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taking more turns, it's a warm start to the morning, but rain is coming. be prepared to bundle up once again. plus, the tables are turned, two robbers shot in separate incidents in philadelphia. the battered eagles are down in baltimore clinging to an extremely slim playoff chance. ron jaworski said a local star could hurt them more. sky6 live hd giving you a glimpse of philadelphia international airport, fog out there. be careful as you head out.
a pleasant morning to you, nydia han will join us later this morning, but first, chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. we had rain and snow and all that stuff yesterday. it was warm this morning, too. >> reporter: some are waking up to a couple of rumbles of thunder and lightning. the weather has been crows the last couple of hours. sky6 live hd, dilworth park, christmas tree lit very pretty this morning. this morning temperatures have climbed into the 50s already, all those frozen roads and slushy sidewalks and things like that that is norm -- no more as everything continues to melt. the warmer air has punched through the city. you can see the ten here, visibility is okay in the city and wilmington anticipate dover, and this will continue to lift
north over the neck couple of hours. they are stuck in the soup in the lehigh valley, .3. and the poconos .8 of a mile in reading. 57 in dover, a pair of 5s for philadelphia. 35 in in allentown. 44 for the peculiars, trenton, 50 degrees. the temperatures will climb ahead of a cold front, and then they plunge in the evening hours. 61 in charleston, west virginia. 35 in pittsburgh, and falling, 30 in buffalo, 55 degrees in philadelphia. and 51 in washington, d.c. so pretty much expect everything today, except snow, it's going to be one of those days. 58 by 9:00 a.m., 60 degrees by 11:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m., 39 the temperatures drop off a cliff and we have windchills in the 20s.
i'll have more coming up in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> the rollercoaster continues. >> new information to tell you about this morning, two family pets are dead and families are getting help from red cross. flames shot from the home on the 4700 block of orchard street. fire spread to neighboring homes. sadly a homeowner said a pitbull rescued and trained to walk again died in the fire, a 14-year-old cat died. >> it is unfortunate situation when someone's house catches fire during the christmas period. companies made a good effort in getting everyone out. >> we know that live power lines fell into the street hampering efforts to fight the fire. peco responded quickly and was able to shut off the line the
fire is being investigated. police say a pizza delivery driver was approached by a 19-year-old man last night. the delivery driver shot the man twice when he was trying to steal from him. the suspect was taken to einstein in stable condition. this morning another robber was shot this happened at an auto repair shop in southwest philadelphia. police say the 30-year-old robber entered the shot at 7:30 wearing a mask and gloves. he confronted an employee with a gun and demanded money. police say it was while the robber was making his getaway he was shot. >> he was confronted by a second economy with a handgun and license to carry. this male, whether he realized that the store was robbed or not
fired shots at the robber. >> and police tell us the second employee shot the robber three times after the criminal pointed a gun at him. not clear if the robber fired shots. the suspect was taken to penn presbyterian in stable condition. police believe the employee act understand self-defense. this morning at least nine deaths nationwide are being blamed on accidents on snowy icy roads. this is a jaw-dropping pileup in baltimore. tens of millions are caught in the middle of the cold and slick conditions. we have more on the winter blast. >> reporter: millions of americans are in the frigid grip of a cold weather system sprawling from the midwest to the northeast. >> i've got all my gear on. >> reporter: snow, ice and freezing rain turned highways
deadly. in baltimore a gas tanker truck overturned and plunged off i-95 and burst into flames. cell phone video captured the moment it went skidding across the slick pavement tichg -- tipping over and exploding. at least three people are reported killed. in fairfax, virginia, as many as 30 vehicles were caught in this chain-reaction crash. a man's body was found near the crash up, believed to be a victim. in nora -- new mexico another p. even roads that look safe can be treacherous, black ice making for scary spinouts. air travelers found themselves grounded by the wicked weather with thousands of flights delayed or canceled. but the bitter weather can't kill the holiday spirit. >> it's cool that there's snow
before christmas. >> reporter: temperatures are plummeting across the central u.s. as a blast of arctic air moves in. windchills expected to reach 30, even 40 degrees below in some places. abc news, new york. >> folks, time, 6:07. eagles fans are making the trip to baltimore as the birds take on the ravens. the eagles have long odds. ron jaworski said they face a challenge stopping audubon native and university of delaware person joe flacco. >> he is a super bowl champion and m.v.p., you face him in a game with an abundance of receivers. they don't run the ball, they
throw the ball, this eagles secondary will be stressed against joe. >> flacco said he has a connection with carson wentz because both came came out of smaller schools. it is 6:08. tomorrow, despite frantic efforts to them to change their votes, 305 electors are expected to officially elect donald trump the next president. president-elect was in mobile alabama holding his last victory rally. he was with his choice for attorney general, jeff sessions. he said he will be the president for all the people. >> my message today is for all americans, from all parties, all beliefs, all races, all walks of life, whether you're an
african-american, hispanic american, asian-americans, we're all americans, we're all united by one shared destiny. >> trump spent yesterday morning on twitter taking aim at china calling it an unprecedented act that china seized an unmanned drone. president obama and his family are their christmas vacation in hawaii. they were staying on on oahu where he was born. he will visit pearl harbor marking 75 years since japan attacked the american base. the japanese prime minister will be the first japanese leader to go to the site. more to come on sunday morning, super saturday, area bargain browsers venture out in
the snow and the ice and cold on one of the biggest shopping days of the year. a salute to a hero, john glenn is laid to rest but not before a final salute to vice president joe biden. tough guy, bernard hopkins steps into the ring. chris, can you do that? >> reporter: i can't care that what i am not close to 51. we're nearly at 60 degrees and we have a cold front coming in later tonight. i'll let you know when it arrives.
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>> so glad you're waking up with us, 6:13, the snow, ice, fog and rain all hit as the shoppers scrambled for deals a week ahead of christmas. jeanette reyes has more from king of prussia. >> i i should have done my christmas shopping a while ago. >> reporter: that was the sentiment as they headed into the crowded shopping site. they dodged the cold blast at king of prussia as they took advantage of the corridor that linked two shopping centers. no need to go outside. >> i like how you don't have to leave the mall and and you can just walk through. >> it's been very successful.
>> reporter: shopping bags in hand this father needed more than a reprieve from the cold to make it through the day. that could be a little overwhelming how is it going? >> a little overwhelming busiest shopping day of the year, high daughter turning 16 years old and able to drive, a little more than overhelming. >> we're shopping and enjoying the brisk weather and having a good time. >> long johns, and hats, gloves. >> reporter: it's the kids who have the most to gain cold weather or not. >> i want to go get more toys. >> reporter: that was smart to come out here i like the way you think. take a look at the roads, they are just wet, but earlier in the day they were treacherous and
icy. that didn't keep shoppers home, but mall officials tell us they were able to make up for it throughout the day. jeanette reyes channel 6 "action news." >> a little cold is not going to stop any shoppers. no cold today, right? >> reporter: no, no, that's in correct. >> 60s. >> reporter: for now. wait until you see what happens this evening. >> why do you have to be a kill joy. >> reporter: because it's fun to look at these numbers. >> let me see them what's going on. >> reporter: let's get you outside and show you what's going on live on sky6 live hd. you can see the image earlier, you can't see anything, that's the commodor barry bridge. a lot of fog continues to lift. we're seeing patchy drizzle, that's about it. there's no icing taking place anywhere, temperatures are about freezing just about everywhere. the radars are for the most part clear, one or two locations
picking up a spritz or sprinkle. nothing too terribly heavy. reading, a half-hour you were at 36 and now you're up to 40. dover, 60 degrees, 58 down there. 55 in philadelphia. 53 in atlantic city and millville, checking in at 53. this is more impressive. take a look at the 24 hour temperature change here, 26 degrees warmer than the same time yesterday in philadelphia. 27 degrees warmer in dover. 23 degrees warmer in atlantic city. now, here's the bad news. here's the cold front pushing through, you can see the rain lining up the laisms -- appalachians here. some of this is heavy embedded thunderstorms, as well. the air is cold enough on the backside we're switching this over to snow and icy mix. gray, this is what i was talking about. this is the air mass heading this way.
the good news it's only going to be this cold at gray's house, everybody else, not this bad. look at the numbers, 26 below with the wind. 60s along the east coast. again it's not going to be this cold here, but it's a sure bet we'll be dealing with windchills in the teens and 20s over the next 24, 36 hours. here's future tracker 6. mostly cloudy, rain developing with the approaching cold front. by 2:00 p.m. we'll see more than what the model is showing here. this is moving quickly, by 5:00, a lot of hits the coast it is out of here. skies might brighten a little bit before sunset. that's when the temperatures start to crash. 11:00 a.m., 62 degrees, reading, 58. allentown, 58. look at this, we get into the evening. 7:00 p.m. 60, 62 this morning, windchills around 29 degrees by 7:00 p.m.
19 is what it will feel like in reading. 21 in allentown, 2 degrees in the poconos. there's tomorrow morning, windchills blustery. 4 degrees in the poconos. periods of rain or rain developing late morning continue into the first part of the afternoon, windy, forecasting a high of 60 degrees and weather wise this is about as backwards as you will ever see, temperatures warming in the morning, crashing by the after. 60 at 11:00 a.m., 39 degrees air temperature by 5:00 p.m. cold overnight, 18 outlying suburbs, 25 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, partly sunny, colder for tomorrow, 35. tuesday, sun and clouds, 29. windchills in the upper 20s, low 30s. the first day of winter is milder with a high of 46. thursday, occasional rain 47. christmas eve becoming cloudy and high of 46. gray? >> cold on the way. thank you chris.
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crashing down on top of a wedding party in los angeles. one person was killed and five people hurt. the most seriously injured was a 4-year-old girl for head trauma. not clear what caused the tree to fall. l.a. was in a drought and got heavy rain the past few days. u.n. city security councill vote on a new measurement, the international committee of the red cross said there's no timetable to resume evacuations from the syrian city of aleppo. 89 u.n. wants to monitor
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county and the poconos. the visibility is quarter of a mile. allentown, .3 of a mile. they are in the soup. poconos,.3 of a mile. i continue to get a lot of questions on social media. what's the call for christmas. here's the early call. here's philadelphia, what appears what will happen we'll get an area of low pressure out here, that low will cut north and west of philadelphia, it's called a great lakes cutter. the good news all the cold will stay trapped across the northwest. the plains and the great lake states. this is all mild air. we'll talk about highs close to 50, 52, the question is how much rain does this provide. some of the models have it hitting on the 26th and others on christmas day we shall see. gray. >> we're all watching, thank you so much. 6:26, the road has not been
friendly to the eagles, jeff skeverski kicks off sports with a preview of the birds in baltimore. >> reporter: dumb mistakes that's what eagles receiver jordon matthews says is the big problem this year and if winning is not hard enough for carson wentz and company, baltimore has not been too kind to rookies. nine seasons ago a rookie quarterback has not won a single game down there. good luck. wentz and the eagles hope to snap out of this losing streak. they have not won a game road in 3 months, they need a million things to go right to make out the playoffs. >> the season has not played out the way we thought, we hope to end the season on a high note and build momentum for next year. >> baltimore is in a must-win situation in their division, we're not going out there
scrimmaging, these are flying bullets. it's a way is to set us up and buildmistry. flyers have been lights out, last night the lights go out on there ten game winning streak in dallas. first period against the stars, rookie taylor lear, his first goal. steve mason, gets beat twice on reap bounds in the second and the third, flyers lost 3-1. it is their first loss in more than 3 weeks. >> it's about the two points every night. that's what, i guess i'm concerned with tonight, i think our guys will be, as well. two points that were available going into the third period and you know we came up a little bit short. >> the sixers taking on the
different days. dashing for deals, the cold could not keep the shoppers from red hot deals. meteorologist chris sowers joins us with the accuweather forecast. snow, rain, ice, fog, yesterday. >> reporter: thunder and lightning this morning. >> and fog this morning. a lot going on. this might be a stretch here, but some locations in our viewing area if you head out early you can wear shorts and by this evening, we're bundled up in heavy coats, scarves, it's wild. rapidly changing conditions that's the theme for today. we start out mild this morning, the winds pick up, the rain move in and temperatures crash and fall off a cliff. the camera is shaking, that's the ben franklin bridge, the winds picking up in advance of this approaching cold front which has put us in the warm sector right now. we had 20s and 30s yesterday at this time. take a look at the temperatures
now, most locations in the 40s and 50s. 34 in fleetwood. this is the cold stuff up to the north. this is northern berks county, lehigh valley and the poconos. everybody else, 40s and 50s. chester 54. glassboro, 53. cinnaminson, 53. dover, 60. 56 in hammonton, 50 degrees on the boards in atlantic city. storm tracker 6 live double scan showing a line of rain, look at the yellows and reds actually seeing thunderstorms pushing across the appalachians. this line will charge east. rain will break out probably mid to late morning. it will continue into the first part of the afternoon, look what happens to the temperatures behind it. 60 degrees by 9:00 a.m. 58 degrees by 11:00 a.m. the numbers continue to fall, by 5:00 p.m., 39. at that point we've got windchills in the upper 20s, here's a look at the breakdown for today, so near 60 degrees by dawn. the front moves in. rainfall totals range anywhere
from a quarter inch to 3 quarters of an inch. some areas could hear a rumble of thunder. near 40, upper 30s by sunset. we could have puddles in the overnight freeze because temperatures drop so quickly. >> thank you so much. 6:33. our weather rollercoaster is going up and down moore hills today. this is a look at the thick fog around university city late last night. it made late night driving tough for folks out there. we went from snow and ice to a warm morning. now we're in store for more rain. that as little snow and ice is washed away. despite that platter of weather, shoppers are super focused on shopping just a week to get
those gifts. ted johnson is director of marking for the philadelphia premium outlet. >> people like it this time of the year, feels festive. it makes people think of having a white christmas. i think it adds to the experience. >> it's a good idea to call ahead if you're catching a flight this morning. if you're expecting to pick someone up from philadelphia international airport. other airports, chicago o'hare and minnesota are reporting cancellations and delays, that might have a ripple effect in philadelphia. call 1-800-phl-gate to check on the status of flights. get the seven-day forecast and check storm tracker 6 live anytime of the day at our website 6abc.com/weather. and new information to tell you about this morning, a man and his elderly mother managed to get safely out of their wynnfield home during a house fire.
the action cam at that scene. the 5600 block of win daily avenue. the fire started at about 3:30 a.m., two people inside scrambled out of that home. they were not hurt, the red cross this morning is helping them find temporary shelter. firefighters put out the fire in about 20 minutes, so far no word on a cause. an early-morning fire in the port richmond section of philadelphia, has left four people homeless. the action cam at that scene. 2700 block of kensington avenue. the fire started at 1:40 a.m. in the basement. all four people living in the apartments on the first and second floors were able to get out without any injuries. firefighters contained the fire to the basement. there is smoke and water damage to the apartments. investigator are trying to figure out the fire. police in kensington are looking for a suspect who reportedly fired shots at officers. the investigation was taking place at d and west more handle
streets at 10:30. no injuries were reported. a delaware native who invented the heimlich manuver has died. henry heimlich was born in wilmington in 1920. he came up with the manuver to save people from choking. he died from a heart attack. his invention saved thousands of lives. he was 96 years old. thousands of people packed the coal seem to say goodbye to glen john glenn. an honor guard escorting thehea. joe biden worked with john glenn. >> john was one of the happiest
people i ever new, think about it. one of the happiest people i ever new. he had that infectious smile even when it looked like things were crashing down, he would walk into my office or my caucus with that big smile on his face, where in the hell has he been, did he not just hear what i just heard. >> paying tribute to a legend. in 1962 glen became the first american to orbit the earth and in 1993 he was the oldest person in space at the age of 77. gas prices are rising in time for the holidays penny pinching. oil prices jumped well above $50 per barrel since opec reduced royal -- oil production. him prices could hit $3 a gallon in parts of the country as early
as next month. philadelphia boxing legend bernard hopkins ended his career and it comes with a loss. the bout against joe smith junior ended in the 8th round a tko when he knocked hopkins through the rope there. hopkins 51. smith 28. hospital kings said he goes out happy. >> still to come on "action news" sunday morning. a secret sandy inside a local kmart, we'll tell you what he did for some of the families that want to meet him to say thank you. a makeover in camden county, you'll hear why it will revitalize the american dream. outside we go, sky6 live hd give you go a live look over camden. there was fog out there this morning, take it easy on the road. meteorologist chris sowers said
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yesterday. there was fog out there earlier. source is tracking this up and down rollercoaster. i can't believe people can wear shorts today. >> reporter: yesterday it was snowing and raining and sleeting and fog and now 55 degrees and thunderstorms. another day of weather buffet. >> get you outside there's the view down in cape may. you can see a little bit of clearing here. mainly cloudy skies down there, we'll be stuck in the clouds most of the time today with an approaching cold front, clouds will lower and thicken again, eventually we all get in on more rain. double scan live showing that for now, most of the area is clear, we've got this one cell that suddenly popped up in southern montgomery county and northern chester county. we're actually seeing lightning strikes right now. we have three reported lightning strikes in the last minute. it's pushing through upper
montgomery county east of pottstown south of green lane. green lane is probably seeing heavy downpours now. all this racing off to the northeast at 30 miles per hour. expect heavy downpours briefly and maybe a couple of rumbles of thunder. the wider view shows the system we're watching is a cold front, another arctic front. the air behind this air mass is mighty cold. windchills below zero. chicago, soldier field packers taking on the bears they are forecasting a high of 2 degrees with windchills 15 to 20 below. for us it will touch off rain maybe downpours in the midday hour. our temperatures crash, are as well in the evening hours. 55 in philadelphia, millville. dover, 58. trenton, showing a pair of 5s. future tracker 6 i think you'll
see more rain than what the model is picking up. everybody will see showers the exception being the jersey shore by 11:00 a.m. this will push south and east during the first part of the afternoon. 2:00 p.m., same thing you'll see more in the way of showers than what the model is showing. and then we quickly clear, the frontal system is quickly pushing through. by 5:00 it's already hitting the coast, at that point that's when the temperatures tail off. for today it's almost like the tale of two seasons. almost spring like, by tonight winter. watch this, as we take a look at future tracker with the temperatures, by noon, the model has us up to 62. upper 40s, low 50s for the far western suburbs. look how quickly the numbers drop off in the span of three hours we're down to 45 in philadelphia. 40 in reading, 38 in lancaster. we get to 6:00 p.m., 39 degrees for philadelphia.
31 in reading. 29 in allentown. at that point windchills are in the 20s. speaking of 20s, the actual air temperatures are down into the 20s as we get into the first part of monday morning. 8:00 a.m., 25 degrees for philadelphia. windchills in the teens. overnight tonight, temperatures dropping, 25 for philadelphia, 19 in reading, 18 in allentown underneath a clear sky. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, here we go, 60 degrees for today, wind periods of rain. cold tomorrow, 35 degrees. windchills stuck in the 20s all day. tuesday is blustery and cold, as well, high of 39. windchills won't be as harsh. it's still going to be chilly. wednesday, the first day of winter, milder day, 46. rain thursday, 47. christmas eve looks cloudy and mild high of 46 and the early call for christmas, cloudy and rain temperatures in the low 50s. so, no snow, no white christmas this year, it could be worse, i
guess. >> the weather is all over the place. >> you build us up and bring us down. [laughter]. thank you for the update. time 6:46 a.m., a secret santa is making christmas stress free for people in the area. the spirit of generosity is catching on, jeanette reyes has the story from ridley, delaware county. >> i never thought anybody would do something like that. >> reporter: vanessa was on her way to the kmart in ridley township to pay off her items. she ran into a woman who had her hands full. >> there he was a lady leaving with ten boxes and she said thank you so much. >> reporter: that woman walked away with $1,000 in items paid off. she would be floored at what you hear next. >> they paid your lay away off.
>> reporter: store employees say the secret santa is no stranger to this kmart, he has done this for several years, he pays off lay away account that that are nearing theand asks to pay off toys and other christmas presents. she had $300 left to payoff. >> it's nice. >> reporter: apparently this christmas spirit is contagious. another lady came and people in line, she was there to pay one persons and pay everybody's layoff in line. >> reporter: enthough her son's christmas list is checked off, there's one thing left to do for the holidays. >> i want to thank that person. >> reporter: the mystery man we are told does not want to be identified. reporting in ridley township, jeanette reyes channel 6 "action
>> just about 6:50, dozens prayed for a boy in blackwood, new jersey, they gathered to show support for the boy who was diagnosed with cancer at aim 3. he was there for that service. he was alongside his team of supporters to let him know they were by his side. firefighters hosted a christmas party for families in need. action cam stopped by ladder ten, there was balloon animals and santa stopped by to talk to the kids and hand out christmas presents. young performers are helping get people excited about this holiday season, all through dance, students from dance fusion and dance center
celebrated a festival of lights, they celebrated christmas, hanukkah and quawnd is -- kiwans is. a neighborhood is getting a in any caseover. >> reporter: a big announcement from the city of camden. the city will receive $1 million to revitalize the mount ephraim south community thanks to a grant from the department of housing and urban development. >> what the designation does today is use additional dollars, new schools being constructed, the school under construction right now will be a new school k to 8 coming from this neighborhood or whitman park or liberty park. >> reporter: it's 130 million that will be dive did i did i dp
with cities across the country. after failed attempts to secure the grant, mayor thank those who helped. >> people in camden can know this holiday season they have not been forgotten. promises made, promises kept. >> a choice community where you have everything from access to healthcare, where you have great schools and economic opportunity, it is the revitalization of the american dream. >> planners expect more than 300 mixed income units and almost a dozen owned units. residents are cautionly excited. >> i can't wait to see the new community we wait for so many years. when it is here then i will believe it. >> reporter: we are told that the plan is expected to be completed in five years and already some projects like grant village behind me have begun. reporting in camden, and channel
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>> a grieve are mother and father are reaching out for answer about their son's killer that comes along with $20,000 reward for any information. here's rick williams with this morning's crime fighters report. >> reporter: 25-year-old darrell singleton was going to school to become an emt. somethinged some -- something hs mother said he was very dedicated. >> that's why she found it odd he wasn't going to class tuesday night. >> he said his teacher was not going to be in school. i don't know if they were or not, but he did not go to class that night.
>> reporter: 7:00 p.m., darrell was at his house in hoffman street in cobbs creek section. 7:36 police were called to the area for a person with a gun. when they arrived they found darrell suffering from gunshot wounds to the head and torso. he died at the hospital. >> i feel like he was set up. >> reporter: darrell's father believed a previous run in back in june may have contributed to his murder. >> he was around street some guys came around there and robbed him. and that's where i think everything began. >> reporter: the citizens crime commission is administering a 1,000-dollar reward and the city of philadelphia is offering up to $20,000 for the arrest and conviction of the person responsible. all you have to do is call 215-546-tips. all calls will remain anonymous. i hope it leads to someone speaking up. if they can do it to him, they
can do it to anybody. sue. >> reporter: for crime fighters i'm rick williams, channel 6 "action news." >> time 6:57 there's another hour of "action news" sunday morning straight ahead. here's some of the stories we're following for you. the fog is moving out, the rain is moving in. meteorologist chris sowers is tracking the timing and a big plunge in the temperatures. also a dog who learned to walk again died following a fire in philadelphia. plus, a stamp out hunger drive makes a stop at citizens bank park it's all next on "action news" sunday morning. >> weather rollercoaster is
taking even more turns, storm tracker 6 live shows rain drifting into areas like montgomery county. it's a warm start to the morning, don't let this brief warmup fool you be prepared to bundle up again. tables are turned, two robbers are shot in separate incidents in philadelphia. the embattled eagles are in baltimore, ron jaworski said a local star could hurt their odds even more. a pleasant good morning, sunday morning, 7:00 a.m. looking live at philadelphia international airport. we were dealing with fog earlier, but that should be cleared out by now. chris sowers is at the "action
news" big board. cold is coming, right chris? >> reporter: 60s early, but temperature crash later. we don't have ice or snow, but we have heavy, drenching downpours north and west of philadelphia. we had lightning strikes, the counter is on, but not recording lightening strikes now. we're zoom into upper bucks and montgomery county. this is green lane, heavy downpour pushing east of green lane moving to the northeast 40 miles per hour. south of quakertown, here's route 611 heavy drenching downpours north of doylestown, 15 or 20 minutes ago. all this activity rapidly pushing off to the northeast getting rallied to move into north central portions of new jersey. the wider view showing a huge line stretching from new england all the way down into the deep south across the appalachian states, heavy soaking downpours, lots of yellows, reds and oranges, note what's going on on the backside, the temperature