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12:30 p.m. nor'easter fatigue another one is coming this week as people clean up and wait for the power to come back be from the last storm. we've team coverage. bill cosby is back in court in montgomery there's been fireworks in the courtroom. oscar week's nor'easter especially hard hit in delaware county. among the areas tallying up the damage him many waiting for power to return there some ext problem as well. this is video of snow coming down in minnesota. meteorologist karen rogers will be along in just a couple of minutes to explain the role that the snow will play in our next nor'easter we're facing in a couple of days. john rawlins joins us live from havertown where people are preparing for one storm and cleaning up from the first one john. >> reporter: yeah, it's a slow painful cleanup that's for sure, particularly if you're without power. the folks here say restore the power a as they c it's been a long, long process. >> it's the before round
two, another nor'easter moving our way. the area around city hall at lunchtime. i won't be pretty by midweek, we think. let's get more on the next nor'easter meteorologist karen rogers in for david murphy. that scarf will come in handy on>> repor we're dealing with winds related to the last it's kind of a chilly breeze. the coastal flood advisory impacting people from along the coastline. minor flooding could be causing road closures around the coast from that flooding, we're not done with that just yet. the windchill with the gusty breeze up to 25 miles per hour at times. feels like it's barely above freezing, 36 in allentown. 40 in cape may. usually in march we hope to feel better than that, temperatures for the day 45. we're talking temperatures below the average high of 49. 2:00 p.m., 44. 6:00 p.m., 42 degrees. 10:00 p.m. 35. wthill tsdt u erhen we oalnyker in w o future criminald he
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turning dangerous. >> i'm the slow driver in the right lan when reporter: now it's taking a thein same areas that is recovering from friday's deadly nor'easter. it's horrible. looks like a war zone. >> it's scary, it was a bad one. >> reporter: hundreds of thousands are without power. >> there's not been a storm of this magnitude since sandy. >> reporter: from virginia to massachusetts the storm's hurricane-force wind gusts downed power lines and toppled trees. >> restoration during the storm has been pains takingly difficult because of downed trees and i am -- impassable roads. >> reporter: surveld rippe homes -- surf their foundations. the national weather service ispecting the storm to turn into f nor'easter. a storm watch fity of northeast from tuesday into wednesday. maggie ruhle new york. suicide prevention hot line could be in the works.
current hot 1-800-273-talk. some people say it's hard to experiencinge the risk of suicide decreases. retailers penny is cutting jobs in anticipation of a declining sales. the company is slashing 360 jobs. jc penny0 stores ltnd philadelphia millse among those shuttered. coming up the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> looking outside, sky6 live hd showing you a nice picture cape may the jersey shore. karen rogers has the update from accuweather and what to up in the
>> sky6 live hd looking from our temple university camera. 12:47 p.m. cloud cover out there rightttt bteot done at lste're okay. >> can you pull some strings. >> reporter: iyou know i know people. storm tracker 6 live double scan we're looking dry through the area today is a dry day. it's chilly out o what d b s pje acaaa s-inch range in the area. plowable snow. the lighter area of blue is 3 to 6 and less in south jersey and delaware. i think a good idea of our general thinking right now although the models are not in agreement. it depends on the placement of the low. the euro is showing it farther out, giving us significant less, that's showing less than an inch of snow. that's different from the namho elun am ietter understanding of where the models are going.
at this point i would say it looks like a plowable snow north and west of the city. the timing of it isably the worst of it late wednesday morning into wednesday evening. the commute have anow and gusty winds that's going to be a tough one. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, today not so tough. a chilly breeze, kind of get a little bit of a break. 45 degrees turning cloudy tomorrow quickly precipitation starts late evening or at night rain or mix changing to wednesday morning into wednesday evening 37 degrees for the high. thursday not as cold, the sun eat there following the traditional mail and supply route across alaska. it will take the dogs and mushers more than 8 days to reach the finish line. another big weekend f black the box office. the super hero movie took in $66 million in ticket sales. black panther raked in half a million dollars in the u.s., worldwide it's closing in on a billion dollars with almost
>> closing in on 1:00 p.m., let's get a final check of the forecast with meteorologist karen rogers.b the furry scarf on that kind of h we're below 45. feeling like the 30s. don't forget national weather service has a winter storm watch in effect for tuesday night into wednesday night for storm that could produce heavy snow especially in the area you see highlighted in blue there, north and west of the city. adam and cecily have more on that coming up theerng. >> theerng -- this evening. >> coming up on "action news" at 4:00 p.m. we'll have the latest forecast as a another
nor'easter comes our way. sinkholes being linked to controversial pipeline we have reaction from sunoco and neighbors. as tax day approaches procrastinate tedious task of filling out returns. >> that's it for "action news" at noon. don't forget to join us for "action news" at 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m., and 6:00 p.m. for rick williams, david murphy, karen rogers and the entire "action news" team, i'm sarah bloomquist. have a great afternoon. >> we'll see you later 0 today.