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>> good morning, it is 5:00 a.m. sunday, june 22, matt o'donnell is off, nydia han is joining us, we're following breaking news. >> bullets fly on a philadelphia street overnight striking two people inside a car. >> a delaware driver takes a wrong turn and gets stuck on the tracks as the train is approaching. >> investigators in south jersey release surveillance photos of a serial robber in the act. >> let's turn to david murphy who has a toasty week in accuweather. karen rogers has traffic. >> reporter: i would like to see the robber with all the winter
gear on. it's a steamy day today today we'll see the humidity drop, because a front is in the process of pushing to the south. drier quality air and more comfortable feel. it will be hot however and this morning we're warm. 76 in philadelphia. 69 in allentown. not so bad there. 71 in wilmington, 73 in allentown, down the shore 72 in ac. 77 in sea isle city at this early hour. as we step outside between 6:00 a.m. and #-- 8:00 a.m., he will we'll be in the 70s when he start out. the heat is still there, the air on the other side of the front is drier but the same temperature. 70 degrees by noon, 90 by 3:00 p.m., the high of 91 will be late in the after around 3:30 or 4:00. we'll be in the upper 80s by
6:00 p.m. tomorrow karen the humidity roars back and the heat is worse, isn't that nice? >> reporter: no, you go work on the forecast, i'll do the traffic. looking live from the ramp schuylkill eastbound to the vine eastbound the vine eastbound reopened, westbound opened earlier, we're clear in both directions, crews return at 11:00 him they will be closing each night this week once again a headache with the vine being closed. in west philadelphia, 52nd is closed at westminster, this is due to a water main break from last week, stick to haverford. in hatfield we have an accident at cow path road at fair grounds road and northeast extension 65 miles per hour southbound by lansdale. no overnight construction. 896 we had a vehicle fire so traffic moving better. new jersey, 42 northbound light volume but i would expect to see
extra congestion northbound with folks coming back from the shore later, tam. this morning we're starting with breaking news, the search is on for a gunman who wounded two people who were sitting in the car in philadelphia overnight. let's go over to "action news" reporter, katherine scott she is live outside hanheman university hospital. she's got the latest details good morning katherine. >> reporter: good morning, tam the motive remains under investigation, we know two people were hit inside hanheman being treated. you can see the car they were in is parked outside hanheman's emergency room surrounded by crime scene takes place detectives and philadelphia police are on the scene investigating. there are bullet holes in the door and ascertain drivers side window sue -- the drivers side wood is shot out. it happened at 11th street and west dial. police say someone opened fire on the car that the two men were hit. one got out of the car and ran
to his nearby home, a woman drove him to the hospital. the other man drove himself to the hospital in the shot-out car. it was parked outside, the police located the car and the two men are inside getting treatment. we don't know what the motive is here the circumstances surrounding the shooting remain under investigation. we are live at hanheman university hospital. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." on "action news" this morning, police in delaware rescued a man from a vehicle that got stuck on railroad traction. cfx freight train barreled into the vehicle. the elderly driver got stuck on the tracks while trying to make a turn on west main street. two officers were working a paled job at the deer park tavern. the officers ran to the vehicle and pulled the driver to the safety. accident investigators will return to the scene later this
morning. crews in south jersey are looking for a serial pharmacy robber. take a look at the surveillance images they showed a man at centerville road, he used a crowbar and held a customer hostage stealing objectiony -- oxycod. oxycodone. peco crews detected a strong odor coming from the chesterfield apartments on veteran's highway. the red cross opened a shelter on green lane for the nearly 200 people displaced. delegates of city and church leaders arrived in rome this morning.
they will finalize the pope's plans visit in september. mayor nutter and cardinal chaput are heading up the delegation. business leaders and archdiocese personnel will be meeting with their vatican counterparts, as well. the city of philadelphia and the world meeting of families will hold the final meetings before the pope's visit. look for brian taff's reports from rome later today on "action news." the you can follow brian's trip and get the latest update by following @ pope on twitter. it's a critical day for greece who has $1.8 billion due to the international monetary fund. the dead-ravaged country has been unable to reach a deal to make the repayment. without a deal greece is certain
to default on the lone that could lead to an exit from the euro zone. defense will begin their case in the colorado theater shooting case. the prosecutors ended their case saying holmes was not insanity when he opened fire. holmes pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. >> the largest fleet of tall ships in america arrived on the delaware waterfront. the large duck will make an appearance. i hope they have nice weather. >> reporter: thursday is the day it starts at 2:00, 6abc has our parade of sails special it looks like it will be decent weather for the arrival. storm tracker 6 live double scan
shows you a drive after a couple of overnight sprinkles and showers, as we take a look outside, sky 6 the adventure aquir -- aquarium in camden. we're starting out muggy but that will improve as the day goes on. 68 in reading, 73 in trenton. upper 70s at the boardwalk in atlantic city. boardwalk popping up in the last half-hour to an hour. what's happening a little front is on its way through still hot behind the front not as humid as the humid air is being suppressed to the south in the afternoon in particular. in allentown you'll feel less humid at the start of the day 87 is the high though, it will be warm in the lehigh valley. down the shore today in atlantic city 85 degrees, pretty nice on the beach less humid as we get into the afternoon, a mix of sun
and clouds, i think it's a sunscreen day both at the shore and at the pool today. as we look at philadelphia, sun and clouds, fair amount of sunshine out there overall. less and less humid as the day goes on, hot high of 91. cool drinks important as we get into the afternoon. 77 by 8:00. 84 by 11:00. the high of 91 probably late in the day around 4:00. back to 89 by 5:00 p.m. tomorrow things change we see the winds turn around from the southwest again, as a frontal boundary comes in from the west we get the southwesterly flow, so it's going to be hotter and more humid again tomorrow and then in the afternoon, probably later in the afternoon we'll start to see the thunderstorms by 1:00, dive down into the region by 4:00, 5:00 p.m. and tomorrow afternoon we're looking at potential of strong thunderstorms lingering into the mid evening hours tomorrow late day early evening.
lightning a possibility downpours, yeah, i think the big thing is the strong winds. not everybody sees them, but those that do want to take cover. less humid in the afternoon tomorrow, hot and steamy. heat indexes up around 100. high of 95. wednesday, front is gone, sunny and nice, 87 degrees, thursday we'll see increasing clouds looks like the thunderstorm activity will stay to the west of philadelphia and west of delaware river so will the parade of sails and tall ships arriving looks good. by the weekend we're back in the 70s. >> it is 5:10, next we have new video showing the daring and dramatic rescue of a man deep inside a cave. >> an inmate's sudden death inside his cell sparks protest 0 out west. >> reporter: looking good looking clear and dry in exton chester county. no problems here. a ramp to i-95 is expected to close tonight for construction.
>> welcome back you're taking a live look out across philadelphia international airport. beautiful blues and purples as the morning gets going 35:13 75 degrees already we're in for another toasty one. >> good morning karen i hope you had a great weekend. >> reporter: i had a great weekend, it's monday morning, i think i need a third cup of coffee. let's do the suburban traffic
report. the ramp from i-95 northbound to route 1 northbound is expected to close from 1:00 p.m. tonight use the ramps at ridley park instead. the ramp from the i-95 to the blue route is shutting down again. let's look at hatfield township montgomery county, cow path road we have an accident, watch for restrictions. we see the speeds on the northeast extension 65 miles per hour heading southbound near lansdale. things moving nicely right there. almse road is closed. in the meantime, turkey trots road is a good way to get around that. let's look at the computer traffic report, traffic is
moving nicely, we can see the traffic is moving nicely. you're looking good, 70 degrees in martins creek, 67 in quakertown, 68 in saint davids. a warm 76 degrees in center city. 70 in browns mill, 73 in dover you're dry but we're heating up today, nydia. new video rescue crews worked for 20 hours to free a man trapped in a cave in northwestern spain. the man fell 20 feet. it took 75 rescuers to free him it's not clear how badly he was hurt. a washington state sheriff apologized for the death of a man from dehydration. protesters held hands and surrounded the island county jail north of seattle. the water had been shut off to his cell in april after he put
the pillow in the toilet flooding his cell. the water was supposed to be turned on at mealtime. the jail's chief deputy was suspended for 30 days without pay and two corrections deputies resign. a teenager in ocean county was killed after a stone slap fell on him. his body was found saturday at a business in berkeley township. it is believed the 17-year-old was walking between large slabs of gravel and granite when he got trapped. it's unclear how long his body was there. phillies play tonight, cole hamels will take to the mound wednesday. adam morgan won his debut yesterday. they beat the calendar analysis 9-2.
jordon spieth is the 6th golfer to win the masters and the u.s. open in the same year. dust continue johnson and louis tied for second place. >> first grade must have interesting for him with the spelling of that name. the california wildfire is so large you can see it from space. >> a newit can make you more stressed. >> reporter: i'll have the day planner next and collect out the chances of severe weather across the country in case you're traveling.
"action news." the gary pappa run kicked off from eakens over in the morning. 6abc sports director gary pappa lost his battle with prostate cancer before father's day in 2009. many who took part in the event were cancer survivors and their families. the event exceeded its goal racing more than $250,000. >> reporter: thank you to everyone who came out in support of that yesterday. let's go outside and show you doylestown bucks county, 202 northbound at 611. construction blocks the right lane, right side of the road that's continue to wednesday. tacony-palmyra bridge scheduled to go up right about now. traffic is moving okay. you might want to head to the betsy ross bridge instead of the tacony right now. mass transit is on time as you head out the door on early monday morning. >> reporter: all right karen on the big board we have temperatures climbing severely once again.
79 degrees by 9:00 a.m., 87 by noon. 90 by 3:00 p.m. we'll get a high of 91 around 4:00 p.m. before slieghtd back to 88 -- sliding back to 88. while it's more muggy to start out. hot, but not as sticky as yesterday afternoon. severe weather in minneapolis and in toward chicago, we have watch boxes even at this early hour of the morning out that way. there's a little bit of action down to the south. chances of severe weather the main area would be this slot from chicago over toward detroit and back into eastern iowa, there's also some chance of thunderstorms all the way into western pennsylvania and another cluster to the east of atlanta toward jacksonville, florida. this orange area a chance of tornados there. if you're traveling in those areas check with your airline to make sure there are no delays. no big delays in any of the more
commonly traveled destinations and in chicago so far so good clear skies. in south korea mrs has claimed another life. the most recent outbreak killed 25 people in south korea. interesting news from a new study, double jointed people are lukely to suffer from anxiety. hyper mobile or double jointed participants shows areas of the brain that is associated with anxiety. here's reena ninan with america's money. >> reporter: oil prices stay low. save a live but there's a concern about oversupplies, the average for gas 2.79.
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>> welcome back on this monday morning, 75 degrees, sky6 live hd taking a live look from our temple university camera at center city. it's a gray out there, should not be too bad of a day it's hot though, and hotter tomorrow. a fire in san bernadino forest has grown to 17,000 acres. only 19% contained. the blaze broke out wednesday. more than 1800 firefighters are working to protect buildings and homes and 500 buildings are in the path of the fire. campers have been evacuated and hiking trails closed. >> in the morning buzz, nydia i'm always amazed at the things who make it into the world
record. this is off the coast of huntington beach in california. they got a surf board that big and 66 people on it. they stayed aboard for 12 seconds. this breaks a record that was set a decade ago in queensland australia when they had 47 surfers stay up for ten seconds. when you have 66 people on the board it is pretty impressive. >> can you imagine waxing that thing. ten people including three children are recovering after a shooting at a block party. >> police continue the hunt for the two inmates who escaped from a maximum security prison. we'll give you the latest when "action news" comes right back.
in north philadelphia. we'll have the latest in a live report. >> police pull a man trapped after his car was stuck on train tracks in delaware. >> a fight is going on in south carolina and social media over the confederate flack after 9 people were attacked in a racially charged attack. good morning 5:30, i'm tamala edwards along with nydia han. let's find out what's going on with the weather and the monday morning commute. >> reporter: today it's sticky, today it's going to be hot but we have a chance, there's a front that's dropped through and in the process of pushing toward the coast. behind it it will be hot but the humidity levels will drop in the afternoon we're getting a more comfortable quality of air coming into play. 76 degrees in philadelphia. still 69 in