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you, 7:00 a.m., saturday, january 28. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news," a man is shot nearly a dozen times after he steps outside a north philadelphia bar this morning the search is on for the shooter. a young child is killed, his friend injured after their atm is hit by a car on a bucks county road. plus, a beautiful sunrise to start your saturday, don't be fooled, you will need your coat as you head outside. feeling like winter once again. meteorologist chris sowers outside with a look ahead with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. chris, don't complain, i saw the snow yesterday. >> reporter: actually there's inform flakes now, just flurries, but i'm getting my snow, right gray? as you mentioned, it's feeling
blustery and colder this morning. especially compared to the 50s we had earlier this weekend. that's the big difference we're not acclimated to this any more. temperatures were in the 50s for the last 2 1/2 weeks and now we have windchills in the 20s again. we are layers, coat, gloves and hat. feels like 25 with the wind in philadelphia. 15 in the poconos, 29 in millville. 29 in cape may. and 28 degrees in dover. here's storm tracker 6 live there's that little strip of flurry activity it's off to the southwest across new castle county in delaware, delaware, chester and lancaster counties in southeastern pennsylvania. gloucester, camden, salem and cumberland counties in south jersey, nothing of significance, just a few flakes flying this morning. the bark is much worse than the bite with this. a lot of it is not reaching the ground because the air is so dry. we'll see a combination of sun
and clouds later this afternoon. it will be a decent day, highs around 43 degrees. with the winds it will feel like the mid 30s, look for the combination of sun and clouds, 3:00 p.m., 42 degrees, 5:00 p.m., 42 degrees, tomorrow, we do it all over again sun abbey clouds temperatures in time mid 40s, there's a chance of flurries and snow showers as we head into next week. i'll have the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when i see you again in just a few minutes. new, police are working hard to track down a person who shot a man ten times. the crime happened outside a north philadelphia bar. the victim received a text while inside the bar on the 2400 block of germantown avenue at 11:15 p.m. when he walked outside that's when he was targeted and shot at. the shooting left him critically injured. police officers responding to the scene took the man to the hospital. investigator are working right now to see if the text that he received and surveillance cameras will provide any clues. two people survived this
crash in willingboro, burlington county. the suv hit a tree on beverly rancocas road around 2:00 a.m. both the driver and passenger were taken to the hospital. they are in stable condition. a driver will not be cited in a crash that killed a child in bucks county. the accident happened as the young boy rode an atv with his friend. "action news" reporter, jeff chirico with the details. >> reporter: chopper 6 hd was over the crash scene as police investigated a fatal atv crash along bensalem boulevard. from the ground you can see the wreckage after police say the four wheeler that was riding in the street hit a car broadside. >> the vehicle turned in front of them, they didn't see the atv, right now we have a fatality and one in critical condition. >> reporter: both victims are middle school age. you can see the damage on the passenger side as the car is towed away.
>> driver was not stopped, no impairment. >> reporter: residents are heartbroken to hear the news of the child's death. atv riding in the streets around here has been a problem for a while. this manhattan doesn't thing this -- this man doesn't think this tragedy will change anything. >> kids will do what they wanted to. >> reporter: what's the lesson. >> lesson, don't ride atv on the roadway. >> reporter: police say the boy who died was not wearing a helmet. the driver was not cited, however the investigation is continuing. in bensalem, jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> the time now, 7:04 a.m., a new castle county police officer escaped serious injuries when he his patrol car collided with a car. the car was badly mangled in the crash and pushed on a front yard. no word on who was at fault. a former philadelphia
police police officer pleaded guilty to robbing a handyman in bucks county. michael winkler hired two contractors to do at his property, he stole $38 andted ta disagreement he -- contractor over a disagreement. he was fired. chris christie will not be charged in the bridgegate closed lanes that led to the george washington bridge that caused traffic jams. pennsylvania governor, tom wolf revealed he is cancer free. doctors have given the governor a clean bill of health after treating him for prostate cancer.
wolf used the occasion to urge all pennsylvanians to schedule regular checkups with their doctors. wolf's prostate cancer was detectedded early after a regular checkup. governor wolf announced plans to consolidate agencies into a single department, human man services and health will become one agency. it's in an effort to balance the state deficit. this year's cyclist will not be facing the grueling task of climbing up the manayunk wall. the popular philadelphia international cycling classic has been canceled. organizers put the brakes on the raise because they say there was not enough sponsor to cover the 1 million-dollar cost of the event. the race was a tradition for 30 years. the highlight was climbing the manayunk wall. >> it's early enough we might be able to save it.
make sure they can cut down on security i've seen hundreds of police standing around it's not an event that needs a ton of security, but i don't know we'll see what happens. >> folks hoping the race will be saved. organizers hope to bring it back next year, but admit they will need lots of support. the music all rag time will be performed at cherry high school in its original form. controversies erupted when they said they would take out a racial slur. the contract ragtime distributer requires it runs as written. the superintendent said while he loathes the use of the n-word, he will use it as a teaching opportunity. a big lineup has been revealed for the summer's 6th firefly music festival in dover, delaware.
the biggest musical and camps festival on the east coast feature 150 acts. that includes, 21 pilots it, and bob dylan and his band. the firefly music festival runs from june 15th to the 18th at the woodlands in dover. we have word of an arrest the disturbing case of elder abuse. >> reporter: a local woman keeps the beat long into her twilight careers, we'll tell you how she is helping others toe tap their way into good health. >> reporter: very nice. >> we have seasonable temperatures on board for this weekend, bluster windchills we'll need to bundle up for that. and snow showers next week, details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. a
press conference, eddie johnson said he is in the on the waiting list for a kidney. he has battled kidney inflammation for 32 years. john son has not been given a date for the transplant. >> police arrested a caretaker in texas caught on camera abusing an elderly patient. the video tough to look at here. brenda floyd was upset when the elderly woman suffering from admonish i can't had given the dog human food. she worked for the woman for three years before catching her on camera for hitting the 92-year-old woman. >> teacher aid is in jail for faking a cancer diagnosis. he collected $11,000 in donation and a car. >> taking that under the
deception of an illness that's when he committed that offense. >> well he has been fired, the donations have been refunded. the car is returned, too, he is expected in court next month. prospect park police officer is getting praise for his act of kindness to a mother in need. when he pulled over a woman for a ticket he noticed she had two small children riding without a car seat. instead of citing her he bought her two car seats. >> reporter: finally a good story. >> thank you, officer davis for that. >> let's get you caught up on the forecast. >> reporter: it is snowing. >> yesterday and today, can you see it. >> reporter: let's get you outside, just a few flakes out there. "live" with kelly and live on sg
at the girard point bridge, we have a few flurries as we flip it over to the radars. storm tracker 6 live we have a small little strip in lancaster county into the heart of south jersey, the flurries are being reported. snow is reaching the grounds places like glassboro, elmer, chards ford, media, coatsville, nothing is sticking to the ground, but it is starting to fall at this point, now. it's nice to see after all it is winters, it is supposed to be cold and we're supposed to see notice, but we have not seen anything over the last few weeks. you know how long it's been since it's been in the 20s, you have to go back to january 16, almost two weeks. the normal low for this time of the year, is 26 degrees. we have not been below freezing. very uncooperative, it's been a
miserable winter for snow lovers. we've seen 5 inches of snow. we have not seen measurable snow in philadelphia since january 7. that may change by the same time next weekend or at least the second half of next weekend. the foreseeable future all you will see is snow showers next week. earlier in the week we were in the 50s and now we're in the mid 20s. 25 with the wind in philadelphia. 29 in millville. feels like 29 degrees in cape may. the jet stream all of a sudden has changed. it's taken a little bit of a dip across the northern tier states, the mid atlantic and the great lakes, we'll post the word chilly, but not cold. this air mass is getting us back to normal. we're no longer seeing the 50s, we'll see upper 30s to low 40s. satellite and radar showing we have a split flow in the jet stream meaning there's two branches, there's the northern branch and the southern branch. this northern branch controls the cold air.
southern branch controls the moisture. when they come together and faze, we get storms. now, again it's the second half of next day weekend when the jets phase we could be tracking something of significant, from now until then it looks very, very quiet and seasonable. 43 in philadelphia. millville, 43. allentown, 40. sun and clouds, a chilly wind it will feel like the mid 30s even though high temperatures top out in the low to mid 40s. 3:00 p.m., we'll stop it here. allentown, 32, keep in mind the actual air temperatures at this point are probably in the low to mid 40s. tomorrow morning, feeling like the mid to upper 20s. tomorrow afternoon it's pretty much exact same thing feeling like the mid 30s. 28 in reading. 28 in millville. 27 this allentown. 29 in trenton under partly cloudy skies. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, both today and tomorrow, quiet days, sun
and clouds, 43 degrees, windchills in the mid 30s, as we head into monday, mostly cloudy skies, maybe a couple of snow flurries in the morning, or brief snow shower 39. tuesday, a quick move clipper system brings more clouds and potential for a snow shower or two, up to 42. wednesday, lots of clouds, 42. thursday and friday, colder air moves in 36 and 34. no big snowstorm. >> you keep talking about the flurries, are you squintings when you go outside -- squinting when you go outside just to see it. >> from the sounds of doo wop to classic and folk tunes, a senior is on a mission to approve anyone can dance. tamala edwards is on the beat. >> take one shoulder. >> reporter: judith sax has been dancing all her life. at age 70 with two hip
replacements under her belt she understands you have to keep moving. >> even when you wake up feeling like 94, you ever to get up and walk. >> reporter: she realizes the need to adapt with age. she created a share based fitness class for seniors and those in wheelchairs and walkers. it is a program for parkinsons patients and it's called anyone can dance. she said skeptics are quickly converted. >> actual step to music and not feel like you're a cluz. theyowe. >> reporter: judith said the class provides benefits from the physical to spiritual. she hopes her students develop a love of daily movement. >> i like the idea of having
fun and moving at the same time. >> reporter: if you don't do it, you will find one bright day or not so bright day you're not able to do it. >> reporter: she wants them to realize that anyone truly can dance. >> it doesn't matter if they are coming in in a wheelchair or walker other in a seat. it's so important that we participate. >> reporter: tamala edwards channel 6 "action news."
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>> reporter: here's a look at what's happening in and around the lehigh valley this weekend. philadelphia auto show revs it's engines at the philadelphia convention center. it's going ton today from 10:00 a.m. and tomorrow, 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and culminating next sunday. seaport museum is celebrating the lunar new year. there will be colorful activities creating your own chinese lantern and roster. calling all high school girls of new jersey, get your prom dress. it happens students get their prom dresses and accessories for the big dance. all gowns cost between 10 and
we take some unexpected extra steps to raise healthy chickens with no antibiotics ever. for example, thyme. it's part of our 100% veggie diet and helps support their immune system. perdue. over 200 products no antibiotics ever. everyone, 7:24 saturday morning, the day planner looks like expect a combination of sun and clouds later this afternoon. actual air testers will get into the low to mid 40s. with the winds it will feel like the 30s, let's say 43 the high, feels like temperature, 35, 36. i was talking about this earlier no big storms in the foreseeable future because we have a split flow in the jet stream. in order to get a big storm, two branches of the jet stream have to come together. here's the northern branch here, that controls the cold air.
here's the southern branch right here, when they come together that's what we call phasing, you have upper level support and lower level support we have big storms riding up the coast. what we're currently seeing in the weather pattern is a jet stream that looks like, here's the northern branch. the cold air is in place. the southern branch is all the way down here, this is where the low pressures and your storms are, they run out to sea. the cold air is here, now we don't have any snow. earlier in the month we had the moisture and not the cold. we have the complete opposite. very disappointing for the snow lovers. >> not for the others. in sports, serena william has defeated her sister venous to win the australia open. there you see her there, i've got it.
venus has not been to a major final since losing the 2009 wimbledon. congratulations to her, jeff skeverski has the rest of the sports. >> reporter: joel embiid was dieing to play after missing the last three games and missing out on the all star game. the first game since that snub, guess what, the sixers star plays like an all star to ring in the new year. sixers one of the best teams in the nba. against the rockets, embiid slams it down. sixers have the number one defense in january. other way embiid with the ball, doing it all, impede 32 points one shy of his career high. james harden on fire, scores 19 in the third that's almost as many as the entire sixers team. 4th quarter, impede
back-to-back 3s, he has four of them, tieing a career high, sixers within 4. impede cannot stop harden. sixers have no answer to harden lose 123 to 118. >> reporter: it's a travesty that's what sixers guard t.j. mcconnell said about impede left off the all star team. embiid not taking any shots about the snub, he is playing it cool. >> i could have been, but like i'm disappointed i'm happy for those guys. >> reporter: like the sixers, tiger woods is say painful last few years. just maybe tiger should take the sixers approach. listener to this, sounds like embiid is giving tiger woods
advice on the course. >> hey tiger play it again, trust the process. >> reporter: did you you hear that, trust the process, that's the sixers slogan. he missed the cut at the farmers open. he has missed the cut four of his last 7 tournaments. >> reporter: that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a great day. >> there was fast and furious action on the track in atlantic city last night. the action cam was at boardwalk hall as hundreds of racers from up and down the east coast revved their engines. they are competing wheel to wheel, bumper to bumper, all the action continues tonight at boardwalk hall.
>> developing this morning, a man is shot after two men try to burst into a tacony apartment overnight. plus an "action news" exclusive. philadelphia police are trying to track down bold criminals caught on camera robbing a number of local stores. today, president trump plans to talk to russian president vladimir putin. those stories in a moment, but first outside we go to chris sowers. chris, where are the flurries? >> reporter: getting deep, gray, i'll need my boots in a minute.
we have flurries flying across the area this morning. the bigger story is the windchill. that wind is cold when it whips through 35 degrees in philadelphia. when you factor in the winds feels like the 20s. 33 in allentown. 25 in the poconos, 33 in trenton. and 35 degrees in millville, but, again, watch what happens here, you start factoring in the winds, all of a sudden the mid 30s feel like the mid 20s and feels like the teens in the poconos. 25 in allentown, 25 in philadelphia. 28 in dover and feels like 29 degrees in wilmington. here the flurries that we were talking about earlier. here's storm tracker 6 live we've zoomed into western portions of south jersey, you can see camden, gloucester and salem county, as well as new castle county in delaware, just a few flakes flying this morning. i had a few reports of steadier, but very, very light snow across portions of chester county. this is one lonely little band that push through here and probably win the next hour or
so. it's off the coast and out to sea. for the remainder of the day, partly sunny skies and breezy, high of 43. windchills in the mid 30s, once again later this afternoon there could be a flake or two around. gray as i send it back inside to you, it's not the blizzard i was hoping for, i guess at this point i'll take what i can get. gray? >> thank you so much. 7:32, developing this morning, philadelphia police are investigating an shooting and attempted home invasion. a man was shot while attempting to stop burglars with guns from entering his apartment. police say around 2:00 a.m., two mafngd -- masked now and then knocked on a door on long shore avenue in tacony. the victim opened the door and saw they had guns. >> the male attempted to close the door quickly at which time he was shot once in the shoulder. >> reporter: that victim is in the hospital in stable condition. a man and a woman also inside the apartment were not hurt. the suspect took off empty
handed and have not been caught. police are talking to witnesses. also this morning, philadelphia police are investigating a hit-and-run that killed a grandmother as she carried her grandson. police say the 48-year-old woman had just stepped off a trolley with 6 children at 57th and girard street in west philadelphia last night. she was hit by car and the driver stopped. the woman died at the hospital. the grand son has minor injuries. the other children were badly shaken up. police are searching for a white late model minivan with significant front end damage. police are looking for what they describe as a gang of violent criminals. surveillance video shows one of the armed robberies. police leave they are responsible for two dozen crimes and may be involved in the shooting of a cab driver. one is in custody. investigative reporter, chad
perdelli has the story. >> reporter: police say this is the surveillance video from the brazen crew's first commercial robbery. employees scattered and the suspects forced the employee to the front of the store and steal cash and flee. >> a guy came in with a hood tide to his face. is a months later, police say the crew struck again this time richard was at the front counter ready to close up. >> once i noticed what was going on, i told everybody to run to the back, everybody shot to the back, hit the back lights out. >> reporter: they ran out the back door and uninjured. as many as as a dozen teens and young men are part of the crew that have been terrorizing businesses from tinicum to philadelphia to the main line. >> they hit all different types of businesses, mini marts, pizza
stores and wawas and 7-eleven. >> reporter: this man, marquees carter made a mistake and left his phone at a crime scene. he was arrested last week. he was charged in three crimes. police believe the 22-year-old is the ring leader. >> they stole two cars from two dips we believe they are using in the robberies. >> reporter: they believe the gang is responsible for the robbery and shooting that left a cab driver in critical condition on january 15. now police want help catching the at large criminals who continue to strike. >> they have not stopped even though we have mr. carter in custody. we have another incident on the 23rd. >> reporter: investigators say when they arrested carter at his girlfriend answer house, he was armed -- girlfriend's house, he was armed with a revolver. chad perdelli channel 6 "action news." >> work continues on the bridge that connects new jersey and
pennsylvania turnpikes. "action news" was in the bristol township as the first sections of support structures arrived on flat bed trucks. they will install 8, 80-foot towers to prop up the span. engineers say it is not in danger of collapsing. >> it is stable as is without traffic on it. it's good in shape except obviously the fracture point. once we get that repaired we'll put it back into service and for many years to come. >> workers hope to have a timetable for the opening of the bridge in another week. there's good news for those living in glenside section where a huge sinkhole opened up. a boil water advisory has been lifted. it was filled in with crushed
stone. not cheer what caused the sinkhole to form. president donald trump will wrap up his first week in office with a phone call to vladimir putin calling it working on relationships with foreign leaders. he signed an order that he called extreme vetting of immigrants. >> i'm establishing new vetting measures to keep radical islamic terrorists out of the united states of america. we don't want them here. >> reporter: president trump signing an executive order spending immigration for 90 days from seven countries with ties to terrorism all muslim majority nations. >> we want to insure we're not admitting into our country the very threat our soldiers are fighting overseas. >> reporter: it spends the syrian refugees program indefinitely and all refugees for a period of 120 days.
for the first time since taking office, president trump met with british prime minister teresa may talking about foreign policy and trade. in his first news conference, mr. trump said he plans to talk with vladimir putin by phone saturday. >> i don't know the gentleman, i hope we have a fantastic relationship. >> reporter: also saying he will leave defense secretary james mattis the decision to implement torch to your as a interrogation tactic. president trump has reaffirmed his commitment to nato saying he is 100% behind the military alliance, during the complain, trump called it obsolete. richard david. >> tens of thousands of abortion rights opponents took part in the annual march for
life in washington, d.c. yesterday. the rally takes place every year to mark the anniversary of the roe versus wade decision. mike pence was the first sitting vice president to address participants. he said the trump administration will support their cause. >> president donald trump will announce the supreme court nominee whole uphold the god-given liberties enshrined in our constitution in the tradition of the great, late, justice an antonin scalia. >> president trump has banned aid to abortion proirdz -- providers a broad. >> george hw bush could go home today. a spokesperson said he is eagerly looking forward to
getting out of the hospital and going home. barbara bush was released on monday after being treated for bronchitis. the car show opened last night. the black tie gala at the pennsylvania convention center gave folks a chance to dine and do a dance there. look at there, "action news" anchor, rick ricker -- rick williams on hand looking savvy with his wife. that show runs through next sunday, february 5. tune in tonight for a one hour preview of the philadelphia auto show, we'll take you inside the latest vehicles and give you a glimpse of the newest auto technology showcased at the pennsylvania convention center tonight at 7:00 p.m. right here on 6abc. your time, 7:40 a.m., baylor university facing a new lawsuit.
we have information on allegation of a rape of a graduate student by members of football team. who is smarter, gender, boys or girls, we have the results of a surprising new study. meteorologist chris sowers says look up in the sky it's a bird, it's a plane, no it's snowflakes there. "action news" saturday morning comes right back after this.
remains were committed by more than 30 baylor football players. a woman claims two players raped her in 2013. five lawsuits from women who allege they were attacked and the school failed to protect them. baylor acknowledged 14 assaults by 19 players. the president resign? 2019 and the football coach was fired. he was replaced by matt rhule. protesters protest the dakota pipeline saying it will harm native land. president trump is calling for construction to resume saying the project will inject jobs into the u.s. economy. the army corps of engineers and
the developer are locked in a legal battle. let's get you caught up on on the forecast as you plan your day. you need a shovel? >> reporter: i want to show you something that was sent in. >> there's snow. >> reporter: that's man made. you can see a few flurries, that's real snow. i'm going to show you a picture in a moment where it is sticking. there's the view in spring mountain, a few flurries flying north of the philadelphia. there's a couple of, a fun thing, a minute ago, i was watching a few people walk to the slopes in shorts, i guess that tells you about the winters. let's flip it over to the radars, just a small little bands pushing through the delaware and the lehigh valleys this morning. we'll make a quick zoom into south jersey, interior sections of south jersey, south of medford lakes camden, gloucester and salem counties in south jersey, just a few flurries reported at this point.
there's elmer and glassboro. wilmington a few flakes, you get into delaware and chester counties that's where we're starting to see it stick to the porches there and the decks. see that, gray, paying attention in there's the snow right there. this is sent into me by mike in downingtown, a little bit south of the 30 bypass there. downingtown, pennsylvania, just a few flurries, some of it starting to stick, no i don't need the snow shovel, but thank you. 35 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint, 23. pressure 29.76 inches. it is rising. winds out of the west at 16 miles per hour. to the northwest we go, 30 in pottstown, quakertown, 30. warrington, 32. saint davids, 33. center city, 35, and levittown 34. you note a lot of numbers are above the freezing mark of 32. this is supposed to be colder for us, that tells you how mild it's been around here. gandys beach, 34.
smyrna and dover, 36. satellite and radar again it's a small, little bands that's pushing through, a little piece of moisture that broke off from the great lake states where they are seeing snow now, lake-effect snow machines are on for lakes erie and ontario, that will extend into sunday. for us, sun and clouds this afternoon, maybe a flurry or two, once again. this is the big story over the next two days, today and tomorrow, the high temperatures tops out at 42, 43. with the winds feels like the 30s, 3:30 p.m., feeling like mid 30s for everybody. first thing tomorrow morning, the windchills will be where we are right now, mid to upper 20s. in the around, mid 30s. today and tomorrow, look very, very similar. sun and clouds, breezy, 44 degrees for the high, winds sustained out of the northwest 10 to 20 miles per hour. we go hour by hour, once we get into the 9:00 a.m. hour we'll
see sunshine only to see the clouds increase later this afternoon. 3:00 p.m., 42. 5:00 p.m., 42, windchills in the mid 30s. overnight tonight, partly cloudy, we'll call it chilly, seasonable 27 degrees outlying suburbs, 32 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, shows a couple of moor chance, at least a little bit light snow, monday and tuesday, today and tomorrow, 43 degrees, combination of sun and clouds, blustery with the winds windchills in the 30s. monday, snow shower cloudy, 39. tuesday, same thing, snow showers, cloud, 42. thursday and friday, 36 degrees thursday, 34 degrees friday, and there's a storm threat for the second half of next day weekend. it could be rain or snow, but it's something. >> we like to reminds you you can get the seven-day forecast and check storm tracker 6 live at any time of the day on our website 6abc.com/weather.
"action news" anchor brian taff was on hand last night to lend support to an event close to his heart. he and his wife mara attended a nonprofit to help families to care for premature babies. it helps parents spending time with their little ones in the neonatal infantscy care. >> so glad you stayed with us,
school. in "healthcheck" be there are more reasons to keep the new year's resolution to get yourself in shape. it can prevent some forms of cancer. a new study the international agency of research for cancer reaffirmed that obesity puts people at higher risk for collin, kidney and post menopausal breast cancer. it contributes to gallbladder, and ovarian and thyroid cancer. a california couple tested out a project pilot how we take care for seniors. they are using a new robot they nicknamed jimmy. they have no control of the robot. it is controlled by their son from miles away. >> we're taking baby steps here. and being able to see each other from a far. >> it's startling at first,
because you feel like you have an intruder, but then after it's used, it's just like he's come over to visit us. >> pretty interesting, right? robot boots up when dan logs on as they roll around the apartment as they cook. if they don't answer the phone, the robot can check on the couple. the cost is far less than hiring a human caregiver. coming up next, meteorologist chris sowers will take a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast as we give you a live glimpse over center city. flurries out there, not a major event. meteorologist chris sowers has the final check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast after this.
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live hd at the platt bridge near the philadelphia international airport. we've been seeing snow flurries on the camera this morning, nothing too spectacular, thankfully. it's cold enough to produce the flurries. meteorologist chris sowers joins us with a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: i'm ready, gray, we're zoomed into storm tracker 6 live just a few flurries, not all this is reaching ground. interior sections of south jersey, delaware and chester counties and southeastern pennsylvania just a few flakes flying out there this morning. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, later today look for a combination of sun and clouds, high of 43. same exact thing for tomorrow. and then monday and tuesday, mostly cloudy skies with a few flurries and snow showers.
i'm ready, gray. >> what have you got in your hand? >> reporter: it's my snow shovel. i'm ready for my flurries. >> just flurries, chris, calm down. 7:56 is the time. "good morning america" weekend is next. "action news" continues at 9:00 a.m. here's a look at the stories we're working on for you, they may help you get rest, what's in the name brand sleep aids, we take a look at what it means for your health. plus a local animal hospital is not just giving medical care, they are working to findance new homes. you will hear about the work they do and how you can help. now for chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm gray hall, make it a great day. ♪
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