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>> a pleasant good morning to you, 6:00 a.m., saturday june 10. here's some of the stories we're working on on "action news." a car lands deep in the trees in bucks county. the driver is killed after losing control of the vehicle. the defense will begin presenting its case in the sexual assaults trial of bill cosby. plus, a preview of the dog days of summer. the temperature goes up and with it, the humidity levels. chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast not so good news. 90 for three days. >> reporter: it happens. it was feeling like april for a
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couple of weeks, people were getting upset with that. this is your spot, if you want relief from the heat head to the jersey shore, a nice sea breeze kicks in each day over the weekend and monday and tuesday, as well, that will knock the temperatures down. mid 90s in the city, around 80 for the jersey shore. let's look at the numbers this morning, 65 in philadelphia. allentown, 62. poconos, 61 in millville. cape may, 66. brigantine, 66. satellite and radar we're starting out with clear conditions you can see there's not much going on over new jersey and southeastern pennsylvania, if you look a little farther to the west, right in the center of the screen we have clouds and showers that's a small disturbance pushing through the northern portions of pennsylvania this morning. a couple of showers near kutztown and leesport, all this moving due east encountering dry air over top of us right now. a lot of this will fizzle out. we'll see clouds and maybe a
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shower or two for the lehigh valley and the poconos that should be about it. forecast for philadelphia, the immediate surrounding suburbs, it's a nice day, warmer mixed skies and high clouds and temperatures around 80 degrees. when i come back in just a few minutes we'll talk more about the heat wave on the way. >> with extreme heat on the way use our mobile app to stay informed from tips on how to stay cool to storm tracker 6 live. the of abc app is a free download for your mobile device. the time 6:02 a.m. there's new information to tell you about. state police is investigating whether speed caused a fatal accident in bucks county. a driver lost control look at this on i-95 north near the route 41 and it in langhorne. the vehicle ran up the embankment and rolled on to its roof despite the efforts to make the rescue. the driver could not get out of the vehicle and died at the scene. right now philadelphia police reviewing surveillance video of a fatal shooting by one
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of their officer. david jones of germantown was shot in the back at hunting park and whitiker avenues on thursday. the officer said jones was stopped for driving a motorbike recklessly. jones ignored the officer and he grabbed jones. >> it was a violent encounter, initially. this individual pulls a 9-millimeter out which was fully loaded. the officer and witness warned jones not to pull out the gun, the officer fired hitting him, he began moving away with his back to the officer, that's when the officer shot him again. commissioner ross said jones never fired a shot. a witness said jones never said a word. department policy allows the police to shoot a suspect. commissioner ross hopes the videos provide more context
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about the entire incident. philadelphia police officer williams has been arrested for an incident at a bar while she was off duty. investigators say she pointed a gun at made threats during a confrontation in january on the 4800 block of north broad street. 27-year-old williams, turned herself into authorities yesterday, she has been with the department for seven years. now to the showdown playing out in washington, d.c., president donald trump said he is willing to testify under oath about his conversations he had with the fbi director james comey. the president dodged questions about whether their private exchanges were taped. the house intelligent committee is giving the president's legal team two weeks to handle over any recorded conversation also. the senate judiciary
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committee is asking for memos that comey gave to his friend, comey said the memos shed light oned private talks with president donald trump. he turned it over to a professor so he would share it with a reporter, president trump's legal team is calling for an investigation into comey. >> the defense will begin its case in the bill cosby sexual assault trial on monday, the prosecution rested yesterday. the jury heard more experts -- exerptss. he testified that he stopped using quaahludes. despite his states he would not take the stand in his own defense, a spokesperson said this is a possibility. >> if there's a trial and we have to come up with our counter moves and plan, as well.
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if he does testify he is going to be subject to cross examination, a long cross examination, a cross examination which could potentially open the door to other accusers. >> the trial could wrap up next week, cosby faces up to ten years in prison if he is acquitted. a major reoh, oh, if he is convicted. a green park deck between walnut and chestnut streets would be built over i-95. the estimated cost, $225 million. the william penn foundation is putting up money for the project paying for the landscaping on the deck. >> that noise from so-called rumble strips in mullica
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township, gloucester county is the subject of a debate. in the last few months, he has been rattled by what he said is an intolerable racket. the department of transportation installed the rumble strips on route 77, 20 feet from his door. >> you can hear it in the house, it shakes the house. >> reporter: a study from the department of transportation found center line rumble strips can reduce accidents by 45%. the study suggests reducing the noise is possible by varying the design. delaware state fair is holding their annual job fair. they are looking to fill security and ticket scanners and maintenance positions for the fair. applicants must be 16 years old.
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it will takes place in the dover buildings from 9578 to noon delaware state fair grounds. pearly may smith and her 7 adult children took home 284 approximately dollars. that's a lot of money. they won the lottery a year ago. they used part of the winning to create the smith family foundation as a way to give back to their community. >> guess what, you could be the next powerball winner. 435 million-dollar jackpot is up for grabs in tonight's big drawing. it is the 10th largest lottery jackpot ever, it's been growing since april 1 without a winner. the next drawing is tonight you can see the winning numbers on "action news" at 11:00 p.m. after accuweather. good luck to you if you play. a north carolina teen beats unsure -- unsurmountable odds.
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a jet skier is strand in the florida swamps. >> reporter: we'll have heat wave on the way, it could feature new record highs next week. details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
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>> two jet skiers spent 12 hours stranded on a florida
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swamp. one man was stung by a sting ray waiting for help. they got to the scene after a day, one of the jet skiers is heading to jail because he had two outstanding warrants for theft. are you ready to sweat, it will feel like summer here, around the delaware valley, the dog days are not here just yet, but the heat has the dogs enjoying a cool treat there, with kids wrapping up school it's wise to stock them up with water if they are going out to play. bottom line keep an eye on everyone as the summer builds in. let's go over to chris sowers we're talking about the 90s. >> reporter: we're not talking 90, 91, with the humidity increasing it will feel uncomfortable. today is a nice one, it's going to be a warmer day, but we should steer clear of 90-degree
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temperatures this afternoon. all that changes starting on sunday. let's take a look at the radars here, we'll get a closeup shot of storm tracker 6 live. we have showers approaching from the northwest. this is the western portions of berks county and lancaster county, lehigh valley over my shoulder. this is mainly north-central pennsylvania. every now and then we see a steadier shower as indicated by the yellows. all this is racing off to the east, it should be over the poconos in the next hour, hour and a half. it is encountering drier air as it pushes into the delaware and the lehigh valleys it will fizzle out before it reaches the ground. 80 degrees, the normal 81. we started out at 65. the normal low, 62. temperatures, 61 in pottstown. bethlehem, 63. warminster, 64. center city, checking in at 65.
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low 60s south and east, fortescue it's a beautiful morning on the delaware bay. a nice morning to do fishing. millville, 62. glassboro, 60. 66 in woodbine, cape may, 66. satellite and radar small little disturbance pushing by north central pennsylvania, a couple of showers this morning for the lehigh valley and the poconos, everybody else should be okay. surface maps looks like, cooler air to the north, heat pump high setting up closer to the northern portion of the united states. once it hits the coast we switch from a southwesterly wind to a due west that will start pumping the heat and humidity in here. the westerly winds compresses off the mountains and it sinks. the result will be this, sunday, monday, tuesday, sunday, 94. monday, 95. tuesday, 96.
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the darker shade of red indicates what the record high is for that date. we'll b shy of the recording -- we'll be shy of the record on monday and records on monday and tuesday, the 95 it will feel like 98 or 99. partly sunny and warm, 87. winds out of the west at 5 to 15 miles per hour. sun and clouds to start, mostly sunny in the first part of the afternoon even we'll see more clouds build in later on. 83 by 1:00 p.m. 86 by 3:00 p.m. 85 by 5:00 p.m. down the shore, beautiful, sunny, nice breeze off the water. atlantic city 78. ocean city, 78. one thing i want to point out is is this right here, there's a moderate risk for rip currents. cape may 78. delaware beaches a little bit warmer, southerly wind, not a sea breeze, not a lands breeze, either. rehoboth beach and bethany beach
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85. here comes the second heat wave. year. 87 today. sunday, it begins, 94, sunny and hotter. humidity in check. monday and tuesday, i've highlighted the days in red because both days could feature record highs, it will feel like upper 90s, close to 100. 95 monday, 96 tuesday, a back door cold front comes through and we'll be mp be -- be back down to 83 and 78. >> tens of thousands of american flags were planted into the ground at the vietnam memorial in falls township bucks county. it's the focal point of a remembrance concert that will held at the park today. it honorses veterans and missing service members from every war and conflict.
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>> welcome back everybody, a pleasant good morning to you, saturday morning, 6:19 a.m., 65 degrees out there, sky6 live hd with the city hall camera overlooking the parkway. looks nice, sorry to tell you the heat is coming. meteorologist chris sowers will tell you when and how long the heat is stick around. verizon is one step closer to acquiring yahoo that means thousands of tech employees could be receiving pink slips in the near future. yahoo approved the $5.4 billion
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deal. yahoo and aol will form a new company called host. verizon is expected to layoff 2100 employees. amazon had an unusual glitch this week while shoppers were using the site own wednesday. they were told there was a problem, it is message stated sorry something went wrong on our end, and then the page showed an image of the dog. the company has not said what caused the dplich what was cleared up -- glitch which was cleared up. a north carolina high school is heading to one of the most prestigious schools in the country after being homeless. megan and her family were evicted from their home it was midnight before they would find a place to sleep. she found inspiration anywhere she could to stay motivated. she is graduating at the top of her class with a 5.25gpa
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congratulations, and she has accepted to stanford university. >> i was chaotic outside the school, in school everything was under control everything i wanted to do was my choice, i let that empower me. >> congratulations to you meghan. you will go far. she plans to major in english and go into education to help other low income students like herself.
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there's no end to what you can discover. the laughing cow. reinvent snacking. back everyone, 6:23 a.m. saturday morning, let's look in the poconos and see what's going on in the mountains. lehigh valley, allentown, you have showers approaching from the west and more showers to the
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north in the wilks-berre scranton area. you're waking up to clouds and showers, by afternoon we should clear that and we'll see the return of sunshine. 56 in lake harmony, slatington, 66. quaker torn, 63 degrees. we'll call it pleasantly warm this morning, south and east, milder. 62 in millville. woodbine, 66. if you're heading to the mountains today, poconos 400 at poconos raceway. morning thundershowers possible, otherwise clouds and sun later on. 78 degrees, there's a chance of a spotty shower in the afternoon. subpoenaed looking nice, sunny and warm, 84 -- sunday looking nice, sunny and warm, 84 degrees. >> sports now, phillies offensive does not show up in the shelby state. the cavs have a chance to make history in the nba finals. >> reporter: well, so much for
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the midwest being friendly, the phillies have not won a series in st. louis in five years. check out how they treated the phillies fanatic. the cardinal's bird kicked the fanatic in the tush. rbi tributele. phillies up 2-zip. cardinals, tie it up, bottom of the third. solo homer, hellerson who has won one start since april. freddie galvis down the line. bam, ballgame, phillies lose 3-2. it is their third straight loss. no shot in game four, huh? facing elimination in the nba finals, labron james and the cavs score a record 86 points in the first half, breaking the
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sixers final record in 1982. cleveland breaking a bunch of records 49 points in the first quarter. third quarter, labron james with an all star gamesque move. is this a pass, a shot or rebound. threw up as many as 22. they put it away. cavs 137-116. they are down 3-1 in the series, just like last year when they won it all, warriors suffer their first loss of playoffs. how about this for team bonding when the eagles arrived for the final spring practice yesterday doug peterson before we play football, we'll play paint ball. they went on a field trip. after all the moves, eagles fans, of course you want to know, will this football team be
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better after their last place 7-9 finish. >> too early to tell, we're working to get better, but we've got a lot of new pieces and a lot of moving parts. we don't know until we hit the season. >> reporter: flyers defenseman signs 6 million-dollar extension calls it a dream come true. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a great day! >> 6:27 a.m., we've got much more coming up on "action news" saturday morning, stay with us we're coming right back.
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>> breaking news, three men are recovering from a robbery that ended with all three of the victims with stab injuries. also, breaking overnight, a driver is under arrest after hitting a drexel university student while allegedly driving under the influence. plus, let's take you live outside, the heat is on baby, get ready to sweat it out as we track a heat wave moving into the area. the man with all the information meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: is it good news?
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>> it is for you you can jump into the pool. >> reporter: you have to kick the air-conditioning on and sweat as you go to your car. >> some people like the heat. that's for sure, the people hoping for heat at the shore, they will get it. it's a nice quiet morning out there, comfortable, temperatures in time 60s low humidity levels. today even though the numbers warm up considerably, the humidity levels are low, tomorrow they increase slightly, but it's monday and tuesday when the humidity starts pouring in here. 62 nill -- in allentown. dover, 62. poconos cooler checking in at 56. light breezes generally out of the south at 5 miles per hour or less. because the breeze is so light, that will allow the sea breeze to kick in down the jersey shore. all the beach areas, sea isle city, brigantine, all the areas will top out in the upper 70s
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thanks to the cooler ocean air. here's satellite and radar small disturbance passing on by to the north. a couple of showers or quick-hitting thundershower for the poconos and the lehigh valley this morning. otherwise sun and clouds up there this afternoon. philadelphia, a nice day, partly sunny and warmer, high of 87. gray? >> thank you for the update. with the scream heat on -- extreme heat on the way, use our mobile app it's a free download for your mobile device. 6:31 a.m., breaking news, police are searching for two suspects who stabbed three men in philadelphia's summerdale section. the suspects held up the men in the 600 block of mayfair street. the victims resisted when the suspects demanded their money. a scuffle broke out, that's when they were stabbed. the suspects ran away from the
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scene. more breaking news to tell you about this morning, a driver is charged with dui after hitting a drexel university student. the injured woman is in the hospital this morning with critical condition. she was hit by a lexus overnight as she tried to cross 38th and market in university city. excuse me, the car we are told stopped, the driver was taken away in handcuffs. police say the student was walking against the red light at the time that she was hit. happening this morning, philadelphia police are trying to determine if charges will be filed against a repo man involved in a shooting that left another man dead. shots were fired at 18th and dickenson in the point breeze section. a woman began to argue with a tow truck driver who was trying to repossess her minivan. she called her boyfriend, he was armed with a gun.
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the boyfriend pistol whipped the driver, the confrontation accelerated, the tow truck pulled out a gun and killed the boyfriend. >> it was like firecrackers, people screaming and running away from the scene. a dog was caught in the crossfire and died. the tow truck driver is claiming self-defense and is cooperating with police. this man chelsea outlaw of minquadale is charged with a shooting that send a 6-year-old boy to the hospital. this man opened fire tuesday afternoon at the corner of 6th and spruce streets in wilmington. deshawn banner, the child was hit in the head and is in critical condition at a. i. do dupont hospital. he faces several charges.
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city will honor joyce craig today with a mural. she died december 9, 2014. the first woman firefighter to die in the line of duty in philadelphia. the mural will be placed at the lawncrest library on rising sun avenue. the mayor and fire commissioner will be at the unveiling today. president donald trump is firing back against james comey block buster testimony on capitol hill. he said the former fbi director is lying and said he is willing to testify under oath about their conversation. president trump made brief remarks in the rose garden yesterday. he accused of him lying during his sworn testimony to congress. the president said he never asked him for a loyalty pledge when he never pressured him to drop any investigation. president had this to say about the existence of tapes of their conversation. >> do tapes exist of your conversations with him.
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>> i'll tell you about that maybe sometime in the near future. >> you seem to be hinting there'sf conversations. you will be very disappointed, i'll tell you that right now. >> the house intelligence committee is seeking tapes of their conversations. delaware spca has plans to open the flagship stanton shelter. they will sell their current shelter to the brandywine spca so they can extend adoption hours and offer affordable vet services. you can save a life and gain a new best friend. act philly is waving adoption fees through tomorrow. they have dogs and cats thar looking for their -- that are
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looking for their forever homes. >> acts open admission animal shelter which means we must accept pets that are brought to us. we have animals coming to us when we don't have space. in that situation to save lives we have to move the animals out as quickly as possible. >> if you have a dog as you want to adopt another one, bringing him or her along with you, so they can meet. if you rent a home bring proof that you are allowed to have a pet. much more to come on "action news" saturday morning. a marine goes to battle to be reu nighted with their war thyme partner, we'll have a review of the real life hero story meghan levy. ice cream might be the treat to keep you cool as we stair down a possible heat wave heading our way. meteorologist chris sowers has
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the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. "action news" saturday morning will continue after this break.
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y26vgy y5yy caused property damage in texas. the storms tore up several homes and businesses southeast of amarillo. no serious injuries reported. 6:40 a.m., we're tracking a heat wave that will scorch the delaware and lehigh valleys before the heat and the humidity starts rising this weekend. we caught people enjoying a warm
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summer friday night. kids and adults alike say this is their favorite time of year. >> it means fun and games. >> summer means eat ice cream and swimming at my grandma's house. >> you have to absorb he will molecule that's -- every molecule that's going on out here. >> even our four legged friends are looking for a cool drink as the temperature begin to rise this weekend. >> meteorologist chris sowers twak tracking it all for -- is tracking it all for us. some say summer equals fun, summer equals hot hot hot. >> reporter: you're from texas, rita's water ice stay in the air conditioned house. take it easy. one thing for certain, there's
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the view sky6 live hd looking at old city. one thing for certain we are not used to this. we've had temperatures in the 60s and 70s and now we're talking mid 90s there will be a shock to the system. take it easy out there starting tomorrow listen to your body and stay hydrated. storm tracker 6 live a couple of showers as anticipated for lehigh valley and the poconos, mount poconos, heavier showers, lehigh valley, east into bethlehem area. there's scattered stuff off to the west. the immediate philadelphia area will steer clear of anything over the next few hours. 58 dewpoint, it's when we cross the 60-degree mark the humidity increases and we notice the difference. pressure is holding steady. winds out of the west/southwest at 6 miles per hour. it's comfortable out there this
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morning. pottstown, 63. kirkwood, only 56. that's not bad. kirkwood, 60. malvern, 62. smyrna, 61. cape may, 67. for the skew, 62. glassboro, 61. cinnaminson, 64. heavier showers across williamsport north central pennsylvania, all this is moving due east. it should push over the poconos probably over the next couple of hours and exit off the coast. this will encounter drier air over the philadelphia area and it will eat that up, we'll see clouds with that later this afternoon. surface maps today through tomorrow, high pressure that's the big story. the high is anchor itself off the coast of the carolinas, the return flow means we'll pump in all the heat and humidity. 93, 94 is not too bad as long as the humidity is comfortable. that will be the case for sunday. high temperatures 93, 94.
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slightly more humid, but the humidity is not terrible at that point. it's monday and tuesday, the humidity starts to increase and we start to see dewpoints in the 65 to 07-degree range. high temperatures ranging between 95, 96. this will feel uncomfortable. monday and tuesday are not days we have to watch. 87 degrees nice summer-like day. millville, 85. upper 70s for the jersey shore thanks to a sea breeze that will keep you guys on the cooler side. hour by hour, 11:00 a.m., 79. 1:00 p.m., 83. 86 degrees by #3:00 p.m. ocean temperature still a little bit chilly. one thing i want to point out here, there's a moderate risk for rip currents. 78 degrees sunny on the sand this afternoon. sunny and nice tomorrow, 82. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, here it comes, heat wave number two, 87 degrees today, partly sunny and warmer, maybe a stray shower
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far western suburbs this afternoon. only about a 20% chance, most of you stay dry, i want to throw that out. sunny and hotter, humidity leaves are low. monday and tuesday, here it comes, highlighted both days, sunny hazy, hot and humid. 95 monday, 96 tuesday, both days with the humidity, it will feel like the upper 90s close to 100. back door cold front slides through, cools the temperature down, 83. thursday, 78 degrees for the high. by then, pie pool -- my pool temperatures jumps by 10 degrees i'll be swimming this weekend. earlier in the weekend it looked like an extended heat wave. if the back door front doesn't sneak through, we'll see more than three days of 90s. >> a super car show will be held at wells fargo center it's perfect for the car enthusiasts
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and the dreamers alike. we're talking about lamborghini. matt o'donnell took it for a spin. >> any questions? >> reporter: no. >> i think you can handle this. >> reporter: if someone told me a white knuckle drive in a twin turbo ferrari would be the third most exiting thing i would do at the sports complex i would be skeptical. it is one of the vehicles to be featured at the super car show on sunday morning. proceeds raise money for children who need better care and better indication. >> we're taking unbelievable super cars, these will not be the fastest cars there. >> reporter: larry kaplan a sports karlover -- karlover.
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>> sports car lover took me for a spin. that was my second best thing of the day. my first, the gtr this monster machine goes to fast and handles so tight i wondered if we traveled in the future. talk about being donuts. my heart is way back there. >> reporter: the super car show will hold a parade through philadelphia at 9:00 a.m. on sunday, the show at the wells fargo center parking lot is at 10:00. the philadelphia auto show is a partner for this year's overnight. >> you will never have an opportunity to look outside and see them drive down broad street and around city hall. >> this is from another world. >> i'm very, very fortunate to do something to raise money for charity.
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>> reporter: beckoning all auto enthusiasts this weekend. matt o'donnell channel 6 "action news."
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>> a pleasant good morning to you, 6:48 a.m., 56 degrees, live live at cape may, new jersey, looks nice out there, it will be in the upper 80s today and tomorrow prepare for the heat wave. chris sowers has all the details in just a bit. one of the world's biggest movie stars return to the big screen for the first time in a year. tom cruise stars in the mummy. what goes bump in the night and tag at your heart strings film about a marine and her combat dog. >> legend has it she has unimaginable powers. >> reporter: tom cruise races back in the theater with the mummy.
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cruz's star power should help the film farewell over seas. analysts expect 35 to $40 million. >> what do you see? just go inside. >> we never go out at night. >> reporter: the indi horror film it comes at night is getting the best reviews of movie this weekend. box office watchers say it could earn up to $12 million. more than twice what it costs to make. >> found something. >> reporter: also getting good reviews facing a weaker opening magazinen -- meghan levy a story about a marine and her combat dog. >> given quintuplets have
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become celebrities of sorts since they were born. now they are high school grads. they graduated from souderton high school last night. they plan to attend manage community college in the fall. congratulations to them. it was quite a night for them and all 580 graduates of souderton class of 2017 during the commencement ceremony at the football stadium. what's the story behind green mountain coffee and fair trade? let's take a flight to colombia. this is boris calvo.
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boris grows mind-blowing coffee. and because we pay him a fair price, he improves his farm and invest in his community to make even better coffee. all for a smoother tasting cup. green mountain coffee. itmiss hoffman gets usle to mathere safe every time. mrs. migliaccio teaches us all about fractions - and haikus - and the erie canal! miss reeves makes us sound amazing. and miss santoro always takes time to see how we're doing. miss simpkins keeps our school looking great.
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recess wouldn't be recess without miss basile. and mrs. mccarthy always has tons of good books to read. which makes for a pretty good day at school. ♪ introducing fios gigabit connection. superfast internet at an incredible price. with speeds up to 940 megs. that's 20x faster than most people have. and, it's just $79.99 a month online for 1 year. and only $5 more per month for the second year. get fios gigabit connection for $79.99 with tv, hbo for 1 year and multi-room dvr service for 2 years. all with a 2-year agreement. switch now at back everyone, 653 saturday -- 6:53 a.m., saturday morning, this is lehigh valley, carbon and monroe county this is the lehigh valley. we have showers pushing through.
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we see yellows pop up which would indicate a steadier shower. temperatures are comfortable. 50s up to the north. lake harmony, 56. wilks-berre scranton area, 52. poconos raceway later this afternoon, poconos 400 is tomorrow. 78 degrees today morning thundershower. sun and clouds this afternoon. stray shower later on. most of the activities falls in the morning. tomorrow, sunny and warm, nice day high around 84. gray? >> thank you so much. folks if you're thinking about giving your living room or family room with an ottoman update. here's a way to do it for less than 50 bucks. >> if you like to sit back and put your feet up, you know an on
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note, to i detuned it and brought it back up to tune. he said i still don't like this note. i said let me tell you something, this string is almost cut in two by the amer, and i said i hope your out of town before you break it. >> impressive skills. again he is completely blind. he said he does not know how to play the piano himself, but he can find the slightest i am perfections and correct them. a program in the area that keeps seniors behind the wheel. a woman bravely grabs a snake that slithered into her north carolina home. oh, my goodness, those stories and more when "action news"
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sexual assault trial of comedian bill cosby. plus a preview of the dog days of summer. the temperature is going up, with it, the humidity levels. back outside we go to meteorologist chris sowers who is track this guy heat with a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. chris, this all begins tomorrow, right? >> reporter: the heat starts pouring in here tomorrow, the humidity starts kicking in monday and tuesday, so tomorrow is sort of like a dry heat. you'll notice the slight change in the humidity, really the difference arrives monday and tuesday. today is a nice day, tomorrow hotter. 66 degrees in philadelphia. allentown, same thing. poconos ten degrees cooler, you're sitting at 57. trenton, 65. millville. 65. jersey shore, cape may, 67. brigantine, 66 degrees, satellite and radar as expected we have showers in the mountains this morning, lots of clouds in the lehigh valley and the far western suburbs. this is a small, little disturbance in the process of pushing through.


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