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you want to use to describe your forecast. for dangerous heat this afternoon. this is for our entire area. we're looking at philadelphia, the pennsylvania suburbs, new jersey and delaware. no one going to escape the heat. it lasts through your sunday. you can see on the bottom of your screen, our neighborhood seven-day forecast. everywhere temperatures around the 90s. feels like 100 toe 110 degrees. here's a look at what it feels like right now. 95 philadelphia. look at vineland. feel like 101 at 9:00 a.m. 98 for dover and wilmington at 95. when your feel-like temperatures are around triple digits at 9:00 a.m., your afternoon will be unbearable and dangerous. staying hydrated and staying inside, key for you. if you have plans later today, i would suggest you try to alter them. we talk more about the feel-like
temperatures for fiphiladelphia and the surrounding areas. the details on your sunday all coming up in a few minutes. krystal, thank you. for most of us the heat is here. monique braxton is live outside along kelly drive. monique, 9:00 a.m. but already steamy out there. >> reporter: it is. i don't think i've seen my hair this curly in a long time, george. nonetheless, the 35th annual bayada regatta is on. they're running races every 15 minutes now. take a look along the waterfront. that's what's happening if you are outrunning or jogging along kelly drive. this is the nation's oldest and largest all-adaptive rowing competition for athletes with disabilities. it's also the hottest morning in the regatta's history according to organizers. so extra precautions are being taken. truck loads of ice along with water are being brought in to
make sure the participants stay hydrated. we also saw buses on stand by to take them to a cooler area if they need it. >> we have doctors here and we have people just watching. since it's bayada, we have a lot of nurses too, to watch out for them. >> is it more difficult being disabled and being in the heat? >> yes. because some of them don't have the ability to regulate their temperature as well as able bodied people. >> looking live now, the ambulances are on stand by along with the philadelphia marine unit along the schuylkill. just to make sure the 500 athletes and volunteers are safe today in the heat. so the next half hour, we did talk to the chief of the schuylkill navy and she tells us what she's doing to make sure they stay safe today on the water.
>> monique braxton, nbc 10 news. >> there is a number to call. if you live in philadelphia and have a heat emergency. that number is 215-765-9040. trained staff will be available to callers to talk about precautions to take against the heat and about related medical problems. we do have that number and the numbers for other counties in our area on the nbc 10 app. michael phelps has his final shot at a gold medal today at the rio olympics. phelps came up short last night in the final of the 100-meter butterfly. he was looking for a fifth gold medal of these games. it just wasn't meant to be. phelps rallied, though, from sixth overall to finish in a three-way tie for silver. the final shot at gold. the 4x100 medley relay today. he says it will be the last swim of his year. the other member of the
maryland double feature continues to shine. katie ledecky shattered her own world record in the 800-meter freestyle. she powered away from the west of the field to grab her fourth goal these games. south jersey's english gardner, today's events of the semifinals of the 100-meter dash. this is gardner's first olympics. she's a native of voorhees and track club runner. she's on the track for the semis tonight. you can watch that in primetime. the finals will just be about an hour later. the winner of that race is widely considered the world's fastest woman. american goalkeeper hope solo is not handling her team's stunning loss to sweden very well. following the defeat she called the swedes a bunch of cowards. solo was apparently angered by their defensive style. they bet the u.s. in a penalty kick shootout.
this is the very earliest that the united states has been eliminated from the olympics since women's soccer became a sport. team member scarily llo -- had this to say about the loss. she tweeted, "this one hurts. i am proud to be part of this team. i am not stopping and will be more motivated in 2019 and 2020. back to work soon enough." still ahead, the making of michael phelps. meet a local woman who crossed paths with phelps at 8 years old and see the part she played in his remarkable swimming career. this morning, a community in shock and in prayer. family, friends and neighbors gathered last night at the spot in germantown where a 6-year-old boy was shot. it was the second time this week that a 6-year-old became the
victim of gun violence in philadelphia. on wednesday night a chile in hunting park was hit by gunfire. police are now searching for answers in both crimes. mahaj brown remains in critical condition. he was shot ten times t happened seconds after getting in the car with his godfather who was also wounded and two other people. homes are riddled with bullets. the other child is recovering. they say it's part of an apparent turf battle with at least one assault rifle used. >> and he's fighting. but everything he has in his cowell to alive. you just can't keep walking around shooting innocent people. numerous people have got shot that has nothing do with this. >> no one has come forward with information on the shoogs and police are offering a reward, up to $10,000 in each case.
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cain around his wife paid -- donald trump says an ongoing audit presents him from releasing his tax returns. and speaking of trump, he's making his own push for pennsylvania. at a rally in altoona last night. trump said there is only one way that hillary clinton can win the state in november. only way we can lose in my opinion, i really mean this, pennsylvania, is if cheating goes on. >> trump added that he plans to watch what he called parts of pennsylvania closely on election
day. the latest nbc news poll shows trump trailing clinton by double digits in the keystone state. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. this morning, not the morning i'm going to suggest a quick morning jog. while temperatures are mostly in the 830s. feeling like 90s already. your seven-day forecast at the bottom of the screen. we have several days of high heat. still ahead of us. we're at 85 philadelphia. 83 in delaware. 84 the lehigh valley. over along the jersey shore, already up to 87 degrees. these temperatures on the toasty side here. i am looking at temperatures moving into about the mid, upper 90s by your afternoon. so not going to increase a ton. but with high humidity, it's going to feel sticky out there. here's some of your philadelphia neighborhoods. 87 in rittenhouse. brewery town as well. chestnut hill the same. a temperature right now in 87 at
fox chase. a lot of the upper 80s already. just in the last couple of hours. weather stories for today. heat waves continue. just can't break out of the 90s. we've seen three days in a row making it the official heat wave. look at in. 98 today. feeling like 110 in your afternoon. 97 sunday. feeling at 106. and even starting your next workweek. 92 monday, feeling like 96 degrees. so your first alert will be in effect through your sunday. then we talk chance of thunderstorms in the forecast. on your hour by hour. today doesn't look great. we roll into the afternoon. maybe an isolated stray light shower moving by. the possibility of stronger thunderstorms could pop up around allentown. areas to the northwest of philadelphia. those were 8:00 p.m. not a lot on the future radar. the possibility is there for isolated storms to develop. then we go through the night into your sunday. clear start for your sunday morning as we move along,
though, you see that by 7:00 p.m. thunderstorms do start to develop again out to the west. could start to affect delaware, as we move late sunday and bo into the evening as well. possibility of thunderstorms by your sunday late day. on your ten-day on 10, lot of changes here. for the next two days, temperatures feeling very hot. 100s. 110 degrees. for feel-like temperatures. upper 90s for your saturday, sunday. like we mentioned, spotty thunderstorms possible. even into philadelphia by sunday. that continues, monday, tuesday, wednesday and even into thursday as well. temperatures finally take that break in the 90s and we sit upper 80s for your friday. then we'll see your next weekend, here, your saturday, your sunday, upper to mid 80s. a little more sunshine in the forecast and at this point, next weekend looking a little drier as well. all right. as krystal is saying, probably not a good idea to spend long
stretches of time outside. if you're going to could do it, the delaware beaches are not a bad place to n. it was hot along rehoboth. the water temperature is above average. plenty of families were cooling off at jungle jim's water park. businesses say the extreme heat can turn beach-goers into shoppers on days like we're seeing. but the manager at a popular ice cream store says her sales actually go down a bit. >> quite a few people are coming up, not as much as a normal day because it is so hot. the ice cream melts really fast. >> up and down delaware, some events were actually canceled. others were postponed because of the extreme temperatures and the humidity. for thousands of south jersey kids, summer can mean growing -- going hungry. one organization is trying to change that one meal at a time.
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thousands of kids in south jersey do not know where their next meal is coming from. when school is out, they miss out on the free lunches in the cafeteria. nbc 10's matt delucia shows us how these kids are getting lunch thanks to some good-hearted volunteers. >> i love bologna. kids attending summer camp in camden get lunch every day. how it gets there is the real story. >> we all need food in order to live our lives. kids need not only to live their lives but to have productive lives. >> the food bank of south jersey saw a big problem. students getting free lunch in schools had nowhere to turn during summer break. >> we're working on a solution. we got to get kids fed this summer. >> hungry for change, volunteers stepped up. >> i'm a mom. i think in this country of ours, no family should worry about having their kids go hungry.
makes me feel really terrific every time i do it. >> last month, he will ep patterson and her legal team from td pabank pitched in. throughout the summer, 1500 volunteers will make 200,000 lunches for 3500 kids. last year, it was only half that. >> without this, where would you be? what would they do? >> they would just be wandering on their own trying to figure out how they're going to feed themselves. >> the parents really count on our programs being able to take care of their children and feed them. >> whether by donations or service, it's about making a difference one tray at a time. >> we said, we can solve this problem. >> that was nbc 10's matt delucia. more than 60,000 kids in south jersey are eligible to get these lunches. but there rpt enough resources. the food bank can only reach
3500 this summer. they want to be able to double that number again for next year. a burglar in berks county made an after-hours trip to a spring township drive-through. but not for a combo. look at the photographs. you can see he squeezes through the tiny drive-through window at this mcdonald's restaurant on meridian boulevard. he stole a bank bag that had been filled with cash. one of the menefee toured in the netflix documentary, "making a murderer" is set to be freed after a judge overturned his conviction. he confessed to helping his uncle rape and murder a girl in 2005 at an auto salvage yard. he was 16 years old at the time. the attorneys argued his confession was coerced. the judge ruled that the investigators made repeated false promises to him assuring him he had nothing to worry about. inspectors in tennessee are
blaming loose rivets for an accidents at a counties fair. the inspector said rivets on the basket carrying the girls came loose causing the bottom of the plate of the basket to suddenly drop out. the girls fell about 40 feet to the ground. of course, that ferris wheel is now closed. it is now the law in pennsylvania that child car seats must face backwards until kids reach the age of 2. that law took effect yesterday. drivers who don't comply will get a warning for now. but beginning next year, violators could face $125 fines. a similar law is already on the books in new jersey. but not in delaware. going for the gold. the road to rio is paved, of course, with hard work and dedication. we hear from a woman in our area who played a role in michael
dangerously hot weekend. the heat and humidity hit you as soon as you step outside. fighting for a new trial. jerry sandusky takes the stand for the first time. and the u.s. women's saber fencing team goes for gold. a majority of that team is from new jersey. we'll talk to them just ahead. good morning. welcome back to nbc 10 news. i'm george spencer. it's now 9:30 on this saturday morning. let's get a check of our weekend weather with meteorologist krystal klei. krystal, definitely getting hot out there. >> the first alert, we've been under it for the heat. you felt it outside. i was out with storm ranger and sticky hot conditions. if you can be in shade or better yet air conditioning, even better. this is a look at the stadium in wilmington. it looks nice but on the
neighborhood forecast, feel like temperatures around 110, same for the suburbs in the lehigh valley. could be isolated showers and thunderstorms pop up in the afternoon there. look the berlin. 96 in new jersey and long pour at 91. the shore little lower temperatures but around triple digits. into delaware, wilmington at 96 but a feel-like up to 106. i wobt be surprised if that bumps up. we're talking temperatures that are feeling like they're close to 100 to 110. on top of that, the possibility of some showers and thunderstorms. more closely at where the best potential for that. if you're going to the phillies game, i have that forecast coming up. >> all right, krystal. the extreme heat and humidity can prove dangerous. right now a live look outside. pretty empty. cape may beach right now. it is already hot. it is steamy out there. and it is only 9:30 in the
morning. nbc 10's monique braxton is live in philadelphia along kelly drive where the heat and the humidity have taken over. monique, how are you doing out there? >> reporter: well, it's taken over my hair also, george. for the past hour, we've been watching the 35th annual ba yadda regatta. on this olympic weekend, about 500 athletes as well as volunteers are participating in what's being called as the nation's oldest and largest all-adaptive rowing competition for athletes who have disabilities. the organizer told us this hot morning will go down in the history books for the regatta. we watched as truck loads of ice and water were being brought in. >> for the safety of all the athletes, we have doubled up our ice water and gatorade order. we have misting fans out on the docks for the athletes to cool
down. we have plenty of medical backup in case anyone begins to get into stress. >> we have seen a few ambulances stop by. we're being told if anyone gets in distress, they'll be loaded into an ambulance and taken where they have a cooling center. >> also, the philadelphia marine unit is joining the coast guard. this race last through 4:00 this afternoon. the starting point is hunting park avenue. the closing point st. joe's boathouse. monique braxton, nbc 10 news. the philadelphia corporation for the aging has activated the heat line. you can call 215-765-9040 to talk to trained staff to beat the heat. the nurses will be able to speak about medical problems related to the rising temperatures. >> we have that number and the number for other counties in our area on the nbc 10 app.
today the women's saber fencing team goes for gold in rio. three of the team's four members are from new jersey. the women won their quarterfinals against poland this morning. in about an hour, they will take on russia to move into the finals. nbc 10's jacqueline london has more. >> reporter: team usa for women's fencing in rio ready for competition and their time in the spotlight. stopping by the "today" show set to talk to matt and hoda. for the fencers, many from new jersey, they're ready to fight. >> a shout out to new jersey. we don't have olympians, we have one other one in the past. it's exciting to be one of the two. >> i have to shout out to new jersey. it has been a phenomenal experience being on olympian and representing an amazing town. thanks for all the love, i appreciate it. >> the first for the olympic
games. it's it's hab muhammad. >> there were limitations because i was a girl i was told. because i was muslim or african-american. i want to be that source of inspiration for other minorities who have ever been told there are things they can't do. it's just as important as getting a medal. >> i change my hair color often. i just wanted to do something bold and show people that i'm not afraid to do it and hopefully inspiring other kids again. doesn't have to be changing your hair color. but you know, being who you are and not being afraid to stand out. >> standing on a podium is the ultimate goal. jacqueline london reporting there. michael phelps has the chance to win his 23rd gold medal tonight. as it happens, a delaware
physical therapist will be keeping a close eye on his performance. julia gorman helped coach phelps as a young boy. more recently, she worked with athletes at the olympic trials am she's herself an accomplished women swimmer from baltimore. her clinic treats sport and spinal injuries. one look at the walls there and you will get an entire lesson on olympic swimming history. she says both phelps and katie ledecky are inspirations. >> katie ledecky is a one in a million athlete and person all around. >> i sit there and watch. it's almost like art. you see the skill and everything. but it's beautiful to watch. >> gorman will, no doubt, be watching phelps again tonight when he has that final shot at the gold in the 4x100 medley relay. from wilmington's della done to joe koufax, we're profiling
athletes who you want to watch for in week two of the olympics. watch our going for the gold segment only on nbc 10. the soldier you see here will spend the rest of his life in prison for the killing of a lehigh valley mother of his -- the mother of his teenage girlfriend. yesterday army specialist caleb barnes was sentenced -- he killed her while her daughter watched. that happened in the driveway of the home in upper township. evidence showed barnes killed sla van i can because she disapproved of his relationship with her daughter. she pleaded guilty. she's serving for helping in the murder. barnes will be formally sentenced next month. jerry sandusky's words are now hon. the record after he took to the stand at an appeals hearing to try to overturn his child sex abuse conviction. the former penn state assistant
football coach testified yesterday near state college. sandusky told the court he never molested boys and that he wasn't properly represented at his trial back in 2012. a jury convicted sandusky of molesting ten boys. the judge sentenced him to decades in prison. but if this appeal is successful, the judge could order a new trial or potentially dismiss the charges altogether. the hearing will resume on august 22nd. a community comes together to support a delaware county cop who was shot in the line of duty. next, what they're doing to help a police officer on his road to recovery. ♪ we buy any car dot com ♪ ♪ we buy any car dot com ♪ ♪ any any any any ♪ did you know trading in your car at a dealer could cost you money? a recent study found consumers who trade in their car pay an average of $990 dollars more. so don't trade in... sell it.... to we buy any car.
temperatures in the 90s. starting with wednesday, 93. by the way, feel-like temperatures are already above that this morning. then we saw bumping up to yesterday. 97. today at 98. now the record for today is 99 degrees. so we're going to be very close to record heat this saturday. look at the feel-like temperature. 110 this afternoon. this is why we're saying dangerous heat. we're not trying to make it sound scarier than it is. it is going to be feel very, very hot outside. enough that it can be dangerous to your body if you're not appropriate, drinking the right amount of water, staying in the shade. in the peak sun afternoon hours, if you can be in air conditioning, that's the better option. 97 on your sunday. still feeling very hot. 106. then that heat wave continues with 90s monday, tuesday. we'll see a dip to the lower 90s and good news there. we'll see the humidity drop a tad. it will still be humid, not as bad as this weekend.
just to put in perspective, the normal is 86 degrees. so we're talking heat. the possibility of some showers and thunderstorms. now, the potential for severe thunderstorms, the hail, high wind gusts, lightning and thunder moving through. not looking likely for most of our viewing area. new jersey, delaware, not enough threat. as you move farther north of philadelphia and west, that's where we could see stronger pop-up storms. we're not talking all day but in the afternoon, evening hours a possibility. that will include some parts of lehigh valley as well as into parts of the suburbs as we move through the later part of the day. this is a live look from citizens bank park. don't be fooled. if you're going to the phillies game versus rockies for alumni night, temperatures will be very hot. signing starts before the game. make sure you plan accordingly. shorts, t-shirts the best option. 94 for a pick. hotter than that due to the humidity. 90 by the fifth inning and end
of game in the upper 80s. hot and humid the focus of that forecast. here's the shore forecast for you. we're looking at 91 for your saturday. 90 on sunday. the shore a little better off temperaturewise. wildwood at 88 saturday. low 90s sunday. but we could see a thunderstorm pop up by your sunday afternoon early evening. same for cape may. saturday at 94. sunday all the way to the mid-90s. and looking at that mix of clouds and sun. we're going to be continuing with that heat as we move through the next several days. all right. krystal, thanks. as krystal has been saying, if you plan to work outside this weekend, you want to do it in the morning hours when temperatures might not be quite as high. even at this time of day, it will be hot and steamy as these two guys found out. they were breaking a sweat at the playground in hunting park. another name is added to the phillies wall of fame. this time the honor goes to a player who wasn't a philly for
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police in south jersey are looking for burglars targeting liquor stores in smash and grabs. they're investigating at least 15 break-ins in 11 towns. nbc 10's south jersey bureau reporter cydney long shows us how they're pulling off the crimes. >> with a brick or cinder block, they smash the glass and go in.
they jump the counter and go for the cash. >> they're in here for a short time and out the door. >> "the skinny" jeans crooks cleaned out the register and grabbed 2 grand all in under a minute. >> necessity used the brick from the back alleyway or wherever they may be. a big one. wound up like a softball player would and literally threw it at the front door. >> the team of thieves have robbed as many as 15 liquor stores since may 20th, striking five times near midnight on july 4th alone. last night in haddon township, an alarm scared them off. >> they're looking for quick cash. they didn't take any product. they hit four other liquor stores the same night from the stories i've heard. >> this is video police want you too see with their faces covered. they robbed a store on route 73. the surveillance video clearly shows one of the suspects' faces. he's out 900 bucks. the group hit scores july 21st
with $300,000 in inventory. he worries about his livelihood. if they don't find any money or something, maybe they can smash the whole bottle. you never know. they're crazy. we want them caught. >> not only because they came after our liquor store but everybody else works hard. we're all part of one industry. >> all the agencies involved have gotten together and we're working together to get them off the street. >> reporter: we counted. at least three of the robberies, they chose it hit liquor stores within one minute of a police department. the green sign, that's a police station. i'm cydney long, nbc 10 news. a big show of support for police officer christopher dorman. you may remember the back story. dozens of people attended a benefit for the officer last night. he was shot seven times during a drug investigation in june.
the 25-year-old officer joined the force part-time last summer. he says he was happy with the turnout at the fundraiser. >> i thought it's been a great show of support from law enforcement and the community. >> dorman says he is ready to get back to work. but there is no official word just yet when that will happen. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> let's take a look at the ten-day on 10. if you're planning out the next week for yourself, here's what we're expecting. today, tomorrow, your weekend, most important, of course, unfortunately, very hot and steamy. the first alert in effect for both days. feeling like 110 on your saturday. actually at 98. then sunday at 97. feeling like 106. could see a pop-up thunderstorm moving into the afternoon as well. by your sunday, actually that continues. your monday, your tuesday and your wednesday where we start to see temperatures drop off to the upper 80s even into thursday.
this is going to be an active situation where we're tracking the potential for thunderstorms. it won't be april complete washout for several days straight. instead, it's the possibility of some of those showers popping up over the beginning of your next workweek. with that, humidity will be up as well through thursday. friday in the upper 80s. we see clouds. as we move into your next weekend, things are looking better. we're talking the upper 80s for your saturday and sunday. at this point, for next weekend, not expecting to track showers until the next monday on that ten-day forecast. this is sports desk. brought to you by xfinity. the phillies open their series with the rockies with a win last night. before the game, they sent down cody ash ee to aaa. he's batting .213. this guy comes off the dl and
delivers. the double scores a run. the big story, bases loaded. ryan power. look at that. he knows it's gone. 14th career grand slam. most in phillies history. there's the guy who ryan replaced. jim thome loving it. the big piece, a big night. three hits, five rbis. he's hitting .333 since july 1st. >> to be able to do it in that situation on a night like tonight, i mean, it was pretty cool. trying to take it as it comes. not trying to put too much thought into anything. trying to keep it simple. >> back to jim thome, he was inducted into the phillies wall of fame. he was only here 2 1/2 years. here's bobby abreu. he helped to bring the phillies into their best era. >> baseball has given me so much. but what i treasure most are the friends that i've made in this game. many of them are from my time here in philadelphia. i'm always happy to come back to
this incredible city and i will continue to do it as long as i'm alive. thank you. >> a-rod playing his last game last night. the baseball gods raining on his parade. really didn't have clear skies last few years of his career. a-rod got a hit in his first at-bat. he went 1 for 4. he will be released today and become a special assistant for the yankees. you may not have seen the last of him. i'm john clark. enjoy your weekend. nbc 10s olympic medical count locally sponsored by independence blue cross. live fearless. where things come from?
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nbc 10 continues our commitment to clear the shelters and find homes for adoptable pets. time to meet alicia. she's looking for a new family member. amy is with us here again. this girl about two weeks in the shelter, she's so sweet, though. >> she's a fantastic little girl. she's a beatle mix we think. she has that adorable beatle howl. it's really cute. she loves to play fetch and belly rubs and she did great in the car. she gets along pretty good with other dogs and will fit with any household. >> popular pet. >> very sweet. you have an event going on today. tell us about that. >> it's our biggest annual fundraiser. called the duck dash. it's happening at vogue pool in tacony mayfair. it's super hot.
so come to the pool >> it's the perfect day. there's going to be raffle baskets. there was a chance to enter to win money. but we sold out all the entries, which is great. we have a ton of support. we're really excited about that. yeah, we encourage people to come by. >> it's great. >> amy, thank you so much. if you'd like more information about this animal or any other, you can call the animal care and control team at 267-385-3800. you can check out acct philly dorg. before we go, we want a final check of weather with krystal klei. it's hot. >> very hot already this morning. one area of relief kind of will be the shore. there's your weekend forecast. we're looking at low 90s. avalon today. mostly sun and mix of clouds. remember, feel-like temperatures much higher than the numbers you're seeing on the board. here in philadelphia feel-like temperatures about 110 by this
afternoon. up to 110. feels like. wow. >> thanks very much krystal. that's all for today. i'm george spencer. for all of us here at nbc 10 news, we thank you very much for joining us. have a great saturday. his mom taught him how to throw shot put. now he's a favorite to win gold. a reigning wnba mvp who nearly
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still ahead in the word record, she's going to break it! >> ledecky is on her way to history at these rio games. good morning, what a spectacular 72 degree saturday has dawned here in rio as the 2016 olympic games hit their halfway mark after today. and they hit a high point as likely the final time michael phelps and usain bolt compete on the same day. phelps wins in the 4 x 100 medley relay. during our day time coverage, olympic stadium as bolt begins his quest for a third straight goldn