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>> look at that, another foggy morning out there, sky6 live hd is taking a live look at center city. although you can't see the skyline can you. we're briefing for a wind whipped soaking. >> good we'll win in the end. >> marchers from around the world protest the policy of president trump as the demonstrations continue. not president is moving ahead with business. >> i-276 bridge is still closed and officials have not said when it will reopen. >> outside we go to meteorologist chris sowers, helping you to plan your day with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. we see the raincoat, that means rain is coming. >> reporter: it's misting and drizzle on city avenue, the roads are damp. the fog is the big issue.
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we want you to slow it down on a lot of roads here, you get into the outlying suburbs, all of a sudden the visibility drops completely here, we're down to.# in wilmington. .3 in allentown and trenton. half mile in reading. 1 mile in lancaster. 2.5 in philadelphia. somewhat better numbers off to the southeast because it's raining down there, it's almost like pick character poison this morning. you're either getting the fog or the moderate rain. storm tracker 6 live we've set it in motion for you, the moderate rain extends from atlantic city southward through cape may county. that's the last of it for now, it should exit the coast in the next half-hour or so, oncer it pushes off the coast, most of the afternoon remains dry with a little bit of drizzle and mist, mainly a cloudy day with areas of fog, similar to yesterday. high temperatures on the mild side. 52 degrees is the forecasted high. but what's going to happen over the next 24 to 36 hours, a full blown nor'easter is on the way, it will charging up the eastern
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seaboard, heavy rains arrive especially after midnight tonight. actually it's closer to dawn, one to two inch when all is said and done, powerful wind and minor coastal flooding. getting more specific with the winds, the national weather service has i should a wind advisory for the i-95 corridor and interior sections of south jersey for 40 to 50-mile an hour gusts and high wind warning for the jersey shore, for 50 to 60-mile an hour, all this occurring after midnight tonight and through the day tomorrow. so when i come back in just a few minutes, we'll focus on that in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. gray, we look forward to the update. >> folks i like to remind you, you can get the seven-day forecast and check tracker at any time of the day, go to our website, 6abc.com/weather. the pennsylvania turnpike commission said the bridge connecting bucks county and burlington county will be closed for weeks. an assessment must be done to
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shore up a fracture truss that will take weeks to complete. they recommend drivers consider the scutter falls bridge as an alternative for now. weather is believed to have played a role in the damage to the truss. new information to tell you about this morning, one man is dead after a shooting in philadelphia. the victim was shot in the face. police say he was found with the gunshot injury overnight on the sidewalk in west oak lane. a 911 call alert the officers to respond to the 7100 block of north 20th street. police are working to track down the shooter. also new this morning, police in burlington county trying to solve a murder there. a man was shot in the chest on the unit block of broad street in burlington. he was pronounced a short time later at the hospital. no word about motive or an arrest. this morning the search continues for a man who stabbed a 70-year-old woman to death. that happened inside the victim's home in southwest philadelphia. the crime happened after
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5:30 p.m. in the 7900 caesar place. the woman was stabbed repeatedly and died in her home. the suspect we are told is a 29-year-old man related to the victim. investigators are not saying what led to this attack. this is president donald trump second tell you day on the job since being sworn in. >> he is taking care of housekeeping and foreign affairs, he is going to host reception for law enforcement officers and first responders who helped with the inauguration. >> reporter: president trump is meeting on friday with british prime minister teresa may. the talks will center on nato and the european union. the president is expected to meet with president of mexico. they sparred over the call to build a border wall between mexico and the u.s. >> as donald trump settles in as new role as president.
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many people are making noise opposing his policy and is administration. around the world there were 600 marchs. >> half million people packing the streets to washington, d.c. as donald trump got to work nearby. in philadelphia, women men and chirp flooded the benjamin franklin parkway using their voices and signs that called on the president and other leaders to defend their rights. jeff chirico will have more on the rally coming up. >> the angst cam was in trenton where crowds gathered near the war memorial. the group marched a half mile to the step of the state house. >> hundreds of people marched two miles in delaware to main street. many holding signs to convey their message. despite the marchs and demonstrations, president trump is getting down to business reaching out to the cia hoping
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to ease tensions with the intelligence community. >> we will resist at the racist, sexist policy that come our way. >> reporter: the national mall in washington, d.c. flooded with people. >> i think everybody here a lot of anguish and worry about what's going to happen. >> reporter: women, men and children taking to the streets from coast to coast. we can whimper, week whine, or week fight back. >> reporter: boston, san francisco, as far as london and around the world, the same emotion shared by celebrities all standing up for women's rights civil rights, human rights. >> we march today against our new president is wage ago war.
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>> reporter: meanwhile -- waging a war. >> reporter: meanwhile, president trump stayed away from the protests. sean spicer called a briefing disputing the photographs. >> a picture was taken to minimalize the gathering on the national mall. >> reporter: washington, d.c. metro staff said by early saturday afternoon, close to half a million people already taking a the train, the crowd topping the number of riders on inauguration. the marchers saying this is just the beginning. stephanie ramos abc news washington. we've posted dozens of photos and videos from our "action news" teams here and in the nation's capitol.
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the 6abc app is a free download for your mobile device. 11:30 a.m., the inside story panel breakdown the inaugural address and the boycott of the inauguration 7. some of them from our area could impact their relations with the white house. the price of forever stamps have changed while many of you were sleeping. a legend at the jersey shore is laid to rest, we'll tell you about the man who established morey's peer. >> we'll not see any tornadoic activity around here, but we could see winds with hurricane strength details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
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>> welcome back on this sunday, this picture says it all, sky6 live hd is trying to take a look at penns landing, you can see the fog is so thick there, you can barely see the sign peeking through, this hour telling us he has so many things to talk about, he doesn't know where to begin. >> reporter: if they didn't look at the video, it's not snowing, it's fog, it's soup. let's get you back outside, we'll go to atlantic city, they are seeing rain at the atlantic city airport, closer to the boardwalk here, coming down at a good clip. every conversation dealing with the patchy fog. i'll flip it over to the radars. here's the moisture that's left over. enough rain to produce a quarter to a half inch in cape may and atlantic county. there's the airport off to the northwest you can see it northwest of absecon. this is it, this is the last of it, if you're traveling along
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the atlantic city expressway, route 30 into atlantic city, you're dealing with moderate rain. temperatures are on the moderate side. keep in mind the normal high is 40. we're already sitting at 46 degrees and it is not 8:00 a.m. in the morning. it's going to be another mild day. unfortunately we'll see clouds and patchy fog throughout the afternoon. here's the main storm this becomes the nor'easter as we head into tomorrow morning. that brings the strong, gusty winds and heavy rains. future tracker 6, similar to yesterday, ton of clouds, patchy fog patchy drizzle from time to time if you're not picking up drizzle, you're seeing misting taking place. that will continue in the afternoon and evening hours. here comes the main event first thing tomorrow morning. we start to see the steadier rains start to move on in. lunchtime, we start to pick up the yellows and oranges and reds and heavy drenching downpours and windswept rain.
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this particular model has backed off a little bit and suggesting maybe three-quarters of an inch to an inch through the viewing area. other models suggest one to two inches of rain with isolated heavier amounts. that is what the call will continue to be. wind gusts 50 miles per hour for the i-95 corridor. 55 to 65 miles per hour hurricane winds are 74 miles per hour. these are tropical storm force winds. what to expect tomorrow morning, 40 to 50-mile an hour in philadelphia. you'll see branches down with winds that speed. you'll see entire trees down when you pick up winds 50 to 60 miles per hour that's what we're expecting down the jersey shore as we head into tomorrow afternoon. we're checking coast could sayal flooding that wind is an east winds it's piling that water onshore. it's not going to escape back out to sea. tomorrow morning's high tide
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there can flooding issues. take a look at the locations here, pick out your location that's the high tide time. atlantic city, 4:03 a.m., stone harbor, 4:46 a.m., cape cape may, 420 and rehoboth beach, 4:13 a.m. overnight tonight becoming windy with rain and drizzle developing toward dawn, 40 degrees outlying suburbs, 43 in center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 52 today, it's a mild temperature, but gloomy. tomorrow a wind swept rain, 44 degrees, tuesday, morning rain and clouds during the afternoon with a high of 46. wednesday, breezy and mild and sunshine, high of 54. thursday, friday, saturday, you'll see a cold front finally push through temperatures get back to where they should be for this time of the year in the upper 30s by saturday. there you have it. >> thank you so much. in mississippi folks are
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beginning to clean up after a tornado barrels through the area. four people were killed in the storm that swept through the area friday night. one family was away on the gulf coast when the twister struck and returned to find their home completely gone. >> the bad thing about it, i got to start from nothing [inaudible]. >> to wake up and see this here, god is good, he just took material things, we know for everybody on this street is good. >> people there still finding hope despite the devastation. >> reporter: residents say they have little time to find shelter when it struck in the middle of the night. dozens of homes were damaged or flattened, but folks there are vowing to rebuild. >> time for winners and losers,
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our weekly feature 0 that takes a look at who is up and down in the politics. mary bruce reports from washington. >> reporter: this week the world witnessed an nearn -- american event, the peaceful transition of power. donald trump officially sworn in as the 45th president of united states. >> i donald john trump do solemnly swear that i will faithfully execute the office of president of the united states. >> reporter: while the country remains deeply divided with protests aiming to disrupt the inauguration and hundreds of thousands of women marching around the country the following day, president trump is promising this country and the celebration is for all the
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american people. >> this is your day and this is your celebration and this united states of america is your country. >> reporter: and at first there were no loser this week as former rival hillary clinton came out to support the new president and president obama who once had tough words for trump embraced his successor and wished him well. the former president's last act thanking the white house staff who supported him his past 8 years and encouraging him to keep fighting for what they believe. >> this is not a period, this is a comma in the continuing story of buildings america. >> reporter: 44 making way for 45. democracy, big winner of the week. more politics ahead on this week with george stephanopoulos. i'm mary bruce, abc news, washington. >> you can watch this week with george stephanopoulos right here on 6abc. today george will talk to counselor to the president
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kellyanne conway, this weekend is on after "action news." >> if you're making a trip to the post office this weekend you'll need a bit more money and now cost more to mail a letter. price of a forever stamp jumped back to 49 up from 47 cents. the price is going backup, because the drop has exacerbated its losses. it did not change for a postcard or heavier letters. spicy foods can be a fountain of youth. eating hot red chilly peppers lead to a longer life and lower risk of death. it can be linked to reduce risk of heart disease and stroke and obesity and increase flood flow and help with digestion, we'll be right back.
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back everyone, 7:23 sunday morning, we're tracking a nor'easter there's no cold air out there, which is very rare for this time of the year. look at the 40s westward all the way through chicago. their normal high is 30. it's 41. bismarck is 18. they are sitting at 28. our normal high is 40 we're sitting at 46. there's a huge storm heading this way and there's a disconnect between the storm and where the arctic air is. the setup is like this we'll see a coastal storm that will run into the middle of high right here. it is an not an arctic high it's a pacific high. it's going to be mainly a rain
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event. snows will be confined to interior sections of new england, well west of the philadelphia area. coastal flooding there's a high risk for minor flooding at the coast. power outages and moderate risk and beach erosion high risk. you'll see that tomorrow. >> flyers and sixers both lose, here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: the sixers are one of the hottest team in the nba. only one team has been better over the last ten games. trying to keep it going without joel embiid in atlanta, that was not so ease. front and center in atlanta this will get them up and center on their feet. okafor got the start and dropped a dozen, sixers up as many as 7. t.j. mcconnell, what a pass.
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third quarter, things go south, dwight howard slams it. sixers having a hard time hanging with the hawks down as many as 18. they put it away, 110-93. they have lost three straight to atlanta by a combined 70 points. well, so much for being well rested and ready to go, the flyers back from the bye week. they have yet to get back into the win column. the flyers fighting to get back into the second wild card spot, wayne simmons just got engaged, showing no love for the devils. get in there, flyers tied at 1. final minute of the second, miles wood on the break away, scores, flyers down 3-1. steve mason comings in to started third. flyers lose 4-1 they drop 12 of
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15, ouch, good night bad hockey. >> we didn't play our game, we played a solid first period, but after that we didn't play the way we wanted to. >> it's hard, if we want to rest on confidence sagging that's the wrong answer. our answer is pull together and dig in and back to work. >> reporter: they will back to work tonight against the islanders. college hoops losing their first game and number one ranking, villanova has rebounded, five straight wins and reclaimed the number one ranking in the country. villanova never lost a game when josh hart scores 21 points. hart finishes with 25. chris jenkins looks good, too, 3 of his 19. nova up as many as 20. nova wins 78-68. jay wright still doesn't thing the team is 100% right
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defensively. st. joe's are the home team against penn in the big five battle. back come the hawks, lamar campbell 3 of 23. st. joe's wins ending their three-game losing streak. don't forget, nfc, afc championship later today. that's sports i'm jeff skeverski. a dog is recovering from surgery thanks to donations of second graders. like the dog in the book, he was abandoned and had a broken leg. he needed $400 to get the surgery to save his life. the kids responded by bringing in more than $450. >> he needed help. >> i really like helping animals and people. >> the students wrote him a get well card.
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the teacher said she was overcome by the big hearts of her young students. >> learning to help at a young age. >> i like that. >> good lesson, yes. 7:28 we're coming back right back. >> a change in tune for
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president donald trump as he compresses a vote of confidence to the cia that's next on "action news" at 7:30. thousands rally in philadelphia for women's rights joining marches across the globe. sky6 live hd looking live across philadelphia international. you can see fog advisories in the region and we're tracking rain and windy gusts. chris sowers is tracking accuweather helping you plan your weekend. chris, what did you do with the sun? >> reporter: i think we would all like to see sunshine, maybe we had a few hours of it thursday morning before the clouds rolled in, outside of that, the whole week has been cloudy and miserable. let's go over to storm tracker 6 live set it in motion, this is a band of steadier rain that pushed through south jersey, more specifically the jersey shore from cape may all the way up to lbi. a lot of this is exiting the coast quickly now, as we take a quick zoom that's all that's
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left just a couple of showers, patchy drizzle from cape may, sea isle city and avalon into atlantic city. once that pushes east and works out to sea, the majority of the rest of the day will be mainly cloudy with, perhaps a little bit of drizzle from time to time and a lot of fog. it's going to be a foggy day. .8 in reading, half mile in lancaster. .3 in allentown and e and trenton. philadelphia at the airport, that's the official number, climbed back up to 6 miles. atlantic city you were at 9 miles per hour, you're down to a mile. millville, 4 miles. take it easy on the roads this morning, take your time and get to your destination safely. future tracker is suggesting a lot of fog throughout the day. conditions improve through the afternoon, it's not going to be clear by any stretch of the imagination, for today, accuweather says cloudy and damp, periods of drizzle perhaps
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patchy fog through the first part of the arch, highs around -- afternoon, highs around 53 degrees. when i come back in just a few minutes, the fog goes away, but the heavy rain arrives and so do the powerful winds, we could see 65 miles per hour down the shore, it could create problems with minor structural damage. i'll focus on that in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when i step back inside. >> rain will be here in a while. several of president trump's cabinet nominees are expected to be voted on this week, rex tillerson, trump's pick for secretary of state. mr. trump made his first official visit as president to the quarters of the cia standing before a memorial of fallen agents. he dropped his criticism of the cia and instead gave his full support to the intelligence community. >> there is nobody that feels
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stronger about the intelligence community and the cia than donald trump. [applause] >> trump criticized the news media for their dishonest coverage of the crowd size at his inauguration despite pictures that showed the crowd was smaller than president obama. the president will spend today overseeing the swearing in of high level staffers and hold a a reception for first responders and police officers who helped with the inauguration. many women to took to the streets and president trump was the target. overseas a similar picture played out. washington, d.c. was the epicenter of it all. brian taff was there to talk to corey booker. he said the march should serve as a wake-up call for president
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trump. >> i hope he recognizes there's a greater america than the one he in visions. he degraded women and immigrants. there's only one way to make the county strong that's to unite the country. sharrie williams is washington, d.c. you can see both of their videos on our website, 6abc.com. back in philadelphia, the mayor's office said yesterday, the number of people who participated in the women's march at home more than doubled the expected crowd. women, men and children of all walks of life joined together for the peaceful demonstration. jeff chirico was there he has the details. >> reporter: with instruments, signs and their voices, park nate protesters -- passionate protesters took to the streets of philadelphia concerned about the trump administration. >> rights for women will be
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eroded, rights for all the progress made in the lbgtq community. >> i think it will be a threat to many minorities including women people of color. >> i think it says we're not going to lie down during this presidency. >> reporter: an estimate the 50,000 men women and children peacefully marched the benjamin franklin parkway. phyllis nairld walked with a -- nailer walked with a cane. >> i feel so deeply about the position of our county i don't want to beomplaisant. jim kenny called for unity. >> we need to together walk arm in -- we need to be together. >> reporter: many in the crowd concerned about donald trump's
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campaign rhetoric are convince it was not talk. >> came into office, major pages from the website were gone, climate control was gone. he is out of touch, his cabinet is out of touch. >> reporter: these protesters want their voices heard. these people on the benjamin franklin parkway were all a part of your constituency, it is your job to listen to our voices and represent us as our president. >> reporter: many of the protesters left their signs here, police say it was a peaceful protest and no arrests. reporting along the benjamin franklin parkway, jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> officials say the i-276 pennsylvania turnpike bridge over the delaware river will stay close until engineers come up with a repair plan. the bridge was shut down on friday when a fracture on the teal truss was spotted on the pennsylvania side of the span. it runs from bristol bucks county to burlington county new
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jersey. officials say they have started to work stabilize the bridge until they settle on a permanent repair plan. police identified the victims of friday's deadly fire, 49-year-old stephen denby. and 45-year-old sherman denby. the fire was ruled an accident, appears to have started with the electrical connector to the freezer in the kitchen. a violent home invasion in chestnut section of philadelphia. we told me you about this yesterday on "action news," an intruder got into a home on east chestnut hill avenue, he woke up the sleeping couple inside their bedroom and forced the women to perform a sex act at gunpoint. neighbors say they are stunned by this. >> this is something like you read in gross book you buy at the airport. it's really frightening. police say the intruder set
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down the gun that's when the wife grabbed it and tried to shoot the suspect, but the gun didn't fire. the criminal took off with the couple's car and are cell phone and wallet. a jersey shore legend has been laid to rest, bill morey, the creator of morey's peer amusement park. the funeral took place at saint anne's church in wildwood. bill morey created surf side pier in 1969. that grew into morey's peer amusement park. he leaves behind his wife dolores and four children and 7 grandchildren. >> more to come on "action news" sunday. cancer experts are sending out a call for vaccination that could prevent cancer in children. an iconic comedy troupe is coming to philadelphia and some
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of their bits will make you feel right at home. >> let's look outside, not much to see because of the fog, i believe this is in the penns landing area, vietnam veteran's memorial, you would be able to see if not for all the fog, here for a while and prepare for rain, rain, and more rain, when will the sun return? chris says it won't. we're back after this.
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welcome back on this sunday morning, 7:41, 46 degrees, sky6 live hd taking a live look at cape may, new jersey. we've got fog, we've got rain, we've got high winds, yet, chris sowers says that's not enough, he is still wishing for snow. >> reporter: just give me one good storm and you won't here two peeps from me the rest of the winter, like last year we had one good blizzard, remember? >> i remember. >> reporter: with weather like this we're not getting any snow. first up our temple university camera, we're supposed to be looking back at the center city skyline. it doesn't matter you can't pick it out anyway. let's go to the commodore barry bridge, here's our next sky6 live hd, getting a little bit better, you can make out the base of the bridge. visibility down to less than a half mile in chester county. next up, down to atlantic city, the visibility doesn't look much better, that's the view we're down to about a mile or less
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right now officially at the airport in atlantic city with drizzle still taking place, you get the idea it's kind of a gray and gloomy morning out there, some locations as you flip it over to the advisory, some locations are dealing with scattered showers. if you're not seeing the showers and drizzle you're picking up the fog. we issued a caution for areas of dense fog drizzle and mist. the roads are damp, slow the speeds down and take your time getting to your destination this morning. two miles in philadelphia, 1 in atlantic city, .3 trenton and allentown. half mile for everybody's. wilmington, .3 of a mile. just like yesterday, the fog citizen no going anywhere. it gripped the region through the first part of the afternoon. 44 in saint davids. center city, 46 degrees shooting for a high around 52, 53 later on. vineland, 45, dover, 46. villas and cape may, 46 degrees. double scan live, now we've
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broadened it out a little bit and set it in motion, believe it or not, the storm, the nor'easter is this right here, you can see all the rains coming off the gulf of mexico, a line of thunderstorms pushing through the florida panhandle, this batch of rain works out to sea, this will continue east and run up the spine of the appalachians and bring our rain and wind tomorrow. here's future tracker 6 cloudy skies today, periods of drizzle and fog throughout the afternoon, the steady rains hold off until well after midnight tonight. and then first thing tomorrow morning, tomorrow morning's commute you'll need to allow yourself extra time. there could be patchy fog out there, the rain picks up in coverage and intensity during the afternoon. it will be at this point we could see a good one to two inches of rain. maybe minor flooding issues, but it's kind of spread out in such a long duration event we're not anticipating much in the way of flooding unless you're on the coast and there could be coastal flooding there. wind speeds not so much today.
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it's overnight tonight and into tomorrow, the winds pick up anywhere from 50 to 06 miles per hour by tomorrow afternoon and note the direction of the wind. it's the east wind so we're taking all that water and piling it up onshore. when low tide comes we're not giving it a chance to recede. there's minor tidal flooding from cape may to seaside heights and the delaware bay region. 4:00 and 5:00 we're concerned for potential flooding. down the the jersey shore expect the winds gusts to reach 50 to 60 miles per hour. that will create spotty power outages and beach erosion and coastal flooding. for today, gray skies, similar to yesterday. 52 in philadelphia. 54 in millville. 50 in allentown areas of fog. windy after midnight, overnight lows in the mid 40s. the exclusive accuweather
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seven-day forecast final lie -- finally shows sunshine as we get into midweek. we have three days to go before we see the sun. fog and drizzle, 52. morning rain tuesday, cloudy day, 46. sunshine for wednesday, highs around 54. turning somewhat colder by next weekend with a high of 39. >> tomorrow is going to be messy. >> reporter: i'm going to sit on the couch. >> good idea. there's now a vaccine that can prevent cancer and being recommended for kids. in this week's kids health matters matt o'donnell has new calls to raise the rate for the vaccination. >> reporter: while mia and noah work hard on achieving their dreams, their making sure their children are vaccinated against hpv. >> to prevent cancer with a
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vaccine it's revolutionary. >> reporter: children's hospital said hpv related cancer are on the rise and 40% of girls and 0% of boys have received the two shot vac nation. last week the leading cancer centers made a call saying their children should be vaccinated. hpv is spread through sexual contact parents may shy away from. >> as a christian family we discuss the importance of waiting until they are married to have that type of relationship. >> reporter: but that's not a fail safe. there's no way of knowing who they will marry if they had a partner in the past. >> reporter: doctors thing making a standard part of the
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vacs scene schedule will help. >> -- vaccine she would will help. as a nurse, melissa sees people get bad information from the internet. she urges people to talk to a trusted source, their pediatrician. matt o'donnell channel 6 "action news."
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>> time 7:50, get ready to laugh, the kimmel center is bringing the windy city's most famous comic troupe to philadelphia. karen rogers has 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: chicago second city has been dubbed the harvard of comedy. the troupe is on tour for a night full of in your face
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entertainment in philadelphia. >> it's a great way to get warmed up with a a lot of laughter. >> reporter: second industry was found in -- city was found in 1969. >> they focus on improv, creating a show in front fort of the audience. >> they need made famous by bill murray and tina fey and stephen colbert. the group will perform a show entitled we're all in this room together. >> it's basically an evening of fast pace sketch comedy you'll participate in as they ask for suggestions from the audience it will feel give performers a chance to perform and develop their improv skills. it's a lot of fun and see the big upcoming stars.
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the troupe will perform new and existing material while staying true to philadelphia. >> park, in the middle of broad street. >> reporter: you'll never see the same show twice. you'll see people creating in front of you, and getting that amazing live performance you can't get anywhere else. >> for tickets and showtimes go to arts in philly.org or 6abc loves the arts, for 6abc loves the arts, i'm karen rogers. >> happy new year in university city many showed up to celebrate the lunar new year, visitors enjoyed arts and crafts and other celebrations and gallery tours. >> cats in philadelphia's fishtown section are finding their forever homes they are hosting a special adoption
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>> we're in the soup this morning. >> reporter: actually the only thing we won't see over the next 48 hours is snow. everything else we'll get here. we have a dense fog in effect. all the counties in the darker shades of gray, expect to see dense fog visibility half mile quarter to mile. i-95 corridor, wind advisory tomorrow. high wind warning for the jersey shore for 50 to 60-mile an hour gusts and coastal flood advisory
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for minor tidal flooding. nor'easter arrives tomorrow, windswept rain, high of 44. >> gray and gloomy. 7:56 we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> reporter: here's the look ahead. >> reporter: coming up on "g.m.a." a day after the inauguration of donald trump millions of women and men taking to the streets not just in washington but around the county and the world the personal stories of the women on the front lines. meanwhile, president trump using his first full day in office visiting the cia headquarters where he slammed the media for coverage. inauguration. his press secretary doubling down raking reporters over the could also. coals. deadly tornados leaving a path of destruction from texas to georgia with a fresh round on the way, rob is covering it all coming up on "g.m.a." see you soon.
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>> see you soon, dan. "good morning america" weekend is next. "action news" continues later this morning. here's some of the stories we're working on for you later. a commuter nightmare a major thoroughfare between bucks and burlington counties shut down while repairs are made. one event has brought peace to prisoners. now for gray hall, chris sowers, and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han.
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good morning, america. new overnight. pink power. the women's marches on president trump's doorstep. [ crowd chanting ] >> welcome to your first day, we will not go away. >> across the country. and around the world. ♪ this girl is on fire >> mothers, daughters, and grandmothers, marching to be heard. coming together to send one massive message. blasting the media. president trump's new fight with the press. >> they are among the most dishonest human beings on earth. >> taking issue with reports on attendance numbers at his inauguration. the president's press secretary then giving reporters a tongue lashing as trump heads to the cia. his new attempt to mend fences with the intelligence

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