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>> a plant good morning to you, 7:00 a.m., now, saturday, january 21. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news." it is now time to get to work, donald trump is waking up this morning in the white house as the new commander-in-chief. mr. trump's presidency marked by protest across the country, more demonstrations are being held today including a large rally in philadelphia. plus, headache, a major stand between bucks and burlington counties, it's closed this morning, we have details on why and when it may reopen. first outside we go, meteorologist chris sowers tracking the forecast helping you plan the day with accuweather, chris, gloomy and gray. >> reporter: same song and dance. it's gray and groomy and -- gloomy, it's damp out here, as well. we had patchy misting, that has
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stopped, but it's damp on the roads, we're issuing the yellow caution flag we want i to drive slowly because of the areas of fog that has developed. some of it is rather dense. 2 miles in philadelphia that's the visibility report in the city. less than an mile in reading and lancaster. less than a mile in wilmington. the lehigh valley you're sitting at a mile, one mile in millville, 3 miles in dover. 1.3 in trenton. take a look at this, future tracker, we're tracking this fog all day long. it doesn't lift until the first part of the afternoon and even then we're talking about visibility levels between 1 and 3 miles defending on your location. we'll be stuck in this for quite sometime. gray and gloomy that's the call from accuweather, mostly cloudy, patchy fog, 53 degrees that's the forecasted high, to give you an idea how mild it is right now, january 21, no gloves and
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scarf no hat, i'm in a wind breaker right now. that's it. it's very, very mild. high temperature today expected to top out around 53. satellite and radar when i come back in a just a few minutes, we'll focus on that feature toward the bottom of the screen that's our nor'easter it arrives sunday night into monday. details coming up when i come back in just a few. your time 7:02. today is the first full day in office for the 45th president of united states. donald j. trump will wake up in the white house after a long day filled with ceremony and governing. president trump will attend a prayer service. "action news" was in university city morning as hundreds boarded buses heading to washington, d.c. for a march on washington.
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john rawlins has a look at what motivated them to rally. he has a look ahead at the women's march in philadelphia, he is live along the benjamin franklin parkway. whatwhat can we expect? >> reporter: city police are on the move closing streets around the parkway to accommodate the women's march on philadelphia which is a march and rally to begin at 10:00 a.m. anne run until 3:00 p.m. organizers describe it as a sister march to the much larger march in washington, d.c. we caught up with groups today, one in university city area they were boarding buses to go to washington, d.c. that group has four hundred people heading to washington. it was organized via social media. we have people gathering and getting on buses in king of prussia. thousands of people from this area going to washington. it's predicted some 200,000 people will participate in the washington, d.c. march in protest of donald trump and his
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administration. now, closer to home, that would be the philadelphia march and rally, according to the organizers they are expecting 20 to 30,000 people along the parkway. police are starting to shut down streets around logan square, up the parkway, as well. those closures are expected to last from now until possibly as late as 5:00 p.m., this afternoon. be forewarned it's going to be a big march and rally according to organizers here, live in center city, john rawlins channel 6 "action news" back to you. >> thank pg -- thank you so much. president trump attended several inaugural ball also last night giving him another stage to deliver his agenda. cell phones captured the president and his first lady walking out to hail to the chief
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at the freedom ball. during the -- before the gala he signed his first executive order and james mattis as secretary of defense. we'll not be taken advantage of any more. >> reporter: during a lunch, donald trump honored hillary clinton his opponent in the bitter november election. of course we covered inauguration day from all the angles on the 6abc app. you'll find dozens of pictures and videos from washington, d.c. and our area, as donald trump became our 45th president. the 6abc app is a download for the mobile device. former president george h.w.bush and his wife barbara is improving. mr. bush is breathing on his own after doctors removed a
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breathing tube yesterday. the 92-year-old is being treated for pneumonia. barbara bush, is improving, the 91-year-old is being treated for bonk kites. bronchitis. this morning, firefighters are trying to figure out what started a fire that killed two brothers in delaware county. smoke poured out of a second floor window on the one thousand block of morton avenue in chester yesterday. the fire ripped through 3 homes a mother and her two adult sons were in one of the homes. the brothers died in the fire, we are told one of them was disabled. that mother is being treated for smoke inhalation. it was a traffic nightmare in bucks county last night. thousands were stuck and frustrated after the turnpike connector bridge was shut down connecting bristol township in burlington county, new jersey, crews say they do not know when it will reopen. jeff chirico has the details.
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>> reporter: drivers were seeing red in more ways than one as brake lights lit up for miles in bristol township. commuters forced to find new ways home after the emergency closures of the delaware river turnpike bridge. >> reporter: it's not this busy at all. >> i got off i-95 half an hour ago. >> reporter: and you've gone how far? >> not even five miles. >> we got off the exit was kind of like this, it's never like this. >> reporter: the delays began around 3:00 p.m. after a bridge painting crew found a fracture in the truss on the pennsylvania side. inspectors worked into the night assessing the problem. meanwhile, motorists were directed to use the narrower burlington bristol bridge causing tie ups on 413 and 13. turnpike officials say it's unclear how long it will take to repair the 61-year-old span. motorists in bristol might get
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relief officials have suggested a detour over the scutter falls bridge on i-95. that's miles away, so some are planning for delays. >> i all right wake up at 5:30 a.m. i probably have to wake up 4:00 a.m. to get to work on time. >> reporter: officials plan to release a timeline this weekend for repair so motorists can plan their monday morning commute. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> retirement is not what it used to be. next we meet local workers who are punching the clock well past the age of 65. plus notorious drug lord joaquin "el chapo" guzman has made his appearance in a courtroom. rain and mudslides brought down trees. >> reporter: it was not the weekend we were hoping for in the delaware and the lehigh valleys. expect fog this morning and lots
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of clouds today and tomorrow, and gusty rain and winds move into the delaware valley. details coming up.
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>> joaquin "el chapo" guzman has faced a judge in brooklyn, the mexican drug kin pin pleaded not guilty operating a ruthless drug trafficking ring. he alluded them for two decades. he is being held without bail in a detention facility where bin laden'sd up. surveillance video shows a man stealing hundreds of dollars from the store. he went back to steal toilet
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payroll. he left behind five thousand dollars in damage. the deluge keeps coming in california, the state once starving for rain, wind whipped heavy rain has put the state under water. it's not good news, flooding has overtaken cabins, cars and trucks as you see there. trees and rivers rose up and trees and power lines came crashing down on homes. >> it felt like a tornado was moving up the canyon. it's been storming like that for the past few days, but never like this before. >> the storm forced president obama's plane to divert 60 miles north of palm springs where's vacationing this weekend. a lot of rain for the folks in california. >> reporter: that is not the vacation spot. >> we'll not see rain today.
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>> reporter: other than this morning it's just a cloudy day, lots of that, lots of fog on the menu this afternoon. it's tomorrow we see the rain and sunday night into monday that's when everything turns downhill. we'll see the full-blown nor'easter charge up the eastern seaboard. live shot from our temple university camera. as we go get you down into atlantic city, it looks worse, the low ceiling visibility down to less than a mile in several locations. we'll be dealing with this all morning long. as we flip it to the radars, we won't be dealing with rain today. it's overnight tonight and sunday into monday when the rain arrives. fog visibility holding steady 2 miles since we first went on at 5:30 a.m. a mile in the lehigh valley, 1.3 in trenton. just take it easy on the roads this morning.
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its easy to outrun your headlights when pick up fog that dense. temperatures on the mild side. we get the low level clouds that keep the numbers mild. we're above the normal high, of 40. we're at 43. millville, 39. jacksonville to maine there's the storm sunday night into monday. we'll look at that on future tracker 6. later this afternoon we're expecting some of the fog to lift, otherwise it's a mostly cloudy day, the model is hinting toward a few peeks of sunshine. if you see any sun consider yourself lucky because most of us will be locked in from start to finish. overnight, after midnight tonight sunday morning, here comes rounds number one, the rain moves in. some of it will be steady, that pulls away by early afternoon. we catch a break in the action and leftover drizzle and mist.
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the second round moves in sunday night into monday. here comes heavy batches of rain on the northern edge, the periphery of the nor'easter that will be charging up the eastern seaboard and the winds will pick up as well. the winds on future tracker, it's not an issue today, it's tomorrow into monday. 4:00 sunday, we stop the clock there. 25-mile an hour gusts in atlantic city. watch how they say numbers increase here. by 4:00 a.m. on monday, 53 miles per hour in atlantic city. up to 60 miles per hour by 9:30 a.m. that's a straight east wind for hundreds ever miles, the waves will continue to build and batter the beaches. there could minor structural damage to the communities on the water. along the coast this is what to expect, sunday night into monday, peek gusts 55 to 60 miles per hour, hurricane force begins at 74. beach erosion is likely and
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power outages likely and coastal flooding with monday morning's high tide that occurs at 4:00 a.m. in the atlantic city. today is the quiet day, lots of clouds and fog around, 50 degrees in reading, 53 for philadelphia. a pair of 5s not bad in wilmington. 54 in dover, 54 in cape may. the normal high is 40, we're well above seasonal averages. overnight tonight, we stay above seasonal averages. reading, 42. cloudy skies, fog redeveloping and the rain will develop after midnight, as well. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, very, very mild, doesn't look like the middle of january, that's for sure, it looks like the beginning of march or the middle of march. 53 degrees today. cloudy skies, morning rain, rain developing -- morning fog, excuse me. rain developing 52 degrees
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monday, we'll call it windswept rain. tuesday, rain left over in the morning. 52 degrees, wednesday looks like a nice day, thursday is supposed to be a nice day, mother nature didn't see it that way. >> despite the rain and the gray. >> reporter: we like gray. >> i'm glad you like gray. that's a good thing. thank you buddy. 7:17 a.m. america's workforce is changing, workers are staying on the job past 65 or starting at that age. tamala edwards introduces us to older workers and gets tips for staying on the job. >> reporter: barbara 65th birthday is come and gone, but she is on the job. >> i love working. >> reporter: after greg retired from teaching he became a pharmacy technician, they play a vital role at the giants in
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conshohocken. one in five workers is over 65. older workers are valued for their problem solving and reliability. to extend your years, work smart. start with keeping your core muscle engaged to reduce strain on your back. for moving objects, instead of reaching outs and twisting, come close to the object, bend your waist and stand up and turn. >> reporter: for those standings on the job put one foot up to reduce back strain. anyone in an office should keep an eye on their back and leg alignment. >> make sure your hips and yes are at an 90-degree angle. move every 15 to 30 minutes. cross one leg overtop stretch out the hills.
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>> reporter: they take care of themselves to get the rewards from their job. >> it's a feeling that you're doing something worthwhile. >> i think the people keep you young and healthy. i'll stay as long as they want me as long as i have this up here. >> reporter: tamala edwards channel 6 "action news."
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>> 7:21 here's a look at what's happening in and around the delaware and lehigh valleys this weekend. the wildwood convention center is hosting the atlantic ocean classic dog show all weekend. events this weekend include the best puppy in show competition. police k-9 demonstrations and awards for valour and service. tomorrow it wraps up with best bred in show tickets available at the door. celebrate the chinese new
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year te penn museum. marital arts demonstration zodiac tours and lion dance and parades from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. live ice sculp sculpting and hot cocoa from 1:00 p.m. to 3 at in ardmore. sports is next.
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everyone, 7:24 a.m., saturday morning, the water vapor shot of the nor'easter we're tracking sunday night into monday. it's developing in the infant stages it makes a left-hand turn and rides up the eastern seaboard in the 24 hours or so. there's the low developing right there. it will travel like this up the spine of the laimps. appalachians. the storm wouldn't be so bad if we didn't have this blocking area of high pressure. the storm will moved north an run into the middle of that high. it will slow the storm down and this huge fetch or straight wind out of the east will develop. the waves will pile up. the shore will take a beating it's going to be a mess from the gulph of maine to the virginia capes. that area will take a pounding over the next couple of days. if you're a snow lover, you couldn't ask for anything better with the high to the north. the problem there's no snow associated with the high.
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it's mild in southern canada right now. monday rain, coastal flooding on the high side. power outages on the mild sigh, beach erosion on the high side. >> the red hot sixers are in action today, the sixers had a thriller, but also had a scare. ducis rogers has the sports headlines. >> reporter: good morning, get on board now, people it's a fun ride the way it's going it may never end. the sixers continue to be the hottest people in the nba. joel embiid a hyper extended knee, he returns to the game scores 18 points and comes up lame again, they pull him embiid will not play today against atlanta. end of the game, sixers down
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two, covington, 22 points, a final chance, sixers play just enough defense, they win 93-92. can you believe it? that's 8 wins in their past ten games. the flyers remember them? they have not played since sunday, tonight they are back in action at home against the devils. they have dropped 11 of their last 14 games. hopefully they use the time off to hit the reset button. >> we focus, everybody is excited to be back and back to work, and -- >> i think the guys are coming back fresh and ready to put it behind us and start new here. >> reporter: villanova faces providence at the wells fargo center, the reigning champs are 18-1. but they know providence plays them tight. >> they are well coached, they have a lot of talent and they
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come ready to play each and every night. >> that's why they give us problems, that's why they beat us last year, their rank and their toughness on the glass. >> that's sports, i'm ducis rogers up you have yourself a terrific weekend. time 7:28 a green bay packers fans -- fan is showing his color by paintings his house in the -- painting his entire house in the color of the team. even the mail box is painted. the packers play the falcons tomorrow in the nfc championship game.
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mama, my throat hurts. and a few extra minutes in the morning. you've got ten more minutes. make room for what matters. >> the celebrations are over, now it is timing to get to business -- now it is time to get to business. today is the first full day in office for president donald trump. a bridge across the delaware river is closed. plus, another dreary day across the region. a live look at camden. we're tracking a storm that will bring pleasant of rain. >> reporter: we're tracking mild air, how many times do you remember me standing out here january 21 and i am in a wind breaker. temperatures are very, very
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mild, they have been mild all week long. not as warm as anticipated, but still very, very mild. here's a quick look at the fog report. we're down to .8 of a mile for philadelphia. same number for millville. half mile in the allentown and the poconos. .3 in lancaster. and two miles in dover, so you get the idea, the fog is an issue out here this morning. slow down the traveling speeds and just take it easy on the roadways take your time this morning. 43 degrees in philadelphia. the normal high for this time of the year is 40. we're above that mark and it is not even 8:00 a.m. 44 in millville. 43 in wilmington, 45 in dover and 45 in beach haven. satellite and radar lots of clouds out there this morning, they will stick around all afternoon, the skies may attempt to brighten up at times during the day. if you see any sunshine today, a consider yourself lucky. b most of us won't see anything at all. it's a cloudy day from start to
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finish with the dense fog this morning, we're forecasting a mild high of 53 degrees. looking ahead here's sunday into monday. the storm is starting to develop, the nor'easter down in the gulf of mexico, for sunday expect rain during the morning hours and we'll catch a lull in the action during the first part of the afternoon only to see the rain redevelop late in the day. it becomes steadier and heavier sunday night into monday. look for a windswept rain all day monday, one to two inches with isolated areas heavier amounts of 3. look at the wind gusts 55 to 65 miles per hour down the jersey shore. a real mess is on the way. when i come back in just a few minutes we'll time it out for you. gray. >> there's one more transition ritual for the newly minted president, donald trump, before he begins his first full day as commander-in-chief he and vice president mike pence will attend a inter faith prayer service in
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washington. president and vice president celebrated at several ballses, that sell -- several balls, in a celebratory feeling ended with protests. hundreds of thousands of people will gather for a big rally. organizers say they want to send a message that women's rights are human rights in the face of rhetoric from the presidential campaign. john rawlins joins us live along the benjamin franklin parkway where the whim's -- women's march will take place. this is race street at logan circle, this is one of many places shut down so the city will accommodate the march. it is the women's manner on
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philadelphia. organizers say it's a sister march to the washington, d.c. march. we caught up with people heading to washington, d.c., 400 people boarded buses at 30th and chestnut. the organizers said there's about 20 people are rest are like-minded strangers. out in haverford, folks boarding buses with signs in haverford. some wearing the signature pink hats that are part of the washington, d.c. march, as to why these folks are heading to washington today they shared their thoughts. >> i'm very pro choice. i'm highly concerned that donald trump and his cabinet will take away that right for me and my healthcare, we are highly educated women with masters degrees and children that we have a vision of the future for and we don't want to see that
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lost. >> reporter: gray, as you said earlier, hundreds of thousands are expected to participate in the march in washington, d.c. closer to home, organizers said 20 to 30,000, we understand there are 34,000 people who have registered to be part of the march and recally that starts at -- rally that starts at 10:00 a.m. and move west up the parkway where the rally continues at 3:00 p.m. live along the benjamin franklin parkway, john rawlins channel 6 "action news." >> "action news" coverage of the women's march on philadelphia continues at you will find road closures that will be in effect during this event. you can share your pictures and videos from the march by sharing them on the "action news" facebook page and twitter using the #of abc action. there was no shortage of celebration for the president. but he did get down to business, president trump signed his first
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executive order, lana zack has all the details. ♪ i did it my way >> reporter: as my way played president trump danced with the first lady. the nation's new first lady made her first remarks. >> i'm honored to be your first lady. [cheers and applause]. well -- we will fight and we will win and make america great again, thank you. >> reporter: a campaign promise now a presidential mission statement. >> this is for general matts. >> reporter: making official defense secretary james mattis and john kelly. at the desk where president obama created obama care,
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president trump repealed it. more than 200 protesters were arrested after violence broke out. women across america plan to march. organizers hope this protest will send a different message. on the street behind me where president trump marched in pageantry, more than 100,000 are expected to march in protest. we have more on the 6abc news app you'll find dense of pictures in washington, d.c. it is a free download for your mobile device. your time, 7:37 a.m., we're following breaking news this morning, a home invasion and sexual assault under investigation in the city's chestnut hill section. here's what we know, the homeowner said a masked man forced his way in the unit block
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of east chestnut hill avenue. he woke up the couple and put a gun to a woman's head and forced himself on her. the criminal demanded their wall let and car -- wallet and car ceez before getting away. there's new information to tell you about on "action news," police say a woman shot and killed her neighbor in manayunk overnight. officers say the man got into the woman's apartment and holding a pair of scissors. she shot him in the neck during a confrontation with the man in the bedroom. the 32-year-old man collapsed and died. he lived in her apartment building on boon street. the 28-year-old woman is being questioned by police. there's a traffic alert you needed to know about this morning, a major connection between pennsylvania and new jersey is shut down and there is no word on when it will reopen. the turnpike connector bridge between bristol bucks county and
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burlington county, new jersey was closed yesterday afternoon after a bridge painting crew found a fracture in a truss on the pennsylvania side. drivers were initially directed to use the narrower burlington bristol bridge which created tie ups as you see there, along 413 and 1. >> it's usually not this busy at all. >> i got off i-95 half an hour ago. >> reporter: and you've gone how far? >> not even five miles. >> that wouldn't be fun, right. crews tell "action news" the bridge will be closed throughout the day. at a minimum, the timeline for repairs is expected to be released this weekend to help plan for monday morning commute. from our new jersey newsroom, elevated levels of lead have been connected in drinking water in a north jersey water system. at a -- fayette valley water
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commission found lead in pasaic and clifton and prospect park. people are encouraged to use bottled water or filter their water. 7:40 still ahead on "action news" saturday morning. try to eat healthy, but unsure which produce is in season. we have a rundown of what it is this time of the year. plus, a rude wake-up call for a california family when a tree, look at this, suddenly came crashing down right into their home. back here at home, let's take you live outside, oh, boy, temple university camera overlooking center city. it is foggy out there, this is the picture for the majority of the day. no sun in sight for a while. meteorologist chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. "action news" saturday morning returns right after this.
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flooding sent mud barreling into a campground in california. look at the damage there. the cars encased in mud of parts of california is under water following relentless rain. talk about a wake up call. a tree branch hits a home in california. destructive winds and rain are
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blamed for property damage in california. "good morning america" weekend will have more on the devastating storm in california "g.m.a." coming your way at 8:00 a.m. following "action news." as you plan your day, meteorologist chris sowers is here to help you do that with a look at the forecast. man be chris you have to do something it's ugly out there. >> reporter: thing you won't need, sunglasses, short sleeved t-shirt. it will be mild. they tell me that's wiggins park on the camden waterfront. that's what we're dealing with this morning. lots of fog, some of it is very, very thick, very dense. it's a good bet you'll need to take it easy on the roads this morning. let's flip it over to the radars, nothing going on transport keep it dry today there could mist or drizzle with the fog this morning, but outside of that, most of today should be dry, it's tomorrow into monday where things
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beginning to downhill. speaking of going downhill, the numbers continue to drop off. we were at 2 miles per hour a half-hour ago, now we're down to .3 at philadelphia international airport. less that a mile in millville, and .3 in wilmington. there's no cold air out there, january 21 we could be talking about blizzard conditions and cold and snow, 43 in buffalo. 43 in pittsburgh. new york city, 42. closing in on 50 degrees in richmond, washington, d.c., no cold air at all. when this storm this nor'easter comes charging up the coast, 80% of it will be in the form of rain. you have to go out to the interior sections of the northeast to get any snow. that's the higher elevations. it's a lousy winner for is no lovers. this is the storm that will bring the ferocious winds for the jersey shore as we get into monday morning and the heavy rains for the majorities of the delaware and the lehigh valleys -- majority of the delaware and lehigh valleys
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sunday night into monday. they say the low pressure system right there, it wouldn't be so bad if it wasn't for this high. it's going to stop the storm right in its track. by the way if you see a map with these lines on it, these are isobars, the closer the lines are together, the stronger the winds are going to be. you can see how tightly packed the lines are. that's a strong, stiff wind battering the beaches from virginia capes up to boston. 55 to 675 miles per hour sunday night into monday. future tracker 6, cloudy skies all day today. skies may attempt to brighten up this afternoon, but you'll not see much sun, this is a cloudy day. tomorrow morning we'll see the rain developing. some of it steadier, on the heavier side first thing, we'll
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catch a lull in the action in the afternoon, redeveloping late in the day that's round number two sunday night into monday morning. rains overspreading the area southwest to northeast. wind speeds generally 45 to 55 miles per hour for the i-95 corridor and 55 to 65 miles per hour at the jersey shore. hurricane force winds begin at 74 miles per hour. so you're justice under that. the winds speeds are 40 miles per hour. you see 45-mile an hour winds broken twigs, something like that. 56 to 65 that's when you see trees blown over and uprooted and there could minor structural damage with the wind gusts first thing monday morning, along the coast. sunday night into monday morning, power outages likely,
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beach erosion possible and minor coastal flooding to go along with that. for today, morning fog and cloudy skies, 53 degrees is the forecasted high. it's a very mild day. lots of clouds start to if i know -- finish. rain overnight tonight after midnight. patchy fog, 40 for the suburbs, 46 for center city. very mild today, very mild sunday, we've highlighted monday for the potential strong, gusty winds and beach erosion and power outages all that down the jersey shore. 48 degrees for the high. tuesday, 52, leftover morning rain, wednesday and thursday, maybe, just maybe we get sunshine. >> we hope so. but like you mentioned before, there's no snow. >> reporter: i'm not happy about that gray. >> like to reminds you you can get the seven-day forecast and
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check storm tracker 6 live at any time of the day go to it is somewhat a tradition be first lady fashions are always the talk of town. on the morning of president trump's inauguration, malania trump wore a sky blue turtle neck dress. the designer said it was important for us to celebrate tradition to create iconic american style. she wore an ivy off the shoulder gown. an all new "fyi philly" heads across the refer to new jersey, here's have it have its and karen rogers with the pre-- here's alicia vitarelli and karen rogers with the preview. >> reporter: it's a south jersey edition of made in philly. we dive back into philadelphia
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with us, 7:52, in "healthcheck" here's something to ponder while drinking a cup of coffee. researchers at sanford university studied 100 people over ten years, those who consume caffeinated beverages on a daily basis have lower levels of inflammation than those who avoided calf teen altogether -- caffeine altogether. this inflammation is associated with a range of health issues like cardiovascular disease. if you eat seasonal fruits and veggies it will help you
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save money. look for root vegetables, like turnips and sweet potatoes. they are great roasted or add them to soup and stews. greens are packed with antioxidants. winter squash is versatile because it can be added to was was -- casarolls. an overweight pooch is getting the exercise he needs to trim down. the director of the shelter recently moved from alaska with treadmills are used in winter to help animals get the exercise when the temperature drop. it helps the animal form bonds with humans which helps them find their every home a bit sooner.
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we wish him all the best. >> coming up, chris sowers takes a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, as we take this gloomy look over cape may, new jersey, we're back after this break. looks like we're still a man short. not anymore. gus! the second most famous groundhog in pennsylvania. let's hit the ice. whoaaa! take the shot! (buzzer) that shot was one in a million. so's this.
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arc final check of the forecast before you go. chris, what can we expect? >> reporter: moore clouds an more rain. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, no rain out there today, but lots of clouds and fog early on. 53 degrees is the high. rain arrives after midnight tonight and lingers into the first part of the day on sunday. the second round moves in sunday night into monday. that's when the heaviest occurs. wind swept rain monday, highest
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wind down the shore. mild temperatures in the 50s. >> it is 7:57 "good morning america" weekend is next. "action news" continues at 9:00 a.m. here's some of the stories we're working onen for you. a foul odor is stinking up a town in central pennsylvania. what's causing that awful smell? the philadelphia auto show one week away, "action news" girvetion you an inside -- gives you an inside look at what to expect at this cool, cool event. meteorologist chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm gray hall, make it a great day.
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good morning, america. this morning, the transition of power, donald j. trump begins his first full day as president. >> preserve, protect and defend. >> the constitution of the united states. >> the constitution of the united states. >> after promising to upend washington. >> this american carnage stops right here and stops right now. >> his inauguration, a day of pageantry and ceremony. ♪ >> and a night of celebration for supporters and for the trump family. but just blocks from the white house, hundreds of arrests as the political divide turns violent. protesters hitting the streets of the capital injuring police


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