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that's why i'm taking full responsibility for it. >> taking responsibility, and telling the truth. ryan lochte sits down for an exclusive interview on what really happened in rio. searching for a killer, warning neighbors to lock their doors, after someone shot a man and injured a young girl. a live report is next. storms could be moving into our region today. you see that green there on your screen. you know what that means. coming up in the first alert forecast, we'll let you know when you can expect rain and what's ahead for the workweek. >>announcer: nbc 10 starts now.
good morning, this is nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary connors, thanks for being with us on this sunday, just after 7:00. krystal klei is keeping a close on on the first alert radar, because krystal, we've got storms rolling in. >> so right now, it sits to the west, today, we're looking at quite a few different issues with the forecast. first off, it will be hot and humid today. we are not escaping those sticky, muggy conditions. on top of that, afternoon thunderstorms are certainly in the forecast today. we're not saying everyone will get a downpour, but we could see pockets of heavier rain moving through. then ahead, this is the silver lining, the temperatures will drop following the storm system. this is a look at radar and satellite. what we see, currently not any showers to track, so we look through parts of pennsylvania, new jersey, into delaware, no shower, some clouds mixing in overhead. thicker clouds will continue moving in this morning and as we move into the later part of the
day, that's when we bring in the rain activity with the expectation of thunderstorms. neighborhoods right now, looking in some of the suburbs here. kenneth at 72, west brad for the townsh township, 73. exton, 72, as well as malvern, 72. temperatures, not bad this morning. it feels okay outside, but you can tell that the air, we've got the moisture in place. the humidity is up, and if you see the bottom of your screen there, the seven day, showing us still hot, accompanied by the thunderstorms before the dip. it is a great dip, though. we'll take a look at those changes and when they might warm back up to the seven to ten-day forecast, coming up. today, the u.s. men's basketball team will try to take gold against a tough serbian team. win or lose, philadelphia
university's kyle lowry will earn his first olympic medal, one of several athletes to win a medal on the final day. they brought home gold yesterday in the 4x400. allyson felix made the history books, winning six, the most for any woman in history. bringing home gold for getting the team into the finals. nbc news exclusive, olympic swimmer, ryan lochte, admits he over exaggerated about being robbed in rio. he spoke to matt lauer. >> if i never done that, we wouldn't be in this mess. those guys would never be in rio, or were in rio. nothing of this -- none of this would have happened. it was my immature behavior. >> in the wake of the incident,
brazilian police questioned three of lochte's teammates and ordered one to donate $11,000 to a brazilian charity. the olympic committee has set up a disciplinary commission to investigate and decide on a punishment. you can hear more monday morning on "the today show." tonight, we're closing the curtain on rio 2016. simone biles will be flag bearer. her first olympics ever. she takes home a fifth medal, a bronze on balance beam. you can watch the closing ceremonies, coverage at 8:00, with the passing of the olympic flag. that's tonight on nbc 10, your home for olympic coverage. a little later on this morning, we're talking about a happy homecoming. nbc 10 was there, as a swimmer
made her return to the delaware pool, where she trained and coached more on this later in the hour. in other news, searching for a killer in south jersey. neighbors are waking up this morning in burlington city, still only edge, as a guj man is on the lose. yesterday, someone fired up to ten bullets in broad daylight, killing a man and hurting a 5-year-old girl. monique braxton is little with more details. >> reporter: hi, rosemary. investigators tell us this isn't the first time they've been called to the neighborhood of new york sheer. but they are assuring residents that they're safe. take a look at the video we captured overnight. you can see investigators on their hands and knees, combing over the crime scene. they're also searching for the suspect during that time, people were asked to lock their doors. investigators tell us as many as ten shots were fired, about 7:00
yesterday, it was still light outside. we've learn aid 24-year-old man has died, a 5-year-old is suffering from what police describe as nonlife threatening injuries. she is being treated at a local hospital. >> we have had some different complaints about nuisance complaints. we have had fights in the area. so we have stepped up patrols to combat some of the situations. >> reporter: and police are unsure of the relationship between the child and the adult, if there is any relationship at all. but they tell us they're going to continue this morning to hunt for that killer. live now from burlington city, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. this morning, philadelphia police continue to investigate a stabbing inside the blue martini bar in old city. investigators tell us that an argument early yesterday morning led to a man being stabbed in the neck.
the victim, came running out of the bar and collapsed. he remains in the hospital in critical condition. the bar was opened last night. we were there, and spoke to a neighbor about what happened. >> to me, it is an isolated incident and a shame that it puts a black eye on old city. >> police are now looking at surveillance video. they have questioned someone in this case, but have not made any arrests. seven minutes past 7:00 on this sunday, coming up on nbc 10 today, a bombing at a wedding leaves at least 50 people, and who is being blamed and where it happened. inspired by the olympicsment we'll show you what one camden county gym is giving away, instead of medals.
we're going to take a look at the day, depending on your neighborhood, starting with philadelphia, the planner throughout the day. 74 is the temperature right now, 7:10 in the morning, looking at the mid 70s through 8:00 a.m. then to the low 80s, 81 at 10:00 a.m., already, we're seeing some clouds and that will continue building in cloud coverage ahead of the cold front. as we move into the afternoon, we see mid to upper 80s for forecast highs, calling for a high of 89. we had 93 yesterday in philadelphia. it was hot in the afternoon. looking at winds, potentially
ahead of the cold front as well, especially with the afternoon. thunderstorms are possible with any heavier storm weiss could feel the higher wind gists localized to those areas. your day in the lehigh valley, we have a little better potential, not in a good away, but better potential for strong to severe storm development, upper 70s, 10:00 a.m., 83 by 2:00. new jersey, same deal here. mix of sun and clouds, low 80s by 10:00 a.m., mid to upper 80 in the afternoon, we're looking at thunderstorms popping up out there, with a cold front passage that will then dry us out and drop the temperatures as we move into the next workweek. in fact, things get really comfortable across the map. we'll check in on those numbers, coming up. restaurant week starts to theed in wild woods. you can visit more than 25 of the top restaurants, for just
about $30, plus tax and tip. it runs through friday. today in chester, delaware county, a community fair from 2:00 to 6:00. students get free book bags, also a moon bounce and face painting for the adults, health screenings, plus spiritual and mental counseling that's in chester, delaware, county. having to sit down on the couch and watching it, they're watching it in person. >> what the u.s. forest service has to say about this scene that appears to have no end in sight. plus, a gold medalist track star, but she can do it in somebody else's shoes, literally. we'll tell you about what english gardener may have forgotten to bring to one of her races during the olympics.
quarter after 7:00 right now on this sunday, here is a live look down the shore at cape may, not bad. not a bad start at all. few people taking a stroll along the beach. krystal klei tells us storms should move in in the early evening. she'll have the exact timing of that coming up in just minutes. news overseas, a tragedy in turkey, at least 50 people are dead in a bombing at an outdoor wedding ceremony in the southeastern part of the country. officials say another 94 people were wounded. according to turkey's deputy prime minister, it appears to be a suicide bombing. officials are blaming isis. back here in the u.s., western michigan is reeling from some severe weather, possibly
tornados, that damaged homes and businesses. just take a look. these are what the storms left behind yesterday. roofs ripped off homes and sheds, trees uprooted and power lines knocked over. at this point, there are no reports of any injuries. the national weather service is trying to confirm if the storms were in fact tornados. down south, not a pretty picture, either. a weekend of cleaning up after near historic flooding in louisiana. 13 died. an estimated 60,000 homes have been damaged. more than 100,000 people have already registered for federal help. president obama will visit this area on tuesday. let's head out west, where the wildfire crisis in california continues. the cedar fire in central california has grown to more than 14,000 acres, and it is not expected to be contained for nearly a month. alex fischer has the story.
>> we just continued to watch it. >> reporter: it is a frightening scene, with an unknown ending. >> it is like a war movie. it's like having to sit down on the couch and watching it, you're watching it in person. >> reporter: they're afraid the flames have engulfed their home. a sea of trees, killed by beatles is providing the cedar fire with plenty of fuel, all too common in california, as firefighters battle multiple wildfire as cross the golden state. but back to the cedar fire, and now into tolera county as well. firefighters are stationed throughout the mountains, taking actions. not knowing what mother nature has in store. >> these flames and threatening, it is like are we going to be
able to defend glennville. >> reporter: as the fire continues to consume everything in its path, it leaves little hope for residents watching the fire take over their mountains. >> i know that thousands of other homes will be gone too. >> reporter: >> that was alex fischer reporting. no structures, businesses have been destroyed, but the fire is burning near some property, so they are keeping a close eye on it. now to another wildfire that's been growing. this is in the southern part of california. the ray fire is scorching a fire, and it has more than doubled in size since friday. some 500 firefighters are now battling the flames. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> and we'll begin by looking at radar and satellite. this is where the action will be later today. right now, what we see is in our viewing zone, not a lot to track
here. we don't have showers yet. we have clouds mixing, as we've seen the sun come up. thicker cloud cover range sits to the west. that will head in ahead of the front. then as the front starts to get closer to us, that's when we're going to see the showers and thunderstorms move through. they're going to move through from west to east, and progressing with the front itself, and behind it, much better conditions. this is the wider view. the front isn't terribly far away, but it is going to take a while to feel the effects. that's what we're seeing in the afternoon and evening. we've got showers, pockets of thunderstorms, the yellow and oranges you see, a steady rainfall. the problem is, as it moves to us, assuming it holds together well in some areas, we could see our own strong to severe thunderstorms. this same system has spawned what may be some official al tornados, no official reports yet, that will be determined once surveys are done. but yesterday, around parts of
ohio, this he did have reports of funnel clouds. that's something that we are seeing that the system is showing the strength it has. not saying we are necessarily going to see that, but we have the possibility of thunderstorms picking up as we move along later today. there is the view. you see most icons showing that. temperature of 89 in center city. feel like temperatures, just a little higher, low 90s for parts of philadelphia. 87, the temperature in sommerton. easton, 83, lehigh valley, temperatures will be lower where the storms start earlier. makes sense. rain cooled air pushes back, we don't see the temperatures pick up as much. in new jersey, 87, 88 for berlin with the thunderstorms developing. the shore will be a little lower, and temperature, cape may, 82 degrees, long port, 82,
delaware, wilmington, 83, here is the hour by hour. let's track the storms we've been talking about. the models show a stray cell or two picking up near harrisburg, this is very early on. the front edge. but the real storm activity, that's your afternoon 2:00 to 3:00, allentown, philadelphia, into cape may, very spotty as we move later into the day, and into your early nighttime hours, 9:00, that's when we could see stronger pockets moving through. you see this cell hitting along the shore points. once it moves off, the thicker cloud cover behind it and then monday, much clearer conditions as we move along. so there we are by 10:30, drier conditions, monday looking gorgeous. you'll see the whole day, we leave those clear conditions in place. your shore cast for today, keeping in mind what we just
saw, could see thunderstorms out there. a warning for you guys, if you're getting out early, this i think so should be all right, the later in the day you go, more likelihood of storms. avalon, 82, margate 82, atlantic city in those low 80s. ten-day on 10. lots to look at. hot and humid, thunderstorms. then we start to see the lower 80s for monday, tuesday. mid 80s by thursday, into your friday as well. as we mentioned earlier, closing ceremonies for the games start at 8:00 tonight on nbc 10. as rio winds down, tokyo is getting ready to shine. they're going to give us a peak of what to expect. the governor of tokyo says she hopes a more transparent game. she said they're willing to do what it takes to make 2020 a big
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throughout the rio games, camden county gym has been getting into the olympic spirit. royal fitness in barrington has dozens of members competing not for gold, but for free protein smoo smoothies. they've been competing in rogue, gymnastics, aquatics and track and field. trainers and participants say what they've been watching on tv has inspired them to push past their comfort zones to try a new,er size. >> to see the capability of all the athletes, it makes you want to work out harder. >> we were trying to figure out something we could do to motivate our members this time of year, and what better than the olympics. >> 50 members are participating, trainers are keeping logs of the exercises, and the classes completed.
the olympic gift basket drawing will coincide with the closing ceremony tonight. 7:28 right now on this sunday. let's look at the stories we're following tomorrow on nbc 10 news today. it is back to school at this west philadelphia charter school. they'll they'll welcome back the younger members of the school. older students started earlier this month. jerry sandusky is back in court. the penn state coach said he never molested boys, aenld was not properly represented at his trial in 2012. if his appeal is successful, the judge could order a new trial. right now in burlington county, neighbors who were warned to stay inside last night are waking up wondering if a killer is still on the loose in the community.
moan ne monique a braxton has more. >> reporter: a little girl is injured, one man is dead. we'll tell you what police and the residents are saying, after the break. i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message. michael hayden: if he governs consistent with some of the things he said as a candidate, i would be very frightened. gillian turner: he's been talking about the option of using
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it is the final day of the 2016 rio olympics. here is one of the last live looks at the olympic torch, burning bright in rio. we'll have a recap of the action and what is still ahead today, coming up. a neighborhood on edge. a little girl hurt and one man dead. police are searching for the person who fired as many as ten shots in broad daylight. we'll have a live report, next. well, we are in store for what could be a stormy sunday. you can see all the green on your screen moving closer and closer to our region. we'll let you know when you might see some rain and expect some relief from the hot weather
we've been having for a good bit of august. good morning, welcome back to nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary connors. it is just after 7:30 on this sunday. we will go et to the top stories in a moment, but we want to talk about the storms that could be rolling in a little later on today. meteorologist krystal klei has been keeping a very close eye on the first alert radar, she has the neighborhood weather. >> that's right. we are going to continue with the eye on radar as we move into the afternoon and evening, that's when the potential picks up in our area. live look outside, sunshine is out, mixing in with clouds, but sunny conditions currently. not yet tracking the storms. in fact, on the radar and satellite here, we don't see any showers quite yet. we' we've got it off the coast and tracking to the north. everything else is way to our west still. but as we move through today, it
is going to be progressing to the east. with that cold front, comes the storms, and we'll also bring the cooler air. we'll be tracking that, and if there is another pick up to the 90s. all the details on the changes, coming up in just a few minutes. we're also going to be talking about your temperature ace little more closely. here are some of those conditions outside right now. we're sitting at 73 in germantown, graduate hospital, 90s, though, coming up. team usa racks up more gold medals heading into the final day of the 2016 olympic games in rio. our local athletes stayed in the spot lot. delaware elana delle donne scored a golden victory over spain. tonight, time to close the curtain on rio 2016. you can expect a taste of brazil at its best during the closing
ceremony with carnival themes. same moan biles wi simone biles will serve as flag bearer. allison fe allyson felix, won six golds. alice watson did not compete but still brings home gold for getting the team into the finals. the daughter of former eagles quarterback, ronald cunningham didn't medal. she was eliminated when she failed to clear a jump of 1.93 meters. the 18-year-old is expected to compete in tokyo in 2020. let's talk basketball now. the women's basketball team won its sixth olympic medal yesterday, beating spain, 101-72. elana delle donne scored ten points and her first olympic gold medal. >> it is a dream come true. i feel like i've been dreaming
about this moment since i was a little girl. now to be wearing it around my neck, it is pretty crazy. it feels like a dream. >> delle donne also said nothing in her career has compared to the olympic stage, and that standing on that podium was an emotional experience. tonight as we said, you can watch the closing ceremony right here on nbc 10, our coverage begins at 8:00, ending with the passing of the olympic flag to the host of the next summer games, tokyo. and then the linl piolympic fla be extinguished. right now in south jersey, the hunt is on for a killer. late last night, police warned neighbors to lock their doors and stay inside after someone fired up to ten shots in burg ton ci -- burlington man, and killing a man and injuring a 5-year-old girl.
monique braxton has more. >> reporter: hi, rosemary. police have told residents of the new york shire residents, how close are they to catching a killer. look at the video late last night. you can see police coming over a crime scene on their hands and knees. investigators say as many as ten shots were fired in the 100 block of east federal street in broad daylight. we've since learned a 24-year-old man is dead. a 5-year-old is suffering from what police are describing as nonlife threatening injuries. she is being treated at a local hospital. but the violent evening had some folks shaken. >> a lot of violence, but you never know when and where it is going to pop up. but you wouldn't expect this on this block. you know what i'm saying. we are a block that cares about people. >> reporter: and police tell us this morning they're not sure about the relationship, if any,
exists between the adult who was killed and the child who was injured, but the manhunt continues this morning. live from now from burlington city, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. n. west philadelphia, a shootout yesterday morning left three people injured and one of the victims is just 15 years old. police say the gunfire erupted over an argument over money. he followed his ex-girlfriend home, and he and three others started an argument with the woman's neighbor and opened fire. the neighbor's family shot back. >> guns, bullets are flying and people are getting hit that have nothing to do with this, young men who have to resolve these situations in a better way. >> the ex-boyfriend and one other man are facing charges. the neighbors will not be charged. 7:37 right now on this sunday. coming up in sports, eagles
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strawberries from egypt that's used by a smoothy chain in our areas. tropical smoothy says they've stopped using it at all of its stores, but health officials say anybody who has had a smooth eye with frozen strawberries should watch for symptoms like jaundice, fever and vomiting. still ahead, welcoming homan olympic swimmer at the pool, where she continues to inspire others. >> it is a dream come true. for sure. >> you'll hear her talk about the moment when her stress just washed away in rio. plus, which fan she said she embraces the most. we're looking outside cape may. likes nice currently, but a cold front to the west. how will that affect both the temperatures and potential for storms, coming up.
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the closing ceremony. gymnast, simone biles, will carry the flag for team usa. >> i learn mied my lesson from this. i definitely did. >> ryan luckty, opening up about the controversy in an exclusive interview with matt lauer. he apologized, and said he ov overexaggerated about his claim of an armed robbery in rio. he called his behavior that night immature and childish. you can watch more of the interview tomorrow morning on "today." in our area, police have been all over, even on the ground, searching for clues in a deadly shooting in burlington county last night. a man was killed and a 5-year-old girl was hurt after someone fired up to ten shots. police told people to stay inside and keep their doors locked as they search for the gunman. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> and this morning, things starting out okay, but as we move into the afternoon, that's
when it could get a business dicey in areas because of the potential for storms. 74 in philadelphia, lehigh valley, also at 74. low 70s for the suburbs. 70 at the jersey shore and sitting at 68 in south jersey. some temperatures creeping up a bit this morning. delaware neighborhoods, harmony hills, 73, wilmington, the same. we drop a little farther south, and right now, dover sits at 73 degrees, harrington, 71. we'll see the numbers moving into the upper 80s. hot and humid, then stormy, all packed into your sunday. radar and satellite for us, right now, just clouds out there, not tracking storms yet. if we pull the radar out, you can see they're there. they're sitting to the west. the cold front set sitting to
the west. we've got the hot and humid conditions, thicker cloud cover range, storms move through, behind the front. that's we're talking better conditions, drier and cooler air should shift in. so let's talk the hot and humid conditions first, we'll get to the details on the temperatures. the line in red, the feel like temperature, the yellow, actual temperatures. i believe we'll peak with 89 today, very close to the 90s, but feel likes, they're in the 90s, low to mid 90s is what it feels like outside with with the heat and moisture in the air. that's what you need for the storms to really fire off in the afternoon as well. 4:00 p.m., you see it dropping off, because once the cloud cover range and storms move in, the temperatures should fall quickly, especially with any stronger storms. would he a got the potential for severe, in the deeper blue you see, that's where we could see isolated strong to severe storms. remember, that's where we have thunderstorms that aren't just
producing thunder, but periods of heavier rain and wind gusts that may lead to damaged trees, roofs, things like that. do note, this does clue parts of the philadelphia area. it could become an issue late in the day. that's something we'll have a close eye on and be tracking in the newscast later on. here would go in philadelphia, dropping off to the lower 80s by monday, tuesday. same for dover, looking very nice following the thunderstorms. allentown, mid 80s, all the way down to 80 on monday, tuesday. wildwood, capping into the upper 70s by tuesday. with that potential for much more sunny conditions as well. as we move into the next following days. in fact, we're not talking 90s for quite sometime. we'll take a look at that in just a bit. you could call this fight redemption for connor mcgregor.
he beat nate diaz in one of the most highly anticipated in mma history. diaz won last fight in march. they went toe to toe, with mcgregor coming out on top. the fliers camp continues in atlantic city. it has flyers greats. fans can interact with former stars. proceeds benefit flyers charities and alumni association. here is your sunday morning sports. this is sports desk, bought to you by xfinity. x1 will change the way you experience tv. marshall from csn. the phillies along way from the cardinals final playoff spot,
trying take a bite, though, out of st. louis's nine game lead. bottom of the first, hernandez, proving his bite is worst than his bark. first time hernandez has gofd o -- has gloved off a game for a home run. two-run shot, ties the game. al franco, scorching one to left. scores hernandez. a 4-2 game, hellickson, goes seven innings, gomez, 33rd save and phillies hold on to win it, 4-2. >> that was just what the doctor ordered. hellickson giving us seven innings, saved the bullpen a bit. >> we've had, you know, a few games where, you know, cruising and you know, something has happened. but yeah, it was good to save the bullpen a little tonight.
>> after a day off, the eagles back on the field yesterday and that includes some people who didn't even play on thursday. carson wentz, north carolina and current flyer head coach, has a hairline rib fracture, doug peterson saying he wanted to give wentz a test. he hopes wentz can play in the final preseason game on september 1st. meanwhile, jordan matthews continues to miss practice with a knee injury. peterson said if he does not play next saturday against the colts, he will a ae be held out of the final preseason game. they believe matthew also be ready for the season opener september 11th, even if he misses the entire preseason. >> i've played, you know, enough football where i know i could do that. is it ideal, no. he is pe especially for me. i like to practice. i practice week one, jets week,
whatever it may be, i'm going to go out there and put 100% into it. that sports. i'm marshall harris, csn. yesterday, a local olympian returned to the pool where she trained in delaware to inspire the next generation of swimmers. cierra run cierra runge was there. drew smith was there to talk to her. >> reporter: it's what cierra runge loves about being from a small town, seeing this much support. >> amazing. a dream come true, for sure. >> her dream began at age four, and she has come a long way, preparing her for the big moment in rio. >> once i go the in the block and dove in, that's when all the release and the stress kind of washed away and i just had a fun race. >> runge helped them win the relay. it was an incredible moment. >> you don't know whether to laugh, to cry.
yeah, it's a pretty incredible feeling. >> runge embraces her young fans the most, cheering on their dreams. >> it's really cool to meet her. >> to have these people look up to me is pretty incredible. >> but she isn't done competing. she hopes to back in four years for tokyo. nbc 10 news. nbc 10's olympic medal count is locally sponsored by independence blue cross. live fearless. "they say you can only be great if you're full of goodness." chobani. available at shoprite.
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this, it looks great outside. >> it does. >> but not for long. >> no, it will be one of those things, if you want to do something outdoors, do it as early as you can. later in the day, not as good. it looks sunny, but the clouds will start building in. as they do, we'll get the chance for storms in mid-afternoon, into early evening. 2:00 to 8:00, it is still hot and humid, but then, rosemary, 83 monday. >> wow. >> 83 tuesday, yeah, we're not in the 90s until next friday. >> 87, my sister is getting married next saturday, so we're really watching the weather. >> talking to mother nature, working some deals. that will do it for us on this sunday, the last day of the olympics. coverage begins at 8:00, closing
here's usain bolt. triple-triple. >> a perfect golden run for olympic gold. >> all hail usain bolt! ♪ >> on a rainy sunday morning in rio, a look at the city's famous sambodromo. every february this is the scene of one of the world's biggest parties the carnival parade. today it's the start and finish line for the marathon on the closing day of the 2016 olympic games. from inside our studio at copacabana beach i'm al michaels. what a scene here last night. the home country winning the men's soccer gold medal on a shoot-out go b