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neighbor. friends and family are coming together today to remember a delaware teenager who was gunned down near his high school. and we are wrapping up the weekend with a whole lot of clouds out there, but the sun is making a come back this week. meteorologist chris sowers is here with a look at the connecticut forecast. >> reporter: that's what they tell me. i feel like i've been telling you and it never appears. wait for it, wait for it. >> reporter: we'll see the sunshine later this week. there are several days that look bright and sunny and very, very warm. the next couple of look iffy, dicey, lots of clouds and spotty showers are being reported. if you're not seeing a shower, you're picking up drizzle or mist, damp, as well. the surface low that brought the rains yesterday evening is well out to sea. the upper level feature is holding back to the west. this has to clear out before we
see the return of sunshine. this will be charging east over the next several hours, it will lock the cloud cover in and will produce heavy showers well north and west of the if city. if you have outdoor plans bring an umbrella. future tracker 6 showing thundershowers possible west of philadelphia everybody else is mainly just a cloudy day or spotty shower from time to time. here's the call from accuweather, clouds, spotty shower, we'll see peeks of sunshine, as well. that's why we're up to 6 degrees later on. right now it's a struggle, mid to upper 50s a couple of scattered showers around and it's mainly cloudy the rest of the way, 64 by 1:00 p.m. 67 by 3:00 p.m. we have much milder temperatures in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. feeling like summer by thursday, details coming up. gray? chris, thank you so much. you can find the seven-day forecast and live look at storm
tracker 6 live double scan radar at any time of the day on our website head to 6abc.com/weather. new this morning, a quick-thinking neighbor called for home when a town home in south jersey went up in flames. the blaze broke out on on queen anne court in evesham township. nobody was in the town home blimp, but we are told that a dog dialed. the house is a -- dog died, the house is a total loss. no word on what sparked the fire. a deadly pedestrian crash is causing delays on a busy road in new jersey. a fire struck a pedestrian at federal and 130. utility crews are keeping the left lane close due to on going repairs. police have not released the name of the victim or the driver involved. the driver is cooperating with the investigation. 9:02.
one teenager is dead and another is fighting for his life after a triple shooting in chester this happened in front of a corner store and this morning the investigation continues. jeff chirico has the latest. >> 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 that the 14-year-old boy has 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 30 evidence markers where bullets were found. police have not said how the shooting unfolded and who pulled the trigger or why. a 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 you said there was two kids, too, that's sad. >> 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 from the store and hopes it will lead them to the shooter. in up land jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." today a delaware community is coming together after the senseless 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 brendan wingo, he feels shot and killed coming -- he was shot and killed heading home from howard high school of technology on thursday, police know who they are looking for. two flashes were spotted on the schuylkill river trail. a bicyclist called 911 when he saw a man lying in the pathway performing a lewd act on himself. police arrested him nearby. a half-hour later a woman said she saw a different man doing something similar.
single girl in the city you have to be on your game. it concerns me, it upsets people, as well. if my wife comes home upset balls somebody flashed her, that's up setting to me. the next training for the schuylkill river trail watch is on wednesday. police have posted signs along the path in case of an emergency. now to the latest on the crash of egypt air flight 804. leaked data is questioning whether mechanical failure brought down the plane. the seven warnings were sent out, one had to do with smoke in the lavatory and another below the cockpit where electronic equipment operates the aircraft and control systems. the information raises the possibility that mechanic failure was to blame. could the fire overtake the
crews in a matter of moments. the smoke could it's what brings planes down when there's fire in the cockpit. >> reporter: officials caution it's still too early to tell what happened. meantime, crews continue to search the mediterranean for the plane's black boxes. 9:06 we turn to the rails for 2016. donald trump an hillary clinton are trading jabs this time over gun control. david wright has the latest from the campaign trail. >> reporter: the tale of two trumps, in just 24 hours. one taking aim at his likely rivalling over guns. hillary clinton wants to aabolish the second amendment, remember that. >> reporter: the other striking a sort of tone in a video appealing to hispanic evangelic a aevangelicals.
donald trump promises to fix minorities he said under his presidency low income families will pay nothing in his taxes. absent from the speech the infamous border wall and his plan to deport undocumented immigrants. we have a candidate who wants to tear families apart. we're getting rid of gun-free zones. in his very first hour as president, heaven forbid [laughter] [cheers and applause] >> reporter: clinton was the keynote speaker at an event for mothers who lost loved ones to gun violence. he would mandate that every school in america who allow guns in classrooms. every school he said. that idea isn't just way out
there. it's dangerous. david wright, abc news new york. there's much more to come on this sunday morning edition of "action news." a philadelphia flier is back on skates after suffering a stroke his story in "healthcheck." the biggest names in music are coming together tonight for the billboard music awards. we have a sneak peek. a live look sky6 live hd and our temple uniformity -- university camera, it's gray and gloomy and cloudy. when will the sun return? chris sowers has the answer in the seven-day forecast after the break.
the 24th annual billboard music award is tonight on 6abc. it promises not to disappoint. britany spears will open the show with a medley. madonna will perform a tribute to the late star prince. the tribute will be incident mate and very respectful. kiesha will be performing tonight, she was originally barred from her label over fears she might use the opportunity as a platform in her on going litigation. she has revealed on instagram she plans to cover a bob dylan
song it ain't me babe. thankfully i won't be performing there. you can see who takes open the trophies at 8:00 p.m. on 6abc. followed by "action news" with walter perez and sarah bloomquist. we'll be talking about the billboard music awards and we're asking if taylor swift or adele should win. they are vying for 8 different bbas. we have sunshine in the seven-day forecast just not today. today is another gray and gloomy afternoon and another day filled with spotty showers. the seven day looks much, much better, the warmest temperatures of the year so far are in the foreseeable future for a change. in anther meantime there's the view in penns landing, it is damp and cloudy and dreary and patchy drizzle taking place. heavier showers off to the west actually in southern chester and delaware county from media down to chadds ford up into west
chester along route 322 there. a pocket of steadier rain most of the this is very, very light this morning. and should pull out of here shortly, followed by scattered stuff this afternoon. another unsettled day. rainfall totals from yesterday, quite impressive not in the areas as we originally thought. we thought the bulls eye was going to be down the shore, philadelphia, 2 inches. wilmington, 1.65. wildwood under an inch and wildwood, over half an inch and trenton half inch. highs today top you tell in the mid to upper 60s. the surface low is across new england and moving in orderward into the canadian maritimes. we have an upper level low pressure system spinning it's cut off from the main flow of traffic which is way up here. the super highways of storms is here and this low is here. there's nothing to move it along
its way. we're expecting unsettled weather through tuesday. we'll get into this right here from wednesday on that's a lot of sunshine and warm temperatures. so that high will try its best to bump these lows out to sea over the next few days, it's not going to do so today or tomorrow. we'll is a chance of showers both days, by tuesday, the high gets closer. the lows a little farther and we see the return of sunshine and it starts to warm up. it's wednesday the dreary pattern breaks down. future tracker 6 this afternoon, mostly cloudy skies, peeks of sunshine expected. there could spotty showers, as well. far western suburbs, maybe you hear a rumble or two of thunder. should not amount to all that much. in the overnight hours, patchy drizzle. monday morning a mixture of clouds and sun first thing in the morning and spotty showers in the afternoon. we could have a quick-hitting downpour or brief thunderstorm that could linger through the evening hours. this could continue through
tuesday, except the unsettled weather would shift east into new jersey it would be the western suburbs that would see clear conditions. wednesday, everybody starts to clear out. cloudy today, spotty showers throughout the afternoon. 68 degrees is the forecasted high. winds are light out of the north at 35 to 15 miles per hour. the exclusive accuweather forecast. unsettled today, somewhat uncentennialed tomorrow. tuesday -- somewhat unsettled tomorrow. tuesday, clouds and sun. wednesday, sunshine and high of 84. thursday, we are up to 88. we'll crank up the humidity a little bit, it will feel like 90 or 91. friday, humid with a thunderstorm, 86. saturday, sun and clouds, 84. e exaggerator nudged out
the kentucky darby winner nyquist. two horses died after their undercard races. one of the animals belonged to the other owner of barbaro. the dead horses will be examined at penn vets new bolton center in chester county. last year a former army secretary revoked their rights to be burred saying the women did not qualify. more than 1,000 women joined the women air force pilot program. 38 lost their lives serving the country. >> welcome back on this sunday,
9:18. 56 degrees, sky6 live hd taking a live look at cape may, new jersey. it is not beach weather. we have scattered showers throughout the day. however, memorial day will have summer-like temperatures. that's something to look forward to. a major healthcare company said it is committed to curbing the national drug epidemic and taking steps to reduce use among customers. it will cut the use of opioids. drug overdose is the leading cause of accidental death in america. the cdc said that use of narcotic pain killers has quadrupled in the past ten years. 9:19 do the pictures of the long tsa lines stress you out before you get to the airport.
there's ways to deal with the stress dealing with the lines this summer. arrive early, it will ease your concerns and stress. be productive and load a movie on your mobile device before you leave home and decompress at a private lounge at the airport. some offer spouse with massage therapists. you can get in touch with your spiritual side at the airport chapel, no electronic devices are allowed. a former philadelphia flyer is helping raise awareness to stroke. registered nurse ali gorman has the story. >> reporter: in the 80s, brian prop battled tough opponents as a philadelphia flyer. today he is back in the orange
and black fighting a different opponent the after effects of a stroke he suffered last september. his right side was motionless and his speech car -- slurs. it is believed it was from afib. a clot can trigger a stroke. when he came to rehab they said skating was the perfect therapy to strengthen his right leg and restore his arm motion. his rips move easier and his shoulder moved easier and it helped with speech. prop made fast progress and
didn't mind repeating moves over and over. it helped inspire pee. you could see him light up when he got in the setting. he shoots, he scores. >> reporter: prop isn't completely recovered, but back to work and family life and flyers events with a message for anyone with a-fib. be careful, take your doctor's appointments, don't cancel them, because that can save your life. a-fib is a bigger cause of stroke than previously shot. get regular checkups, the problem can be detected and treated early. ali gorman channel 6 "action news." we invite you to join us for a special event to help in the fight of pediatric cancer. 6abc has teamed up with children's hospital for a donation drive to raise money
for pediatric cancer research. our sarah bloomquist will serve as the phone bank host. there will be volunteers and local celebrity guests who will be manning the phones and taking your donations from 4 to 6:30 p.m. this tuesday. 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
everyone, 92:50 sunday morning, get ready for dreary weather as we have an upper level low sitting right here across the central portions of pennsylvania. by monday a little bit farther off the coast, situated here. tuesday, remember the upper level steering winds are way out here, so there's nothing to move this guy on its way.
by tuesday it's still sitting here, we're feeling the influence from the low, lots of clouds, it will throw back moisture from time to time. finally on wednesday it gets on its giddy up and gets out of here and we'll see the return of sunshine. in the next 48 to 72 hours we'll see clouds and showers. here's philadelphia right here. and then the pattern begins to change we see all the damp weather move west anne -- and all sunny skies across the eastern united states. cloudy and damp, highs in the mid to upper 60s today, isolatedded shower out there. -- isolated shower out there. google has unveiled their new device internet connector speaker. it will perform task as web searches and calendar points.
google home is smaller and comes in different colors. those word about the price. elton john is heading to the big screen. the oscar and grammy award winning singer song winner has joined the cast of kingsman. there's no word on what consider sir elton john may portray. he joins julie anne more and collin figure firth in the cast. a drone takes out the head of the taliban. people in california are running and doing everything they can to avoid a group of angry birds. those stories, plus, chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast with the promise. sun when we come back.
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sowers, is it raining yet? >> reporter: it's just started. take a look at the month of may, we'll include today, 22 days, only one had feature sunshine from start to finish partly cloudy days we've seen nine. cloudy, 1 that featured measurable rainfall more than a trace. 18 days have season temperatures below average. it's been miserable. the spring months started out nice, march was the 4th warmest march for philadelphia. april was not that bad and we've kind of moved into this dreary pattern over the last 4 to 6 weeks. double scan live showing more rain is heading this way. we can see the steadier rains across pennsylvania this morning. a pocket of steadier rains in southern chester and delaware county just southeast of west chester there's more lighter stuff getting ready to push into
the city as i speak. by 11:00 a.m., 62 mainly cloudy. 1:00 p.m., 64 mostly cloudy, peeks of sunshine. 3:00 p.m., 67. same thing by 5:00 p.m. high temperatures will top out around 6 or 69. what's ahead more clouds as we get into monday or tuesday. maybe a thunderstorm. there's a big warmup heading in our direction. it should get in here by wednesday, highs in the 80s, thursday we could see high temperatures close to 90 in parts of the area. it is a little more humid, as well. when i come back inside in just a few minutes i'll have the details in the seven day forecast. the time now, 9:31 a deadly shooting in camden is fueling the city's surgery violent crime rate. a man was shot and killed in the 1200 block of whitman street around 12:40. so far we don't have an identity of the shooter or motive. this was camden's 20th
homicide over the year. according to new jersey state police, the city's violent crime rate surged 42.5 prs in the first quarter of the year. two volunteer firefighters remain in the hospital after an intense battle in bensalem. nick weaver fell from a 30 story roof. a second volunteer experienced tightness in his chest at the fire scene. both are in stable condition this morning. one person inside the home on tennis avenue had minor burns. turning to the latest on the egypt air crash. investigators are hoping the new debris they are retrieving could hold answers as to why the airliner went down in the mediterranean. marcy gonzalez has the latest. >> reporter: we're hearing the final transmission from the appointments of egypt 804. later warnings from the a320
data transmission system seven in all, one noting lavatory smoke. another voting avionic smoke. right below the cockpit where the electronic equipment is housed. one last one trouble with the flight control systems before the plane vanished from radar. experts say it raises the possibility that the cause could be mechanical failure rather than a bomb. could a fire overtake the crew in a matter of moments? the smoke is what bring airplanes down when there's 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 sea are sailing into place to help as search teams recover the 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 investigators to analyze. french investigators e met with family members sharing condolences and stressed there will be no definitive answers until the black boxes are found. marcy gonzalez paris. a senior taliban member confirms that the leader was killed in a drone strike near the afghanistan pakistan boarder. he was chosen to lead the group last summer after the death of the leader was announced. time 90 hillary clinton will be in michigan this weekend while trump will be in new mexico and california.
trump video promises to fix minority unemployment and as he is under his presidency, low income families will pay nothing in taxes but clinton called out her rival for a topic that was missing from his speech his plans for a border wall with mexico and his plan to deport 11 million undocumented immigrants. the communities in many cases are not safe which is very, very unfair to hispanics, you'll like president trump. we have a candidate who wants to tear families apart who call also mexicans rapists. >> reporter: guns a hot debate on the campaign trail. trump said he would get rid of gun-free zones and clinton spokety -- spoke at a anti-gun
event with trayvon martins mother. bernie sanders trails hillary clinton in the democratic race, you can hear from bernie sanders as he speaks and appears on george stephanopoulos coming up at 10:30 on 6abc. a dog attacks have long been a concern for mail carriers and the rate on philadelphia workers is one of the highest in the county. we have more on how they can stay safe. >> reporter: germantown letter carrier, was bitten three times last saturday as she was delivering mail along the norm at route. she shared the story as national dog by the prevention week which comes always summer approaches and more dogs are out. the own -- onous is on the -- pet owner.
>> reporter: injuries, include amputation and disfigurement. so far there are 6500 dog bites for postal employees. that's a huge number. we are 58% over what we had last year. >> reporter: district safety manager asks that you secure the dog in another room when you open the door, and said it's best if the children don't take the mail directly from carriers. i know it's a big thrill, but the dog will see that as a threat to the family and become aggressive going through a screen or plate glass on the door to protect the child. >> reporter: the letter carriers have the technology that includes the presence of the dogs. put your foot against the screen door when you're delivering the mail.
>> reporter: the bottom line if there's a threat they can curtail mail service, the hope is that it doesn't come to that and had get the cooperation from the communities. we want mail carries to go home to their families the way they started out. carson wentz has a message for all you eagles fans, you will hear what the new quart are back is saying coming up in sports. you heard a bit of mom, how about a bit of robot. it's becoming a social media sensation. chris sowers has a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when we come right back.
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let me see you all flap your wings, like you're penguins learning to fly. teaching is all about building relationships. and that never goes away. because once a teacher, always a teacher. we're ed and miriam, and we're proud to be new jersey educators. welcome the pilots who are trying to fly around around thed on nothing by solar power. the solar impulse ii landed in
dayton overnights. the team hopes to completely their journey in abu dhabi where they started in march 2015. sight series in australia got to take in the views by sky and sea when their air balloon ran low on fuel when a private boat came to their rescue. without the passengers, a lighter basket allowed the balloon to return to shore. let's go over to meteorologist chris sowers, we love you man, but -- >> reporter: let's get you outside, we have seattle-like weather over the last few weeks, we have showers and drizzle. it's another one of those mornings. we expect it to continue tomorrow and tuesday morning before everything calms down. shailtdz of gray over the -- shades of gray over the commodor barry bridge.
we have wet weather pushing through the heart of the philadelphia region this morning and heavier stuff off to the west. we're watching an upper level low that continues to sit and spin its wheels over the central portions of pennsylvania. some of the moisture will push east over the next few hours. if you're traveling over the next hour or so, expect to encounter wet weather in gloucester and camden counties, there's commodor barry bridge right there. chester counties and the walt whitman bridge and ben franklin bridge picking up rain drops. 56 degrees, it's cool, but not too chilly. dewpoint, 49. pros you are -- pressure is rising. the winds speeds are out of north at 8 to 12 miles per hour. 55 in cape may. philadelphia, 56. allentown, 57. there's the wind out of the north 5 to 10. there's 13 in dover, 9 in atlantic city and ten miles per hour in beach haven.
jersey shore had gusts 20 to 30 miles per hour yesterday. it's not going to be quite that wind today, but you'll see breezes down there anywhere from 10 to 20 miles per hour. so still a little bit of a chop on the water. as you look at satellite and radar, there's the upper level low right there. you will get a better vantage point of it right there, this is the counter clockwise swirl. this is cut off from the main flow it will meander about and push to the south and over the coast tomorrow and back up as we get into tuesday. finally, wednesday, it gets picked up and pushed out to sea. it will be at that point that the skies clear. the surface maps look look like. unsettled today. tomorrow, we start out with sunshine, and clouds increase in the afternoon and see pop you are showers and thundershower. tuesday 89 low is slow to go. we'll see sunshine tuesday, but
the there's the possibility of showers east of the delaware river. it's cloudy out there right now, spotty showers, later this afternoon, same thing a couple of showers developing, one or two thundershowers possible as well. well west of philadelphia. this is the lehigh valley see the resdz and oranges -- reds and oranges popping up. that would indicate a brief shower or thunderstorm. overnight tonight we'll see leftover showers. first thing tomorrow morning some areas could see brightening or sunshine only to see the clouds increase quickly and showers by the afternoon. forecast for today, unsettled, cloudy, showers possible, west of philadelphia. upper 60s for everybody, peeks of sunshine possible, too. allentown, 69. philadelphia, 68. millville, 65. cape may and atlantic city checking in at 60 degrees later on. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast somewhat unsettled tomorrow, next 48 hours don't look that good. 72 tuesday, sun and pop-up
shower. wednesday the pattern breaks, sunny ascertain -- and 84. thursday the humidity pours in here, 88 will feel like the low 90s. friday, thunderstorm possible, 86 and friday, 84 chance of thunderstorm. you can find the storm tracker 6 live radar at any time of the day right there on our website head to 6abc.com/weather. music icon prince may have been dead for 6 hours before his body was found. a minnesota newspaper attributed that information to a medic. the paper is quoting investigative sources saying the singer was given iv fluids the day before he died. he received it at the hospital. but there's no word why, prince was found dead at his mansion in
week. in china robot buddha has gone viral. he responds to voice commands and answer simple questions about booedism. it's to fill a --uddism. they are using new technology in order to spread its message. we are at the "action news" big board with big talkers. birdsen on the attack in northern -- birds are on the attack in northern california. the black birds are attacking anyone who walks by hedges and light poles near the diner. they are protecting their nest. they swoop down as people walk by pecking some of them on the head. nobody was hurt, just a little freaked out by the alfred hitchcock like moment.
in texas it's the story of something lost and something found. this letter arrived this past week along with the bracelet of the home of jonathan rosier who made the ultimate sacrifice while over seas. a person said she found the bracelet in a strawberry patch 1200 miles away. she looked up the story had and to return the bracelet to the family. the family said they never knew of the bracelet until it arrived in the mail. it has the rank and name and texas and army and the date he was killed. we would love to be in touch with them so we can connect in some way. the family is trying to find the person with the special connection. these are pictures of joy always she watched her daughter walk down the aisle. she also legally blind.
a pair of hitech glasses was the only way she could see her daughter in the wedding dress. it captures video and send it back in the form that allows her to see them. they called the glasses an answer to a prayer. she was able to see her daughter clearly on one of the most important days of her life. the special glasses cost $15,000, but it took 6 days to raise the money on the crowds funding site. she thanks everybody who donated and said not to give up hope. we're back with sports. welcome back on this
sunday, are you tired of this rain? it is 9:53, 56 degrees, i'm so sick of it. but the good news is the sun will shine this week and memorial day it will be hot and humid and feel like summer. in sports, the phillies have lost two straight games at home. they are hoping to avoid a loss against atlanta at that today. here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: the phillies will try to t try to avoid getting swept by the atlanta braves the the last and only time they were swept this season the opening series? cincinnati. well, how about the phillies yesterday. fans singing in the rain? no. phillies fans falling asleep watching the thing against atlanta. if you blinked you missed the highlight. david low getting low. bottom 3, phils try to start a rally there goes that.
the bull run scores. adam morgan, the phils only get two hits. nothing going right for franco, nearly gets hit in the head right there. phillies shaking their heads after losing 2-zip. phillies drop 4-6. i don't know if we can sustain the pace of scoring two or three runs in the night as good as our pitching has been at some point be it's got to effect everybody. it has not effecterred -- effected our guys yet, they were down, but we we have to come bak tomorrow and get it going. >> reporter: the eagles workout are voluntary, but say that to jordon matthews. doug peterson has to like the sound of this, ma that you said the -- that that -- matthew saie
mentality does not change in the off season. treat it like it's always on the line. don't come out here and say we have a long time to the season. end fortunate day, if you want to be that caliber of a team that goes deep in the playoffs and wins super bowls, you got to win super bowls everyday out here. you don't have to be perfect. you have to have that attitude. carson wentz has an 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. i want you to know you're getting a tough competitive son of a gun, i hate to lose and i know you guys do too, i'm ready to go. ron jaworski and dick vermeal hanging around the soul game. it's a rug gee scrum in the
endzone. he comes up with it for the touchdown. soul go home winners. they beat orlando, 62-54. they are the best football team in south philly. we'll see what the eagles do come september. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a good day. 9:57 on the people scene former desperate housewife eva longoria tied the knot in a private ceremony in mexico. he is the president of latin marriage media brand television. they engaged last year, this is longoria's third marriage. i can hear all the men out there weeping, including my husband. there's much more to come on this sunday morning edition of "action news." 9:57. police in south jersey are investigating after a pedestrian
was hit by a car and killed. the latest next. plus, a concert venue turned into a crime scene in austria when someone started shooting killing two people. those stories, plus, meteorologist chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, when "action news" continues. > welcome backs
10:00 a.m., sunday, may 22. in the news this morning, fire destroys a house in south jersey and things could have been worse had it not been for an alert neighbor. friend and family are coming together to remember a delaware teenager who was gunned down near his high school. we're wrapping up the weekend with a whole lot of clouds out there. as you can see from sky6 live hd. chris, the man you know and love, says the sun is making a comeback. >> reporter: i don't know how much they are loving me right now. we had a lot of gray and gloom out there over the last 4 to 6 weeks. it is only the 22 and we have a third of a month to go. wilmington, 4.3 quarter inches. atlantic city, 3 inches. trenton under 3 inches of rain
so far this dreary month. may. double scan live has more rain out to the west. this is the upper level low spinning across central pennsylvania. it will do a loop deloop over the next several days, monday, tuesday, wednesday, it moves along its way, that's when the high from out here pulls in. it becomes the dominant feature here from wednesday an beyond. the next 48 to 72 hours is what you see outside your window unfortunately. warrington, 55. not too bad, it's chilly, but it could be worse. glassboro, 58 wind out of the north 35 to 10. agenda beach, 55. atlantic city, 56. and sea isle city, 5 degrees. we'll have showers out there, but it's not a steady driving rain. 65 degrees for the first pitch.
9th inning, 68 degrees. by the end of the week we're in the 80s, well into the 80s by thursday. i'll have that in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. can't wait for it. folks we would like to remind you, you can find the storm tracker 6 live double scan radar at any time of the day on the website head to 6abc.com/weather. new this morning, a quick-thinking neighbor called for help when a town home in south jersey went you mean in flames. the blaze broke out on the unit block of queen an. e -- ann court in burlington county. nobody was in the home blimp, but we are told that the dog died. the house is a total loss, there's no word on what sparked the fire. a deadly pedestrian clash is causing delays on a busy road in new jersey. a driver struck someone on 130 and east federal street.
the vehicle lost control and damaged nearby power lines. police have not released the name of the victim or the driver involved. we do know the driver is cooperating with the investigation. the time 10:03. one teenager is dead and another is fighting for his life after triple shooting in chester. we know this happened last night in front of a corner store and this morning the investigation continues. "action news" reporter, jeff chirico with the latest. >> reporter: the victims include a 14-year-old and 16-year-old teen boys as well as a 32-year-old woman. the 14-year-old boy has died. when we arrived at the scene it looked like a shootout unfolded outside a corner store on pine lane. police placed 30 evidence markers where bullet casing were found. police have not said how the shooting unfolded or who pulled the trigger or why, a man who
lives in the neighborhood said his wife heard the gunfire at home and he was shocked to learn how many bullets were actually fired. that many? and you said there were 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 from the store and homes it will lead them to the shooter. in uphandle jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." today a delaware community is coming together after the senseless killing of a 15-year-old boy. a prayer service will be held at nativity prep to remember brandon wingo. no arrests have been made, but police know who they are looking for. police are investigating
two different indecent spores on the schuylkill trail. police arrested 23-year-old man nearby. about a half-hour later, a woman running on a trail saw a different man doing something similar. it concerns me, because it upsets people, as well. as my wife comes home upset because somebody flashed her, that's upsetting to me. the next safety training for the newly form schuylkill river trail walk is being held on wednesday. police have posted signs on the path with information in case of emergency. leaked data is raising questions that mechanical failure and not terrorism brought the plane down. one had to do with smoke in the lavatory, another indicated smoke below the cockpit where
electronic equipment operates the aircraft. the final was warned of trouble with the flight control system. it 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 when there's fire in the cockpit. >> reporter: dispute the new information, officials cause ofn it is too early to determine what happened. cruise search the mediterranean for the plane's blacks boxes. two people are dead after a shooting at a concert in and you say is true i -- austria. two people died and 11 others were injured before the suspect committed suicide. happening today, president obama kicks off a week long trip to asia.
he will arrive in scram later today. the president will be the first sitting president to visit since the end ever war. he will visit japan. the trip is meant to build stronger and economic and security ties with asian pacific allies. with memorial day weekend days away, the pressure is on the tsa to curb the long lines of security. homeland security says there's not enough to handle summer vacation season. look at the chaos. every checkpoints is ridiculous. >> reporter: american airlines is spending $4 million on contractors to manage lines. american is looking to higher more k-9 trainers and the airline is urging the tsa to keep open the precheck lines at all times to ease congestion. 10:07 the time. still to come on "action news" from bieber to britany, we have
a sneak peek at the billboard music awards. a different kind of dog rescue, a shelter in south jersey saved pooches from certain death overseas. many are coming together today to remember lives lost in a massive tornado. cape may, new jersey, you can see the fisherman there, meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. it will get better. we'll be right back. cyclone has killed 20
people and forced people from their homes, the weather system has weakened but heavy rainfall continues. officials will survey the cost of the damage sometime later today. today marked five years since one of the nation's deadliest tornado hit joplin, missouri causing 161 deaths and destroyed five hundred businesses. a new hospital now can withstand winds up to 250 miles per hour per hour. this evening, missouri governor jay nixon will lead a remembrance ceremony with a moment. silence at 5:45 p.m. the moment the city received the call the tornado touched down. police officers put their lives on the line every single day. one officer in texas stepped up
to save a brother in blue. peter dereks recently donated one of his kidneys to jim turner. he endured years of kidney operations and last year he went into kidney failure. he needed one, he didn't have any, i had two, i had an extra, i felt like, he can use mine. wow, talk about act of kindness there. turner has a long road to recovery, but he says he is looking forward to both he and dierks hope their story might inspire others to donate. that's nice. not so nice, the weather. [laughter]. >> reporter: not too nice in the weather department as we get you outside, a familiar scene we're looking at clouds and spotty drizzle and showers out there this morning. double scan live showing more green, everyday this past week we've had a little green on radar. friday was beautiful, yesterday was not so beautiful with all
the light rain. here's the zoomed in picture, zoomed into western portions of gloucester and camden county. you can see the steadier rains falling through haddonfield and west deptford and gibbstown pushing off to the east at 20 to 25 miles per hour. there's more showers to the west with an approaching upper level low pressure system. more showers are possible later this afternoon. we have not had much in the way of warmth. 80-degree temperatures we got off to warnedful start, march -- wonderful start march. 4th warm ps march in philadelphia. we're comes may we should be in the 80s we have not had one yet. there are five in the accuweather forecast. i think you will like the changes in the foreseeable future. 68 degrees is the high temperature, better than yesterday, but quite a ways off the normal of 76.
59 in allentown. philadelphia, 56. we're seeing cooling with the rain. millville, 57 trenton, 59 and cape may, 55. there's the upper level low fanning itself out over central pennsylvania. at which point do a loop deloop over the next few days, all this clear sky and building high pressure will set up shop over the eastern half of the united states and bring a nice change to the weather pattern from wednesday on. surface map looks like, the high is trying to get in here, the lows are holding on. monday is unsettled we'll see clouds and showers. tuesday, we're looking at more clouds than sun, more pop-up showers. tuesday evening we start to clear out dramatically. you won't see a cloud in the sky from tuesday evening. wednesday, thursday, friday, it looks really, really nice. return of sunshine and temperatures soaring into the 80s. if you have outdoor plans the
greatest chance of seeing shower activity would be west of philadelphia. there's philadelphia, there's the western suburbs, harrisburg, reading, lancaster, allentown, picking up showers by 3:30 more stuff to the south and dover and southern kent county and 5, 6:00 p.m., 7:00 p.m. spotty showers or drizzle or mist. first thing tomorrow morning, cloud and sun, clouds build and showers. mainly cloudy today, pop-up showers are possible at any time point in time. the dryest stretch of weather is the lunchtime time frame. we'll see an increase in 0 showers this afternoon. 68 degrees is the forecasted high. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 72 for tomorrow. each day getting a little bit better, temperature-wise, still the chance of showers. tuesday, some sun, lots of clouds, shower, 72. wednesday, thursday, friday, and saturday, actually we could extend this into sunday and
monday, everyday we're in the 80s. everyday features a decent amount of sun and pop-up shower or thunderstorm. we get into the summer-like pattern where it's humid. we have outdoor plans we keep an eye to the sky. it won't ruin your day, but an hour of your day. congratulations to valentina all that jazz dance school they have a recital today. a south jersey animal shelter is working overnight time to save dozens of dogs from a cruel fate overseas. >> reporter: say hello to isabella jane and merlin. three dogs being cared for at the burlington animal shelter. they are saved from a meat market in south korea where they were test continued to wine -- destined to wind up on someone's
dinner table. dogs on top each other. they are being kept in a restrict the area away from the other animals while staffers work to acclimate them. they are scared they are not aggressive. >> reporter: they are stressed, extremely skid issue and fearful of coming too close. unfamiliar things ratchet also up their anxious anxiety, let them be. they don't know how to act with people. it may take time for the dogs to come around. the living conditions were horrible and the only interactions they had with humans was extremely negative. theythey were pulled out of ther cages and slaughtered in front of other dogs. the consumption of dog meat has
so glad you stayed with us people in washington square are finally getting back into their homes after underground explosion force the them to evacuate overnight. trish hartman is at the scene at 7th and pine this morning not a good way to wake up. >> reporter: it was a long and sleepness night for people, we are learning what happened from officials and neighbors. you can take a look behind me, peco is working to restore power at 6th and pine. pine is blocked at 7th street where we are located. there are more than 300 outages in time area with an estimated restoration time at 6:00 p.m. 50 customers are out because of the issue. let's take a look at the video from down the street. peco says the explosion was caused by a secondary cable that was burning underground. some say it was a transformer that blew overnight.
that is not the case. several people were evacuated after the explosion a around 1:30. there are several broken windows on the 700 block of pine. crews say the fire department has cleared the folks to go back into their tomorrow's. we spoke to a number of people who woke up to a loud boom. the red cross responded, the two families who had to leave their homes found a place to stay. one family said they salt in the car for a couple of hours until they were allowed back in. back here live, peco crews say they will be back here all day trying to restore power. this is is no way connected to the underground explosion that happened yesterday near 30th street station. trish hartman channel 6 "action news." thank you. >> reporter: it is time to check out what's going viral in the social corner. this is the time where we chat about the videos and images from facebook, youtube
instagram all of it. we want you to take a look at this enormous actor who stands head and shoulders over everybody organic the game of thrones. the iceland actor stands at 6'" nine and weighs 400 pounds. he has a tiny pomeranian. check out this video. play that funky music white boy ♪ i posted this on my facebook page, because i want to see adam joseph and jeff skeverski join this class. this video went viral as super cool dads joined in the class, you can see them freak out, there's air guitar, the video had 3 million views on facebook in two days, they are moving and grooving to show the mommas just
how much they appreciate them. cute. looked like a lot of fun. south african entrepreneur says this is the most instagramed cup of coffee. coffee in a cone. to promote his chocolate lined beverage holder. the marketing tragedy was so huge it was a huge success. the picture has liked hundreds of thousands of time. combining my two favorite things. one of the most widely shared videos of the week with 125 million facebook views since last thursday. this is candice pertain she is an internet star because she bought a chew -- chewbacca mask and couldn't wait to put it on in
preview. >> reporter: coming up on inside story, my conversation with tom wolf about the lateness of the last state budget. also the chances of a trump christy ticket, for 2016. can it happen? should it happen. they are talking about the chance of a melee at the democratic convention in philadelphia. the viral video effect, what it is and is it real. inside story 30 a.m. >> reporter: i'm asking the same thing about the sun, is it real. by the, high of
68 degrees. by week's end in the upper 80s. all right, thank you. the 24th annual billboard music awards are tonight on 6abc at 8:00 p.m. britany spear will open the show before picking up the millennial award. madonna will perform a tribute to prince the performance is under wraps. you can see who takes home the trophies on of abc. it's followed by "action news" at 11:00 p.m. with walter perez and sarah bloomquist and we'll be talking about the awards on facebook. "action news" continues at noon, had a triple shooting in chester leaves a teenager dead and another in critical condition. we'll have an update for you. >> reporter: experts are pushing to enforce common sense
starting right now on "this week" with george stephanopoulos. locked and loaded. >> crooked hillary clinton is the most anti-gun, anti-second amendment candidate. >> it's now an all-out battle with both sides firing away. >> unlike donald trump, i will not pander to the gun lobby. >> our brand-new poll reveals trump's surprising strength and clinton's potential for a big boost ahead. but is bernie sanders still standing in her way? >> i don't want to see the american people voting for the lesser of two evils. and fear factor. after that mysterious plane crash overseas, the tsa's tough job just got even tougher. will fear of terror tangle u.s. airports? plus, zika threat. the sudden spike in cases here at home. and why it may get m