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>> taking a live look at thon 2017 which ends in four hours. "action news" is live with a look at the excitement and the important mission. >> and sky6 live hd giving you this live glimpse over center city skyline, we are feeling the sunshine right now. feels like spring in the middle of february. >> that's right, meteorologist chris sowers has record-breaking temperatures on the way, how is it going outside, chris? it looks beautiful. >> reporter: i'll tell you what, it's not very often i can stand out here in february without a coat on. it is beautiful. temperatures in the mid 60s, we have a decent amount of sunshine overhead and slightest breeze out of the west/northwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. 66 degrees right now in philadelphia. 67 in wilmington. you're leading the pack. 66 in millville. dover, showing 65. trenton, 65. atlantic city, 65. and you get into lakehurst they are showing 66. satellite and radar along with action radar, we have clearing
across the immediate philadelphia area, more clouds are approaching from the northwest that's the cold front, the back door cold front that will be in the process of pushing through overnight tonight. that will lower the temperatures into the 50s tomorrow. we have one more outrageously warm day, that's today. looking at a combination of sun and clouds, the rest of the way, 72 degrees, that will be the forecasted high. that will smash the record of 69 that was set back in 1948. but from overnight tonight heading into tomorrow, and tuesday, we see some cooler changes move in here, winds again shift out of the north and highs return back into the 50s, which above the seasonal average of 44. it will be considered mild considerably cooler than what we're dealing with right now. when i come back in just just a few minutes we'll talk about the cooler temperatures in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, as well as a warmup at the end of the upcoming week, guys. >> thank you. the the sun is shining, the
folks are out. >> the spring-like has everyone talking and everyone dieing to get outside. katherine scott live in fairmont park with reaction on the beautiful warm weather, hi, katherine. >> reporter: hi, gray and nydia. it is a beautiful day out here today, normally when we're doing weather stories in february, it's because it's snowing or icy, not today. along kelly drive there are crowds of people. we've got your runners your cyclists, people with their dogs and dates and families, they are enjoying what feels like nothing like the average february day. >> i'll take this every single day. >> reporter: for a stretch, a run, a day in the sun, the temperatures are soaring high above february norms and on kelly drive, folks were out in droves. >> you can't beat it, it's like you're in california without the palm trees. >> reporter: would you normally be outside? >> no, i would be on my
treadmill, i would not be out here, it's amazing. >> i'm doing this against my will. >> reporter: the k-9 constituent were -- contingent were out. always for the people we've seen, people had to rummage around the closet with their clothing. this is great, it's warm, the sun is not beating down, you're not sweating. >> reporter: still don't let the warm temperatures fool you, it is february and there's plenty of winter left. >> it's gorgeous, the only thing you're ready for spring training and the phillies and ae get what could with -- whacked with a storm. you have to change your outlook. >> reporter: people have their short sleeves and shorts on they
are enjoying this beautiful day, taking advantage. it feels like spring. although it won't be this warm the rest of the week, it will be mild, back to you. >> rufus stole the show. head to 6abc.com/weather for a look at storm tracker 6 live and the radar, and use our expert meteorologists to keep you informed. >> philadelphia police are searching for a suspect after a man was stabbed twice in center city overnight. it happened in front of an apartment building around 12:30 a.m. police tell "action news" a 25-year-old man was stabbed in the chest and abdomin. he was rushed to jefferson university hospital in stable condition. so far the victim has not been able to provide police with much information on his attacker. now to the brewerytown section with a man was shot in front of the steak out
restaurant. police were called and when they they arrived they found the man with gunshot wounds to the abdomin. he is in critical condition. there is no suspects or moves for the shooting. >> 12:06 a.m., an argument leads to a shooting, a cab driver shot another cab driver outside the transportation center. police tell "action news," the two drivers got into dispute over which cab would take the next customer around 2:00 p.m. in the 55 500 block of frankford avenue. one driver pulled out a knife the other a gun. the driver with the gunshot the driver who was shot in the stomach and the head. we do not knows condition, but it is other driver is in police custody. four people were shot at 66th and market in west philadelphia. officers were called to the scene at 10:00 p.m. all four were taken to the hospital with non-life
threatening injuries, police have no suspects or motives. >> just 30 days into his presidency, donald trump has debuted his 2020 campaign for re-election in florida. he said the rally he pledged to establish safe zones in the middle east, the refugees would not have to come to the united states. meantime talking about cracking down on immigration continues the number of people trying to cross over the american northern border into canada is growing. there were 452 incidents of asylum seekers crossing into canada in january. that's 323 increase compared to last year. prime minister justin trudeau promised canada would remain open. betsy devos is receiving
protection from the u.s. marshal service after a group of protesters prevented her from entering a middle school in washington, d.c. not clear if the protection is a direct response to the incident. cabinet members receive security protection through their individual agencies and not the marshals. >> there's just a few hours left of thon 2017 rat penn state. the -- at penn state. 46 hour dance marathon ends at 4:00 p.m. today. bob brooks is live with the final hours of the excitement. you've been there since the beginning, what is it like as we wind down. >> reporter: nydia and gray, one thing i've learned nothing stops at thon. it starts strong and ends stronger as we get close to the finish. it looks like when it first started it's a dance marathon. the bryce jordon center where it's taking place is almost at
full capacity as these students continue to employees -- impress what they are accomplishing this weekend. they are dancing and having a blast. >> if i can breathe, piggyback rides to get them off their feet. >> reporter: afternoon being here and watching what the students have put together you realize this is more than two days of dancing, it's thousands of young people sacrificing their bodies. what happened to your voice? >> i lost it talking over the music. >> reporter: do you want me to tell you how close you are to the end? >> yes. >> reporter: no. not their spirit, the goal to raise as much money as possible to help kids like these fight their battle with cancer. and to be a kid for a few days. what's your favorite thing about thon. >> i get to squirt people. can you pick up a gun and show
me? squirt, squirt. >> that's corbin potter he was diagnosed with the disease with the help of thon and support here, he'll be five years cancer free. you think one person might say something like i'm tired, but you don't and you realize they never will at thon. >> is there any doubt nobody will finish? no. everyone will finish. >> everybody is having a good time, being around the kids. >> reporter: okay a live look out here at thon, on top of lots of dancing we have lifesaver battle between two special young girls here. i want to keep my voice down a little bit, because the dancers are not supposed to to know they have four hours to go left at thon.
you wouldn't be able to tell, they are doing an incredible job, the atmosphere is just as high as it was when we first started. bob brooks, channel 6 "action news." nydia. >> thank you. 6abc is covering thon all the way to the end. we're streaming it live at 6abc.com and 6abc app. follow us on facebook and twitter for the conclusion at 4:00 p.m. this afternoon. there's still more to come on "action news," space x makes a historic launch in florida one day after delaying the mission. powerball fever is heating up while the jackpot continues to grow. >> enjoy the warmup, meteorologist chris sowers will be back when "action news" continues.
>> space x success today the spacecraft, the dragon took off from kennedy space center launch pad 39-a. it was last used 6 years ago. spacecraft was packed with 50,000 pounds of cargo and experiments for the international space station, space x landed the booster rocket back at cape canaveral following liftoff for the third time. >> you saw that live on 6abc. >> reporter: feels like we're in florida. let's get you outside and show you what's going on, sky6 live hd at penns landing. mostly sunny skies over the city of philadelphia. mostly south jersey is clearing out, as well. we have a ribbon of clouds
approaching from the northwest that will slide in the next couple of hours. radars are clear we'll keep it that way for the next day couple of days. 66 degrees, 39 degrees is the dewpoint. pressure is rising. wind out of west at 8 miles per hour. ocean temperature, 41. 67 in wilmington. reading, 63. poconos look at how mild it is not higher elevations, almost 50. lakehurst, 66 atlantic city at the airport, 65 degrees. the wider view shows 70 showing up in richmond. washington, d.c. checking in at 68. the air to the west that is behind the back door cold front. even this is not cold for february standards. 45 in buffalo, 56 in pittsburgh, 50 in binghamton. new york city, 61. satellite and radar the first round of cloud cover right here is working out to sea.
we're seeing sunshine now, here comes the second little ribbon of cloud cover that's associated with the actual front itself. that will slide through in the next couple of hours. let's say between now and 3:00 p.m., the sun will be fighting the clouds. after that we'll go mostly sunny skies the rest of the way. overnight tonight we'll stay mainly clear and tomorrow looks great, even though temperatures are cooler than what we're seeing this afternoon, we should see a whole day of sunshine. it looks really nice. the numbers behind the back door front, now normally in most cases during the month of february, this is wonderful. 50 degrees, 51, 52, you can't complain. coming off a high of 70, 72 it will feel cooler. monday is cooler, monday night into tuesday morning, the lows drop close to freezing. tuesday afternoon, this will be the coolest day in the seven-day forecast. high temperatures in the upper 40s or close to 50 degrees. for today, sun and clouds, warm,
72 degrees that will be the forecasted high with a light breeze out of the northwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour, overnight tonight, turning colder with a few clouds upstairs, 34 degrees outlying suburbs, 40 for center city. remember this morning, we woke up to temperatures in the mid to upper 50s that will be a shock to the system first thing tomorrow morning. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, record-breaking warmth between 70 and 72 the high temperatures. breezy and cooler president's day, 53. tuesday into wednesday morning there could be a period of rain with a warm front that pulls through, behind the wfort look at look -- warm front look at the surge in numbers. 72 we've bumped thursday up. friday, 65. saturday, 62. we'll have wet weather by week's ends. you cannot complain with numbers like that. >> we were going to go to florida fore spring break, but we'll stay here. thank you. the company that had the
hit toy of 2016 is unveiling a new look. hatchables sold out, now they are introducing glitter versions. a california woman filed a class action lawsuit claiming her daughter's hatchable never came out of its egg. >> just ahead on "action news," we'll tell you which muscles a new study suggests women can use to avoid osteoarthritis. a mansion goes up in flames, details on the fire that destroyed a home with diplomatic connections. we'll be right back. him
12:20 p.m., 61 degrees, we're going up to 72. shout out to our producer, kristin's mother, hi are karen. "healthcheck," woman may avoid oval -- osteoarthritis by strengthening their thigh muscles. researchers look at 186 people with the condition. they found women who had less strength were likely to develop osteoarthritis. weakness in the hamstrings created odds of developing the condition. no one hit the powerball jackpot, but there were match five winners in pennsylvania, and new jersey. the tickets are worth a million dollars. last night's powerball drawing grew to $361 million. the jackpot has been creeping up since december 17 when a pennsylvania couple took home a 12 is million dollar jackpot.
the new jackpot, $403 million for wednesday's drawing, 3, 7, 9, 31, 33, the powerball, number 20. good luck. >> there's still much more to come on "action news," the sixers are responding to trade rumors. >> we'll have highlights of last night's college basketball game, it's all coming up in sports.
fios is not cable. we're wired differently. so we wired the wagner's house with 150 meg internet. which means that in the time it takes mr. wagner to pour a 20oz. cup of coffee, tommy can download 40 songs, and jan can upload 180 photos. 12 seconds. that's the power of fiber optics. get 150 meg internet with equal upload and download speeds, tv and phone for just $79.99 per month for the first year. cable can't offer internet speeds this fast at a price this good. only fios can. >> turning to sports the flyers hit the ice in vancouver. sixers continue with trade rumors and a local college team marchs toward a record. >> reporter: villanova star chris jenkins has been
struggling so much, jay wright said he was going to take away his twitter name. that got his attention. jenkins coming up big. jenkins on fire against seton hall shooting a season high 67%. brunson comes in with a career high ten assist. how about josh hart, nova up as many as 27. jenkins with 22 his best game in a month and a half. villanova sharing a record fourth straight conference title. rolly massomino is finally a finalist for the basketball hall of fame. he will find out at the final four in april if he is elected. la salle coach doesn't have
to yell too much about this game. they beat up st. joes down 41-16 to start. la salle wins 83-68. short-handed st. joe's has lost 6 in a row. jahill okafor said a dozen teams have talked to the sixers. with the deadline days away one sixer is hoping he stays, joel embiid believe he ises he -- believes he is way too talented to trade away. >> you have to find ways to make it work. >> reporter: no, embiid did not dance on stage during the nba all star festivities in new orleans. rockets players wins the contest. in the dunk contest, phoenix
sun. glen robison iii who played back here in 2015, winning the slam dunk contest representing the pacers. flyers in action in western canada against vancouver later tonight at 10:00 p.m. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a great day. >> another half-hour of "action news" is just ahead. here's some of the stories we're working on for you, just months after winning election 2016. president trump is back on the campaign trail. we'll take a look at his efforts towards election 2020. >> world war ii boy hit by a -- a two-year-old boy hit by a car. reaction from police about the driver who did not stop. >> those stories and more when "action news" comes right back.
happening right now on "action news" a deadly storm slams into california. the cleanup efforts as people brace for a second wave of nasty whether. >> a police officer injured during a chase in philadelphia who the officers were going after and why. >> those stories in a moment, but first, sunny in the 60s in february. sky6 live hd looking live in center city where spring-like conditions are taking over. let's go outside to accuweather meteorologist chris sowers is outside the place to be. >> reporter: it's nice out here, this afternoon, normally you wouldn't hear about 60s in the
philadelphia area. we've had more days in the 60s this winter than we've had inches of snow. things have not up and down out if you're a snow lover or winter weather fan. it's very, very mild. the mild stretch continues. temperatures in the 60s we have a light breeze out of the west/northwest at 5 to 10 miles per hour. that's a down sloping wind. 65 in trenton. 66 in philadelphia. 67 in wilmington, lakehurst, 66. millville, 66. dover, showing 65. dover you actually broke a record yesterday you got up to 71 degrees, you'll be awful close to # 0 -- 70 today, as well. satellite and radar showing clouds to the west, combination of sun and clouds off to the southeast. that's what you can expect the rest of the way, combination of sun and clouds. friday we had a high temperature of 45, windchills in the 0s, then the warm front barreled through saturday, yesterday up to 6.
today we're expecting a high of somewhere between 70 and 72. it depends on how much sunshine you see later on. the normal high for this time of the year is 45. cooler changes arrive croant -- overnight tonight into tomorrow, we'll talk about that in just a few minutes, as well as a big, big warmup by thursday. earlier this month, punxsutawney phil predicted 6 more weeks of winter. it does not seem the case. >> katherine scott is live at fairmont park where many are enjoying the nice weather, you are, too, right, katherine? >> reporter: absolutely, gray and nydia. it's spectacular out here, i keep forget what month is. it feels like spring. people think it feels like spring, as well. they're in their shorts and
short sleeves. >> i love this video. this is r up -- rufus you can see he is feeling the springtime jibe, there's a hefty crowd out here, being it's february, instead of navigating on their bikes through ice and snow, it is dry blacktop, nothing impeding cyclist, usually it's just a hard core athletes you see this time of year, these are not february temperatures. people are out in shorts and short sleeves, they left their jackets at home. we spoke to a father daughter pair who made a running date when they heard the weather. >> running has been our thing, i texted my dad and said why don't you run? >> i've been down here running at 5 degrees, it is not as much fun. >> it's not five degrees today, way warmer than yet, you think
see folks are along kelly drive, just enjoying the day with their families and friends coming out and getting a nice run and exercise in, enjoy it while it lasts. it does sound like we'll have a relatively mild week, check it out today, you have a couple of days to do, it might not be this warm. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> with the spring-like weather you can rely on 6abc.com for the latest information, head to 6abc.com/weather for a look at storm tracker 6 live and the radar and our expert meteorologists to keep you updated as well. the weather is a different story in california where residence are cleaning up after a powerful pacific storm packed a devastating punch. >> the storm has been linked to five deaths, now the storm is bracing itself for round two, marcy gone -- gonzalez has the latest.
>> reporter: crews scramble to clean up and get prepared as another storm gets ready to strike. sacramento area inundated. interstates turning into rivers. new evacuation orders issued as rise are waters take over the town. muddy mess in malibu this weekend, the highway forced to close. the storm that hit friday dumping up to 5 inches of rain causing damaging mudslides leaving cars and tractor trailers stuck. it caused the freeway to crumble taking this fire truck with it. crews worked saturday afternoon using heavy machinery to remove the fire truck from the riverbed below. the damage from the road collapse estimated at $3 million. in los angeles county today, cleanup as more than 0,000 customers are still without power. statewide the death toll rising to 5. while in fresno crews scrambling
to plug a dozen leaks in city levees. this is breaking news in the shooting of the cab driver. police arrested the cabby who was shot saying he was shot in self-defense. action cam at the septa transportation center. the cabbie who opened fire knew the suspect had a knife and the suspect threatened him with the knife earlier over a cab fare. highway patrol officer is recovering after a chase involving several dirt bikes. it started at diamond and 23rd in north philadelphia at 7:00 p.m. police thought they heard gun shots and started chasing bikers in the area. officers caught up with one biker at allegheny and 3rd
street. a highway patrol officer was injured, she broke her leg. police arrested a second biker. no weapons were recovered. the investigation into what happened is continuing. >> happening right now the search continues for a hit-and-run driver who hit a two-year-old boy in montgomery county this weekend. that child was struck by an suv at spring garden street in ambler yesterday afternoon. police say the family was in the park when the toddler slipped away from his parents. the police say the driver probably didn't see the child because of his height. the child is in children's hospital and expected to be okay. if you have information call police. now to national politics, president donald trump held a campaign rally for his 2020 re-election in florida this weekend. this is coming as republican lawmakers are feeling the backlash. >> this is the state where all had great victory together. >> reporter: back on the trail and back in his element, 30 days
into his presidency, donald trump debuting his 2020 campaign in florida. >> i want to be among my friends and among the people. it looked a lot like 2016. the same campaign play list, the familiar signs and supportive crowd. >> it's 4:00 a.m., and my goal was completed. i'm the first one online. >> that's trump enthusiast gene, all that waiting paid off. >> that's my guy, right there. hop over the fence, come on. >> reporter: pushing through secret service to grab the president of the united states in a vigorous hug. >> i knew he was going to do this for us. >> a star is born. >> reporter: one difference from the past rallies the entrance on air force one. the candidate the president trump insist his administration
is off to a good start. many of his supporters agreed. >> thank you donald trump. >> reporter: though some did share one complaint. >> stop arguing with people and do your job. >> reporter: but his administration is facing real challenges and republican lawmakers are getting the backlash, voters voicing their concerns at town halls from new york to south carolina [inaudible]. that was mary bruce reporting. happening this week new jersey pinelands is expected to vote on a proposal that would have a natural gas pipeline going through the wetlands. the commission will vote on it on friday. the same plan was narrowly defeated in 2014.
since than, governor christy replaced members with those who embrace the pipeline. you can watch the movie titanic and gone with the wind right now and thon would be over. >> hundreds of tired students are dancing bob. >> reporter: gray and nydia,ier they nydia,ier -- yes, they are, they finished up with the routine that keeps everybody fresh and in unison. they have a little less than four hours to go before the big reveal of all the funds that have been raised. i don't want any of the dancers to know that, they are not supposed to know it. behind me you can see the dance they do has ended.
bjc is at full capacity. i want to bring up video you can see, this is video of dancing happening a little over two hours ago. it's not like they are picking things up here in the last a couple of hours, they are going strong the whole time, now this is not just about the dancing, though, it's so much more than that, you can see in the video little kids who are battling cancer who have battled cancer, they are getting a chance for the weekend to be nothing more than a little kid with their squirt guns having fun. we spoke with dancers who say making it to the end of thon is going to happen. >> what happened to your voice. >> i lost it talking over the music screaming with the crowd. >> reporter: do you want me to tell you how close you are to the end? >> yes. >> reporter: no. >> is there any doubt someone won't finish? >> yes, everyone will finish.
>> reporter: a live look at thon you see the two girls arm in arm, that's what this has been all about. we heard a lot of speeches and former penn staters former athletes coming out here, one of them spoke about ever giving up, you're too tired, don't give up, because the funds you're raising the millions of dollars for kids battling cancer, never give up. thon will wrap up in ples unanimous two hours, we'll be here with the big reveal with how much money they will raise throughout the area. reporting live, bob brooks, channel 6 "action news." back to you. >> perfect reason to dance. 6abc covering thon recall the way -- covering all the way to the end.
we're following eight -- at 6abc, 6abc news app. >> those involved in the arts in philadelphia, is sharing their stories in a new way. we'll tell you how you can listen in. >> north korea's brother poisoned, details on investigation. >> meteorologist chris sowers has the full accuweather forecast, if you like today, you'll like thursday, too when "action news" continues.
resorts are having. outside on the slope itself, there's no snow out there. mother nature is not cooperating here over the next few days, if anything, temperatures will get cooler in the short term the next day or two, but then we have another surge of warm air heading this way, wednesday afternoon, thursday could be warmer than what we're seeing right now. radars are clear, shooting for a high of 72 this afternoon. the normal is 45, almost 30 degrees above seasonal averages starting out at 49 degrees first thing this morning. the temperature very impressive, wilmington, 67 degrees. millville, 66. dover, 65. trenton, 65. it doesn't matter where you are, every location is in the 60s this afternoon. the exception being the poconos because you have this back door cold front slipping through. along with the front we're seeing an increase in the clouds, the bright sun we had a couple of hours ago is starting to fade.
you'll see more sunshine before the day is threw. wider view mainly clear east of the mississippi. lots of cloudsle all that activity will at stay to the we. bismarck, the normal high is around 19 or 20. it's 40 degrees in the dakotas. dallas, 72. jacksonville, 72. there's our 66. the entire 48 is loferging what's going on -- is loving what's going on with the overall weather pattern. forecasted high, 72. that should break the record of 69 set back in 1948. today is an unseasonable warm day. tomorrow with the passage of the back door cold front. 72 today. 53 tomorrow, that's well below the record high of 70 set back in 1939. so we do have a nice change in temperatures. even the 53 is well above the normal high of 45.
so we're doing something right. 72 degrees today in philadelphia. wilmington, 70. lancaster, 70. dover, 72. trenton, 67. allentown, 64. actually close to that now. millville, 69. atlantic city, 70. combination of sun and clouds the rest of the way. overnight tonight, temperatures dropping down into the mid 0s, it will be cooler out there tonight than what we saw first thing this morning. 40 in philadelphia. reading 35. allentown, 34. trenton, 38 degrees, millville, 36 all locations staying above freezing, we get into monday night and tuesday morning, most of numbers will be below freezing, that sets up one of the cooler days we've had in quite sometime on tuesday. here's the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, record-breaking warmth. let's say ranges in temperatures anywhere from 69 to 72 degrees, depending on how much sunshine you see later on. breezy and cooler president's day, 53. tuesday, cooler, 50 degrees for the high. here comes the next surge of mild air, wednesday, clouds to
sun, 65. thursday, warm, 72. friday, mostly cloudy a shower, 65, saturday, cloudy day with rain, we're talking about a high of 62 degrees. nydia? >> i love it, thank you chris. love the arts in philadelphia has a new feature, pod casts that enables listeners to tune in to reonrenown artists of all again are a. >> reporter: karen rogers has 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: loves the arts campaign has the pod cast to enable listeners to learn about the actors and performers. >> reporter: the free pod casts are designed to go beyond the headlines diving into the backed ground of the those in the arts. >> it's fun to listen to fun filled conversation about artists and their passions and the people and events that
inspired them. >> reporter: guests have included philadelphia orchestra director, and geeter with the heater, jerry blavat. >> the thunderbolt moments that made them realize that is what i want to do with my life. >> for instance learning that the director of the philadelphia orchestra would have been happier as a youth not playing hockey in canada, but focusing on music. >> in fact i was in premedicine going into college. >> reporter: jim gardner sat down for a rare interview discussing his first experiences in television. >> all these things you never knew, but ended up being very interesting to learn. >> reporter: you can subscribe through the entire series through itunes. jolly -- joel gibbs hopes it
dollar mansion in washington, d.c. erupt in flames remains a mystery. the fire burned for three hours gutting the 6,000 square foot home. the home just a mile from cia headquarters is reportedly occupied by embassy staff of the united emirates. everybody escaped safely. investigators are looking for arrest north korea man who flew out of malaysia when kim judge in them affirm -- kimng na
flight home when two women swabbed his face with a liquid. he died at the hospital. the woman at the center of the supreme court decision that legalized abortion has died. norma mccorgey died at an assisted living facility. she was pregnant and unemployed with her third child. she had the baby, but put the child up for adoption. her subsequent lawsuit known as roe versus wade led to the ruling that established modern abortion rights. she later become an opponent against abortion. the coast guard was called in to rescue a 75-year-old woman from a crews ship off the coast -- cruise ship off the coast of north carolina when the
while chasing a dirt biker. it happened at 17th and diamond street. they pursued several dirt bikers argue them. we are 3 hours away from the penn state annual thon the 46 hour marathon used to fight pediatric cancer. thon has raised $136 million. >> now an apology to all you snow lovers. >> reporter: we've given up, don't worry, gray, we're moving on to next winter. how about record-breaking warmth. temperatures in the mid 60s, shooting for a high of 72. 53 tomorrow, 50 degrees tuesday, that's a back door cold front it cools us down a little bit, even the numbers are away above the seasonal average. that front pulls back into the area as a warm front later this week. 65 wednesday, 72 thursday.
>> thank you, "fyi philly" is next on channel 6. >> "action news" continues tonight at 6:00 p.m. for gray hall, chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han have a great sunday. those that stayed inside to watch us this noon, we thank you, now go outside! have a good one. ning. you've got ten more minutes. make room for what matters.
>> i'm karen rogers. >> and i'm alicia vitarelli. saturday/tonight on fyi philly >> we tap into philadelphia magazine's picks for best brew pubs and healthy winter soups. >> take you to a new spot where you can dine and bowl! >> try some new dessert spots and philly created cocktails. >> and a place where you can get your hair and your car done. >> hi everyone and welcome to fyi philly! we are at flying fish crafthouse in brewerytown >> it's one of a number of new spots here in the city where you can enjoy some craft brews and delicious grub. >> our friends at philadelphia magazine put together their top picks. >> and with that list in hand, we're taking a tour of some of the brewpubs making their mark here in philly. >> it's really about the experience. >> combining small batch beers from flying fish brewery and the tastes from celebrity c