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>> good morning, it is 6:00 a.m. on this saturday, september 27. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news." philadelphia police investigate after a mother is killed and a child hospitalized after both are hit by a septa bus. a major drug bust nets dozens of arrests in a violent delaware county community. former president clinton and his wife are grandparents. we have details on daughter chelsea giving birth. first, chris sowers joins us with the accuweather forecast, it's the first weekend of fall, but feels like summer. >> reporter: let's go live on sky 6. a george -- gorgeous weekend shaping up for the lehigh valley. we'll see sunshine and warm temperatures slides in.
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there's a view of the penns landing, we're seeing a little bit of patchy fog in some of the outlying areas. otherwise it's tranquil and quiet. 52 in quakertown, 49 manners creek. that's a little -- martins creek. that's a little chilly. coatsville, 54. oxford, 50. gandys beach 55. glassboro, 50. buena, 55. hammonton, 53. you notice the temperature. water, delaware bay into the 60s. same thing the atlantic ocean we're starting to see things cool off a little bit in terms of of the water. air temperature we're going in the opposite direction. high pressure sliding in from the west. not much in the way of clouds at all today. as a matter of fact you won't see a cloud in the sky at all. we're expecting mostly sunny skies, look at this, wall-to-wall blue start to finish. 9:00 a.m., 69 degrees, noon, 78. 3:00 p.m., 82 and back down to
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76. we have another coastal storm developed i'll show you that in the seven-day forecast when i come back in just a bit. >> an investigation continues this morning into a deadly crash involving a septa bus. a mother and child were crossing the street and a young mother was killed. >> reporter: it's the type of tragedy that no young child should seeing a parent die. a 29-year-old mother was walking with her 8-year-old son when the two tried to cross the street at 15th and washington in south philadelphia. as septa bus was making a left turn on to washington when the investigators say the mom and son got in the path of the bulls. >> the bus was in motion, i suspect based on what i understand they knew the bus was in motion and they tried to outrun the bus as it was making the turn.
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>> reporter: the mother fell under the front tire and became entangled under the bus, the boy was struck, but expected to be okay. but his mother's injury injuries were too severe and she died at the scene. the boy stayed at his mom's side and try to to save her life. >> this little boy watched this happen to his mother and tried render said to her and when police arrived he was sitting with her. >> reporter: philadelphia police department and septa are conducting an internal investigation they are interviewing the bus driver. no passengers were on the bus at the time of the accident. there was a third person who was attempted to cross the street with this mom and son, they are speaking with him. as for the 8-year-old he is recovering at chop. in south philadelphia, sharrie
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williams channel 6 "action news." >> new this morning, gunfire on a street in the strawberry mansion section of philadelphia has left one man dead. the action cam was on the scene after 1:00. the 2900 block of west oakdale street. this is where someone shot a 39-year-old man in the head. the victim was pronounced at temple hospital. police have not made any arrests. no word at this hour for a motive on the the shooting. >> 61-year-old man is fighting for his life after a shooting in the juniata park section on the 1500 block of east luzerne street. police have no suspects for motives in that shooting. >> police are looking for a person who led police on a chase in kensington. the suspect bailed from the car and tried to fake out officers by walking counts street talking on his cell phone.
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close to 50 people prayed and marched for aisha abdur-rahman last night in the logan section the 15-year-old delaware valley charter student killed by a stray bullet on monday. yesterday police announce the the arrest of gibson the star football player from father drug was accused of directing darian person to shoot at that location. at the vigil the community members prayed for the family and called for an end to gun violence. >> our hearts go out to the family of aisha abdur-rahman and all those in the philadelphia area who have lost young people. >> gibson has been charged as an adult for murder and conspiracy. 30 drug dealers are off the streets of chester and the city will help to keep them off possibly for life.
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federal agents made the arrest. the feds plan to prosecute the alleged dealers. dealers have terrorized the city. >> people were afraid to walk out their doors, they are afraid to sit near windows afraid to let their kids come outside. they didn't know if they were coming out and finding their car with the window shot up. >> the alleged ring leader donald womack is on the run police are looking for him, as well as john dennis and spencer pertain. pertain -- paynee. a respiratory illness is suspected in the death of a boy. investigators are trying to find out if it is entrovirus 68 entrovirus the preschool classroom is being
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sanitized. a severe case of a virus is confirmed in delaware. a child tested positive for entrovirus 68. the intrieferls -- virus can cause mild to severe symptoms. 20 wounded warriors took part in an important tournament in in in mays landing. it is part of a program that helps vets get back back up on their feet and involved in sports. annie mccormick has the story. >> reporter: a day on the courts courts -- course for this foursome is something of a miracle. >> no, i thought i would be dead be to be out here and able to do this is amazing. >> reporter: this group of injured and disabled war veterans have gone from hell and back, some have lost limbs and live with life ating injuries. >> we like to flock toward people who have similar
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experiences like we have we surrounded ourselves with guys who've the same thing. >> reporter: that bond is on mays landing golf course the new home of the south jersey chapter of disabled u.s.a. war fighters sports. >> we provide warriorses who have been injured in iraq and afghanistan the opportunity to learn the game of golf. >> not only are we taken care of, but our caregivers as well. >> reporter: the organization teachers veterans golf and other sports and reintegrates them into society. funds will be used to provide adaptive equipment and instruction for warriors and caregivers at no charge. apple kauffman started the event four years ago, but she was
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murdered before she saw it come to fruition. her daughter came in her place. organizers are hoping next year they will have more people on the greens. in mays landing annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> bill and hillary clinton are grand parents. their daughter gave birth to a baby girl yesterday, her name is charlotte. which hechelsea said she and mac mezvinsky mez are full of love and gratitude. there's much more to come on "action news" this saturday morning, if you're planning to fly home for the holidays for a pair to dig deeper into your pocket if you check a bag. plus getting a helping hand from mother nature much-needed rain is falling where firefighters
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have been battling a stubborn wildfire. >> reporter: we have an unusually warm weekend on tap for the delaware valley along the eastern seaboard. but next week, things .
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>> nearly an inch of rain has helped about 8,000 firefighters get the upper hand on a massive wildfire near sacramento, hand on a massive the blaze has scorched 150
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square miles in the sierra nevadas. it scorched several houses and threatens water supplied to the parts of california. officials say an arsonist started it september 13. it doesn't help that they were in a drought and neededded rain. >> reporter: that coastal system came out of nowhere and it produced a good one to two inches of rain. it was the good rain that rained over a 12 hour span instead of a 20 minute span. let's go live on sky 6. we don't have any rain in the forecast this weekend. but there's another coastal system that could developing monday night into tuesday. that may bring more rain to the region. so we're not completely clear over the next several days. the weekend looks good, but there are changes out there. that's the view in atlantic city, all is quiet on a saturday morning. 53 in -- 60 degrees in
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philadelphia. dewpoint, 53. 48 in allentown. trenton, 53. 60 is the number in atlantic city and sea isle city. satellite and radar, not too much going on, we have high pressure sliding across the great lake states that will plant over the mid atlantic this afternoon. that will set up a nice day today and another nice day sunday. we see changes in the next couple of days starting to develop across the gulf coast states. what happened a frontal system pushed through last week. it stalled off the coast and stretches all the way down across the panhandle and the gulf coast states. another area of low pressure develops along the front. the moldses take it up the eastern seaboard how close it comes to the delaware valley is up in the air. there also the possibility that we could see rain next week.
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in the meantime, surface maps looks like this. high pressure that's the goodbye, sunshine and warm temperatures this afternoon same thing for sunday. monday, the cold front gets closer, there's a nice slug of cool air behind this frontal system. along with that, comes the coastal system from the south. that will increase the clouds and that bring a little bit of wet weather into the area monday night into tuesday. this is monday, 7:00 a.m., you can see the clouds are overspreading the area from south to north. what we think will happen, most of monday looks dry at this point. if the storm comes close enough, monday night into tuesday morning, is when we start to see the moisture come in off the ocean. right now it's a little bit too far out there to say how the system will pan out or how much rain we'll see. keep that in the back of your mind there could wet weather tuesday into wednesday. for dover, the sprint cup series continues this weekend. sunny and gorgeous, 79 degrees, mostly sunny for sunday,
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comfortable high of 80. 82 this afternoon wind out of the north at 5 miles per hour. overnight tonight, 51 degrees outlying suburbs, 59 for center city. the eagles take on the 49ers. this is a 4:25 start time, 77 degrees. the weather looks nice for the eagles game, as well. again a picture-perfect weekend could be the warmest weekend we see around the delaware valley until next spring. 76 degrees, increasing clouds for monday, tuesday, cloudy skies, right now the call is for a little bit of rain and high of 74. wednesday, mostly cloudy, 73. still the chance of a wet weather, thursday, 72. friday, combination of sun and clouds, high of 73. next week's coastal system is up in the air. could be a couple of days of wet weather, could be no days of wet weather. it all depends.
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>> good morning take a look at that. sky6 live hd beautiful shot of penns landing this morning, 6:20, 61 degrees outside. just in time for the holidays, spirit airlines is raising its fees for checked bags. according to its website, spirit is adding an extra $2 on flights booked september 15th to january 5th. checked bags range from $30 to $100. spend less time packing and more
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time laughing with family and friends this holiday season. noose when it comes to federal student loans, fewer borrowers are defaulting on their loans according to the department of education. it's down by 1% from last year. but still very high. borrowers go into default when they miss payments for 207 consecutive days. walmart is getting into the banking business. the company is launching a checking account for its customers that will eliminate money of the fees charged by banks. it has no minimum balance requirements or overdraft fees. this is a monthly membership fee of $8..95 in addition, customers won't need to have a certain credit score to get an account.
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starbucks is testing a beer-flavored coffee. the dark barrel latte has a taste that taste like guinness stout. it's completely safe to drink to pick up at the drive through, but it's a nonalcoholic. it feevments a whipped cream topping to give it an
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>> reporter: welcome back everyone, 6:24 saturday morning, you're looking at satellite and radar, we have another one of those big areas of high pressure sitting north of pittsburgh. this guy will bring about a
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gorgeous weekend in the delaware valley. these clouds will try to bring this in from the north. but it reaches this dome of high pressure. it eats it all up. it will provide us with sunshine today and tomorrow, monday we'll see the clouds increase. look at this weekend, 82 degrees, sunny skies and pleasant. tomorrow, mostly sunny and warmer, 83. we should be around 73. this is not by definition an indian summer. what you need for indian summer it's an unusual warm stretch of weather which we'll have this weekend during the fall months, it curse after the first frost. it's technically not an indian summer, nonlt -- nonetheless it will be beautiful and warm and lots of sunshine. >> the phillies face the braves as they get ready to wrap up the season and the eagles face the
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49ers, ducis rogers has saturday i don't think sports. >> reporter: eagles michael kendrick will be ruled out for the eagles 49ers game. when chip kelly was oregon, chip harbaugh was around stanford. there's mutual respect here. >> i don't call him during the season or text him or those things. but i have a great deal of respect for. >> they do a phenomenal job, that's evident whether you're having a football conversation with him or watching their tape. like all the coaches i really like, ease he's a football guy. >> the nfl reviewed the fight between the birds and the redskins. jason peters gets popped 68,000 fine. a reminder we're live on
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the air at 11:30 a.m. for eagles game day kickoff. mike quick and i will wrap it up on eagles game day final. the phillies have partlied waist with assistant general manager who has been with the organization since 1992. chris scron -- johnson, phils down 4-zip. braves go home with it, dom brown avoids the tag. 5-4 phils. he is booed minor league, but cheered here. he gets the final out. the phils win 5-4. that's a look at sports, i'm ducis rogers you have yourself a terrific week.
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team crashes kills four people. mother nature is providing picture-perfect weather for our first weekend of fall. chris sowers is here for the look at the accuweather forecast. nobody is complaining. >> reporter: i'm complaining, not because it's warm, i'm not sure what i am going to do, i sit on the couch i watch college football on saturday and pro football on sunday. >> put the tv outside. >> reporter: i'll put it on the balcony. live on sky 6. kill two birds with one stone, right? there's the view in atlantic city, a gorgeous morning, temperatures in the 50s and 60s. no humidity, it's just another nice morning around the delaware valley. 55 degrees right now in trenton. 60 in philadelphia. 56 in wilmington. a little bit cooler north and west, but even this isn't too bad. reading, 51, lancaster, 52 and 60 in sea isle city.
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satellite and radar, high pressure in control that means no clouds, that means warm conditions and comfortable humidity leaves. accuweather says mostly sunny skies, actually we'll call it completely sunny. hardly a cloudy out there, warmer. yesterday we had a high of 78 degrees, most location also in the mid 70s. today we're up to 82. normally we should be around 73. we're almost ten degrees above average. it gets warmer as we head into sunday. the clouds increase next week and maybe rain by tuesday, i'll have the details in the seven-day forecast in just a bit, eva? >> a young boy is in the hospital, his mother is dead, both were hit by a septa bus in south philadelphia. the initial investigation indicates they are victims of a tragic accident. the mother and son were crossing 15th and washington outside the crosswalk. they apparently tried to outrun the septa bus, the mother was
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hit and her son cared for her until medics arrived. no passengers were on the bus. a 73-year-old grandfather picked up his grandson from football practice, but never made it home alive. hit-and-run suv t-boned his car in east mount airy. the suv driver and passenger took off leaving the grandfather dead. s 1-year-old grandson was hurt, but expected to survive. police caught the suv driver and passenger nearby. police suspect they used drugs or alcohol before the crash. there's been a second arrest in the killing of a 15-year-old student who was an innocent by standard. one man was charged with murder. police arrested a 17-year-old boy yesterday who happens to be a star high school football player. dann cuellar has the details. >> we need nor -- your direction. we can't do this without you.
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>> reporter: after playing at the spot where aisha abdur-rahman died so tragically in front of einstein medical center. a group of friends of the family marched. >> we want to see that the violence stops. we want our children lord god to be able to live. >> reporter: the group was mindful that a second young man, a star running back had been arrested charged with inis it a gating the shooting. he -- instigating the shooting, he directed the shooting. that's when aisha abdur-rahman was killed and 19-year-old critically wounded. >> the morals are gone. we have no hope, we have no morality. >> reporter: at father judge gibson's football teammates practiced without him. the afternoon archdiocese issuea
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statement saying while they cannot comment on an incident involving a minor they are praying for those affected by the tragedy. meanwhile, those gathered for the vigil said they came on behalf of the family members who were too heart broken to attend. >> mainly for the family to encourage them. >> our hearts go out to the family, and to all of the loved ones and all those in the philadelphia area who have lost young people. >> reporter: i'm dan daniel channel 6 "action -- dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." >> new this morning, a bus carrying a college women's softball team has crashed in oklahoma, killing four people. a news chopper was over the scene. the bus was taking the team back to the campus. police have not said if the victims were players.
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14 others on the bus were injured. there's no word on their conditions. police say suspected cop killer eric frein planned his attack for years. investigators found expensive internet research how to avoid policeman hunts on the hard drive. they searched the abandoned buck hill inn in the poconos, but there was no sign of frein. many are living in fear. >> i don't go out of my house once i'm home. i don't go near the windows, because this could happen in a flash that they get some sighting. >> investigators say frein gunned down pennsylvania state police corporal bryon dickson and seriously wounded another trooper. u.s. and jet fighters continue to pound isis in iraq. three more european countries have joined the fight against isis.
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britain, belgium and denmark will send fighter jets and operational planes and reserve jets. arson and attempted suicide brought operations to a hat at two of the nations busiest airport. authorities say a fire at an air traffic control center in chicago was deliberately set by a contract employee. the man with multiple self-inflicted stab wounds and burns was found in the basement. 1800 flights were cancelled. drivers and pedestrians in south jersey received a lesson in crosswalk safety and penalties for breaking the rules. officers with the berlin police set up a checkpoint on the white horse pike, they reminded drivers those who don't stop in the crosswalk carries a 200-dollar fine and jay walkers receive a 54-dollar fine. goose for those heading to
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atlantic city drivers using the ac expressway won't have to pay the toll on tuesday in october. it's part of a campaign to showcase atlantic city as a place for a mid-week escape. there's no word if it will stretch into november. septa's sharon hill's station will get much needed improvement to revamp an under pass to route 102 trolley line. that area floods causing headaches for thousands of passengers. the improvements will be funded by an 86 million-dollar federal grant awarded to septa earlier this week. still much more to come on "action news" saturday morning, engineering students put their creations to the test in the ring. plus, denzel washington is back on the big screen with a new crime thriller. chris sowers has the exclusive accuweat
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>> residents in manayunk fell into fall by embracing the region's roots. organizers set 20 floats in the canal. it takes it's inspiration from native american folklore. >> it was a beautiful night to be out last night. >> it was very, very comfortable. we'll see the same thing tonight
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and the weekend will feel like summer not fall. timing on this is a little strange because we're talking about unusually warm weather. let's go live on sky 6. that's the view in cape may. it will be a crystal clear afternoon. you'll see a lot of bright blue, hardly a cloudy in the sky, 60 degrees in philadelphia. speaking of comfortable. dew points in the 50s. 53. winds out of the north, northwest at 3 miles per hour. pressure reading, 30.21 inches is slowly climbing. reading, 51, millville, 53 degrees. high pressure just to the north of pittsburgh that will provide us with a crystal clear afternoon. on the wind barb you can see where the high is. the winds blow in clockwise fashion around high pressure and counter clock wise fashion around low pressure.
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you can see the winds moving in a clockwise fashion. him as long as the high is to your our west we'll pick up northerly breezes. that means dry dewpoints. that high will set over top of us all weekend long. high temperatures, warm, temperatures in the low 80s. lots of sunshine out there. tomorrow, a few degrees warmer than what we'll see today. 82 degrees this afternoon or 83 or 84 as we head into sunday. monday, the squeeze play is on, cold front starts to approach from the north, at the same time we get an area of low pressure that's firing up across the carolinas the two converge over the mid atlantic. we'll start out with maybe a little bit of sun. the clouds quickly increase and the cool shot gets in here tuesday and wednesday. the question is how much moisture do we see from the coastal system. the forecast moldses are up in arms with. some of them take this low this particular model has it across
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interior sections of the carolinas and moves into our neck of the woods. other models have it developing here and pushing out to sea and we see nothing more than a few clouds. it's a to toss up at this point. allow for wet weather monday into tuesday, be mindful of that if you have plans in the middle of the week. lots of sunshine for the jersey shore. sunny skies today, very comfortable conditions, 76. mostly sunny sunday, 77 degrees is the forecasted high. right there on the sand if you're laying out you could, it's going to be warm enough. winds out of the northeast 10 to 15 miles per hour. waves 3 to 15 feet. the lifeguards are on duty, you want to pay attention and be careful anyway. uv index is on the moderate side. philadelphia, 82 degrees, sunny skies, warm winds out of north at 5 miles per hour. overnight tonight, mainly clear
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and seasonable, 51 degrees outlying suburbs, 59 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, very summer-like weekend, 82 degrees today 83 tomorrow, 76 for monday, the only reason we're cooling monday down we're increasing the clouds quickly. the clouds hold off monday could be in the 80s. tuesday, 74. wednesday, cloudy, 73. thursday, sunny, 72. friday we'll see a combination of the two and high of 73. the if the coastal system stays out to sea the whole weekend will be dry. we'll have to wait and see. >> engineers here hosted the first sumo robotics competition. the first one to push the robot out of the ring.
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>> good morning, again, taking a live look through sky6 live hd over penns landing on thisaking wonderful saturday, 6:47. 60 degrees outside. topping our people scene this morning, wedding celebrations are in full swing in venice italy as the world's most eligible bachelor perhaps to take the plunge. george clooney and his fiance crewed the canal with his best man exz wife. they remember swarmed by paparazzi as they rode the gondolas. they hosted a dinner and off to their bachelorette and bachelor parties. snooki is a mom again, she
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is the proud mother of a baby girl. snooki her fiance have a 2-year-old son. barbara strisand is making history, her album is a hit. >> here's matt o'donnell. >> reporter: the first weekend of fall and time to see what's new at the box office. denzel washington turns to the big screen in the equalizer. >> don't you want to leave me your card in case i remember
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>> reporter: welcome back, everyone, 6:53 saturday morning, file for the tropical outlook. the hurricane season lasts until november 30. even though it's quiet out there right now, we have to be on the
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look out for some of the hurricanes. this was expected to be a quiet season. last year was expected to be a quiet season, which it was. this season was quieter. we were expecting ten tropical storms, but up to this point we've seen five. out of the five have been hurricanes, none have been close major hurricanes which is category 3 or higher. we continue to see a lot of sheering or winds blowing in opposite directions which tend to rip storms apart. as we look into the gulf and the carribean, we have a frontal system that is stalled out right here. what's going to happen, we'll see an area of low pressure. every now and then you get a burst of convection of thunderstorm activity. we're not seeing any areas of low pressure just yet. south an east there's no much going on. this should be a very busy time of the year in the topics. it is very, very quiet.
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the reason being the wind sheer. this is the direction the winds are blowing. the closer the little lines are, the more winds we're seeing and the stronger the winds are. it's a general east to west wind whipping across carribean. we're seeing the quieter air right here off the coast of the united states. this in fact is the same exact area where we'll see the coastal storm develop next week. if you're vacationing in the carribean or the southern atlantic next week, it continues to be a very, very quiet out there. should be very enjoyable weather wise. eva? >> do you love the look of modern concrete top tables, but not the and he knows. the designers of live well network shows you how to make one yourself that facilities into everyone's budget. >> reporter: concrete tables are the ultimate in the modern style. unfortunately low come with a huge price tag hundreds to thousands of dollars.
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teamment. >> good morning, it is 7:00 a.m. saturday september 27 here's some of the stories we're following on "action news." the philadelphia police investigate after a mother is killed and a child hospitalized after both are hit by a septa bus. a major drug bust nets dozens in a violent delaware county community. dpormer president clinton -- former president clinton and his wife are grand parents. those stories, in just a moment, but first a look ahead in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. it's a little chilly out there, chris. >> reporter: we have numbers in the low 40s and upper 50s, later this afternoon it will be spectacular out here. this could end up being a top five weekend of the entire