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home in west philadelphia overnight. >> frightening moments for passengers and crews on an american airline plane experienced severe turbulence be we'll hear from the passengers on board. >> the wait is over, the eagles first preseason game is days away, feels like football, chris. >> reporter: that's for sure, doesn't feel like the dog days of august. when i came out here this morning it was chilly, in the 50s, the sun has come up, and we have a nice breeze and refreshing. 55 in allentown and reading. 70 in philadelphia. 74 in cape may at the point. on the boards in atlantic city, 71. beach haven checking in at 69. dewpoint temperatures 60s is considered humid, 70s is oppressive.
50s is comfortable. the high pressure bumped all the humidity out to sea. everything changes tomorrow. we have clouds to the west in advance of the next storm system that moves in tomorrow afternoon in the form of a drenching thunderstorms again. for today, nice and quiet. sun and clouds and comfortable, 80 degrees is the forecasted high. getting back to tomorrow, national weather service swells storm prediction center runs a slight risk of severe weather in delaware. there could strong winds and hail damage in the areas. i'll talk about that and the flash flooding in parts the area in ten minutes. >> thank you. we're following breaking
news from the heartland strong storms. >> witnesses say they saw what looked like a tornado that tore through tulsa this morning. the it knocked out power to 12 house homes. the injured were treated for bumps and bruises and released. police are search for a driver who was hit and killed in center city. the victim was struck on race street at 4:00 a.m. she was pronounced at hanheman hospital. police are looking for a late model white jeeb rub -- jeep rubican. crews rushed a 52-year-old man to the hospital in critical condition after he was shot
after getting off a bus in west philadelphia before 3:00 a.m. police say the man had just gotten off work and was walking home on the 1200 block of north olden street when he was approached by a mantua a gun be he was shot in the -- was approached by a man with a gun. he was shot in the chase. a 23-year-old man was shot in the right hip and is in critical condition. two men stabbed each other during a fight this morning. the fight spilled out of a bar at 1:40 a.m. both men pulled out knives and stabbed each other. both were taken to temple university hospital. at last check one was in critical condition. 9:03 a.m., there were heart pounding and scary moments on a
flight bound to philadelphia from grease. many feared the worst when it took a drop in the air. passengers and crew members were sent flying during severe turbulence. trish hartman talk to people on the flight after they landed. >> american heavy on final decent. >> reporter: listening to the air traffic controls talking, you would never know there was turbulence earlier. passengers fresh off the flight from athens said the turbulence lasted 15 seconds as drinks were being served. >> baby screaming, people hitting the ceiling and a little bit of blood, after that they said was unexpected turbulence. >> the plane dropped, the flight attendant i think she was pushing the cart, she was in the
aisle and you know she fall over and the cart fall over her. >> reporter: officials say the plane landed safely at philadelphia international airport at three passengers and seven crew members were taken to the areair for pro publica was tweeting turbulence so unexpected a flight attendant dislocated her shoulder. the plane i'm on is soaked, they will be housing this out for hours. several passengers we spoke with praised american airlines, the crew on board and the airline response after it happened. the faa investigating the incident. reporting at philadelphia international airport, trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> the time now 9:05 a.m.
this morning there are new sanctions against north korea over their nuclear ambitious over their defines on the ban on testing missels. u.n. unanimously ato-- adopted e sanctions yesterday. ambassador nickie hailey called it a strong step toward holding north korea accountable toward its behavior. >> monday we said the time for talk was over it is time for action. today you will see action it will make a strong point to north korea all this icbm and nuclear must stop. >> global press pressure on north korea is backed by trump,
he praised china for joining in the u.n. resolution. president trump tweeted the city council vote 15-0 to sanction north korea, china and russia voted with us. >> good news for after a train derailment in western pennsylvania. air quality tests determined the air is safe to breathe. officials reduced the evacuation zone to a limited area yesterday. there are 30 homes within the zone. 32 rail cars went off the tracks on wednesday and caught fire. officials allowed the blaze to burn off on its own. four days and counting, philadelphia eagles are winding down to their first preseason game of the new year. they are holding their final open practice at the linc today. the gates opened a half-hour ago. thursday, the birds will face the green bay packers at lambeau
field. >> the music continues today in the lehigh valley, the singer father john misty is the headliner at the musikfest. he is scheduled to start at 7:00 p.m. on the steel stage. last night the legendary group chicago rocked the stage in bethlehem. five hundred pplers -- performers are in town for musikfest. musikfest runs through next sunday. i'm be there. find out more about the performers schedule to am and how you can win tickets at 6abc.com. >> you could be singing all the way to the bank if you play the powerball and mega million lotteries and you won. collectively they are worth a what's happening $653 million when combined. there were no winners in the powerball drawing. that brings the jackpot to
$307 million. there was a 1 million-dollar winning ticket sold in pennsylvania. the numbers, 11, 21, 28, 33, 45, and the powerball number 11. i would love to be singing all the way to the bank. >> you keep buying those tickets. >> there's much more to come on this sunday morning edition of "action news." they are identical twins who like to do a lot of things together even mastering an important college entrance examine at an early age. a tornado is blamed for leaving a path of destruction in the southeast this weekend. let's go outside live, sky6 live hd over the philadelphia international airport, boy oh, boy, it feels good outside, like fall, if you like this kind of weather. i do. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when we come right back.
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in g ef-1 twifort winds up to 105 miles per hour. an eld home at the time. the tornado uprooted trees and damaged nearby homes atraveled . >> dangerous situation there. time for accuweather, we have gorgeous weather. >> reporter: today is absolutely stunning, let's get you outside and show bridge. we have mainly clear conditions, just a couple of high, thin cirrus clouds throughout the day. they will increase a little bit as the day wears on. generally speaking it's a nice day, it's comfortable, as nydia mentioned. no humidity, that will change tomorrow, but today is gorgeous. the humidity increases rapidly after midnight. heavy drenching thunderstorms are possible. once again there's the possibility of severe weather
maybe flash flooding. we'll talk about that in a second. once the system passes on by, it will set up a nice quiet midweek for the delaware and lehigh valleys. nothing going on at all by the time we get into tuesday, wednesday, thursday, one day of concern this week that's tomorrow. 60s and 70s across the board. nice and refreshing. 65 in allentown. philadelphia, millville, 72. not too bad in the poconos, only 59 degrees you bottomed out at 48 degrees in lake harmony. fall, 66 trenton. cape may, 74. high, thin clouds stretching out across the state of pennsylvania ahead of the next storm system we're watching, which is right in through here, pushing in the missouri valley. lots of heavy rain on the southern flank of that. you can see the reds and the yellows and oranges heading east into our neck of woods.
trarveght across -- travels acre ohio and tennessee valleys and sit on top of us, causing another round of drenching downpours. high, thin clouds a nice finish to the weekend. tomorrow morning, most of the viewing area is dry, going to the northwest, lehigh valley, berks county we're picking up downpours at that point. what you will notice, as the day wears on, the coverage starts to expand. look at all the oranges and reds the intensity increases, as well. you can see the heavy weather by 9:00, south of the city in the evening hours, by 11:00, in the midnight hour getting into tuesday morning, everything clears out and starts to dry out around the region. forecast models lookse. the european has two inches with this system. gfs shy of an
the nam inch, that could cause flash flooding. we've had a tremendous amount o. flooding outlook there's a high probability that the c will seem this, the rivers should steer clear. today is quiet, it's literally the calm before the storm. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, let's bring it together for you, sun and clouds today, 80. periods of rain and drenching thunderstorms tomorrow, 75. tuesday, wednesday, thursday, they look fabulous, highs in the low to mid 80s. low humidity, friday that's the next chance of thunderstorms, highs around 81. guys. >> all right, chris, thank you. a library in wisconsin has a unique way of helping kids get
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back everyone, 9:25 a.m., sunday morning, if you're heading north to the poconos, delightful day, sun and clouds, low humidity today. highs around 72. believe me it will be a struggle to reach 72 today. very refreshing up there. jersey shore, just as nice, high temperatures topping out upper 70s, close to 80 degrees. this is the wrong graphic. sunny and pleasant. what we're watching is this system pushing through the heartland of the nation, you can see the reds and yellows and oranges, there's a trough or pocket of cool air right here it will round the bend and head into the delaware and lehigh valleys tomorrow. high pressure keeping everything at bay, 80 degrees, beautiful, sun and clouds, no humidity.
tomorrow, the high works out to sea which allows the system to move over top of us. monday is a stormy day periods of rain and flash flash floodin. >> one of abc's longest running comedy will take a final bow at the season. the middle is coming to an end. it is rare. they sat down with the cast last year and made the bitter sweet decision together, it will begin its 9th and final season on tuesday. cesh i -- kesha has been on tour since 2013. you can see kesha in philadelphia on october 6. tickets on sale right now. a set of kentucky twins spent their summer showing it's not just their appearance that's
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philadelphia street, man was shot several times overnight. taylor swift will be a denver courtroom tomorrow, we'll explain. >> a gorgeous start to your sunday tomorrow, but you'll need an -- to your sunday, tomorrow, you'll need an umbrella. >> george stephanopoulos is beautiful, too. >> reporter: he looked beautiful. speaking of beautiful, today's weather is stunning. dog days of august, doesn't feel like that. temperatures this afternoon, the highs top out in the upper 70s low 80s. this is what we're looking at, 79 degrees in millville. 80 for philadelphia. you go a little bit farther to the east on the boards in atlantic city, 79. cape may, 78 degrees, look at the lehigh valley, allentown, 76 or 77 not too bad there. trenton, 79.
lancaster, 79 and reading 78 degrees, the day planner looks like, again we're struggling just to reach 80. 79, 5:00 p.m. the headlines looks like almost fall-like, especially considering how awful the humidity has been over the past five or five weeks. heavy thunderstorm threat tomorrow, the possibility exists for severe weather and flash flooding, as well. i'll be back along in just a few minutes, i'll have the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. gray. >> all right, thank you for the update. shots were fired overnight in philadelphia. one man is in the hospital in serious condition. bullet casings littered the sidewalk on the 5,000 block of north broad street in the city's logan section. police found the man at the scene at 2:15 a.m. with several gunshot injuries. crews rushed the victim to einstein in serious condition.
some of the bullets hit a car that was parked nearby. police have no suspects or motives. delaware county investigators say they are closing in on the suspect who shot three people killing two of them. this is the suspect. these are security camera pictures taken friday night before he left a chinese restaurant at 4th and walnut in colwyn borough. moments later after the video was taken the suspect went outside and got into an argument with three people. he shot and killed two of them, 16-year-old boy and 20-year-old man. investigators believe they are close to making an arrest. >> most if not all the individuals involved in this are from the colwyn area. >> a third person was shot, 15-year-old boy shot in the arm. police in delaware county are investigating the stabbing inside boathouse.
police found the victim dead from the stabbing. police have no suspects or motives in the case. people on board the plane bound to philadelphia from grease thought they were going to crash when they hit extreme turbulence. passengers tell "action news" that flight attendants were serving drinks when the plane started to shake and suddenly drop. three passengers and seven crew members were injured, this morning, faa is investigating. president donald trump remains in bedminster, new jersey where's on a working vacation. he has come under fire for the 17 day from washington in part for his criticism of former president barack obama taking vacations. >> president trump taking a break from the white house as the russian investigation continues to be a topic of
conversation. >> reporter: day one of the president's 17 day working vacation at his luxury golf resort in new jersey, but the essential counsel investigating russian meddling is not taking a break. the special counsel investigators have requested documents from the white house related to former national security advisor michael flynn and questioned whether the turkish government secretly paid flynn for lobbying work. one of the russian officials flynn met with, the former ambassador, defended flynn on a russian tv panel saturday saying his talks with flynn were transparent focused on u.s./russia relations and that the two never discussed punitive u.s. sanctions. while the president is away the construction workers started a $3.5 million renovation.
the oval office being refurbished, the walls now bear, the resolute desk removed so the floors can be refinished. heating and air conclude is being replaced. white house officials say it made sense for the president to decamp for what's being called a working vacation. over the years he den -- denigrated his predecessor for taking time off. this is first full vacation but he has 12 trips to his own resorts 7 to florida and five to new jersey. >> the president's recent announcement to ban transgender in the military was the focal point in delaware county. supports of the transgender community gathered in media, that was organized by delco
indevisible. berks county native taylor swift is heading to court tomorrow to testify against a deejay who groped her at the concert. he was fired following the alleged groping. the radio station said he graduated the morality part of his contact. he is suing swift saying he was falsely accused of sexual assault. dow chemical will merge officially october 31. dow, dupont will trade on the nasdaq. dewpoint employees 6,000
workers. commuters for the boulevard will make a tough commute while crews carry out repair and resurface work. repairs will takes place on the outer lanes of the boulevard tomorrow through thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. friday, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. the work is part of an effort to repair and resurface 12 miles of the boulevard outer lanes. much more to come on "action news" saturday -- sunday morning. items of elvis' hit the auction block. >> plus damage from severe thunderstorms that swept through the south this weekend. >> now looking live through the city hall camera. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast
>> police in florida believe this surveillance video shows ae murder at a resort. police are looking into this man walking into a resort on long boat key. the suspect killed a security guard and clerk were killed. he took off with the drawer from the cash register. fbi are investigating an explosion at a mosque in wisconsin. nobody was hurt, but the mosque wag severely damaged. more than five people had to be rescued in las vegas after heavy rain led to flooding there. streets were turned into fast-moving rivers following the storm.
a man wisely decided to turn around and avoid the high water. some people decided to drive through the flooded streets and got stuck and needed help. more than 8 inches of rain fell in new orleans leaving the streets there flooded, as well. the water was 3 feet deep in areas. it prompted flash flood warnings for the crescent city, the city is prone to flooding because it's below sea level. >> in our area, yesterday was the kind of weather you didn't want to go inside. >> reporter: i had a pool party, my nephew, it was his birthday. all the kids were jumping in and out of the pool. when you got out of the water it was chilly. kind of felt chilly during the afternoon especially with the breeze picking up. as we go live on sky6 live hd. you can see how lovely a shot this is down in cape may. today will be nice if not
better. temperatures in the upper 70s. no humidity, decent amount of sunshine and the boat going by. the radar is crystal clear, as you can imagine. no precipitation today, nice and dry. 6 to the north, low 70s to the south. poconos you're the cool spot getting down to 48. dover, 72 cape may, 73. the only thing you'll see are the high, thin clouds that will stream escrows sky. the sun will beat that. eventually it will lower and thicken. the day looks nice, the gray skies move in after sunset. high, thin cirrus clouds by 3:00 p.m. sun and clouds through the evening hours, overnight tonight, the clouds start to thicken. tomorrow morning here comes the first batch of rain. tomorrow we'll see periods of rain, just about all day long starting at 10:00 or 11:00 a.m. in the city. a little bit earlier than what
this model is showing. by lunchtime we're picking up the heavy, drenching downpours, you can see the coverage expands the whole area by 5:00 p.m. heavy drenching thunderstorms, look at the purple, that means heavy drenching rain. it's continues through the evening hours. after midnight it starts to shut down. that takes us into a quieter tuesday. what you need to know is periods of rain 10:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., southwest to northeast. thunderstorms will be thrown in there, as well. some of them will be strong and severe especially across south jersey and delaware. gusts up to 65, miles per hour. you could see cloud to ground lightning strikes small hail and flash flooding. rainfall totals one to two inches. isolated amounts up or higher than that is possible. unfortunately for us, the grounds is so saturated any kind
of rain at this point is welcomed. we have to watch for flash flooding tomorrow. wednesday out of the west northwest, 5 to 15 miles per there's the high by 4:00 p.m., 80 degrees, 7:00 p.m., 77. hin cirrus clouds, you need to apply the sunscreen on a day like this, you'll think you're not getting sunscreen.ut you are. 79 forecasted high. ocean temperature, 71. musikfest you may need something with sleeves. 73 by 7:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m., 68. 10:00 p.m., 66. father john misty, that's the headliner taking the stage at 7:00 p.m. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 80 degrees sun and clouds, stormy tomorrow,
drenching downpours, severe weather, 75. tuesday, nice, 82. wednesday, pleasant, 84. even thursday, looking very, very nice, combination sun and clouds, 83. irrelevant turns humid next weekend. we can handle those highs, 81 friday, 82 for saturday. >> stormy monday, but no 90s on the map. >> reporter: everybody is working on monday, anyway. >> i'm not. >> me neither actually. thanks chris. this is a gorgeous waterfall in bosnia, these are not tourists they are divers jumping into 72 feet into the river below. elvis is once again in the building there is an online auction featuring the artifacts of the king of rock and roll. 40th anniversary of elvis
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70 degrees out there. feels like fall. meteorologist chris sowers says prepare for rain as you start the workweek, monday not today. we'll let you know if we see any 09s in the seven day. this morning, there's an important alert you need to know about, gm is recalling 70,000 pickups due to a steering defect. gmc said the vehicles can loose power steering assist during low speed turns. that could cause the driver to lose control. you can take the vehicle to the gm dealer and get a free software update. at the "action news" big board, technically speaking, the future of travel is almost here. a prototype pod traveled 192 miles per hour in it's maiden journey in the nevada
desert. it marks the first time hyper loop one has propelled one of it's carriages. the new test breaks previous records including the one set by space x pod design. one of the thrill of owning a ford mustang is the loud noise when you start it up and drive down the road. but your neighbors may not be as excited about it, ford has added a quiet setting, with the touch of a button, you can cut the engine noise in half. take a look at the locker room for the university texas football team. the old name plates have been replaced with fancy 43-inch monitors above the players, they illuminate the players' bio and highlights. it cost ten thousand dollars. the long horns boast the nation's richest athletic
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here's jeff skeverski with the rest of the sunday morning sports. well, well, what else is new, phillies hit another rocky road. one of their best hitters aaron altier has a hamstring injury. phillies starter will need something stronger than the water in his back pocket. he hits the first two batters of the game. it leads to this, 2-run single. first 4 batters reach base. fills fall behind 5-zip. he gives up three more in the third. phillies lose 8-5. they have dropped five straight. nola looks to stop the bleeding in colorado today. eagles are back to work carson wentz and company are back on the field at the their final open practice training
camp after having yesterday off. aaron barnett is going up against all guys, left tackle jason peters in practice, talk about a crash course in the nfl. peters is trying to help barnett develop another move to blow by offensive linemen. >> he works hard he is a good listener. you show him something you see it on film. he'sic maaing progress. >> -- he's making progress. >> it's a good feeling going against one of the best, that will get me ready for the season and the game day. i will will see a lot of good tacklers this year i'm going against the best one. jerry jones says he loves eagles fans, yeah, saying that during his hall of fame speech. jones was inducted into the
football hall of fame. listen eagles fans you may hate jerry, but jerry loves you. >> the dallas cowboy fans are the greatest fans on earth. [cheers and applause]. but i love giant fans, i love eagles fans, i love redskin fans. >> reporter: what did he say did he say he loves eagles fans? >> dallas fans won't like this, how about the union beating up on dallas fc the first ever w against the from an -- franchise, union winning 3-1. they pick up three crucial points in the standings. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a great day! a philadelphia man is showing his love for the eagles in a unique and artistic day. daniel duffy took the name of
every single player who donned a bird's uniform. he created this philadelphia eagles all time roster. 1739 names on this. the picture of green and while eagle, the football is crafted from the namings of all the players. it took more than 6 hours to create this incredible piece of art. >> i like that, that's amazing. >> reporter: 957 much more to come on sunday morning edition of "action news." >> a superstar's twin has farm. we'll have a response from the demon himself after learning of his odd doppelganger. plus, chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, we'll see you after the break.
experiences severe turbulence. >> the wait is almost over, the eagles first preseason game is in just days. you can see the birds in action for yourself today. meteorologist chris sowers has a look at accuweather, just beautiful out there. doesn't feel like summer. >> reporter: i can't believe football season is here already the summer flew by. 74 degrees in philadelphia. most of the areas started out in the 50s first thing this morning. we don't have any humidity, there's a nice, comfortable refreshing breeze blowing across city avenue. 69 in allentown. poconos, 63. dover, 72. cape may, checking in at 73. let's go hour by hour, 80 degrees by 2:00 p.m. everybody else in the 70s. philadelphia the warm spot at 80s. allentown, 65. millville, 77. dover, 76. we'll stop the clock around 7,
we'll see temperatures pulling back in the upper 70s with everybody else dropping back into the mid 70s. it's on the city of philadelphia topping out around 80. everybody else in the 70s. we have cloud cover approaching from the west. pool forecast sun and clouds, comfortable, 76 degrees by 11:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m., 79. the clouds lower and thicken overnight tonight and give way to hefty thunderstorms tomorrow. when i come back i'll have the details in the accuweather seven-day forecast. >> philadelphia police are searching for a driver who hit a woman with a jeep and kept going, the victim dieing from her injuries. >> police say they know what vehicle they are looking for. bob brooks at the intersection of race and 13th street in center city with information on this. bob, what are you hearing from
investigators? >> reporter: it was before 4:00 a.m. the woman was found on race street she was unconscious and unfortunately she could not be saved. this is the 1300 block of race street where this happened. the victim was rushed to had had hanheman sop which is down the street, but she passed away. we have a vehicle description it is important we get this out there so people can keep an eye out. look at the screen. police believe it was a newer model white jeep rubicon. with a tire on the back of it. there will be front end damage to the jeep. if you see that white jeep rubicon call police. people need to keep an eye out, thank you. we're following developing news from the nation's
heartland. strong storms produced tornadoes that left a wide path of destruction. >> at least 24 people were hurt after twister tore through okay okay overnight. they say looked like a tornado that tore through tulsa this morning. it injured a couple of dozen people and knocked out power to 12 house homes. the injured were treated and released for minor bumps and bruises. >> here at home, people were badly hurt in shootings and stabbings overnights. police say they have no suspects in any of these cases. police rushed a 52-year-old man to the hospital in critical condition after being shot after getting off a bus at 3:00 a.m. the man was walking home when he was approached by a man that had a gun. the victim was shot once in the chest. he manages to make it home where he called police. a man was shot and
seriously hurt in a playground in the city's olney section. this shooting happened on the 700 block of duncannon street. a 23-year-old man was shot in the right hip and rushed to the hospital in critical condition. two men who stabbed each other, are hospitalized. the fight spilled out of a bar at hung -- hunting avenue at 1:00 a.m. they stabbed each other, they were taken to temple university hospital. one is in critical condition. there was intense and heart pounding scary moments on board a flight bound to philadelphia from greece. >> passengers and crew members were sent flying during severe weather. trish hartman talked with people on the flight after they landed safely. >> reporter: listening to air
traffic control to clear american airline flight 759 to land. you wouldn't believe the violence that occurred earlier. >> it felt like the plane was in free fall. >> reporter: passengers said the turbulence lasted for 15 seconds as drinks were being served. >> it started shaking and it took a drop, baby screaming people in front of us, hitting the ceiling. there was blood after that they said there was no turbulence on the radar. >> just the plane dropped, a flight attendant, i think she was pushing the cart, in the aisle, if he fall over and the cart fall over her. officials say the plane landed safely at philadelphia international airport, at 3:10 p.m. three passengers and seven crew members were taken to the area hospitals. >> i was grabbing my family that was all around me. >> reporter: that passengers' wife was on board an tweeting
about the experience. turbulence was so insane and unexpected a flight attendant antidislocated his shoulder. -- owe dislocated his shoulder. the plane is soaked, soaked, they will be hosing the plane out for hours. several passengers we spoke with praised american airlines both the crew on board and the airline's response after it happened. faa said they will be investigating the incident. reporting philadelphia international airport, trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> this morning there are new sanctions against north korea over its nuclear ambitions over their continue defines on a ban of testing missiles. it is sanctions include a ban on exports worth a billion dollars. that's one-third of the country's total export rrve --
revenue. ambassador called it a strong step for holding north korea accountable for its behavior. >> monday we said the time for talking was over and time for action. today you'll see action, it will hit hard, but make a point to north korea all the icbm and this nuclear irresponsibility has to stop. >> the penalties were negotiated with china which is north korea's most important trading partner. there's no response by north korea. the global pressure on north korea is backside by trump. he praised china, tweeting the united nations security council voted 15-0 to sanctions north korea. china and russia voted with us, a big financial impact. >> good news for the homeowners following a train derailment and fire in western pennsylvania.
three days after the derailment most of the 1,000 residents have returned. air quality test determined it was safe to breathe. officials reduced the evacuation zone yesterday. there are 30 homes within the zone. the cars derailed and caught fire. officials let the blaze burn outle. staff will be available to help families with the registration process and screen students in need of language services. registration takes place tomorrow morning at 9:30. >> 10:08 a.m., philadelphia eagle eagles are winding down to their first preseason game of the new year. they are holding their final open practice at the linc today. the gates opened an hour and a
half ago. practice is getting underway right now. thursday, the birds face the green bay packers at lambeau field. music continues in the lehigh valley. ♪ last night the legendary group chicago rocked the stage in bethlehem. more than 500 performers are in town for musikfest. most of the performances are tree. musikfest runs through next sunday. you can get all the details at 6abc.com, find out the performers schedule to appear. >> you'll be there. i'll be there. >> if you can't pay for that coffee, no problem, in one pennsylvania town we'll tell you how pay it forward got started
morning. the next of kin have been notified. the cause is under investigation this morning. and today marks the 72nd anniversary of the bombing of the japanese city her hiroshimae bomb nicknamed little boy killed 100,000 people from the blast or radiation poisoning. a ceremony at peace memorial park took place in the city. the mayor called on the government to help make a treaty banning nuclear weapons a reality. the owner of a coffee shop at central pennsylvania has created a way for people to do good for others. there's a cork board hanging in the shop that encourages customers to pay it forward. it started when somebody bought a pate tree and coffee for a frazzled mom. she decided to keep the it going, buy credit to be used for any one by pinning it on the
board. minute who needs to redeem the card can pull the credit off the board and use it. >> very nice outside, is the weather, that's my treat for you. >> reporter: but i'm the one who did it. >> i love how you're both taking credit for it. >> yeah, i know. >> reporter: it's been a crazy stretch of weather, we deserve a couple of days like this that's for sure. let's get you outside looking at the wiggins park, the camden water park. we have clouds upstairs, but it's comfortably cool. refreshing with the breeze. we've lost the humidity, the temperatures are hanging out in the offs and 70s. dewpoint temperatures this is where everything changed. we were in the 0s and 70s for the longest time. poconos 48. very refreshing, very comfortable air. unfortunately it will not be sticking around too much longer today. tomorrow we get into the soup again and then we watch to see what happens, we're waiting for
another system to approach from the west that will bring downpours to the area. even though we get into the soup tomorrow, it doesn't last long, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, we get back into the comfort zone. it's a day of uncomfortable humidity leaves and everything is back to normal again. temperatures 74. 69 in allentown. poconos, 63. millville, 74. cape may, 73. satellite and radar along with action radar, showing a nice quiet mid atlantic portion of the united states. we have spritzes and sprinkles to the west they should stay to the west. these are high, thin clouds, you can see them overspread the skyline later this afternoon, the sun will shine through that, it will be a nice looking day. this is the next system south of kansas city, heavy driving rains near little rock and northeast of dallas and pulling east oklahoma city. rounding the bend and come up the eastern seaboard. it's another dose of heavy rain for us, unfortunately.
some locations could pick up as much as 2, 3, inches of rain. flash flooding is a concern and this part of our viewing area is of concern. future tracker 6, 7:00 a.m., heavy drenching downpours north and west. by lunchtime, the coverage begins to expands. everybody gets in on the act after lunch. some areas could pick up 1, 2, maybe 3 inches. it is this area here salem, cumberland, gloucester and cape may county, from that point south you'll see thunderstorms with gusts up to 60 or 65 miles per hour maybe large hail. tuesday morning that hits the coast, everything dries out and clears. it's one day of concern. lightning high probability you'll see numerous cloud to grounds lightning strikes. heavy drenching downpours, strong winds a concern south of the city, large hail and
isolated tornadoes we'll keep that on the low side. it's an active day coming off a nice quiet day. 78 in reading, philadelphia, 80. millville, 79. allentown, 77. how's that for the beginning of august. trenton, 79. boards in atlantic city, 79. speaking of the jersey shore, let's head on down there. 79 is the forecasted high on the sand you'll have a light breeze out of the southwest, so it will be out your back. 71 ocean water temperature. watch out the green heads anytime you get a breeze at your back, green heads get more active. 08. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows one active day, 75. tuesday, wednesday, thursday, the midweek time frame looks really nice, highs in the low to mid 80s. >> looking good, not you, chris, the weather [laughter]. a service project for an eagle scout turned into a labor of love. >> delaware teen is using 3d
technology to help other children in need of prosthetic hand. wewewalter perez has his increde story. >> reporter: austin lynn said he got the idea after he met a teenager miss ago hands. he learned that prosthetic hands are expensive and not covered by medical insurance. >> they only cover one hand in a person's lifetime, this is a problem because kids grow and they outgrow the hand quickly. enlisted the people with access to 3d printers to make the prosthetic hands. now groups from across the community put them together. lynn said prosthetic hands make a difference for kids who need them. >> opening a door or picking up things, it's hard for them. one of the big things that touched me, they were getting bullied. lynn has been told that bullying drops dramatically for the kids
after they start using the hands. >> after they got the hands, the other kids were talking to them, they were not bullying them any more, it was something out of iron man and thought was cool. >> reporter: the best part printed hands cost $50 to make. walter perez, channel 6 "action news." >> what a great story. there's relief for student loan debt and all you have to do is play a game. it's a pay to play online game that helps students pay off their loans. they are placed in teams of 3, they answer questioned to rack up points, the more you play, the more opportunities to win. >> i a allows us to be able to not just dream about our long term goals and what we wanted to as a career, but to start planning for that. where was this when we were in college. >> representatives show up with
the day when they came upon a bawled eagle off the coast of maine. they thought it was trying to swim. they realized it was having a hard time. they made a makeshift raft and brought the bird aboard the boat and sat where it dried out. they planned to take it to wildlife officials, but once dry it flew off. we all have a doppelganger in the world. jean simmons has one, a texas cow is a week old it's already a star because of the unique coloring on his face, when he wears makeup for the kiss band that's when they look alike. the animal has a tongue wag that may put the rock star to shame. simmons weighed in on twitter
expressing his admiration for the calf. how about this for an impressive groom's cake. it's a replica of stadium oklahoma university stadium. it's decked out with a press box, a picture of the couple on the video board and a stadium full of fans. the couple met after a oklahoma football game. pictures of the cake have been shared ten thousand times on facebook. >> are you kidding me! >> no, we're not kidding you, stacy and shane stewart decided to surprise their children when they were able to adopt their new daughter. they had been waiting since november to adopt their third child, they have two biologic
daughters, the new bundle of joy makes this a family of seven. the girls were overjoyed having an addition to an already large family. they say they are very loving and thankful to the baby's biologic mother and consider her family as well. >> that's my favorite video. >> are you kidding me? >> tell us what you think about the videos by going to our facebook and twitter accounts. >> inside story coming up later on 6abc. here's tamala edwards with a preview. >> reporter: good morning, i always tell you we'll have a great inside story, i'm telling you today, we have a barn burner of a show. august should be good morning, but we dig into politics, it comes down to a referendum of the president. pete rose no longer going up on the phillies wallful fame. there's debate on the panel whether or not his personal indiscretion should have affected that decision. we hope to see you later on
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surfing they do. in this event they are jumped by how long they stand on the board while they ride the waves. >> they are doing pretty good. >> the boxer is pretty good. >> i would like to see our three legged pug do that. >> reporter: my dog would jump off and play with everybody. it's a good day to hit the beach. 80 degrees in the city, 79 at the shore, sun and clouds, low humidity. tomorrow, cloudy skies, periods of rain after the morning commute between 10:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., from that point on periods of rain and thunderstorms drenching downpours and 75. >> your dog has three legs. >>le he broke a leg. we had to get rid of that leg. "action news" continues at noon. a law aims at destructive
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