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can land in three months. >> plus, the man accused of stabbing a philadelphia councilman is awaiting a court appearance on attempted murder charges. it's a gorgeous finish to the weekend, prepare for more showers as you gin the workweek. meteorologist chris sowers is here with a look at accuweather, nice today. >> reporter: that's the familiar theme around here, more showers and thunderstorms in the forecast, especially tomorrow and tuesday. let's get you down to cape may, they are seeing sunshine and beautiful morning slightest breeze out of the south, temperatures in time mid 60s. everybody else seeing increasing clouds from the west. 59 in quakertown. quakertown dropped down to 40 degrees first thing this morning. lake harmony, 36. wow that's chilly for the month of june. 59 in malvern. 64 in media. glassboro, sewell, same thing. cinnaminson, 65. hammonton, 67.
cape may, nice and comfortable on the water. 70 degrees, tuckahoe, 67. clouds on the increase from the northwest in advance of the next system that we're watching which is in the form of showers and thunderstorms. this is a quick-moving area of low pressure the trailing cold front it is moving due east most of it misses us to the north. how much, the northern lehigh valley and the poconos, this could come far enough south to clip you guys. the immediate philadelphia area stays dry, if the poconos lehigh valley bring along the umbrella to be safe. could be showers or brief period of rain. the call from accuweather, increasing clouds, warmer day high of 82. when i come back we'll time everything out for you on future tracker 6 and talk about strong to severe storms tomorrow coming up in ten minutes. >> now to the latest on the developing news we've been following all morning. seven people were killed in
another terror attack in london. this is the third attack in england since march. the terrorists targeted a popular tourist area, the flag is flying at half staff in honor of the seven people who were killed in the attack. another 48 people were injured. abc's from london has details about the attack. >> reporter: this is the third terror attack since mar. march, it started on the london bridge and ended in the borough market. a saturday night stroll on london bridge turned into mayhem and murder as a van plowed persons. police and ambulance workers swarming the scene. witnesses describing a chaotic disaster zone. >> once they crashed the van
three men got out they were apparently armed with long knives. >> the suspect left the vehicle attempting to stab a number of people. >> reporter: people ordered to evacuate. police asking radio stations to tell those in the area run and hide. word came from nearby borough market of the knife attack. >> they yelled allah and stabbed a girl ten times maybe 15 times. >> they responded quickly and bravely confronted the three individuals and shot them and they are dead. >> reporter: the attackers were wearing what looked like deploysive vests, but they were -- explosive vests, but they were not real. >> we're facing a new athlete as terrorism breeds terrorism and perpetrators are inspired to
attack. >> reporter: president trump tweeting whatever the united states can do to help out in london and the uk we'll be there. we are with you, god bless. president trump said this is another reason for the controversial travel ban, he said we need to be smart, vigilant and tougher. >> the philadelphia police department said it is staying vigilant following the terror attacks in london. they issued this statement last night. it reads we are continuing to monitor the situation in london. as always we'll collaborate with our local state and federal partners to insure the safety of our citizens. >> the attacks came one day before ariana grande's benefit concert tonight for the victims in the manchester concert. ariana grande said the benefit will go on as planned. after hearing about the new attacks, grande sent this tweet praying for london. yesterday she visited the young victims injured in the
manchester attack. security is in place ahead of the show to protect the 130,000 people expected at the one love manchester concert. you can see the highlights from the one love manchester concert on 6abc. the one hour special will air tonight following the nba finals the late edition of "action news" at 11:00 p.m. and "action news" sports sunday. >> 9:05 a.m. schuylkill expressway is open after a bad crash in the westbound lanes between belmont and gladwyn. the car overturned in the crash. so authorities shut down the road for nearly two hours, no word on the injuries from the crash. the highway reopened at 7:30 a.m. police in delaware county are trying to determine how a toddler was able to access a loaded gun and accidental shoot himself. price say the 2-year-old boy
found a handgun under a bed on the home on the corner of bethel and green street in chester township. the boy died after shooting himself while playing with the gun. dozens gathered outside was police took bags of evidence from the home. township officials were in disbelief. >> i can't believe that a gun would be accessible to a 2-year-old, from i'm told the gun was under the bed. i can't believe that a child would be able to gain access to a gun under a bed. >> there is no word if there will be any charges in the shooting. >> the man arrested in the stabbing of a philadelphia city councilman last week is expected to face a judge on attempted murder charges at any moment. "action news" was right there as 24-year-old john yarbreau turned himself into authorities yesterday morning accused of attacking david oh outside his home on thursday night. oh picked him out out of a photo
lineup before the arrest was made. >> when i saw this forecast i said that's him. i'm glad he turned himself in, that means nobody got hurt and he is cooperating and number two, the public is safer. >> councilman oh is making a quick recovery. he returned to public events just days after the stabbing. trial is set to begin tomorrow for bill cosby. it will takes place in norristown, montgomery county. cosby is accused of sexually assaulting andrea constan when she worked form on the woman's basketball team at temple university. constan said he drugged her in 2004. he said the sex was consensual. oh, oh, consental. -- 42 sirens
within a ten mile radius of the oyster creek generating station in forked river will undergo a test on tuesday, it comes week after coding problems at another plant in salem county mistakenly caused a test emergency alert to be broadcast on tvs across the area. the powerball jackpot has ballooned to a whopping $375 million. there were no winners in the last night's drawing. that was worth $337 million. if you missed the winning numbers, 3, 9, 21, 41, 54, the powerball 25. the next drawing will be on wednesday. you can see the winning numbers on "action news" at 11:00 p.m. one day i'll win it. 9:08 a.m. there's a call for people to be tested for hepatitis c in the delaware valley.
we have details on who is being encouraged and why. >> thinking of buying a new car, we'll help you buy the right record -- vehicle at the right price. a plane ends up in the mud after running off the airport in the lonestar state this weekend. outside we go, chester, delaware county, tracking a little rain today, yesterday, rain, but not a washout we'll have more when we come right back. (vo) shop all makes, models and colors in your neighborhood...
loud bang my fiance was up getting ready for work, it was like oh, my gosh. >> residents at a kent washington apartment complex when a car sent a carport crashing. one car struck another sending the second car into the pillars holding up the carport. the roof came tumbling down. no injuries reportedded. -- reported. flights were suspended at san antonio airport when a plane veered off the runway and got stuck in the mud. no injuries were reported flights continued 4 hours later. it was a first for space x, the company launched a recycled
cargo ship. the unmanned falcon rocket lifted off from the florida space center with a dragon capsule that made a delivery three years ago. it will be the first running craft since the retired shuttle. the shipment includes mice and flies for research. >> meteorologist chris sowers tracking the forecast with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, ardythe ardythe -- ane weather as is a beautiful as nydia looks. >> reporter: he is a smooth one. >> you're so nice. >> reporter: there's the view live on sky6 live hd looking at the camden water, the battleship new jersey we have clouds rolling in, the sunshine that we saw this morning is quickly beginning to fade, but we won't see any showers or thunderstorms at least in the philadelphia area today that's what we're thinking at this point. north and west, you get into the lehigh valley and the poconos, the system that's dropping down from the north could be close
enough to brush you later on, we think the immediate philadelphia area will be dry. temperatures take a look at the numbers, beginning of june, the poconos, lake harmony down to 36 degrees this morning. quakertown, 40. hammonton, morning low 47. glassboro, 48. smyrna, 52 degrees, we're rebounding now with the sunshine, but that's mighty chilly. 68 degrees with a dewpoint of 50. the air is nice and dry. there's no humidity out there. pressure 30.03 inches holding stealed. the winds out of the east at 5 miles per hour. 68 in philadelphia. 71 in dover. not bad if you're heading down there for the races today. looks like a good one. sun and clouds temperatures in the low 80s. bringing, 67 trenton, 65. we're watching this storm due east center of low pressure west to east across the northern tier states, it will brush the
pennsylvania state line from the state college to the lehigh valley right in the poconos that's as far south as that will go later this afternoon. south of that line you stay dry. north of there you pick up showers later on. nothing too heavy, but don't be surprised if maybe the poconos get into a brief period of rain later this afternoon. so this is 2:30 p.m. increasing clouds for everybody else, 6:00 p.m., everybody is seeing cloudy skies and peeks of sun. the lehigh valley and the poconos maybe still a few leftover showers, overnight tonight showers around for just about everybody. otherwise, lots of clouds, tomorrow morning, the modeling starts us out with a lot of the clouds we'll see showers build during the the afternoon. that transitions over to heavy thunderstorms. some of the storms could be on the onry side. could be strong hail.
during the evening hours the line collapsed, this is cold front, as that collapses we could see more showers and gusts of winds and small hail. increasing clouds and warmer, it's a quiet day around the delaware and the lehigh valleys. 82 degrees forecasted high with winds out of the south at 5 to 15 miles per hour. lehigh valley in the poconos could be showers up there later on. the day planner 11:00 a.m., 73. 1:00 p.m., 78. 3:00 p.m., 80 degrees, at that point we're mostly cloudy with he's of sun. poconos that's the travel trouble spot in and around our area. mostly cloudy with rain developing at least a few showers later on. 65 degrees is the forecasted high in the mountains. for the jersey shore, it actually looks very nice, partly sunny skies, 73 for the high on the sand. 72 give or take, the wave action nice and light waves 2 to 3 feet and low risk of rip currents. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, increasing clouds today, 82 degrees, again
maybe a shower or two in the lehigh valley or the poconos. monday more clouds stronger afternoon thunderstorms, 76. tuesday and wednesday, chilly, we have an upper level low on top of us, lots of clouds, highs in the 60s. thursday and friday, 72, 75. >> 60s. >> reporter: we opened pool ever since we opened the pool we don't have any weather to jump in the pool. >> gray and i will be over. >> reporter: you're welcome whatever you want to come over. >> we need to meet murphy. >> the zoo in belgium welcomed the collection of new exotic animals. they won't need any feeding because they are made of legos, they have been installed around the park as part of a new exhibition there are 24 of these lego statues. they look good, don't they
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morning, delaware is stepping up the nationwide effort to get baby boomers tested for hepatitis c. people born between 1945 and 1965. it attacks the liver, but most people don't have initial symptoms and don't know they are infected. it can lead to liver cancer and failure, but can be treated with medication. your obsession with checking your text or e-mails could have a negative impact on your child's behavior. researchers surveyed 170 families with young children. they found kids are more likely to have behavior problems when their parents are distracted by technology during play time. only 11% said the technology never interrupted family time. a local family is sharing their story hoping to raise awareness about stroke. >> the message is that it can happen to anyone at any time at
at any age. ali gorman has the details. >> reporter: 11-year-old evan boxily plays piano for fun now, but it used to be for therapy to help him regain hand movement following a stroke. three years ago he developed bad headaches, but tests didn't show any problems. >> so they started to treat him as a migraine sufferer. >> reporter: one day ianna was about to take him to the doctor for a stomach virus. things got worse. he stopped talking and stopped walking. >> reporter: doctors determined he had a stroke. >> i never would have thought that children had a stroke. >> reporter: after open heart surgery to remove the tumor, evan was on the road to recovery. >> i had to learn to walk
again, balance, and talk. >> there were some hiccups however, mini strokes caused by microscopic blood clots. >> we can't go to water parks, amusement rides that are rigorous, are off limits. >> reporter: so are contact sports, but evan runs track and enjoys pool and bowling with his dad. he is gearing up for his dream profession. >> i want to be a veterinarian. >> reporter: evan is trying to get the word out on stroke prevention. the sign of stroke in kids and teenager is mostly the same as adults such as sudden weakness or numbness or vision or speech problems, they can have other
symptoms such as memory loss and difficult with school work or behavioral changes. ali gorman channel 6 "action news." 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.
back everyone, 9:25 a.m., sunday morning, we'll start you out with satellite and radar and radar. this will swing through today and clouds for everybody and produces a shower or storm in the poconos. that counter clockwise swirl that area of low pressure becomes cut off and sits over top of us for the beginning of the week. that means the misser -- miserable conditions return. clouds and thunderstorms tomorrow. showers tuesday, a chance of showers on wednesday. turns unsettled in the short term. jersey shore, gorgeous, 72 degrees partly sunny skies, philadelphia, 82 increasing
clouds, dry. poconos lehigh valley, cloudy skies and periods of rain, showers, 65 degrees. >> gray? >> thank you for the update. if you're in the market to buy a car soon there are a few things you need to consider before you sign on the dotted line. do your homework know the incentives and rebates before your car arrives. kelly blue book is a great place to start your research. look at cars being phased out to replace new models they are likely to be offered at a discount. time your visit to the dealership during sales week it might be too busy to get the price you want. soon you won't need a boarding pass to fly jet blue, you will just need your face. passengers will step up to the camera and the kiosk with compare it to the passport
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>> developing this morning terror strikes for a third time in england this time on a busy saturday night, more than half a dozen people are dead. here at home a murder victim manages to walk to a pizza shop in west philadelphia before succumbing to his injuries. get out and enjoy the beautiful weather, it's sunny and gorgeous end to our weekend.
outside we go to chris sowers with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. it looks hazy, chris. >> reporter: it's cloudy, unfortunately. started out with sunshine an hour and a half ago, it was completely sunny and now it's completely cloudy. that's in advance of the next system heading this way. it could bring showers to the poconos and lehigh valley. malvern, 62. warminster, 65 every location you see here started out in the upper 40s this morning. it was really, really chilly first thing. center city, 68. newtown, 62 on the other side of the delaware river, glassboro, 69. cinnaminson, 67. hammonton, 70. fortescue, 65. here come the clouds in advance of the next system that's dropping down from the northwest most of this should pass us by to the north. a couple of showers could be close enough to where they brush the lehigh valley and the poconos this afternoon.
here's a close up shot. we can see thunderstorms developing in western pennsylvania near punxsutawney and brad for. all moving due east. if you live in wilks-berre, you will see rain. poconos showers, lehigh valley showers, points south and east, dry. day planner looks like, 68 degrees, mostly cloudy. 1:00 p.m., 78. #3:00 p.m., 80 degrees cloudy skies. not a bad finish to the weekend. the wet weather returns that will stick around tuesday and wednesday, as well. i'll have the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> thank you so much for the update. of course this morning we continue to follow new developments in last night's terror attack in london. >> reporter: seven people were killed and 48 hurt by three men who used a van and knives. the attackers wore what police say were fake suicide vests. [yelling]
>> hundreds of were caught up in the attack hidings in bars and restaurants as the three men went on a stabbing spree in the popular borough area. they used a white van to slam into a pedestrians on it is london bridge. the terrorists were shot and killed by police 8 minutes after the assault began. british prime minister teresa may said it's time for tougher methods against the evil ideology. >> it claims our western values of freedom, democracy and human rights, it is in compatible with the religion of islam. it's an ideology that's a per -- per version of islam and the truth. new attacks come one day
before planned benefit concert for the victims in a celebrate attack. in that incident fans were leaving the ariana grande concert in manchester. grand gand said it will not -- ariana grande said it will not deter her plans for the benefit concert and empower her to honor those lost and injured by the suicide bombing that followed her concert on may 22. 22 people were killed. gli stay with "action news" and -- stay with "action news" and 6abc.com for the latest terror attacks in london. >> here at home, a man was able to walk into a west philadelphia pizza shop and ask for help after he was shot overnight. the police are now looking for that man's killer. the 24-year-old was shot in the chest at 4:00 a.m. near the intersection of 56th and market. after the man was shot he managed to walk to the train station pizza shop where he
asked for help. a worker drove him to a nearby firehouse where medics rushed him to penn presbyterian hospital. the man later died from his injuries. in the tioga nicetown section of philadelphia. police are looking for a gunman who shot a man in the face. the victim was walking down the street at the time of the crime. police were called to the 2600 block of west toronto street at 11:45 p.m. that's where they found the 21-year-old man suffering from injuries on the left side of his face and shoulder. he was rushed to temple university hospital in critical condition. >> 9:34 a.m., happening this morning, a man accused of stabbing a philadelphia councilman outside his home is in jail and expected to make a court appearance on attempted murder charges. >> the suspect turn himself into authorities hours after police identified him. trish hartman talked to councilman david oh county suspect's stepfather. >> the 18-year-old came to the
police station with his stepfather and the lawyer. >> he denies all allegations. >> reporter: off camera, his stepfather sated this is a case of mistaken identity his stepson had nothing to do with the crime. he faces charges of attempted robbery and murder after oh was stabbed in front of his home in the 5800 block of thomas satisfy wednesday night. >> i was so worried about you. >> reporter: we caught up with councilman oh outside his southwest philadelphia home where friends were stopping by to say hello. >> one i'm glad he turned himself in, that means nobody got hurt and that he is cooperating. number two, that the public is safer. >> reporter: oh, h said he spent a significant amount of time looking at and talking to suspects when he picked ut-oh the photo from the lineup. >> i say that's it. >> we spoke with his neighbor who saw the attack happening and
scared off the suspect. he said this latest development is a relief. >> i'm a foster parent of five, i come home late, i don't want anybody coming up on me like that. >> reporter: councilman oh said he is feeling well and made appearances at multiple events this weekend days after having emergency surgery. reporting in west philadelphia, trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> a funeral is set for tomorrow for new jersey police officer killed in a car crash on his way to work. flags across the garden state will fly as half staff format that youno. -- matt tarintion who was killed when another car came across the median.
37-year-old michelle small of wyoming, delaware, pleaded guilty in april to driving under the influence. police say she was speeding when she lost control of the car and plowed into ed's chicken and crabs and severed a propane line. she will also serve two years probation. president trump supporters rallied at the white house to show support forthwith for the withdrawal of the paris climate agreement. he said i was elected to represent the citizens of pittsburgh not paris. president trump under supporters to attends the event. this week former fbi director james comey is set to testify before the intelligence committee. it is expected to talk about the
probe and possible ties with the russians county trump campaign. executive privilege could be invoked by trump that would with hold information from congress. students received their diplomas, commencement was held at valley forge militaries academy, h.r.mcmaster told the graduates one of the best way to become a good leader is to pay close attention to all those around you. >> you see cadets who are often times thrust into roles of leadership before they are fully mature you see examples of positive leadership and you see some exampleses of negative leadership you learn from that. general mcmaster is from philadelphia, he graduated from the valley forge military academy back in 1980.
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atlantic. >> let's get you caught up on the forecast. it's kind of cloudy. we're okay here, but farther to the north an lehigh valley and the poconos there could showers developing up there, but in the meantime look at the sun glissenning down on the beach. folks on the sand in cape may. you have mostly sunny skies down the jersey shore, even there you will see the clouds on the increase over the next couple of hours. not a bad day, but not as sunny as you may have liked to see here. flip it over to the radars, here's the showers pottstown, poconos, lehigh valley all right right now, but after lunch that's when the showers could arrive. 82 degrees is the high temperature what we're shooting for today. two degrees above the seasonal average of 80. started out at 56 the normal low is 60. now we jumped up to 68 with the sunshine. dover, 73. millville, 68. trenton, 635.
and right there on the water, cape may, 71. brigantine checking in at 67. wind speeds are generally light out of the southeast, but they will shift out of the south/southwest that will increase the humidity for tomorrow. but wind speeds on the light side today, 5 to 15 miles per hour in advance of this system right here. satellite and radar over the last couple of frames you can see the cloud tops blow off in advance of this, cloudy skies first, the showers and thunderstorms move in later. this will be generally north of interstate 78. areas north of that, you have a chance of a showers and thunderstorms later on. everybody's, though, we're looking okay. here's future tracker 6, 2:30, showers in the lehigh valley and the poconos. everybody else we're looking at mainly clouds, later this afternoon, same thing overnight tonight, a couple of showers possible for most locations, just one or two, it's not a wash. tomorrow morning we start out with clouds, note the winds direction shifting out of the southwest.
you'll notice the increase in the humidity, and that will lead to this later monday afternoon. we start seeing the pop-up showers and thunderstorms with the humidity creeping up like that we are expecting drenching downpours to develop here and maybe a good gust of wind. we could see wind gusts 50 to 06 miles per hour with some of the thunderstorms that develop tomorrow late in the day. especially during the evening with the front. as that collapse to the south, that will trigger a couple of hefty thunderstorms. tuesday and wednesday, the upper level low sits overtop us, a lot of clouds and cooler temperatures in the 60s. 82 degrees feeling like june. 80 in wilmington, 80 in lancaster. millville, dover, 83. 72 is the number for the jersey shore. dover for the races looking good, sun and clouds, warm, 11:00 a.m., 73. 4:00 p.m., 80 degrees, dover shooting for a high of 83. jersey shore, 72 degrees in
atlantic city on the sand. ocean city, same temperature. cape may, 72, 73. warmer for the delaware beaches. mid 70s. >> reporter: 77 in bethany beach and rehoboth beach. overnight cloudy and showers around not a wash, very, very mild temperatures in the mid 60s. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, turning unsettled this week, 82 degrees increasing clouds today. maybe a shower or two for the lehigh valley and the poconos. maybe heavy thunderstorms tomorrow with a high of 76 and tuesday and wednesday, blah, thursday and friday looking better, saturday, sunshine heist in heist -- highs in the 80s. >> you can find the seven-day forecast and live look at storm tracker 6 live double scan radar at 6abc.com/weather. >> 9:45 a.m., it was a homecoming for philadelphia
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>> turning to sports, the phillies wrap up their series against the giants at the bank this afternoon of. >> plus, race car drivers will be revving their engines at the dover speedway. here's jeff skeverski with all your sunday morning sports. >> reporter: ins he -- since hes a little kid he wrote down he wanted to be a professional baseball player and the phillies are happy it came to fruition yesterday. ben lively making his debut against the giants, whoops, the
phillies starter twirls around that's a balk. the runner scores in the second. the only one he allows. he goes seven and gives up four hits, no strikeouts. behind lively the phillies are breaking bad in the 7th. freddie galvis rbi single. they are not done. bases clearing triple. the little bull comes up big ties his career high with 3rbis and lively is crossing his finger in the 9th as the phils bullpen nearly belows a lead in the 9th. fills fills win 5-3 the first since last saturday. his mom starts tearing up. he calls her a cry baby, come on kid this feels great. >> needless to say lively is y favorite pitcher. he did a heck of a good job. he showed no fear.
>> i didn't have any strikeouts couldn't strike out nigh sister, but put the ball on the ground i'll keep doing that and keep going with it. >> reporter: it is race weekend at the monster mile in dover, delaware. the triple a drive for autism at 1:00 p.m. today. jimmy johnson, 14th. pole setter, kyle bush after second place finish a week ago. martin trux, the local favorite to face raying on his home track. >> winning is huge everywhere. here it's extra special because i have more friends and family at this race than any race i go to. it's special for me here to win, it's hard anywhere, and it is
special anywhere, but here is a little bit sweeter. >> truex junior among the favorites today. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a great day. >> it is 9:57, most women not all love a good handbag, the saying goes diamonds are a girl's best friend. those two combined make for that right there. it sold $377,000 atmosphere auction. what does it do for that amount of money? it features 18karat right gold and diamonds when christy's sold it last week, the shattered records for handbag, it is estimated that one or two bags is made every year, there's a 6 year waiting list, waiting list to buy one. $377,000 for a bag. >> who are these people? >> i don't know, i would like
for them to be my friend you know? >> no matter how much money i have i would not pay that much for it i'm about saving money. much more to come on this sunday morning edition of "action news." we go underwater to take a look at the rescue mission happening on it is owing floor. >> 377,000. it's a tweet that caused a commotion, now you can remember it with some memorabilia. meteorologist chris sowers will have a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast we'll be right back.
>> good morning 10:00 a.m., sunday, june 4. in the news, developing news, london is on alert after a deadly attack on a popular tourist area. it is the third terrorist attack on england in three months. a man accused of stabbing a philadelphia councilman is waiting his court appearance on attempted murder charges. outside we go, a nice end to the weekend, prepare for showers as you begin the workweek. >> what did you say the technical term was for this, blah blah blah? >> reporter: as a matter of fact i'm going to change the seven day, blah blah blah, one thing thing you can't say we haven't
had a spring. temperatures have been nice and comfortable all spring long here. we had a nice spring temperature-wise, we're stuck in the pattern where we get rainstorms. warminster, 66. bethlehem, 61. lake harmony, after a morning low of 36 you're up 58. glassglassboro, 69. fortescue, 71. thunderstorms out here to the west, just east of bradford and punxsutawney all sliding east at 35 miles per hour. it's far enough to the south to clip the lehigh valley and the poconos later this afternoon. most of this will stay north of interstate 78. some locations like upper bucks county the northern portions of berks county could see a shower late in the day. the immediate philadelphia area looks like you'll be clear of that. increasing clouds that's the
call from accuweather. it's warmer high of 82. guys? >> thank you. now for the latest on our developing news we've been following all morning, seven people have been killed not terror attack in -- in another terror attack in london. 1 2 people have been arrested. this morning the flag at ten downing street is flying at half staff in on of the seven killed in the attack. 48 people were injured. we have the details on the attack. >> reporter: gray and nydia this was the third terror attack in the uk since march started on the london bridge not far from where i'm standing and ending on the borough market two busy attractions especially on saturday night. 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 tweeting the photo of the craft. people trying to give aid to the injured. police and ambulance workers swarming the scene. witnesses describing a chaotic disaster zone. >> once they crashed the van, three men got out and apparently armed with long knives. >> the suspects left the vehicle attempting to stab a number of people. >> reporter: people ordered to evacuate. >> get moving. >> reporter: police asking radio stations to tell those in the area run and hide. word came from borough market of the knife attack. >> they allah and said stabbed the girl ten times, maybe 15 times. heaferl armed -- heavily armed police gunned down the suspects. >> they shot them dead. >> reporter: the attackers were wearing what looked like
explosive vests they were not real. >> we believe we are experiencing a new trend in the threat we face. terrorism breeds terrorism and perpetrators are inspired to attack. >> reporter: president trump tweeting whatever the united states can do to help out in london and the uk we'll be there, we are with you, god bless. president trump tweeting this is another reason for his controversial travel ban, he said we need to be smart, vigilant and tough. in london, channel 6 "action news." >> philadelphia police department said it is staying vigilant following the terror attacks in london. it reads we continuing to monitor the situation in london. as always well collaborate with our federal state and local police department to ensure the safety of our citizens. ariana grande is hosting a
benefit for the victims from manchester attack. the singer spent yesterday visiting young victims injured in the manchester attack. authorities have launched a massive security operation in manchester to protect the 130,000 people expected at the one love manchester concert. abc will bring you the entire concert at 2:00 p.m. on our free form channel. you can see the highlights right here on 6abc one hour special will air late tonight follows the nba finals late edition of "action news" at 11:00 p.m. and "action news" sports sunday. time 10:05 an update to a story earlier this morning, the schuylkill expressway has reopened after a bad crash. the accident was after 6:00 a.m. in the westbound lanes between belmont avenue and gladwyn exits. we're told a car overturned in the crash. so authorities completely shut down the roads for nearly two hours, there's word about injuries from the crash.
highway reopened at 7:30. >> police in delaware county are trying to determine how a toddler was trying to access a loaded gun and shoot himself. police say the 2-year-old found a handgun under a bed yesterday on home on the corner of bethel and green street in chester township. the boy died after shooting himself while playing with the gun. dozens gathered outside while police took bags of evidence from the home. township officials were in disbelief. >> i can't believe that a gun would be accessible to a 2-year-old. from what i am being told the gun was under the bed, i can't believe a child would gain access to a gun under a bed. >> there is no word if there will be any charges in the shooting. >> the man arrested in the stabbing of a philadelphia city council last week is expected to face a judge on attempted murder
charges at any moment. the 24-year-old turn himself in yesterday morning. he is accused of attacking councilman david oh outside his house on wednesday night. oh picked him out of a photo lineup before the arrest was made. >> when i saw this photograph i said that's him. i'm glad he turned himself in, that means nobody got hurt and he is cooperating. number two, that the public is safer. >> we can report that councilman oh is making a quick recovery returning to public events days after being stabbed outside his home. trial is set to begin tomorrow for bill cosby taking place in norristown, montgomery county. he is accused of sexually assaulting andrea constan who met him at temple university. she said cosby drugdz -- owe drugged and molested her in
2004. he said the contact was consential. amelia young died of cancer on friday, she was the first african-american and first woman to become president and ceo of the pennsylvania convention center authority. governor wolf appointed her as the commissioner of the pennsylvania gaming control board. she is known for her many professional achievements and her heart she helped a lot of people who followed in her footsteps. amelia young was 69 years old. from our new jersey newsroom there's a warning for those in the ocean county area. you may hear the sirens from the oyster creek generating station in forked river will undergo a full volume test for three
minutes, it's scheduled to begin at noon. it comes after coding problems in salem county mistakenly caused a test for emergency alert to be broadcasted across the area. >> the powerball jackpot has ballooned to $3 million. if you are missed the numbers 3, 9, 21, 24, 54, the powerball 25. >> if i win i'll by you a bag. >> thank you. it's an all of ushering not refuse, the movie that kicked off the careers of a number of actors, god father returns to theaters today. we'll tell you about the essential celebration. plus a local police
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greeted him. inside fans will find letters and drawings that were donated by relatives of the late author and illustrator. did you know that today is national cheese day? no joke, chris sowers. if you're enjoying the dairy with your breakfast, cheese omelet. according to the international dairy association the making of cheese dates back 4,000 years. it's not clear who made the first cheese, but it is in big demand, more than one-third of all milk produced in the u.s. alone is made to manufacture cheese and just last week, the governor of wisconsin officially declared cheese the dare -- dairy product of the state. >> i love cheese. >> reporter: i do too.
anything sharp i love it. let's get you outside and show you the view at old city. we've got the clouds rolling in quickly. we started out with sunshine first thing this morning now we're seeing mainly cloudy conditions, it will stay that way the rest of the morning and afternoon. a couple of us could see showers later on. mainly north of interstate 78 which is about here, from the lehigh valley county poconos northward we have a threat of showers, everybody else looks like we'll stay dry. temperatures this morning, poconos all the way down to 36 degrees. you were just four degrees above the freezing mark of 32 and we're in june. quakertown, 40. glass borough, 48. smyrna, 52 degrees. with the sun we had this morning, temperatures are starting to rebound. this didn't feel like the months of june first thing this morning. 59 in philadelphia. dewpoint 51. the winds are out of the south at 5 miles per hour. the ocean temperature is chilly, sitting at 63 degrees, 71 at the shore. millville, 71.
dover, 75. everything looks nice and quite for the race later this afternoon in dover. philadelphia, 69. reading, 62. allentown, 62. poconos 58. our severe weather today actually stays to the west it's the northern portions of the ohio valley east of athlete -- toledo doe and northwestern pennsylvania, punxsutawney could see a round of severe weather. that system travels east this afternoon and into the evening hours. it touches off a strong storm or two, it's well north an west and flies over top of us, as we head into monday. storm tracker 6 live we have lightens strikes out there, but what you see is heavier downpours, that's what we're watching this afternoon. a couple of showers for the lehigh valley county poconos later on. everybody else is increasing
clouds with peeks of sun today. overnight tonight there could be a shower around for some of us. monday morning we are starting out with clouds and perhaps a few showers down here to the south. the first thing you will notice on monday, the humidity will increase, the humidity destabilizes the atmosphere. by afternoon we get thunderstorms blossoming, winds up to 50, 55 miles per hour. and torrential don pours indicated by the -- downpours indicated by the reds and the maroons. in the first part of the day we get showers and thunderstorms and in the leaving we get another rounds. thunderstorms could produce winds 50 to 55 miles per hour. technically you need winds of 60 miles per hour to be severe. 82 degrees in philadelphia. increasing clouds and warmer. maybe a shower in allentown and the lehigh valley. 75. trenton, 77. cape may, 72.
the poconos looks wet, lots of clouds, rain, showers, 65. for the jersey shore, that's the good spot today, 63 degrees is the ocean temperature. i don't think many of you are heading in. air temperature, 72 partly sunny and nice, waves nice and calm, two to three feet and low risk of rip currents. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast later this week it turns unsettled. today is a good one, 82 outside the shower threat for the lehigh valley and the poconos. everybody else is dry, monday, mostly cloudy a couple of thunderstorms during the day, some of them on the stronger side, 76. tuesday, clouds and leftover shower, 69. wednesday threat of a shower, 67. thursday, friday, saturday, trying to pull out of it, 72, 75, 80. i keep saying this be careful what you wish for, as soon as the pattern breaks we're in june you know it will turn stifling hot. i kind of like these temperatures. >> i prefer this, as well.
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nearly 50% of the reef has died over the past 18 months. >> basically everything we're seeing here is dead. back in hawaii. >> reporter: she said if we fail to slow global warming, a bigger worry than coral survival will be human survival. matt gutman, abc news. >> it has been called the greatest film of all time, now you can experience the first film in the godfather series on the big screen. it received three oscars, you can see it on the big screen at a number of theaters and wednesday, to celebrate the 45th anniversary. murder on on the orient
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that draws a big crowd. the bed races had hundreds of spectators cheering on the event. proceeds go toward scholarships to help local youth pursue their education. >> to man who never sleeps on the job. meteorologist chris sowers. >> reporter: sometimes you just want to stay in bed, right. here's the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, we'll start out with today. today is not a bad day unless you're in the poconos that's where we could see showers and brief period of rain partly sunny down the jersey shore, 72. 82 in philadelphia. increasing clouds, there's the rain in the mountains, 65. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, so for tomorrow, mostly cloudy skies, it turns more humid you will notice that, 76. there will be strong thunderstorms late in the day.
tuesday, cloudy, cooler day highs in the 60s. showers, wednesday sun, shower threat 67. looks like we pull out of this thursday and friday, 72, 75. accuweather wants to throw this out there, if the upper level low meanders about, even thursday and friday could be affected by that. we're hoping it pulls out by the end of the week. >> 10:26 this week with george stephanopoulos coming up next on 6abc. >> george will have more on the terror attacks in london last night here he is with a preview >> reporter: good morning, coming up on this week, another london terror attack, the third in three months. we'll talk to president obama's susan rice first interview since coming out of the discipline -- administration. james comey will he say
president trump tried to interfere with the russian investigation. and former al gore coming up on this week. >> "action news" continues at noon there's a look at some of the stories we're working on for you. a warning for parents who take their children to the playgrounds. >> a set of quintuplets gets reader for the next chapter in their lives, college. >> for gray hall, chris sowers, and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han, we'll see you back here at noon.
starting right now on "this week" with george stephanopoulos. terror in london. >> keep moving! keep moving! >> a van slamming into pedestrians on london bridge. multiple stabbings. seven dead. many injured. three suspects killed at the scene. >> it was mass panic. >> people running, screaming. >> the latest on this deadly attack from terry moran in london. and our exclusive interview with former national security adviser susan rice. plus, showdown. just four days until the blockbuster hearing. james comey going public on capitol hill. >> we will follow the facts wherever they lead. >> did the president pressure him over the russian investigation? and, will the white house use executive privilege to stop him from telling all?