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a pleasant good morning to you, it is 6:00 a.m. on this saturday, april 23. here's some of the stories we're following for you right now on "action news," a south jersey family is frantically searching for a beloved pet after a fire forces them out of their home overnight. plus an suv slammed into the side of a home overnight causing substantial damage. we'll update you. raining skies, it will clear occupy. we're tracking showers that moved through the area overnight. chris sowers will help you plan your day with the accuweather forecast. a little rain. actually it's good. >> reporter: yeah, we needed a little rain, it's nine or ten days since rainfall. it will wash the pollen away.
my car was actually it's a black car, but it had a green tint to it when i came out of work. the pollen levels increase as we head into sunday and monday with the clear skies returning. in the meantime, looking at the camden waterfront. hazing out there this morning. showers in philadelphia as we flip over to double scan live. the last batch is working out to sea. the next batch is pushing through the far western suburbs. everybody west of pottstown is seeing showers. the upper level low is spinning back to the west. it's along the mason dixon line southeast of pittsburgh. once it pulls through, the skies will brighten up west to east later this afternoon, as some of the showers begin to pull through over the next few hours.
temperature-wise it's a mild morning. 62 in philadelphia. allentown, 62. and millville, 61. so forecast for today, if you have those outdoor plans, hopefully they are during the afternoon, it will be a little damp this morning. lots of clouds through late morning, a couple of showers, 69 degrees by 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m., the return of sunshine and temperatures in the low 70s. gray? okay, chris, thank you so much for the update. time 6:02. the delaware valley is once again in the spotlight as the candidates vying for the white house come to the area to gain voters report. democratic hopeful, bernie sanders will hold a rally on the wilmington waterfront, yesterday, matt o'donnell had a chance to talk to him one on one. >> reporter: bernie sanders waded into philadelphia politics during and after a discussion in west philadelphia. he called mayor kenny's proposed soda tax regressive and unfair to the poor, but lauded the
mayor to expand prek -- pre-k. who she would pay. we are going to raise taxes on the 1%. >> reporter: winning pennsylvania will be a tall task for bernie sanders. hillary clinton won it back in 2008. and her husband won it twice on the way to the white house. why is bernie sanders campaigning in pennsylvania? bernie sanders has won 17 states in the election for the democratic nomination. we came from 16 points behind. >> reporter: most everyone had predicted hillary clinton would steam roll her way to the democratic national convention in philadelphia this summer. sanders has stood in her way time and time again. clinton herself compared his
candidacy to hers in 2008 when she stepped aside and supported barack obama. that's not going to happen. i'm in the race until the end. i think it is good for the democratic party that we have this vigorous debate. i look around me and i see a political revolution taking place. >> reporter: beating the secretary of state where she has done so well would shock political observers across the countries, just just like they need shocked so many times in the 2016 presidential race. matt o'donnell channel 6 "action news." >> reporter: hillary clinton will be campaigning in jenkintown. she vowed paid family leave if elected president and addressed gun control. we can have common sons gun safety measures consistent with
the second amendment. everything i have said about the comprehensive background check a big majority of american support and big majority of gun owners support. clinton held a campaign rally in scranton last night. the remaining candidates for republican nomination will be campaigning for votes. donald trump will be in connecticut later today following a campaign stump in harrington yesterday. both states are holding primary tuesday. ted cruz will be in pirts burger -- pittsburg to drum up a rally for support there. johnjohn kasich was in the area yesterday. tuesday is primary day in pennsylvania and delaware. polls are open in both states from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. get out and vote and join us for election results on "action news" and 6abc.com. your time 6:05 if you're just waking up. new this morning, fire forced a
family from their home in waterford township, camden county. the search is on for the family's two dogs on hillside avenue. the fire started at 2:30. the cause is under investigation. new information to tell you about an suv took a chunk of a home at the jersey shore, the suv flipped over after striking the corner of a home on schoolhouse road in egg harbor township. the driver got out with minor injuries. the people who live in the home they are okay. police are talking to the driver and trying to figure out what caused a wreck. a community is struggling with the senseless death of amy joyner. the 16-year-old died after being assaulted in the bathroom at the school. police are questioning multiple
people, but no arrests have been made in the case. those who knew her are asking why this happened. my baby is gone and it hurts me to the core because i never expected that i have to be up saying rest in peace to one of my friends. this was not a young lady who was involved in street activity. this was the honor roll student manager of the wrestling team her mother and father were involved in her life. heartbreaking story. funeral arrangements are pending for the 16-year-old student. a state trooper who helped to guard governor tom wolf stands accused of beating his life. he beat his wife and threatened to kill her after a night of drinking. jordon is suspended without pay while the investigation continues. thick black smoke filled the air as firefighters battled
a fire in reading. the took two hours to bring the fire under control. smoke could be seen from miles. everyone was able to make it out of the buildings safely. police in camden arrested a man in connection with a suspicious fire that sent 6 people to the hospital. including four children. the two story row home went up in flames early yesterday morning on the 800 block of haddon avenue. police say the suspect was a ten antiwho was in the process of being evicted. everyone is expected to be okay. 6:08. a portion of broad street in center city is closed off, but you may enjoy the shut down. the philadelphia international festival of the arts is taking over broad street from chestnut to south streets and that means traffic will be detoured to 13th and 15th streets. breakdown of the event should be complete by early tomorrow morning. there's much more to come on "action news" saturday morning, showing his hand, bird fans got
up close and personal with the eagles new coach doug peterson. look at this, that's something you don't see everyday, a big tanker truck swallowed up by a hole in a parking garage. >> reporter: this is something you don't see around the delaware valley. rain for some of us, we're seeing downpours west of philadelphia. i'll let you know when it clears and you'll see the return of sunshine in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
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so glad you stayed with us, you have to look at this, a parking garage swallowed a tanker truck in houston, texas. the truck was there to pump water after recent flooding. the truck was too heavy for the upper level to support it. good news everybody is okay, and the truck was removed. we're learning information about the flooding in texas. $14 million in damages, early estimate most of it happening around houston, texas. that figure will rise once the damage in houston itself is factored. 17 homes had damage there. unfortunately, 8 people died. the flooding is receding, soil heavy in clay makes the houston area vulnerable to flooding, because it does not be a so she the water. tough time for the folks in houston, texas. we have rain here, same system? >> reporter: no, two separate
systems. talk about being in a miserable location. southeastern texas has seen flooding like that in the last three months. we have a different game in the delaware and lehigh valley. we have not seen rain in nine or ten days. we are picking up showers around parts of the area this morning. this is an upper level low a separate system swings through. it will trigger showers over the next few hours after the sun returns this afternoon. there's a live look at the commodor barry bridge. for now, all is quiet over the immediate philadelphia area. double scan lives live shows the next round of rain pushing through the far western suburbs, places like potstown and reading and honeybrook there's a steadier downpour, south of lancaster there's downpours, as well. the next batch of moisture should push to the east at 20 to
30 miles per hour eventually clearing the coast let's say by midday, most of that is out to sea. jersey shore it's going to be a gray day. it's going to be tough to shake the clouds. everybody west of philadelphia you'll see a little bit of sunshine later on. 73 degrees is the high temperature we're shooting for today. the low temperature is the present temperature reading of 62. it's a mild morning out there, reading up to 60. allentown, 62. wilmington, same number, dover, 63. millville, 61. trenton checking in at 61 degrees. here's satellite and radar, upper level low spinning south of pittsburgh. once that pulls through it will take the leftover showers and remaining cloud cover out to sea. you can see how the skies begin to clear across the northern portion of the great lake states. as we go wider there's the sunday right there. high pressure glides on in. sunday looks really, really nice, ton of bright blue and temperatures climbing into the upper 60s, low 70s.
future tracker 6 this is one of our high resolution forecast models at 6abc. you can see at 10:00 a.m. it's showing showers across the i-95 corridor and heavier stuff along south jersey, shorepoints, cape may to avalon and sea isle city. 1:00 p.m., it's cloudy across south jersey and delaware. skies brightening up north and west. that will be the trend throughout the late afternoon hours into the evening. overnight tonight, everybody clears out, and the temperatures drop off. rainfall totals not impressive, generally speaking it's on the light side between a tenth and a quarter of an inch. lehigh valley, morning showers, giving way to sunshine by afternoon. 70 degrees is the forecasted high in bethlehem, allentown. jersey shore, you're stuck in the muck. cloudy skies, 64 degrees is the forecasted high. maybe a leftover shower during the first part of the afternoon.
most of the activity is during the morning. city of philadelphia, morning showers, the return of sunshine later on. 73 is the forecasted high. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 70 degrees mostly sunny and pleasant for sunday, so the second half of the weekend looks much better than that first, not that today will be all that bad. definitely better tomorrow. monday, very warm, 80 degrees, tuesday, cloudy shower around, warm and sticky, high of 79. wednesday, mostly sunny skies, high of 72. thursday, clouds return, a couple of showers and 68. and then we get into friday, morning shower is possible, turns warm again and highs close to 80 once again. one thing we are noticing there are no more chilly rounds from old man winter. he is gone. he is gone. >> reporter: he is back up north. stay there. 6:16, 8 day festival of passover started last night. the action cam was in the beth
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everyone, 6:23 saturday morning, satellite showing the showers across the eastern seaboard which we desperately need. we've seen nine or ten straight days of dry conditions. area of low pressure swinging through the mid atlantic states. always the clears the coast it will take the rain along with it. high pressure slides in sunday. sunday is a nice looking day. you can see the clear skies from the heartland of the nation from the northern great lake states along the gulf coast. that will slide east over the next 24, 48 hours. it will bring nice weather to the delaware valley tomorrow and monday. most of new jersey is clear, a couple of showers across northern ocean county. the neck batch is pushing through the far western suburbs in lancaster and allentown. this will get in the city in the next hour or two. forecast today, mainly cloudy early for the city of philadelphia. some sunshine late. 73 degrees, that could be a morning shower.
the closer you are to the jersey shore, expect to see more in the way of clouds and showers lingering longer. 64 degrees along the coast. thank you for the update. 6:25. the flyers have a playoff spot and the phillies open here. >> reporter: good morning we have a series between the flyers and the caps. it's a hole the flyers have climbed out of. michael north berth. be back in the game. ryan white cleans up the mess. a puck goes off a capital players skate. it's 1-0 flyers. nor makes 44 saves in all.
the flyers win 2-zip. suddenly they are down 3-2. they force a game 6 coming up tomorrow at noon at the wells fargo center. that was the best game of the series, they came at us pretty hard. >> reporter: how does it feel to be sending it back to philadelphia for game sake. feels good, it's a team game, every guy stepped up. we need to be at our best. it's a big win for us. the flyers are looking good, so are the phillies they hit the road in milwaukee. they sent aaron nola to the found. chris carter, singles in a run. 1-0 brewers. that's the only run nola would
give up in seven innings. franco, a towering home run, a two-run shot. nola gets the win, so do the phils, 5-2. the union are home to new york, today you can catch the match on 6abc. coverage begins at 3:30 this afternoon. that's a look at sports this morning, i'm ducis rogers you have yourself a terrific weekend. some eagles fans met the new coach while helping a worthy cause, coach peterson sat down for a game of cards in conshohocken. the event raised money for limb foam ma -- lymphoma society. brian westbrook was on hand and current eagles players were also there.
are slashed on more than a dozen vehicles, philadelphia police have a person in custody, the details straight ahead. young friends gathered to honor a delaware teenager killed in a fight at her high school this week. plus a clearing sky, the rain will soon move out of the delaware valley. so glad you're waking up with us, meteorologist chris sowers is here to help you plan your day with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. i was going to wash the car, don't need to, the rain will do it right? >> reporter: the rain will take care of it. later this afternoon we'll get sunshine. you'll get a free car wash this morning thanks to mother nature. a couple of showers pushing through the western endurance as i speak. the view from center city, we're not seeing any rain just yet. that's a view of the platt bridge. give it another hour sore, the shower activity will make -- hour or so. shower activity will make it way
into the city. 66 in philadelphia. warrington, 60. center city, 62. glassboro, 66. cinnaminson, 61. same number for gandys beach, woodbine, hammonton and browns mill and ewing. in dover, 61 in smyrna, 61 degrees. the showers approaching from the west, as the upper level low hits the coast it will take the batch of moisture east along with it. few you're not seeing rain in south jersey and delaware as of yet. you'll see it in the neck coupl- next a couple of hours. morning showers the return of sunshine by afternoon, it's cloudy and damp through lunchtime, 1:00 p.m., 69. still a couple of leftover showers, 3:00 p.m., 70 degrees,
5:00 p.m., 71. gray? thank you so much for the update. there's no easy way to recover from the senseless death of a child, but that's the struggle of a community in wilmington, delaware where 16-year-old girl was beaten to death inside her school. "action news" reporter, dann cuellar talked to young people who handle their friend in a vigil. >> reporter: police having questioning multiple people in connection with the case, but so far no one has been arrested and charged. the case continues to bring grief among her friends and classmates. there continues to be unbelievable grief among students at the howard high school of technology. my baby is gone and it hurts me to the core, because i neverred expect that i have to be up here saying rest in peace to one of my friends. >> reporter: a close friend joined 100 others outside the school for 16-year-old amy joyner frances who died after
being assaulted by two other students in the bathroom. the fatal assault the first in decades shocked many here and around the world. this will wake delaware up, wilmington up, howard up, i don't know what will. >> reporter: council whim sherry doors -- council woman sherry dorsey walker was the spokesperson for the family. this was not a street person, she was an honor roll student. she was a lover not a fighter. >> reporter: her friends released 16 blue balloons her favorite color to float away in the warm spring air in her memory. one, two, three, amy. >> reporter: details on the medical examiner's findings on a
cause and manner of death have not been released. police say it's an on going investigation. meanwhile, funeral arrangements for amy joyner frances are pending. at wilmington police headquarters, dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." 6:34. new information from overnight. police say they caught a tire slashers at the scene of the alleged destructive crime spree. the slashed 16 cars. officers found the person next to parked cars with the knife next to him. he was taken into custody and awaits charges. schuylkill expressway expressway was shut down overnight. a car caught fire in the westbound lanes near montgomery avenue. emergency vehicles had to access
the scene through eastbound lanes. police say the man wanted for shooting and killing five people in mument -- mument -- multiple locations has taken his own life in columbia i can't county. the shooter was -- columbia county. they were relatives of his wyche. police don't have a motive only saying the killings were domestic in nature. the search is on for a person in southern ohio who executed 8 members of one family. there are 6 different crime scenes, one woman was shot as she slept next to a four day old baby. the baby and two other very young children were spared. investigators believe the family was targeted. we are advising family
members to be very careful and take particular caution. the victims include seven adults and 16-year-old boy, dozens of people have been interviewed by police, so far no arrests. and we are now just three days away from the primaries in pennsylvania and delaware. the race for a president continues to focus on it is delaware valley yet another visit from one of the candidates in this year's contentious race for the oval office. bernie sanders is bringing his message to wilmington. he is holding a future to believe in rally at the chase center on the river front. doors open at 1:00 p.m., the event is free and open to the public. sanders spoke with our matt o'donnell while campaignerring in west philadelphia yesterday -- campaigning in west philadelphia yesterday. he called jim kenny's soda tax regressive and unfair to the poor. tax the people who are
wealthy in philadelphia. >> reporter: i'm not going to get into philadelphia politics, but as president of the united states we'll raise taxes on the 1%. sanders applauded the mayor for trying to expand pre-k. winning pennsylvania won't be easy for sanders. hillary clinton won the state back in 2008. sanders said he is in the race until the very end. the former secretary of state brought her campaign back to the area yesterday. clinton held a round table discussion for a group of woman at and wey. later she traveled to scranton for a rally there. republican frontrunner donald trump made a campaign stop in delaware yesterday. he'll rally at the delaware state fair grounds in harrowing harrowing -- harrington, thousands waited for hours to hear him talk.
he focused on jobs and military. we'll take the military and make it so strong and so good and hopefully we'll never have to use it. nobody will play with us. you look at what russia is doing. the latest polls shows trump has a strong lead among republicans. it's a winner take all primary state with 16 delegates up for grabs. ted cruz drummed up support at a rally in scranton before heading to allentown where he talked with voters at a restaurant. john kasich was in connecticut hosting a town hall meeting there. that followed two stops in the delaware valley on thursday. when the voters head to the poll on tuesday in pennsylvania, they will be casting ballots in the u.s. senate primary. all four candidates were here for the final debate. they hope to challenge pat toomey in the fall.
you can watch the senate debate tomorrow morning at 11:00 a.m. right here on 6abc. of course, stay with "action news" for complete primary election coverage on tuesday, we'll have representatives from the league of women voters here to answer any questions that you might have. you can call the number on the screen from 7:00 a.m. when polls open until the polls close at 8:00 p.m. flyers avoided playoff elimination again and they did it in an unbelievable way. in washington game 6 they let the goalie hanging out to dry. he stood tall stopping all 44 capital shots. the flyers had 11 shots all game, the fewest in the win in their 50 year history. 89 flyers win 2-0. the series 3-0 caps is now 3-2 caps. game 6 tomorrow at noon in south philadelphia. we'll hear from the flyers players ahead in sports. there's much more to come on
"action news," as a result -- saturday morning, queen sisters battle it out at the box office, whole reign supreme. we'll see what's in theaters weekend. we'll turn the calendar toward may, this can't happen, some people are dealing with snow this weekend. that can't happen. meteorologist chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, "action news" on saturday morning will continue after this break. across pennsylvania,
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with us. out west the sierra mountains are use to snow, but this round took the folks by surprise. drivers say it was more than expected. some didn't have chains on cars or trucks, making the commute tougher. one more snow story this spring. >> reporter: it's the sierras, let me have it. they have gone years and years without rain and snow, this is filling up the reservoirs. for us, we're talking 60s and 70s and annie even 80s. there's a live look at the jersey shore, the clouds will be slow to go, you might stay cloudy most of the time. where from the city and points north and west you'll pick up sunshine later this afternoon.
double scan live showing clear conditions in terms of falling precipitation in the city itself, as well as south jersey. showers approaching across the western suburbs. we'll zoom in there. if you're traveling along 322 you'll get wet in lincoln and harrisburg area. adams town and lancaster county seeing light rain. more showers north of pottstown getting ready to push into boyertown. it's pushing east rapidly 20 to 25 miles per hour. it should be in the city of philadelphia in the next hour or so. 62 in philadelphia. dewpoint, 59. the pressure reading starting to fall 29.78 inches because low pressure is approaching. once the low hits the coast, the pressure will start rising again it will set up a nice sunday. wind are light out of the southwest at 5 miles per hour. it's a a mild morning, 60 for everybody. a little bit cooler down the shore, 58 degrees in atlantic
city and cape may. lancaster, 56 in the poconos. low 60s for everybody else, there's a slight wind speed out of the southwest at 5 to 7 miles per hour. the wind will pick up a little bit later this afternoon as the low hits the coast, the winds speeds will increase ten to 15 miles per hour out of the north/northwest which will usher in cooler air. wait until you see how cold it gets overnight tonight especially across the northwestern suburbs. satellite and radar, upper level low pushing through. showers will re-intensify or redevelop over the next few hours, giving way to sunshine. sunday looks fantastic, another area of huge high pressure slides in, brings clear conditions sunday, monday looking as nice, with temperatures closing in on 80 degrees. if your son or daughter has a t-ballgame, we'll have leftover
showers for everybody, the lehigh valley excluded in this. brightening up north ran west, cloudy south and east, maybe a leftover shower for the jersey shore. 7:00 p.m., it's cloudy across the shorepoints. clear skies for everybody else, temperatures are starting to fall off, as the cooler air starts to rush on in. basically the jersey shore you're locked in good from start to finish. cloudy conditions and showers. pollen count is high through monday afternoon. tuesday it pulls back into the medium high category. for today, clothed cloudy skies morning showers, 72 in philadelphia. 70 in reading, 64 along the coast in cape may and atlantic city. look for the return of sunshine after lunch. overnight tonight, clear conditions, 38 across reading, lancaster, 38 degrees. philadelphia, 46 and cape may,
47. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 70 degrees sunday looks like a picture-perfect afternoon around the delaware valley. the nicest day in the seven-day forecast. warm monday, 80. tuesday, close to 80 degrees, maybe a shower. wednesday, sunny skies, 72. more showers possible thursday, 68 degrees. a little bit of needed rain this morning and sunshine by afternoon. a little rain won't anybody. i would like to remind you, you can get the seven-day forecast and check storm tracker 6 live at any time of the day right there at 6abc.com/weather.
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you can see showers out west, it will get into the city by 9:00 a.m. and move into the jersey shore. once that pushes through, skies will brighten up this afternoon as high pressure builds in from the northwest. we had an area of high pressure bring us a beautiful week. most of the week we saw temperatures in the 70s and bright blue skies. most of the days didn't have a single cloud in the sky. this will be a high that will eventually bump all the moisture out to sea. tomorrow is pick at -- picture perfect. monday will be really, really nice. morning showers, 73 jersey shore, showers and e and clouds around, 64. today marks president obama's
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a pleasant good morning to you, 7:00 a.m. on this saturday april 23. here's some of the stories we're working on for you on "action news," a south jersey family is from an he cannily searching for their beloved pets after a fire forces them out of their home overnight. also, an suv slams into a side of a home overnight causing substantial damage. rainy skies will clear up, we're tracking what's left of showers that moved through the area overnight. meteorologist chris sowers is outside to help you plan your day with a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. chris is it going to be a washout? >> reporter: no, not at all, just a couple of hours of shower activity developing in the next half-hour or so from west to east across the viewing area, by