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there's the view at philadelphia international airport. like yesterday we we have the colder temperatures in place, but not the clear skies. we have clouds out there, that's the trend throughout the day. cloudy and no precipitation. 30 in quakertown. 334 in martins creek. 34 in warrington. pottstown, 33. fleetwood, 32. 38 in grass borough, cinnaminson, 38. hammonton, 36. if you remember yesterday most of the temperatures were down in the 20s. we're doing better, thanks to the cloudy cover that moved in the overnight while most of you were sound asleep. it acts as a protective blanket and keeps the ground warm and it keeps the warmth from escaping into space when clouds roll in overhead. we'll have cloudy skies and sun setting at 4:44.
the storm system we're watching is across the deep south. it will bring a swath of heavy rain across the delaware valley. we'll talk about a possible freeze upmonday into tuesday morning. nydia. >> we begin with this breaking news, the white house is working to confirm the claims of the beheading of another american captive. peter kassig was held by the terrorists and he if true, he is the third westerners. the terrorist group claims to have beheaded peter kassig. isis wanders several weeks ago that peter kassig would be computed for american military acts in iraq and syria.
since his capture in eastern syria last october he converted to islam and changed his name. his parents pleaded with isis leaders not to harm their son, a fell muslim. the 26-year-old served as an army ranger in iraq. he moved to syria in 201 and founded a medical aid mission. he wrote, if i do go down, i will know that you and mom loved me more than the moon and the stars. he lived in beruit a young and passionate young man dedicated to others. isis is holding another female american, so far no threats against her life. streets around city hall are close to do make way for the
second attempt to remove the famed pnb letters from 1 south broad building. the action cam was there as they started to remove the letters. it was a delicate operation, but they removed the remaining 9 letters. you can see the letters being lifted by a helicopter and gingerly set down. back in august, the crews tried to remove the 63-year-old by sin by helicopter, but now they are all down, the streets are still closed. a 10-year-old boy is in critical condition at children's hospital after he accidentally shot himself in the face. we know how he got his hands on the gun and the life saving efforts that were performed on the child by police, police in darby, delaware county received
reports of a child shot at 10:20 last night. when they arrived they found a boy suffering from the gunshot wound to the fails. the officers rushed the boy to the hospital, but that's not all. >> thanks to the alertness to the first arriving officers on scene. they scooped the child right away, he was lifeless, one officer drove the other performed cpr in the back of the car. they got him to the nearest trauma center which was fitzgerald mercy, he was revived at the time they got him into the e-r there. >> police say the boy and his sister were dropped off at the their father's job. the boy found the gun under northeast -- you are not underneath the drivers seat when he shot himself accidentally inn
the face. a car went out of control at ridge pike in lower providence township. the car went out of control and hit a utility pole. the victim was flown to the university of pennsylvania hospital. police are trying to determine what caused the car to go out of control. one person was killed overnight when their car slammed into a utility pole. it happened on the southbound side of delaware avenue north of oregon avenue in philadelphia at 2:30. police say the 32-year-old driver was killed. police are looking into what caused the driver to lose control of the vehicle. penn state football team earned bowl eligibility with the win this weekend, but the jerry sandusky scamedz -- scandal is shad depotting the school's efforts. penn state's president is looking at the new freeh report. >> reporter: pep state's
president -- penn state's president has been on the job since may, so why is he reviewing the report now? penn state university got the 6th win of the season. the nittany lions are bowl eligible for the first time since 2011. the ncaa lifted the sanctions after the freeh report. >> it is more special the fact that we had 49 seniors that stayed around the program when this university and when this community and when this football program needed them the most. >> it's a huge day for the program and for everything we've been through, it's great we can finally get the program back to where i think it should be. >> reporter: it's penn state president whose making headlines after he promised to tackle and thorough review the freeh report along with the materials produced during the
investigation. the content of the report has led to looking at some in the penn state community. he came to penn state in may long after the report that deeply dividedded the board of trustees. freeh concluded that joe paterno and top officials hid sandusky's abuse. freeh gave 100 recommendations for change which have been adopted by the school. a trustee agreed to revisit the investigation calling the freeh report false. the board voted against the review 7-9. penn state president did not say how long the review would take, but he would move with quote all
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ducis rogers for all the highlights immediately following "action news" at 11:00. much more to come on sunday morning edition of "action news." it's a common problem stopping antibiotics or other medication sooner than the doctors prescribe. some are taking advantage of the snowfall across the u.s. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. it's getting cold here, too, we'll be right back.
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it's looking a lot like winter in the mile high city this weekend. the storm brought zero temperatures and 16 inches of snow yesterday of of the kids didn't mind. the snowfall was more than enough to go sledding. one to four inch is expected to fall in the same area today. the unusual area snowfall meant sledding and tubing on mt hood. resort operators say this is the earliest they have been able to open. they hope for another good snowstorm so they can turn on the ski lifts to are skiers and snow boarders. >> reporter: those activities are fun. >> reporter: there are a lot of people who are enjoying the cold weather, some aren't.
i want to show you the shore, this is today's snow cover across the lower 48. look toward the top of the picture, the high plains, the packed northwest, look at all the snow cover, the same time last year, there was hardly anything out there. so winter has gotten off to a very fast start across the lower 48. it doesn't mean it's going to stay that way through march. as a matter of fact there's a warmup that will swing through the eastern states as we head into the holidays, we'll see, that's a ways out. let's go live on sky 6 and show you the view. we're waking up to chilly temperatures and a lot of cloud cover. underneath that cloud cover we're dry here, storm tracker 6 live double scan showing flurries west of the viewing area, harrisburg, pottsville, this is rapidly moving toward the northeast at 12 to 25 miles per hour. the air is dry, as this marches
east a lot of this evaporate before it makes it to the ground. don't be surprised if you see a quick passing flurry. reading 38 degrees, allentown, 32. ful poconos 30. philadelphia up to 40 degrees. millville, 38. trenton, 35. locally showing a lot of cloud cover out there, again a couple of spritzes and sprinkles. the water vapor imaging showing this is pushing out of the lonestar state and into arkansas and louisiana. this is an area of energy riding the southern branch of the jet stream producing this swath of moisture across the deep south. this will pull to the north an ride up the appalachians and bring wet weather into our neck of the woods. once the system passes, here comes old man winter. 7 degrees in omaha, 19 in bismarck. almost the entire area are feeling windchills from 10 to 20
below zero. this is nasty cold stuff. fortunately it will modify as it charges east. surface maps cloudy conditions, that will allow the low to come up the slopes of the appalachians. lots of wet weather as we head into tomorrow afternoon, periods of rain, ponding on the roadways, a nasty looking day, the snow is well to the west across the great lake states. cloudy skies, all day long, dry this afternoon, the clouds lower and thicken and gives way to rain overnight tonight. probably developing after 10:00, 11 this evening, arena lasting in the overnight hours, first thing tomorrow morning 8:30, you can see the dark shades of green. tomorrow we're talking about periods of rain, it won't rain every hour of the day. , but when it comes down it will be good.
that's the front right there, the temperature crash, look at the windchills tuesday morning, 13 degrees the model is predicting for reading. allentown, 14, philadelphia, 21. here is when it becomes tricky. if the cold air gets in quick enough there could black ice developing in the area. we have to be careful and see what happens tuesday morning. mostly cloudy today, 48 degrees, winds out of the southwest at 10 irs moo. overnight tonight, 35 degrees outlying suburbs, 41 center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 60 degrees for tomorrow's high, 35 for tuesday. and then we're into it. chilly for wednesday, 36. windchills tuesday afternoon, upper teens, low 20s. thursday, sunny and breezy, 47. friday 48, maybe more rain by afternoon. saturday, sunny, 44. >> we're seeing the chilly temperatures, but we're getting rain, not snow. >> 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. volunteers across the region are lending their support to american heros this weekend. the philadelphia/south jersey helping the fallen march raises money for suicide prevention. this is haddonfield last night. all proceeds go to a charity called active heros.
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provide many benefits but maybe not memory. researchers found no difference in the memory and thinking skills of those who took the supplements compared to those who didn't. one key to preserving your memory is exercise which has been shown to delay the on set of alzheimers. >> some patients don't adhere to their prescription instructions, whether it's over-the-counter or prescription medication, following doctors instructions is critical. >> in antibiotic therapy, the infection may never go away. >> research shows 50% of americans don't take the medication as prescribed and the ramifications can be significant. not taking them correctly causes 30 to 50% of treatments to fail
and 125,000 deaths annually. remember for any medicine to truly work you have to give it a chance and once your symptoms begin to subside continue to take the medication as prescribed. >> firefighters put their lives on the line everyday to keep others safe, but the demands of that job may make sleep difficult for these heros. researchers surveyed 7,000 firefighters nationwide. they found that a third has sleep disorder such as apnea and insomnia and restless leg syndrome. the problem firefighters work for 24 hours straight. yourly caring for contact lenses is one of the main causes of hundreds of thousands of eye inif he cans each year. that's according to a new report from the cdc. it estimates there are nearly 1 million patient visits to doctors offices, clinics and
hospitals for these type of cases. most of the time they are irritation and redness, a small number are severe that lead to blindness. this happens when contact lenses are worn overnight and not properly cleaned or stored. one in every nine americans wear contacts. lockheed martin is testing a robotic suit that gives workers super strength. it gives workers the ability to lift heavy objects with ease. the u.s. navy has bought two of the suits. lockheed martin has been putting them to use in the buildingsful c-130. what's possible today?
i.welcome back everyone, 9:24, sunday morning, you're looking at a day planner. today's high, 48 degrees. normally we should be around 56. we're well below average, but it's an improvement from yesterday. the issue is monday night into tuesday morning, this is the arctic front, monday, 6:00 p.m., periods of rain all day. this is the arctic front that will be slicing through, once it crosses, the testers plunge on the backside -- the temperatures plunge on the backside. as we flip it over to the temperatures, this is what the model is predicting tuesday morning, everybody west of the delaware river will see temperatures below the freezing mark of 32 degrees. that's the magic number that's when things start to freeze up.
there could icing issues tuesday morning. if there are wet roads you may see patchy black ice. for the far western suburbs, tuesday morning, rain monday evening, terms drop quickly and we have black ice on bridge also and back roads. for the first time in american history, people legally bid on marijuana buds. hundreds of pounds of pot hit the auction block, bidding began at 2 to $3. the first sale of the day was a pound 1/2 for $4,500. much of the pot sold were special strains that won't get a person high, but have medicinal benefits. >> stars are lining up for a charity do they know it's
christmas? it will be row recorded to raise money for the battle against ebola. one direction and cold play chris martin will lend voices to the new version. the song was recorded yesterday and should be available to download tomorrow. >> patrick dempsey has a new award not for acting or motor sports career. yesterday he returned to his home state to accept the maine creative award. his mother died in march. the nonprofit maine center awarded did he dempsey for his visionary thinking and persistence in helping cancer patients. >> a nebraska woman proves you're never too old to reach your dream. >> plus, president obama
broad have come down one letter at a time. >> speaking out the woman accusing philadelphia native bill cosby of sexual assault talks about her ordeal. >> get ready for the temperatures to take a nose dive. meteorologist chris sowers joins us outside with the accuweather details. hi, chris. >> reporter: good morning to you, nydia. it's not that bad out here, some locations are close to yesterday's high, it's only 9:30 a.m. numbers wise we're okay. allentown, 32, philadelphia, 40. yesterday we topped out at 44. wilmington, 40, trenton, 35, millville, 38. feels like 31 in reading, 36 in philadelphia. trenton 31. millville, 37 degrees. the satellite and radar locally cloudy skies across the region. if you look toward the left-hand side of the screen, you're starting to notice greens and whites that's a mixed bag of
precipitation that's pulling off to the northeast. the air is dry, so a lot of that is not reaching the ground. don't be surprised if you live in the far western suburbs if you see a quick passing sprinkle or flurry in the next hour or two. accuweather says it's a mainly cloudy day, milder than yesterday, but below average for this time of the year. 48 degrees that's the forecasted high. headlines tomorrow looking miserable, especially for someone who has to work outdoors. periods of rain, some of it heavy at times, and turning bitter cold especially for november standards once we get into tuesday and wednesday. i'll have the bone-chilling details when i step back inside with the full forecast in just a few minutes. >> chris, thank you. the big story on "action news," the famed letters atop the 1 south broad buildings are norm. they are removed and set on the
truck for transport forever changing the philadelphia skyline. nora muchanic is there, hi nora. >> reporter: nydia, if you don't succeed, try try again. take a look the iconic pnb letters atop the buildings are gone. go up 28 floors, if you look closely you may see the workmen still atop number 1 south broad street. a helicopter swooped in to pluck the giant letters off the buildings where they have stood since 19 50s. each letter is 16 feet tall and ways 3,000 pounds. in august, it didn't go to smoothly. the letters were fragile, they came up with a way to remove them with a more secure system and without the risk of crumbling on the way down.
pnb was philadelphia national bank. many watched the choppers hoist the letters one by one and dropped them on the ground and load them on a flat bed truck by crane. we watched the man who watched this morning and a touch of sadness. check it out. >> i came down here this morning we were here a couple of months ago when they took the first three letters down, obviously they had problems with that. i came out to see if they could foirg -- figure it out, and they did. whatever the problem was they fixed it. it's sad, it's a part of your skyline, partly of your child, you drive into center city, you see city hall and the pbn letters, now they are not there any more. >> back live, it is kind of sad, but they did make quick work of it. they had to get a crew from the
faa to do this and had the helicopters up in the air. a lot of treats streets around city hall are closed because there's heavy equipment in the area. while it may have been a noisy morning, it was a productive one, all the letters came off without a hitch and mother nature cooperated because there was no winds to complicate matters. boy it is something when you see that they pull it off and drop it down and pinpoint it on the ground. a little bit of philadelphia history gone this morning. live in center city, i'm nora muchanic channel 6 "action news." nydia? >> all right, nora, thank you. in other news, a 10-year-old boy is in critical condition after he accidentally shot himself in the face with his father's gun. the boy was waiting in the car as his father finished a shift from a an auto repair business. the boy got the gun from under
the drivers seat and accidentally shot himself. the delaware district attorney's office will determine if the father will face any charges in the shooting. >> crime scene tape spread across the philadelphia street overnight as police began the investigation into a deadly shooting. it happened on north 21st street. the a man was shot several times at 2:30, he was rushed to temple university hospital where he later died from his wounds. >> two drivers are in the hospital after they got into a fight in the middle of a busy bucks county intersection. it happened at street and york roads in warminster. police say a 45-year-old man from hatboro and 47-year-old man from warminster pulled over and started to argue and chase each other around the vehicles. one man was stabbed in the stomach and the other suffered cuts to his face. people inside a nearby diner watched the whole thing unfold.
the dinners tell "action news" the two men continued to fight even as someone try to to break it up. >> i can't believe someone had the nerve to commit such a vicious crime him. that's pretty personal, don't you you think, stabbing someone. >> reporter: police have questioned both men, charges are pending in the case. >> rape allegations against bill cosby have reassure faced. a former actress spoke to abc news once again accusing the comedian of raping her. barbara bowman claims cosby drugged and raped her in 1985. she said she hid in silence for years out of fear and shame. cosby has not responded to the accusations, although he was asked about the applications on npr weekend edition.
>> now, abc news has tried to get a comment from cosby's representatives, but so far he has not responded either. cosby has canceled appearances on late-night tv shows. the parents of michael brown are reacting to video released the day their son was shot and killed. the new material obtained by the saint louis newspaper shows the ferguson police officer moments after the shooting. officials said his face was swollen after the shooting. the newly released videos a bit fuzzy, one of the attorneys said it clearly shows he was not injured. a recommendation will be made is to weather wilson will be
charged in the shooting death of brown. brown was unarmed when he was killed. >> an american doctor infected with the ebola virus is being treated at a nebraska facility. he arrived yesterday, he was taken to a bio containment unit in nebraska medical center. he is is from sierra leone, but a permanent u.s. resident. members who came with him said he was stable to make the trip, but doctors in africa said he was in critical condition. >> the president is back from the 8 day trip to asia and australia. the summit was overshadowed by tensions with vladimir putin and western leaders. the president is expected to be back in the white house by midnight tonight. the boy scouts continue a
holiday tradition to help feed the hunger through the holiday season. they fanld out across the -- fanned out across the area and picked up bags they dropped off last week. the holiday food drive put 770,000 meals on the table. the scout leader remembers when the mean of the program hit him him. >> at first was something to do for troop and then i saw the recipients of it and i realized these people needed it. i was thinking about thanksgiving, they were thinking about the next meal. >> i think we have to give back to everybody who can't have it all the time. >> reporter: if bag was not picked up, contact philabundance or donate it to a local food bank. the boy scouts will be donating at the thanksgiving parade. 6abc is teeming up to raise money to fight hunger in the delaware valley by doing a live
telethon. volunteers will be manning the phones taking donations from 4 to 6:30 p.m. go online to 6abc.com for a link to the philabundance owe addition page. >> there's much more to come on "action news," she had one wish as a little girl, now the wish comes true on her birthday. >> snow false in parts of the u.s. over the weekend. now you're looking live, sky6 live hd at adventure aquarium. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. at your nearest buying center. ♪ find out how much your car is worth ♪ ♪ at webuyanycar.com ( siren wails ) ( pop music playing ) ♪ when you're ready ♪ ready, ready, ready
the day. i do not want to break any records. >> reporter: what a mess we have 25 different states under winter weather advisory. old man winter is flexing his muscles so early this season. it's only the middle of november. there's the view at penns landing, it's dry and we're not seeing any precipitation. we're seeing moisture pop up well west of philadelphia, places like reading and allentown, it appears there's a few flurries or sprinkles passings on by. more than likely the majority of that is not reaching the ground. don't be surprised if you see a quick passing flurry or sprinkle. reading, 32 degrees, allentown, 32. trenton, 35. these clouds are running well in advance of this system that's
strengthening to the south. as this pulls north it will bring rain with it. but the cold air stays on the backside. the snowflakes will fly in the ohio valley and the tennessee valley. poconos you start out as light snow after midnight tonight. for everybody's, this is all -- everybody else, this is all wet, not white. feels like 3 degrees in wichita, 7 below in omaha. 4 in bismarck. 65 in new or this cold air barrelling east and arrives tuesday morning. today looks like a dull and gray afternoon. we'll stay dry. later this evening, after 9:00, 10, the light rain begins, it will begin as a snow sleet and rain in the poconos. you have a winter weather
advisory after 7:00 p.m. in the delaware valley it's too mild, so it's all rain. tomorrow, periods of rain, heavy at times especially as the arctic front puzzle -- pulls through, 6 to 7:00 p.m. temperatures on the backside start to drop rapidly, actually, we'll be all the way down into the 20s and 30s by tuesday morning. rainfall totals, again it's all going to depend on where where the heaviest band set up. as the model showing some of this will be heavy. 1.6 for philadelphia. 1.16 in wilmington, more than 3/4 in the reading and an inch in the poconos. for today, it's a nice, quite finish to the weekend. just a little gray and dull looking. trenton, 47. 45 in allentown. lancaster, 45. cape may and dover, 52. overnight tonight, the clouds lower and thicken. periods of rain developing after 9:00. 10:00. milder, 35 degrees, far western
suburbs, places like reading or allentown. 41 for center city. the cold air in the poconos will start out at snow maybe up to an inch. and then it quickly goes over to scheet and freezing rain at 3:00, 4:00. by the time you wake up at 6:00, 7:00 in the morning, at this point you're looking at a cold rain in the mountains. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 48 degrees today, 60 tomorrow, periods of rain. 35 tuesday, wednesday, 36. with the winds both days it will feel bitter out there. windchills especially on tuesday are hanging out in the 20s. 47 on thursday, friday, 48. saturday sunny 44 degrees. >> 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. >> there is still no signal
check out the pictures from sky6 live hd taking a live look over the water in atlantic city. clouds not a whole lot of sun out there right now, 41 degrees in philadelphia. turning to sports, the eagles have landed in green bay where they face the packers, plus the flyers drop the puck in montreal. here's jeff skeverski with all your sunday morning sports.
>> reporter: the eagles better be ready. good luck defending this. aaron rogers has flown 26 straight touchdowns at home without an interception the longest streak in nfl history, ducis rogers no relation is in the eagles. >> reporter: as you can tell it's cold here in appleton, wisconsin. i'm not wearing a coat, why, because eagles say weather is not a factor. >> you know when everybody is talking about the weather here, you got to respect you showing up in the short sleeves. >> sure, i just got off the bus, i don't know, i wasn't planning on being outside that long. >> i like playing in the cold. ic vouch for a lot of guys, you don't get tired as much, you have to stay warm. >> reporter: the eagles are arriving as a confident bunch, they are 7-2. they know the pack are a
powerful opponent. >> we have a challenge, but we're up for any challenge and we're looking forward to the game. >> reporter: on second thought i think i'll go inside and get a coat. ducis rogers channel 6 "action news." >> reporter: he better he'll come back with a cold. more on the game on eagles game day kickoff at 11:30. we'll recap the eagles packers on game day final later tonight after "action news" at 11:00. flyers coach said they couldn't keep up with columbus friday night, doesn't appear anyone can keep up with the team they are playing last night. montreal has the most points in hockey. this is the definition of a flyered up flyers fan. a face painter in montreal. they fell behind 3-0. they made it interesting, brayden schenn scored twice. they are fighting back again, the buck is loose in front of
the net, where is it, i think i see it. matt reid scores, flyers down 1. seven minutes to go in the game, canadians close the door, dale wheat scores twice and the flyers lose back-to-back games. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a great day. >> a nebraska woman got one of her biggest wishes on her 81st birthday. maryland black became a girl scout. growing up her family was poor and couldn't afford the fee. her sister decided to give her a priceless gift. let me explain the situation, the organization decided to accept her as a scout. she is the oldest person to be inducted as a scout. she was beaming with pride approving it's never been too late for a dream to come true. >> meteorologist chris sowers
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inside story, hope to see you then. >> now the accuweather forecast. >> reporter: it's going to be cloudy and milder today. 48 degrees, normally we should be at 56. tomorrow, temperature-wising looks fantastic. we'll see a lot of rain, 60 degrees, once that pulls out to sea, here comes the arctic invasion, 35 tuesday, windchills in the teens and 20s. 36 for wednesday. cold. >> george stephanopoulos is coming up at 10:30. martha raddatz fills in and she'll have more on the breaking news of the isis terrorist beheading another american. >> reporter: isis claims it beheaded another american hostage. ferguson on edge as we are days away from a grand jury decision, plus the new tape of the officer hours after the shooting, how
will the city react and obama care under fire always the so-called architect of the law is forced to apologize for comments he made. the power house round table is here to weigh in on that and all the week's politics. coming up on this week, eva and nydia back to you. >> "action news" continues at noon. here's some of the stories we're working on for you, the center city skyline is changing is they have remove the letters from the philadelphia bank building. eagles are taking on the packers, for eva pilgrim, chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han. we'll see you at noon
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>> i'm monica malpass on inside story with republicans firmly in control of the house and senate what policy issues are likely to come out, we'll get the inside scoop from senator pat toomey. good morning and welcome to inside story, welcome to pat toomey, republican from pennsylvania here. thank you for being here. >> thanks for having me. >> let's start with the election results from a couple of weeks ago. the republicans are in control of the house and senate, president obama a democrat will have logger heads with some of the things that will be put forward. why do you think the election went the way it did?
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