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>> good morning, nydia is off, alicia vitarelli joins us, here's what's happening on "action news" sunday morning. president obama campaigns in pennsylvania for tom wolf. new jersey governor chris christie will stump for tom corbett in bucks county. new video overnight shows flames erupting at walt disney world. >> and the eagles land in houston for a tussal of the
texans. many of us waking up later as we turned the clocks back overnight. don't forget to change the batteries in the smoke alarm also. i forget about the people who work overnight they had to work an extra hour. >> chris likes the cold. >> reporter: it's november it feels like november and it does this morning. we have windchills in the 20s and 30s. the wind whip around from 25 to 35 miles per hour. ment good news you can see where we lost the rain. it will be chilly out there today, we'll see a decent amount of sun as the after wears on. numbers wise, we're in the 30s, quakertown, 38. manners creek 39 -- martins creek 39. gandys beach 42. avalon, 43, woodbine, 42 degrees, winds gusting
anywhere from 25 to 35 miles per hour throughout the viewing area we'll see the gusts exceed 35 or 40 miles per hour later on always the coastal system right here continues to spin and push toward the north. we're on the backside of it, so the winds are out of the northwest and they will continue to howl later on. accuweather says it will be dry, we'll see an increase in sunshine, but it will be windy. even though we'll reach 50 degrees, it will feel like the upper 30s and low 40s. we have big rainstorm in the seven-day forecast. i have the details in just a bit. >> don't forget you can take 6abc.com with you. the new smart design fits any device you have, whether it's your tablet or smart phone, no matter how large or small that screen. check it out by visiting 6abc.com anytime anywhere. well in just two days voters will cast their ballots and of course, eyes on the
pennsylvania race for governor, voters choose between tom corbett who is facing off against democratic challenger tom wolf. president obama travels to philadelphia to lead a rally that's happening later this afternoon at temple university liacouras i can't center. tom wolf held events in pennsylvania yesterday including owe cheltenham. >> tom corbett has been consistent over the last four years. it's not just tom corbett. he is a very good stewart of a very bad ideology. >> wolf is the former revenue secretary of pennsylvania. >> chris christie will lead a
rally for governor corbett. governor corbett will hold events in bluebell, springfield and broomall. >> he won't tell you how much he is going to tax. he tells you he is going to spend more money. his plan we've counted up over $6 billion of additional spending. >> reporter: governor corbett said this will be his final campaign. he previously served as pennsylvania's attorney general. >> the latest 6abc franklin and marshall poll said governor corbett is gaining ground on tom wolf. 53% said they would vote for wolf and 40% for corbett. 5% of undecided. voters in new jersey can cast their ballots starting at 6:00 a.m. tuesday polls open at 7 in pennsylvania and delaware
and polls close at 8:00 p.m. in all three states. rely on "action news" and 6abc.com to track the results as we get them, 6abc.com/election has profiles of our the candidates. >> new this morning, an 18-year-old man is fighting for his life he was shot while sitting in a car in north philadelphia. the action cam was at temple university hospital where the victim arrived in a bmw after 2:30. the two windows of the drivers side of the car were shattered by bullets. the man was sitting in the car on west tioga treat when someone opened fire and shot him in the head and handle. the victim is in surgery. happening today, the ben franklin bridge shut down for a charity run. the cooper nor cross charity run begins at 8:30. the bridge will be off limits from 7:45 to 9:30 a.m. participants will make their way
across the bridge to philadelphia and back over the bridge to south jersey. mlk boulevard will be blocked for the run an walk. proceeds benefits the lark school to help young people with various disabilities. >> the eagles coming off a stunning loss in arizona. the.com texas defense is led by jj watts a pro boweller. >> he is a hard guy to get a bead on, he has different ways to set the run, and attack an offensive line. >> we don't care who we're playing we're playing all offense. >> i think they move him out of so many different spots, you don't have a bead on when you
can and can't, pushing things to him and not pushing things to him. there's times when he is one on one and you have to block him on one on one situations. >> the eagles have only given up two sacks in the past 6 games. of the eagles defense have to stair down the other half of the one-two punch. ducis rogers will have a live report from houston, on "action news" at noon. half a billion dollars is up for grabs in two lottery games, the powerball jackpot jumped overnight. 178 million will be on the line because no one matched the numbers. , they were 1, 3, 13, 25, 38, the powerball was 17. the power play was 2. him. tuesday's mega millions jackpot is 321 million, you can see that drawing during "action
news" at 11:00. >> there will be a frenzy of tickets being bought. >> a discovery in halloween candy sparks a warning from price in montgomery county. >> a father and daughter are arrested in a brutal attack. father a mummers hall of famer. >> bridge construction in our area is expected to last several years. >> reporter: eva here's a look at the headlines this morning, it's cold and bluster today with windchills hanging in the 30s all afternoon. the good news we warm up in the seven-day forecast and we're tracking another rainstorm. i'll have the details when "action news" continues.
>> good morning to you, sky6 live hd taking a live look for us now at atlantic city. there's the lights of atlantic city illuminating the screen, looks like the sun is starting to come up this morning. the good news no rain in that picture. >> you can see the wind there, the camera was whoosh. >> reporter: you didn't like yesterday? the good news the sun will rise early, but wait until you see what time it sets tonight. there's the view philadelphia international airport, the sun will set. it won't be half-time at football games this afternoon, we're talking dark early today.
that's the view of the philadelphia international airport. we have cloudy skies and breezy conditions, down to 42 degrees in the city. with the dewpoint of 30. so the air is dry, winds out of the north/northwest these will continue to whip around all day, right now 23 miles per hour, pressure reading under 30 inches. actual air temperatures, these did not drop off, reading, 42, millville, 42. of trenton, 41. you factor if the winds it feels like the low to mid 30s out there. more than likely we'll continue to see windchills in the 30s all day. this coastal storm brought the lousy weather to the area. as that pulls north it's turns into a snowstorm for maine, vermont and new hampshire. we'll see cloud cover this morning with a gradual increase in sunshine. by afternoon you'll see the sun. here's the system, that's going to continue to pull north.
wind on the opposite side blow out of the northwest. this is the same system that crushed the carolinas. take a look at the video. you don't think about heading south to pick up snow. but we're in the smoky mountains right now and some of these locations saw astronomical snowfall amounts. even though it doesn't look too terribly impressive there. in georgia and tennessee we had all the snow on the ground thanks to the feature of this storm system that blew through some of the southern portions of the county. north carolina 22 inches of snow yesterday. luck, north carolina not so lucky. 18 inches. clinton, south carolina, 2.8 and berea. 2.5. today, windy conditions, gradual increase in sunshine. tomorrow high pressure over us, wind shift out of the southwest,
we'll see milder conditions. windchills generally in the 20s and 30s, throughout the late morning hours and they begin to warm a little bit throughout the day. it will be a chilly day that we've seen so far this young season. lehigh valley windy, clouds to sun. bundle up in layers if you're out. 49 degrees. atlantic city, increase in sunshine. we're talking about feels-like temperatures and windchills in the upper 30s and low 40s. philadelphia, clouds to sun, 50 degrees is the forecasted high. nevel breezes 25 to 35 miles per hour. we'll hit 350 degrees by 3:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m., the sun has set, temperatures dropping 45 degrees, windchills in the 30s. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. it improves nicely. 58 degrees for monday. tuesday election day, turning warmer, 67.
wednesday it stays warm, 6 #. wednesday the normal high is 59. we're almost ten degrees above average. here's a good rainstorm by thursday, 62. latest computer information has inch to an inch and half. friday, 56. saturday, cooler, sunny, 50 degrees. >> nydia han is up early this morning to take part in an event that's close to her heart. she'll speak at the opening ceremony for the free to breathe 5k run walk, it's a lung cancer awareness fundraiser, it starts at 8:30. nydia is honoring her mother who lost her battle to lung cancer five years ago. nydia's mom was not a smoker. you can donate to the cause at the website. you can donate to the cause at the website.how can i avoid maintenance fees?
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nina pham was reunited with her dog bentley. she had a special message to the veterinarians who cared for the dog. >> thank you for taking care of bentley over the past 21 days. >> nina pham was declared eboa free and released a week ago. she contacted ebola while caring for thomas dunkin who died from ebola. imported chicken has been in the news a lot lately. for chicken that hasn't crossed an ocean, look for perdue. we're the first company to have the usda verify that our chickens are raised in the usa. to bring your family a fresh-tasting chicken. perdue. we believe in a better chicken. no one asks to have diabetes or heart disease. at gateway health, we see you , not your condition. gateway health medicare advantage plans offer complete care that fits you better,
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crabbing off the california coast. here coast guard pictures as they found a lone survivors clinging to a rock. strong waves hit the 32-foot boat and threw all five people overboard. the lava flow that's been creeping closer to homes in hawaii has stalled five feet from the homes. lava has been streaming since june. chris. >> reporter: that's good news here. we have good news here in the weather front. the system we were dealing with yesterday is pulling north up into the canadian maritimes. let me show you how close we were to seeing a potential snowstorm. there's the upper level low that's the feature that little spin that brought the heavy snows across the carolinas. this is the remnants of what was once hurricane ana in the
pacific. it rounded the bend and may a uturn around the island of hawaii and hit the pacific northwest and dropped down like this. in order to get the snow we needed this to come down like this and link up with the surface storm right there. had this come farther to the north we would have saw snow out of the yesterday's system. it was chilly and raw, we had the heavy rains. it's starting to get to that time of year, where some of these systems we have to watch them, because there's enough cold involved where, yeah we could get that white stuff. 9:00 a.m., 44 degrees, lunchtime, 48 degrees, 3:00 p.m., 50, the normal high is 52. we'll have gust also exceeding 35 to 45 miles per hour at times. >> sixers tipped off against
miami and the flyers drop the puck in miami. jeff skeverski has sports. >> reporter: the eagles are in houston eagles looking to avoid back-to-back losses for the first time in over a year. chip kelly and the eagles have spent the week working on correcting the turnovers and of course the issues in the red zone. the eagles are the worst team in the nfl inside the 20. starting safety nate allen said he is still sore, he is a game time decision. if allen can't go, earl wolf will make the start. >> earl is ready. >> due think you'll play? >> tomorrow morning we'll see how i feel and take it from there. >> reporter: much more on
matchup with the texans starting at 11:30 and recap everything game day final at 11. trying to get the first win without labron on the heat, this year not in the cards, 6 sixers start 0-3. >> you know we're really working, pieces are coming together and thank you for coming out. thank you. >> reporter: reigning rookie of the year addressed the crowd before the home opener. sixers put on a good show early on. first round pick, mcdaniels looking sharp. tied up at 80. they can't hold on. 24 turnovers thomas hits the 3. don't look now, sixers are 0-3.
they lost by 18. nolans noelle not looking good in front of the home fans, two points. >> flyers goalie steve mason does not have his first win of the season. mason met in florida starting for the first time after being out almost two weeks in favor of ray emory, flyers kicking themselves after another bad start in the first. willie mitchell the goal. mason and the flyers fall behind 1-0.ie mitchell the goal. claude giroux, he stopped a power play. yeah, the fans falling asleep late in the third. panthers add another, mason says flyers played their best when he was on the bench. that's when they get their first goal. it's not enough, flyers lose 2-1. mason without a win.
that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a good day. >> one of the biggest gold nuggets found in modern times in historic gold country in california has been sold. it wasn't for 400,000 bucks. it weighs in at 6 pounds. the name of the buyer remains a secret. there are 211 lawyers in congress. but not one electrician. so here's a bright idea. donald norcross. a union
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>> it is 6:30 this chilly blustery sunday morning. taking a live look, sky6 live hd in wilmington, delaware. you can see the camera kind of swaying a little bit, it's definitely windy out there, it's brisk, but the rain has moved out. >> member of the mummers hall of fame is accused of teeming up for his daughter for a brutal attack in queen village which was caught on camera. a south jersey town greets a vet back from deployment overseas. >> nydia is off, chris sowers has another preview of the accuweather forecast. i feel it can't get worse than yesterday. >> reporter: i was helping my pops move a couple of things,. >> what a good son. >> reporter: i was on the couch
watching college football and the phone rings, rings. oh, no. we're looking live at the delaware river. we'll see the sun breaking out. we'll see chilly temperatures as the coastal system rapidly intensifies. it's almost like a vacuum always this thing intensifies, we'll see a gusty breeze on the backside. patriots taking on the broncos in fox borough. hopefully this is out of there by then. we'll see heavy rains though, and heavy snow for vermont, new hampshire and maine. this is a large system. the only thing we'll see over the next couple of hours is the coastal flood thanks to the abnormally high tides produced by the system. the coastal flood advisory is for the delaware beaches and all the way up to surf city.
as the tide recedes we'll see the coastal flood advisory expire. 33 in philadelphia. feels like 27 in the poconos. we'll see a gradual increase in sunshine. windy throughout the afternoon. temperatures not climbing too far. 48 degrees by lunchtime. 50 degrees by 3:00. windchills will hang out in the upper 30s, low 40s depending on your location. when i come back in just a bit we'll talk about warmup in the seven-day forecast and large rainstorm, as well. coming up in ten minutes. eva? >> parents in montgomery county are taking a closer look at trick or treat candy because one kid found a razor blade inside a candy bar. kenneth moten hales the story. >> reporter: halloween night is a festive one in the community, haunted houses and decorations and be trick or treaters.
residents can't wrap their head around the thought that a neighbor would want to harm their neighbor. packaging mistake or malicious act. brandon was trick or treating and came home with a two inch razor blade in the candy stash. >> a razor blade fell out of it. >> reporter: the boy was walking house to house when so many were out and about having a good time. his mother said the razor was in the wrapper of a nestles crunch bar. >> i think it's crazy, kids dress up and you have to worry about razor blades. saturday afternoon the police handed out warnings, and the school district did reverse 911
call also. >> i called my daughter and son and said don't eat any candy. >> while some tossed the candy, others are checking it. >> it was a beautiful night and it's a shame that it's tainted with this weird unusual story. >> reporter: jennifer said sleeld be making -- she'll be making changes next halloween. >> i'll have someone go around with him. >> reporter: just keep a better inventory of who you go and knock at the door. >> investigators are warning parents to keep an eye on their children's halloween candy always the investigation continues. kenneth moten channel 6 "action news." >> >> a fire in philadelphia's west oak lane section left two people seeking shelter. that fire began around 8:00 in a
home near the intersection of 77nd avenue and north 18th street. luckily everyone escaped unharmed, but the cause is under investigation. philadelphia police say they have captured the father father-daughter duo who decided to deal out their own brand of justice with a baseball bat and gun. the fathers is a member of the mummers hall of fame. annie mccormick has more. >> reporter: police say this baseball-bad wielding gun slinging duo are south philadelphia father and daughter. south detectives released the attack a week ago saturday where they alleged 36-year-old rita d'amato struck this 36-year-old kensington mantua bat. always he ran, her father opened fire twice striking the victim in the leg.
and then they took off toward front street. >> one of the attackers yelled, you know what you did, you son of an. [ bleep ] today a woman entering the home he shares with his daughter and around the corner from the attack declined to comment to "action news." neighbors expressed relief. >> sounds like the guy was targeted. >> reporter: police say the victim had drugs in his system and initially claimed he didn't know his attackers. there were a rash of car break-ins in the area, but police police are not confirming if the crimes had anything to do with the attack. some neighbors are holding their judgment until they find out. >> if a guy was breaking into cars, he deserves to get hit
with with a baseball bat. >> reporter: the father and daughter turned themselves in by halloween evening. police say the victim suffered a broken leg. annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> election day is tuesday, republicans are optimistic they can grab more power ton capitol hill. democratic candidates are steering clear of president obama. abc's karen travers has more on the gop. >> reporter: they need to pick up 6 seats to get control of the senate. nate silver puts their chances atmosphere 63%. more than two-thirds of americans say the nation is seriously off on the wrong track. 60% say they have little or no trust in the federal government to do what's right and in a bad sign for democrats, 63% of americans believe the able to of the federal government to deal
with people's problems have worsened since president obama took office. despite all of that, the white house tried project confidence. >> the vast majority of democratic candidates care about how important it is for congress to advance middle class families. >> reporter: president obama is sticking with gubernatorial candidates. republicans may have the edge, but there's enough wild card senate races to keep things interesting and keep democrats chances alive. karen travers abc washington. >> keep it here after 9:00 a.m., tamala edwards hosts
inside story with a closer look at the governor's rails. inside story against at 10:00. >> penndot starts work to replace the route 422 bridge in north cover -- coventry township and west pots grove township. it's between the stowe and 100 interchangeses. crews will work to replace the westbound and eastbound structure also in three -- structures in three stages while keeping one lane open on 422. >> a town greenlighted a -- greeted a vet coming home from
iraq. kyle served with the marine as a military police officer. he is 201 graduate of pennsauken high school. a big welcome home to him. >> did good to see him home, sky6 live hd taking a live look for us right now over camden, you can see the sun is up, that's with the clocks rolled back last night. the rain has moved out, will we get any kind of warmup. we'll find out chris sowers is back with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> one of america's biggest arts/craft show is coming to philadelphia. we have a preview. some kids are not reading books, but they are reading ereaders. books, but they are reading ereaders. we sometimes, caring for your neighbors means going the extra mile. when our patient, susan, mentioned her dad couldn't make it in to pearle vision to get his eyes checked... we went to him.
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over the bridge to new jersey, they will have a 40-mile winds at their back and when they come back they will have a 40-mile-an-hour wind in their face. let's go live on sky 6. there's the view in cape may. we're seeing a little bit of sunshine. we're experiencing a little bit of cloud cover outs in, thanks to the coastal system that brought miserable weather to parts of the area. that's pulling away. we'll seen an increase in sun later on. the big story is we have windchills in 20s and 30s. the air is dry as we are on the backside of that departing storm. winds are out of the north/northwest with higher guests of 35 miles per hour. wilmington, 43, dover, 43 degrees. winds speeds anywhere from 20 to 25 miles per hour this morning
are but these are sustained or constant wind speeds. every now and then we get the gupses that -- gusts that will e anywhere from 40 miles per hour. millville 40 miles per hour. margate, 36. wilmington, 36. pottstown, 34 and doylestown 32 miles per hour. now we're on the backside. yesterday we had a windy out northeast. today it's out of the northwest. there's the center of low pressure over my shoulder. as that continues to pull away, the winds will strengthen during the first part of the afternoon. it won't be until overnight tonight that the winds slacken up a little. wrightstown 1.64. will also, an inch and a half. it dpemedded on where you are -- depended on where you are. immediate suburbs picked up a good soaking, obviously as you
can see most of the interior sections of south jersey did, as well. the area of low pressure pulling away. we get into tomorrow, high pressure takes over, we'll see a little bit of a breeze, we'll lose the gusty winds. there's good news there, the other good news will be that the winds will shift out of the southwest. we'll bring milder temperatures into the region. it will be chilly today and milder conditions for tomorrow. there's a look at the peak wind gusts, later this afternoon we'll top out at 35 to 40 miles per hour. even by 30:00, wildwood anticipating a 40-mile an hour gust. that will keep feels like windchills in the 30s by afternoon. 31 in the poconos later this afternoon everybody dropping into the 30s. it's going to feel almost december-like by this evening. forecast for today we'll see a chilly gusty breeze becoming sunny by late morning. 49 degrees in reading. 50 in philadelphia.
allentown, 48. cape may, 52. trenton, 49. we're probably returning 12 to 13 degrees below average. overnight tonight, colder, windy, 28 degrees outlet lying suburbs. it will feel like the mid 20s early on. 35 degrees in center city. winds out of the northwestesing northwestesing -- northwest easing up a little bit. 58 monday, partly sunny, tuesday, election day, turning warmer, 67 degrees. wednesday looks outstanding, 68. combination of sun and clouds, thursday periods of rain, this is the next system that we're watching. the forecast models once again they are hinting at a sizable rainstorm. 62. friday, 56. saturday, next weekend looks nice, sun and clouds, 50 degrees. >> thanks chris. >> turning to an important question for their parents.
how to read to their child. juju chang takes a look at the the difference. >> reporter: kristin likes stories about trains and likes swiping stories on the ipad. now child development experts worry story time is turning into play time. playing inter active games and digital books are preventing children from focusing and learning from the story. it's and issue that his mom has noticed. >> kristin exrens -- comprehends a story, but there's too many distractions. >> reporter: there's more
interaction with parent and child when reading the book. we need socially inter active moments with young children if we are going to build the conversations and help in early literacy. >> reporter: it is said that parents should read to their children from birth. a tough recommendation for parents who believe their children are learning from these digital books and inter active games. >> even if a child is learning from an ebook or swiping a pad. there's probably learning going on, i don't think anyone can doubt that. >> reporter: but according to how toddlers thrive it's the precious moments around the book that are the building block to a child's development. >> the idea is never use your ipad as a babysitter. it's a slippery slope. >> you give your child the ipad
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>> a cold case in camden is more than 1 years old, a man gunned down outside a restaurant right in front of his girlfriend and his family is asking for your help to catch his killer. here's rick williams with this morning's crime fighters report. >> reporter: speaking through her daughter, she said her son was well liked in the community. >> she said he was a great son. he had a lot of people that loved him. he had a lot of friends. >> reporter: august 28, 2002, the 38-year-old was with his girlfriend in the area of river road in camden. at 11:00, he exited a chinese restaurant. >> at some point he was approached by a male or males and there was a quick verbal altercation which led to him being killed.
>> reporter: ephraim was shot to death, his girlfriend was not injured. his family said he had a history with drugs, but not sure if that was a possible motive. >> we love him and miss him. we want to know who did this. >> reporter: the citizens crime commission is issuing a 1,000-dollar reward for the arrest and conviction of the person responsible. call 215-546-tips. all calls are anonymous. >> we need people to come forward and stand up and take their community back. >> reporter: for crime firefighters, i'm rick williams channel 6 "action news." >> there's new help out there for boys and girls dreaming to go to college. mayor nutter announced connect a college it's a service available in 17 labs across the industry. philadelphians can utilizing this service by texting yes to
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perdue. we believe in a better chicken. >> good morning nydia han is off, individual individual joins us -- alicia vitarelli joins us, president obama campaigns for pennsylvania gubernatorial candidate tom wolf. new jersey governor chris christie will stump for tom corbett in bucks county. >> flames shoot out of disney world we have details on that. >> the eagles land in houston for a tussal with the texans. it is 7:00. the clocks went back an hour overnight. don't forget to change the batteries in your smoke alarms. let's head outside to chris sowers,