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mansion ends with bullets flying now nine people are recovering from gun shot wounds. donald trump is expected to call for unity in a fight against terrorism in a speech in saudi arabia. firefighters battle a blaze in the wharton state forest in new jersey. >> good morning to you, sky6 live hd giving you a beautiful shot he over the ben franklin bridge, thankfully the heat is still not here, that's a good thing. >> it was gray and chilly yesterday. i thought i would never get
warm. >> reporter: we'll have more sun than we saw yesterday. it's going to be a better day. let's get you outside and show you what's going on. down the jersey shore, just like yesterday afternoon, the temperatures will be chilly, we'll see an onshore flow that blocked the clouds yesterday, it will keep the temperatures cooler before things warm up by the middle of the upcoming week. the numbers across the region we're showing the mid 40s across the northwest. 42 degrees, pottstown, 45. malvern, 47. lake harmony, 46. south and east we go, same thing lots of mid 40s, gandys beach, 46 degrees. cinnaminson 47. glassboro, 45. woodbine, 49. satellite and radar we've cleared out nicely across the mid atlantic states, you can see all the weather approaching from the west. lots of clouds across the ohio and tennessee valleys and showers and numerous thunderstorms are starting to
erupt as well. that's our next weather maker that slides in after midnight tonight and sets up a miserable day tomorrow with periods of rain. some of it heavy at times especially early on. much improved, sun and clouds and cool and pleasant high of 70 degrees. we have several days of rain, keep the umbrellas close by and late week warm up in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. that's coming up in just a bit. the key over the next several days, keep the umbrellas handy because of the rain chances moving in. every other day we'll have the chance of rain. temperatures by memorial day weekend spike up, it's cool by thursday, once we get into the start of the memorial day weekend temperatures could climb into the 80s, we'll focus on that coming up in just a bit, guys? >> thank you. we have breaking news from the wynnfield section of philadelphia where a house fire
has killed three people and injured two others, the action cam was at the scene the 5400 block of diamond street as firefighters pulled victims out of the house. crews got the call at 4:50 a.m., when they arrived they found flames and smoke pouring out of the home. firefighters put out the fire quickly. there is no word on the conditions of the injured. we'll learn more from fire officials this morning and pass the information along to you. >> 6:03 a.m., new information to tell you about this morning, nine people were shot on a philadelphia street corner. police say the shooting happened while the group was broadcasting live on facebook. as many as 30 people were standing on the corner of 23rd and huntington in strawberry mansion when one person started shooting. as investigators say the group was singing and dancing after the shots someone called 911. >> we arrived on the location
and found several victims who were transported to area hospitals. >> two of the victims critically injured, the others in stable condition. this morning police trying to figure out a motive and track down those responsible for the crime. >> and developing out of saudi arabia this morning president donald trump planning to give a speech to 50 muslim and arab leaders urging them to fight against terrorism. >> the president said he accepted an invitation to visit egypt. yesterday the president signed a 100 billion-dollar arms deal with saudi arabia. >> this huge arm sales package reduces the burden on the united states to provide the same equipment to our own military
forces, and will strengthen saudi forces for the future so saudi arabia is capable of carrying a greater share of the burden. >> trump's speech today is the centerpiece of his trip to saudi arabia. his trip will take him to israel and the vatican. north korea has filed another ballistic missile. today's rocket traveled 310 miles. last week north korea tested a mitt range missile that could carry a heavy nuclear warhead. experts said the launch flew higher and longer than any other missile previously fired by north korea. abc news learned that the fbi investigation of russian meddling has spread to the inner circle. a senior would you also aid is
considered a person of interest. fired fbi director james comey has agreed to testify in open public session. new york times reporting it received word of an official white house document in which trump told the russian ambassador that comey was a nut job and he fired comey. trump said the russian investigation played a role in the ousting. general mcmaster is on this this week in an exclusive interview. we have descriptions of a man shooting a 2-year-old boy and his father in kensington on friday night. the child was shot four times and remains in the hospital. his father injuries are less severe. the suspect black male 6'3" with
braids wearing a black shirt, the second suspect was a 5'11" black man in their 20s and riding bikes. the neighbor said the alleged shooters claimed the neighborhood was their turf. >> he unloaded the gun. >> anyone with information is urged to call police. people across south jersey are smelling the smoke from a fire burning in wharton state forest at last word, the fire was 50% contained in shmong township burlington county. 300 acres are burning. firefighters setting backfires to keep the flames from reaching 30 nearby homes. so far no evacuations have been ordered. happening this morning the search for a teenager who
disappeared swimming in the delaware river. he and who others jumped into the river near the linden avenue boat ramp in torresdale. the current was too much and they separated. a fourth friend jumped in to help, bystanders called 911, but they were unable to find the 16-year-old. 11 people escaped with minor injuries when a deck collapsed in roxborough. 16 people were on the deck when it gave way at 9:00 p.m. on the 800 block of ridge avenue. inspectors are trying to determine the cause of the collapse. 8 people were hurt at los angeles busy airport when a passenger plane crashed into a truck on the tarmac. the air mexico collided with the vehicle causing the truck to overturned. 8 people on the truck were hurt, nobody on the plane were injured. passengers were talking about the collision. >> it came to an abrupt stop it
was a loud flood. >> it was not a -- it was a loud flood. >> it was not a major hit to being uncomfortable. >> reporter: a passenger took this picture from the window of the overturned truck. the workers were not terribly hurt. pennsbury prom was a big hit with star power. ♪ students were thrilled to see philadelphia's own quest love, a deejay for the special night. the roots drummer kept his promise he showed up, there he is. the staff worked to make this happen. he worked porn the prom for free. >> a big night. >> a fun time. >> really fun. >> some hot dogs are being recalled we'll fill you in ahead on sunday morning.
>> a rollercoaster ride tons with students left dangling, we'll tell you what brought the ride to a halt. >> reporter: it will remain on the chilly side over the next several days, look at the 40s showing up to the northwest, along with the chilly air comes several chances of rain this week, details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. chris christie: addiction is a disease.
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large hump back male out of a marina after swimming close to boats yesterday afternoon. wildlife experts say it doesn't appear that the what he whale id or sick. >> let's go over to chris sowers, to help you plan your sunday. >> reporter: if you don't like the heat we have great news there. we have rain in the seven-day forecast, that's something that most of you probably won't like. here's the view in cape may. a lot of clouds have pulled away, we're seeing a little bit of cloud cover, most of us waking up to clear conditions, chilly temperatures, once again the numbers are on the cooler side. the afternoon high was 66 degrees in philadelphia, and the jersey shore, actually pulled back into the 50s during the afternoon, so a far cry from
the 93 that we reached on friday. double scan live behind me is clear. we don't have any precipitation out there this morning, we'll stay dry tote, overnight tonight after midnight that's when the rain starts to roll on in again, that will set up a gloomy start to the workweek here. periods of rain expected monday. 51 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint 45. air very comfortable. pressure steady. wind out of the east/northeast at 16 miles per hour that's locking the colder air in. temperature spread, reading 48 degrees. poconos 46 degrees. millville, 50. dover, 51. cape may checking in at 50. again, the cooler air all the result of the breeze coming in off the ocean, east/northeasterly winds, general wind speeds 5 miles per
hour they will pick up a little bit during the course of the day. satellite and radar we're clear up and down the east coast. more wet weather building across the ohio and tennessee valleys. this is our next weather maker sliding in after midnight tonight. the low pressure system pulling north up into canada. the trailing cold front will slip through tomorrow. another area of low pressure dwons along the front -- develops along the front and slides up the coast. sunday into monday, everything staying to our west. overnight tonight and through the day tomorrow it lands on top of us and brings us some of the rain. okay, here's future tracker 6, and setting it in motion for you, a lot more in the way of sunshine than what we saw yesterday, yesterday peeks of sun and many of us didn't see that, today we're starting out with full sunshine. we'll see the clouds build in from the west during the day, a lot of will enjoy mostly sunny skies at least for the first part of the afternoon.
overnight tonight, the clouds thicken, here comes monday's rain around the hours of 3:00 a.m., it will pick up in intensity you can see the oranges and reds. we expect periods of rain as the low pressure system sits over top of us. that pulls by into new england. noose looks nice before the next round of rain arrives wednesday and thursday. let's go back to this graphic, sun and clouds, a nice finish to the weekend. 70 degrees, winds out of the east/southeast 5 to 15 miles per hour. 11:00 a.m. 66, 1:00 p.m., 69. 5:00 p.m., there's the high of 70 degrees. rain developing late overnight tonight 3:00 a.m. or so. 57 for the outlying suburbs, 67
for center city. temperature-wise nice stuff, sun and clouds, 70 degrees, tomorrow, periods of rain, some of it heavy at times, especially in the morning, 72. tuesday is the dry day, increasing clouds, 75. the next round of rain moves in wednesday and thursday, some of that could be heavy, as well. 72, 72. the start of memorial day weekend, 75 friday, saturday, 82 degrees. nice stuff. >> back up, thank you. here's another sign that summer is around the corner. the city of wildwood has activated their parking meters, they are put in use as more and more people head to the shore for the summer season to enjoy the waves, the sand and the boards. meters in wildwood will be in use through october. >> a high school graduation
celebration took a nerve racking turn when a rollercoaster ride stopped mid ride. strong windy gusts triggered a safety measure cutting power to the ride. students were on their backs while the rain and wind whipped around them. it took three hours to rescue them, everyone is okay. >> formers dodgers manager tommy lasorta is being treated in the hospital.
the 89-year-old is resting comfortably. in august 2016 he was sent to the hospital and required 12 stitches after a fall in atlantic city. lasorta is a montgomery county native and hall of famer and special consultant to the dodger. customers were complaining of metal in the meat. nathan's beef franks and curtis beef master frank. posal service is -- postal service is offering informed deliver. the postal service hopes it will reduce the risk of mail theft. informed delivery does not send images of incoming packages, it is limited to letter-size
morning, what a cool down we had. the first official heat wave of the season, wednesday, 91 thursday, 93. yesterday, 66 degrees, the jersey shore in the upper 50s, thanks to the easterly wind the wind off the ocean. with ocean temperatures in the 50s that's why we're seeing the cooler air up and down the eastern seaboard. today will be milder than yesterday. the return of sunshine. buffalo, 55. syracuse 52. new york times, 53.
milder stuff to the west that will work in here tuesday and wednesday. forecast for today, we'll enjoy more in the way of sunshine and temperatures close to 70 degrees. gray. >> thank you for the update. phillies miserable road trip comes to an end in pittsburgh. one phillies pitcher concerned about the state of mind on the mound. >> reporter: phillies fans you think you're hard on players, well phils starter sounds like a caller on sports talk radio, he said i'm just clueless right now. he is about to pop the question. this is the only happy moment in pittsburgh for phillies fans. vince valequez. more trouble, two run single,
failed to reach the 7th inning oncer again and once again he rips himself, saying he is clueless and has to stop putting pressure on himself. phillies lost 6-3. only one team in baseball with less wins. if labron james is not giving boston enough in the eastern conference finals, isaiah thomas will miss the rest of the playoffs for a hip injury. golden state game three of the western conference finals, seth curry, dancing around the defense 21 for curry. duran 19 in the third, knocking off the third, golden state wins 120,-108. they take the series lead.
always dreaming runs into in the preakness it has one of the worst finishes ever by a kentucky darby winner. >> clouds computing for an upset. they finish together, cloud computing has defeated -- cloud computing coming out of nowhere to win, always dreaming finished 8th. only one horse over the last 38 years has won the triple crown. union are red hot they have not lost in may. against colorado they are down 1. penalty kick ties it. minutes later, 75th minute it's the free kick. he bends it like beckham, bang,
an early-morning house fire has killed three people. the action cam was at the scene, the 5400 block of diamond street. the fire started at 4:50 a.m., one other resident is in the hospital right now. we'll take you live to the scene along diamond street the house fire, three people unfortunately has lost their lives. fire crews on the scene. we're waiting to get more information from the fire department about the fire. firefighters put the flames out quickly this is another live picture from the action cam, the flames are out, the ladders there, the crews still there trying to determine what caused the fire. three people are dead in the fire, crews working to figure out how this started. >> we'll continue to follow that for you, meantime, chris sowers joins us with a preview of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. hopefully better today than yesterday. >> reporter: it's looking better, guys, you can see the sun glistening down brightly on the delaware river there. temperatures on the chilly side it was just two days ago we were
in the middle of the heat wave. everybody had the air-conditioning on. some areas so chilly you need a jacket. poconos 14 degrees above the freezing mark of 32. 46 degrees in the poconos. again, two days ago we were sweating it out in the 90s. 51 in philadelphia. 50 for millville. atlantic city, 46. cape may showing a present temperature reading of 50 degrees right on the dot. satellite and radar we're picking up the easterly wind ocean temperatures in the 50s, it's chilly this morning. we've cleared out nicely, you can see all the clear skies across the delaware and the lehigh valleys, clouds will build across the west those will roll in after 3:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m., increasing clouds starting out with a lot of sunshine, some of the clouds build in after 3:00 p.m. a milder day up to 70 degrees, the city of philadelphia, and the immediate surrounding
suburbs, 11:00 a.m., 66 degrees, 1:00 p.m., 69. 3:00 p.m., 70 degrees. jersey shore, high of 64 with the numbers pulling back later on. 63 by 11:00. back to the 60s or upper 50s by 5:00 p.m. satellite and radar this is what we're watching closely, this is the next round of rain that arrives after midnight tonight and through the day on monday. i'll be back with the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast gray? >> folks with the rain coming tomorrow, remember you can get the hourly forecast, the detailed seven day a check of storm tracker 6 live at any time right on your phone or tablet. the 6abc app is a free download for your mobile device. police say 9 people were shot on a philadelphia street corner streaming live on facebook. about 0 people were standing on the corner of 23rd and huntington in strawberry mansion
when one person started shooting. the incident happened as the group was singing and dancing. two are critically injured. police are trying to figure out a motive and track down those responsible for the crime. this morning a father is speaking about his son who is still missing after a late night swim with friends. this happened on the delaware river in philadelphia's torresdale section. "action news" reporter, annie mccormick talked to people praying for a miracle along the banks of the river. >> he is like a little brother. friends of antwan fox clung to each other as they waited along the delaware river friday night. the teens jumped in by the linden avenue boat ramp friday night, the current proved too much, the three were separated. >> once you got below it, it's
block, where's the dock. it's hard to keep track of where you are. >> a 4th friend jumped into help. bystanders called 911 a call came in after 10:30 p.m. fox's feaferght was on -- father was on the shore line. my son cannot swim he would not jump in. he is a good kid never hurt nobody and harmless and i just want to understand what's going on right now. >> reporter: his friend said this. >> when you get to know him, he sticks to your heart. >> reporter: philadelphia marine unit suspended the search friday night and he expected to be back in the water sunday morning as long as the weather cooperates. annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> a 2-year-old in the hospital
after falling a window saturday morning. we know it happened at 11:30 a.m. on the home on the 2100 block of north 29th street in strawberry mansion section of the city. it's in anther clear how he fell from the window, last check he is in stable condition at hanheman hospital. jury selection starts tomorrow for bill cosby's trial. cosby is accused of drugging and molesting andrea constan in 2004 at his home. the trial is expected to get underway in norristown an june 5th. >> in a couple of hours from now, trump is expected to give a teach to 50 must arab leaders to urge them in the fight against terrorism. the president said he accepted an invitation to visit egypt. he signed a 110 billion-dollar
arms deal with saudi arabia. his speech today is the centerpiece of his visit to saudi arabia. his overseas trip will take him to israel and the vatican. >> this morning a heartwarming sight in nigeria, recently released after three years in the hands of boko haram. the girls were kidnapped from their school released after negotiations with the nigerian government and the red cross. >> the so-called greatest show on earth comes to an end, the circus will hold its final performance in new york. the circus has been an american tradition since the 1800s, it was hit by an declining attendance higher operating costs and oppositions from animal rights groups. tonight's performance from the national coal seem -- coal --
coliseum will be streamed on facebook. the season finale of "dancing with the stars." the finalist are vocalist, and nfl running back and david ross who played on the world champion cubs. the show moves tomorrow night at 8:00. the winner revealed tuesday night, the episode starts at 8:30, alicia vitarelli is in los angeles for the award of the mirror ball trophy. miley cyrus is one of the performers at the billboards music live. chris cornell will be remembered, he died suddenly after a concert last week. dragons will talk about how
cornell influenced their sound. the billboard music awards begins at 8:00 p.m. there's much more to come on "action news" sunday morning. what to do starting this morning to protect yourself an your family from cyber hackers. also ahead. >> reporter: it is that time of year again they are getting ready at the jersey shore for the start of the summer season, i'm nora muchanic coming up next, a look at what's happening. >> sky6 live hd taking a live look right now at camden. meteorologist chris sowers back next with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, you can see the sun is shining right now.
with us, 6:41 a.m., asian islander heritage month continues, a beautiful face there, nydia han emceeing the event in franklin square organized by penn asian association. look at that, there were traditional drums and dancers and good food. >> it was a great crowd and great performance in the perform and tent lots of fun. >> the weather could have been better, but it wasn't bad, chris. >> reporter: i notice a lot of you wearing jackets out there yesterday. it's funny we had a birthday for my brother jason we were sitting out back by a fire, i was in a blanket it was chilly yesterday,
temperatures topping out in the mid 60s, coming off a day before where we had a high of 93. huge temperatures swings over the last 24 hours. there's a live shot of the philadelphia international airport. we're waking up to sunshine with a few clouds mixed in this morning. 70 degrees is the high temperature we're shooting for today. it's milder than yesterday's afternoon high of 66. we'll see more in the way of sunshine, a far cry from the 93 we had on friday. 51 is where we started out in the city of philadelphia. it's cooler north and west, 42 pilots, quakertown. bethlehem, 49. lake harmony, 46 degrees. quakertown ten degrees above the freezing mark of 32. we just got done a heat wave. 47 in glassboro, vineland, 47. woodbine, 49. hammonton, 45 degrees. satellite and radar along with
with -- we have clouds to the west, that will sneak in as the day progresses all the rain rolls in, as well. the high responsible for all this mess is along the u.s./can canadian border. that will go into southern canada, the trailing cold front will drift east we'll expect rain to break out 3:00 a.m. in the morning. periods of rain all day long, heaviest in the morning hours. future tracker 6 you will see more in the way of coverage with what the model is showing. periods of rain, some of it could be heavy as indicated by the yellows and oranges, that could continue until 2:00 p.m. before wind down. tuesday looks nice before the next round of rain rolls in wednesday and thursday, monday, cloudy and damp periods of rain, especially in the morning where it could be heavy at times.
by afternoon we expect it to tape off. 2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m., it begins to wind down. rainfall totals half inch to an inch of rain. another good soaking on the way. highs 70 degrees philadelphia and reading. allentown, 69, trenton, 68. millville, 67. 64 the number for the jersey shore. we'll call it pleasant overnight clouds roll back in rain develops after 2:00, temperatures generally in the mid to upper 50s. 57 in philadelphia. wilmington, 58. millville, 57. cape may, 58 degrees. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, a nice one today, it's comfortable finish to the weekend, 70 degrees, periods of rain for monday, 72. tuesday is fairly nice increasing clouds starting out with a lot of the sun up to 75. wednesday and thursday, here comes the next system, more rain, 72 both days, as we getting into the unofficial start of summer, memorial day weekend breezy, sunshine friday
75. saturday looks really, really nice at this point turning warmer high of 82. sunday and monday excuse me look nice, as well. there could be a shower on memorial day right now keep the fingers crossed memorial day weekend is looking good. >> speaking of summer, chris, the summer-like weather last week had people flocking to the jersey shore. with memorial day a week away, shore businesses and getting ready. nora muchanic took a trip to the beach. >> reporter: mike of margate is shopping for a new beach chair you want to find one that's just right. >> the logic you're walking to the beach you want something fairly light. >> i can't wait, yeah i am a summer girl [laughter] so i'm the definitely ready. >> reporter: the perelman's came to the right place, island beach is one of the businesses gearing up for the memorial day weekend and the start of summer season. >> we have a lot of box to say
unpack we have new stuff coming out everyday. we actually try to get people to come in the spring. >> reporter: because it's quieter now than it will be in two weeks. along asbury avenue in the business district it's time to spruce up. >> springtime, people get their houses ready they get the work done on the house, in wintertime there's nothing to do. it's time to get the work done. >> reporter: it's going to get busy, we're looking forward to the crowds coming down and the weather is getting better. >> definitely looking forward to summer, i love listening to the ocean the sun in my face, i'm good. >> reporter: with water temperatures in the 50s it's too chilly for most. >> it's not too hot i don't like it much hotter than this, i'm perfect. >> that baby looked so cute. >> are you ready for summer? >> i'm ready.
>> the whole family is ready. chris christie: addiction is a disease. it can happen to anyone. help is within reach. all you need to do is ask. vanessa: i was a full-blown heroin addict, selling my soul to get high. but i got help, and you can too. james: i just know i didn't want to feel that pain anymore. i got help. you can too. aj: most people think addicts are beyond help. when i see an addict, i see hope. chris christie: don't suffer. don't wait. call 844 reach nj or visit reachnj.gov.
>> 6:48 a.m., police hope a 6 figure reward along with new video will help them catch a person who lit a fire this month. >> reporter: on monday, may 1, a building under construction at 20th and wharton in philadelphia's point breeze section suddenly goes up in flames. the fire lights up the overnight sky at what was to be new residential housing. upon investigation officials determined that the fire was intentionally set. they have released surveillance video of a person of interest. >> he is coming and going, he is coming by with the hoodie on, else living without the hoodie moments after and then there's a fire, we're hoping somebody out there could recognize the individual. >> reporter: four entitieses
have come together to offer 107 thousands dollar reward. >> 2500 from kiata ten thousand atf. 4500 from the crime people, $90,000 letter of intent from the developer. the reward is $107,000 for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible. all you have to do is call the citizens crime commission at 215, 546 tips. all calls remain anonymous, for crime fighters i'm rick williams. >> yesterday was armed forces day designated to honor the men and women who served our nation. on market square in germantown mayor jim kenny was among those who turned out.
organizers took time to honor the famed tuskegee gee airmen, the first black aviators. the 10th annual walk for the wounded took place in rose tree park designed to raise money for the thousands of returning wounded troops and their families. >> a minnesota bride called off her wedding reception, but found a reason to celebrate. she donated her reception to the ronald mcdonald house, she works at children's hospital in minneapolis and has seen firsthand the charity's impact on families. >> i'm making the best of the situation i was in and looking at the positive and knowing i could help a bunch a bunch of or people and show support. >> 170 volunteers were honored including families who were once helped by the charity.
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canning -- is testing face-scanning kiosk to match your identity to your passport photo. delta said the kiosk could check in twice as many passengers per hour, the airline is testing 4 machines at the minneapolis st. paul airport this summer. a fundraiser held in philadelphia last night benefited the police survivors fund. it supports families of philadelphia police officers killed or injured in the line of duty. tickets were $30 and everybody was treated to music and silent auction along with a raffle. ♪ the music was all american at
the please touch museum in honor of armed forces day. members of the philly pops played a free concert. correspond at the time played the stars bangle banner. taylor swift sent a gift to a prom. ashley was surprised to receive a bouquet of flowers and card. the note said they was proud of the central university florida grad. it ended with i'm very lucky a girl like you cares about me, love taylor. >> special needs children their families and supporters got dressed up to go to the philadelphia zoo. organized by variety, the children's charity andy --
attendees enjoyed drinks and food. it provides enriching opportunities for children and young adults. ransomware attacks infected thousands of computers in 150 countries. we have important advice to protect yourself online. >> reporter: imagine a thief broke into your house and stole your computer and would give it back if you played $300. that's what's happening virtually with ransomware. >> when you log on to the computer there's an announcement you have to pay them to get the files back. >> reporter: the ransom is in bitcoin a digital untraceable currency. >> ransomware is usually spread is indiscriminate. >> reporter: fbi said 4,000 attacks happen daily, what can you do? >> anytime you see there's an update for a piece of software
you have, you should install it. >> reporter: when your operating system asks it can run a security update every time, or better make it automatic. next avoid the attacks entirely. >> you personally need to be active in insuring that you don't download anything that can hurt you. >> reporter: that means never click on attachments unless you're 100% sure. finally back up your computer regularly. if you frequently back up your files you have little to use, put all your data on a external hard drive or upload it to a cloud storage. >> you've got all your files, you can wipe your hard drive and recent stall from your backup and you're good to go. >> reporter: beche worely abc news. >> there's another hour of action straight ahead.
breaking news, fire causes a tragedy in wynnfield section of philadelphia. >> gunfire wounds 9 people on a philadelphia street corner and the whole thing may have been broadcast live. >> plus, another complete update from meteorologist chris sowers and accuweather we'll see you after the break. >> a night of if i -- fun in
bullets flying, nine people recovering from gunshot wounds. president donald trump calling for unit in the fight against terrorism during his speech in saudi arabia. >> firefighters battling a blaze in the wharton state forest in new jersey. >> good morning 7:00 a.m. on this sunday morning, sky6 live hd over the commodore barry bridge, a beautiful start to your sunday. >> let's go outside now to meteorologist chris sowers and accuweather, hi chris. >> reporter: good morning to you guys, it's comfortably cool with temperatures close to 50 degrees, wall-to-wall blue skies, it's brighter than all of yesterday. i want to show you this real quick. we were in the middle of a heat wave two days ago, yesterday the high temperature during the after topped out at 66 degrees, if you were down at the jersey shore you topped out in the upper 50s, 91 degrees wednesday, 93 thursday, 93 on friday, there you see only 66 degrees yesterday and now, some of the same locations that had the air-condit