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found murdered on the streets of trenton in the middle of the night. >> and we know what caused a small plane to crash in a south jersey backyard. >> and it was a soggy commute this morning. some folks woke up to rain but that is out and better weather is on tap. david murphy has the details. >> reporter: it was a wet start for some people but from south jersey and south some of you got rain as well. the only thing left on the map is a little line of broken light sprinkles and showers on their way north before too much longer, if you see that it's not much of an impact for you. as we look at clouds there is some breakup in the cloud could have to the south and looking like the rest of the day will feature clouds giving way to increasingly sunny breaks and the rain pulling out of here and
moving north and east. 60 degrees behind the rain in philadelphia. 56 in alden town and trenton. and 64 degrees in wilmington and 55 in cape may. where we expect it to stay a bit cooler today. there is a bit a wind but not much. i would advise a jacket if you head out and only a 10 miles per hour wind. that is cooler air out there. and we won't add much more to the thermometer, a high of 62 this afternoon, well above average and tonight 41 closer to the average low and some spots hitting the 30s tonight but i hope you like the 60s because we are in line for a number of days heading into the weekend nice high temperatures of 60 degrees, we'll talk about that in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast coming up. >> one of us was born in the 60s david. >> that would be rick. >> thanks david. >> make 6abc.com a regular stop on your devices, you'll find
everything you need to stay ahead in the forecast. and use facebook and twitter to connect with our meteorologists for updates as well. a woman was attacked in her burlington county home in the middle of the night, her injury s so severe she had to be flown to the hospital. she was stabbed around midnight. >> reporter: neighbors say the victim and the suspect used to be together but she kicked him out two months ago. he has been several times since but last night it got really violent. >> and i heard the screams and they were like help help help. >> josephine was on her back porch in mount holly at midnight and saw the suspect come through the yard and break into her neighbor's front door, she knew him and knew his intentions. >> he was not running just calm, cool and collective. >> the burlington prosecutor's
office says it was an act of violence, a 37-year-old woman was stabbedself times and police have identified a possible suspect but no arrests are made. haas says the victim is a mother about now children were there at the time. two other adults were though. the victim was air-lifted to the medical center. >> her neck was injured and her face was black and blue and scratches all over. >> police continue to investigate. a 27-year-old man was found shot to death on the streets of trenton earlier this morning. police don't know why he was targeted. this is the scene along the 1400 block of edgewood avenue after midnight. police tell "action news" that the victim was morrisville, buck county. from our new jersey newsroom. a 4-year-old virginia girl the focus of an amber alert is safe with family members.
annabel richardson and her father dylan richardson were found in monroe county. an amber alert was released for the pair and richardson turned himself in and will face criminal charges. the plane crash earlier last month was caused by power loss according to investigators. wayne gillcrest and passenger 72-year-old david micic. the men were suspected upside down before being rescued. the pilot reported problems with the throttle prior to the crash. a north hamilton county man is suing the casino where he beat up his girlfriend sending him to prison for in our years. he claims the sands casino
served him too many drinks and caused him to do the assault. he claims his life was ruined and he cannot find a job. the philadelphia school system is making changes for the 2017-2018 school year. they will introduce new calendars at the reform meeting. under the plan, class would begin september 5th before labor day and finish june 14th. this year the first day was september 7th and the term is expected to be completed on june 20th. if approved the district would be more in line with other schools around the region. center city protesters gather this morning to draw attention to a controversial pipeline project in north dakota. they converged outside of municipal building, hoping to get the attention of army corps engineer who issued a permit for
the dakota pipeline project. most people living near that pipeline, mostly native americans, are trying to stop it for many reasons then he were showing their solidity today. president obama is in greece the first stop on his final jove seas tour as commander and chief. >> are you a night owl or perhaps an early bird. it may not be up to you. we'll show you what scientists recently discovered. and david murphy is back with the latest from accuweather.
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city to discuss cabinet picks, former mayor, rudy giuliani has emerged as the fiviitity favori as secretary of state. and the choice of stephan bannon is causing criticism. saying it will bring racist views to the white house. the trump team responds they have seen no such influence from bannon. >> he has been a gentlemen during this campaign. people should look at the full resume, he certainly was a golden sacks managing partner. >> meantime anti-trump protests continued for a sixth day. in portland, oregon, some not old enough to vote stage aid massive walkout. megan kelly is sharing details after their private
meeting with donald trump. she was on "good morning america" talking about her new book settle for more. she discussed the insults saying that she and the president-elect met and tried to reconcile. >> i went over there and walked in and he gave me a nice greeting and hugged me. >> i accepted it for the justure it was, the goodwill gesture. >> kelly added that neither she nor trump apologized but they had a cordial discussion. and a factory in japan is struggling to meet high demands for rubber face masks for donald trump. they are struggle to create 350 orders a day from 25 a day from the election. they make other famous politicians. 18 passengers file aid lawsuit in connection with last month's plane fire at chicago
o'hare international. more than a dozen people went to the hospital after the engine broke into four pieces on the runway. they are suing u.s. airlines, boeing. and the company is declined to comment on the pending litigation. an ohio judge has sentenced a former attorney to 12 years in prison for hypnotizing female clientses for his sexual gratification, michael fine was arrested after one of his clients contacted police about her suspicions. fine's arrested prompted others to come forward. there is two counts of kidnapping and one count of attempted kidnapping. thousands of dead fish are clogging a new york waterway. officials believe a large school
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here is alicia vitarelli live in the newsroom. >> reporter: coming up today in big talkers, cushy sensation ashley graham. the 22-year-old now has her very own life like barbie, the cover girl had one very important request for her plastic mini me, we'll explain. some people consider baby talk to be pretty annoying but a new study says that it could be helpful for a child's development. we'll break that down for you. take us on the go with our 6 abc news app. see you guys at 4:00. >> thank you alicia. your accuweather forecast is coming up when we come right back.
a hockey hall-of-famer. lindros locked up nearly 500 goals in his career. he thanked his coaches and family and flyers fans. andork beat the cincinnati bengals. >> they are in first place in the nfc east. >> and seattle we'll see what happens out there. stormtracker 6 live double scan right now, we are almost dry out there. you see just a little bit of rain that is trying to push to the east of the delaware river around new hope. going to be past trenton before too much longer, almost fall ago part. lets go outside and look at the ben franklin bridge, everything is looking good, we have a fair amount of clouds left over this morning. and some sunshine breaking
through and things are improving. the temperature is 60 degrees that is an improvement over this morning down in the 40s. winds from the north at 10 miles per hour. breezy and jacket not a bad idea, maybe a sweatshirt if that is not your thing. the rain is gone the afternoon looks dry. 60 in philadelphia and 60 in trenton and 59 in millville and 56 in cape may and 61 in dover delaware. satellite and radar shows the rain that came through in the morning it did not rain everywhere. most of it was in the eastern half of the region and a blip in southern chester county than appears to be pushing to the north and we see more of a breakup in the clouds down south. in the lehigh valley we look at mostly cloudy skies with sunny breaks and the drying that you see going on right now will continue, 58 degrees is the forecast high. not too bad on the thermometer, down the shore mostly cloudy skies and sun mixing in. afternoon drying of course is on the way right now and 54 degrees is the high right down along the
coast, cooler down by the water. in philadelphia a high of 62 degrees clouds mixing with sun and breezy with winds running 8 to 16 miles per hour. for the evening commute with all the autumnal fall foliage, getting thinner on trees these days. 63 at 5:00, and sunny breaks and 57 at 6:00 and down to 7:00 you are talking 53 degrees. so getting cool and dipping down into the 40s overnight. in philadelphia, we'll go down to 41 for a low. and a lot of outlying suburbs will be cool and i expect a lot of you will wind up in the 30s when you wake up early tomorrow morning. but tomorrow afternoon things are improving, clear skies and expecting a fair amount of sunshine early in the day and high of 62 degrees with sun returning and milder conditions, there will be a wave that comes through at night that could trigger a brief sprinkle or shower here or there tomorrow
night and it won't be much but the story of the day. the big story is the sun coming back and a low of 62. even behind that weak front there was not a change in air mass. we'll still look at mild temperatures. your exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast today's high is 62. clouds mixing with sun and up north a little bit cloudier. and wednesday partly sunny and mild and 62 degrees there. thursday very nice, 62 degrees as well. you see how we get into a nice pattern toward the end of the week. brifriday partly sunny skies and maybe even mostly sunny and 66 is the high. nice fall pattern and all the temperatures well above average. for the coming weekend we have the half marathon in philadelphia on saturday, partly sunny and great weather for that. in the 40s but building to after an noon high of 66. and sunday a high of just 49 degrees and cloudy and a couple of showers around and also windy along with that chillier air.
it looks like monday we'll be on the brisk and chilly side with a high of 48 and tuesday also to be relatively cool. long range models towards the end of the next week. where a couple of floats are coming down. >> good wind conditions. >> one model make its look like a great day for a parade. >> another model make its look cooler and windier so we'll see. >> thanks david. local business leaders gathered to celebrate the urban affairs commission. they celebrated their 40th anniversary with a breakfast at the convention center. they serve more than 150,000 people every year and leaders were recognized for their contributions including the ceo who accepted his award from former governor, ed rendell. there is more ahead in the next half hour, he is known
now on "action news" at 12:30. another day and more names being hinted as possibles for the trump white house team including former new york city mayor, rudy giuliani. and fire at one montgomery school forces students to stay home for the day. and ben franklin's burial place in need of repairs, how a fun tradition is behind the damage. now the details, donald trump's white house continues to take shape on decisions who will stand behind him on his team. this as president obama makes his final trip overseas. we are joined now from washington with more. >> reporter: sara good afternoon. as you mentioned we know who our next president is going to be now everyone is focused on who will join him in the white house. after the intense scrutiny over his first decision we are waiting to see who is next. >> president-elect donald trump is beefing up his white house and the rumors are flying, all eyes are on