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it is inauguration day donald trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the united states. >> the president-elect echoed his campaign slogan saying he will make america great again for everyone. good morning, 4:30 a.m., friday, january 20th. >> we'll have a look at weather and traffic, but first our coverage of the inauguration, the president-elect and vice president-elect mike pence will be taking the oath of office around noontime. there will be pomp and
circumstance and protests. lana zack joins us live from washington. >> reporter: good morning, in a little bit more than five hours, donald j. trump will take to the podium behind me to swear and oath to protect the constitution of the united states. one chapter of history closes as a new one opens to the donald trump era. >> a lot of people didn't give us much of a chance, but we understood what was happening. >> reporter: mr. trump is the first is to ascend to the presidency without having served in public office. >> i'm going to be cheering you on, because what we've done is so special, all over the world they are talking about it, all over the world. >> reporter: it is an emotional time. >> it's a bitter sweet moment
for us, for all before us, words cannot describe -- the honor and the gratitude we feel. >> reporter: but we are a divided nation, amid the celebration ♪ protests in washington. i need to be here and fight against the rhetoric and the mindset. >> reporter: across the country. >> i'm not proud i'm not sad, i'm angry there are a lot of people who feel the same way. >> this is celebrating our values as americans, being inclusive and diverse. >> reporter: conservative and liberal americans -- in a tradition 200 years old, president-elect trump and president obama will ride together a ride about 15 minutes long from the white house to the
capital it is a surprising show of solidarity that is unique to american democracy. reporting live from washington, lana zack back to you. >> we'll have more on the future first family and inauguration and the local protest planned in just a moment. >> let's finds out about weather and traffic, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, everybody, we'll start out with clear skies, you can see the clouds coming up from the south and west. there's rain arriving around noon in philadelphia. and washington, d.c., as well. 34 degrees, excuse me is your current temperature, 31 in allentown. 28 in reading. 32 the freezing mark in wilmington. it is colder than yesterday, you will want the winter coat. are light. 33 degrees by 7:00 a.m., the high today, 48 degrees at 3:00 p.m. we are looking at rain arriving
as soon as noon and continuing on and off in through the evening rush hour. it looks like it will knock off quickly this evening, 44 is the temperature by 7:00. karen, we have a cloudy day on saturday, rain and wind an issue on sunday and especially monday. i'll have the details in the seven day. >> reporter: for now we have a dry morning commute. we'll see the rain in the afternoon. looking outside live on the vine street expressway, westbound eastbound moving just fine. on the big picture, speeds reflecting we have light volume. mostly in the 50s on the blue route and the schuylkill expressway. i-95 northbound we have construction blocking the right lane between cottman and academy, watch for that one. let's go outside, this is southbound traffic moving just fine coming down from langhorne or bensalem. you have a smooth, easy ride. not the case in oxford valley. all lanes blocked for
construction, get off on the off-ramp and back on, valley forge road is shut down in lansdale. police are reporting for protests in philadelphia as donald trump takes the oath today, dozens of marchs are lands. katherine scott has more. >> reporter: the protests are expected to start around noon, it is expected to be busy in the center city area. today police are urging folks to use public transportation. some of the areas include city hall, broad street and rittenhouse square and independence mall. let's go to video to some of the ro tests we've seen since the election. philadelphia police are aware of a dozen events happening today, rallies marches and protests. officers have been communication with a number of, so they have an idea of the size of the gathering.
traffic and civil affair units will be primary units, you can see officers on bikes and mounted patrol. there will be ems support, as needed. >> we realize as the police our job is to civil at a time and support protests, that's what we'll do, create a safe environment for the protesters. we have a rally, so we'll make sure we stop traffic. >> expect delays around noon in center city, around broad street. down independence mall. those delays could last into the evening hours and police reiterating use public transportation if you can. live at city hall, katherine scott channel 6 "action news." back to you. happening today, the national constitution center is offering presidential themed events in honor of inauguration day. they include a hail to the chief quiz game, a story of we the people exhibit and screening of the inauguration itself. >> president-elect trump will
set the tone of his presidency with his inaugural address. brian taff is in washington, d.c. with a glimpse of what you will hear. >> reporter: there are questions about the main event hours away what will donald trump say and will it be enough to satisfy his supporters and ease the anxieties of his many detractor. >> i hope, this is only a hope, the president-elect and president trump will try to appeal to the better angels of our nature. >> my hope is that he will have crafted a positive bold, constructive, and conciliatory
message. one everyone can listen to. the president will be heavy on philosophy and how american citizens can play a role in government. it will be less than agenda speech, it will be on the short side, given it might be raining later on today in washington, d.c., it might not be such a bad thing. we'll be watching and reporting live, in washington, d.c., brian taff channel 6 "action news." >> some members of the trump family are be moving into washington today. trump's wife is not expected to move until the spring so their 10-year-old son barren can if i know -- baron can finish school in new york. >> what else your reaction what you hear people say essentially
the real first lady, does it offend you? >> it's an in appropriate observation, there's one first lady and she will do remarkable things. >> jared kushner will be sworn in as a advisor. >> today will mark a new beginning for president obama whole return to life as a private citizen as of noon after 8 years in the white house. this morning the president and first lady will welcome the trumps to the white house they will leave the white house one final time to go to the u.s. capital. after the swearing in ceremony they will go to joint base andrews where president obama will speak at a farewell event. finally he will depart to palm springs california. follow us on facebook at
facebook.com/6abc "action news," twitter @ 6abc. use the #6abc action or e-mail us at join the action at 6abc.com. 4:40 a.m., new this morning, a man is shot and killed in south philadelphia. coming up, what investigators are saying about the lack of evidence at the murder scene. some families are upset about the delapidated conditions of a cemetary in delaware county. >> reporter: there will be sun today, but we're expecting the clouds to get thicker pretty quick. if you're dressing the kids, keep them well dressed. this afternoon they might want an umbrella, light rain is on the way. i'll show you that on future tracker 6 and get you set for the weekend, that's all ahead.
>> welcome back you're taking a live look here, this is the view down into the nation's capitol taking a look. of course it will be busy with inauguration day going on. rain is pricked in the forecast. usually along the parade route you're not allowed to have umbrellas, the park service is allowing collapsable umbrellas for the crowd coming out. >> we're getting rain down there, and they will get it earlier. >> reporter: we'll look at future tracker, i think it will be a close call. as we look outside, we're looking at the camden waterfront with the battleship new jersey in the distance.
no wind, the camera is rock-steady. it is colder than yesterday. 33 degrees, we might dip to 32 before we are done. winds are calm, so we're not bothering with windchill. if we see early sunshine it won't last all that long, we'll wind up with the clouds getting thick quickly. as soon as 11:30 or noon we're looking at the possibility of a sweep of rain. if you take this model literally, sometimes it's off a little bit, by 12, it almost looks like washington that little square is still dry. we are looking at rain getting into the nation's capitol, as well. it's possible during the inauguration we have rain down there. up here at 4:00 p.m., scattered precipitation nonlight rain, looks like it gets out of here by 8:00 or 9:00 p.m. tonight. 33 degrees by 8:00 a.m. 38 by 10:00 a.m., 44 by noon,
3:00 p.m., 48 degrees, a little cooler than yesterday, the rain coming in the afternoon and early evening. high temperatures across the region, 45 in reading. 46 in wilmington, 47 in trenton. 48 in millville, and in cape may. if you have plans to head out on the town tonight might be drizzle or light rain early, but it looks like we dry out and probably hover in the mid to low 40s between 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., so jacket weather tonight certainly, but not all that windy and not all that wet. and then things change as we go into sunday. saturday looks cloudy and dry, but sunday we'll see the clouds get thick, an area of low pressure sunday into monday comes up the coast and this give us one to two inches of rain, starting on sunday, continuing into monday. this is going to be a gusty low pressure center with wind gusts up to 45 miles per hour up to philadelphia, may be as high as
55 at the shore and coastal flooding is possible, that's basically a nor'easter it will not produce snow, it's too warm for that. it will be a rainmaker. cloudy today, 48 is the high. tomorrow, clouds and sunny breaks, fairly overcast, high of 54. rain arrives sunday, 52, monday, windy and rainy, heavy at times, windswept rain information, 48. rain ends tuesday morning, 49. looks like we're back in the low 50s on wednesday and thursday, remember when we're not on the air you can get the latest weather information at 6abc.com/weather. hopefully the inauguration is dry for all those folks they won't need the umbrellas, i guess it's nice they gave them the opportunity to use them just in case. new this morning, a man was shot dead in south philadelphia overnight police say they think
it might have been a drive-by shooting. officers responded to multiple 911 calls about gunfire. when they got to the scene he this found a 32-year-old man shot in the head. police rushed him to the hospital where he died. investigators say there was no ballistic evidence at the scene, which means this could have been a drive-by shooting. two parents from western pa are i accused of leave their children locked in their bedroom up to 16 hours at a time. the children said they were locked in the room with no lights and no toys when they got home from school each day. they each had their own portable toilet. william dixon said the claims are not true. >> lots of times we never lock them in their rooms. i try never to lock them in their rooms. if they were locked in their rooms, i don't know why they
would be locked in their rooms. >> both confirm that each child did have a separate place to go to the bathroom. shannon dixon said she is seeking psychologic help and is separated from her husband. the children are in custody of child services. karen rogers will be back with a live look at the roads. >> reporter: letters and items from a founding father sell for a high price thanks to a hit broadway musical. you know which one. good morning everybody,
we're looking live in atlantic city, new jersey, we are dry, we are clear, but we have a problem that popped up on the roads as we look outside live on the schuylkill expressway. you can see the flashing lights through the trees. we have police activity on the schuylkill expressway westbound at girard avenue they are blocking the ramp, at least the right lane is blocked right now. we're watching for that right now. the right lane blocked on the schuylkill expressway westbound and the ramp blocked to girard avenue. in landsdale, we have construction valley forge road blocking all lanes between morris road and sumneytown pike. stick to broad street to get around the crews working this morning. we were backed up during the
yesterday morning commute, i guess everywhere, but also here on the boulevard and he thinks heading toward the schuylkill expressway, a nice easy ride for now. the construction on 295 southbound and the ramp to 42 southbound, as well. letters and other items from founding father alsander hamilton sold for a whopping 2.$6 million. the broadway show hamilton sparked interest in the auction selling documents correspond responding -- corresponding to some of the songs. a many transfer company failed to maintain an effective antimoney laundering program and aided and a betted wire fraud.
uber is defense against drivers stocks are down across the board, the dow finished close to its record high set a month ago. futures are mixed as investors prepare to listen to the inauguration speech especially what it could mean for tax cuts and trade. pizza hut wants to higher 11,000 drivers and managers and servers before super bowl. pizza hut said a record for $1 million online orders alone. 4:53, a rally will welcome vice president joe biden back to delaware when he leaves
some are broken in half. volunteers tried to clean up the site and someone developed a website to track down their loved ones. a group of woman protesting trump's inauguration are running from new york city to washington, d.c. they ran into philadelphia and met by a crowd at independence mall. the runners are raising funds for planned parenthood. they collected more than 80 thowtiond. >> time 4:57. coming up on "action news," the rally planned for vice president joe bide and his wife jill back from washington. what will he wear and what will he say, what will transpire today on donald trump's inauguration. good morning it is
5:00 a.m., friday, january 20th. here's what's happening. >> the pomp and circumstance of the 58th presidential inauguration is about to take over washington, d.c. we'll have a live report from the nation's capitol. >> hundreds of thousands are making their way to washington, d.c. for inauguration weekend, some to cheer others to protest. >> it could be a rainy transition of power not only here, but in washington, d.c. david murphy is tracking the system. >> let's head over to david