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severe storms on election day. >> we'll continue to monitor the situation. an "snl" joke crossing the line. >> this guy is kind of cool. >> the joke that's causingack sxlash the new criticism from a cast mate. hours to go before the mid-term elections. a >> billions of campaign spending and now it comes down to voters. >> that's t why presidemp is working to get out the vote in three states with very high senate races. >> and barack obama is sticking closer to home bringing doughnutsun to vers in virginia. >> we've got all the angles covered for you.
>> hoursleo go untilion day and it is clear voters are turning out. in fact the number of ear and absentee voters we've sthaep year is already dwlad woubled w saw in 2014. so now they're scrambling to get out the votes. >>rs in the h before election day, voters are breaking records, casting more th 35 million early ballots. both parties rolled out big names, hopingo seal the deal. >> thesi former prent obama lending what's left of his voice after days on the campaign trail. president trump embracing the mid-terms as aio refle of his popularity. >> a vote for republicans is a voteo continue our extraordinary prosperity, our extraordinary journey together. >> today campaigning in ohio, indiana and missouri. all states h won in 2016. and jumping into several other
races on twitter. a new nbc news "wall street journal" poll shows 59% of voters want a major change in direction from president trump. but even experts are skeptical of the polls in aid-term cycle unlike any other. >> you can't rely on the way it once was in terms of turnout or registrants or much of anything else. >> tight contests didescenng into bitter battles across the country. in georgia's race for governor, brian kemp who also oversees elections as secretary of state, trading claim of voter hacking with stacey abrams. >> he is abusing his power and he is not fit to be the governoe of the sf georgia. >> one of a dozen races so tight, it is a virtual toss-up. >> so what will it take for either party to win tomorr? 're bringing in the experts. >> you see them there. lester holt and moderator of
"meet the press" chuck todd. let's jump right into and it art with the voter turnout and the enthusiasm we're seeing all over the country. it is surging past 2014 levels. even in states where there aren't high profile races. anat do we know that who is voting? does it tell us about what to expect tomorrow night? >> i think the one hing is clear. in many ways, this is a referendum on president trump. that's why you're seeing the turnout. not only in places with tight races. the president has made it veryc r. on behalf of republican candidates, this is a vote for or againsthim. so the fact that he has put on that jacket, i think ameri is essentially wearing it. >> it was a great cop-out for someone like me. turnout will be so high. i think it months up some of the polling models we've seen. i'm not saying this is a cop-out. careful of the polls. the pollsssume sort of usual
turnout or maybe a slight increaseere or there. we're blowing the doors off the turnout in some of these states. we're going to see some unusual results tomorrow night. >> we learned about polls in 20. >> i want to talk about a couple of local races. they're two really tightre coional races in virginia in the seventh and tenth districts. which of those will u be watching most closely? and which will give an indication of which party will be most successful tomorrow night? >> the state of virginia is th best early barometer. one of my desert islands. if you could give never results of three state, virginia wld be one o them. there are four congressional seats i'm watching. there will be different gradations. you brought up the two in my home area. the tenth with barbara comstock. if they can't defeat her. the seventh featuring daverac which is closer to the richmond suburbs.
it has some parts of our viewing area. that's one of those, if democrats are winning that one, they'll win control. the question is h big of a night it is. in manyways, they are two terrific bellwethers. you watch thosetwo, we don't need any others. >> we want youch wg all night. >> with this huge turnout around the country, we'll be looking at conventional wisdom blowing up in terms of what some of the places represent now. >> how about those races that send the biggest signal? i think the missouri senate is i think, clairene mccaskill s a bit of a democratic breeze at her back. maybe notul afledged wave, if you will. not hurricane force win but probably tropical storm force winds. so i think her winning would send a a message bit for
florida. florida for me, you don't get bragging right as a national party if you don't win florida. and florida governor this year is the closest thing we have to a for the 2020 election. >> and history being made there, too.oo >> a deal. >> lester holt and chuck todd. we'll be watching tomorrow night. news4 is your go-to source for decision 2018. t oum of reporters and experts will be working for you all day on election day. tune in at 7: tomorrow night for an nbc 4 election special right aer "nbc nightly news." we'll have the early results as polls begin on close with updates right throughews4 at 11:00. new to a story developing prince george's county. police are investigating a shooting involving their 'rown. told an offichoert a springs t afternoon near joint base andrews. we're working to figure out if that suspe okay and what led
to that shooting. sh shomari stone will have the update. now an update after a little girl was electrocuted over the ctmmer. there will be insns and enforcement is stepping down. he submitted his resignation today. the agency has been under fire for failed inspeions and shoddy work at iomgm natnal work. the 6-year-old girl suffered severe electric shock after touching two charged hand railings. inspectors said failed code oversight is to blame. we are in weather alert. let's get to doug kammerer. what an ugly looking day out there. >> it really is. saw aon of rain. as we make our way, we have a lot more chanc and even a chance fors tomorrow. take a look at what we s sawrmts today. as far as the rain was concerned. we're not quite donet. still seeing some drizzle.
1.4 inches of rain in d.c. close the t inchesround the fredericksburg area. 2.37 around the patuxent area. it was n a ver nice morning and still not a very nice day. we're seeing l fht drizzle the most part. now watching another storm. and we were talking about this. we see rain today and a chance of storms tomorrow. that's what we've gota this a of storms could produce a lot of severe weather through parts of the southeada and then into our region during the day tomorrow. that's something we'll be tracking for you very closely. tomorrow, everybody trying to get out there tovo . so tracking the forecast, we'll take you hour by hour. i'll show when you they arrive and when the biggesthreats are. and then even more rain coming oter this week. much more this. still a lot to talk about and weather, yeah, we're in weather work mode again. >> all right. thanks.
happening right now, a protest underway at the university of maryland. students tre making new demands for the school's leadership after the death of football player jordan mcnair. nicole jacobs is there asking what the students are talking about. >> reporter: theha rainot stopped these students from showing up. they started this rally at what they consider the place of knowledge. the student library and they've walked here channelling to what ce of onsider the p power. the administration building. they're hoping to have their voices heard 24today. student groups and organizations are protesting the idea or even the possibility that dr. wallace loh couldta s on as president of the university. he announced last week, he would reti in june but students say the have been rumblings. that decision could be reversed. all of this hapning as coach dj durkin was reinstated as head coach last week. then fired the very next day.
the chair of the board of regents, james ady, resigned the following day. the turmoil stems from the sbreegs the heat stroke death of student jordan mcnair. today these students say mcnair's death is an unfortunate example of how poorly they say the university handled student issues >> this matters. we know all these things have been going wrong for years and we'ver the chance to make the difference. we've been ignored whole time sa this is ae to make sure we are heard. reporter: these are the three demands that students are having for this university. they say they wantlo to stick to his statement that he is ing toesign in june. they also say they want the board of regents to be institutionalized with some student influence. so essentially, they want to be able to elect the board of
regents as well as pic the president of the university. so they want more of a democracy here. d they say this is just the beginning of what they are prepared f a a long fight. back to you. >> all right. thank you. keep us posted on how things play out there. still ahead, something all rents need to ar. >> in particular, the old school parents out there. the country's top pediatricians group firming up their stance on spanking children. >> plus, a quiet virginia neighborhood shaken up after a shoot-out with police. >> shocked. a lot of stuff went down. >> what neighbors say they hea when they were getting ready for bed. >> and we've got some breaking >> and we've got some breaking details just in on amazon's h
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saying barbara comstock'sorses je"promise has turned to dust." she's trump's "unquestioning foot soldier." jennifer wexton is the "clear and convinci"" choice. art, serious and substantive" ... "ms. wexton would be a breath of fresh air" in congress. i'm jennifer wexton and i approved this message because i've worked across party lines to get things done. that's how we can fix congress and make it work for us again. e are i weather alert mode. it is a dreary day out there and tomorrow won't e anybetter. >> but doug is back in three
th a stormy election day forecast and he'll tell us when the rain lets up. >> in themeantime, we have to get to the breaking news for thn new ama headquarters, hq2 as it will be called. ill not sure where it will go and now there are reports surfacing that there could be more than one winner. wendy? >> it's like a lottery. two winners. last week we started hearing reports aman was in deep talks with virginia to write the new headquarters to crystal city.ti that may happen. but now nbc news is reporting that two cities could be the winners. amazon has reportedly decided to split the new headquarters in hos of recruiting enough tech talent. it wants to make sure one community is not overwhelmed the housing and the infrastructure needs. the "wall street journal"laays amazon to split the job right down the middle 25,000 jobs to each city. the "washington post" has
reported crystal city is one of the front-runners for the headquarters. the journal is naming new york city, a very short list. a decisiono is expected by the end of the year which is fast approaching. >> we can't wait. thanks. a shoot-out between police officers and a suspected gunman erupts in a peaceful wood bridge neighborhood. officers stay man was using a rival last night. news4's amyho is live along worrell street where it happened. what are they saying? >> reporter: yeah, some veryts scary mom last night for the people who live here. one neighbor says he was taking out the trash last night and heard a gunshot coming from that housever there. he tells me he ran back outside his house. turned off all the lights and hit the ground for cover.
>> reporter: an ambush. neighbors say they know suspect, a 29-year-old who lived with his grandparents. just went cdc. >> another neighbor bdn't want on camera. he often heard the suspect arguing and that there had been shouting coming from the house the morning of the shooting and the he noticed suspect was often stressed out. >> he was here earlier before the redskins game. and he was acting kind of weird but then he had been a lot lately. >> was he ever violent before? >> no. he was never violent. >> none of the off hurt in the shooting but neighbors say they'll never forget seeing the shooting unfold right in front of them. >> a sad memory. i have to live wh it. >> reporter: that suspect is still recovering in the hospital according to police.l we wtay on top of the story
and bring you any updates as we get them. amy cho, news4. >> thank you. we're learning some of the powerful storms that rolledt through l friday did contain tornadoes of the you're looking at some damage leftehind by a deadly ef-1 tornado. this is an amazon distribution center in baltimore. two people were killed. one person wasinjured. employees say it sounded like bombs going off as the wall collapsed. and an ef-1 tornado at the mount airy shopping kernlt. you can see the ceiling times went through roof and collapsed through thefloor. and damage throughout that store. we e saw that fridning when it rolled through. >> pretty awful. >> yeah. and neither one of those had a tornado warning associated with them. this happened whe you get the very small tornado that's come through with a very large line of thunderstorms. it is hard to pick up the
circulations that we saw. t we saw tornadoes. neither one had warnings and we did see it around the baltimore area. tomorrow, another chance for severe weather and we can't rule out a chance for tomorrow. i'm feeling a little better about it all because of the timing of that storm. right now, look at that. rain drops on monday. lots of them for sure. it is raining right venow. light rain. we continue to see that rain. out there right now, look at the numbers. on the cool side. 48 in leesburg. a little temperature difference here from east to west and that will be the case tomorrow, too. not much in the way of rain on utthe radar b this is all very low in the atmosphere. drizzle, not being able to be picked uy the radar. you can see that rain moving up.
the steadiest rain moving out but sti some drizzle around the region. that's what we saw today. an incho an inch and a half of rain. not a lot of severe weather the next storm, or even strong thunderstorms. but this is supposed tbe what could be an outbreak later today. a severe weather outbreak. maybe even a tornadic outbreak. here's the severe weather outlook today and for later this evening. we're going to see some severe weather. this iwhat we could se this includes the nashville area. for later today and tonight. tomorrow, that shift moves to our area. and we'rencluding partsf southern maryland, the del marva area. it is called a marginal risk, meaning maybe a couple of stronger storms. any time you see the yellow, a
slight risk, we do have a good chance for severe weather in our area. this is something we'll be watching very closely. tomorrow is the day we get out to vote,lection day. look at what the weather looks like. by7: , 8:00, we've got some heavier downpours. notice by 10:00 a.m., here's the oune. this comes t d.c. metro area around 11:30 tomorrow morning. if you're out there to go out and vote and you're outside and this com through, w could see some 30, 40-mile-an-hour winds. this is going to be something that comes thrgh very, very quickly rrto. 69 degrees tomorrow. possible severe weather. 65 on wednesday. 56 on thursday. and then another chance of rain coming up on friday. again, we'll take a muchr clo look at the forecast for when
we're that's coming up in a bit. one of "snl's" most high profile stars is having a rough couple of weeks. personally and professionally. >> comingp next, comedy is a tight rope tight rope to execute a search warrant when wor an arrest warrant, we'd line up and we'd put our hand on the shoulder of the person in front of us. you always knew who had your back. with all theoney in politics, it's hard to say who has our backs. i worked in federal law enforcement and at cia servinthe american people, not special interests. i'm abigail spanberger. i won't take money from corporate pacs because in congress, i'll always have your back, a and that's whyrove this message. i waso i'm used tor, getting to work early. now i have a general practice, with a lot of patients who are counting on me. many of them worry about president trump taking away protections for pre-existing conditions.
and women are frightened they could lose reproductive health care. it's why i'm glad i havea. ben is a national leader who's protecting obamacare from president trump. he's my friend ben. i hope he's your friend, too. i'm ben cardin and i approved this message. he turnebusinessman. naacp. ben jealous. "marylander ofedhe year". endoy president obama for his "vision, experience and courage to move maryland forward.": ben's visidicare-for-all, fullfund our schools, and an economy that works for working people. the sun says jealous has "the stature and gravitas" lead maryland. we can do much better on jobs, hcon education, on heae. but it means we've got to believe in each other. ben jealous. governor. there arepatrick morriseyes ifiled a lawsuit. foto take away protectionspe with pre-existing conditions. i voted to protect them. as a washington loyist for opioid companies.
saturday night live cast member pete davidson is facing back lash for a joke heab made t a candidate. >> he was mocking someone on his appearance. >> one was dan crenshaw, a republican, who lost his eye while servings a navy s.e.a.l. in afghanistan. cool.is guy is kind of dan crenshaw. >> come on, man. >> hold on. you may be surprised to hear as he congressional candidate from texas and not a hitman and a porno movie.
i'm sorry. i know he lost his eye in war or whatever. >> crenshaw responded tweeting, quote, i hope nbc "snl" recognizes that vets don't deserveo see their wounds as puh lines for jokes. >> kit, what's the latest? >> , lets talk about the pete thing. clearly not funny and i think a lot of people realized that. i ink comedians vacillate between trying to be funny and arrelevant. ass his relationship with arianna, she released h single 30 minutes before "snl." if you've been following the whole on again k-br. and they're right there in the lyrics. she sings, even almost got married and for pete, i'm so thankful. and then here's how he addressed the brk-up. >> some of are you curious about the break-up. the truth is it is nobody's
business and sometimes things don't work out and it's okay. she is a wonderful strong person and i genuinely wish her all the harliest in the now please go vote o tuesday. >> pete davidson, everybody! w what do you think? it is interestin they first got together, they were staying out of the press and now they're talking about this break-up, both o them, so much. >> yeah. i think they're young. they have on grow up. >> they need is wisdom. >> i wastracted by the bluish white hair or whatever he was trying on pull off. t old gray hair. i'm not sure. did you hear the news about the spice girls? >> yeah. what is this about a reunion? >> leon and pat, i know you'rut excited athis. one of the biggest girl groups of the 1990s. it is official. they're going to reunite for the first tour in a decade. 4/5 of them are coming together. there will be no posh. >> here's the announcement.
♪ ♪ la la la >> the spice girls wit the shock announcement. >> that kind of gets me firedup who is with me? nuts.tudio is going we're looking back at the 90s and tonight we're looking at back street and in sync. wait. get in here. pat and leon, especially you, leon, what's coming up at's what you say. what's coming up, leon? >> we can't remember. >> wrap it up. >> mt's onlyday and you're already out of control. >> we are! >> we'll check iflater. >> bye, guys. >> thank you all. >> it's the final stretch here. >> it is. and across the country,
candides are making their final push for election day. in>> and h the rain won't in>> and h the rain won't dave brat said he'd vote to reduce the deficit. i'm abigail spanberger, and i approve this message. but instead, he voted to incrse it by $1.9 trillion.wh brat went washington, taking hundreds of thousands from big drug companies, wall street banks, and other corporate special interests and voting to give his big corporate donors big tax breaks, making the next generation pay. dave brat went washington, and all we got was the bill. i believi've heard storiesnt from people across virginiaing. ta that have moved me t action on veterans unemployment,
the opioid epidemic, and pediatric healthcare. but we can't make progress when we're divided, when our leaders pit us against each other for political gain. in the senate, i'll always listen to you and focus on solving problems thattoatter to virginia anmerica. i'm tim kaine, and i approve this message. os saying barbara comstock'ss je"promise has turned to dust." she's trump'fos "unquestionig soldier." jennifer wexton is the ci "clear and convinng" choice. "smart, serious and substantive" ... "ms. wexton would be a breath of fresh air" in congress. and i approved this messagebe use i've worked across party lines to get things done. that's how we can fix congress and make it work for us again. just hours to go until
election day. we'll bring you the very latest to see what the coming years will bring. >> reporter: campaign volunteers in northern virginia hitting the streets, pupped up today. the final push before election gday after they a vip visit and a pep talkrom the former president. >> former president barack obama were really for the cheers for the doughnuts he delivered. jennifer weapons inspectiont jennifer wexton is trying -- >> i am so excited tmpbe gning and helping out jennifer. who is part is of this wave of
remarkable can seeing all across the country. lord knows we need more women in charge. >> her campaign callinger an independent fighter who brought tax cuts. and her campaign manager issuing a statement. jennifer wexton has made it clearhe would be a follower of the obama/pelosi era of tax increases is that the anemic 1.8% growth that obama left us with. polls are showing hogan with e lead. gel us is saying with higher earning morning turnout and mor folks participating in the mid-term than normally, he nlieves he has opportunity to win the race. if hogan does win, he will be the first rcan governor to have a second term since if jealous wins, he will be the first african-american governor in maryland.
>> all the things happeng righ now. i don't trust the republican party. so that's very simple. even though i do not know jealous ai should. >> i like larry hogan but i think jealous makes lotd of g points and i wish him well in the future of politics but right now i'm sticking with hogan. >> reporter: polls show hogan with a double digit lead but folks say with the high voter turnout, he believes he can win. >> reporter: just before the votes begin tomorrow morning, patrick morrissey, the challenger in the senate, he has volunteers working the phones, trying on find what remainse i decided areas. riders in davidson
martinsburg today. we went through berkeley springs and found some undecided voters and found work places divided. half supporting morrissey. half supporting the incumbent. >> does everyone here agree? >> no, no. t're all over place. >> i think lots of peopleinave open and are persuade nabl all places. for now in jefferson county. news4. if you did not vote early, tomorrow is your last chance. a number of companies are they know customers and the working know customers and the working workers get to the
i'm tim kainge and i approve this mes because if we ask our kids to say these words...dr teacher and ch: ...one nation under god, indivisible... ...we have to be willing to live by them. teacher and children: ...and justice for all. i i've heard stories from people across virginiaart . that have moved me to takeymact, the opioid epidemic, and pediatric healthcare. but we can't make progress when we're divided,
when our leaders pit us against each other for political gain. in the senate, i'll always listen to you and focus on solving problems when our leaders pit us against each other for political gain. that matter to virginia and to arica. i'm tim kaine, and i approve this message. here is a news4 i-team investigation every parent should watch. some kids are using uber tea out after their parents
fall asleep. scott reports and the i-team shows us, even middle schoolers are doing this. sometimes with no way to track them. >> reporter: late night near bars and irestaurants,is not uncommon to see a line of uberc lined up ready to bring people home. but on the darts str in the suburbs, the news4 i-team discovered some drivers are picking up middle school kids. >> how many of you have taken an uber late at night? all of you. >> reporter: policy requires passengers be at least 18 years old and thes company s it will investigate any complaints about drivers doing so. but these middle schoolers told their friends often sneak out of the house after midnight and use the ride sharing app. >> i would say most teenagers use to it sndak out go other places and places they're not supposed to be. >> reporter: parentslerted the i-team about what's happening. >> what is an uber driver
thinking as he pulls up to a dark home at 2:00 in the morning and a little g l comesout? >> and we saw for ourselves, going undercover with this mom and her 13-year-old daughter. >> what kind of a car is he driving? >> using a tracking devices as he calls for uber after uber. >> iy didn't think children could do it because they don't heve credit cards. >> reporter: but's a way to use the app without a credit card. and tonight, the one place the driver took girl we never expected. for now, news4 i-team. >> that could be a problem for parents. and here's an issue for debate among parents. how to discipline your children. now doctors are hardening their stance. for the first time the american academy of pediatrics is issuing anupdated policy saying spank kg increase aggression in young children. new evidence suggests could it impact your child's brain
development.in ead they recommend healthy forms of discipline like the time-out method for young children, positive reinforcement and for older children, allowing the natural csequences of bad behavior to play out. eight middle school students are recovering after a crash. and dreary day across the and dreary day across the area and tomorrow won't there arepatrick morriseyes ifiled a lawsuit. to take away protectio for people witi voted to protectditions.e morrisey got rich as a washington lobbyist for opioid companies. my work as your senator took a billion opioid pills off the street. morrisey is simply a "yes" man
for the drug companies and the political bosses. i'm considered the most independent senator in washington. i'm joe manchin, and i approve this message. to execute a search warrant when wor an arrest warrant, we'd line up and we'd put our hand on the shoulder of the person in front of us. you always knew who had your back. with all the money in politics, it's hard to say who has our backs. i worked in federal law enforcement and at c not special interests. i'm abail spanberger. i won't take money from corporate pacs because in congress, i'll always have your back, and that's why i approve this message.
i'm prnnifer wexton, and i e this message. seen barbara comstock's fake ad? er jennif wexton backed a deal leading to massive tolls on 66.. nonsen jennifer wexton fought the tolls on 66. t and let's cahis plan what it is, the way that it's been rolled out. r it's highwbery. there's also healthcare robbery. barbara comstock voted to sabotageo the healthcare market, hiking premiums up to 64%. barbara trumpsck -- everything that's wrong in washington. i waso i'm used tor, getting to work early. now i have general practice, with a lot of patients who are counting ome. many of them worry about president trump taking away protections for pre-existing conditions. and women are frightened they could lose reproductive health care. it's why i'm glad i enve a friend named b ben is a national leader
who's protecting obamacare from president trump. he's my friend ben. i hope he's your friend, too. i'm ben cardin and i approved this message. four things to know. let's get you caught up this afternoon. hours to go before the polls open before the mid-terms. >> millions ofeople have already cast their ballots ahead
of election day. in fact, vot enthusiasm is here and across the country is erging. in s cases, the number of people who voted early have doubled the numbers in 2014. we'll break down all the big races coming up at 5:00. we are following some breaking news in prince george's county. an officer has sho a suspect in camp springs. there are live pictures we'll show you frone the s not far from joint base andrews. no officers were injured. shomari stone will have the story at 5:00 > this is the the head of the inspections. a 6-year-old girl was electrocuted at mgm national harbor in june. he submitted his resignation today. happening right now in college park. students at the university of maryland protesting their
school's president dr. wallace loh. the group says they do not obelieve he should stay as president in the wake of the death of football player jordan mcnair. loh had announced last week that he would retiren june a group of middle school students are recovering after a scary school bus crash. >> the school bus crashed into a dump truck this morning. adam tuss talked on frightened parents s after the crash. >> looking at the front of the bus, it iszi a that anyone walked away without serious injuries. 39 kids on the bus total and the driver, nine children and the driver ten to the hospital just with minor injuries. the school bus was on i way to the middle school. >> reporter: she found her daughter. she was ok >> i want to go home and hug her. give her some food. just spend time with her. >> reporte b you can see the
is still being worked. a eot of front damage. you can see the curve is a bit tricky and that could have played a part in the crash. >> slick roads. we'll see what happens. >> reporter: sherman, the general manager of the truck company involved, says the back of the truck likelynded up in the lane. there were two workers in the truck. both a okay. >> his blood pressure was a little high. they're ting h in for observation. >> reporter: on this guy this welyher, t fortunate this crash didn't end up worse. news4. >>s tha for sure. do me a favor. tell me, what city is this? can you tell me is the. >> that's downtown london. >> yeah. we're now in the sixth place for wettest all time as far as the year is concerned.
we've had so much rain from may all the way until now. it like another chance tomorrow and into the day friday, too. the rain just continues. over an inch. close to an inch and a half ofi and right now we're still seeing rain. mostly on the very light side. this is really just drizzle that we're seeing out there. we're in weather alert mode. not for what we have but for what'soming up. that one is out of here. what's left behin is the low clouds. the area of izzle. the weather alert tomorrow, tomorrow it is all about getting out to vote but look what's coming. we have a line of storms. it could become strong to severe and thenove our way as a potential for severe weather during the day tomorrow. here we ar at 6:00 a.m. if you're getting out early, mornin8:00 in the and notice we have some showers. i don't expect much in the way of rumbles of thunder. if you're going to vote, take umbrella.
you may need it. some of those s,li make sure you're ready for them. by 10:00 a.m., lookingt some shower activity. watch this line. nddu sg socoitul youe making your way i around 11:30, it looks like chance of strong winds. maybe 40 onil 50 an hour with this line as it moves through. it moves to the south around 1:30 in the afternoon. if you're going to vote, there are okay times to get out there and do what we can expect tomorrow. a huge day weather. wi >> yeah. absolutely. >> we're really focused on the time period. it won't be raining the entire time. as the line moves through, it could bring with it some severe weather. we mean the potential for some very heavy rain that could lead soted flooding before the a low to moderate risk of that. especially after all the rain. and then some gusts 40 to 50 miles an hour.
't could lead to win damage. and we c rule out an isolated tornado tomorrow. very similar tohat we saw friday evening. it was not a guarantee. we have to mentionk that r because it is there. here's the thunderstorm timing.l 8:00 u 10:00 a.m. really low risk. just some showers. maybe some heavier rain. we've seen a moderate to high risk between 10:00 sxam 2:00 p.m. we see the severe weather threat drop off as we head into the late afternoon and evening time. you can see it is absolutely non ll day rain. so going out to vote for the most part, the weathers certainly cooperating. and we're giving you guidelines on when to get out. we're not suggestinger the wea should keep you home by any means but some seve weather is possible. the best chance for that is around the midday. ho and then we are looking at more rain this week. specially on friday.n latere guy some heavy
rain, could return to the area. so far, thiis theixth wettest year on record and we still have two more months of the year to go. so doug, tomorrow morning tlurgs midday hours. we're tracking wet roadt ry roads out there and then we stay try wednesday and thursd. >> it does look like the best time to vote would be tomorrow afternooo the evening. a lot of the polls staying open later. 55 on wednesday. 56, cooler on thursday. rain on friday. and some of the rain on friday could be heavy. maybe some thunderstorms. much cooler for the weekend. highs only around 49. i say much cooler. it is downright cold next week. the first real shot of atic air. the first freeze in d.c., that puts most aas in the 20s next wednesday and thursday morning. >> oh! >> here it comes. a local singer competing on
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