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>> a pleasant good morning to you, 6:00 a.m., saturday, march 11. here's some of the stories we're following for you right now on "action news." a car collides head on into a tree sending four people to the hospital in montgomery county overnight. plus, searching right now for the man who has been victimizing women in delaware. but, first, bitter cold conditions are gripping the entire delaware and lehigh valleys this weekend. sky6 live hd taking you outside live this is a look over center city. you can see the sun glisten off the skyscrapers there, the center city skyline. we're just nine days away from
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the first day of spring, can you believe that. guess what? it feels like the dead of winter out there. we're keeping a close eye on the storm that could bring snow next week. the man with all the answers, chris sowers joins us with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. i'm telling you what, chris, one day the week ends on spring-like conditions and next day it's like a blizzard. >> reporter: welcome to march in philadelphia. on a positive we're killing all the germs we had a couple of months ago, with temperatures like this, everything is freezing, live on sky6 live hd down in cape may. it's blustery and cold, it's a nice looking shot, but you need to add a few layers, don't forget the heavy winter coat, hat scarf and keep the extremities covered. temperatures in the teens and 20s and windchills, get a load
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of these numbers, nine days away from the start of spring. we have a degree for every day, 4 in reading, minus 11 in poconos. 8 in cape may. as the day wears on we'll see puffy cumulus clouds build. we'll go i don't want to say mostly cloudy, but more clouds at some point during the day. 27 degrees by late morning. 1:00 p.m., 29. , 3:00 p.m., 32. 5:00 p.m., 0. weekend with the wind it feels no better than the teens. the high is around 32 or 33. if you're wondering we should be around 52 degrees for this time of the year. when i come back in just a few minutes we'll focus on the nor'easter monday night into tuesday. >> i would like to invite you
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to go to to keep track of next week's approaching storm. there you will find the seven-day forecast, plus a look at double scan radar. icy conditions being blamed for a 25 car pileup in allentown last night. police say there were a number of fender benders from a chain-reaction crash on the wednesday of the hamilton street bridge. no serious injuries reported. once the vehicles were cleared, the bridge reopened. 6:03 a.m., new information to tell you about, four people were hurt in this crash in upper providence, montgomery county. their car ran off the road along black rock road and slammed into a tree. this happened at 2:30 a.m. firefighters had to cut a part the car to free the four people trapped inside. all right now recovering in the hospital. more information to tell you about, right now police searching for two men wanted in
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connection with the shooting of a 13-year-old boy in philadelphia. this happened in the 2000 block of west hunting park avenue. police say the suspect and an accomplice approached the victim ass sat at the table with several people. he appeared to be speaking casually, one suspect pulled out a gun and hot the teenager in the head. the teenager is in critical condition at temple university hospital. two people are dead and three others injured in a number of crashes in camden county. medics rushed to the scene along the white horse pike here's capitol avenue last night. police have not said what caused the accident which involved five vehicles. as police continue to search for the suspect who was victimizing women in delaware, there's word of yet, another attack. strikingly similar this time in delaware county. "action news" reporter, bob brooks has all the details. >> reporter: to get inside the
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rental apartments in pike creek you need to punch in a code. a resident was ambushed by a masked man with a gun sexually assaulted her and kidnapped her last month. it is a crime that was committed by the same man who terrorized two other women at two other apartment complexes. he struck a fourth time north in pennsylvania, residents at the glen mills got a letter alerting them of a similar attack. pennsylvania state police say this past tuesday arc masked man with a a gun am busheled a woman walking into her home. the victim bravelily fought the suspect off. >> reporter: that's katie malone who lives with her boyfriend said he can't always be around. we asked if this was connected with new castle county.
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he said new castle county police are working together. >> we are in contact with delaware, but we cannot say this is in connected to delaware. >> reporter: in the third attack, the victim escaped. the first two victims one here and one in north wilmington were ambushed and forced to drive to atms to take out cash for the suspects. >> there's a lot of messed up people in this world and hopefully they can catch him and put him where he belongs. >> reporter: police say be aware of your surrounding if you see anything even something remotely suspicious give them a call, this will take a community effort to get him off the street. bob brooks, channel 6 "action news." >> 6:06 a.m. prosecutors in bucks county are considering the death penalty for a woman who planned the rape and murder of her adopted
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daughter. prosecutors say packer watched as her boyfriend acted out a rape murder fantasy they shared. she is charged with illegally collecting $4,000 in government benefits after grace died. this morning the white house admits that it knew that michael flynn lobbied for a turkish businessman before he became national security advisor that suggests the transition lawyers did not see the lobbying as a liability for the plan was fully vetted. flynn officially filed as a foreign agent, the white house said only then did president trump learn of flynn's turkish connection. president trump fired snrin last month. -- flynn last month.
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president trump in his weekly address said americans need to know that actions on the affordable care act is an urgent necessity. he applauded the new proposal from house republicans, but some will oppose it if changes are not made in medicaid. the economy continues to show signs of strength. it's been nearly 8 years since the great recession ended. yellen hinted that slow and steady increases are coming this year. the feds last raised rates a quarter percent in december. when you think of a muffler you do not think of a printer. we'll tell you about the new technology being tested for car parts. could you be a target for
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an audit by the internal revenue service. we'll tell you why your chances are lower than ever before. gray we have slick spots out there, with black ice and patchy frozen slush, but no snow falling this morning. bitter windchills this weekend it stays cold next week, we're tracking a nor'easter as we head into tuesday. could be accumulating snow for parts of the area. details coming up right after this.
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>> there was a scare for singer who is 8 months pregnant a vehicle hit the passenger side of her car. 31-year-old singer is expecting a child with seahawks quarterback, russell wilson. he tweeted that his wife and baby are feeling great. alaska airline plane hit a de-icing truck in boston sending the worker tumbling on the tarmac. passengers screamed for the plane to stop after the cherry picker part of the truck got lodged in the wing of the plane. the work is in the hospital recovering. the flight was bound for san diego, had to be canceled. i hope the worker is okay. what happened to spring,
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chris? >> reporter: we were spoiled. i got a graphic, wait until you see how warm it was earlier this week i've got another graphic i know you will cringe. let's go outside, live at spring mountain, we're making snow here, temperatures are cold enough. skiers are happy, looks like you will be enjoying snow made from the snow guns and perhaps more compliments of mother nature monday night into tuesday, that's the nor'easter we're watching. temperatures this week, keep in mind the normal is 51. 51 monday, tuesday, 67. that's delightful. wednesday, 64. thursday, 68. friday, down to 40 degrees. now we're colder, we're sitting at 20 or 21, 21 actually in philadelphia and windchills are hovering in the single digits. old man winter has made a comeback. 18 in reading, 17 in allentown.
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7 in the poconos. 18 in trenton, 25 degrees in cape may. watch what happens when you factor in the windsful feels like 11 below in the mountains. 7 in allentown, 9 in philadelphia. 8 in trenton. feels like 4 degrees in reading. satellite and radar we have clear skies up and down the eastern seaboard here this morning, but because the air is so cold aloft, the angle of the sun is stronger, i call it destructive sunshine, the air will rise and condense into puffy cumulus clouds. witches, 11:00 a.m., 16 in philadelphia. 1 in allentown. 1 degree above zero in the poconos. this afternoon, 4 in the poconos. 21 in millville and wildwood, 2 in dover. tomorrow it gets a little bit better, but not much. 7:30 a.m., 12 in reading.
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12 in allentown. by afternoon, 24, 25 in philadelphia. upper teens and low 20s in the lehigh valley, 25 degrees for wildwood and atlantic city. so you get the idea, the weekend will be icy cold. this cold air starts to settle on in, monday, tuesday, wednesday, all are chilly. we'll see an area of low pressure come out of the high plains that will hit the appalachians it will transfer it's energy to a coastal storm. this will becomes our nor'easter, there's the track right there. as i mentioned earlier, it is march, it's not january, the ocean temperature is milder relatively speaking than two months ago, because of that the track of the low is key. it will you ultimately -- it wil ultimately determine what happens here, the rain/snow line will set up, it's raining south and east, snowing north and west, wherever the line sets up, that's the biggest question mark
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at this point. there's a ton of moisture with this storm. strong gusty winds develop and the possibility for coastal flooding that's a concern, as well, monday night into tuesday. for today, cold, bitter windchills looks like january, 32 for the high, 30 in allentown. millville, 34. dover, 35. with the wind it feels no better than the teens throughout the day. if we're lucky, we reach 20 or 21. overnight tonight, temperatures in the teens, low 20s for the coast, 14 in allentown, 19 in philadelphia. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, chilly stuff, 32 today, 36 mostly sunny tomorrow. increasing clouds monday that's a cold day, as well. 38 degrees. remember the normal is 52. wednesday, leftover morning snow showers, 37. thursday and friday we start improving with temperatures back into the 40s and yeah, gray, this is our favorite night of the year. we're going to lose an hour
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sleep tonight don't forget to spring forward before you go to bed tonight and check the batteries in the smoke detecter and carbon monoxide detecter. i love this. >> you got good news, thank you, chris. all right, 6:17, hundreds gathered in the limelight last night all for a good cause, this is the 7th annual limelight gala, green lighting lit up the room. you see the green, proceeds benefit the expansion of nick house which provides lodging to families undergoing cancer treatments in the philadelphia area.
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with us, 6:20, the risk of facing an audit by the internal revenue service has dropped for the first time in a number of years. irs braims cuts to it's -- blames cuts to its budget which led to a loss of personnel. keep in mind the internal revenue service collects a whole lot of information to verify your finances. there's mixed news when it comes to consumer borrowing, outstanding consumer debt rose $8.8 billion in january compared to $4.8 billion in december. that's the smallest monthly gain
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since july of 2012. federal reserve figures show a reduction in credit card debt which fell nearly $4 billion. it marked the first time that credit card debt has fallen in nearly a year and the biggest decline in nearly 6 years. ford is using a hitech feature that could make replacing parts less costly and fuel efficient. they are experimenting with 3d printed parts including plastic molding for car interiors and ford is testerring -- test e -- testing parts for performance and they could use it for cars and trucks in the future. >> reporter: welcome back
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everyone, 6:23 saturday morning, there's nothing that makes gray happier than talking about snow. let's focus on the nor'easter monday into tuesday, the most important feature is the development of the secondary low. the first low will hit the mountains and reform off the virginia capes and the delmarva. this low moves up like this. the winds around the low pressure blow in a counter clockwise fashion. not only where the secondary low forms, but where it tracks, that's are the most important points with this system. this is mild ocean air. we could have a rain/snow line move inlands. we start out with heavy snow and go over to rain in new jersey and delaware. if it forms out here, now the
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low is far enough to stay in a north/northeasterly wind. where the low forms is important over the next 24 to 48 hours. the key points where the second low forms and it forms close enough to the coast, where does the rain/snow line form? where it snows, it will thump. where it rains there will be heavy rain and there will be coastal flooding and beach erosion with this. in sports this morning, the flyers play the bruins, the sixerses tip off in l.a. the eagles introduce their new players. here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: jeffrey said he knew carson wednesday was special. -- carson wentz was special.
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he said you'll be m.v.p., i'm going to win it. the new eagles receiver admits carson wentz is a big reason he signed the big deal here. jeffrey's advice in the up coming season, just throw it up. what does the new receiver see in carson wentz? >> he wants to be the best, he wants to be great, like i said he wants to be the best, i believe he's going to be the best. >> what will seattle fans learn about alsean jeff -- jeffer eys. jamie apody caught up with smith and eagles fans, yes you will like the sound of this. >> how far away do you see this
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eagles team? i don't see any reason why it can't be next year, you don't work hard to not win at all, it's not like college it's not like bowl games, if you don't win a super bowl it's a waste of a year. >> reporter: brandon cook getting traded here, he'll get traded to the new england patriots and team up with tom brady according to espn. college hoops, big east tournament to seton hall, guess who was trying to knock them off in the big apple. villanova down as many as 11, the cats scratch and climb back to seton hall, lots of hart. josh hart, 13 seconds left they are down one, they go to chris jenkins. hart comes out of nowhere, bask and the foul, nova up two.
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seton hall, one last shot, angel dellgott misses. villanova 55-53 what a win by villanova they face crai ton in the big east tournament later tonight. how about penn? the quakers two wins away from clinching aerth in the ncaa tournament. >> i don't think there's any team these three other teams want to play less than us. the run we've been on and how hot we're getting just the fact we have nothing to lose being here. >> reporter: don't forget about the flyers in boston today, a big one for the boys. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a great day.
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with winter. >> reporter: i think this is all my fault, i did have an attitude, i wasn't getting snow or cold, and look what happens. feel free to blame me, because old man winter came back with a vengeance today. we may reach a high of 36 degrees, winds will be whipping 30 miles per hour that will keep temperatures in the teens. temperatures should be in the 50s, we'll be norm near that -- nowhere near that. it will feel like 21 in philadelphia. 17 in allentown. 4 for the poconos. 23 in dover, and 22 in wilmington. we're starting out with a decent amount of sunshine. we should see that right through the late morning hours.
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by afternoon because the air is so cold we'll get that canopy of clouds that will shade the sun without the sun it will feel worse. for today, cold, windchills in the teens, the high 32 degrees, normally we should be 22 degrees warmer than that. when we come back we'll be talking about the northeaster we'll be talking about heavy rain or snow, gray. >> go to to keep track of next week's approaching storm. there you will find the seven-day forecast, plus a look at double scan radar. >> your time, 6:32 new information to tell you about this morning, a 13-year-old boy fighting for his life. he was shot in the head inside are a take-out restaurant in philadelphia's tioga nicetown section of the teen was sitting at a table in west hunting park avenue around 10:30 when the
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alleged shooter an accomplice walked in. surveillance video not yet released captured the crime. >> you can clearly see the victim sitting with about three of his friends at the table eating food when two males walk in. the one male, the shooter, appears they are having a casual conversation with the victim. >> police say the suspect then pulled out a gun and put it to the child's head and pulled the trigger. the suspect ran from the scene. the victim is in critical condition at several university hospital. at this point no arrests have been made and police have not told us about a motive. we do know that witnesses talked to police overnight. two people are dead and several others injured after a number of accidents in oakland, camden county. crews rushed five people to the hospital, at least two victims did not survive their injuries. five vehicles were involved in at least two crashes along the
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white horse pike near capitol avenue. police say one car actually burst into flames. witnesses described the scene. >> i heard a smash and i come running down the street and there was people running all over the place. you know, i seen the fire trucks coming down it was just craziness. >> reporter: this morning, police tell us they are trying to determine the cause. medics rushed one player to the hospital after this fight, look at this it happened on the ice in hatfield township montgomery county. this is video of the altercation between ridley ice hockey club and central bucks west high school. it happened thursday night. at one point the fight spilled out into the stands where several adults were seen pushing and shoving. two central bucks players were hurt in all this. president of ridley hockey said in a statement --
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>> it is now 6:35 a.m., we're half by through president donald trump first 100 days in office. this morning there was great news on the economic front and controversy about a form member of his administration. chuck severson has the details. >> reporter: president trump's justice department under a monday deadline from the house intelligence committee whatever evidence it had that president obama had trump tower wiretapped. >> thank you press. >> reporter: meanwhile, the white house admits it knew that retired general michael flynn might be working as a foreign argument as he prepared to become national security advisor.
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he was forced out of the job for misrepresenting conversations with the russian ambassador. flynn's firm was hired by the turkey connected company for $535,000. this week flynn filed as a foreign agent the first time that president trump learned his of turkish connection. unemployment down to 4.7%, 235,000 new jobs created in february. many in construction which had its strongest month in hiring in nearly a decade. manufacturing and mining jobs, the president tweeting his approval, great again, 235,000. in the past, mr. trump called the numbers phone and hoax. his press secretary said. >> they may have been phone in the past, but they are very real now. >> dozens of u.s. attorneys are without a job after attorney
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general jeff sessions asked for their resignations. paul fishman of new jersey among them. 46 attorneys pointed by the obama administration were given until midnight to resign. it is common for u.s. attorney general to leave when a new president takes office. they don't necessarily happen all at once. fishman's highest profile case the bridgegate scandal. job fairs are held for candidateskinsons at point pleasant beach. casino pier and break water beach are hosting job fairs march 18 and march 19 inside casino arcade.
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yes, we know it is cold outside, but you can warm up today as the doors open for the philadelphia flower show at the pennsylvania convention center. last night a preview party was held at the convention center. look at there, guests were surrounded by tulips and other flowers as for the as the eye could see. this year's show highlights the country of holland in all of its beauty. it runs through next week. we invite you to enjoy the entire accuweather team right here tonight on 6abc for our behind the scenes preview of the big flower show, holland flowering the world. it airs at 7:00 p.m. 6:38 a.m., much more to come on "action news" saturday morning. a driver is in need of help in the lonestar state after their car get submerged in floodwaters there. plus, the city of wilmington is going green for st. patrick's day, but you may
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want to bundle up for the city's annual parade. of course, let's take you live outside, this is live shot of the commodore barry bridge there, beautiful picture, boy, look at the sun coming up. we'll go outside reality check winter is still here, very cold out there. meteorologist chris sowers has the word on frigid temperatures in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. "action news" on a saturday morning is back after this.
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fireball, those flames shot from a train that derailed in iowa carrying alcohol from a local ethanol plant. crews had to stay back while the flames burned away. two people on the train escaped and were not injured. new warning signs are in place at railroad crossings in biloxi, mississippi where a freight train slammed into a tour bus. the bus was stuck on an incline, appears the driver did not take the gps suggested route. ntsb working the case and investigating the collision, 17 vehicle train crashes occurred at the same crossing in years past. heavy rains across texas that meant big trouble for
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drivers there. they got stranded in water four feet high. those people are okay, their cars, however and trucks have to be replaced. the rain put a dent in the state's drought. a strong storm sent trees crash into a living rooms in memphis, tennessee. nobody was hurt. national weather service said straight lined winds caused the property damage. back here at home we're dealing with our own weather event. we're talking about winter. >> reporter: i gave him the cold shoulder now he is giving us the sold shoulder. let's get outside, looking live on sky6 live hd down in atlantic city. temperatures struggling if we're lucky we'll reach the freezing mark of 32 but feel below freezing all day. add a few layers as you head out the door. radars are clear. next shot of any precipitation
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will be monday night into tuesday, that's the approaching nor'easter chill talk about in a couple of minutes. north and west, concern this morning is for some of the snow that fell yesterday, it's kind of frozen. some of the back roads and sidewalks have black ice, take your time. bitter colds, windchills in the single digits culling off a high of 68 on thursday, the arctic front came through, yesterday we managed a high of 40. that happened before the blinding snow squalls pushed through. now we've dropped down to 21. 14 in pottstown, slatington, 16, ten degrees in tannersville. 17 in saint davids. chester 19. all interior south jersey
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hovering in the teens, vineland, agenda -- gandys beach, 19, even blue berry county, 19 degrees. yesterday's system is long gone well off the coast, we're in a quiet pattern for now. next couple of days, sunny skies this morning, transition to mostly cloudy skies, sunday mostly sunny, quiet day. monday and tuesday, things start to turn downhill. future tracker with the winds, late morning, mid to upper teens, afternoon mid teens to low 20s at best. we're starting out in the single digits this morning, we're starting out in the teens tomorrow morning. our peak windchill is 21 or 22, tomorrow, it is 24, 25. for the middle of march it's terrible cold. it's something you would typically see in january and february. let's talk about the approaching
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nor'easter. we have two scenarios, the first is for snow to change over to heavy rain something like this. that would be a storm that hugs the coast. the track of the low comes up the immediate shoreline, the milder ocean air gets drawn inland, it changes over to rain. how much snow on the front end, 6 to 12 or 4 to 6. how much rain there's a lot of moisture with this there could be an inch, inch 1/2 of rain on top of the snow that falls. that's father number one. and -- that's scenario number one and scenario number two is it takes it far enough out to sea, the winds stay in a northerly direction to drive the cold air in it's all in the form of snow. we have to focus on the exact track of the low. the reason for that, it's march not january, the ocean temperatures are milder relatively speaking than a month
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or two ago. if the track of the low that hugs the coast and pulls that mild air inland, it changes over to rain. where does the rain/snow line set up in again a lot of moisture expected with this. cloud cover increases during the day, temperatures struggle. overnight tonight, 14 outlying suburbs, 19 degrees in center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, icy cold stuff this weekend, 32 degrees today, 36 tomorrow, better monday, 38 degrees, increasing clouds, but then the nor'easter hits tuesday, 36, wednesday, leftover snow showers, 37. thursday and friday, temperatures back in the 40s, i wish i could say winter is done at that point, but some of the long range shows chilly stuff by the end of the month. >> it's winter, i won't say anything for 9 days then i'll
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exrain. exrain -- complain. 6:47, the winter weather did not stop the painting down green street yesterday the irish culture club painted the stripe in preparation for the 42nd annual st. patrick's day parade. it kicks off today at noon at 4th and king street.
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head, jimmy buffet says he is opening a number of retirement homes in florida. he said retirees will live in paradise where the party never stops where growing older, but not up, it will open in daytona beach next year for those 55 and better. is. there's a new film opening in wide release in theaters this weekend, kong returns to the big screen. here's david daniel with the preview. >> that a monkey? >> reporter: king kong returns to theaters for the first time in a dozen years this weekend. good reviews and all star cast
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has prediction of 45 to 50 million-dollar opening weekend that could top logan at the box office, no one expected the final wolverene flick to debut where it did last weekend. it could be quite a showdown. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. . we believe that you should always have room for the little things. and that your dream kitchen should work as hard as you do. save up to 20% at the ikea kitchen event.
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let's assume it develops here and hugs the coast and comes up. the winds blow in counter clockwise fashion and draw in all the ocean air in. whatever snow you see at first, goes over to rain. if the secondary low develops 75100 miles out to sea, all of a sudden the winds are in a north northeasterly direction the whole time, it's a snow event the entire time. if we have a rain/snow line, where does it set up, cobb i-95 special or -- the could be a i-95 special or south and east, there will be rain. if there's snow, you will get a lot of it. rain you'll get a lot of that. there will be coastal concerns with flooding and beach erosion. monday into tuesday. >> we know you and the team
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we'll tell you why he thinks he is being targeted. >> a pleasant good morning to
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you, 7:00 a.m., saturday, march 11. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news," a car collides head on into a tree sending four people to the hospital in montgomery county overnight. plus, police are searching for the man who has been victimizing women in delaware, but first, bitter cold conditions are gripping the entire delaware and lehigh valleys this weekend. sky6 live h


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