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nears you ♪ [ male announcer ] play the monopoly millionaires' club lottery game. making more and more millionaires. >> good morning everyone, it is 6:00 a.m. on this monday, november 3. here's what's happening. accuweather says more mild temperatures will replace the teeth chart chattering cold. >> we're one day away until the critical midterm election, find out how close the republicans are taking control of the senate. >> chopper 6hd is live over bristol, bucks county where several trucks were on fire,
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they just put those fires out and placed them under control moments ago. this call came in an hour ago. the location is a truck and van business called high gain ink on collide weight drive off the pennsylvania turnpike. five minutes ago the fires were burning, you could see them from chopper 6. again they are out. at least three tractor-trailers and three pickup trucks originally caught fire. nobody is hurt, no word on what caused the fire. we'll bring the details as they come in. >> let's go over to david and karen and find out what's going on in accuweather and what's going on on the roads. >> reporter: good morning, everybody, we have plenty of sunshine coming up over the horizon. we have additional clouds to the north and west trying to come in. it's a failure bright start an if i know -- fairly bright start
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and bright finish. it's chilly, 39 in philadelphia, 35 in allentown, milled 40s along the coast. winds are not that strong, starting to pick up a little bit, a bit of a breeze adding to that relative discomfort this morning. 38 by 7:00. 42 by 8:00. chilly conditions with mainly clear skies. on your smart phone the app is showing 39 right now. as we roll through the day we get into the mid 50s and 59 is the high before we zip back down to the low 50s by 6:00. when i step back inside i'll talk about the rain later in the workweek. >> reporter: all right, david murphy, this is the silk heading toward -- the schuylkill expressway heading toward the curve. no problems looking good.
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we have down wires bryn mawr avenue and county line road that is just in. ful we had downed wires and pole in chester, but now 252 southbound is reopened. it was a problem that shut down 252 at swedesford road. we have a accident where a vehicle struck a deer. it's off to the side, but something to watch for on the turnpike westbound past norristown. cathedral road at huntington pike watch for an accident. other than that you're looking good, but a handful of accidents, tam. >> police are searching for a gunman who robbed a gas station in the murrell section of philadelphia. a mask man stole cash from the sunoco gas station on the ten thousand block around 3:30 a.m.
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nobody was hurtle. the eagles scored a big win against the houston, houston hon texans, but it did come with injuries. >> reporter: sources are saying nick foles broke his collarbone, eagles have not confirmed that yet, foles has an mri scheduled for today. the eagles top the houston texans 31-21, but the victory came at a cost. linebacker, demeco ryans picked off a pass and fumbled and went down, his teammates were crying as he was carted off. he is expected to miss the rest of the year with a torn
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achilles. >> demeco is a rock for us on defense, i hope he is already. guys have to step up. quarterback nick foles was sacked and injured his left, non-throwing shoreline in the last play of the first quarter. he walked off the field and head to the locker room for x-rays. mark sanchez stepped in and completed 15 of 22 passes for 220 yards. the head coach commended his play, but some fans are not convinced. >> sanchez he got a win and brought it home. >> i said from the start we got to have two quarterbacks in the league, when nick went down, i don't think we missed a beat offensively. >> reporter: back hear live at lincoln financial field one week from tonight the eagles face the panthers. we'll see if it is foles or sanchez as starting quarterback, the mri is scheduled for later
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today. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> voters across the condition go to the polls tomorrow. when the smoke clears it is expected that the republicans will take the senate. democratic senator of corey booker of new jersey is seeking his first full 6 year term. polls show booker with a lead. democratic senator chris coons is running for his first full 6 year term. he faces kevin wade and green part candidate. polls show coons holding a double digit lead. polls open at 6:00 a.m. in new jersey, pennsylvania and delaware the polls open at 7:00 a.m. all polls close at 8:00 p.m. rely on "action news" on election night for complete coverage of all the big race also. we'll have live digit updates
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throughout the night at >> we're getting our first look inside the abandoned airport hangar where eric frein was hanging out. marshalls captured frein after an exhaustive manhunt in the poconos mountains. investigators say he was sleeping on a dirty mattress. police say they were clearing the area when they spotted frein walking near the area. >> i was like belows this guy walking in the -- i was like who's this guy walking in the middle of nowhere. >> police have recovered a rifle it will be tested to see if it was the rifle that killed bryon dickson and wounded trooper alex douglass. workers at the taj mahal
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will walk to the mayor's office they will ask the mayor to keep the taj open. the owners threaten to close it next month. the cheap tax gas in pennsylvania is why drivers have been paying lower prices here. maribel abers has been adding it up and what it means for consumers in the area. >> reporter: gas is at the lowest price since this time of the year. every penny declined means a billion dollars more for disposal income in households. there are plenty of apps to help you save money as you shop. this puts flyers from retailers at your finger tips.
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ebays pays member cash back every time they shop online. stocks rose friday after japan unexpected announced more measures to boost the country's struggling economy. futures are pointing to a lower open and watch for the jobs report that comes out on friday. >> time to turn to david, very cold when you wake up this morning, but a little better. >> reporter: it will get better this afternoon and better for election day. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows you a lack of precipitation. as we look outside we have sky 6 looking at the airport. every now and then the camera bounces a bit because of a stiff breeze, but not like yesterday. 39 as you head outside. cool enough for jackets an coats. 37 in trenton. 40 in reading, 39 in wilmington, 38 in millville. that's a nice improvement over 34 from an hour ago. 44 at sea isle city.
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i'll go ahead and bring on that always on day planner for you for those of you watching in hd. satellite and radar showing cloud cover welling up north of philadelphia. generally speaking we're looking for a fair amount of sunshine today i can say inning with some clouds as we go through the -- mixing with some clouds as we go through the around. in allentown, 58 not as windy as over the weekend. down the shore, 58. clouds and sun, and breezy. philadelphia, 59 is the high, winds running west/northwest at 20 miles per hour and chilly conditions with the mix of sun and clouds. as we roll through the day, 51 at 11:00. 2:00 p.m., 58 degrees. 54 at 5:00 p.m. the high 2:30 or 3:00 before we see the numbers drop.
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tomorrow, election day, there will be clouds and sun, generally speaking a pretty good looking day no precipitation, and temperature-wise which is what people look at when they think about the polls. it will be chilly in the morning when the polls open in new jersey at 6:00 a.m. him 43 degrees in millville. 44 in philadelphia. of course the polls open at 7:00. noon, mid 60s in philadelphia. we go later into the evening. 6:00, 59 degrees, still not bad, the polls close at 8:00 and we're down at 57. no weather related reasons to keep you home from voting tomorrow. 59 degrees is the high, tomorrow, 66. partly sunny skies. partly sunny and nice on wednesday, high of 68. thursday is when the next frontal boundry arrives, we'll see periods of rain some of the rain could be heavy at times. when that's coming down maybe a little bit of street flooding popping up here or there.
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friday 59 degrees and lingering showers. cool for the weekend, saturday, sunny and 50. a gate at a former concentration camp someone stole in germany. >> we have the latest on nick would lend did a's -- nick wol wolenda's famous stunt. >> we have .
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>> 6:15 taking a live look at philadelphia international airport. we had time change over the weekend, daylight saving time, you got an extra hour of sleep, everybody should be up and alert this morning. >> right, karen? >> reporter: right, i've had my coffee, i'm alert and awake. this is i-95 at cottman starting to slow allegheny to cottman. quakertown bucks county 309 west end boulevard at edgemont we have an accident involving a deer. watch for possible restrictions.
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we had an accident involving a deer on the turnpike westbound near norristown, no proximate on the turnpike westbound. we had a few other problems that cleared out, the accident on cathedral road. no problems, as well as the down wires in bryn mawr. better news as we scan around the region. weather wise, 39 degrees in philadelphia. 38 in millville. 35 in allentown. you know what, it's cold out there this morning, we have no weather-related problems affecting your morning commute or evening commute. sunshine and clouds, a little breezy, nothing like the winds from the weekend, 59 degrees for your high. the young brain cancer patient who championed the right to die laws died. brittany maynard moved to oregon to take advantage of doctor assisted suicide laws.
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a german gate outside a concentration known for the bitter lie of his worlds has been stolen. security officials say someone would have to climb over another gate to get to it. it was housed near munich the first gate set up by nazis in 1933. it is now a holocaust memorial. more oohs and awes from nick would -- would with a >> >> reporter: my twitter follower at the shore reports 35 degrees, lots of you are in the 30s. if you're dressing the kids, sweatshirts work. mack lawsuit at -- immaculata university is
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is a bit much. >> reporter: let's check out the roads in the west chester area this is 202 northbound it's looking good, but it will be closed at paoli pike from 11:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. tomorrow. they are removing the overhead bridge beam. take paoli rye or 35 -- road or 352 instead. northeast extension is looking good. the ben showing no problems, no restrictions that's good. that construction is long gone and malice transit all on time as you head out the door on a monday morning. way to start the week. >> reporter: my twitter follower peggy in conshohocken reports 35 degrees in conshohocken right now. as we take a look at numbers around the region. a lot of numbers in the 30s. 39 in wilmington. 37 in trenton and 38 in millville. a little bit of a breeze kicking
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around, too. definitely think about putting the coat on as you head outside. numbers will go 8:00, 42, noon, 55 degrees, 3:00 p.m., 59 is the high. we'll be dipping back down to 51 degrees at 6:00 p.m. winds 10 to 20 miles per hour. all green aircraft on the big board at the airport. looks like sun is coming up nice and bright up in boston and nobody reporting any rain from chicago to orlando or any of our other more frequently traveled destinations. >> the sixers are looking for their first win of the season. they host the rockets at the wells fargo center tonight. they are 0-3. nascar driver got in a fight with jeff gordon. their cars bumped on the final lapse and they did bumping here, gordon got a cut lip.
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jimmy johnson took the checkered flag. a historic firehouse is damaged by flames. >> scot ask -- katherine scotts in south philadelphia with the injury bug that built the birds. >> reporter: two key injuries for the
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newspapers speak out. tom corbett has been something of a disaster. tom corbett cut spending on education by a billion dollars... it's time for a change. elect tom wolf, and you'll get the type of governor we haven't seen for a while... who looks out for average, hard-working pennsylvanians. it's wolf who has solid ideas for bringing in new business and for boosting the economy. tom wolf for governor, a fresh start for pennsylvania. >> it is 6:25, chopper 6 hd is
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live over center city philadelphia and look out to the east, a beautiful sunrise. now, remember it's coming up an hour early because of the time change. official sunrise time, 6:33. it's going to be bright when the kids are at the bus stop, right. sun and clouds, the low temperature, give it to me here, you got it, there will not be a low temperature today, that's it. a local urologist who went over seas is weighing in on the nurse who is in maine. tests indicate she is not infected with ebola. dr. paul burger said she needs to abide by the quarantine order. >> it's irresponsible because she could be endangering a lot
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of people following the experts are saying not panic and go into a mode of selfish thinking. >> new york and new jersey have implemented a mandatory three week quawren -- quarantine for those who treated ebola patients in west africa. investigators are look into the cause of a fire that broke out at a old fire house. when firefighters got to the scene they found flames spitting out of the second and third floors. it took several fire expeels more than an hour to finally get the blaze under control. the buildings has been a social hall for the past few years. >> 6:27 we'll get a check on weather and traffic this next. >> when we come back an overnight house fire sent a
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>> this morning on "action news," the is the battered birds fly home. we'll let you know on the eagles injuries. >> pennsylvania gubernatorial candidates brought in big name help.ennsylvania gubernatorial president obama and governor chris christie dive into keystone state politics. >> she got the worse news possible, but now she is all smiles because of the man who helped her through it. the couple that got engaged after meeting at a local hospital. >> we've david outside and karen, look david it's light outside. >> reporter: time change in effect. we have sunshine coming up over the horizon. you can see a pink hue coming up over the horizon right now. there's cloud cover to the east and there's some forming in
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philadelphia and north and west. generally speaking it's a bright start and staying with a sun and clouds mix today. we're off to a chilly start, 39 degrees in philadelphia. allentown in the mid 30s and 30-degree readings in trenton, millville and dover. winds starting to pick up to 14 miles per hour. bundle up this morning it will feel chillier than the temperature would otherwise indicate. as we head to the school bus there's the 39 on action act app on your smart phone. the high is 59 degrees. when i step inside we've got a milder day for election day and then some rain arriving later in the workweek. details coming up. >> reporter: all right, dave, we thought we would take a camera tour since it's nice and bright out there. this is southbound traffic
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heading toward center city jamming from past academy to ben franklin bridge to girard. here's a look at the roosevelt boulevard at ridge avenue that's southbound trask a traffic, a little southbound building volume as you head toward the schuylkill expressway. in chester county this is the 30 by pals at 340 you'll see the sun declare out there. a little building volume. we have an accident involving a deer. 309 west end boulevard at edgemont avenue watch for that as you head out the door early on monday morning. >> the eagles are back home, after a big, but costly win in texas. the victory put them back in first place in the nfc east. but there were injuries to key players, including the quarterback who might be gone for a while.
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katherine scott has more on this. >> reporter: multiple reports say nick foles broke his collarbone and could be out indefinitely. the eagles have not confirmed that. it's unclear what the lineup will look like when the eagles take on the panther also at the linc. the eagles topped the houston texans 31-21, but it came at a big price. two key players were injured. nick foles was sacked and injured his non-throwing shoulder in the last play of the first quarter. he headed off the field with a trainer and headed to the locker room for x-rays. mark sanchez stepped in for the win. >> i felt like i was ready i was prepared. of course you're nervous, i played in the stadium here, this is my first start here. >> reporter: linebacker, demeco ryans picked off a pass and fumbled and went down. else expected to miss the rest
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of the year with a torn achilles, his teammate is focusing on what's next while ryans heals. nick foles is scheduled to have an mri today. hopefully we'll learn about his injury then. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> brand new this morning, a firefighter had to go to the hospital after a house fire in philadelphia. crews say the flames were inside the walls of the home on north camack street. firefighters had it under control in 15 minutes, but one of them had to go to temple university hospital to get checked out. no word on his condition this morning. we're at the big board with full election day coverage. the polls open 24 hours from now. one of the biggest political battles in the area is the race for pennsylvania governor, incumbent tom corbett will be in
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west chester. tom wolf is taking a bus tour across the state. president obama stumped for wolf inside the liacouras center at temple university of corbett got help from chris christie at an event in ivyland bucks county. the president talked about would feel's background as a businessman. christy said corbett can come from behind and win if republicans get out to vote. >> he is a sincere person he is somebody who knows how to create jobs and start a business and serve the public. he is in it for the right reasons. >> democrats are not coming ot they are not excited. in fact they are not excited about their on candidates and they shouldn't be. they are not excited about tom wolf in pennsylvania. let me tell you what's going to happen on tuesday night, four more years. >> the 6abc franklin and
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marshall poll last week had would feel with a 13 point lead. if the democrat wins corbett would be the first incumbent governor to lose his bid for a second term. the polls open at 6:00 a.m. in new jersey, and 7:00 a.m. in pennsylvania and delaware. all polls close at 8:00 p.m. volunteers of the league of women voters will be at 6abc at 7:00 a.m. to answer questions about voting procedures there's the number, (877)940-6222. "action news" will have complete coverage of all the big races on election day and expect live digitle updates throughout the night at a man is charged with manslaughter after the woman he is he accused of attacking died of her injuries.
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fernandez flores attacked paola delgado-polanco she gave birth to a little girl before she passed. raphael robb was convicted of murdering his wife ellen gregory robb inside their king of prussia home. the couple had a daughter who was 12 at the time. tomorrow's mega millions jackpot has grown to 321 millions doors. that makes it the 20th largest jackpot in united states lottery history. the cash value is $200 million. watch that drawing tomorrow night on "action news" at 11:00. on wednesday the philadelphia school district will resume hearings to shut down the walter d. palmer charter school. this comes after it was revealed
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the school underperformed and violated its charter. last month they kicked out 250 children because the school was unable to pay its bills. >> cooler temperatures are coming faster. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows us right now we are precipitation free which is nice. as we take a look at the wide view there, you can see there's a little bit of precipitation up in buffalo, but that's it. as we look outside we have the sun coming up off the coast of atlantic city, that's all good. you can see the camera bouncing a little bit as there's a little bit of wind kicking around the region right. that's going to be the case today not as windy as yesterday, but a little bit on the breezy side. still chilly today, that's the first highlight in the forecast. but we're looking at a milder election day, a little bit more comfortable than what we
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experienced over the weekend. 39 degrees is the current temperature in philadelphia, so it's coat weather. you have the west/southwest windy at 14 miles per hour. there's a noticeable wind. i'll bring in the always on day planner for those of you watching in hd so you can glanls glanls -- glance ahead. as we look at satellite, we have bright conditions to start out. as we roll through the day the clouds may sweep down from the northwest, but change us over to a sun and clouds mix. but we'll maintain fairly bright conditions. 42 degrees by 8:00. 55 by 11:00. 59 is the high at 2:00 p.m. we plunge back to are -- 55 by 5 can 5:00. 58 in allentown.
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and 57 in cape may. the winds are lighter and we'll pull in the southwesterly flow around the high. we'll be milder tomorrow arch. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, sun mixing with clouds today. a high of 59 still cool, a little bit below average, but still in the neighborhood of whawmed expect for this time of -- what you would expect for this time of career and better over the weekend. tomorrow, milder, 66 degrees, a nice election forecast. nice on wednesday, high of 68 above average there. thursday that's when the next frontal boundary arrives, we'll wind up cloudy at times, rain with periods of rain some of which could be heavy, so thursday is a wet one. friday, lingering showers, but transitioning toward drier weather. 50 50 on saturday, 55 on sunday. >> lava continues to fall
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>> welcome back you're taking a live look here, sky6 live hd looking at the sun up there, in the first state of the wilmington, delaware. 6:44, 46 degrees.f the >> the commute may be better, right, karen? >> reporter: we're looking live at 42, it's bright out there, eastbound traffic is heavy from oaks to 23 on 422. on 422 between stowe and route 100, they are starting bridge construction from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. beginning today they will be doing restrictions they are rebuilding the bridge over the schuylkill schuylkill river. today they are starting on the eastbound shoulder. the construction will last for years. we had an an accident with a deer that's cleared.
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i-95 southbound at cottman, 24 miles per hour. 18 southbound at girard a little slow there. 17 miles per hour on the schuylkill expressway westbound as you can see approaching the boulevard to past belmont. eastbound near montgomery near girl 35 miles per hour. slow approximate going there, as well. let's look at the temperatures, 38 in millville. 37 in trenton. no weather-related problems today. just the chilly air and sunshine and clouds, breezy high of 59. >> now some help from mother nature is helping to stop the flow of lava that is threatening homes on hawaii's big island. the lava stream is 480 feet away from the road of the town. it has stalled for the moment. it flow started moving toward the town back in june. it has only destroyed a shed so
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far, but threatens a number of homes. a 6th college football is facing charges in the brutal beating of a west chester man. freshman linebacker from california university turned himself in over the weekend. he and five teammates are accused of attacking louis campbell. he try to to stop an argument involving his girl friend near the campus, he has severe brain injuries. all the players have been suspended. two years ago she was diagnosed with brain cancer. this morning she is engaged to one of the nurses who helped her beat the disease. they got engaged after this year's race for hope in the event to raise awareness about brain tumors. at a time met mcdoogle while being treated at the hospital. >> if you can like me while i
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was in the hospital like that. you'll be fine. i did pretty good. >> i got extremely lucky i'm not going to lie. >> the couple's tilter says fomo today maureen is cancer free. >> a winter wallop in new england. this is video of the snow that blanketed the region. good morning has a live preview next. >> reporter: all right, guys we're dressing kids in the sweatshirts maybe the hood up, some of you are in the 30s and winds may be kicking up a little bit. it's jackets this afternoon. mack lalt at that is - ( helicopter whirring ) - ( roars ) ( siren wails ) ( pop music playing ) ♪ when you're ready ♪ ready, ready, ready ♪ come and get it ♪ get it, get it ♪ when you're ready, come and get it ♪ ♪ na na na na ♪ na na na na na na na ♪
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>> it's time to get a preview of "g.m.a." >> let's go to amy robach live to the "g.m.a." studios with a preview of what we'll see at 7:00 a.m..m.a." studios with a >> reporter: good morning matt and tam, good to see you, we're talking about the early winter storm in new england bringing frigid cold and record snowfall we're live from maine with the latest. caught on camera a violent brawl jeff gordon going after a rival driver who spun him out. the producers of the movie
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american hustle are under fire facing a lawsuit what jennifer lawrence's character says about microwave ovens. >> jessica chastine and jennifer lawrence are here on good morning. >> reporter: this is south philadelphia, a new issue here disabled vehicle on the shoulder. no delays i-95 at the walt whitman bridge watch for that disabled vehicle just in right now. let's switch our camera view to 42. in new jersey, northbound might be a little slow from coles road to 295. not horrible yet. delaware overview no issues on i-95, 495 and 202 and 13 looking good. >> reporter: my twitter follower john from royersford, pennsylvania. tweets in 35 degrees.
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follow me david murphy of abc on twitter and facebook. 35 in allentown, 39 in wilmington, 38 in millville. a lot of cool numbers to start out. 36 in lancaster. if you're running errands and you have the option to wait until the afternoon, it will be better. 45 degrees at 9:00 a.m. noon, 5 degrees, there's the high 59 degrees we'll hit that around 2:30 or 3:00. drops quickly at 6:00 a.m. remember the time change brings about the earlier sunset, 51 degrees by 6:00. a little bit breezy, winds running 10 to 20 miles per hour. not as bad as yesterday. >> there's a twist on "dancing with the stars". the seven remaining couples appear in character. 6 will have to have a dance-off. out of the 6 they will died who
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>> we have a breaking story at 6:55. philadelphia police are investigating the reports of an abduction along west colter street in germantown.
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the report said 22-year-old was forced into a car, possibly a gray ford taurus with a broken rear window. if you have any information call police. >> reporter: hadn't been a bad morning commute. let's check it. i-95 not bad pour us, this guy who is stuck on the side of the road might not like it. a disabled vehicle at bridge as you head toward cottman. police are on hand assisting with this. we have another disabled vehicle northbound near the walt whitman bridge. >> reporter: we have camera bouncing it's breezy, cool with the suburbs in the 30s. 9:45, noon, 55. 3:00 p.m., 59 that's the high and we zip down to 351 quickly by 6:00 and getting into the 40s soon after that. there might be debris left on
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the roads because of the strong winds yesterday. watch out for trees and twigs and trash cans. >> it is 6:56 if you have anymore clocks that you need to get on the right foot now un. we'll be back with updates, for david, matt, karen, i'm tam. we hope you have a great monday! [ female announcer ] you get sick, you can't breathe through your nose...
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good morning, america. and breaking overnight. snow emergency. a record-breaking winter storm blasting the east coast. blizzard-like conditions. dumping nearly two feet in some areas. powerful wind gusts. taking out power and trees an trucks. ginger is tracking it all. wild brawl. superstar jeff gordon attacks nascar's new bad boy. fists flying and the crowd cheering after gordon's car was spun out in the 200-mile-per-hour race. >> the way he races, i don't know how he's won a championship. >> will nascar crack down? what a view. that's a long way down. >> daredevil nik wallenda, breaking a new record with his death-defying tight rope