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temperatures even more. and we've been telling you about the big drop in temperatures and tonight we are definitely feeling it. it is a bitterly cold saturday night. but that didn't stop many of you from going out today. we've got some video of folks bundled up, trying to stay as warm as they could around the verizon center in northwest. the winds being blamed for a branch hitting and critically injuring a young woman in montgomery county. we're going to have more on that story in just a minute. first, with he get to storm you can expect tonight and into tomorrow. >> right now you're looking at the current wind gusts across the area, anywhere from 20 to 30 miles per hour. we'll continue to track strong winds overnight tonight and throughout the day tomorrow. so take a look at this map. everybody is under a wind advisory. that's going to run through late tomorrow for gusts at times over 40 miles per hour. the winds will be especially strong tomorrow afternoon.
miles per hour. with winds this strong we are going to continue to track some wind damage across the area. a lot of leaves coming off of the trees and some spotty power outages, as well. tom kierein let me know the power out at his home. he'll be here tomorrow morning updating the forecast. right now this is how cold it feels outside, feeling like 35 in washington. 31 in frederick, 32 in silver string and 34 degrees in the tomorrow morning, it will feel like 20s. i'll walk you through your forecast, hour by hour. and guys, the winds still strong on monday. wait until you see what you can expect monday morning at 11:15, erika. >> thanks, amelia. the strong wind gusts, so dangerous, a young woman, in fact, in the hospital tonight, critically hurt after a branch fell on her earlier this afternoon. montgomery county rescue officials say she was walking in the woods behind the cabin john
came down. you can track the forecast even when you're not watching us right now. you can just download it in the nbc washington app and watch the latest weather updates and monitor the weather in your neighborhood with our interactive radar. a chaotic scene this afternoon outside the ronald reagan building in the district. police blocking off parts of the streets for demonstrators, angry the national policy institute and alt-right group holding a conference here today. darcy spencer live outside the reagan building with the clashes. darcy? >> reporter: erika, those protests are over and the conference is just wrapping up here at the reagan building. and tonight the mayor weighed in.
>> reporter: close up against a meeting of white nationalists outside the reagan building downtown led to two people being detained. one man blooded. police took two people away in handcuffs. the protesters demonstrating outside the national policy institute meeting. the group, a white nationalist associated with white supremacy. the southern poverty law center a hate group part of t an announcement for the conference on the institute website says the last 12 months might be remembered as the year of donald trump, and the year of the alt-right. it was a time when more people joined our movement than ever before. and when our ideas began invading the mainstream. the protests were largely peaceful. demonstrates holding signs that
unamerican". addressing rising racial tensions and hate crimes this afternoon. >> it's alarming and i think it represents our country going backwards, not forward. or it may mean that simmering tensions are now -- people feel emboldened to demonstrate some long-held beliefs. >> reporter: the mayor also said that because of some of these hate-related incidents, some d.c. residents may unsafe. coming to downtown for inauguration day. erika, back to you. >> darcy spencer, thank you. meanwhile, the controversial former chancellor may be in the mix. she met with the president-elect today. she was having battles with charter schools. she wasn't the only big name to get some time with trump. chris pollone with the
>> reporter: the trump transition kicking into high gear over the weekend. the president-elect meeting with more than a half dozen people saturday as he tries to round out his administration. among them, former massachusetts governor, mitt romney, who led a blistering effort to defeat trump during the campaign. >> >> here's what i know. donald trump is a phony, a fraud. >> reporter: the pair buried the hatchette in a meeting, romney mentioned as a pick for potential secretary of state but t as an exchange of meetings. >> appreciate the chance to speak with the president-elect, and look forward to the coming administration. >> reporter: trump has announced his picks for attorney general, national security adviser and cia director. but has been coy about whether more announcements are imminent. sunday, financial governor chris christie and former new york city mayor rudy guiliani expected to meet with trump.
morning, taking aim at the cast of the broadway musical, "hamilton." mike pence attended the show friday night. from the stage, the cast asked him to represent all americans. >> we are are the diverse america who are alarmed and anxious your new administration will not protect us. >> reporter: trump demanded an apology and said pence was harassed. >> a cast member responded that conversation isn't harassment. chris pollone, nbc news, new york. county. police looking for the man who they say set a woman on fire today. his name is lewis reid. the victim, a 64-year-old woman, so badly burned, she may not survive. this happened at their home in the wood lawn neighborhood. police say she and reid got into an argument and then he set her on fire. officers arrived at the house at about 2:00 in the morning on
unruly person. police consider reid to be dangerous. >> considering what we think he did at the home, i would say, yes, of course, he's a dangerous person. in terms of an overt threat to public safety, again, i want folks to use caution. i certainly don't want them to approach him. if they see him, please just call us and let us know where. >> police say they responded to the couple's home for a domestic situation in the past. amelia shows us what is so special about this satellite launch. and we have all talked to each other about the presidential election. but you probably never talked to but you probably never talked to somebody like this. no matter how the markets change... but you probably never talked to somebody like this. at t. rowe price... our disciplined approach remains. global markets may be uncertain... but you can feel confident in our investment experience around the world. call us or your advisor... t. rowe price. invest with confidence.
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so this next story getting shared a lot on our nbc washington facebook page after vice president-elect mike pence's cold reception during "hamilton" last night. some trump but people are wondering if you can actually boycott a show with super expensive tickets that are really hard to get. ? la la la la ? >> all right. so if you are ever in atlanta over the course of the next four years, and you happen to run into this guy, don't tell him who won the presidential election. he doesn't want to know. joe chandler could be one of the
results of the presidential election. this all started with chandler needing a breather, he says, from the divisive campaign. he's a cartoonist and spends a lot of time at home. so chandler took a 24-hour break from politics after election night, and then he just, you know, kept going with it. so he wears headphones when he goes out in public and then he puts on a polite sign telling people to please keep the results to themselves. >> when i approach people, i'll say, listen, before we begin the conversation, i don't know who won, please don't tell me. >> so far, people have honored his request. chandler says he's going to try to keep this up until the next election, 2020. good luck, man. next on news4, the incredible surprise that had that basketball player jumping for joy! and we want to show you a live
he gets a lot of compliments. he wears his army hat, walks around with his army shirt looking all nice. and then people just say, and i'm like, that's my dad. male vo: no one deserves a warmer welcome home. that's why we're hiring 10,000 members of the military community by the end of 2017. i'm very proud of him.
here's a live look right now at union station, where the flag just whipping in the wind in minutes. my forecast. we're going to be talking about how long these winds stay gusty and taking a peek ahead to thanksgiving. our lives have been enriched by her presence, her absence will diminish us. those words today from former u.s. attorney general, eric
thousands gathering to celebrate her life at the metropolitan church in d.c. eiffel she started her career as the co anchor and managing editor of the pbs news hour until her death monday. good gwen ifill died of cancer. fair oaks mall hopped early today to let kids with the normal crowds can be overwhelming. fairfax parents say the calm environment let the kids have their moment with santa. nbc 4 is working for you in the community to help children fine forever teams. today marked the district's 30th annual adoption day. 20 adoptions finalized this
adopting a child. it's a cause that's very close to our own barbara harrison's heart. she was the one speaking at today's event there. >> as many have said, all kids can be a handful at times, but a heart full of joy. >> you may know our own melissa melai adopted a baby girl. you can watch her story. just search all right. switching gears now to the weather. what a change. i was out walking around today, and you almost felt like you were being pushed along by the wind. and all of the leaves. >> we have been talking about this change all week from 72 to temperatures feeling like they're in the 30s right now. more on the forecast in a moment. first, something myself and everybody here at storm team 4 is very excited about. we have an update for you on the new high-tech tool that's going
nasa successfully launched the gosar satellite tonight. the most advanced satellite. and both scientists and meteorologists, like i said, were all excited because of all of the new technology it's going to bring. >> so gets pictures of weather going on over the united states every 30 seconds. today it's like every five minutes. >> weather satellites help us see snowstorms, hurricanes, severe so we rely on them for our forecasts. the satellite is really good at tracking lightning and we hope this data will allow us to issue warnings for severe weather. for instance, tornado warnings. i was speaking with one of the scientists. he suspects we'll go from a 13-minute lead time to potentially a 20-minute lead time. >> i was about to say, that could be life-saving.
when it transmits the weather information, we'll love it. >> thanks amelia. speaking of weather, no, no. no, no, no. i have to tell you about what we are doing tomorrow at fedexfield. >> tomorrow night, we have so much going on tonight -- the coolest air of the season and we have some of our members of storm team 4 down at fedexfield tomorrow night. so make sure you pop by ask say hi to doug, chuck, and lauren, initiative. let's get you through the weather hid lines. strong winds not only tomorrow night and tomorrow but monday, as well. it's going to be cold as we look to tuesday and wednesday. cool out there and right now thinking about thanksgiving. there is a chance for some light showers, especially during the first half of the day. take a look at current temperatures right now. generally in the 40s. 43 in washington. already down, though, to 39 in
this is tomorrow morning, about 28 in washington. it 2 in frederick, as well as manassas. very cold tomorrow morning. 37 at about 7:00 a.m. by lunch time in the mid 3040s. a high of only 49 degrees. if you are headed out to fedexfield, in the 20s and 30s. too windy for yard work. exercise, you definitely want the gloves and hat. i' ten days. monday, cold, 46. head to my facebook and twitter pages for the feels-like temperatures on monday morning. tuesday, it's breezy, not windy. a high around 50. as we look to wednesday, a high of 53. the chance for some showers here on thanksgiving, and if you're traveling to the middle part of the country on wednesday, rain out that way.
family. this mom and brother weren't expecting to see their marine home for thanksgiving. the corporal surprised them during a pep rally at his old high school yesterday. he says he hasn't been back to texas in about three years. i could watch these all day long. a beautiful story. john wall, bradley beal, put on a show for the wizards tonight. but was it enough to beat the
ending a three-game skid but a long time back from their 3-8 start. that quest continued tonight as they try to beat the heat. less than two minutes ago, wizards down by 11. beal gets the rock and cuts the deficit to single digits. this one, not over just yet. 41 seconds left in the game. john wall's turn. he had five of his six three-pointers. this one pulls the within five. 15 seconds left. now beal to make it a one-possession game! no good. wizards in the game on a 20-6 run. wall and beal come on to score 68 points. wasn't enough. wizards lose 114-111. maryland looking to become bowl-eligible with a win against 18th ranked nebraska. however, they couldn't stop that guy.
back scored three touchdowns. nebraska wins 28-7. navy making up their game against east carolina, postponed due to hurricane matthew. it was an easy day for the midshipmen. navy rush for 480 yards and nine touchdowns! all on the ground. you won't lose when you do that. navy wins big. 66-31 moment first-ever meeting between virginia tech and notre dame, seen right here on nbc 4. evans and the hokies found the final 32 minutes to lead south bend with the comeback victory. wcac championship on the maryland campus. st. john's looking to knock off undefeated dematha. cadets jump out to a big lead early. hill finds jarrett. st. john's up by 15. going into the fourth quarter. the stacks come back. under five to play.
29-21 game. dematha adds another touchdown. english finds miles. four straight wcac titles with a 34-29 comeback win. >> boom! >> we're never going to quit. the theme for this game coming in and the pregame speech was never stop swinging and that's never going to quit on anybody, any of our teammates or anything. and that's what i love about this game. >> truly the dematha way. we never give up until, you know, it's over. and once again, we fought through and found a way to get it done. >> kirk cousins having a great season. he sees this week's opponent, aaron rodgers. cousins reminded of a guy that booted him out of the playoffs last year, has an mvp and a super bowl ring.
accolades his counterpart possesses. >> a joy to watch, so talented, a combination of mental quickness, foot quickness and arm quickness that i think separates him from the majority of the guys even at the nfl level. you know, fortunately, i don't have to worry about trying to contain him or stop him. but at the same time, we know we've got to put a lot of points to have a chance. >> erika, back to you. >> thanks, chris. hat's ourt afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine.
passionate about them. just saw one very nice tweet saying they were, um, they were great for our nation and the future of our children. >> tremendous. who sent that? >> david duke. [ laughter ] cap i say something? i want to thank you for all you've done, i wouldn't be president without you. >> i think about that every day. [ laughter ] also the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff is you remember general dunlap? >> there he is. >> thanks for coming, general. >> my pleasure, sir. thought we could take a moment to discuss strategy before your upcoming term. >> sure. >> we've been stuck fighting isis inialal news stra for six years now. when we found out that you had a secret plan it really energized us. >> that's right. a plan. very secret. [ laughter ] >> well, whatever it is, we're really looking forward to