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7:00 a.m., sunday, september 24. in anther news a car window is shot out after a woman is wounded sitting on her porch in philadelphia. details on the overnight shooting. president trump versus the athletes, the commander-in-chief ratchets up his rhetoric on those taking a knee during the national anthem and tells a popular player he is not welcome to the white house. >> is it fall or summer, the calendar says one thing, mother nature has not gotten the message was we look at this beautiful shot over camden. chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, chris this is bizarre weather. >> reporter: feels like we're going backwards.
around labor day weekend all of a sudden a bunch of 60s and 70s for high temperatures. now we get closer to october here comes the 90s again. 71 degrees in philadelphia. the normal high is 75. we're close to that now. allentown, 63. poconos you started out in the 40s yesterday morning, 54 right now. trenton, 67, millville, 65. cape may, checking in at 68 degrees. here's satellite and radar we have a little bit of cloud cover off the coast. that's actually associated, that's the leading edge of maria, which is working up the eastern seaboard. i'll focus more on maria later in the broadcast him as you look at what's going on across the eastern half of the united states say from the continental divide east ward there's not much to talk about, high pressure is in control, it's what we call a ridge or heat-pump high. which is why we'll see temperatures in the 90s.
here's the call from accuweather, like yesterday, wall-to-wall blue skies, yesterday's high, 88. today we'll reach a high of 91. degrees. the humidity begins to increase. in case you're wondering this is unusually hot, the answer to that is yes. it's not in record territory. record high is 95. the forecasted high is 89, the record is 92. if we get more of a push out of the southwest with the southwesterly breeze maybe we hit 90 or 91 and get closer to the record high. as nydia mentioned this is unusual for this time of the year. i will be back along in just a few minutes and show you relief in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. next weekend this same time we'll be talking about highs in the 60s. >> that will feel good, thank you. president trump is embroiled this morning in more controversy following his two day rant targeting the nfl and the nba as america gets ready to
enjoy one of its favorite pastime football sunday. >> there's been swift condemnation from league executives and players. president trump tweeted right here -- the president's feud with athletes began during a political rally friday night. he said coaches should fire players who take a knee. steph curry has found himself at the center of the firestorm when he said he wasn't sure he wanted to accept a white house invitation to celebrate the nba championship. the president tweeted going to the white house is considered a great honor for championship team, steph curry is hesitating, therefore invitation is withdrawn. >> every player who take a knee
is son of a bleep like huh? the warriors say they will use their trip to celebrate equality and diversity and inclusion. roger goodell and several team owners are standing by their players defending their right to a peaceful protest. >> eagles ceo released a statement reads in part -- eagles wide receiver tory smith tweeted this -- following president trump's criticism football fans were quick to weigh in on this discussion. i don't think you should fire
the guy, if they wants to stand that should be between each individual owner of every franchise, if they don't have a problem with it, the president should. >> it's the demise of the nfl. they might be anyway stadiums are emptying bringing that kind of political agenda into the sports arena. >> i feel like he is telling private companies, which the nfl is these guys should fire them, what's next, what's the next step to that at that point? fire somebody because they don't vote your way. >> the president's remarks come ahead of the third football game of the season. fans will have an eye out for those who go to today's games. the birds host the giants at the linc. they head into the divisional
game 2-1. while the eagles are looking to get back to 500, giants qb eli manning are in search of a first win of the year. "good morning america" weekend will have more on the backlash of trump's intense speech of players kneeling during the national anthem. "good morning america" weekend begins at 8:00 a.m. following "action news." new this morning, police are looking for the person who fired a shotgun at the front of a house in germantown wounding a woman who was sitting on the porch. the action cam was on the scene at stock exchange street. someone walked up own opened fire. the victim was taken to einstein where she is listed in stable condition. so far no arrests. the action cam was at 13th and york street in north
philadelphia where two men were taken into custody after gunshots were fired. "action news" has learned police officers heard shots, they came across the two men with guns. it is not known if the men were responsible for the shots heard or were firing at police. the investigation is on going. 7:07 a.m. philadelphia police are working hard to track down a bank robber who pulled off several crimes. >> investigators say the bandit has committed three crimes in the chinatown section they say he is violent. they want him off the streets as soon as possible. annie mccormick has the details. >> reporter: authorities are investigating if this man is behind multiple armed bank robberies in chinatown in recent weeks. surveillance video captured the man during two recent robberies on north 10th street one on saturday, september 9 after 1:20 p.m. and another monday,
19th before 12:30 p.m. the suspect a black male in his 20s or 30s, 5'10" with a thin build was seen wearing a distinctive hat with philadelphia written on it. and another time wearing sunglasses with gold siding. police have not released surveillance photos, but the assailant facilities the same description down to the sunglasses with gold siding and armed with a knife in midday. chinatown businesses see the wanted posters up, in one case, the assailant threatened an employ's -- employee's life. he is armed and dangerous. >> chinatown is not just a business area, it's a residence area we have community members living here, there are so many community people who doesn't speak english and live in the area, i'm concerned about them. >> reporter: annie mccormick channel 6 "action news."
>> 5th annual women in media conference was held in philadelphia this weekend. theme of this year's event is advocacy and leadership be seen be heard be bold. the event celebrates outstanding women in media. this year's guest of honor was writer activist and former temple poet in residence is . they will have a wide topics on inside story coming up at 11:30 a.m. with tamala edwards. >> firefighters make the climb up the stems at lincoln financial field. we'll tell you about the special fundraiser. less than a week after an earthquake rattled central mexico, the region shakes again.
>> reporter: look atmosphere how the temperatures will climb over the neck 6 hours or so. 91 degrees with increased humidity, it increases through wednesday. i'll let you know how long it last in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast and i'll have the latest on maria right after this so glad ya
6.1 magnitude earthquake shook mexico. the latest quake's epicenter was located in the southeastern area. two people were killed. latest earthquake was the after shock of the 8.1 magnitude earthquake that hit september 2. 71:00 a.m., time for accuweather -- 7:12 a.m., time for accuweather, we're dealing with high crazy temperatures. >> reporter: it's nice and quiet, but unusually hot. you go to denver, places to the
north it's snowing. we have 90s along the eastern seaboard and weather cold enough to produce snow out west. it's a reversal of the pattern we saw 3 or 4 weeks ago, with high temperatures in the 60s around the philadelphia area. they can't a gorgeous shot looking live on sky6 live hd. temperatures today if you're heading to lincoln financial field you need to take it easy this afternoon. we're forecasting a high of 91 for the eagles home opener. unusual to see this heat late in the season. 4:00 p.m., we're up to 90 degrees anticipating a high of 91. what you're not seeing there the humidity starts to increase during the day. it becoming uncreasingly uncomfortable as the -- increasingly uncomfortable as the day goes on. humidity peaks at 65 today. it gets worse monday and tuesday, winds out of the north/northwest at 3 miles per hour. the press -- prus you are --
pressure is holding steady above 30 inches. allentown, 65. poconos, 64. probably the reason we're not seeing much in the way of cloud cover there's a huge area of high pressure sitting over top of the mid atlantic states. it's that high that's helping to keep maria away. maria will approach the east coast of the carolinas, cape hatteras more specifically. as it pulls to the north it runs into the high. the high forces it out to sea. our normal high for this time of the year is 75. we'll see the heat, but this high believable it or not is the saving grace keeps maria off the coast. maximum sustained winds, 110 miles per hour gusts up to 130, the wynfield is very
large -- the wind field is very large. this is the satellite shot, where you're seeing the red that's the strongerrest area of winds. spaghetti plots take it close to north carolina it hits the high and hooks right and goes out to sea. it will not go as close as jose earlier in the week. that's good news for jersey beaches they took a pound with jose, a lot of beach erosion, huge waves, 15-foot waves with the storm. it will be less of an impact than jose. 90 degrees, if you kept the pools open, good for you. winds out of the northeast at 5 to 10 miles per hour. hour by hour, this is a sunny day start to finish. 11:00 a.m., 86. 1:00 p.m., 89. 4:00 p.m., 90. jersey shore, nice day, but you
have the high risk for rip currents. be careful if you venture into the waters. warm and humid, 81 degrees forecasted high on the sands. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, summer-like weather continues through the middle of the week. warm, humid, monday, 89. clouds an sun, 84. wednesday, 84. tuesday and wednesday are very, very sticky. friday the cold front gets in here down to 75. it will feel much better by next weekend, more like fall, highs in the upper 60s, close to 70. nydia? >> philadelphia fire department plus hundreds of supporters gathered at the linc this weekend to honor the 343 firefighters lost on 9/11. this is the first annual 9/11 memorial stair climb and 5. k walk. it is equal to the 110 stories
that firefighters climbed at the world trade center. >> there are still new york city firefighters and police officers and ems workers who are dieing from 9/11 related illnesses there's a huge need for their families and treatment and care. >> reporter: those who couldn't climb the stairs walked around the exterior of the link in a show of support. we'll be right back "healthcheck." ♪ do you want to do a monster check?
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>> reporter: all right, welcome back, everyone, happy sunday to you, forecast for today, it will feel like july. city of philadelphia, 91 degrees, higher humidity levels, as well. it will feel like 92 or 93. jersey shore, there's the relief, 81, nice sea breeze, but we're dealing with rough surf even though jose is pulling away, the maria is pulling closer to the coal line -- carl lines. this is irma approaching the
carolina coast. that high will anchor over mid atlantic states. it will keep maria at bay. the downfall with the high, not only will we see unusually high temperatures, but higher humidity levels on the dewpoint scale, 65 to 70-degree range it's uncomfortable. >> it's indeed. thank you. eagles host the giants for their home opener at the linc this afternoon. >> phillies hope to avoid a sweep as they wrap up their series against the braves in atlanta. here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: the eagles may not be perfect, but the giants are a giant less they are winless they barely scored. the coach threw eli manning under the bus. carson wentz says eagles fans will be electric at the linc for the opener at 1:00 p.m. the birds have won 14 of the
last 18 matchups including five of the last 6. they won three straight against new york at the linc they plan to keep it going with an electric atmosphere this afternoon. >> they are a good football team, they were a good football team last year, they are similar to last year. we're excited it's a home opener and coming here. hopefully we'll kick the opener off the right way. >> the giants are the giants. the giants are going to come here and try to beat us, we have to do what we do, we can take no opponent lightly. no matter beat up they are, they will come to play. >> reporter: barclay running back, he racks up a school record 358 all purpose ride including 211 rushing. what a crazy finish. penn state down 4, from the
seven no time left, johnson from glassboro, new jersey, penn state wins, 21-19 the walkoff winner with no time left wow. they are 4-0. >> the environment here was tremendous, so much respect, but our team believes we've done this for two years, we believe we didn't play the way we wanted to play. iowa played somed defense and made us earn it. >> in atlanta, the phillies rookies dancing to grease lightning this is the scene at the hotel in atlanta. players and wigs doing their best john travolta impression, reese hoskins, 46bri.
phils -- rbi. oh, no, the pinch hit 2-run double. phillies lose, their third straight loss, they try to avoid the sweep in atlanta later today. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski. have a great day. first lady president trump is in the canada meeting with the u.s. athletes in the invictus games. she met with prince harry who set up the games three years ago. more than 500 injuried wounded servicemen and women are taking part in the 1 sports designed for them. >> 7:28. we have much more "action news" sunday morning coming our way in just a bit stay with us.
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let's go outside to chris sowers is it behind you? >> reporter: it's funny i was outside putting up the halloween decorations yesterday i was sweating. it didn't feel like the end of september originning of -- or the beginning of october. feels like july. 91 today and the humidity comes up, too. pottstown, 62. malvern, 65. center city, 71. the normal high for this time of the year is 75. we're only 4 degrees shy of that. cinnaminson, 62. glassboro, 60. cape may, 67 degrees. satellite and radar you see a lot of sunshine out there today. just like yesterday bright blue skies with the high anchored overhead. the air will sink when you have sinking air it's impossible to get any kind of cloud cover out there. we'll see mostly clear conditions today before the
clouds increase tomorrow and that will be the leading edges of maria. eagles take on the giants at the linc. sunny and hot, 80 degrees at the first quarter. 4th quarter, 90 to 92. pace yourself out there, throw in a bottle of water here and there. when i come back we'll focus on hurricane maria the track, the stats and the impact for the jersey shore. >> look forward to the update. 7:32 a.m., a monster of a fire gutted this south philadelphia warehouse. look at the flames. the action cam on the scene, the 1700 block of water street. the fire was reported at 2:20 a.m. when firefighters got to the scene the one story buildings as you see was engulfed in flames. it took 40 minutes for crews to
gain control of the fire. no reports of injuries, no reports on what caused the fire. america is putting on a display of military might as tension continue to escalate with north korea. >> yesterday, the rogue nation said targeted the u.s. mainland was inevitable after quote mr. evil president donald trump, escalated the rhetoric. president trump tweeted -- new u.s. fighter jets flew the farthest north of the demilitarized zone than any bomber or u.s. aircraft has flown in the 21st industry. it's -- 21st century.
>> iran showed off a missile saying it's capable of carrying multiple warheads and has a range of 1200 miles that means it can reach israel and saudi arabia. the president said they will press ahead with the missile capability and military defenses. president trump tweeted a response criticizing the nuclear deal with iran saying it's not much of an agreement. "good morning america" weekend will have more on the threats from north korea and the missile tests from iran. "good morning america" is following this broadcast at 8:00. >> police took a suspect into custody in connection with a hit-and-run in north philadelphia. it happened at broad and glenwood avenue. police say a 47-year-old man was crossing a street when he was hit by a car. the vehicle we're told did not stop. the victim later died at the
scene. neither the victim north suspect have been identified. police arrested this man michael williams for setting fire to a home in bear, delaware. it happened this weekend, firefighters were called to the unit block of saratoga drive before 5:00 a.m. the home as you can see it's completely destroyed. the residents got out safely they are being assisted by the red cross of delmarva. there's no word on a possible motive. this morning the president of the united states against nearly every professional athlete in the country. this is video of oakland a's catcher bruce maxwell taking a flee during the national had an. >> he is the first marriage league baseball player -- major league baseball player to take the action. athletics organization released a statement following last night's game saying they quote
respect and support all players constitutional rights and freedom of expression. >> this comes after president trump at remarks during a rally in alabama on friday in which he said players who take a knee during the national anthem should be fired. yesterday's golden state warriors point guard steph curry said he wasn't sure he would go to the white house to celebrate the championship. white house recinded the invite. kobe bryant tweeted, potus who is name alone creates division and anger whose words create dissension and anger can make america great again. president trump is mired in low approval ratings.
39% approve. 57 disapprove. it's the lowest of any president at this point in polls dating back to harry truman's presidency. barack obama enjoyed 54%. and george bush had a 90% approval rating at this point in their presidency. happening today the mayor of the city of wilmington will declare september 24 a day of remembrance for the city's fallen firefighters. on this day last year, a house fire led to the death of three firefighters, jerry frickis. and captain leech and firefighter hope. it will be an effort to honor the firefighters along with those first responders who place their lives on the line. hundreds of volunteers rolled into norristown for a
community event. the convoy of hope took over the grounds of eisenhower middle school to give folks everything from free grossries to free dental screenings. >> 738 much more to come on "action news," a world renown oprah singer is coming to philadelphia. we'll tell you where and when you can hear the beautiful sounds of rene fledge. fledge -- flemming. after losing everything in hurricane irma, a family is trying to pick up and start over again we'll share their story. it's beautiful day, but warm, what's up with that, meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather
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>> some will florida victims from hurricane irma got help from their home team. the miami dolphins front office drove to the west coast to help a hard hit community. the executive director said she was proud to stand by florida residents in need. victims. hurricane irma are trying to pick up the pieces. the couple's home that was
destroyed by the monster storm are in the delaware valley with the hopes of we building their lives. they lost everything they owned when irma hit the florida keys this month. bob brooks has the story. >> reporter: everything you own in the back of a pickup. sounds like moving away from home for the first time. >> 17-year-old getting your first payment -- apartment with what mom gave you. >> reporter: this is everything they own. >> it's not much at all, considering 20 years down there. >> reporter: down there is the florida keys. they lived in this beautiful home on ram rod key. after they returned everything they had was destroyed. >> diane took the video when she walked in for the first time. >> everything rearranged. everything. >> reporter: the second floor blown off. the first floor in their belongs
belongs -- belongings flooded and ruined. >> a mirror i painted for my girl nine years ago. >> reporter: they moved back permanently to the delaware valley arriving early this morning. their bedroom for the time being is in the basement of ron's brother's home in gloucester city. >> the family help them in good times and bad times. >> reporter: like so many after all the hurricanes they have to start over. ron is a plumber, he is looking for work. >> i have my tools to do work, plumbing if any plumbers need a good plumber. >> diane is a waitress, but boyds losing it all they have -- besides losing it all, they have their health and family and dog mica. it's devastating, what are you going to do, you push forward or you just stop. there's to stopping.
if you want to help them head to 6abc.com that's where we put a go fund me link where you can make a donation to them and help them get back on their feet. bob brooks channel 6 "action news." >> what a touching story that is. the important thing they have their lives and families to come back to. >> reporter: we're looking at maria, looks like maria will miss the east coast. hopefully maria behaves herself and heads out to sea. with that said, maria will come close enough to produce impacts for the jersey shore. mainly large waves and rough surf and rip currents tuesday and wednesday. looks like a direct hit we should avoid. there's good news there. it's beautiful, though, you can see a little bit of wave action in cape may. 91 degrees is the forecasted high. that is normal, actually the normal for july is 87. at no point is 91 ever considered normal. especially this time of the
career when the actual normal high is going down. the normal is 75. we're 16 degrees above seasonal averages. 70 degrees is where we started out this morning. 71 now. that's close to the normal high. the big story for us, over the next 3 to 4 days will be the heat and humidity. reading, 63, dover, 63. an trenton, 67 degrees. the set up remains the same. huge area of high pressure anchored over the mid atlantic states. the remnants of jose sitting and spinning off cape cod 250, 300 miles to the southeast still close enough to produce the large waves. the high will prevent maria from coming into it will hook right at the carolinas and go out to sea. hot and humid today, 91 degrees, sunny skies, monday, sun and clouds, still hot. the humidity gets worse monday
afternoon. the today's feels like term, 91 or 92 -- temperature, 91 or 92. tomorrow, it will feel like 92 or 93. hermosillo -- hurricane maria, category 2 maximum sustained wind 110 miles per hour. we're seeing the tropical force wind expand out there. the hurricane force winds expand out. even though the eye itself will not make landfall, with the wind field being as big as it is, you will experience tropical storm force winds in the carolinas and maybe hurricane force winds for cape hatteras and the outer banks.
it approaches wednesday morning and makes the right hand turn. it should be far enough off the coast with the impacts felt from 0 us. it's not close to what they dealt with jose. what you experience with jose, cut it in half, that's what we'll see with maria. we're not expecting 16-foot waves. as a matter of fact as we look at the wave heights and fast forward it it along the green shade as we approach the delaware and beaches in atlantic city. it makes a turn and spares the jersey shore and the delaware beaches from beach erosion than what you saw with jose. sunny and hot today, 91. war warm and sticky be tomorrow, 89 tuesday, warm and sticky, 84 degrees. thursday, there could be a shower in the afternoon, that's
the cold front that changes the weather in our favor if you like fall weather. >> eventually it will feel like fall. >> reporter: and eventually we'll have snow. >> facebook opening its wallet to help others. the social media giant says it's sending a million dollars to help the victims of the mexico earthquake earmarked for the red cross to rebuild the areas decimated by the powerful trembler. people have been using facebook to come together after the disaster.
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i don't dress up for halloween. 91, sunny and hot. 89 tomorrow. tuesday and wednesday, we cool it down, but the humidity is high. 84 tuesday, 84 wednesday. relief comes on friday, it's a canadian with an front. norm humidity it's 75. from that point on, it will stay fall-like. >> finally. thank you. "good morning america" weekend is next. "action news" continues at 9:00 a.m. here's a look at the stories we have for you. if you consider fido or snowball part of your family. it may be good for your health. >> an e-mail from amazon left many customers scratching their head. i got that e-mail. the big mistake and what caused. plus, meteorologist chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, have a great sunday! fran grenier.
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