forcing two internet giants to change their policies. a lot of people sell fake news stories. some say they swayed the election. >> there are infinite sources of information coming from everywhere. >> how do we decipher fact from fiction? what can be done? that's tomorrow on channel6 "action news" at 11:00. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ think of your fellow man.
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>> it's going to be a long flight home. the eagles looked like a team not on par with the elite. the birds took the only lead of the game in the first quarter. carson wentz, four yard touchdown, 7-6 eagles. seattle would respond. they finished off the drive with a scramble by wilson finding graham for the touchdown. seahawks 16-7 at the half. in the second positio possessioe third quarter, wentz throws his second interception of the game. ryan matthews injured early. seattle turned that into seven more. doug baldwin threw the first touchdown pass of ever. the seattle quarterback with 0. eagles lose 27-16.
>> eagles receivers had two catches for 15-yards until the fourth quarter when it was too late. ten games into the season and same old story for the eagles, mistakes and drops. >> we have so many mistakes that keep hurting us. we are leaving big plays out there, scores out there. we have to detail our work. it's fru frustrating. >> nellon agalar is nailed for a penalty and has another wide open drop. his confidence drop today an all time low. >> i hate losing. i hate losing. more importantly, i mate not hat competing at the level me as an individual can compete at. it's not about the effort.
sometimes it's about my own head. >> he's a friend before a teammate. we have to rally around him, keep him positive and uplifted. >> i'm going to keep loving on him and encouraging him and not be down on him. we have not lost confidence in him. i have not lost confidence in him. we have to keep encouraging him. >> hopefully they can correct it. they are down a bad road. they have lost five straight road games for the first time since 2012. of jeff skversky, "action news" >> we talk birds and big pictures tonight after "action news" at 11:00. you will like the big picture because the cowboys, won, giants won and packsers are here a week from wednesday to play football. happy birthday chris jenkins.