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newer protests are lands for philadelphia international airport after families are turned away under a new travel ban. we're talking the possibility of snow arriving right here in parts of the delaware valley overnight. meteorologist chris sowers is here with an smile and the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: we're going to feed the snow lovers just a little bit, give them a taste of what they have been missing over the last few weeks. we get you outside we show you the clouds beginning to increase. we have flurries reported over the delaware bay this morning. nothing big, similar to yesterday. today is a nice day, combination of sun and clouds, temperatures in the 40s, overnight tonight, that's when the moisture starts rolling on in. numbers wise it's chilly. these windchill numbers, not actual air temperatures. when you factor in the winds, it will feel like # 1 in -- 31 in philadelphia. 26 in allentown. 32 in millville. 35 in cape may. satellite and radar we started out with sunshine, you can see
how quickly the clouds are starting to increase in advance of that right there. that's our snow maker overnight tonight into tomorrow morning. it's not a big storm, it's moving very quickly, snowfall total should be minor, but enough to create problems tomorrow morning. forecast for today, gradual increase in clouds, 42 degrees by 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m., 43. 5:00 p.m., back down to 40. windchills will make it feel like the mid 30s, winter weather advisory goes into effect overnight tonight for south jersey and delaware, i'll talk about that coming up in just a bit. guys? >> we're following breaking news this morning, charges have been filed against a man following a deadly crash on the the roosevelt boulevard that killed a ten-year-old girl and her teenage sister. police say 48-year-old kenneth rush ran into the sisters before midnight on the southbound lanes of the boulevard at large street in the city's oxford circle
section. he never stopped for the girls. he was arrested minutes after the crash. he faces numerous charges relating to their death including charges of drunk driving and vehicular homicide. the crash happened not far from the girls' home. u.s. military confirms the first known combat death of a u.s. soldier under donald trump dmip -- administration. the american soldier was killed when u.s. troops launched an attack against al qaeda. 14 militants were killed in the assault. developing now, yemen is one of seven countries covered by president trump's new travel ban. the blocks citizens from those nations from entering the u.s. for 90 days, one part of executive order has been blocked by federal judge's emergency order which was a victory to thousands protesting at airports across the country. >> race, no fear -- [chanting].
>> reporter: this was the scene at philadelphia international airport. citizens and local officialssup. governor wolf said immigrants were welcome in pennsylvania. more protests are scheduled for later today. in other cities across the country including boston be denver and new york and dallas, thousands gathered at airports to voice their opposition to the travel ban. several members of congress including senator elizabeth warren and john louis joined the protest in the home state. caught in the middle of the mail storm was a -- a syrian
family. jeanette reyes spoke to the family members live be in the lehigh valley. >> reporter: i'm beside myself, i'm thinking this is a prank this is not real. >> reporter: the family was excited for the arrival of their extended family members moving from war-torn syria to the united states. >> i've been waiting for them for three years. i woke up like at 6:00, just to go there. >> reporter: but after an 18 hour flight with stops in several countries, the group would only walk on american soil for a mere hours before being sent back. they said the relatives were detained by homeland security and forbidden from making any phone calls. as a result of the temporary order banning visa holders from
seven muslim countries. backlash from citizens and local elected officials was swift with dozens of protesters expressing their outrage at philadelphia international airport. >> it's important to me because i'm a son of an immigrant. we came to the county because we believe in the values of america. >> reporter: tom wolf senator bob casey and congressman bob brady and mayor jim kenny. mayor kenny these families waited months to get the proper documentation to come to the country legally. the trump administration may have given these families a death sentence. >> i'm very proud to be syrian. they want to kick me out because i'm syrian, i don't mind, but i'm american, too. >> reporter: the ruling by a federal judge is a temporary win for protesters here, but that doesn't mean those detained can see their families in the
states, they will not be deported. you can expect a fight from the administration up until and after the hearing is set february 21. jeanette reyes channel 6 "action news." >> this travel ban is wide reaching, it impacts those who are legal residents of the u.s. with green cards. the department of homeland security official said no one holding a green card has been prevented from entering the u.s., but some were forced to spend long hours in detention before being let back in the country. princeton university urging international students to delay travel to syria, iraq -- iraq, yemen, libya iran somalia and sudan they want clarity on the ban or students to talk to lawyers before leaving the u.s. >> world leaders are reacting to trump's travel ban, he is not getting much support even from america's closest ally. teresa may who met with trump in washington, she said she does
not agree with the ban. she will challenge the u.s. government if there is any adverse effect on british nationals. angela merkel is calling the ban wrong putting those of a particular faith or begin under general suspicion. >> 9:07. new information to tell you about this morning, teenage robbers shot a man on the street in wilmington, delaware. the action cam on the scene, 11th and walnut. the victim in his 60s told police two teens walked up to him at 5:30 a.m. and pulled out guns and demanded money. police found him walking down the street and drove him to the hospital. the teens ran off. if you use septa, there's new regional rail schedules you need to be aware of. weekday train times have been adjusted. some are leaving earlier and some later, inbound airplane
trains will not stop at the wayne junction or fern rock. prices at the pump is starting to decline. increase in production of u.s. oil is bringing down the cost of gas. right now the national average for a gallon of regular is 2.27. in philadelphia, it is 2.57. south jersey, 2.36 per gallon. in delaware, 2.22. the powerball jackpot is $200 million. nobody won the jackpot during last night's drawing worth 187 million bucks. now the jackpot will increase to $206 million. numbers, 12, 20, 39, 49, 69, the powerball 17. the next drawing is wednesday night. >> i have to get -- check my
ticket. the doors are open for the 2017 auto show. karlovers are flocking to the pennsylvania convention center. there are hundreds of vehicles on display from vintage to hitech. you can actually get inside and behind the wheel of your dream car. i actually had the opportunity to spend time with all our lovely viewers and check out the cars yesterday. the car show runs through next sunday. our viewers are so loyal and so nice, they were so patient, because the lines were long, hello to everyone thank you for stopping by. >> we had a fun time. >> reporter: we have details on two separate recalls affecting a luxury car. plus, it's tax time we have important tips to keep your information safe from those looking to steal it when you file. a baby hippo born prematurely is beginning to make strides. looking at the center city
brown was first diagnosed with prostate cancer five years ago. he has been treated for skin cancer. a baby hippo born prematurely at the cincinnati zoo is improving. she was born tuesday 6 weeks early. she is standing on her own. she has been receiving around the clock care and being bottle fed. she also half the size of a newborn hippo and the first hippo to be born at the zoo there in 75 years. >> she is not sure about the water. she'll learn to love it. >> a little snow. >> reporter: but not in your backyard, i'm looking out for you, gray. let's go outside and show you the view over the commodore barry bridge. we have the pesky clouds just like yesterday, we're not seeing the flurries this morning. a couple of flakes near the
delaware bay and the poconos that has ended. maybe a lingering spritz or sprinkle south of vineland, that's about it at this point. most of the time today should feature combination of sun and clouds, seasonable temperatures sitting at 37 degrees in philadelphia. allentown, 34. reading, 33. trenton, 36. millville, 36 degrees. and cape may, also checking in at 40. somewhat milder conditions, but there is still a breeze out there, it still feels blustery. satellite and radar if you look across the country there's not too much going on. we have a couple of clippers systems that are diving south, just like this and rounding the bend. you'll see a better picture on the water vapor shot. a tiny cluster of clouds will produce light snow after midnight tonight. future tracker 6, sun and clouds later this afternoon. nice quiet finish to the
weekend. this particular model, we'll stop the clock at 4:00 a.m. this will go to the south, millville, southern atlantic county and points south will see snow. some models have this into the city of philadelphia. it's going to be a fine line who sees what. the storm is so small, if this was a system from the size from her to pittsburgh, that's a huge storm. if it shifts it's not a big deal. this is a storm that just the slightest shift could make a dramatic change in the forecast him we'll go with the majority of what the forecast models are thinking that brings the accumulating snow into south jersey and delaware, south of philadelphia. we'll say a coating to an inch in the gray shaded area here, places like salem, glassboro, cherry hill, medford lakes, coating to an inch. one to two for buena, vineland, millville, hammonton, atlantic
city, wildwood, sea isle. dover, 1 to 2. sussex county in delaware, 1 to 2, as well. the big concern with the storm system is not a huge amount of snow, but slippery conditions first thing tomorrow morning. south jersey and delaware watch out for slick spots there could snow covered roads. visibility will be reduced as the snow is coming down. the storm will come to an end 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. tomorrow this morning. it's occurring when we're going to work or school. 43 degrees today, sun and clouds, breezy. reading, 40 degrees, cape may, a mild 45. yet you're one of the locations that will see most of the snow with this overnight. 30 degrees in philadelphia. snow after midnight. allentown, 23. millville, 29. on the boards in atlantic city, 30 degrees, the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, quiet today, 43, leftover
morning snow showers giving way to sunshine on monday, 39. tuesday, some rain and snow showers possible during the afternoon with another clipper system, up to 44 partly sunny, wednesday, 43. and then it turns colder by the end of the week, 38 degrees for thursday, friday, 34, saturday, 33 degrees, just a little bit of snow. >> one day, chris you'll get that big snowfall. >> reporter: i'm hopeful, gray. >> thank you. 9:17 i want to show you this right here, sped up video shows hundreds of boats moving into the bay in tampa, florida. it's been a tampa tradition for 1904. more than 1,000 police officers kept an eye on the parade route. 8 arrests were reported during the festivities. >> so glad yous
on a sunday morning, time 9:19 a.m., 37 degrees out there. sky6 live hd over the philadelphia international airport. meteorologist chris sowers says we hope to see some snow overnight and into the early morning, just depends on where you live. he does promise, however, you will not need a shovel for this system. that's good news, thank you chris for that. in "healthcheck" there's guidelines for treating older prostate cancer patients. treatment should be based on individual health status and not age, because elderly patients who are frail or have multiple health conditions may not handle aggressive cancer treatments. researchers at john hopkins have a treatment for eye disorders like macular degeneration, an injectable protein that stops
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everyone, 9:24 sunday morning, get ready for a clipper attack over the next few days, we'll see a series of clipper systems each producing light snow. there is philadelphia, clipper systems develop out here, they clip the northern tier states as they race on by, west to east. they are fast moving, so they don't have enough time to gather strength. because they are so far to the north, they don't have enough time to tap into the moisture
across the gulf coast states or the atlantic. they are minor events for us, insignificant snow events, but it will be enough to produce a little accumulation tomorrow morning. first one arrives tonight into tomorrow morning, the second one tuesday afternoon. quick moving storms, moisture starved and that equals minor snow event in the philadelphia area. gray. >> i'll take this, one, thank you chris. audi drivers listen up there are two recalls involving 576 vehicles. audi recalled the 2013 to 2017 model year with 2.0-liter turbo charged engines. electric coolant pump can get blocked with debris. there's a concern water could soak into the foam surrounding the side air bag inflaters that
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child tax credit will have to wait until february 15th for their refund to be processed. it will give internal revenue service extra time to look for fraud and identity theft. more to come on "action news" sunday morning, a fedex worker is being called a hero after stopping protesters from burning the american flag. if you're drinking at your super bowl party next week, grab your chips, we'll tell you what will help you get behind the wheel or not. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast which includes snow and cooler temperatures when "action news" continues.
emotional and dramatic scenes at airports across the country and the nation after families are turned away after the travel ban. fire officials believe an early-morning fire in philadelphia may have been deliberately set. >> we're keeping an eye on the possibility of snow right here in the delaware valley that should arrive overnight. >> that's right, meteorologist chris sowers is joining us with a look at accuweather. hi chris. >> reporter: good morning to you, guys, it feels like snow out here right now. it's blustery and cold with the wind blowing across the city avenue. windchills are below freezing. feels like 15 in the poconos, 26
in the lehigh valley. 31 in philadelphia. 32 in millville. a blustery 30 degrees in dover. satellite and radar the system that we're watching if you look toward the lower left-hand side of the screen, that's it right there. it's unorganized it's a small, quick moving storm, but the track should bring it over the heart of the delaware and the lehigh valleys. that mearns light snow is expected after -- that means light snow is expected after midnight tonight. sunny and breezy, up to 43 degrees with the high, with the winds feelings like 35, 36. as we look ahead we'll talk about the winter weather advisory in effect for south jersey and delaware. slippery roads conditions could develop especially across atlantic, cumberland and cape may counties in south jersey, ken county in delaware. it turnings colder in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. could be the coldest day we've seen in three weeks. i'll have the details coming up
in about ten minutes. guys. >> thank you for the update. >> your time, 9:32 we're following developing news this morning, a judge has temporarily blocked a travel ban put in place by president trump. the executive order prohibits citizens from seven predominantly muslim nations. >> rights here in philadelphia, protesters crowded philadelphia international airport after a syrian family was turned away after having arrived from damascus. they are one of many across the nation who have been denied because of travel ban. eva pilgrim has more. >> reporter: chaos at american airports. overnight police pepper spraying protesters in seattle as they joined demonstrators around the nation to protest president trump's no order banning travelers from seven countries
designated as having ties to terror. the restrictions leading to hours in detention for dozens including this five-year-old boy who was not reunited with his mother until late into the night. in cairo an iraqi man who risked his life for the u.s. government pulled off his flight on the way to the u.s. >> i don't know what to do, because i sold my house, i quit my job, my wife her job, and kids left school. >> reporter: everyone in his family had a visa to travel, given no warning they couldn't go. those who were able to get on the plane to the u.s., quickly running into issues at international hubs around the country. >> they got on board a plane before the executive order was issued, when they got off the plane they were detained. >> reporter: at least nine in dallas. in atlanta, 11. new york jfk a dozen, in washington, approximately 20 people. the backlash forcing an
emergency hearing in the federal courtroom in new york, the judge ruling those with valid documentation cannot be denied entry into the country. >> i understand the rational, i support the president when he says we have to support the border. at the same time let's look at the executive order, it's basically making all muslims not to come here. >> reporter: after hours of waiting, 81 legal petroleum nant nant -- permanent right-hand side and special visa travelers were granted waivers. this husband and father released after 19 hours. >> this is the soul of america, this is what purbledz me to move -- pushed me to move, leave my country and come here. at least one company is stepping in to help those affected by the travel ban. the founder and ceo of air bnb
will offer housing for anybody denied into the u.s. after the tweet was sent back be many tweeted back offering their homes to those affected. this week with george stephanopoulos will have more on the affects of travel band coming up next immediately following the broadcast at 10:30. >> 9:35, this morning, investigators are trying to figure out how a woman was able to sneak into last week's gop retreat on the same day president trump was in philadelphia. the police say she used counterfeit korea -- credentials. police are trying to identify the woman. philadelphia fire officials have labeled a blaze at a home overnight as suspicious. "action news" was there as firefighters battled the flames on the 4500 block of north biewrve -- buvieer street.
the home where the blaze started was vacant. police are investigate a crash in somerdale section. police were called to the area after a child was hit by a car. the child was rushed to st. christopher's hospital, in critical, but stable condition. the driver shortly after the accident. no word if there were any anies charges filed in the crash. police searching for the driver of a white late model minivan who hit and killed a grandmother happened in west philadelphia. 48-year-old katherine brown was hit as she got out of a trolley with several grandchildren. it happened friday night. she was holding a 3-year-old when she was hit at 57th and girard avenue. brown died at the hospital. her 3-year-old grand son was seriously injured. a south jersey woman is behind bars accused of throwing a stranger's young child into the path of a new jersey transit
train. the 20-year-old is faces charges of attempted murder. authorities say she was near the light rail platform friday night when she grabbed a five-year-old girl and threw her on the tracks. she was quickly taken into custody, the girl was taken to the hospital to be treated for cuts and bruises. a committee in the republican controlled senate voted to kill a sick leave law. such bills would not become law unless they pass the full senate and house and signed by governor tom wolf, but governor wolf is expected to oppose the bills and veto them if they reaches desk. >> much more to come on sunday morning edition of "action news" an upset in the australia open. a back and forth rally between roger federal federal federer ap
a recent investigation found there's a pattern of excessive force used by chicago police department. 9:40 a.m. local state and federal investigators are looking for a suspect who set a texas mosque on fire. a fireeled the buildings. they are trying to pinpoint the cause of the fire, they believe it was not an accident. go fund me page to rebuild the mosque has raised $196,000. time for accuweather, some of us will see the white stuff overnight. >> reporter: mother nature is teasing, if it's going to snow, bring it, right gray? >> bring it to your hours, not not -- to your house, not mine. [laughter]. there's the view in cape may. it's beautiful out there combination of sun and clouds.
temperatures are blustery. we have windchills below freezing, you definitely need to bundle up as you make your way outdoors. double scan live shows spritzes and sprinkles popping up across southern cape may and atlantic counties. the numbers are mild. millville, 36. cape may, up to 41. atlantic city, 38 degrees, allentown, 34. reading, checking in at 33 with the slightest breeze out west/northwest at 5 to 10 miles per hour. that's enough to put the windchills in the upper 20s and low 30s, it's a blustery morning even though the temperatures are mild compared to where they should be for this time of the year. double scan live, we set it in motion, there's the system we're watching. it's unorganized it's a small system snow showers pushing through the mountains of west virginia and the bluegrass state
of kentucky. that continue will push east into the virginias and work off the delmarva bringing snow to the area overnight tonight and into tomorrow morning. future tracker 6 showing later this afternoon, nothing more than a combination of sun and clouds. clouds quickly increase overnight tonight and that light snow starts to develop. now, this forecast model is not bullish on the idea of snow tonight. it pushes most of it to the south. some models bring it as far north as philadelphia. accuweather will go with the consensus that shows snow across south jersey and delaware overnight tonight. it's a quick moving storm. it is probably out to sea by 8:00 a.m., 9:00 a.m. monday is not a bad day at all, combination of sun and clouds and breeze beginning to pick up. winter weather advisory this is issued by the national weather service, from 3:00 a.m. to noon, i've adjusted to 10:00 a.m. it's mostly for south jersey and delaware, this is the area where
eel see some accumulation, not a big events, one to two inches of snow. perhaps a coating to an inch to wilmington so south of philadelphia. stretching through northwestern burlington county and ocean counties in south jersey. the big concern would be it is the morning commute there could slick spots out there, maybe the secondary roads in south jersey are snow covered. allow yourself extra time. for today, sun and clouds, breezy, 44 degrees is the forecasted high. windchills in the mid 30s. overnight tonight, mostly cloudy light snow developing after midnight. 23 degrees in places like bethlehem and allentown. 30 degrees for center city. winds are light out of the northeast at 5 to 10. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, shows another clipper system arriving tuesday, today is quiet. clipper system number one arrives overnight tonight into tomorrow. maybe morning leftover snow showers or thursday, otherwise afternoon sun, 389. tuesday, lots of clouds, the second system arrives, rain or snow shower, 44 degrees.
wednesday is a quiet day, partly sunny, 43. the cold front arrives wednesday night into thursday this mornin. the numbers drop, thursday, 38. friday, 34, saturday, 33 degrees. i hope that's not the best old man winters has to offer. [laughter]. thank you so much. i would like to reminds you you can find the seven-day forecast double scan radar at 6abc.com/weather. beautiful sounds at a beautiful event in center city last night. ♪ the philadelphia orchestra took the stage at the academy of music for the 160 anniversary concert and ball celebrating philadelphia's golden heritage. proceeds from the performance are going into the academy of music restoration fund. we'll be back in a moment.
stayed with us, 9:48, 37 degrees out there. sky6 live hd over the commodore barry bridge. meteorologist chris sowers says prepare for snow overnight into the morning, it depends on where you live, we'll explain in just a bit. >> reporter: a book published in 1949 is a best seller may be due to president trump.
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>> welcome back on this sunday, we are taking a live look via sky6 live hd at old city. 9:53, 37 degrees, we're expecting a small bit of snow overnight tonight into the morning hours, so commuters give yourself extra time. it was a nail biting end to the men's australia open. roger federal budgeterrer beat raphael nadal to -- roger
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goal. not only is villanova trying to rebound from the second loss they are trying to get even against 12th ranked virginia after they beat nova last december. >> they are tough, they have great coach and great players. >> reporter: is the team in your face, up there at least? >> i don't want to say that, but definitely up there. >> reporter: speaking of nova, brian westbrook goes into the hall of fame after the eagles inducted them into theirs. b-west all time rusher and scorer, hold 41 school records. >> nova was a special place to me, a special place in my heart, to be a part of the hall of fame it's a great university it means the world to me, so i'm excited. >> don't forget about the pro bowl today, that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski. have a great day. behinds is giving all --
heinz is giving their salaried employees the day after the big day. rereleased a tongue-in-cheek online video with a talking bowl of ketchup and mustard. 60 million people call in sick or skip work. they are calling on people to sign a change organ petition -- change.org petition. >> there's much more to come on "action news," this is the most adorable video ever seen, we have video of a little girl singing with her dad. don't miss this one. >> a special tribute to the late princess diana. and who is making the request. those stories and more, plus, meteorologist chris sowers is tracking a small chance of snow
for today at philadelphia international airport after families are turned away under a new travel ban. and we are tracking the possibility of a little snow arriving right here in parts of the delaware valley overnight. meteorologist chris sowers is at the "action news" big board with the latest information from accuweather, chris, just a little bit of snow but it could spell trouble for morning commuters. >> reporter: that's right, because a lot of times when we're talking about minor accumulations, people tend to let their guard down, you get slick spots and you have accidents. we don't want that to happen tomorrow morning, that's why we issued the advisory this morning so you can get prepared. 38 degrees in philadelphia. 40 in millville. 42 in atlantic city, and cape may, checking at 41. satellite and radar believe it or not, there's the system right there, actually it's sitting over charleston, west virginia. it will continue on its journey off to the south anne east, close enough to produce a little bit of accumulation, right
there, mainly south of the philadelphia area. so what you can expect here over the next 12 hours so. after midnight tonight, south jersey and delaware you need to take it slow tomorrow morning as you make your way to work and school. there will be covered roads and slick spots. the viblght will -- visibility l be reduced as the snow is falling. it's the opposite in the city's points north and west. it's a southern storm. you might not see anything northwest of philadelphia, mostly cloudy, perhaps a flurry or snow shower. the roads will be clear. it's just a south jersey and delaware event. the snow accumulations will be like this. all areas south of that line, that's where the snow will stick. we could see a good one to two inches in these locations. i'll come back in just a few minutes and detail that in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. guys. >> chris, thank you. we're following breaking news this morning, charges have been filed against a man following a deadly crash on the roosevelt boulevard that killed a ten-year-old girl and her
teenage sister. 48-year-old kenneth rush ran into the officers before midnight on the southbound lanes of the boulevard at large street. rush never stopped for the 10 and 19-year-old girls. he was arrested minutes after the crash. he faces numerous charges related to their death including charges of drunk driving and vehicular homicide. >> more breaking news to tell you about this morning, the u.s. military confirms the first known combat death of the u.s. soldier you ever had donald trump's administration, an american soldier was killed in yemen when americans launched a surprise attack against the al qaeda in that countries. a statement from centerline command said 14 militants were killed -- from central command said 14 militants were killed in the assault. part of president trump's executive order banning
travelers from 7 predominantly countries are blocked. >> the order sparked confusion and protests at airports across the nation. bob brooks live at the philadelphia international airport, where protests are planned for today, bob. no audio. we've been walking around the airport speaking about the executive order. we've seen signs left behind from the protests. this one saying let them in. i want to bring up video and take a look, these are the protests yesterday they got intense, lots of people in and several local politicians including mayor kenny and governor wolf. they say president trump's executive order is something to fight. immigrants limited from iraq, yemen, libya iran somalia and sudan, those seven nations, immigrants are barred from coming into the country right now.
we spoke to an immigration attorney who is picking up a client from lebanon not on the list, but she said we want to support the fight against this. >> i think it's horrible. i mean it's just so contrary to what the united states stands for of having open doors and letting people in and just to automatically say that people from these select countries cannot come. it's a horrible thing. >> okay, back out live, i just spoke with someone from the aclu. they tell me any detainees stopped at the airport were taken somewhere overnight and because of the ruling they were broad back they will be processed and let go about their way to wherever they are traveling inside the united states. reporting live at philadelphia international airport, bob brooks, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you for the update. other cities across the country including boston,
denver, new york and dallas. thousands gathered to voice their opposition to the travel ban. several members of congress including senator elizabeth warren, john louis joined the protest in their home states. members of a syrian family had high hopes living in the delaware valley were turned away. 6 members of the family had obtained visas after a long and costly process, the family had plans to stay with a relative in allentown. yesterday they were put back on a plane and certainty away. >> we have gone through all the proper channels, paid all the fees, they were supposed to arrive this morning at 7:45 a.m. at 8:30 a.m., they got a call indicating don't come to pick up your family we're sending them back. >> mayor jim kenny responded to
the incident saying by several account families waited months to obtain the proper documentation to come to the country legally. the trump administration may have given these families a death sentence. >> this travel ban is wide reaching, it impacts those who are legal residents of the u.s. with green cards. no one holding a green card has been prevented from entering the u.s., but some were forced to spend long hours in detention before being allowed back in. princeton university urging international students to delay travel to iraq, yemen, libya iran somalia and sudan. they want clarity on the ban or talk to a lawyer before leaving the county. world leaders are reacting to the travel ban. he is not getting much support even from america's closest allies. teresa may said she does not
agree with the ban. she would travel u.s. government if there are any adverse affects on british nationals. angela merkel is calling the ban long and saying the fight against terrorism doesn't justify putting those of a particular faith orin under suspicion. teenage robbers shot a man on the street in delaware. the action cam at the scene, 11th and walnut. the victim in his 60s said two teens walked up at 5:30 a.m. and pulled out guns and demanded money. during the confront ages, the man was -- confrontation, the pan was shot once in the thigh. the teenagers ran away. if you're using septa there's no regional rail schedules, some trains departing earlier and some later. inbound trains will not stop at
wayne judges, fern rock or malvern stations. there's good news for drivers at the pump. the price of gas continues to steadily decline according to aaa, increased production of u.s. oil is bringing down the price of gas. the average gallon is 2.27. south jersey, 2.36 and wilmington, delaware, 2.22. the powerball jackpot is $200 million. nobody won the jackpot, during last night's drawing worth $187. it will increase to 206 million. however there was a 1 million-dollar in pennsylvania. check that ticket. the numbers, 12, 20, 39, 49, 69. the powerball 17. the next drawing is wednesday
night. >> one day, nydia. one day. right now the doors are open for the second day of the 2017 philadelphia auto show. karlovers are flocking to the pennsylvania convention center. there are hundreds of vehicles on display from vintage to hitech. you can get inside and behind the wheel of that car of your dreams. i had the opportunities to spend time with viewers and check out the cars yesterday, car show runs through next sunday. i had a great time saying hello to all the viewers, i can't remember all the names, hello to everyone, thank you for being so nice,. we have details on how prince william and prince harry had an to honor their late mother princess diana. >> walking on water? it only appears that way. >> working through the weekend in an effort to replenish the
beaches at the jersey shore after the nor'easter caused damage. outside we go looking at the philadelphia international airport. snow lovers we could get snow, not a lot, though. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when we come back. fed section back ago drivr
burning the american flag who were trying to burn a flag outside a mall in iowa city. by friday an online petition called on fedex not to fire him. police arrested two protesters for violating the city's burn ordinance. >> california governor, jerry brown will undergo a new round of treatment for prostate cancer. the disease is not extensive, the staff said it will not hinder his efforts to carry out his duties. he was treat treated for prostate cancer five years ago. the baby hippo who was born prematurely at the cincinnati zoo is improving. she is beginning to stand on her own. she is receiving around the clock care. officials say she is half the size of a normal newborn hippo.
she is the first hippo to be born at the zoo in 75 years. >> she is a little skiddish about the bath. >> reporter: let's get you outside and show you the view in wilmington, we have mostly cloudy conditions, little of sunshine peeking through. today is similar to yesterday, we have a combination of sun and clouds throughout the day. spritzes and sprinkles being reported right now. as we flip it over to the radar, we have a speck of green south of vineland, passing over the delaware bay region, nothing of significance, just a few rain drops. 38 degrees in philadelphia. it's fairly mild, dewpoint, 23. pressure, 30-inch and raising. inldz out of the west at -- winds out of the west at 5 miles per hour. that's giving us a windchillle of 34. 28 in allentown, 17 in the poconos. feels like 34 right now in wilmington and dover.
storm tracker 6 live we set it in motion for you, we have a couple of areas of moisture one here coming off lake michigan, you're seeing lake-effect snow there. this is our snow maker overnight tonight, very disorganized passings -- passing over the highway and tennessee valley. if this was from here to pittsburgh, a small shift in the track wouldn't matter we still pick up snow. when the system is this small the slightest shift can change the entire forecast. this keeps it down south near the delmarva. there are three other models that take the system here and plant it directly over top us. we'll have light snow developing overnight tonight after midnight into tomorrow morning, for south jersey and delaware. snow showers after midnight. a steadier light snow should
develop across south jersey and the dare bay region by tomorrow morning. that pushes out to sea. what i agree with is how quickly it will work off the coast. not a system that will stick around for a long duration of time here. as we get into the majority of the afternoon on monday, combination of sun and clouds and gusty breeze. after midnight, south jersey and delaware, snow developing. there could slippery roads because the temperature drops below freezing, visibility could drop to less than a half mile at times while the snow is falling. the snow should end around 10:00 a.m.. it doesn't take much snow to create problems especially if it sticks on the roads. perhaps a coating to an inch in the gray shaded here, south of philadelphia. nothing north and west, one to two inch for south jersey,
cumberland, atlantic and cape may counties. sunny and breezy, 44 degrees, the windchill will make it feel like 35 or 36. clouding up overnight tonight with the light snow developing after midnight for south jersey and delaware, 23 degrees outlying suburbs, reading, bethlehem, allentown, those places out there, 30 degrees for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 39 degrees for tomorrow. leftover morning snow showers and flurries, some afternoon sunshine. tuesday another storm system comes through here, and just like tonight it's a quick-moving system. there's not much moisture with it, rain or snow shower possible. up to 44. the rest of the week looks pretty quiet and colder. 38 degrees, thursday, friday and saturday, 34 and 33. >> brrr. >> thank you. time 10:16 a.m. work is happening to stabilize the dunes in ocean county. "action news" new jersey
correspondent nora muchanic has the details. >> reporter: these are the first up to 2,000 truck loads of sands being dumped in ortly beach which had the do you know destroyed by the neemplet on monday. -- nor'easter on monday, violent waves ate away the dunes back to the boardwalk, leaving toms river vulnerable to flooding. >> if we don't do this quickly if there's another storm, the neck storm will be in the street, i'm afraid. >> reporter: the township has contracted to bring in 30,000 cubic yards of sand to create a temporary do you know a half mile long. it's needed because the entire beachfront in ortley looks like. i lost my house in sandy, now this again. >> reporter: it will cost half million dollars to replace the sand and the beach crossovers damaged in the storm. >> sad, devastating this happened again.
the army core of engineers is -- army corps of engineers is expected to begin a beach replenishment in the spring. the mayor thinks given the situation, ortley beach is where they should begin. >> anytime an nor'easter or another sandy, you don't want to think about it. >> army corps of engineers will put a wall up. that will help. >> we have all these homes and ratables, the beaches in new jersey are the life blood of the state, the tourism is so important. >> reporter: trucks will line up and fill the do you know until it is repaired. nora muchanic channel 6 "action news."
>> this will be a statue honoring princess diana at the palace. prince william and prince harry have requested a statue of their mother be erected on the ground of kensington palace, a special committee will choose a sculpture. time to check what's going viral in the social corner. >> this is where we chat about the photos and images everybody is talking about from facebook, youtube and whole lot more. >> looks like this man is
walking on water. else walking on a frozen lake in northern michigan. the ice is so clear, you can see straight threw to the bottom. the pictures were posted on the facebook page. he said the frozen water is five feet deep where he is was standing. even took a shovel to it to test the strength of the ice. a picture is worth a thousand words. this says that and a whole lot more, chris took pictures of his 10-year-old son in eastern australia, last week when he realized what was lurking underneath the surface of the water? a great white shark, it was a juvenile great white 8 feet in length. still scary. ♪ you got a friend in me ♪ >> she sings so good. >> you can see why this video went viral, that's 4-year-old
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>> reporter: no, it's probably not going to be snowing at your house. >> there we go. >> reporter: south jersey and delaware, it's a different story, here's what to expect over the next 12 to 24, some snow expected overnight tonight mainly across south jersey and delaware, it could provide us with a slick morning commute in the areas. north and west you might not see anything at all. the accumulations are south and east of the delaware river. pottstown town reading, allentown, maybe a few application overnight. one to two inches possible for south jersey, millville, vineland, buena, wildwood, atlantic city. lbi concluded be one to two inches there. maybe a coating to an inch, williamstown, glassboro, salem. >> reporter: allow yourself extra time. 43 degrees today, sun and clouds, 39 with a leftover snow shower tomorrow morning and sunshine by afternoon. >> thank you.
this week with george stephanopoulos is up next on 6abc. >> president trump's controversial travel ban is front and center on this morning's show as the press secretary of state sits down with martha raddatz. >> reporter: good morning gray and nydia, after a whirlwind week for president trump protest after the executive order limiting entry to the u.s. can that order survive in court will trump back down. we're asking all the tough questions with sean spicer, senate majority leader, mitch mcconnell and former defense secretary bob gates all that coming up on this week. >> busy show. "action news" continues back here at noon, here's some of the stories we're working on on for you, the philadelphia opera brings a love story to the city. details on the rarely performed show. >> what's in a name. why experts say sometimes we mix up people's names. now for chris hall -- chris
>> announcer: starting right now on "this week with george stephanopoulos" -- [ chanting ] first week firestorm. protests around the country after trump limits entry to the u.s. [ chanting ] president trump not backing down. >> we're totally prepared. it's working out very nicely. we'll have a very, very strict ban, and we'll have extreme vetting. >> announcer: federal courts intervening overnight. >> we believe this executive order is clearly unlawful. >> announcer: will trump's order survive? we have all the breaking details plus -- >> the american people will not pay for the wall. >> announcer: after a wild week one, we cover it all and go straight to the new power brokers. tough questions ahead r