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november 10, let's head over to dave deafen and karen rogers -- david murphy and karen rogers, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, everybody, we have sunshine coming up this morning, we have coastal clouds around southern delaware and coastal south jersey. temperatures 41 degrees in philadelphia. 41 in allentown, 40 in reading. upper 30s in trenton. and low 40s in millville and at the shore. lots of sunshine, but cool and nice day and a nice recovery from the sunshine and rain yesterday. noon, 51. the high today will be that chilly 57 degrees around 3:00 p.m. before we slide back to 52 at 6:00 p.m. a little milder tomorrow for veterans day, but the winds build in during the afternoon, i'll have that story and the weekend call in the seven day. karen, what's going on on the roads? >> reporter: we have an accident on 422. we have more emergency workers
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coming to the scene. we have police and ambulance on the scene with the accident and penndot. at this point it's on the shoulder, but it's on 422 westbound as you head toward collegeville at oaks as we look live, you can see the accident scene. it's a little slowing past the accident scene with the emergency workers here. the ambulance is taking off slowing things down a little bit. police the scene with that one. in lower providence we have a downed pole blocking level root add ridge pike. stick to 29. the majors look okay, looking at the boulevard, construction cleared, traffic is moving all right. roads are a little bit wet from the rain yesterday. the vine stroat -- street expressway, no problems the vine is in good shape. no accidents on the blue route, schuylkill expressway or i-95 speeds in the 50s. >> the transition of power
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begins today, president obama welcomes donald trump to the oval office. >> a white house spokesman noticed it might not be an easy meeting, but the president will be sin -- sincere about a smooth handover. katherine scott runs down what is expected to happen today. >> reporter: the two have had strong words for each other, but today they meet at the white house. yesterday donald trump spent the day at trump towers focusing on the transition. the first public step in the transmission of power, obama said the two have major differences, but that will not stand in the way. >> it's not secret that the president-elect and i have significant differences, but remember 8 years, president obama and i had significant
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differences, but president obama's team could not have been more professional or more gracious making sure we have a smooth transition. >> reporter: trump outlined his first order of business including canceling all federal funding to skank wear -- sanctuary cities including philadelphia and renegotiating nafta. trump plans to repeal and replace the affordable care act. trump will meet with paul ryan one of his high profile critics in the republican party. he congregate late -- congratulated the president-elect and said it's time to come together. >> there's no doubt our flock casey can be messy, we remain a sharply divided countries, now as we do every four years we have to work would he'll the
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divisions of a long campaign. >> reporter: and that meeting at the white house takes place at 11:00 a.m. during that time, melania trump will meet with michelle obama privately in the white house residence. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> protesters hit the streets in several cities concerned about the impact trump's policy could have on loo thrives, a -- could have on their lives. thousands surrounded trump towers in manhattan chanting not my president. five people were arrested for disorderly conduct. some people took their sadness an upset to the street in what you saw to the peaceful protests across the country including in philadelphia where they caused rolling road closures where they monitored
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the march. annie mccormick is live in center city with more on that. >> reporter: good morning, tam, protests from across the country, we had one in philadelphia last night. take a look at the video from chopper 6 hd overhead looking at the crowds at city hall where hundreds of anti-trump protesters started walking for hours starting to the temple university campus and back to city hall. police followed the crowd, the message was filled with anger and deployment that donald trump is the president-elect. the vote from pennsylvania made the adequate a red state. in philadelphia, 150% voted for trump, 80% for clinton. >> what's done is done, and donald trump will be the president come january, but that
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doesn't mean that our voices and our experiences are not valid, that does not mean all the hazel things donald trump -- hateful things donald trump has said over the last election sickle have gone away. >> reporter: you saw the heavy police presence we saw in the video, however there were no injuries or arrests made last night. annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> back to you. >> donald trump's victory was so stunning because it was so widely unexpected even by his many supporters. the national constitution meeting took place to figure out what happened. a host of political analysts were certain that hillary would be the winner even as americans began to vote. >> why did we miss it? probably because we are too busy covering the candidate and not the voter.
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>> nobody would admit they were for trump because of the negative things he said and known for saying. >> reporter: only one major public survey showed trump winning the election all the way up to election day. it was conducted by the pollster for the los angeles times. developing overnight, a teenager being chased by a gunman collapsed into his house. police found an 18-year-old man shot and lying in the doorway on the 1200 block of bridge street. no arrests have been made. the teen is in critical condition. happening today, the fate of jewlers row could lie in the hand of the philadelphia historical commission. the panel will decide if it would be added to the register of historical places. jewlers hope to block a developer's plan to knock down buildings on sansom street. toll brother is going to build
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condos there. in the past, the mayor asked the builder to be sensitive to the historic nature of the site. >> david is here to serve you happen a platter of fall. >> reporter: sunshine today, but cool weather, you're right, matt. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows us the rain is off the coast from the overnight. we'll build in plenty of sunshine, closer to the coast early clouds will break up, it won't be long, but you will be sunny there, as well. winds are light out of the north/northwest at 5 miles per hour. looking at satellite there's the coastal stuff that will be getting out of here. 40 degrees by 8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m., 46. we're breaking into the low 50s by lunch time. the high today, 57 degrees, cool, around average. 53 by 5:00 p.m., 56 in the low
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50s an 51 degrees in philadelphia. high temperatures, 58 in allentown, 58 in cape may. 57s and 59s mixed in here and there on your thermometer. friday, veterans day, we have a front coming through, ahead of it we get up to 63 degrees for the high, i could feel that coming for 30 seconds. behind it we'll see the winds build in, sun and clouds for veterans day, if you have ceremonies to go to in the morning, it won't be too windy, but in the afternoon, the winds will gust up into the 30s. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, high of 57 this afternoon, sun and chilly. friday, partly sunny and windy in the afternoon and at night. 63 is the high. behind the departing front, 51 degrees cooler. sunday, for the eagles game,
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58 degrees is the high, better in the afternoon. on monday, mostly sunny and 60. looks like we stay in the low 60s on tuesday and wednesday. tuesday afternoon, a shower is possible. wednesday there may be showers and in fact thursday a lingering shower wouldn't be out of the question, a little coastal system is causing that. it won't be cool enough for winter precipitation, you look for the coastal systems coming up the coast. >> like nor'easters where we have the snow. >> reporter: right. >> coming up on "action news," the gunman on the run after shooting five people in downtown seattle. a small town mayor finds herself fighting two purse snatchers and the encounter caught on camera. >> reporter: i-95 this is southbound traffic near allegheny, heading toward center city. no delay yet, it will build later. we'll check 422 and expect
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like glass on the delaware river? so placid and quiet, almost as if we didn't have an election
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day a couple of days ago, right? >> reporter: the a lot of people are exhausted. >> reporter: thank in there at least through the friday evening commute. 422 we have an accident scene on the shoulder. we can see police on the scene, we are watching live as the ambulance left on 422. you can see on the shoulder right now, westbound traffic at this point heading toward collegeville moving okay. over here, lower providence township we have an accident here, we're watching for level road being blocked at ridge pike there's a downed pole here. stick to 29 as the alternate instead that have one. on the turnpike, westbound near norristown we have construction on the right lane causing restrictions on the ramps, as well. hopping into new jersey, live on 42, traffic moving all right,
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gloucester city at market street northbound toward the walt whitman bridge up ahead you want reminder 42 northbound at 676 construction out there, blocking a lane, that's causing a slow go on the right lane and shoulder. on the waze app, south white hall township, upper macungie and bethlehem. no traffic robbers -- problems. 39 in pottstown, 41 in center city. 36 in browns mills. kind of cold there. 37 in vineland, 41 in dover. we'll have bright sunshine coming your way this afternoon, tam. >> this is breaking right now, two police officers in the town of cannons dburg pennsylvania, southwest of pittsburgh they have been shot at the scene of an incidents -- incident go on.
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it's not clear what led up to the incident. we are hearing that swat is on the team. they are looking for the person behind the incident. a gunman fired into a crowd outside a convenience store in seattle happening downtown injuring five people. it happened following an argument near a busy backup, the gunman -- bus stop, the gunman ran off, four men and a woman were rushed to the hospital. their conditions are improving. the election tension is hitting home for some philadelphia residents who fell victim to vandals. some spray painted trump rules, some found their cars defaced and at wrod -- brad and wharton
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street police found anti-trump graffiti. >> new on "action news," miami shore mayor said two men grabbed her purse and ran away. a camera recorded the chase as she ran after them. >> it was dangerous, i had a sense he was a young person and not expecting to be chased. if i had not chased after, i would not have gotten the tag on the car. >> detectives took three people into custody, and police are looking for the 4th suspect. >> 5:47 is the time, a new study says smart phones are destroying our sleep. >> a growing sinkhole in the lehigh valley is threatening a number of parents. >> reporter: clear skies -- apartments, clear skies, this morning, chilly on the bus stop this morning, i'll have the hour by hour forecast coming up next.
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gient sinkhole in -- giant sing hole in lancaster county is eating up the street and now the sidewalk. a accident units have been evacuated. they have found another caver n next to the sinkhole that could run under the apartments. looking live on the ben franklin bridge coming in from center city you're not alone, not a big delay, either. that's the westbound traffic coming in, and no delay between 8th and vine. the platt bridge if you're heading toward the airport or toward that area like that guy on the right-hand side you're
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moving all right here, septa regional rails no issues after the strike. we've been seeing ten to 20 minute delays. >> reporter: whether you're going to the train station platform or walking to the car or bus stop. 43 degrees by 8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m., 46. not a lot of wind today. the high is 57 degrees, some of you planning on going to the market in the afternoon, the better period it will be sunny and dry, 6:00 p.m., back down to 52 degrees, couple of things to look forward to, days away from thanks, few days from the winter solstice about we get more sun in play, 42 days to christmas, get shopping guys. >> i don't think to think about that, you can find the storm tracker 6 live double scan radar at money magazine has named
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>> welcome back you're taking a live look there, the view into center city. it is 5:55 a.m., 41 degrees out there. wildfires are burning across the south. dusty winds are fanning the flames in the tennessee mountains, no homes are in danger. the fire started burning on saturday, the investigators ruled it arson. firefighters are battling blazes in georgia and north carolina. five other bodies have been found on the land of the man, todd kohlhepp. they were shot to death. the couple's bodies were found not far from where a woman was chained up in a storage container. brad pitt has been cleared
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of child abuse authorities were looking into an incident on a private plane. he has been granted therapeutic visitors for the couple's 6 children. assumption college in worcester made eric shultz their squad. he has congestive heart failure, he had surgery even before he was born. >> you've got quite an arm who taut you how to do that? >> no one, i teached myself. >> harry's parents hope he will see a real baseball draft some day. they are building the base for the christmas tree that will
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stand at city hall this month. the tree will be brought in and decorated next week. the tree lighting is set for november 26th, i can smell it now. >> i know, hot cocoa. >> starbucks. >> the red cups are out. >> 'tis the season, we'll tell you about those cups, starbucks serves up signs of cups including one from a woman in delaware valley. state of new jersey takes over control of atlantic city leaving municipal jobs and contracts in limbo. >> good morning it is
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6:00 a.m., thursday,
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november 10. >> president-elect donald trump is said to meet with president obama today as the white house transition begins. we're live from the satellite center with the story. >> we'll hear from those who fear they may be negatively impacted by the trump presidency. >> the rain moves out and the sun returns with a bit of a cool breeze, a plane is taking off, i wonder where it's going. >> reporter: karen will have commute, and david murphy has accuweather. >> reporter: the rain is off the coast, and clouds are down by the shore, they will won't be there for long. mostly sunny skies, 41 degrees in philadelphia. a little bit of a breeze blowing around. 41 in reading.


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