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surveillance swiping a police officer's hat, jacket and badge outside a courtroom. >> let's go outside to david, what does it feel like? >> reporter: it's cold out here, we have current conditions, but it will get colder. cloud cover showing cloud cover getting out of here. we'll see sunshine early, but the temperatures will continue to dip. a couple of hours ago we were at 37 degrees we're down to 30. down not low 20s in lancaster, reading and allentown. that colder air coming in from the west is in the process of descending upon us. the windchill is down, it feels like 17 degrees in philadelphia. notice the single digit windchills in reading and lancaster where the winds are beginning to get stronger and the colder air is already moving in, all the numbers will continue to plunge over the next couple of hours. here's where we'll be temperature-wise. by 7:00 a.m. i expect to be 25 degrees, noon, 23.
and then down into the low 20s or on or about 20 for the rest of the afternoon with the cold biting wind opinion e continuing to build it will feel like the single digits through most of the day. uncomfortable, but getting worse through the next several hours. tomorrow is another cold one and then we have a round of snow on saturday morning. details on that coming up, karen. >> reporter: i'm cold just looking at you, come inside. let's check the roads. we had the dusting of snow, girard avenue in fishtown. you can see the snow on the grassy surfaces. slow down your speeds temperatures are dropping through the morning as volume building we'll anticipate more problems later on. right now we're moving in the 40s and 50s, blue route, schuylkill expressway and i-95 except this one spot. i want to take a live look i-95 southbound approaching girard, i showed you this disabled traumatic blocking the right
lane, we have penndot and police on the scene, you can see how traffic is suddenly slowing on i-95 southbound guy girard, a 20 minute ride woodhaven to the vine. salt crews are on the expressway eastbound between 42 and the black horse pike. i noticed people are reporting icy conditions on the atlantic city expressway. >> here we go an arctic front moved in bringing with it a burst of snow enough to coat cars an lawns. >> get ready for a brutally cold day with the lowest temperatures we've seen since february. >> annie mccormick is outside a wawa in pennsauken, annie you are shivering this morning. >> reporter: i am, each half-hour is getting worse, because as david is saying the temperatures are continuing to drop and the winds is picking up. my 6abc pom pom hat you can see the pom pom going back and
forth, that's you know when the wind gusts are picking up. you can see the cars have snow on top of them. take a look at this video, this is earlier from route 70. you can see a salt truck coming through there. i can tell you nj dot did a good job treating the roads both in camden county and also in burlington county on 38 and 70. we're seeing conditions that are not too bad in areas. in moorestown new jersey, this is overnight you can see the snow falling there on mairch street that's my -- main street, that's my hometown, i got to say i'm pretty proud. looks like a christmas card. you can only see less than a half of an inch. it's not too of a problem. we talked to people asking them how to prepare for the cold weather. how do you prepare for that? >> we bundle up, gloves, boots,
long johns, i hope they change their minds and send us back home. >> reporter: are you doing anything differently? layering? >> yeah, i got three layers on, gloves, everything, going in and getting coffee. >> reporter: keep moving. >> keep moving. >> reporter: keep moving that's the goal today, back out here live on route 70. the traffic is going by and it is picking up in the morning. you are seeing slick conditions, you're seeing wet roads, as the temperatures continue to drop you want to be careful as you drive. i can tell you standing out here, two pairs of pants and two pairs of socks and three sweaters and down jacket and 6abc hat. if you have to wait outside, or a little bit of a walk that's what you ought to be prepared to
wear, as well. >> annie's advice, triple pl. it was a picturesque view at the wilmington train station with drivers had to take it slow, the system left a coating on the roads in elsmere. 6:56, the city has issued a code blue, loretta fox take on the task of getting homeless off the streets. they were working with the crowd reach coordination center last night. despite seven years on the job, stewart jones said the nos are hard to accept. >> i try to present the reality, some take it and heed it and some don't. but we still try. >> call (215)232-1984 the
outreach line. we posted code blue information at 6abc.com. it will be in effect until next wednesday. it is unclear if any icy conditions might have led to a drive leaving a driver injured say fiery single car crash in feltonville section. the driver lost control and smashed into a tree and the car burst into flames. the rescue crews pulled the driver from the wreckage. he is in the hospital in serious condition. >> happening today, new jersey lawmakers are pushing a bill that will raise salaries for staffers and clear the way for governor chris christie to profit from a book deal. the bill changed the law prohibiting the governor from drawing any income beyond his 175,000-dollar per year salary. if goes through he could profit from a book deal before he leaves office.
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home builders are due out today. the number of people signing up for the affordable care act is up than a year ago. it's a quarter million more than last year the first figures arem the department of health and human services. that's the latest in business from the nasdaq, back over to you. >> thanks, maribel. >> brrrr. >> reporter: getting colder out there, too. not too long ago we were above freezing, there were snow showers and we're below freezing now. we have lingering snow showers by the coast, these are getting off the coast quickly. cape may county is one of the places that holds on to it for another 15 minutes or so. as we look outside, we have clearing over the airport and look at how the cameras bouncing just a little bit as the winds are beginning to pick up out of
the west. here the temperatures are it's colder to the west, lancaster, 22 degrees, same thing in reading. colder air is in the process of dropping out of the west/northwest. philadelphia down to 30. a couple of hours ago you were 36, 37. the numbers are dropping rather precipitously. you could see what we call a snow squall a quick burst of snow in the 15, 20 minutes could put down a half inch of snow. if you're driving around and you see that you want to slow it down. obviously most of us will not see that it will not be the order of the day. in the lehigh valley i'll give you temperatures where i think we'll be for the afternoon. the highs will be higher than that, but that's behind us in the predawn hours. we'll go for a general temperature of 19 in the lehigh valley and feeling like the single digits down close to zero
with the strong winds. at the shore, cold and windy. in philadelphia, probably around 23 by noon, i think we'll be down closer to 20 later in the day and sun mixing with clouds, cold and windy. windy gusing out of the northwest at 40 miles per hour that will give us severe windchills. if you're heading outside today, especially after an hour or two from now, expect the windchills to be feeling like anywhere from 5 to 10 in the center portion of the region. a little better, but not great down the shore, 10 to 15 degrees there. 5 to 10 snerms of windchills -- in terms of windchills in the allentown toward the poconos. overnight the winds will be a problem gusting up to 35 miles per hour. brisk and cold overnight. as we get into tomorrow, the winds die down, it will be cold with highs in the upper 20s and windchills in the teens. overnight tonight, after midnight a band of snow pushes
through. warm air transitions the snow to rain starting down south and pushing up north. notice in the transition area we have light blue there's a chance as we transition from snow to rain south to north on saturday morning there's a period where it's icy. be careful even after the changeover to rain it might be slick on the roads for a while. in the afternoon on saturday we're back to clouds. there could be snow with the system friday into saturday morning, 2 to 4 up north. 1 to 2 in the metro area maybe a coating of snow down in delaware and south jersey. the rain will wash that away. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 23 degrees today that's where we'll be sitting at noon and maybe colder later onful -- feeling like 9. saturday, snow and ice high of 48 with drying possible in the afternoon.
sunday, 60 around midday. there would be periods of rain and temperatures fall in the afternoon and night. monday we're back in the 30s. >> 6:13 still ahead on "action news," the closely watched trial of a south florida woman trying to higher a hit man trying to kill her husband ends with a dud. a massive winter storm triggers avalanches we'll tell you about that. >> reporter: we have a disabled vehicle i-95 southbound near girard we have penndot on the scene helping with the truck. we have a couple of new accidents coming in from the suburbs, i'll run them down when we come right back. don and i met because i'm a
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>> welcome back taking a live look here, sky6 live hd looking out over center city. it's nice to look at it, not so nice to step into it. 30 degrees, very cold a little bit of a dusting of snow overnight. it's a good idea to plan on layers in your outfit. >> the temperatures are dropping, it's getting worse potentially. >> reporter: they are dropping through the day, the problem is right now, they are not seeing too many slick spots, just be careful and anticipate that as you head out. looking live south philadelphia
26th street and penrose avenue. you can see the dusting of snow on the median and sides of the roads. on 26th street itself nobody is slipping or sliding. be careful as you head toward the platt bridge. i does see people talking on the waze app ice on the ben franklin bridge. i've been keeping an eye on the ben franklin bridge, in the shots i've seen i have not seen anybody slip or slide. use extra precautions as you head out. enterprise at reid road a disabled vehicle and one at cheltenham avenue and owe gons gons -- ogontz avenue. there's more volume out there, you might see accidents pop up. looking live on the ramp i-95 to 452. you can see not only the snow on the grass, but creeping into the ramp. be careful watching the traffic
very slowly move now that the light changed on the ramp there. storm tracker 6 live double scan showing the last snow pushing off the coastline, we have a did you saying and there's some coming down in cape may and milford and the garden state parkway in atlantic city. it's 32 in philadelphia, 22 in reading. the windchill 17 in philadelphia. it gets worse from here this afternoon, matt. >> the judge has declared a mistrial in the case against dalia dippolito. she hired a hit man to kill her husband. in her first trial she was convicted of solicitation to commit first degree murder. that conviction was overturned on appeal. prosecutors say they will move
for a retrial. surveillance video shows the events that led up to a shooting at a oklahoma airport shooting. the employee camped out tore two hours before shooting and killing the other man. it was likely a case of workplace revenge. avalanches forced authorities to shut down a major highway in oregon. two others hit the same area a short time later. thankfully there's no word of any injuries. >> in tech bytes, one short drone flight one giant step for amazon. the company made its first drone delivery 1 minute test flight in the uk. retailer plans to extend test
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we don't have what's on the left. >> reporter: if we get to choose, we choose the right side. let's get you outside not so pretty here, i-95 southbound approaching girard. penndot's got a tight view. he is helping with the disabled truck, they are getting ready to tow it out of here, i-95 southbound blocking the right lane at girard, a 36 minute jam. >> reporter: we're dressing the kids warmly. the temperatures are dropping, the winds are rising, windchills are getting worse. this afternoon we expect windchills in the single digits. if you're heading to the market i wish you would gone yesterday like i told you. it's going on to be cold today, 25 by 7:00 a.m., it will be in the 20s around 7:00 p.m. gusting winds and the windchill making it feel like the single digits him bundle up and be careful out there. >> in "healthcheck," hundreds
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>> happening right now on "action news," brace yourself a deep freeze sets in sending temperatures tumbling after overnight snow, accuweather is tracking the latest. >> a 13-year-old girl is injured after an an after school fight breaks out at a septa station. >> flyers are on a roll after winning their 10th straight game, the longest winning streak in decades. >> let's go over to david and karen with the ice out there. >> reporter: storm tracker 6 live double scan showing the last overnight snow showers clearing the coast. we're looking at a chilly start, if there is any moisture on the roads it might be freezing up, because temperatures are in the process of dropping. be careful of that. the wider view on satellite shows you that cloud cover is beginning to thin out. we'll get partly sunny skies later. look out with the temperatures
dropping, we were up to 37 degrees a couple of hours ago. now down to 30. the northern and western suburbs are at the forefront of the invading area. temperatures in the low 20s. 32 in millville and dover. look at the windchills, they are getting worse, single digits in reading and lancaster with the winds are picking up philadelphia's windchill at 17. all the numbers will be down in the single digits in the next several hours. temperatures dropping, 25 degrees by 7:00 a.m. noon, 23. all the way down to 21 we'll be sitting on 20 by 8:00 p.m. and dipping in the teens overnight. i'll have more of this in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. karen, we still have that chance of snow on friday night into saturday morning, details on that coming up, too. >> reporter: another weather issue to worry about. first you have to get through the morning commute.
looking live in south philadelphia, columbus boulevard. you can see the dusting we got, for the most part, the roads are in good shape. be careful and drive safely, because the temperatures are dropping. you may see more slick spots later. blue route, fine, schuylkill expressway moving in the 20s and 30s. the big issue on i-95 is the disabled vehicle blocking the right lane at girard, 14 miles per hour at cottman, approaching girard 9 miles per hour. a slow ride in on i-95 southbound if you have to stop suddenly in traffic be careful it could be slick in a few spots. this is the ramp i-95 to 452 in delaware county. it's a good shot you can see the snow in the median, creeping into the sides of the ramps, as well. travel safely through that area. an accident hearing injuries delaware county morgan avenue at township line road. a few accidents in the suburbs, not so much on the main highways. >> let's go over to and live at
a wawa in pennsauken, every time we come to you, annie you say it's colder than the last time we checked in. >> reporter: and again, it is colder than the last time, the temperatures continue to drop and the wind gusts still are picking up. take a look at the beautiful shot, the sunset on the horizon, you can he sue the clouds in the -- you can see the clouds in the sky. this is what people will wake up, snow a light coating. it's beautiful and getting you into the holiday spirit. there's not so many problems weather related which makes us appreciate this a little bit more. take a look at the video from along route 70 where i am right now, in pennsauken camden county. you can see a salt truck i can tell you on route 70 an route 38, the roads are pretreated with salt. you can hear the traffic behind me kind of whip by in the areas
where it was treated. like david and karen said as the temperatures continue to drop you have to be careful. taking a look at the video this is video downtown in moorestown on main street, my hometown, it looked beautiful as the snow was falling overnight, but even though it looks like a lot in the shot, when it was all said and done you're only seeing a light coating in the areas of we have been talking to people getting ready for the cold weather whether it's layering up or doing things differently. they are giving us a picture of what they are seeing heading to ann from work. >> reporter: what are you seeing on the roads? >> the bridge was sketchy coming from the city. >> reporter: which one, ben franklin bridge? >> ben franklin bridge. people are driving already, it's a little crazy. >> reporter: what do you think about the wind, and drop in
temperatures. >> the wind is never fun. born and raised in new jersey, this is what you come to new jersey. born and raised. we know this weather we're used to the weather particularly this time of the year. you see the cars in the van, that's the coating you'll see if you park the car nothing too bad to wipe off. i can tell you the temperatures it's cold, if you take the bus walking to a septa station or new jersey transit you need to layer up, even as i'm talking the wind gusts are hitting you in the face. i can tell you matt, earlier, it's a three ply day, two pairs of pants and two pairs of socks and three sweaters underneath the jacket and hat to keep you warm. reporting live in pennsauken, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> annie, you are the role model for all school children across the region, dress warmly. the action cam was in absecon,
atlantic county, this was taken along route 30 where snow showers left the streets and yards lightly coated. cars on the roads saw a dusting, as well. let's head out on mobile 6 heading around fairmont park, bell month plateau. you can see the traffic is building a little bit more. road surfaces look dry, i'll tell you what, you know how black ice works it's called that because you cannot see it until it's too late. be careful especially when you make the turns and shifts in the cars. dangerous cold can be a death sentence for pets left outside. city ordinance says animals should be brought indoors, pet owners could be find up to $500. if you see an animal left out in the coal contact animal care and control team (267)385-3800. 6:36 brand new from our delaware newsroom, state health officials announced the first
flu related death of the season. flu cases were confirmed in all of delaware's three counties in mid november without treatment, flu can lead to respiratory complications which is pneumonia, science and ear infections particularly in the he would elderly and people who are already sick. health officials hope this is a reminder to get a flew act scene. officials say a 13-year-old girl was stabbed because of a fight with another juvenile. she was cut in the hand and transported to st. christopher's hospital with non-life threaten injuries, nobody was arrested. president-elect trump will bring his thank you tour to the keystone state holding a rally in hershey tonight. trump tapped the niece of mitt romeny and the current chair of the michigan republican party. we learned that trump's daughter will have an office in the east
wing and assume some of the duties normally assigned to the first lady. the flyers have won ten games in a row for the first time in 31 years, they beat the avalanche 4-3 in denver. this is the flyers longest winning streak since 1985. they will try to keep their winning he was alive when they visit the stars in dallas this saturday. >> way to go fly guys. hopefully a few people out there are using the zanboni. >> reporter: we had snow showers overnight temperatures are dropping any moisture that was on the road, might be freezing up. something to keep in mind. if we go down to cape may county there's the last. overnight snow shower clearing sea isle city and cape may before to which longer. we have cloud cover across the region, but we'll get plenty of
sunshine. they are making snow at spring mountain in montgomery county. the temperature in philadelphia still holding 30. a few hours ago we were at 37 degrees. we have a quick drop to below freezing temperatures. that will go down over the next several hours. wind out of the west/northwest, 21-mile an hour with higher gusts. windchills are on the way down feeling like the 20s for the most part across the region right now. single digit windchills in the northern and western suburbs. in terms of precip we'll not be seeing a whole lot. in a couple of spots we'll see snow squalls. with temperatures below freezing you can get caught in that slow it down. we'll call today 23 for the high. actually the high is 28, that was couple of hours back there behind us. i want to give you a high for the afternoon, okay, this is
what to expect later today. 23 by 8:00 a.m. 22 by 10:00 a.m. 23 by noon. the rest of the afternoon we'll slide closer to the 20-degree mark. we'll have sun and clouds, very cold out there with the strong blustery wind you're looking at windchills in the single digits most of the day, this is a very raw day, easily the coldest most uncomfortable day of the cold weather season so far. 23 is where we'll be at the best of times during the late morning and afternoon hours only in the upper teens in the northern and western suburbs and mid 20s down the shore everyone dealing with the single digit windchills. and then tomorrow looks like it will be cold again, but not as windy. late tomorrow night into saturday morning, cold air in place, precipitation making warm front on the way. we'll start out with snow because of this and get on the other side of this and eventually change over to rain. let's show you what it looks like on the models. after midnight friday night, 2:00 a.m., saturday, a lot of
area getting a band of snow, a bit more of that early saturday morning, you can see the warm air by 6:30 changing things to rain. the blue area would be the transitional zone where you get sleet and rain. saturday morning, the models are suggesting we change over to rain even in the lehigh valley. i would be careful as the snow changes over to rain there could be lingering icing. n afternoon we're drying. before the change over to rain a coating to an inch washed away down south. 1 to 3 around philadelphia and up toward allentown. poconos will have snow on the ground after the precip end and the rain occurs. 23 is the where we'll be for most of the day today and strong bitter winds making it feel like 9. friday night into saturday morning we have snow changing over to ice and rain.
hopefully happens quickly in the morning on saturday, you'll have to stick with us, we'll be along saturday morning to let you know. sunday, cloudy, rain high of 60 early in the day. back not 0s monday and tuesday. >> 6:42 a.m. still ahead on "action news" a notorious 86-year-old sprcial -- international jewelry thief is arrested yet again. >> teaching staff out west will be allowed to bring weapons to the campus. >> reporter: we'll be talking about accidents in the suburbs when "action news" comes right back. and whether
6:45 a.m. turning to our it could be worse, cleveland ohio it is snowing, getting down to 10. on the right, mobile 6 is showing us it's clear, in cleveland you can see the danger and around here there's black ice, you have to be careful out there. >> reporter: let's go over to karen rogers with traffic and david murphy has weather, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, we're looking at route 100 commerce drive exton, chester county. hearing about slick spots, the snow off on the grass. we have a couple of new accidents coming in. i talked to police, morgan avenue at township line road in
upper darby, we have an accident here there are injuries with that accident. also in delaware county, wycomb avenue at price avenue. an accident where police told me a vehicle hit a pole. a pole is not part of the problem. it may take time to clear this. i talked to police in government, plymouth road, a single-vehicle accident someone hit a pole. we're getting these slick spots here and there. this is a picture i snapped on my way in in camden county. you can see how the snow is on the grass, not on the sidewalks, but a coating in the car. roads might get a slick spot, too. looking at the travel time a big problem on i-95, 55 minute ride from woodhaven to the vine, that's because of the disabled vehicle blocking the right lane at girard. we've watched that travel time grow significantly in the past ten minutes.
schuylkill expressway not as bad. i-95 is trouble spot. >> the tennessee man behind the wheel of a school bus that crashed in chattanooga killing 6 people. the 24-year-old will appear at a policemen father hearing. police charged him with five counts. vehicular homicide. reckless driving and endangerment. today's hearing will determine if there's enough evidence for the case to head to trial. a rural colorado district allowed it's teachers and other staff to carry guns. they voted 3-2 to be armed after undergoing training. it apparently takes law enforcement an average of 20 minutes to get there. a survey shows the community was split on the issue. a lendary jewel thief is
at the "g.m.a." studio. >> robin did you pass jack frost on the way to work this morning? >> it did feel that way. dangerously cold temperatures in the country, where you are, where we are, 30 states from california to maine are under winter weather alerts. how to stay safe during these particularly cold days. new information overnight about the putin's possible interference in the u.s. election. brian ross is here with the late he late -- latest on the investigation. prince harry photographed with his girlfriend out in london. we'll have special guest to determine whole taste sweet cookie victory coming up on "g.m.a." >> that sounds delicious see you soon, robin. >> that's how the cookie crumbles. >> reporter: i would like to try
any one of those. we have a problem on street road a disabled tanker truck blocking street road at i-95 causing a jam. this is the scene on i-95. what a mess, this is i-95 southbound because we had a disabled vehicle at girard, hiewblg travel days from -- huge travel delays from cottman to girard. >> reporter: last of the overnight snow showers starting to clear, cape may county around sea isle and cape may. dress the kids warmly and you, too, we have temperatures dropping below the freezing mark, getting in the 20s quickly. low 20s this afternoon and single digit windchills. we're in the low 20s in lancaster. 30 in philadelphia, but again, down into the low 20s pretty quickly. 21 by 3:00 p.m. 20 degrees by 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. with windchills making it feel like the single digits. i hope you want to the market
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out during the morning commute. the action cam was in moorestown, burlington county. snow felling coating cars and grasses and road surfaces. >> reporter: 59 minute travel time from woodhaven to the vine even though the vehicle cleared. we have an accident on the blue route northbound at route 30. there you see it. be careful of a slick spot around. >> reporter: we were above the freezing mark a couple of hours ago and then we got down to let's see about 36 degrees a little while ago, we're down to 30. going down to 28 later and in the low 20s that were. the big story today, windchills it's going to feel like the single digits starting about 10:00 a.m. and continuing
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good morning, america. life-threatening cold and snow spreading from coast to coast. more than 100 million people in its path. a rare snowfall paralyzing an entire city. this school bus sliding down the street. colliding with cars, these two hikers rescued surviving more than 30 hours in bitter temperatures. now a major storm targeting the midwest and northeast. bringing more snow and cold, 30 states are on alert. new overnight top intelligence officials tell abc news vladimir putin was personally involved with the hacking that interfered with america's presidential election. new details about the russian president's role. his denial, as well as president-elect trump meets with tech titan, the heads of apple, amazon, google and more. >> everyone has to like me at least a little bit. >> his children there too.