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thunder, this is associated with a cold front pushing through. this is a good sign this is the beginning of the end of the dreary pattern we've seen for the last 11 days. we'll zoom into delaware county, you can see the line from horsham all the way down from frankford, palmyra, riverside getting ready to be hit. heavy downpours, you have to slow the traveling speeds down. the downpours are moving so quickly, one minute the visibility is fine, the next minute you can't see a thing. national weather service issuing a visibility driving advisory. you'll hear a rumble of thunder and reduced visibility and after 20 minutes or so, the storm pulls away and things clear out again. look what happens by afternoon, turns out to be a fabulous day. morning clouds and quick-hitting downpour and by 11:00 a.m. we'll see sunshine.
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lunchtime, full sun. 3:00 p.m., 66 degrees. 5:00 p.m., 68, wall-to-wall blue skies, a little bit of a breeze out of the west/northwest 15 to 25 miles per hour. that breeze is clearing everything out and drying all the roads and grounds and getting things back to normal around here. even the jersey shore, pleasant afternoon. 69 degrees is the forecasted high in philadelphia. 66 for the jersey shore, becoming breezy this afternoon. the question is how long does the sunshine last, because we have more changes in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast hello spring. i'll have those details coming up in just a few minutes. guys? chris, thank you. remember you can get the seven-day forecast and check storm tracker 6 live at any time at turning to that big news overnight, someone dreamed of hitting the jackpot has come true, a ticket sold in new jersey won the $429.6 million
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powerball drawing. lottery officials say the ticket was bought in mercer county. we learn where by tomorrow. the lucky numbers were 5, 25, 26, 44, 66, the powerball was 9. saturday's jackpot was the largest since a record $1.6 billion payout in january. 7:02 a.m. we're following a developing story in trenton, new jersey, three people were hurt during an early-morning shooting outside a nightclub. the rogue nightclub along the trenton waterfront where a new york city rapper was performing. an argument spilled out of the nightclub into the parking lot. three people were shot and police took them to came health regional medical center. police have not said if they have suspects or a motive. the coast guard is a -- is
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searching for a man who disappeared after his jet ski ran aground. two men were riding the water craft when it hit the ground and both men fell into the water. 26-year-old jesus menendez fell into the water and has not reassure -- reassure faced. new video in canada shows flames burning a building in canada. abc kneel car -- neil karlinsky. has more. in canada they are digging in for a long hard fight, fueled lie raging flames and heavy smoke. the mcmurray wildfire is
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getting worse. officials fear it will double in size by the end of the day, though it is moving away from populated areas. it's like something out of a movie. >> reporter: that leaves tens of thousands living like this in temporary shelters, some know their homes are gone. orioles left to wonder. we think our house is still standing. my sister in law lost her house yesterday to the fire. >> reporter: the fire so big it can be seen from space. on the ground 100 firefighters and in the air 110 helicopters and 30 air tankers and still it grows. the situation is unpredictable and dangerous. obviously our top priority is human safety. immediately in the danger zone and, of course, among the evacuees. police leading fresh convoys of evacuees across the burn zone a
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harrowing journeying of smoke and scorched earth. it's like an apop -- a pocket lippic horror. >> reporter: in that horror a mother and son reunited after being separated. let's get a look at the how big the inferno is. it's expected to balloon to five thousand acres. albert is tinder dry, but there is hope, temperatures may drop and there's a slight chance of rain. gray. 7:05 your time. this morning, republican nominee donald trump will be on this week with george stephanopoulos.
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this week he speaks with speaker of the house, paul ryan. he will talk about the struggle for unity in the gop. trump goes one on one with george stephanopoulos on this week after "action news" at 9:00. bernie sanders brings his campaign to new jersey today. he speaks at a rally at rutgers athletic center. he will speak about how to make colleges and universities tuition free two topics that appeal to millennials. new jersey's primary hams june 7. hillary clinton is eyeing the general election. her next stop is tuesday in kentucky. her daughter chelsea headlines fund fundraisers tomorrow in north carolina. a strong storm drenches
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people dressed occupy for the kentucky -- dressed up for the kentucky darby. chris. >> reporter: we have storms out there, i'll be back with future tracker 6 and shows you when this clears out and i'll have sunshine for you in the exclusive accuweather forecast. stay with us.
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it is a sea of pink at the art museum steps as people are gathered for the race for the cure. looks like the rain has stopped, a little rain will not keep the folks away. the race starts around 8:00 a.m. people are getting rallied for the -- ready for the opening ceremony. this is great mother's day tradition. the highlight is the parade of pink as survivors walk down the art museum steps they are a picture of courage and determination. we're looking forward to seeing that once again this year.
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indeed, chris sowers is tracking the act -- accuweather forecast, give them some good news, chris. >> reporter: we'll get you started with the view of the philadelphia international airport. there's a shocker, wet runways, we've on seen this for 11 straight days. the showers are quickly pushing through another half-hour or so most of it is coming to an end. let's flip it to the radars. most of the heavier stuff is confined to the areas out of the viewing areas. northern portions of new jersey moving into new york city. we have a cell over the city of philadelphia. we're going to zoom in there, if you're traveling let's say along the tacony-palmyra bridge and suddenly make a left and go northbound along route 130 along the riverside in willingboro it is pouring. you need to slow it down and take your time because the downpours are reducing the visibility. slow it down and let the downpours pass on through, and everything gets back to normal.
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53 degrees in philadelphia. it's fairly mild. dewpoint, 49. press, 29.66 inches it's falling. winds out of the south/southwest at 7 miles per hour. the ocean temperature is 53. that about it, the downpour over philadelphia county that i showed you, that's about all that is left. the rest of the of it is up here, once it pulls through, everything dry out and sunshine returns. everybody climbs into the mid to upper 60s this afternoon. this is a cold front that's pushing through. remember yesterday we had the upper level low sitting and spinning over top of the philadelphia area. this tbronlt is picking that -- this front is picking that low up and pushing it north into the southern provinces of canada. wait until you see what we have waiting in the wings. this is high pressure and this will become brighter and brighter always the high settles in. cold front slides through, and pushes everything out to sea. today is a nice one.
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tomorrow, equally as nice. we start out with sunshine, high, thin clouds overspread the area in the day. maybe this cluster of showers moves in the day on tuesday, it's a couple of showers and not a washout. future tracker 6 after a quick-hitting downpour this morning. cloud cover give waying -- giving with way to a ton ever sunshine. clouds hang out in sussex county, delaware. but it reases out -- races out to sea. 69 degrees breezy 15 to 25 miles per hour west sunset. we'll see an increase in pollen today. keep that in the back of your mind. you can see how quickly everything clears out. 1:00 p.m., 64.
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3:00 p.m., 66. 5:00 p.m., 68 degrees. mainly clear overnight tonight cool. 44 degrees outlying suburbs, 49 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, shows this is more like it, 69 degrees today. 72 degrees tomorrow, sunshine along with a few high, thin clouds during the afternoon. tuesday, cloud, the shower threat is late in the day, probably after 3:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m. 65 degrees. wednesday, clouds and sun, high of 72. thursday, some sunshine maybe a thunderstorm, another high of 72. friday and saturday at this point, that doesn't look too nice. cloudy and dreary. here we go again. we'll focus on today. focus on today and tomorrow. it is now 7:13. if diamonds are a girl best friend, this tennis ball sized gem all 1109 carets of it going
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about how to make debt work for you, ask me. a frightening view of nature unleashing its power. this is video taken yesterday of a massive tornado touching down near the town of wiggins northeast of denver. it is one of several twisters that slammed into the state.
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five people suffered minor injuries in the town of ray, too. so far no estimate on damage. the time 7:17 sub freezing temperatures in february, a cold snap early last month dealt a blow to the peach crop. fruit tree experts say farmers in several states including new jersey lost 90% or more of the peach crop. new jersey is the 4th largest peach producing state in -- after colorado, north carolina and georgia. family friends and dignitaries paid a final tribute to willie williams. police officers lined the street outside the baptist church in north philadelphia yesterday. among those saluting, the current commissioner, richard ross. mayor kenny was on hand to pay his respects. willie williams died at his home
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in atlanta, georgia after a long illness. he was 72 years old. police are investigating the shooting of a college football player from alabama. greg bryant and another man was found shot inside a car on i-95 in west palm beach early yesterday morning. bryant is in critical condition. the other man is in stable condition. bryant started his football career at notre dame and transferred to uniformity -- uab. new jersey may be the first state to sell birth control over-the-counter. lawmakers say legislation is needed to make it easier to let women get birth control and reduce the risk of unplanned pregnancy. wendy saltzman exposes trouble in the check out aisle. imagine being overcharged
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every time you're getting checked out of the. out of search items i bought that day, they were overcharging me inasmuch as a dollar. i had to correct the prices that made a sizable difference. >> reporter: our undercover cameras were rolling as they camp a price matching investigation. don't miss our investigation, overcharged at the check out tomorrow at 11:00 a.m. this morning on "action news" at 9:00 a.m., consumers are supposed to enjoy extra security when they use chipped credit cards. to use a chip card you're supposed to insert it, not swipe. what does this mean for your security. i can tell you this, it is not good. what you need to know to protect your identity and your wallet coming up on "action news" at
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9:00 a.m. this morning. we'll be right back. >> reporter: welcome back earn,
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7:22 sunday morning, storm tracker 6 live double scan we'll set it in motion for you, you can see how everything is swifting moving off to the east across the delaware river into new jersey. it started off as heavy downpours, we're losing the reds and the oranges and this is weakening we're not seeing lightning strikes. you might here a thunder clam or two, but no cloud to ground lighting strikes. there is philadelphia right there. we had the upper level low sitting over top of us it is pulling away as a cold front is
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pushing through right now. this is the kicker we have a lot of sunshine across the great lake states and the ohio valley. this cold front will knock everything out to sea. at the same time, though, we're starting to see the wet weather build across the heartland of the nation again. we'll see when this gets in here, the next round of shower and rain moves in wednesday and thursday of the upcoming week. we have sunshine in the short term. 69 degrees that's the forecasted high. clouds and sunshine, it's breezy and very, very comfortable. the lehigh valley very nice this afternoon, after the downpours, the sun returns, a warmer day, high of 67. guys. a little sun better than no sun at all. in sports, the phillies play the marlins in miami. the phillies rally to snap their losing streak. here's jamie apody. >> reporter: the phillies started off on the wrong foot, but may day may day they will
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turn it around. opposite field solo shot. look at the fans. great catch there. 2-1 fish. peter borjis. watch carlos ruiz block the plate. that saves a run. hernandez, singles home tieing run for the phillies. chris johnson, drops the ball, the run scored. bottom of the 9th, this is how you turn a double play and so the streak is snapped the phillies come from behind to win it 4-3. their 10-one-run of the season. padres, hit a two-run home run. it was the first of cologne's
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career he is 42 years old. he spent most of the years in the american league, 225 at bats, he had base hits, so he is mobbed in the dugout. good for him. kentucky darby outfits they are snazzy, but not practical. a downpour at the churchill downs left all the fans hanging on there their hat. debris hit one of the horses. odds makers clearly knew what they were talking about. nyquist coming to the line, nyquist has won the kentucky a darby. this becomes the 8th unbeaten to win the darby in the 142 years. the steelers have started their rookie camp, temple tyler
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navakavich fell to the 7 go round after being the top college player. he said he is used to being the underdog. people said i couldn't play at this level. i will do what i continue to do make plays that's it. look for tires to do big things with the steelers. that's sports, have a great day! boy they are jamming out there, dozens turned out for a family festival fun day that featured live entertainment and food on bellville avenue sponsored by porter day care and educational center. it offers free health and
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community resources for families. the invictus games for wounded service personnel begins at disney world. he launched the competition in lone ton two years ago. harry served with the british army in afghanistan. the open ceremony is today. there are 11 events over five days. the competition will air on espn. disney is the parent company of espn and 6abc. 7:27 mother's day. youwe have much more "action ne" coming your way. looking live at old city. we have showers hanging around, but meteorologist chris sowers says we'll have lots of sunshine later today, enjoy it. (vo) combine the right things.
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burlington county, everybody else is drying out. 53 in philadelphia. allentown, 352. millville, 352. on the boards in atlantic city, 54 degrees, this is the last downpour in northwestern burlington county trenton, mount holly northward through willingboro reporting moderate to heavy rain. look how quickly this is moving. this is a 15 minute time lapse from philadelphia into northwestern burlington county. that's 15 minutes worth of data. this thing is races off to the east. zooming into wrightstown, georgetown reporting heavy rains, browns mills reporting heavy rain, it just cleared florence and mount holly racing off to the east. the roads are wet even though it's not raining in jenkintown and willow grove and southeastern pennsylvania. we had downpours there earlier
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and there's a lot of puddling on the roads. you need to take it easy for the next several hours until the sun peeks through which will be 10:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., future tracker 6 showing showers and downpours through the jersey shore and through 9:00 a.m. everything race it races out to sea. we'll see bright sunny skies, everything is really, really nice. 10:00 a.m., 60 degrees, 1:00 p.m., 64. by 4:00 p.m., we're up to 67. the normal is 71 we're forecasting a high of 69. that's pretty much on par for this time of the year. it's a whole heck of a lot better than where we've been over the last five days stuck in the 50s. headliner this afternoon it's warming up it's turns unsettled again unfortunately by the end of the new workweek. i'll talk about that with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when i see you again in just a bit. guys? look forward to it. 7:31.
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not me, but somebody out there is a new millionaire. ticket sold in new jersey beat the old in the 429 million-dollar powerball jackpot. it was sold in mercer county. the numbers, 35, 25, 26, 44, 66 and the powerball number 9. the winner can take a one-time payment of $289 million or receive the entire amount spread out over 30 years. in new jersey the winner has a year to come forward and claim the huge prize. a sold ticket in new jersey, won $383 million in the powerball jackpot in 2013. turning to politics now, 7:32, donald trump campaigned out west this weekend firing a new round of salvos at hillary y
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clinton. here's mary bruce. >> reporter: billbill clinton ws delivering a commencement address with hillary clinton at his side their ears may have been burning. hillary clinton's husband may have been most abusive man in politics. i told my husband he has to come out of retirement. she is married to a man who is the worst abuser of women in the history of politics. hillary was an enabler and treated the women horribly, some of the women were destroyed not by him, but by the way hillary clinton treated him. >> reporter: days after trump
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forced the last of his republican rivals from the field big names in the gop are refusing to get behind him, despite his lopsided victory. everybody has endorsed me, other than paul ryan. >> reporter: republican house speaker paul ryan warned trump he must unite the party. trump said that doesn't worry him. i think i will go out and get millions of people from the democrats, and many people to vote because they like me on trade. >> reporter: trump and ryan will meet on thursday trying to break the impasse, mary bruce washington. inside story digs into the presidential race and looks at a debate over the proposed soda tax in philadelphia. inside story is at 11:30 on 6abc. capture mexican drug lord joaquin "el chapo" guzman is sitting in a jail near the
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mexican border. this is him being transferred yesterday. joaquin "el chapo" guzman was captured in january after nearly 6 months on the run following his most recent prison break. his lawyers are appealing having him extradited to face trug trafficking charges. there are fears that the raging wildfire in canada could spread from alberta to saskatchewan. 1600 homes and buildings have been torched by the blaze. 80,000 people have left for the mcmurray in the canadian oil sands. the fire ignited on may 1 and burning out of control ever since. new this morning, right now police are looking for the person who shot and killed a man on a camden, new jersey street. the action cam was at the scene 1400 block of bradley avenue. shots were fired at 3:20 a.m.
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bullet hit the victim in the head. he was taken to camden medical center where he died. authorities have not said if they have any suspects in mind or a reason for the shooting. a benefit helps the family of amy joyner-francis who was beaten to death inside her school. local dance teams performed at the youth empowerment community center to raise money for her family. amy joyner-francis was assaulted inside a girl's restroom. no students were charged, but the investigation continues. a professor from the university of pennsylvania is getting international attention over a case of mistaken identity. economics professor, said his flight windows delayed after a fellow passenger thought he might have been a terrorist. this happened thursday while he was flying from philadelphia to syracuse. a woman expressed her concern because he was working on math
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equations. after talking to the pilot the flight took off two hours later. vice president joe biden delivered the commencement address in delaware state in dover. he talked about the close-knit nature of the delaware community. you're the most to toleran, talented technically advance generation in history. to be successfully happy you have to be willing to run the risk of failure in the service of what matters most to you. the commencement ceremony coincide with the university's 125th year. biden will be in philadelphia next sunday to attend the granddaughter's graduation at the university of pennsylvania. donald trump will be at the same graduation celebrating his daughter's commencement. 7:37 on this mother's day, much more "action news" to come
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on this sunday morning. the philly pops celebrate blockbuster movies. 6abc loves the arts previews the show. sky6 live hd giving you a live look at the temple university tennis courts they are wet anticipate soggy. it is mother's day. meteorologist chris sowers says there's a present in store for all you mothers. he'll have the exclusive accuweather forecast after the break. ,
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welcome back, everybody, 7:40, sunday, mother's day. the action cam at eakens oval as you can see the parade of pink is beginning to form near the art museum in philadelphia as folks prepare for the susan g.komen run for the race. it begins at 8:00 a.m. the parade of pink happens at 7:55. yellow will be shining down on the sea of pink. >> reporter: we'll go from rain gear to sunglasses and sunscreen. sounds something to me. >> reporter: gray and gloomy this morning, the leftover cloud cover from the downpours that rolled through an hour ago in philadelphia. as we flip it over to the radars, we are showing for the most part, everybody east of philadelphia is picking up showers. everybody west, when we first went on the air this morning, harrisburg and york and central pennsylvania reporting downpours
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now all three locations are reporting clear conditions and the sun is shining. that's the clearing line racing off to the east. there's great adventure, somewhere around here. heavy downpours through the northern portion of the pine barrens and where it's -- wrightstown and racing toward hammonton. we're starting the drying process in places like florence and riverside. 51 is where we started out this morning. that's what they are showing in slatington and fleetwood. pottstown, 52. quakertown, 50 degrees. warrington, 50. center city 53. levite -- levittown. 51. smyrna up to 54. dover, 55. so we're finally seeing the cold front kick out to sea. you see how the band arcs.
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there's harrisburg clear as a whistle that's racing off to the east. by 10:30, 11:00 a.m. we should have bright blue and a lot of sun glistening down. all that dreary weather coming to an end. the big question is will it re-emerge later this week. all the moisture will start gathering across the heartland of the nation. there are signs that will make a run toward the delaware valley again, wednesday and thursday and beyond this upcoming workweek him we'll see how it plays out. there's a few forecast models that will keep it to the west. hopefully those models are hinting toward the right solution. future tracker 11:00 a.m. it's clear as a bell across the delaware and lehigh valleys. poconos, wilks-berry and scranton you could see leftover
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showers, for us, sunshine and nice breeze out of the west at 15 to 20 miles per hour. monday afternoon we'll start out with sunshine and the high, thin clouds increase from the southwest and that will eventually lead to a couple of showers tuesday afternoon and tuesday night. but it's just that a couple of showers not drenching downpours. the wind will pick up out of the west/northwest, the cawj -- cawj cawj -- calming wind. maybe that stirs up the pollen a little bit, but it's a drying wind. the pollen levels with the increased sunshine, today and tomorrow back on the high side after 11 straight days of low to moderate levels. but by tuesday and wednesday the level drop off as the showers move back into the picture.
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today, ton of sunshine. 69 in philadelphia. millville, 67. cape may, 65. overnight tonight the numbers drop into the mid to upper 40s and mainly clear and we'll call it coop. the exclusive accuweather seven-day call it cool. 69 today, 72 monday, tuesday, cloudy, showers develop after 3:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m., those persist in the evening hours into the overnight. wednesday, clouds and sun, we clear, 72. thursday, friday, saturday, all look wet, 72, 70 and 69 degrees. flowers are loving it i don't think anybody else is. enjoy the sunshine while it lasts. it takes more than a doctor to help keep you healthy. these days, nurse practitioners and physical therapists are part of the team. in age fearless, tamala edwards tells us how a pharmacist can
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play a vital role. >> reporter: for more than 40 years, cellarsville pharmacy has gone beyond. he keeps dosages and timing straight especially for those with vision or memory issue. we put the medicines in their and label it on the back and present it to the patient. >> reporter: patients can get prescriptions delivered to their beds, lisa of independence blue cross said pharmacists are a wealth of knowledge on which drug fit into your health insurance. it's an opportunity that people don't take advantage of. >> reporter: pharmacists are up to speed on over-the-counter medication including those which used to be prescription only. most people think because it's over the counter it doesn't
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have any side effects or you can't take too much. >> reporter: no time to get to the doctor for immunization, farm i alsos -- pharmacists can handle that even with children. next time you're at the pharmacy to pick up a prescription spend more time there. introduce yourself and say hello and ask questions. tamala edwards channel 6 "action news." to you, they're more than just a pet. so protect them... ...with k9 advantix ii. it not only kills fleas, ticks and mosquitoes, it repels them, too. so do more to defend your four legged friend... ...with k9 advantix ii. for the love of dog. great time for a shiny floor wax, no? not if you just put the finishing touches on your latest masterpiece.
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7:49, the philly pops are bringing the circus to town for their upcoming performance. karen rogers explains in 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: for the first time ever, the philly pops will present dirck goes to the movies. the program will feature the
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traveling issue is can you say group. it's a circus so style acrobats. >> reporter: the company was founded in 2005 to mary circus style -- marry, circus style performance saturday with music. people doing amazing acrobatics you never thought were possible. they will be performing with the phillies pops 65 piece orchestra as they play some of the music from your favorite movies. we'll have sound tracks and at the same time seem these unbelievable athletic things going on choreographed to the music. we'll have aerialists flying above the or which he orchestra. it will be amazing. the if i am scores play a role in the -- the film scores play a dynamic role in the show.
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it will be from star wars and james bond movies which blows your mind. >> reporter: the phillies pops program may 20th to 22 at the kimmel center. go to the arts for other area events. for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers. looks so cool, doesn't it. there will be a cool celeste actual event tomorrow, mercury will move across the sun. it will app as a small black dot and exit around 2:45 p.m. don't look at the sun without a solar telescope. the transit of mercury happens 13 times in every one hundred years. that's impressive if the
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survivors there wave their pink a wonderful tradition for mother's day. we're happy to see you out there enjoying finally what will be a nice day. the parade of pink happened seconds ago and the race happens about 8:00 a.m. meteorologist chris sowers you are the man of the day. because you're going to bring sunshine. >> reporter: these are the kind of showers we like, they last for 15 minutes and they move on their way. these are sauers showers. >> reporter: most of this is confined to monmouth county returning from atlantic city to seaside heights and belmawr and point plenty. this is racing off to the east at 40 miles per hour. you can see on future tracker we'll clear. 11:00 a.m. it's full son for everybody, but the jersey shore. maybe an hour later, the shore
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clears, the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, temperatures close to 70 degrees, lots of sun this afternoon, and 72 tore -- owe for tomorrow. it's 7:56, we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." coming up on "g.m.a." we have a winner in the $429.6 million powerball jackpot this is one of the top ten lottery jackpots of all time. a single winning ticket sold in new jersey. this morning, fresh foray in donald trump's multiprong war against hillary clinton and her husband. he is telling george stephanopoulos that the republican party does not have to be unified for him to win this november. is he right about that? george is here to discuss. the kentucky darby, nyquist
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