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and hometown hero, determine an town celebrates as olympic medalist mia ali, after she scored big at the rio game. >> nbc 10 news starts now. we begin with a snap in this extreme heat finally arriving for your sunday. you can see a cold front pushing through northwestern pennsylvania toward our area on the first alert radar. good evening, i'm denise nakano. you could wake up to showers outside your window tomorrow but the big headline is a break in the heat. let's get to your first alert enabled forecast with meteorologist karen thomas. >> all right. denise, as we wrap up another heat wave we topped out 95 degrees in philadelphia. so we're in store for a continued warm and muggy night tonight, but relief is on the way for our eagles game tomorrow. it is going to come in the way of a cold front. before we get there, look at the pain we have endured with these high tem praurs, well above average this time of year. this is where we expect to be by
tomorrow, philadelphia high temperature mid-80s just about everywhere across the region. we will feel a significant decrease in humidity. currently 81 degrees in philadelphia. still on the warm side in allen town at 83. 79 degrees in mount holly, 78 degrees in vineland. we will show you radar very quickly, satellite radar. here is the leading edge of the frontal boundary. does have some moisture with it so we can expect shower activity with it. i will let you know on the timeline of that, denise, in bait in main weather. >> thanks, karen. in delaware today several students had to be treated after they were overcome by heat at a high school football game. it happened around 1:00 at baynard stadium during a game between delaware military academy and charter school of wilmington. everyone is expected to be okay. a solemn weekend for many people to reflect on the 15th anniversary of the september 11th attack.
tomorrow many he remembrance ceremonies are planned, but as nbc drew smith explains some local communities felt it important to come together today. >> reporter: they called it the peace through light service, a gathering in lower may field township at the garden of reflection, the official september 11th memorial. >> to days, it has been a few years, but other times it is like it happened five minutes ago. >> reporter: it is an anniversary that never gets easier for the families of 18 people from bucks county who died in the 9/11 attacks, their names read aloud, including judy reese's son. >> tower one, 105th floor. >> around the garden, young student volunteers put together thousands of paper doves, decorated with the names of all the victims. >> i think that kind of touched these children. it is not a number, they actually saw these were
individual people. >> to remember -- >> reporter: in camden county people celebrated patriotism in a church dedicating the end of the program to america's heroes with a specific focus on september 11th. >> been wearing a flag every day since then to remember those people, innocent people who died that day. >> reporter: a decade and a half later, the world is a much different place because of what happened that day. >> something that we as americans never thought we would see, and makes it a little difficult. >> reporter: but it is moments like this where a strong community finds comfort. drew smith, nbc 10 news. a live look at lincoln financial field where tomorrow vice president joe biden will mark the 9/11 anniversary at the eagles season opener against the browns. biden will take part in a pregame ceremony honoring first responders. i'm be joined on the field by 120 police officers, firefighters and emergency
responders during the national anthem. a montgomery county community is mourning the loss of a volunteer firefighter who fell to his death this week. eric feltyberger was a lieutenant with the pioneer fire company in jenkintown which is draped with blant bunting. the 43-year-old died wednesday when he fell from the third floor balcony of a friend's apartment. >> the community knew eric because he was part of everything, fire prevention, you know, funerals, dedicated to helping the community itself. >> a guy that, you know, it is -- you know, we're going to have a hard time. >> reporter: feltyberger's funeral will be held friday. and now to decision 2016. hillary clinton is expressing regret for making these comments about donald trump supporters at a fundraiser last night. >> you could put half of trump's supporters into what i call the basket of deplorables.
right? their racist, sexist, homophobic, islamophobic, you name it. unfortunately, there are people like that. >> donald trump criticized clinton's comments saying she made the worst mistake of the political season. and speaking of trump, today his campaign announced a new effort to engage female voters. it is called the pennsylvania women for trump state wide leadership team. the group is made up of more than 45 republican women who want to share their message about why they're voting for trump. up next, naked and definitely not afraid. thousands of people swerved through philadelphia today bicycling in the buff. their inspiration next. plus, she brought an olympic medal to philadelphia. tonight philly is bringing the party to here. we're with runner mia ali as she
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irving youth basketball experience, a star-studded weekend of events which raise money for the salvation army. and a day of fun, food and family in southwest philadelphia. the 12th police district hosted its annual southwest pride day parade and street festival. it is a chance for neighbors to inter act with the officers who serve their community. and take a look, this is not your typical bike ride. thousands of people dare to go bare for the naked bike ride. began at the art museum this afternoon, and some participants chose to ride completely in the nude, others opted for body paint. the purpose of the ride is to promote biking safety and body image. it was hot enough for the naked bike race, but we are looking at a fully clothed forecast. muggy and hot overnight, still
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sweep in the women's 100 meter hurdles. she will soon be off to the white house, but today she celebrated with her german town enabled. andrea cline-thomas was there. >> a celebration for mia ali. >> reporter: the 6300 block of sherman street is where mia ali's olympic dream is coming full circle. >> i wanted to be able to reach back to my supporters and the people who have been cheering me on for so many years. >> reporter: ali won a silver medal in if 100-meter hurdle during the rio games. she is part of the historic sweep where americans won gold, silver and bronze. >> it was amazing. i felt like she was my child. >> reporter: sharon hatcher is among many in the crowd who knew ali long before she was introduced to the world. >> she literally -- her character, here in philadelphia running for -- >> reporter: friends, family even local state representatives showed up to cheer for mia one
more time. >> she inspires me to be a better person. >> reporter: mia ali makes the city proud and is now going on to inspire a new generation. >> so, do you hope to one day go to the olympics too? >> yes. >> reporter: ali embraces her new role, and hopes to encourage others. >> very within reason it is possible. all it takes is hard work, dedication, focus and faith. you have to have strong faith and really believe in yourself and believe it is possible. >> reporter: mia's run is far from over. she hopes to keep ongoing all the way to the 2020 olympics in tokyo. reporting from german town, andrea cline-thomas nbc bay area 10 news. >> and in new jersey today hundreds of people came out to welcome home an olympic medalist who was the first u.s. athlete to compete while wearing a hijab. the people held a parade and ceremony for the fencer. the 31-year-old won a bronze medal in the women's team sabre
event at the games held in rio. this crowd brave touchdown heat for the fifth annual boxers trail five-k walk. they follow ted path where joe frazier train. a hot day, but is relief coming? >> absolutely. it is worth going back to the numbers right now. current temperatures on the warm side at this late hour, 81 degrees in philadelphia. even warmer in the lower 80s in allen town. a bit cooler the closer we get to the shore because we do have a bit of a breeze coming south, due south, 13 miles per hour right now. wild wood. 12 miles per hour in atlantic city. winds clocked about 12 miles an hour straight from the south in dover. we seed the leading edge has precipitation there, and a little bit of convection as well. the thought is this will be dying down as it moves closer to the east. we have a cloud shield out in front of that. you can see as we go closer in that there are just some showers popping just in front of this.
a little bit of energy is leading out front of the cold front. so we could get the possibility, there is a good possibility we get some pop-up showers, continuing to move through our area as we push on through the overnight, waking up tomorrow morning the cloud cover is expected to stay in our area, especially along the shoreline and the delaware beaches where we could have, again, a chance of pop-up showers. it is just chugging along. behind it is what we're interested in, and that will be a cut in our humidity. so what we can tell you hour by hour, this particular model has us as 6:30 tomorrow morning. here is where we see the pop-up showers, sort of isolated. some of the rain could be heavy but it will be picking up steam and moving out of here. as we spend our morning sunday it looks like the clouds will be with us and pushing out by lunch time, even 2:00, 3:00, high pressure building in, and then that cooler hair moving in behind it. we will have bright sunshine by the afternoon so tem tours warm
up especially at the shore but it will be feeling better because the due points will drop. if you are headed to the boardwalk in wild wood, blue skies later on in the day. we start with clouds but go to sunshine. 84 degrees for high temperature. we will have breeze kicking up. it is going to feel quite nice later on in the afternoon. 83 in cape may. for sunday not looking too badly. as i said, waking up early tomorrow morning may still feel a little muggy, clouds in place. it rolls out of here about mid-day and we open up to sunshine and lower humidity. it will feel quite nice indeed. if you are headed to the game, wow, it will be great by the afternoon hours. i think you're going to have a great time there. and we'll throw it to sports. this is sports desk, brought to you by xfinity.
thank you very much. csn with you. once again the eagles kick off their season tomorrow against the browns, and carson wentz who was suppose todd watch and learn will skip the watch part of that learning process. wentz tweeted, tomorrow can't come soon enough, beyond blessed to be able to play this game i love, #flyeaglesfly. here is what he had to say about playing earlier in the week and about his debut. >> i'm excited. you know, i'm already excited, i'm trying to just control it a little bit and really focus in on the week. i will be really excited. like i said, once that kickoff happens, once we are playing ball it is just football again. at the end of the day i will look back and realize how special a moment it was for me. >> it is human nature. my butterflies will be going, too. you know what i mean? it is my first game as well, so butterflies will be going. but you get into the course of the game, you get past one, two, three plays of the game and it settles in and it is football from there. of course sunday night football begins tomorrow on nbc
10. the patriots visit the cardinals in that game. nbc analyst chris collins says there are no sure things in this league. >> you know, there's whatever, 12 playoff teams, then usually six of them make it back and six of them are, like, wow, i would have never picked curt warner and the rams to win the superbowl, right, in a million years. but that's what makes it so great, what makes it so fun. college football, penn state and pipt renewing rivally. 40-yard touchdown, leads with five minutes left. more barkley. touchdown. barkley with five tds, lions airs it out to sean hamilton. oh, baby, off his fingertips. can't handle it. same dry. to the end zone.
huh-uh. penn state loses a wild one, 42 ponte vedra 39, they host temple speaking of temple, hosting stoney brook. forget about it, owls with an easy day. phillip walker threw three touchdowns. a 26-yard pitch and catch. to baseball. did not play tonight and won't tomorrow because of a thumb injury. franco hasn't played since tuesday. he did pinch-hit tonight and hopes to play monday against pittsburg. fill ee starter jerad eickhoff threw six shutout innings. six and two third shutout innings. but bryce harper said forget about that. brings his lawnmower to the dish for a little yard work. phil rooes lose 3-0. that is your look at sports. we will be right back.
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celebrated the 10th anniversary with face painting, live music and games for the kids. frankie's isn't your typical daycare because it serves children with medical needs. plenty of sunshine and the heat was out there today. >> the heat was. hopefully everybody had their battled water. we will say goodbye to 90s come tomorrow. we will be in the mid-80s, which will be nice, but we will notice a difference in the humidity. it will feel more comfortable for sure tomorrow. when we get to monday the dew point will drop lower. it will feel more comfortable at 81. we will spike a little mid-week with afternoon thunderstorms possible but, boom, look at thursday, friday. denise, even the overnight lows. some of the coolest weather so far. >> that's nbc news for now. for karen, danny and all of us, snl is next.