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you, it's 5:00 a.m., saturday, february 3. >> right now on "action news," counting down to kickoff. security for tomorrow's super bowl is ramping up. "action news" gives you an exclusive look at the hitech measures that keep the u.s.
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stadiums safe. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast and what's in store for the super bowl. tomorrow is the big day. tomorrow is the wet day. we're talking about cold temperatures and we're tracking a system that's down in the deep south that will stroll in here and bring wet weather to the area. 4 degrees in the poconos, 18 in philadelphia. 11 in millville. trenton. for the most part, the winds have eased up. we're seeing winds anywhere from 35 to 10 miles per hour. with temperatures as cold as they are that puts feels-like temperatures in the single digits. 3 degrees in allentown. 5 in trenton. 7 in philadelphia. ten below in the poconos, 11 degrees in millville. satellite and radar showsest, some of the moisture the leading edge of the moisture tomorrow the system is starting to show up across the ohio valley and the southern portions of the great lake states. forecast for today, sunshine to
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start, high, thin clouds stroll in later on. cold out t with the wind it will feel like the 20s. that's the forecast for today, when i come back we'll focus on the rain that's heading this way tomorrow. i'll time it out on future tracker 6 and have the forecast for minneapolis and what to expect there tomorrow, as well. >> one day to go before super bowl lii kicks off. the eagles are done with practicing. the next time they take the showdown in minneapolis against the defending champions new england patriots. >> reporter: eagles are excited to take on the patriots. >> it's in the dome, i'm excited to be part of it. >> i'm excited to see the crowd turn out. the new stadium, i've never been in the new stadium, i've heard
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good things about it. >> it's going to be a big roar and the stadium will be rocking. i'll get on the sidelines and i will focus. >> nfl hall of famer, brett farve will speak to the eagles today. eagles head coach doug pederson was the backup quarterback on the packers team. ducis rogers and jamie apody is in minnesota preparing for the big game. >> reporter: we never thought the game would get here, this week or ever, but now we're on the cusp of history. doug pederson told them to stay loose and enjoy the moment and they have been doing just that as they get ready for the biggest moment of their careers. the eagles made it a point to keep things light this week from dancing to donning wrestling
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masks. this team is focused on fun. bring up tom brady and the patriots, that mood changes quickly. >> they have done a lot of great things, they are not here by mistake, we're not here by mistake. if we make this about the patriots, we might as well pack up and go home. >> reporter: the birds are not intimated, they are not in awe, but they see what they would like to be some day a dynasty. >> can't comprehend the numbers, in order to be the best, you have to beat the betts betts -- best. >> there's not going to be an easy yard to be gained, we have to work for it. everybody has to play well. this is not a game where we can have one group that's not really playing as well as they are capable. >> reporter: later on the birds
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hold a walk through u.s. bank stadium, because they want to take it in. next stop super bowl sunday. >> sunday, doug pederson told his players enjoy the moment because you never know when it might come again. ducis rogers jamie apody channel 6 "action news." >> parking restrictions here go into effect tomorrow at 2:00 a.m. there will be no parking around city hall or the either side of broad street from arch to pine or dickenson to oregon avenue in south philadelphia. nobody can park in the median, either. the restrictions are enforced until 3:00 a.m. monday. inside the stadium in mn -- minnesota some security will be focused outside the stadium. >> sharrie williams got a look at the extensive security already at work. >> this is basically a large x-ray device on wheels.
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>> reporter: this large contraption is used to inspect vehicles and containers, part of a elaborate screening system set up on the minnesota fair grounds. everything that goes inside the stadium must go through here first. they explain how the high piece equipment works. >> the driver make a pass and they will review the images inside the vehicle and make sure there's no inconsistencies. >> reporter: "action news" has shown you all week how federal agents are keeping minneapolis safe from the sky and ground. doug harrison heads up the security operation and said his officers are working around the clock. >> they are here they won't be on the couch watching the game on sunday, they will be here insuring that everything that goes into the stadium on the secure area is safe. >> reporter: sharrie williams
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channel 6 "action news." >> of course, thousands of eagles fans are heading for minneapolis to see the super bowl live and in person. take a look at this, this plane is jammed packed with easily faithful on the team. the team is known for its loyal following. trish hartman talks to eagles fans making the trip for some of them it was pure luck. are there stories come your way at 5:30. sarah bloomquist is part of the team covering the super bowl, look for her live report on "action news" at 9:00 a.m. don't forget you can catch "action news" tonight at 5:00 p.m. walter perez anchors our coverage. we have on 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 and noon tune into "action news" for live reports and "action
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news" from philadelphia and minnesota will wrap up "action news" at night on sports sunday. police are investigating a shooting at a bar in west philadelphia, the west side tavern after 6:00 p.m. a heavy police preference could be seen inside. no word on the condition of the victim or what led to the gunfire. a man accused of killing university pennsylvania student blaze burnstein has been arraigned. it happened during the christmas holiday while 19-year-old burn teen was home to california for winter break. bail for $5 million. chopper 6 hd was over a house fire last night. the fire spread to two neighbor firefighters were able to get it under control. there were no reports of injuries. >> we have much more eaglest on
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"action news" saturday morning. ali gorman takes a look at how compassionate coaching and the underdog mentality is working for are the birds. jeff skeverski looks at super bowl losses and the current team is using that as motivation. >> we're catching up with an eagles super-fan. hear from the life long season ticketholder who played a role in the nfl draft. >> reporter: it's cold this afternoon with highs in the upper 20s. it chilly today. rain moves in tomorrow and we'll have theev forecast right after this.
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bowl lii.tures on broad street with the entire bridal party wearing eagles jersey over their formal think they will bre eagles good luck. >> everybody is cheering and everybody is excited. the set is green. we're excited about the weather today. >> reporter: we'll survive it. let's go over to the weather center. it's cold, and dry with sunshine. tomorrow it warms up, but we're seeing rain move in from the west that will put a damper on some of the plans here. super bowl lii taking place tomorrow. patriots taking on the eagles. if you have anything planned super bowl parties, things like that, rain rolling in. 43 degrees during the game, 42 or so. afterwards when the game is coming to an end, the rain holds over to 10:00. the temperatures into the low 40s and upper 30s sunday
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night. temperatures this morning are blustery and cold. it's only 18 degrees in philadelphia with a dewpoint of 2. winds are light out of the west at 9 miles per hour. when the temperature is this cold, even the slightest breeze puts the feels-like temperatures in the single digits. it's 18, but feels like 7. 4 degrees in the poconos. 15 up not northwest. trenton, 14. 21 in cape may. dover, 16 degrees. millville, 11. atlantic city checking in at 15. wider we go, it's only 14 in minneapolis. by the way tomorrow, should be the coldest super bowl ever played in the united states with the temperature 14 degrees. cincinnati, 19 degrees, raleigh, 21, atlanta, 32. there's cold air across the eastern half of the u.s. as the next system comes in it
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will shove the cold air back up. mild temperatures arrive this time we'll have rain with the snow up in the lehigh valley and the poconos. you can see moisture out here, this batch will push east over the next couple of hours. future tracker 6, later this afternoon, temperatures ranging between 32 and 34 with sunshine to startnghe day, the clouds lor and thicken overnight tonight. tomorrow morning looks all right. it's going to be chilly and cloudy. the rain holds off until midday. by 1:00 p.m. we'll stop it there. you can see the rain pushing through the far western counties at that point. look how far north the rain/snow line is at that point. we're not talking about snow to the western suburbs, it will be confined to the northern portions of the lehigh valley and the poconos. this is a cold, steady rain tomorrow afternoon. 5:00 p.m., steady rain heavy at times.
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11:30 this should be coming to an end. by region, the poconos, i may lower that a little bit. looks like you'll mix and changeover for a time up there. let's say 2 to 4 for now, let's say lehigh valley, an inch to a coating. for the metro region, rain. 34 in allentown. millvill overnight tonight, cloudy and dry, temperatures in the 20s. 27 in philadelphia. 24 in allentown. 26 in dover. toms river,weather seven-day forecast, shows again, the rain moving in tomorrow afternoon through the evening 44. then another cold one comes in here monday, high of 35. tuesday we bounce it back up again, 43 cloudy skies. wednesday, rain, 50. thursday, sun, chilly, 40.
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friday, mostly cloudy and 34. >> a loyal eagles fan in bucks county has received a special gift. andy reid, the same n formle eagles coach once again has a giant eagles sign in the front yard of the home in as stolen, and reid's center made the ago. the sign was replicated and delivered the sign. glad they got it back.
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>> so glad you stayed with us, time 5:18 a.m., after weeks of contentious buildup, the republicans releasing the page memo, the fbi failed to tell the fisa court judges that the request was based on the
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steele dossier for by the hillary clinton complain. devon nunes is trying to convince everyone that the investigation was flawed from the start. adam schiff document is. president trump was asked about it. >> i think it's terrible. it's a disgrace, many people should be ashamed of themselves and much worse than that. >> president trump is not charactering firing deputy attorney general, rod rosenstein. the economy added 200,000 jobs in january. the unemployment rate stayed wos
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rose at the fastest pace in 8 years. the jobs spooked investors that money could spark inflation. >> that ovation followed a bad day. wall street went into the tank, the worse day since president trump tooke. stocks fell 666 points. >> you can get a discount all you have to do is bring in a cad bank to get a 20% discount on the admission. battleship new jersey is open tomorrow anticipate on weekends all through february and president's day. folks who up wearing eagles gear will receive a discount on admission, the
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constitution center will show support for the team by staying light lit up in green this weekend. a life long eagles season ticketholder that is a story to tell abo season. trish hartman caught up with her in northeast philadelphia. >> reporter: for dale, this magical season sta other. >> the eagles fans singing the victory song. >> dale was chosen by the eagles to hand the first round pick to chairman roger goodell on stage. >> we would give our shirts and clap and yell for the other team. >> dale is an administrator at
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thunderbird lanes in philadelphia. while she is not going to minneapolis, she did get an invite to send off the team at the nova care center and snapped this pictures the jersey they ge dale during the envelope draft, this is the jersey she wears every single game. this is the jersey gale will wear when she watches the super bowl this sday. do you think your mom is a lucky charm? >> yeah, wow, we never thought we would get this far. gale's plan for the big day, jumping up and down with friends. >> season ticketholder since 1961. i love it. >> we'll be right back.
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>> turning tospirit we ask thae to show your love for the home team by showing your pictures and videos. here some of the ones you already sent. this is monty-g philly. this is sara, she loving high es today. and hey, look this cutie right here, gigi has worn the same eagles shirt for a long time. this is cutie girls right here. look at shady lane she is so cute. we have one more, 6abc "action news," i have my shoes ready for
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the super bowl. let's go eagles! i was at benjamin rush academy in the middle east. i saw lots of eagles colors there. you can share your photos and videos on 6abc action and facebook and instagram. >> eagles enthusiasts are taking their activities of the big game and spreading good l and giving back to u communities that the team is serving in. >> we like to serve the under
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served communities. >> reporter: this group of friends have been to charlotte and new orleans and loss los an. this weekend their philanthropy takes them to a soup kitchen in minneapolis. >> we'll be putting meals together for the children that will be shipped out to the local communities. >> where we are enjoying ourselves and to be able to give something back and not just take from the community, the communities we go to makes such a difference. >> and while the 2005 road trip to the super bowl didn't end with a championship win they are hoping this year if anything, people will see eagles fans are more than a negative stereo type they are portrayed as. >> most eagles fans are high-character people, it's the passion we have, we're briin pas
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and local communities. >> reporter: they say doing the annual service project is always special, but if the team wins the super bowl, the following day it might make it just a little bit sweeter. christie ileto channel 6 "actiot story. eagles fans get a bad rap. that's the true image. >> loyal fans give back. >> true. >> we'll see you back here after the if you're anything like me, your to-do list just keeps growing. (laughs desperately) it never stops. which is why the online financing application at is so convenient. get some of that finance stuff out of the way from wherever you are, at the doctor's office, karate practice or my favorite... back at the doctor's office.
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playing a sweet tune theriding . the game 37 hours away. >> we'll have much more eagles coverage, but first let's get a look at what's in store for the weekend and the super bowl party with meteorologist chris sowers, hi chris. >> reporter: good morning, nydia. it's a 50/50 day between the two weekend days. we'll see a decent amount of sunshine today, blustery an cold. rain moves in tomorrow. warminster, 14 degrees. lake harmony, 4 above z newtown, 16. over the other side of the delaware river. glassboro, 16. 12 in vineland. 17 in fortescue. 14 degrees in hammonton. not much of a breeze this morning, it will pick up a little


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