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and took off with jewelry and toys. bundle up, old man winter is knocking at the door. if you're like me, don't let him in. we have snow in parts of the area. >> reporter: he will bust your door down, that's what's going to do, gray. >> meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: the cold air doesn't arrive until the end of the week. we'll see light snow tonight and rain for the rest of the week. tuesday through thursday, i'll get into that in a minute. let's go down to cape may, there you go, we have partly sunny skies and somewhat mild temperatures, 43 degrees in philadelphia. this time of the year not all that bad. we lost the gusty breeze so it feels like 43. allentown, 42. poconos ten degrees colder, 32. millville, 34. cape may, checking in at 44. satellite and radar along with action radar, clouds on the
increase today as we watch the system approach from the tennessee valley that will move in here overnight tonight. today looks okay, partly sunny, breezy, 49 degrees is the forecasted high. i want to go back to the radar real quick. this is the system we're watching here, the chicago game is on tv today, that will be fun to watch. it will be in the snow. 248 move east over the next 12 to 24 hours and produce within they mix for our neck of the woods overnight tonight. when i come back in ten minutes i'll have the timing for you and let you know when it gets out of here and the arctic blast in the seven-day forecast. >> the "action news" morning team will keep you updated on the weather conditions as you head out the front door, tomorrow with tam, matt, dave and karen at 4:30 a.m. this morning 9 people are dead after an inferno consumes a building fire crews have been
working through the night at the scene of the intense fire. the bodies of the victims have been pulled from the rubble of the converted warehouse known as the ghost ship. this blaze ignited in oakland during an electronic music party. it is believed 100 were at the party. crews are looking for two dozen people who are unaccounted for this morning. officials say an investigation had already been taking place at this warehouse looking into whether people had been living there illegally. happening right now, the search continues for the suspect police were chasing going the wrong way down i-95 causing a collision with another car. the scene was ridley township, the suspect was heading south in the northbound lanes of i-95 when it smashed into the other car. the suspect then jumped out of the car and ran into a nearby wood wood area. a search with k-9 units and
thermal imaging cameras turned up nothing. there's no word on the other person's injuries. new information to tell you about from the mayfair section of philadelphia. the action cam was on the 4600 block of oakmont street where police say masked gunmen carried out a home invasion. the suspects stole jury and children's toys and ran away. no reports of any injuries. the effort to force a statewide recount of the presidential election may be heading to the federal courts. late last night a green party official said former presidential candidate jill stein plans to seek an emergency federal court order tomorrow. the stein campaign said it is committed in its effort for a recount in pennsylvania, but can't afford to pay for the
costs associated with it. stein wants to know whether or not voting machines and systems in pennsylvania were hacked to alter the final tally. donald trump was the first republican to win pennsylvania since 1988. people in philadelphia will never forget what they saw, they saw foam that filled the streets from a peco substation. the sight was enough to alarm a lot of people. >> saw in the backyard, the invasion of the foam monster. >> the fire ray alarm was going -- fire alarm was going on. i heard a huge explosion. >> then all of a sudden what looked like giant soap bubbles started flowing down in front of our house. >> quiet the sight, some people were calling it the foam
monster. the foam did it job preventing fire in a build from spreading. investigator are looking into what caused this. 9:05 a.m., a big weekend for pennsylvania college football teams. temple and penn state won their championship games. both teams happily hoisted the trophies with their players. both teams will learn where they play. it could be mean a playoff spot for happy valley. how can you not celebrate. there was plenty of celebrating when the trophy was hoisted after last night's triumphant come back win. the historic victory against wisconsin marked another giant leap for the prime minister. the 38-31 win was the biggest come back in the big ten championship. penn state was down three
touchdowns but they roared back to shock wisconsin. it is the first conference title for penn state since 2008. fans could not be more excited. >> if the committee goes what they said, head to head, we should be in. we're going to the cotton bowl florida where are we going? so exiting. >> the fans will learn where they are going bowling, is what it's called in college football. that announcement comes down early this afternoon. temple's big win over navy came as a surprise to a lot of people in the college football world, but not the students who go to temple, deliriously happy owl fans whooped it up at temple yesterday they they kept piling
on the points. >> i thought it was going fob a closerrer game. >> everybody was -- a closer game. >> everybody was doubting us, saying navy's got it. >> we want the football bowl committee to realize this. >> reporter: the faces say it all. the newly crowned american athletic conference champion are celebrating the title that illuded them last year, now they will see which bowl the title earned them. game day against the eagles in neat. the birds have one win in five road games this season. much of the blame has been put on the defense. jeff skeverski will have a live report from cincinnati on "action news" at noon. county singer grairnlg smith is still in the -- granger
smith is in the hospital after he fell from a stage during a performance. this video shows him taking a fall friday night at the star land ballroom. he managed to get back up and continue on with the concert. he was standing on a audio monitor that gave way and fell into a metal barricade. he was taken to the hospital where he was treated for two broken ribs and partially collapsed lung. four concerts next week were canceled. first responders and dispatchers in delaware county used training and compassion to save a man's life. a man called 911 from his cell phone after falling inside his home in chester. he was too disoriented to give his exact location. they used technology to find his general area and they listened to the emergency siren from his
cell phone. once in the right neighborhood, police and ems went door to door until they found the victim. >> the gentleman was in distress we were going to get help to him no matter what we had to do. >> i could hear the knock and i couldn't wait to tell them on the radio, that was them knocking. >> the man was taken to the hospital and expected to be okay. >> we're grateful for the first responders out there. 9:09 a.m. when it comes to dating in the 21 century online appears -- apps are being used, but you have to be careful, and women are fighting back. we take a live look sky6 live hd at the commodor barry bridge this sunny and sparkly sharp-looking sunday morning. meteorologist chris sowers has
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>> a lot of rain in texas. meteorologist chris sowers tracking rain coming our way, and snow earlier? >> reporter: yeah a little bit north of philadelphia. it is december, though, it's that time of the year. last december was 70 degrees christmas day, so who knows, right? let's get you outside and show you the view as we look at dilworth park from our city hall camera. what a beautiful shot. one thing you're noticing the flag whipping around in the wind like yesterday at this time. the numbers you see behind me actually feel like the numbers and not the windchills of yesterday. 43 in philadelphia. allentown, 42. the poconos ten degrees colder. millville, 44. atlantic city, 43. so what's going on across the country. we have a couple of areas of low pressure, there's one down here and then there's one up here, the packers game today, the
chicago game soldier field both games will be played in the snow. cincinnati where the eagles are playing that will be played in the rain. this storm will pull east. this storm is pulling east that will spread moisture in overnight tonight in the form of rain and light snow for the lehigh valley and the poconos. so, eagles taking on the bengals 1:00 p.m. today. paul brown stadium in cincinnati. kickoff, cloudy skies, 45 degrees, there could be a stray shower around early. you will notice more rain during the second half. 44 degrees for the 4th quarter, just a light breeze out of the east at 5 miles per hour. eagles have not been good on the road this year, maybe the weather will help them out today. back in the philadelphia area, 5:00 p.m., we'll see increasing clouds and the rain and snow starts to overspread the area after midnight. actually, 3:00 a.m. i want you to know how far to
the north the rain/snow line is. in the lehigh valley, poconos we'll see white flakes. everybody else will see rain with the system. the good news, by 9:00 a.m., most of it is gone tomorrow morning. most of monday will feature combination of sun and clouds, or clouds decreasing throughout the day, so what you need to know here, light rain developing after midnight between the hours of 3:00 a.m., 8:00 a.m. tomorrow, it will be light snow in the lehigh valley for the poconos. minor accumulations are possible, mainly on grassy surfaces, picnic tables things like that. most of the roads will be clear. however you get into the poconos higher elevations you will see accumulation on the roads and sidewalks. be careful if you're heading up north today partly sunny, breezy, 49 degrees, that's the forecasted high. winds are light 5 to 10 miles per hour. overnight tonight, here comes the rain and snow mix, probably
around 3:00 a.m. otherwise cloudy. 32 degrees outlying suburbs, 39 center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast we've got all kinds of weather coming this way this week. 49 today and tomorrow. tuesday, wednesday, thursday, it turns unsettled. now it's not going to be raining every hour of everyday. you will see occasional rain and drizzle throughout the period. arctic front arrives friday, 36 degrees for the high. windchills, gray, are you ready for this? >> i'm not ready. >> reporter: in the low 20s, my friend. >> getting a strike in bowling is hard enough, let alone a perfect 300, a texas man has done that three times in a row, i could do two, not three. i can't do two. >> i was so impressed for a second. >> 22-year-old man bold back-to-back -- bowled
9:19 in "healthcheck" this morning, experts say a high protein diet may help you drop pounds, but as women get get ol, it may do more harm than good. post menopausal women who eat a high protein indict could have heart -- diet, could have heart failure. those who ate vegetable protein have a lower risk of heart failure. a leading group of new -- nutritionist say parents who want their children to be vegetarian or vegan can do so with peace of mind. those who follow a vegan or
vegetarian diet consume more fruits and vegetables and smaller amounts of unsaturated faculties. parents are not using time out punishment for their children correctly. heads up, mom and dad. researchers at the university of portland found they use it as a form of discipline, but 85% are making common mistake such as giving too many warnings. talking to killed or staying with toys during punishment. in order for timeout to be effective it must start immediately following bad behavior, no warnings, no talking during it and definitely no toys. we'll be right back. aholidays are about joy again.
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everyone, 9:22 sunday morning, you're looking at the water vapor image, what i want to show you is a plume conveyer belt of moisture, east of hawaii, believe it or not. all this moisture coming off the pacific is making a beeline or train into the southeastern part of the united states. that's the weather pattern we'll have to deal with this week. here's philadelphia here, that train is running just like this and we'll get an area of low pressure developing later this week, actually tuesday, it will put rain up and down the eastern seaboard. we'll get light snow after midnight tonight with this low right here in the lehigh valley and the poconos tonight. this one takes over tuesday, wednesday, thursday, and it looks very unsettled. guys. >> millions of singles are using app to find love online. many are facing dangerous encounters. >> women are becoming the targets of sexual harassment.
rebecca jarvis takes a look at the growing problem and the fight to change it. >> reporter: online dating apps change the way we date, but it transformed the world of texasal harassment. >> those concepts people are too sensitive. i think people are not sensitive enough. >> reporter: take a look at these messages sent to women online. iothers too object seen to repeat. when guys are rejected, the vulgarity continues. slut, says one, you could be a model if you lost weight sweetheart. >> do you think dating apps have become the norm? >> it's the unhealthy part of the dating app world. >> reporter: 29-year-old received dozens of mess annuals while using dating apps.
>> sexist and hateful, that surprised me. >> reporter: she decided to fight back creating this instagram page publicly shaming harassing suiters and starting a petition on change.org. >> not every man harasses, but every woman you know has been harassed. >> this went viral after a picture of her headphones sparked lewd responses. one man saying you wearing those and nothing else would be heaven. according to the pew research, 42% of women who online date have been harassed. and 26% of young women say they experienced stalking and online
targets of sexual harassment. >> this kind of behavior and these kinds of interaction in real life. you feel afraid. you can't go out into the cyber world without being harmed. i'm rebecca jarvis, abc news new york. holiday spirit returns to prime time tomorrow night, the great christmas light fight is on for a 4th season. just when you think you've seen it all, wait until you see these families going above and beyond your expectations. >> 3, 2, 1. ♪ oh, my god. >> omg that's what we were saying in the studio, makes my christmas tree look a little under dressed. that's what the piper family created in north carolina. lights surrounded the entire
pond and they they have their own train, chiwetel -- choo chog visitors around their property. they tour each display and decide who walks away with the $50,000 prize. >> i look for dyi stuff as a build, i like seeing people getting super crafty and first thing things out, i look for people with a good design eye. >> i asked them do you take them down every year. they got praise from me if they did. >> looks like it cost $50,000 to decorate the house. can't wait to see the great christmas light fight tomorrow night at 8:00 p.m. on 6abc. there's much more to come on this sunday morning edition of "action news." the ugly christmas sweater phenomenon has taken over a popular wax museum.
home.nside his montgomery >> crews sift through the charred debris of a california warehouse where at least nine people have died. we'll have a live report from the scene. >> we could beea slippery roads for the morning rush as wintry weather moves into parts of our region. winterish, yes? meteorologist chris sowers with the details. >> reporter: slippery meaning wet. if you're way up in the northern lehigh valley and the poconos maybe some of the side roads could get coated with snow. in and around the immediate philadelphia area it's rain. temperatures are too warm. >> but still rain. >> reporter: we've seen a lot of that over the last week or two, unfortunately this week will be full of rain, as well. a beautiful shot this morning looking at the camden waterfront. we have mainly clear conditions and clouds ups yesterday. we'll go partly sunny skies, clouds fighting off the -- sun fighting off the clouds at times. the good news we've lost the gusty breeze.
it's going to feel a lot better, philadelphia, trenton, 42. 32 in the poconos 34 for wilmington and dover. cape may, checking in at 44 degrees. a lot of moisture out there you can see it across the tennessee valley stretching northward across the midwest getting into the high plains. one system bringing cold air to chicago and broken -- green bay. eagles play at paul brown stadium will be playing in the rain. this will pull east, this will pull east, as well. this brings unsettl region aftet tonight. today, similar to yesterday, increasing clouds, 49 degrees, without the wind it will feel like 49. snow is expected for parts of the area overnight tonight and it turns very unsettled this week with the first true arctic
blast on the way by friday. i'll come back in just a few minutes and have the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. guys. >> in california right now there's mourning and a lot of questions after warehouse where a party was being held and it turned into an inferno. we know that at least 9 people were killed. it is feared many more are dead in the debris. know two dozen people are missing. investigators believe some people may have been living in the building illegally. lauren lister joins us live from oakland, california. lauren we know that the investigation is just beginning, we're all heartbroken, what are you learning? >> reporter: absolutely, alicia and gray, the death toll that's grim and staggering, officials say they expect the number to go up with at least a dozen people as you mentioned that are unaccounted for. crews have been up all night long trying to aid in the
recovery efforts at the site of the fire. the warehouse is halfway down the block where the party took place. an artist collection that we're learning had a number of safety issues. crews working through the night trying to recover bodies from the wreckage of this horrific friday night warehouse party fire. risk of collapse slowing down efforts. overnight police delivering good news. >> we have been able to put family fears at ease by locating loved ones that were believed to be inside here, that were actually found to be alive. >> reporter: yet with dozens unaccounted for, others who believe their loved ones may have been in the blaze fearing the worst. >> these were beautiful, inspirational awesome, intelligent, creative people, you know with great futures ahead of them. >> officials believe victims became trapped on the second floor, the only way out an
apparent makeshift stairwell constructed with wooden pallets were overtaken by flames. pictures before the fire show a cluttered group of art studios, inside a virtual tinderbox. >> this is a devastating scene and complicated and it will take time to do the thorough professional investigation that these families deserve. >> reporter: and records show complaints for blight and construction were made about the building. investigators say an investigation is underway for safety violations and no sprinklers were found. the recovery of the bodies is slow, authorities say this will go well into monday, at least. life in oakland, lauren lister,
channel 6 "action news." >> thank you for the update. a montgomery county street was blocked off by crime scene tape after a man was shot in his home. the man was flown totil condition with a gunshot to the stomach. police search for the suspect following the shooting on dekalb pike after midnight. if you have information call police. this morning a gunman is ot in the head delaware county. police were on the scene 2700 block of bethel road in chester. the man was rushed chester-crozer medical center. no word on his condition. in camotg on the block of north 33rd street is a case of murder. a man was shot in abdomin after 8:00 p.m. died from his wound at cooper university medical center overnight. >> this morning fidel castro's
ashes were buried in a private cemetary. his brother raul chanted his name last night. another crowd gathered to hear his brother his brother. in eastern cuba, a huge crowd shouted his name. >> officials in china and here in the u.s. have big questions this morning always they try to figure out whether or not president-elect donald trump's phone call with taiwan's president has signaled a shift in u.s. china's relations. trump's call to the leader, one
person said it's too early to signal a shift whether it's a complicated accident. u.s. shifted recognition from taiwan in 1979, but the u.s. kept close unofficial ties with taiwan. >> president-elect donald trump is expected to announce cabinet picks this week, retired marine general james mattis is expected to be name secretary of defense. secretary of state looms. mitt romeny talked to trump couple of times about the job. rudy giuliani has been mentioned for the position, sources close to the transition team say the prospect of either man being picked are fading. in ocean county, school leaders are taking a step to prevent drug overdoses in schools.
narcan has been introduced to school nurses. >> reporter: school nurses and other staff from all over ocean county are learning how to noose noose -- use narcan to to prevent an overdose. the training is being sponsored by the ocean county prosecutor's office and the adapt pharma company is donating the narcan. there was an overdose at a ocean county high school, they will not say where. . >> last year we had 118 overdose deaths in ocean county. today's date which is the first of december, we have 180. looks like we have a substantial increase. >> reporter: made worse by heroin laced with fentanyl a
deadly narcotic. drug counselor said many teens start with marijuana and move to pills in their home. the thought is school nurses are on the front line they are the ones dealing with students experimenting with heroin and pills and they have to be prepared. >> we work with the kids everyday we know their stories. >> reporter: the hardest part will be when they come out of his they are combative. >> reporter: a former heroin attic said narrow -- a former heroin addict said narcan can make a difference. >> it's absolute life saver. >> niagara falls we'll show yu the lights at the waterfalls.
>> berks county native is sporting an ugly holiday sweater. so is rihanna. we'll take you to the wax museum where celebrities are getting decked out for the holidays. >> they are not that ugly. >> they are kind of cute. a pilot and his passenger walk away after his sickle engine plane end up in pieces. live look at the ben franklin bridge, bright, sunny, and i am going to say sparkly, the skies are nice and clear, at least for now. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, when we come right back.
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able to walk away unharmed. that's amazing. you were talking it was 70 degrees on christmas last year. this year we're starting off the season with a dip of in temperatures coming up. >> reporter: when cecily gave the winter weather outlook. that was the bing take away -- big take away, it was not going to be brutally cold, but colder than last december. we're seeing the colder changes move in nutside and we'll take a live look at the platt bridge. its nice and quiet this morning, it's temperatures are fairly mild considering the time of year. as you can see we have some upsr locations courting partly to mostly sunny skies, not a bad day around the region. 42 in allentown. 43 in philadelphia. 44 for cape may. 42 in trenton. now there's a lot of moisture on map behind me, we have a couple
of areas of low pressure both will be making a run towards the delaware and the lehigh valleys, but here's the good news, so here's philadelphia right here, the first one will actually kind of pass on by to the north. the second one will pass on by to the south. so we're kind of in between the two systems, that means whatever moisture that we do pick up overnight tonight into the wee hours of the morning tomorrow will be very, very light. this will not be a big event. increasing clouds today. we're starting out with some sunshine, the clouds lower and thicken throughout the day. cloudy overnight tonight. here comes the moisture after midnight. 3:00 a.m., light snow breaking out for the lehigh valley and the poconos. it's rain for everybody else. temperatures will be mild, well above freezing at this point, at least north or south of the pennsylvania turnpike. you get north temperatures are close to the freezing mark. that's part of the ron why the moisture -- the reason why the moisture switches over to snow.
9:00 a.m., 9:30 a.m., it's gone. tomorrow is decent, sun and clouds, 48, 49, the slightest breeze out of the west/northwest. there's a bigger problem tuesday, wednesday, thursday, it's not in the form of snow, it's rain, all day, everyday by midweek. you'll see that in a minute. impact scales for tomorrow, i mentioned this earlier, if you're someone who likes to sleep in, you may miss the system completely. some impacts possible around 7:00 a.m. wet roads around the philadelphia area. it clears out quickly. the rest of the day looks good. look what happens the rest of the week, 90% chance of rain and snow tomorrow. this is mainly in the a-m. 80% on tuesday, that's mainly in the p-m. wednesday and thursday it's all day type rain which makes for a miserable stretch of weather. that's what's on detect as we
get into the next few days. today is a nice day, 50 degrees, or close to it. partly sunny and breezy. not as winds as yesterday. overnight tonight we start out with clouds, the moisture moves in after midnight. snow to the north. north of the p-a turnpike. rain to the south. 32 in allentown. 36 in degrees in cape may. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, shows unsettled weather for midweek. cold blast friday, 46 tuesday, wednesday, 50. thursday, 46. and then here it comes, 36 degrees for friday, 38 next saturday. >> okay, chris, cold is coming. thanks for the chilly update. you can find the seven-day forecast at storm tracker 6 live double scan radar at 6abc.com/weather. so you're into the whole ugly christmas sweater craze, some celebrities are getting into it, although they may not be aware of it. berks county native taylor swift
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9:49. the holiday shopping season is in full swing. the shipping season is approaching. if you want the gifts to arrive on time. you will need to know important dates. get them in the mail by december 15. first class mail bye-bye december 19. your overnight shipping get in the mail by december 23. no delivery on christmas day. >> here at the "action news" big board now, with technically speaking. niagara falls is one of the most beautiful wonders of the world. the massive waterfall sits on the border of new york state and canada. it is more magnificent at night because of a four million dollar lighting makeover. look at that, the energy efficient led lights emanate from the banks of the canadian side of the false creating brighter and -- falls creating
brighter and more robust falls. they are lit for the first time in 1860 with 200 lights. it has come a long way. santa claus is busy checking his list to bring all the boys and girls their gifts. commanders at norad are busy launching their official santa tracking website. on christmas eve you can track santa's every move starting at 6:00 a.m., always he begins his -- as he begins his journey from the other side of the world to your house. norad has been tracking santa on his journey around the world for 61 years, we'll be right back.
>> turning to sports this sunday morning, it's a big week for college football in the keystone state, as temple and penn state wait to hear which bowl game they will be playing in. >> the eagles will be taking to the field in just three hours, here's jamie apody with all your sunday morning sports. >> reporter: penn state will give the playoff committee a lot to think about, the biggest come back in big ten championship history. scrapes franklin looking on in awe as his team is down 21 in the first half. first offensive play of the 4th quarter. 70-yard touchdown, 28-21 wisconsin.
fast forward to the early 4th. barclay for 18 year olds. he throws for -- 18 yards, he throws for 285 yards. a little over minute to go they don't get it. celebration is on, nittany lions big ten title. 38-31. they are back in the national title picture. james franklin with the plea for the playoff committee. >> we just won the toughest conference in college football [cheers and applause]. we won nine straight, they say you're allowed to overcome early setbacks, we've done that! it's on now now, the committee!h rank navy team that scored 75 and 66 points their last two games. second quarter up 14-0. philip walker to keithd
for the score. the d held navy to ten points their lowest occupant of the season. -- output of the season. temple win aac championship 34-10. matt rule get that gatorade bath. he leads them to a 7th straight win. 10-3 record tide for the most in school history. ducis rogers has more. >> reporter: first conference championship in almost a half century what's that like? >> words unexplainable. i'm just happy for the team for the university. >> it's great, can't describe the feeling right now, so happy. >> tremendous honor so blessed to be able to coach the kids they are wonderful people, they never faltered this year they battled through university. we are one of the top teams in college football based on on the
way they played. >> reporter: what a day for college football. the eagles hopefully follow their footsteps. they play in cincinnati. carson wentz is hanging in there. >> i feel like i'm getting better members of the jurily, i'm playing more confidently, obviously as a record-wise, we would like to be better, but i feel like we're on the right track. >> reporter: jordon matthews expected to be a game-time decision with the sprained ankle. that's sports, have a great sunday. >> the time 9:57 when it comes to sports, few stills outshine philadelphia fans no matter the sport. according to a new survey, wall let hub philadelphia ranks 6th overall when it comes to sport fandom. the city ranked 9th for top
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pennsylvania college football teams. we're hours away from learning where each will go bowling. >> also, bundle up, you've been warned. old man winter is knocking on our door. we'll tell you where and when. some areas will get a dusting, meteorologist chris sowers at the "action news" big board with a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. it's a gorgeous sunday. >> reporter: good morning to you guys, old man winter is a little ways down the road, not here just yet. he will arrive later this week. we'll see light snow overnight tonight, the bigger story is the arctic blast later this week. 45 in philadelphia. 46 in wilmington. 44 in dover. 44 in cape may. trenton checking in at 45. the biggest difference this morning versus what we dealt with yesterday at this time, the gusty breezes have shut off at least for the time being. it doesn't feel that blustery out there right now.
satellite and radar clouds quickly on the increase, moisture on the way. forecast for today, partly sunny or a mixture of sun and clouds, it will be breezy, high of 49. it's going to feel like the 49 because we lost the wind. looking ahead it turns unsettled this week. tuesday through thursday, periods of rain, southern storms up the spine of the laisms. that means -- appalachians, that means the winds pick up, the drizzle and rain, turning sharply colder by friday. details in the seven-day forecast in just a little bit. >> our "action news" morning team will keep you update on the weather conditions as you head out the door for work or school. join matt, karen, karen and dave for all the details you will need to get your week started right. >> this morning we continue to cover the heartbreak in california. this morning we know that nine people are dead because of a
fire. the bodies of the victims have been pulled from warehouse known as the ghost ship. >> the massive blaze broke out during an electronic music party. crews are sifting through the debris looking for two dozen people who are unaccounted for this morning. officials say an investigation had been underway at the warehouse, whether or not people were living there illegally. 10:02. the search continues for a suspect police were chasing going the wrong way down i-95 causing a head-on collision with another car. the scene was route 476 ridley township, delaware county. it happened at 11:30 p.m. the suspect was heading south in the northbound lanes of i-95 when he smashed into the other car. the suspect jumped out of that car and ran into the nearby woods. the search with k-9 units and
thermal imaging cameras turned up nothing. the other driver who was rammed into by the suspect was hurt. no word on their injuries. there's no word on why police were chasing the suspect. philadelphia police are on the hunt for three masked men who busted into a mayfair home overnight where a family of 8 were sleeping and made off with valuables. >> jeff chirico live from the scene with the details on this one. jeff, what are you learning about this? >> reporter: the police just left the scene, the good news nobody was hurt. the residents came three masked men made off with are $750 cash and the children's christmas gifts. police responded after receiving a call on the 4600 block of oak oakmont street. three children and the parents were home. the father asked that you not
show his face or use his name. >> they armed men came in the house, they knocked on the door, i opened the door, a gun was in my face, they said the girls should go upstairs. they made me open up my safe. >> and we're told the three masked men made it out the front door, there have been no arrests. we're told police are continuing to investigate this, including looking for any surveillance video that may help the investigation. reporting live mayfair, jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." alicia? >> thank you. meanwhile, the effort to force a statewide recount of pennsylvania's election may be heading to the federal courts. late last night a green party official said former presidential candidate jill stein plans to seek an emergency federal court order tomorrow. the stein campaign said it is
committed in its effort for a recount in pennsylvania, but can't afford to pay for the costs associate the with it. stein wants to know if voting machines and systems in pennsylvania were hacked. donald trump is first republican to win the state of pennsylvania since 1988. many people living in center city will never forget the day the entire block was covered with foam up to 6 feet high. take a look at this, the foam was a safety feature triggered by an explosion inside a peco substation along the 400 block of south juniper street. there were no injuries. it put a scare into residence. >> our backyard, the invasion of the foam monster. >> i was chilling in my belt and heard an explosion. >> then all of a sudden what look like giants soap bubbles started flowing down in front of our house. >> it is quite
see. experts say the foam did its job preventing a fire from spreading inside the building. there were no injuries. this morning investigators are trying to figure out the cause. it was a very big weekend for pennsylvania college football teams, both temple university and penn state won their conference championships games. >> coaches for both teams hoisted theplayers, that means s will be learning today which bowl game they will be playing in. for penn state it could be a playoff spot for happy valley. [cheers and applause]. and why not, right? there was plenty of celebrating when the trophy was hoisted after the come back win, the historic victory against wisconsin marks another giant leap for the program. 38-31 biggest come back in the history of the big ten championship. penn state was down three
touchdowns in the first half, but warred back in the second half to shock wisconsin. the win could mean a playoff ittany lions. fans could not be more excited. >> the if the committee goes head to head, they would be in a conditioners championship. >> i'm so excited. whew. the fans will find out where nittany lions will go bowling as it's called in college football. temple's 34-10 win over navy came as a surprise to some people in the college football world, bum not so much to the -- but the not so much to the fans. , as the team piled on the points. >> this is what they worked
for, everybody was doubting us, navy's got this in the back.tu'. >> we want the football bowl committee to realize this. >> newly crowned champions are celebrating the title that illuded them last year. now we have to say which bowl they play in. >> the birds face cincinnati in just a few hours, they picked up one win in five road games. much of the blame is on the defense that allowed 25 points on the road while giving up 13 here at home. jeff skeverski will have more from cincinnati on "action news" at noon. >> 10:08. coming up a voiding the dangers of the season, we have tips to
keep you safe at home during the holiday season. we have a sea animal that caught a break from swimming with a kayaker. >> now our city hall camera the christmas tree at dilworth park, some people will hit the rothman rink it's a nice sunday, but things are changing. chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when we come right back. >> in texas a woman was killed
and seven others hurt when a semi trailer crashed into a bus carrying high school cheerleaders. the bus was heading home from a football game when it was hit. a 52-year-old cheerleading sponsor was killed. three people remain hospitalized, two in critical condition. four others were released from the hospital yesterday afternoon. let's take you to texas now, where a woman has given us the latest example you should not do when you see a road covered in water. the woman with her young son in the car got half away across the san antonio bridge when her call installed. firefighters tried to reach her with a ladder. they inched the truck closer to the car and smashed the back window pulling the woman and her
child to safety. this is amazing. the incident drove home the warning, turn around don't drown. 10:12, let's get you caught up on the forecast. you've been talking about cold weather, is it officially winter yet? >> reporter: what is it, the 0th? >> 0th -- 20th? >> we're not there. >> reporter: today is not too bad, temperatures close to 50. minus the strong gusty windy. later this week we have arctic blast coming in. the temperatures will take a nose dive and it will get mighty cold. there's a live shot down in penns landing. all is quiet on sunday morning. 45 degrees in philadelphia. allentown, a pair of 4s. poconos, 3s. millville, 45. dover, check be in -- checking
in at 44 degrees. storm tracker 6 live double scan, lots of moisture out there this morning, a lot of football games it will be doing something, raining or snowing. these two storms we have one here and we have one here, above of these are actually moving toward the delaware and the lehigh valleys. one will pass by to the north. the other pass by to the south. we're kind of splitting the difference in between, that's the situation that we'll be dealing with overnight tonight. a little bit of light moisture overspreads the area. because of where we're situated in the path in which the storms are traveling, it's going to be very, very light. there's not a lot of moisture in this for us. we'll see this on future tracker 6. 5:00 p.m. we're increasing the clouds. we'll start out with sunshine, clouds increase. you can see how the moisture moves in. rain to the south, 3:00 a.m. it's snowing in the lehigh valley and the poconos. some of it will be steady at times. we're not talking about a huge
accumulation up there, but enough to coat the ground. 6:00 a.m., it's raining in the immediate philadelphia area. still snowing in the lehigh valley and the poconos. watch how quickly this is out you have here, 9:00 a.m. this is gone. it's a small window where we pick up the precipitation. light rain developing after 3:00 a.m., 8:00 a.m. light snow in the lehigh valley and the poconos. grassy accumulations possible, minor, maybe a coating perhaps an inch for the poconos. today, partly sunny, breezy, 49 degrees is the forecasted high. overnight tonight, cloudy rain and snow developing after midnight. 32 degrees outlying suburbs, 39 for center city. getting into tomorrow, the morning commute you may want to allow yourself a little bit of extra time. snow showers north of the pennsylvania turnpike, raining to the south. by the evening commute no issues, dry roads look for a
combination of sun and clouds. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 49 degrees today, same number for tomorrow, both days, okay. tuesday, some rain during the afternoon. wednesday, more drizzle and rain. thursday, more drizzle and rain. friday there's the arctic front 36 degrees, windchills in the 20s, saturday looks brisk and cold, as well. high of 38. gray? >> temperatures in the 20s, thanks chris. 10:15 your time. 'tis the season to decorate your home for the holidays, consumer product safety commission has warnings. cpsc warnings two holiday staples, candles and trees are potential fire risk. if candle are too close to the drapes it can cause your home to go up in flames in a matter of seconds. keep your tree properly watered especially if it's decorated with lights.
make sure there are no composed wires or anything that looks funny about the lights throw them out and get a new set. >> the experts say a spark on a dry tree can turn to disaster. keep small breakableof the reacl children to prevent injuries. if you're looking to spruce up your holiday decors we have cheap, but chic ways to decorate your hall. you can create a beautiful home with little effort, but big effect. look around the house, use your imagination. but if you need here's lifestyle expert and event planner from oh, so fabulous they turn junk into gems. this is a white feather boa.
she grabbed a round wreath from a craft store and added it and with voila, a wreath. don't to say the fallout feathers grab pine cones from the yard. these are from craft store, 59 cents. don't recycle the paint swatches or the color wheel. you take it and make a triangle and i bought these,. >> it all to plain card stock and boom, christmas tree chic. >> you may this christmas card. >> reporter: for holiday house guests pick up slippers from the sale rack. i meant to the aisle and stuffed it in. >> this is a bottle of nail
polish and put it in and said this this is for your mistletows. add green and rible and how cute on the holiday table. -- ribbon, how cute on a holiday table. >> you just have to tap into your imagination. still tapping in. i asked how do you make the perfect bow. guess what, she said it's not about the tie, rather the placement of the hot glue, she uses a hot glue gun to drape it down. isn't that amazing? so fabulous, we'll be right back.
>> okay, so glad you stayed with us, 10:20, time to check out what's going viral in the social corner. watch alicia dance. >> i love this song. this is where we trot out images everybody is talking about from facebook to youtube and beyond. a texas man compassion for others has gone viral. he stood outside an islamic center holding a sign that read you belong, stay strong you are blessed we are one america. he said he has been accepted with hugs and smiles he wanted
to show compassion and empathy. >> take a look at this picture, it has gone viral. john said he and is wife heather were kayaking off the coast of northern california thursday when he had that unexpected visitor sea otter who came over to his kayak and jumped on board. he rolled on his back and scratched his head for a bit. he eventually rolled back over and sniffed his shoes. they both received a lesson in handling bold sea otters when they rented the kayaks. this adorable puppy has gone viral not because how cute the dog is, but the 3-month-old inside when he has an accident it needs to be clean u.s. up. his owner said he left his dog with a friend while he was out
of town. the friend returned home to find a toilet paper discovered accident on the bathroom floor. the friend took a picture and he tweeted it saying you can't be mad when he tries to clean it up. that's what he was doing not playing with the toilet paper. smart dog. >> tell us what you thunk about these videos by going to our facebook and twitter accounts. dogs cleaning up the mess. >> coming up, meteorologist chris sowers takings a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, oh, the shots this sunday morning are just stunning. things are changing, we have details next. inside story is p
later this morning on 6abc, here's tamala edwards with a preview. >> reporter: good morning, coming up on this side story we start off talking about a contract that the education department in philadelphia has put on the table for the teachers. they have not had a new contract since august of 2013, but the teachers union head said he is not taking it to the rank and file. is that the right thing to do, should he let them vote on it. we'll talk about the pennsylvania district association statewide coming out with ideas on police involved shootings, who she would investigate them. how involved should prosecutors be and what the public should know about the policeman involved. what's the thing to do as this
continues to be a hot topic. a big show coming up, we hope to see you. >> a knock at the door, old man winter. he is on the way. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 49 degrees, look for a combination of sun and clouds, maybe light rain and snow overnight tonight, 49 degrees tore -- for tomorrow. scattered showers and periods of rain tuesday through thursday, there's old man winter, thursday night, friday and saturday. >> it's time for me to go on vacation. >> reporter: it's going to be cold in florida, too. >> whatever, not as cold as it is here. >> this week with george stephanopoulos is coming up next. >> here's george with a preview. >> reporter: a very special show with the head of the trump transition, mike pence joins us this morning. fallout from the call from the president of taiwan. so much on the table this week with vice president
president-elect mike pence. general petraeus a finalist for secretary of state. the team will be watching how he does on this week, we'll bring g right up. >> here's some of the stories we're working on for you, we've a live update on the fire from california where at least nine >> penn state and temple college bowl games coming up. now for nydia han, alicia vitarelli, chris sowers, the tem gray hall. make it a great day.
>> announcer: starting right now on "this week with george stephanopoulos" -- >> thank you for electing a president who will make america great again. >> announcer: this morning, we're one-on-one with vice president-elect mike pence fresh off his thank you tour with the president-elect. >> it's going to be america first, okay. >> announcer: trump touting the art of the deal. >> it's wonderful to win, you know. >> announcer: but is it a win for workers or just bad business? plus -- >> china is ripping us off. what china is doing to us is horrible. >> announcer: challenging china, trump talking to taiwan. was this breach of protocol a dangerous blunder or smart strategy? and with the world watching, who will trump tap to be his secretary of state? could this man have the inside