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in an argument outside a nightclub in trenton overnight. finally the return of sun, mother nature has a nice gift for moms here. sourcechris sowers has the excle accuweather seven-day forecast. it's about time. >> reporter: it's only been 11 straight days. actually the skies will look like the blue behind you. a very pretty day later on. let's get it on you outside and show you the philadelphia international airport, some areas gray dealing with low-level clouds. other areas seeing the sun south and west of philadelphia this morning. 56 degrees for philadelphia. warming up quickly. millville, 60. wilmington and dover checking in at 60. 54 in allentown. 49 in the poconos. 52 in trenton. we have heavier downpours roll through during the early morning hours, all that is pushed out to sea. you can see how nice the skies are starting to clear out.
all of pennsylvania is or most of it is in the clear and extending over south jersey and delaware. during sunny and breezy. -- turning sunny and breezy. 1:00 p.m., 64. 3:00 p.m., 64 and we're forecasting a high of 69 degrees. we have unsettled weather in the forecast. when i come back i'll have the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. now, if you bought a powerball ticket for last night's drawing, better check it if you bought it in mercer county new jersey. someone hit the jackpot. there was a one winning ticket for the drawing. it grew to a whopping $429 million. the 7th largest powerball drawing. 5, 25, 26, 44, 66 and the powerball was number 9.
the neck drawing on wednesday night -- next drawing wednesday night now only worth $40 million. 9:02 an argument outside a nightclub on the trenton waterfront turned violent leaving three hospitalized with gunshot wounds. a new york city rapper was performing on the river front when the gunfire rang out. the argument started in the nightclub and spilled on to the parking lot. three people were shot. no word on their conditions. police in camden are search ing for a suspect in a deadly shooting on bradley avenue. police say a man was shot in the head. he was rushed to cooper medical is from where he died from his injuries. police have no motives or suspects. 9:02 investigators in montgomery county are searching for the cause of a fire that killed three people including a child. the fire started early yesterday
morning on the 800 block of dekalb street in norristown. it appears the twin home was dwighted into -- was divided into an apartment. authorities say it was licensed as a single family home. this is an other than who may have been been doing something behind the scenes that we may have not been able to catch. about to adults -- two adults and a child died. crews rushed another child to the hospital in critical condition. the american red cross is helping about a dozen people. search efforts continue for a man following a jet ski accident on the delaware river. coast guard officials say two men were thrown from the jet ski around 7:00 p.m. last night. they were not wearing life jackets according to authorities. one man was rescued, however,
26-year-old jesus menendez is missing. a fundraiser was held for amy joyner-francis last night. local dance troupes performed to raise money for the family. amy joyner-francis was attacked in a bathroom at howard high school of technology april 21. men and women in blue paid their final respects to women's women. they saluted as his casket was carried by 6 police officers. women's women was the city's first african-american police commissioner died last week at his home in atlanta after a long illness. he was 72 years old. city council will hold a hearing on mayor jim kenny's
budget. the public will weigh in on the tax on the the sugary drinks. many say it will hurt businesses and low income communities. the hearing gets underway on wednesday at 5:00 p.m. from our new jersey newsroom sub freezing temperatures and cold snap last month dealt a hit to the new jersey peach trees. garden state is the 4th largest peach producing state in the country. a traveler's concern over a fellow passenger's flight equations caused a flight delay yesterday. the economic professor said his plane was delayed because of the math equations he was writing and mistook them for terrorism.
the airline crew determined the allegations were not credible. the flight took off two hours later. trying to balance and pursuit along with personal happiness along with personal success and service. that was the message from vice president biden. he talked about the close-knit nature of the delaware community and said the graduates are filled with promise. you're the most tolerant and talented and technically advance generation in history. to be happy you have to be willing to run the risk of fairly in the service that matters most to you. the ceremony commemorates the school's 125th anniversary. right now thousands of breast cancer survivors from the area along with tens of thousands along with family and friends are walking or running
through the streets of philadelphia with the singular purpose to raise money to find a cure for breast cancer. they are taking part in one of the area's great mother's day event the race for the cure. governor ed rendell told the crowd thanks to their efforts, researchers have made great strides against a wide range of cancers including breast cancer. it's not going to be easy, it begs the question how long will it take, thanks to you we'll shorten that time when cancer is on -- obsolete. the run walk is the largest of its kind in philadelphia. it's expected to raise $2 million year. 9:07. much more to come on this sunday morning edition of action. you likely received a new credit
card with brand new chip technology. there's a problem with the new way to pay we'll explain. frightening pictures from parts of the rockies where several tornados were reported this weekend. looking live at the temple university tennis courts, a bit soggy from the rain this morning. chris sowers says don't you fret, the sun is returning. his the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast after the break.
9:10 if you're not in front of the tv look at this here. this huge tornado swept across parts of colorado this weekend. this video was taken as the twister touched down near the town of wiggins 635 northeast of denver. one of several tornados reported in the mile high state. one slammed into a dozen motor homes. only minor jirns -- injuries reported. in our area, we have an amazing sight, the sun. >> reporter: peeking through, and we'll see blue skies. we'll see the trend continue over the next few hours. down in cape may, starting to see the skies brightening up a little bit. a little bit of cloud cover, at least you're seeing shades of blue. double scan live showing the showers and downpours this morning. well off the coast, well east of
new york city and toms river they will race off to the east at 40 miles per hour. from this point on it is smooth sailing mostly sunny skies and very comfortable terms. we're up to -- temperatures. we're up to 56 degrees which is warmer than this past week when we were stuck in the mid 50s with all the cloud cover and rain. pressure reading steady. winds out of the southeast at of miles per hour. the winds will pick up later on, west southwesterly direction which is a drying winds for us. 06 for wilmington, dover, millville, 56. trenton, 53. reading closing in on 60. satellite and radar shows the clears skies out to the west. most of the keystone states sunny skies, western upstate new york in the clear, baltimore and washington, d.c. seeing the sun shining through that's pushing over to the east and delaware bay region. the closeup shows most of the delaware bay showing sunshine. you can see the clearing line through south jersey and the
western suburbs, lancaster county, western berks county starting to see the sun, everybody else locked in with the clouds, all this is racing off to the east. it's all associated with a cold front. if this front wasn't here we would be dealing with the clouds and showers. this front is kicker, kicking the upper level low that was stuck over top of us for so long is kicking it out to sea and clearing the skies. the only issue is if the frontal systems return later this week. if they they do, it could mean more showers later on. some it puts -- some of it puts it off to the southwest. i'm leaning toward it moving back in. from west to east we'll see sunshine later on, things dry out, temperatures moderate. it will be a nice day. overnight tonight, the skies
remain clear. monday looks good starting out with sunshine, but then the high, thin clouds start to increase again, monday night into tuesday morning, there could another round of showers, quick-hitting showers maybe they last a half-hour or an hour tops and they move along. thursday, friday, saturday, with another frontal system over top us, we could see a prolonged period of wet weather again. enjoy the sun. breezy, 69 degrees is the forecasted high. winds out of the north northwest at 15 to 20 miles per hour. you can see how nice the afternoon will be. 64 degrees by 1:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m., 66. 5:00 p.m., 68. wall-to-wall blue skies. overnights tonight 44 for the suburbs, 49 for center city. the winds calm down out of the west at 5 to 15 miles per hour. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows better weather for tomorrow. sunshine along with clouds we're up to 72. tuesday, shows you on future
tracker you could see showers around, otherwise it's a cloudy day, mild, high around 65. wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday, wednesday looks art, 72. thursday, friday, and saturday we get into that unsettled pattern. chance of showers or thunderstorm each day and saturday looks like a rain day right now, periods of rain some of it heavy and a high of 69 degrees. as i said earlier, the flowers are loving it and the grass is loving it, we're sick and tired of it. after 11 straight days we knew you would do something in the weather department. >> reporter: i pushed that button. power of chris sowers. a north dakota farmer used this tractor to create this tribute to prince. he himself is not a prince fan. he did it for those who are. we'll be right back.
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welcome back on this sunday, happy mother's day to all the moms out there, 9:18, 56 degrees, sky6 live hd taking a live look at a wet penns landing. the good news is, the sun will be shining today and tomorrow. "healthcheck" this morning could heavy marijuana use lead to a shorter life. swedish researchers looked at 50,000 money over a 40 year period. 4,000 died. those who used cannabis heavily in the their late teens were 40% more likely to die by the age of 60 than those who didn't use the drug and they found a higher rate of suicide or accidental death. baby boomers, a silent disease is on the rise. deaths from hep c can be
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everyone, 9:22 sunday morning, double scan live shows the showers and downpours we had early this morning are well east and out to sea at this point. we don't expect any more wet weather for the next 48 hours. we are starting to dry out. there's a cold front pushing through. winds are shifting direction out of the west/southwest at 15 miles per hour. this is all sunshine out here to the west. now it will be difficult to do much outdoors, because the ground is saturated and there's ponding and puddling taking place, i know cutting the grass today is not a good idea.
you get into tomorrow things will be drier. brighter days are ahead. here's philadelphia right here. the question is how long brth wet weather makes -- before this wet weather makes a comeback to the delaware valley as the frontal system plants themselves across the ohio and tennessee really. this is sun for us today and tomorrow. this is down here is wet weather. this looks like it will return later this week all this will start pushing to the north and the east again. how much rain we see from that is yet to be determined. today is a nice one, tomorrow is a nice one, sunny pane -- and breezy, 69. 9:23 if you use social media, be warned, experts at the security firm proof point say the number of phising attempts have exploded. fake customer service accounts on twitter. they use these accounts to bank account and log in password
information, it will look real, but it's one character off. the phone post be aware of clicking on the facebook link to do so what your spirit animal is or what you're doing in 20 years. stick to profiles that are verified. never give out any personal information online. many have received credit cards in the mail that look different from old one. they say chip enabled cards. when use correctly they provide a secured transaction. there's a problem, a lot of retailers are not set up to process the chip cards the way they are supposed to and that was consequences if you become the victim of a security breach. do you use chip cards here? no. no. >> reporter: that's the answer we got over and over again. here's why you should care. chip cards provide more security than cards with magnetic strips, but only if you use them
properly. to get the highest level of protection, you have to insert it into a special reader and not swipe as our under cover shoppers are instructed. are you using the chip cards? not yet. >> reporter: wawa, wegmans, bed bath and beyond and chick-fil-a and giant a long list of retailers who do not have them up and running. look at this, whole foods covers the cards where the card should be inserted. here how they better protect you. the chip sends the retailer a unique code assigned to your transaction instead of your credit card number. that code is useless to chris. the credit card set a deadline of 2015 to adopt the system. whose fault is it that the retailers can't use it.
ultimately the card companies are to turn the machines on. they didn't provide the resources to get everything certified. we have retailers who have had the equipment sitting there and installed for of months they are waiting for the card people to come around and certify it and turn it on. >> reporter: the delay is due to poor planning by the retailers who are creating a rush hour effect by trying to get enabled at once. merchants didn't start early enough they are caught up in a cue of waiting to get the necessary -- queue waiting to get the necessary piece insist place. >> reporter: if you swipe a chip card and end up the victim of a security breach, the merchant is liable, not the card company. that means instead of your bank or card company covering a suspicious charge for you, the ownous -- oneness is on the
retailer. the national credit card federation said ask for a chip card that uses a pin. use your old card with the magnetic strip, if there's a breach, the credit card company would have to make you whole. retailers say the deadline was inconvenient and arbitrary for the story and the customers. much more to come on "action news." china is celebrating the birth of a brand new baby to a giant panda. a young boy born without an arm feels like a super hero with his brand new process -- process
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trump versus clinton, the two trade jabs as the presumptive republican nominee fights for support win his own party. a man and a woman are hospitalized after being shot on the streets of wilmington. this morning the search is on for the gunman. a wildfire in canada keeps growing now there are fears it could spread into a neighboring
province. >> reporter: meteorologist chris sowers is outside with a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. looks like nice out there, chris. >> reporter: it feels good, the breezes are picking up, the problem is the ground is soaked. even though we'll see a decent amount of sunshine it will be limited on what you can and can do outdoors, because the grounds are saturated. 54 in quakertown. pilots, 58. oxford, 60. chester, 54. south jersey and delaware, close to 60. gandys beach, 59. woodbine 60. sea isle city, 61 degrees. mid to upper 60s showing up toward the bottom of the screen to the south. roanoke 67. richmond 66. washington, d.c., 63. we'll see nice warm weather heading our way and more on
monday. the cold front that brought the heavy downpours to the region first thing this morning is now past the delaware valley it's all up into new england now and most of today will be cloud-free from 11:00 a.m. on with a lot of the sunshine. that's the call from accuweather, improving conditions, sunny and breezy. high temperatures topping out around 70 depending on your location, maybe a degree or colder north and west, maybe a degree or two warmer south and east. not a bad finish to the weekend. tomorrow is nice, as well. the unsettled weather moves into the region again as we get into tuesday and another round by week's end. i'll have the details in the seven-day forecast when i see you in just a bit. no rain gear that's a good look on you, keep it. 9:31. turning to the race for the white house, presidential hopeful bernie sanders will be in north jersey well attend a rally -- where he will attend a rally at rutgers university. he is trailing hillary clinton
who is 178 delegates shy of clinching the nomination. clinton is focused on november she is in a better fight with presumptive republican nominee donald trump and the rhetoric heated up this weekend. here's abc's mary briewrts with more. -- briewrs with more. hillary clinton's husband abused women more than any man that we know of in the history of politics, right? >> reporter: donald trump blasted the clintons with both barrels after remarks like this. he doesn't think much of women it turns out. >> reporter: after clinton said she'll bring the former president back into government as a job czar. i told my husband he has to come out of retirement. she is married to the man who is the worst abuser of women
in the history of politics. hillary clinton was an enabler and she treated these women horribly, some of the women were destroyed not by him, but by the way hillary clinton treated him. >> reporter: just days after trump 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 him other than paul ryan i don't know what went wrong there. >> reporter: paul resign said he must work -- ryan said he must work to unite the party. trump said is that doesn't worry him. i'm going to get millions of people from the democrats. trump and ryan will meet on thursday, trying to break the impasse. mary bruce abc washington. donald trump will talk one
on one with george stephanopoulos later on this week. hear what he has to say coming up at 10:30 on 6 abc. it was a violent weekend in wilmington, one man is dead and two others in the hospital after two separate shootings. the story is coming from our delaware newsroom. police were called to the unit block of west 27th street after midnight where they found a 27-year-old man and 25-year-old woman with gunshot injuries. both were taken to christiana hospital for treatment. the man is in critical, but stable condition. the woman is in stable condition. 6 hours earlier, 43-year-old man was shot at north rodney street in wilmington. the victim was rushed to the hospital where he died from his injuries. police have no motives or suspects in either shootings. there are fears that the wildfire burning out of control this in canada could spread from neighboring alberta into saskatchewan.
the blaze covers 3400 acres of landslide. 1600 homes were torched by the blaze. officials say the extreme fire conditions are expected to persist for the next two days. the fire ignited on may 1 and burning out of control ever since. meanwhile, the massive wildfire is pushing up the cost of crude oil. prices rose 34 cents a barrel on friday. oil prices spike when there's a concern that supply could be affected. this comes when we're seeing higher prices at the gas pump. the average cost for gasoline is at a 6 month high. it's up 8 cents in a week and 20 cents in a month. in philadelphia we're paying 2.42. in new jersey, where prices are the lowest it's 2.04. in delaware, 2.20 per gallon.
from our new jersey newsroom, the men and women of the national guard were honored for coming to the rescue after super-storm sandy. new jersey correspondent nora muchanic was there for the special tribute. >> reporter: when super-storm sandy hit in 2012, thousands of homes were destroyed, 2.7 million people were without power under a state of emergency. new jersey national guard was called in to set up shelters in kitchens they rescued 7,000 people and their pellets and cleared endless roads. lieutenant governor has began pinning u.s. department offense medals on those who helped sandy. it is my privilege to say thank you on behalf of a grateful state an thank every sing of one of you for being always read and always there. 1k3-9d were.
we were looking for survivors because we were flying up and down the coast, we didn't know if there were people stranded in-houses that might be in the water. we wanted to make sure that the people were fed and clothe. clothe -- clothed. it's different thoon anything we have done -- than anything we have done before. many responded even though their own homes were flooded. super-storm sandy was the worst thing that ever hit new jersey, but it was the finest hour for the national national guard. it was amazing to participate in that and humbling to see how much they were giving back to us. >> reporter: more ceremonies will follow until all the 2300 citizen soldier in the guard get their medal for sandy. they would do it anyway they didn't do it for the medal. so we need to say thank you.
and the state of new jersey is. nora muchanic channel 6 "action news." much more to come this sunday morning, "action news" a young boy born without a arm is feeling like a super hero now that he has a new prosthetic. goats are on the run look at this in the streets of ohio. we'll explain what went wrong at a departmenters market this weekend. looking -- at a farmers market this weekend. now looking live sky6 live hd meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, and yes, you're seeing the sun right there.
the other man is in stable condition. he started his career at notre dame and changed to uab. a police officer who gunned down his wife and others, is expected to be in a courtroom tomorrow. eulalio tordil shot and killed his wife outside a high school on thursday as she was picking up her kids. he killed a woman at a grocery store and a man in a mall parking lot because they resisted when he tried to car jack them. police arrested him. a little girl is in critical condition after being thrown from a carnival ride. she was tossed off the spinning ride in omaha yesterday afternoon. then the girl's hair got caught in the machine before a woman stopped the ride with her hands. that victim is being treated at the hospital for a skull fracture. police say the carnival company is cooperating with the
investigation to determine exactly what went wrong there. the goat run in covington thought they had all their traction covered. they had the track mapped out, but they outmanuverred the man who was trying to corral them. after all the efforts of trying to round up the goats, two are on the run. what makes them think a goat would stay on a designated path. let that to be a lesson to you. >> reporter: i wanted a goat as a pet sca kid. kid -- as a kid. they eat poison ivy and everything else in the backyard. there's the view over the commodor barry bridge.
still seeing shades of gray in parts of viewing area, others seeing the sun. double scan live is clear getting all the precipitation out of here and the skies brighten up in the hour.9 degred high. we talked about this a couple of weeks ago with the omega block, it can be your best friend or enemy depending on which part of the block you're stuck in. in april we were stuck on the good side of the pattern we had temperatures 6 degrees above average, no rain, wall-to-wall blue skies and sunny from start to finish. in the last 11 days we were stuck on the bad side of the pattern where it rain everyday. look at the rainfall totals, 2.506 inches in the last 11 -- 2.56 inches in the last 11 days. everything is racing out to sea,
everything will become progressive throughout the country. we won't see stalled out fronts that sits over for days on ends. 60 degrees, wilmington, dover and millville. if you're not at 60, you're close. most areas are around 58 or 59. satellite and radar, this morning's rains are up across new england now we're seeing the clearing taking place west to east ai don't say the tri state. more showers are start to develop across the heartland of the nation, this is the next batch of moisture that could swing through tuesday morning followed by another round, thursday, friday and saturday. later today we're looking at clear conditions mostly sunny skies and a nice gentle breeze out of west/northwest at 15 to 20 miles per hour. temperatures up to 70 degrees. not a bad finish to the weekend. clear and chilly overnight tonight. monday clear, lots lots of suns, increase in high thin clouds as the day wears on. that gives way to showers first
thing tuesday morning. 7:30 a.m. some will come down at a good clip. you'll see the yellows and oranges that's a moderate rain falling. that will push off to the east as the day wears on. wednesday looks good, thursday, friday, saturday, another round. wind become an issue later on on it is a gentle breeze but it will pick up at times. gusts 15 to 20 miles per hour. in the evening, 15 to 20 miles per hour beginning to lower once the sun sets. the wind will get the pollen stirred up again. we haven't had to deal with over the past several days. tree pollen on the high side, grass on the moderate side. forecast for today. comfortable, 69 degrees for philadelphia. close to 70 everybody else. jersey shore, cape may, 65. atlantic city, 66. overnight tonight it's chilly. overnight lows in the mid to upper 40s.
44 in reading, 49 for philadelphia. 45 in millville and 48 in dover. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, warming up into the 70s tomorrow. sunshine along with an increase in high, thin clouds late. tuesday looks like a few showers maybe a period of rain, otherwise it's a cloudy day 65. wednesday not bad, 72 and thursday, friday, saturday, here we go, more rain, more showers, more thunderstorms. more wet weather. you can only do so much, chris. >> reporter: i did push the button earlier. we thank you for that. i'm just going to think about today and tomorrow. >> reporter: you can find the seven-day forecast and a live look at storm tracker 6 live double scan at any time at 6abc.com/weather. 9:46 there's a new edition to the giant panda breeding research center in china florida. a 9-year-old giant panda has given birth to a baby boy. that's the first newborn giant panda in the world.
they usually give birth in july or august. just in case you're wondering both are said to be doing well. we're back after this. i drive a golf ball. i drive to the hoop. i drive a racecar. i have a driver. his name is carl. but that's not what we all have in common. we talked to our doctors about treatment with xarelto®. xarelto® is proven to treat and help reduce the risk of dvt and pe blood clots. xarelto® is also proven to reduce the risk of stroke in people with afib, not caused by a heart valve problem. for people with afib currently well managed on warfarin, there is limited information on how xarelto® and warfarin compare in reducing the risk of stroke. you know, taking warfarin, i had to deal with that blood testing routine. i couldn't have a healthy salad whenever i wanted. i found another way. yeah, treatment with xarelto®. hey, safety first.
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jarvis held a memorial for her mother. it grew and became a national holiday in 1914 when woodrow wilson assigned a proclamation assigning the soaked sunday in may mother's day. jarvis argued that people should appreciate and honor their mothers through handwritten letters that express their love an gratitude. we begin with a poster at an arizona school that was intended to enforce a dress code, but offended students. it described girls as meat and boy as wolves. the poster said when the girls go to school think they are cute, the boys distracted and get lousy grades. the picture went viral after a girl took pictures of it. the sign did not help guys
thinking they are thought only as animals. the school has removed the poster. the principal said it was inappropriate and does not reflect the spirit of the school. this is 6-year-old brayden armstrong enjoying a brand new prosthetic alarm left arm thanks to the resources of a person who created the arm through a three d printer. i'm so thankful and so grateful for just generosity. it's an answered prayer. it is. brayden was born without his left arm and has not used a prosthetic limb since he was baby. now brayden's mom said her son's teacher is responsible for
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great catch there. 2-1 fish. bottom of the 5th two out. peterjis. carlos ruiz blocks the plate. hernandez singles home for the win for the phillies. chris johnson, drops the ball, the run scores. 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 4-3. history last night in the second inning of the melts padres game. victor bar -- cologne hit a two run home run. it is the first in his career,
at 225 career at bats. so he is mobbed in the dugout. good for him. kentucky outfits they are snazzy they are not practical. right through the national anthem, a downpour at churchill downs left the fans hanging on to their hats. at some point some debris went flying and hit one of the horses. he was scratched. nyquist beat 2-1 odds maker knew what they were talking about. exaggerator coming to the line together, nyquist is unbeaten he has won the kentucky darby! >> reporter: nyquist becomes the 8th unbeaten to win the darby in the 142 year history. the steelers have started their rookie camp there's a familiar face, temple tyler navakecich who fell to the 7th
round after being the number one player last year, said that makes him an under dog like temple. other people don't play i could play at this level. i'm just to continue to do what i do and make plays that's it. look for tyler to do big things with the steelers this season, that's sports, have a great day! there's much more to come on sunday morning edition of "action news." still have to get mom a gift. you may be able to score a deal. the sweet video of an abandoned puppy that helps a litter of kittens. don't miss it. plus chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" comes right back. good morning, 10:00 a.m.,
sunderland, may 8. happy mother's day to all the moms out there. in the news, big winner there was one winning ticket sold in last night's powerball drawing. that ticket sold in new jersey. three people were shot in an argument outside a nightclub in trenton overnight. finally the return of some sun, mother nature has a nice gift for moms today.
meteorologist chris sowers is at the "action news" big board with more in the accuweather. chris. >> reporter: finally we are winning in the weather department. skies are beginning to clear we're seeing the return of sunshine and temperatures are going to respond nicely later on. we'll get as warm as 70 degrees in some areas. fleetwood, 59. pottstown, 51. coatsville, 53. south jersey, gandys beach 61. woodbine, 61. hammonton smyrna, 64 we're nice and mild out there, warmer than most of the past week when we were stuck in the 50s. satellite and radar showing the clearing from west to east across the tri state. a little cloud cover in new york city and north of philadelphia. this is pushing to the east following this band of showers racing at 40 miles per hour. so we're going to continue to see the clearing here over the next couple of hours.
eventually what will happen this line here south of that line it is really nice and toasty. really warm. that is heading to the north and to the east. philadelphia sits right here, we're going to tap into this over the next couple of days and the numbers are actually already in the 60s and 70s down here. 73 in memphis, new orleans, 74. atlanta, 72. raleigh, 74. an jacksonville 75. one or two areas may hit 70 degrees today. tomorrow, everybody hits 70. sunshine start to finish, 2:00 p.m., 67. 4:00 p.m., 67. 8:00 p.m., 63 a perfect finish to the weekend. guys, we're happy in in the wear department. if you bought a ticket for powerball drawing better check if you bought it in mercer county new jersey. someone hit the jacket pot.
there was one winning ticket from the drawing. it grew from $429 million. that was the 7th jackpot in powerball historical. if you misted those numbers, 5, 25, 26, 44, 66 and the powerball was number 9. the neck drawing on wednesday night is wrt -- worth $40 million. today is mother's day it is a day to spend time together. the city of philadelphia is offering an ought for mom and family. trish hartman has more on the mother's day eventful weekend but first, trish we want to say happy mother's day to you. rng thank you. i'm standing outside with no jacket or umbrella. that's gift enough for me. the mother's day brunch is happening today. check out the chinese lantern
festival and the cherry blossoms and panda paradise, the chinese lantern festival goes until june 12. we're talking about the mother's day brunch at the pavilion it's going to be a nice meal, mini golf and carousel rides. you've sold out today the brunch, why do moms like this brunch so much? you get to enjoy the beautiful park and have a lovely breakfast and lunch. the carousel and mini golf are available at it is the beautiful day, the first sunshine we've seen in 8 days. it toatlely worked out -- totally worked out in the weather department. the tickets fund programming for the park how does this help franklin square? all the money generated helps programs throughout the
year and maintains and keeps the park clean throughout the year. i know you're still getting set up. the brunch 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. it's a way to celebrate with your mom. no matter what you do even if it is just a phone call let your mom know you appreciate her and love her. nydia, happy mother's day to you, too. thank you, enjoy the day. thousands of breast cancer survivors along with tens of thousands of family and friends are walking or running through the streets of philadelphia right now. they have a singular purpose to find a cure for breast cancer. they are taking part in the race for the cure. before the race started, former governor ed rendell told the crowd that thanks to their money researcher have made great strides for a wide range of cancers including breast cancer.
thanks to you, and all that you have done we'll shorten that time and hopefully we'll all live to see the day when cancer is on is obsolete. it is expected to raise $2 million this year. 10:05. the search is on for a gunman who shot a man on north philadelphia street. police found a victim around 5:30 a.m., the 22-year-old was shot at least five times. he had injuries to the face, back arm and side. he was stabbed. he underwent surgery at temple university hospital. we are told else in critical condition. there's no word from police about motive or a suspect. an argument outside a nightclub on a trenton waterfront turned violent overnight leaving three people hospitalized with gunshot wounds. police say a new york city
rapper was performing on river view plaza when gunfire rang out. the argument began inside the nightclub and spilled into the parking lot. three people were shot. all were cane to the hospital. no word on their conditions -- all were taken to the hospital. no word on their conditions. gunfire wrack -- rang out on bradley avenue. a man was shot in the head, he was rushed to cooper university medical center where he died from his injuries. police have no motive or suspects. this morning investigates in montgomery county are searching for the cause of a fire that killed three people including a child. the fire started on the 800 block of dekalb street in norristown. the twin home was divided into apartments. authorities say the property is licensed as a single family home. it's an example of one owner who may have been doing
something behind the scenes that we may not have been to catch. two adults and child died, at this point their identities have not been released. crews rushed the child to the hospital in critical condition. the american red cross is helping a dozen people. search efforts continue for a man missing after a jet ski accident on the delaware river. two men were thrown from their jet tree -- jet ski near trenton. they were not wearing life jackets. one man was rescued another is missing. philadelphia city council will hold another hearing on mayor jim kenny's proposed 2017 budget. the public can weigh in on the mayor's proposed tax on sugary drinks to help fund programs including universal pre-k. many say it will hurt low income
families and small businesses. a traveler's concern over a fellow travelers math, another passenger saw his mathematic equations and mistook them as a sign for terrorism. the airline crew investigated his allegations and determined they were credible. the flight took off two hours later. try to balance and pursue personal happiness along with professional success and service that was the message from vice president joe biden as he delivered of the commencement address at delaware state university. he talked about the close-knit nature of the delaware community and told the graduates they face a future filled with promise. you're the most to toleran, talented, technologically
advance generation in american history. to be successful and happy you have to be willing to run the risk of failure in the service that matters most to you. biden was the key. ♪ speaker for the class of 2003 graduation ceremony. still ahead on "action news," sunday morning. fierce storms produce tornados in the mile high state. could we be seeing fewer peaches in the produce section? why the popular fruit maybe in short supply. meteorologist chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, yes gets outside, the sun is shining, we'll be right back.
police say a florida man so shot and killed his brother over a cheese burger. investigator said the 24-year-old called 911 on thursday night and said that he had injured his older brother at their home. the brother later died from that chest injury. he told police he grabbed a gun and shot his brother did you dun argument over the cheese burger. the suspect said his brother was bullying. he is being held without bail on first degree murder charges. a man staying at a texas motel is dead after a runaway tractor-trailer slammed into his room. the victim was in the studio 6 motel extended stay room in west
el paso during the morning rush when the big rig went out of control and plowed through a low stone wall and crashed into the room. the victim died at the scene. he feels staying at the hotel while working on cell phone towers in the area. the truck driver is in the hospital with injuries not considered to be life life threatening. take a look at this huge tornado that swept across colorado yesterday. the video was taken as the twister touched down near the town of wiggins. 65 miles per hour northeast of denver. one tornado slammed into a dozen motor homes, there were only minor injuries report. we may see fewer peaches on the produce aisle this year due to sub freeing -- freezing temperatures in february and cold front this month. friew tree -- fruit tree experts
say farmers in new jersey and other states lost 90% of their peach crop. new jersey is the 4th largest producing state in the country. >> reporter: that's what happened when you have a warm winter. everything started bugged in february, it was the 4th warmest march and then bang april hit. we'll sue sunshine this afternoon temperatures in the -- we'll see sunshine this afternoon and temperatures in the low 60s. we're seeing people on the beach. they have been dealing with now have showers and periods of rain. that is coming to an end this afternoon. double scan live is clear. this week has been chilly and cloudy and raw and damp and miserable. i think i have enough adjectives there. normal think we should be around 70 degrees. monday wasn't bad. but look at this, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, friday, mid
to upper 50s. yesterday, 63. today we get up close to 70 degrees with all the sunshine. right now we're showing 61. we're climbing quickly. dewpoint, 54. pressure reading 29.67 inches. it's holding steady. winds out of the west/southwest at 9 miles per hour. it's a down-sloping wind it warms and dries everything out. wilmington and dover, 64. allentown, 60. a pair of 5s in trenton. where you have cloud cover. 60 degrees in cape may. the satellite and radar showing the clearing west to east across the mid atlantic and the northeast. look what's happening across the heartland of the nation, you have a huge upper level low sitting over the four corner states. because the winds blow in a counter clockwise flow you're pulling the moisture up, it will build across the central plain and some of the forecast models
push this east into mid atlantic and our neck of the woods. enjoy the sun today and tomorrow. once we get into tuesday and beyond, just about everyday except wednesday have showers and thunderstorms. all the mitch will start to -- all that will start to push east. monmouth and ocean county by lunchtime, look at this, this is all blue sky trenton westbound to the southwestern portions of the viewing area, lancaster, berks, bucks county enjoying sunshine later on. overnight tonight it's clear and comfortable we get into monday morning, starting out with sunshine, note the high, thin cirrus deck approaching from the south. that will lift as the day goes on. monday will be a day that features a lot of sunshine to start, increasing high clouds by afternoon. temperatures, 67 to 70 degrees,
the range in highs. and then we get into monday afternoon, everybody is pretty much in the 70s. monday looks really, really nice with an increase in clouds. becoming sunny that's the call from accuweather today. breezy, 69 degrees is the forecasted high. winds out of the west/northwest 15 to 25 miles per hour. here's how it will play out hour by hour. we're starting to see the peeks of sunshine that will continue through late morning. by lunchtime from that point on it's all sun, blue skies, 1:00 p.m., temperatures, 64. later this afternoon 67 or 68. mainly clear and cool overnight tonight, 44 to 49. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 72 degrees for tomorrow that will feel nice, tuesday, those clouds roll back in a couple of showers are possible, cooler day, with a high of 65. wednesday is nice, 72. thursday, friday, saturday could be wet, 72, 70. 69. actually sunday could start out with showers, too, clearing in the afternoon. thank you chris. the economic reality of
2016 has hit a religious order in bucks county. it would mean the relocation of a beloved local saint. her 125-year-old home must be sold. sarah bloomquist has the story. >> reporter: the 44-acre property in bensalem township has long been the home for the sisters of the blessed sacrament the religious order founded by katherine drexel in 1891. now the sisters have come to the reallyization that the property they -- realization that the property they know as the mother house comes with a heavy heart. at one time, 600 sisters call the mother house home. today 100 live here. many of the buildings are no longer in use, the order needs proceeds from the sale of the property and another in virginia to carry on its mission and carry for aging nuns. the entire order will relocate. when god closes a door, a
new door opens. what that future will be we're not sure, yet. katherine drexel was the second american born person to be canonized. from a prominent philadelphia family she was laid to rest in 1955 in what is now a national shrine. vincent came to plant a memorial service for his wife who died on sunday. she visited weekly. i was shocked to hear, i'm sure it will be the same feeling for everybody else. >> reporter: the saint's remains will be relocated to the cathedral basilica at st. peter and paul in philadelphia. the shrine will continue to welcome visitors through the year 2017 and the sisters will oversee the sale of the property. they want to have a say as to who takes over the historic and holy place. in bensalem township, i'm sarah bloomquist channel 6 "action news."
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and chocolate. if you're buying a gift card make sure it can be used online and not just in the stores. it's time to check out what's going viral. that's the time where we chat about the video and image also that everybody is talking about facebook and twitter and all the other social media outlet's. we want to talk about the most adorable video ever. this is 5 week old chihuahua named bobby breaking all the laws of nature he was orphaned after his mom was hit by a car. instead of bottle feeding him, the michigan humane society decided to introduce him to a mother cat named he is thriving in a litter of kittens. this video went viral this
week check out possibly and first lady michelle dancing with storm troopers and r2d2. they had a little fun on may 4, star wars day. they danced to up town funk. back in the december they hosted a spoacial screening of -- specl screening of the force awakens. i want to show you this right here, this is nick a senior at reading high school. he has a dream. he sulphurs from cerebral palsy, but with the help of his teacher, he has been realizing his dream of riding a bike like any other kid. quinn helped him ditch his wheelchair by strapping him into the specialize bike that you're looking at. and teachers aid would pull him around the hallway for 30 blissful minutes. how great is that? the reading school district posted this video own its
facebook page friday morning and it went viral instantly. he said he has his eyes on a summer program for students with disabilities at temple university. he has such a wonderful smile. tells us what you think about the videos going to our twitter or facebook accounts and if you have any suggestion here in social corner. chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. we'll b right back.
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coming up on inside story, donald trump is presumptive gop nominee. he has altered so much in the system we use to elect presidents. it is not over. don't miss our discussion on what it means for our country going forward. mayor kenny forces a fight on two fronts one the "stop and frisk" policy the other proposed sugary drinks tax. we'll talk about whether he is going about this the right way. happy mother's day to all the moms out there. we'll see you at 11:30. by the way, a final check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: we have mother's day present for all of you. lots of sunshine. 69 degrees, 72 tomorrow. showers tuesday, and more so by the end of the week. the next 48 hours look great. thumbs up. two thumbs up. 10:26 george stephanopoulos coming up next. donald trump one on one,
george sits down with the presumptive presidentsal nominee. here's george. >> reporter: the dust settled this week something that seemed impossible a year ago is a reality. donald trump will be the republican nominee facing questions about whether he can unify the republican party opposition from people like house speaker paul ryan and go on to win the white house against hillary clinton come november we sit down with donald trump this week to go through all the big issues as he faces the convention and the general election. the power house rounds table will analyze everything coming up ahead. we speak to gary johnson of the libertarian party. that's coming up on this week. "action news" continues at noon here's some of the stories we're working on for you, it is a first for the philly pops. we'll tell you about the show that has music, dance and acrobatics. a night on the town take a
starting right now on "this week" with george stephanopoulos. race of a lifetime. >> we're going to win, win, win. >> you can believe the hype. now the de facto nominee, donald trump, already facing a party on the edge of collapse. >> paul ryan. so, he says you have to earn his support. >> will the last republican standing break apart the gop? plus, trading blows. >> their presumptive nominee. otherwise called their presumptuous nominee. >> she's married to a man who was the worst abuser of women in the history of politics. >> how low will they go? we're one on one with donald trump. his own words on hillary. his feud with party leaders. and his vision for the white house.