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storm team 4 x 4. tom, good morning. continuing to move in and stay ahead with the storm team 4 weather app. see my latest cast and keep up with the latest radar. showers moving southwest, heading northeast. light rain in the district and maryland. it will be with us the next couple of hours. everything is wet with the leaves. very slipp. chilly. it's just in the upper 30s montgomery to 40 in prince george's. upper 30s near 40 in fairfax, loudoun stafford, spotsylvania. hovering around 40 degrees as well. so at the bus stop this morning, chilly and wet. temperatures just near 40 degrees between now and 8:00. 8:00 and 9:00, mid 40s. rain may start coming down a little bit harder. have an umbrella, your rain
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boots and gloves as it will stay rather chilly. next weather and traffic on the 1s a look at the hour by hour. things slowing on the roads. >> good morning, tom. we are starting to see more delays traveling on the beltway in montgomery county can. let's talk about heavy delays southbound 270 just af looks like there's an accident in the bottom right corner of your screen blocking the right lane causing heavy delays out of freder tmorning. elsewhere, 395, 14th street bridge, no reports of incidents there. d.c. running 32 miles per hour as you travel southbound. aaron and eun, back to you. alexis, thank you. 6:01. a developing story in college park. university of maryland students are being told to walk in groups after the third student attack in less than a month. just off route 1 on heart wick road. a student says she was getting out of her car when a man came
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up from behind her with a knife. he tried to drag her away but she fought him off. she is okay. people are taking extra precautions when they >> you try to talk to so on spray. i don't usually like wal alone at night even my place is right ther >> this is the third case at the university i last month. there is no indication t cases are connected. an fbi agent accused using drugs being kept evidence heads to court hearing. the accusations prompted to call for the release than two dozen drug susp. 33-year-old matthew lowr accused of taking drugs stored in a lab for a fe case reled to those su. lowry was found in septe slumped over the the whe his unmarked vehicle wit
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evidence bags in his car. his attorney said the th allegations are overblow this morning investi are trying to figure caused a fire that damag home on jean nine lane i washington. investigators say someone have been working on a car in the garage when thi started. crews are breaking ground on a ground b. what will be the tallest building in our region. >> reporter: good morning, area. the renaissance in tysons c a lot of new development recent years. of course the opening of si now the area's tallest building is coming to
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capital one's new headquarters. it wasesigned by bonstra haresign architects, a l. it is 470 feet tall. so it will be eclipsed o the washington monument, is 5. it's adjacent to the sil line. it will be seen from the beltway. it will be prominent on the city scape here in tysons corner. in addition to the office space, there will also be retail space as well as eventually a hotel. and the governor will be on hand for the ground breaking ceremony which happens later on this morn. live in toy sons corner, megan mcgrath, megan, thank you. it's been a routine here waking up monday d
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they were playing the bucs, coming off a bye week. bucs are 1-8. nothing seemed to go right. nothing. rg3 says everyone needs . >> right now we have no o players. we're not playing that w. i'm not playing that w. the line is not play way. the receivers are not pl that way. our defense is not playi way. special teams is not pla that way. and we all know that. >> okay. so we know what you are nfl teams under surprise inspection. the drug issues the federal government is looking for. plus, the dangerous link just discovered between energy drinks and kids younge and we're tracking the rain you see on storm team 4 radar. how it will affect your day hour
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by hour in your weather and traffic on the 1s at 6:11.
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welcome back. in news for your health, a growing number of young children with becoming sick after drinking highly caffeine ated 40% of poison calls involve kids under the age of 6. kids suffer serious heart problems and seizures after consuming these energy drinks. experts say energy drinks have too much caffeine for a child's body to handle. well, if you think it costs a lot to feed your family, you might be report. a new report from diets in showed huge variations in the costs per state. virginia t. a cart of chicken, apple potatoes and milk will $27. it is less than $10 in ida it costs $14 in d.c. and ma
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>> that's pretty surprising. it's not by state. it could be by county. maryland and virginia, some counties have more expensive groceries. and what grocery store you go to. >> good point. yeah. ten minutes after 6:00 on what is starting out to be a rainy, cloudy monday morning. a live look into the district. >> let's check in with tom kierein now. weather and traffic on the 1s at 6:11. a dreary start to your workweek we have steadier, heavier rain in west virginia. it will be arriving arou0 1:00. just getting light rain in the district and maryland. it will be with us the next three hours. the rain will pick up a bit. noon time, moderate showers, upper 40s, reaching mid-50s around 2:00 or 3:00. low 50s by 5:00 p.m. a look at when the rain ends and
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the cold air arrives. that's next weather and traffic on the 1s at 6:21. tom, we have pretty heavy delays due to two separate accidents. southbound 270 before route 85 blocking the rig further down at old hundred, the right lane blocked as well. give yourself extra time. reports of an accident before new hampshire avenue as you can see from the camera. cars are getting through. if there is an accident there, it has been moved to the side. thank you. 200 people sick and stuck at sea. how a cruise line used sanitizer and the food buffet to try to keep a virus from spreading. when we could come clos
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back at 6:14. right now light rain is coming down across our region. look at storm team 4 radar right now. the rain is causing a messy morning commute. storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell is on the road in the storm team 4 x 4 with a firsthand look. chuck, how is it going out there? good morning, eun. it's an awfully wet day out here. we don't have a lot of traffic. we are currently on the southbound side of i-95. we just passed the marine base at quantico.
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we are just about ready. after we get done here, we will turn around and start going back northbound. i promise you the northbound sidek this good. rain is slowing the commute. 4 x 4 temperature, 43 degrees with a light rain coming down. moderate rain here at 9:00. leave a little extra time and distance between you and the guy ahead of you first thing this morning. be ready for a wet day today and a bracing chill tomorrow. eun, back to you. >> thank you, chuc the rain is on the run way. numbers could climb throughout the day. make sure you double-check your flight status and check with
6:16 am an update on breaking news out of the uk. a bomb threat at parliament. those who did the evacuate the building should be able to return soon. 6:16. after the game with the redskins, the tampa bay buccaneers got a surprise visit from fed the dea says it is an ongoing investigation into whether teams are abusing prescription trucks. the 49ers and the seahawks were checked. federal officials say no arrests were made and the teams were not targeted. more inspections could be coming. a developing story right now. doctors treating a new carrollton, maryland surgeon for ebola after he was in sierra
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leo dr. mart week ago. he arrived at the nebraska biocontainm saturday. they will a cluster have been confirmed in m the centers for diseas recommended the new scre. while there are dire from mali to the u.s people take connecting every day. new york city police looking for whoever pushed a man in front of an oncoming train in the bronx yesterday. he was standing on the platform when he was pushed. he was crushed. his wife was with him and had to watch. it looks to be completely random and unprovoked. >> toxic fumes sent 15 cheerleaders to the hospital.
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the bus stopped on i-95 south in thornburg after the girls report that fumes were making them sick. they were at a cheer competition and headed home to north caro. this morning investigators are trying to figure out what caused this fire at a catholic church in california. you can see a roof on fire in san jose. no one was in the church at the time. they d not have a sprinkler system. the priest hopes to rebuild the church but he is not sure whether an outbreak of norovir a princess cruise sh seco 200 skpaerpblgs passengers and crew mem the crown princess was o month-long cruise toai tahiti.
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it docked in california yesterday. passengers say the crew were wiping down the ent ship. >> they had staff servin instead of us touching handles on our own. >> there was another outbreak in april when 100 people got sick from norovirus. you might love it or you might not love it. in georgia they are preparing for snow. as you can see it stranded thousands of people on the roads around atlanta last year. to keep it from happening again, the governor created a special task force. he added new plows and salt domes and dozens of response teams to put the i like that conversation about the pretty snow and you think, oh, this is winter. >> fluffy big flakes. . you can take the kids to sled and then it will melt by the time you have to go to work in
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the morning. >> that conversaw where it does not include snow shovel, snow blower. we have cold rain coming down. no freezing. no icy spots. it's all above freezing. light rain in the metro area. steady, heavy rain in west virginia. this area in yellow. it is about to cross the southern shenandoah valley. metro getting scattered light rain. the leading edge of that heavier, steadier rain is three away of getting into the metro area. it puts it around 9:00 to 10:00 this morning. this is a new model run just coming in showing by 9:00 the steady rain moves in. pockets of yellow or areas of heavier downpours may happen at noon time. the rest of the afternoon it pulls off to the east and gradually we have the rain tapering off. and then by early evening it
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will be ending. then our sky clears out after that. snow showers out in the mountains. could get several inches in the highlands of west virginia. temperatures now around 40 degrees. so quite a chill in the air. and later today reaching low to mid-50s by midafternoon. the winds pick up. a cold plunge on tuesday. afternoon highs in the 30s with a blustery wind. winds over 30 miles per hour bringing our windchills in the teens tomorrow. highs low to mid-30s. a lighter wind. still cold on wednesday. highs mid-30s. moderating thursd friday. highs mid-40s and sunshine. next chance of rain sunday. by then, mid-50s. next weather and traffic on the 1s at 6:31. the hour by hour change over the next 24 hours. now here's alexis in for melissa. good morning, tom. we have heavy delays traveling southbound on 270 heading out of
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frederick. we have an accident after old hundred road involving a tractor trailer that lost its trailer. eight miles of delays. you can see it is very h. spencerville road at santini, an accident. reduced to one lane. your alternate is briggs cheney. outer loop between 95 and 270, 18 minutes. 66 between fairfax and the beltway, 16. northbound 95 pretty heavy. 21 minutes to the beltway. aaron and eun, back to you. new video of the immediate aftermath of the malaysia airlines crash in ukraine in july. cell phone video appears to show the wreckage on fire shortly after the plane came down. people from a nearby village gathered at the site. it was flying from amsterdam to kuala lumpur when it was shot down in ukraine.
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everybody on board was killed >> a developing story in hawaii. heavy rain help to go slow the lava flow from a volcano on the big island. crews are worried about the air quality since it is burning h asphalt, trees and grass. it is near a buddhist cemetery already been affected by the lava. we are waiting for results from a spacecraft that landed on a speeding comet. you remember this one we told you about last week. scientists will releas it landed wednesday. this is about 311 mill from earth. the batteries died but before sending infor that could help us und the origins of life on. paying the bills is what many of you are concerned about heading into the end of the year. a new survey from shows 41% of americans say they are concerned about getting a handle on bills, 36% two years
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ago. as for other fin priorities, 22% say they want to pay down debt. 17% say they are focusing on saving. well, this sounds like a chocolate lover's nightmare. but it's happening. we're running on it of chocolate. two of e world's largest confectioneries are blaming a handful of reasons, including climbing cocoa reasons and the plain simple eating more what we can produce. the chocolatemakers say if we don't do something now we can expect a huge global deficit. global. i can't even go to another country and get my chocolate. 2020. >> you can't start stockpiling. you put it away. you eat one. you put some awa well, there's a virus that may be spreading at the university of virginia. we'll tell you how 15 students think they became sick in the last two days. right now we are in the middle of a rainy monday morning.
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once the rain is gone, the temperatures will ch drastically. tom kierein will show us how in your weather and traffic on the 1s at 6:31. a third american killed by isis. how the president is responding and the legacy peter kassig le ♪ there it is... this is where i met your grandpa. right under this tree. ♪ (man) some things are worth holding onto. they're hugging the tree. (man) that's why we got a subaru.
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right now news 4 is getting you ready to face this morning. this is what it will look like on your way to work. i-95 near quantico, give yourself a little extra time. the roads are wet. watching where the rain is
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heaviest and where it is headed. >> we are just getting light rain. it is enough. especially the side sts a s covered with leaves. light rain in northern district. rain will be with us after the morning commute. temperatures under this cloudy rainy sky near 40. the rain is picking up a little bit and getting a little harder and heavier late morning. by noon time, 50. mid-50s by 2:00. then by pittsburgh in the 50s. it tapers and ends by around 8:00 tonight, back down to the upper 40s by 11:00. the winds will begin to pick up. a gusty wind by dawn tomorrow
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with a clear skies all the way to the upper 20s. cold day tomorrow. a look next weather and traffic on the 1s at 6 wide range of neighborhood highs today. alexis is looking at a big delay on 270. >> we have delays on 270. and the top side of the beltway. but first let's hit the delays. 270 after old hundred road. a tractor trailer lost its trailer. the right lane is blocked. elsewhere, 95 southbound in maryland at 212, heavy delays all the way to the beltway. looking for an incident but we are not seeing one at this moment. we are seeing heavy delays. 95 northbound in virginia prince william looking better than earlier. aaron and eun. >> alexis, thank you. 6:30. bullets flying everywhere. that's how neighborhoods describe a shooting that left a 19-year-old dead. two people were shot outside a home on keating drive early
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sunday morning. christopher weaver was killed. the other victim is 15. he is expected to be okay. one neighbor said he's never seen anything like this before. >> i've lived down the street '85. i have never seen anything like this. >> police have not arrested anybody. they do not believe this was random. we are work to go find out the condition of two d.c. police officers who were hurt in a crash while responding to a crime scene. the officers were on their way in a crash.g in southeast when it happened on alabama avenue southeast suitland parkway just five minutes from the crime scene. both officers had to go to the hospital. no word yet on their condition. >> peter kassig has become the third american to die at the hands of isis terrorists. he was running an aid
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organization in war torn syria when he was kidnapped last year. tracie potts has reaction now from president obama. tracie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. president obama says this was an act of pure evil. the third american since the su t be headed by isis. it has been confirmed. his parents are heartbroken but proud of the work he was doing in syria. a former army ranger was working to help families in syria. and it is raising questions here on capitol hill whether the u.s. needs to do more to go after this terrorist group. critics of the president say he should not rule out sending in ground troops. and while many democrats on the hill want to get his plan, some have said that if in act they
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found out they have a nuclear weapon or an urgent situation, u.s. troops would have to go in. >> thank you, tracie. a heads-up if you have to work at the state department today. the agency says it may have been hacked. the department believes somebody targeted its system in october the same time the white house was targeted. the state department says it has to shut down the entire unclassified e-mail system for a security upgrade. since october, both the postal service and the national weather service have reported attacks. >> 6:33. the university of virginia is handing out gatorade and telling everyone to wash their hands this morning. they believe a fast-moving stomach virus is going around. student may think they have food poisoning. 15 are sick in the last two days. the health department is investigating what's going on. more than 100 volunteers searched for 17-year-old alexis
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murphy and 19-year-old clark. this is the same area where randy taylor lives. he is the man convicted of killing murphy. her body has never been found. she vanished last year. police questioned him in the disappearance of clark four years he was never charged in that case. new this morning, we're le southwest airlines flight from dulles forced to make an emergency landing. it was on its way to las vegas when it had to land in salt lake city. we're told a passenger was behaving erratically and lost consciousness. the plane did continue on to vegas. in the day ahead, you can find out what is planned for the northeast corridor. there will be changes to amtrak. the the federal railroad administration is hosting an open house to outline the future. it will happen at the hall of state in northwest d.c. at 4:00 this afternoon. next summer you can have a new place to go with your family
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in northern virginia according to the "washington post", manassas city leaders are considerg opening lake manassas. you could go boating or fishing there. the city is hesitant to open it right away because it provides water to 100,000 of you in that area. city leaders don't want to risk polluting the water source either. staying safe on the roads. new distraction in your car that could be more dangerous than your cell phone. >> plus, making more to drink. why virginia says it is time to prices in its liquor store and where all that rain will go. >> it's rainy and cold this morning. lovely. how much howe it will warm up in your weather and traffic on the 1s.
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welcome back. a new warning about the center console in your they are taking your e from the road. the national highway t safety administration sa supports car innovatio when they sacrifice sa. "consumer reports" s hands-free technology problem, especially if working. >> you're already dist because you are engagi pand then if it's not worki are spending more time and not driving. >> it all comes down to driver responsibility. always pull over if you' anything other than ke eyes on the road. the risk is too great. you never know what will pop out. . for some it's easier said than done. a really dreary day. heavy clouds. rain throughout the area. chilly too. no distractions this
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morning. weather and traffic on the 1s with with tom kierein. >> you'll have the wipers on walk to go work and school. you'll need an umbrella, rain boots and rain coat. fairfax county, arlington near 40 degrees. upper 30s montgomery. mid-40s in washington. low 40s prince george's county. it's going to stay chilly another hour or two. then warming into the mid-50s. afternoon highs showing a wide range. lower part of the eastern shore. highs only in the 30s to low 40s out on the mountains where there will likely be snow showers developing. between there and the metro area, highs in the low to mid-50s from manassas, culpepper. should be into the upper 50s by later this afternoon. coming up next weather and traffic on the 1s at 6:51. a look at a cold plunge coming. and how long it lasts. that's coming up in about 10 minutes. alexis looking at the big delays
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on 270. >> that's right, tom. they weren't getting worse. they aren't getting any better. eight miles of delays southbound 270 just after old hundred road due to a tractor trailer accident. it actually lost its trailer. that is off to the right side of the road. you're seeing heavy delays here. looking at the beltway, running slow between 95 and 270. virginia, 66 eastbound, slow around root 50. northbound 95 really bad. 50 minutes to the beltway. a man held a knife to a university of maryland student's throat. how she got away. and the pope's first visit to the u.s. ahead of the catholic church. we are learning about his plans for a stay here in america. facebook hopes you will use its service. throughout the break you can watch storm team 4 radar along
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with the storm team 4 x 4 on 95 north in virginia and a
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16 before the hour. right now rain stretches across our area. you can see it on storm team 4 radar and how it is making the sky gray from tower camera. we're in for a plunge of temperatures. how long they will stick around
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on your weather and traffic on the 1s. a developing story in college park. a university of maryland student said she was attacked getting out of her car off route 1 on hartwick road. the student said a plan pulled out a knife, put it to her .hroat, and trie she fought him off. she's okay. police are still looking for the suspec an fbi agent accus using drugs being kept evidence heads to cour hearing. the accusations prompt to call for the releas than two dozen drug su. 33-year-old matthew lo accused of taking drug stored in a lab for co case. he was found in septem slumped over the the w his unmarked vehicle w evid. his attorney said th allegations are overbl the pope plans to attend the
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world meeting of families in 2015 in pittsburgh. you can go to and sign up for the affordable care act. it went live for the second is open enrollment period. 100,000 people submitted new applications there wer. republicans are reuniting the district attorney baitver the health care law. we have more from the white house. good morning. >> aaron, good morning to you. the the setting of healt and human services says 100,000 people signed in saturday alone, submitting their applications. that was the first day of open enrollment. a million people have been window shopping. the political fall out over this self-described architect. jonathan gruber, m.i.t. professor said a lack of transparency, as well as, in his words, voter stupidity, contributed to the law's passage.
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we have now heard from david axelrod. he tweeted if you looked up stupid in the dictionary you coming up right here on the "today" show next, we will hear the president's response. we'll take a look at the new obama care political firestorm that they have reignited. >> peter alexander live. thank you, peter. this morning at 7:00 a.m. on the "today" show. >>6:47. new plans could impact your family in montgomery county. we'll learn more about that them today. county council president rice will discuss a proposal to change how quickly the minimum wage goes up. and increasing the fine you have to pay for illegally passing a > s today, the postal service will be working every day to figure out how your packages get to the destination this holiday season.
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they will begin seven days a week until christmas. the service estimates it will handle 470 million packages this holiday season. well, pretty soon you may have me a good reason to have two different facebook profiles. landon dowdy is here with the logic behind the latest move. landon, good morning. facebook wants to keep your work and personal life separate. it is called facebook at work. it will be similar to linkedin and google d. aaron, back to you. landon dowdy for us at cnbc, thanks. the redskins will spend the week looking for answers after an ugly loss to the bucs. >> sigh. it's becoming monday morning routine to talk about all these losses. how poorly we played. unlike the past games, there weren't many positive toss take away from the last game. >> it was a travesty out there
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today. we didn't play well. i didn't see the field as well as i would have liked to. we had turnovers. i can't throw interceptions. we had false start penalties, holding penalties. incident was just batted ball out there today. >> there are injuries as well. an injured mcl. follow diana on twitter and she will tweet the results when nothing left to say at this range. it's a tert the 1-8 bucs. all right, tom. not much better news on the weather front. >> on that note, yeah, how about a cold, wet monday. >> we might as well. you know what i mean? might as well. go ahead. >> storm team 4 radar, light rain moving through the region. chuck bell is out in the storm team 4 x 4. finding road spray out there, chuck? and where are you? >> reporter: good morning, tom. we're on had i-95 northbound,
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prince county, woodbridge, potomac mills exit. not too much road spray on 95 north. a little bit of a break in the action as you have been showing us on radar. more rain coming our way by 9:00, 10:00 this morning. so we're not done with the rain at. least it aoeeased up a touch. all the difference this man. a directional differentiation. 95 southbound, no problem. 95 northbound is all tail lights and 20 miles per hour. be ready for a long, slow, cold, wet ride into work and school first thing this morning. i'm not looking for to the seven-day forecast. we may go the rest of the week with temperatures way colder than average. >> big change coming along. the side streets are wet. wet leaves and sidewalks covered with wet leaves. it will be rather slippery when you step out your door. the heavier and steadier rains
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in west virginia. snow in ohio. northwestern pennsylvania. all light rain around washington, prince george's, montgomery, fairfax. the leading edge of the steadier rain just coming into the shenandoah valley. that will be coming into the met here's the timing. between 8:00 and 9:00, the rain will be maybe coming down harder. between 9:00 and noon, some of the moderate to heavier rains will pull east of the metro area. .y 3:00, 4:00, just lingering snow showers out on the mountains during the afternoon and evening. may accumulate two to four inches. higher elevations 2,000 to 3,000 feet. how much rain? all the areas in green might get half an inch in northe southern maryland and the
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eastern shore as that line moves on through. right now quite a chill in the air. just near 40 degrees. and later today we'll climb into the mid-50s. then plunge the cold plunge. low 30s for highs. finally back up into the mid-50s on sunday. temperatures colder than averane in addition to the cold temperatures tomorrow, we'll have a gusty wind. bringing windchill mid 30s with a lighter wind on wednesday. then abating and getting a little milder thursday, friday, saturday. could get rain late on sunday. breaking news on 270. alexis davies telling us what's going on. disabled tractor trailer after old hundred road. this tractor trailer has lost its trailer. it is causing heavy delays. looking at eight miles traveling out of frederick this morning. give yourself extra time.
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it's on the right side of the roadway. usual heavy delays on 66 westbound right around route 50 with wet roads there. and travel times, 270 southbound from route 118 to the beltway, 23 minutes. 50 westbound from the beltway to d.c. fight back! >> ferguson, missouri is breaking for a volatile week. 100 days since the michael brown. all eyes on the grand . wilson shot and killed brownback in august. the decision could come down any time. d.c. police keeping a close eye on what happ. "as the nation's capi realize that individua come to our city to their first amendment . we want to make sure in a lawful, and peace manner"
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this fire broke out yesterday afternoon on jeanine lane. investigators say someone may have been working on a vintage car in the garage when the fire started. it did a quarter million in damage. virginia's abc board needs to figure out how much wi in addition to raising prices they want to modernize their systems to many more efficient. a massive building will begin shape. capitae is breaking ground on a new building in tysons corner. that is the first thing we have to a skyscraper. . good morning, eun. 470 tall. the largest office building in the tallest region.
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take a look at this artist's rendering here. it is capital one's new headquarters being located in tysons corner. it is designed by architects, a local fi. it was designed by bon haresign architects, firm it is 470 feet tall. in addition we will see retail space, a hotel. the ground breaking occurring at . reporting live in tysons corner, megan mcgrath, news 4. now back to you. thank you, megan. here are the 4 things you need to know. young kids are becoming sick after drinking energy drinks. 40% of poison calls involve kids under 6.
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nfl being independented to see whether they are abusing prescription drugs. they say specific teams are being targeted >> president obama calling the execution of peter kassig pure evil. he was murdered over the the weekend by isis. a video of the execution was posted online yesterday. . police are looking for suspects after a university of maryland student were attacked in college park. a man with a knife tried to assault her but she fought him off. and this is umbrella damon. we will have our temperatures climbing from near 40 where we are now with rain into the low to mid-50s by midafternoon. then theng low 30s tomorrow with a gusty wind. mid-30s wednesday. back into the mid-40s for highs thursday, friday, saturday. might get rain late on sunday. stay tuned. storm team 4 will have updates all day long and into the afternoon. a alexis, what's going on now? >> heavy delays southbound 270,
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old hundred road due to a disabled tractor trailer. elsewhere, 295 north seeing heavy delays in that area as well. capital street southeast near southern avenue. alexis, thank you. that is the broadcast. we appreciate you waking up with us. >> the "today" show is next with a big concert. one direction is next. they will be live from orlando for a concert and interview. dvr it for your kids. you can watch . hope you have a great day. we'll see you tomorrow. >> make it a
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