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deadly heat. the oppressive temperatures are being blamed for a third death in philadelphia this weekend. what you need to know to stay cool and safe. robbed in rio. ryan lochte is speaking out after robbers targeted him and other olympic swimmers celebrating their big win. we'll explain the changes in the liquor law in pennsylvania that takes effect today. nbc 10 news starts now. right now at 6:00, dangerous heat. we are in day five of a heat wave that's showing no sign of letting up any time soon. and you won't get a whole lot of relief at the shore either. here's a live look at cape may where people are as close to the water as possible. it feels like it's over 100 degrees. thanks for joining us this evening. i'm rosemary connors. the extreme weather continues as health officials report the third heat-related death just this week in philadelphia.
this is the time to stay hydrated, keep an eye on the elderly and take it easy indoors. tonight we have live team coverage of this dangerous heat. we begin with glenn "hurricane" schwartz. you're tracking the heat and some summer storms moving in. >> yeah, a lot of people would enjoy a little storm to cool us off, but we're not getting much of that. and we have now extended the first alert for the dangerous heat all the way through tuesday. the entire area's covered. the worst of this is this philadelphia, delaware and south jersey. it's through tuesday evening. the feels-like temperature, 100 to 110, and the longer the heat wave goes, the more dangerous it becomes. it just builds up especially in those row homes in philadelphia. 96 degrees in philadelphia now feeling like it's over 100 with more of that to come. we'll show you those ugly numbers coming up in just a few minutes. >> thanks for that, glenn. we continue our team weather coverage with lauren mayk.
she's live along kelly drive in fairmount park. you spoke to a doctor for some advice on keeping cool in this hot weather. >> reporter: if you can stay inside in the air conditioning, do that. but here along kelly drive, we are seeing people out exercising, even jogging. that brings us to the next bit of advice. that is this. keep water with you and drink it all day. in this heat we all need to take precautions. it's heat that's not just uncomfortable. it's dangerous. >> i can lead to mild dehydration, but people can get into a lot of trouble with heat exhaustion and heat stroke if they're outside for long periods of time. >> reporter: in west oak lane firefighters who have been carrying heavy gear to battle a fire here are hydrating and taking more precautions. >> within 10 to 15 minutes i was already rotating the crews out because they had exerted all their energy plus with the heat they're sweating as it is. >> reporter: you don't need a fire to feel this heat. >> it's horrific. >> reporter: we found linda
kirby working outside her home. how are you keeping cool out here? >> a lot of water. and take breaks in the shade. >> reporter: to give seniors a break centers like this opened up for the weekend. you can feel the difference walking in the door to the ac. why are you here today? >> for one reason, it's cost efficient. i don't have to run my air all day. the other reason is that i enjoy shooting pool and it's a very good atmosphere here. >> reporter: kelvin butler still worry about those not here, like his 90-year-old dad. >> checking on him constantly making sure he has enough water and get underneath the air and don't try to survive this excruciating heat because he can't stand it. i can barely stand it. >> reporter: checking on the elderly family and neighbors is so important. that last gentleman told me he bought his dad an air conditioner then went over and realized he wasn't using it. check out the bottom of your screen. we have a number there for the philadelphia corporation for aging. they are staffed with folks who
can answer your heat-related questions. for now live along kelly drive, i'm lauren mayk, nbc 10 news. now to the latest from rio. we're learning more about the incident involving u.s.chte and teammates who were robbed at gunpoint earl this morning. >> reporter: ryan lochte saw for himself just how dangerous rio is outside the pool. telling today's billy bush he and three fellow swimmers were robbed at gunpoint. >> and a guy pulls out his gun. he cocked it, put it to my forehead and said get down. and i put my hands up. i was like whatever. >> reporter: as gabby douglas competes in what may be her last olympic event ever, simone biles continues her quest to win five gold. sl venus williams failed to win her gold. and after a great day of golf,
matt kuchar took bronze. >> i've never felt this sort of pride just busting out of my chest before. >> reporter: 157 women. >> and in the marathon three american women finished in the top ten. brian mooar, nbc news, rio. tonight we're following developing news out of philadelphia's kensington neighborhood. a 16-year-old boy was found shot dead inside a car here on east orleans street. police were called to the scene at 2:00 this afternoon. the teen was shot in the back of the head. no arrests in this case. two people are dead after this three-car crash on lincoln drive. police tell us a 23-year-old man who died was driving too fast and jumped the median. he crashed into one car. the impact of that crash pushed him back over the median where he hit a third car. a second driver, a 16-year-old girl, also died in this accident. cop cars set on fire as
protesters take to the streets of milwaukee. what sparked the riots this weekend. let's check the current olympic medal count. if you don't want to see it, look away until the music stops playing, and we'll be right back. nbc 10's olympic medal count is locally sponsored by independence blue cross. live fearless. nbc 10 live from rio sponsored by the pennsylvania lottery. creating winners every day. hello!
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nbc 10 competition to watch is locally sponsored by the all-new 2017 chrysler pacifica. tensions are running high tonight after a police-involved shooting in milwaukee. take a look. this is video of one of four fires set by protesters overnight. it's all in response to the police-involved shooting. yesterday an officer shot and killed man who allegedly ran from a traffic stop. police say the man had a gun. investigators have revealed that the man who was killed and the officer who shot him were both african-american. we're going to continue to follow this story. also we're watching the weather. glenn? >> yeah, just how long is this
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the liquor control board plans to extend sunday hours to other stores starting next month. that will bring the total number of stores open on sunday to more than 300. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> yeah, wish i could give you better news on a break in this heat wave, but we're not going to be seeing much at least in the next couple of days. the first alert, we are now extending through tuesday. the worst of it is in philadelphia, delaware and south jersey, but the first alert coverage everywhere, even at the shore it's dangerous heat. through tuesday evening. the longer the heat wave goes, the more danger it becomes because the heat just continues to build and build and build. we were 93 wednesday, 95 thursday, 98 yesterday. felt like 110. that was the worst of the heat wave it looks like. today 97 felt like 1 o 4.
the next two days feeling like 1 101. relief at the shore? not much. 96 at summer's point. 95 at stone harbor. you notice the ocean temperature down to 67 degrees. this is where the feels-like temperatures have been the worst. in delaware, 105 in talliville, 108 in meadow glen. 115 in dover. 113 at lewis right at the beach. any relief in the form of showers or storms? not much right now. we've had one storm go through allentown. that went through quickly. there's more back to the west. it could be affecting parts of the area later tonight. this is after 10:00. pretty strong thunderstorms going through parts of the area and that may be it for the rest of the night. we're going to be seeing some thunderstorms on tuesday.
look how hot it is for the next couple of days. a little bit of a break on wednesday. and into thursday. humidity down just a touch. so it won't be quite as bad wednesday, thursday, friday, but we're not talking about real comfortable weather here. next weekend some more thunderstorms by sunday. hi, i'm ron burke from csn. the eagles will get set to practice under the lights. john clark will join us from lincoln field. the phillies making a late season surge. could the playoffs be a possibility? i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody
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this is sports desk brought to you by xfinity. x-1 from xfinity will change the way you experience tv. hi, i'm ron burk from csn. an injury to carson wentz and a suspension for lane johnson. but a chance for the fans to see the team up close. john clark is on hand for the second and final open practice at lincoln financial field. hey, john. >> hey, ron, most importantly the field is in full shade, which is good because of the heat out here. now carson wentz, of course, won't be here for the second open practice at the linc. take a look at carson in action.
in that preseason game he actually suffered hairline fractures in his ribs. he's going to miss the next two preseason games. the eagles are hoping to possibly have him for that last preseason game where he would play a lot. one of the key things is to find out who is going to play right tackle if lane johnson is suspended. alan barber was out there moving from left guard to right tackle. we'll see if he's out there again tonight at this open practice. we'll have a lot more for you on the late edition of nbc 10 news at about midnight. back to you, ron. >> thank you, john. across the street from the linc, the phillies are on a roll. they're only six games out of the wild card in the national league. starter adam morgan takes a line drive off his left inform. he would leave the game with a bruised forearm. the phillies already thin in the pitching department. now, the star on offense today, no question, jimmy finishes a
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processi procession. the lodge celebrated the feast of their patroness, which means our lady of perpetual hope. 20 people carried a life-sized statue of the madonna as parts of the procession and carried umbrellas as well because they needed it out there. >> we have at least another couple of days of extreme heat and the extreme humidity. it continues to build up. temperatures getting into the mid-90s both monday and tuesday, so we've extended the first alert. a little bit better chance of thunderstorms. but we could see thunderstorms a few hours from now moving in from the west. we'll keep an eye on that, then not quite as hot or humid wednesday, thursday, friday, but not exactly going to be cool those days. >> 89 degrees never looked so good, glenn. that will do it for us. we'll see you a bit later on tonight after the games in rio.
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