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right now. good morning and welcome to wusa9. it's 6:00 a.m. it is monday, may 11. today we're going to enjoy another near tropical day as we had yesterday. a little muggy, a little hot. i'm andrea roane. i'm nick giovanni. if you haven't stepped outside yet, it is a muggy morning. how long is it going to stay sticky outside, allyson? >> it's a little soupy. we'll stay humid for today and tomorrow and more comfortable weather is headed your way by the end of the week. look, is it cloudy out there and some fog as well along 66 and 95 for areas south of the district. not so much as you travel off to the north. 71 degrees. it is quite warm, quite humid. we're headed to the mid-80s. areas in delmarva, northern neck going to be as warm because you have a better chance of rain and a couple of showers. this is at 11:00 some showers. also through the mountains you
have a good chance of rain. not everyone will see rain but there will be spotty showers, even a rumble of thunder. highs today into the mid-80s. larry, over to you. >> your time 6:01. metro riders want to let you know everything is running on schedule this morning. there we go. okay. thank you. okay, metro riders, everything running on schedule. buses running on schedule as well. folks are starting to wake up here as well this morning. if you're going to be traveling eastbound on 66, fog is really going to be the biggest trouble for you this morning. want to take you out live right now and show you how things are shaping up. this is in chantilly, leesburg, even parts of manassas and towns along the 95 corridor are seeing fog. it lip pact the morning commute -- it will impact the morning commute. decrease the speed because of the conditions right now as you can see. want to take you to the beltway and show you how things are shaping up on i-270. again no issues there this morning. the beltway free and clear of any problems so you should have no problems getting to your
destination on time. your next update comes up in about ten minutes. our top stories brings us to baltimore and two alarming reports. according to our partners at "the washington post," governor larry hogan wanted to send the national guard soon after the recent riots in baltimore city but could not get a hold of the mayor for an hour and a half. the other report alarming numbers of the thousands of people who have been seriously hurt in baltimore police custody. the justice department now investigating baltimore police practices and now we are lettering disturbing numbers. 2600 people in fact have suffered serious head and facial injuries, even broken bones while in baltimore police custody. it june 2012 and april 2015, correctional officers at the jail in baltimore refused to admit 2600 prisoners because they were so badly hurt. coming up at 6:30 we'll have a closer look at the justice department's investigation over
in charm city. delia goncalves, wusa9. police are trying to track down the person responsible for kidnapping and sexually assaulting a woman in northeast d.c. police say the woman accepted a ride from the suspect just before 3:00 yesterday more than near 11th and g streets. they say the driver soughted the woman and refused to let her leave the car. the woman did manage to get away fortunately. police are looking for the driver, though, of a black four- door sedan and uber decal on the left passenger window. the teen charged with punching a man at the eastern market metro station is scheduled to be released from jail. there are two conditions for 19 yearldz elijah smith -- 19-year- old elijah smith. he'll have to wear an ankle bracelet and obey a curfew. he is accused of hitting a man twice his age on a metro escalator. he's already on probation for a 2014 assault in silver spring. four people are charged with the -- four people charged
with the murder of two officers are due in court today. >> brian webb has the latest. >> reporter: the community of hattiesburg came together at a candlelight memorial to honor two police officers killed in the line of duty. >> we want to be sure that we do come together as a community, let them know that we appreciate them and just do what we can to make this work for the good of the community. >> reporter: 34-year-old officer benjamin deen and 25 yearldz officer liquori tate were shot and killed during a traffic stop saturday night. deen pulled over a cadillac escalate for speeding and then called for backup. three suspects were arrested within four hours. a fourth suspect 28-year-old cornelius clark was apprehended sunday. police say 29-year-old marvin banks, his 26-year-old brother curtis banks, and 22-year-old joanie callaway are charged with capital murder. all are expected to make their first court appearance today.
hattiesburg's mayor says this is a shock to the small city. >> i think what we need to do now is celebrate the lives of these two individuals. >> reporter: homes was a good friend of officer tate. >> he was never mad or upset. he was a happy person. >> reporter: they are the first officers killed in hattiesburg in more than 30 years. brian webb for cbs news, new york glrs i'm nikki burr dive -- new york. >> reporter: i'm nikki burr dive live in rockville. a couple found dead here at their home in rockville on ridge drive. i want you to take a look at this picture of this couple. they're in their 60s and their names are dick and jody vilardo. their families members found them saying they didn't show up at an event yesterday so they came to check up on them. police are not saying the cause of death just yet, just that
there was trauma to the upper bodies which can mean any number of things but they do tell us their deaths are considered homicides. the children of the couple released a statement that said this, we are heart broken over the senseless tragedy. dick and jody are a warm and loving couple. they said they can't imagine or know of anyone who would want to hurt them. neighbors who we have been talking around here say the same thing. they say this is a very quiet neighborhood. everyone looks out for each other and they can't imagine that this would happen to this sweet couple especially on mother's day. we're awaiting another update from montgomery county police. as soon as we get that, we'll pass it along you to. live in rockville, i'm nikki burdine, wusa9. like we were saying last week, the rangers are not a team you want to hang around. that's what the caps seep to be letting them do. -- seem to be letting them do the caps are heading to a game seven against the rangers wednesday night in new york. the rangers got out to an early 4-1 lead yesterday. washington tried to respond. they scored two goals to make it interesting at least but could not get a game-tying goal
so wednesday's winner again keep in mind goes to the eastern conference finals. it would be the first trip for washington since 1998. violent weather throughout the great plains and midwest ruined mother's day for thousands. >> the texas tornadoes were accompanied by raging flood waters. we'll have a full report coming up. first let's check in with allyson to see our forecast. >> reporter: i'm here on the weather terrace. it is very humid and muggy so you don't need the jackets today. it's cloudy from our michael & son camera. it's a little hiewmedz. maybe a little uncomfortable. -- humid. maybe a little uncomfortable. 81 to 87 degrees. we'll have a few showers. i'll track them for you
welcome back. i am first alert meteorologist allyson rae. hope you had a very good mother's day weekend. very warm and humid this morning. we do have troop depression ana to the south of us fueling in some southeasterly winds. we're sandwiched in between that and a front headed our way for tomorrow. at the end of the day we'll see a few scattered showers. not everyone will see the rain and we're headed to the mid-80s and very humid again. larry, over you to. for those of you traving on i-270 heading southbound coming from areas like damascus, ederick, clarksburg toward the beltway, you'll see no major issues again. just volume starting to build as you get from frederick into clarksburg. want to give you a live look right now and show you how things are shaping up on i-270 at shady grove road. things running smoothly. no major issues there. around the beltway at river road, same issue. no problems. traffic moving lightly. we're going to have your drive
times around the metroing coming up after the seven-day forecast. over to you. after months of testimony, jurors in the boston marathon bombing trial of dzhokhar tsarnaev expect to weigh his punishment. >> here's the current temperature. 71 degrees. very cloudy. some areas are into the 60s. i'll have a look ahead to some cooler weather coming up on your
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and reach for the one you deserve. i laced up the old running shoes over the weekend and ran in the susan g. komen race for the cure. a phenomenal event but i could have sworn i was back in florida. >> we both spent some time in florida. yesterday i was running as well and i thought this feels like i'm back in florida. >> unseasonably warm here, right? >> very warm and very humid. we have another day to go with that and then everything gets a little more comfortable. back to some spring weather. we've been asking where is spring. we've been jumping right to summer. we do have some cooler weather, more appropriate wet forethis time of year -- weather for this time of year in the seven day.
it's very cloudy out there. we even have fog through manassas and quantico and fredricksburg. and along 66 and also a little bit of 95 as you head south of the district. cloudy skies but i think we'll see some sunshine break up those crowds as we head through the rest of the day. 71 degrees. across the area once you head outside the beltway, you are into the mid- to upper 60s. it's warm and humid no matter how you slice it or dice it. 68 for baltimore and 66 as you head farther south through southern maryland. highs today mid-80s but once you head through southern maryland and the northern neck, only near 80 because you're going to have a better chance of some of those showers and more clouds as well. so areas that will see the best chance for rain are going to be east of 95. you can see the showers arrive through the northern neck, southern maryland. swerm winds, getting back to the mid-80s. we see spotty showers for your drive home. that's why we don't have the
yellow alert. i think a lot of people will see a dry drive home. showers approaching, 81. they will push on over east of 81 before sun sets but they'll just kind of fizzle out. tomorrow same story. another round of showers and storms. more people will see it but it doesn't last all day. then that cold front kicks everything out for the rest of the week. 86 today. near 90 tomorrow. very hot and humid. 74, though, by wednesday. back to more average highs for this time of year. very breezy on wednesday with some sunshine. thursday and friday look beautiful. we'll get back to the 80s over the weekend with a few more showers and storms. good morning, larry. >> good morning. we have a vehicle fire right now affecting traffic out in ashburn this morning. let's talk about it. it's on va 7 the eastbound side from ashburn road and loudoun county parkway. the right lane is closed as a result of the vehicle fire so we're asking drivers to use caution in that area. marc train riders, everything is running on schedule. vre, you could see delays later on this evening which could
affect fredricksburg as well as leland, possibly even brook because of some construction work that has to happen later on this evening. we don't expect to see toes at least till about 8:00. meantime if you're going to be traveling on the inner loop of the beltway from arlington boulevard to baltimore avenue, you're looking at commute. eastbound on 66 from prince william parkway into town to fairfax drive, a 26-minute commute as well. northbound on 95 from joplin road up to i-395, you're looking at a 21-minute commute. and if you're going to be traveling westbound on 66 from mlk highway to o street northeast, you're looking at a 15-minute commute this morning. one of the major things we've been talking about this morning is the fog. we can show you that fog this morning. this is actually the beltway here. that's the fog. one of the issues we've been talking about is the fog. you can see it up in the distance. it's starting to go away which is certainly good news but still an issue for drivers along areas of i-66 as well as
issues along 95. make sure you give yourself take time and drop the speed so you're safe on the roads. here's a look at some things in the news right now at 6:18. >> texas and surrounding states has taken a beating from torrential rains, flash flooding and tornadoes over the weekend. >> don champion is in texas with the latest on the wild storms. >> reporter: van is the latest texas town hit by a reported tornado. dozens of people were injured. nearly a third of the town was damaged. some hopes completely destroyed. this video of a tornado ripping the roof off an iowa school shows the winds blasting through the midwest and plains all weekend. >> i thought my ears were going to pop. >> reporter: from the twister that tore off the top of a church sunday in south dakota. >> we came out of the steakhouse down there and couldn't see the steeple so we knew something was wrong. >> reporter: to the torrential rains and tornadoes still slamming texas. >> we're seeing numerous flooding reports across
corsicana county. >> reporter: residents are picking up the pieces after tornadoes here in denton county northwest of dallas and in cisco where one person died and another was badly hurt. on a mother's day scared by mother nature, vanetta's brand baby had to be airlifted to safety by a national guard blackhawk hill copt gler she slept -- helicopter. >> she slept through her. >> and rescuers almost had to be rescued themselves trying to help two men stranded on top of a pickup truck. >> officials in van say a fire set off by that severe weather has damaged a number of homes. the carolinas are gearing up for my rain and high winds from ana. the tropical storm is downgraded to a depression but around 3 inches of rain is expected in parts of south carolina. for bikers taking part in myrtle beech's bike -- beach's
bike week, they had to literally ride out the storm. >> we talked about it. you know what? put the bikes on the truck and go. it's a tropical storm. it's not going to end the world. >> we'll -- ana will continue to weaken on shore before moving into the atlantic but rain and flooding is still a major concern. after months of testimony is the boston marathon jury ready to decide dzhokhar tsarnaev's fate? the answer may be yes. the jury is expected to begin weighing his punishment this week. the hill ts care for former president jimmy -- a health scare for former president jimmy carpenter. he was supposed to be in guyana but is in atlanta this morning where he told camera crews he has a virus. cea back early to rest up. -- he came back early to rest up. we understand he's already back to work at the carpenter center. arienne thompson joins us
with the bob. >> we begin with an update on bobbi christina? >> there is no progress. she has not improved. it's been three months since she was found in a bathtub. she was in a medically induced coma. they took her out of it and still no progress. >> we get confusing updates. her father says one thing. tells a group of concertgoers she's doing fine and then we hear this sat update. >> form some of the drama has died down with the family. bobbi and pat houston who is the daughter-in-law are now the legal guardians of bobbi kristina. >> baltimore had a big concert on the agenda good a huge star in our backyard this weekend. prince played the show that he promised everyone he was going to do for baltimore. we saw him talk about the black
lives matter a few months ago. he did all of the hits. apparently he did three or four encores. everyone is going to stick around all night for prince. >> people were talking about the fact that the prosecutor marilyn mosby was there. her husband gave it to her for a mother's day gift. >> what a mother's day gift. >> not bad at all. >> what's burt reynolds up to? >> looking reallied on. i hate to say that. >> he really is old. >> he's 79 but he showed up at a comecon event in philadelphia and he was like, let me check this out. what is this comiconn stuff. he had a cane and old man glasses. >> working a role? >> no, that's him. he's 79 but we think of burt reynolds as sexy and strapping. goes to show you hollywood, you still age no matter how famous you. >> reporter: morgan freeman was in town getting an honorary
agree this weekend but his marijuana comments are making a lot of noise. >> apparently mr. freeman loves weed. he did an interview and said why don't we just legalize marijuana. it's awesome. i've been smoking it for years. >> you've got to do the voice. >> i'm going to leave that to you. >> smoke it, snort it. >> whatever. he has chronic pain. he wears the compression glove at all times and he says that weed is the only thing that helps him with the pain in that hand. he's a great guy, too. i love him. whatever makes him happy makes me happy. >> and medical marijuana. >> of course, that's what he's talking about i'm sure. >> arienne, thank you very much. >> a d.c. native and former west point cadet shunned by his classmates and teachers because of his color of his skin is now
being honored by his former academy. we're back after this. >> reporter: i'm meteorologist allyson rae here on the weather terrace. it is warm. take a look. we have some patchy fog for areas along 66, manassas down through warrenton, culpeper your visibility is at zero. we're headed to near 80 degrees and we'll see a few showers.
in case you missed it, black men make up 2 pr 4.8 million educators across the country, according to numbers from the department of education. >> less than 1% of those are in elementary school classrooms. edward waters college in jacksonville, florida is working to try and change that. >> you are a mystery. >> he is now mr. bernard agers. >> it's pretty much a game changer in my life. >> reporter: and soon he'll be changing the lives of little ones in the classroom from mentor to certified teacher. he says he's learned one thing is essential. >> the need of black males in the classroom. >> reporter: he says having a mentor like them is important to many children's success. he credits part of his own accomplishments to one teacher. >> i had one black male teacher, just one. and he's the one i remember the
most. >> reporter: that's why he became a part of the college's call me mr. school willship program, a program designed to put black males as educator the in the duval county elementary schools. as a first graduate of the program, he already has an offer to teach. [indiscernible] >> reporter: according to the department of education, african-american men only make up 2% of the 4.8 million educators across the nation. less than 1% of them are in elementary schools. he says putting on the call me mr. blazer is just the beginning. the real work starts now. >> i had excellent role models in my life and i want to be the person that maybes a difference in a child's life. he called himself an invisible manual. benjamin davis, jr. was the only african-american cadet at west point in the 1930's.
he was completely shunned by the campus but didn't let that stop him. joining the ranks of the tuskegee airmen and eventually earning the rank of four star general, now west point is honoring him with a barracks in his nape. the davis barracks will open in 2017 and will cost around $1 # 6 million -- $186 million. davis died at 2002 at the age ever 89 -- of 89. she's hoping to call attention to the need for more infrastructure funding. later today congresswoman eleanor holmes norton will survey the h street bridge near union station. the issue at hand, getting enough money to rebuild the bridge which ddot has declared structurally deficient. good morning. welcome back to wusa9. it's 6:29. monday, may 11. we're going to enjoy another tropical day as we had for
mother's day. i'm andrea roane. i'm nick giovanni. it's back to business monday in the words of larry miller. he has his job monitoring the morning commute. you've got that right, right? >> right. >> and allyson rae has the forecast. >> it's souly out there. some of my coworkers have described, there aren't enough frizz products to control the air today. good luck, ladies. we'll start off with cloudy skies out there. it's cloudy. it's muggy. we're headed to the 80s. we're at 71 degrees. some areas into the 60s and we also have a little bit of fog out there. a little light breeze out of the east 5 to 10 miles per hour so a little breezy but the winds really are going to pick up as we head through tomorrow. a couple of showers today through delmarva, southern maryland and the northern neck and also through the mountains. not everybody will see the rain but we're headed to the mid- 80s. we'll talk about hotter weather coming your way. metro riders, your trains are running on schedule this morning. the bus is running on schedule
as well so we're off to a good start. where we see an issue is in ashburn where we have a right lane closed between ashburn road and loudoun county parkway as a result of a vehicle fire so we're asking drivers to use caution in that area. if you're going to be traveling northbound i-95 making your way from fredricksburg to the beltway, no major issues. the incidents of fog we've been reporting on starting to ease up. looks like it will give drivers a little bit after reprieve for the most part. we'll have your next update coming up in about ten minutes. topping our news this morning, thousands of people have been sent to baltimore's jail but turned away by correctional officers because their injuries were too severe. the report comes as the justice department begins its investigation into baltimore police practices. according to "the baltimore sun" in about the last three years, 2600 prisoners were turned away from central booking for broken bones as well as serious facial and head injuries. all these people were sent to the jail without getting medical attention by police.
25-year-old freddie gray was also denied medical treatment. he died in police custody of injuries he suspended, injury -- sustained, injuries to his voice box, spain and to his head. many say the mayor's delayed public response to the riots made matters worse in that city. in fact according to our news partners at "the washington post" the governor could not get a hold of the mayor for 90 minutes. she even reportedly dodged calls by his top aide. the mayor defends her position, says she need add solid plan before addressing the public and did so five hours after the riots began. delia goncalves, wusa9. there's extra security today at fairmont heights high school. we're told that will be the case all week long. it's the result of a fight that took place last week. the prince george's county county public school system says several fairmont heights students were charged with assault and disruption of
school activities. some of the students have been suspended. an investigation is still ongoing. funeral services for a fallen d.c. firefighter are scheduled for later this week. lieutenant kevin mcrae collapsed and died wednesday after fighting a high-rise fire in the shaw neighborhood. the fire and ems department says the funeral arrangements have been made for friday morning at the d.c. armory. a public viewing will be held from 9:00 until 11:00 followed by the funeral service. firefighters from across the country are expected to attend. could former virginia governor mob mcdonnell -- bob mcdonnell be making headway in his appeal. mcdonnell and his wife, maureen, have been allowed to remain free, even after both were sentenced earlier this year. legal experts suggest this means the court believes at least issues brought up in the appeal are a close call. i'm nikki burdine live in rockville. a heartbreaking story here where a couple was found dead here at their home on ridge
drive. i want you to take a look. there's still crime scene tape around the home and we're still learning more about what happened. this is what we know so far. police say dick and jody vilardo were found dead here at their home. jody was found dead inside by her daughter. dick was found dead outside in the backyard. their children showed up at the home because they were worried about their parents when they didn't show up for a mother's day event with their grandchildren and two kids. that's when they went inside and found the bodies of their parents. police aren't saying the cause of death, just that there was trauma to their upper bodies and their deaths are now considered homicides. the children of the couple released a statement. they said they are heart broken over the senseless tragedy. dick and jody are a warm and loving couple and know of no one who would want to hurt them. police have not said if there are any suspects or any weapons found on the property but i've been talking to neighbors this morning and they tell me that he are heart broken over what
happened because they describe dick and jody as sweet, kind, loving people and wonderful neighbors and they just couldn't believe this happened here but they're also worried because they say there's still no suspect that's been named so they don't know if this is random or somebody out there they should be scared of and they're just hoping for closure for this family as well as for their own safety. we are awaiting another update from montgomery county police. as soon as we get that, we'll pass it along you to. live in rockville, i'm nikki burdine, wusa9. thursday's arab summit in camp david will not include king solomon of saudi arabia. his absence is being interpreted as a sign of the country's unhappiness with the u.s.'s increased diplomacy with iran. saudi arabia denies any intention and plans to send the crown prince to the summit instead. leaders of the gulf nations are gathering to address ongoing conflicts with isis and continuing conflicts in the region. tonight at verizon center, the wizards try to take a 3-1 series lead in their second
playoff round series over the hawks. but some fans and maybe news anchors wrote off the wizards after john wall went down with a broken wrist but the buzzer beater saturday gave washington a 2-1 series lead. tonight's game tips just after 7:00 after verizon center. we'll see if they can build off that momentum. what a moment in d.c. sports history. it is 6:36. we want to congratulate our facebook fan ever the day. today's winner is karla jordan from fair play, maryland. she says i watch your news every day and a lot of shows on cbs. love topper's weather. >> we do, too, and allyson's of course. if you want to follow karla's lead to win two tickets to dave matthews band, go to our facebook page and fill out the form. >> and here i am on the weather terrace. it is very muggy, cloudy, and humid. yeah, muggy. let's take a look at your visibility. fog out there for manassas, warrenton, culpeper.
your visibility is at zero. give yourself extra time. we're headed for the mid 80s. i'll track your chances coming up. >> tonight at 11:00, kidnapped, murdered, a runwayway? a washington woman has been missing for years. her kids are desperate for answers. her anguished mother keeps on looking and wonders what role race may have played in the search tonight on wusa9 news
it is 20 minutes to 7:00. i'm meteorologist allyson rae. hope you had a great weekend. it was warm and today is warm as women. take a -- as well. take a look at our michael & son camera. eight cloudy and muggy. some -- it's cloudy and muggy. some areas have fog. we'll should this some showers. highs into the mid-80s. looks like we have an issue out in prince george's county this morning. this is definitely going to affect drivers so we want you to listen up. highway 410 eastbound at the bw parkway, three lanes blocked as a result of an accident there. police are directing traffic in that -- on that stretch of road so we're disg drivers to use -- asking drivers to use caution and pay attention to officers on the roads. we'll have more after the seven- day forecast. it's a morning ritual even a necessity for some of us. >> but coming up, a look at the germs you could be drinking right along with
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about morning. welcome back to wusa9. if you need that pick me up, unfortunately we have disturbing news to tell you. there may be a lot more than just caffeine in your morning cup of coffee. >> turns out germs like to lurk in covery machines. i'm officially freaked out. experts from loyola university in chicago tested swab samples of ten different single serve machines. this is what they found? >> reporter: your morning brew may contain more than caffeine. you could be getting a splash of bacteria along with your morning joe. we tested seen single serve machines. >> i'm kind of anxious to find out. >> reporter: swabbing the area where you place the ounds. >> i hope nothing. >> reporter: as well as underneath where the coffee comes out. >> we could be surprised. >> reporter: and the water ves voyeur. we brought -- water reservoir. we brought the samples to a lab. they found bacteria like
staphylococcus and streptococcus. he also discovered things like e. coli. >> which one would you be most concerned about? >> i think the high apartments of fecal material would probably be -- i would probably be concerned about. >> reporter: so is clara evans. with levels of heavy enterrick organizisms manying from the intestinal tract. >> that is disgusting. >> reporter: in two of the machines we found no bacteria in any of the samples. if three other machines we found bacteria in just the water samples. the remaining five had bacteria either on the machines, in the water or both places. these germs can cause gastrointestinal issues and stomach upset in peep, especially if they have compromised immune systems. >> any organism given the right
situation or right person can cause a problem. >> reporter: what if this is your coffee make senator. >> i'd clean it out. >> reporter: he recommends you wash your hands before using the machine, flush the system with vinegar regularly, use filtered water, change the water after each use, and let the pieces completely dry after cleaning them. >> cheers, huh? i'm going straight home and cleaning mine. the coffee machines heat the water to 190 degrees. if it's working properly, it should heat and kill most of the bacteria but not all of them. >> the manufacturers say the machines should be cleaned regularly. to our friends at cbs this morning. time to find out what they're covering this morning. >> charlie rose is in new york with a preview. good morning, charlie. >> good morning, nick and andrea. ahead another round of severe weather and it is not over yet.
we're in texas where crews are searching for the injured and we find some celebrities ignoring calls to let their california lawns go brown. the news is back in the morning. see you at 7:00. >> we'll be watching, charlie. thank you. 6:47. nick calls it rinse and repeat. i think it's too thick to rinse and repeat with the humidity out there. >> it is. it's soupy out there. feels like summer. it's not going to last for too long. two more days of humid weather and then most of the week is pretty refreshing. how about that for an adjective. >> the frizz control-- >> good luck today. eight going to be hard to control that frizz. we are looking at a very humid start. take a look at your michael & son camera. it's cloudy. it's muggy and it's at 71 degrees. areas in the suburbs are into the 60s headed to about the low to mid-80s today. some areas are going to be in the upper 80s where you're not going to see as good of a chance of rain. from frederick to leesburg to
gaithersburg, you're going to be warm and humid. your chance for rain is not as great as those areas that are going to be near 80. a wide range as far as temperatures are concerned. we'll see a few more showers through the northern neck and also delmarva and southern maryland. your temperatures are going to stay a little bit cooler near 80 but it's still warm and humid nonetheless. this is all because we have southeasterly winds on top of tropical depression ana kind of moving on in. here we are by 11:00 in the morning. just before lunch time a few showers but notice a bit of sunshine once you head west of 95. your temperatures are going to soar. another good chance of rain today is going to be along 81, even for culpeper, down through orange. this will move over to places like leesburg before it starts to fizzle on out for the rest of the night. tonight another muggy one, another warm one with temperatures only dropping down to near 70 or the upper 60s. then we gear up for tomorrow even hotter. i'm going to say today is warm
because we have to go true tomorrow which will be very hot and humid. near 90 degrees tomorrow after today 86. showers and storms are spotty today and they're spotty tomorrow as well. not everybody will see rain both days. for wednesday and thursday, there is some refreshing weather. that looks great. breezy and cool, 74 degrees with some sunshine. sticks around for thursday and then by friday pleasant, 78. we get back to near 80 degrees. all right, larry, time for traffic. thank you. certainly want to crank up the air conditioner today as you heard allyson mentioned because you're going to need it. want to let you know prince george's county some traffic, some issues affecting you right now. three lanes closed on highway 410. this is the eastbound side at the bw parkway as a result of an accident. police are are on scene directing traffic in that area. we want folks to use caution. if this is a route that you normally take, we're asking drivers to add anywhere from 15 to 20 minutes to your drive time so you can get around this mess. also deal with the additional detours as well. if you're going to be traveling
on the inner loop of the beltway no issues from leesburg park to new hampshire avenue. you're looking at a 19-minute commute. from urbana road to fairfax drive, you're looking at a 26- minute commute as well. as you head northbound on i-95 from centerport parkway to 395, a 37-minute commute. and collington road to 16th street, 13 mince. earthquake -- 13
i'm nikki burdine. tragedy on mother's day where police are investigating the death after couple who were found dead here at their home on ridge drive. the couple dick and jody vilardo were discovered by their children who came here to look for them when they didn't show up for a mother's day event. police say the couple's two children are devastated and the children say they don't know of anyone who would want to hurt them. police have not said the manner or cause of death, just that there was trauma to their upper bodies and their deaths are being considered homicides. delia? >> reporter: i'm following two alarming reports out of
baltimore. according to our news partners at "the washington post," maryland's governor wanted to send the national guard into baltimore soon after the riot but could not get a hold of the mayor for 90 minutes. also in the last three years, the baltimore jail turned away 2600 prisoners because the injuries they suffered while in police custody were far too severe. broken bones, facial injuries, head injuries as well. the justice department is investigating police practices. four suspects face court appearances in connection with the shooting of to police officers in hattiesburg, mississippi. 34-yard benjamin deen and 25- year-old liquori tate were shot and killed during a traffic stop saturday. there's a full day of events planning for officers week. the u.s. capitol police will hold a memorial service at the cap:toll visitors center. -- capitol visitors center.
finally fairfax county's elise search and rescue team is packing up to leave nepal. virginia task force one deployed to nepal late last month in response to the quake that's now killed more than 7,000 people. the work led to the rescue of a teenager trapped in a collapsed building among others. the team's website says they've been helping train embassy workers now would will have to deal with ongoing relief efforts once the task force members return home. young geography wizzes are in town for the 27th annual gee geographerric bee. 54 students are in the competition. two sixth graders are representing our area. jacob wall from the british school of washington and another from rebetter toe clementi german school. the top ten finalists will compete wednesday in the championship round and that air on the national geographic channel. most blockbuster films would be happy to debut with
$77 million in american theaters but that is for just the second week of "avengers." it still ant even opened yet in china or japan. the comedy "hot pursuit" debuted with just over $13 million. "age of adaline" still hanging in there, came in third and six weeks after its reloose "furious 7" placed fourth. here is a look at the seven- day forecast. the warmest days are today and tomorrow. mid-70s today and near 90 for tomorrow. today and tomorrow both we're going to see a few spotty showers, even a rumble of thunder but not everybody sees the rain and we cool off for the rest of the week so more refreshing by wednesday. 410 is where we'll see the traffic troubles this morning eastbound at the bw parkway where we had three lanes closed. police are on scene directing traffic in that area. again we're asking drivers to add anywhere from 15 to 20 minutes to your drive times so they can get around this trouble spot this morning.
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