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this is fox 5 local news at 10:00. at 10:00, the jury is deliberating bill cosby's fate, could the comedian be headed to prison? where cosby is tonight as he waits for the verdict. then, that dog? man's best friend becomes investigator's number one suspect in a montgomery county house fire.
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hear how one playful pup may have sparked the blaze >> dozens gathered on the anniversary of the worse shooting. the news at 11:00 starts now. a warning for pet owners, playful animal could say turn every day items in your home into fire hazard that is could destroy items that even worse. the dog in this story may have caused a house neighbor in montgomery county. thanks for joining us >> the pet, ones a survivor is now a suspect, marina marraco is live in montgomery county with more on the incident and the investigation. >> reporter: no dogs arrested in this one, tony. it was quite the 24 hour for the dog owner, who had to see his dogs with some oxygen tanks and masks on those put ups there after they were basically
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resuscitated. you'll see this picture from montgomery county fire and ems the dog owner said had he gone out for a ride on his motorcycle and when he returned to his condo he could barely make his way through his smoke filled home. the smoke so dense his couch and carpet on fire after a battery for a vape device. it could have been one of his three dogs that led to the fire. >> it's likely the dog may have taken it from the other room, brought it in, played with it, whatever damaged it to point it had a chemical reaction where it caused a flame that started nearby combustibles. we've had dog that is have started fires by accidently jumped up and hit the knob. those things can happen. they're truly acci
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again, there's preventive measure, but keep things out of reach, a small child, a pet in this case. >> reporter: and you're looking here at pictures of all three dogs, all of them rescue, the one in the blue collar suffered several cuts and pretty bad smoke inhalation, all three thankfully expected to be ok. they're also two pets inside that condo, they were also safely removed and tonight montgomery county fire says that the battery in question has been transferred into a lab to try and determine how exactly it caught fire. live tonight in montgomery county marina marraco fox 5 local news. day one of jury deliberations in bill cosby's sexual assault trial has ended without a verdict. the jury began deliberating late this afternoon after each side delivered closing arguments. cosby is accused of molesting andrea constand after giving her pills at his home in 2004. she said the pills
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conscious. cosby said he only gave her benadryl. jurors heard plenty from him as prosecutors read experts from a 2005 deposition. it could send him to prison for the rest of his life. comedian and his lawyers were believed to be huddling in a room near the courtroom. there's a scare this evening at the national museum of african-american history and culture. u.s. park police evacuated the building after a package was found on the second foor. officers check the package, determined it was harmless, the museum is expected to open tomorrow. to a fox 5 exclusive one year ago today, someone gunned down a dc rapper at a cook-out in southeast. ♪ ♪. >> the shooting happened just weeks after antonio leakage released this controversial video. there he is in the halloween mask. he set photographs on fire and
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feud. his parents and the police now believe the video may have led to his death. >> i was afraid but i let him knew i was afraid. that's when he promised me that receive a i'm going to stop. they started going back and forth. they didn't started it >> i think because what he felt, because they saying he was a snitch. it felt threatened by the general public and i think that he felt in his heart he had to retaliate that way. >> reporter: police were back in the neighborhood today, handing out flyers, they do not have suspects in the case. it's been one year since an isis inspired terrorist shot and killed 49 people at the pulled night club in orlando. communities across the nation are remembering the victims, services in orlando began at 2:02 a.m., exact moment the shooting started. rick scott orderrd flags state wide to be flown at half
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dozens gathered for a candle vigil in dupont circle. >> reporter: the vigil is over but tonight there are people stopping by to look at what's left behind the photographs of all the victims, the flowers and the candles, it's a little hard to make out but what the candles spell out is orlando united. earlier tonight, dupont circle was filled with people here to honor those who lost here lives. ♪ ♪. >> reporter: the gay men's choir of washington performed before the candles were lit the tonight. this was organized by a political action committee called pride fund to end gun violence. the group works to elect pro lgbt candidates who support stricter
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dc muriel bowser was here. the names of the victims who died were read out loud, one by one, this was an emotional gathering, attended by people who live in this area, others here in dc for this weekend's capitol pride event also here a woman who lost a friend that night in orlando. >> the grief that we as his friends and family feel in the wake of his death is not unique. i'm not sure many of you here know what it is like to lose someone, to feel their presence in this world. to sense a long shadow where they would otherwise be next to you >> the pulled attack affected me personally. deeply although i didn't know any of the victims. being a lesbian and latino, it hit close to home, and it's such a senseless tragedy and so many young people with bright futures cut down
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lives when they're going out and having fun. >> we leave here and do our best to make a difference daily, to reflect and take our inventory as to where in our lives we co could. >> reporter: a year later, 49 people called that night, 53 more were wounded, the worse mass shooting in modern u.s. history. there were vigils held across the country today. we're live in dupont circle, lindsay watts fox 5 local news. police are warning people about a so-called spoofing exam >> how you can keep from becoming a victim >> the take away
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share any personal information to anyone soliciting overthe phone, as technology evolves, crooks, some of their techniques to steal social security and bank account numbers and personal information including pass words and also to your accounts. capitol heights police say its investigating several incident where is offenders reportedly spoofed police phone numbers to trick people. caller id spoofing allows a caller to pretend they're someone else. now, the internet and ap stores are filled with caller id, the fraudulent activities includes offender for people to seat belt fake warrant, pay a fine, they requested several payme
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wire funds, coins and gift cards. here's most important, at no time would any capitol police employee request money over the phone. if you receive a call and suspect the caller id information was a frustrated, file a complaint online with the federal communication commissions. the most important thing to do is verify >> always try to verify with whom you're speaking, anyone to go to the point of calling or getting a number and calling the person back to you can to verify who they are and for whom they work. that's obviously very important, very basic. piece of informatin, the second one is people should never, ever, give any type of personal information over the telephone. >> reporter: i do that chat with kim dime via face time. never give any personal information over the phone, including
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or birth date. he suggested attempting to identity caller and you can also call if you suspect you might be a victim, one 888-call f c c. tisha lewis, fox 5 local news. still ahead, a murder mystery, a murder investigation at fairfax has now gone cold. an elderly man shot to death in of his living room last year. police still don't have suspects or a motive. the family is talking to fox 5 when we rewind to the crime. next. was it hot enough for you today? we're on day two of a heat wave and unfortunately, it is going to be a day three. we're talking about what you can expect tuesday and did we break or tie records today? and will we do it again? all that coming your way next, fox 5 local news at will be right back.
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new information tonight in the mysteri
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fairfax man shot to death inside his riverside home last year. >> paul wagner has tonight's rewind to the crime. >> reporter: when he was shot and killed inside his home last year, he was watching television in his living room. it was just after 1:00 in the morning and he was facing a way from a window in looked out on a deck in the back of house. >> we believe someone had approached in this general vicinity possibly on his deck. and using some kind of firearm where firing into the window and the >> apparently he had his back to the window so he may not have known what hit him. >> he was inside, i'm not necessarily sure he was sitting. he could have seen someone outside, it's possibly he did. we may never know that. >> reporter: the
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loud, two rapid fire bursts heard by numerous witnesses living by the home along the river. gunman escaping into the night. in the minutes that followed no one reported seeing any boats on the air condition or running from the scene and most perplexing question loomed larged >> the motive is the biggest thing we start to look in. it's difficult when you dealing with someone retired 20 years spends most of his time in his backyard and also involved in a the community >> if the police were miss if i did, his family was stunned beyond belief >> that's an under statement. we're shocked. this is surreal. we don't understand. would have any idea who, why anyone would want to do this to yohan. >> reporter: the second interview granted. sue see said her father-in-law
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left them frightened and confused. >> we really thought about the it. we guidance from the police they're having us dig into our memory to see if there's anything anywhere that we could remember, but nothing in the year, nothing. >> i speak to his wife to see if she's missed anything. she's done things like go through notebooks, computers, phones. we've gone through those things to see if there's any kind of issue or contact he may have had wth somebody. as of right now, appears nothing is there >> yohan was the father of four and grandfather of eight and been retired from the world bank 20 year >> he was like no other. he really was. and you knew that from the moment you met him. he was so kind. of he was wise and knowledgeable. >> sue see remembers her father in law as tremendous listener who always offered sound advice >> he was so
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time and home. but most of all, yohan loved his family >>. >> reporter: i'm less than a mile away from where he was murdered. it's here that police got a major clue. two witnesses reported hearing a vehicle turn the corner here and travel at a high rate of speed down is this straightaway. one witness heard the vehicle. but the second actually looked out a window and described seeing a large dark-colored pickup truck with its lights off. detectives believe witnesses heard that truck six to ten minutes after the first call >> i do believe that vehicle may have been involve >> as the detective and his partner have investigated the case nonstop for last year, they have taken a closer look at one of his passions. getting a bike trail built along the road >> that was kind of his community effor
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trail put in. the trail is currently under construction. maybe that might have something to do with this case. we're not sure. >> reporter: detectives a looking at all cell phone numbers that were pinking off nearby towers when someone may have caved the house, also looking at the numbers coming from the same towers the night of the murder >> it allows us to see the cell phones that were used in this area at that time. given that they, and maybe a day before, and that allows us to see if maybe somebody was out here that we need to investigate or speak to. >> reporter: now with a year gone by and no suspects or a motive in sight, they're hoping new attention to the case may generate flesh leads >> we need that particularly yohan's wife needs to have closure, we need to understnd why. it won't bring him back but we need to understand why.
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mystery >> it's such a mystery and something that is beyond our comprehension. >> reporter: on friday, he would have turned 85 years old. with fox 5 rewind to the crime. i'm paul wagner. >> i remember when the story happened. it was puzzling, because you know, everything we saw there and they're just still no clues: there is a $25,000 reward being offered. >> if you have information about this case, call fairfax county police crime solvers at the numbers you see on your screen, 703-691-8888 or 1866-411 tips. let's get the latest on wht's happening out there. as far as weather goes. not a bad night. sue palka >> i think it feels a whole lot better than today >> y k
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we didn't have humidity. i was happy about that >> weather detection system is on leak tonight. shawn. >> we, the humidity was down just a little bit. unfortunately, i don't think we'll be able to hold it at bay. did you know we tied the record at reagan national at 95 degrees. but at least the humidity wasn't out of control that 95 felt more like 96 or 97. tomorrow, we may feel like we're closer to 100 degrees. and it looks like that air temperature is going to be close to 95 again. dulles at 91 today. of bwi, 94 and yes, the heat wave does continue tomorrow with a noticeable uptick in the humidity. right now, there are places that manassas at 75..- 82 in dc. 77 in frederick. we factor in the humidity a little bit higher
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it was earlier today. and it's definitely noticeable. makes it feel like 87 in the district. 83, feels like 88 in quantico. let me show you tomorrow's planner it will be off to a pretty warm start. at 8:00 in the morning, 79, by noon, we're 89 and by 5:00, 95, the record in dc is 96. the record is at dulles, 94 and bwi 97, we'll be close. i do see a break in this heat wave coming up and i'll let you know when to expect that coming up after 10:30, tony and shawn? . president trump's approval rating hits another record low. the latest numbers released today. >> one of his sons is becoming quite a hit on twitter. we're going to break that town for you when we come back.
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narrator: the washington post endorses dr. ralph northam. mr. northam would make the better governor.
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progressives agree. ralph northam is the only candidate who stood up to the nra after the virginia tech shooting. dr. northam led the fight to stop the republicans' transvaginal ultrasound law. ralph is a leader for education, expanding pre-k for thousands of families in virginia. ralph northam: making progress means taking on tough fights, and as governor, i won't let donald trump stand in our way.
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poll released say 58% of americans disprove of the way he's doing his job, 37 approve. the poll was conducted when a president was hit by a lot of bad nurse including fired former fbi director james comey from congress and the withdrawal from the paris climate accord. the white house has two new residents. >> milania and barren trump moved in. this picture of them waking across the white house lawn yesterday went viral. apparently people love the expert's t-shirt. the twitter say barren was play wind gust it fidget spinner. news at 10:30 coming up next. we're going to keep on the presidential theme, we're
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going to talk about the latest legal battle >> the attorney's general filed a lawsuit against the president we're going to break down the case and how the white house is responding. we will take you inside the gym transformed into a place to play for autism. first, sue. get ready for another hot day. new record heat is forecast again, we also see a break in this heat wave, we'll be talking about that when the news at 10:30 begins in just a couple of minutes. we'll be right back. we'll be right back.
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tom went to washington to take on the insurance companies and the credit card companies and the wall street banks - that's what tom perriello is about. i was proud to stand with president obama because progressive causes have been my life's work. i'm tom perriello, and i'm running for governor to reduce economic inequality, raise wages, eliminate the burden of student debt and protect our climate. together we really can build a virginia that works for everyone.
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looks like a call from your local police department but at high tech scammer.
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we'll. we'll break down the lawsuit filed against president trump. are we in store for another scorching hot day? the 10:30 starts now. i'm jim lokay i'm sarah simmons >> you probably avoid calls from unknown numbers but what it if looks like the local police department is on the other he wanted. >> reporter: jim and sarah, u.s. capitol police are warning everyone about a spoofing scam. someone is using police phone numbers as part of a scheme to steal identitying information, date of birth and more. here's how you can avoid becoming a victim. never give that information over the phone. if you don't know the person, try verify who they are. it's been a year since 49
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people lost their lives in a pulled night club in orlando. dozens of people gathered tonight. mayor bowser and. investigators say the dog is the one who caused the fire too. marina marraco is live with mo more. >> reporter: the good news everyone is ok. one of those rescue pups being treated for severe smoke inhalation. a couch and carpet badly burned after a battery for a vape device caught fire. one of the dog the may have chewed through the battery. good news is all three rescue pups that you see here made it out alive and are expected to make a full recovery. he's go the to want that cone off his head. live look outside on this night. it's been a hot day today. could w
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little bit tonight? 82 new >> that sound like cool. now, sue. >> feels a lot better than earlier today. but what it does mean we will be warm, sarah and jim and that means warm tomorrow. we will quickly get right back into the mid 90's tomorrow, heads up for that. the near record heat, not sure we break the record. at reagan national hitting 95 degrees, a little early in june for that and i'm not sure you agree. get ready for another one after a warm night where we'll fall mainly into the 70s. some are in the 80's. humidity is going to come up a little bit tomorrow. increasing moisture means it is possible it will feel warmer. may feel closer to 100. if we were to get a heat advisory, that would be for heat index over 105. could use a little relief and it's coming. we'll get thunderstorms wednesday, that will be the beginning of a break in the heat. we'll still get close to 90 on wednesday
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storm could have drenching rains, tuesday we can't rule out isolated showers and storms. a little bit more widespread wednesday and that's because the has it relief will be rolling into town. it will be cooler but unsettled. with a frontal boundary that's going to be come through and bring us the relief kind of moving back and forth around the area. we'll have clouds. rounds of showers and storms as we get on into the late week. at least it's going to be a little bit cooler and that's good news. the cool weather does not come in tomorrow. prepare for another scorcher. >> we're hours away from jeff sessions appearance from the senate intelligence committee. that's the same senate panel in heard from fired former fbi director james comey. the president faces legal challenges, here's fox's joel waldman. >> reporter: president trump has been in office five months but he held his first full cabinet meeting. >> as we continu
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our promises, >> the big news, taking place outside the white house. attorney general over his tax returns. the chief executive accused of illegally taking money through foreign governments through his business >> clauses are a firewall against presidential corruption and the one thing we know is he understands the value of laws, this is one he can't climb over or dig underneath >> the white house shooting down allegations >> the president's interest as previously discussed do not violate the claws, it's not hard to conclude that partisan politics may be one of the motivations. >> reporter: that's not the only legal hurdle the white house is facing. a federal appeals court up holding a lower court's ruling of the president's latest
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ban. the administration has appealed to the supreme court. all of this happening one day before the attorney general appears before an a senate committee. about suspect the connections between trump staff and the russians during the presidential campaign. >> he wants this to get investigated as soon as possible and be done with it so he can continue with the business of the american people >> attorney general sessions recused hills from overseeing the russia investigation after admitting he met with a russian ambassador twice. joel waldman, fox news. to prince george's county. where a jury returned a guilty verdict in a murder case that upset a community in district heights. october. 15, she was killed while driving her car. the vehicle crashed into an apartment building. prosecutors say she crashed after the man she was dating at the time joseph shot her in the head. we heard the
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people trapped inside the apartment after that crash. >> (inaudible) >> (inaudible) >> a car ran through my apartment window >> prosecutors say potit will he sentenced in august. >> prince george's county there's been a huge spike in thieves targeting items inside of parked vehicles, bob barnard showing us what police are talking about. >>. >> reporter: prince george's cunty matthew is dusting for fingerprints, somebody dusted out the passenger side door lock and stolen some expensive tools >> what's been stolen >> a bunch of hand tools, a hammer jack, a
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kind of stuff like that. i can't even work, i have no tools to work with. >> we learned about the growing number of thefts from auto cases in prince george's county at this morning's role call at the police department's district 3 headquarters in palmer park. 20 new crimes reported sunday alone. >> looking for anything that stands out or just don't look -- just doesn't feel right. >> reporter: corporal said the department investigated 2357 thefts from auto cases an increase of about 14% over last year. >> if you -- if somebody is out to look for something and they see that there's nothing in the car, they're going to keep on going. if they see anything laying around or in the shopping center, parking lot. >> reporter: police say you can help your chances of getting ripped off
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of value in plain site inside your car, vans or truck and making sure your door are locked. >> milliseconds. it's quick >> when was the last time you saw when you knew it was in in >> saturday. >> reporter: on marlboro pike, he's hoping insurance will help his losses and get him his gear back. >> it's an inconvenience and a preventable crime we can try to stop but we need everybody's help. >> reporter: in capitol heights maryland, bob barnard, fox 5 local news. we have an update on the dc police officers in a transportation worker hit by a pickup truck in adams morgan last week. one officer is stable
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the advisory neighborhood is reviewing the incident to make sure something like this doesn't happen again. public safety committee will be held at the recreation center at 7:00 p.m. the second will be held june 21 it's at 7:00 p.m. gofundme page has been set up for the two police officers injured. it was started by the dc fraternal order of police. they've raised more than $27,000. coming up, here at 10:30 act new space helping children with autism learn and play >> we're going to show you how one gym is tayloring its activities to meet the needs of kids. coming up. . coming up. . mcdonald's is partnering with snapchat to hire 250,000 workers overthe next few
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snapchat users will have access to ten second ads about the restaurant. from there, they can go to mcdonald's career page, to apply, and it's not just mcdonald's doing the hiring. the germany supermarket chain is hiring. the expansion expected to a create 25,000 jobs. another big drop and that helped, utility stocks in the downward trend rises with temperatures across much of the country as americans crank up the ac. with father's day, the best state for working dads connecticut. and men's health, some of the big reasons why, that's business, i'll neil cavuto. i'll neil cavuto.
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numbers are out about obesity and mortality. researchers looked at data from nearly 200 countries, they found 4 million deaths were caused by people being overweight. united states and china have the highest number of adults and india have the highest number of obese children, they found obesity rates doubled in more than 70 countries since 1980 and have steadily increased in
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others. there's a new space for kids on the autism spectrum in washington state. eight gym that taylors its activities to the unique needs of the kids. many toys and ten pieces of equipment designed to stimulate kids on the spectrum and swings filled with different texture, designed to have a calming effect on kids. >> they're so full of joy, they didn't love the zip line and everything they touched was just designed for them -- for kids with autism, outside playgrounds is challenging because people don't understand what your kids are struggling with and they judge you for it >> a lot of these parents said they used to feel alone but not so much anymore because they have this gym to check out >> hopefully that will park other states >> there's business and sometimes that's an opportunity that could serve everybody well. next at 10:00, fresh locally brewed beer brought to your door >> dream come true >> i'm on
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>> we'll introduce you to the men behind it, coming up next. >> these are new traffic signal boxes in prince george's county. somebody in the county said you know a what? traffic boxes are boring and ugly. and they adorned them with artwork. don't know yet if there's any plans to expand the art project. aren't they pretty? >> they are. >> they are.
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before you did in the state. the two brothers contracteded with six breweries and delivering the beer. the only downside, beer will spoil after a couple of weeks. >> drink up >> prices very from 8 to 26 bucks. don't distally on drinking up your beer >> colorado is a craft breweries and around here virginia, maryland have a lot of great ones, some in dc >> 32 ounce can >> that's a lot of beer. >> that's two or three beer >> all right. >> or so i've been told >> today 32 ouncer might have gone down pretty easy. >> it will be another hot one with a twist. not a beer twist. it's the humidity. little bit more humidity tomorrow and maybe a pop-up thunderstorm, tomorrow is just as hot and
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but if i have good news. i think we're tomorrow is the last of the really hot days. we'll start the trend of backing off the heat by wednesday and much cooler on thursday. right now though, check out the temperatures, if you missed this, this is a record tying 95 degrees at reagan last time we were that warm, 2002. this is hot for june, since we have records in the mid 90's, tomorrow will be another day which we will approach the record which is 96. we are at 82 right now. few spots have dropped down nor comfortable levels. manassas 74. it is 70 in winchester, 73 for cumberland. hagerstown 85. quantico 84. annapolis is still 84. next two days look like this. 95 on tuesday. again, notice that the humidity will be climbing just a little bit. so might feel a little bit tougher to take tomorrow. and then of course apop-up storm on tuesday but mor
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thunderstorm possible wednesday. temperature of 90 on wednesday and here's why we'll have a better chance of thunderstorms, we'll have a frontal boundary dropping down out of pennsylvania and that would be the trigger and it will also be the relief maker for us. temperature tonight should drop to about 76. winds of the southwest means that it is humid and the humidity has climb ad-lib tonight. we're going to keep it partly cloudy, there was a enough include cover. mostly sunny tomorrow, hot day, bit more humid, isolated and pop-up thunderstorms can't be rule out tomorrow, although they would likely be closer to the mountains. a lot of other places into the low 90's, maybe mid 90's in the hottest spots and then we'll watch for what happens on. i wanted to mention this. in addition to limiting your time out tomorrow because of the heat, you also have to be aware, it's a hot sun this time of year. the
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very easy to get burned. we didn't get thunderstorms, they were confined to southwestern virginia, out through kentucky. a little bit of the blow-off in moving through and we'll see partly cloudy skies. the pattern remains the same with the bermuda high pressure system a real big player in the summertime, just off the coast. pumping up the heat heat. those temperatures in the 90's, here comes the relief, but it's still up in pennsylvania tomorrow. we have a chance of a pop-up storm but better by the time we get to wednesday because that front will be on the move. let's show you the futurecast. just a few things around at 5:00. not had a lot. tomorrow night anything that is around would certainly wind down after sunset and then we take you to wednesday with a few clouds. we're still on a hot note. by 1:00 we begin to see showers and storms and they may get more widespread and form a line around 6:00. and you notice some brighter colors indicatin
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had will continue into the later part of the evening on wednesday, marginal risks on wednesday be but the bermuda high will give ground later as it moves away a new high pressure and a cooler position. we'll slip down into place, temperatures will be closer to average for this time of year. thursday may only be about 80. let me show you your fox 5 accu-weather seven-day forecast. feast your eyes on the hot stuff. thursday we'll have showers as the cooler air comes into town, temperature r of 80. 15 degrees drop. 82 on friday. clouds, showers, notice we'll a little bit unsettled. once we get to the cooler stuff, friday, 82. saturday, maybe some thunderstorms around 85, there will be a warm front trying to move through, on father's day, 88. we'll keep that going to monday. we swap the heat for rain but cooler temperatures, take your pick. i think go with the cooler stuff. jim. of over to you. >> c
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11:00. let's check in with shawn and tony >> coming up, >> it was the body slam heard around the nation >> body slamming of a reporter, we'll still you what's happening and how he'll be published? remembering pulse night club victims. the touching tributes as one local community comes together to honor the lives lost. pro tip for fruit lovers: giant has unbelievable produce prices. so you'll never have to choose between your favorites. i thought i was your favorite. take a fresh look at giant's produce prices.
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narrator: the washington post endorses dr. ralph northam. mr. northam would make the better governor. and virginia progressives agree. ralph northam is the only candidate who stood up to the nra after the virginia tech shooting. dr. northam led the fight to stop the republicans' transvaginal ultrasound law. ralph is a leader for education, expanding pre-k for thousands of families in virginia.
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