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windows your computer, the worst you will be at it. >> reporter: researchers say that multitaskers also tend to be more impulsive and sensation seeking. i'm hope woodside. fox news, utah. >> all right. let's get you caught up with all the delays, the major delays this morning. the federal government, opm is asking federal twoarkz stay off the roads until 10:00 a.m. with federal offices in the d.c. area opening at noon today. federal employees have the option for unscheduled leave or unscheduled telework. -- asking federal workers to stay off the roads until 10:00 a.m. >> there is a two-hour delay for d.c. public schools. essential personnel must report on time. >> and in virginia, stafford county public schools are delayed two hours with no a.m. pre-school classes and we've just heard from schools in montgomery county, maryland. they are delayed for two hours. there are a number of private schools also, local governments and businesses that have changed their status today.
you can see all of this at the bottom of the screen. can you catch up with all the information on myfoxdc.com. good morning. straight up 5:00 right now on monday, january 28th. good morning. i'm sarah simmons. >> i'm wisdom martin. welcome to fox 5 morning muse. this is a live look outside out there. >> you can see melanie out there. >> with an umbrella. she is getting ready to do a report apparently. >> we have a lot to talk about as far as the weather is concerned. >> you can see it coming down out there in sterling, virginia in melanie's shot. gwen, it is already coming down in a lot of different areas. >> it will be a messy commute. you might want to leave a little bit earlier but more importantly take your time on those roads. it will be a little slick out there especially on untreated roads and sidewalks if you are walking anywhere also. let's begin with the fox 5 accu-
weather radar and show you where things are right now. it is starting to fill in. we have a little bit of light snow in ts as well if you take alook along the line of northwest d.c. stretching its way over towards ocean city. you can see a little bit of light snow activity going on and all that tching is a mixture of sleet and freezing rain. -- and all that pink is a mixture of sleet and freezing rain. it doesn't help the conditions very much at all. it is still going to be messy and still kind of aggravating for you as you try to get around. but once again, this will continue throughout the course of the morning hours and change into rain in parts of the afternoon. so let's go to our weather maps. we'll show you where we have a winter weather advisory. garrett county is under a winter warning with about an
inch of ice or snow. 4degrees at reagan national airport. 32 at dulles. 32 at bwi thurgood marshall and it is just a messy mix today. i know you have more cancellations to talk about. i'm not surprised. >> it is alexandria public schools on a two-hour delay. >> they are coming in just as we're on the air. so stay tuned with us. also myfoxdc.com. let's check in with julie wright and get the latest on our traffic situation out there. how is it look right now. >> a lot of tweets are coming in. thank you, guy, so much for giving us the update. give me the tweet before you leave home or once you arrive at the office safely. that i appreciate. we are getting a number of tweets coming in. craig said driving right through it right now in waldorf. it was coming down. now, it is one continuous sheet of ice it looks like traveling by 301. icy conditions already reported there. to the west as we mentioned
earlier out in winchester and leesburg, icy conditions reported in manassas for those travel ago long 66. be careful coming in out of haymarket and marshall. traveling inbound and trying to work your way up to the capital beltway. again, southbound 270, not a bad ride so far. my trip in, nice and dry. i noticed a number of salt trucks ready to put out that salt. right now, southbound 270 still in the clear. no issues reported headed out towards rockville. top stretch of the beltway incident-fidel castro as welcoming from new hampshire avenue headed over towards 270. we were getting some mixed reports bay water main break along connecticut avenue. it is there and that is what is
blocking the highway cop -- connecticut avenue to knowles avenue. >> we are expecting to see some icy conditions today and melanie alnwick is live in sterling, virginia with the latest on the situation out there. we saw you getting ready earlier with the umbrella. give us an update on how things are right now. >> it is hard to know whether you need an umbrella or what you will need because it keeps thaipging over. at one point, it looked like the rain was just coming down so hard, it was as if someone was almost spraying a garden hose in front of our camera and now it has changed back over a little bit more to the sleet that is coming down. it just keeps going back and forth. travel right here on route 7 steams to be going just fine at this hour. a surprising number of cars that keep going by here. it really just looks like those roads at this point are wet. but i can tell you that along some of the curbs, the immediate yaps, the grassy areas where the sleet has come
down, it is definitely getting very slick so i would caution people as they head out, perhaps the road might be okay for you if it has been treated at this point but you have to be careful once the stuff really starts to stick on the sidewalks and on the parking lots and any of those paths that you may have to cross by foot. virginia has been updating its weather conditions. you can go on twitter at 511 virginia. fairfax county, loudoun county, still reporting wet road conditions but, as julie has been reporting, in the southern parts of the county, southern and western stafford, fauquier and spotsylvania, they are seeing icy patches at this point. maryland is also letting people know on md 511.
org. check the road conditions. that is what everybody is saying before you head out. remember, you can track the weather where you live. share your photos, your weather photos and more with the fox 5 weather app. download it on your droid, ipad or iphone. search for d.c. weather in the app store. and now to a developing story out of brazil this morning. officials continue to investigate the cause of a deadly nightclub fire. at least 230 people were killed and hundreds more hurt. winnipegs say the fire was spark bud a flare or a firework set off by a band member inside the club. officials say one of the exits was locked trapping the victims inside. most of them died from smoke inhalation. many university students were signed the club for a fundraiser to help with graduation expenses. expenses. new this morning, immigration reform in the u.s. is set to take another step
forward today. a bipartisan group of senators is expected to announce an agreement on overhauling legislation covering everything from border security to citizenship. president obama has already voiced support for immigration reform. coming up next, think of it as a very public exit interview. secretary of state hillary clinton reflects on her time on the job with president obama by her side. >> i saw some of that. it was pretty interesting interview. we'll also keep an eye on the potential for an icy morning commute. remember, you can get the latest list of closings and delays at the bottom of your screen and you can also check it out on myfoxdc.com. time now is 5:08. we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] pillsbury grands biscuits.
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10:00 a.m. with federal offices opening at noon today. >> as far as the schools go, d.c. public schools and offices will be open two hours late today. essential personnel must report on time. in maryland, montgomery county public schools are on a two- hour delay. >> and in virginia, arlington county schools are closed today. alexandria city schools are on a two-hour delay. also a two-hour delay for stafford county public schools. there will nobody a.m. preschool classes in stafford county and warren county schools are on a two-hour delay as well. there are a number of private schools, also local governments and businesses that have changed their status today. you can see those at the bottom of your screen and on myfoxdc.com. >> loudoun county schools are closed today as well. that has just come in. so here we go. >> here we go. that's right. it is not going to get any better. because this is all moving its way to the east and it will continue into the course of our
morning hours so we've got freezing rain, we've got sleet and i afew flurries out there in some of our neighborhoods and a little bit of rainfall. >> let's get right to it. we'll show you where things are happening right now. we've got all kind of stuff going on. so you can see that we do have some areas that have a little bit of light snow. just not a lot that is accumulating here at all but if you take a look at this line here, this is all light snow to areas of the east across delmarva. we have this pink which is a mixture of sleet and freezing rain. this is all going to fill in and move toward the east so if you haven't gotten anything yet, it is coming, trust me on that. we'll see into the course of the day, this will start to change into rain. so throughout the course of this morning, it will be a really macey commute for you. do be careful especially on untreated overpasses, bridges as well as sidewalks and some of those roads, it could be
really slick for you. we do have a winter weather advisory in effect. i think i just clicked past it but that income bases the whole entire area until 10:00 this morning and with sleet and freezing rain and then garrett county maryland is under a winter storm warning and about 1 inch of snow anticipated there. 34degrees at reagan national airport. 30 at gaithersburg. 34 for manassas. 3 # at dulles. 3 # at winchester and temperature are going to actually rise into the low 40s into the course of today. but here is some of what you can anticipate. surface temperatures will remain below freezing. sleet and freezing rain as we just showed you. it will become all rain by this afternoon but also into this evening anticipate some fog. so that is going to be another issue with visibility and only minor ice accumulation is associated with this. we are actually dealing with a ridge of high pressure that is pulling out and behind it, we
have the warm front with the low pressure system moving in. that is setting us up for the very active weather. the freezing rain will change to rain by the afternoon hours. the early part expected to be on the wet side before we start to get into mainly just a little bit of a break. not a total washout into the course of the affect. this is one particular model showing us by the time we hit into the 6:00 hour, we are really in the mix of things. the rain is behind t you can see the rain starting to fill in before we get a break into the course of tonight. let's check in now with traffic with julie wright. >> all right. already starting to hear from a lot of folk around the listening and viewing area about the icy conditions that they are encountering. craig said icy conditions for his commute traveling through waldorf so heads up along 301 and 5 trying to make your way out towards brandywine and out to the capital beltway. make sure you have plenty of wiper fluid. not a bad idea to top that off
before you leave home. may need an ice scraper today. we're also hearing of icy conditions out in winchester and leesburg. icy conditions reported down in stafford along 610 and 95. accident reported before you reach quantico. that wreck already pulled to the shoulder. northbound 395 coming across the 14th street bridge. doing the bridge check here because the bridges, ramps and overpasses freeze before anything else. some have been pretreated for you. here we are live at the american legion bridge with traffic continuing to travel with ease. no mention of any problems at this time here but that will change as our morning drive continues on. kenilworth avenue head southbound leaving the d.c. line. you will find the water main break still tying up your
commute along connecticut avenue south of the beltway down to knowles avenue. other than that, we are quiet on the incident front but we are keeping a close eye on this weather. so again, allow extra time outbound on roads. slow down and don't forget the ice scraper and the windshield wiper fluid. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. we have more information to pass along thank you. bridge county schools or a two- hour delay and allegheny county, maryland schools are closed. >> they are coming in fast today. and up next, the stars were out if full force last night. we'll take a look at the big winners in this year's sag awards and what it could mean for the oscars. we're back after this. almost tastes like one of jack's cereals.
just in case you missed it, we have more delays to talk about. this is a live look outside at what is going on in the weather department. gwen will tell us more about that all morning long. we've got you covered with that. prince george's county schools or a two-hour delay. allegheny county, maryland schools are closed today and a reminder that opm is asking federal workers to stay off the roads until 10:00 a.m. with federal offices in the d.c. area opening at newport today. federal employees have the option for unscheduled leave or unscheduled telework and also, we want to tell you there is a full list of all closings and delays at the bottom of your
screen and if you missed that, you can go to myfoxdc.com and catch it all. we've got you covered. all right. hollywood rolled out the red carpet once again last night. >> this time for the 19th annual screen actors guild awards. we have a report. >> reporter: hollywood stars chose argo to take the top prize of best cast in a motion picture at the 19th annual screen actors guild award. on a night when actors honor actors, the winners took time to reminisce about how they got started in the business. >> when i was 14, i did a tv promo for my super sweet 16. i remember getting it in the mail and it was the best day of my life. >> jennifer lawrence of silver linings playbook spoke about the day she got her sag card. >> so did ann hathaway. best actor daniel day lewis entertained during his acceptance speech for lincoln. his co-star tommy lee jones won best supporting actor.
their film boasts of the most nominations going into the oscars with a total of 12. as sag awards celebrate both film and tv, stars of the small screen who got a chance to shine include the cast of downtown abbey. and also bryan cranston and claire danes. it was bittersweet for tina fey and alec baldwin who added more trophies to their collect as the series comes to an end. balanced one made another appearance introducing dick van dyke to the lifetime achievement awards. lots of reminiscing, congratulating and keeping up with the trophy tally as wards season continues. mary ann rafferty, fox news.
mardi gras has gone to the dogs. a mystic krewe of barkus kicked it off. >> i like being able to see everyone else's dogs. have i a brand-new puppy here. it is great that he gets to be around a bunch of other dogs and len to be around them. it is good stuff and a great time for people on get around and meet each other. >> the parade is one of the most well known mardi gras celebrations for dogs. a famous face is joining the nats line-up. william howard taft will join the racing presidents he will be called bill for short. president taft threw out the first ceremonial pitch in april
1910. he will race alongside the other four former presidents during the four inning of every nats home game. >> i wonder if they will ever let taft win. >> what would be interesting is if he started winning right away or got to win all the time. >> that will be fun. >> still plenty ahead on fox 5 morning news. >> we are keeping an eye on the roads t won't be fun. >> there is a chance for an icy commute today. frederick county schools are on a two-hour delay. the latest list is on the bottom of your screen and also on myfoxdc.com. also, latest on a deadly nightclub fire that killed more than 230 people. lean roasted chicken... and a creamy broth mmm i can still see you. [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup.
at 100 calories or less, there are plenty of reasons people are saying "progress-oh!" share your story for a chance to win a progress-oh! makeover in hollywood. go to facebook.com/progresso to enter. let's get you caught up with the major weather delays out there right now. we begin with the federal government. federal offices in the d.c. area will open at noon today. opm has asked federal workers to stay off the roads until 10:00 a.m. federal employees have the option for unscheduled leave or unscheduled telework. >> as far as schools go, d.c. public schools and offices will be open two hours late today. essential personnel must report on time. in maryland, allegheny county
schools are closed today. montgomery county public schools are on a two-hour delay. >> arlington county schools and loud counsel county schools are closed today. alexandria city schools are on a two hon hour delay. a two-hour delay for page county, prince william county, warren county and stafford county schools. this is a live look outside. you can see a little bit through our camera what is going on outside. people are starting to stir around. there is some tricky weather out there on the roads. we've got a lot to talk about. we have delays and all kinds of stuff going on. >> what a way to start the week. >> definitely. just getting a taste of old man winter in a couple of different forms. we have sleet and freezing rain out there. it is making driving conditions
a little bit hazardous so do be careful. let's begin with the radar and she you the areas now being impacted. if you look to the east, you can see the white on there. there are just a little bit of light snow showers that are coming down in some of our areas. the pink is the freezing rain and sleet. that will continue. the system is moving its way to the east and it will become fairly widespread actually bit of rainfall there as well along fredericksburg. we will eventually see before it is all said and done, this all turned to rain into the course of this afternoon or late morning hours. just do take your time. let's now go to the weather maps. winter weather advisory into effect until 10:00 a.m. we are nottalk bathe lot of ice accumulation.
34 at reagan national. we will see the temperatures at the surface remain below freezing. by the 5:00 hour, we could still see some spotty showers but we may just see cloudy conditions on there. we'll watch that closely for you. there will somebody fog as well with all of this later on today so definitely going to affect your visibility. do be careful. >> some good advice out there. >> time now to check in with julie wright. >> good morning to you. already got the seats booked for the flight to miami, just so you know. a bridge check for those traveling across the potomac looking pretty good. the elevated passages are what we're concerned about as the storm continues to move through the area. no problems to report at the memorial bridge. your lanes are open as you
continue out to the potomac crossing. between fairfax and montgomery county, simply dealing with wet pavement at this point. suitland parkway, south capital street headed for the douglass bridge. pennsylvania avenue rolling down the hill towards the sousa bridge, lanes are open and right now without incident. so far, so good. could this be the calm before the storm? yes, very much so. it will be different nurse on a delay and you are traveling out later on this morning. these conditions will continue to change. we are already seeing the change happen for our friends traveling out here in waldorf. icy conditions reported along 301 as you work your way out of la plata. slick conditions reported at hagerstown. and for those traveling in leesburg and winchester and sterling. two accidents northbound 95 before and after quantico already pulled to the shoulder. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. e traffic. you will want to be extra
cautious when heading out to the morning commute as julie just mentioned. >> people across our region could see snow, sleet, freezing rain. it could create a big mess out there on the roads as you are driving to get around. melanie alnwick is live in sterling, virginia with an update on the road conditions this morning. >> reporter: good morning. it looks like at least for now, it has just turned back to plain old rain at this point but, as we said, it seems like every half hour her or so, we are getting something different coming down hire. right now, it is pretty much just wet. i was checking some of the side surfaces, some of the branches and things. i haven't seen any icing over yet. i haven't seen any eyeing on the power lines so far. people traveling along route 7 seem to be going at a pretty good pace at this point. just wet road conditions here. but virginia's department of transportation definitely was
out in force. they wanted to pretreat the roadways and make sure that if with did get the payment temperatures, which at this point are still below freezing -- so when you have the roads where people aren't traveling on them being you could get the patchy, icy conditions. that is where people need to be careful. the temperatures are still pretty cold out here, the road temperatures. as long as they are above freezing, we should be okay but things again keep changing from hour to hour. maryland also had their crews out as well. we saw many of them parked along the side of road waiting to go into action if they were needed. so again, one of the things that most maryland and virginia department of transportations want to let everyone know is just please make sure you check on your road conditions before you head out this morning. back to you guys. o you guys. >> thank you. remember, can you track the weather where you live, share your snow photos and more with the fox 5 weather app. download it on your droid, ipad
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now, a developing story out of brazil where officials continue to investigate a deadly nightclub fire. witnesses say the fire was sparked by a flare or fireworks set off by a bend member inside the club. officials say one of the exists was locked trapping the victims inside. most of them died from smoke inhalation. last night, we smoke by phone with globo news anchor eduardo grillo who said it is a tragedy for the whole country. >> now, the bad part of t all the families have to recognize the bodies. since it's college town, they were all students from all over the doesn't ri. a lot of families are flying down to santa maria to identify their children. -- from automatic over the country. >> the fire is being called the
deadliest nightclub fire in the world in more than a decade. the mayor of the city has declared a 30-day mourn period. the pentagon blains to boost its cybercourt force in order to combat a flowing threat of hacking. it will increase personnel from 900 to nearly 5,000. the move come after a string of attacks including one that wiped out 30,000 computers at a saudi arabian oil facility. sometimes they are as much fun to watch as the game itself. >> we are getting a taste of this year's super bowl ads. and later, the caps win, finally. dave ross is here with the highlights in this morning's sports breakfast. ♪
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this is a live look in sterling, virginia. can you seat rain coming down just a bit like we have seen it off and on pretty much throughout the morning from this live picture out of sterling, virginia. so different areas are experiencing different things so we've got rain, freezing rain, sleet, all kinds of different kinds of a mess out there. but lots of delays and a few closings to tell you about
because of the weather. let's check in with gwen. >> it will really continue to be widespread. it is continuing to move in across our area. no one will get much of a break from all this precipitation. let's get right to it and show what you is going o here is our fox ask accu-weather. all of this pink is a mixture of freezing rain and sleet. we have a little pocket of rainfall here. this is all going to eventually turn to rain before it is auld said and done. nonetheless, right now, some pretty messy conditions here and your morning commute dim impacted. that is what is going to happen into the course of later on this afternoon as well. we see the rain and we'll have some fog. your evening commute could also be impacted. let's take a look at our weather maps. we have a winter weather advisory for this entire area here because of the sleet and
freezing rain. we also have garrett county, maryland under a winter storm warning expecting about an inch of accumulation of snowfall there. and within this area here, we're talking very, very little in terms of ice accumulation so just be aware of t still roads untreated, bridges, overpasses, sidewalks a little bit on the slick side. 34degrees in d.c. this hour. 32 at baltimore. we have 34 at manassas. 30 at martinsburg. cumberland, 30 degrees. 29 at hagerstown. gaithersburg is at 30 degrees. our high today will be into the low 40s and all up and done the mid-atlantic, temperatures well below the seasonal average. we expect to be into the low 40s into the course of today. that colder air is setting in across areas of the northeast. we will see changes in the midweek. ridge of high pressure moving its way off the coast. we have this low pressure system with an associated warm front pushing in. that is setting us up for what we're dealing with with the freezing rain and sleet and eventually the rainfall.
behind all this, we are going to see? change as we move through into your tuesday, wednesday period. we'll send up seeing a little bit of sunshine head in. then a stronger frontal system on wednesday. that could bring us the chance of an isolated thunderstorm, believe it. believe it. by the 6:00 hour, we still filling in quite a bit. rain behind all. this and by this affect, as i said, it will be mainly rain but it is not a total washout. let's check in now with traffic and julie wright. >> as the storm continues to move through the area, we are finding some slick spots out on the roads. 395 come ago is. >> the 14th street bridge, for the most part, just dealing with wet pavement. we did find two separate accidents northbound on i-95 in virginia as you make your way up towards quantico. both have been pulled over to the shoulder. icy conditions already reported northbound along i-95 so be
very careful there out of frederick and stafford. coming across the american legion bridge, no trouble spots to report right now between montgomery county and fairfax. here we are live south capital street headed inbound towards the douglass bridge. 295 at the 11th street bridge all running with ease right now. that will changes athe weather pattern continues to get closer to the d.c. area. here we are live southbound at the d.c. line. let's pop up our maps. we'll show you what else is happening out there. already receiving word of icy conditions for our friends traveling out of la plata and waldorf this morning. take it easy out there on five and 301. out to the west on 66, our very own jason smith reporting. railroad crossing gates are stuck in the down position along 29 out in gainesville before you reach 66. police are out there to help direct you through. that is already stacking up the commute on 29 north. 66, icy conditions reported coming in from the west as you make your way in from manassas headed in towards centreville.
that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. >> thank you. get ready for the super bowl ads. here is a taste of one of them from taco bell. taco bell. the restaurant chain launched a teaser for its upcoming super bowl commercial called grandpa goes wild. it shows a man trashing a football peeled with his high- powered scooter. the average cost for a 30 second commercial is $3.8 million. >> grandpa goes wild. >> yeah. >> kind of funny. >> now, security is chasing grandpa as he is popping wheelies out there on the football field. >> can't wait to see the rest of the commercials. coming up, time for this morning's sports breakfast. we are talking tiger this morning.
>> interesting. the caps are celebrating a big win this weekend. dave ross has a wrap-up of all the action on the ice as fox 5 morning news continues. [ female announcer ] why settle for plain bread? here's a better idea. pillsbury grands! flaky layers biscuits in just 15 minutes the light delicate layers add a layer of warmth to your next dinner. pillsbury grands biscuits let the making begin. [ malcrrkkhshziiiizzlllee. to this symphony of flavor: beautiful. shhhhshshshshhshshhhhhsshhhshs.
the caps needed a win. they got it done. it wasn't the prettiest but taking on buffalo. buffalo is a pretty good team coming in here. who is the hot of the cap right now? how about joe ward? sometimes you get lucky. this deflects off a sabre defender. can't see it. that is a goal. the caps go up 2-1. the great 8 in the slot and look at this. give me the puck and bam, there it goes. ovi's first goal of the year. >> all right. and the caps get their first winch the year, coincidence? >> i think not. >> i think not. >> did you guys watch any of the pro bowl last night? >> are you kidding me right now? >> did you watch the pro bowl? >> i watched three plays. there was one touchdown.
i said that's t i'm out. >> i haven't seen it since 1990. i said that's it. i'm out. gentleman watch alexander right there, 97 going to get the block and spring leon washington for the longest return in pro bowl history, 92 yards. >> what? >> how about that? >> no defense. russell wilson, larry fitzgerald,. >> are you kidding here? >> i thought roger goodell was make going to make them play hard this year. tiger woods. is tiger woods back? i don't know if he is back but he is good. they had to play the third
round yesterday. around a tree. i mean bend it like beckham. he leaves it there. that is not a great shot. this is what he does with that shot coming up here. you also notice he is not wearing red. he will chip this in, tiger woods. >> and he is back. >> he is 17 under par. he will finish the fourth round today. he has a six-shot lead with 11 holes to go. y the old tiger, there is no competition. he has this thing won. where is his red in he is not we aring his sunday red. because it was a continuation of the third to the fourth, i think we'll see the red today on monday. if he doesn't, then we have a story. >> all about what he is wearing. >> that's what it's about. lines well open for mentoring monday here soon. call our phone bank from 6:00
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