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northern round of wet weather is coming our way. >> rick williams is on assignment and brian taff joins us. adam joseph is tracking the rain now. >> the first round is into southern new england, that is what we saw this morning into the early afternoon hours, we caught a bit of a break and we see the radar fill back in through the south and west heading towards center city that along a cold front that is stretching to parts of atlanta and charlotte and in the deep south in parts of louisiana, mississippi as well as alabama they saw between 30 or so reported tornadoes in the last two days. we are not going to see severe weather with it but another soaking and a rumble of thunder as the front passes through at midnight. the rainfall totals the last two days, a 1.25 around here and
1.72 and less in other areas. temperatures right now 60 in philadelphia and 64 in washington, you see the warmth to the south that is going to pull up to the north ahead of the cold front so numbers are going to warm here this evening. as opposed to dropping. we see that surge in temperature from the lower 60s to the upper 60s between 6:00 and midnight tonight. and then they will fall after that cold front passes through, a quick snapshot here at future tracker 6 at midnight. the heavy downpours and rumble of thunder and everything is out of here by tomorrow morning. when i come back we'll chat about the rest of the week and the upcoming weekend with the five-day at 5:00 forecast. >> sounds good thank you. developing news now. sources tell "action news" philadelphia police located a car of interest in the deadly hit and run of 8-year-old gianna powell. she was walking home with her siblings when she was struck and
killed in overbrook. the police got a tip call after someone saw a car like the ones that officials were looking for in frazier chester county and they are bringing the car back to philadelphia. updates throughout the newscast and at 6abc.com. new here at 5:00 tonight, philadelphia police say they have identified one of the suspects in this surveillance video, in which a chestnut hill market was vandalized turns out that man is a city employee and tonight his boss is speaking out. sara bloomquist is live at northwest detectives with more on this investigation. >> reporter: brian, sources tell us that duncan lloyd is expected to show up here at northwest detectives at some point. at this point tomorrow with his attorney to talk about the anti-trump graffiti sprayed on a chestnut hill grocery store. city hall confirms that lloyd is an assistant attorney with the city and so far he is not charged with any crime. his boss in the city law
department says that lloyd is cooperating with the investigation. >> he was wearing a blazer and scarf and carrying a glass of wine. not attire or behavior police typically see when someone sets out to vandalize a property. this man on surveillance video is this man, duncan lloyd seen in a facebook profile picture, city confirms he is an assistant attorney in the city law department. it was early friday morning when police allege that lloyd and another man wearing a hooded jacket walked up german town market along the 8200 block, the man in the jacket can be seen spraying graffiti by the front door and lloyd appeared to take video or photos with that wine glass in hand. it showed the graffiti to be graphic and anti-donald trump. it was not long after that
investigators found out that he works as an attorney in the labor and employment unit with the city law department. this afternoon craig straw first deputy in the law department said in a statement. to my knowledge mr. lloyd all right contacted philadelphia police and we'll decide on a course of action once we obtain more information about the investigation. we do not condone this type of behavior from our employees. police don't know the identity of the man in the hood or if the two men knew each other other prior. it's unclear if lloyd will keep his job. >> that is not a focal point for us, the focal point is to find the person responsible for the incident. >> lloyd has worked for the city department since 2011, they put the damage to the grocery store at 3,000 to $10,000. i'm sara bloomquist, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. camden county police want your help in a case they call a
brutal sexual assault. police say this man approached a woman in a white van and forced her into a nearby lot next to an abandoned building where he sexually assaulted her and found in the 900 block of south third street and the man in the crime was caught by surveillance video. the fbi says the student that attacked several people at ohio state university may have been inspired by isis and al qaeda. federal officials stress it's too early to call monday's incident terrorism. 11 people were hurt when artan drove into pedestrians and slashed people with a knife. if facebooks post that morning were indeed made by artan. and wild fires ripping through the smoke write mountains skilled seven people.
fire others say that wet weather could help them get the flames under control and the area got an inch of rain yesterday and more is on the way tonight. back here at home the judge denied a petition of a recount of votes in montgomery county. attorneys for green party county jill stein took part in the hearing and wanted to make sure that every vote was counted accurately. >> we have machines. they are difficult to hack harder than hacking an iphone. that is absurd but the county argues that the voting machines are safe. the stein campaign is requesting recounts in 60 counties in the state as well as michigan and wisconsin. >> it may not look like christmas but the holiday spirit
is in the air in south jersey as military families picked out the centerpiece of their christmas decorations. nora muchanic has the story from bordentown. >> reporter: the weather didn't cooperate but that did not damper military families picking out trees in bordentown. >> we picked out a good one but i need a ladder to put the star on top. >> sergeant atwell hauled away a small tree for her son. >> people take the time to remember us because we are not at home and some are overseas, it's wonderful. >> christmas growers donate the trees to the military families that are on a tight, tight budget. >> it could go to a gift for someone else or something for the household. >> he will think i'm the best mom in the world and i have to
make them smile this year. >> and you will with that tree? >> i will. >> we recognize their contribution to society and protecting our freedoms it's just a little token we can give. >> when family members are deployed it's hard and around the holidays it's that much harder and it's a great thing to do. >> the tree give away is a joint effort by the state and tree growers and the new jersey agriculture society. >> it makes us think that people are out there thinking about our families. >> it takes about seven years for a christmas year to mature and farmers call it a labor of love and honored to share the trees with those in uniform. i'm nora muchanic, channel 6 "action news." >> very nice. peco is lighting up the holidays this season and "action news" is bringing you the best holiday displays from around the area. the action cam was at the macy's for the traditional organ concert a tradition dating back
to 1956. more than 100,000 energy efficient lights create holiday magic six times every day. i took my twins to see that and they love it. >> i try to go every year. time for the "action news" traffic report tonight. lets go to matt pellman. >> i'm good but the lights here are dim this evening. that is better than being dimwitted. dim lighted along the schuylkill expressway stuck in the soup and foggy conditioned out there again this evening and heavy traffic conditions as you may be able to see. westbound the taillights are stacked up headed towards the schuylkill. one of many red zones, a bunch of them along 95 and some on the schuylkill approaching belmont at 19 miles per hour. 38 westbound approaching kohls avenue and jammed there. 55 northbound at depford, 13 miles per hour there and come up
295 as alternate. and a crash shutting down 12th street. christiana avenue one possible alternate. we'll check it again in the next half hour. >> thank you. meantime, a big announcement from president-elect donald trump as he continues to build the next administration, what trump says he is handing over to his children as he turns his focus to january and the white house. >> but first delays death by exercise, a new study says that workouts may be better than others when it comes to preventing an early trip to the grave. ali gorman explains in health check. and cecily tynan getting in the holiday spirit live at city hall. >> i'm at dillworth park and this is a brant new feature, known as the winter garden. officially america's capital garden maze. a nod to philadelphia's garden captain of the country. it's not just beautiful but
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officials in charlotte say they will not file charges in the deadly shooting of keith lamont scott by police. that officer brently vincent acted lawfully when he shot and killed scott back in september and video appears to show that scott was armed at the time of the shooting something that scott's family denies. lawyers for scott's family say they are considering whether to file a lawsuit themselveses. the house of representatives is set to pass a sweeping new law that would move medicine forward faster. but could have pitfalls. ali gorman is here with more. >> reporter: the law is called the 21st century cure act and is raises hope and concern. it includes billions of dollars
for cancer research for vice president joe biden's mission. and other disorders and speeding up drug approvals for the green light medication. however consumer groups fear that could mean a flood of drugs that don't work well. they worry that patients could get stuck with higher drug prices on top of that funds come from parts of the affordable care act and that could be eliminated. could an illegal party drug help people suffering from post traumatic stress disorder they are starting a trial for ecstasy for ptsd. if the new trials are successful ecstasy could become an approved drug for the disorder. >> and most kinds of exercise are good for us but a new study says that some sports may be better than others when it comes
to preventing premature death. racket sports like tennis came in first meaning most beneficial followed by swimming and then aerobics. researches in finland and australia followed 80,000 people for nine years, cycling was associated with a lower risk for dying and runners were not found to have less risk. they can't prove that the activity lead to a longer life just that there say link. if you like the sports great play more and if you don't try to find something you do enjoy. doing something is better than nothing. be noisy.
it's a whisker wonderland in fishtown. the spca has a flurry of kittens looking for forever homes today. the action cam was there today where an adoption drive is underway until 7:00 tonight. all of them are available between 2 and 6 months old. regular adoption fees and processes apply. >> the brandywine ymca will expand. 1600 square feet added to the second floor and new equipment
for members with limited mobility and dedicated youth programs. philadelphia police department laid out dozens of donates phones that could be a life line for people with domestic abuse. all the phones are given to women against abuse. they will be given to victims so they can call 911 any time help is needed. a bucks county foundation grant aid wish for a couple that spend their lives giving to others. the twilight wish foundation led theest to build a new walkway and ramp for leo and joanne mccue. she has difficulty walking to and from the car, that required her to trek up the slope. they spent years volunteering with veterans groups and now they are getting their due return. >> still ahead on "action news" a check of the accuweather forecast. >> a live look outside at the
dill worth park and has the accuweather forecast of course. >> reporter: i'm doing great this is the best part of the day, we had heavier rain earlier today. and now drizzle and it's not that cold. hopefully a lot of people come out and look around dill worth park we have a lot to show here. i want to start with stormtracker 6 live double scan to see you where the rain is falling now here in philadelphia misting and drizzle and you can see how the rain is beginning to advance from the southwest as we zoom in we have showers in media and chadds ford right now. wilmington, downingtown. pretty heavy in downingtown. and that is lifting up to the northeast. in philadelphia if you head out here you may want to grab the umbrella, you'll be needing it in about 10 minutes. visibility is a big factor we have low clouds and fog and visibility in philadelphia two miles right now, trenton 4 miles and wilmington 2.5.
if you head to the coast the visibility is low. toms rin a .5 mile and .3 at the atlantic city airport. use the low beams with the fog. temperature-wise though, it's hard to believe it's the last day of november. we are sitting at 60 at philadelphia right now, first time for the holiday special i haven't needed long underwear. wilmington 58 and trenton 54 and allentown 55 and cape may 56 degrees. this continues the trend. november running 2.5 degrees above normal. and 19 of the last 20 months we have had above normal temperatures, the only month with below normal temperatures was this past may. but running 3.3 degrees above normal. the warm trend continues.
satellite 6 along with action radar showing the heavy rain lifted across new england and then the cold from the line of showers be thunderstorms extending through west virginia and georgia. and that is moving in tonight. future tracker 6 is timing it out showing it move across the western suburbs with a chance of a gusty thunderstorm and philadelphia looks like it's passing through right around midnight and pushing off the coast at 3:30 in the morning, wee hours of the morning could hear thunder near atlantic city at that point and look at what happeneds tomorrow morning, 7:30 in the morning dry and sunny and put the umbrellas away. the day planner showing tomorrow little change in temperatures, temperatures hovering in the 50s most of the day and loads of sunshine and it will feel a bit on the cool side with gusty winds, the five-day at 5:00. thursday 56 degrees and good amount of sunshine and some clouds here and there in the afternoon popping up and it will
be windy, winds up to 25 miles per hour friday still sunny and still breezy with a high of 52, heading into the first wednesday of december, it will feel like december, it should be dry and partly sunny and great weather for the temple game and annapolis with a high of 49 degrees, sunday the temperature drops more sun with high clouds, 47 degrees and monday partly sunny with a high of 50 degrees, it looks like we could have rain by tuesday, also i'm heading to the ice risk, i hear that rick williams sharpening his skates and may try a triple axle. >> i can't wait thank you. as you know cecily and rick are hosting philadelphia celebrates the holidays live at city hall tonight at 7:30 here at 6 abc. >> good thing it's the rothman rink in case he falls.
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we are following the latest as president-elect donald trump continues to fill out his cabinet and investigators have released new information about an alleged kidnapping of a california mom. now they say she had something branded on her skin. and a thief stealed a barrel off an armored car and what was inside was worth more than $1 million. and donald trump is stepping away from his business and his stake raised serious ethical concerns. kenneth moton is live in washington, d.c. with the latest details. >> reporter: brian and monica, donald trump says that the legal documents are being drawn up and in two weeks he will address the news media for the first time the officials since july when he step as way from his company. donald trump cutting ties with the billion dollar company that he will leave his great business
in total to his children in order to fully focus on running the country. the business separation to avoid conflicts of interest as trump fills key economic posts. billionaire wilbur ross and executive steve mnuchin. >> we'll have the most significant middle income tax cuts since reagan and incorporate the child care program. a tremendous boon to the economy. >> mnuchin praised the deal with carrier to stay in indiana. vice president elect mike pence's home state. >> we told them we wanted to keep jobs here i can't remember the last time a president did that. >> trump is expected to release the details of the deal on thursday. part of his thank you tour that ends in cincinnati, ohio. trump is trying to decide on a
secretary of state sitting down for dinner with mitt romney that once called trump a conman, his chief of staff reince priebus on fox news. >> it's his background. >> down to four finalists. romney, senator bob corker and rudy giuliani and house democrats are calling for congressional hearing to talk about and examine trump's potential conflicts of interest brian. kenneth moton channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. world news tonight with david muir will have much more on donald trump's transition into the white house, you can watch that following "action news" at 6:00 tonight. >> house democrats have reelected nancy pelosi as their leader, lawmakers cast their votes at a secret ballot. she won 134-63 over tim ryan
from ohio. the congresswoman from california ran the caucus since 2002 and some think pelosi's experience is needed for the fight coming in the white house and the republican led congress. and the woman missing for three weeks had a message branded into her skin. one of several disturbing details. and was covered in bruises and scabs and had a broken nose, her abductors cut her hair and disappears while she was out for a jog earlier this month and found christmas day bound in restraints on a highway 150 miles from home. officials say the brand appears to be some sort of message. >> i would think that is some sort of exertion of power and control or some time of message that the brand contained. >> officials don't know if she was targeted or if this was a random abduction.
>> the pilot of a plane that crashed in south america killing 71 people told air traffic controllers that he ran out of fuel moments before the plane went down. the pilot repeatedly asked for permission to land because electrical failure and lack of fuel. and they were giving instructions as the plane lost altitude. killing most of the people on board except for six. the cause of what caused a pipeline to explode is on hold until the blaze subsides, it happened near kansas city airport. nobody was hurt in this and residents reported seeing the flames for miles. thousands of california national guard troops will not have to pay back enlistment bonuses despite what the pentagon ordered. they decided to forgive the debt. they were as much as $15,000 and
given during the height of two wars after 9/11 and the pentagon asked for the money to be returned over concerns of fraud. two people were rushed to the hospital because of serious injuries following a head-on car crash in wilmington, delaware. in the 1300 block of east 12th street close to grander hill prison. the cars involved were heavily damaged and both drivers were take and to christiana hospital and the stretch of 12th street is closed. and police are looking for a drive their hit a teenager. the 1-year-old man was struck at 1:00 this morning, the victim was taken to hahnemann hospital in stable condition. police are looking for a black vehicle but don't have a make or model at this point. police are asking for your help identifying two suspects that held up a pharmacy, this happened monday night at rite aid at rising tun avenue in
olney. two suspects walked in and demanded cash at gun point and the suspects walked off with nearly $400. >> camden sheriff's office collected dozens of coats to help those in need stay warm this winter, they dropped off the coats at the head of the butterfly program here in camden. a program community service organization that provides resources for those suffering hardship and poverty. the rain is falling on and off and the roads are wet. matt pellman is here to run it down for us. >> november is rough for the roads and rails, and this evening live at 76 at gulph mills a stop and go ride eastbound heading to the sixers game along 76 and rain is overtaking the philadelphia region once again. and a crash northbound at large.
lets zoom in this to red zone at mer shantsville. just past baird just 6 miles per hour off the ben franklin bridge, i would stay away from the admiral wilson boulevard headed towards 130 this afternoon. still the crash investigation on 55 northbound near depford. single speeds there and 47 is an alternate in that case. a bad crash in wilmington by the prison and 12th street is closed and christiana avenue is a possible alternate. some 15 minutes delays on the frankford subway but when you consider we started november with a septa strike and delays, that is probably a better bet. brian and monica back over to you. >> rick is here in spirit down at city hall. >> thanks matt. still to come on a wednesday night. the government wants more people to report safety issues with their cars to find out what is pushing to be mandatory in every
car. >> and a road incident in english turned violent and the the whole thing was caught on camera. >> hi there, i am here at dill worth park on the rothman ice rink, the third season of the ice rink open seven day a week, they have lessons and rick williams is whizzing behind me. there he went. he is really good. we'll bring you more live from the ice rink it's raining and i imagine it's snowing getting in the holiday spirit. did you see rick? he is awesome. >> a double axle. >> penn state is gearing up for a football game this weekend and jaime apody breaks it down in sports.
out a shovel and breaks the window. nobody was seriously hurt and so far no arrest ares. police in new york city are trying to track down the man that managed to steal an 86 pound bucket of gold flakes in broad daylight. it shows the man in a black vest taking the bucket out of an open armored truck and police say that the gold flakes are valued at 1.6 milli$1.6 million be tha suspect likely didn't foe what was in the bucket. and they want to complain about any car safety problems they encounter. they want to create a rule requiring auto makers to put a label on the visor telling how to file complaints. it could be years now before those labels are ultimately required. jaime apody is here with sports and the light of on the
birds and they are trying to figure it out and get back in gear. >> figuring it out would be a good thing. eagles the time to move on to cincinnati and put the packers loss in the rear view mirror. and jordan matthews did not practice with a sprained ankle so how do the birds start to recover after a rough couple of weeks, brandon graham has an idea. >> despite the record we are here every day, lets have fun and have good memories in the last five games, lets challenge each other and have fun and next play mentality. people said the worst they said to us and about us. >> i love him and his attitude. >> we are getting closer to penn state's date with wisconsin and the championship. it was four years ago they were immersed in the sandusky scandal
and the penalties that came with it. >> for a long time we talking at penn state about what it was. you know with great respect of what penn state was in the 80s with the national championships, i grew up with that hearing about it and coming here i hear about that. i think it's special probably the first time in a long time penn state is talking about what penn state is. >> saturday is fun and not only playing for a title. you can watch temple and navy playing the championship here on channel 6 kickoff at noon and ducis rogers will be in annapolis with the owls to cover the game. busy week in the big five, last week villanova against penn and today temple plays st. joes and south hosts lehigh. sixers back home tonight to host sacramento but sure they lost four straight but all four of their wins came at the wells
fargo center. it's comforting they are back home. sergio rodriguez talked about the team. >> we are working hard to be better and it's hard to lose by so many points like we did if toronto. we have to keep focused and make sure we do things right. >> nerlins noel takes a big step to his return and he was assigned to rehab his knee. he had surgery on october 24th. finally you heard of a hat trick but never a teddy bear trick. the cavalier hit men had a teddy bear toss and then the furry fun began almost 24,000 stuffed toys at the ice and given to charities at the boys and girls club in the alberta area.
a delay of game but for a good cause. i think there was even a mascot in there. love it. >> still ahead on "action news" a holiday celebration is happening here in philadelphia. sky 6 hd looking live at dill worth park. at city hall where the city's holiday festival is underway. meteorologist, cecily tynan, right there with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast coming up next. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. that means incredibly fast 150 meg internet for the holidays. so in the 3.7 seconds it takes gary watson to beat the local sled jump record, fly, gary, fly. ...his friend can download 13 versions of the perfect song... ...his sister can live stream it... ...while his mom downloads how to set a dislocated shoulder. get 150 meg internet, tv and phone for just $79.99 per month online for the first year.
today is the last day of atlanticic hurricane season the most active one since 2012. the atlanta saw 15 named storms including seven hurricanes. tomorrow marks the first day of meteorological winter. the city of philadelphia is celebrating the holiday season tonight with the holiday festival. >> despite the rainy weather folks are gathering now at dillworth park for all the fun that is where we find cecily tynan looking great. >> reporter: hi guys, i gave in and brought the umbrella out we have a steady rain here and people are having a great time despite it. and people, a few people anyhow skating out here. skating in the rain. you know the song singing in the rain. it's labor rating to skate in
the rain. you guys are amazing good job. i think some are 6 abc interns actually. i have the philadelphia christmas tree behind me and beautiful 40 foot colorado fir from york county. and even with the rain it's great to come down and get in the holiday spirit. i want to show you where the rain is, not only in philadelphia but we have heavier rain in the north suburbs. stormtracker 6 live double scan showing right now we are kind of on the edge here in philadelphia as we zoom in. the steadier heavier rain, parts of cheffer county and parts of delaware county and moving into montgomery county right now. can you see willow grove and malvern and coatesville and pockets of heavier rain, here in philadelphia more light to moderate rain and this is continuing to push up to the north and east. in addition to the rain we also have visibility. that is a major issue if you travel. philadelphia low clouds reducing
visibility down to 2 miles and wilmington 3 miles and look right along the coast. the fog is a lot thickers, toms river, half mile and atlantic city airport down to .3 mile. satellite 6 along with action radar first of all a look at temperatures doesn't feel like the last day of november at all. 60 in philadelphia and 55 in allentown and 56 in cape may and 61 in millville and wilmington 58 degrees, typically this time of year you get a rain storm and have to worry about the icing that is not the case we are in the warm sector of the system. satellite 6 along with action radar showing the winds out of the south ahead of the cold front you can spot the cold front easily the line of showers and thunderstorms running from west virginia to the carolinas through georgia that has been associated with severe weather across the deep south, that system moves through tonight and finally clears the air. future tracker 6 showing the timing of the system around 9:00
in the far north western suburbs, this is where you hear the rum be of thunder through allentown and reading and sweeps through the i-95 corridor and philadelphia a chance of a gusty thunderstorm and should be reaching the coast in the wee hours of the morning drier air is moving in tomorrow. your thursday you can finally put away the umbrellas getting a workout the next few days with a good amount of rain and sunshine with a few clouds and 56 degrees is the high and windy winds west 10 to 20 miles per hour. wednesday high pressure is building in from the tennessee valley, it's still on the breezy side loads of sunshine and temperatures dropped down to 52 degrees, the exclusive accuweather forecast, sunshine is back sticking around for a while and tomorrow's high 56 degrees and windy and friday sunny and breezy with a high of 52 degrees. heading into the weekend the first weekend in december.
temperatures dropping into the 40s it will be seasonably cool on saturday, partly sunny and great weather for the temple game. sunday is the high dropping down to 47. sun with high thin clouds, monday is still looking good. partly sunny and high of 50 degrees and the next rain storm will be on tuesday with rain arriving it will be cooler with a high of 48 degrees, wednesday clouds breaking for some sunshine and a high of 50 degrees, back here at the rothman ice rink, the nice thing they add the last year the rothman cabin with great food and drinks and heaters too if you get cold head in there and swret holiday maze and a lot of great shopping here. we'll run it down for you in the holiday special coming up at 7:30 here live on channel 6. and by then it looks like the rain will taker off a bit. rain will be better and i should be able to get rid of my umbrella. >> thank you cecily. cecily and rick hosted
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dedicated the samaritan center in voorhees by dutch town road. the million dollar state of the art gives care. and staffers gave tours of the 30,000 square foot building today and now jim gardner is standing by with these stories next at 6:00. camden county releases clues they hope will nab them a sexual assault suspect. and a suspect is identified as a philadelphia city employee. for rick williams, adam joseph, jaime apody, brian taff and the entire "action news" team. have a good night. "action news" at 6:00 is next.
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"action news" delaware valley's leading news program. with ducis rogers, meteorologist cecily tynan, and jim gardner. a montgomery county pediatrician is placed under arrest and police find the suspected car in the hit and run that killed an 8-year-old girl suspected car in the hit and run that killed an 8-year-old girl. but the big story tonight is the timetable for our second round of rain. it was a wet morn that brought out the umbrellas and rain coats in center city philadelphia. and while there is a lull right now, be prepared for heavier rain even a possible thunderstorm later tonight. meteorologist, adam joseph, is tracking the situation as we await the arrival of a cold front adam what is the latest from accuweather. >> the cold front is pulling in waepa air, these temperatures rise over the next few hours, that will support the poss riility of a thunderstorm
around the midnight hour when the cold front passes through and right now we start to see the radar quickly light up. a low level jet that is energy that is puncturing into the atmosphere scraping philadelphia but concentrated steadier rain in chester and parts of montgomery county. we'll wait a few hours before the actual front comes through to bring a round of heavy, steady rain and the possibility of a thunderstorm. there it is down in western virginia and the panhandle of virginia. and all of what is sweeping here through the next several hours. brehead of it 60 degrees, mild right now and look to the south and you see how the numbers are jumping in richmond, charlotte, raleigh and charles son, south carolina. uppergini0s to low 7mond and sh hit somewhere in the upper 60s prior to the midnight hour. right around midnight and thereafter that is when the cold front comes through and the poss rile of a thunderstorm coud pass by with the crack of thun
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