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the super bowl parade forecast and chad pradelli on the parade route for the best place to see the birds. first annie mccormick is at the art museum where the big celebration will be held. >> reporter: hi sharrie. we are told there are surprising during the parade and celebration and visual and those details are kept close to the vest. but for the details for people that want to come out and see this for themselves. they are estimating 1 to 3 million people could come out for this. extensive setup around the city continues. notices of parking restrictions are going up. this as city and parade organizers revealed details. they leave lincoln financial field at 10:45 a.m. and the parade begins at 11:00 a.m. and they go down city tall to the ben franklin parkway and ending on the museum steps. organizers expect to be on the
stage at 1:00 p.m. for the celebration portions. >> we'll go nice and slow for the chance to see everyone and open air. they are not enclosed vehicles. a glimpse of the up bowl champs is what everyone wants to see. >> with this parade it's an opportunity for us and our organization and players and staff really sort of take in that enthusiasm and say thank you to the millions of fans. >> a lot of people will arrive early to get the best haven't able point. they don't necessarily have to worry we right now have 14 jumbotrons that will stretch from eakins oval to city hall. >> there is no restrictions on what to b don't pull stunts like sunday night. they hope aappyy
friendly atmosphere. >> there will be people in cars in air on bikes and horse back and along the general parade route. >> reporter: we asked about what some prizesill be? will there be music involved but o musical artists are slated for the event. and they arranged for more equipment to be out here to have a stronger cell phone signal and take pictures and text andll yo parade. reporting live, channel 6 "action news." >> all right, a big operation coming up. septa has plans in place to get everyone to the parade. the broad street and market frankford lines are free. and if you take the regional rail there are restrictions and special tickets required. we saw people lining up in paoli station today to get them. all the information is available on our website at 6abc.com.
and there are dozens of schools closed thursday because of the eagles parade. philadelphia public and archdiocese schools will be closed. can you find a complete list of the closings in our area on our website at 6abc.com. >> well, as we mentioned the parade makes its way down several miles of city streets and you should be able to get a glimpse of the team from anywhere along the route tlx are spots better than others. chad pradelli is live along logan circle and you think that is one of the best spots to be on thursday? >> reporter: yes, we are here at logan square this is prime real state for this parade route. look behind me this is the jumbotrons annie is talking about being put in place. we are up and down the route like you mentioned and here are the things you need to know. for the stadium complex and grassy areas line the road a nice spot for fans to catch a
glimpse of their favorite eagle come parade day. up at broad and jackson the port-a-potties are in place and local businesses like larosa peas are are gearing up. >> what do you think? >> beautiful. we are number one. >> you going to sell a lot of pizza? >> a lot of pizza. >> this barbershop is ready to party. >> food and beverages for people to come through and check it out. nice barbershop and artwork and good people. >> if you can get an elevated balcony along broad you'll be golden but so far we haven't found owners willing to let us know if they will rent them. it looks like most are for friends or family. the blue dock says it's unclear if the plans come thursday. partly owns by tight end brett celek. may be used for friends and family. the parkway is prime spectating and the wait for the team's
arrival may be a while. and 16th and arch is expected huge crowds. >> what time are you opening up and taking reservations? >> 8:00 a.m. no reservations first come first serve. >> we are out here live and that is the assembly rooftop deck at the logan that is a sweet spot to watch the parade and i talked to a person at the hotel. she says if you don't have an invite are you out of luck because a private party rented that out. >> now just to get an invite to the party. some patriots fans are eating crow that means that eagles fans are eating lobster. they delivered this haul of the crustaceans to philly today and they had a friendly wager with pats king of steaks, they agreed to feed the customers lobsters
and they are bummed they are lost but philadelphia made this fun regardless. >> and there is a whole lot of dancing celebrating the eagles throughout their winning season -- when he showed off his moves in the locker room at the nfc championship. and now his get low bout is an entire victory song featuring his dance. ♪ ♪ >> well that is the philadelphia eagles fan and his name is dave noble soul. he postd this original music video on youtube singing about the magical seaso ended with the super bowl trophy he danced low to the ground like lury telling fans to get in on the victory dance. everything you need to know about the eagles championship
parade at 6abc.com. get the details on the parade route and the ceremony at the art museum as well as information on road closures and parking restrictions and septa plans before during and after the parade. >> "action news" is philadelphia's parade station. we'll have live team coverage beginning at 9:00 a.m. come thursday and all the korng is streaming live at 6abc.com. you will not miss a minute of this historic celebration. >>ing it be a blast. >> we want to know how the weather will be for the parade but first an accuweather alert to deal with. snow and rain moving in for tomorrow's commute. >> meteorologist, adam joseph, joining us now with the latest on the forecast. >> snow, rain and ice. that is extremely dangerous, so tomorrow morning's rush is -- all the way up to the lehigh valley. the exception central and southern delaware and the same for extreme south jersey where it's mainly rain and winter
storm warnings. things come together down in the south and spotty rain here south is of st. louis. this will pull itself together and be a decent size storm and a decent amount of precipitation will be headed offer wear. in fact, as we start 7:00 tomorrow morning. you see rain in atlantic city and millville and dover, rain from the start to the finish and icy mix of freezing rain season sleet. and interior south jersey a mix. and snow philadelphia north and west before a change over. so it's a wintry mix going over to rain throughout the day south to north, the biggest impacts are the pennsylvania counties northern and west of i-95 and icing in the lehigh valley as well prolonged up there into the early afternoon and high temperatures range from 35 in allentown to near 55 degrees in southern areas, so a big difference here tomorrow. we'll have much more on how much snow to expect in the full accuweather forecast. >> and i want to give you in a forecast for the parade a little
breezy. 12 to 25 miles per hour on thursday. and windchills in the low 20s with air temperatures near freezing during the entire parade on thursday. but sunny skies. i'll have more on the storm for tomorrow coming up in the seven-day forecast. >> thanks a wintry mix moving into the region. the "action news" morning show has an early start. 4:00 a.m. tomorrow. matt, tam, david and karen have the latest warren and road conditions and possible school closings or delays may pop up. time for the "action news" traffic report. matt pellman is standing by. >> brian and sharrie welcome back. nice work in minneapolis. good afternoon everybody one thing on our minds these days it's the parade and lets talk about how the upcoming parade is impacting traffic this afternoon. restrictions along the ben franklin parkway you see the police suv blocking off the inbound inner drive of the ben franklin parkway. outbound they have both drives
open. you can get out of town headed out to the art museum this afternoon but inbound that drive is blocked and have changing closures over the next to days as we get ready for the big parade. vine street extress way is stacked from the schuylkill out to 95. this is 422 be phoenixville. a big crash a min ago and it's all clear now and sluggish from the saint gabe's curve approaching 29 season nearby in lower providence by reality. along evans burg road and a bridge opening at the triple b, burlington bristol bridge. opening to 10 minutes. in berlin an accident along 73 franklin avenue. southbound side is mainly impacted. lets check the ipad and the waze app. broomall lawrence road a crash here east of sprawl road. watch out for the emergency
crews respond. >> we'll check it again in the next half hour. >> still ahead on "action news" at 4:00 today. we'll check in on the volatile stock market. after two days of losses we saw some improvement today. ice fishing to flying in a black hawk helicopter and standing with the eagles, we had quite the adventure covering the super bowl in minneapolis. these and highlights from our trip on "action news" at 4:00. more and more student debt is keeping people from doing what they love. (horn sound) ♪ ♪ like buying a home. ♪ ♪
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about a mannd woman found dead in wilmington. the police are investigating this as a double homicide. the bodies were found on lamont street and it appears that the 29-year-old woman was shot in the head and a 41-year-old man was shot, stabbed and beaten and the victim's names have not been released . to wall street one day after the dow jones industrial average plunged nearly 1200 points and the single biggest decline in history. the stock market rebounded after a bumpy ride on wall street and they dropped in early trading and recovered their losses by lunch time and by the end of the day. the closing numbers. the dow ended up more than 500 points to close at 24,915. and the nasdaq and s&p were up.
the dow was down 957 points and over the past few days analysts say that the stocks wiped out more than a trillion dollars in value. despite today's gains. and imagine this two weeks ago it was a record high. you said it before, the keyword, volatile. >> don't look at the 401(k) for a little bit. >> wait it out. time for a check of the accuweather forecast with meteorologist, adam joseph going to be busy tomorrow. >> volatile that is the way the morning will be and everything is rain and heavy rain in the morning and evening rush and has its own challenges. and we head to the weather centers sky 6 hd live. very cloudy all day, and continues to be the case, may be brightening in spots late this afternoon. overlooking the ben franklin bridge where the clouds have raced back in through the overnight hours ahead of the system that comes in. reading and allentown 38 degrees.
same for millville a couple of 40s on the board and beach haven and the atlantic city airport. into the early morning hours a small window here in philadelphia along i-95 where the temperatures drop below freezing 3:00 a.m. 6:00 a.m. in the morning and notice by 9:00 a.m. they are back above freezing. we'll warm things up here. we'll have rain for all of us and depending on your location is what time that is. satellite 6 along with action radar there are the clouds moving in from the south and west and holes north and west of philadelphia. and there is the moisture to the south coming in from the gulf of mexico and future tracker 6 showing rain for dover and millville and wildwood. you don't have problems with ice or snow. wilmington, philadelphia and trenton a sleet snow mixture, 6:00, 7:00 in the morning and snow north and west and temperatures in the 20s there. by lunch time rain all the way up into montgomery county,
chester county and southern berks and 39 in philadelphia. allentown dealing with freezing rain and sleet even at lunch tomorrow. and heavy rain sets in all the way to the north in the middle part of the afternoon and temperatures going into the 40s and 50s tomorrow afternoon after starting with the wintry mix as we get into the evening hours. how much to expect in the morning a coating to inch of sleet. wilmington, philadelphia and trenton just to the north and west to the lehigh valley. 1 to 3 inches of snow and sleet. with snow covered roadways in the mornings. 3 inches allentown off to the north in the poconos before that change to rain. so snow covered roads lehigh valley for the morning and same for the suburbs of philadelphia. and trenton mainly slushy and wet and delaware and south jersey mainly wet roads. again, it's mainly north and west the pennsylvania counties tricky travel tomorrow morning.
the four day forecast, changing to rain and 44 and sunny here on thursday for the parade. 34 feeling like the low 20s and a lot of clouds and sun and spots here on friday. and into saturday mild back up to 50 and rain comes in late in the day. we'll have the rest of the seven-day forecast in the next half hour. >> thank you. as we get ready for the big parade to celebrate our super bowl champs so many of us are reflecting on the moments that made is possible. >> to take in the sights and sounds of minnesota. we went all in on this. i will never forget how cold it was there. but i got a chance to go ice fishing, i did not catch a single fish but i walked on a lake. >> you can go fishing again. and in moment meeting challenger the bald eagle it gave hi chills to be this close to a patriotic
symbol of our nation and the mascot of the philadelphia eagles. >> and challengers perspective. u.s. customs and border protection invited "action news" on the black hawk helicopter to show us the security involved in protecting fans. i got a view of the city and shared with you at home. sadly, this i could not share. i got to sample minneapolis's best cheesesteak, a former philadelphian living there. despite my expression it was really good. but this was not about good but football. eagles football. when we got the win sunday night. i got as close to the field as i could and snapped this picture i will show my kids one day to say, i was there. i was elated. >> it was awesome. a truly team effort and these were long days but working with the group made is so much fun. it was just a memorable trip all
the way around and that trip doesn't show everyone that is there with us. all our photographers, dan, mike, rich and jason and producers inning and mark and other faces like jaime and ducis and sara and brian westbrook. and speaking eagles alicia. >> a picture that gives you goose bumps another big announcements and an eagle to celebrate.
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>> and art can be therapeutic, that is the idea behind a huge amount of art kits in delaware today. to supply the items for local kids and crisis like situations and the local ywca and local groups will distribute the 450 art kits. >> and big week for carson wentz and the eagles win the super bowl and then the quarterback announces he is engaged. wentz gone down on one knee and tweeted this. she said yes and now maddie and i got us a ring. can't wait to marry my best friend god is doing amazing things and i can't thank him enough. no word on where they were taken looks like a castle somewhere. it really is a love story. we saw wentz are maddie in
multiple pictures. the injury of course here. and on the side lanes the past few months and didn't get to play in the super bowl and is there and got the ring and she has the ring too. great news for a great guy. >> so much to spil about. thank you. >> a thrilling moment for space x. the post powerful rocket blasted into orbit. >> three, two, one! >> that should you it looked as the falcon heavy rose from the launch pad at kennedy space center 45 minutes or so ago. it is carrying unusual cargo a tesla roadster belongs to elan musk. he said he wanted to have dramatic flair and he is doing that and to keep costs down the company will recycle all three of the rocket boosters all three
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as many as two or three or 4 million people to line broad street. officials are urging people to leave their cars at home. and rely on public transportation. we go to john rawlins live. >> reporter: hi guys. i will preface my remarks saying if you take mass transit go online sooner rather than later. a place to start is 6abc.com/eagles parade. a good thing. lots of questions out there and
if you think about taking regional rail in it's a one day pass for use on regional rail a lot of folks in this long line are trying to get one of these and i'll explain shortly. first good news a ride on septa's big people movers the broad street and frankford lines are free on thursday with rush hour service all day. if you think about taking regional rail think about septa. >> we are oning in the morning and out at night. inbound service only before the the parade and outbound service only as the parade wraps up. and septa issued maps that service is only from select station. also, important to get on board regional rail riders need certain types of reduced tickets or existing trail passes or in some cases these $10 one day
passes now on sale at ticket offices. neither regular tickets or cash will be accepted. why the changes? septa says to avoid this. >> in 2008 septa was overwhelmed at suburban stations that could not get to the phillies parade and likewise they are closing several underground city stations because of what happened ten years ago. there was pedestrian gridlock and no way to get people up to the street in same. >> they are closing multiple stations and running westbound only trains in center city in the morning and eastbound only in the afternoon. >> reporter: okay well back live now. i can't stress as much a can here. you really need to go online if you are going to take mass transit. 6abc.com/eagles parade. a great place to start it has links to both septa and patco's
information you really need to know there are stations out there that are closed and a lot of folks used to drive in and park at the stadium complex for instance and take the subway into center city. that is not a good idea. the city is not going open the stadium complex parking and you need to find an alternative way to get into the city this time. john rawlins, channel 6 "action news." >> lets hope people make the right preparations thank you. >> "action news" is philadelphia parade's station. we have live team coverage of the parade beginning at 9:00 a.m. thursday and streaming it live at 6abc.com so you will not miss a minute of the celebration. >> with millions expected to line the parade route you'll want to know what the weather will bring. we'll get to that in a moment. first an accuweather alert to deal with tomorrow. adam joseph our meteorologist is joining us now from the weather center with details.
>> it's a messy mix tomorrow and rain in the afternoon and everything is gathering and gaining strength to the south and we look at stormtracker 6 live double scan, it doesn't look all that mighty at this point. just a few light showers and downpours and the gust coast states and a lot of moisture will pull out of the gulf of mexico and race our way as we get into early wednesday morning. in fact, take a look at winter weather advisories in effect during the day tomorrow. basically the heart of the delaware valley to the heart of the lehigh valley where we have the snow and icy mix of snow and sleet and rain changing over to rain and does not include extreme south jersey the shore and central southern delaware because there is rain to the start to the finish there. this is what to expect with precipitation, mainly snow in the poconos and a mixture of snow and sleet and freezing rain and then rain, for i-95 to the northern and west. and again you can see most of south jersey and delaware this is a mainly rain event.
so for travel trouble spots here it's a high impact on the scale here. 6:00 until 9:00 in the morning because of the mix in pennsylvania and down to philadelphia. but as we get into the afternoon we pull it back to moderate. because noon and 6:00 p.m. mainly a rain event and everything clears up for the parade on thursday, sunny but very cold. find every winter gear you have. windchills in the low 20s with air temperatures near freezing but at least we'll have the sun. the winds up to 20 miles per hour on thursday. much more on how much snow to expect where you live and snow and sleet and freezing rain in the full accuweather forecast. philadelphia mayor, jim kenney had a message for the trouble makers on sunday, that destroyed property, stay home on sunday. he showed us more of that chaos. this was outside of the ac moore a group of guys on top of of a bus stop working together to balance the large poll and then
they threw the pole through the window like a javelin shattering the glass and expects the parade to be more calm than there. calling the small group of unruly fans the knuckle head contingent and alcohol will be confisca confiscated on thursday. >> philadelphia police sent a message to the revelers that got out of hand after the super bowl win. rick williams has more on that. >> thank you. the message was simple from police commissioner richard ross, he said to those that caused damage in the city we'll find you. in fact authorities are now releasing surveillance video like this from inside of businesses that were torn up or damaged during the chaos sunday night. and we'll tell you what led up to this scene coming up at 5:00. and at 5:00 we are catching up with local eagles fans that went out to the the big game including mr. gary.
you remember south jersey bus driver, gary, he is home and talking about his very memorable trip. more on "action news" at 5:00. and until then back to the studio. brian welcome back to you. >> thank you my friend. >> plenty of fans are shavering their super bowl experiences with "action news." but this one may take the case. philadelphia business owner marco and his family went to the game and the super bowl after party. they met the coaches and players and got a chance to hold the lombardi trophy. his 73-year-old dad tag add long to mingle with the team and his 9-year-old joseph snapped pictures from everyone from doug peterson to brandon graham and jaylin mills. >> my dad said take a picture with my son. and he said yes. >> they were so nice. brandon graham. i think he picked him up and hugged him and said do you want
to win a super bowl when you are this big. >> such a great group of guise, their section was filled with eagles fans, it felt like a home game. >> from post win excitement to pregame predictions all season long we are sharing your fan photos and videos, and today should be no exception. >> alicia vitarelli is live with the highlights you'll love. >> love love. >> who could forget the big moments, the big play of the game nick foles catching the phillies special touch down. something you don't see observe. that is why annie says they didn't have the heart to criticize their son's play book. the prediction here it is, before the game nick foles catches the ball, he runs and jumps and scores a touch down and then eagles win the trophy. here is his play book. does he have a crystal ball?
we didn't have the heart to tell him the quarterback doesn't catch the ball to make the touch down and good thing we didn't. because he was right. with a little faith anything is possible. lets get that kid on the squad now. >> emotions were high everyone where for eagles fans. cheers and tears including this sportscaster here out of oklahoma that happened to be on the air himself when the final score came in. >> late breaking! they won it! they won it! >> this guy is the best he had to go on to do his own sports report. his name is harold kutz and he could barely hold it together. this is the business he is watching the game frame by frame and going on to the set to do his report and that is where he finds out the final score on
live tv. i laugh because he laughs. he said let this be a lesson if you want to cover sports for a living be warned that means missing the biggest sports fan of your life. an eagles fan working out of oklahoma. >> genuine, he was on tv and couldn't hold it back. >> i love it. thank you. still to come on "action news" at 4:00, one month after a woman won a $560 million jackpot the money is still sitting there not that she doesn't want to claim the prize, she can't claim it unless she does something that scares her. and if scenes like this scare you, stay with us, we ask the experts what would make someone destroy part of their own city in celebration?
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celebrations sunday night destroying parts of the city they love. they say there is real psych logical answers to that. a mob mentality. they lose inhibitions in a crowd especially if they drink alcohol and lose self awareness and don't notice what they are doing. and rabid fans may identify with a team that throwing a rock becomes their mental equivalent of throwing a touchdown pass. and winning teams riot more than losing teams and may be driven by testosterone, the male who monrises more after victory than defeat. big talkers you play the power and try your luck and you alone hit the jackpot $560 million. the woman that wins this jackpot follows the instructions and signs the back of that winning ticket. >> here is the problem because she signed her name it can now be made public.
jane doe now filed a complaint in a new hampshire court. fighting to collect her winnings anonymously. according for the lottery the only way to do that is sign the ticket in a trust. and calls this a huge mistake, she does not want the attention. the owner gets it. >> am getting emails and phone calls, every daytons of them. and i didn't even win, i can only imagine if this lady becomes known she is going to be harassed a lot. >> so the clock it ticking for so-called jane doe to collect her money as she takes on the lottery and rules in court. >> that tsunami warning the folks up and down the east coast are seeing false alarm. no tsunami they cleared that up. it was a scary hour for anyone that lived near the shore and
got the alert. we got screen shots from the jersey shore perfect margate to point pleasant. they got it at 8:30 a.m. a private company senout the alert following a monthly test by the national weather service and looking into why the test message was communicated address an actual tsunami warning and there was no danger today. sorry for the false alarm. the good news the test since tim works. >> just don't send it out good so many false alarms. >> was checking to see if i got that alert but i didn't that is good. thank you. it's time for a check of the roads right now. >> matt pellman standing by with the update for us. >> we don't have time for tsunamis these days and other things to focus on like a wintry mix rolling in early tomorrow morning and a big parade the next day on thursday. we get ready already here along
the ben franklin parkway. this is the scene by 20 and street and you see the police suv blocking off the inbound inner drive of the parkway. as they get ready this afternoon, if you head outbound toward the art museum both drives are open to get you out of town this afternoon. on the big picture normal delays along 95 and the schuylkill expressway some of the traffic light as long kelly drive were on flash for the preparations for the big parade. and work on the water main this afternoon and both of the eastbound close to cafferty subaru. are you down a lane there through much of tonight. you watch a crash involving a school bus but luckily no kids were on the bus in west goshen and pottstown pike at saint matthews assembly of god. and speeds like 23 miles per
hour on the westbound side of the 30 bypass in downingtown, the cracker barrel is right over there. and extra slow in the westbound lanes because the sun is really bright and people are squinting having a tough time seeing with the sun glare and start to jam 282 on the westbound 307 bypass. and west berlin a crash at 73 at franklin avenue. impacting the southbound side this afternoon. we'll check it again coming up in the 5:00 hour. >> all right thank you. >> stepping outside now how about a live view of our beautiful city and the spot everyone is looking forward to come thursday. >> party central that is where the parade wraps up. meteorologist, adam joseph standing by with the seven-day forecast include what the parade might look like.
now accuweather getting back to the bold north really the cold north. anything we got right? >> this is balmy to you. this is like hey june and julie. we have a mess tomorrow morning nasty day to start to finish and we head to the weather center and winter weather advisories in effect for the lehigh valley and pennsylvania counties and over the delaware river northern parts of newcastle county and over the river into parts of jersey as well. where we have a messy mixture of snow and sleet and freezing rain especially up to the lehigh valley changing to rain and the greatest impacts are in the northern western suburbs. what happens in philly in the form of icy mix will be brief in the morning. temperatures in the 30s everywhere. 38 millville and 38 in dover and 27 degrees right now in the
poconos. satellite 6 along with action radar capturing a few glimmers of sun before that sunsets in the northwest. the clouds will build right back in thicken up and you see the moisture pull out of the gulf of mexico a lot of it in the form of rain and blue on the radar, a mixture of sleet and snow, future tracker 6 showing as we break down the colors, this is snow to the north and west. 7:00 tomorrow morning, philadelphia on the brink of 32 degrees, this blue area is sleet and all rain to the south, dover, millville and atlantic city and wildwood the southern zones rain from start to finish. by lunch time the rain punctures almost to the lehigh valley. and again rain moving in from the south to the north as warmer air comes in and in fact during the afternoon it's chilly and rainy by 4:00. reading 34 to 35 degrees and near 50 in philadelphia. low 50s to the south with heavy rain setting in for the evening rush and the rain will finally
sink to the south and east as we get into the evening hours. to see the change over to rain it depends on your location. it happens in wilmington and trenton at 10:00 in the morning. at the onset. northwestern suburbs not until 10:00 until noon and lehigh valley northwest and does not change to rain from noon until 2:00 p.m. a quick coating near wilmington and trenton and a lot of that in the form of sleet. and 3 to 6 inches of snow and sleet from allentown to the poconos. here is the 1 inch line doylestown and landsdale. a coating in southern areas and 1 to 3 for most of our northwestern suburbs. where we struggle with it going over to plain old rain there could be a .10 to .25 inch of ice from bethlehem to the poconos this is the big concern
into the late morning and afternoon. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. 44 with that transition to rain tomorrow. and again the messy mix in the morning. a chilly breeze for the parade here for thursday. a lot of sun and 34 and bundle up the wind will funnel through the downtown center city buildings and clouds and sun friday and 43 and the weekend a lot of clouds going near 50 plus degrees on sunday and rain sets in on saturday and rains all day sunday on and off and sun returns 44 and clouds increase 42 degrees a bit of a mess tomorrow and the sun shines bright here on thursday. >> thanks adam. >> coming up in what's the deal. if you have a drone what you need to know come thursday if you think you can fly it for the parade. baby boomers,
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well, there is no doubt people will bring their fancy cameras to capture the eagles parade and some may think about flying a drone for a birds eye view. but here is nydia han with important information. >> beware. the city has not commented specifically about drones over the eagles parade but philadelphia officials have restricted air passover past bic events. for instance you could not fly a drone when the pope was on the parkway. but if you think about flying your drone for something else. kj uses hi drone all the time. >> love filming cinematics of where i'm on vacation and stuff and making films with my friends. >> for a long time they were used mostly by professional photographers but lower priced easy to use models are letting others get in on the action. but causing safety concerns as
more drones take to the skies. if you plan to buy the drone you need to know the rules. >> you don't need a license to fly the drone if you are doing it for phone. but registering the drone is a must. if it weighs more than a pound and less than 55 pounds. go to the the fcc site and do it and it's good for three years. >> when it comes to where to fly the drone there are clear-cut restrictions you can't fly it higher than 400 feet and must be in your line of sight at all times. >> stay away from prisons and power plans and government buildings and military bases and airports and national parks. >> you can never fly near the stadiums because it's so near philadelphia international airport. now, if you don't have a drone but thinking about getting one we put consumer reports
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"action news" delaware valley's leading news program. with jaime apody, meteorologist, cecily tynan, rick williams and monica malpass. the eagles brought home the super bowl title and now it's time for philadelphia to celebrate in style. from hoisting flags outside of city hall to finalizing the championship parade route. city officials say it's time for the biggest bash this town has ever scene. >> the big story on "action news" is the flurry of activity around the city ahead of thursday's super bowl victory parade. officials say that even though the eagles won the title. the potential plans were in the works for a while now. >> getting fans to and from the video, street closures and parking and safety are high priorities. >> the procession steps off from broad and paterson, near lincoln
financial field at 11:00 a.m. the players will wind their way up broad street past city hall and up to the ben franklin parkway. they end up at the philadelphia museum of art for an official ceremony that takes place at 1:00. >> our reporters are on top of the preparations, vernon odom spoke to fans about their thursday plans but first walter per outside of the art museum with what the city will do. >> reporter: well monica and rick, the city had a press conference today describing the planned parade and ceremony using words like dramatic and wonderful and fantastic. so we are excited about that but the affect this has on local traffic will leave commuters less than excited. >> construction of the stage for the ceremony honoring the super bowl champion, philadelphia eagles are is well underway and details are not released but we are told it's dramatic and wonder