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>> good afternoon it is sunday, november 20, i'm nydia han along with gray hall. >> here's some of the stories we're following on "action news." runners add on a few layers and face the cold for the 44th annual philadelphia marathon. the septa strike wasn't long but it had an impact on air quality in philadelphia. >> the eagles try to break
their road losing streak as they play in the nfl's noisiest stadium seattle. those stories but first the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast with meteorologist karen rogers in for chris sowers, you have to bundle up, right karen? >> reporter: you do, the clouds roll in and the winds continue to howl. on storm tracker 6 live double scan we're tracking precipitation, we are light showers getting closures to philadelphia. we'll go in tighter to this. it's showers in coatsville, 30 bypass and 322. honeybrook we're catching sleet mixing in. storm tracker 6 live double scan picking up every tiny detail. watch if it is not slipper i didn't along the pennsylvania turnpike, a little bit of that blue indicating that, as well. a little bit of sleet mixing in there. as we go to the north, you can see how it's snowfall in the mountain poconos. in lake harmony. easton you're getting snowfall
with sleet to the north appear west hamburg and pottstown it's mixed precipitation. you need to be can i feel as you travel -- careful travel north and west. 43 degrees in philadelphia. a major cold front has moved through. blustery colder, 46 degrees for the high, with gusting winds. i want to show you this, let's look at what it's going to feel like. 32 degrees in philadelphia. feeling like the 20s in the suburbs. feeling like 25 in allentown. 26 in reading the windchills are impressive, tomorrow morning's bus stop it will feel colder, it will feel like 23 degrees in philadelphia. 8 degrees in mountain pocono. you have to prepare for this weather. when we get out of this, as my hair is kicking up with the winds out here i'll have the
exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast nydia. >> "action news" viewers got a taste of winters overnight. this picture from trapp show a dusting of snow. other places got a good dose of sleet. since last night strong, cold winds have been blowing through the area, sky6 live hd at penns landing shows just how strong they are. that created challenges for runners and spectators in the 44th annual philadelphia marathon. "action news" reporter, bob brooks has been there all morning long since the sun came up, he is live on the action cam once again blustery and cold out there bob. >> reporter: nydia, blustery and cold but warm because take a look at that, some couples gotten gained at the finish line, as soon as his new fee unsay look at her right there. she just g engaged to her
fiance. just one of the many memories made here for so many at the philadelphia marathon. 30,000 runners and cold cold weather. the philadelphia marathon is never easy especially this year. some collapsed when they finished despite the cold they finished. that includes the women's champ 26-year-old taylor ward from alabama. >> the course was beautiful. scenic. i enjoyed it. >> reporter: the men's winner broke the record the first four men to finish all break it. the cold not a problem for the pros. >> i ran through i tired but -- >> reporter: no doubt if you finish the run you're a winner. so many are today. no one more deserving than this man and his son who needs a little help from dad to get to
the finish line. they started doing marathons 13 months ago. >> josh loves it. he motivates the runners he smiles at them and high fives them and they get a boost of energy and run on. >> >> reporter: we're back up here, i'm with newly engage couple what are your names? >> john. amy. >> we live in harrisburg. i brought them over here, they are on live tv. >> how do you feel you just gotten gained. let's see the room, let's zoom in here. you just finished the marathon, now you're engaged. >> yeah. i'm sure it feels amazing. >> it is amazele. >> i'm sure you can feel the
weather. >> i can't even feel it. >> great reporting there. winds may have been a factor in bringing the tree down on a car in roxborough a 76-year-old woman. the action cam at the scene 7900 block of henry avenue the woman was driving down henry avenue when the tree fell on the car. firefighters had to rescue from the vehicle. she is in stable condition at einstein hospital. president-elect donald trump is meeting with new jersey governor chris christie and former new york mayor rudolph trump insisted that the bridgegate trial connected to two christie aids may not have hurt his standing with a job.
reince prebis was on this week and said trump plans to follow through on his campaign pledge to stop immigration from regionses compromised by terrorism. >> we'll pursue policy to temporarily spend immigration from areas that harbor and train terrorists until better vetting is put together. what areas we're talking that's something that will be articulated at a later time. >> incoming senate minority leader which you can schumer was on this -- chuck schumer was on this week said that democrats could work with trump on a range of issues and would fight him on obama care and dodd frank. president obama met with the leaders of canada and australia. at the apec summit in peru he
under other leaders to give donald trump a chance. trump blasted trade deals as bad for american workers. he believes that trump will realize that free trade benefits the u.s. by spreading our goods further. police are looking for science after an an attack on a man outside the parx casino. they found a man lying on the ground in lot c after receiving reports of a fight. he was taken to the hospital in stable condition. a man was shot and left for dead during an attempted robbery early this morning. the man was shot in the back on west cornwall street at 2:30 a.m. police took him to temple university hospital in critical condition. there are no suspects in the attack. happening right now the separate search continues for a driver who hit and killed a young girl in overbrook as police try to track that person down. young victims family and friends held a vigil in her honor.
the 8-year-old was walking home from school with friends when she was hit by a carat 63rd and -- hit by a car at 63rd an landsdown avenue. >> baby fou hard and then her heart stopped. >> i kept on talking to her and told her hold on baby, daddy's he mommy's here, baby, please hold on. >> police are looking for the driver of a gray or silver nissan you will -- ultima or maxima. the eagles are in seattle this noon to play the seahawks. one of the toughest stadiums in the nfl century linked field. they need using crowd sounds and music to prep for the din of the seattle fans. they need called the seahawks
12th man. it's effective they rarely lose at home. thousands of people have a holiday meal at thanksgiving thanks to your generosity. the boy scouts collected the donations for the 6abc dunkin' donuts food drive. the scouts picked up bags of canned goods and other food items. meanwhile final preparation also continue for the 6abc dunkin' donuts thanksgiving day parade. the action cam stopped by the center city hotel on race street where dancers were rehearsing. they spent hours to make sure everything is just right on thanksgiving morning. cesily tynan and rick williams will host the parade along adam joseph and alicia vitarelli and karen rogers. joins us at 9:00 a.m. on 6abc. it is one of my favorite days of the year. fun times. >> there's much more to come on "action news" sunday after. a georgia firefighter is dead
1 passengers needed hospital treatment and another 30 had minor injuries. it it is not thanks just yet and it looks like winter in parts of the u.s. lake-effect snow fell north of grand randol, michigan. we -- rapids, michigan. snow showers could put another inch on the ground today. >> we had snow today. >> reporter: in the poconos they are getting snow showers. some people saw a dusting overnight yesterday. i can show you storm tracker 6 live sky 6 look at the clouds up above. filling in the clouds, lake in effect snow showers. now we can switch over to storm tracker 6 live double scan, we have showers in the immediate area and snow showers farther than that. let's look with double scan and
see what's happening. i showed you this image just a little bit ago and we saw we had areas of blue mixing in near honeybrook not the case just now. it's showing showers at the moment. watch for the potential of sleet mixing in. farther to the north in mountain pocono it's snowing there. we have a winter weather advisory in the poconos that's posted until 4:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. you're getting mixed precipitation near pottstown so if you have to go to the north and west, be careful of that. 44-mile an hour wind gusts in reading. 49 in atlantic city. the winds picking up. it will continue to do so with the wind advisory effect until tomorrow. the windchill what it feels like, 17 in the poconos with the snow falling. 31 in reading, 33 in philadelphia. 36 in millville. temperatures right now 30 degrees colder than they were at this point yesterday.
it's a huge change with the cold front that moved through. so the cold front moved through last night. those were the snow showers you got last night in spots. now we see the clouds picking up showers here and there and lake-effect snow bands moving through. we don't have a storm system we're tracking, it's the lake-effect snow bands that will give us a chance for the snow showers up to the north and west. afternoon windchills in the mid 30s at best today. its a cold, blustery day. in philadelphia, might see a stray sprinkle. temperatures are above freezing, so it will be a sprinkle in philadelphia. in the poconos, that winter weather advisory continues. they will have two to four inches of snow when you start counting from yesterday two days-worth of snowfall. 2 to 4 inches in the poconos. you compare that to 72 degrees yesterday. it's a big change. 2:00 p.m., 46 that's the high today. lots of clouds, a peek of sunshine or two.
4:00 p.m., 43. 6:00 p.m., 40 degrees 8:00 p.m., 39. at 10:00 p.m., 38 degrees. the winds gusting all day and all night. here's the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, windy today, the winds continue much colder than yesterday, 46 for the high, it's going to feel like the 30s. it was a tough morning for the marathon runners. and then we'll get a chance for a snow shower in the poconos to continue even in the lehigh valley a little bit of mixed precipitation. tomorrow windy and colder, 45 degrees for the high. the morning windchills at the bus stop tomorrow morning in the low to mid 20s. tuesday not as harsh. 48 the winds relax. wednesday, sunshine and clouds, wednesday is a big travel day. dry during the day showers wednesday night. thursday cloudy and damp at times, we're not talking heavy rains or concerns with winds. 54 degrees for the high.
parade temperatures will be in the 40s. i'll be there despite the weather not being great. friday 56 sunny. saturday cloudy and 53. below-average temperatures and feeling the change today. >> 12:18 still ahead on "action news." how would you like to exchange those shots for tooth paste to fight severe allergies. >> and later penn state gives rutgers the brush off as it heads to a bowl game. we'll be right back.
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twice a day. >> the tooth paste is available through a few doctors. if you think you've worked out look at these in the ukraine. dozens come to the gym regardless of the weather. they need did when it's 22 below. even the cats come out. they only go in during the rain and extreme blizzards. there are 82 to 85-year-olds out there who have gone to the gym since they were 42 years old. >> that's dedication. i'm not that tough. >> there's much more coming up including sports. >> it was a big night for big man embiid when the
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>> check be sunday sports, believe it or not the sixer haves a winning streak going they have won three at home. here's jamie apody with the details. >> reporter: good morning the eagles hopefully were not sleepless in seattle last night. today they try for their first road win since week two in a hostile environment at it is going to rain. >> you can't be worried about the circumstance, it might be cold and raining and loud. you don't worry about that. >> i'm looking forward to changing that, it's a tough place to play, but also, i can imagine a good place to win, as
well. >> last year the sixers didn't get their third win of the season until december 30th. i would say november 19 is progress. embiid scored from inside beyond the arc which is impressive for a 7'4" like him. the rookie gets out with a career high 26 points in 26 minutes. saric who they call sauce, he was hot sauce, it is only the 2nd performance of his career, the sixers beat the suns their third straight win at home. flyers j.c. brown dropping the gloves. you would like with a fight like
that they didn't like each other. actually all smiles. second period down 1-0. a plas -- pass to steve mason. flyers beat the lightning by out shooting them. penn state held 3 field goals in the first half thanks to cold and win. second half, 9-1. blocking the punlt led to a -- punt led to a touchdown road. 16-0 penn state. they rocked rutgers the 7th straight win. the regular season finale against michigan state and chance to win the division title. temple and nova, also both won as did penn in college football. that's sports have a great sunday! pretty good for our area.
another half-hour of "action news" is just ahead. >> here's some of the stories we'll have for you. a gold star family shares the hurt they say they felt when they were booed on a plane flight. prince williams shares the challenge of raising kids in the royal world. those stories and the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" continues.
training to the at the time in the 44th annual philadelphia marathon. plus a family returns from a night out torched -- to find their chester county home in flames. a place of rescue needs to be rescued itself. more on those stories but outside we go to meteorologist karen rogers. it's cold outside. >> reporter: if you look closely out here you'll see leaves blowing around and a stray drizzle drop. i want is to show you storm tracker 6 live double scan where the more pronounced showers are. downingtown and coatsville, we're looking at showers. this is a mixed precipitation. be careful as you travel it may be slick out there. wet roads near reading 422 mixed precipitation and sleet mixed in earlier. you have to go to the poconos to get real snow. they have a winter weather
advisory until tomorrow morning. we have a stray flurry in philadelphia with the gusty winds because of the lake effect snow. 43 degrees in philadelphia. it feels colder than that. when you compare the temperatures to yesterday, it is 27 cease colder in philadelphia than it was yesterday. that's a powerful front that moved through and changed the weather for us dramatically. it's blustery today colder, 46 degrees for the high. i meant to show you future tracker, you're looking at this at 2:00 p.m. it's going to feel like 34 degrees, 6:00 p.m. 31. we advance be this to the nidle of night. -- middle of the night. it will feel like 24. the morning bus stop it will feel like the low to mid 20s. you have to bundle up. we'll talk about when it gets better and the thanksgiving call a lot going on in the seven day. >> look forward to it, karen. after months.
after months of training 30,000 runners took to the streets of philadelphia. the big topic was probably the windy, cold weather bob brooks is live along the trail. bob, the cold was not that bad because one couple said they got engaged today right? >> reporter: they did. it was amazing to see we'll visit that in just a second, but first i want to show everyone the finish line. the marathon started at 7:00 a.m. this morning. we are 5 1/2 hours in, the kind of of people that are finishing right now they are not your pros or avid runners who are outthere doing marathons all the time. these are people, like this gentleman right here. who knows what age he is, he is so happy because he earned this one. again, 5 1/2 hours. it is blustery and windy cold,
i've been out here all morning covering this thing. once you cross the finish line, more celebration get your jacket you're going with your loved ones it's an awesome time down here right now. more awesome because gray like you said there was a young couple as soon as she crossed the finish line her fiance came out and proposed. let's take a listen. >> do you have any idea he was going to do that? >> no, i had no idea. i was excited to finish. >> what did you think when you dropped down. >> i can't believe it. it feels amazing. >> reporter: how do you feel? crazy, ecstatic, nervous. i feel like i'm going to cramp and i didn't run a marathon. back here live, as they continue to cross the philadelphia marathon. the man who won broke a record
as did the first four men who broke a record. 26-year-old woman from alabama won the women's team. it takes 4,000 volunteers to make this happen. bob brooks, channel 6 "action news." >> congratulations to all the participants out there bob thank you. members of the gold star family say they felt hurt and disrespected when they were booed on a flight when they went to pick up their son's remains. the sergeant was killed in afghanistan. passengers booed the family on the first leg of the flight to dover air force base. the airlines let them get off first to catch their next flight but fellow passengers were not happy. >> and to hear the reaction of the flight being delayed because of a gold star family and the first class cabin being that, was really upsetting, and it
made us cry more. >> sergeant john perry was killed by a suicide bomber last saturday. perry's father said he died trying to protect other members of his units and likely prevented many more cawrnlts. a family -- casualties. a family is forced to find another place to stay after coming home and finding their house burning. they say they were met by flames when they opened the front door. that's when they called 911. it took an hour to bring the fire under control. the home was gutted. there were no injuries reported. a man shot in the chest was able to make it to a west philadelphia firehouse for help. the victim managed to make it to the firehouse at 55th and chestnut. medics took him to penn presbyterian hospital where he needed surgery. so far no arrests have been made. more than a million people have signed up for 2017 coverage under the affordable care act.
a quarter million new customers have gotten insurance along 750,000 who are renewing their coverage. they think it's a faster sign up rate in recent years and picked up after the election. this is the season of giving arrives a mission that helps so many others needs help itself. nora muchanic complains. >> reporter: explains. the rescue mission of trenton is down and out. it is facing a 400 thousand dollar budget deficit. >> we did not want to wait. >> reporter: the combination of factors have led to this the state is denying more applications for emergency assistance creating a funding crisis for shelters like the mission. the store is making less and cost for staff serve visits and
maintenance are going up. utilities, electric water insurance. >> winter is the time when the demand for services is the most critical. having money problems going into the cold season is a cause for worried. the mission provides a place for the homeless along with mental health and addiction and houses services. jason arrived a year ago hooked on heroin with no place to live. he's been through the program and works as an administrative assistant. >> at first you think this is something you can't do, if you work hard and stick to your game the rescue mission is here to help you out. >> what we're here to do todd is help them understand there's a better opportunity out there for them. >> reporter: the mission is trying to cut costs while reaching out to foundations and corporations and individuals to help stop the looming budget crisis to help t need it
the most. nora muchanic channel 6 "action news." >> 115 people are dead after train derailment in the northern section of india. the number of dead expected to increase because rescue workers have not been able to get inside one of the worst damaged train cars. 100 people were hurt. the train derailed at 3:10 a.m. one passenger said the train was traveling at normal speed when it stopped suddenly. there's no word on what caused it to derail. aleppo syria the government conducted more airstrikes including a children's hospital. 300 people died, among them a family of 6 killed in a chlorine gas attack in aleppo. pope francis welcomed 17 new cardinals of the catholic
church. they come from 6 different continents. before the mass, he pulled the holy door at st. peter's basilica shut saying keep your hearts open saying reconciliation is needed more now than ever. prince william spoke about the challenges of going from a single man from marriage to parenthood. he said he is lucky to have his wife at his side. he said his son is a rascal and having a daughter is a new experience because he never had sisters. he said he would like his children to grow up treating ot as they would like to be treated. >> looking for a new adventure how about riding a cammal in the
>> jim kenny's machine to rebuild -- plan to rebuild philadelphia passion and rec centers. the penn foundation said it will donate $100 million to the cause. saying public spaces are a place to improve health and connect with neighbors and other peoples. they hope the rebuild project will become a national model. four day septa strike caused a spike in the air pollution in philadelphia. the philadelphia health department said averages leverages of fine pollution particles quadrupled as people turned to cars to get around.
particles can aggravate breathing in the short and long run. >> time for accuweather temperatures have plummeted today. >> reporter: the winds are picking up, you can spot if you look closely a stray flurry flying around. it's melting as it hits the ground in philadelphia but not everywhere. storm tracker 6 live we have showers we have a couple of picking up in south jersey, there's showers in surf city and atlantic city city. we have a shower in honeybrook and 422 in reading precipitation picking up a little bit. farther to the north it's mixing in with snow. you're getting snow in the poconos. 2 to 4-inch. the winter weather advisory in the poconos continues until tomorrow morning. let's go outside and check out sky6 live hd looking live up above. you can see the clouds that have really filled in along with some of the showers that have moved through. checking the current conditions look at the wind gusts. we have wind gusts in
wilmington. 44 miles per hour. same in reading. 39 in millville. 40 in atlantic city. so the wind is continuing to whip up. the wind advisory continues until tomorrow. look at the windchill. feels like 33 in philadelphia. 30 in allentown. 36 in millville. feels like 16 degrees with the snow falling right now in the poconos. it's a cold one. satellite and radar showing the front that brought us some of the snowfall from yesterday there goes the front. that's well to the north an east. the clouds have filled in. you can see the lake-effect snow bands they are hard to predict popping up here and there and dissipating in spots. lake-effect snow bands in the north and west. that's why the poconos see 2 to 4 inches of snow. windchills in the mid 30s. philadelphia a stray sprinkle or stray flurry. lehigh valley you can see mixed precipitation. we had showers earlier with sleet mixing in. be careful as you're traveling. in the poconos you can see
accumulating snow, 2 to 4 inches that's why they had the winter weather advice -- advisory in the poconos. yesterday people were in the shorts with the temperatures in the 70s. the cold front moving through. you can really feel the difference. the high today 46 degrees. lots of clouds and peeks of sunshine. 6:00 p.m., 40. 8:00 p.m., 39. and 10:00 p.m., 38 with the rain falling north and west and the poconos snowfall. let's check out what to checking account as we look around the area and coming up in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. today, windy colder, for the high. tomorrow morning bus stop will be colder. temperatures will feel like the low to mid 20s at best at the bus stop tomorrow. really cold. winds continuing up to are 45 miles per hour. 45 degrees for the high. by the afternoon the winds not be as bad.
the winds relax a ltle, 48 for the high. takes until wednesday to get a high of 50 degrees. wednesday, daytime we're dry at night we have a shower. showers coming wednesday night into thursday, thanksgiving, cloudy and damp. a shower at any time during the parade. not a lot of rain, but damp. 54 for the high. friday partly sunny skies 56. saturday cloudy, 53. where did the 70s go? they are not on the 7 day. nydia and gray. >> hey we want to say congratulations to our own adam joseph. he finished the marathon in 3 hours 19 minute, 7 minute 37 second pace per mile. he devoured breakfast including an apple turnover. our congratulations adam.
>> drones are everywhere these days and now a ground-breaking dance company is corporate operating them into the program. the debut will be in philadelphia. karen rogers has 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: the parsons dance company is known worldwide for their modern dance and they opening their u.s. tour in philadelphia with a program unlike any you've ever seen with especially made robotic drones performing side by side with the dancers. the program is a world premier entitled the machine and the design to explore the evolution of man and the machine. >> it's a whole fascinating world for the choreographer to get into. the drones have a personality that are kind of menacing.
>> reporter: they were created at drexel university excite center. >> i like novel and crazy ideas. >> reporter: students spent more than a year building the computer operated drones synchronizing the machines to move with music. >> we'll have a fleet of drones moving gracefully and choreographically. >> parsons dance was founded in 1985. >> we're a small group but we're fierce, i'm going to give you guys goose bumps i'm telling you're going to get them. >> reporter: parsons dance group performs at the prince theater. for tickets and show times goo other area events. for 6abc loves the arts, i'm karen rogers.
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>> thank you for staying with us, sky6 live hd showing you this image over the philadelphia international airport. if you like to see temperatures in the 50s or 70s you may have to wait until next year because the cold is here. right now the most a satellite ever is orbit. >> one and lift off. >> there goes the new goes ark satellite that lifted off from cape canaveral florida. a science said it's like switching from black and white tvs to high definition tvs. the space station has three occupants including the oldest having women astronaut soyuz
rocket docked with peggy whitman who is 57 years old. she will break the record for most time spent in space set in september. >> a texas police department is using an unusual k-9 unit to forge connections to the community. that would get your attention. this is officer shepherd a robotic police car he has flashing lights and markses of the police department. his voice and movements are manipulated from a far by realfe offic to let little ones know cops can be the good guy that we're here if they need help. >> officers shepherd has been huge hit. the robo dog cost $12,000 paid for by private donations.
nevada is known for its casino, how about this adventure, a new camel safari is near ma skeet nevada. it's part educational and dispel bout camel including them having a mean temperment. >> they are ask do spit? typically they are gentle animals. >> reporter: he said camels originated in north america and one more bit of trivia, camel are easier to train than horses. we'll be right back.
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recapping our top stories on "action news," one man beat all 30,000 runners in the philadelphia marathon. he is from north carolina and set a marathon record. taylor ward of alabama finished first among the women. the eagles are in seattle where they play the seahawks. like the eagles, the seahawks have won the four games played at home. the seahawks rarely lose at home. >> a final check of the forecast. >> reporter: let's look at storm tracker 6 live double scan. right now everywhere south of i-78 is just rain. you have to go to the poconos to see snow. it's blustery and colder, 46 feels like the 30s. bundle up as you head out. tonight cold again, 37 for the
low. windchills in the low to mid 20s even at the bus stop. big deal there. >> shopping centers are putting up their christmas trees and lights. in dallas, texas turner ugly sweater store is open again. he opened a store in dallas and business was so brisk he has three stores across north texas. he said he has something ugly for everyone. >> ugly is the eye of the holder. >> we're looking for the tackiest sweater we can find. >> turner said there's an unlimited supply of bizarre holiday sweaters and sweatshirts out there. >> and vests. beauty in the eye of the beholder. >> lpga tour championship is next on channel 6. >> "action news" continues back here tonight at 6:00 p.m. for gray hall, karen rogers, chris sowers and the "action news" team, i'm nydn.