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what happened to a woman found dead inside a bathroom at a chestnut hill staples. police investigating the suspicious death. plus an invitation from the vatican, bernie sanders who is jewish takes time off from campaignerring to visit rome. meteorologist chris sowers joins us with a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. you got to quit it with the snow thing, chris. >> reporter: i wouldn't even call it a snowstorm. it's a nuisance. it is. >> reporter: it will be sticking to grassy surfaces this afternoon. some areas won't see snow at all, especially south and east of the delaware river. here's the view philadelphia international airport. him here comes the clipper. it is well north of the city. harrisburg, lancaster, the snow is coming down pretty good. the lighter gray that's light snow that's falling.
the center of circulation with the disarm is west of pittsburgh. that has to come through first, once it comes through it will shut off and shaper off northwest to southeast. until it comes through, it will be precipitation steadily until this afternoon. there's philadelphia right there. it's a good half our to 45 minutes away, southwest a rain, snow mix -- mixture in the shade of blue, snowing in the white, green is the rain. rain western salem and south jersey and snow in lancaster. 38 degrees in philadelphia. it's mild. 40 in wilmington, 37 in reading. 37 in lancaster. millville, 34 and dover, 41. because we're expecting temperatures to top out in the low to mid 40s, accumulations will be confined to grassy surfaces only. roads will be just wet. here's the day planner, 11:00 a.m., 39 degrees, mostly cloudy. you're seeing the mixture of rain and snow, snowing in the
city points north and west, 3:00 p.m., 42. 5:00 p.m., 40. wet snow expected well north and west of philadelphia from start to finish. the places like the poconos, allentown, reading. rain, snow. rain/snow mixture for the i-95 corridor and rain for south jersey and delaware. when i come back we'll time it out on future tracker 6 and go over the expected snowfall totals. with the snow in the forecast this weekend stay with 6abc.com/weather and storm tracker 6 live radar for the very latest on this. be sure to follow the members of our "action news" weather team on facebook and twitter for the latest updates. 6:03 now back to the breaking news from the schuylkill river divers have recovered a body from a volkswagen that lost control, flipped over and landed right there in the river. we know this all happened along kelly drive just a few hours
ago. a witness said the car hit a wall then went airborne into the water, the exact cause of the crash under investigation, we of course will keep you posted. all right, the cooler weather did not dampen the enthusiasm to the salute for the villanova basketball team, the 2016 ncaa champ. ♪ the band warmed up the crowd before the team made its way to dill worthy park in center city. tens of thousands of people linedment route to catch a glimpse of the players and coach jay wright. the championship is obviously more special for those with nova ties. villanova senior meghan murr has watched the team grow for the past four years. just knowing that all their hard work paid off, and walking away with a national
championship. my brothers and sisters went to villanova, these guys want to go to villanova. we're a big villanova family, this is a family event this is unbelievable. nova team is expected to be a power house next season, perhaps they will be celebrating a we pete next year. we hope so. if you missed it you can relive the villanova victory parade at 6abc.com we have a slide show of photos and videos from the parade route and rally. 6:05 if you're just waking up with us this morning. philadelphia police are investigating the death of a woman inside a staples store. workers found the 36-year-old woman inside the bathroom at the store on the 7700 block of germantown avenue in chestnut hill. we are told that medics performed cpr, but they could not save the woman. an autopsy may reveal how she died. police are labeling the death as suspicious. a south jersey police officer is being called a hero
for saving three lives in ten days, he has been honored for going beyond and above the call of duty. jeff chirico has the emotional response to the honor. >> reporter: there were hugs and tears. as officer brian strothbine met the son who he saved after a vicious attack. but on the job, he keeps his cool, he was named evesham officer of the month for march after saving three lives in ten days, pete's mom was deceased when he responded. after 3 minutes of cpr she began responding. the day cover horrific, as tragic as it was because of him,
as emotional he was earlier, he pulled up to the scene it was business as usual. >> reporter: days later he revived another woman who wasn't breathing and days after that he pulled a driver from the car that was about to catch fire. it's amazing. somehow i was in the right place at the right time, several times in a short time period. >> reporter: he doesn't take all the credit. says his department is full of men and women who would do the same. we don't do it for recognition, we do it for our job, because we care. when you have an amazing outcome it's something in my heart that will be will forever. >> reporter: thanks to his quick thinking, his mom regained consciousness, she was able to tell the detectives what happened and her husband is
behind bars for the attack. 6 firefighters were injured battling an inferno in monmouth county, new jersey. they were hurt trying to runaway. all the injuries are not considered life threatening. firefighters pumped water out of a nearby creek to put out the flames there. bernie sanders is take a break from the campaign trail to visit the vatican. it is not clear if sanders will meet pope francis, though the democrat said he would very much like to. former president bill clinton offered a near apology for the way he handled protesters at a campaign rally on thursday. clinton said he regrets drowning out the chants of black lives
matter protesters. they interrupted the rally for the president's policy of 1990. i did something yesterday in philadelphia, i almost want to apologize for but i want to use it as an example of the danger threatening our county. president clinton said in order to move forward as a country all sides of the debate need to listen to the opposing sides and not just shout over each other. ted cruz is cutting into donald trump's delegate lead he was awarded 25% of the delegates. colorado is deeply conservative ascertain religious and have a libertarian streak. donald trump an john kasich are campaigning in new york they hold their primary ten days
before pennsylvania's primary. a movie from netflix may be a good idea on a rainy day, but you'll be paying for more the luxury we'll tell you why. a power borders tells the story to tell and a close encounter with a shark. >> reporter: all these close calls. we're talking about a mixture of rain and snow, we have a freeze warning in effect and bitter cold windchills to talk about tomorrow morning. details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
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a go pro camera captured a close call. a shark clipped a paddleboarder knocking him into the water. it happened off the coast of jupiter, florida. the paddleboarder said he will return to the water, this is where sea life lives and he is cool with that. a brave guy. falls in the water, misses the shark. >> reporter: he falls in the water, the shark is in the water. the shark was going kind of fast, maybe he didn't see him. >> reporter: we have a guy almost get hit with a plane and another guy almost steps on a shark and now the possibility of snow. i can't wait to see the
7:00 a.m. hour. let's go live on sky6 live hd. there's the view, what a neat shot that is, you can see the clouds moving in, that's the center city skyline. the clouds will lower and thicken, if you see clearly now, it will not last long. on double scan live you can see the moisture moving in. south jersey and delaware you can see the shades of green. on the leading edge where temperatures are cold enough we are picking up a mixture of rain and snow. snowing in honeybrook and points north and west. in time all this will spread northeast over the next half our, 45 minutes or so, it will be snowing in pottstown and malvern and picking up moisture in norristown. the problem with the april snow is the temperatures. it's way too warm right now. 40 in wilmington, 41 in dover. mid to upper 30s north and west, 37 in reading, lancaster, 36 degrees. with the numbers being this far above freezing, even if it snows
it will stick to mainly grassy surfaces, picnic tables, car tops and things like that. if like this hit in january or february, temperatures being colder and sun angle lower, you're talking 3 to 6 inches of snow. but it's april and things are on the mild side. there's the clipper west of pittsburgh, it will swing through this afternoon. by lunchtime you can see the model is showing snow for philadelphia areas north and west, mid 30s, where we are picking up the darker shades of lavender, that's where it will thump or come down at a good clip. the lighter the precipitation is the greater the chances of it being rain. the heavier the rain comes down it will pull down the cold air to the surface and turn into snow. looks at the models north and
west, 40 in reading, lancaster, 42. in this storm's wake overnight tonight, temperatures crash into the 20s. freeze warning then goes into effect for south jersey an delaware. so expected snowfall totals right now we're going a coating to inches in the gray shade, 2 to 4 in the purple color which includes lancaster, reading and allentown. i'm ready to cut this in half, maybe a coating to an inch. i'm not impressed at all. the main reason is not because it's not going to be snowing, but the temperatures are very mild, temperatures in the upper 30s and mid 40s is very, very warm for snow. temperatures wet roads. above thousand feet maybe you pick up 2 to 4 inches or more poconos might see that. the freeze warning goes into effect overnight tonight. this area, scream southeastern
portions of pennsylvania and new jersey and state of delaware. the phillies taking on the padres, the home opener for monday. things clear out nicely in terms of the storm there. it's much, much milder with high temperatures between 60 and 62 degrees. snow north and west, rain south and east, 44 fore philadelphia. -- for philadelphia, and trenton and wilmington. sun and clouds sunday, 48 degrees. it will be chilly with the winds. it's not until monday things feel better, 62. maybe a shower in the afternoon. tuesday, 57. wednesday, thursday, friday, that's more like it. 60, 63 and 65. just a nuisance event going on this afternoon. much better next week. old man winter wants to stick around. >> reporter: he is a pain. he is a pain go home. 6:17. a bald eagle is spreading its wings across the state of
6:20, sky6 live hd giving us a look at the girard point bridge over the schuylkill river. what a nice shot that is. meteorologist chris sowers will update you on the snow a bit later today. he said it's nothing to get in a tizzy over. here's something you would not expect. the price of stamps is decreasing the first time in 100 years, beginning tomorrow a regular stamp will cost 47 cents instead of 49. changes are the result of an expiring surcharge that was put into place in 2014 to help the postal service recoup billion dollars in losses. netflix will increase impacting 17 million people. netflix started to raise the price of its standard plan almost two years ago.
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back everyone, 6:20 saturday morning, here's the clipper system that will be responsible for a mixture of rain and snow this afternoon. it's swinging through the ohio valley and again this will swing through in the next couple of hours. march was so unbelievablably warm it was the -- unbelievee warm, the cold was building across the pole and sat over the hudson bay, it was close enough that the jet stream like this, it was funneling north to south. we have a nice little pattern change next week. winds will go west to east and this is all mild air and it's going to shut that arctic
reservoir off and things will get back to normal around here. not today. we have a mixture of rain and snow, 44 degrees is the forecasted high. thanks for the good news, chris. in sports this morning, sixers icon alan iverson is left in tears during a special night in south philadelphia. here's ducis rogers. >> reporter: good morning, later this year alan iverson will be inducted into the hall of fame. last night ai was at the wells fargo center, and the love was flowing. >> reporter: number 3, alan iverson. a huge tear -- a huge cheer for ivery son. when talking about his fans and his family, i've son got emotional. i'm so proud like when my
family and my friends tell me they proud of me i always wanted to just put on a show for everybody on that single particular night and my legacy dude play every game like it's his last. sixers and nicks, nerlens noel the big man can run the floor. sixers down three at the half. late in the game, sixers down two. jeremy grant, a huge shot, sixers lose 109-102. if your expectations for the phillies are low, they have yet to disappoint. they dropped another one yesterday this time in new york. four games in, and meet mccannen is contemplating changes.
6-1 mets. two men on and one out in the 8 the. the infield fly rule is called. everyone knows it except hernandez on first base, he decides to run. mccannen said unacceptable. it's their worst start to the season since 2006. union win 2-1. flyers have a huge game this afternoon, they host the penguins at 3:00 p.m. that's sports this morning i'm ducis rogers. > so glad you stayed with us.
we are tracking april snow showers. what is going on? it's old man winter's last gasp as rain and snow move into the area this morning. right now philadelphia police are investigating the stabbing death of a man in the basement of his home. pluses the driver is dead after his car slams into the schuylkill river. now to the details, it may be spring, but we're dealing with winter weather this morning. this is a beautiful picture, look at this of the sunrise over atlantic city, but oh, boy get ready for a messy saturday across the lehigh valley and delaware valley. a system is moving into the area
that will bring rain and snow. but location determines whether you see snow or just rain. the man with all the answers. meteorologist chris sowers tracking the accuweather forecast. old man winter is like a friend who comes over and eats all the food and won't leave. >> reporter: if old man winter was sitting here right now, what would you say to him? we wouldn't be talking. >> reporter: we're looking at the commodor barry bridge, red in the morning, sailor take warning that's the saying, and that looks awful red to me as we see the clouds increase out of the southwest. winter weather advisory goes into effect for all areas north and west of philadelphia. counties highlighted in lavender, pottstown, quakertown, ambler, easton, we're not expecting heavy snows, but the steadiest will be in the area you saw highlighted there.
temperatures will be colder. you're higher in elevation, the cold air is locked in better than what we're seeing across south jersey and delaware. the clipper system is pushing through, snow is on the front edge, the northern portion of the storm, rains to the south. you zoom in you can see it snowing. it's snowing in honeybrook, downingtown and coatsville and blue, mixture of rain and snow, the green is rain. it's raining in lancaster and areas to the south. mason addiction son-in-law line -- mason dixon line everybody is seeing rain. for snow this is mild. 38 in philadelphia. 40 in wilmington. 41 in dover. 34 right now in millville. forecast for today, rain and snow mix, snow north and west of philadelphia. rain south and east, 40 degrees by 1:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m., 42 and then by 5:00 p.m. 40. gray? thank you so much for the update. folks with snow in the forecast this weekend, stay with
6abc.com/weather and storm tracker 6 live radar for the very latest on the system. be sure to follow the members of our "action news" weather team on facebook and twitter for the latest updates. right now we're following that breaking news, divers have just pulled a body from a car that crashed into the schuylkill river. here's what we know. the car landed on its roof along kelly drive. the driver we are told never attempted to come out. a police spokesperson described what happened. the witness did say it appears as though the car came down the off ramp from route 1 and may have lost control hit the wall it became airborne and flipped midair and went into the river. police tell us that speed may have played a role in the tragedy. new overnight, a man found his roommate stabbed in the chest. the victim a man in his 30s died minutes after calls for help overnight.
he discovered in the basement of the home on the 6400 block of lime kiln pike in west mount airy. philadelphia police are looking for the person who attacked him this morning. the motive is not clear. all right it is 6:34 we turn now to the victory parade for the villanova wildcats, 60,000 adoring fans cheered on the winning team during a parade and rally in center city. people were lined up along market street to watch coach jay wright and his national championship team ride along buses to city hall. alicia vitarelli has the report. >> reporter: nova nation turned the streets of center city into a sea of blue and white. people showing up bright and early to get the best spot. even if it meant bringing your homework like sophomore caroline brown. i wanted to come because i wanted to see the parade.
i'm studying for anatomy i wanted to get it done before it starts. best birthday ever. i've never felt better in my life. >> reporter: while some are giving the team a standing novation for the first time. others are riding the wildcats wave since houston. ryan arcidiacono's parents joe and patty a say all the love is simply overwhelming and the championship win is more like a feature film. we were walking out the buildings i said take the set down, that was not a games that was a movie. no one in philadelphia will ever mispronounce his name again! ryan arcidiacono. >> reporter: and ryan their 4th of 6 children is one of the stars of the hollywood movie.
with the finale taking center stage in center city. even driving in here we were like this is surreal. >> reporter: for the band that played on through every win, one final v for villanova for old time sake! ♪ and i absolutely be loved the moment when i spoke with one of the twirlers she said to me i cannot believe i baton twild -- twirled through center city today. as a proud villanova alum i'm going to give you one more for old time sake. v for villanova, v for victory. you can relive the parade at 6abc.com we have a slide show from the parade route and the big rally. pennsylvania governor tom wolf is threatening veto action on new abortion regular layings
that he calls unconstitutional. the legislation would prohibit abortion after 20 weeks the current law is 24 weeks. the bill would criminalize procedures that cause the death of fetuses by removing there body parts. if it passes it would need senate approval to reach the governor's death. it is easier to get a gun permit in the state of new jersey. governor chris christie announced the changes that streamline the firearms process. it includes just final need standard. our changes include easing the restrictions on lawful gun owners transporting their own weapons. the new rules were recommended by a state commission three months ago. atlantic city escaped a forced shut down at the close of
business yesterday as the cash coffers dwindled to $8 million. the judge rejected governor's attempts to freeze assets they have until april 15th to hammer out a deal. the action cam was at the red hot gala that raises money for the children's regional hospital at cooper. many were dressed in red and red teddy bears decorated the tables. former eagles quarterback ron jaworski was there in style. the event has raised $6 million for children at cooper. the time 6:38 there's much more to come on "action news" saturday morning. mark one off the fbi's most wanted top ten list. we have the details on how police caught up with a murderer on the run. plus it is all laugh when
ten most wanted list. she was arrested in mexico. she is accused of plotting the murder of her romantic rival. she got two accomplices to kill a dentist who was dating her ex-boyfriend. the accomplices are in jail. space x has launched an unmanned rocket to the international space station. three, two, one. engine ignition. lift off. the company successfully landed its first stage booster on the ocean platform for the first time. congratulations. space x employees you can hear them chanting usa after the booster touched down off the coast of cape can canaveral aftr other temperatures. attempts.
>> reporter: we'll have snow, but it will melt and only be on grassy sure -- surfaces. the clouds are increasing out of the southwest in advance of the band that is approaching. you can see grown in south jersey and delaware. this is the leading edge of the clipper system that will come in this afternoon. a wintry mix in the shade of employee, southern chester and eastern portions of lancaster county. it's snowing in downingtown and coatsville and honeybrook. temperatures are colder here to the north as they are to the south across the mason dixon line. you have a better chance of staying all snow in pottstown, reading, allentown. better chance of staying all snow up here than down the to the south. 29 in allentown. that's way cold enough. 37 in reading, 36 in lancaster. 40 degrees in wilmington. 41 in dover. 38 in philadelphia.
millville, 34. cape may, 37 and trenton, 32. so what i think will happen here, the delaware river will end up acting as the dividing line, south and east staying rain, delaware south jersey, north and west, mainly snow mixing in with rain from time to time. here's a look at the clipper system again, leading edge of the moisture pushing through. the center is back here west of pittsburgh. once the center pulls through the winds will shift out of the northwest. it will shut the moisture off it will drive the cold air into the heart of the delaware and lehigh valleys. wait until you see the temperatures overnights tonight into tomorrow morning. it reassemblies something you would -- resembles stuff you would see in february. this is chester, upper montgomery counties and bucks county and berks county out here, where the steadiest snow is depicted on the radar.
it shifts south and east into south jersey. even if you get an accumulation it will melt. tomorrow morning the temperatures drop into the 20s with windchills in the teens. it's going to be icy cold. here's what to expect, northwestern suburbs, wet snow and wet roads. we are not expecting any accumulation on the roads. i-95 corridor, mixture of rain and snow, southern new jersey and delaware, mainly rain which just a couple of flakes mixed in. i'm going to leave this as is for now. coating to an inch. coating to an inch one to two, ground temperatures are mild i think you will have a difficult time accumulating more than two inches anywhere with the is sys. overnight the freeze warning goes inteect -- into effect at
10:00 p.m. 6:00 a.m., 17 in reading. and it will like 717 in millville. rain south and east, 44 degrees, that's a mild high for philadelphia. winds out of the northwest 20 miles per hour. overnight tonight, partly cloudy breezy and cold, 27 degrees outlying suburbs, 28 for center city. sun and clouds sunday, 48 degrees, milder in time for the phillies home opener. 62 that's not bad. 567 tuesday, occasional rain. wednesday, thursday, friday, old man winter is saying goodbye hopefully for good this time, and then we're in the 60s. thank you chris, it is 6:46. the philadelphia international festival of the art is off a dramatic start. a ball of fire was blazing above the delaware river waterfront
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there's a lot to choose from at the theater including laughs from the boss of a company and hectic hardcore pales -- pace of non-stop actions. >> reporter: we have an interesting new take on science fiction. we have it new at the box office. the boss, a new comedy from melissa mccath -- mccar thee. i am the wealthest woman in america. >> reporter: she is a wealthy mogul who always gets her way, but she lands in big trouble and federal prison when she she is busted for understander -- insider trading. she is homeless and old enemies
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marriage. >> reporter: hardcore henry puts you in the audience in the role of the main character. i'm here to help you. it's nothing but heart beating action from the very start. the film is shot on go pro cameras give us a unique look from the hero's prospective. he brought back from the dead by his wife and must dodge bullets and struggle to save his wife from kidnappers and more. you can find out where any of these films are playing by using your cell phone. you can download the free app. go to 6abc.com. i'm karen rogers for channel 6 "action news."
>> reporter: welcome back everyone, 6:55 saturday morning, this is what we were talking about earlier with the cold air bottled up in southeastern portions of canada. this is the polar vortex sitting south of the had you hudson bay. we have a trough settling in the mid atlantic and the northeast. we're getting a clipper system coming around the bend. it's going around the polar vortex it will bring the light rain and snow later on. temperatures are very cold north and west for april's standards. omaha, 25. milder to the south, dallas, 58. new orleans, 57. later this week, next week this will change. this will retreat back up to the north and take the cold boundary along with it and the winds
shift out of the west. it's all milder air for the lower 48. similar to the numbers we saw in march, the numbers not as warm, but highs in in the 60s. combination of rain and snow today, brisk and chilly. there's a little light at the end of tunnel. can't wait to see the light, chris. 6:56. ever wish you could see your name in lights. now, you can build your own marquee sign for less than 50 bucks, the designers from live well note work show show you -- network show, show you how. >> reporter: this marquee sign can cost hundreds of bucks, but not this one, it only set us back 40 bucks. marquee signs are super popular, i'm seeing them everywhere. this is a fun project to bring
glitz and glam to me room. take store bought letters and paint them a fun color and make a shallow wooden box take a string of globe lights and unscrew the bulbs and pop the base into the hole and screw them back on. anybody have something like this in their dining room? nobody. >> reporter: for more budget-friendly ideas go to live well network.com. food was the main attraction at the boys and girls club event in center city. dozens of the best wines and cheeses were there to delight the taste buds of three thousand guests. it was held to benefit the bold kids campaign to renovate boys and girls clubs in the most
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morning to you. 7:00 a.m., here's the stories we're following for you. april snow showers, newly planted flowers will be covered in snow today. sky6 live hd showing you camera in cape may, new jersey. possibly a little snow a little rain. a man is dead after a car goes airborne and ends up in the ask schuylkill river. meteorologist chris sowers is outside with a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast we're talking snow and rain, break it down, chris. >> reporter: it depends on where you live. if you're north and west of philadelphia there's a good bet you'll see accumulations today. if you're south and east of phil