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heads out to sea and takes the moisture with it but plenty of heavy rain is moving through over the next few hours. we have heavy rain over the new jersey turnpike and i-95 and the schuylkill expressway and the blue route and our entire evening commute is really, really soaking in addition where you see the brighter oranges, that is where we have what known as bright banding where we get the sleet mixing in and forth to the north the poconos, the colder air moved in and changed over to snow, great news for the ski resorts lake harmfully and big boulder, a winter weather advisory for the poconos, 2 to 4 inches of snow expected and the higher elevation could be icing do be careful if you are driving tonight. i don't think that is a good idea. here is what to expect closer to home. we are looking at generally a half inch to inch of rain.
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much needed rain, tapering off to drizzle before dawn, temperatures staying above freezing, don't have to worry about icing, i am tracking cold arctic air on wait in the full accuweather forecast. >> keep track the forecast with 6abc.com/weather, that is where you find the meteorologists and storm tracker radar. new details now from the new jersey newsroom from the head-on collision that claimed the life of a rookie state trooper. frankie williams was on his way to a call in cumberland county when his cruiser was hit by an on coming car, we learn more about the fallen trooper and the circumstances of the crash. john rawlins is live near the trooper's home in egg harbor township tonight. >> hi monica, we now have the name and age of the other driver but we do not know why his
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toyota corolla slammed into the trooper's cruiser head-on. a newly married husband. >> grieving family gathered inside of this neat little home. frankie williams was newly married but lived here for several years and was well regarded. >> his dream was to become a state trooper and last year he was in school and finally got his dream job. and now this -- >> now this -- it is sad. >> miles away at the police barracks where williams was posted flags were lowered. williams responded to reports of a car driving erratically. a vehicle fitting the trips slammed into his cruiser, identified as lloyd of elmer.
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he came into the store seeking an application photo. >> he explained how he went to rutgers and wanted to be a state trooper. and he was a happy young man and achieved his goals. as a neighbor williams was admired for constantly working and improving the house he purchased and making a point to reach out and help. >> the neighbor had to go up north and his wife was here alone, he came over and did the lawn and cared for her like he was her sister. >> just that kind of guy. >> that kind of guy. he will be missed by his neighbors that is for sure and everybody that knew him. no plans for a funeral we this due to be announced in the next 24 to 48 hours. live in egg harbor township, john rawlins, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. new tonight at 5:00.
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authorities spend afternoon raiding a business in buck county. local agencies converge on a tobacco shop in bristol pike in bensalem and the store is under investigation for some type of fraud. undercover agents removed boxes of cigarettes from the building. >> temple university is dealing with the departure of its famous football coach tonight. this afternoon we learned that matt rule is leaving or perhaps left temple for a new job at baylor university. ducis rogers is here more with more on the announcement. >> a surprise and not a surprise when you see what he accomplished at the school. matt rule flirted leaving a year ago and he remained a hot coaching prospect and today he accepted the job at baylor. he complied a record at temple.
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this past saturday he led temple to its first conference championship in some 49 years, at baylor he joins a power five conference in the big 12 but that school has problems off the football field. they are dealing with several sexual assault scandals involving football players, rule met with his temple players this morning and gave them the news. >> he wanted us to understand that we are the reason this is happening not because of just him. we did this for him. it's not like oh gosh thank you i'm out. he said thank you guys this is what you guys did for me and my family. >> coach loves temple. he gives his heart. he makes the decision and it has to be impactful for his life and his family. >> assistant coach ed foley is the interim coach and leaves the team in the bowl game against wake forest and the search for a
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permanent replacement has begun, the school is not in a rush but need to get it done quickly. now that rule is heading out temple students and fans worry about the future of their team. sara bloomquist has reaction from campus. >> reporter: good evening. the mood here on campus about the same as the weather. dark and gloomy. most students told us they were completely shocked and surprised by the announcement that head coach, matt rule, is headed to baylor, others are sorry to see him go they understand this is how college football works. >> i was shocked, completely shocked. >> shocked a word we heard on temple's campus today. many did not expect matt rule to leave especially after the 34-10 conference win over navy. >> we just won a championship and there is more to come. >> the word spread fast more rumors on social media and then
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they posted on their website. and the afternoon news conference in disbelief. >> am surprised he is here through my freshman year, he has been my football coach. we were surprised. >> we were surprised that matt rule quit the team. we didn't know what to say, we were all in awe. >> other students could not be surprised given matt rule's success the past two seasons he was hot and this is what happened. >> a lot of people were hoping he would stick it out but all i hear is how sought after he is and how good of a coach he seems to be turning into. it's not surprising. >> they look ahead with hope that the next coach can continue temple's winning record. >> we had so much in the future and so much success the past two years and now hopefully we can
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rebuild it and continue the success. >> reporter: so they are surprised and disappointed but most students do not hold bad feelings for matt rule, they understand that opportunity came knocking. i'm sara bloomquist, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. president-elect donald trump spent the day today making a deal at trump tower after meeting with trump today japanese billionaire agreed to invest 50 billion dollars in the u.s. and committed to creating 50,000 new jobs here. they did not provide a time frame for the plan or exactly explain how the money will be used. >> earlier today trump criticized the government contract with boeing to build two new air force one planes and the order should be canceled because it's too expensive. >> over $4 billion for the air force one program. i think it's ridiculous, boeing
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is doing a bit of a number. we want boeing to make a lot of money but not that much money. >> some response boeing is working with the air force to deliver the best planes for the president at the best value for tax players. trump will fly in his own boeing plane as he continues his thank you tour tonight. president obama is in california to give his last speech on national security. he made the address at mcneil air force base and vigorously defended his countser intelligence strategy. and the president met with top military leaders and thanked a group of u.s. military. and close to home after the fatal train crash in hoboken. the positive train traction.
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they expressed concern that if it's feasible toer them to get it done in the time frame. only six will be fully equipped with ptc by the end of this year. funding is the most common challenge to getting it done. time for a check of our "action news" traffic report on a dreary night. matt pellman is in the traffic center. getting home is a challenge. and especially when it's raining. it's lousy on the traffic front and rain is pouring down north of montgomeriville and two vehicles ran into each other at 309 at cow path road. you can expect delays at 309 coming north of the montgomery mall. on the big picture no shortage of accidents or slow speeds, emergency crews are on the scene of the crash on the boulevard at devereux.
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and frankford section on tulip near carmelo playground and slow speeds in the teen as long 95. this is what the teens look -- in delaware i would not go with 95 just 9 miles per hour. come down 495 instead a southbound accident at terminal accident cleared out. so yes not a lot of fun but we'll check it again in the next half hour. >> sounds good thank you. more ahead on "action news" tuesday night. boy don't slow it down -- a possible threat puts commuters on edge in los angeles. we have new details where the threat came from tonight. and find out which fast food menu items are packing the most calories in popular childrens meals.
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a threat to a subway station in los angeles came from an anonymous tip line overseas, mayor eric garsetty announced the details, specific to the red
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line universal station that was heavily guarded and boarded the train to show the confidence in the security. from our delaware newsroom police are tracking down the driver and vehicle that hit a child and took off. the suspect was driving a dark colored chrysler sedan like this one here. it struck a 12-year-old boy trying to cross memorial drive at 5:30 p.m. the child remains hospitalized with broken bones. the streets in front of cooper hospital in camden overnight when a shooting victim was dropped off outside. police say a car pulled up to 7th and benson street and left the victim in front of the hospital. police believe the shooting happened elsewhere and the two people that brought the vick time to the hospital were taken into custody. a new study shows that most fast food kids menu items
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contain too many calories and they contained 37% more calories. french fries were the worst offenders an average of 300 calories. researchers believe that current kid menu offerings are partly responsibility for childhood obesity. staying fit and active is not easy for the holidays but some senior citizens got help. jennifer mcclinton hosted the motivation expo. older folks learned about fitting movement and healthy eating into their holiday and every day. >> good for them. still to come local students are sending a taste of home to troops overseas for the holidays. and a company expanding their paid leave policy for new parents, who is offering four months of paid time off for new moms and new dads. i work 'round the clock.
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ikea is the latest company to expand their parental leave policy. the home furniture store offers paid leave for new moms and dads
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beginning january 1st. it applies to adoptive and foster parents as well. it's designed to keep them in a competing market. and microsoft also expanded their policies. the philadelphia school district is getting a financial boost to help people get their high school diploma. dr. william hite announced a $236,000 for adoption program helping them earn money for their diploma. it was formerly known as twilight. classes are offered twice a day at four locations and they can earn six or more credits each year. and high school students teamed up with military veterans to make cookies for troops serving overseas, at middletown high school they made 700
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cookies for operation cookie drop-off. he called himself less of a cookie baker and more of a cookie eater. >> i am hopeful to be able to make the cookies and prepare the cookies and maybe sample the cookies as well. >> sounds yummy they made the chocolate chip and m&m cookies using is hundred pounds of dough. and peco is lighting up the holidays and "action news" is bringing you the best holiday displays from around the area. in bensalem you can find 75 decorated trees at the visitors center it's sponsored by peco and stays on display through january 5th. >> looks pretty. coming up the check of the dreary but changing forecast for you. >> going live outside we are right outside of philadelphia's city hall and rain is coming down heavily and cecily tynan has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action
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time for accuweather at the "action news" big board. cecily tynan has the check of the accuweather forecast. kind of wet now but get ready for cold weather too. that is exactly right. tonight is pretty nasty out there. lighting up with colors and winter weather advisory in the
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poconos and 2 inches of snow and ice up there. closer to home a mainly rain event however we are getting reports of sleet and snow mixing in especially in berks county and the lehigh valley. this one band is moving across 222 right now. moving up to the north and closer to home in philadelphia, it's really pouring. you can see one band is lifting north of philadelphia, we have another one moving through newark, delaware through chester county and rounds of heavy rain as we head through the evening hours, it will begin to taper off at 9:00 or so. bad timing for the evening commute. the good news is, areas where we have the sleet mixing in and temperatures at the surface well above freezing and not freezing on roads in allentown and the poconos another situation. cape may 48 and trenton 41 degrees. the visibility is not that low
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but 3 miles in millville. you need to take it easy if you drive around tonight. slow it down. satellite 6 along with action radar showing that the system double barrel low pressure one out to the west and another one off the carolina coast. that is pulling out to sea. once that means we head past the evening hours, things begin to get better, future tracker 6 showing at 8:00 tonight, snowing in the poconos and we have heavy rain in the northwest suburbs, heading to 11:00 and snowing in the poconos again, here close toward home. it's tapering off to showers and the morning commute tomorrow lots of clouds visible and the steady rain is over and into the afternoon a few peeks of sunshine. temperature-wise tomorrow 50 degrees in the early afternoon as temperatures start in the low 40s and thinning of the clouds and another system on thursday and that is what has the cold air. the five-day at 5:00 showing
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tomorrow early drizzle and mostly cloudy and thursday the arctic front moving through bringing us clouds and a shower and most areas it comes through dry and limited sunshine and 45 degrees, friday and saturday, afternoon highs in the 30s and windchills in the teens and 20s, and it clouds up on sunday 39 degrees for the eagles game and another system on monday, adam will talk more about that in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> busy week. >> yes, it is. >> a driver escaped with her life following an incredible crash in berks county. we'll explain how it all unfolded. >> and cecily mentioned it's turning cold but they won't feel the affects because of the generosity of others. >> and people that don't want to battle schuylkill expressway traffic. we have details.
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"action news" continues with meteorologist, adam joseph, jaime apody, rick williams and monica malpass. hello again here is what is happening on "action news" tuesday night. the man accused of shooting and killing former nfl player,
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mcknight is charged with manslaughter. what police say about the case. 20 people are rescued from their burning apartment. you'll hear from a resident that refused to leave some neighbors behind and a big blow to temple football. matt rule is taking a new job at baylor university. and criminal charges for joe mcknight came nearly a week after the road rain confrontation in a suburb of new orleans. they announced the arrest of this man, ronald gasser and defended his department's decision to release him at first without charging him. >> reporter: well monica, at the end of the day it's sheriff says their obligation is to get it right and they took the time to determine this was not about race but about two men behaving badly with tragic consequences. four days after this man
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admitted to shooting former nfl running back joe mcknight an arrest for manslaughter. >> first let me say to the mcknight family thank you for your patience. >> the sheriff on the defense first thanked the mcknight family and addressed the angry community members who were outraged that ronald gasser was released with no charges. >> tough. i don't care. >> the sheriff even read a profanity laced message from one critic. all we know is that you are a [ bleep ] puppet. shame on you. we started with a witness that lied. and then they talked to more than 70 business owners to recover surveillance video. including this one and conducted more than 160 interviews before concluding that both drivers cut
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each other off and drove erratically and drove of miles to this traffic light. >> mr. mcknight exits his car and approaching mr. gasser's car. >> i ammest at that timic over the risk. >> we will not settle for anything less than justice. >> meanwhile, we learned from the sheriff today there was a gun in the car mcknight was driving but that was his stepfather's car and his stepfather's gun. as for gas he is due back in court in two weeks. >> thank you elizabeth. world news tonight with david muir has more on the road rage case following "action news" at 6:00. more than a dozen people lost their homes but not their lives thanks to quick actions by the philadelphia fire department this morning.
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the flames quickly spread through apartments in frankford before 5:00 a.m. it was clear that reads could not get out on their own. "action news" reporter vernon odom is live at the scene with the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: good evening rick, no word from the fire marshall so far tonight. they were investigating today in all of this rain once they got into the building, nearly two dozen victims are accounted for tonight and they are being helped and sheltered by the red cross, relatives and friends. this is a classic prechristmas tragedy but at least nobody was killed. >> victims say that the fire broke out at 4:00 this morning in the living room of one of the nine upstairs apartments in this building that house a deli on the ground floor forcing 20 people out of their homes they had to flee out of their homes with nearly nothing. included was a 12-year-old and
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some were treated for injuries, this man was burned on his face and hands. >> i'm glad i'm alive. but tyrone coles is hailed a hero getting others out of harms way as the blaze intensified quickly. >> i heard others screaming and a couple of old people in my apartment i had to help out. >> god is awesome and he was able to save other people's lives and got saved my child's life. >> with the smoke so dense some had to get on their knees and crawl through the fire escape and others had to wait for the fire department ladders and the dramatic rescue of a baby. >> they put the baby on the back roof and my uncle had to grab the baby off the roof and able to get down off of the roof. >> loved ones came to the scene. and pets disappeared and christmas items were lost for
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these folks that don't have a lot to begin with. >> i have my cat and my guinea pig, i got everything up there. all of my christmas stuff. >> the structure was built in the 30s, the building is owned by a holding company out of lakewood, new jersey, but their representative refused to answer questions telling me the renters were responsible for hire own insurance. >> again tonight, no word from the fire department as to their investigation, into what may have caused this blaze. live in frankford, i'm vernon odom, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. a montgomery county man is facing charges of child pornography tonight. 52-year-old williams davis of skippack was arrested for child pornography from his home computer part of an undercover operation of representatives and internet task force.
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from our new jersey newsroom tonight. this is careen hayes facing criminal charges in toms river for allegedly burning a 6-year-old child with a lighter. it happened while hayes was watching the child and the victim suffered third degree burns to his neck and ear and is he charged with assault and endangering the welfare of a child. a woman was injured when her car took out a fire hydrant and landed on its roof. firefighters were able to pull the woman from the car as water from the broken hydrant flooded the street. police say that the 70-year-old driver may have suffered a medical condition before losing control. chopper 6 hd over the philadelphia navy yard this morning as firefighters conducted an investigation, they were called to a building along admiral perry way.
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workers in the building were evacuated and it's not clear what happened or if anyone was injured. >> a landsdowne firefighter suffered an injury fighting a blaze last night on nayak avenue. it spread to the third floor before crews would get a handle on it. the cause is under investigation. if philadelphia a portion of martin luther king drive will close for portions of time as construction gets underway from sweet briar to eakins oval to repair a falling wall along the schuylkill river. no traffic from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. >> lets check the traffic scene at this hour now. matt pellman has word on all the closures.
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>> we have closures and accidents and disabled vehicles leading to closures. instead of the mlk you may want to use the schuylkill expressway i don't know if i would use it now. look at the travel times 1:15 travel time on the westbound side. a solid line of traffic from girard to this point on the boulevard to 476 the blue route. an hour if you are headed into the flyers game. stick with the river drives but they are busy as well. a crash on the roosevelt boulevard northbound at devereux and one at frankford at tulip. and one involving a pedestrian at aramingo and allegheny. and a pedestrian on the main line. look for the people walking around out there. meanwhile here in horsham a crash shutting down norris road and hatfield downed wire as long
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cow path road and the second accident on 78 westbound back down to 9 miles per hour. as you go north you see the sleet mixing in and you get the blue and purple colors on the map. back over to you. >> just days after winning their conference championship temple football matt rule announces he is leaving the team. still to come ducis rogers with more on the days announcement including a live report. >> and children will be warmer thanks to the generosity of strangers. >> we are watching the heavy rain pass through philadelphia and up to new york city. we have the timing when this lifts away and we'll talk about the first round of arctic air. >> all right those stories and more when "action news" comes right back.
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as we mentioned ducis rogers here with sports and matt rule headed to baylor a big day for temple fans, you can't get upset
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with someone when are you hot you are wanted. matt rule completed his second season and that was enough for baylor to hire him away from temple. he will be announced tomorrow in waco, texas. rule went 28-23 but the school is coming off their first conference championship in 49 years. he flirted with leaving the school a year ago and at baylor rule takes over a team that is dealing with a sexual assault scandal involving football players. jaime apody is live with player reaction. >> reporter: you know the report that rule turned down a job at oregon but the thought is that baylor program will be easy to turn around given that texas is a football hot bed and now temple has to find a new coach and fast. "action news" the only station on campus as stunned players
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left the meeting when rule broke the news he was leaving and the playerses were shocked and the seniors different reaction they were happy for coach rule and because they were leaving, they were his first recruiting class and they said he was emotional as well. >> we look up to coach rule as a father, of course he was emotional he is leaving his second family it's just the way it is. >> how do you think this affects the long-term health of this program. >> we have great administrators, we have great players. >> we are going out to get the best person for the job to continue the momentum. >> now craft has to make the hire quickly because it's prime recruiting season here as well.
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maybe we can inspect the announcement sooner rather than later. live in front of the football facility. jaime apody, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you jaime. college basketball villanova is set to play their first game this season as the number one ranked team in the country. nova is off to an 8-0 start and la salle comes in at 4-2 winning three straight games and the cats have a ton of respect for the explorers. >> they are tough games and tough to prepare for them. >> it's a big five match-up. those games are personal and we have a lot of pride in them. we'll go out and play villanova basketball and see where that gets us. the sixers are in memphis both embiid and okafor will sit. and the flyers are riding a five game win streak and tonight
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they are home to face the florida panthers and the turn around stems from them doing the little things. >> we know we are doing the right things so we have to do the same thing, it's more than a five game span but the bounces are starting to turn our way and we have to keep doing the same thing that we were doing over the last five games. the phillies resigned joakim, it's 39-year-old righty had a 2.81 era. and temple has to fine another head coach. >> he will introduced tomorrow? >> baylor is calling it a campus celebration. in other news, police are looking for a thief that stalked his victim in the parking lot of the middle of the day and there may be more victims out there. the entire incident was captured outside of this shop-rite 330 oregon avenue.
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the man watched a woman put groceries in the trunk of her car and grabbed her purse and dragged her for several feet. video of a man stealing equipment out of a pgw vehicle. the suspect made off with two gas leak detectors and a gps worth more than $3,000. and pennsylvania attorney general elect. josh shapiro talked about violence today. he held a forum in north philadelphia. richard ross and darryl clark and seth williams and others were there. the best way to learn about the problem is from the people themselves that experience it right on the street. >> i want to spend our resources wisely that we coordinate with our leaders here in philadelphia that makes our community safer and you all are part of this process.
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tis the season to give. that is what they did today in trenton. acting commissioner beth connelly and other d hx s employees are collecting coats
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for the aisles group. a nonprofit that is fostering self reliant families for 35 years. it's part of chris christie's sixth annual season of service. >> you want adam outside? okay cecily wants you outside. >> she stole my umbrella. >> you stay right here. >> thank you monica. good get outside. >> it's a little cold out there. rain and sleeting at times and mixing in as well. looking live this is a snapshot from camelback on sky 6 hd, there you can see that is snow that is being company toured on this particular image here and we are expecting 2 to 4 inches of snow in the mountains. but around here it is all in the form of rain. you see the little patch of white in the poconos that is some of that fall snow that is falling and you see the bright bands of yellows and oranges and reds.
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and where you see the reds pushing through trenton right now, it's not necessarily heavy rain with the radar is seeing is that the beam goes up into the radar in the horizontal and vertical given the double scan you are picking up ice in the clouds and called bright banding and blinds the radar and enhances the radar's color and that could be sleet mixing in at times with the rainfall. and as we head to the south it's a mess on all area roadways here on the evening rush hour. moderate rain pushing in towards malvern and that continues in southern parts of new jersey, the atlantic city expressway and hammonton dealing with heavy rain and that breaks up during the next several hours. this is the thickest of it, it tapers late tonight. temperatures just a little too warm. in the northwestern suburbs for frozen precipitation, it stays
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well above freezing in the immediate viewing area and a cold rain for the region and reading 38 degrees and raw 42 in philadelphia and southern areas only mid to upper 40s. the rain again pushed in mid to latter part of this afternoon as you head to the north along interstate 80 north to binghamton and it flips to all snow and the back edge to washington now quickly moving to the north and east. the early steady rain gives way to showers after midnight. for the overnight low, and as you go into your wednesday, any drizzle in the morning will kind of just give way to a lot of clouds through much of the day. and there could be late peeks of sun trying to pop out late in the day and temperatures warmer in the lower 50s south of philadelphia. upper 40s for the lehigh valley. and the coldest air so far this late fall season comes in on friday after a front passes on thursday, highs in the 30s on
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friday and winds gusting near 35 especially on friday creating windchills just in the 20s and clouds developing both afternoons with the cold air coming in. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast will indicate a lot of limited sunshine here, 50 degrees on wednesday, thursday 45 degrees with that front on friday. windy and cold and a flurry in the air. and a high of 39 windchills 7:30 in the morning and teens in the northwestern suburbs and it stays cold through the upcoming weekend and highs in the upper 30s and we'll turn the winds down late saturday and sunday. and more clouds on sunday. and rain comes in as the temperatures warm on monday 50 degrees and seasonably chilly here on tuesday 46. not a very bright seven-day forecast but we are not tracking wintry precipitation though. >> keep track of the changes in the forecast with 6at4.com weather, as we fine the latest
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the man in the video is wanted for robbing a post office it happened on november 30th at the chester post office. the suspect was armed with a handgun and the u.s. postal inspection service is offering a reward of up to $25,000 for information on the arrest and conviction of this man. coming up next at 6:00. new details about the collision that killed a new jersey state trooper late last night. and philadelphia police say they have a man behind bars in connection with the deadly shooting of a 14-year-old. >> and officials break ground on what is a new public space and restaurant in philadelphia. that and much more coming up next at 6:00. meteorologist, adam joseph, jaime apody, monica malpass and
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"action news" delaware valley's leading news program. with ducis rogers, meteorologist cecily tynan, and jim gardner. tuesday night and flames force nearly two dozen college students out of their delaware apartment. and temple football coach matt rule is headed to texas. but the big story on "action news" is the wet cold and thoroughly dreary weather. the rain came as promised and it will be around for hours. even into the morning with some
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raw drizzle and then watch out we have our coldest weather of the season bearing down on us. lets get the details from meteorologist, cecily tynan, and accuweather. >> jim pretty nasty night out there. stormtracker 6 live double scan showing what we have going on is a double barrel low pressure system. one low pressure across the midwest and transferring energy to another low over the carolinas and that is pulling in all the moisture and keeping the cooler air in place. what is why it's that cold rain, now here this is mainly a rain event. but where you see the red, that is what is known as bright banding, that is where our radar reflects off little sleet pellets mixing in with the rain. we have sleet mixing in in trenton and heavy rain coming in philadelphia and could have sleet there as well mixing in. it's melting on the roads b

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