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>> reporter: sharrie we now know that the body parts belong to a 3 or 4-month-old infant dropped on the sidewalk across the street from the cemetery. police tell us they were transported here from a funeral home employee in new jersey. the question now is what happened and why. >> we didn't want to open it because we didn't foe what was inside. >> chris james was one of several witnesses that saw the child size casket dumped on the block friday night. when police and the medical examiners office arrived they found a child's organs wrapped in a black bag inside. >> you beg the question where is the rest of this baby? >> the details are being strung together today. according to police the 2 foot by 1 foot casket was driven here by the employee of an unnamed south jersey funeral home. they admit to the fact that the
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casket was dumped but it's unclear if they knew there were human remains inside. >> captain jones says that the infant was buried in south jersey last week but before the funeral. the latch on the casket broke and the child was moved into another casket apparently not whole. the organs were removed in an autopsy that is customary. >> but what happened after that is a mystery. >> who put it in the car and driving to philadelphia and being dumped exactly where that was dumped. >> jones doesn't know the cause of the child' death but don't believe it was suspicious and the parents are understandably upset. the baby will be made whole as far as the organs being reunited with the deceased child. >> reporter: now police say that the district attorney's office office is reviewing the case and
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no charges for abuse of a corpse and the funeral home is cooperating and did take responsibility for dumping the remains. i'm wendy saltzman channel 6 "action news." >> a philadelphia man faces child endangerment charges after a 9-month-old child was found unresponsive with a syringe needle in her leg. they used narcan to revive the infan and treated for an accidental overdose. the man said to be her father, steven welsh is at the center of the investigation tonight and neighbors were shocked by the alligation. >> he is a great father, a good man, a good guy, i know his sister and mom and dad and we all grew up together. >> police are waiting for the official lab tests to determine what drug was in the infant's system when it was taken to the hospital. >> new at 5:00, comedian bill cosby will head back to court in norristown this fall for the
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retrial on the sexual assault charges he is facing, the montgomery county district attorney's office says that cosby's new trial will start november 6th, the jury deadlocked on all three counts last month resulting in a mistrial. >> new at 5:00 police in ocean county want your help tracking down this car they say was in a serious hit and run. one person was seriously hurt when they were hit by a car late sunday night in lakewood. officials say that the car is seen here at a nearby gas station giving them a small clue who was behind the wheel at the time. if you know anything about the car call lakewood police. >> a shooting victim in german town is in the hospital, this is the scene on the 5,000 block of german town avenue. the victim a 30-year-old man was found with multiple gunshot
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wounds. he underwent surgery. >> an intense day in hamburg, germany today thousands of protesters took to the street to demonstrate against capitalism. german police used tear gas and water cannons to keep protesters at bay and this as president trump begins the second overseas trip. climate change and trade is big topics at this year's summit. we'll have more on the g-20 coming up at 5:30. today president trump also condemned north korea's recent missile launch and spoke in warsaw poland. mr. trump says the administration is watching and waiting to see what happens with north korea in the coming weeks. but he would not specify how the white house is considering responding. >> we'll see what happens, i don't like to talk about what i have planned. but i have some pretty severe
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things that we are thinking about, that doesn't mean we are going to do them. i don't draw red lines, it's a shame that their paving this way but they are behaving in a very, very dangerous manner and something will have to be done about it. >> north korea launched that missile tuesday, experts said it was more powerful than anything the country has tested before and some say it had the potential to reach the united states. >> turning to the forecast tonight the dreary conditions that could extend into the weekend. the action cam was out near the art museum today where plenty of tourists did not let rain stop them from seeing the sites. looking live at the center city skyline, rain continues to move through philadelphia and the threat of showers and storms and not a cleat washout. >> the weekend is looking good but the wet time period tonight
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double scan live showing a stalled frontal boundary low pressure developing along it and that brings us a conveyer belt of moisture and we have the potential of flash flooding. and the watch is posted for the heart of the delaware valley. surrounding the i-95 corridor overnight at 6:00 with the potential for localized flooding and a flash flood warning posted for southern newcastle county around middletown delaware until 7:30 tonight. this is where flash flooding is already occurring. i want to show you just how much rain they have gotten. near middletown delaware, 3 inches near townsend close to 6 inches of rain, between route 1 and 301, reports that a daycare center ser flooded and there are vehicles stuck in high waters, turn around and don't drown, don't drive through flooded
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waters. this cell has been here for two hours and going nowhere fast. it's raining along the i-95 corridor and not that intense i'll talk about when the rin leaves and the weekend coming up in the full accuweather forecast. >> all right cecily thank you. they gathered in center city to push for something that is long overdue in pennsylvania a raise of the minimum wage, leaders are calling on the state legislature to pass house bill 2020 raising the minimum wage to $12 next year and $15 an hour by 2024. >> this the fight for the future of not only philadelphians but million pennsylvanians that would see an immediate increase in their wages. and for the future of our country. >> reporter: pennsylvania's minimum wage has been at 7:25 per hour since 2009 and that is
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the last time the federal minimum wage was changed. well, everything must go is the big phrase in atlantic city from mattresses to chandeliers, anything and everything inside of the old trump taj mahal can be yours for a price before it becomes the hard rock hotel. jeff is there when the big sale opened up this morn. >> reporter: this is what it looked like most of the day. shoppers in long lines to take home a piece of the taj mahal and chandeliers going for $3500 and poker tables $650. >> i hate to see the taj mahal close. i want to get memorabilia of the taj mahal. >> i want to see what they had and i was one of the first in line and these two urns were near the door. >> and they are selling off the contents of the suites and casino floor and they plan to open hard rock hotel and casino here next year.
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>> it's a tag sale everybody has a price tag and the furniture has an individual price tag, if they like it they can take it home. >> this is going in her house. >> some former casino workers came to pick up mementos of their time here. others hunted for good deals. the chairs are $40 and the lamps are $15. >> not bad. >> everything is a couple of dollar for lamps or pictures. >> jerry of cher write hill and her uncle stocked up on chairs 50 of them for $5 a piece. >> the billion dollar casino built by now president donald trump was shuttered last fall, hard rock bought it in march for $50 million. and that is not the only bargain to be had. >> prices are getting people in here to buy for their home their
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beach home or summer home. >> the liquidation sale will continue for the next 60 days. channel 6 "action news." it is time now for the "action news" traffic report. matt pellman is in the traffic center thursday night with the latest. kind of soggy on the highways, from liquidation from the liquid from the skies, you know how things go on the wet roads, a crash on 95 the girard point double decker bridge pointed southbound is off to the right side. police and penndot out on the scene. a solid jam coming down to tasker, taking 95 southbound to the phils game 605 tonight stuck in traffic and get over to the platt bridge a better bet. and an extent 611. and one in phoenixville near 29 main street and newcastle
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delaware a crash at route 9 at 295. and soggy in delaware slow speeds and flooding locations popping up middletown main street is blocked near broad street. we'll check it again in the next half hour. >> thanks matt. more ahead on "action news" at 5:00 tonight. dramatic video inside of a devastating wild fire. the new images of first responders came face-to-face with last year in tennessee. and in health check how one montgomery county apartment complex is giving its residents a chance to develop a green thumb when "action news" continues. ♪
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we are getting a new look at what first responders encountered when the tennessee wild fire raged last year. this photo was taken in gatlinburg, one of the hardest hit areas. it killed 14 people and caused a billion dollars in damage. tonight german researchers developed a new tool to discover blood clots earlier and more accurately. ali gorman is at the big board to fill us in. >> reporter: this could make a
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big difference blood clots to lead to strokes and heart attack. finding them earlier when they are smaller can save lives, it's an injectable tracer that latched on to the prime blood chemical involved in forming clots, when there is a clot it glows even if it's small. instead of using different images machines to find clots in different parts of the body it enables the doctors to find the clots anywhere and already being tested in humans. today community gardens are springing up around the area in recent years, city dwellers can grow their own healthy food and get fresh air and exercise and now a montgomery county apartment complex is tapping into the idea. >> when the owners of 251 dekalb in king of prussia renovated the complex fitness was a priority.
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a fit place for kids and a community garden. one developer got the idea when he became a first time guardner. >> he enjoyed it so much he started to think would tent ents enjoy it. >> all lots are spoken for. they always had gardens at their houses but didn't expect to have one at an apartment. now they prepare for a big harvest. >> corn, tomatoes and a couple of varieties of peppers, zucchini and pumpkin. >> we get to come out and see so many beautiful beds here and the garden has emotional benefits creating new bonds between residents. >> being able to build those kinds of relationships makes people feel more connected to the community and more connected to their neighbors. >> and the owners of 251 dekalb
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plan to create gardens at other complexes and would not be surprised if it plants the ideas in the minds of other building owners as well. >> a neat idea thank you. the big honor today for a now famous philadelphia native blocks from where he grew up: ♪ if you want a taste of freedom, keep going.
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the head strong foundation broke ground at knicks house in swarthmore county today. the home is completely renovated and used for health care and clinical trials. wildwood as a new attraction and the town just opened a designated surfing area at the beach at andrews avenue south of the convention center. there is no charge for anyone that wants to use it. if you want to learn to surf there is stands offering rentals and lessons, the beach is the first for the city. >> it's a big day for comedian and philadelphia native kevin hart. today was his day, literally in his home town and hundreds of
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fans turned out to watch. hart took the stage in the city's tioga station this afternoon a block away from where he grew up. city council members unveiled a special kevin hart mural on the wall of max's stakes on german town avenue, hart thanks his fans and said he never forgets his philadelphia roots. >> this is the biggest honor i have gotten in my career to date. i believe that philadelphia made me into the man i am today. >> thank you guys so much. >> as if this day was not big enough for hart it marks his 38th birthday. >> good for him. much more to come on "action news" at 5:00 tonight. a check of the forecast, and looking live at philadelphia international airport plenty of clouds and some rain out there. the accuweather forecast is coming up next.
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we have a cell just sitting there dumping a lot of downpours and double scan showing that we still have downpours there however the good news is, this is really beginning to break up. you see the heavy yellow and red cell sitting there is fow kind of spiraling across 301 heading into maryland and no thunder or lightning just heavy downpours, as we head to the shore looking at scattered downpours lifting through sea isle city and reeds beach you are getting it and heading to fortescue and morristown as well. philadelphia we see kind of a steady soaking rain through the afternoon hours, this area is now pushing into south jersey heading across the new jersey turnpike, no lightning strikes with it the reason why it's too cool. the temperatures with an easterly flow are stuck in the 70s. normal high for this time of year is 87 degrees, philadelphia 73 and allentown 77 and trenton
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currently 73 and cape may also 73 degrees. so we have a conveyer belt of moisture moving through it will take a while before we completely dry and satellite 6 along with action radar showing what is going on a stalled boundary lifting up the spin in ohio lifting up the high pressure and leaving our area tomorrow afternoon until then we are game for more showers and thunderstorms, 7:30 heavy downpours south of philadelphia continuing on the air at 11:00 tonight. we see more rain in south jersey, tomorrow morning it really beginning to dry out slowly. lots of clouds moisture in the atmosphere still a few showers 8:00 in the morning, around lunch time moving off the shore and then by the afternoon look at this, the sunshine is back so tomorrow it pays off you just have to be patient. good things come to those who wait after the morning with clouds and lingering rain and
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afternoon sunshine and temperatures will be seasonably warm. philadelphia 87 and allentown 86 and millville 85 and cape may 81 degrees. heading into the weekend your saturday kickoff showing down the shore it's breezy and it's a land breeze not a sea breeze 87 degrees and philadelphia 89 and slight chance of an isolated thundershower and a chance of a thunderstorm in the poconos. the five at 5:00 tomorrow morning rain and afternoon sunshine, and saturday breezy and warm, 89 degrees and sunday pick of the weekend 85 degrees and low humidity temperatures climb 88 on monday and tuesday and hot and humid with a threat of a thunderstorm and high of 90. today is not a good beach day but meteorologist, melissa magee, is having blues and barbecue in north wildwood. >> reporter: yes, cecily it's all about the blues and in this case we have good tunes going on and the anglesy blues fest the
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barbecue championship and jack from jack's down home bar barbecue look at those ribs. >> they are going to be good and we'll have a taste test and sampling going on and the competition starts on friday but the ribs are already on the grill. back inside to you. it's looking good, these are st. louis style. >> we can smell those ribs from here. >> thanks melissa. we'll be right back. i no longer live with
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"action news" continues with meteorologist, adam joseph, jaime apody, rick williams and monica malpass. >> hello again monica is off and sharrie williams is joining us tonight and here is what is happening on "action news" this evening. before president trump meets with leaders in germany, protesters at the g-20 summit square off with police. and police officers in wilmington give a boy an extra special birthday surprise. the details now, president trump's second official trip to europe.
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after a short trip in poland president trump touched down in hamburg, germany where the g-20 summit is set to begin. people took part in a protest and police used water cannon and pepper spray to break up protesters after the large crowd attacked police officers with bottles and stones. >> abc's maggie ruly is in washington tonight with the look at topics up for discussion during the two day event. >> reporter: the g-20 summit brings together some of the world's biggest power players and this year prz is expected to clash with many of them on major topics like trade and climate change. using tear gas and water cannons, german police battle thousands of protesters think demonstrating against capitalism outside of the g-20 summit. as president trump touches down in hamburg, he is greet wade
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formal handshake from german chancellor, angela merkel. just hours later it sounds like an indirect dig against president trump. in globalization there must not always be losers where there are winners. >> and say slight of his own against jeremy. >> the west became great not because of paperwork and regulations but because people were allowed to chase their dreams. >> they don't see to eye o trade issues or -- >> it's a threat and we'll confront it strongly. >> on friday president trump sits down with russian president, vladimir putin for the first time but today avoided placing the blame on last year's election hack solely on russia. >> i think it could be russia
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but it could be other countries. >> but 17 intelligence agencies have confirmed that they meddled trying to help then candidate donald trump. and the eyes are on the big meeting with putin happening tomorrow. we are told that the president is preparing for the meeting reviewing a briefing book about russian relations. channel 6 "action news." >> all right thank you. the government ethics director who clashed with president trump's administration over concerns of conflicts of interest is resigning, walter schwab was appointed to director of government ethics by president barack obama in 2013 and his term was set to expire next year, according to the letter his last day will be wednesday july 19th, on twitter schwab says in working with the currents administration it's clear we need improvements to
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the current ethics program. president trump will be able to replace him but the pick has to be confirmed by the senate. >> david muir will have the latest on president trump's trip overseas and you can watch that following "action news" at 6:00. back here two men are back here charged with first degree murder charged with the deadly shooting in delaware county friday. chester police charged 19-year-old dion sprinkle and daniel cam match oh, that they shot and killed murray on the 900 block of per nell street. he is held on an unrelate the firearms offense. and an arrest made after a man was left with life-threatening injuries that kenneth holmes got into a fight with the 20-year-old victim of the star shopping center at 1:00
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a.m. police say that holmes left the scene and returned with a gun. they say he shot the victim in the head and charged with first degree attempted murder and related charges. time now for down at the shore where there is never a dull moment this time of the year. >> that is right. melissa magee is live at north wildwood tonight with a look at what is cooking this weekend. big barbecue competition? >> reporter: that is right rick and sharrie, it's all about the new jersey state barbecue championship. and the anglesy blues festival. the 19th annual festival. 68 teams are patch tating i have matt from butches, smack your lips barbecue and jacks from down home barbecue. >> how you doing philadelphia? >> we are doing fantastic, we have friendly competition and they are getting their ribs going and i'll taste them in a little bit check out what is going on this weekend down at the shore.
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looking good guys -- >> reporter: why not start the fun today in ocean city sand is the star during the sand consulting contest. these will not be your typical san castles, giant sculptures and cool creations are molded during the event. the competition is already underway and is the judges complete but you can check out the sculptures through the day head to 6th street and the beach. >> the fun keeps rolling on friday in sea isle city. grab a blanket and sit underneath the stars for movie night. this is an event for the entire family. head out to excursion park at dusk and watch the show. this week's movie is petes dragon, you bring the munchies and popcorn the movie is free. movie under the stars this friday and every friday through september 1st. >> reporter: it's a fan favorite and it draws a huge crowd every
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year. the new jersey state barbecue championship and blues festival is back in north wildwood. experience the best in barbecue and blues during the three day festival and live cooking demonstrations and mouth watering ribs and chicken and brisket while dancing to the blues. and head to 2nd and old new jersey avenues this friday and saturday. save a plate for me and see you this weekend down at the shore. >> reporter: all right i got my plate, here is my plate of ribs from jacks, we'll check out jacks right now. see how these go. they are falling off. i can't even taste it. oh that is good. i don't know. and we have matts from butches. >> oh baby. >> it's close, it's some kind of wonderful speaking of the singer and song writer himself john
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ellison will you sing us a little something. >> i'll tell you about my wings some kind of wonderful. ♪ i don't a whole lots of money. i don't need a big fine car. i have everything that a man can wants, i got more than i could ask for ♪ >> now the barbecue and blues festival takes place this friday right through the weekend ricky know you are asking, we have to plate saved for you on its way back. these are good. >> what about me? he won't share. >> isn't that good bob ellison. he is great some kind of wonderful. >> thank you melissa. sounds like me sharrie? >> oh please. >> here is the reminder the latest forecast and updates from storm tracker 6 radar on your phone or tablet. the 6 abc is a free download for
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your mobile device. >> we'll see if we can get you a lesson. we'll work on that matt pellman? >> matt stay neutral. stay in the middle of the highway there. >> i wish we could keep listening to him instead of talking about this mess. what a mess it has been along 95, a crash at the girard point bridge it's still gone but giving us a huge delay. through this point the whole way to the double decker bridge, pack your patiences in addition to the poncho of course. a long red line on the east side special by that does not help us out. they tore up the eastbound lane by the blue route and we expect them to tear up who tonight. a crash near ardmore at ardmore avenue and one at brook haven road and mushroom country near
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kennett scare a crash at hillin dale road. through the route 1 oxford bypass and teens on the concord pike and of of course it's a deluge down in middletown and townsend, delaware, a number of streets blocked off because of high water, portions of main street, 299 westbound blocked and saints anns road blocked. >> thanks matt. well, today an 11-year-old boy in wilmington delaware got a huge birthday surprised from a group of police officers. ♪ happy birthday to you >> jarell turner met the officers last week during a pickup game of basketball with his friends, after the game it was dark out and the officers walked jarell home and they learned he was a straight a student and his birthday was coming up and he didn't own a
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basketball. so the officers pitched in and today on his birthday delivered him a basketball a cake and one more thing. >> you got three tickets to the 76ers. >> oh. your mom and brother and you can go. >> it's a hot ticket to get too. >> jarell says it's his first sixers game and looking forward to another game with the officers using his new basketball. >> still to come, meteorologist, adam joseph, tracking the latest in the "action news" weather center. >> steady rain and pockets of heavy downpours and flash flooding in the parts of the area. stormtracker 6 live double scan that rain extends to the ohio valley and sometime before we clear out i'll have the timing in the exclusive accuweather forecast. >> markelle fultz is sitting out tonight after leading the sixers in points in the summer league
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time for sports ducis is
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here the latest on the sixers, one more game in utah and moving on. >> one more game in the summer league i want to talk about how you broke my chair rick. >> i am not the culprit. >> for the record it's broken. the sixers markelle fultz has shown promise but not tonight he will sit out against the san antonio spurs. the sixers say they are giving their trop draft pick a day off. he scored 23 points in the loss to the jazz. and that one from the parking lot and the sixers loss the game by 6 and after this game the rookie heaped tons of praise on his teammates. >> my teammates did a great job and getting us back into the game and i came in trying not to let the team down. i give all the credit to my teammates keeping us in the game and i did what i can to
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contribute. josh hart is set to make his lakers debut and they open their summer play against the clippers in las vegas. hart is not one to start trash talking but if it goes there he has his villanova national championship to brag about. >> i pride myself on i'll always talk trash about that. whenever, i want to be a toucher guy on the floor. they will hear about it. whether there is a fall or not a foul i'll talk trash. it's only good nature. >> to baseball the phillies are looking to salvage a split and face the pittsburgh pirates at home. he will be on the mound after struggling. >> and the weather to cooperate the tarp is on the field all afternoon. last night in that top spot he went three for four and
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raised his arrange to .313 and leadoff batter hitting .367. >> i want to just be in the lineup it doesn't matter where i hit. first or eighth i don't care. but first is where they have me so my style of at bat and approach that i take is seeing pitches i don't feel like i have to change much of anything just be myself. >> he didn't know if he would make the team or not this year. he was relieved when he found out but certainly taking advantage of it and making a good impression. >> a pleasant surprise. to soccer the union are on the road to face sporting kc. the union have one two games in a row and six of their last nine and impressive shutout victory against new england on sunday. >> we are strong defensively.
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we should be all right if we can keep it up. >> we have a high chair on order. a quick break. be right back. fios is not cable. and we believe everyone deserves faster internet. so with fios gigabit connection, you get amazing download speeds up to 940 megs 20 times faster than most people have. and it's just $79.99 a month online for the first year. switch to fios gigabit connection with tv and phone for $79.99 a month. plus hbo for one year and multi-room dvr service for two years. all with a 2-year agreement. and switching has never been easier. get out of your contract with up to a $500 credit to help cover your early termination fee. go to
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meteorologist, adam joseph
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is here now with a soggy forecast and sunshine on the horizon. as we head for the weekend we brighten things up and timing it perfect saturday and sunday. as we look at the weather center a flash flood watch if effect for all areas in green. the heart of philadelphia as well as the delaware valley including newcastle county in the red box here there is a flash flood warning in effect until 7:30 we see over 5 inches of rain in middletown delaware and with that watch in effect that basically means one outlook here tonight the possible of more of those warnings could pop up anywhere within that green. and basically along i-95 north and west. and same south and east for more heavy downpours. lets go here to stormtracker 6 live double scan we'll show you where the warning is near middletown and townsend between 3.5 to as much as 5.5 inches of rain in that bull's-eye of red
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on 301 and splitting route 1 as well. i see video on my facebook page of water just inundating roadways and you never want to drive through a flooded roadway and find an alternate route. some of that rain is popping up at times here and refiring here smyrna continuing to move over the locations so already aggravate the streams and creeks getting more water as we go over the next 45 minutes, lighter rains towards philadelphia and a stretch of downpours fortescue to sea isle city all of this lifting to the northern and sometime until mid-day hours tomorrow until we see this finally push away. >> 77 in allentown now as well as reading and 73 in wilmington and 75 degrees in millville. another chilly day out there. temperature-wise, but the humidity is up so it doesn't feel all that comfortable. as we look at satellite and radar out to the west that is where low pressure is and we work here and wait until that
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clears the area to rid ourselves of the downpours, so at 8:00 tonight. they are still drifting around south of philadelphia. you see how this pops around 11:00 tonight. heavy rain continues to drift through parts of the area and at 8:00 tomorrow morning. still unsettled at times with a lot of clouds and kick that rain away to the south at lunch time tomorrow. breaking the clouds apart and sunshine returning here before the day ends tomorrow from the north to the south. we head to the shore and meteorologist, melissa magee, she is listening to the blues and eating some ribs. and having a really great time in north wildwood. >> yes, that is right. the rain will not keep us away it's a good day in fact if you want to do some grilling with some barbecue, we have you covered with the forecast as we head into the weekend on friday rain to sun, high temperature coming in at 83 and at the shore the rain could last for a good portion of the day tomorrow
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before you get the late day clearing and a land breeze going on and high of 87 and winds gusting from 15 to 20 miles per hour sustained. and sunday a full day of sunshine a good looking day high temperatures coming in at 81, i wish you could smell it but you can't so i'm just going to show it to you. we have these ribs up on the grill right now. they look fantastic, don't they? we'll bring you back some i know you guys are hungy. >> eight orders of ribs. eight. >> eight? >> i saw how many there were. >> i'm making notes. as we look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast 87 early rain tomorrow returning sun in the afternoon and still muggy, saturday we start muggy and it turns breezy and humidity in the afternoon with a scattered downpour or thunderstorm 89 and sunday is beautiful and full sunshine and mid-80s and back into the upper 80s near 90 going into next week
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and maybe some pop-ups come tuesday and wednesday, and a week from now not bad at 86 degrees, she has her fill and time to bring it home. >> you don't think the ribs make it back? >> i am hoping. i am with you adam.
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and it's entire news team i'm rick williams channel 6 "action news" at 6:00 is next.
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welcome to hell. it's thursday night and the big story tonight is violent confrontation in hamburg.
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this is where president trump and other world leaders begin their meetings tomorrow. police used water cannons and pepper spray to beat back the crowds. earlier in warsaw poland trump called on russia to decease the destabilizing activities. but stopped short of accusing russia of meddling in the u.s. election. and trump will meet with vladimir putin tomorrow. and blasted the u.s. media for treating him unfairly and criticized the u.s. military. it's not the custom to denigrate the u.s. institutions while on foreign soil. david muir will have more on the world news tonight. >> expecting heavy rain and we have got it. sky 6 hd is aimed at philadelphia and you can hardly see it.


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