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christmas decorations in a south jersey community. >> champions are coming home, it's a case of deja vu, archbishop wood wins another title. on "action news" saturday at 9:00 a.m., we have winter weather hanging around for a while. >> code blue is in effect in montgomery county and camden county. it's an effort to get the homeless off the cold streets. most of us will barely get above freezing. that cold will linger all weekend. we have a live look at sky6 live hd penns landing, we'll get a check of the forecast, it looks prettier than it feels. how about that. >> reporter: that's a perfect way to put it. it looks nice, it's blustery and cold this morning. live on sky6 live hd overlooking the commodor barry bridge. you can see we have a few high, thin cirrus clouds upstairs. generally speaking it's a nice looking morning. lots of sunshine out there, temperatures down into the 20s, feeling like teens and
20s. this is what it feels like with the winds. it feels like 11 in the poconos. 22 that's a popular number for the nye knew corridor from -- i-95 corridor, wilmington to trenton, 27 in cape may. 24 in millville. the winds are strong enough to keep windchills or feels-like temperatures in the upper 20s and low 30s all day long. 28 in philadelphia. 6:00, down to 24. 23 in reading and 15 in the poconos. good news we'll see a decent amount of sunshine mixed with clouds, similar to what we saw yesterday. heavy lake effect snows battering the snow belt in western and upstate new york. we'll be dealing with dry conditions and combination of sun and clouds. 38 degrees, blustery, windchills in the upper 20s and low 30s. when i come back we're talking about the possibility of rain and snow sunday night into monday morning.
colder, arctic outbreak next week. thank you so much. you can keep track of the wintry conditions this weekend at 6abc.com/weather. check the chilly temperatures with the hourly forecast and keep an eye on storm tracker 6 live to see if any flakes fall where you live. happening today, a solemn procession will lead wilmington firefighter ardythe hope to her final resting place. >> she died trying to save two colleagues in wilmington. "action news" was there for the emotional scene firefighters saluting her casket carried into the chase center. that's the site of the public viewing starting at 10:00 a.m. her funeral starts at 1:00 p.m. ardythe hope was a mother of three who planned to pursue a nursing degree. he had loved helping people and that's what she did when jerry fickes and christopher leach
were trapped in a roar house fire. she tried to save them, sadly they died of their injuries. hope fought for more than 60 days before losing her battle. the fire that took their lives was intentionally set, a woman is now charged in their deaths. several fire stations in wilmington will be renamed in honor of the three firefighters. happening this morning, funeral arrangements are set for new jersey state trooper frankie williams killed in a head-on collision crash. williams will be remembered monday a at boardwalk hall in atlantic city. the public can pay their respects from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. visitation for law enforcement will begin at 10:00 a.m. him funeral will be at noon. he leaves behind a wife of two months. new jersey governor chris christie ordered flags being flown at half staff to honor the trooper.
pennsauken police officer had a close call responding to an accident overnight. a woman lost control of the car and hit a pole on route 130. a pennsauken police suv crashed with another vehicle responding to the first crash. we're told all the drivers will be okay. septa police arrested a person they say stabbed a man on a septa platform. we are told the suspect got into an argument with the man on the market frankford line 15th and market in center city. he pulled a knife on the victim, he was taken to the hospital for non-life threatening wounds. a mural remembering christina grism -- grimy will be unveiled to honor her who was murdered while on tour.
organizers hope the wish wall will be a mess of hope and peace. >> there's concerns about vandals take aim at holiday christmas displays in a south jersey town. they have struck in multiple places. dann cuellar has more. ♪ >> reporter: it's the holiday season and a lot of people put their heart and sole -- soul into their christmas decorations. last week ken set up a nine foot tall inflatable christmas dragon. he came out the next night to his it was gone the thief leaving the anchor stakes in the ground. >> it kind of ruins the spirit of the season. >> reporter: he is not alone. that same night around the corner, amy had an 8-foot tall inflatable teddy bear.
the next morning was gone. who would do something like that? >> i don't know, i think it's terrible. >> reporter: if that was not bad enough someone vandalized the christmas display. >> some candyanes were taken and the electrical wireless were cut. >> reporter: evesham police say they have seen an increase in thefts involving christmas decorations. >> we have dozens reported, you could triple it for homeowners who have not reporteddism. >> reporter: reported it. >> i have the holiday spirit, and my neighbors do, i guess there's grinches out there that think it's fun and games to go out and snip wires. >> reporter: it's not fun and
games to you. >> no, it's not. police are urging people to keep an eye on the display and that of their neighbors, if they see something suspicious or someone they have not seen around the neighborhood, call police and let them check it out. dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." >> time 9:07 a.m. moving on to -- i'll take it that's okay. a federal judge in philadelphia expected to weigh in on the recount challenge in pennsylvania. green party candidate jill stein is behind the challenge she fears the voting machines may have been hacked. a computer competitor for the secretary of state's office said that was highly unlikely. we continue to track the conflicts in syria. ash carter said the united states will deploy 200 troops to the region they will be on hand to assist kurdish and arab fighters to drive out isis from their self declared capitol in
raqqa. >> they will join the special forces in syria to continue organizing and training and equipping and otherwise enabling local forces to take the fight to isil. >> secretary of state john kerry is in france meeting with diplomats to syria's opposition. thousands are fleeing the war-torn region of aleppo. septa rail riders will want to check new train schedules. several trains will be leaving up to 25 minutes earlier or later. most airport line trains will offer continued service to and from glenside. combined warminster line station, call lady to be safe. >> archbishop wood is adding another state championship trophy to its stunning program.
fire trucks escorted the vikings back home in warminster, bucks county last night. it was fitting considering their program is hot winning four state titles in the last 6 years, wow. the lat one the last one, in harrisburg. >> it was incredible. >> we worked all year for it, to share that moment with our teammates and coaches it was a blessing. >> they are on fire. several players move on to big college programs. their teammates will take a breather when they begin working toward a possible repeat at camp next season. >> congratulations to them. >> time, 9:09 a.m. much more to come on "action news" saturday morning. if you're ordering gifts online, be warned there's a scam you need to looking out for. >> roads are icy and dicey as
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thawing out after an ice storm. you can see the cars slipping and sliding down the road. sand was put down to help. this guy is using an all terrain vehicle to get to where he needed to be. >> no for me. that's why i don't like winter right there. let's go outside, sky6 live hd giving you a beautiful shot over cape may, new jersey. look at that shot. looks pretty, right? hey, it's cold outside. meteorologist chris sowers is keeping track of the conditions. >> reporter: unhow much i love winter, but -- you know how much i love winter, but that didn't look like fun to me. let's get you outside and go live on sky6 live hd. there's a beautiful shot, guys, you see the christmas tree in the background, folks are skating at dilworth park there. it's a nice quiet morning around the delaware and lehigh valleys.
we lost the gusty breeze. it's somewhat windy, but not like yesterday. they were piercing. it's been a chilly week. remember all the 50s and 60s and 70s we had through november and the first part of december. not the case this week. 51 degrees for monday. all of a sudden we slipped below normal. 46 tuesday, thursday, 46. yesterday, 38 degrees with windchills hovering in the 20s most of the day. speaking of windchills in the 20s we're there now. 22 is what it feels like in philadelphia. allentown, 23. 24 in millville. trenton, 22. a blustery 11 degrees in the poconos this morning. satellite and radar good news, this is going to be a nice, quiet day. we have cloud covering approaching from the west. this is basically what we call, the term escapes me, instability clouds that's what i am thinking. nothing threatening here later
this afternoon. heavier snow showers and squalls will hammer away as the snow belt area western pennsylvania and upstate new york. future tracker 6, we'll skip today. combination of sun and clouds. sunday morning, temperatures below freezing and clouds increase. what's going to happen because of the all the cloud cover it will put a lid on the temperatures. highs will top out in the mid to upper 30s, initially it will be cold as we get into sunday night. as the prezip sayings over-- precipitation overspreads the area we'll have mixture of snow and sleet or freezing rain. the warmer air overspreads the area and temperatures climb out of the 20s into the 30s and some locations in the 40s. if you get wintry precipitation it will quickly go over to rain. that will limit accumulation north and west and no accumulation for city of philadelphia and points south and east. monday afternoon it's damp with clouds eventsly giving way to --
recently -- eventually giving way to some sunshine. this is philadelphia and points south and east, you can see how far it is to the north. i'm not impressed with snow, i'm impressed with the idea of freezing rain for the lehigh valley and places like quakertown and reading. we'll keep this forecast in tact, one to two inches in the poconos snowflakes for the northern and western suburbs. today, sun and clouds, cold, 38 is the high. 1:00 p.m., 37, 3:00 p.m., 38. 5:00 p.m., 35. overnight tonight, 22 degrees outlying suburbs, 26 for center city. underneath a partly cloudy sky. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, here comes the arctic reinforcement by the end of the week. 38 degrees today. 37 tomorrow.
light rain and snow develops tomorrow night during the evening hours into the overnight. periods of rain for monday, highs around 49. tuesday, 45. wednesday, thursday, friday, that is cold, 40 degrees, thursday and friday, 30. those are air temperatures windchills in the teens and 20s. could be flurries, as well. >> too cold, chris. if you say whew that means it is really cold. 9:17 a.m. if you're shopping online this holiday season, jeanette reyes be on the the look out for scam e-mails. they are on the rise. criminals are sending out the fake notes they look like delivery notices from amazon and fedex. they are not legitimate. the goal is to trick you into filling out your credit card information. that would be stolen or or malware could take over your
computer. don't click on the e-mails, go to the actual website. there's much more to come on "action news" saturday morning. we'll look at holiday gift return policy, what stores are offering them and what you need to know before you go. >> music headphones could be a popular gift, but there are concerns about them, too. "action news" returns in a moment. >> welcome back the time 9:20,
the public will get a chance to salute space pioneer john glenn. his body will lie at the ohio state house for a public viewing. a memorial service is planned at ohio state university. the actually service details have not been released. burial at arlington national cemetary in washington. he served in the marines and was the first person to orbit the earth in 1962.
>> ture chain said it will offer work he is up to 4 months paid family leave. ikea had given new mothers five days of leave in addition to 5 to 6 weeks of paid disability leave. here's a look at what's happening around the area this weekend. >> it's the return of german american weekend at the city hall courtyard. you can catch it today from 11:00 a.m. and tomorrow 11:00 a.m. to p.m. 7:00 p.m. malvern prep is hosting a free christmas party. those who show up will receive stockings filled with goodies
from santa and crafts and food and rides on a fire engine. >> a holiday favorite returns to penns landing today watch a parade of boats decorated for the season with music, lights and a lot of fun for the entire family at the parade of lights. there will be a santa's workshop. boats will pass the battleship new jersey on the camden waterfront and crews by winter fest on penns landing. it's happening today from 11:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. we want to see your holiday lights on social media, use #6abc lights send them to had your facebook 6abc.com/"action news." or e-mail to join the action at 6abc.com.
>> so glad you're waking up with us on saturday morning. 9:25, 31 degrees out there, so you know it's cold. sky6 live hd giving you this glimpse over the philadelphia international airport, cold today, but chris sowers says bitter cold is on the way, brutal. >> we'll know what brutal is in a few days. >> turning to sports, jordon matthews may be returning to the field for the eagles. >> the flyers are red hot. here's jeff skeverski with all your saturday morning sports. >> reporter: always temperatures drop, the flyers are heating up, the hottest team in hockey they will try to keep it going today at 1:00 p.m. at home against the dallas stars. the last time the flyers won 8 in a row. how about 14 seasons ago, keith primo was the captain. clawed extra riew is a big owe
claude giroux is a big reason why they are tearing it up. five goals during the streak. >> we're winning a couple of on the road we're playing as a team everybody is contributing, everybody is doing their job, when you play as a team, the chemistry as a team goes well. steve mason is playing good hockey right now. he is giving us a chance to win every game. >> reporter: mason undefeated during this stretch. flyers captain signing his name on his top digital trading calendar. it is the new thing. he is the face of it. you can download the top app on your iphone or ipad to get your digital trading card. we need to comout and make a -- come out and make a statement, that's what matthews says. he will play sunday after missing last week with an injury. carson wentz top target did not
have a lot of fun sitting on the sidelines in cincinnati. it's been a frustrating and banged up season format that yous. >> it's been a recurring them, but i'm staying positive. i didn't think i would miss my first game at 24. at the same time it could be worse. >> having jordon back it's huge, having a guy like that and a guy i can trust, i love jordon it will be big to get him back there, it's big to see the other guys step up at the same time. >> reporter: talk about a dynasty in football. archbishop wood win their 4th straight title. they runaway with it. 253 yards, archbishop win 37-10
hoisting their 4th championship trophy in the last 6 years. congratulations to archbishop wood him that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a great day. >> 9:28 still ahead on "action news," saying goodbye. >> the casket carrying wilmington firefighter ardythe hope has arrived at a public viewing site. our top stories at 9:00 a.m., next.
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saying goodbye to a mother, firefighter and hero. a community remembers wilmington senior firefighter ardythe hope who died in the line of duty. >> there's a warning about the water quality at one philadelphia school. we'll tell you where where that. >> calling interference, president-elect raises questions about russia helped him clinch the big win. those stories, but first chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. code blue for those homeless individuals, city leaders are getting them off the streets into a warm place. >> reporter: that's a good idea, because the temperatures are cold this morning. the air temperatures are below freezing. when you factor in the winds it feels like the teens and 20s this morning. some of the coldest air we've seen so far this young winter season is knock on the door now. 22 is what it feels like with the wind in philadelphia. 23 in allentown. 11 in the poconos. 22 in trenton.
millville, 24. feels like a blustery 25 in cape may. forecast for today similar to yesterday, we won't have the gusty driving wind like yesterday, but it will be breezy enough to make it feel more like the 20s, even though we're forecasting tempts in the 30s. we'll sun and clouds, breezy and cold, 38. 1:00 p.m., 37. 3:00 p.m., 38. 5:00 p.m., 35 degrees, now, when i come back in ten minutes we'll talk about the chances of rain and snow sunday night into monday morning, we'll focus more on this, you think it's cold out there right now. this is the true polar express coming in here wednesday night into thursday morning. this is the arctic front. bitter windchills in the teens most of the time, this will be the coldest air mass since february 11 of last winter. i'll have all the details on this when the cold air moves out in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when i come back in ten minutes. guys? >> thanks, chris. switching gears here now,
philadelphia remains under a code blue as bitter temperatures blanket the area with the brutal cold. city leaders are encouraging the homeless to come inside. the city has opened an additional 300 beds and has another hundred slots within the shelters. other places in the area including camden county and montgomery county have declared code blues. senior firefighter ardythe hope gave the ultimate sacrifice trying to save two of her fellow firefighters from arson back in september. >> public will pay tribute to her in memorial service on the wilmington waterfront. >> this is video from an hour ago of the procession as it made its way through wilmington to the chase center. once there, firefighters saluted her casket adorned by an american flag lowered off the engine of the fire truck.
her family followed her inside. a public viewing begins at 10:00 a.m. at the chase center. ardythe hope battled her injuries for more than two months. she leaves behind three children and a heartbroken family. >> christopher leach and jerry fickes died in the fire that was set by an arsonist now under arrest. gunfire broke out on the 3000 block of fontain street at 1:30 a.m. police say when they arrived they found two men with gunshot wounds to their legs. both victims were rushed to the area hospitals for treatment and expected to be okay. 9:33 a.m., a man is accused of trying to hold up a post office in delaware county. charles sampson is in federal custody. police say he tried to rob the post office in chester last month. they say he was armed with a gun and umbrella. samson is due in court on
monday. rodney shelton suspected in the murder of thomas child also in delaware county was captured in georgia. shelton killed 63-year-old child's who was working at a delivery truck driver. he was shot to death during a robbery outside ridgeway industries in june of last year. from our delaware newsroom, state house and law enforcement say 90 people died from fentanyl overdoses through the month of september. that's more than double the deaths in all of 2015. it is synthetic pain killer that's 50 times more potent than heroin. fentanyl is behind a spike in overdose deaths in philadelphia. there were 35 overdose deaths in the past nine days alone. students at west philadelphia high school are told not to drink the water.
it is discolored and contains high ryan and sediment -- high iron and sediment. bottled water is being provided to students and faculity. >> there are two reports that russia was working to sway the presidential election. reports cite intelligence from the cia. president-elect is responding. >> reporter: this morning, the washington post reporting that a secret cia report found russia interfered in the u.s. election to help donald trump win the white house. individuals connected to the russian government reportedly provided elite with hacked e-mails as part of a wider russian operation to boost trump and hurt clinton's chances. >> russia if you're listening i hope you're able to find the
30,000 e-mails that are missing. >> reporter: new york times reporting intelligence agencies russia hacked the rnc, but did not release whatever information they gleaned from the republican network. trump's transition team was quick to respond in a statement saying these are the same people who said saddam hussein had weapons of mass destruction. >> it could be russia and china and somebody sitting on their bed that weighs 400 pounds, okay. you don't know who broke into dnc. >> reporter: intelligence agencies ultimately concluded that the russia was behind the hacking, but trump shrugged it off. >> reporter: u.s. intelligence agency say russia is behind it. why don't you believe it? >> reporter: i don't think it's
pr. >> reporter: the next secretary of state, rudy giuliani took himself out of the running. trump said he continues to be a close personal friend. mitt romeny and rex tiller sown are still being considered. >> my advice, mitt went a little too far, you can make friend and make up, but i would not see him as a candidate for the cabinet. >> and that was abc's mary bruise with the report. many are going to protest the christmas parade in hammonton protesting kellyanne
conway. citizens say she is not a role model, they want the parade organizers to drop her as the parade marshall. it begins tonight at bell view avenue and north liberty street. >> congress has agreed to vote to avoid a government shut down. president obama signed it early this morning. the democrats was going do block the spending measure instead they settled on a 4 month extension. the benefits expire at year's end, january 3. >> it's almost guaranteed that you will get or give up a imift that will end up -- give a gift that will end up in the to be returned pile. >> consumer reports checked out a number of return policy. alicia vitarelli has a look at
five of the best and five of the worst. >> if you put something off to the side thinking you'll return it later and it passes the 30 day deadline. >> they have tight return policy after the holiday. >> i will have to settle for what the price is at since i don't have a receipt. >> reporter: shopping at a store with a flexible return policy is a good idea. >> the most flexible don't require a receipt or impose a time limit. >> reporter: ll bean allows return of all merchandise with no time limit and no receipt required. they will receive well used items if you're not satisfied and give you a store exchange or credit.cy's has the same return policy. >> some stores have restrictive
store return policy. you may have 30 days and want a receipt. >> reporter: kmart, series and forever 21 and barns and noble. barns and noble won't take anything that has been opened. kmart has refused to take back open movies and video games and music. for channel 6 "action news" i'm alicia vitarelli. >> i hope you don't have too much to return. there's much more to come on "action news" saturday morning at 9:00 a.m. including "shelter me rescue of the week." >> reporter: i'm tamala edwards this is beam one of the pups saved by the women's humane shelter. our winner of the "shelter me rescue of the week," you'll meet beam and some of his friends. >> we'll have more when "action news" comes right back. ♪
9:43 a.m., thank for joining us. we'll look at the weather. if you like the cold weather you'll like saturday morning. >> reporter: you will be so happy. let's go outside and show you what's going on. looking live at sky6 live hd old city lots of sunshine shining down, but temperatures are cold. just like yesterday it will be blustery a little bit of a breeze and temperatures in the 30s. double scan live is clear, but we had snow first thing this
morning across parts of the area. looks like a lake effect band in bucks county. this was sent in from green lane. she woke up to a fresh coating of snow. some areas picked up a half inch. this was sent in by andrew in harleysville, pennsylvania. there was a dusting across the roads and sidewalks a and things like that. be careful in bucks county, there could slick spots remaining. if you have snow on the ground, the winds, it's so light and fluffy, the winds will blow it all over the place. 22 degrees in philadelphia. these are windchills. millville, feels like 24. 22 in trenton. feels like 11 degrees in the poconos. that's the polar vortex right there. you can seem the shade of purple. look at the temperatures right now. 17 below in bismarck, north dakota, 18 in chicago. the closeup shot across the high
plains feels like 32 below with the wind. what will happen this will retreat to the north up in canada, but it will reinforce next week and piece of this slides east over the appalachians and right smack dab into the middle of the delaware and the lehigh valleys. it will not be close to this, but by far the coldest air we've seen since last winter when we had the week of temperatures in the 20s. you'll see that in a moment reflected in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. future tracker 6, 9:00 a.m., sunday, today is nice and quiet. combination of sun and clouds. clouds on the increase sunday morning. it will lock the cold in, the sun will not have much time to warm things up. sunday evening as the precipitation overspreads the area, it will begin in the form of sleet or snow or the combination of the two. sunday into monday, warm air overspreads the area and everything changes back to rain.
by monday afternoon 3:00 p.m. temperatures in the 40s and 50s. snowfall totals you can see how far to the north this line is. nothing in the immediate philadelphia area. the i-95 corridor, you're clear, it's just a cold rain. there could be one to two inches in the lehigh valley and the poconos. maybe a few flakes in this area here. looking at the latest computer information coming in now, i'm more concerned with an icing event. maybe you pick up an inch in the lehigh valley. it's a period of icing before it goes over to rain. we'll have to watch in closely. there will be slick spots out there sunday night especially up here. for today, sun and clouds, brisk and cold. high temperatures in the upper 30s. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows another blustery one tomorrow, cloudy skies, 37 degrees, 49 periods of rain for monday. here comes the next arctic blast, tuesday, that 45 is ahead of the arctic front.
temperatures fall late in the day, 40 degrees wednesday, and an icy cold 30 for thursday and friday. windchills in the teens. if you like the cold weather, it's here. >> thanks chris. in this week's "shelter me rescue of the week" a volunteer found more than a part-time job helping at the women's humane society. he found a life long companion. tamala edwards has the story. >> reporter: pat volunteers at the women's society everyday. that's where he fell in love with kona. when she first came to the rescue she didn't have social skills. with some training as he is a k-9 good citizen. itshe was just a good dog.
>> reporter: the women's human society was the first animal shelter in the nation. whs was founded by caroline earl white in 1869 to empower women at the time. the shelter is run by an all female committee. we're not only a history of animal advocacy, but women's history. peach would make the perfect cat for any home and nino is a typical kitten. charlie would enjoy a quiet home. >> perfect cat to curl up with and stay warm. >> reporter: sweetheart is ready for her forever family as long as we can bring her favorite toy. >> she has a ball. >> reporter: nelson is a 3-year-old love bug who enjoys giving kisses. he is so gentle and sweet.
>> reporter: this is beam, one-year-old, friendly loveable, perfect for a family. if you're interested in beam or any of the animals visit the website. if like to share your success story post a page at the "fyi philly" facebook page. we'll share your stories on up coming "shelter me rescue of the week" segments. tamala edwards channel 6 "action news." aholidays are about joy again.
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saw. >> reporter: one in five suffers hearing loss and doctors blame headphones. >> i've seen kids as young as 7 who had noise induced hearing loss. you're talking about listening to a rock concert on a daily basis. >> reporter: they tested headphones using plastic ear and real life children. >> they are fluffy. >> reporter: there's no governor boards that overseas this stuff. the headphones claim to limit volume around 85-decibels, loud as blender, but safe. there's a fail safe limit, but other models wentz over the 85 -- went over the 85db.
kids geared and wired headphones. my kids use them. >> the limiting part is gone. >> reporter: with the limiter, they claim the audio level is fine, without, 110-decibels. >> i like them. >> reporter: we've never had a customer complain when using a limiter. any issue with volume is a user. >> i could play justin bieber. please. nick watt abc news los angeles.
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you can bet the cold weather welcome addition for the 10th annual ice festival in new york city. it brings out the most skilled artists. ice carvers use chain saws and blow torches to create ice displays. they are competing for $9,000 in cash price prizes. >> speaking of ice cold we have a final check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: here's the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, you need to bundle up this morning, windchills are in the teens and 20s, so you need the heavier coat, gloves and hat maybe a scarf. bundle up in layers. for this afternoon we're up to 38 degrees windchills in the upper 20s and low 30s. tomorrow, cloudying up, light -- clouding up, light snow after
midnight sunday into monday morning. it will be confined north of philadelphia. mainly the lehigh valley and the poconos. as you look at the bottom of your screen, here comes reinforcement of the cold air. 0 -- 30 degrees thursday and 33 friday. >> we'll be back tomorrow morning at 6:00 a.m. putting in more time at the gym to work off the holidays cookies, is that you? that could increase the risk of getting sick. we'll explore the works of french photography like you've never seen before. for jeanette reyes, chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm gray hall. make it a great day. ♪
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