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philadelphia neighborhood into a demolition derby. we'll show you viewer video of the destruction as it's happening. old city community is reeling from the four-alarm inferno that ripped through a business. storm tracker 6 live is tracking more damp and dreary weather today with periods of heavy rain. let's get to accuweather with meteorologist chris sowers. hi chris. >> reporter: good morning, to you guys, welcome to seattle. that's what it looks like out here. we have more fog settling in. the roads are dry, but we're seeing the light mist fall along the mist, the visibility continues to drop off as well. we have a dense fog in effect for chester and lancaster counties until 8:00 a.m. everybody else will not see the visibility drop off like they will to the west. we're seeing .3 in millville. under a mile in dover. 2 1/2 in allentown. .3 in lancaster/chester area.
as we look at the temperatures, the good news, the numbers are nice and mild and looks like, we're having problems with the clicker, doesn't want to advance him temperatures are actually fairly mild, tell you what, bring the camera back out on me, as we continue to have problems, but, again, the roads are dry, i'm not able to show you the radar at this time. when i come back we'll focus on the rain heading this way later this afternoon. it will stick around tomorrow afternoon. rainfall totals could exceed an inch in some locations. if you have outdoor plans this weekend make sure you have the umbrella on standby. i'll have the details on future tracker 6 when i see you in just a few minutes. >> folks, 6:01 a.m., there's noosks -- new information to tell you about, dozens of people waking up to sounds of an out-of-control driver smashing
cars in a south philadelphia neighborhood. that would be frightening to wake up. "action news" viewer showing the scene at third and porter street before 11:00 p.m. the street was turned into a demolition derby. the driver smashed a truck into 16 cars. several had to be towed from the scene. the driver's truck was badly damaged. the driver was held at the scene. we're waiting for more information from police. firefighters pulled a person from a burning home in west philadelphia. crews quickly put out the fire on the 4300 block of ludlow street. the injured person was taken to penn presbyterian hospital. we're working to learn about the person's condition. >> it's been almost a week since this big fire gutted a building and damaged another one in an old city neighborhood. the aftermath is dealing an economic punch to the old city 200 block of chestnut street.
jeff chirico takes a look at people rallying together. >> there's a lot of people walking around. >> reporter: but this friday night, third and chestnut is considered a collapse zone with police cars blocking the devastating fire scene at least one nearby business had plenty of empty tables. others like the best western hotel and the water damage little lion restaurant is still closed leaving dozens out of work. >> five days later we're not allowed in the building. reality sets in, we don't have any information. >> reporter: owner chris young estimates the little lion won't reopen for at least two months. he put out a call on facebook to find positions for his 08 staff members. >> the city tavern reached out. >> we said if you're employees want to come here, permanently or temporarily we'll be more than happy to take them off their hands. >> i'm overwhelmed how many people responded, it was very,
very cool. >> reporter: the city announced plans to demolish what remains of 237 chestnut street next week. the apartment building was destroyed sunday morning forcing 160 people to evacuate. although it still stands, preservation advocates say the 170-year-old facade is too deteriorated to save. >> hard because the 200 block of chestnut street is one of the most intact rows or blocked of 19th century fabric we have in the city. >> reporter: meanwhile, crowning is talking to insurance companies and planning a fundraiser for the out of work staff grateful to the community that rally around them. >> not everybody has found a job, but there should be enough offers out there to potentially land everybody. >> reporter: there's an iron facade that will be salvaged we're told. demolition will begin next week and will last a week, so if you
come down here be aware of road closures, jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> we continue to follow the aftermath of the florida school shooting massacre. new revelations are coming to live but the accused shooter. we're learning more through calls made to law enforcement about the alleged shooter in the weeks and months before the tragedy in parkland florida. a person with a tip called in in in january, told the officer i know he is going to explode. she feared the shooter getting into a school and shooting up the place. fbi admitting the information was never passed on to the miami field office and the fbi director briefed congress about the flawed process yesterday. broward county sheriff's office said they were called to nicholas cruz's home, 23 times. released was 911 audio one
believed to be cruz. >> i lost my mother and i'm dealing with a bunch of things right now. >> reporter: teachers returned to marjory stoneman douglas high school in parkland florida, they are planning for the transitional opening of the school for the students. >> florida governor rick scott broke with president trump in arming teachers, he called for armed officers in every school. he called for the age of buying a rifle from 18 to 21. he did not call for a ban on the rifle that cruz used. president trump called for bonuses for teachers who are willing to be armed in school. there's a small, but growing corporate backlash to the nra. many are cutting ties no longer
offering programs or products to nra members, they include -- some of the this raps to be the rule of -- some of this appears to be the direct pressure from social media campaign. robert mueller at russian metaling investigation continues to heat up. 45-year-old rick gates pleading guilty to conspiracy and false statements charges. gates is cooperating with the robert mueller investigation. he was the business partner of former chairman paul man ford who was indicted with additional charges yesterday. robert mueller's strategy seems to be put pressure on paul manafort that he gives up what he knows about the president and the russians. secret set service agents arrested a woman who intentionally drove into a security barrier near the white
house. this happened yesterday afternoon near the south lawn. the security scare prompted the white house to go on temporary lockdown. police reporting the driver is known to secret service and believed to have mental health issues. 6:08 a.m. happening today, eagles coach doug peterson gets a new honor, this hits home for the coach of our super bowl champs. the town council of moorestown new jersey will present him with a proclamation of the super bowl win at 10:00 a.m. on at the community house on main street. >> 6:08 a.m. still ahead on "action news" saturday morning. a springtime favorite has returned. details on the frozen treat that you can indulge in in time for saint st. patrick's day. how to save a few dollars on dinner at your favorite restaurant. local high school students are partying into the early
county have been dancing through the night for a good cause. the students at archbishop carroll has been holding their own thrown. they are raising money for the children's hospital of philadelphia. >> good job! 6:12 a.m., chris sowers has a look at the forecast. the only thing bright will be their smiles. not just you. i said smiles, plural. >> reporter: one day of rain is not all that bad, but when you start getting three, four, five straight days of rain of cloud cover and fog it becomes miserable. unfortunately we're stuck in one of those patterns. you can see behind me this is across the midwest, this is the rain heading this way later this afternoon and into tonight and tomorrow morning. more heavy weather heading this way. let's talk about march we've had
unbelievable warm temperatures for this february, it's should be cold and stormy. march be the pattern will start to turn colder. especially the first two weeks and stormy, that brings areas of low pressure off the eastern seaboard. it doesn't mean snow, but the temperatures are expected to be colder over the next couple of weeks than what we've been experiencing the last two weeks in the philadelphia area. the good news we are gaining more daylight. even if we start to see systems that produce snow in our neck of the woods again, the angle of the sun is getting high now, the temperatures are milder overall, the snow will not stick around nearly as long if were december or january. this is the time of year you can get snow, but it should not last long because of the sun angle. radar is clear, we have clouds and patchy drizzle and mist going on, that's about it. the fog settling in. .3 in lancaster. we have dense fog advisory.
lancaster and chester that's in effect until 8:00 a.m. we have a pocket of dozens fog developing over the delaware bay from vineland and millville, south and bridgeton and cedarville and agenda beach and for the -- gandys beach and fortescue area. mild temperatures, 44 in philadelphia. millville, 46. allentown, 42. cape may, 43. the numbers will climb pretty rapidly this afternoon. highs today in the 50s. not too bad temperature-wise, all this is slide in here shortly after lunchtime. heading into the ohio, south of chicago, a lot of heavy stuff you see, the yellows and oranges will lift north up to the great lakes, the bulk of the lighter rains will slide across the pennsylvania, new jersey, delaware areas as we head into the late afternoon hours. future tracker 6 showing that exact same thing. lunchtime, light rain or showers
across southeastern pennsylvania, and mild temperatures. that continues throughout the day, same thing, showers and lighter periods of rain continuing through the evening hours croant -- overnight tonight. tomorrow morning we'll see steadier rain, that will calm down and transition over to afternoon showers. the warm front punches through, how far north it gets is up in the air at this point. it will make a huge difference in the temperatures. you stay on the northern side of the front. you'll be 40s. if you're south of the front. you will be in the mid 60s. 64 in millville. dover 63 degrees. lots of clouds, more rain and drizzle, the heaviest occurs tonight into tomorrow morning, rainfall totals could be half inch to an inch. if you're not picking up the rain and drizzle look out for fog.
reading, 52. lehigh valley, 50 or 51. overnighter tonight, clouds, drizzle and rain. 44 degrees in philadelphia. wilmington and millville. lehigh valley close 40, trenton, 43. dover, 44. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 7 day forecast, the numbers are nice and mild, the normal high this time of the year is 44. we're ten degrees warmer than that ten degrees better for tomorrow. morning rain sunday afternoon showers, 60. monday, tuesday, wednesday, all look nice, lots of sunshine, temperatures in the 50s, guys. >> thank you so much for the update. a local museum based on on the life of world renown vocalist merion anderson is a popular place to visit during black history month. >> merion anderson staged a concert at the lincoln memorial in 1939. her home is a national museum and makes us plenty proud.
>> reporter: marian anderson was ground breaking in her career and the national merion anderson museum highlights her significance. >> it was her home, had your hub her oasis where she lived for over 75 years. per protege purchased the home in 1995 and turned it into a museum. >> woman and men and children from all over the world could come and understand merion who she was and her life and appreciate her story. >> currently on view is merion and the philadelphia story a tale that begins at the start of other birth 1897. we see merion her birth certificate tisk so ware, moth birth at home with midwives. we see the beginning of the buildings of city hall.
1900 is city hall being built. >> reporter: it's like walking through time. >> the museum is open monday through saturday 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. it would be a wonderful tribute to merion for people to support her living musical legacy and the museum. rick williams channel 6 "action news." >> that museum offers a scholar artist program throughout the year. go to our website 6abc.com. we'll be right back. let's take you outside, live look sky6 live hd talen energy stadium in chester, delaware county. meteorologist chris sowers if you have plans for the weekend, don't forget the umbrella. we'll be back after this. >> glad you're waking up with
us, 6:21 a.m., sales of existing homes have dropped by 3% not because people are not looking. rising supplies and shortage. available homes are to blame for the fall in prices. the drop from december to january, the second straight decline in sales for homes. the number of homes per sales has dipped by 1.5 million which is the fewest of any since january when record keeping began in 1999. a survey found a debit card is used 44% of the time. while a credit card is used 34% of the time.
there are times when a credit card makes more sense like when making a big purchase or travel. it can build cash back rewards. but if you don't plan to pay it off at the end of the month it's a waste of money. do you like to eat out on a budget. try gift cards.com and restaurant.com you can get a 20-dollar gift cards without paying full price. many places offer free meals for seniors and members of the military. follow your favorite restaurant on social media, that's the first place they announce deals. mcdonald's is bringing back the minty green milk shake that was introduced in 1970. it's introduced through st. patrick's day. after that it will become as rare as a 4-leaf clover. we'll be right back. >> reporter: welcome back
everyone, 6:25 a.m., saturday morning, what a week it was, early on, chilly, 49. and then we got into a summer-like pattern, tuesday, and wednesday, 72. wednesday, 77. the all time record set in february was 79 set in 1930. the clouds rolled in and thursday the numbers dropped off. 58. periods of rain, 45. a chilly northeasterly breeze, today we're stuck in the same overall pattern, lots of clouds, areas of rain and drizzle developing this afternoon. 54 for the jersey shore and the city of philadelphia. the poconos, turn the number around, rain likely in the afternoon. what will happen during the course of the weekend. this high brought us the lovely
weather. it will shift off to the southeast, it will allow an area of low pressure in overnight tonight and into tomorrow morning. after tomorrow morning, we'll have clear skies monday through wednesday. >> turning to sports, the sixers host the or rand -- orlando magic today and the flyers first ottawa. >> jamie apody has saturday morning sports. >> reporter: good morning, let the games begin, phillies kicked off grapefruit yesterday, they will stop selling beer at the ballpark because they lost the opener as gary papa said. this is how the game started. designated hitter a homerun off nick pavetta. phils lost to toronto 2-1. check out the hats the phillies
wore against the blue jays, honoring marjory stoneman douglas high school high school. the caps will be auctioned off to raise money for the victims their and families. >> we want to help, this is the least we can do to wear the hats today. >> we're thankful we can play our tiny little small part and you know, say that all of our hearts and prayers go out to the people involved and just wish that there's going to be a change. >> it's being called the ncaa worst nightmare, an fbi probe has uncovered violations by 20 division one basketball programs with players receiving improper benefits from agents. among those named in the report,
markell fultz receiving $10,000 in 2014. he left for the nba after one season at washington, never signed with the agency. college hoops, penn hosting dartmouth. the quakers ran away with it. watch the nice reverse layup, 20th win of the season. it is their first 21 season since 2006/2007. the flyers play ottawa today. they move into a tie with pittsburgh, 74 points him they were off the pace of washington for the top spot. pretty crazy after losing ten in a row, the flyers have a shot of winning the division, the coach said that comes from the top. >> there's a certain level of confidence and a certain level of calmness, whether it's under
look at wilmington, delaware, it is a dreary start to your saturday, heavy rain is on the way. >> local police officials sounding on off the florida high school officers in action during the mass shooting. >> security at schools around the country is increasing in the wake of the florida attack. one high school banning backpacks. >> let's get you outside with chris sowers with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, it's going to rain today, chris? >> reporter: i'm ready, gray, it's going to rain this afternoon, i'm not seeing rain
right now. actually even the mist has stopped. if you have outdoor plans bring along this guy you'll need it later. dense fog advisory for chester and lancaster county. visibility in this part of the viewing area down to less than a yachterrer of a mile. we have a pocket of dense fog developing around the delaware bay. millville, .3 of a mile. philadelphia, 3 miles, allentown looks like you have dropped to 2 1/2 miles. as we look at the satellite and radar, more of the same if you liked yesterday's weather you'll love today, clouds, mist and drizzle during the late morning hours, that will transition over to periods of lighter rain later this afternoon. tomorrow, pretty much looks like the same thing. this area of moisture here which is currently pushing through the ohio valley, you can see some of it is heavy with the oranges and reds and yellows. that will pull through. we won't clear until that swings through, that won't be until sometime tomorrow afternoon.
the next 48 hours look kind of gray and gloomy out here. forecast for today, cloudy skies, damp, periods of rain and drizzle later this afternoon. on a positive note, temperatures are fairly mild. that's the theme this month of february. 54 degrees is the high coming off two summer-like days, tuesday and wednesday, when the numbers shot into the 70s. as we looked into the future, the numbers next week are mild, as well. every single day we're in the 50s, we're seeing wet weather, drizzle and rain, at least the temperatures are mild. i'll be back along in just a few minutes and let you know when it clears in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. nydia. >> chris, thank you. swifting to the florida school shooting tragedy we're learning about the armed school resource officers who was on campus when the gunman started shooting up the high school in parkland. scot peterson resign this week
after it was revealed he did not run into the school. peterson a disgraced former sheriff deputy characterized himself is a strong pro active officer who was not shrinked in the face of danger. this is an incident he described in 2015. >> there were four males inside the calf steer i can't. i chase the them -- cafeteria. i apprehended two of them, threw them in the back, kept going, grabbed the other two. >> officials say peterson was a stellar officer before the valentine's day massacre. he was a former employee of the month and former school resource officer of the year. peterson has been working at the high school since 2005, he is reportedly quote distraught over the shooting.
>> much has been made over scott peterson not responding to the shooting. it sparks reaction from first responders in south jersey where they were handing out rewards for valour. >> the way we train is nearlyize the threat and stop the carnage. >> expectation is to neutrale the threat. you are tasked with keeping the public alive. >> reporter: 200 club of burlington county annual awards dinner it's where we met the chiefs. they explained in mass shooting situations as in florida, the theory if there is an armed officer he is to immediately engage and not wait for backup. the idea move fast, stop the gunman. as for the controversy around the axes of deputy sheriff peterson. >> if it was my agency i would be ripping the guy or girl, too, i would expect the person to do the right thing to go in, it could be their family member inside there. >> i can't imagine not saving
lives, part of this job is to risk your life for others, if you're not willing to do that 100% of the time, especially in that's twhor job to -- your jobo do that it i can't imagine you doing this job. >> reporter: it's the kind of risk that police officers sign on for. in cinnaminson, john rawlins channel 6 "action news." >> your time, 6:36 a.m., this morning a 20-year-old is facing charges after police say he threatened to shoot people at a school in northern pennsylvania. police arrested austin lehman yesterday after they got a tip from another student who said lehman was planning ton shooting people at a job correspond in luzerne county. >> kind of a shocker, but the way the world is going, it's out of the ordinary. >> lehman texted a female
student and said he idlizes serial killers. the student contacted the director of school security who alerted lehman about that, he is charged with making terroristic threats. several school districts around the condition are banning backpacks as a way to make schools safer. school leaders who made the changes at eastern ohio school are looking to give their students extra time to swap out their textbooks, students will be able to carry small purses and lunch boxes. fire officials are trying to figure out what sparked an enormous blaze in the lehigh valley that canceled classes for students. flames destroyed buses the flames erupted with tires bursting off their rims.
officials canceled classes and hope they resume on monday. one teenager turned himself in after a fight in delaware. 18-year-old randy rickert is faces charges. assault. two other suspects have not been identified, but planning to surrender. >> late reverend billy graham comes home to charlotte, north carolina. his casket will make the 130-mile trip from a moapt chapel in ash -- mountain chapel in asheville to charlotte. it's the first time a private citizen has been accorded such recognition since civil rights hero rosa parks in 2005. he will laid to rest march 2.
ivanka trunk will -- ivanka trump will be at the south korea closing ceremonies. 6:39 a.m., saturday morning, at least two more amazon delivery drivers have been caught on video carelessly tossing packages on to doorsteps after seeing a video, robert reported the incident to amazon. >> nothing got damaged, but i called amazon they did give me a credit of my account, they handled it very well and promptly, i was pleased with that. >> another "action news" viewer in the prospect park area posted this video to facebook page. amazon says if you have an issue with a package or driver report
it to the customer service hot line. a couple deciding to liven up their weekly game night with a murder mystery party complete with fake thugs and federal agents, things get out of hand. we'll have a preview of the new film, game night. >> newly released surveillance video shows flames igniting at a security check point. chris sowers returns with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" returns you're looking live at the ben franklin bridge, we'll be right back.
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controversy flowing because of heavy rainfall this week. this video so showing a river breaching its banks. roads are covered and not passable. arkansas got five inches of rain this week. >> time for accuweather be we'll see rain here. >> reporter: not quite like that, a little rain and fog and mist, perfect for the weekend. joy joy as we take a look at the philadelphia international airport. lots of low-level clouds and fog this morning. no delays being reported at philadelphia international as of yet. visibility continues to drop off. if you have a flight early this morning, check with your carriers make sure the flights are on time. radars are clear you have to go out to the baltimore and washington, d.c. western suburbs
to get into light rain this morning. we'll see cloud cover throughout the late morning hours, there will be mist and drizzle from time to time, but the steady rain will hold off until the afternoon. 43 degrees in philadelphia. wind out of the northwest at 4 miles per hour. the pressure continued to fall as another area of low pressure approach from the southwest. we're in a stagnant pattern that produces lots of clouds and periods of drizzle over the last several days. imagine what could have happened if testers were colder. millville, 46. trenton, 44. cape may, 43. atlantic city, checking in at 47. satellite and radar actually the snow is all the way back out here across the high plains and the western great lakes, even the ohio and tennessee valleys are nice and mild this morning. all this rain making a beeline toward the delaware and lehigh valleys this afternoon. it's been a summer-like pattern over the last couple of days.
we have a huge area of high pressure or ridge in the oohs, a trough settled across the heartland of the country. dallas, texas ice storms. 127 highs were set east of the mississippi river, 32 all time february highs, meaning the temperatures 234e6r gotten as warm -- never gotten as warm in the month of february. augusta georgia made it up to 86 degrees on wednesday. that's absolutely bomb considering the time of the year. during the afternoon hours here comes the light rain west to east. mild temperatures, same thing, cloudy skies, if you're not picking up the rape, you're seeing drizzle and mist. correspondent tonight, more rain and drizzle, more mist, tomorrow morning, same thing lots of low level clouds, area of fog,
leftover reign and drizzle. this will taper off to a couple of leftover showers tomorrow afternoon. then the warm front punches through. it's up in the air is to how far north the front will get. spring-like temperatures south of the front. north of the front in the 40s. north of philadelphia, from the city south and east, south jersey, southeastern pennsylvania, delaware, expect 60s, lehigh valley upper 40s. the idea for the weekend, more rain and drizzle, the heaviest occurring tonight into tomorrow morning. rainfall totals could range tben half inch to an inch. rain and drizzle today, 54 degrees is the forecasted high. light rain out of the north northeast. light rain and drizzle develops after lunchtime. lunchtime temperature, 51. 4:00 p.m., 55, 56. overnight tonight, rain and drizzle, mild, 39 degrees
outlying suburbs. 44 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, wouldn't you know it, everything clears out in time for the new workweek. 54 degrees, rain and drizzle for today. tomorrow, rain in the morning hours, showers by afternoon. mild high of 60. monday, tuesday, wednesday, all look fantastic. thursday and friday not so much. more rain and drizzle and more clouds. >> we'll get some sun. >> reporter: april showers bring more flowers, what about february [laughter]. >> a car chase comes to an end when the suspect crashes into a guardrail. the suspect stole an suv in north seattle. when the troopers tried to stop it, the suspect kept going. officers laid down the spike strips, the driver tried to get away again and ended up backing into the trooper's car the suspect was taken into custody. after nearly 900 bikes were
stolen in san francisco. police are stepping up their efforts to stop bike thieves with bait. they tried to get away with the bait bike. the bike was locked at a designated parking spot. there are steps to take to protect your bikes. >> one thing is to register their bikes. go to bike.org register the bike, we find their bike and make sure they make a run report. >> bike they thieves a problemn philadelphia, too. passengers vaping device is being blamed for a fire at denver international airport. the device ignited inside an x-ray machine. it sent hundreds of passengers and tsa agents running.
saturday! sky6 live hd taking a live look at spring mountain right now as they get the slopes ready there. 6:51 a.m., 44 degrees. alex trebek is trading in one podium for another one. he has been invited to moderate the gubernatorial debate in october. this could be a step toward another goal he has in the past he said he would love to moderate a presidential debate. >> three new films hit theaters this weekend including a intense science fiction murder film and a party gone horribly awry here's david daniel with a preview. >> we're taking game night up a notch. >> reporter: game night has a
shot at a silver medal. about a couple whose regular game night with friends turns into something dangerous an real. it going ranges from 12 million to $17 million. it was his decision to go in, something they termed shimmer. sci-fi flick stars natalie portman. known as the shimmer, it could debut with $10 million or more. >> >> reporter: teenage girls and young women are the target audience for everyday based on a best selling young adult novel and gary rice plays a 16-year-old girl who falls in love with a spirit who wakes up in a different teen body each day. in hollywood, i'm david daniels.
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pleasant good morning to you, 6:56 a.m., saturday morning, 44 degrees, city hall camera looking at the masonic temple. meteorologist chris sowers says as you plan your weekend you need to prepare for the rain. lucky charms are known for being magically delicious. now your cereal will contain unicorns. screnl mills said the -- general mills said the marshmallow was inspired by kids it will replace the hour glass marshmallow. do you eat them first or save them for last?
i save mine for last. >> in this week's "fyi philly" jeanette reyes talks with an entrepreneur who created a solution. >> reporter: this is a success box that's packed with tools that hepatitis you stay on track. this is mountain airy native and drexel grad jinellapayne. she created the success box, it's a system that helps people to develop good habits for achieving personal goals. it will help them have their pencil coach at their finger tips that can walk them through what to do next. >> reporter: the centerpiece of the process is the planner. you will set and achieve a 90-day goal. it will take you through the day-to-day process what to focus
on. the success box has tools you can use in the never-ending daily grind. >> it's important to make sure the thing you want to accomplish are at the top of your to-do list. >> reporter: for "fyi philly" i'm jeanette reyes. >> you can see "fyi philly" tonight on 6abc beginning at 7:00 p.m. >> time 6:58. still to come on "action news," a hollywood film is so popular in kenya, theaters are canceling other movessies just to -- movies just to show it. >> a community in pennsylvania took steps to capture an illusive emu. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, take the umbrella wherever you go, "action news" continues after this.
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