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>> delaware pelted by mother nature's fury. ch trees winds that whipped through the region as a nor'easter brings a mix of rain and snow. a pleasant good morning toy morning, the big story on "action news," the aftermath of the nor'easter that blew through the delaware valley just yesterday, what a sight it was it left a wide path of downed trees, of course across the area. trees fell on top of the cars, and unfortunately, in one case, the driver was killed.
another person was taken to the hospital with head injuries. already grounds andds were no match for the nor'easter as it hammered our area. we have live team coverage. nor'easter meteorologist chris sowers keeping track of the winds that will continue today. "action news" reporter, bob brooks has been surveying the damage him we begin with chris sowers. criminals. good morning to you gray, the winds are whipping around out here. we were talking about this earlier, the heavy wet snow sticks to everything, it's great packing snow, but i look to the left the power lines have a coating of snow on them, the roofs the trees are bending over a little're traveling in the areas that were hardest hit. there were locations north and west of philadelphia, picked up ten inches. snow. marker threats no power lines -- make surere's no power lineswn. the bobcats are the parking lots in the areas behind me. we look at the water vapor shot. look at the size of the massive
nor'easter it expands 600 miles left to right across the atlantic. we're feeling the effects of the storm now mainly in the form of strong gusty winds. 31 miles per hour in philadelphia. 41 in wilmington. 40 in the poconos. 29 in atlantic city. per houmind hurricane-force wind speeds begin at 74 miles per dennisville shot up per hour. cape may buoy, the brandywine shoals buoy in the mouth of the delaware bay 69 miles per hour. we were wind-whipped yesterday. we are expecting 40-mile an hour gusts today things will get better and better with every passing hour him when ick in a few minutes we'll talk about the possibility of another stor middle of next week. we'll have much colder numbers. njoying # 70s in the exclusive accuweather forecast. doesn't look like that. i'll explain. a 57-year-old man was killed when a tree crashed down
on a car in montgomery county.p. south gulph b aoaenander him or her i don't knowownship. police found0- section reef the windfront seat. the unidentified victim was pronounced> are t th peco, 289,000 outages. atlantic city, 14,000 outages. pse& 11,000. delmarva 17,000. we have received a number of reports of trees down across the delaware valley this morning. this large tree fell across h roof -- henley road in overnight brook. bob brooks is live on the scene. we hope people are caution because of downed trees. >> reporter: daylight, people seeing it as they approach the tree. 5:00 a.m., it was dark out, we had cars approach the tree going pretty fast, we almost caught an accident wile on live tv at
5:30 a.m. everybody taking their goirees to take time going by them. are whipping this morning and knocked trees down over. dropped, as well. the snow has begun to fre shelter in the school, 227 cheltenham t t finishrswey who g final order. >> pparen out >> out for downed on route 1 several trees were knock this one came down at chatham road. oing house s cy because i warm up anything.ou see now that it's daylight cars coming by with the morning commute hear. another one going fast, when you go into the parking lot there's ked down, ice there black ice around the roads be careful, i know chris said the temperatures are getting up to 46 today. slowly but as you recallly it's getting warmer out here. bob brooks channel 6 "action news." >> down trees are hampering
septa bus trolley and regional rail lines this morning. this bus got stuck on roads ianayunkvenue. ional raiue to ice problems on rails and downed trees. we have a link to septa options at 6abc.com. amtrak is after it complete on the northeast corridor at thef the storm. modified service in washington city, service to boston expected to resume 8:30 a.m. hia praight on a modified -- oper plan. philadelphia international nor canceled becausofancellations aream have this morning. travelers just last night. all trainas been longd fulles0th station during the height of the storm. after septa delays and suspended trains. >> septa canceled the train to wilmington and newark, we were at the flower show. >> i'm trying to get to foxchase i got here0.ooked at the board it said it was 99 m late.
>> reporter: amtrak suspended service leaving many stranded. >> can't get ant, nothing. borain ticke gomorrow he hopefully i'll get out. >> roads were a mess as people their way home from work. commutes that were mes turned into hours. >> very dangerous. >> the wind really -- the roads are fine, it's the winds that are b >> reporter: philadelphia internatio of flights were canceled because of high winds and snow. american airline suspended flights for the day. frustrated flyersg their bags. >> i'm trying to get mygageuse i'm notoing anywhere. i just want to go home. >> reporter: if you're flying out today airport officials say more flights could be impacted because of the cancellations yesterday be sure to check your flight status before you leave. trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> your time, 7:58 a.m.
why hall township, the sto ed modern ats ooo anytime a big su can keep track of the latest wherever you are, by using our 6abc app that gives updates by our team of meteorologists and live updates and traffic cameras for the road conditions. saturday morning new technology making a difference for heart patients at a local hospital. we'll introduce you to a man who said it's helping him be there for his daughter. plus this, a large tree comes tumbling down exposing part of an apartment building leaving hundreds out in the cold. >> reporter: we wanted this snow a few months ago we got a lot yesterday more snow ask on the way for the area as we head into the middle of next week. we'll have that in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast right after this.
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need clorox bleach. folks in washington, d.c. will spend the day ass damage after high winds brought down trees and power lines. some of the trees landed on top of thes cruere damaged whenstrong wind caused parts of buildings to collapse. just not clear if there were any injuries reported. meteorologist chris sowers, of course, tracking the forecast here thankfully, the nor'easter has died down. >> reporter: you saw all the
snow that fell yesterday imagine for a second this was january and the temperatures were in the 20s. >> what if we don't want to imagine that. it would be a lot of snow. >> reporter: some areas saw 20 inches we could have had 30 inches in parts of the area. now we're feeling the winds. everything is starting to quiet down just a little bit that powerful nor'easter well off the coast now actually it's 500 miles off the coast, you can see the spinning there here the outer edgesk back closer and closer to the new jersey a big concern thi morning, this morning's high tide sandy to wildwood and capenclu may the delit w sunshine returns a little bit this afternoon monday we'll full and yes the way by the middle of next week. let's talk about the coastal flooding first with that we'll go over to the coastal flood warning issued by the nash weather service. this will remain -- national weather service. this will remain in effect through tonight from the new
jersey shoreline to delaware bay, bowers beach and fortescue. cape may steel pier in atlantic city, wildwood, they could see moderate flooding with the this morning's high tide. this morning's high tide, moderate coastal flooding a good bet. storm surge 2 1/2 feet. on top of that, waves of 8 to 14 feet. huge breakers on the sand. that will create beep erosion. if you don't -- create beach erosion. even if you don't pick up moderate flooding, beach erosion is a good bet as the wind sit an spin. temperatures are getting above freezing everybody mid 30s. >> reporter: the snow will start meltingful lancaster reading millville 35 degrees.
trenton, 36, atlantic city, 36. gusts 31 miles per hour in philadelphia. 41 in the poconos. during the height of the storm yesterday we saw 60 to 70-mile an hour down in the mouth of the delaware bay. huge huge storm. here's what it looks like as it sits and coast, 5 to 600 miles off the coast, the outer edge here pushing the water 0 on to the shore. that's why we're expecting moderate flooding during the high tide. morning clouds giving way to afternoon sunshine. it will be blustery. high temperatures in the mid 40s, windchills in the 30s, it will be cold, overnight temperatures down close to tomorrow morning sunshine, byternoon in the 40s with windchills in thee in the way of sunshine tomorrow than today, 46 for the i-95 corridor. millville, 46. cape may 45.
look at the wind speedsusting to 40 miles per hour. overnight tonight, watch out for a refrees especia areas north f icy m all areas north and west, mid 30s south and east. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, not a couple of bad days coming up. we'll see sunshine out here. 46 today and tomorrow. monday mostly sunny a nice day. rain for the city, snow north and west, 47 tuesday, 47 wednesday. in art of aging we know that heart disease gets more difficult as we get older. while doctors have a host of methods to find problems, they have hospita is makg toave lives and preventing unnecessary procedures. tamala edwards has more. >> reporter: rich cohen cholesterol made himse target as well as family historical. >> my father had a heart attack
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rankli a whipping in the meteorologist chris sowers says we'll be dealing with the wind all day today. here's a look at what's happening in and around the delaware and lehigh valleys this weekend. flower show opens its doors to the public, words of water. you can get a taste of spring at the pennsylvania convention center where you can get ideas for garden and home. it's open today and tomorrow. if you can't make it this weekend, not to worry it runs all week through next weekend. get a feel for the summer season at the atlantic city boat show from fishing vessels to yachts and everything in between. check it out today from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. tomorrow 10:00 a.m. to we'll see you after break.
>> reporter: welcome back, saturday morning, if you remember i stood up here last weekend i was talking about the potential fetch with the hit somewhere fro to the delmarva. with that fetch it's an area 200 to 250 miles. that fetch didn't hit new jersey it hit right here, right above new jersey, it got up into the cape cod boston area, it received it's 5th highest tide in recorded history. the records go back to the 1870s. roads look like rivers. we lucked out in that sense. here's the low here, this will kind of spin about over the next day or two and eventually pull away in the northern atlantic. on the backside high pressure will start to move in. for today it's kind of windy, the low is fairly close and sun
expected. as we head into tomorrow, everything quiets down, high pressure in control lots of sunshine sunday looks like a nice day. gray. >> thank you for the update. sports now the sixers are red hot they are looking to clinch home court advantage in t pl sports director, ducis rogers. >> reporter: good morning we'll begin with the sixers after a big win in cleveland thursday night, there was zero let down last night. the sixers kept it rolling against the hornets. no need to plead to heaven not when you have ben simmons leading the fast break, 23 for joel. sixers deuce. simmons scores 15. 99-96. moments later they play the give and go game. they win in front of a ruckus
crowd. >> it's great to have him back, i said let's do whatever we have going enjoy our last year. it's nice to have him back. >> flyers are in florida but catching sun rays is not on the agenda. the flyers skated in voorhees yesterday ahead of the this afternoon's game against the lightning. the second half of the back-to-back tomorrow against the panthers. they know what challenge awaits them. >> they are playing good hockey, trying to make a push to the playoffs, and tampa is one of the best teams in the league. it's good to see where we stand. we've been playing good hockey, but we know we can play better. >> reporter: flyers looking good phillies looked good yesterday. phillies and rays third homerun of the spring, phillies win 9-2.
union introduce their new player 29-year-old player from the czech republic. he is a play maker, he is anxious to get going. >> i felt appear interesting the one thing i kept stressing our guys are going to be programmed to get you the ball. >> you can catch the union in the season opener tonight gaipt against the revolution, game will air on phl17 coverage begins at 7:00 p.m. that's a look at sports this morning, i'm ducis rogers. you have yourself a terrific weekend.
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nor'easter leaves a mark on the delaware valley always the exits. amtrak begins service again after shutting down along the northeast corridor. plus, high winds are whipping around old glory in old city we'll get a bit of a reprieve today. let's get you outside meteorologist chris sowers tracking the forecast. boy oh, my, chris it was a day yesterday. what about today? >> reporter: a bit of a rei would like that. bob has been showing this all morning. this is a piece of ice. heavy wet snow sticks to everything power lines power poles, trees bushes, everything now that the sun is up it's starting to melt. this is about an inch thick it fell off the metal pole this morning. watch out for this stuff if it hits you in the head or shoulder. quick recap, 20 inches of snow in the poconos carbon, monroe
counties pike county, 2 feet of snow. bethlehem, 5.6. wayne in delaware county. 9 inches of snow. downingtown, 4.6. perkisie they saw between 6 and 8 inches of snow. philadelphia the official report at the airport looks low to me, but 1.5 inches in southeastern pennsylvania into new jersey we go. south harrison, township. 3.5. hammonton, 3.2le williams town 3 inches. west deptford cherry hill, 2 inches. snow. dover, 62. poconos, 59. ocean city, 55 miles per hour wind gusts. now that the storm is pulling away here's a look at it on satellite and radar. combination of sun and clouds today, dry afternoon, it will be windy again. yesterday we saw 60 to 70-mile an hour gusts today the guss will gusts will be in the 35 to
45-mile an hour range high temperatures in the mid. folks, the 7:32 a.m. high winds from yesterday's nor'easter wreaked treats across the delawarelley. already-saturated ground means the wind knocked over trees on the roads and in some cases cars. bob brooks joinings us live this morning in overbrook. bob i manual insome folks will have a difficult time getting around this morning. >> reporter: gray, absolutely, trees down all over the place a lot of people without power. for the first time since the storm came, i'm having to squint because the sun is up. the storm created a mass, some of the mess behind me, trees down cars having to drive around it, there's ice out where the sun is not hitting. throughout the night and early morning, the winds continued to whip through trees have been knocked down all over. route 1 several trees were
knocked down, this one came down at chatham road. there was a tree down the southbound lane of lincoln drive at wissahickon avenue. the storm knocked out power to many, as well. we spoke to a person in elkins park who lit candle overnight. >> they said it was going to be 6 to 3:00, they meant 3:00 p.m. tomorrow. >> i'm going to a friend's house so i can charge my phone and eat something. >> reporter: the red cross made an overnight shelter in horsham township at the keith valley middle school 227 meeting house road. another living look out here you can you can see a little bit of traffic this has created in the parking lot, making their own way around the tree. this is what they have to do, but chris said the high should be up in the in the 40s 46 reporting live in overbrook, bob brooks channel 6 "action news." >> gray. thank you so much for the update. power is out for several hundred
thousand households. peco reporting 298,000 outages delaware county hit the hardest. atlantic city 13,000 outages. pse&g, 13,000 outages. delmarva, 23,000 customers in the dark. amtrak said it's getting back online following yesterday's storm which brought it to a complete halt on the northeast corridor. modified service between washington d.c. and new york city will gin this -- begin this morning. service from new york to boston expected to resume after 8:30. amtrak keystone service that runs to new york, philadelphia and harrisburg operating on a modified schedule. bus load of septa passengers spent hours stuck on wayne avenue just last night. a large tree fell in front of the bus during the evening rush and live wires came down just behind the bus. everyone, of course, had to stay
put until peco got there to shut the power off. they were stranded on the buts buts -- bus for three hours. we posted a link to septa website on our website 6abc.com. philadelphia international airport resuming service a 50-mile an hour wind gusts forced cancellations of hundreds of flights yesterday and through the night. many ended stranded at the airport. >> i'm just trying to get my luggage, because i'm not going anywhere and i just want to go home. >> again american and other airlines are resuming flights this morning, you should check with your airline before you head out to the airport. >> a woman was injured after a tree fell on top of her car on kelly drive this happened in fairmont park. she was driving near falls bridge at 5:45 p.m. last night when the tree toppled on to the
roof of her car. the woman in her 30s had head injuries she was taken to temple university hospital she is in stable condition. a tree crashed on to a home on keller road in berywn, chester county. you can see the huge trunk went through the roof and straight to the first floor of this home, boy, that's a scary scene. thankfully no injuries were reported. as with any nor'easter there is concern about beach erosion and flooding along the jersey shore. the action cam was in atlantic city just last night we found that the strong wind gusts had tore siding off the highrise of the old trump plaza. snow fell into the night making summer feel like it's a long away -- way away. some people taking it in stride as they want out for a walk in the weather on the boardwalk. updates on the forecast a tap or swipe away.
you'll find storm tracker 6 live radar on your phone or tablet. 6abc app a free download your for mobile device. 7:37 a.m. hollywood ready for its spotlight. the red carpet is rolled out for tomorrow's 90 oscar ceremony. we'll learn who takes home the statue for best picture, we go live to holy with a preview of the big night. this is exciting what's going on. >> reporter: absolutely, good morning to you gray i'm outside of the dolby theater where celebrities will be making their rounds, this area is still under construction, tomorrow this will be the red corporate it will be about the nominees. they rolled out the red carpet and heavy lifting is almost complete for the annual academy awards. this year's show is hosted by jimmy kimmel live host, jimmy
kimmel. >> shape of water is leading the race for oscar gold alongside lady bird and call me by your name and three billboards. >> shape of water but get out a good chance for a surprise. >> reporter: there seems to be a show of support for diversity and diversity after oscar so white and time's up. >> age is a huge issue in hollywood. >> reporter: after last year's best picture nfl mistake. >> there's a mistake moonlight you guys won best picture. all eyes on the price waterhouse cooper. >> price waterhouse took the
issue serious enough that i don't think we'll see a repeat. >> this will be a live show, there will be lots of fashion and awards and musical performances from artists like common and best supporting actress mary j.blige. >> tune in tomorrow night at 8:00 p.m., you can see it right here on 6abc. >> reporter: 7:40 a.m., more on "action news," saturday morning we may be dealing with the remnants of snow and ice everything is coming up roses at the convention center. we'll take you inside this year's flower show. ahead folks in upstate new york are digging out from several inches of snowfall from
yesterday's nor'easter. back here at home. let's take you live outside sky6 live hd the temple university camera giving you a look over the center city skyline. meteorologist chris sowers will return with an update on the exclusive accuweather forecast. what's in store for today he's going to let you know. more and more student debt is keeping people from doing what they love. (horn sound) ♪ ♪ ♪ like buying a home. ♪ ♪ ♪ (knocking sound) traveling. ♪ ♪ ♪ even getting married. ♪ ♪ ♪ at citizens bank we can help you refinance both your federal and private student loans. so you can start saving and get on with your life. ask a leader in student lending how we can help you reach your potential.
they were buried under four feet of snow, not fun for everybody. this area is southeast of the state capital of atorm knocked out of households, they are checking on people with special needs. this guy has the right idea. >> reporter: snow like that was fun when you were a kid you call kids up, and tackle each other in the street. >> not for me. >> reporter: the does snow in texas. we have cloud over out there the winds are an issue, not as strong as yesterday some locations are seeing gusts up to 40 miles per hour. let's flip it over to storm tracker 6 live here's more good news the radar is clear. we have sprinkles this morning down to the south, snow flurries
and snow showers to the west all that is cleared. we're starting to see peeks of sunshine. one concern continues to be this wind advisory was discontinued for the immediate philadelphia area and the surrounding suburbs but it's next for the jersey shore gusts 35 to 45 miles per hour. right now we're seeing general wind speeds in the 35 to 45-mile an hour. wilmington 41. reading, 36 miles per hour. philadelphia, 31. atlantic city, 30 miles per hour. temperature-wise more good news 35 degrees in the lehigh valley. imagine be number is 32, once you get above that mark, the to show and ice starts to melt, especially on asphalt and sidewalks and things like that. we're seeing temperatures in the mid 30s numbers will continue to climb from this point on. millville, 35. dover, millville 37. trenton, cape may 40 degrees. the center of the storm i felt is actually a good -- the storm
itself is 300 miles off the coast. it's pushing the water back along the coastline. i put the chart up on this graphic. cape may harbor, what you're looking at, flood stage right here minor moderate middle age flooding. we're expecting moderate flooding in cape may harbor. it's on the fringe of major flooding. we're forecasting 8.1. moderate flooding over the next couple of hours in cape may harbor, as well as the steel pier in atlantic city. the tides get a little bit better until we get into sunday night and monday morning. more specifically, the morning high tide in cape may 8:44 a.m., moderate flooding, evening high tide 9:14 p.m.
minor flooding. sunday morning high tide, 10:10 minor flooding. this morning would you want for that it could be stricty around the jersey shore. -- tricky around the jersey shore. morning wind, 35 to 40 and 45 miles per hour. hour by hour, clouds giving way to sunshine during the afternoon, quickly climbing out of the 30s by afternoon we're around 45, 46. windchills will make it feel like the 30s rather blustery today. overnight tonight cloudy and chilly below freezing north and west of philadelphia. without for the refreeze. 34 in center city. windy, winds out of north at 10 to 20 miles per hour. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, the next three days, not too bad. 46 46, sunny skies on sunday, had a. tuesday and wednesday -- sunday,
45. tuesday and wednesday, another storm develops. the big question is as it hits the coast does it redevelop into a coastal storm like the last one did? if that's the case, tuesday and wednesday are days we have to watch closely heavy rains and snow coastal flooding, the whole nine credit cards. if the coastal storm doesn't develop it's just a little rain not a big deal. >> hopefully a little rain. >> speaking of chris sowers that's chris sowers in a tux. melissa magee, cesily tynan david murphy, karen rogers recorded the special for the flower show wonders of water. the doors of the convention center open at 11:00 p.m. for the flower show. you can see the special tonight at 7:00 p.m. on 6abc. we'll show you everything that's in bloom at the flower show this year proceeds benefit the pennsylvania horticultural
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as always, so glad you stayed with us, 751 35 degrees out there. sky6 live hd over the philadelphia international airport. you see that, the sun is coming out. meteorologist chris sowers says you will be dealing with the wind today. "healthcheck" now the appears the worst of the flu season may be behind us that's good news. federal health investigators say the flu season has peaked.
it's been falling since early february with fewer people going to the dr. complaining of the symptoms. deaths from flu and pneumonia are going down. the flu was one of the worst in a decade due to the poor effectiveness of this year's vaccine. mothers who sleep in bed with their babies are likely to suffer depression. the author of the study say sharing the bed could cause stress and prevent the parents from getting the quality of sleep they need making them more vulnerable to depression. many people cruise the ecigarettes to help them break the habit of smoking the real deal showing it is bad for your heart. smoking the electronic cigarettes can double your risk of suffering a heart attack.
electronic devices have lower levels of cancer causing ingredients, than cigarettes but they have other toxins that have detrimental equities of increasing heart anticipate lung -- heart and lung disease. meteorologist chris sowers will have a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. we go outside city hall camera overlooking the benjamin franklin parkway flags whipping in the winds. meteorologist chris sowers will let you know what to expect today into tomorrow. we'll see you after the break. hello? ah, i missed it. it was my mother-in-law. i'll call her back. don't tell her i told you that. you'll like them both but love our price. award-winning little journey baby essentials from aldi. simply smarter shopping.
delaware county was hit the hardest. at one point 44% of the county households had no electricity. septa was affected and will have an update on suspended services and when it will be back online. let's get you caught up with the forecast with meteorologist chris sowers. >> reporter: it always happens february feels like march and now march feels like february. 46 degrees winds gusting to 40 miles per hour. sunny, breezy tomorrow, 46. monday is a nice day. the next system arrives tuesday into wednesday rain, temperatures in the mid 40s maybe snow north and west, it's something we have to watch closely, because the forecast models develop another coastal low especially wednesday morning. we'll see. >> thank you so much. 7:56 a.m. we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." here's dan harris with a preview. >> reporter: good morning coming up on "g.m.a.," high winds heavy snow and major
flooding the deadly storm whipping through the northeast we have the forecast. a new level of turmoil at a white house acquainted with turmoil. trump is concerned about his son-in-law. can kushner hold on here. oscars take us behind the scenes what it takes to mount this event. we'll see you soon. >> we'll be back at 9:00 a.m. here's some of the stories we're working on on for you a local we know website is getting attention for connecting dogs with homes in this week's "shelter me rescue of the week." rom septa and amtrak and how it could impact your travel plans. meteorologist chris sowers and the entire "action news" team i'm gray hall. be safe, have a great saturday.
good morning, america. this morning, the deadly nor'easter. the killer storm hammering the northeast coast. homes slammed by a wall of water. >> look at the surge. >> emergency evacuations overnight and by all means possible. millions without power with neighborhoods underwater and more flooding threats this morning. treacherous travel. a roof ripped right off this airport. hurricane-force wind gusts making for some terrifying
flights. thousands of cancellations. train travel derailed too from d.c. to boston. trucks flipped with snow piling up. we've got the latest on the travel headaches. white house turmoil. president trump's son-in-law jared kushner coming under new scrutiny over potential conflicts of interest. are his days by trump's side