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[sirens] >> the death toll in london goes up to 7 after three attackers use a van and knives to go on a killing spree. >> teresa may just spoken about the latest terror attack. >> the show will go on, the latest act of terror in england is not stopping ariana grande's benefit concert for the victims of the manchester bombing. >> show me the money, powerball fever is back with a huge jackpot on the line. >> we have breaking news, a backup on the schuylkill expressway, you're looking live. scene, you can see the traffic at a standstill. the crash is blocking 76 between
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the belmont avenue and gladwyn exit. a few minutes ago we saw cars turning around on the exreas -- expressway, the schuylkill expressway shut down between the belmont and gladwyn exits. take note you may want to take a detour. there was an overturned vehicle and one person trapped inside. >> better news in the weather department. let's go outside to chris sowers hi, chris. >> reporter: it's nice out here, it's very crisp it almost reminds me of a summer morning on cape cod, delightful breeze. let's show you the numbers, lake harm he knee 47 degrees, last hour they were down to 37 degrees, chilly stuff up there. they were five degrees above freezing, quakertown, 44. you got down to 40 this morning. warminster, 53. center city, 61. newtown, 49.
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sewell 51. agendas peach, millville -- gandys beach, millville, 48, and cape may, 64. yesterday we started out with all the clouds and the sun build in during the day. today we start out with sun, the clouds build in the afternoon. in the lehigh valley and the poconos there's a threat of showers and brief period of rain later on. it's the system collapsing from the northwest. you can see it on the wider view. right now it looks harmless enough, there's not much activity with it, as we get the heating of the day, that line will line up. if you're heading to the poconos later on, be on the look out there will be a little rain later this afternoon. everybody else, increasing clouds for philadelphia, the immediate surrounding suburbs it's a warmer day, high of 82 degrees. with that said, the weather pattern suns unsettle the later this week. monday an upper level low sits
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over top of the mid atlantic states, clouds and showers, maybe a period of thunderstorms during the afternoon, tuesday, same thing, more clouds, easterly breeze, temperatures in the 60s, a few showers around, wednesday, thick, clouds and showers possible, temperatures are in the 60s. the good news, the model is showing thursday, friday, saturday and sunday, everything starts to clear out, and the temperatures start to warm up. as a matter of fact there is the shot that one or two locations could reach 790 by next weekend. i'll be back along in just a few minutes with all the details in the seven-day forecast. guys? >> chris, thank you. the number of dead in the london has risen to seven following last night's attack. >> police are calling this an act of terror. british prime minister said the attacks are not connected, but bound by a single eve ideology. a trio of suspects using fake explosive vests used a van to
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run over the famed london bridge and stabbed people at a market before being shot by police. >> that happened hours before manchester city hosts a comings certificate in honor of the victims of the terror attack in that city. >> reporter: a saturday night stroll on london bridge turned into mayhem and murder when this white van plowed into a crowd running down helpless pedestrians. one person tweeted a photo of the immediate aftermath, people trying to give aid to the injured. police and ambulance workers swarming the scene. >> once they crashed that van, three men got and they were apparently armed with long knives. >> the suspects left the vehicle attempting to stab a number of people. >> move out of the way. >> reporter: people ordered to evacuate. police asking radio station to say tell those in the area run
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and hide. word from -- word came from nearby borough apartment of the attack. >> they stabbed the girl, ten, maybe 15 times. >> reporter: heavily armed police gunning down three suspects. >> they responded quickly and bravely confronted the three individuals and shot them and they are dead. >> reporter: the attackers were wearing what looked like explosive vests, but they were not real. president trump tweeted whatever the united states can do to help out london and the uk we're with you, god bless. president trump said this is another reason for the controversial travel ban, he said we need to be smart and tough. we reached out to philadelphia police, they said we are continuing to monitor the situation in london.
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as always we'll collaborate with our local state and federal partners to insure the safety of our citizens. >> as you heard ariana grande's benefit concert will go on in england where a suicide bomber killed 22 people at the concert a last month. after hearing about the london incident, ariana grande said praying for london. she spent yesterday with young victims injured in the manchester attack.of the show to people expected at the o manchester concert. abc is privileged to bringraouon concert on our free channel. it will air late tonightfollowie editioda we're following other news searching for a gunman who shot and kild
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market streets early this shot in the chest around nearby pizzp for help. medicine i cans at a nearby to penn presbyterian medical center so far no word of a motive. morning, philadelphia list are searching -- philadelphia police are searching for the a gunman who shot a man in the faces a he was walking down the street in tioga nicetown at 11:45 where they found the 21-year-old man suffering from injuries to the left side of his face and shoulder. he was rushed to temple university hospital in critical condition. >> the suspect in the stabbing of a philadelphia city councilman david oh is in police custody. we told you yesterday morning a warning was issued for 24-year-old shawn yarbrea who turned himself in.
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councilman picked him out of the photo lineup. >> when i saw the photograph i said that's him. i'm glad he turned himself in that means nobody got hurt and he is cooperating and the public is safer. >> councilman oh is back at public events only days after being stabbed outside his home. >> reporter: the man's lawyer and stepfather said this is a case of mistaken identity. after years of legal wrangling bill cosby goes on trial for sexual assault. he accused of assaulting andrea constan when she worked for the basketball team at temple university. he said the encounter was consensual. at jury is being brought in from allegheny county to hear the case. the 79-year-old former tv star
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could get ten years if convicted. the powerball jackpot jumped to 375 million big ones. nobody one the 337 million-dollar drawing. it was the 15th largest jackpot in the game's history. 3, 79, -- 3, 9, 21, 41, the powerball number 25. >> good luck if you play. >> 7:09 a.m. a carport comes crashing down on top of vehicles, what police say led up to this. >> political comedian bill maher is always controversial, this morning he is apologizing for something he said on his show. >> race car driver with a local connection comes back to conquer the monster mile in delaware. >> reporter: most of us will be all right tomorrow, but several
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locations could see thunderstorms tomorrow and drenching downpours and cloud to grounds lightning strikes, i'll be back in just a few minutes with all the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
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>> 7:12 a.m., i want to get you caught up on breaking news we've been following all morning long. schuylkill expressway, this is good news, traffic is moving. not the picture earlier when it was at a complete standstill because of an overturned car. one person was trapped in the vehicle, good news this morning, 76 westbound reopening. if you're heading that way, you can breathe a sigh of relief. >> you've got good news, too. >> reporter: that's right we have sunshine this morning. we have cool temperatures, let's get you outside, live in chester, talen energy stadium. trafficking -- traffic moving
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along, lake harmony down officially to 36 degrees first thing this morning. quakertown, 40. the numbers are rebounding now, but that's chilly for the beginning of june. storm tracker 6 live nothing going on, the radar is clear, numbers we're responding a little bit now. 47 in the poconos, philadelphia up to 61. millville, ten cooler. trenton, 55. reading, 51. satellite and radar starting out with sunshine clouds increasing from the northwest you can see showers starting to develop out there, as well near punxsutawney and bradford. that's associated with a quick-moving cold front that will move to the east that will brush the pennsylvania/new york state line. up there it will be a dreary day for them today. in the poconos the lehigh valley will see the rain. everybody else, the system will be a little bit too far north to get in 0 on that.
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delaware, for the races, dry testers in the 80s. immediate surrounding suburbs looking good, as well. future tracker 6, we're increasing the clouds, high, thin clouds move in and lower and thicken. in the lehigh valley and poconos it is raining. everybodyeverybody else is dry. overnight tonight, there's a threat of showers and thunderstorms. tomorrow the forecast is tricky, we have five high resolution model l -- models that we look at. one suggests rain for south jersey and delaware bay region, others do not. monday morning could be wet across south jersey and delaware. during the afternoon, everybody sees the cold front. if you don't get the rain in the morning, everybody will see the cold front during the late afternoon hours, that will trigger showers and storms. some of the storms could be on the heavier side. gusty winds, maybe winds up to
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50, 55 miles per hour and drenching downpours shown by the reds and the oranges. one or two storms could be strong to possibly severe. that takes us into tuesday, an upper level low sits over top us. monday a mainly cloudy day, tuesday, mostly cloudy, wednesday, thursday, friday, we see the clouds dissipate and get into sunshine. here's the anticipated rainfall totals. it depends on where the heaviest downpours set up. some locations up to 2 inches. others if you don't see a downpour, quarter inch to a half inch. yesterday we topped out at 77. today, 82. winds are light out of the south at 5 to 15 miles per hour. this is the trouble spot in the viewing area, the poconos, it's all right up there right now, the rain will develop after 2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m. 65 degrees is the forecasted high. jackpot at the jersey shore.
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sun and clouds, low risk for rip currents. 72 on the sand in ocean city. cape may, 72. delaware beaches a little bit warmer temperatures in the mid 70s. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, comfortable today, miserable as we head into the beginning of next week. it will not be raining every hour of the day, monday, tuesday, wednesday. note it will be cloudy each and everyday, there's a chance of a shower here or there. 76 on monday, heavy afternoon thunderstorms, possible. tuesday, maybe a shower, 69. wednesday still the threat of a shower 67 degrees. i'm tired of this. >> a lot of threats. >> reporter: give me a week where it's sunny. make something happen you're the meteorologist. >> thanks chris. the roots came home to philadelphia for the annual picnic. quest love and the entire band led a star-studded lineup at penns landing. this event is a ten year
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tradition as you you know it's more a music festival than a picnic. we'll be back in a moment.
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patented fast dissolving formula. it starts to relieve sudden cravings fast. every great why needs a great how. loud bang my fiance was getting up for work, he was like oh, my gosh. >> yeah, quite a wake-up call at a kent, washington apartment complex when a chain-reaction crash brought down the carport. one car hit another one sending the other car into two pillars holding up the carport. the roof came tumbling down. nobody was hurt. >> 7:19 is the time. "healthcheck" the most prescribed medication may be the most overprescribed. 150 prescriptions are written
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for low thyroid hormone levels. doctors may not follow up to see if it is helping you. the symptoms of under active thyroid can be confused with other conditions. once patients begin the drug doctors never see if the conditions improve. >> the majority of physicians never have a chance to look at the results of the medicine. >> reporter: patients should be checked three months after they started. a bucks county school community rallied to support a beloved teacher in the fight of her life. >> we love you mrs. caine. >> karen caine is a 6th grade teacher at saint katherine drexel school in hole -- holland. she has two children that are at
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the school, students and faculty want her to know she is loved and supported. >> we just felt that she is one of our own, that's what our school does, we come together as a family, especially as life happens. that's one of our most important goals here at the school. >> miss caine is the best teacher i ever had, she is so nice, we're trying to raise money to help her. >> the school community has raised $6,500 for mrs. caine's care. she missed the fundraiser because of chemo therapy. we'll be back with sports in just a moment. i know my voice matters today.
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donald tmeet phil murphy,by former goldman sachs bankers. another wall street banker running for governor, whose firm helped trigger the financial meltdown that put millions out of work and out of their homes. murphy's trying to buy the election, paying off new jersey bosses. my name's john wisniewski, and i'm running for governor of new jersey. john wisniewski, the son of a millwright, who uncovered the bridgegate scandal and exposed chris christie's corruption. the choice -- insider wall street politics or main street, new jersey, values. back everyone, 7:24 sunday
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morning, storm tracker 6 live we set it in motion for you, this is the system we're watching this afternoon. it's not going to effect the philadelphia area and the immediate suburbs, but it could hit the lehigh valley and the poconos this afternoon it could form pretty good thunderstorms. we'll watch this closely. again, areas well north of philadelphia under the gun for showers and storms later on. the jersey shore that's the place to be today partly sunny, nice day, 72 degrees on the sand. philadelphia, increasing clouds, 82 in the city. poconos, clouds and showers thunderstorm thrown in there, as well. phillies 1 5:00 p.m. start time, game three the rubber matt against the giants. warmer day, first pitch temperature 79, 9th, 82. the phillies can do something today they have not accomplished since april 27.
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win two games in a row. a young pitcher helped them win last night. here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: since he was a little kid ben lively has been dreaming about this day, when he was in 5th grade he wrote down he wanted to be a professional baseball player and the phillies are happy it came to fruition yesterday. imagine what's going through his mind. benefit ben lively making his major league debut against the giants. he twirls around that's a balk. he goes 7 gives up 4 it's no strikeouts. livingly jokes he could not strike out his sister. behind lively the phillies are breaking bad in the 7th. freddie galvis, rbi single. bases loaded triple. lively is crossing his fingers in the 9th as the phils
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bullpen nearly blows a 4-run lead. phillies won 5-3, the first since last saturday, the first for lively. his mom starts tearing up. he calls her a cry baby. this feels great. >> lively ask -- is my favorite pitcher, the thing that impressed me the most, he showed no fear. >> i didn't have any strikeouts, i couldn't strike out my sister, i put the ball on the ground i'll keep doing that. >> >> reporter: race weekend at the monster mile in dover, delaware at 1:15 p.m. final practice yesterday, dale earnhardt junior starts 11th. jimmy johnson, 14th. kyle bush fine tuning his ride
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after upsetting second place finish two weeks ago. martin truex is the local favorite said he is looking forward to racing what he considers his home track. >> winning is sweet anywhere, but this race i have more friends and family at this race than any race i go to. it's special for me to win, it's hard anywhere, but it's special anywhere, but here it's a little bit sweeter. >> truex junior among the favorites today. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski. have a great day. >> game two of the nba finals tips off tonight at 8:00 p.m. golden state leads the series, 1-game to none. stanley cup final has been dominated by the home team. pittsburgh won the first two
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games back in pennsylvania. it is two games to one. a young athlete in new castle county living with cystic fie -- fibroses has been nominated for athlete the year, he plays lacrosse and basketball. he made his way into the national impression and honor roll despite missing 50 days of school for hospital stays. >> it's not easy, i never let it stop me, though, if i have practice, i'll do it before practice or sometimes before i run, take my inhaller and go run, it never stopped me. he is the only delaware athlete in the contest, the winner will be announced on wednesday.
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gentle breeze, no humidity, some locations are in the 40s, pottstown 47 degrees, quakertown down to 40 this morning. you're now up to 47. lake harmony down to 36 this morning. 11 degrees warmer now, chilly 47 up there. warminster, 54. media, 59. center city, 51. glassboro, 54. vineland, 50 degrees, gandys beach, 50. tuckahoe, 59 dell haven, 64. you can see the clouds increasing in the last couple of frames as you look to the left-hand side of the screen. that's in advance of the next system heading this way. we think most of the storm will pass on by to the north. poconos, northern portions of the lehigh valley you could get into a period of rain this afternoon. everybody else you'll stay dry, increasing clouds that's the call from accuweather today. here's the day planner for the city of philadelphia, and the immediate surrounding suburbs,
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starting out with sun clouds building in, 1:00 p.m., 80 degrees, 82 degrees is the high. the day planner for the jersey shore looks cooler. 66 degrees by 9:00 a.m. mostly sunny skies right there on the sand. 11:00 a.m., 69. 3:00 p.m., we're up to 70 degrees looking for a high of 72 before the sea breeze kicks in and pulls you back down into the mid 60s. looks like a nice, pleasant finish to the weekend. it turns unsettled this week. monday, tuesday, wednesday, an upper level low pressure system sits over top us, it turns cooler and there's the possibility of strong storms tomorrow. i'll be back along in just a few minutes and have all the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> we are at this pointing -- continuing to follow developments in london. police are calling the attacks acts of terrorism. self people are dead and 48
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injured. the three attackers are dead. it began after 10:00 when a van drove on to the sidewalk on london bridge plowing into pedestrians. they ran away wielding knives targeting people in the busy bar and restaurant in the borough market area. >> i told the customers, i said everyone to the back getting ready for the showdown. i literally turned around and there were three men standing there one with a machete. >> i'm appalled and if furious that these cowardly terrorists targeted innocent londoners. >> prime minister teresa may is holding an emergency meeting with her cabinet. all political parties will not
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campaign one day ahead of thursday's election. the attack comes two wakes after the manchester bombing that claimed 22 lives. victims of the manchester suicide bombing will be honored with a benefit show. grand demand is hosting katie perry and cold play and miley cyrus in a one love manchester concert, but the tribute is happening around the world. ♪ a concert in center city celebrating the wannamaker organ remembered the 22 people who died and the people who were hurt in manchester. we'll air the one love
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manchester concert at 12:00 a.m. 24-year-old shawn yarbrea came to the police station with his stepfather and lawyer after police released his photo in connection with the stabbing of david oh. >> at this juncture he denies all the allegations. >> reporter: off camera his stepfather said this is a case of mistaken identity and his son has nothing to do with the crime. he faces charge of attempted robbery and murder after oh was stabbed in front of his home on thomas avenue wednesday night. we caught up with councilman oh outside his west philadelphia home where friends were stopping by to say hello relieved the suspect was in custody. >> i'm glad he turned himself
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in, that means nobody got hurt and he is cooperating, number two, that the public is safer. >> reporter: oh said he spent a significant amount of time looking at and talking to the suspect and picked his photograph out of the lineup. >> when i saw this photograph i said that's him. >> reporter: we spoke with his neighbor who saw the attack happening and scared off the suspect. he said this latest development is a relief. >> it could be me, i'm a foster parent of five, i'm a single parent. i come home late, i don't want anybody coming up on me like that. >> reporter: councilman oh said he has made appearances at multiple events days after having emergency surgery. trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> 7:36 a.m. police in delaware county trying to determine how a toddler was able to get his hands on a loaded gun. that child accidently shot himself to death. police say the two-year-old boy
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found the handgun under a bed yesterday in the home on the corner of bethel and green streets in chester township. the child died after shooting himself while playing with the gun. dozens of family and friends gathered outside while police took bags of evidence from the home. township leaders say they are in disbelief. >> i can't believe that a gun would be accessible to a 2-year-old. from i'm being told the gun was under the bed. i can't believe that a child would gain access to a gun under a bed. >> so far there is no word if there will be any charges filed in the shooting. >> a woman who was driving a car that crashed into a popular dewey beach restaurant has been ordered to pay $241,000. the crash ignited a fire that destroyed the business. 37-year-old michelle small of wyoming, delaware was sentenced on friday. she pleaded guilty to driving under the influence. she was speeding when she lost
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control of the car. in addition to paying $241,000 she'll serve two years of probation. this morning, bill maher is facing major backlash and criticism. he as apologized for using a racial slur on his program. he joked bill maher should visit nebraska and work in the fields. he said he was a house "n" word. he said it was offensive and sorry. hbo said it was inexcusable and tasteless. president trump is looking to overhaul the roads and bridges.
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he ask cities and states to shoulder more of the cost for mixing the roads and bridges. the infrastructure and overhaul has been a key item on the agenda. mike pence said president trump will deliver on his economic promises. mike pence was at the annual roast and ride gop event and got on a motorcycle himself while there. there were protests in various locations against the flynn strayings, the march for truth called for a full investigation into it is russia scandal and the president's business dealings. >> much more to come on "action news" sunday morning, an award winning musical set in pennsylvania is taking the stage here in philadelphia. 6abc loves the arts has the he from view. >> kids health matters held up a of scoliosis. >> we had the nicest day
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yesterday, we rode our bikes spruce river park, we we bet to the greek festival and had the best food. there were a lot of "action news" viewers there. >> reporter: today will be as guamly as nice as yesterday. yesterday we started out with
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rain and today it's full sun. going live, the action cam, cooper river park over the bridge there you can see it's a nice morning. not a breath of air, look at how still the river is. nothing going on, a couple of ripples, right, the official wind speed in philadelphia, is zero. it's nice and quiet and comfortable out there this morning. you should enjoy a full morning of sunshine before the clouds roll in later this afternoon. radar is clear today unless you're in the lehigh valley and the poconos. there could showers developing up there later this afternoon. philadelphia the immediate surrounding suburbs you'll be dry. 61 degrees, dewpoint, 53. pressure holding steady at 30.02. 51 in allentown. cape may 64. 60 is the number for wilmington and dover. you can see how quiet it is out there this morning. everybody basically recording zero as far as winds speeds are concerned. wilmington, five and dover 3 miles per hour.
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satellite and radar now we're watching several systems over the next 48 hours, this is the first one, the secondary low will be developing this afternoon in eastern kentucky, a third front right up here, barely on the screen that will drop in during afternoon tomorrow. each one is very, very small, so its exact track will ultimately determine happens around here. this drop down far enough to the south brushing the lehigh valley and the poconos today. philadelphia and immediate surrounding suburbs will steer clear of that. in the overnight hours, we keep the clouds in place. this model runs the low over the virginia capes. several others bring it over south jersey and delaware, again it's all about where the track is, how far north this one lifts. let's assume for a second, south jersey and delaware miss out on that one, the third one drops in the tomorrow afternoon and everybody gets into the act
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tomorrow afternoon. it's that front that could touch off a round to strong to severe thunderstorms late in the day. here's the close-up shot on future tracker 6. 3:30 p.m. poconos getting wet, the lehigh valley a couple of showers, as well. this model new jersey and delaware don't see anything clouds throughout the area. tomorrow afternoon, the clouds blossom they form a broken squall line that push north to south, northern suburbs first, philadelphia 7:00 p.m., into south jersey by 9:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. the biggest threats heavy drenching downpours and cloudy to grounds lightning tryings and some of the storms could produce gusts 50 to 55 miles per hour. rainfall totals half inch to as much as two inches if you get under beneath the downpours. philadelphia immediate surrounding area, high temperatures, close to 80 degrees.
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jersey shore, sun and clouds, highs around 70. overnights tonight, mostly cloudy showers around, lows are nice and mild, 66 in philadelphia. 60 in allentown. cape may, 67. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, for tomorrow mostly cloudy skies, showers possible during the morning, the broken line of storms arrive in the afternoon. 76. there will be a couple of dry hours in between there. the whole day is not a wash. tuesday, clothed, leftover showers, 69. wednesday, clouds and sun, cooler day, look at that high it's june. 67. thursday, 72. friday, 75. saturday, 80. sunday, 83, 84, monday close to 90. getting back on track. >> thanks, chris. for all of us have a little curve in our spines, when the curve becomes severe it's scoliosis. when it happens in children it
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could cause physical and emotional problems. >> reporter: annie was just 6 when her aunt noticed her back didn't look straight. after getting check by doctors, they got the news. you need a brace that was it. >> reporter: dr. jack flynn at the children's hospital in philadelphia showed x-rays showed two serious curves in annie's spine 58 and 40 degrees. there could be a variety of causes and tends to be genetic, but 80% of the time there's no known trigger. appears between 8 and ten years of age. it happen as often in boys as girls. >> girls curves are likely to get bigger. >> reporter: severe ones like annie might normally meant surgery. >> you're looking at a half dozen operations at least. >> reporter: so doctor flynn
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recommended a back brace first. braces usually go from shoulder to hip and should be worn 16 or more hours a day including during sleep, but getting comfortable can be tough. >> you go on your side with your hands so they don't get caught under your braces. >> reporter: some girls are self conscience that their their braces can be seen through clothing. the dedication to the brace has worked. the brace is off for sports including her new found love of golf and through her experience she met another scoliossi veteran, pro golf champion tracy lewis. ali gorman channel 6 "action news."
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7:50 a.m., broadway philadelphia is bringing a tony award winner for best musical to town. karen rogers has this week's 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: named best musical in 2015 based on the graphic memoir of the same name. it's a story about a woman from a small town in pennsylvania unlocking the secrets of her family. allison bechtal wrote the story. it's about her own live. >> it's about coming of age and her homosexuality, it's about her home appear father. it was named best book of 2006. when the music debuted on broadway 2015 it won five tony
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awards. it's the first broadway production to feature a lesbian protagonist. >> it's about finding love and understanding about within your family and yourself. >> reporter: the song string of cheese represents allison's point ever discovery. >> it's like a monologue about seeing someone and having that spark inside wow that's me, or that's what i think i am. >> >> reporter: her character is played by miss america 1998. >> appeared on broadway in cabaret and legally blonde. we're excited she'll be here for the tour. >> it's about love and acceptance and that's something i think everyone can relate to. >> reporter: it runs june 13 through the 18th. for 6abc loves the arts, i'm
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karen rogers. >> it's story time for please touch museum. a new exhibit invites visitors into the world of seven classic children's book, the tale of peter rabbit and the snowy day. all exhibits are by bilingual in english and spanish. the exhibit runs through september 10.
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to the dark money that poisons our politics. i'll be nobody's governor but yours. twenty more years of this my kids say go for it, mom. be that woman who does what she loves. knows what she wants. yeah, mom's gonna go for it! except... i don't have a clue where to start. hey we hear you. that's why aarp has resources to help you navigate the job market. we'll connect you with employers that value your experience and provide tips and tools to find work you love. if you don't think "this is right for me" when you think aarp, then you don't know "aarp". get to know us at aarp.org/possibilities. outside, and tomorrow everything goes downhill. the timing works out perfectly. today, down the jersey shore, perfect day, 72 degrees on the sand, the sea breeze knocks you down into the mid 60s later
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on. poconos, wet and damp later on. the rain could push as far as south as the northern lehigh valley. that arrives 2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m. here's the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, monday mostly cloudy, showers and storms 76. tuesday, more clouds, leftover showers, 69. wednesday cloudy, sun, but chilly, highs in the 60s. >> it is 7:56 we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> here's dan harris with a look ahead. >> reporter: gray and nydia good morning, we're covering the news out of england a vehicle slammed into a crowd on the london bridge. suspect stabbed stabbed people at a nearby market. this comes two week after the horrific attack at the ariana grande concert in manchester where she is scheduled to perform an memorial concert
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tonight. we have a panel of experts to discuss the security ramifications here at home. that's coming up on "g.m.a." we'll see you soon. >> "good morning america" weekend is next on "action -- ol 6. "action news" continues later this morning. a bag with bling and yearlong wait list. we have details on a handbag with real gold and diamonds and how long you have to wait to get one. plus chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, for gray hall, chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han. have a great sunday! we'll see you back here at 9:00 a.m. we salute the triers, the fliers...
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and those who find their heart's desires. there's a little klutz in all of us. that's why we made clorox splash-less bleach... splashless. shine on, klutzes. shine on. donald tmeet phil murphy,by former goldman sachs bankers. another wall street banker running for governor, whose firm helped trigger the financial meltdown that put millions out of work and out of their homes. murphy's trying to buy the election, paying off new jersey bosses. my name's john wisniewski, and i'm running for governor of new jersey. john wisniewski, the son of a millwright, who uncovered the bridgegate scandal and exposed chris christie's corruption. the choice -- insider wall street politics or main street, new jersey, values. one hero was on a mission to pasave snack time., watch babybel in the great snack rescue. you want a piece of me? good, i'm delicious. creamy, delicious, 100% natural cheese.
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mini babybel. snack a little bigger. good morning, america. and breaking this morning. terror in london. [ screaming ] >> a speeding van plowing into a crowd on london bridge. slamming into pedestrians. minutes later, the armed assailants, one wearing a fake explosive vest, getting out and stabbing dozens at a nearby market. >> down! down! >> police rushing to the scene. killing three suspects. meanwhile, chaos in the streets. >> it was mass panic. >> witnesses describing fear and confusion as people ran for safety. >> we're safe now. >> we just heard gunshots. we heard a lot of crashes. >> i could not do nothing. >> this morning, the uk strong and defiant. police now declaring the the incident an act of terrorism.

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