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from are meteorologist cecily tynan. >> this is news people still recovering from friday's major nor'easter do not want to hear but double scan live showing that next storm system, the pieces already in the map. we've got low pressuthe norther. that has been creating blizzard conditions and what this will do, it will transfer its emergency to a coast -- energy to a coastal low. that s intensifies and that brings us what is likely major snowstorm. we already have winter storm watches in effect for most of our viewing areas, essentially interior south jersey, the i-95orhere will be some mixing along the coast will limit some of the snowfall amounts. the timing shows that low pressure continues to track to the east. coastal low develops by wednesday in the wee hours of the morning. wednesday morning, i think a lot of people may be caught off guard because the precipitation will be light to begin with. there will be a mixture with some of that rain but then the storm system really cranks up into the afternoon and evening hours. by wednesday, at 5 o'clock, we have some heavy snow being
dropped across our viewing ay.sts probably about 40 to 45 miles rhoinom are to about 70 miles per hour. so, this is really the take away. the winds not really as strong as last friday. that's good news.the problem, te show. looks like this will be a much bigger snow impact for mgiest sn abot0 oc t morning until 6 o'clock wednesday and it could cause some additional power outages with the heavy wet snow and some of those wind gusts. i'll talk about specifically how much snow to expect where you live coming up in the full accuweather forecast. rick and sharrie. >> all right. >> cecily, thanks. >> thank you cecily. now let's check in with "action news" reporter walter perez who is live at the penndot yard in south whitehall township tonight. >> walter, the lehigh valley bore the brunt of friday's storm. now they don't have much time to clean up before this next one hits. t's right, rick and ssual for a march snowstorm, as you
can see, the snow pretty much is already gone from the lehigh valley but even as the repairs and the cleanup continues, here we go again. officials are pennsylvania power and light say the nor'easter that that pounded our region last week ranks among the top 10 most damaging storms they've ever had to deal with. >> we've experienced a lot of outages. based on the trees coming down and making the -- also the roads inaccessible in the northeast. >> reporter: service has been restored to most homes and businesses that lost power during the storm but that does not include brandon ofalntn. >> yup, still out. it's been out since friday. we're still running the generators. we're here getting gas to keep it going and just trying to cope with things. >> reporter: the worst part is that brandon's power will likely not be restored before this next storm arrives. not everyone is complaining. kenneth of albright's hardware says he just ordered another
trailer road of rock salt after selling 20,000 bags of ice melting material over the past three months. >> that's a lot for us. typically we'll go through about 12 to 15 trailer loads but this year we've hit 25 trailer loads. >> reporter: we even spoke with a few people who say if you're going to complain, you live in the wrong part of the country. >> not a big deal. you know, you get used to it. >> reporter: you have no choice. >> i have no choice. no, i just grin and bare it and smile and live each day. >> reporter: i have to admit i'm still not used to it. now, we spoke with penndot officials as well. they're encouraging everyone to please stay off the roads if you can during the storm. it was a nightmare scenario for them up in the poconos after 20-inches of snow fell up there and it forced them to shut down major roads across the region and it was misery for hundreds even thousands of commuters who got stuck. reporting live from south whitehall township, walter perez, channel6 "action news." back to you. >> walter, thank you. meanwhile let's check in with drone6. it was in west mount airy
earlier today as crews were removing a tree from the top of a septa bus. the tree crashed onto the roadway, brought down wires last night along wayne avenue near lincoln drive. it was unable to move until this morning when crews were able to remove the downed branches and the wires. officials say fortunately no one was injured. but it certainly added big headaches to the morning commute. >> they were hard at work in springfield township, delaware county this morning. another area that was hit hard by the strong winds friday. "action news" was along the 600 block of thacter avenue as dominique used his chainsaw to chop up fallen trees on that block. he told us that this storm was the worst that he's seen in the past but he's happy to be out making money because there is no power at his home. >> that's why i don't mind working you know what i mean. it's something to do. like i said the power has been out, so -- >> well delaware county saw a good chunk of the power outages during the past storm. crews are still trying to restore service before the
next one hits. "action news"'s sarah bloomquist spent the afternoon talking with people in delaware, montgomery county. >> that's right. she's live in wynnewood tonight with more onts there. sarah. >> reporter: we saw plenty of poweromni working around montgomery county and parts of delaware county this afternoon. this is one spot they have yet to reach here on baumann ave wynnewood. neighbors here do have power but that means the wires are live and that tree is charged behind me. in fact, peco put up all this yellow tape because people kept trying to drive under those live wires. this has been an extremely slow process and now more snow is on the way. peco crews were working away this afternoon here on gypsy lane in upper merion. this massive tree came down in the storm on friday afternoon smashing an infiniti and taking power lines with it. >> my wife and i felt the whole house shake. >> reporter: nicholas and his family have been without power since. like many here, they have a
generator running but they're ready to get the power back on. >> i just hope they have it on tonight. 'cause i need some epsom salts and a bath. >> reporter: as he watching crews working on his block he's well aware another storm is on the way. >> i'm stocking up grass if i can find an electrical cord in king of prussia i'm buying it. unfortunately the stores are out. i'm stocking up on canned foods and frozen foods. >> roracrosshe street is also thinking about what he needs should the power go out again. >> i'm going out and loading up on gasoline so the generator is ready to go. but that's about all we can do. >> reporter: not far away in radnor township at the francisville home for smaller animals a 109-year-old animal shelter they have been dealing with damage from fallen trees and no power since the snow started on friday. >> and it started coming down very heavy and heard a bang, looked outside, saw this enormous tree that had been uprooted and fell onto the cars in the parking lot.
it the staff is so happy to see this team from chicago at work getting the power restored. >> we're really thankful to them and grateful. >> reporter: here in lower merion township alone at one point today more than 4,000custi power and there were more than 90 locations where there were trees or wires down. i'm sarah bloomquist channel6 "" >> all right, sarah, thank you. power crews in delaware spent the day trying to untangle this mess in brandywine hundred. they're already working on downed trees in the area of the washington street extension and hanover road when four telephone poles and two transformers were brought down. we're told that wire had been comprised by the storm and a truck snagged it. >> in the past hour or so, we've got an update from peco saying it is still trying restore more than 42,000 outages. most are in delaware montgomery county. ppl still has almost 29,000
outages. half are in monroe county which got buried under 20-inches of snow in some spots there. >> 6abc.com has the updated watches and warnings for our next storm assault's' cecily was mentioning plus multiple live views from live six. check it often. >> time for the "action news" traffic report. >> all right, matt pelman in the "action news" traffic center monday night. hey, matt, how was your weekend. >> there was a lot of recovery involved this weekend, rick and sharrie, after that crazy afternoon friday. but hey, we're gearing up, let's do it again midweek i guess. this afternoon at least things are dry here on the vine street expressway but nonetheless, still packed in both directions. had a disabled vehicle up ahead on the eastbound side approaching 95. off to the side but we're still jammed both ways along 676, the vine street expressway. if you're hopping on 95 northbound a little extra heavy because of an earlier disabled vehicle up around woodhaven road. jammed there. starts back around bridge street. and we have a downed tree kind
of on the backside of independence mall blocking walnut street and of course chestnut street remains blocked because of that fire from a few weeks ago so lots of congestion there in olde city with both of them being closed. in delco cleanup continues along 320 and 252, portions of both are blocked this afternoon. so, for your travels through delaware county i think i would stick with the crowd on the blue route, 476. heading to the montgomery county burb's bell's mill road is blocked. and some changes happened over the weekend along 422. you're moving on the new bridge this afternoon here in the westbound lanes over the schuylkill river by trooper road. traffic at this point a little sluggish westbound but overall okay. things just look a little different out here. and over in south jersey had a vehicle fire an bad crash along the a.c. expressway westbound but that's now cleared so you're good to go in that neck of the woods. we'll check it again rick and sharrie in the next half hour. >> matt thank you. they have been used to all
sorts of things from custom built homes to something as small as a model airplane and still to come on "action news" tonight, how 3-d printers are changing how surgeons are designing and using devices to keep the heart going. >> and thousands of pennsylvanians who use uber were put at risk when they didn't have to be. that's what the state attorney general is claiming. why he has now filed a lawsuit >> we have a lot of sunshine out there. temps in the 40's but a cool breeze still with wind chills generally in the 30's. i'm tracking our next winter storm. i'll have more details on the timing and what to expect on the accuweather forecast when "action news" returns. >> ♪
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>> police are working to track down three men suspected in a double shooting in philadelphia's feltonville section. investigators tell us both victims were young men got into an altercation with the suspects. theconfght on the corner of whitaker avenue at the roosevelt boulevard. the men are hospitalized and said to be in critical condition. the family of an accused killer in bucks county is nowt. cosmo dinardo and his cousin sean kratz are charged with killing and burying four young men on a farm in solebury
township. well, today the families of three of the victims dean finocchiaro thomas meo and jimi patrick filed the suit against din dinardo's family. it says dinardo had documented mental health issues and his parents should have prevented his access to guns and the backhoe in the alleged -- that was allegedly used in the crimes. we are still trying to get the dinardo family to comment. >> ♪ >> health check tonight. people with type two diabetes getting a slight break on some blood sugar levels. the american college of physicians have lowered the target levels for a1c. it reflects blood sugar levels over about three months much the goal used to be seven or less but is now between seven anthe group says aggressive treatment to get the lower levels did not cut heart attacks stroke or death significantly. but it did increaseroblems like low blood sugars and cost. congress is considering a bill to create a national three digit suicide prevention hotline. it will replace the current hotline which is 1800-
1800-273-talk. calls to that line climbed 30 percent in 2017. however experts sayhe three digit line would get even more calls. sponsors of the bill say it has strong bipartisan support. >> heart specialists are really putting 3-d printers to work. in ohio engineers and doctors are testing their use to improve artificial valve placement. a team at ohio state university is printing 3-d models of a specific patient's aorta. the main blood vessel from the heart. with the simulator they reproduce that person's blood flow to choose the best valve, the best approach and the best placement. >> each of these valves are a little bit different. and every patient is a little bit different. sizes are different, the location of the calcium and hardening of the valve is different. >> well, a better fit from the start reduces complications like leaks, heart blockages and blood clots. they say the 3-d modeling has worked so far and they predict
that some day it will be standard practice. >> well, former trump campaign aide sam nunn berg says he will not testify before robert mueller's grand jury of russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. he made that comment a media pr blitz where he also suggested mueller may have evidence against president trump. the white house had this response to that. >> i definitely think he doesn't know that for sure because he's incorrect as we said many times before, there was no collusion with the trump campaign. >> 91 berg has had a friendship with former trump strategist steve bannon. he's later referenced in a book calling the president an idiot. world news tonight with david muir will have much more on president trump's former aide's admission and what it could mean for the mueller investigation. you can watch that tonight at :36 at 6:00.
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>> ♪ >> we are following some breaking news here at 5 o'clock. chopper6 flying live in lansdowne, pennsylvania, delaware county where as you can see a tree has toppled over and has now landed on top of a vehicle. this happening on east stuart avenue near lansdowne avenue again in lansdowne burr roe. it's unclear if anyone is inside of the car. no emergency vehicles in sight of what we can tell from this image here from chopper6. but of course this is under investigation. there will be questions to see what the impact is and if any injuries occurred but the roadway it is closed. again, this is east stuart avenue near lansdowne avenue in lansdowne borough. >> let's get the latest. meteorologist cecily tynan on another nor'easter heading our way midweek. >> yeah, unfortunately a lot of trees still down across our
viewing area. this is not what people need but another is on the way. head over to the "action news" weather center and you can see we've got winter storm watches posted for most of our viewing area basically i-95 corridor all areas north and west for tuesday night into wednesday night. this is because this is the area with the potential for heavy accumulating snow. this storm system will be simil form of a nor'easter but it's going to have muchigeramounts fr viewing area and much lower wind. right now, touh, prty a b philadelphia, little bit on the cool side. allentown 41. cape may 43. wilmington 45. and 45 degrees. bright sunshine but definitely on the breezy side. satellite and radar actually i want to show you that we have two storms on the map. if you look here, you can see that is the departing nor'easter, that low pressure still kind of spinning across the atlantic and here's the next system on the way. one piece that's heading
through the northern plains, will transfer its energy off the carolina coast and that will become the nor'easter. doesn't really happen, though, until wednesday. so, tuesday is looking dry during the day day. we start off with sunshine, increasing clouds as we head through the afternoon. temperatures up into the upper 40's. so, again, little bit on the cool side. but that precipitation should hold off until tuesday nighten , this is really from that initial low. it's not that much. it's pretty light tuesday night. looks like we'll have a mixture of some snow in the far north and west suburbs, kind of a mixed bag. philadelphia it likely will start as rain, also rain across south jersey and delaware. wednesday morning still a lot of mixing going on. it will be very light. i think a lot of people were look out their windows and say what, this is no big deal. but then that storm system bombs out. it really intensifies. by 1 o'clock in the afternoon except for right along the coast, we have that wraparound cold air. we have heavy bands of accumulating snow. that lasts right through the wednesday evening commute and then finally tapers off by
wednesday night so we're looking at about a 24 hour event but the key times between about 10 o'clock in the morning wednesday until about 6 o'clock, so about eight hours of really intense snow. so, as far as expected snowfall this could be a really big deal for a big chunk of our viewing area. we're looking at eight to 16-inches, basically philadelphia, areas north, areas northeast. as we get more information on the track we should be able to narrow this down a bit. where we get some mixing across southern jersey, northern delaware, about four to 8-inches, right along the coast a lot of rain mixing in so that will really limit snowfall amounts two to 4 inches and it will be gusty but future tracker showing instead of wind gusts of 60 to 70 miles an hour like friday we're looking at wind gusts generally about 35 to about 45 miles per hour. but it could cause some additional power outages. so, the five day at 5:00 showing tomorrow pretty nice day. increasing clouds, 47. wednesday windy with heavy snow, 37. blustery on thursday behind that system 44.
friday and saturday dry, mid 40's. another storm is on the way for the end of the weekend. i'll let adam talk about that in the seven-day forecast i don't want to talk about that. >> leave that to adam. cecily thanks. >> misery lovers company, right? [laughter] >> much more to come in our next half hour. we'll be right back. >> okay.
>> ♪ >> "action news" continues with meteorologist adam joseph, jaime apody, rick williams and monica malpass. >> ♪ >> hello again, monica is off. here's what's happening on "action news" tonight. much of greater philadelphia is under a winter storm watch as we track a second nor'easter that could create major problems this week. plus, construction of a pipeline in chester county is facing more criticism after three large sinkholes opened up in massive brawl at a new jersey chuck e. cheese we're learning new details about two women who are now facing charges. >> ♪ >> now the details on the accuweather alert we've been telling you about with evidence of last week's powerful nor'easter still creating issues across the delaware and lehigh valle, m the way. chopper6 hd over theews are stis
of removing several large trees that had fallen along manayunk road including one near conshohocken state road and another one near bryn mawr avenue. similar scenes could be on the horizon as a second nor'easter in less than a week is heading our way and with the very latest on that meteorologist adam joseph who is tracking when this storm will hit and what we could expect this go round.adam. >> yeah,i, torr is another one of those days you can continue to wh to get done and then wednesday kind of hunker down 'cause the heart of the storm will be during the day on wednesday. storm tracker6 live double scan low pressure in the northern plains, much like the last system, low pressure there that goes to the ohio valley, then transfers its energy to the coast where a nor'easter will develop, so that's what's going to happen and as it develops, just south of our coastline it picks up a lot of moisture and winter storm watches for philadelphia, all points to the north and west, all the way into new england here so this is a pretty powerful hit once again for the midatlantic
and also the northeast. so, here is your timeline. it does begin 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. tomorrow evening but as light rain mixed with some wet snow. so, again, even at the onset, it's not a big deal. it's very light precipitation. even wednesday morning you'll wake up and you'll see light snow north and west, light rain in and around the city to the south and east saying again well where is the storm? it will ramp up late wednesday morning, midday into the afternoon. that's when it turns windy. that's when the heaviest snow will fall and most of the accumulation will occur. so, with this system it's not the wind that is the highest threat, it is that heavy wet snow that takes the cake this go round. icing and brutal cold that is low with the storm. strong winds and coastal flooding still a moderate threat. with that wind and heavy wet snow we'll be looking at additional power outages. i'll let you know how much to expect where you live in that full accuweather forecast. >> adam thank you. to chester county now where three large sinkholes
have opened up along the very same block in just a span of six months. neighbors tell "action news" pipeline construction is to blame. "action news" reporter annie mccormick live for us now in west white land township with the very latest from there. hi, annie. >> reporter: hi, sharrie. crews just wrapped up for the day. they spent the entire day in the backyard of this home behind me where a new sinkhole did pop up. the state senator for this area says he's going to try to get an emergency stop order until they try to figure out exactly what happened. chopper6 hd over a new sinkhole that appeared in the 400 block of drive on sain thhome. neighbors say the residents insitoew doors down, a sinkhoe, now the size of a swimming pool, is in tj allen's backyard. the ground began opening here in november. what is your biggest concern right now. >> that my house is going to fall into the ground.
this west whiteland township neighborhood is part of the sunoco pipeline project. one pipeline is active the other under construction. that line will carry propane and butane. >> while they were doing this 24 hour dig they created a second sinkhole right next to my existing sinkhole. we didn't know it until the next day. it also created a sinkhole up here. >> reporter: allen feels there is little transparency on the project. sunoco said saturday they took immediate action and released this statement today saying in part, "we injected an approved liquid concrete mix or sometimes referred to as flowable fill into holes that were created by soil movement. this action has completed and all areas have been secured ." >> i'm skeptical how long that's going to last. is that a five year fix? >> reporter: state senator andrew din man says there's no coordination of state agencies making this ongoing process frustrating. today he learned the sinkhole exposed one of the pipe lines. >> and i'm sure the citizens and myself would ask the puc
for an emergency order to stop until further evaluation of both -- both the original pipeline and the construction of the new pipeline. >> reporter: and it was federal state and local crews that were out here and will come up with a full report but residents say this is a small part of a much bigger issue. for now reporting live in west white land township, annie mccormick channel6 "action news." back to you. >> all right, annie, thank you. shots were fired during an armed robbery in philadelphia's north woods section according to police. two men entered a quickie mark before 3:00 p.m. on february 7 and demanded all of the money in the register. the suspects got away with an undisclosed amount of cash. fortunately no one was injured. but if you recognize the suspects in this video you're asked to contact the police. a 72-year-old woman was injured when a stray bullet entered her home through a window in southwest philadelphia. police tell "action news" it
happened around 12:30 this morning on the 7100 block of brant place. they say the bullet did not strike the woman who was asleep at the time but glass from the window hit her leg. she was taken to presbyterian hospital for observation. at this time there's no word on who may have fired the shot. >> a man who was shot by police in montgomery county over the weekend h abington township police say they were called to the 800 block of jenkintown road where multiple people were stabbed. oicers s found the suspect barricade i the home andha the unidentified and pronounced dead there at the scene. they say a gun was also the suspect. police have not said how many victims there were in all. in new jersey, two women have been charged with assault following a large fight at a chuck e. cheese. police say the fight involving 15 to 20 people broke out last night around 6 o'clock at the restaurant in deptford. they say 47-year-old tracy
jones and 24-year-old stephanie leavengood were arrested at the scene. a woman suffered a minor stab wound and a restaurant employee was cut on the hand. at this time it's unclear what led up to the brawl. >> all right, time now to get an update he highways and byways for your monday night commute. >> all right, le wit uat are the sorts of afternoons when these reports cod for four or five minutes if i was going to tell you everything that was going on because of all that storm damage from friday. we still have a ton of roads that are blocked but on the highways, we're pretty much back to normal. it's volume here along the schuylkill expressway westbound side by city avenue and while it's heavy, it's still a whole lot better than it was on friday afternoon. but, yes, once you get off the highways, once you get off the interstates onto the secondary roads still a ton of problems. lincoln drive northbound by clivedon a new downed tree today. still have the traffic lights out near johnson street. traffic light troublesn ml as well near
montgomery.anwehat d chopper6 along stuart avenue at lansdowne avenue. also in the road. a crash in norristown along swede road and one as well out here in hatboro along davisville at byberry. in chester county really nasty crash is blocking embreeville road. somebody reportedly trapped in the wreckage. northern delaware portions of creek centreville and carr roads are blocked. still a lot of cleanup left to do. rick and sharrie back to you. >> thank you. >> president trump threaten new tariffs to steel and aluminum imports. not everyone is on board. we'll explain. >> today was congress' deadline to fix daca. why the day is expected to end without any congressional academics. >> and meteorologist adam joseph tracking the very latest from our weather center and some big news for this week. >> yeah, another nor'easter heading our way but it's really nice right now. we got the sunshine and fairly nice temperatures out there.
44 philadelphia, 41 allentown, 45 degrees in wilmington but, yes, i'm tracking more snow, more wind. we will chat about the exact timing with future tracker in that seven-day forecast, guys. >> all right, adam. sports coming up. what would it take for the eagles to trade nick foles? jaime apody has that story and much more when we come right back. stay with us. >> ♪ ough trade
talk sparked concern within his own party as some top republican lawmakers say his proposed tariffs could start a trade. abc's karen travers reports on the controversial decision from washington, d.c. >> reporter: president trump says his new tariffs on l n butm and steel imports it may cause a war between the white house and congressional republicanre di in for prident trumisn'tng. >> no, we're not backing down. >> reporter: the president dismissing calls from republican congressional leaders to not move forward on the new tariffs he onee auminum says the house speaker is etti and is urging the white house to not move forward. ryan even sending reporters an e-mail highlighting early
losses in the stock market. the president writing on twitter friday trade wars are good and easy to win but today he said he doesn't think there will be one. european officials are strongly saying their targets are notable. taxes on imports of american bourbon made in senate majority leader mitch mcconnell's home state of kentucky. and on harley-on motorcycles, made in speaker ryan's home state of wisconsin. president trump suggested on twitter this morning that cana a mexico may be these new tariffs if the three countries . the largest share of u.s. steel imports comes from canada. but later one of the president's top trade advisers said there would be no exemption. republican congressional leaders are not ruling out potential action to block president trump from instituting niece new tear rivers but this would be major showdown. reporting from the white house karen travers channel6 "action news." >> also at the white house president trump said he may
attend the opening of the new u.s. embassy in jerusalem. the president made the comment ne the two lead yours discussed trump from tell a fiftyiv in may. trump said he'll he dedication 87 people were arrested on capitol hill today during protests calling for action from c to come up with a solution after president trump's decision to repeal the deferred academics for childhood arrivals. the program also known as daca. congress is at a stalemate because the courts have not decided whether trump's repeal is justified. the 87 people now face obstruction charges and of those, 28 were also charged with resisting arrest. >> all right. time for sports. jaime apody is here in our. eagles still celebrating the
super bowl win. there's a quarterback controversy they have to de back on your offers for foles. the eag no idea if or when carson wentz will be healthy so regardless i would say it's a wetartanother round ofidulo march snow the phillies stock up on sunscreen. luckily they're starting to stockpile some wins. bottom of the second there's something that we got used to last year, nice to see it again, that sweet swing of rhys hoskins, second home run of the spring,-nothingphils. phils up twth carlos santana brings in the
another with the rbi double. phillies win four to three. they've won two straight three of their last five. six days away from selection sunday villanova ends the season ranked number two in the ap poll and in the driver's seat for a number one seed. they tip off on thursday. tough loss for the sixers last night despite the fact they had what sounded like a home court advantage in milwaukee. they flu a 20-point lead had a season high 26 turnovers. the greek freak scored 35 points sixers fell 118-110. they have a half game up on the bucs. they're in sixth place in the east. the flyers fell too losing to the panthers four to one. after winning six in a row they've dropped three straight. talk about a rough weekend 33 gave up 11 goals and being swept in florida. the flyers will try and regroup wednesday when they host the penguins. they may have lost both games but shayne gostisbehere won the weekend. flyers defenseman hosted students from stoneman douglas high school at the game including the state champion hockey team. he attended the parkland
school where 17 were killed in a mass shooting on valentine's day. he posed for pictures signed autographs. using hockey to help feeling for a group that truly needs it. >> they're definitely special. just get their minds off, you know, all the bad stuff that's happened the past couple weeks and put some fun in their lives. >> he's become the city's most famous mummer. and now jason kelce got to meet his minute mee -- mini me. little guy is an eagles fan since he was in the womb. his parents made him the costume. don't worry, the mini mummer cannot recite all the words from kelce's speech. >> that's a relief. >> unfortunately my five-year-old can but that's another story. [laughter] >> how cute is little landon. >> that was a great outfit. thanks jamie. >> more "action news" when we come back. >> i'm not kidding.
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this one will have more snow with it compared to the last time. but also witsome wind as well so we'll head to the weather center here. take a live look in cape may. expecting minor coastal flooding and that is good news for the shore communities but we ended the day with a little bright spot in the sky after a decent amount of sunshine on this monday. but we are expecting another big heavy thump of snow during the day on wednesday. it's going to go downhill very quickly during the day on wednesday. winds will be gusting 40 to 45 miles an hour which still can do some damage. it's not going to be the 60 to 65 but still pretty gusty winds with this next storm and minor coastal flooding for the shore. temps not bad right now. low to mid 40's, it's below average for this time of year but with the sun that high march sun angle helping to really wipe out that recent snow pretty quickly. as we take a look at satellite d radar, there you can see that sunshine out there today. some high clouds coming in xtsyhich really the of that
setup is almost exactly the same. we have low pressure in the northern plains that goes to the east over the ohio valley and that will transfer its energy to a coastal storm that becomes that major nor'easter but we'll see a little bit of this precipitation near chicago work in here first thing tomorrow evening. but tomorrow not a bad day to do errands, maybe clean up the yard a little bit more, 46 in allentown, 47 in trenton, 47 in millville. sunshine most of the morning and then the clouds will increase during the afternoon with light winds. future tracker as we go into the evening hours of tuesday, that's when light precipitation breaks out. it's very light at first. some rain to the south, mixture of sleet and wet snow in and around the city in that blue. snow all points to the north and west. as we get into wednesday morning, again, at this point, you'll look out your window and you may say it's not horrible out there, rain to the south and east. a mixture along the i-95 corridor, snow to the north and west. then mid to late morning, that's when everything really ramps up here as that coastal
takes over, 1 o'clock wednesday afternoon, lunchtime heavy snow across basically the heart of our viewing area. still mixing at the shore. 5 o'clock in the afternoon, snow all the way to the shore as that colder air wraps in with the winds around that storm and then it departs as we get into wednesday evening. so, how much snowto expect? atwo to 4 inches dover wildwood atlantic city before it ends. then four to 8-inches lancaster wilmington millville, most of south jersey. now in and around philadelphia, trenton, points to the north and west we have a big area, an eight to 16-inches and that's a wide range of snow totals because again the track is really going to depend on who sees the eight, who sees the 16. we're going to have to shrink this and we'll update this map during the day tomorrow to fine tune where that heaviest hit of snow is of 12-inches or more but it could be right around philadelphia, trenton or it could be displaced to the north and west but this is the first really good call map from us. so, as we take a look at the key points here with this storm, it really depends on
the track where the heaviest snow is going to be. it begins very light as rain and mix tomorrow evening and then ramps up wednesday noon and afternoon and that's when the roads are going to get quickly covered so you may want to just hunker down wednesday morning even if it doesn't look bad because it will deteriorate quickly here wednesday lunchtime and beyond the exclusive accuweather 7-day forecast 47 sun to clouds tomorrow, windy heavy snow. do expect additional power outages with this storm as those winds pick up and that heavy wet snow weighs down on limbs and power lines. then thursday blustery, some sun, 44 degrees. 45, clouds and sun on friday. and a pretty chilly seven day for march as we go into the weekend. we'll have to watch for another coastal storm late sunday into monday and also this weekend you want to turn those clocks ahead one hour and stay with us here and also on social media pages as we get more information. >> can we turn the clock ahead towards april. [laughter] >> can't do that unfortunately. >> not yet. >> okay. >> thanks adam.
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>> singer actor and director donald glover always known as childish gambino is taking his north american tour to philadelphia. the singer best known for his role in atlanta will perform at the wells fargo center september 18th. philadelphia is one of 13 cities listed on the tour. tickets go on sale friday march ninth. >> right now jim gardner and the "action news" team standing by with these stories and much more coming up next at 6 o'clock. >> a update on the rush to restore power as another powerful nor'easter is forecasted to impact the region this week. >> we'll have the very latest on that next at 6:00 for monica malpass, meteorologist adam joseph, cecily tynan, jaime apody, sharrie williams the entire "action news" team, i'm rick williams. have a nice evening. good night.
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restore electricity mindful of the fact that they could be going through this again later in the week because of the storm that is exploding on wednesday. "action news" reporter john rawlins is live in havertown. walter perez is in the lehigh valley. first meteorologist cecily tynan. cecily it seems almost unfair that as soon as we recover from one nor'easter, another one is expected to come our way. >> you're exactly right. well, what we really need is a full week of quiet weather. that's not going to happen. as you look at double scan live you can see the next storm system waiting in the wings. low pressure across the northern plain straits bringing blizzard conditions up there and this like friday's storm will transfer its low to a coastal storm. it will evolve a little bit differently but we're looking at the potential for some high snow amounts. so, winter storm watch has been posted for basically the