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you soon. in georgetown, karen gray houston, fox 5 news. >> now, see karen was able to eat it. you could do it. it tastes like fish. >> as people used to say, there ain't enough tea in china to make me do that. here is something for you. how about some dirt. it is being dished out by a restaurant in japan. for a price of $110, you can order a dirt course. >> what? >> yeah. it includes dirt soup, salad with dirt dressing, girt gratin. drt clams and dirt ice cream. the restaurant says its dirt is volcanic ashes mixed with soil and plants. >> i could make some dirt ice cream. >> i got a whole bunch of land in mississippi and i have a new idea. -- dirt gratin, dirt clams. >> fox 5 morning news and the
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menu continues right now. righ straight up 5:00 right now on this tuesday, january 29th. a live look outside. i remember a few days ago, we had this picture up and you can tell it was a blanket of white. just a little bit reflecting out of there as we got the snow. today, it should be quieter and much warmer out there too. i'm sarah simmons. >> i'm wisdom martin. >> the teachers were happy because they got that snow and got a couple of hours here and there out of school. >> now, it is back to normal. and it's gwen also fault. >> all right. i'm take the heat. it will be warming up today t will be fairly mild compared to what we have had. here is a look at your sentinel radar where you can see a few scattered showers to areas of our west. other than that, we're just dealing with some fog this
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morning. we'll see low clouds as well and the clouds will increase into the course of the day. yesterday, we reached 44 degrees at reagan national airport. 40 at dulles. the same at bwi thurgood marshall and this hour, we are heading right through into those numbers. it is currently 44 at reagan national airport. 39 at dulles and 38 at bwi thurgood marshall. today, we've got some sunshine for you but we are starting off the morning with some fog. so be prepared. definitely going to impact your commute in some of our neighborhoods. by midday, we'll be about 48 degrees. we are headed anywhere between the low to mid-50s today. it will be a little cooler to areas in through north central maryland and north towards baltimore. we'll probably hit into the upper 40s. for the city, i expect us to be about 53 degrees. >> wow, low to mid-50s. that means we're getting close to 60. >> got to love that. >> it's coming. >> you know what else is coming, julie wright. i was going to say you
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don't take the heat. you bring the heat, girl. >> okay. >> 66 eastbound coming from from manassas still an easy drive. no problems to report leaving manassas headed inbound towards fair oaks and out towards 123. you will find your lanes are open on the beltway where we had overnight construction near arlington boulevard and again near rou 7. all of that has cleared. no problems to report now northbound on 395 and 95 as you travel from the occoquan headed out to the pentagon. lanes are open and traffic running smoothly each way. north of town, all lanes are open between college park and bethesda. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. e traffic. >> thank you. our big story we are following this morning, a bipartisan deal for our nation's immigration reform. >> just one day after a joint deal was announced by lawmakers, president obama is heading to nevada to announce
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his plan. melanie a.-- alnwick has that story. >> the president's trip to vegas is to unveil his plan for immigration reform. eight senators, four republicans, four democrats, released framework monday which they call a tough but fair route to citizenship for more than 11 million people living here illegally. it allows more temporary workers to stay, increases border security and cracks down on employers who hire illegals. green cards could be awarded to immigrants who obtain certain advanced degree from american university. people here illegally would have to pass background checks and pay fines and taxes and then apply behind those who are already in line for a green card. these aren't new ideas. a bipartisan effort led by senators mccain and kennedy in 2007 failed but the stakes are different this year. >> for the first time ever, there is more political risk in opposing immigration reform than in supporting it.
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we believe we have a window of opportunity to act but we will only succeed in the effort is bipartisan. >> let's create a system to bring them forward. allow them to settle their debt to society and foul fill the necessary requirements to become law abiding citizens of this country. this is consistent with our country's tradition of being a nation of laws and a nation of immigrants. >> it would require that increased security measures are complete first before any of the pathways to citizenship are open. a bigger hurdle is in the republican-controlled house but the pressure is on. in the 2012 election, 71% of latinos voted for president obama. obama. >> all right. thank you. president obama's pressure on lawmakers to create comprehensive gun control reform continues. yesterday, he met with law enforcement at the white house including police chiefs and sheriffs from communities
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directly impacted by gun violence. many of them voiced their support for tightened back drowned checks and improvements to the mental health system. th our top stories this morning, d.c. mayor vincent gray will announce the results of d.c.'s 2012 fiscal year later on this morning. at announcement is expected to reveal a more than $400 million surplus for the city. mayor gray has hinted that he would put the large surplus into the city's reserve fund. other d.c. lawmakers believe the extra cash should be used to help fund social services in the area. coming up in just a few minutes, find out where d.c. residents think that cash should be used. the fate of a former cull ander police officer charged with murder is now in the hands ever the jury. daniel harmon wright responded. he said he tried to question patricia cook while she was sitting in her car but she
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rolled up the window trapping his and and he shot her seven times. new this morning, a soldier who received a double arm transplant will share his story later this morning in a news conference at johns hopkins hospital. 26-year-old brendan morocco lost his arms and legs in a roadside bombing in iraq in 2009. last month, he received the hospital's first double arm transplant and is undergoing a new treatment meant to prevent rejection of his new limbs. we'll bring you much more on this incredible story later on today on fox 5 news. we just told you about d.c.'s budget surplus. now the big question is what will happen with all that extra money. >> the latest on the search fay new york city woman who disappeared on a trip to turkey. fox 5 morning news will be back in a moment. -- the latest on the search for
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a confirmation hearing for chuck hagel to be the next secretary of defendant is set for thursday. republicans are criticizing president obama's choice saying
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hagel would push for defense cuts. but an associated press review of hagel's record has found the claims to be overblown. democrats are rallying around hagel and they have a majority of votes to confirm him. there is a search under way for a missing american f-16 fighter jet that went missing offer coast of its lai. search and rescue team is combing through the area around the aviano air base after the jet went down during a training mission yesterday afternoon. the air force lost contact with it after two other planes returned to base safely. bad weather was reported in the area. area. a developing story of a woman missing in turkey after traveling there alone. she was scheduled to return from istanbul on january 21st. she never made it to her flight and no one has heard from her since. police say they have found her passport and medical information and are looking at security camera footage from the area where she stayed. the 33-year-old mother of two
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made the trip alone after a friend canceled at the last minute. >> it is hard having to leave my kids behind but there is their mom, this is my wife. this is my girl of so many years. >> her husband and brother arrived in istanbul late yesterday and are meeting with reporters and police to help in the search. coming up next, who doesn't love bubble wrap, that stuff where you get in and start popping it. >> it is addictive. we'll show you how the much- loved packing material is making its way into the record books. first, let's check in with gwen on this warm-up heading our way. are we heading into the record books with this? maybe not the record books but we are going to get a rise in our temperatures. mother nature will deal us another hand weather-wise. in the meantime, watch the fog as you head out this morning. your full forecast just ahead. hmm, it says here that cheerios helps lower cholesterol
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jumping and pop identifying good cause while setting a new record. students at a new jersey high school are now in the guiness book of world records for the most people popping bubble wrap at the same time. 366 students were given two minutes to pop as many bubbles as possible. and the money raised will go to support the victims of the sandy hook elementary shooting
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in connecticut. it was held on national bubble wrap appreciation day. >> i'm very jealous. i love popping that bubble wrap. >> i never knew there was a bubble wrap appreciation day. >> there is probably a bubble wrap association that we don't know about. >> i'm sure there is. the building is wrapped in bubble wrap. >> exactly. well, the fun continues. the only thing i can talk about right now is what is going on on our sentinel radar and that is a few scattered showers out to our west and some fog this morning that definitely could impact your morning commute. be aware of that. just a few scattered showers popping up near front royal, charlestown as well. just i little further to the west over areas and we are seeing this. overall, just letting you no he that it is there and once again the fog which is pretty patchy and some areas affecting visibility so do be careful. here is a look our temperatures. we're 44 degrees at reagan
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national airport. 48 at fredericksburg. we have a mild day coming our way. 46 at hagerstown. look at martinsburg at 50. 52 at winchester. 36 at gaithersburg and that is the same at baltimore. so wow, what a variance we have. up and down the mid-atlantic, pretty much the same story except a lot colder for boston at 27. only 39 at new york city but 4 at raleigh. a little influx of warmer air heading our way. we have a mild southerly flow kicking in. we'll see our temperatures rise today anywhere from the low to mid-50s pretty much. 60s will be kicking in as we head through into tomorrow. we're also keeping an eye on. this very strong cold front becomes our weather maker as we head through into the 24 hour period. we are talking a chance of some thunderstorms on wednesday even though we'll see a much warmer day. cooler air behind that front and we'll be back to reality in
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the thursday-friday period. 53degrees for today though. we'll see partly sunny skies for most of the day. in the evening hours, we'll seat clouds increasing and overnight tonight, we'll end up seeing a chance of some drizzle and possibly some light rainfall. that is all ahead of that system. that strong cold front coming through that will set us up identify chance of some thunderstorms on wednesday. but take a look. 65degrees, folks. are you ready for that? we'll have a very, very warm day but we'll have to deal with a slight risk of severe weather to the south and to the west of us. as far as the rest of the week is concerned, a chance as we move through into thursday night and friday of seeing a few isolated snow showers. we are back to dry conditions and the temperatures go right back to reality. we are into the 30s as we head through into the end of the week. enjoy today and tomorrow temperature-ayes 65 to 30. that is pneumonia weather. all right. we're looking at 395 coming
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across the 14th street bridge, the leap are open. traffic is flowing freely with no issues reported. southbound along 270, still an easy drive coming in out of hyattstown. a consider struck a deer southbound on 295 approaching 32. -- a car struck a deer. no issues reported here. route 5, 301 nice and quiet right now headed out to the capital beltway. all of your lanes are open across the american legion bridge. traffic flowing freely between tyson's and 270. no issues reported on the top stretch of the beltway between college park and bethesda. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. traffic. later on this morning, d.c. mayor vincent gray is set to announce big news not district. a more than $4 manhunt million budget surplus. that is some good news. now, the big question is where will all that money go? fox 5's matt ackland has more on that. >> reporter: mayor gray is expected to announce tuesday
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where all this extra cash came from. an insider says it is over $400 million. so what you do with all of that extra money. >> you give it to people that really need it. >> reporter: calvin mcintosh and many others believe social services should benefit from the surplus. >> we don't think the city needs to save every money. >> reporter: jenny reed at the d.c. fiscal policy institute says leaders should focus the extra cash on those who need it most. the district is growing but affordable housing is a big issue. >> there are a lot of our residents that are still struggling. it is important that we use some of the additional resources that d.c. is getting to make some of those investments in programs that will really help everybody succeed. >> reporter: but councilmember jack evans says save the extra cash. the$4 manhunt million would bring the overall in the bank savings account for d.c. to $1.6 billion.
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>> it gives us two months ever expenditures in the bank and that is what wall street looks at when they're determining their ratings. >> reporter: the mayor is likely to side with councilmember evans. one reason is the possible cutbacks in government spenting on capitol hill. with f. that happens, the extra cash will be needed. >> it would be the responsible thing to do. >> reporter: things could get much better when it comes to the district's finances in the future. tax revenue is expected to go up. some estimate as much as $200 million. in the newsroom, matt ackland, fox 5 news. >> that is a great problem to have, just figuring out what to do with the extra money. >> i want to know how many other cities wish they could be in the same spot because a lot of them are not right now. coming up next, what one cool is take ago way from bathrooms that has parents outraged. >> also ahead, no tax breaks for trump. the businessman is redeveloping a piece of d.c. history buts that to get it done without
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the front man ever the ohio players. his real name was lee roy bonner. and he died last week at the age of 69. they had a series of hits including lover, roller coaster fire and skintight. it was described as humble yet charismatic, soft spoken and of few words. few words. good song. >> great song. d.c. officials, they turned down donald trump's request for a tax break. trump's organization will be required to pay millions in local property taxes to redevelop the old post office pavilion into a luxury hotel. trump and his daughter asked if the district would forgo the attacks to facile state the redevelopment but mayor gray and members of the city council said no. two new breeds will make their debut at the famed
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westminster dog show this year. treeing walker coonhounds and russell terriers are now recognized by the american kennel club. the honor allows them to compete for the coveted best in show title. that brings the total number of breeds that can participate in the show to 187. the 137th annual westminster kennel club dog show begins on february 11th in new york. >> good to see those little guys get included now. it's the harder to take a bathroom break at one pennsylvania school. principal is making boys sign out the toilet paper. >> we take a look at what is behind this big controversy. >> reporter: this is what is causing big controversy at menoy area high school actually roll of toilet paper used to cleaning i'm mess is actually the cause of quite a mess. >> i think it is as far as can you possibly take it as far as the toilet paper. it doesn't make much sense to me. >> reporter: matthew is a freshman at the school where
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administrators removed toilet paper from one of three boy's bath yooms they are doing it because damage was done with toilet paper being shoved down and flushed. >> reporter: administrators say the kids were streaming toilet paper all over the floor and even urinating on the floor. the principal temporarily closed that one bathroom and boys have to sign out a roll of toilet paper at the front office if they want to use that bathroom. embarrassing, says math just everybody knows what is going on. >> reporter: matthew's mom went to a meeting appalled by the procedure that the principal put in place. >> i thought are you kidding me. that's crazy. why don't they hold the parents responsible for the children who did the vandalism. rotor print pal says this has been an ongoing problem at the school off and on for two years. he says the vandals continue using a less than a dollar price item to cost the school thousands of dollars. >> they're intelligent people.
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they can come up with a better solution. >> reporter: i talked to the school princessa pal on the phone and he admits thises with a drastic step but he says he made the decision after five failed warnings to the student body about the problem and the bathroom still sustained $2,000 in damage. in damage. >> he warned them. >> it has been a morning of random news, hasn't it? >> yes, very interesting. >> you won't be able to wait until you hear what is coming up in the next half hour. >> still plenty ahead on fox 5 morning news. sweeping changes to laws that impact illegal immigration and this time there is support from both sides of the aisle. we'll take a look at what could be ahead. and secretary of state hillary clinton stepped down later on this week but the rumors about a presidential run in 2016 are get something backup this morning. we'll explain coming up. [ male announcer ] pillsbury grands biscuits.
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that iran is developing long- range missiles that could carry nuclear weapons. concerning, yes. however is the video is a little bizarre. there goes the monkey. but he is back though. >> live look outside over washington, d.c. on a decent start to the morning excluding the fog. >> fog makes it interesting. >> other than that, not snowing, not raining. the wind is not blowing 07 miles per hour. >> exactly. until tomorrow. >> there you go. >> here we go. >> all right. >> tucker is blowing back in. >> and so is the weather. the calm before the storm. light showers over areas of the west. don't be surprised if you kind of see a sprinkle or two. nothing that is really going to be dampening the spirit of the day. the fog is out there and certainly hampering visibility so do be aware of that. here is a look at our current temperatures. 44 at reagan national airport.
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39 at dulles and 38 at bwi thurgood marshall. i want to tell you that some of our neighborhoods are already seeing temperatures in the upper 40s and low 50s right now. that is an indication of where we're headed. we've got some fog to start this morning but a rise in our temperature is what we'll be looking forward to. it will be a mild day. by midday, expected to be 48 degrees and our daytime high is expected to be about 53 degrees. a southerly wind flow that will kick in, very light from 5 to 10 mirpdz. we are talking some warmer conditions. it will be pretty nice. take a look at these numbers. i just want to show you because if you take a look, you can see some upper 40s there on our map. what we do have is a strong cold front coming through when we move flu into wednesday. we are talking some thunderstorms and yes, the gusty winds for tomorrow. we'll be into the low 60s. >> that says 52347 chicago right now? this is crazy weather. -- that says 57 in chicago
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right now? this is crazy weather. >> i'll be out there tomorrow not only trying to get it, keep it, catch it. >> but it will be raining and windy. >> oh, okay. >> here we are live checking out our commute around the capital beltway and lanes are open traveling from st. barnabas road headed for the wilson bridge. no problems reported right now traveling from 414 off thenar loop into virginia. the outer loop of the beltway at speed. no issues reported snowbound on 5 and 301 as you travel from brandywine up to the cameras. traveling south on 270, lanes are open out of hyattstown. now starting to seat delay form south of 109 headed out to the truck scales. no issues reported as you continue out of germantown. there is an incident, car struck a deer. the center of the roadway remains closed at this time. no problems reported to the west on 66 at the dulles toll road leaving 28 to the beltway. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. e traffic.
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>> thank you. our big story this morning, a bipartisan immigration reform deal giving hope to millions of immigrants in the u.s. >> president obama heads to nevada today to present his plan to reform. expected to be very similar to yesterday's deal. fox 5's melanie alnwick is live on capitol hill with the details. >> good morning. >> reporter: it was a welcome event on capitol hill. imagine that, republicans and decembers working together to craft a big proposal. when it comes to immigration reform, there could be a sticking point or two that could scuttle the deal. now, eight senators, four republicans and four democrats released the framework monday which they call a tough but fair route to citizenship for more than 11 million people living here illegally. it allows more temporary workers to stay, increases border security and cracks down on employers who hire illegals. similar to the president's plan, people here illegally would have to pass background checks, pay fines and taxes and
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then apply behind those who are already in line for a green card. in the 2012 election, 71% of the latino vote went to president obama. florida republican senator marco rubio helped shape the proposal. >> we are dealing with 11 million human beings who are here undocumented. the vast and enormous majority of whom have come here in pursuit of what all of us would recognize as the american dream. >> reporter: so the biggest sticking point will be how do they craft the path to citizenship and what sort ever hurdles will those people have to jump over. as far as president obama goes today in las vegas, part of that trip will be to rally public support for immigration reform. this is one of the things the new administration said is get the people behind more of the proposals here on capitol hill. as for the pre's plan itself think the white house says right now, president will hold onto that as a backup in case
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the effort here on capitol hill fail. >> all right. thank you. new this morning, a possible sign that secretary of state hillary clinton could be making another run for the white house. a super pac reporting the secretary of state for president in 2016 is now respect sistered with the federal election commission. it is called ready for hilary. clinton steps down from her job as secretary of state on friday. -- now registered with the federal election commission. delegate hattie harrison was 84 years old and she has died. she was the longest serving delegate in the maryland house. she represented baltimore. she became the first african- american woman to chair a legislative committee in annapolis overseeing the house rules an executive nominations panel for 33 years. coming up next, federal workers got a shortened work day at the start of the week
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thanks to that winter weather. >> now, some are asking if the opm's directs about yesterday's delay were a little bit confusing. we'll tell you about it and try to clear up what they were saying and what everybody else is saying. fox 5 morning news will be right back . get the car. hi howard. get in. hi, good to see you. start with an actual written offer when selling your car, no strings attached. carmax. start here. but when i cook up some beef, ketchup, relish and cheese, cover it with crescent dough and pow! cheeseburger crescent casserole. double awesome. pillsbury crescents. let the making begin. here's a better idea. pillsbury grands! flaky layers biscuits
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severe flooding has forced thousands of people in northeast australia to be evacuated in a number of cities
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and towns. four people have been killed including a 3-year-old boy who was hit by a falling tree in brisbane. emergency responder have carried out about 1,000 helicopter evacuations. the flooding was caused by the remnants of a tropical cyclone. billions of dollars in emergency relief aid will soon be on its way to the victims of the have storm. the senate approved a $50.5 billion package yesterday. most of the money will be used for rebuilding efforts from the residential up to the state level. superstorm sandy is blamed for billions of dollars in damage and more than 130 deaths. the office of personnel management's new language to alert federal workers during poor weather conditions didn't exactly go off without a hitch yesterday. first alert went out late sunday night before the nasty weather rolled in. by 6:00 monday morning, opm alerted employees to stay off the roads until 10:00 a.m. but also said federal offices
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would open by 10:00 a.m. and open to the public at noon. opm was supposed to have abandoned the open to the public language. >> a little confusing. >> maybe we'll get lucky and we won't have any bad weather to cause the alert to go out. >> you're so hopeful. >> i know. the super bowl means super business for companies that churn out all that gear for the opposing teams. but what happens to all the stuff they make for the team that loses? we'll tell you all about that coming up next. we'll be right back. >> i've always wondered that. [ female announcer ] pillsbury crescents are awesome.
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a big thank you for all of you who said yesterday to helping young people in our community. 300 new mentors called in or signed up online during yesterday's mentoring monday event. you will make a big difference in so many lives by doing this. it is not too late to sign up if you still want to. head to our web site, and search moment iring monday for links to a mentoring volunteer application. such a good day. we had a lot of people. the phones were ringing off the hook. thank you so much. we appreciate it. >> very good cause. >> we appreciate the nice weather you have rolling in our
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way. >> it will be pretty nice today. we have a few little things that will change as we move through into the seven-day forecast. >> we have morning fog to deal with and there are just a few light scatter showers over areas of our west this morning t won't be a washout today at all in any of our neighborhoods. a hint of spring in the next couple of days including today for you. thunder is possible for wednesday. we'll keep our eyes to the skies there and cooler as we move through into the later part of the week so lots to talk about. here is our satellite-radar composite. and we do have some low clouds across the area today. light wind and a lot of moisture in the atmosphere from yesterday's precipitation. so definitely still the fog is going to be a factor this morning. we have a few light rain showers pushing through heading to the southeast. if you see a sprinkle or two, don't be surprised. it is nothing that is really going to stick around for the course of today. but things will change as we head through into tomorrow. we've got this frontal system that is stalled out across our region. we are getting a southerly light flow. that will boost our
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temperatures today. we are talking temperatures from d.c., mainly to the south and to the low to mid-50s and from d.c. north especially to the northeast, temperatures will be in the upper 40s pretty much everywhere but then we'll keep appear eye on this. a very strong cold front that will move its way across our area as we head flu into tomorrow. it will bring a chance of some thunderstorms with it. -- as we head through into tomorrow. there is a slight risk through outthe area to areas of our west and south and we have to keep our eyes to the skies on that. 53degrees in the meantime for today though. morning fog. partly sunny by this afternoon and mild. thunderstorm tomorrow but take a look at our temperature. we are headed to the mid-60s tomorrow. it will be absolutely incredible temperature-wise but once again, a chance of some severe storms. let's check in with julie wright. >> we've got accident activity reported northbound along route 1 at 123 in woodbridge. that is tying up at least two lanes.
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slow traffic northbound on i-95 in the main line ads you travel north of dale city conning out to the prince william parkway. express lanes rolling at speed. lanes are open on the beltway between annandale and merrifield. 395 across the fijian easy drive coming across the potomac and along the top side of the beltway. no issues reported for those in bethesda. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. traffic. this is super bowl week but the pressure is on more than just the two teams playing in the big game. there is also major pressure on the minnesota company that cranks out super bowl merchandise for the winning team since the winter won't be known until sunday night, the company is making gear for both teams. >> the retails are wntd everything in their stores by
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thursday to prepare for the following weekend. -- the retailers want everything in their stores by thursday to prepare for the following weekend. i wonder what happens if you get your hand on some of that losing team merchandise like the buffalo bills when they lost four super bowls in a row. >> it would say that the buffalo bills won the super bowl and champions. >> you would cherish that thing. >> even though it wasn't real? yeah, wouldn't you. hang it up above the mantle. >> i would probably sell it. wisdom martin, man of profit. >> there you go. always thinking of that dollar. the ravens got a super send offfrom baltimore yesterday. dave ross is talking about the team's plans to the days leading up to the super bowl, sunday's big showdown. we'll be right back. ñ
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ñ we gotta sell the car. where would we even start? get the car. hi howard. get in.
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hi, good to see you. start with an actual written offer when selling your car, no strings attached. carmax. start here. everybody is getting ready for the super bowl. we can't wait. after a two-week -- >> i wonder how the players are dealing with it today. today is media day. you know what happens. you never know what the questions are going to be. i know they're prepared for anything and everything. but the ravens have a really
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nice send governor to leave and you know ray lewis will pump up the crowd. it was a crummy day out there but thousands came out anyway. what was that? >> that was a cheerleading -- >> i just saw bodies flying in the air. this is as they arrived down there in new orleans. >> is that ray ray right there. >> that is ray ray. >> nice suit on. >> black vest. >> john harbaugh calls this a business trip. my question to you is how long can you have fun at the big easy? is today the last dave fun and then you turn to, i'm assuming come wednesday, they start thinking about the game. you got to let them have some fun. >> yesterday is it. >> that's it in. >> you don't even give them today. >> no. business. >> sarah? >> i say one more day. >> i'm with sarah on this. >> they're still underdogs.
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the line has come down. >> we did that back in high school. the wizards are playing better ball these days at the verizon center. last night was a game that you kind of thought they should win. sacramento was in town. a great ending to this one. great pass here. to john wall and wizards back up by one. wall with 19. webster hangs, gets it. we are all tied up at 94. 7.9 seconds to play. you remember isaiah thomas? >> i remember him. that is the new isaiah thomas. he ends the game with that game winner right there. woodward played better ball. i'm still happy with that. >> another midwest connection to sarah. close to detroit.
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>> we have a theme going today. >> that right there is something there is no way wisdom or i could do. tiger woods, a ridiculous bunker shot. when you wonder about the greatness of tiger, he didn't have his best stuff going until the end. he didn't need it. he was so far in front. >> there is that red. >> he is going to wear red. he just hay black sweatshirt over top of t tiger does get that win at torrey pines. i think he is signaling to the rest of the tour that he is back. finish at 14 under, his seventh win at that event. how many times has he won on tour? >> i don't know. a lot? 75 in. >> what some someone did their homework.
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>> you're shocked. >> 75 wins is a ton on tour. i've noticed a difference in him this week that i saw last year. you hate to say the two words, he's back but i think he's back. coming up later, we have lamont peterson coming in. he signed with oscar dela hoya. he has a big fight coming up. we'll speak live with lamont peterson. >> that was big news yesterday. >> that was big news. that's the way we do it in d.c. it will be nice to see that partnership. >> thank you, dave. >> all right. straight ahead at 6:00, the super bowl means super spending. >> yes, it does. >> we'll go live to fox business network in new york to find out how much fans are expected to shell out. >> before we get to all that, we want to say good morning to today's fan. day, joey hancock. >> all right. >> he says we're his favorite news team here on fox 5 morning
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