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dangerous, and now deadly heat. at least two people have died this weekend from the hot weather, and another round of heat and humidity ahead. one last goal. michael phelps, ends his olympic swimming career on top. plus, open for business. a new liquor law takes effect today, allowing more stores in pennsylvania to sell booze on sundays. good morning, everyone. welcome to nbc 10 news. i'm ted greenberg. it is 7:00 a.m. thank you for being with us and yes, another hot and steamy morning with dangerous heat. more on the way. meteorologist krystal klei is here with the first alert forecast. good morning. >> good morning. we've been under the first alert
for several days already, but for good reason. the feel like temperatures going well above 100 in the afternoon. we saw it yesterday. we'll see it again today. this is a live look outside women ming ton delaware, it looks nice. we've got the blue skies over head, but the morning temperatures will quickly bump right back into the 90s, and it will feel like triple digits very easily by your lunch hour. here is your feel like temperatures currently. we can get to triple digits, and also 92, and it is 7:00 a.m. that's the feel like in philadelphia. 90 in mount holly, 94 dover. coatsville into the lower 80s, and then 91 for the feels like temperature in atlantic city. yesterday, atlantic city set a new record at the airport for heat. that temperature at 97 degrees. the record that was set. looking at your radar and satellite. what we see currently is any
clouds, activity sits to the west of us. we'll remain clear through delaware, new jersey and as we move into parts of pennsylvania. that might change as we move later into the day, though. like yesterday, thicker cloud cover range north and west, but clipping our zone, possibly some thunderstorms popping up as well. that potential will be an on/off situation for several more days straight. we'll take a closer look at the possibilities, and more on the planner for the rest of your sunday in just a while. this morning, we have team coverage which has turned deadly. monique braxton is live in center city, monique. >> reporter: hey, ted, i think people are heeding the warning. usually this area is jam-packed with people working out. that's not the case today. as we've learned two women have passed away due to heat related issues. now, we've also learned from the
philadelphia health department that those women are 67 and 82, both had contributing factors. so far this year, six people have died because of the heat. we stopped by philadelphia's corporation for aging or pca yesterday. social workers were there sharing tips with hopes of preventing further fatalities. >> that's the problem we're having now. the nighttime temperature aren't going down too much. if you're isolated or homebound, you can't get out, you have to do something to get yourself in air-conditioning environment. >> pca also tell us more people die from heat related issues than earthquakes, tornados and floods, combined. now, the pca heat health line will be opening again this morning at about 8:30. live for now from the steps of the art museum, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. >> monique, thank you. if you have a heat emergency, here is the number to call if you're in philadelphia,
215-765-9040. trained staff will talk to callers about precautions against the heath and related medical problems. we have that number and the numbers for other counties in the region on the nbc 10 app. count on the app to keep you in the know during this dangerous heat, by downloading it you can get specific weather alerts for your neighborhood. day nine of the olympics is dawning, as we take a live look at rio. the united states is building a mountain of gold, crushing china, great britain and japan in the medal count. the most decorated is calling it quits, by hanging another gold around his neck. swimmer, michael phelps, getting gold for the 23rd time in his olympic career. he led his team to victory with his butterfly portion of the men's medley relay.
phelps leaves his racing life behind at the top of his game. did he quit swimming once before after the 2012 london olympics, but returned a year later. this team, he says, that's not going to happen. the title of the world's fastest man will be up for grabs tonight, when usain bolt, american justin gatlin lineup in rio. simone biles goes for her third gold, when she come peetpetes t afternoon. don't miss a minute of the action, just tap the nbc 10 app to live stream where ever you are. the process for opening all state liquor stores in pennsylvania on sundays begins today. 94 stores that were closed on sunday also now be greeting customers. the state liquor control board plans to add sunday hours for 26 more stores next month. also, 188 stores that were selling on sundays will be expanding their hours, opening at 11:00 and closing at 7:00.
a new liquor law prompted the changes. still ahead, a shooting in mercer county leaves one man dead. we'll tell you how an off duty corrections officer was involved. plus the connection between the alleged shooter and the man killed. plus, crowds turn violent, setting a gas station on fire, after police shoot and kill an armed man. we'll tell you where it happened.
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now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> well, welcome back. let's plan out your day, no matter where you are. starting with philadelphia, 83 the temperature this morning at 7:09. we're going to be at 88 at 10:00 a.m. sunshine with a little cloud cover in the afternoon, but not expecting showers in philadelphia. similar to yesterday, it is all about the heat. so we do move into about 96 degrees, 2:00 p.m. forecast is 97 for the high. it will feel like 108. you see it until 4:00 p.m., still very high, well into the triple digits in philadelphia. the same in delaware, 82 right now. 84 at 8:00 a.m., moving into your afternoon, lunch hour, 91 degrees, already feels like it is above 100 and that continues as we move along right into the afternoon hours as well. delaware, expected to stay dry. but we go into the lehigh
valley, we're at 74. noon, 88. feeling like 96. then we go into the afternoon hours. here you see temperatures not going to pick up quite as much, low, mid 90s for highs, and that will be affected by some possible rain cooled air moving through. especially as we get later into the day. about 4:00 p.m., possibly thunderstorms. we saw it yesterday, through allentown, parts of lehigh and northampton county as well as northern montgomery and bucks county. these areas could get hit again. it is a throw possibility to develop. then in the days to come, it does go up. we'll look at when we drop out of the heat wave coming up. need another reason to hate this heat and team uhumidity. it is enough to make cockroaches fly. now bug experts say the steamy
conditions are perfect for the insects to take flight in our region, according to the experts, they sprayed their wings and take off to move to a cooler location. new this morning, crash near campus, a car wipes out the steps of a temple university frat house. that story, coming up at 7:30. plus, this crash, well, a crash caused more trouble for the rookies quarterback than originally thought. the diagnosis for carson wentz, and what fans are saying about it.
boat house row in philadelphia. already 83 degrees. not much of a cool down overnight. another day of dangerous heat. first alert meteorologist, krystal klei, is back in just a few minutes with her full forecast. new from overnight. a plea for calm in milwaukee, after a deadly police shooting. protesters set fire to at least four businesses. it started after police shoot and killed a man they said had a gun that turned out to be stolen. milwaukee police will be back out in force today. police in north carolina are trying to figure out if there was gunfire inside a raleigh mall, when shoppers say they heard shots fired. eight people went to the hospital with minor injuries, after they were hurt rushing for exits. witnesses say an argument between two men in the food cart escalated with one man firing a gun, but police did not find any gunshot victims or any shell casings. that mall will reopen today.
this morning, a muslim community in new york city is grieving the loss of two people and calling for justice. yesterday, an iman and his assistant were shot and killed while walking home from their mosque in queens. they were shot in the head by a lone gunman. the search is on for the shooter. last night, more than 100 people attended a rally. th they chanted we want justice and want this treated as a hate crime. there is no evidence the two men were targeted because of their faith. in mercer county, police are investigating the death of a corrections officer. the man killed has been identified as dominic neil. police say the corrections officer's girl frefriend had a restraining order against neil. he was off duty when he saw neil walking towards the home with one hand on his waist band, that he told them to stop, but he did
not. that's when the officer shot neil through the glass of his front door. no one else was hurt. no charges have been filed. but that investigation is ongoing. floodwaters take over parts of louisiana, leaving at least three people dead and forcing thousands from their homes. hundreds of vehicles are submerged in what is being described as unprecedented historic floods. more than 1,000 people had to be rescu rescued. in some places, 24 inches of rain fell in a 24 hour period. that rain is expected to continue through today. take a look at this video, in oregon, a firenado, high speed winds, causing it to form in the shape of a funnel.
and we're beginning with your neighborhoods right now. remember, these are the temperatur temperatures, but you have to take into account that the humidity is really high. lehigh valley, 73, and we're looking at a lot of those low, mid 70s. allentown at 74 degrees. redding through to allentown, we did see strong thunderstorms pop up yesterday afternoon. in fact, a few trees down in both locations. 71 for those temperatures, and continue through the 70s through easton. bethlehem, 73. we switch over and the delaware neighborhood, also in the upper 70s, but also 80s on the map. marshallton, 82, farther to the south, these temperatures, 79, shelton, 81 for lincoln. those temperatures will move right back into the 90s very
similar to yesterday. and yesterday was unbearable to be outside. dangerous heat, we really do mean it, it can affect your body as you're in the temperatures for long they're than 10 or 15 minutes. looking at the feels like and actual temperature for today. lunch hour, 92 the temperature, feeling already like 103 degrees. that continues here. feeling like 106, as we move into 4:00 p.m. i expect the peek feel like temperature feeling like 108, with a high of 97 in philadelphiament take a look, even 8:00 at night squeak in the evening or overnight plans, not going to be the case. the humidity isn't dropping. hour by hour, clouds, mixing mostly s mostly sunshine today. clouds creeping toward allentown, may clip the area
through 6:00 p.m. otherwise, we'll stay on the dry side of the forecast. this en we move through, chance of thunderstorms moves out of the area, 6:00 a.m. on monday. monday, as we move along, we'll see the possibility of isolated showers and thunderstorms around the region. not looking like a great potential for most of the area. better chances move in on tuesday. your forecast for today, avalon, 93 degrees. a lot of 93s on the map along the shore. margate, atlantic city, atlantic city hit a record. cloud/sun mix, but don't expect much for rain today. we'll track the temperatures through the ten-day forecast, coming up. today is the last day of music fest in bethlehem and it will be another day of dealing with the dangerous heat. last night, the performances were put on hold for a short time, due to a passing storm. before that, we found concert
goers and vendors taking their own precautions against the rising temperatures. they relied on fans and cold beverages. >> must have gone through a case of water between two of us, hydrating and eating every so often. it is miserable. >> the stages are under tents to provide shade. there is a whole day of performances on tap today. music fest wraps up with a show by the avitt brothers and a fireworks display. the city of newark is providing residents to stay cool. the pool which is usually closed on sundays will be opened today from 12:30 to 5:00. also there will be a cooling center at the george wilson center on new london road. here a live look at citizen's bank park, that's where the alumni wraps up for the former all star infielder will throw out the first pitch against colorado at 1:35.
app on your phone for weather forecasts and weather alerts, neighborhood forecasts as well. happening today, more than 1,500 athletes will compete in the triathlon. they'll contend with the heat as they swim, bike ten miles along route 40, and then run on the boardwalk before finishing at bader field. the future of the eagles takes a hit. that shot, birds carson wentz took will sideline him for most of the preseason. he suffered a hairline fracture in his ribs. nbc 10 asked philly fans if they see the problem for the eagles? >> it is unfortunate, it is a minor set back, but overall, i don't think he'll play in the beginning any way. >> i don't think it goes either way. i mean, things happen, and you know, people get hurt. >> what was my -- oh, it was,
oh, boy. oh, boy. >> we'll have more on the carson wens injury, includi wentz injury later. the rams played their first game in los angeles in 37 years. thousands of fans packed the coliseum to see them win a preseason game against the cowboys. los angeles rams moved to anaheim in 1980, and then st. louis, before returning this season. they'll play at the coliseum until a new stadium is built. thousands of women come together to pay tribute to rosie the riveter. it was held yesterday to set the guinness world record for the most people dressed as rosie in one place. they represent the american woman who worked in factories and shipyards during world war ii. they called themselves
roosevelt's secret weapon. >> it's great to give the rosies some credit. because after all, we're the ones that fought the war. we're the ones that were working with the war, because the guys were out getting shot at. >> more than 2,000 people gathered at the rosie the riveter park. 7:27 now. dangerous heat. officials say it has contributed to two deaths in philadelphia. nbc 10 monique braxton is live in center city. >> these two people had other issues that contributed to their fatalities, and usually this time of morning where i'm standing is jam-packed with people exercising or jogging. not the case today. we'll be back after the break. >> the heat on again. already feeling toasty out there this morning. we're going to talk about how high it will go and if you're heading to the philly's came later what that means.
a super hot steamy sunday as we take a live look at center city. the dangerous heat continues. >> a perfect way to end. >> a golden ending for michael phelps, winning his 23rd gold medal. plus, crash near campus, a car wipes out the steps of a temple university frat house this morning. good morning, everyone. welcome back to nbc 10 news today. i'm ted green burg. thank you for being with us. with the heat wave we've been seeing pop up thunderstorms like this one. nbc 10 viewer sent us this of
lightning. there wasn't a lot of rain, so the storm didn't provide too much relief from the heat. let's check in with first alert meteorologist, krystal klei. we didn't get a lot of relief last night at all. >> that's exactly right. not many saw the storms yesterday, which was expected, and then overnight, the temperatures, they stayed warm. in fact, a few of us sneaking into the 70s. now that the sun is up, the temperatures will be picking back up. parts of the suburbs, 70s, in delaware, the live look. all the live looks, showing across the map, blue skies, a few spot clouds, looks nice, about but the humidity is high. when you're with the humidity, it is steamy out there and feels much hotter than it truly is. as we get into the afternoon, remember that. 97, philadelphia.
but because it will be so humid, feeling like the triple digits, and that's the same across the board. will lehigh valley, along the shore, maybe a few degrees lower, but some points along the shore will be very hot. nonetheless, hot enough that you could have that heat related illness if you're not drinking enough water. let's take a look at your radar and satellite. a close look in our area, shows us we don't have a whole lot going on. in a wide view, there is still an active scene in the m midatlant midatlantic. we're going to track thunderstorms in the days to come. when the humidity drops, it is a while away. we have team coverage on the dangerous and deadly heat. nbc 10 monique braxton is live this morning in center city. monique. >> reporter: hey, ted. the prolonged heat and humidity
have contributed to the deaths of two women. we've learned their ages, 66 and 82. they did have contributing factors. here is what we can also tell you. those contributing factors or other health issues like heart disease and diabetes. six people have died this year because of heat stress. we stopped by the pca and we saw social workers answering calls and giving tips. >> people that are older sometimes their bodies aren't telling them they're not feeling well with the heat. there are certain ailments that also don't allow your body to regulate itself with the heat. or like i said, the isolated population is really dangerous because nobody is checking on those people. how do you feel. because if you're not feeling
well, it can deteriorate quickly. >> pca is urging people to keep windows and doors open when they're running a fan inside. and within one hour the heat line hours. where i'm standing, this area is jam back pack wou jam-packed with people exercising. we've seen a few people in the past 20 or 30 minutes or so, but we can tell you they're not staying out here long. five, ten minutes at most and then they disappear. it seems people are heeding the warning, listening to the weather forecast and taking precautions. live for now, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. >> hopefully you can get some water to drink. thank you so much. could you please tell on the app to keep you in the know by downloading the app, you can get weather alerts, specific to your neighborhood, plus find ways to stay cool.
now to the rio games. swimmer michael phelps ends his olympic career by adding another gold to his chest of medals. the u.s. took the number one spot last night in the men's 4x100 relay. the butterfly leg, despite flees from his teammates, he says it will be his last one. >> good way to end. you know, it was a good race. victory. probably the top three fastest butterflies i've ever swam in a relay. i couldn't be happier. this is exactly what i wanted to do to end my career. >> he came away his 23rd career gold medal. phelps finishes with 28 overall, the most decorated olympian of all time. the men's swimming came after women's gave his 1,000th
at the olympic games. it wasn't all happiness. burlington county gardener finished seventh in the 100 meter dash saturday. she blamed crowd noise for not hearing the gun. a lot to be proud about when it comes to the women's eight, the rogue team, with i trains in princeton, took home gold yesterday. plenty to look forward to in rio today. men's basketball against france and the women against china. the final round of golf, tennis medal matches and on the track, all eyes on the sprinters. american, justin gatlin is challenging jamaican. be sure to download the app. we have video of a car that crashed into the front steps of a frat house in north philadelphia. the accident happened at alpha
epsolon pi house at 3:30 this morning. we're working to find out the person's condition. witnesses told investigators the car lost a wheel just before the crash. police believe the car was involved in an earlier hit and run. this morning, a 6-year-old philadelphia boy is talking, after he was shot ten times. yesterday, we spoke with the aunt of majahj brown. they took him off a ventilator and he sat up and started talking. he was shot after getting out of a car thursday night with his godfather in germantown. the two were caught in the crossfire of a turf battle. also, firefighters were busy battling this fire at a daycare center. on the scene at mount pleasant and dire street. it is a former church. the firefighters also dealing with the extreme heat. investigators are now looking
for the cause of that fire. coming up in sports this morning, an eagles player is back at practice, but still facing a ten game suspension. hear him talk about his nightmare in the off season. plus -- >> cyclists are supposed to be following the same rules as drivers, absolutely. >> but the nbc 10 investigators found out a lot of bikers are ignoring the rules of the road. hear what philadelphia police have to say about it. is one of those robots from an other bank, td bank's new intern, bart, we're training him to bank human. uh-uh, bart? why are you winding the clock back? the clock stated 11:35 pm, but they are still working. the clock is fine. our live customer service is available all night,
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welcome back, 7:41 on sunday morning as we take a live look at the jersey shore in cape may. another day of dangerous heat. some relief at the beaches today, but krystal says the temperatures will still reach into the 90s. back with her full forecast in just a few minutes. now to d decision 2016. donald trump is not releasing his tax returns, but his running mate says he will relays his before election day. republican vice-presidential nominee, mike pence, made that decision yesterday, the day after democratic nominee hillary clinton, and tim kaine released their tax returns. trump says an audit is stopping him from releasing his returns. if he withholding them through
the election, he'll be the first major nominee in 40 years to do so. also, donald trump is threatening to take away the campaign press credentials of the norew york times. he continued his attacks last night on the paper. >> the newspaper is going to hell. when they write dishonest stories, we should be a little tough, don't we agree. >> "the new york times" headline reads, the trump's campaign failing efforts to tame his tongue. hillary clinton makes a return trip to philadelphia. she plans to speak at a voter registration event in west philadelphia high school. bikers, breaking the rules of the road. set up cameras catching bikers blowing through red lights. we talked with both bikers and philadelphia police about something you brought to our attention.
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break the rules. bikers are rarely cited for violating the law, but that doesn't mean they're not doing it. >> reporter: from the street corners of university city to northern liberty, we found bicyclists were sometimes friendly, waiving and smiling as they appear to break the rules and sometimes aggressive, blasting through an intersection, right behind police. and on corners like this, we wjts witnessed they're dangerous, nearly causing crashes. what happened? >> i didn't run a red light. >> we just saw you. >> oh, no. good. >> we wanted to ask you why you ran the red light. >> i've got to go to work. >> as she headed on her way, she made her feelings for us known. since philly has the highest per stage of any major u.s. city, early this summer, we investigated a spike in bike fa
fatalities. >> more and more people are riding bikes. >> but on social media, an immediate response. one viewer said i'm really tired of seeing the cyclists not following the laws. another, bike riders don't follow the rules of the road. and many more voiced the same frustration. >> cyclists are supposed to be following the same rules as drivers. >> absolutely. >> reporter: but nbc 10 investigators found no way to know how often violations occur, because road rules are almost never enforced on philly's cyclists. between january and mid july of this year, philly pd issued only 12 citations to bicyclists, for two hanging on vehicles. it is part of a steep decline over the last three years. >> officers weren't just responsible for writing tickets and providing citations. we're responding to calls for
gunshots, responding to shooting victims, responding to rob rears. >> reporter: so the nbc 10 investigators took to the streets for an unski an unscien surveys, and counted anyone who appeared to run red lights, ignore turn lanes or travel the wrong way. at all five location, cyclists paired to ignore the rules at a higher ran than drivers. sometimes defiantly. >> i don't feel like they apply to me. >> reporter: why wouldn't they? >> i mean, it doesn't make sense to stop at every light. >> reporter: are you aware you're supposed to? >> yeah. >> reporter: do you guys buy the idea that cyclists are breaking the rules more than motorists? >> no, we do not believe that. >> reporter: in fact, sarah clark of greater philadelphia, believe drivers and cyclists break laws at the around the
same rate. >> as the minority, they stand out a little bit more. >> so people are noticing them. >> reporter: for those of you believe only cyclists get off easy, fewest driver citations for the past three years, too. george spencer, nbc 10 news. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> under the first alert for the extreme heat. already hot, just like yesterday, we expect in the afternoon, to feel like we're in the triple digits all over the region. bottom of your forecast, the tv, you can see that you've got the seven-day forecast for your neighborhood, scrolling through different locations. a lot of 90s in the days to come. 92 in philadelphia, allentown, 74. wilmington, 89, and dover, feeling 94 already.
we're talking temperatures that already feel like in the mid 90s. atlantic city at 91 for the feel like. today, for most of us, just the mix of clouds and sun like we did on saturday. that includes much of new jersey, delaware as well, and into fiphiladelphia. as you track into the lehigh valley, northeast, strong to severe to pop up, possibly. we saw it yesterday. northern montgomery, bucks county. there was reported some tree damage in areas from high thunderstorm winds. that's a slight possibility again for today. but for the rockies game, it should be dry, just very, very hot. in fact, we've got to stress you stay hydrated if you'll be out today at citizen's park. first pitch will be 96 degrees.
fifth inning at 97. step in the shade from time to time and drink a lot of water, the temperatures will feel like the triple digits, up to 108 degrees in south philly. neighborhoods for today, 97 in center city, summerton at 95, the red feel like temperature, well above 100. in some of the suburbs, landsville, doyle, you see the pop up possible, a temperature of 95 there in easton at 92. still, though, feeling like around 100 degrees. we move to new jersey, delaware, a lot of sun, cluouds, mixing o the board here. berlin, 97. cape may, 93 for your forecast high this afternoon. meaning if you are aheadi headi the shore, it will still be hot out there.
triple digits, stone harbor, delaware, wilmington at 94 degrees for that temperature, with a feels like of 103, and we'll take the worst here temperature wise, smyrna, 107. we'll talk more about it in just a bit. hi, i'm amy from csn. eagles quarterback, carson wentz has a hairline fracture. he may not play the rest of the preseason. wen wentz, saying he would play on thursday, and after the press conference on saturday, peterson said he felt discomfort as he began this morning's practice. we decided to limit him and as a precaution, sent him for a ct scan after practice.
it showed a hairline fracture in his ribs and hope to have him back before the end of the preseason. offensive tackle lane johnson worked out with his second team on saturday. doug peterson prepares for a potential ten game for johnson. he tested positive for a ped. it has been a nightmare. i mean, i've known this for a couple of weeks like nothing is wrong, and you know, that's been the hardest thing. and you know, last thing i want to be labeled is a cheater. my son look at me in my eye, hey, daddy, what you been doing. i have nothing to hide, so from that standpoint, i'm moving forward. the phillies a knocked eflon on the disabled list has a fracture in his foot. they found it while reevaluating his knees. adam morgan will start. wolves throwing out the
first pitch. he officially retired yesterday as a philly. see the wolf pack there. bottom first, mike el franco, a three run home run, 21st of the season for franco. up 3-0, just like that. franco stares him down a little bit and anderson was ejected. benches cleared, but nothing else happened. phillies win, 6-3.
sweltering sunday. >> that's exactly right. this is dangerous heat. being outside is really not a good idea. this is a live look outside, along the shore. gorgeous shot maybe the only relief really is to get to a beach, because temperatures so hot today, 97 in philadelphia. still in the 90s. the heat wave until tuesday. isolated potential thunderstorms for the next several days. i hate to say this, but the break doesn't look like it hits until thursday evening, into friday. so very humid for the next several days, moving forward. temperatures do drop into the upper 80s. next friday, saturday, sunday, dryer than what we've been dealing with it. >> it can be dangerous. thank you for being with us. that's all for now. keep it right here for the coverage of the olympics, coming
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♪ . it promises to be another warm and sunny sunday here in rio de janeiro as we start the second half of the 2016 olympic games. day nine brings action in 22 sports, 25 gold medals to be won. this morning much of the attention will be outside the venue known for its central role in the celebrations during carnivale. today it's where the