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>> good morning, it is 6:00 a.m. on this sunday, september 7. here's what's happening on "action news," are you ready for some football? the eagles open the season this afternoon at the linc. >> a memorial today will celebrate joan rivers life she left a legacy on stage and tv. a live report from new york ahead. >> fire tears through a montgomery home. ment blaze was apparently sparked by lightning. >> meteorologist chris sowers is here with a check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. you have your eagles green tie
on. >> reporter: you're ready. >> reporter: i'm ready, four months now. it feels fantastic out there, we'll get you outside and start you with a view of cape may. that's cape may. you can see it's quiet out there this morning. we have clouds holding on for the shorepoints, but everybody will see a decent amount of sunshine later this afternoon. the humidity levels have really dropped off. temperatures are 10 to 15 degrees cooler than yesterday at the same time. 64 in reading. allentown, 63. philadelphia, 67 and millville. 65. anywhere from 5 to 11 degrees cooler than yesterday at this time. again, you take in the fact there's not that much humidity out there, it's fantastic. storm tracker 6 live double scan we had the showers and thunderstorms that blasted through. we had numerous storms produce
60-mile an hour wind gusts and torrential downpours. damage was limited, but we did see trees down and power outages with the system. 69 degrees by 9:00 a.m., lunchtime, 75. 3:00 p.m., 80 degrees that is the forecasted high. feels-like temperatures may be a degree or two cooler than the actual air temperature. 6:00 p.m., 75 degrees, gradual increase in sunshine. we see the clouds roll back in tomorrow. there's a small system working up the eastern seaboard, could bring showers awnd -- monday and tuesday, and cool shot next week. >> the link will be jammed as the birds kick off the 2014 season against jacksonville. football season is back. chip kelly and gus bradley were finalist for the eagles coaching
job and today they square off. bradley leads the jags to the linc. the eagles traded for saints star running back darren sprals. coach kelly kept sprallss under wraps. >> he can do a lot, he is a talented runner, you'll see him carrying the football he is a weapon coming out of the backfield. >> you'll have to wait and see. you know what he has done in his career. he is a tremendous guy in the locker room, so the key is getting him the ball at the opportune time to let him do his thing. >> malcom jenkins is a key
tested veteran in the secondary, he is eager for this opener. >> i hope it's crazy. like i said, everybody is waiting since last off season, since january, to wait for this time to come back, everybody is tired of watching basketball and baseball and soccor and all that tough. it's the real deal. >> ducis rogers will be along at noon for a live report at the linc previewing the birds and the jags. >> over here at the "action news" big board we have a freebie for all the eagles fans heading to the link before the game starts. septa is all of these free rides to the game on the broad street subway line from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. there's no fares or transfers needed. the pheobies are thanks to a
partnership with miller light. we want do you know do you have any special game ritual, do you have a favorite food you have to have, or a lucky shirt, tells what you do on game day and share your pictures over on mine and in it i -- nydia's facebook pages. we've got you covered for kickoff. 11:30, ducis rogers brings you game day kickoff live from the link. all the latest news on the birds just before "action news" at noon and the game. and then at 11:35 tonight eagles game day final recaps week one of the 2014 season. the entire "action news" sports team has it covered for you. nydia? >> thank you. switching gears jones rivers has made people laugh for a half industry. she made history along the way becoming the first and only woman to only host a late night
broadcast talk show. today a memorial for rivers is expected to be private. a failure well to a woman who adored the spotlight. abc marcie wallace is live at the temple where the memorial will takes place. >> reporter: nydia we're told that a red carpet will be rolled out when joan's friends and family gather to pay their final respects. joan rivers daughter melissa kissing her mother's casket ahead of her funeral. an emotional goodbye to one of the most ground breaking. >> here's joan rivers. >> can we talk. >> reporter: beloved comedian of our time. >> the force and power of her comedy was overwhelming.
>> reporter: joan rivers died thursday at mount sinai hospital in new york after going into cardiac arrest after a a routine procedure on her throat. the medical examiner investigating the circumstance of her death as a memorial grows outside her new york city home. >> what's the outpouring been like? >> humbling. >> reporter: melissa rivers touched by the outpouring of love. >> i want it to be hollywood all the way. >> reporter: not many details of the funeral have been released, but we know that many of her
famous friends will be at temple emmanuel for the private service set to begin at 11:30 a.m. live in new york, marcie gonzalez. we'll have a live report on the funeral at 8:00 p.m. a suspect robber was shot by a man who he tried to hold up. the two got into a scuffle inside a takeout restaurant. the victim got a hold of suspect's gun and shot him. the would-be robber was hit in the neck and collapsed nearby. he was rushed to temple university hospital. the man who shot him fled into a home. he was taken away and questioned by police. a lightning strike parentally sparked this house fire in abington. the fire company sent us video
of flames shooting from the home on harding avenue. thunderstorms were moving across the area at the time the fire started. a man inside was able to escape safely. it took about an hour and a half for fire crews to get the up hand. >> 6:09. there's much more to come on "action news" sunday morning. >> narcotics agents pull marijuana plants from the scene of a double shooting in philadelphia. the gunfire ended in murder. >> the showdown with isis. there were new u.s. airstrikes overnight. a local rehab hospital makes a dream come true for a woman recently paralyzed. they helped her mary the love of her life. >> reporter: big changes in temperature, we're seeing numbers in the 50s and 60s, yesterday we topped out at 93. yesterday. today we struggle to
>> welcome back, it is 6:12, 68 degrees, sky6 live hd taking a live look at center city. we don't have to tell you what the big story is today. first regular season game against the jaguars. the eagles are ready. this is our first step of course toward a another winning season. ♪ it's the most wonderful time. ♪ . ♪ i'm excited about a first step
toward a winning season. let's get you outside, all is good on sunday morning. it feels fantastic out there, a whole lot better than yesterday, yesterday we had oppressive humidity levels. high temperatures officially in philadelphia, we climbed to 93 degrees, mount holly, 92. him allentown, middletown, glass borough, 92. for a brief time there were a few locations that hit the century mark with 100 degrees in terms of of the heat index. today the cold front has pushed through. temperatures have dropped off nicely on the opposite side of the front. humidity levels have gone down, as well. 67 degrees in philadelphia. millville, 65. allentown, 63. trenton, 62. reading, 64. these numbers were all in the 70s this time yesterday. now we're seeing 50s. allentown, dewpoint, 57. philadelphia, 59 and wildwood sitting at 61 degrees. the dewpoints will stay on the
comfortable side over the next several days. they may creep back up there come tuesday, because there's a small, coastal system that will ride the eastern seaboard, the winds will shift out of the east that's an ocean influence for us, but temperatures in the 70s. even tuesday it will not feel that bad. him thursday it turns a little bit more humid with a dewpoint of 69. most of the new upcoming workweek looks comfortable. satellite and radar, there's that nasty line of storms that blew through yesterday evening, produced severe weather. we have reports of winds as high as 60 miles per hour north and west of the city. now that's left is little batch of moisture working off the delmarva. everybody seeing partly to mostly clear conditions. we'll see a gradual increase in sunshine as the day wears on. we'll call it mild, all the soupy air is out to sea. as we get into monday and tuesday, the same frontal system that barreled in here will stall
off the coast and push back north in our direction. because of that, the winds will shift out of the east and we could see moisture with that same frontal system for areas east of philadelphia, when we get into the main afternoon showers on monday and once again on tuesday, this thing blows to the in order to we'll see the return of sunshine. future tracker 6, the idea for the day is gradual increase in sunshine, game time it looks great, lots of sun, overnight tonight we're clear, and then we get into tomorrow. there's going to be a dividing line let's call it from the delaware river east you'll see clouds tomorrow, there will be showers breaking out toward the shore. north and west you're seeing a decent amount of sunshine, monday evening same thing, probably the same thing for tuesday, if you're west of the city, more than likely over the next 48 hours let's say for monday and tuesday on you'll not see much in the way of moisture. however, if you're east of the delaware river you'll see showers monday and tuesday.
today, cooler, less humid, sun and clouds, 80 degrees. 3:00 p.m., we're peaking 80 degrees. feeling like 78 or 79. there's no humidity out there. 6:00 p.m., 79 degrees, we'll call it mostly sunny. le overnight tonight, cloudy, cooler, 53 degrees, for the western suburbs. 63 for center city. 73 degrees tomorrow, clouds and shower east of philadelphia. 73 degrees for the high, ten degrees below average at that point. wednesday sun and clouds, 79. thursday is humid, afternoon thunderstorms are possible at 84. friday clouds and sun, 80. saturday turning cooler again, 72. him next sunday looks like highs stay in the 60s. >> don't forget you can take 6abc.com with you. the new smart design fits any device you have, whether it's your tablet or smart phone, no matter how large or small that screen. check it out by visiting 6abc.com.
continue spending. it will take up a bill to expand president obama's power to use military force in iraq. isis militants in the area have been closing in on the dam. today's airstrikes move u.s. fighter jets closer to the syrian border where the main forces of isis are entrenched. the planes have not hit targets in syria. president obama is delaying action on immigration until after the november elections. white house officials say the president decided executive action during the midterm campaign would politicize the issue. >> outraged and disappointed and fruts traited -- frustrated about another delay of the president. many incumbents in so-called red states could bear the brunt of
voter backlash. a senior official said the president will take action before the end of year. >> rescuers say there are no signs of debris of the small plane that crashed off jamaica. the plane was carrying a real estate developer and his wife from rochester new york to naples florida when it veered off course. they tracked the plane and spotted the pilot slumped over. the windows were frosted which meeps there may have been a loss of cabin male announcer: experience the wonders of maryland, when you hike, bike, drive or paddle along our civil war trails driving and walking tours with plenty of stops to enjoy along the way. learn more at visitmaryland.org. land of discovery.
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you're looking at storm tracker 6 live double scan which has calmed down dramatically from yesterday evening always the cold front blasted through an produced severe weather in parts of the conveyer. now the front system is sitting off the coast. the only issue we'll see in the next 48 hours, we'll see sunshine, but the front will stall on monday. the small area of low pressure it is small, we're not talking a huge coastal storm. the small area of low pressure will develop. places east of philadelphia monday and tuesday afternoon probably everybody east of that line right there will see showers monday and tuesday. west there see a decent amount of sun. forecast for today looks really, really nice, huge change from yesterday. eagles attacking on jacksonville a home opener, very pleasant feeling like football weather, 77 degrees when they kick off by the 4th quarter, temperatures
around 80. nydia. >> continuing the sports scene now, the phillies go for the sweep in washington and eyes on the eagles defense going into the season opener. here's jamie apody. >> reporter: today's the day, the long lull is over finally. today is the day football is back. all eyes will be on the eagles defense, a little later on who left little to be desired dead last in the nfl. luckily they place the jackson team who else best receiver, didn't make the trip. they will have four whiteouts only one has caught a pass in the nfl. so what is the goal today? >> the goal is not to give up a lot of points. they don't score they don't win, we feel like our offense can put up points against anybody. >> it's i am -- imperative for
us to approve we're not pushovers. >> we'll have you covered from start to finish. tune into game day kickoff. we'll break it down at 11:35 p.m. on eagles game day final. explain this to me, explain how the phillies have been so bad all year, they have the nats number, five straight wins against the top team in the nl east. bases loaded in the third ryan howard's 2-run single gave them a 2-run lead. phillies won 3-1. they have won 12 of their last 17. imagine how james franklin felt when he entered beaver stadium for the first time. the former neshaminy star always
dreamed of playing at penn state and now he ends up as their head coach. they pull away in the 4th quarter. he ran like an outlaw being chased. penn state won 21-3. temple home opener not as kind to them. owls hosting navy, sands errs take it all the way for the touchdown. navy rushed 487 yards. in the 4th, fitzpatrick took path from pj walker. here's their last shot with no time left on the clock, walker was the final snap. he scrambled inside the ten, he lateraled the ball. navy 11-0 at the linc. that's sports for this morning, you go out and have a great day.
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helping to bridge the digital divide. >> new on "action news," a 7-eleven clerk comes face-to-face with a robber. >> plus the rain has moved out and now we're enjoying a break from the heat. >> the weather is looking perfect for this afternoon's eagles season opener. send us your fan photos and thoughts on the team. head to our facebook pages this morning. >> we'll look at those in a moment. no bigger eagles fan than chris sowers. >> reporter: we have a great forecast in time for the birds' opener. let's go outside, we have a little bit of cloud cover hanging on. you'll see a quick increase in sunshine over the next couple of hours as the frontal system that produced the severe spotty
weather yesterday works out to sea. 67 degrees in philadelphia. the same time yesterday we were in the mid 70s so quite a difference temperature-wise in the city. trenton, 62. allentown, 63. reading sitting at 64. of the and lancaster a much cooler 62 degrees, these are the feels-like temperatures later this afternoon. for a time yesterday, some areas were over the century mark of 100 degrees in terms of our heat index. 78 for philadelphia. reading 73 this is game time. 69 degrees for the poconos. 76 degrees in trenton. much, much better feeling fantastic. that's the call from accuweather, you can see mixed skies, clouds and sun by afternoon, 80 degrees. it's going to feel like the upper 70s with a dramatic decrease in the humidity. we have issues we have to talk about in terms of weather over the next couple of days. this is satellite and radar. there's the front that pushed through during the overnight
hours. you'll see this small little area of low pressure develop. this front will stall and that will ride up the frontal system and swing through here monday and tuesday. this is for all areas east of the city. you go west of the city cruel see a decent amount of sun. new jersey, especially the coast, lots of clouds there will be showers around and it could be windy at times, i'll talk about that in the seven-day forecast when we come back in just a bit. >> all right, chris. it is eagles first regular game, the long wait is over, the second season under chip kelly leadership kickoff with the jaguars at 1:00 p.m. i asked you to show us your eagles' pride, and you did. we have simone cheering on her birds. can you say hello to 3450eu parents james and nancy scot of
south philly. hello to james and nancy scott of south philly. we have the mcguire family from smyrna, delaware. the eagles offense expected to be better than it was last year, even without desean jackson. the defense remains the big question with this team. last year it was dead last in its ability to stop the pass. we talked to eagles fans in center city. >> the jaguars not that strong of a team, so i think it's a nice easy win, i love our chances. >> this is my first year in a fantasy draft. nick foles is my number one in the draft, we're going to kill
it, finally. >> ducis rogers will be along at noon for a live report at the linc previewing the birds and the jagging back to you. >> a robber is on the run after holding up a 7-eleven in lower merion. the holdup happened at 3:30. the robber got away on foot with an undetermined amount of cash. no injuries were reported. >> one man is dead, a second critically injured during a double shooting on the 5300 block of angora terrace in cobbs creek. narcotics removed marijuana plants from the home. kenneth moten has more on the bloodshed inside that due -- duplex. >> reporter: philadelphia police got the call around 8:00 p.m. there is a confrontation in the
doorway of a house between two men when one pulled out a gun and shot the other who lived at the home. the man in his 0s was shot once in the chest and armpit. he was pronounced on the scene and police found a gun under his body. the bullets hit a 24-year-old man in the head on the right side of his body he was discovered on the steps of the second floor and transmitted to the hospital of university of pennsylvania in extremely critical condition. during the search police found 30 marijuana plants in the house, they don't know if the shooting was drug related. there were 3 witnesses in the house who were giving investigators details about the shooting. >> sources on the scene indicate that the shooter came to the scene to confront the male who lives at the address. the confrontation curled in the doorway at which point in time the system -- occurred in the doorway there, at which point in
time the suspect produced a gun. >> the gunman was known to the victim so they hope to get an idea soon to find him. the names of the victims have not been released. kenneth moten channel 6 "action news." >> viewing will be held at our lady of sorrows church in linwood, new jersey. the 14-year-old died after being on life support. on thursday 1,000 students turned out for a vigil for the teen. her car was hit by a pick up truck on august 30th. she and four soccer teammates were going to a soccer game the other girls survived the crash. >> two women were struck by lightning during storms in massachusetts. strong winds rain and lightning pounded the boston area last
night. the women were struck at crane beach. both are in critical condition. in michigan strong winds brought down a 200-year-old oak tree that landed on the home. nobody was hurt. in west virginia, heavy rain caused flooding and power outages. a bye partisan sum -- bipartisan summit will be held to discuss the future of atlantic city. late last week, trump taj announced it was having it's own financial problems, the taj has not said it is actually shutting down. tomorrow is the first day of school for philadelphia public school students. they will join students from charter schools in the city who started school last week. 130 students are in the public school system.
tune into "action news" to help get your kids out the door and on time for the first day of school. the morning team is on at 4:30 with all the traffic and weather information you need to know. follow them on twitter with the hash tag 6abc bts. a local couple for more than a decade knew they were meant to be. after tragedy struck a month ago they decided to make it official and mcgee rehab in philadelphia helped them make it happen. >> reporter: minutes before heading down the oil -- aisle, the bride got the finishing touches. just four weeks ago this couple of more than a decade didn't have a care in the world, and while on vacation, a freak accident in a hotel pool in jamaica paralyzed saria, she remains in the hospital.
>> i feel wonderful. >> ironically it's not about the accident, we thought we had all the time in the world, looking at her, when the accident occurred, you wake up and you say what are you waiting for. >> reporter: when they decided to tie the knot here at the hospital, the hospital does everything they could to throw 24 together. >> it was a lot of pressure before the heat started coming down on us. >> reporter: friends and relatives rushed into "action news" getting things together, photographer, flowers and including a native dress from her native malaysia. there are reminders that life is different. >> can't write, so everything is in my memory, i've been running through it, it will be a little bit more candid than what would be expected.
>> reporter: it hadn't changed a bit for couple who continues to laugh even now. she picked rolling on the river as she steered the wheelchair down the aisle toward her groom laughing the whole way. today was about a philadelphia love story and a couple who needed help from their friends to make it happen. >> it is my profound pleasure i am honored to pronounce you man and wife. >> reporter: annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> beautiful, isn't it? much more to come on "action news," sky6 live hd taking a live look. chris sowers back next with the accuweather forecast. >> saving with 6abc gives you tips to cut costs on back to school lunches you don't have to go very far. philadelphia orchestra is about to start it's soap that
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>> all right, game day today, perfect weather today. >> reporter: perfect forecast. let's go live on sky 6. the front is in the process of sweeping through, pushing all that uncomfortable air out to sea. today will be a much better day. there's the view in cape may. we have quite are a bit of cloud cover, the front is hanging offshore. during the afternoon for folks on the beechtion -- beaches, you'll clear out nicely.
millville, 64. reading, 63. ful trenton, 62. more noticeable than the temperature drop is the fact that the humidity leaves have gone down which fueled all this violent weather yesterday. storm prediction center put the whole area under a risk for severe weather as this became more intense as what was previously being forecasted at least by the spc. now that frontal system is working out to sea, it's cleared the coast at this point. now we're seeing the winds shift out of the north that's a much cooler breeze for us and it dries everything out, so it feels good. le there's the frontal system knocking on the door of washington, d.c., 71 degrees, philadelphia, 67. the front has cleared the at this time of brotherly love, 66 and new york and buffalo, 52.
this is the air mats that will -- air mass that will work south and east. high pressure, cool canadian high in control over the next couple of days. we'll call it mild. no longer that stifling stuffy air out to sea. we'll see is a decent amount of sunshine today. the frontal that has cleared out, that will work back 0 toward the north we'll get a small area of low pressure develop that will run along the coastline. areas closest to the beach you'll see clouds and showers. le the farther west you go you'll see sunshine. future tracker 6, gradual increase in sunshine. overnight tonight, cooler temperatures in the 50s, north ran west, low 60s in the city. here we go, here's monday, we'll see the clouds increase across south jersey. everybody east of the delaware
river. there's showers out there, as well. i'm a little bit more bullish on the wet weather for south jersey and the jersey shore tomorrow afternoon and the same thing for tuesday, today is a nice beach day. tomorrow is lousy on the sands. him you'll see winds gusting as high as 30, 35 miles per hour and tuesday, not looking too nice on the beach, either. today, partial sun, 77 degrees, if you're doing boating, the waves are choppy, 3 to 4 feet, not too bad. 80 degrees is the forecasted high for the city. cooler less humid, combination of sun and clouds, winds out of the north at 5 to 15 miles per hour. overnights, 53 degrees, outlying suburbs, 63 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 80 degrees today, about 76 for tomorrow. tomorrow is going to feel really nice, low humidity levels. tuesday, cooler, 73 degrees. that's ten degrees below average we're going from temperature ten degrees above average to ten
below. wednesday, sun and clouds, 79. thursday, warmer and 84. friday, 80 degrees and saturday, 72. there's models that have sunday night monday time frame with 60s in for the highs. that will feel like fall. >> back to school time as an adjustment for kids, and it's a change for parents. they have to budget making lunches for kids. we have saving with 6abc. >> reporter: as kids head back to school, if you want to save money, the kitchen is thrifty choice. >> it's so easy to say you're going to buy lunch. at high kids school district this year buying lurch is $4 a day. what are you getting for that
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september 7. here's what's happening on "action news." are you ready for some football? the eagles open the season this afternoon at the linc. >> a memorial today will celebrate joan rivers life. she left a legacy on stage and tv. a live report from new york ahead. fire tears through an montgomery home sparked by lightning. outside we go to chris sowers and the accuweather forecast. feels good out there. >> reporter: it feels a lot better, the cold front has come through and temperatures have dropped off, and we have a nice little breeze blowing from time to time. let's go back to yesterday, i know a lot of you don't want to. le here's the actual air temperature, northeast philadelphia, 95 degrees, philadelphia, 93. i think that was the second warmest temperatures we've seen this year. glassboro, 92. middletown, delaware, 92678 allentown, 92 degrees.