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new on "action news" sunday morning, a fire forces the evacuation of townhomes in camden county. debris from egypt air flight 804 turned up. the warning messages on the plane that are raising questions. our umbrellas are getting a workout, more showers are moving through parts of the area, this morning. good morning we are tired of this rain this morning. >> reporter: today will be better. we have better changes in the seven-day forecast. we have a couple of days left of this stuff. gray and gloom out there this
morning. we're seeing scattered showers, the heavier rains are gone, it will be just showers throughout the morning hours. 53 degrees right now in philadelphia. it's fairly mild for this time of day. trenton, 52. allentown, 53. same number for reading. 40s in the north, 53 in millville and cape may, 56. storm tracker 6 live double scan as we show you what's going on locally you can see just a couple of spotty showers nothing too heavy, just the lighter shades of green, what's going on to the west toward central pennsylvania north of harrisburg, south of williamsport starting to see darker shades of green and yellows popping up now. this is the upper level low spinning like a bowling ball getting closer to the delaware and the lehigh valleys. it is 200 miles to the northwest that will push east in the next several hours and bring showers to the area. it's an unsettled day, but
better than yesterday. 57 degrees by 9:00 a.m. during the afternoon it stays cloudy most of the time peeks of sunshine expected, but there could spotty showers thrown in here, as well. 1:00 p.m., 64. #3:00 p.m., 67. same number by 5:00 p.m. shooting for a high of 68 degrees. when i come back we'll rid of the rain and talk summer-like temperatures. remember you can get the storm tracker 6 live and check radar at any time 6abc.com/weather. new this morning an alert neighbor in south jersey helped crews contain a townhouse fire before anyone was hurt. the woman called firefighters queen anne apartments. the family was 'away, the dog did not make it on it in time.
police evacuated those other residents. time 6:02 if you're just waking up with us, the chester police are searching for crews that could solve a triple shooting. a 14-year-old boy died in a barrage of bullets in front of a corner store. jeff chirico has the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: the victims include a 14-year-old and 16-year-old teen and 32-year-old woman. the 14-year-old has died. now, when we airveltd at -- arrd at the scene, it looked like a shootout took place on pine lane. the rear window of a car parked on the street appeared to have been blown out. police have not said how the shooting unfolded and who pulled the trigger or why. the man who lives in the neighborhood said his wife heard the gunfire at home and he was shocked to learn how many bullets were fired. that many?
and they hit two kids, too? , that's bad. >> reporter: one teen has died, the 16-year-old is in critical condition. the 32-year-old woman is in stable condition. police are pulling surveillance video from the store and hope it will lead them to the shooter. in upland jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." the senior commander of the afghanistan taliban said the group's leader was killed in a u.s. drone strike. the u.s. defense department said it believed he died in the airstrike. it is during an attack along the afghanistan border. he took over leadership of the taliban after the death of the movement's founder. now to the latest on the crash of the egypt air flight 804. leaked data is raising question whether mechanical failure and
not terrorism brought down the plane. the plane sent out seven warnings in all. one had to do with smoke in the lavatory and another indicated in the cockpit. the final mess annual warned trouble with the flight control systems. experts say new information raises the possibility that mechanical failure was to blame. could a fire overtake the crew in a matter of moments? the smoke could, the smoke is what brings airplanes down with a fire in the cockpit. >> reporter: officials caution it is still too early to tell what happened. meanwhile, crews continue to search the mediterranean for the plane's block boxes. "good morning america" weekend will continue the coverage of the egypt air tragedy at 8:00 a.m. a heart attack is suspected in the death of one of the two horses who died in hours before
the preakness stakes. he collapsed on his way from the wishes circle to the barn and died. three races later, a 4-year-old philly named armedia fractured her leg and had to be euthanized on the track. it was a familiar scene for the attorneys who owned barba two firefighters were taken to the hospital to be treated during a fire. the person inside inside the home escaped with minor burns. likely republican nominee donald trump is expected to start vetting vice president
candidates this week. trump campaigned in california on wednesday. the next gop primary is tuesday in washington state. hillary clinton is taking her campaign to california. she stumped in michigan that held their primary. she lost that state to bernie sanders. clinton calls donald trump's gun stance dangerous. the national rifle association has endorsed donald trump. this weekend bernie sanders made a stop in california he is well behind clinton in the delegate count and banking on california to cut a sizable which you think of her lead. california is a key part of the electorate. >> reporter: on this week bernie sanders will describe why he
thinks donald trump and hillary clinton are not the right choice for president. you can see that right here on 6abc. happening today, 1100 students become graduates of lasalle university the commencement starts at 10:30 a.m. it is graduation for the cabrini college in radnor. the ceremonies for undergraduates begins at 10:00 a.m. at the athletic field. there's much more to come on "action news" sunday morning. ready for a closeup, a huge tank for the space shuttle arrives at its new home. >> reporter: chris. nydia coming up in weather it is this little guy right here that has me concerned that could bring wet weather to parts of the area, but brighter days are in the seven-day forecast, also
it hold 6300 passengers and 2400 crew members. bottom line that's a big ship. makes the titanic look like a fishing vessel. let's get you outside and talking more wet weather unfortunately out there. before you get frustrated. yesterday was not that bad, at least to start, the steadier rain held off a little bit, but by late afternoon into the evening it was coming down pretty good. we saw rainfall totals range anywhere from a half inch to as much always one to two inches depending on where you were. i'll show you the totals in a second. storm tracker 6 live double scan going around and around. we have spotty showers, nothing too terribly heavy. we have the steadier stuff
pushing out to sea. but and we have something out to the west, that could push into the western suburbs, philadelphia, 2 i.. doylestown, under an inch. wildwood and trenton a half inch of rain. 53 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint 48. pressure 29.83. steady. winds are out of the northwest at 7 miles per hour. the ocean temperature 58 degrees. it's a mild morning it's just damp out there. 53 in allentown and reading. wilmington, 52. millville, 53. trenton, 52. most of the shorepoints hovering around 56 degrees. this is the upper level low. this is philadelphia off to the east. state college is where the upper level low is lingering. as it travels east it will start to fizzle out and deteriorate.
we have a chance of spotty showers, greatest chance west of philadelphia over the next few hours, everybody is fair game for an isolated shower this afternoon. yesterday as low is off to the north. we have another low pressure system developing off the carolinas. that will tarvel up to the northeast -- travel up to the northeast. it will take its time doing so. these lows are moving very, very slowly. today is unsettled lots of clouds. tomorrow unsettled with spotty showers, maybe peeks of sunshine both days, but both days look rather gray. we get into tuesday, looks like the high starts to takeover. that's when the summer-like pattern begins. future tracker 6 this afternoon, mainly clouds, peeks of sunshine. spotty showers are possible. cloudy and damp overnight tonight. we get into tomorrow, tomorrow morning, peeks of sunshine. we'll transition over to a couple of spotty showers and one or two areas could pick up a brief hitting thundershower as
well. mostly cloudy, showers, spotty showers by afternoon. 68 degrees. winds out of the north 5 to 15 miles per hour. limited sunshine, 3:00 p.m., 67. same number by 5:00 p.m. partly cloudy seasonable overnight tonight, 49 degrees and 53 in center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows it gets a lot better this week. 68 degrees for today. some sun spotty shower expected for monday, 72. still that chance of a shower or two around, tuesday, 72. wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday, look at this as we get into memorial day, 84, 88, 86 and 84 degrees. actually all three of these days here from thursday to saturday, we introduce a little bit of humidity, it will feel a little bit warmer than the actual temperatures. nydia? thank you. donald duck is showing his love of ti chi disney's newest attraction.
in -- ii landed in dayton, ohio. they plan to go to abu dhabi, where they started in 2015. the space shuttle fuel tank was moved through los angeles california. it traveled more than 16 miles through the streets of los angeles to reach its new home that will be displayed with the retired orbiter endeavor. google has unveiled a new app, g board. you can search for almost everything and anything. it speeds up the process of searching and sending things including youtube and flight information. it is available in the app store. philadelphia's kensington section is home to a brand new
piece of art. one, two, three! the philadelphia federal credit union partnered with the mural arts program to spruce up the wall outside the ac auto repair. two thousand people in the neighborhood came together to bring the mural to life. it looks great. 6:20. in delaware county it was a welcome home fit for heros. dozens of people packed the church in springfield welcome be back world war ii and korean war veterans from their tour of honor in washington, d.c. the trip so sponsored by honor flight the thon profit for the vets to visit the memorials for the wars they fought. of course, we are all grateful for their service. we're out of ink.
>> reporter: welcome back everyone, 6:23 sunday morning, looking at satellite and radar. we have a couple of more bad days to get through, the sky cover is cloudy, there will be showers out there. a lot of sunshine building off to the northwest. the high plains and great lake states are basking in clear conditions. we're expecting a nice pattern change here, starting wednesday. here's philadelphia right here. what will happen with the upper level low which brought the miserable weather yesterday. it's currently sitting right there. that low will drift off the coast. all this sun out here will be as you as you sucked to the east. it will pull all the clear conditions east and hit the eastern seaboard wednesday. wait until you see the warmth that hits the mid atlantic and
the northeast. it will be the warmest numbers you've seen so far this year. if you're heading to the phillies game, game number 3. 1:35 p.m. start time against the braves. peeks of sunshine, showers around, first pitch temperature, 65, by the 9th inning, 68 degrees. phillies offense they had has disappeared against the lowly atlanta braves. the phillies have lost two straight games at home. here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: the phillies will try to avoid getting swept by the braves, it is the only time they need swept this season since the opening series in cincinnati. phillies fans falling asleep watching this thing against atlanta that. if you blinked you missed the highlight, the only highlight.
bottom three phils trying to start a rally there goes that. it gets by the bull run scores. braves get two in the inning. phils only get two hits. nothing going right franco nearly gets hit in the head right there. the phillies drop 4 of 6. two hits yesterday is not going to cut it. it gets to you after a while. i don't know if we can sustain the pace going 2, 3 runs in the night, as good as our pitching in is at some point. it's got to effect everybody, but it hadn't affected occupier guys yet. we have to come back tomorrow and get it going. >> reporter: the eagles off season workout may be volunteer, don't tell that to jordon
matthews. matthews said mentality doesn't change in the off season, that work ethic can only help the receivers who had the most drops in the nfl this season. he cannot afford drop the ball this spring. don't come out here like we got a lot a long time in the season. end of the day, if you want to be the caliber of the team that goes deep in the playoff to win super bowls, you don't have to be perfect. but you need to have that attitude. in pasadena, he is showing off his touchdown celebration for his football cards and flapping his wings and the work ethic for the camera. you're getting a tough competitive son of a gun, i hate to lose and i'm ready to go. ron jaworski and dick
vermeal hanging out at the soul game before they get kicked off out for the democratic convention. it's a rugby scrum in the end zone. look at that, soul they go home winners they beat orlando, 62-64 and move into the first place tie they are the best football team in south philly. at least for now, we'll see what the eagles do, come september. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski. exaggerator ended nyquists bid for triple crown, exaggerator did well on that sloppy track in baltimore. we have more news just ahead. we'll be right back.
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>> reporter: it's not too bad. it's going to be a little bit damp, but not like yesterday. let's get you outside, we have spotty showers falling west and south of philadelphia. if you're not picking up a shower you're seeing drizzle or patchy mist out there. temperatures in the 50s and double scan live showing little specks of green. that's what we can expect to see over the next several hours before conditions begin to improve later this afternoon. showers east of trenton and north of surf city and spotty stuff across the western suburbs including reading, lancaster and pottstown and the wilmington area. heavier stuff off to the northwest across north central pennsylvania around williamsport south into harrisburg. there's a counter clockwise spin that's the upper level low rolling like a bowling ball north of state college. that will dive off to the
southeast it will bring steadier rains south of the viewing area, into the baltimore and washington, d.c. metro area. it could touch off spotty showers north of philadelphia and west. it's a mostly cloudy day, better than yesterday, we're not expecting steady rains throughout the afternoon, what we saw after 3:00 p.m. this is a mainly cloudy day with spotty showers thrown in there. 57 degrees by 9:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m., 672. 1:00 p.m., 64. 3:00 p.m., 67 degrees. temperatures are expected to climb warmer than yesterday, we're expecting peeks of sunshine thrown in as well. it's a mainly cloudy after. it's better tomorrow and more so tuesday and wednesday, and so on an as for 0 for the. -- so forth. a deadly pedestrian crash
in burlington county. investigators are not releasing details, but a driver struck and killed someone crossing the road after midnight. it is unclear if charges will be filed. drivers are urged to avoid the area as crews are repairing utility poles. we have a hit-and-run in camden, new jersey, the young victim is in children's hospital in philadelphia being treat ford a critical brain injury. the driver struck the 7-year-old in the parking lot. the police are searching for the driver. they are looking for a black or gray suv with pennsylvania tags that include the letters dlw. today a delaware community is coming together after the simplist killing of a 15-year-old boy. the prayer service will be held at 1:00 p.m. at nativity prep in
wilmington to remember brandon wingo. who was shot and killed heading home from howard high school, no arrests have been made, but police know who they are looking for. there are new clues about what brought down egypt air flight 804. there was smoke in the cabin before the plane went down. that could shift the investigation. >> reporter: we are now hearing the final transmission from the pilots of egypt air flight 804. thank you so much good night. >> reporter: moments later warnings from the data transmission system seven in all one noting lavatory smoke another alerting -- avionic smoke. experts says it raises the possibility that the cause could
be mechanical failure rather than a bomb. could a fire actually overtake the crew in a matter of moments? the smoke could, the smoke is what brings airplanes down. >> reporter: french investigators say they are not jumping to conclusions. now waiting for the black boxes to be found. ships able to scan the floor of the mediterranean sea are sailing into place to help as search teams recover remnants of the disaster. shreds of metal with the egypt air logo and uninflated life vest and the personal belongings of passengers loaded on to a ship for investigators to analyze. french officials met with family members with the 66 people who were on board and stressing there would be no definitive answers until the black boxes are found. marcy gonzalez, paris. we have the latest on the
egypt air crash at 6abc.com you can find updates and the history of the scene and read about the crashes on abc news. bill cosby is expected back in a montgomery county courtroom this week. a preliminary hearing in the sexual assault case is scheduled to tape -- takes place on tuesday. he is charged with an alleged sexual encounter. dozens of women have claimed to be assaulted by cosby, but only this case resulted in criminal charges. police are on the hunt for a man who expoased himself on the schuylkill schuylkill river. one suspect was arrested, but the search is on for another. trish hartman has details. it concerns me, balls it upsets people, as well. if my wife comes home upset
because somebody blasts her that's up setting to me. folks are keeping their guard up after two cases of indecent exposure. a man on a bike told police he saw a man lying on in the middle of the trail and exposing himself and engaging in a lewd act. police were called and the they found the suspect who was charged with indecent exposure and open lewdness and harassment. officers spoke to a woman on the trail near jfk boulevard. 7:45 a female runner saw a man with his pants down engaging in a lewd act. police are trying to track down that suspect. he is a hispanic male in his late 30s or early 40s and stocky build with a backpack. runners we spoke with say, it's alarming. single girl in the city you have
to be on your game. i don't think he was going after someone, he was having fun. >> reporter: the schuylkill river trail watch was formed and safety training are being offered to citizens who use the trail. john did you did you duffin saip for it and hopes the recent criminal activity will be addressed. this area means a lot to me, i use this a fair amount. >> reporter: police say both victims did exactly what they were supposed to in situations like this they called 911 right away. if you have any information on the recent incidents call philadelphia police. reporting along the schuylkill river trail, trish hartman channel 6 "action news." there's much more to come on "action news" sunday morning. alicia vitarelli introduces you to the best of the class of 016. a beer maker is funnel brew through a pipeline underneath a
outside, sky6 live hd giving you i was going to say beautiful, not so beautiful outside temple camera looking at city hall. meteorologist chris sowers may have good news not today, but the up coming days. >> reporter: fantastic news for this week. we have 21 days in time book so far and 12 have been cloudy with rain. this morning we'll add on to that. 13, lucky 13. >> reporter: let's get you outside and show you what's going on. some areas seeing thinning in the cloud deck. it's a cloudy morning with patchy drizzle and mist taking police, and areas seeing -- mist taking place, and some areas seeing spotty showers. we have green popping south and west of philadelphia. it's lancaster, reading, lehigh valley, south and northern portions of new castle county
those are the areas picking up the steadier showers right now. 68 degrees is the forecasted high for today. it's another day below average. 53 is where we started out this morning, a few degrees below the average of 56. everybody is 53, 56 degrees except the poconos, 46 degrees. the surface low itself is now out to sea. it's hugging the coast of new england. this is the upper level feature that will swing through during the course of the day. most of the modeling takes the heavier precip with this and keeps it off to the southwest. it will bring spotty showers to the area later this afternoon. we have a trough or a dip in the jet stream hugging the mid atlantic or the northeast states. it's sitting here. to the west a ton of sunshine is building, we get high pressure dominating the pattern out here, that high will bump the lows out
to sea, but it's taking its sweet time doing it. gray and gloomy throughout the mid atlantic states today. a couple of showers possible. we get into monday, the high gets closer, but we're seeing clouds and a couple of showers are possible, actually monday afternoon maybe a thunderstorm is possible. then we get into tuesday, and it looks like the high is finally start to nudge its way in here, the lows are drifting farther out to sea. we're looking at a mainly cloudy daybreaks of sunshine from time to time, there's a chance of an isolated shower and tuesday is the beginning of the end for the miserable pattern. once the high takes over it will set up for for the remainder of the week and into memorial day weekend. future tracker 6, cloudy conditions throughout the day, peeks of sunshine expected. one or two areas could see an isolated shower, but not as miserable as yesterday. overnight tonight it's cloudy and damp, a brief shower during
the evening that would be it. monday morning, cloudy conditions, limited sun, same thing throughout the afternoon. we'll throw in a scattered shower, as well and rumble of thunder. it could be the eastern area that picks up the showers, western areas are clearing. spotty showers, most of the areas topping out in the upper 60s, allentown 69, trenton, 68. the jersey shore picking up an east northwesterly wind 60 degrees atlantic city and cape may. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, which features the warmest day of the year so far. 68 degrees unsettled today. 72 unsettled tomorrow. tuesday, sun expected, still a chance of a shower, 72 degrees, from wednesday on it's beautiful, sunny and warmer, 84. thursday very warm and humid.
that 88 will feel like the low 90s, friday it's humid with thunderstorm 86 degrees, saturday, muggy, a thunderstorm 84 and most of memorial day weekend at this point looks very, very mild with temperatures everyday in the mid 80s. that's the way we like it. thanks, chris. in west philadelphia, the walnut street west library celebrated it's 110th year this weekend. the library opened back in 1895 on the first floor of the franklin institute. the neighborhood celebrated with a music recital and blow up cake. graduation day is approaching for high school seniors across the area. and once again 6abc is proud to salute the best of the class of 2016. alicia vitarelli has the big day in front of our cameras. , talk about a bright future when it comes to high school seniors you might call them
cream of the crop or we like to call them best of the class. they have soared to the heads of their classes in the tri-state area and as we have for more than 30 years. 6abc has brought them together for a very special event. the animal best of the class took place this week at the adventure aquarium in camden, new jersey. they spent the day networking and attending workshops to begin their promising future and make no mistake they know their paths will cross in the future, so they are checking out their competitors in a friendly way. you see your competition. there are so many smart people here they are going to great schools you learn a lot from them and what they have done and it's insightful, it's a diverse set of of people. >> reporter: the best of the class special will air on 6abc
another reminder there's a huge recall of frozen fruits and vegetables, 400 products sold under 40 different brand names. they were sold at target stores and trader joe's. they control prepared frozen foods that include frozen burittos and fried rice. go to 6abc.com for a full list of recalled products. 6:50 sunday morning, female
pilots who served during world war ii can be laid to rest at argue ton national secretary once again. a laurie voakd owe a lawyer, revoked their right to be buried there, more than 1,000 women joined the air force service pilot programs, 38 of them lost their lives serving the country. four people were shot nearly one year ago and the gunman remains on the loose. one victim died. now his mother is hoping you can help to bring his killer to justice, here's rick williams with our crime fighters report. >> reporter: stacy marks describes her son fobs -- taquille fobbs as your normal everyday 21-year-old. he was a good kid, he gave
me no problems and kind of shy. >> reporter: on july 23 he was along runner street in philadelphia's tioga nicetown section. police were called to the area for a person in the gun. his mother was called and said taquille fobbs was shot. i said he is at temple we got to go there. >> reporter: after 3:00 a.m., he was pronounced dead. that was the worst day of my life. i said why would someone shoot my son? they had totally destroyed me. three other people were shot, but they survived. so far no one has been able to give a description to police. like his friend said, mom when somebody shooting you don't turn around to see who, you just all run. >> reporter: the city of philadelphia is offering up to
$20,000 in reward money for the arrest and conviction of the person responsible. all you need to do is call 215-546-tips. all calls will remain anonymous. your tip could bring some peace to marks who struggles everyday. i don't like to be happy because my son is not here. when they took my son away from me, it's like they took 99% away from me. for crime fighters i'm rick williams channel 6 "action news." tonight on 6abc, the
justin bieber is up for 11 years. taylor swift and adele are vying for 8 awards. madonna will pay tribute to prince. the billboard music awards begin at 8:00 p.m. followed by "action news" at 11:00 p.m. a belgium brewery has run their business into the ground literally. they built a beer pipeline. wait until you hear how it's being paid for. erin mclaughlin takes a look. bruges, belgium, is the best place to drink belgium beer. most of of the breweries are long gone, except the only one left within the town's wall. the streets in the town are too
small to accommodate the large tanker trucks required to transport the beer to the brewery to the bottling plant. the solutions over here, a two mile long beer pipe underground, this is where it begins. for 160 years the family has been brewing beer within the walls of bruges, the problem started back in 2010 when the brewery moved the bottling facility out of the town creating a bottle neck of beer trucks. he said this is the best way to keep the family tradition going. i think we are the first ones to do this. >> reporter: engineers drilled through the town's canals and could believedeets producing four thousand ounces of beer an hour. we received from
a lot of people they had a condition a tap-in point. are you award about people tapping into the pipeline? we are sure this will not be possible. >> reporter: the pipeline's popularity gave him an idea crowd fund the project's $5.4 million price tag came up with a scheme to exchange donations for beer. the restauranteur gave over $11,000 and gets free beer for life. i like the beer, i drink it everyday, but it's for the friendship. there's nothing like good friends and the crisp taste of freshly brewed beer. >> reporter: the pipeline is under construction and expected to flow in the beginning of summer. in the meantime, have a taste. erin cnn bruges.
there's another hour of "action news" sunday morning, straight ahead. there's another story we're working on for you, storm tracker 6 live tracking showers hanging around the area, a wet weekend, many of you will like the weather later this week. a 14-year-old boy is dead. another teen and woman wounded in a shootout outside a corner store in chester. we'll see you back here right after this break. pat toomey started his career as an investment banker. then, a wall street wheeler-dealer overseeing stock trades in new york,
london and tokyo. next, toomey moved to hong kong to work with wealthy chinese investors. in the senate, it's no surprise toomey's been siding with wall street. voting to allow banks to continue making
sunday morning, a fire forces the evacuation of townhomes in camden county. debris from egypt air flight 804 has turned up, but it is the warning messages on the plane that is raising question his. our umbrellas are getting a workout, more showers are moving through parts of the area this morning. 7:00 a.m., let's get outside to meteorologist chris sowers and accuweather, improving conditions today. >> reporter: we're hoping, we're hoping at this point the weather has been so consistent day in and day out, you don't need a meteorologist, you know every day has been cloudy and damp. the month of the may has been down right lousy. 9 days part lit cloudy and 12 cloudy with rain and 18 out of the 22 days have been blow