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>> now, abc 7 news at noon, on your side. adrianna: right now at noon, a monster of a winter storm humbling parts of the northeast your d.c., maryland, and virginia all getting hit. some places getting hit worse than others. we have lived team coverage for you, but before we go outside, let's stay inside with meteorologist steve friesen. it is a cold day. steve: it was. the snow anywhere from a half
higher amounts to the east, as we expected. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] it is chilly out there, and the wind will become the big story over the next 24 hours. here is what it looks like. snow from georgia to north florida. this is the storm that almost looks like a hurricane as it rapidly moves on off to the northeast. this storm will eventually move on out of here rather quickly. look at the snow totals -- national zoo a little over half inch of us know. in mount vernon. temperatures outside right now, if you are going to be out and about for the lunch hour, it is cold. 22 degrees in burke. newington at 24 degrees. clouds and radar does show most of the activity moving out for the east. what you see around the d.c. metro area is not going to
expected. this will continue a little bit longer until 6:00 p.m. windchill factors as the winds begins to pick up will take a dive later today, only feeling around 0 at around midnight tonight, and that is why we have a windchill advisory that is set to go into effect at 10:00 p.m. tonight, lasting until noon tomorrow. the entire area, including at alexandria, prince george's, cumberland, fairfax, all under , ending-chill advisory tomorrow morning with windchill factors that will be very cold, we are talking well below 0. to 13 forrom about 3 actual air temperatures. 5 to -20.hill is - frostbite, hypothermia. possible bundle up in the morning. how about a warming trend? more on that in a few minutes, adrianna. adrianna: thank y,
the beach. hour, the winter storm, bomb cyclone, whatever you want to call it, is still pounding ocean city, maryland. island, all morning long, we have been seeing tremendous breezes, gusts blowing the snow. blizzard conditions right now. in possible to the outside right now without glasses of some sort. the snow plows have made one pass. as you see places like this where it appears to be pavement, people came out and started to drive around the town. coming across snow drifts like this one, this one is about a foot and a half deep or so,
front wheel drive cars can handle. how windy is it? just look at that snow. it is unimpressive storm. the accumulations not be all that great, probably about eight to 10 inches, but the story is the wind, the very bitter cold. is certainly feeling the effects of this winter storm. in ocean city, maryland, brad bell reporting. our coverage continues with john gonzalez live in calvert county. john, nothing like ocean city, thank goodness, but it is still a pretty white scene where you are. john: absolutely, adrianna. we have about four inches of snow on the ground here in calvert county. it is hard to tell if it is still coming down because of the tremendous wind. i want to show you something over here. walk with me here. not only do we have a private contractor here trying to clear the
parking lot -- why he is wearing shorts, i don't know, but he has been trying to get his car out of the parking lot for 10 minutes now. it is not a ton of snow, but it is slick, if it is really compounded with the fact that the wind has been extraordinary out here. the have been hearing that term a lot this morning, the bomb cyclone, well, we have definitely been feeling the effects. take a look at the snow is up with some of the videos, the snow whipping around. we have been hearing it, feeling it all day long. it has really caused quite a problem for some of the folks who have been out, folks trying to get to their destination today. we talked to some of them here in calvert county. >> you can see me right now. i even slid trying to pull in here. we have a truck, but it is not the best. when i say the term "bomb cyclone," what does that mean to you?
[laughter] and back here live, the gentleman with the pickup truck is still stuck. at the moment, he walked into the 7-eleven, maybe to purchase some kitty litter to get some traction under the back tires. a littleent is still bit of a mess under some of these parking lots. the main thoroughfares are pretty clear, for example, route 4 is pretty clear. the secondary roads are still a mess. the big problem, tonight, into the overnight hours and into the morning hours will be the re-freezing. i will send it to suzanne kennedy who is in oxon hill, maryland. suzanne. suzanne: john, we have seen the snow taper off behind me. you can see the roadways are damp but they are drive. if you look at the ground here, you can see not much snow. we were able to drive easily in the dusting
on the ground by the snowfall that came overnight. earlier today, some people that have problems, not just here in prince george's county, but also in charles county. slick road conditions in prince george's county made for a treacherous morning commute. a tractor-trailer jackknifed on route 301 southbound in brandywine, while this toyota slid into another car in clinton, leaving front ands -- ends damage. >> it was better than i thought it would be. suzanne: he got up quickly because of his job. >> i had to take care of my mother and my sisters, go out and clear all some cars. county, in charles crews used a plow, backhoe, and a few shovels to make quick work of this office building parking lot. >> it is windy out here. it is getting cold. shoveling snow and just clearing the parking lot so people can get to work, you know. suzanne: it is
cold, you even have to put a sweater on your dog. obviously this is good news that at this woman feels like she can get out this morning and give her daughte dog a walk. one of the things in prince george's county will be bitter temperatures overnight and be very low wind chills. they have delayed school here in prince george's county tomorrow morning by two hours. reporting live in oxon hill's, suzanne kennedy, abc 7 news. adrianna: the storm has made a major impact on travel. thousands of flights canceled or delayed. our team coverage continues with ryan hughes live from reagan national. ryan? doing ae storm is number at airports up and down the east coast, now affecting tens of thousands of people. let's start at the board. we have been keeping a close eye on it all morning long. let's take a look at this line of cancellations. a lot of flights new york, new jersey, portland,
to name a few. take a look outside at reagan national. you can see snow on the ground and snow on the planes. earlier a we showed show the snow team at the airport hard at work ever since early this morning, working in that frigid cold to deice the planes before takeoff. one runway was closed as crews worked to clear the snow away. right now, more than 3100 flights have been canceled today according to fligh flightaware.com. flightaware telling us that ewark is the main with cancellations. others are jfk, laguardia, and norfolk. we found others trying to get out but are delayed because of the storm. care were already in the coming here when we got the notification, delayed, so we are stuck here for six hours waiting
it home today. if you have a flight scheduled, the airlines are being flexible. all the major carriers have issued a travel alert. they are waiting to see if you need to reschedule for today and tomorrow, but it best advice is to call ahead to your airline before you head to the airport. they are expecting cancellations to continue throughout the day. we are live at reagan national, ryan hughes, abc 7 news. adrianna: now to the school closures. most in the d.c. area canceled classes thing or started late, but that's scribbling to find childcare, even though the area butnot have been up at -- that left parents scrambling to find childcare, even though the area may not have been that bad. reporter: some parents frustrated, even a bit angry. at lee highway, traffic moving smoothly now that the roadway is clear. check
dusting of snow. nothing really that impressive. look at this parking lot. guess, there is some moisture, but it is a puddle, it is not ice. this is what one parent told us about the cancellation of schools today. take a listen. >> i think it is ridiculous. ridiculous. we have an inch, maybe two places on the ground, and it is really a luxury that so many parents are able to work from home and accommodate this. we also talked with some parents who were not able to accommodate so easily. they were able to call in, saying "i have to take the day" -- adrianna: all right, a live look at times square as the storm moves up the east coast and takes aim at new england. we will have more live pictures throughout the day.
several inches of snow. blizzard conditions meant you could not see the beach or the ocean this morning. of to a foot of snow is expected on the jersey shore as the storm moves north. we will continue of the coast. long island is getting pummeled as we speak. conditions have deteriorated since this video was taken. long island could see up to 18 inches of snow. now to boston where folks are hunkering down to where there will be several more hours of snow and of course frigid cold. new england is expected to get the most the with powerful winds. almost no one is going outside. we want to keep you updated and safe in this winter weather, so for our latest forecast that your fingertips, the movie abc 7 stormwatch -- download the abc 7 app right to your phone. david yancey has been declared the winner of the tide of delegates race. democrat shelly
is waiting for options and has not conceded the race. she may ask for a second recount. seat upholds, republicans will have a one-seat majority. back and forth between president trump and steve bannon. over what? find out next. here are live pictures coming out of ocean city, maryland. here is a quick shot of traffic with eric smith. eric: thank you. good afternoon. it will be a pretty quiet ride. not a lot of people out there at the moment. we have a crash in germantown on middlebrook road off of 270 coming off of the northbound 270 exit ramp. the left lane does get by. no volume, though. just be aware of the crash scene. 270 south is in great shape. looking at traffic at clarksburg,
not too bad as for as conditions go, either. incident here, 66 eastbound approaching the capital beltway. the right transitioning is shut down. that is the ramp going to the outer loop. it is enough to close things down a little but after mountain street. 66 eastbound, you'll see a little bit of a jam. the westbound ride is doing fine either way. 95 into virginia is very smooth and to woodbridge. overstory northbound 395 the 14th street bridge. really not much volume overall, and conditions are ok. so far, it is a nice day to be out on the roads. that is all from the traffic center.
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adrianna: here is a live look right now from ocean city. you can see how that area is getting blasted by this bomb cyclone that is slamming the northeast. brad bell is there. he will have an update on the situation on abc 7 at 4:00. meanwhile, the white house still reeling from the explosive allegations from former white house strategist steve bannon. president trump is now threatening legal actions against bannon, the author, and the publisher. saenz has more. arlette: attorneys for the president say he issued steve bannon a cease and desist letter after he has made what they are describing disparaging comments. bannon is using the terms
to th described meetings between donald trump, jr., paul manafort, and a russian lawyer. it is absolutely ridiculous that he would make a statement like this, if he made a statement. there is nobody less treasonous than don junior. arlette: the president snapped back, "steve bannon has nothing to do with me or my president. when he was fired, he not only lost his job, he lost his mind." sec. sanders: i think furious, disgusted would probably fit when you make such outrageous and completely false claims against the administration and his family. arlette: despite the rebuke, bannon is standing by his former boss -- wilteve: nothing come between us -- steve: nothing will come between us, don'
arlette: a letter was sent to him and his publisher, demanding a cease and desist the publication. saenz, abc news, washington. adrianna: you just commented how pretty it is in the backdrop. steve: it is. the snow has come to an end. winterough we have the weather advisory for 40 minutes or so, it is over with, but now have the cold and the wind. that will really ramp up. take a look at rehobeth beach. brad bell is in ocean city , maryland, a little farther up to the north. not exactly good conditions. the waves crashing the shore. a lot of snow up there. not too typical of what you see at the beach this time of year or in general. they have a freeze warning that has been extended. 25 degrees. that is it at reagan national airport. hour winds are picking up out of the west at 21.
are mainly in the 20's. 23 gaithersburg, 27 frederick and leesburg. andrews,ver to leonardtown, 23 degrees. 20, 30sts upwards of miles an hour in leesburg. 32 mile-per-hour gusts in winchester. that will give us windchill factors in the signal digits to just run 10, 11, 12 degrees -- and it will feel colder coming into the evening hours, this evening, overnight, and by early tomorrow morning, it will be downright cold out there. satellite and radar from stormwatch 7, what you see over the metro, most if not all is not reaching the ground. however, head over to ocean city , they are looking at winter weather that will continue for another several hours. through the morning, it has been extended through 6:00 p.m., a ridge of high pressure will expire at 1:00. georgetown i
, calvert is a very is county, your warning will expire in about 40 minutes or so. the d.c. metro area, winter weather advisory into 1:00 p.m., and the wind-chill advisory will kick in at 10:00 tonight, extending into the overnight hours come into tomorrow morning. it will expire at the noontime our. for this afternoon, if you are going to lunch, temperatures in the middle to upper 20's. drivetime home tonight will be a slow one with temperatures in the 20's. a lot a side roads are covered in snow because it is still cold out there, and blowing snow later tonight. out of the northwest at 15 to 20 miles an hour with wind gusts upwards of 30 miles an hour. it will be bright out there. ravi sunglasses, make sure you are going to dress in layers if you will be out and about. the feels-like temperature's early friday morning.
chance of seeing school cancellations and delays. look at the windchill factors, well below 0 for the district for arlington, leesburg, gaithersburg, rockville, college park, over into maryland. either way you look at it,; to the day tomorrow, it will continue into the day on saturday. here is your seven day outlook from abc 7 and stormwatch 7, looking at temperatures between friday and saturday, wake up temperatures single digits. next week, temperatures around 40, 45 degrees during that will feel fantastic. a chance for a few showers mixing and with a few flakes of snow. temperatures in the 30's. by now that we have gone through today, it is really cold tomorrow and saturday, but then you start to turn that corner. airave another shot of cold the middle of next week and then another warm up after that. adrianna: ok. steve: it was not so bad, was
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is a live look at times square in new york city. people are still out and about. they goodness it was not like this for new year's eve. i have a feeling they would have still been out there. steve: they would have been out there. standing out when it is below 0 temperatures for five or six hours, waiting to watch the ball drop -- adrianna: that might be a little crazy. steve: yesterday snow in the immediate metro area is over with. the winter weather advisory will come to an end as we move across the 1:00 hour. 19 tomorrow, but don't be fooled by the high temperature. feel a lot colder than that with winds upwards of 30 miles an hour, windchill factors well below 0. adrianna: ugh. all right. but you have the warm up, 41. both: waho
>> you are watching abc 7 news at noon, on your side. adrianna: right now, it is 12:31. there are still some flurries coming down, but most of the snow has stopped. let's get straight to steve rudin now who is tracking the very latest. steve: snow totals around the immediate metro area -- less than an inch for pretty much everyone should national zoo, reagan national, mount vernon really coming in a little over one inch. an inch and a half over at rose hill, virginia. temperatures out there right now -- it is cold, but it is not nearly as cold as it is going to feel later tonight and into tomorrow morning. vernon, falls church. you see around the immediate metro, most if not all not making it to the ground as the snow has finally come to an end.
skies, little brighter later in the afternoon, but it will not warm us up a whole lot. here are our wind chill's of the winds pick up. we will see the windchills drop. it will feel around 0 in the immediate metro area, and even colder than that as we move into early tomorrow morning. that is why a wind-chill advisory is set to go into effect at 10:00 tonight and extends into the noontime hour's tomorrow. all of montgomery county, prince eorge's county, cell southern maryland, , allegheny, washington county all involved in the windchill advisory from early tomorrow morning. a warming trend on the way in the seven-day. more on that in a few minutes, adrianna. adrianna: now to the blizzard like conditions in ocean city care dear eastern snow -- ocean city. the eastern shore is getting slammed. brad bell has been in the
brad: the bomb cyclone, whatever you want to call it, is still pounding ocean city, maryland. this is a coastal town on the atlantic ocean, a barrier island, and all day long, it has received tremendous, steady breezes, plus gusts blowing the snow. blizzard conditions right now. it is impossible to be outside, really, without glasses -- it is impossible to be outside, really, without glasses or goggles of some sort. you can see at the pavement it is ice. people heading out and starting to drive around the town has found this is a problem, coming across snow drifts like this one. this one is about a foot and a have deep or so, more than most of four-wheel-drive cars can handle. it?windy is just look at that snow. it is an impressive storm.
on that great, probably eight to 10 inches, but the story is the wind, the very biting blizzard cold. this town is certainly feeling the effects of this winter storm. in ocean city, maryland, brad bell reporting. adrianna: this winter storm has made a major impact on travel. thousands of flights have been canceled or delayed. ryan hughes is at reagan national airport with more on the headache that this storm is causing travelers. ryan: this storm is doing a number at airports of a down the east coast, affecting tens of thousands of travelers. let's take a look at the board. take a look at the long list of cancellations from new york to new jersey. we also have portland, maine and providence, rhode island. canng a look outside, you see there is no on the ground and snow all over the planes here at reagan national. at snow team has been hard work since early this morning, working in the frigid cold, deicing planes before takeoff.
minutes as crews worked to clear the snow. than 3100 more flights have been canceled today according to flightaware.com as airlines grounded rerouted planes. flightaware say in newark is the most impacted with 69% of flights canceled today third others if i did our philadelphia, jfk, laguardia, and norfolk. we found travelers trying to get out but are delayed because of the storm. >> we were in the car coming here when we got a notification that we were delayed. we have been waiting for six hours waiting for a flight. >> i am really hoping that i can make it home. ryan: and if you have a flight scheduled, the airlines are being flexible to all major carriers have issued travel alerts. -- flexible. all major carriers have issued travel alerts. the best thing to do is call ahead before you head out. ryan hughes, abc 7 news.
coverage continues to john gonzalez in calvert county. ihn: plenty of snow, and would like to say things are calming down here in southern maryland, but quite frankly it is hard to tell because the wind is so brutal. i believe it has stopped snowing, but the snowflakes or snow is still flying around, but the wind is still whipping averaging around. here is what we have at calvert county on the ground -- a good couple of inches. it is the wind that has really made this quite an issue this morning for some folks that are out and about. you know, it is a dry, fluffy snow. this morning, we tried making some snowballs. it is definitely not the kind of snow where you will get some snowballs, but it is making visibility difficult today because of the wind that is blowing around. some of the major thoroughfares look pretty good at this hour. that right there is route 4. you still have some slush
intersection, not posing too much of a problem at this hour. the concern is going to be the re-freezing. we were talking to commuters today who said they could put up with this, a couple of inches of snow. >> you can see me right now, it is kind of crazy. i had to pull in here. john: you have a truck, but it is not the best. >> not the best. john: we have in using the term all day long "bomb cyclone," and we have really been feeling it here southeast d.c. most of the folks we have an talking to say they can do with this, some inches of snow, but it is the wind that has really posed a problem for folks trying to be out and about today. again, as we show you, route 4 pretty clear right now, but the concern tonight and overnight into the morning will be the re-freezing. reporting in calvert county, john gonzalez, abc 7 news. adrianna: we want to keep you updated and safe in this winter weather, so for the latest forecast at your fingertips, download the abc 7 stormwatch app right now to your smartphone.
new at noon, republican david yancey has been certified the winner of the type virginia house of delegates race. the state board of elections pulling his name out of a bowl randomly. richard reeve is live with a look at what happens next. richard: a packed house here certainly as these folks all gathered together to pick that name out of a bowl. what happens next? said shelly simonds -- shelly simonds had been talking about some kind of a recount, but we talked to board of election officials. they said legally really this is probably the end of this campaign for her. she kind of alluded to that during her news conference. during the news conference, she said she plans to run again. nevertheless,
impromptu news conference she had with reporters, she said she is not conceding the race. she is keeping all of her options open at this point. they did say they might have some kind of an announcement later on this afternoon. we will keep on top of that. we will also speak with david yancey at some point later this afternoon as well. much more news coming out of course this afternoon. we toss it now with break.
more. here is elizabeth her in new york with more on conditions along the east coast. elizabeth: a monster storm marching up the east coast. winter bomballed cyclone creating a mess for anyone trying to get anywhere, including this morning commute in south jersey, a truck losing ,ontrol, flying off the road and bursting into flames. the was in a nearby home also catching fire. >> we have a derailment. elizabeth: overnight, amtrak maybe responsible for -- the cold may be responsible for this trained aroma in georgia. no one was hurt, and the passengers eventually on a different train to get home. >> we tried to pull up normally, but it was frozen. after a wild, they gave up. picturesqueeorgia in parts but some areas still
come up some warnings this is a dangerous storm. >> it will get worse as the storm keeps falling. elizabeth: the storm already breaking records in parts of florida, georgia, and south carolina with more snowfall than they have seen in 30 years, canceling air travel across the country and causing spinels and -- spinouts on the highways. >> front with caution, take your time. >> just slow down. elizabeth: the governor says they have done everything to prepare for this, but conditions are expected to get worse before they get better. he is just asking everyone to stay home. abc news,hur, riverhead, new york. adrianna: good news out of texas canceledber alert after two girls taken from their home were found safe and sound in colorado. the man is now in custody. police say they followed a tip and arrested the man during a traffic stop without incident. the two girls are
seven and 13. they were both with miles at the time. new meaning to the phrase die."or a couple is taking officers on a chase in a stolen u-haul truck. they sat inside the truck and had a few drinks surrounded by police and started making out. gotinutes later, they outcome, hugged each other, and made out again until police used a taser on the man involved, and then they were both arrested. check this out -- a rubber begging to get -- robber begging to get out of a cell phone store. the man pointed a gun at her. the week before, so shoe brush into action. she rushed -- so into action. she locked the door and he shot at theoc
because of the fact that he messed the lockup. -- the lock up. adrianna: so he started begging, trying to get police to let him out. the police instead came and arrested him. winner still be a because no one won last night's $460 million jackpot. the jackpot now rose to $550 million, and that number is expected to increase before the next drawing this weekend. so you can always play the yourself an island so when the bomb cyclones come through, you can get out of town. steve: and you can just stay there and not have to worry about it ever again. the worst of the weather, in terms of the snow for our area, has now come to an end. that is the good news there. i am sure a lot of kids are building a huge snowman with one inch of snow on the ground on this school day and enjoy them themselves. adrianna: [laughs] steve:
snow is fun when it is packing snow, but it is so windy and so cold, it is only going to get colder, and the winds are only going to decrease more. look at the national harbor. the camera is shaking and shaking. the temperature is 26 degrees at reagan national. are increasing out of the north-north west at 26 miles an hour, and the feels-like temperature's are now at 10 degrees in downtown d.c. temperatures are holding in the 20's in leesburg, frederick. the winter weather advisory is about to cancel out. gusts begin to increase, 35 miles an hour. anyway you look at it, it is cold, and it is only going to get colder as we move through the next several hours. feels-like temperature's in the single-digit, around 10 or 11 degrees. stormwatch
7 satellite and radar, most of what you see around the immediate metro area not even reaching the ground. some of the blizzard warning in effect until 6:00. to get inton clear, and brighter skies are on the way later this afternoon. at around 11:30 a.m., they updated this to make the visit warning a little bit longer for ewey, city, rehobeth, d bethany, dover. you are looking at that blizzard warning until 6:00. we have the winter storm warning known effect until 1:00. it does include mail --'s extreme southern maryland, calvert, and st. mary's county. our winter weather advisory will cancel out in 12 minus in the immediate metro area, and then you have a winter advisory for pretty much everyone. that a 10: -- arts at that starts
and expires at noon tomorrow. we will bottom out in the single digits, around 5 to 10 degrees, that is it. the windchill factors make it feel colder than the. highs tomorrow make it into the upper teens to around 20 degrees. mr. here is our futurecast and just -- this right here is our futurecast and how it will cold tomorrow, anywhere between -5, -15, and -20. coming up, we will tak
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joining us from london is terry moran. this is so fascinating, from 1993, there is a lot of controversy surrounding the people who died there and the atf and fbi. you have more from tonight's "20/20" segment. delve right into that. this unfolded right in front of us for 51 days. we will hear from the children who survived. they were let out early in the siege. they take us into the branch davidian community and tell us what life was like under david , that community's leader. we talked to fbi agents, atf agents, and branch davidians. i must say it is an incredible drama. you cannot believe it happened, and one that still resonates today. adrianna: there were only about
how they feel about their time involved in that sect, looking back in hindsight? terry: it is fascinating because some of them, the scales fell from their eyes, and they no longer believe what they believed. they see david koresh as someone who had total control, too much control over their eyes. others are true believers still in say koresh will come back from the dead, as he said they would, and they are waiting for his return. adrianna: how have they been able to move forward? some were actually trained to use weapons in case of an apocalyptic event. psychologically, how has that affected them from 1993 until now? question,t is a great and you're absolutely right. it was the belief of this community that the apocalypse was coming and they had to arm themselves because it would be brought down by the united states government. that was the belief, and they did
the hardest thing for the adults, decades later, is to think that their parents somehow put david koresh and this religious belief that he preached ahead of them. some of them are still hurt and bitter. some of them have made peace with it. they all look back on really a time in their childhood which still haunts them. adrianna: fascinating stuff. that is coming on tonight at 10:00 right here on abc 7's "20/20."
adrianna: i get the feeling you are a little better about the school closure. steve: when a big one comes and then they don't close -- adrianna: right. steve: everyone enjoyed the day off, but tomorrow, the cold weather, it involves everyone. be careful. how it is going to feel tonight if you are going to be running around this evening outdoors, if you are going ice skating -- i don't know about that -- 0 is the feels-like temperature. the bigger problem comes tomorrow morning as the kids are going to the bus stop. the feels like temperature is 0.where from -5 to 20 below bill will begin today at 4:00
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