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which may flare up and cause serious liver problems during and after harvoni treatment. tell your doctor if you've ever had hepatitis b, a liver transplant, other liver or kidney problems, hiv or any other medical conditions and about all the medicines you take including herbal supplements. taking amiodarone with harvoni can cause a serious slowing of your heart rate. common side effects of harvoni include tiredness, headache and weakness. ready to let go of hep c? ask your hep c specialist about harvoni. >> good afternoon it is sunday, august 6. i'm nydia han along with gray hall. >> here's a look at the stories we're following on "action news." police are searching for the vehicle involved in a deadly hit-and-run as we learn more about the victim. >> happening overnight crews rush a man to the hospital after he was shot at a playground in olney. plus the united nations
security council takes action following north korea's missile test. >> those stories, but first let's go outside to meteorologist chris sowers, is it fall, chris? >> reporter: feels like that. good afternoon to you and nydia. we have a gentle breeze blowing a little bit of cloud cover upstairs, it's delightful out here, especially compared to the last several weeks. where we had high humidity levels. 70 in allentown. 64 in the poconos. 75 in dover. cape may, 75. a transport a comfortably cool 73. here's satellite and radar along with action radar, you can see the high, thin clouds approaching from the west in advance of the next system. most of the moisture held back across the ohio valley, some of that gets in here as early as 11:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. especially west of philadelphia. clouds and sun, that's the call from accuweather the rest of the way.
80 degrees is the forecasted high in philadelphia, 79 down at the jersey shore. cooler in the lehigh valley, allentown and bethlehem you're topping out at 77 today. storm tracker 6 live i've set it in motion for you, this is the next day round of rain we're watching getting in here first thing tomorrow, 10:00 a.m., during the afternoon we'll see periods of rain and isolated thunderstorms, some of the storms could produce wind damage and small hail and there's the possibility of flash flooding. a lot of weather to talk about tomorrow, the rest of the afternoon looks nice and comfortable and quiet. again things get active tomorrow. i'll be back in a few minutes and time everything out for you on future tracker 6 and everything in the the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> we have the the latest on the hit-and-run in center city. we know the woman who died after being hit by a vehicle. >> bob brooks has the details on the vehicle police are looking for. bob. >> reporter: nydia and gray we'll get to that vehicle in
just a second, we do know the yft -- identity of the victim. 52-year-old an brodrick who was in the middle of race street when she was hit at 4:00 a.m. she was found unconscious in the street. she was rushed to hanheman down the road from where we are, but has passed away. i want up a graphic and everybody to take a look at the screen. we have acription it's important to get this information out there. police believe it was a white jeep rubicon. top model, it has spare tire on the be front end e to the jeep. it should be easy to spot the
white jeep rubicon, the victim, anne brodrick. police are investigating three separate shootings throughout philadelphia. three in the hospital, two in critical condition. >> the shootings happened within 35 minutes of each other. police are searching for the suspects in each case. in west philadelphia, police tell "action news" a 52-year-old man was walking home from work when a gunman approached him and shot him in the chest. it happened on north olden street he made it home and called 911. he was taken to the hospital in critical condition. a motive for the shooting is not known. in the city's olney section police responded to a shooting at a playground. officers responded to the john l.barrett playground on done -- duncanen street, a 23-year-old
man had a injury to his hip. he was taken to the hospital in the critical condition. north broad street, a man was found with several gunshot injuries he was taken to einstein in serious condition. shell casings were found at 13th and ruscomb street. >> at least ten people were hospitalized after an american airline flight bound for philadelphia experienced extreme turbulence, the violence sent passengers and crew members flying. >> american 359 avenue. >> reporter: listening to american air flight 759 asking to land, you would never expect the turbulence that they
experienced earlier. passengers said the turbulence lasted for 15 seconds as the drinks were being served. >> it started shaking, took a drop, baby screaming people in front of us, hitting the ceiling. there was a little bit of blood, they said there was not turbulence on the radar. >> the plane dropped, a flight attendant was pushing the cart and in the aisle and she fall over and the cart fall over her. >> reporter: officials say the plane landed safely at philadelphia international airport at 3:10 p.m. three passengers and seven crew members were taken to area hospital. >> i was grabbing my family around me. >> reporter: that passenger's wife was on board and tweeting about the experience. -- philadelphia's fire commissioner
tweeted photos of the fire department response with aircraft rescue and other units after the plane landed. several passengers we spoke with praised american airlines, both the crew on board and the airline response after it happened. faa said it will be investigating the incident. reporting at philadelphia international airport, trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> nearly 1,000 bedford county pennsylvania residents have been given the all clear to return home following the fiery train derailment last week. 32 cars of the cfx plane derailed inan. most of the residents have been able to return after air quality tests came back safely.
>> it's frustrating you can't be back in your hometown. >> we're glad for all the help that we have gotten. >> there are 30 homes in the area where evacuation is still in place, they may have to wait a week before they can return home. united security council unanimously passed a resolution that includes a ban on coal, iron, lead an seafood. it could slash the export revenue by more than a third. president trump tweeted his approval saturday calling it the single largest economic sanction package ever on north korea. he continues to stay in bedminster, new jersey, at he insist he is not on vacation. not much has been released how he spent the day. he was spotted greeting wedding
guests at the bedminster golf club. he stopped to take a selfie and waved goodbye and walked inside. >> unique vehicles were on display today lots of people turned out at doylestown central park to check out the vehicles. this is still going on. there's a deejay and fun games, food and much more. it supports hunger prevention and educational scholarships. if you're thinking about going there's still time, it runs until 3:00 p.m. today. a great day for it. >> sunday afternoon, nasa is accepting applications to be a planetary protection officer, one of the entries is making a lot of people smile. >> just how dirty is your kitchen sponge. new research gives you the bacteria breakdown. chris sowers will be back with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, when "action news" at noon continues. so glad you stayed with us,
it's common for kids to dream of becoming an astronaut, one nine-year-old from new jersey took it a step further and applied to nasa. 4 grader jack davis sent a handwritten letter to be considered for a protection officer position. he wrote -- my sister things i'm an alien and his youth will help him think like an alien. nasa sent a letter back and said we hope to see you here at nasa, and they just may. >> reporter: that's how you do it. that's one dream i never had. i've never wanted to be an
astronaut, i've had a a lot real dreams, never an astronaut. i warranted to be a pro baseball player, and here i am. gorgeous in cape may, the high, thin clouds are moving more quickly than anticipated, we are noticing the clouds are thicker here and there. it's a very nice day, temperatures are very, very comfortable, we're seeing low humidity levels. the headlines looks like, 76 degrees is the present temperature reading with a dewpoint of 49. 49, there's no moisture in the air at all. pressure is rising. winds out of the west at 5 miles per hour. temperatures area wide are in the 70s. delightful for the month of august. 70 that's it for the lehigh valley. it's 73 in trenton. 76 in philadelphia. 75 degrees in cape may. of course, let's go back, with all the high, thin clouds streaming in from the west, it's hard to get the temperatures much warmer than what you just
saw, a comfortable day. rain approaching from the west some of it could get in here as early as 19:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. it's in advance this system that was pounding away at the heartland of the nation. first thing this morning we had a severe thunderstorm watch box that expired two hours ago. drenching downpours, that system makes a beeline toward the delaware valley over the next 12 to 24 hours. you can see the general movement south of springfield up the spine of the appalachians over top of us tomorrow morning. future tracker 6, the rest of the way looks pretty nice, combination of sun and high, thin clouds, from time to time you'll see the clouds a little bit thicker and the sunshine shine through. we'll get in here tomorrow morning, the moisture comes in sooner. we have showers by 7:00 a.m. the heavy stuff doesn't start until the afternoon hours that's in the form of pop-up showers an thunderstorms. look at the reds overspread the region. 2:30 p.m., powerful winds, some
of the storms could produce winds in excess of 55 or 60 miles per hour. another round develops by 6:00, 630 followed by another round of 8:00 p.m. or 9:00 p.m. in the evening. that will pass on threw, that will be the last of it until 10:00, 11:00. hopefully things will clear out. rainfall totals, the model will be consistent with this, one to two inches with isolated moornts of -- amounts of 3. the bulls eye is over philadelphia and trenton, 2 1/2 inches of rain. allentown, a little bit more than one, wilmington, a little bit more than one. everybody is fair game for the rain tomorrow afternoon. as far as flooding is concerned, high probability of low lying flooding and creek and stream flooding. looks like the major rivers steer clear. this is the kind of problem we've had for the last week.
the ground is completely saturated you throw on top of it one or two inches of rain you will see flooding problems. clouds and sun today, pleasant finish to the weekend, high temperatures generally in the upper 70s close to 80 degrees when all is said and done. no humidity out there. one more stormy day that's tomorrow, 75. the rest of the week looks okay, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, sun and clouds, all three days, high temperatures in the low to mid 80s. nydia? >> thank you. in "healthcheck" researcher say people who use body mass index to determine they are obese or not may be missing something. you're considered overnight if you're bmi is 25 to 29. but a new study argues it misses half of the people who are overfat. it's not the same as overweight. those overfat have the beer
belly, but otherwise in decent shape. >> it's no secret that your kitchen sponge is a bacteria hot spot, but a new study from germany shows how icky it is. one sponge can contain 54 billion bacteria cells. the risk rises if someone in your house is sick has been handling the sponge. researchers found that mike waving or boiling -- microwaving or boiling sponges don't kill the germs. they recommend that you throw it away and buy one weekly. police in a florida town are investigating a murder they need seen in more than a decade. >> it's now a recovery mission for three u.s. marines who are
draw. the search for three u.s. marines turned from a rescue mission to recovery mission. the marines were on board a helicopter while trying to lands. crews rescued the 23 passengers. officials do not believe the three marines survived and notified their next of kin. >> it's unfortunate, it's a fact of life in military aviation that the mishaps occur. the osprey was conducting regularly scheduled operations when it crashed into the water. a man stranded in the arizona desert for 45 hours is telling his story of survival. >> i love you guys. >> wow this video captured what mike feared might be his final moments. he decided to go on a drive and avoided haste sending him down steep rugged back roads when is
transmission went out. with no cell signal he decided to walk, he found a dirt biker who rescued him. that's quite the story. much more to come on "action news," philadelphia union makes history against fc dallas that's next in sports. fios is not cable. we're a 100% fiber optic network. and with the new fios gigabit connection... you get our fastest internet ever. with download speeds up to 940 megs - 20 times faster than most people have. switch to fios gigabit connection with tv and phone
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disabled list with a hamstring injury. the phils are beat up by the rockies early last night. phillies starter will need something stronger than that bottle of water in his back pocket. it leads to this, first four batters he face, rockies bat around in the first, phils fall behind 5-zip. he gives up three more in the third, he doesn't get out of the inning charged with 8 runs, phillies lose 8-5. they have dropped five straight, aaron nola looks to stop the bleeding in colorado. eagles back to work, carson wentz on the field today at 10:00 a.m. after their final open practice in training camp after a day off. aaron barnett is going up against of 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 lineman. >> he works hard and a good listener, you show him something you see it on film, he is making progress. >> it's a lot going against him. he is pushing me everyday to get better. it's a good feeling to go against one of the best. that will get me ready for the season, the game day, i'm probably going against one of the best ones i'll see all year. >> so much for the eagles and cowboys hating each other. did you hear this? cowboy owners jerry jones said he loves eagles fans, saying that during his hall of fame speech. he won three super bowls since buying the cowboys in 1989. listen eagles fans you may hate jerry, but jerry loves you.
the dallas cowboy fans are the greatest fans on earth. but i love giant fans, i love eagles fans, i love redskins fans. >> reporter: did he says he loves eagle fans. dallas fans won't like this, how about the union beating up on dallas fc for their first w ever against the franchise. union winning 3-1. they pick up 3 crucial points in the standings. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a great day. >> extra -- jamaican sprinting legends bolt ran his final race. he came in third, the winner justin gatlin bowed down to bolt, the current world record holder in the 100 and 200-meters
is the first man to win three olympic goals in the 100 meters. after his race, he said it doesn't bother him that his solo career does not end with a first place win. >> it doesn't change anything in my career. it's time to go. >> he said he is expected to run on the 100-meter relay next saturday which will be the final appearance on any track. >> does this mean i can beat him? >> good luck trying. >> another half-hour of action is just ahead. an effort to combat destructive driving in philadelphia could expand statewide. what are the odds of looking at two lottery jack pots that continue to grow and grow. those stories and the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast and more when "action news" continues.
>> happening right now on "action news," businesses vehicles and homes tumble during severe weather overnight in oklahoma. have you seen this man, the search continues for the suspect in a triple shooting that left two people dead. we have word on lane closures that may impact your morning and evening commutes this week. >> outside we go, chris sowers tracking the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, it's a lovely weekend, it's not going to last, is it chris.
>> reporter: tomorrow we have a day where things get dicey, but we go back into this nice pattern. over the next five to six days there's one day of concern i'll talk about that in a moment. far western suburbs, cuts -- slatington, 63. i'm not sure you will make it to 70 degrees. pottstown, 68. 72 in media. center city checking in at 76. glassboro, 75. gandys beach, 74. tuckahoe, 75 degrees. satellite and radar over the last 6 hours you can see how the high, thin clouds continue to increase to the west. we have showers around the harrisburg state college area. we don't expect any of that to move in today. most of that will stay to the west. tomorrow is a different story with numerous showers and thunderstorms possible. for the remainder of the
afternoon, sun and clouds, high, thin clouds it will be comfortable, 79 degrees the temperature by 2:00 p.m. some locations a degree or two on either side of 79. if you're heading into the lehigh valley later this evening, for musikfest, there you saw it there. temperatures will be quickly falling back through the 60s and looks like father john misty, that's the headliner taking the stage at 7:00 p.m. the weather will be nice and comfortable for that, as well. i will be back in just a few minors and focus on monday's weather and the seven-day forecast. >> this noon, residents across the state of oklahoma are surveying the damage left behind by severe weather including a tornado. >> tulsa fire department tweeted five people were taken to area hospitals following the storm. and this was the scene in tulsa overnight as the rain cage pouring down. take a look at this -- came
pouring down, take a look at this. this was the rest of the tgi fridays, debris scattered across the parking lot. strong winds brought down street lights, take a look at the truck you saw a few minutes ago which was pushed on its side during the storm. nearly 14,000 customers are without power because of the storm. philadelphia police are asking for the public's help finding a vehicle involved in a deadly hit-and-run in center city. police say 53-year-old anne brodrick was found unconscious on the street 1300 block of race street before 4:00 a.m. brodrick was rushed to hanheman hospital where she indicted. police are search be for a newer model white jeep rubiconwith front end anyone with information contact police. search continues for a
person in delaware county. two victims have died. the man is seen in the chinese restaurant in colwyn around 10:30. after he left the business, he opened fire and struck 15 and 16-year-old boy and 20-year-old man. the incident appears to have involved a group of people who traveled to colwyn from southwest philadelphia. >> you had two groups of individuals apparently approaching each other, almost looked like they were posturing themselves for a type of altercation. >> we've learned ten shots were fired, the 16 and 20-year-old victims died. the 15-year-old was sent to the hospital with a gunshot injury is to the arm. >> police in darby, delaware county investigating a stabbing near the boathouse apartments that left a person dead. police responded to find the
victim inside. the victim's identity has not been released. no arrests or motives in the case. happening tomorrow, drivers would take the boulevard should be aware of lands lane closures, the outer lanes of u.s. one will be closed from the bucks county line to red lion road and cottman avenue to 9th street. 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on friday and 7:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. penndot said the closures are necessary for repair and resurfacing operations we'll have more information at 6abc.com. >> well, this may get your attention, pennsylvania lawmakers have introduced a bill to require drivers statewide to go hands free while driving. vernon odem has more on the proposal. >> reporter: in delaware county, suburban adults on their cell cl phones as they travel the busy streets for the moment ignoring or not bothering with hand free
technology. a no, no in philadelphia, evenly for adults over 18. it could be gone with the wind in pennsylvania soon. good for road safety say some suburbanites. >> people don't pay attention when they have that in their hands. >> reporter: the plan is ban drivers under 18 from using the phone at all. >> i think it's not a bad idea for young drivers from using their phones. >> reporter: the bill was introduced in the pennsylvania house last week with a dozen spornlings to -- sponsor to generate traffic safety. >> the accidents with cell phone use in general whether it's on it is phone or texting, it's rampit t. states in the region, new york, new jersey, and maryland and west virginia. here's key wording. quote, no person hall separate a
motor -- no person shall operate a handheld vehicle making a call while the vehicle is in motion. >> i don't drive with a cell phone. if i can make my call, i pull over and make my call. part two -- >> my son 16 got his license yesterday, we talked to him about, he is only 16 not using his cell phone while he is driving. >> the bill's sponsor hospital to have it on the -- hope to have it on the books by the end of the year. the final $50. vernon odem channel 6 "action news." >> the gas price increase seen at the beginning of the summer is in full effect around the are area. according to aaa national average is up to 2.35.
more expensive in the philadelphia area, 2.59. south jersey, 2.39. delaware, 2.30. >> music continues today in lehigh valley, singer father john misty is the singer at 7:00 p.m. on the sands steel stage. ♪ last night the legendary group chicago rocked the stage in bethlehem. you'll need tickets for the headliners. but more than five hundred performers perform free shows at various stages throughout the event. musikfest runs through sunday. i would like to reminds you can get the details about musikfest on our website 6abc.com, find out the performers scheduled to appear and how you can get tickets. there are dueling lottery jack pots that keep growing. the estimated jackpot $346 million and the powerball
is swelling, too. there were no winners in the powerball jackpot. that brings it to $307 million. there was a a 1 million-dollar ticket told in pennsylvania. 11, 21, 28, 33, 45, the powerball 11. >> good luck if you play. the eagles held their seconds and final open practice of the season today. the free event at lincoln financial field gave fans a chance to check out how the team is doing leading up to the preseason game. today's theme kids day. it included junior cheer practice and face painting and whole lot more out there. fans say they are excited for the upcoming season. >> they are a playoff team, they have to stay healthy and work hard, they have great coaches and great opportunity to be in the playoff. >> the first preseason game is this thursday, august 10 at the green bay packers. >> we'll all be watching.
>> much more to come on "action news" sunday an exhibition that impressed in paris, frank for the and amsterdam is in 6abc loves the arts. >> taylor swift is about to make an appearance in a denver courtroom. sky6 live hd taking a look at center city, the weather is so nice, i just love it. we'll be right back.
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>> welcome back everybody, the world's largest bounce house is taking a tour across the u.s. 32-foot high, ten thousand square foot giant inflated castle is in milwaukee. that's huge, right. originally it was built in cleveland, look at that. the designers wanted to take it on the road so folks could experience it. it will visit 15 cities. each time the crew has to break
it down in five sections and put it back together when it arrives at its new destination. >> reporter: we could all get in there. [laughter]. yeah. >> reporter: we have high, thin clouds overspreading the area. it's not as ominous as what the view there appears to be. the sun is shining through that. i tell shaping up to be a nice afternoon. comfortable cool, temperatures in the 60s and 70s which is very rare for the month of august, at least this time of day for the month of august. last couple of weeks it's been a scorcher, high humidity levels and heat. not the case this afternoon, barely sitting at 70 degrees reading and allentown. 64 in the poconos. 675 in cape may. 76 in millville. a couple of showers popping up across central pennsylvania. we'll see the clouds increase throughout the day. clouds and sun, that's the call from accuweather, these are very high, thin clouds, pleasant,
80 degrees is the forecasted high, winds out of the west/southwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. watch how things change heading into tomorrow. the remainder of the afternoon, high, thin clouds overspreading the region. they will lower and thicken overnight tonight. that will set up a dreary day tomorrow. we're starting out with cloud cover, showers tomorrow, light stuff, heavier stuff arrives after lunchtime, you notice the pop ups, yeel -- you'll see the coverage increase, by 2:30 p.m. we'll be talking about rounds for severe weather south of the pennsylvania turnpike. here comes round number two followed by another rounds as we push into the evening hours. each and every round bring heavy rains and gusty winds and small hail. monday night after midnight through tuesday morning everything starts to dry out. tuesday is a day we go cloudy skies early, sunshine during the afternoon. monday is the day of concern,
periods of rain, thunderstorms by afternoon. severe weather possible, storm prediction center has delaware under slight risk of severe weather. pennsylvania points south under a marginal risk. flash flooding is possible. remember the grounds is completely saturated already. we have one to two inches of to fall, isolated areas heavy amounts of 3. there could areas higher than that when you get under heavier downpours. high probability of numerous cloud to ground lightning strikes, winds on the moderate side. downpours on the high side. tomorrow is the day of concern. the rest of the way looks nice. 80 degrees, clouds, sun today. comfortable overnight tonight. humidity increases first thing tomorrow morning. periods of rain, thunderstorms, 75. tuesday looks great, wednesday looks great, thursday looks great. all three days, high
temperatures ranging anywhere from 82 to 83. combination of sun and clouds all three days. friday and saturday, the pattern turns more humid, we see clouds developing and thunderstorm or two. high temperatures, 81 friday, 82 saturday. dog days of august, i think not. >> i like that. thanks chris. all right be an incredibly life like dinosaur fossil is on display in canada. it was found in 2011. it's been identified as a new species. the 110 million-year-old fossil is in great state of preservation allows its skin to be scene. >> the barnes foundation has a new exhibition that features a french artist that features african-american horse riders in philadelphia.
david murphy has 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: it's called urban rider an exhibition that's drawn acclaim in paris, frankfurt and amsterdam. a french algeern -- algerian artist is known for showcasing marginalized communities. for this project he spent a year in the strawberry mansion section working with the fletcher street urban rider club and creating a body of roughly 85 works. >> we have scipt -- scriptures. >> reporter: we have relief made of car parts. >> urban experience when you work in the city. >> reporter: the artist organized a horse riding competition that became the
basis for a film horse day. that's part of the exhibition. >> there are projected on two different walls. >> reporter: both the horses and riders are dressed in costume designed by local artists. as a muslim immigrants living on the outskirts of paris, he focuses on stereotypes surrounding race and economic class. this this this is his first prot in the u.s.s. in the us. for 6abc loves the arts i'm david murphy. ♪
can you believe it's august and 76 degrees out there, sky6 live hd taking a live look at philadelphia international airport. it is 12:50. taylor swift is heading to court, her civil trial against a denver radio host is expected to begin tomorrow. he claimed that he lost his job because she falsely accused him of groping her. she alleged she is the victim of sexual assault and battery. she is seeking a verdict that awards her one dollar. muller is seeking up to $3 million in damages.
29-year-old singer tweeted last night an open letter to his fan in which he has been attracted to men and women since he was 13. he goes on to say this doesn't bring me shame a weight and burden i have held on to for a long time i would like lifted off me. >> appears tiger woods is keeping busy during his hiatus us from competitive golf. he wrote nothing like diving with the kids in albany located in the bahamas where he hosted a golf tournament in recent years. it comes after a month after the golfer announced he was seeking better help for handling back pain for a sleep disorder. a california girl thought they are trip to disneyland was ruined when crook broke into her house.
not only did they make the trip, but she learned there were good people in the world. she was saving up for a year, thieves broke into the home and took the suitcase and the $200 she had saved. they calledder had to police headquarters saying they needed her to identify her stolen belongings, when she arrived they gave her micky cards and one thousand dollars. >> the police officers said not on my watch, we have to make this good for a little girl. >> they gave me a bunch of money, i can't believe it. it was amazing. >> that is amazing a salute to the officers. now andrea ask home from her trip and said she had the time of her life and she cannot believe what the police officers did fore. >> an an inspiration story.
>> recapping our top stories on "action news," philadelphia police are asking for your help finding a vehicle involved in a deadly hit-and-run in center city. police say 52-year-old anne brodrick died after being hit on the 1300 block of race street. police are searching for a newer model white jeep with front end damage. ten people were injured
when an american airline flight from greece to philadelphia experienced sudden violent turbulence. the faa is investigating the incident. the musikfest continues in the lehigh valley. last night chicago rocked the stage in bethlehem. tonight the fun continues with father john misty. musikfest runs through next sunday. i'll be there next sunday for jethro tull. >> reporter: musikfest, 68 degrees by 9:00 a.m. 10:00 p.m., 66. 11:00 p.m., 65. yes there will be a breeze, it may feel chilly at times up there. you might need a light sleeve to keep you warm. 80 degrees today periods of rain and thunderstorms tomorrow. heavy drenching downpours are
likely. maybe flash flooding, 75 degrees, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, the pattern quiets down again, low to mid 80s for the high, combination of sun and clouds, friday and saturday turning humid, temperature wise, 81 and 82 is not that bad. let's hope it stays that way the following week. we'll see. >> chris here's what i am going to do for you. if you can make the weather last throughout the summer i'll talk to the bosses to give you a raise. >> wow, gray is a powerful man. >> finally this noon people were hanging ten with man's best friend at the world dog surfing chip in california. the dogs were scored by how long they could ride, how big the wave and their confidence as they got bonus points for any tricks they managed to do. competition was stiff, but win or lose, the puppies were having a good time. >> pretty good. >> "fyi philly" is next on
channel 6. >> "action news" continues tonight at 6:00 p.m. for gray hall, chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han. have a great sunday! we'll see you back here next weekend. enjoy today, because tomorrow we're expecting drenching downpours. have a good one. it's blinds to go's anniversary summer bogo sale. buy any blinds or shades and take half off your next item. all blinds! all shades! the entire store! buy one get one half off. it's our biggest sale of the year! come celebrate and save. blinds to go. blinds for life.
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saturday/tonight on fyi philly. >> that's like a work of art. >> we savor some new options in fine dining. >> it's simmering now. >> and taste flavors from around the world. >> i like that. >> meet a local jeweler creating magic with sparkling minerals >> great view, food, arts. >> and visit a maker's paradise in south philadelphia. >> there's so much to see once you're here! >> plus we make it a weekend in the brandywine valley. >> this is like an experience for people. >> hi everyone, and welcome to fyi philly. we are at the all new palm restaurant on south broad street. it just reopened after an 18 month, tear down to the studs and rebuild renovation. we are in the new private dining room, ducis rodgers takes us out on the floor and to another new fine dining spot in king of prussia. >> it's extremely iconic. >> since 1989 the palm has been a destination for philadelphia movers and shakers.