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7:00 a.m. on this sunday, october 4. eva pilgrim is off, alicia vitarelli joins us. another case of deja vu, flooding remains a party at the jersey shore with more concerns this afternoon. >> you hear it there, the winds howling in parts of the area. the gusts and the big surf are carving holes in our beaches. it was a wet, chilly night for some folks. >> chris sowers is off, too, let's go outside to meteorologist david murphy for the latest in accuweather. >> reporter: good morning, this is a historic morning it is the first time in the cool weather season i put the fleece on. it's a good morning for jackets. satellite showing cloud cover around this evening. generally speaking we're going at a cloudy start an cloudy finish. we have a coastal flood warning one more day until 6:00. ocean high tides are between 1 and #3:00 p.m.
no major flooding today, but moderate, you have to be careful. notice how the advisory goes until midnight up around the tidal areas of the delaware bay because the high tides around the river occur later. 56 degrees in philadelphia. 51 in allentown. 50 in reading. 52 in trenton. a little better, 58 in sea isle. breezes out of the northeast today. right now we have gusts in the 30s along the shore, but not so bad in philadelphia. we're down to 25-mile an hour gusts there and in the teens in allentown, breezy and cool nonetheless. we roll through the day, better than yesterday, in the 60s, but a day for coats. 59 degrees by noon. we spend the majority of the afternoon in the low 60s with a high of 63 around 3:00 p.m. better temperatures in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. nydia and alicia i'll check that coming up. >> thank you. the action cam was roaming
the jersey shore look he the latest round of flooding. this was the scene at harvard and ventnor -- edge wood avenue in ventnor. >> new video came in from west atlantic city. flooding forced police to close the
black horse there and pleasantville at franklin boulevard. the. >> the wind and rain left it's mark on the jersey shore. it was bad in spots, but it could be worse if hurricane joaquin made a run at the beaches. annie mccormick continues our coverage from ocean city. >> reporter: for the most part people in ocean city say that this storm has not been that bad. however, right now the concern is not the rain, it's actually the wind. we're between two buildings right now, you step out here on the boardwalk, you can see a major difference in the gust. take a look at the lamp post. it is shaking in the winds. the dunes look like they are
swaying. out on the boardwalk, it literally takes your breath away. winds battered the ocean city boardwalk forcing people to bundle up and at times walk back wards. and in the
ocean, wind whipped sands hit the signs. after several days of storm the sand has formed a shelf. on west avenue no wake zone warnings apply. >> it's crazy. >> reporter: wallace's hard way saw a frenzy of people. >> we pulled out sandbags three days ago, they were spannicking a little bit. they are tieing up docks, bay side got hit pretty bad. >> reporter: ocean city firefighters were prepared with jet skis and water rescue equipment. the deputy chief feels they got a break with the storm. >> weed high tide come in and
we were luck lucky it didn't go into the housing that we have. >> reporter: roads became impassable from absecon to atlantic city to the wildwoods. in wildwood, the winds caused bricks and concrete to fall from this senior home. back in ocean city, winds and sand caused people 30 huddle together. >> we have one more high tide. we have our storm trucks, business for usual for us, we'll be prepared. hopefully it will lessen up as other storms have and we'll come through without any major issues. >> reporter: you can feel the seaspray overhear. over here, the concern is whether the high tide will add
to already flooded streets. annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> we invite you to stay with storm tracker 6 live/weather with up to the minute details on the approaching storms. >> in charleston, south carolina the downtown area is shut down because of an epic rainfall. take a look at the video, ten to 20 inches of rain killed five people and flooded homes and left streets i am -- impassable. president obama issued a state of emergency in south carolina and sending in federal help. a curfew has been posted because that rain keeps coming down. the win threatening to take down trees and power lines, as well. >> i'm trying to make it to the hospital i'm a fellow at the hospital, i just live one block that way, but i tried coming this way, but the water was above my waist, so i couldn't do it. >> everything downtown is flooded. every street down there is
closed. >> and you can see why the carolinas took the most severe hit from the storm. it linked up with tropical moisture from hurricane joaquin creating a very tremendous situation there. the search resuming this morning, as well for the huge ship that vanished in the furry of hurricane joaquin. 33 people, 28 american are missing. so far the only sign of the ship is a life ring that was found the u.s. coast guard and navy. the ship lost communication and began taking on water just off the southeastern bahamas. the life ring was spotted 70 miles from the the ship's last known position traveling from florida to puerto rico. bermuda is bracing for hurricane joaquin packing category four storm winds. this is the storm barreling through the bahamas. people there are cleaning up. hurricane joaquin may strike
bermuda this morning. "g.m.a." is standing by for more coverage of hurricane joaquin and the east coast storm that's coming up after "action news." the. >> developing overnight, police in delaware looking for a hit-and-run driver. a man was left to nearly die in the street. he was struck just before 10:30 at jackson and maryland avenues in wilmington. the victim was rushed to christiana hospital in critical condition. police are working to learn more about the driver and the vehicle that flood the scene. police k-9 hunting for a robbery suspect at a philadelphia hotel overnight. the suspect ran into a society hill sheraton after robbing someone on the street a block away. an off duty metro camden county police officer found a discarded magazine from the gunman's gun. former philadelphia naacp
president jerry mondesire is hospitalized in critical condition. jefferson has not given us any further information about his diagnosis. else 65 years old. he served always the head of the branch of the naacp from 1996 until 2014. >> we're learning details about the mass shooting of the oregon college. christopher harper mercer shot a classmate even after saying he would spare her life if she begged for it. harper mercer spared one student he called the lucky one giving them an envelope to deliver to authorities. now the official who disclosed the existence of the man --man test --man fest tow did not rereal reveal the consents of
the envelope. >> the father of the shooter believes the gun laws should change. i said he had a harmonious relationship with his son and had no idea his son had guns. >> i never held a gun in my life, i don't want to, i know there are people that do, you have to ask that question, how was he able to compound that kind of arsenal. >> harper mercer killed 9 people and wounded 9 others at umpqua community college before taking his own life. the victims ranged in age from 18 to 67. >> tomorrow is the deadline to register to vote in pennsylvania's general election. residents can register online for the first time. we'll tweet out that link for you. they can register in mail and in person at many state and county offices, election day coming up november 3. >> a 14-year-old boy is
arrested and accused of a dozen armed robberies in the drexel university area. >> the eagles held to washington for the nfc east showdown against the redskins. hear from quarterback sam bradford. >> reporter: we'll get into the 60s that's below average, it will be windy and cool. i'll be back with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast and let you see some better numbers just around the corner.
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degrees. you'll need a jacket if you're heading outside. >> we will need for two presidents today. >> reporter: bundle you mean along the parade routes. it will be dry, though and that's what we have on radar for you. as we look outside, we have sky6 live hd down the shore, down the shore, things gradually improving, but we still have coastal flooding issues.it's wiu head 0 out on a sunday. 56 degrees. as we move toward noon there's the possibility of a few breaks in the clouds. most of the region is looking cloudy. there could spotty sprinkles and showers the best chance closer to the coast. i think in most cases you'll find today is cool, cloudy and windy, but predominantly dry. 58 degrees by 8:00 a.m. 57 by 11:00.
we stopped at 57 for the high. up to 63 for the high around 3:00 p.m. maybe sunny breaks later in the day especially up north. if you're heading to dover, maybe you're already there, breezy and cloudy today for the final day of race weekend. cool, 66 degrees by 1:00. 65 by 4:00. in between we'll hit 67 at some point. hopefully dry, looks like there's a good chance of that. 63 is the high in philadelphia. 62 in allentown. 61 in reading. we'll get into the 60s in trenton and wilmington, as well. 65 in millville. down the shore, mid 60s and a spotty shower possible especially in the southern half of the region. down the shore we have blustery winds gusting between 25 and 35 miles per hour maybe up to 40 in a couple of spots. today we're looking at moderate coastal flooding, high tide between 1 and 3:00 p.m. up and down the coast today. the major flooding we have been
seeing may not repeat, but moderate is still bad, so you have to use caution in the areas that tend to flood over the last couple of days. there could additional beach erosion, as well, but that probably will not be as pronounced as the last couple of days. most of the showers are off the coast, as we get up to 6:00 we'll see sunny breaks return to the picture tomorrow. hurricane joaquin away from the bahama also now affecting -- bahamas now affecting bermuda, bermuda will be on the east side of that track where the strongest winds are. bermuda getting battered today and tonight. 63 degrees, cloudy and breezy today. a little bit better than yesterday. phillies final game of the year,
fan appreciation day. sun and breezy on monday, 66. tuesday, 72 degrees things get better partly sunny, nice, wednesday a gorgeous autumn afternoon, a little above average with the temperatures, 74. thursday, partly sunny, 70. friday we see more clouds, high of 71. friday night there will be a period of rain moving through with the approaching front. it looks as they that rain will be -- as though that rain will be gone in time for saturday. it could linger, but the late word on the model it's drying out for saturday and sunday, as well. >> mother nature cooperating for the puerto rican day parade and the pulaski day parade. that's what we were looking for. new this morning, a dozen people were hurt when a new york city transit bus crashed into a home in queens last night. it happened after a bus collided with a car. the first collision caused the
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>> reporter: good morning, everyone, on the big board we have cool morning temperatures a little better than yesterday most of us them in the low 50s, quakertown and coatsville upper 40s. 5 in center city. down through south jersey, mid 50s in hammonton, buena. 60 on the boardwalk in atlantic city. upper 50s to low 50s up and down the state of delaware. if you're camping the bus to go to work or go to the ballpark. 54 degrees by 9:00 a.m. 59 by noon. the high 63 a little better than yesterday, when we were stuck in the 50s, it will be windy, winds running 12 to 20 miles per hour. that's better than yesterday. down the at the airport, all green aircraft with the exception of newark, new jersey,
where they are running an hour or so behind schedule. if you're running through newark or have someone coming in check with the airline to make sure the flight is okay. >> hundreds ever exhibits are in millville new jersey for the festival of fine crafts. it continues at wheaton arts on glass town road. there's something for everyone. >> sports, the phillies lose twice, but win something very important, the eagles get on the train heading south to take on washington. here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: since chip kelly took over the eagles have been one of the best offenses in football until now. sam bradford running the show, they have been one of the worst, will that change in washington. chip kelly and the eagles look to return from washington, d.c. later tonight with a win, a void that 1-3 start. will they be all aboard the
demarco murray train? he has a game time decision coming back from the hamstring. his buddy brad ford could use all the help he can get. >> i think it's a small correction here or there, once we get in the rhythm and in sy sync -- >> reporter: this is not the kind of october baseball you have in mind. the phillies trying to avoid the 100th game in the regular season game. if they lose, it will be first time since 1961 since they lost 100. game one, double header against the marlins, ugly. they below -- below -- blow it. carlyly lord playing with the
phillies. high five, phils looks like game 2, 5-2. that is loss number 99. they have not lost 100 in 54 years. they have the number one pick in the draft next year. >> since losing to temple, penn state football is on a run, they won four straight including yesterday against army. penn state fans forming a tank to show their respects to the army. hackenebrg goes air they predict it's going to be a blowout. james franklin what do you think about that? >> i lost $20 in atlantic city
when i was like, i don't know 24 years old after college, i almost through up, that was the last time i will gambled, i couldn't tell you anything about it. i'm worried about our guys going to school get an education and make great choices in the community and find a way to win games. >> he only lost $20? that's it? nascar in dover later today. i'm jeff skeverski have a good day. >> we have more "action news" just ahead. >> we have our eyen on the weather, taking live look cape may, new jersey, the issue high tide should start around 1:00 p.m. meteorologist dave dairve will will -- david murphy will breakdown the full accuweather forecast, maybe some updwraidz coming later this week. glrm welcome back.
>> eva pilgrim and chris sowers are off, alicia vitarelli and david murphy join us on this sunday morning. david you have the latest from accuweather. >> reporter: the latest is it's chilly and windy from accuweather. we have cloud cover across the region. it's later in the day sun breaks through here, but generally
speaking up north. we'll be cooler an cloudy. we're looking at moderate flooding today. the last major flooding we saw the last four or five high tides. high tides are generally around 1 to 3:00 p.m. the advisory goes until midnight in tidal portions of the delaware river and the upper bays. temperatures are chilly. 51 in allentown. 58 in sea isle city. a few degrees warmer than yesterday, but still jacket weather. we have windy gusts well over 30 miles per hour. not as bad inland in philadelphia and allentown. it won't be as breezy as yesterday. 54 degrees by 9:00 a.m. 59 degrees by noon. we'll inch the number up a bit.
yesterday we were stuck in the 50s, yesterday we were 57 degrees, we'll be at 6 approximate degrees by 3:00 p.m. better conditions coming up in the next couple of days in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, i'll run that down for you coming up. nydia and alicia. >> there are reports of flooding across the jersey shore. some streets are impassable from atlantic city to the wildwoods. the wind and rain caused bricks and concrete to fall from a senior home in wildwood yesterday. ocean city firefighters say they were prepared for what the storm would bring, but feel that we got a break this time. >> we got lucky it didn't go into some of the houses that we have. >> reporter: the winds were so strong, people had a hard time walking on the boardwalk. beach erosion is a major concern. you can see where the sand has
formed a shelf in ocean city. >> at the big board we have a picture that you have to see to believe. the owner of a local landmark in cape may county is vowing to rebuild after his home was swept into the bay. the vacant home on grassy sound started to fail yesterday, and it was swept into turtle creek. >> the currents was so strong and the storm surge i looked at the timbers, 60 feet long broken like tooth picks. >> reporter: there's concern that the wreckage could break apart during high tide and become a hazard. the coast guard will decide whether to have it removed. >> reporter: developing this morning, a shootout at a north philadelphia rooming house left a man dead and another critically wounded. the action cam was on the scene on the 2200 block of north
29th street. two men burst into a room with guns drawn. a shootout ensued. one man was shot several times and is in critical condition. at this point there is no word on a motive. >> police in norristown, montgomery county are investigating a shooting. this one happened at 8:30 at the intersection of oak and green streets. police say a 17-year-old boy was shot in the stomach. he was rushed to penn presbyterian medical center for treement. there is no word -- for treatment. there is no word on his condition. police are looking for two men seen running away. gathering of bishops gets underway at the vatican. 279 bishops from 120 nations are on hand to discuss family issue. debate is expected to be fierce between hard liners who refused changes to church outreach toward gays and divorcees and
progressives. yesterday the vatican fired an for coming out. >> hillary clinton formally to up grade the records of the those charged under don't ask don't tell. >> i see the injustices and the dangers that you and your families still face i'm running for president to end them once and for all. [cheers and applause]. >> meantime, democratic rival bernie sanders made a stop in massachusetts. he talked about a number of income issues including income
inequality. >> now from the republican side, donald trump is weighing in on the mass shooting at the oregon community college. he suggested the idea of arming teachers. on thursday a gunman shot and killed 9 people and injured 9 others when he opened fire on the campus of umpqua community college, one of the victims a professor there. the campus was a gun-free zone and thought things could have turned out differently had the teacher been armed. >> every time they deponent blame mental illness that the mental healthcare is out of whack and all the other problems. >> he promised to hold up gun rights. fell gop presidential candidate chris christie will face the questions this morning on this week at 10:30 on 6abc. >> a 14-year-old has been arrested for at least 15 armed robberies around drexel
university. police say all the robberies happened over just the past few months. vernon odem has the story from university city. >> reporter: we're no longer showing the face of the serial robber suspect because police discovered he is only 14 years. he's been on a big boy arm spree. 15 armed robberies in the drexel university area within 30 days. september 30th he pistol whipped a student who resisted. >> 6:00 a.m. she is walking from home and a male pulls up on a bike, give me your purse. she resists. he punches her in the face. she chases him and pushes him off the bike. he beats her with the gun. >> reporter: police released the surveillance video of the suspect cruising a credit card he strong armed. tip calls came in quickly. police locked him up overnight.
he is only 14 and goes to overbrook high. he's had two accomplices. >> as more students are moving into the residential communities and private housing. >> i am surprised someone so young can be doing something like that and so often. there was short timing in between. >> reporter: through social network the university noticed the student body. >> i'm from hong kong this is my first time to get a message from the school, so i'm kind of scared actually. so i will not go on the street alone at night. >> reporter: so you're okay now. >> yeah. i feel safer than before now that's arrested. >> reporter: the district attorney may prosecute the boy as a as an adult. police continue to track down his two alleged co-hotters.
i'm vernon odem channel 6 "action news" on drexel university campus. other news, hope solo, the star goalkeeper of the u.s. women's national team will face domestic violence charges. solo is accused of beating up her nephew and half sister last year. no trial date has been set. some fitness fanatics from wilmington came together to honor two teenagers who remain hospitalized after they got sick in the virgin islands. they used to go to the river front gym. the boys and their parents, as you see here, also attending this event, by the way were composed to poisonous pesticides while on vacation back in march. all benefits will go to the hospital where their children are being treated.
>> 7:38 much more to come on "action news" sunday. >> the phillies pops are holding a birthday bash for the late frank sinatra. it's a concert honoring a milestone for old blue eyes. >> looking live at the benjamin franklin parkway, you can see the flags whipping in the winds. meteorologist david murphy has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. we have our eye on the jersey shore where there are more flooding concerns this afternoon. high tide between 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. this afternoon. we'll be right back. staci, you have got to get down here.
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7:42, 53 degrees, sky6 live hd taking a live look there at atlantic city. beach erosion is a concern, looks like a shelf right there, david. >> reporter: beach erosion is an issue today and coastal flooding at times of high tide this afternoon, but things are gradually getting better. storm tracker 6 live double scan we're looking at a lack of precipitation. as we look outside we're looking at temple university on the temple university sky6 live sky. liacouras center. 56 in philadelphia. 52 in trenton. 51 in allentown. 58 in cape may. i would be remiss in repeating
the fact that my temple owls are 4-0 and get ranked in the top 25 this weekend we'll see what happens. between now and noon we have cloud cover. as we go through the day there's a chance of sunny breaks the farther north you go through the region. in general we'll it will be a cloudy day. best chance of showers is south of philadelphia. frankly i think most of you will enjoy a dry day, although it will be breezy and chilly. 62 degrees in allentown. a little better than yesterday, but breezy and cool. down the shore, a cool day high of 65. that's better than yesterday. it will be breezy along the coast again. coastal flooding is a possibility. as we take a look at the issues at the shore, winds not gusting as strong, 25 to 35 miles per hour, maybe up to 40. we're looking at moderate
coastal flooding versus major flooding, moderate coastal flooding is nothing to sneeze at, take all the precautions, move your cars and don't walk or drive through any flooded areas. high tide this afternoon and there could additional beach erosion because of the onshore flow. 63 degrees, that's 6 degrees better than yesterday. cloudy for the most part, breezy and while we have to allow for a spotty shower, i do thing we're basically looking dry. winds out of the northeast at 15 to 25 miles per hour. as we look at where numbers are going today we'll get into the 60s, it will be the low 60s with the high of 63 at 3:00 p.m. still windy, too. if you're heading to the final phillies game of the season, fan appreciation day this afternoon at 3:05. a different start time than what we usually have on sunday. cloudy and breezy, 63 degrees in the first pitch.
61 in the 9th inning. when i head down i'll have several layers and bring a fleece and bundle up a little bit. tomorrow, a cloudy start, but lunchtime and beyond we'll see sunny breaks, the shore might stay on the cloudy side. there's a sprinkle down the shore, but mainly dry. hurricane joaquin has pushed away from the bahamas and it is affecting bermuda passing by as a category 3 later today and tonight. it's passing on the wrong side of bermuda. the strongest winds are on the right side of the storm track. strong winds and heavy rain not a good day or night in bermuda. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, cloudy and breezy, 63. mainly dry, a slight chance of a spotty shower. sun tomorrow, breezy, 66. after that, improving, 72 on tuesday, partly sunny and nice.
beautiful day on wednesday, high of 74. what a gorgeous autumn afternoon that will be. partly sunny skies on thursday 70 degrees. friday, clouds and rain 71 degrees, and looks like it will be gone on saturday. >> we're glad today is dry today because we have the puerto rican day parade kicking off at 10:00. pulaski day at noon. the parades was moved to this weekend because of pope francis. there's a change in the route it will begin at 16th and the benjamin franklin parkway. walter perez will co-host with diego castellanos. you can see the parade at noon on 6abc and afterwards alicia hosts the pulaski day parade. you can watch it from 1:30 to 3:00 p.m. we were worried about the forecast, but mother nature cleared it up perfectly, two
and our jobs, and ruin our economy. will pauls and chris brown. when the chips are down, we can't trust them to stand up against north jersey casinos. >> the philly pops are celebrating one of the country's most talented musicians and they will be doing it there way celebrating a legendary performer. karen rogers has arts -- 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: it's called sinatra. >> it's the 100th anniversary of the big board of frank sinatra. we'll hear his greatest hits, all the songs closely associated with him. >> reporter: the show is so popular, the philly pops have added a fourth show for the
first time in more than a decade. >> philadelphia shows our love and excitement for the music of frank is sinatra. they will be performing the timeless hits accompanied by michael andrew. >> he is a talented singer and delivers a genuine authentic performance of his music. >> this is like a boy hood dream for me. when i saw frank sinatra on television as a kid i was mez moorized by his style and the wonderful style and that swinging cool style of frank not extra was the ultimate to me. >> reporter: the music will bring audiences back in time to the sinatra era. >> there's something for everybody. everybody will hear that body of work with a fabulous orchestra.
>> reporter: sinatra's centennial celebration opens october 9th and runs through the 11th go to the arts in philly.org or visit 6abc.com/6abc loves the arts, for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers. a massachusetts boy passed a test of character with flying colors, he found $8,000 and turned it into police. >> i ran up the slide and there was like this black checkbook when i opened it up and i saw $8,000 in it. >> i would like to hear him count to 8,000. the man had the money in his pocket while he was playing with his kids in the park. to thank aidan he gave him $100.
>> we love this story. arizona state university sore sorority sisters who were mocked criticized for taking selfies at an arizona diamondback game. video announcerses were talking about their endless selfies, the diamondbacks offered members of the sorority tbree tickets to the up coming game. they donated the tickets to a nonprofit organization for domestic abuse. october is a domestic violence month. they did turn it into a positive, they were probably the highlight of that game. everybody looking at the girls taking selfies, we'll be right back.
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david. >> reporter: he want to remind everyone if you're down the shore or the tidal portion of the delaware river there are coastal flood warnings in effect. after 6:00 p.m., it expires after the high tides are over, but the upper delaware river it will be later this evening. bundle up if you're heading outside, this afternoon high of 63, better than yesterday, but below the average high of 71. >> it's 7:55 we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> reporter: cat -- catastrophic
flooding in south carolina. record rainfall smashed more on the way. new video from the man who saved lives during the horrific school shooting in oregon. what chris mintz is saying from his hospital game. we're learning more about the gunman and the student he singled out and why. a former escort putting out a tell-all book claiming she was paid by an ex-staffer to have sex with players and recruits at louisville. more on the bombshell allegations, we'll see you soon. "good morning america" is next. "action news" continues later this morning. >> here's some of the stories we're working on, roads closed at the jersey shore, we're live with more on the flooding roads
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good morning, america. happening right now -- catastrophic flooding. relentless rains. smashing records. south carolina the hardest hit. >> and the water was up above my waist. >> rescuers and residents boating through the streets. neighborhoods submerged. there's more rain on the way. our rob marciano right there in the thick of it. the new hillary clinton? >> i wish you could be president. >> me, too. >> her "snl" appearance showing off her funny side. is this the new strategy? will it work with voters? basketball sex scandal. allegations rocking the prestigious program at the university of louisville. >> it almost got me sick to my stomach. >> were escorts hired to have sex with top recruits? what the university is saying this morning. a no-hitter for the second time.
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