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that low continues to pull up the eastern seaboard and that packs up this precipitation and rain is already falling in southern new jersey and delaware and it will overspread the region in the overnight hours. it begins as rain everywhere, look at the temperatures, mid to upper 40s and philadelphia 50 degrees. in the last week temperatures have been in the 40s, 50s and 6:00. and the pavement surfaces are very warm going into the storm which is a good thing for the morning rush tomorrow. future tracker 6 at 7:00 a.m., snow will be falling as colder air gets pulled into the northern fringe of this system. mainly philadelphia and southern delaware, farther west of philadelphia is where you miss out the wet snow, it goes into effect at 1:00 in the morning it's for the heart of the delaware valley and southern new jersey and southern delaware. the precipitation is just to the
south and east. what it means, it starts at rain this evening and changes to snow very late. maybe 2:00, 3:00, 4:00 in the morning. it will be the wet snow for the morn slush and there will be slushy spots in some spots but roads should be mainly wet but we are talking about the slushy accumulations coming up in the full forecast. stay with 6abc.com is it weather for the latest from accuweather, can you find the forecast and storm tracker radar and follow our team of meteorologists on facebook for updated information and live chats throughout the day. and "action news" will have a recally start. join matt, tam, david and karen for a live look at conditions starting at 4:00 a.m. one person is dead after a school bus of students collided
with a vehicle today in cumberland, new jersey, a crash sent teenagers and adults to the hospital. gray hall is live in camden where the most seriously injured victim is being treated right now. >> reporter: sharrie that victim is identified as 82-year-old bus aide vera cold, she is listed in stable and critical condition as she recovers. investigators are trying to figure out what caused this fatal crash. >> a trip to school ended in tragedy as a school bus and toyota rav 4 collided. >> the noise was horrific, a big bang, crash, a lot of sliding, it was dragging. >> none of the students had major injuries but the driver of the toyota didn't make it out alive. >> i feel so bad. >> new jersey state police say
that at 7:42 a.m. the driver hit the school bus and it forced it off the road and it overturned. people were shaken up by the crash happening so close to home. >> i have small ones, it's sad my kids have questions, all the kids are scared someone lost their life. >> the bus was heading to pine land learning center, students ages 7 to 13 were taken to the hospital for minor injuries. an 82-year-old bus aide was taken to the hospital listed in critical but stable condition. the residents are saddened by the loss of life but thankful no kids were seriously injured. >> how can you explain someone coming out of a vehicle that just got smashed. they were highly upset and shaken but there was so much
help here. >> reporter: again back out live tonight, i can tell this investigation continues, meantime the four students along with the bus driver they are treated and released from the hospital live tonight in camden, new jersey, gray hall, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. police say that four teenagers are now charged in an armed robbery on the schuylkill river trail. it happened last night before 9:00. investigators say the teens threatened a man with a b.b. gun that had the appearance of a real gun, the teenagers also kicked and punched the man. >> the simple fact that this male handed over his items a cell phone bag or laptop, and he refused to unlock the phone and they began to punch and kick the individual, it's barbaric. >> police are not sure if the teens are responsible for additional robberies that happened along the trail but
people will no longer run alone because they are concerned. sara bloomquist has more on that coming up in a live report at 5:00. police in northeast philadelphia are looking for a person that stole money from a book fair and the funds were suppose to go to supporting the library. erin o'hearn is live now with more. >> reporter: we'll get to that in a minute but the parents and teachers at saint mark's parish school, worked tirelessly on this book fair said it was not just money but the promise of new books for the children for next year and the children's trust that their school is safe. >> shame on you. shame on you. why would you do this? >> the why and the who are a mystery, but the thief that nabbed $1,000 for these students' library left this
parish school in disbelief and sadness. >> it's a safe area and church and i don't want that taken away because this happened. because someone was mean enough to steal from little children. >> this surveillance video shows a woman getting out of the passenger side of this silver sedan at 8:00 p.m. saturday night. the first set of doors she tries are locked and then jogs to the rectory doors that are open for choir practice and the video shows her going downstairs the same stairs where the book fair was held and librarian said she left the money. >> maybe someone knew it was there, we are work that angle of it. >> it's just surprising. >> it's catholic schools week and we are at church it's horrible that someone would steal money from the book fair. it's a difficult few days for students that look forward to
the book fair every year and don't understand why someone would steal from children. >> we are all sad and the kids are talking about it. >> it's difficult for those children to understand. >> neither the principal or the librarian recognize the woman in the video and they don't believe she was at the book fair but they advertise the book fair on the bulletin and the church's website. if you recognize the woman or have information that is helpful to police they want to you call them right away. erin o'hearns, channel 6 "action news." >> that surveillance video will be key. a house up for sale went up in flames today in montgomery county. chopper 6 hd was over greenwood avenue in cheltenham township where flames ripped through a home this morning. it took firefighters more than three hours to get this one under control. no one was hurt season investigators did not say how
the blaze started. "action news" learned the six bedroom house was on the market listed at more than $800,000. new jersey residents impacted by last month's blizzard got their questions answered today. representatives from the christie administration held a meeting at sea isle city and one in wildwood. they were answering any questions that residents and businesses there are still facing. also democratic leaders are pitching a plan to raise the state's minimum wage to $15 an hour and it's a move that they say will rebuild the middle class in the garden state. the current wage in the garden state is $8.38, he says there are too many hard working people living in poverty and something
needs to change. >> we need to do better and have a liveable wage for these people to be able to make end s meet i new jersey, we need to build them up and rebuild the middle class. >> governor christie is critical of building the minimum wage saying it could hurt the state's economy. nora muchanic will have the worker's reaction coming up on "action news" at 5:30. >> it is a big talker. time now for the "action news" traffic report. matt pellman is standing by in the traffic center looking at conditions before the snow starts falling. >> you are usually dealing with delays and we are seeing them this afternoon. the schuylkill by the vine, westbound go the taillights and this is where the two merge, we always bunch up in this area in the afternoon.
at this point though no accidents on 76 just already some heavy volume. same on 95 where speeds are just in the teens as you head northbound by the betsy ross bridge. and traffic troubles by st. joes at 54th and city avenue, may by confusion traveling through the lights because they are out at this point. and an accident in lower moreland by fillmore avenue by the dunkin' donuts, and washington lane is an alternate. down in wilmington watch for a crash in the southbound lanes of 95 at mlk and speeds in the 20s as you travel past the accident scene. lets grab the ipad and do the commuter report on this thursday. a pothole in marlton near the old circle thanks to flyers dan for alerting us to that one.
we'll have more coming up in the next half hour. for a couple of hours this morning i thought it was friday. thanks matt s still ahead the company laying off hundreds of workers in our area. and the ceo raising the price of a potential life saving drug and he faced off with lawmakers in an angry session. and today we found out that this ocean liner with a long history could now have a bright future. what is next for the ss united states.
by 5,000%. he invoked the fifth amendment. and shkreli sat smirking and rolling his eyes before being dismissed. he took to twitter to call the lawmakers imbeciles. his lawyer says he is not a villain. >> tonight bernie sanders and hillary clinton will face off in their final debate before the new hampshire primary. this is the first debate since martin o'malley dropped out. meaning it's the first time the two candidates will go one-on-one and the first of four democratic debates that were added to the calendar after months of protest by sanders and others within the party. meanwhile the republican candidates continue to crisscross the state of new hampshire to push for last minute votes. here is an? >> of the latest polls in the
granite state. donald trump has a huge lead and mark rubio, ted cruz and chris christie are fighting for the lead. anchor monica malpass will have live reports starting this sunday night right here on 6 abc. from our delaware newsroom capital one laid off 100 workers in wilmington. they let go 109 employees yesterday and those jobs are part of the mortgage operations in wilmington. the bank is trying to make the unit more efficient and all the employees did get 60 days notice of that move. now the look at the day's numbers, we like this, the dow up 80 points, nasdaq up 5 points and the s&p up marginally up 3 points on the day. atlantic city is facing a major ser financial crisis
"action news" went undercover to investigate claims that a city leader abused his position to take advantage of a personal perk. wendy saltzman has a preview. >> reporter: the state is planning on taking over atlantic city accusing officials are misusing taxpayer funds. after a tip we set up a secret camera to watch a councilman. see what happens when we confronted the councilman breaking the rules and how officials react to our undercover video. >> is that allowed? >> that is not allowed. i'll have that video coming up tonight on "action news" at 11:00. here at the big board now loving this story today upon her birth in 1950, she was once considered the largest and fastest ocean liner ever built
in the united states, bigger than the titanic, so grand she ushered celebrities across the atlantic. but now she looks like this, the ss united states. and a cold warrior by the way is just rusting on the delaware, lifeless on columbus boulevard. the massive steam ship is about to get new life and one day sail again. crystal cruises made an announcement laying out big plans to overhaul the ship with a price tag of $700 million. susan bigs the granddaughter of the original designer said. >> i believe my grandfather would be thrilled to his his ship evolve as a beautiful and luxurious modern vessel and of course he would want her to be fast. very fast.
>> and that she will. crystal cruises says the ship will need to meet more than 60 years of new rules and regulations before she can be turned into a state of art commercial vessel. the ss united states will undergo a 9 month feasibility study and here is the rendering of what she would look like and set sail with cruise goers. >> it's a fascinating process. thank you. time for a check of the accuweather forecast as we await the arrival of snow. adam joseph is here with the latest. >> before the snow falls, the rain will fall and it's beginning to built in southern parts of new jersey and southern delaware, this is all in response to the front that passed through yesterday with some of that heavy rain and it's backing in as low pressure develops and throws extra moisture inland and pockets of downpours especially along the
garden state parkway and 72 and parts of long beach island the northern end of it starting to lessen the intensity of the rain and some lifting to the north and catching a break but overall the rain intensifies especially in the delaware and southern new jersey into the evening hours. it's extremely mild out there, you say how could it snow with temperatures in the upper 40s to near 50 degrees, well colder air is wrapping as the low develops from the north to make the switch over but that is not until well after midnight. there to the south plenty of moisture building in raleigh and charleston, south carolina. we are still in the mid-40s at 11:00 tonight with rain all the way far west as philadelphia, and dry in the far northwestern suburbs and then as we go later in time. 6:30 on friday morning that is when the switch over begins and
notice the temperatures are above freezing and the ground is extremely warm at the present time and this is a wet snow that falls but any snow during the morning rush is something we want to follow and 10:00 in the morning it pushes off the coast and the sunshine quickly returns from the west to the east and beautiful with melting going on tomorrow afternoon and full sunshine and highs above average in the middle 40s, expected snow north and west of the pennsylvania turnpike, chester county and buck county and lehigh valley, a coating to an inch, trenton and wilmington and southern new jersey and delaware, 1 to 3 inches and a lot of this son the grassy surfaces and some slush on the side streets and the bull's-eye is parts of atlantic county straight up to new york city and burlington county where we see 3 inches of that heavy wet snow, the four day at 4:00 forecast, a transition of morning snow to afternoon sunshine melting some of that away at 44 degrees, definitely it's gone by the
weekend, we are looking at temperatures in the upper 40s and low 50s, saturday and sunday mild for february and turns cooler on monday and we'll chat about the possibility of a little more snow next week in the seven day in the next half hour. >> adam thank you. up next a man manages to rob a business while going through the drive-thru and it's not the only crime that he has pulled off and police want your help to track him down. >> a child is found wandering the streets of philadelphia and we'll have a live report on the stranger who stepped in to make sure the kid was safe. we have details on the investigation into how this happened in the first place. coming up in big talkers the latest evolution of denim we'll tell you what these jeans promise to do and how.
a knife. they gave us surveillance video of both incidents. first they say the man robbed a dunkin' donuts on west lehigh avenue. you can see him reaching through the window taking money from the register knife in hand and then the same man robbed k and s food market on west fifth street and the clerk tried to fight him off but he grabbed money and ran. the snow is coming and it's time to think spring, the philadelphia flower show is just a month ago. mayor kenney announced the theme today. it's celebrated with america's history and beauty with national parks and landmarks. it opened at the pennsylvania convention center on march 5th, 6 abc is proud once again to be a broadcast media partner always such a great show.
still ahead there is it much more in the next half hour of "action news." we have brand new video of a rescue off the coast of new jersey. see the coast guard pulling a fisherman to safety. >> and i'm nydia han, prepared foods from the supermarket make for quick and convenient dinners, but is the food fresh and healthy? .
"action news" continues. >> it's 4:30 and "action news" continues with a water main break causing quite a mess in a philadelphia neighborhood. and a young child found wandering the streets alone. vernon odom ask live with an update for the search for his parents. and a dad gets extremely creative with his family photos, how he got these images of his young daughter. we are tracking snow in the forecast. it's expected to last overnight and make for a messy morning commute. lets get the latest word from meteorologist, adam joseph at the big board. >> yesterday we saw the models develop along the track. that low off the carolinas will move to the north and east and throw some of this precipitation
back but it's mainly right around philadelphia to the south and east and much less in the far western suburbs where less snow will fall and less accumulation, but winter weather advisories from coastal maine through boston and new york city and down the pike in parts of maryland and as we zoom in closer it begins at 1:00 in the morning and the snow begins to fall, it's the heart of the delaware valley and all of delaware and the exception is the poconos and the delaware valley not within the winter weather advisory as they are far west of that coastal system. in the far western suburbs the snow starts at midnight along i-95 wilmington and trenton midnight to 2:00 a.m. and eastern new jersey the rain turns over to snow between 2:00 and 5:00 in the morning, this is a drop in the bucket compared to the blizzard a month ago and
it's between 1 and 2 inches of rain and it's that wet snow the consistency on the main roadways looks mainly wet in the morning. sharrie when we come back we'll talk about the exact accumulations where you live coming up in the full accuweather forecast. >> adam thanks. with the snow in the forecast check 6abc.com for the very latest from accuweather, there you can find the seven-day forecast and storm tracker 6 radar plus follow our team of meteorologists on facebook for updated information and live chats throughout the day. and "action news" will be on early tomorrow morning to help you get out the door, join matt, tam, david and karen for the latest on the forecast and traffic and a live look at conditions starting at 4:00 a.m. police are interviewing the mom and uncle of a young boy found wandering the streets early this morning. "action news" was there as they carried the child out of a day
care. a woman found him wandering the neighborhood and brought him to the day care. vernon odom is live outside of special victims outside of hunting park with the latest. >> reporter: good evening. a lost child only 3 years old is fortunate that a good samaritan neighbor found him and quickly got him out of harm's way. this 3-year-old child was in police hands after a city employee found the boy wandering alone on the 1200 block of south 56th at 7:00 this morning. they took the child to a neighborhood day care and went to work. she was unable to tell her his name or where he lived. >> he did not have any shoes on
just socks. they were wet and we put new socks on and he had on a hoody and long pants. >> the case was turned over to the special victims unit and the child was handed over to the department of human services and police said it was not wrong before they got a report of a missing child from the uncle. the woman said she went to work leaving her son in the care of thecle. the child wandered out when the uncle was distracted. but it will be up to the d.a. to decide if anyone would be prosecuted. >> how did he get out? thinking of my own children and how unsafe the world is. anything could have happened to the child. >> tonight captain john darby says that these incidents are
very common but are not public like this, the investigation into this wandering child continues at this hour. i'm vernon odom, channel 6 "action news." >> a bit a happy ending at least. thank you. philadelphia police released new video of a shooting hoping it will help them make an arrest. this was the scene tuesday morning outside of the sugar and spice grocery store on frankford avenue near fullcroft street. the man that opened fire had gotten out a silver car and a man shot walked a couple of blocks to the hospital. a report a student with a gun caused a lock down at a philadelphia high school earlier today. chopper 6 hd was overhead as police arrived at thomas edison high school and they searched for an hour but never found a weapon. the officers gave the all clear shortly after noon. a water main break caused a
mess in the port richmond section of philadelphia. it shows water throwing down caster avenue, crews from the philadelphia water department are on the scene trying to fix the main, they say it's an 8 to 12 inch pipe that has broeken ad they rerouted traffic in that area. people on a west oak street are back in their home after being evacuated in the middle of the night. someone called in a gas leak on 21st street. pge was called in to repair the broken main and they evacuated everyone until they could repair the main. >> it turns out yoga is good for more than just flexibility. and good for your heart. monica malpass is live in the newsroom with details on this yoga story. >> reporter: it is american heart month with heart at the
top of the mind, a few yoga poses ada could do a lot for relieving stress. ali gorman will show you the exact poses to relieve tension and lowering your blood pressure. and a big announcement from the philadelphia archdiocese with the future of schools in the metro area. brian we'll see you at 5:00. >> thank you. the coast guard has released new video of a rescue off the coast of barnegat light. the crew lowered a basket to pick up a fisherman. he was taken for treatment of his hand in atlantic city. a philadelphia rabber brought a cautionary tail to students today. meek mills talked to the senior class and talked about his own troubles growing up in strawberry mansion, the 28 is
due to be sentenced tomorrow for violating his probation from a drug conviction in '08. still ahead on thursday afternoon a robber meets his match why this employee already called a hero is being praised for fighting off an armed criminal. >> and a school yard threat is the latest fashion trend. you can now add a pair of wedgy fit jeans to your closet. we'll talk about the unusual cut in big talkers. >> all right. meteorologist, adam joseph, become with the full accuweather forecast.
register, the employee pointed the gun and tackled him to the ground. the employee happens to be an iraq war veteran putting the moves on him here before the robber manages to run away. police are still looking for the suspect. police are connecting a real life bonnie and clyde, they were already suspected for a series of robberies and abductions in georgiath alabama and they believe they stole guns from a home in missouri a few days before the first kidnapping. none of the victims are harmed and the police believe the couple is stealing vehicles to stay on the run. >> big talkers now and if you are single and a strap hanger, septa is sort of playing cupid happening at the station is date while you wait. instead of idling around while
you wait for your train. it creates pop-up events with strangers sharing a platform. they set up flowers and a vase and a game of connect four. this is the first of a few schedules events in our area happening at 6:00 tonight, if you meet your sweetie this way today. tweet us we want to know about it. and happy valentine's day. love this. there are family photos and then there is the dad behind the ultimate picks of his three little girls they are etherial and amazing and you might think their photo travels take them on adventures, but he snaps all of these pictures in their attic in switzerland. he has these credit edge ideas but doesn't have the budget to rent a studio or models, so he creates these fantastic scenes
with his inhouse crew and his wife and three gorgeous kids and whatever props they have around the house and the magic of photo shop. he shows us the before and afters like the champagne pop and used posing and 3-d almosts making it look like his daughter is pushed out with the cork and how cute is this, two little peanuts, they tackle a new project avenue week when is he not busy being the it director. he calls himself a photo haahol and wedgies nobody would choose one let alone pay for one. apparently it's a thing, a look. a new feature in a new project.
levis wedgy fit jeans, they highlight your assets, it's in the pitch. it seems women choosing mom jeans with the higher wastes complain their tushes look flat, ta-da, here is your fix. levis says they are not uncomfortable and if you need proof ever being there is kylie jenner there in her wedgy fit jeans. >> the other option is if you go to the hallways of the high schools i think they are still giving them out for free. i haven't been there in a while. >> i like how we took the graphic down and you can fully see the situation. >> people are paying for them. lets get a check of the roads right now. lets move on to traffic matt pellman with the update. >> as always we are stuck in
traffic by bridge street. you might say it's in its genes to give us delays. from allegheny to the work zone at cotman avenue. and a water main break closing frankford at sledgely, and caster is a possible alternate. and a house fire in hunting park closing down 9th. and by st. joe's extra slow going at city avenue because of 54st street. the traffic lights are on the fritz and farther down the township line drexel avenue a seen in haverford township. and a crash along cedar road at jenkintown road and a fire location at green wood avenue. you want to avoid that. in cheltenham, it's shut down because of a fire location along hunting pike along the dunkin' donuts has cleared and a new one in wrightstown township at
durham road at pine lane and our crash in wilmington at 95 southbound at mlk has cleared but sluggish. and a downed pole closing down newport road by the sheraton. we'll check it again at 5:00. a legal battle could be brewing in california over a $63 million lottery jackpot. the man filed the lawsuit saying he is the winner of that prize. he took it to the store and got a letter congratulating him. meanwhile the deadline to claim the $63 million prize is now just hours away.
paul was in florida all last week how was that? >> wonderful. >> we have snow coming in tonight, it's a very small amount but bad timing for the morning rush. as we look at double scan live radar we see showers in southern parts of delaware and southern new jersey and they intensify and become all rain. pockets of rain between elmer and glass bro and millville and cape may county but overall wet roadways in this location to the northern and west. 50 now in philadelphia, 46 in millville and 46 in dover and these numbers are warm over the
last week, the pavement surfaces thankfully are not cold going into this particular system. low pressure is developing right off the southern part of the outer banks of carolinas and goes out to sea and we get scraped by the precipitation, future tracker 6 shows the timing at 10:00 it picks up in philadelphia and wilmington in the form of light rain showers and heavier pockets along the shore but at 10:00 temperatures are in the mid-40s. we have to wait until 4:00, 5:00, 6:00 in the morning for cooler air to pull in and even at 6:30 in the morning temperatures are above freezing at the ground where the snow is falling but with some wind there will be reduced visibility but at 10:00 the sunshine quickly returns in the middle part of the morning and maybe not even a flake will call in the lehigh valley where you are far from the coast at storm.
use caution tomorrow morning there could be reduced visibility and gusty winds. main roads look to be wet given how warm it has been. the secondary roads could turn slushy at times and the accumulation is on the cars and trees and houses and grassy surfaces, everywhere north and west of philadelphia central bucks county and philadelphia, wilmington and dover and much of the viewing area 1 to 3 inches of that wet snow and the bull's-eye zone is near hammonton chads work and long beach island we owe could pick up minimum of 3 inches of snow. the exclusive accuweather forecast the morning snow philadelphia to the south and east gives way to afternoon sun and a lot of melting going on and full sun tomorrow afternoon. beautiful weekend upper 40s on saturday and sun and clouds and
low to mid-50s on sunday for your super bowl get togethers and monday it turns chillier 42 degrees, it looks like the coastal system tries to scrape us here it's too early to tell the exact placement and 40 with the snow and no true cold air for february in the rest of the seven-day forecast guys. >> thank you. what is the deal? is coming up next we'll show you prepared meals from the store that is worth the price and will not kill your diet and tune in tonight on abc prime time for the conclusion of the critically acclaimed movie, "madoff" the biggest financial crime in american history. it starts here on 6 abc and followed by "action news" at 11:00.
prepared foods may seem relatively healthy but consumer reports analyzed popular dishes and found some surprises, people looking to save time making dinner supermarkets turned prepared foods into a $39 billion a year business. >> they are not required to have nutrition labels so you may be getting more fat, and calories than you think. >> have them analyzed for fat, saturated fat and calories. they found lots of sodium. this turkey meatloaf had 670 grams of sodium. that is the same as a cup of
potato chips. and this cup of or zoe soup in 600 grams of sodium and this 6 ounce of tilapia had 9 grams of fat and this chicken parmesan has added sugar and these mashed potatoes are made with a preserpr preservati preservative. and it turns out that many supermarkets don't actually make all of their prepared foods. >> according to the clerks quizzed by our secret shoppers, we estimated half was prepared on site. >> and you pay a price for the convenience and they cost twice the price of making them at home. one great deal is rotisserie chicken it's far cheaper to buy it at the supermarket than making it yourself. >> they were happiest with the prepared food at wegmans, costco
and whole foods market. i'm nydia han, channel 6 "action news." finally at 4:00 students in delaware county are learning about life abroad. kids at wayne elementary school learned about clog dancing and gave the traditional dance a try for themselves. today's event is part of a district wide celebration of culture and diversity. >> good thing they didn't have to wear the actual clog. not that comfortable. that will do it for "action news" at 4:00. i'm brian taff we hope you'll join me along with sharrie adam and ducis rogers for a full hour of "action news" at 10:00 on phl 17 now here rick williams and monica malpass. >> coming up on "action news" at 5:00, after a string of attacks on the schuylkill river trail, four teenagers are in custody
"action news" delaware valley's leading news program. with jaime apody, meteorologist, cecily tynan, rick williams and monica malpass. looking live outside it's a quiet afternoon weather wise but that is all about to change come tomorrow morning. chopper 6 hd found brining trucks out on the schuylkill expressway crews are hard at work preparing for wintry weather headed our way. thursday afternoon and the big story is the wet snow that could snarl the morning commute in parts of the delaware valley tomorrow. >> the winter weather advisory goes into effect at midnight tonight. cecily tynan is keeping an eye on the stormtracker 6 live double scan. >> hi this is the same system that the same time yesterday brought us the soaking rain, the
frontal boundary stalled off the eastern seaboard and what is happening low pressure is forming right along it off the coast of the carolinas and this low pressure like many of the storms this winter is tracking more westerly and that is what pulls the moisture inland and at the same time the temperatures are a limiting factor you are thinking what? it's 50 degrees in philadelphia, that is why it's all rain off the coast but up north temperatures are in the 30s. that low pressure will pull down the wins from the north and that will produce colder air and that will change the rain over to snow in the overnight hours. the winter weather advisory goes into effect at 10:00 tomorrow morning, this is a quick hitting event, this is for most of our viewing area for lancaster, berks or the poconos. this is off the coast and a sharp western edge to the precipitation. really we are getting brushed with the syste