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6:00 a.m., thursday, august 17. here's what we're following. >> an ugly confrontation at the frank rizzo statue as thousands take to the streets to show solidarity with charlottesville. >> nobody won the powerball, the jackpot jumps again. >> it's warming up with heat and humidity. >> let's go outside to david murphy and karen rogers has traffic. >> reporter: we have sun coming up over the horizon. things are better at the shore, the rip current risk is now moderate. you need the lifeguards, so follow their advice. satellite and radar shows you a
significant lack of cloud cover. we start out sunny. the additional cloud cover to the west makes its way here and we'll wind up partly sunny overall. 71 in philadelphia. mid 60s in trenton, allentown and reading, a bit humid this morning not too bad in most spots as we look at dewpoints we're in the 60s everywhere outside of cape may. so moderate humidity this morning and probably staying that way through most of the day. here's how we roll, 72 degrees by 7:00. noon, 83. 3:00 p.m., 88 degrees that's the high, if there is a shower today it will be in the midday hours, but mainly in delaware and toward reading look out for that, 85 degrees by 5:00 p.m. humidity will tick up a little bit for the eagles game tonight i'll have that call for you, from accuweather, karen, tomorrow, drenching showers and thunderstorms at times, details ahead. >> reporter: no rain this morning, looking live outside 422 we saw a backup westbound at 23, construction was blocking a
lane, they need backing up picking up the cones off to the side back there. traffic is moving better on 422. the crews return tonight at 7:00. you will be looking for the construction again. we have an accident in franconia township county line road at forest road a disabled vehicle that's causing a problem in cheltenham on mount carmel avenue at roberts avenue. a couple of problems out there, no issues on the schuylkill expressway. look be live city avenue, westbound traffic heading toward belmont. no delays, looking good on the schuylkill expressway, the overnight construction has cleared matt. >> there are growing calls to take down the statue of frank rizzo. thousands gathered to show their support for chore latsville e -- charlottesville virginia and demanding that the statue of the former mayor to come down.
jeanette reyes is at the site. >> reporter: barricades were put up after a man threw eggs at it yesterday morning. no arrests were made. take a live look here, officers remaining here, in fact we saw a shift change they will be here throughout the day. >> they would kill every person in this room. you get that, nobody here is safe from their hatred. >> reporter: thousands took to the streets to do what many around the country think president donald trump failed to do to strongly denounce neo-nazis. >> it's shameful that our president has not denounced them 100%. we're here to say we don't support that. >> i want him to prosecute the people the same way any terrorist would be prosecuted. former law and order mayor is
seen as by protesters has having enforced brutal tactics aimed at african-americans. for many, it is bigger than statues. >> reporter: i'm told by the councilwoman she wants to begin former discussions what she wants to do with the statue. she wants it taken down. meanwhile, there's another side to this issue there is a petition circulating online that garnered 16,000 signatures. the goal is 25,000, once they reach the goal it will be handed over to jim kenny. jeanette reyes channel 6 "action news." >> new jersey senator core booker will introduce legislation to remove confederate statues from the capitol buildings.
the statuary hall features a dozen statues that honor confederate soldiers and politics. a man would say shot around 10:00 p.m. last night. police have not released the details on the condition or suspects. a death investigation is underway in delaware county after the discovery of a body inside a home in newtown square. officials say the body was in the house for an extended period of time there was an odor coming from the house on the 200 block of overbrook drive. two brothers in their 50s live in the home and kept to themselves. >> last week when i was pulling out, the one brother was pulling out he waved at me which was weird because they were not very social. he waved at me, i waved back that was the last i saw them. >> the medical examiner's office has not determined a cause of death yet. >> allentown city council is
making moves to force the mayor out of office. council members voted to higher an attorney to oust the democrat. he was indicted on 54 criminal accounts where city contracts were traded for donations. he refuses to step down and running for re-election. >> new this morning, nobody bought the winning powerball ticket, the jackpot jumped to $510 million. 9, 15, 43, 60, 64 with a powerball of 4. there was one 2 million-dollar winner in texas and five 1 million-dollar winners in california and florida. the power jackpot has rolled over 19 times since june. >> a local ceo is the latest to abandon the white house business council. president trump decided to 86 the whole thing.
maribel aber is live in new york with the market watch report. >> reporter: president trump disbanded two business councils after discovering that the ces were drafting a public statement to dissolve the group. the committee has seen several departures since the response to charlottesville. ceo of campbell soup announced yesterday. the dow to the 22,000 mark. industrial production do out today. back over to you. >> maribel and tam sunny in yellow today. >> a little lift before the rain tomorrow. >> reporter: tomorrow we have periods of rain. distracter double scan shows we're -- storm tracker 6 live double scan shows we're dry right now.
the commodore barry bridge, moderately humid today with dewpoints in the 60s. 64 in allentown right now, though, cool and comfortable there. 64 in reading, 66 in trenton. 67 in wilmington. warmer in philadelphia, 71. down in cape may, 74 degrees currently. dewpoints again are on the lower side. cape may being the exception with the oppressive 73. the rest of the us better than yesterday with low to moderate humidity, in fact the dewpoint if philadelphia is 63 that's not bad at all. future tracker 6 showing us as we go through the day we get cloud cover developing, down south in parts of delaware maybe in reading, at times in lancaster there's a chance of an afternoon shower. that doesn't look like it last that long. straight into 9:00 p.m. most of us stay dry. up in the lehigh valley partly sunny, humid today but not too bad, 86 degrees. down the shore, more humid the
farther south you go, the big story at the shore we have moderate risk of rip currents not the high risk yesterday as the hurricane is getting away from us. still want to swim near the lifeguards, it's a good day on the beach, sun and clouds, don't go in the water, the the lifeguard has his eye on you. 88 degrees sun and clouds not too bad. here's the eagles and the bills tonight. it will get muggy in philadelphia as the game goes on and the evening hours roll in. it is likely dry. 81 degrees if the first quarter. players will sweat a little bit, but they do that. 73 degrees in the overnight hours tonight, more clouds building in, overnight into tomorrow morning there's a chance of a spotty pop-up shower or thunderstorm. future tracker 6 picks it up at 6:00 keeps it rolling through at 9:00. i can't vouch for the exact time
and placement on the model. the idea during the morning commute there could be drenching showers and thunderstorms around. in the afternoon we get into lull and later in the day another batch of showers and thunderstorms come through. more drenchers in the afternoon and evening that get off the coast by 10:00 p.m. could produce gusty winds. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 88 not too humid, 87 is tomorrow's high. at times in the morning and later in the day, a drenching shower or thunderstorm ask possible. saturday things get better. we start out sticky in the morning, but humidity drops in the afternoon we'll take out the chance of showers, that's good. sunday is beautiful, high 80s, low humidity. eclipse monday, 89. sun and patchy clouds, you get you're approved sunglasses on and a lot of us will get a look at the eclipse. >> 80% totality. a car chase takes an
unexpected turn when the thief climbs on a crane. >> it's game over for nintendo's biggest fans who is parting with a collection worth $20,000. >> reporter: looking live in exton, chester county. on going construction zone. no extra work here. 202 at the 30 bypass. we'll look at i-95 and see if we have slowing yet when "action news" comes right back.
bridge, the sun coming up. a lovely start to your thursday, 6:17 a.m., 71 degrees. >> what would people be looking out for on the highway, karen. >> reporter: we have debris, it's on i-95, the camera is shake -- shaking. penndot is heading to the scene blocking the right lane northbound at cottman. meanwhile, southbound you have the normal volume. we have a disabled vehicle on mount carmel avenue at roberts avenue watch for that in chipotlen -- cheltenham. accident in franconia township county line road cleared. westbound they were working on the sign repair 159 westbound
exit 8 mercer county. a major highway to be blocked. stick to 33. winslow township ac expressway route 73. we have construction cones blocking the right lane, could cause delays during the morning rush. at the moment, it's light volume. visibility reports .8 in atlantic city. 3 mills in lancaster. ten miles at philadelphia international. no big problems there. currently in the upper 50s in quakertown. 71 in center city. heading up to 88 matt. >> we'll be ready. this suspected car thief died after falling from a loading crane over the port of los angeles. police spotted the man driving the stolen suv yesterday. the man climbed up the crane and took off his clothes and shoes, police waited for him and tried to convince him to turn himself in, the man ended up falling 160 feet to his death.
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shoshanna with "action news" fitness tip. we love to work out booty. right girls? let's get to it. right leg hovers over the left. tap the right knee down, knee and toe. this is where you get into the outer glute. hang in there. on the right 3 sets of 15. on the left side don't forget it. don't leave it out. you will be feeling it. >> reporter: i feel particularly bad i sit and watch, eating popcorn, you go shoshanna. i should actually do it. >> reporter: i can't see, well. >> reporter: let's check the roads, i-95 at the girard point bridge, expect extra traffic here as eagles fans head toward the link. northbound traffic heading toward broad street. the again benefit is looking good, there you are ben.
westbound traffic coming up into the city. no big delays, maybe a few more cars than half-hour ago. >> reporter: in the weather center we're looking at temperatures, that are warm, 71 in philadelphia. 67 at the airport in atlantic city, 74 degrees in cape may. if you're out jogging this morning, a little bit on the humid side you will want the cool drinks you can see by 9:00 we're up to 76 degrees. 81 by 11:00. noon, 83 degrees. it's going to be a warm one today. later in the afternoon around 3:00 p.m. we're going for a high of 88 degrees a little above average, overnight low, 73 also above average. tam, any showers probably down in delaware, today. >> good to know, thank you, david. late night munchies could be bad for your skin and waistline. according to researchers, eating at the wrong time of day disrupts the intern clock which
reduces -- internal clock which reduces the protein that blocked harm and feel radiation, dine early if you want to head tout catch rays later. eagles second preseason test is tonight they host the bills at the linc. carson wentz will play a series maybe two. alshawn jeffrey is expected to play. he missed a week of practice while nursing a shoulder strain.
>> can you believe this visitors are setting up camp along the path of totality for monday's solar eclipse. >> while there's plenty of facination with the event there are people who fear it. >> reporter: for astronomers and many eclipse watchers, the total eclipse on august 21 means nothing more than an extremely rare occurrence of the moon casting a shadow on the earth. many believe it means doom. >> it wasn't just a threat on the sun or the moon, but the universe in reversal what order life is supposed to be. >> i think biblically and pro federal budget i -- propheticaly is huge. >> reporter: this solar eclipse to cross the united states in 99
years is a message from god. >> reporter: david meade author of planet x said it is a look at the end of the world. traffic in the eclipse zone could be a disaster four times worse than a normal day. have you seen the astrong -- astronomical prices for room are going for $1,000. >> we want to make sure we have our power plants in reserve that take up the slack when the eclipse is happening. >> reporter: if power takes a hit and wi-fi is overloaded on the day of eclipse that will signal dooms day for hundreds ever thousand also. abc news los angeles. >> and we have a special
section of our website dedicated to the solar eclipse. find best places to reach the path of totality. there's eclipse viewing parties across the region. >> we'll get through it. >> it will be fine. >> 6:27 a.m., humidity and humid are coming back, david murphy has the call from accuweather next. >> road-rage murder suspect who made national headlines will be back in a west chester courtroom. a live report on the hearing is up next.
rage attack because he was honking his horn. >> good morning, everybody, august 17, 6:30 a.m. david murphy has weather and karen rogers has traffic. >> reporter: the humidity has dipped in philadelphia which is nice. the rip currents down the shore, yesterday we had a high risk all over the oceanfront. now it's yellow and moderate risk of rip currents. you have to swim near the lifeguards. follow their advice there could problems. it's not as bad as yesterday with hurricane gert farther away from us. satellite and radar shows us lack of of significant cloud cover. we'll start out with sunshine and additional cloud cover sweeps in later in the day. 71 in philadelphia. 64 in allentown. nice and cool and comfortable. 66 in reading, 74 in cape may. and your dewpoints are
continuing to dip. we're down to 63 in philadelphia. that's just a few degrees above the 60-degree threshhold as we begin to talk about humid air. millville, dover, cape may, the higher numbers indicate higher humidity. 83 degrees by noon. we'll warm up in a hurry. a toasty high of 88 degrees at 3:00 p.m. before we fall back to 81. partly sunny, humid as we go through the day, more so down south. there's a chance of a shower in delaware today, but karen, tomorrow a better chance of everybody at least at times seeing a drenching downpour and maybe a thunderstorm. details coming up. >> reporter: we're worry about that tomorrow. the morning commute is dry. we have debris blocking a lane i-95 northbound at cottman. it's cleared. southbound we have building volume no big deal just yet on i-95. we have a disabled vehicle in
cheltenham roberts avenue. patco emergency schedule that could cause slowing because of that. they had work equipment that derailed. issues with patco this morning. an accident causing problems in cape may, route 9 is block at stone harbor road, the accident brought down a utility pole. stick to the parkway instead of route 9 right now. >> thank you karen. new this morning, philadelphia police officer wrecked his cruiser trying to avoid another car. it ended up striking a parked vehicle on the 5100 block of baltimore in southwest philadelphia around midnight. the officer was not seriously hurt. a barricade surrounds the statue of frank rizzo. police clashed with protesters who branch off with a larger more peaceful demonstration. jeanette reyes is live with the latest on what's going on.
good morning, jennette. >> reporter: thousands of protesters are gone, but the officers remain as do the barricades. take a live look behind me. we saw a shift change an hour ago, i am told egg was thrown at the statue. swells paint ball they will remain throughout of the rest of the day. the demands that the frank rizzo statue near city hall be taken down intensified as thousands took to the streets. the rally was organized in the wake of the deadly violence that broke out in charlottesville. black lives matter protesters chanted down with the rizzo statue. him forepersonner law an order mayor is seen by protester as having enforced imriewtle tactics -- brutal tactics that
were aimed at african-americans. >> reporter: in attends was candidate for district, larry krazner. >> we don't like nazis this was a group of people we had to go to war with. >> there was tension between protesters and police officers. no arrests were made. there's a petition circulating online that garnered over 16,000 signatures that group wants the statue not removed, but they are willing to have it relocated somewhere else. we'll continue following this issue it's a debate we've seen before in years past it's continuing. jeanette reyes channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. a candle light vigil was held on the campus of the university of virginia last night. marchers gathered in the same place where hundreds ever torch
carrying white nationalists rallied in charlottesville last night. a road rage case that shocked the region enters a new legal phase. police implored the public who shot and killed an 18-year-old girl in chester county. katherine scott is live in west chester with a preview of the court hearing today. >> reporter: this is the case that left people across the area stunned, david desper has remained in prison denied bail. he faces a judge again today for his preliminary hearing in west chester. let's go to video. you can see a picture of david desper of trainer was arrested and charge with first degree murder and related charge in the death of bianca roberson. she had just left the mall june 28th after shopping for college clothes. she was traveling southbound on
route 100 when the two were trying to merge into the same lane. they were jockeying for position when desper pulled out a gun and shot the 18-year-old in the head. he fled her car veered off the road and crashed. police and county officials launch a search, tips flooded in from the public and less than a week, desper was charged. his preliminary hearing was previously schedule own postponed until today. "action news" will be in the courtroom to bring you all the latest developments. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> thanks, katherine. 6:36 a.m., new on "action news," a driver came under attack in berks county for honking at double parked cars. this road rage incident happened in reading at 5:30 p.m. a group near the illegally parked cars confronted the man who honked at them, they opened his car door and stabbed him several times.
the victim's young son was in the back seat. he was not hurt. the stabbing victim is expected to survive. new this morning, one of the victims injured in an explosion of a delaware pumpkin competition has filed a federal lawsuit. a trap door blue off the event and -- blew off in the event. she was producing a television special for the discovery science channel. the special was the canceled after the accident. >> the birds return to the linc for the second game of of the preseason. willlesean mccoy tweeted p-a boy landed back home. carson wentz will play a series or two, fans are hopeful for jeffrey debut, as well. >> first home game, but not
football weather. >> reporter: it's preseason football weather. is what it is. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows you blips of green hear and there. that's ground clutter. no rain, sunshine up nice and bright over the ben franklin bridge. the humidity is in the process of dropping a little bit. 71 degrees in philadelphia. the dewpoint has dipped from the upper 60s down to the low 60s that's an indication that the air drying out. northeast wind is light at 5 miles per hour. ocean temperature, 76. future tracker 6 shows you between now up until 2:00 p.m. in the afternoon there's a chance of a pop-up shower or rumble of thunder mainly south and west of philadelphia. i wouldn't be surprised if something creeps into lang and reading, as well. most of that is suppressed to the west. we'll see clouds get thicker later today and tonight. warm air in place, 73 degrees by
8:00. 79 at 10:00 p.m. low 80s by noon, high of 88 at 3:00 p.m. humidity leaves moderate and not too bad across the region. the farther south you go toward the shore, the stickier it will be. high temperatures north to south, allentown through trenton, millville, looks like mid to upper 80s there. down the shore low 80s in cape may and the boardwalk. things are improving on the beach. we don't have a high rip currents risk, but a moderate risk, you want to swim near the lifeguards and look out for the flags they post on the beach. remember that the surf can be heavy enough to cause back and neck injuries. not a great idea to go too far out in the water. 7:10 the eagles take to the field with the bills. 81 degrees for the firth quarter, 77 in the 4th quarter. it's dry, but warm and muggy as
the evening goes on. tomorrow morning between 5:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m., the rush hour could be hinder by a passing shower or thunderstorm as we get a front that's starting to approach the region and ahead of it we'll get a trough that produces some of the morning issues. we'll get a lull for a while. looks like in the afternoon after 2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m., we'll look out for another line of showers or thunderstorms ahead of front coming in. some of these could produce drenching downpours and gusty winds. the model has this in philadelphia around 6:00. the model may not have the timing right. sometime in the afternoon or evening we get that. later tomorrow night it's off the coast. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 88 partly sunny and warm, moderately humid. sticky overnight tonight. downpours tomorrow 87 degrees is the high, can't rule out a gusty thunderstorm or two. saturday, it's humid in the morning, during the afternoon the humidity drops just like we've seen this morning it will
be comfortable in the afternoon on saturday, hot high of 90. 88 and low humidity on sunday, eclipse monday looking at a high of 89 sunshine and patchy clouds. if we're properly prepared with the special glasses can probable take a look at the eclipse on monday. >> new video in 6:41 a.m., a truck driver survives a fiery wreck thanks to the help of strangest. >> a true diamond in the rough find out where a woman's lost engagement ring turns up a deck later. >> reporter: we have sunshine and sun glare delays, 422 eastbound traffic slowing from the curve to 23. we have details on an accident that's causing a road closures i'll have the run down for you when we come right back.
>> 6:44 a.m., karen rogers truly wants you to get to work on time. incht do, i care deeply. i'm late everyday, you shouldn't be. this is the schuylkill expressway at the curve here. we have beautiful sunshine, sun glare in spots. eastbound traffic heavy from the blue route to the curve and past the boulevard to the girard. westbound past the boulevard to gladwyn. no major delays, but getting heavy. the roads are dry and clear. 9 miles per hour on the schuylkill expressway westbound pretty muching the boulevard. i-95 -- approaching the boulevard. i-95 not bad, 55 miles per hour. eagles preseason game you'll see extra congestion in south
philadelphia at 7:00 p.m. robinsville mercer county they had to shut down 195 westbound at 539 a truck accident brought down a sign. they are out there doing the repairs. watch for that 1259 westbound. stick to 33. middletown township an accident brought down a utility pole at stone harbor road. stick to the parkway instead of route route 9. part of south jersey, fog 3 miles at atlantic city airport. 2.5 in millville. 59 in quakertown. 71 in center city. we're 64 in browns mills. 70 in dover. heading up to warm and kind of sticky 88. >> thank you. there is still no sign of the five soldiers who crashed during an army helicopter
training exercise. the blackhawk lost visual contact with another chopper off hawaii wednesday night. rescue crews from the fire department are on the scene. they found parts of the fuselage and helmet so far. the pilot and three crew members are unaccounted for. new video from kansas captured the moment when a truck obliterated itself when it smashed into a highway barrier on interstate 435. fell drivers pulled the driver from the truck before police and medics arrived. >> a canadian woman lost her wedding ring in the most unlikely place and found it inside a carrot. mary gram lost the ring weeding the garden in alberta. her daughter found the ring harvesting carrots at the farm.
>> time for a preview of "good morning america." >> charlotsville related protest in philadelphia and around the country. robin roberts continues our coverage with this, what's going on. >> reporter: backlash growing stronger for president trump after his response to the charlottesville violence. ceos breaking with the president, as steve bannon speaks out against white nationalists. we'll have more on the peaceful vigil hundreds holding candle singing songs of hope. the parents of heather heyer had to say as they honored their daughter's memory. a young woman found alive after being in the wilderness
for 25 days and how she survived as questions remain about her disappearance. game of thrown actors are here live coming up on "g.m.a." why do i talk like this when talking about game of thrones. >> you had to do that last story i would have been there. all about that show, we talk about it all the time. [laughter] you're one of those. >> i'm one of those. >> dragons everywhere. >> reporter: you're one of those people. >> a thrown watcher. there's nothing wrong with it. >> reporter: you need to get me into it, too. let's check the 30 bypass, i'm into sun glare. a little slow approaching 340 to 113 heading toward downen -- towning town.
patco on emergency schedule derailed work equipment that's causing problems. >> reporter: warm? spots, 71 in philadelphia. cooler in allentown and trenton and reading, 67 in millville. 74 in cape may. as we roll through the day, 83 degrees by noon. 88 is the high at 3:00 p.m. if we see a shower it's likely down in delaware, maybe over toward lancaster and reading for a brief time this afternoon. for the eagles tonight. looks like it's going to be a warm one at the ballpark. we've got 81 degrees for the first quarter. 77 for the 4th quarter. you can see how we're looking warm and muggy and dry for the eagles. i want to take a look at the travel forecast. we have a thunderstorm that's popped up down in dallas fort worth. no major delays right now. that could drop later. >> ceremony first pitch was a bit outside, watch the boston red sox fan heave the ball and
sailed over home plate and pelted a photographer in the worst possible place the fan was cringing after seeing where the ball ended up. >> if you're looking for a unique vacation experience how about flying to bangkok. the hospital promise a look at the feel of a real jail. fun anything about a thai jail you would not wanted to this. guests are given striped pajamas and mug shots. the owners say they were inspired by the 1994 film shaw shank redemption.
>> tom stories 6:56 a.m., there are growing call to say take down the statue you -- statue of former mayor frank rizzo. some protesters clashed with police demanding the memorial to rizzo to come down. >> reporter: let's check the roads i-95 ben franklin bridge southbound jammed from bridge to girard. you see the green number, 18 minute ride you're okay dave. >> reporter: all right, karen we have an issue at the shore, moderate risk of rip currents. 88 is the high. humidity only on the moderate
good morning, america. president trump lashing out this morning as more top ceos take him on and abandon him. his elite advisory council shutting down after he blamed both sides for the vice in charlottesville. [ chanting ] >> reporter: overnight hundreds turning out for an emotional vigil. also new this morning the president's chief strategist steve bannon, surprising new comments overnight about the violence overnight and white supremacists and whether the u.s. has any leverage over north korea. fast-moving wildfires threatening the west. closing in on homes forcing evacuations. as multiple tornadoes tear through the heartland. fierce winds tossing semis. now that dangerous system is on the move. millions in its path this morning. miraculous