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o'donnell. insist in anthers a man is -- in the news, a man is behind bars for a series of knifepoint robberies in delaware county. the big story on "action news" the winds of change in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast we really mean winds. live sky 6 looking at the center city skyline. it was a drehery -- dreary and soaked monday morning as we hit the noon hour a wind advisory is expected to take effect in a few hours. david murphy is at the big board, david. >> reporter: we are kind of finished with the rain. lingering drizzle from low clouds left over. the bulk of the rain heavy at times pushing into connecticut. satellite shows you down tot south and west of us near washington, d.c. you can see the clouds thinning out.
it's working toward new castle county, delaware. we expect the clearing to make it up to us and we should wind up with a mix of sun and clouds. we have strong winds above the surface, they will be mixing down that will become the next issue this afternoon. temperatures are not too bad. 54 degrees, cool enough for a coat as you head outside, better than the 40s which is where we were this morning. 48 in allentown. 57 in wilmington, 59 in millville. currentry -- currently, the winds don't look like much. as of a half-hour ago we had calm winds in philadelphia. 6 miles per hour. they are calm in allentown and beach haven. they are getting higher south and west of philadelphia. overnight the next a couple of hours we'll be dealing with the stronger blustery winds. the wind at advisory has been posted with the national weather service. sometime after 2:00 p.m. they
will become evident we could see 30 to 40 to 50 miles per hour up until midnight tonight. if you're driving around this afternoon or evening we have to be careful of debris, trash cans and recycling bins and tree branches down. how long does it last that's in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. stick with 6abc.com/weather storm tracker 6 live radar and the hourly forecast will help you stay on top of all the changes also. the death toll is races from two terror attacks. 70 people are dead from an easter sunday bombing that targeted christians in a terror attack. and four american are dead from the brussels bombings. >> reporter: authorities have struck in pakistan as belgium released new video hoping to
track down suspects from the attacks in brussels. with the manhunt intensifying for the suspect seen in the video moments before the implosion, another suspect has been released from custody after a judge ruled there was inefficient evidence for his arrest. faycal cheffou was arrested for trying to recruit refugees for jihad, he was among the 7 men arrested and charged connected with a terrorist group. police continue to hunt for suspects across europe. right wing protesters clashing with police compressing anger on easter sunday. this is belgium. if you don't want to live like us, go. you don't have to stay. >> reporter: meanwhile, isis inspired attack in pakistan more
than 07 people killed and 300 injured. most of the victims women and children. they were crying there was dead bodies. >> reporter: it happened in a public park on easter, a taliban group that supported isis in the past taking responsibility claiming they deliberately targeted christians. empty meantime we are told the airport -- empty meantime, the airport we were told that the shut down since the attacks last tuesday could be open later this week. elizabeth hur. matt back to you. five people were cited for disorderly conduct for a large fight that caused panic at a carnival in south philadelphia. the fight took place within the carnival grounds along packer street at 7:00 p.m. someone claimed they heard gunshots. police say it was a rumor, no
shots were fired, but the ensuing chaos caused them to close the carnival early. this is the man upper darby police say committed a series of robberies in recent weeks. they arrested sultan akbar-abdullah, the 17-year-old victim said he tried to rob her when she returned home. the girl's uncle came to her aid. he suffered a stab wound while holding him for police. police say a man fired a gun into the home of his girlfriend's family while 8 relative also were inside. two bullets went through a bedroom window nobody was hurt. this happened on north 16th philadelphia in north philadelphia. the 19-year-old barricaded himself inside another home on smedley street and surrendered. federal prosecutors are reviewing the case of a co-pilot
who failed two beth lieser tests when he -- breath-alyzer tests when he showed up for his philadelphia-bound flight over the weekend. chad perdelli has the latest at philadelphia international airport. >> reporter: matt, we know little about the pilot he is from pennsylvania, but his name has not been released. this this weekend he allegedly boarded a flight ready to fly while impaired. passengers were prepared for takeoff, the pilot was not. a tsa agent smelled what he believed to be alcohol on the pilot saturday morning. i saw them actually taking the pilot around the side of the car and handcuffing him. >> reporter: detroit metropolitan airport officials say the pilot failed two breathalyzers he feels detained and taken -- he was he detained and taken to a police station. american airlines is assisting
with the investigation. over the past years pilots have shown up at the gate intoxicated airline pilots have to respond instantaneously when things go wrong. that's why this is intolerable. >> reporter: and, again, that pilot's name has not been released pending any formal charges. live outside philadelphia international airport, chad perdelli channel 6 "action news." matt? chad, thank you. the race for would you also, -- white house heading to wisconsin. on the democratic side bernie sanders will look to keep his momentum going. sanders beat the frontrunner in all three caucuses washington state alaska and hawaii. on the republican side the war of words between trump and cruz continue to dominate headlines.
trump will make his first visit to wisconsin tomorrow. we'll have more on the race for the white house coming up at 12:30. reminder today deadline to register to vote in the pennsylvania primary. voters in delaware have until saturday new jersey voters have until may 17 to register. still to come on "action news," the nova wildcats are back in town preparing to head to the final four. police file charges in a deadly accidents involving a bouncy castle at an easter fair. a manhunt is underway for a man who escaped from a an ohio prison. for years, i was a laboratory chemist,
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and i approve this message. charges in connection with a deadly bouncing castle accident in england. a 7-year-old died when the gust of wind swept the castle away at an easter fair outside of london. the man and woman were arrested on suspicion of manslaughter. the search is on for a suspect who escaped from ann ohio prison. he was missing from the
southeastern complex in nelsonville. he was serving time for killing a woman in cleveland. officials canceled morning classes at a nearby college campus as a precaution. mystery surrounds a pipe bomb explosion in anaheim, california. nobody was hurt, but nearby homes were evacuated while a bomb squad determined the area was safe. two other pipe bombs exploded in anaheim in november and december. police say if it is unclear if this is related. police in florida are looking for ten car thieves who were caught on camera swiping several cars from the dealership lot in a matter of seconds. it happened in the early morning hours last week. they broke into the office and located the lock box with the keys and matched them to the cars on the lot. the whole theft took less than two minutes. they took the car that was parked over here and used that
as a battering ram to pull out the expensive cars from the front row. two cars were found, all ten suspects are on the run. easter sell vacations continues this morning at the white house with the annual easter egg roll. president obama and first lady michelle were there for all the fun on the south lawn. the theme for this year's event was let's celebrate in honor of president obama's final year in office. they held a fun run part of the let's move campaign. the egg roll is one of the longest standing traditions at the was. excuse me, the final four is set with nova in any case making an appearance since the first time since 2009. the team returned to cheering crowds. the team leave for houston on wednesday to play oklahoma in the final four opener saturday night. "action news" asked jay wright
if he thought the team was this good at the beginning of the season. no, not at all, not in november. i would say in the middle of january we started thinking, i never said it to the guys that they had a chance until probably late january. north carolina will play syracuse to round out the final four. they beat notre dame at the wells fargo center. "action news" will have more march madness coverage on "action news" at 4:00 p.m. the mistake that had facebook apologizing to users across the u.s. a girl who was blessed by pope francis in september tells how that encounter has changed her life.
facebook is apologizing over a malfunction with its safety check feature. many received a message to tell their friends they were okay following a suicide attack in pakistan. facebook was flooded with user who received the alert despite being thousands of miles away from the explosion. california lawmakers have reached a deal to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour. it's part of a proposal that stalled last year. california will have the highest minimum wage in the country if the measure is approved. in "healthcheck" this noon,
the palm -- obama administration is fighting pain killer abuse by having a pill tracking data base. it would help spot patterns and prevent patients from doctor shopping. some believe it would be too slow and delay treatment for those who need it. federal regulators are delaying reduce that would require chain restaurants to put -- that would delay putting calorie counts on menus. what if granny had a gun. a new twist to the little red
riding hood story is getting attention online. we'll take a look at the story with an eye brow racing he rewrite. accuweather is coming up next on "action news" at noon him check out the picture we have from atlantic city, fog was setsed in along the jersey shore. the seven-day forecast from david murphy next. > a passenger on a commercial
on the aleutian islands. it was sending ash 20,000 feet into the air. the plane was downwind. >> reporter: it's cool. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows us we are dry after what was a very wet start today. as we take a look outside we have fairmont park on the action cam you can see a little earlier this morning, the rain was letting up, but the clouds were in place, and that's pretty much what we've got now, we are looking for the return of sunshine over the next couple of hours as the day moves forward. winds are not strong out of the west at 6. you glance at the numbers you think there's no other issues, not quite we'll get into that in a second. 58 in wilmington, 48 degrees in allentown and 50 in reading. the farther south you go the better chance you have inland in
delaware and new jersey, getting up to 60. owing water cape may, 51. satellite and radar shows you the rain moving through. a couple of heavy cells bothered you during the morning commute. starting to see sun come back in play in delaware and we're be at the return of sunshine as we go through the next several hours. the winds will be a factor today. right now not that much. although be out to the west this red is encroaching that means there's instability coming across the area overly the next couple of hours that will help winds that are very strong above the surface transfer to the surface, looks like we're in for wind gusts from 30 to 40 to 45 miles per hour. we mietd wind up with a -- we might wind up with a top gust if 50 in the afternoon and evening. the wet morning is followed by a windy afternoon that will be
building this afternoon, 61 degrees is the forecast high. down the shore you have the rain that you're dealing with early. now it's the wind this afternoon with the sun coming back, high down the shore with 62 degrees. in philadelphia we'll get to 66. if we can get to sunshine in play before too much longer it will help that. even if we wind up at 64 it will be similar with the strong blustery wind blowing you will be hunching your shoulders a little bit with the winds. if you're driving a minivan or high-profile vehicle, you have to come over the bridges, the winds gusts will be strong and as you had. 66 degrees is the 4:00 p.m. 63 by 5:00 p.m. 60 by 6:00 p.m. a mix of clouds and sun, 7:00 p.m., 57 degrees. not bad temperature-wise. overnight tonight, not too bad, 43 degrees for an overnight low. it will be clear, but we'll see relatively gusty winds perhaps
going up to 25 to 35 miles per hour overnight tonight. not enough to extend the wind advisory but it will be blustery. tomorrow behind the departing system we'll have a good wind profile. we'll see pleasant of sunshine, though, it will be cooler and high of 57 degrees. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, today's high, 66. we have some sun re-emerging over the next several hours. it will be very, very windy. windy and cooler tomorrow, 65. 60 on wednesday, a warm front approaches and kicks clouds into play on thursday, but we will wind up with a warm high of 72. late in the day or at night we'll see showers that will spill into friday morning. the cool air behind that system doesn't rush right in friday afternoon 68. 57 on saturday, spotty shower, sunday, 50. a third baby bald eagle hatched in washington, d.c. over the weekend at the washington,
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welcome back to "action news," heavy rains this morning gray skies, we start a new workweek, david murphy has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast just ahead. a woman tells "action news" how a man attacked her on her upper darby doorstep and how her uncle stepped in to save her. it was like the most amazing thing that ever happened to me. this girl battling a mystery illness that keeps her from walking said being blessed by the pope has changehood her life forever.
we'll be dealing with another element from mother nature. sky6 live hd there's the delaware river with the ship going by, grab you're trash cans and put down your umbrellas. heavy wind gusts are coming this afternoon. let's check in with david murphy. >> reporter: if you have time to go out and get errands done, now is it. the rain on the wide view on storm tracker 6 live double scan is departing we have sun working back in and the strong winds won't be building down to the surface until after 2:00 p.m. this afternoon as an upper level feature comes in and helps to mix the atmosphere a little bit. ed wide view on satellite, you can see the break up in the clouds back to the west. dover skies are brightening even in philadelphia, things are getting lighter out there. temperatures are not too bad. cool enough for a jacket. 54 degrees and remember if you're going out now you'll be out and about over the next several