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president trump takes quick action on topics during his first day of office. good morning, everyone, 5:30, january 26, tamala edwards is off, along with david murphy and karen rogers and erin o'hern. >> reporter: our northern and western suburbs are picking up shower activity. there's more shower activity out to the west. this will be ending after the rush hour. 43 degrees in allentown. 45 as you step outside in trenton. 42 in wilmington. i have a fellow on facebook saying it's milder than it was going to feel. it is feeling mild because we have calm winds. a little on the cool side with
light winds it feels comfortable. 44 degrees by 7:00 a.m. showers around, noon, sun coming back, 54. we get a mild high of 55 probably early in the day, say around 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m., 51. the winds, however, are going to pick up as t on. during the afternoon you'll probably get gusts up in the 20s and 30s, calm winds a little cool, a little damp in sports. later it gets mild, the sun comes up, but it gets windier. 7:00 a.m., we're down to 43, tonight's low, 36. enjoy the milder period of the day, while you've got it, because colder air is coming back. today is the day you can get huge headaches driving through the city. this is the republican restreet. you will see rock closures, for security reasons they don't tell us about the closures in advance. from 8:00 a.m., to 6:00 a.m.,
portions of market and 1st -- 12th street closed is of. it will cause issues with the transit, itself. septa buses are detoured around the closures. this will create lots of issues. right now we don't have too many other issues, that's good news, looking live on the schuylkill expressway approaching bell month. overnight headlights out. that's the case right now. no issues on the blue route, schuylkill expressway, or i-95. we have showers working in, but not causing too m of an issue just yet. trump i expected to land philadelphia in just a few hours, his first officialg the white house. and is live at the lowes hotel
where the conference is taking, and protests are planned. >> reporter: there's a busy day schedule for the retreat, including joint sessions with the preside president, and the prime minister of britain. hundreds of lgbtq activists descend on the lowes hotel protesting against the affordable care act. >> we're facing negative stuff, so having a positive protest, >> reporter: a heavy police presence began outside thehotel. philadelphia p andp arrives. bike patrol also expand across the area. the grid surrounding the hotel will be shut down by 6:00 a.m. septa routes will be detoured and the 1st street -- 13th
street stop will be closed. there's security you will see and some you won't. >> there will be police preference out there. >> reporter: according to the city of philadelphia, they have issued several permits for protesters, they are expecting one to start mid morning, they are expecting 3,000 people. reporting live in center city, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." back to you. >> president trump signed orders to tighten immigration and deportation policy and to move ahead with the buildings of the wall on the mexican border. trump intends to stop accepting syrian refugees and spend the larger refugee program for 120 days. the president sat down with david muir his first post broadcast interview since his inauguration. he talked about payment for the border wall. >> we'll be starting the go to
works relatively soon. >> they will pay us back. >> 100%. >> he will triple immigration agents and thousands more border patrol agents. he will strip federal funding from so-called sanctuary cities that shield undocumented immigrants. we'll have response from mayor kenny coming up. chopper 6 hd was over the transportation center after a man was shot in the face and neck. dozens of people witnessed the shooting, but a motive remains unclear. a dog mauling sent a 96-year-old woman t the hospital. two dogs attacked the victim on the of fresh nehey calledphia police when thy
heard growling. when officers got there, they say the woman was suffering from several bites to her face and arms. authorities captured two pitbulls responsible for the attack. crews are working to fill the enormous sinkhole on brook road in glenside. the nearly swallowed a home and left pick up truck dangling over the edge. residents were without heat or water for 12 hours as they fixed the 6-inch water main. >> no one was expecting this, it's scary. >> you hear about this on the news all the time. >> the community has a boil water advisory in place until saturday. >> i heard somebody say yesterday, a few cold days, i can't get used to it because the next day it's warm. >> reporter: some lady said i walked by dog in my bathrobe.
temperatures are in the 40s, but there's calm winds. that will change today. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows you while the northern areas are dry, we have a couple of sprinkles and showers build in pretty much on the schedule we were predicting. chester county getting some, this will be in and out of the picture, probably between now all the way up until 10:00 a.m. there's one in pottstown that might move east and catch areas close to allentown. a little damp this morning. taking a look outside, we have cloudy skies out there, dry in the center city philadelphia right now, the new sky6 live hd camera at city hall looking toward love park and the benjamin franklin parkway. tranquil morning out there. 43 degrees, winds are calm in philadelphia. anybody experiencing winds, they are light winds.
between now and 8:00 a.m., more and more showers build in. it looks like they get out of here between 10:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m., by noon i expect the return of sunshine across the region. 48 by 10:00 a.m. noon, 354 with of 55 comingn early in the day. a few showers in the morning, but they should be getting out of here by 10:00 a.m., 55 degrees by 1:00 p.m. that were the winds will pick up, it will get blustery, not like monday, but 20 to 30-mile an hour gusts, and the numbers start to drop, 6:00, you're back to 46 degrees, look at the high temperatures are they are great early afternoon, they will be descending at sunrise. 55 in philadelphia. 52 in allentown, 54 down the the shore, not bad. here's the increasing wind gusts i talked about. in the teens in the morning, later by 4:00 p.m., 20 and
30s. tomorrow, with the front moving off the coast, cooler air is entrenched we get up to 45 and windchills in the 30s. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, pretty nice overall, we have sunday friday, 45 clouds and sun. saturday, brisk and colder, 39 degrees. chilly. sunday, clouds, sun, 40. sunday night there could be a snow shower around, monday morning, maybe a spotty shower or flurries. otherwise, monday looks cold, with clouds and sun mix, high of 36. we stay in the upper 30s on tuesday and wednesday. cold changes a coming, did you not today. a teenage's new idea takes the leg work out of shovel snow. a pennsylvania woman's
>> firefighters in dallas, texas pulled off a daring rescue, a broken scaffold left a window washer, 15 stories. crews raised his partner to the top of the buildings. a rescuer repelled to the side lowering the worker slowly to the ground. wind were howling 15 miles per hour. >> karen rogers, can you hear me? i was thinking that's a scary scene, i don't want to see anything like that today. we're looking live on the roads. we're anticipating a few showers, getting them in spots currently not on 309, traffic is moving nicely, coming in from perkisie and montgomeryville. no issues right there. in north coventry township,
blocking a lane, police on the scene, harp farm road. southbound traffic heading toward the schuylkill expressway, moving nicely, driving in and out of the city, maybe not moving nicely, 8:00 a.m., to 6:00 p.m. 12th, and 13th and market shut down because of the presidential visit. we'll get showers through the early morning commute and we'll get sunshine after that. temperatures wise we're looking good, 43 degrees, above the average high, again, we've been dealing with that a lot. 45 degrees in millville. the morning hours, cloudy and damp, by lunchtime you'll see the sunshine again today, enjoy the sunshine. last day in the 50s for a little while. >> high high-speed chase camea smashing end in los angeles. the driver rammed a parked truck flipping it on its side before making a run for it.
officers caught him a short time later and placed him under arrest. police began pursuing the driver after a traffic crash last night. a pittsburgh woman is accused of taking millions from her employer during 16 years she worked there. she worked for national international a monument and engraving firm. she stole $9.5 million between 1999 and 2015. federal agents seized homes and cars and yacht bought with the money. mills is expected to plead guilty next month. a wisconsin teen created a way of shocialing -- shoveling snow a little fun. he used his hover board and a shovel. since the video hit the internet in december it has been seen
320,000 times. gory are wolf gives an update on his cancer battle coming up. mayor kenny responds to the president's executive order on sanctuary cities. >> reporter: mostly cloudy skies, and some of us are seeing showers on radar. temperatures 43, 44 between 6 and 8:00 a.m. a look at the 12-hour forecast and a look at the radar coming unnext.
pany o'donnell moderated a overseeing the rehab project. there he is, i slowed down at the end of the read, so we could have double matt vision this morning. >> reporter: i need glasses. >> or a blindfold. just kidding matt. >> reporter: let's take a look outside, right now, check the roads what are sisters for if not to torture you. platt bridge, a little volume going on, one or two showers south of the city. 422 we have an accident coming in. reports of one on the ramp from route 100. >> reporter: we're dry at 422, we're showers building in from ne castle county delaware, east of baltimore and south jersey with this another batch is forming up north. a little damp this morning in spots. at least through the morning rush hour. 43 degrees outside, 42 in
wilmington a little on the cool side. the winds are calm for now, a lot of of you have been commenting on social media. 47 degrees by 7:00 a.m. we'll get mild, the high temperature early in the day, 55 degrees striking right in there about 1:00 p.m. 51 by 3:00 p.m. the winds are going to start to pick up today. while temperatures start to fall in the afternoon, the winds pick up, yes we dry out quickly this morning, last showers around 10:00. increasing winds gusting to 20 to 30 miles per hour. >> you can find the seven-day forecast live look at double scan radar at 6abc.com/weather. president trump is calling for funding cuts to sanctuary cities like philadelphia that shelters illegal immigrants. some politicians in new york and seattle are threatening legal action. mayor kenny maintains it's
unconstitutional to hold undocumented immigrants without a warrant. he leaves the door open to changing the status depending on how much money philadelphia will lose. >> we'll require a warrant for someone to be held in jail. >> pennsylvania senator pat toomey praised the actions saying the sanctuary status endangers the fiscal health of the city. >> pennsylvania governor tom wolf has a clean bill of health less than a year after battling with prostate cancer. doctors gave the 68-year-old democrat the news last week. wolf has kept a busy schedule traveling around the state abbey attending functions while receiving treatment for the disease. up next there could be a new area code in south jersey. philadelphia police are stepping up security for president trump's visit today. we'll have a live report coming up at 6:00 a.m. ♪ oh, it's a good day... ♪
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neighbors saw the man drive off with the golden retriever and germantown. after seeing the story, several people came forward to identify the suspect. he faces a number of charges including theft. the two dogs were returned to their owners. new jersey could be getting a new area code. the federal communication commission said the numbers in the 609 code will run out in the fall of next year. they request a new area code for the shore to princeton. if the area code is proved. residents will keep their 609 phone numbers. ken lawrence is the first african-american to fill in the term of josh spa peer -- spa here -- shapiro.
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children inside. >> taking live look from sky6 live hd we could see showers, but sunshine is on the way. we've seen few, let's go over to davids and karen. >> reporter: there's a few on the terrace. storm tracker 6 live double scan, most of the rain is further south. a sprinkle where you're not seeing the green. there's another batch up north. satellite and radar shows you cloud cover thick for now, additional showers out to the west, the last of these probably pushing through the region after 10:00, or 11:00 a.m. and then we expect the return of sunshine. 45 in philadelphia. 44 in trenton. 42 in wilmington. 36 in allentown. most of us looking at cool enough temperatures for a bit of a jacket. winds are light in philadelphia. 3 miles per hour. in allentown and trenton and millville, the winds are calm.