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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
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average. it's a miserable month across the board. we have more rain this morning. storm tracker 6 live double scan lots of green starting to pop up again. these are the lighter shades of green, we're looking at spotty showers and patchy drizzle. to the northwest steadier stuff is starting to develop. north central pennsylvania and williamsport and harrisburg and western state college. that's the upper level low the counter clockwise swirl could dive off to the south and east. it could clip the north an western suburbs. we'll have clouds and patchy drizzle from time to time and one or two spotty showers. 9:00 a.m. temperatures, 57. 11:00 a.m., 62. 1:00 p.m., 64 and then from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. we're expecting highs 67, 68 degrees, we could see peeks of sunshine from time to time. generally speaking this is a cloudy day with spotty showers, 68 degrees, jersey shore, lots of clouds, still somewhat breezy
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and cooler. highs in the upper 50s, close to 60 degrees. better weather is finally in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. not only will we see sunshine we also have the warmest temperatures of the year so far. details coming up in ten minutes. can't wait to hear it. thank you so much. remember you can get the seven-day forecast and radar at 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 from the unit block of queen anne court in evesham township. the burning home belonged to a family who was out of town for the weekend. the pet dog did not make it out in time. the fast-moving fire caused smoke and damage to the adjoining homes. police evacuated those residents. new this morning, chester police are searching for clues that could solve a triple shooting. a 14-year-old died in a barrage of bullets in front of the a
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corner store. jeff chirico has it latest on the investigation. >> reporter: the victims include a 14-year-old and 16-year-old teen boys, as well as a 32-year-old woman. we are told the 14-year-old boy died. when we arrived at the scene it looked like a shootout unfolded on the corner store on the 1100 block of pine lane. police placed evidence marksers where 30 shell casing were found. police have not said who pulled the trigger or why. a man said his wife heard the gunfire at home and was shocked to learn how many bullets were actually fired. that many? , and two kids, too? that's bad. >> reporter: once again, we're told 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 are from that store and hopes it will lead them to the
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shooter. in up land, jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." the commander of the american forces in the mid east has confirmed the killing of the average taliban leader who died in a u.s. drone strike. u.s. and of afghani officials sd he was targeted near the afghanistan border. leaked data is raising questions whether mechanical failure and not terrorism brought down the plane. the data transmission system sent out seven warnings in all, one had to do with smoke in the lavatory and smoke below the cockpit where electronic equipment operates the aircraft. experts say the new information
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raises the possibility that mechanical failure was to blame. could a fire actually overtake the crew in a matter of moments? the smoke is what brings airplanes down when there's fire in the cockpit. >> reporter: 66 people were on board the domed flight. officials caution it is too early to tell what happened. meantime, crews continue to search the mediterranean for the plane's block boxes. "good morning america" weekend will have coverage of egypt air tragedy at 8:00 a.m. a heart attack is suspected in the death of one of two horses that died after the preakness stakes. he later collapsed on his way from the winner circle to the barn and died. three races later, a 4-year-old philly fractured her leg and had to be euthanized on the track. it was a familiar tragedy for
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her owners who owned barbaro who shattered his leg and had to be put down 8 months later. one firefighter from the nottingham fire company fell 30 feet when the roof collapses on tennis avenue. another firefighter suffered tightness in his chest. they were taken to the hospital for treatment. the person escaped with minor burns. donald trump is expected to vet running mates this week. chris christie is reported to be on the list of possible vps. trump campaigns in new mexico and california both primaries are on june 7 the same as new jersey. the next primary is tuesday in washington state. hillary clinton is taking her campaign to california later
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this week. before that she stumped in michigan. she lost that state to bernie sanders. clinton calls trump's gun rights policy dangerous. the national rifle association has endorsed donald trump. this weekend bernie sanders also made a stop in california. he is well behind clinton in the delegate count and banking of course on california to cut a sizable chunk out of her lead. during his rally he said else the candidate that tells the truth. on this week bernie sanders will describe why he thinks hillary and trump trump are not the right choices for president. you can see that here on 6abc. happening today, 1100 students become graduates of la salle university. the commencement starts at 10:30 a.m. it is graduation on the
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cabrini college campus in radnor. 250 students will receive their batch lowers degree, 100 will get their masters. the certify mother begins atmosphere 10:00 a.m. at the athletic field. there's much more to come on "action news" sunday morning. ready for a closeup, the huge tank from the space shuttle arrives at its new home. this building has turned into a money pit and the family claims the original contractor walked off the job. phillies lose another game in the rain, but the offense that has the manager concerned. >> reporter: we have more clouds and showers and sunny conditions are in the seven-day forecast, details right after this?
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a massive space shuttle fuel tank has reached its final destinations. the tank arrived at the space museum in southern california. the 65,000-pound tank traveled 16 miles through the streets of los angeles, really, really slow to reach its final home. it will displayed along the retired orbiter, endeavor. >> reporter: look at the blue skies. >> reporter: not here, we have shades of gray. it's been a rather gloomy month out there, and today no different. we'll see cloudy conditions and peeks of sunshine if you're lucky, maybe you see a little blue out there this afternoon. i wouldn't hold my breath. some of us could see showers, as well. more wet weather south of philadelphia this morning and
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scattered showers east, as well, jersey shore from toms river to cape may. this is northern new castle county in twair -- delaware, this is southern chester county and southeastern pennsylvania. chadds ford, 202 into west chester is wet. and 41 heading westward we're seeing more scattered showers. we have an upper level low that is in the process of swinging through. that will reinforce the dreary conditions over the next 24 to 36 hours. dreary it has been. rainfall totals in philadelphia, 2 inches. wilmington, 1.65. that puts philadelphia shy of five inches for the month. doylestown,.82. and wildwood, 73 and trenton half inch of rain. it's been very, very dreary. dewpoint, 48. pressure is holding stealed. winds out of the northwest at 7 miles per hour.
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mid 50s for everybody this morning, there's a bit of a breeze. makes it feel cooler. 48 in the poconos. millville, 53. cape may, showing 54. here's satellite and radar, there's the upper level low spinning moving just southeast of buffalo. now it's right over top of williamsport in harrisburg it continues to dive off to the southeast. as it gets closer and closer it will increase the clouds and it will bring rain or scattered showers to the western suburbs. you see the counter clockwise swirl. raining pretty good in harrisburg and state college. places like baltimore and washington, d.c. a miserable afternoon again. philadelphia, the immediate vowdged -- surrounding suburbs a cloud day with showers. beautiful stuff to the west, chicago, bright and sunny, temperatures in the 70s, high plains, great lakes all of this looks really, really gneiss.
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it's having a difficult time moving east, because the lows are so stubborn. by monday we'll see the effects of the low a lot of clouds and spotty showers, the heaviest stays offshore, but still it will not be a nice day. tuesday the high bumps the low farther to the east. it's from wednesday on, the high takes over, we see more in the way of sunshine and warmer temperatures. future tracker 6 cloudy conditions throughout the day, a couple of spotty showers are possible. doesn't look like anything too terribly heavy is expected. modeling puts the heavier stuff west of the viewing area. we wouldn't rule out spotty showers. first thing tomorrow morning it's gray and gloomy, and patchy drizzle. tomorrow afternoon, cloudy conditions and peeks of sunshine, cloud showers are possible, maybe a thundershower, as well. cloudy today, spotty showers, 68 degrees, this is not like yesterday with the driving rain especially during the late evening hours. winds out of the north at 5 to 15 miles per hour. going hour by hour, cloudy
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conditions, peeks of sun, spotty shower, 3:00 p.m., 67. 5:00 p.m., 67 degrees. partly cloudy we'll call it seasonable overnight tonight. 49 degrees outlying bushes, 53 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, it gets better this week. 68 today. 72 for monday, some sunshine is expected. there could showers, tuesday, that shower threat lingers, but it's only down to 30 or 40% chance at that point. from wednesday on it looks good, 84, 88, 86, 84. we should see 50/50 in terms of sunshine or sky coverage on either one of those days, with the 80s move in here, that's going to feel very, very good. i was looking for something bright today. >> reporter: what was it. nydia's dress and your tie. musikfest in the lehigh valley performs on the stage sunday august 7.
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musikfest runs from august 5th to the 14th. 6abc has been a proud sponsor of musikfest we hope to see you there. folks, 7:18, this video
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just in from a significant stop for the pilot trying to make the first 0 solo powered flight around the world, solar impulse ii in date ton, ohio. they plan to complete the flight in all abu dhabi. 6abc is teaming up with children's hospital, the daisy day charity for a donation drive
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to raise money for pediatric cancer research and the care of young patients. volunteers will be here manning the phone lines at 6abc studios, taking donations from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on tuesday. when a child hears their mother's voice, their face is not the only thing that lights up. they monitored the brain activity of children age 7 to 12. the part of the child's brain that inside emotion and facial recognition and social functioning seems to be stimulated. the author they understood why we crave maternal comfort. >> reporter: welcome back
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everyone, 7:22 sunday morning, you're sick and tired of the clouds and rain. the good news we have changes heading this way. it's going to take its time getting here. we have clear conditions to the west, look at chicago to the gulf coast states. it's clear as a whistle with high pressure dominating the pattern. here's philadelphia. what we've been seeing is the jet stream looking something like this, where all the sun and the warmth stays to the west. this is the cooler than average temperatures in the mid atlantic and the northeast and it has remained wet. upper level low is parked over the mid atlantic and the northeast. everything is going to shift and by the time we get into
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wednesday, everything will looks like this. the temperatures will soar into the 80s. we'll see cooperation from mother nature. forecast today, not cooperating. mostly cloudy, showers, patchy drizzle, 68 degrees for the jester shore, highs in the upper 50s, close to 60. nydia. the world's biggest cruise ship is setting sail royal caribbean is leaving from england to the netherlands. it's 18 decks high taller than the eiffel tower and twice as high as the titanic. it holds 6300 passengers and 2400 crew members. that i say -- that's it? in sports, the phillies offense, the little of it disappeared against the locally
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atlanta braves, the phils have lost two at home. here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: it is phillies will try to avoid getting swept by the braves. the only time they were swept this season, the opening series in cincinnati. well how about the phillies yesterday. fans singing in the rain? no, phillies fans falling asleep watching this think against atlanta at that. if you blinked you missed the highlight. bottom 3, phils trying to start a rally. had a --le bull run scores. braves get two in the inning off adam morgan. phils get two hits, nothing going right for franco, nearly gets hit in the head right there. phillies shaking their hit after losing 2-zip they drop 4 of 6. it gets to you after a while. i don't know if we can sustain
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the pace scoring 2 or 3 runs in the night, as good as our pitching has been it's going to effect everybody. it's not effecting our guys yet, they looked down today, but we have to come back tomorrow and get it going. >> reporter: the eagles off season workout may be voluntary, but don't tell that to jordon matthews. doug peterson has to like this. matthew says the mentality doesn't change in the off season. the work ethic can only help the receivers who had the most drop in the nfl last season. he cannot afford to drop the ball. you can't come out here saying we have a long time this season, if you want to be the caliber of the team that wants to win super bowls, you don't need to be perfect, but you need
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to have that attitude. >> reporter: carson -- carson wentz out in pasadena celebrating for his football calendar and flapping his wings and his work ethics for the cameras. you're getting a tough competitive son of a gun i hate to lose and so do you, i'm ready to go. >> reporter: ron jaworski and dick vermeal hanging out at the soul game. it's a rugby scrum in the end zone. touchdown, jaws goes nuts. soul they go home winners they beat orlando, 62-654. they were the best -- 62-54. they are the best football team in south philly. there will be no triple
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crown repeat in horse racing. exaggerator won the 141 preakness stakes. exaggerator rallied on the sloppy track in baltimore. super heros are taking over the please touch museum. the second annual super hero weekend. it's the superpower of imagination for children of all ages. kids got a chance to make their own costumes. it continues today it begins at 11:00 a.m. we've got much more "action news" straight ahead. we'll be right back. new the
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investigation into a crash that killed a pedestrian and shout down a south jersey highway. a someone is flashing runners along the schuylkill trail. police may have it solved. sunday showers, accuweather says we are moving from a wet weekend to a wet workweek. meteorologist chris sowers is outside with the accuweather forecast. bring us good news, chris. >> reporter: the good news it's only for a couple of more days, we'll get into a sunny pattern day in and day out it will feel better and look better.
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these the rainfall totals for the months for philadelphia, 4.93. now, by the 22nd we should have only seen 2.1 inches of rain. we're 2 inches above average and a third of the month to go. atlantic city, 4 1/2 inches. allentown, 3 inches, trenton up 3 inches ever rain, of course, as we flip it over to the radars, we have more rain out there, especially across central portion pennsylvania. east of state college it's raining in harrisburg and williamsport. yesterday's rain was associated with the coastal storm that's well to the north up across new england. once we get the upper level feature through that's when the faucet turns off for good and we start to see sunshine. we'll take a zoom into the western suburbs west of philadelphia chadds ford and wilmington reporting light rain this morning. 202 from wilmington up to west chester you're seeing showers
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out there. nothing too terribly heavy. but it's enough to dampen the roads again and slow things down a little bit. forecast for today, cloudy and peeks of sunshine during the afternoon. there could spotty showers out there. 11:00 a.m., 62. 1:00 p.m., 64. by 3:00 p.m., 67. that same number for 5:00 p.m., 67 degrees, shooting for a high of 68. note we have cloud cover throughout the day. again you'll see peeks of sunshine. it's not a completely cloudy afternoon, but not a nice looking afternoon. as we look ahead, more clouds and showers are in the foreseeable future. we have a warmup heading this way. by the middle of this week wednesday starts it off. not only will we see the warmest temperatures so far this year we'll crank up the humidity for the first time this year. we'll talk about that in the seven-day forecast when i see you in just a little bit. nydia, there's light here at the end of the tunnel. thank you. happening now a deadly
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pedestrian crash has a major road in burlington county new jersey closed at this hour. the prosecutor's office arrived on scene at route 130 southbound at east federal street in burlington. investigator are not releasing many details. but we know that a driver struck and killed someone crossing the road after midnight. the collision caused the vick to lose control and veer off the road. it is unclear if charges will be fired. drivers are urged to avoid the area as crews are repairing utility poles damaged in the crash. 7:32 we have an update for you on a hit-and-run crash in camden, new jersey. we've learned that the young victim is in the children's hospital being treated for a critical brain injury. a driver struck the 7-year-old in the branch village housing project also in camden. the car pulled into the parking lot and hit the victim and drove off. police are searching for the driver looking for a black or gray suv with pennsylvania tags that include the letters dlw.
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today a delaware community is coming together after the killing of a 15-year-old boy. a prayer service will be held at 1:00 p.m. at nativity prep in wilmington to remember brandon wingo who was shot and killed walking home from howard high school of technology. no arrests have been made, but police know who they are looking for. there are clues about what brought egypt air flight 084. officials are focusing on signs that there was smoke in the cabin before the jet went down and that could shift the investigation. marcy gonzalez has the latest from paris. >> reporter: we're hearing the final transmission from the pilots of egypt 804. moments later warnings from the data transmission system seven in all, one noting lavatory smoke and one alerting avionic
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smoke. one last message warning of trouble in the flight control systems before the plane vanishes from radar. experts say 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 when there's a fire in the cockpit. >> 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 virginia 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 personal belongings of passengers loaded on a ship for experts to analyze. there will be no definitive
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answer until the black boxes are found. marcy gonzalez, abc news paris. we are posting the latest on the egypt air crash at 6abc.com. you can find updates on the investigation as well as pictures from the scene you can read about the history from egypt air crashes abc news. bill cosby is expected back in a montgomery county courtroom this week. a preliminary hearing in a sexual assault case can expected to takes place on tuesday. he is charged in an alleged encounter with a woman in his home in elkins park in 2004. dozens of women claim to have sexually assaulted by cosby, only this case resulted in criminal charges. two men were spotted exposing themselves on the schuylkill river trail yesterday, but only one of them has been caught. police arrested 34-year-old celine smalley. a man called 911 when he was
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lying in the in the middle of the trail engaging in a lewd act. a female runner saw a different male acting inappropriately with his pants down near jfk boulevard described as a hispanic in his 30s or 40s with a stokey build. this is saint andrews united methodist church. this former house of worship is drawing of dismay for the family that owns it. it's a unique project we know it was going to cost a lot, we sold everything we had to get it. >> reporter: mike and jody are trying to transform the former sanctuary into a family home. in this lawsuit they accused the original contractor of negligence, fraud and theft and deficiencies in work. we showed him what we were doing and how much we had and
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willing to get the job done. >> reporter: the family's lawsuit claims after they paid kuhn $303,000 he walked off the job. the lawsuit claims kuhn overbilled them for services by subcontractors and caused damage to the property. within ten seconds the entire basement was filled up with mud and water. the troubleshooters went to john kuhn for answers. mr. slack changed the entire plan and didn't believe he had to pay for it. >> reporter: he paid you $300,000 what did you do for that? what i do? >> reporter: what work did you do? there was a lot of work done. kuhn said if anything, the family owes him money. how much money does he owe you and to for what. >> reporter: he owes me $100,000. for what. >> reporter: all the extras.
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like what. >> reporter: there's a litigation going on, i'm not going into detail. >> reporter: later kuhn tells me he will show me documents and e-mails and text messages to approve his side of the story. i will invite you back and show you everything i have. i gave my attorney 1500 pages of documentation on this case. but thn kuhn told us -- then kuhn and his attorney told us they do not want to try this in the media. this pending lawsuit was in the violation of the pennsylvania home improvement consumer protection act and unfair trade practices, we put more on those laws and what you can learn from this at 6abc.com. meanwhile, the family hired a second contractor to finish the job, they say their new home will be completed next month. 7:38 an awarded winning
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music based on on a popular children's book about a girl appear life turned upside down is on stage in philadelphia. 6abc loves the arts previews the secret garden. live look outside looking at temple university, it is gloomy and gray, what's in store for the workweek? chris sowers says you'll love it we'll have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast in a bit.
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so glad you stayed with us on a sunday morning, 7:41, 53 degrees outside, sky6 live hd giving a look over center city. meteorologist chris sowers has been talking about the gloom and the gray, but he promises the sun is up in the sky. my husband is golfing today, he wants to know if it's okay to go out there. define okay. he is a dye hard. >> reporter: he'll be okay. we're not expecting a driving rain like yesterday evening, but we are expecting a few showers throughout the date. there's the view in cape may. it's another gloomy morning out there, drizzle taking place for the jersey shore. looks like the shore will be the one location in the viewing area that has the chance of staying dry most of the time today. even though you're seeing wet weather to the north, that will be it up through here, it will be this part of the viewing area that has the best chances of
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seeing wet weather. the steady stuff is starting to show up north of wilmington. we'll zoom into with him you can see the darker shades of green northward into chadds ford and 202. a lot of this is drifting off to the south. it will dissipate very shortly. today is mainly a cloudy day and show showers throughout the afternoon. we had such a wonderful start to spring, march, april, very, very mild compared to seasonal averages. all of a sudden we got into may, 80-degree days, we have not found them. so far none in the month of may. in the seven-day forecast you can add those numbers, we'll double that or equal that. looks like the trend continues throughout the rest of the month of may. nicer weather is heading this way. 68 degrees is the forecasterred high. today above average, but it will feel better compared to yesterday's chilly high. 53 degrees is where we started
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out. low 50s, north and west, mid 50s, south and east. gandys beach, 52, smyrna, 53. hockessin 52. sea isle and woodbine, 43 degrees. there's the coastal low spinning off the coast of new england. that brought the rains yesterday. now we have the upper level feature pushing in on the backside that will bring the shower threat for tomorrow. once the upper level low clears the coast. nothing going on, high pressure in control across the heartland of the nation, u.s./canadian border, southward through the gulf states. this will bring warmer temperatures. this will take time for the process to tames. surface maps today looks like, there's the area of low pressure off the coast throwing back moisture off the ocean. it's a cloudy day, spotty showers possible. monday the high gets closer, we're feeling the influence of that low off the coast, so it's another cloudy day, a couple of showers possible.
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and then we get into tuesday, finally the lows are far enough out to sea to where the high starts to become the dominant feature. we are expecting a lot of cloud cover on tuesday, breaks of sunshine. we shut off the shower threat and we'll see the return of sunshine from wednesday on. it's really, really nice. you'll see that in the seven-day forecast in a moment. future tracker 6 cloudy conditions, spotty showers, i know you have a lot of out door activities today. it's hard to say who sees a shower and who doesn't. everybody is fair game, even though the modeling has it confined to the western suburbs, everybody runs a risk of seeing a shower or two throughout the overnight hours. overnight tonight, cloudy and damp. monday, starts out dry, partly sunny skies and showers develop during the late afternoon hours. forecast for today, cloudy and damp, a couple of spotty showers, highs in the upper 60s. philadelphia, 68. trenton, 69. allentown, 69.
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millville, 65. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows 72 for tomorrow. we'll see sunshine, spotty showers during the afternoon, tuesday, clouds, some sun, maybe a shower, 30% chance, 72. wednesday, high pressure moves on in, look at that. sunny and warmer, 84. thursday, summer-like with the high of 88. it will feel like 90 with the humidity. friday, 86. saturday, muggy, thunderstorm 84. sunday, highs in the 80s. memorial day i felt looks like highs in the 80s and 80s through tuesday and wednesday for the following week. this is what we've all been waiting for. universal training for autism seems to be paying off. kids are getting diagnosed a year earlier and that means treatment can start earlier. in today's kids health matters erin o'hern introduces to a local family who said early intervention is important. >> reporter: ten-year-old
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brayden wright goes full tilt whether it's a game of hoops with his family or practicing his drums. it's the reversal when he was a toddler sean and in this case -- nicole knew his behavior was not normal. he was not interacting with any of the other kids. she were sure it would change. else a boy and stubborn. >> reporter: finally a doctor took notice and said to test him for autism. guidelines recommends that every child westbound screen for autism. it's called the m chat modified checklist for autism in toddlers. we're looking for children who have social and communication delays. >> reporter: dr. bennett said 95% of the children flagged by the m chat question are
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diagnosed. once we got the diagnosis it opened so many doors. >> reporter: he plays basketball and other sports with special olympics and he loves music. he wouldn't be the child he is today if we didn't get all the services early. >> reporter: dr. bennett said it may take time to get a formal exam and diagnosis, but earlier intervention can start sooner. we have a link at 6abc.com i'm erin o'hern channel 6 "action news."
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dear fellow citizen, time spent with my son really makes me appreciate "the now". but i also have to plan for my family's future. and that means taking on debt. in a smart way. like my mortgage - it's working for me. and if he needs a college loan down the road, that'll be worth it too. it's all about having a strategy, that fits your life. so, if you have a question about how to make debt work for you, ask me. sincerely, brandon heaven fellow dad and fellow citizen.
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about how to make debt work for you, ask me. so glad you stayed with us, time 7:50, the ardent theater company has a tony award winning musical.
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karen rogers has 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: based on on the classic children's novel of the same name, the secret garden is about a young girl's past to find solace in a mysterious place she has to call home. the secret garden was written in 1911. it is considered one of his most popular books. it is about a ten-year-old girl who loses her family and sent away to live with her uncle who she never met before. >> reporter: the show follows mary on her mission to bring aunt lilly's garden back to life. the musical premiered on broadway 25 years ago and won three toniys, including one for best book. it's a show that not a whole lot of companies do, because it has to be sung really, really well. >> reporter: 12-year-old bailie
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ryan plays the lead roll of marry lennox. the award winning music features songs like wick and lilly's eyes. lilly's eyes is one of my favorites, because it's so pretty. >> reporter: the music is sweeping and its romantic, it's not a kid show, but it's a show where you can come with your entire family. >> reporter: the secret garden plays at the arden theater until june 19. go to arden theater.org or go do 6abc loves the arts. for 6abc loves the arts, i'm karen rogers. tonight on 6abc, ludicrous and sierra hosts the billboard music awards live. they lead the pack with 16 nominations. justin bieber is up for 11 awards. taylor swift and adele are vying
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for 8 awards. madonna will honor prince. the billboard music awards give at 8:00 p.m. followed by "action news" at 11:00 p.m. connections. you're not just in the classroom; you're part of the community. you meet these tiny kids every year, and you help them learn and grow. but you also get to know their families, and over the years they become a part of your life,
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and you become a part of theirs. when you build those connections, you can accomplish some pretty amazing things. i'm jackie kruzik and i'm proud to be a new jersey educator.
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intromercedes-benz c-coupe, redesigned with its athletic prowess and sleek new body. it doesn't just raise the bar... ...it completely crushes it. the all-new c-class coupe. mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. right about two things. >> reporter: we'll get lots of clouds and sunshine. 65 degrees for the first pitch, 9th inning, 68 degrees, cloudy
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conditions an spotty shower. gets better next week. we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to glorng. glorng -- good morning "good morning america." >> reporter: we're following the mysterious crash to egypt air flight 804. what a cryptic message written on the plane could mean. plus an alaskan man lucky to be alive attacked by a brown bear camping with his wife and friend. left for dead we have his story to bring to you. american airlines is putting $4 million of its own money to higher more worker to say speed up security lines at american airports. the airline coo slamming the federal government for the unacceptable long lines. as we enter a busy summer travel season can we see relief from
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the long lines coming up on "g.m.a." we'll see you soon. "good morning america" weekend is next on channel 6. "action news" continues a little later this morning. here's a look at the stories we're working on for you. police in south jersey are investigating after a pedestrian was hit by a car and killed. the latest at 9:00 a.m. again from long lines to lost luggage, flying away is not always easy. we have simple tips to help relieve all that stress. plus chris sowers will have more in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. now, for gray hall, chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han. have a great sunday, we'll see you back here at 9:00 a.m.
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good morning, america. new overnight, deadlocked. the new abc news/"washington post" poll shows the tightening campaign. donald trump closing the huge gap and reaching out to hispanics. >> you're going to like president trump. >> as hillary steps up her attacks. and the bernie sanders headline. why he's staying in the race. >> i don't want to see the american people voting for the lesser of two evils. cutting the lines. the airline taking matters into its own hands this morning. what it's now doing to cut down those unbearable waits to get through airport security. hours long. will other airlines follow suit? upset at the preakness. the horse who became a runaway winner, despite the mud. dashing nyquist's bid for a triple crown. >> exaggerator has turned the tables, he has won the preakness

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