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the chance for -- winter weather -- is moving into hampton roads ... we'll let you know how much snow is possible and tell you what cities are doing to prepare. plus -- wanting peace ((c16 2:48)) "i'm tired of sitting home being martin luther king junion holiday - a group of people had a peaceful anti-violence march. the message those people had. and -- the big issues -- we'll tell you what one virginia beach lawmaker says he'll
parts of hampton roads may see its next chance of light snow -- sunday. our team of meteorologists continue to track the likely-hood of the wintry mix. 10 on your side's matt gregory is also working to find out what cities are doing to prepare. but first, lets take a live look from towercam 10 over downtown norfolk. it's been a beautiful start to our weekend -- and hopefully you had the chance to enjoy the warmer weather -- because those temperatures are about to start dropping. meteorologist ashley baylor is in the super doppler 10 weather center to let us know how cold it's going to get and the places most likely to see any snow. ashley? tonight: mostly cloudy. relatively mild. lows: near 40. winds: light west to north. sunday: cloudy with rain developing through the morning. some wet snow could mix in north and west of the metro. highs: low-40s. winds: n 10 mph. monday: sunny, but chilly. highs: mid-30s. winds: w 10-15 mph. no complaints expect partly to mostly cloudy skies with temperatures dropping back into the upper-40s by 9 pm.
pleasant. we are tracking another storm system that will move across florida and off the coast of south carolina. even though this storm will move out to sea, it'll be close enough that we'll tap into some moisture..mostly in the form of rain, but it's possible some wet snowflakes could mix in north and west of the metro. the rain will develop around 8 to 9 am. we a rain/snow mix: franklin, isle of wight co, sussex co, surry co, williamsburg, and points north along the middle peninsula and northern neck. the rain and wintry mix will continue through 1 to 2 low-40s, nothing will stick, so no accumulations expected. the clouds will clear out monday, but it'll be next friday, but that's several days out and a lot can change between
with the chance of that wintry mix -- cities across the area are on standby -- and say they are ready to go incase any snow sticks to the roads. 10 on your side's matt gregory is live from virginia beach with the details. deanna, i talked with the spokespersons from the major cities in hampton roads. they're not so concerned with tonight. it's tomorrow that has their attention and each one said they're ready for anything. especially here in virginia beach. the fleet of trucks at virginia beach's public works facility are gassed up and ready to go. public works says they have been
since october. a spokesperson tells me they have 3- thousand tons of salt and sand mixed for the road treatments. they have have 3-thousand tons to back it up as well in case they run out. but im told they dont anticipate using that much in one winter storm. crews won't be on standby tonight. but the city will see how the the weater develops tomorrow. drew lankford / virginia beach public works c0011 :00:10:18 "depends on what it is. i mean if its freezing rain and sleet and a little bit of snow then we have trucks going out and treating roads. when you get three inches of snow or more then we put the blades on and start clearing them like that. alot of it depends on :00:10:33 if temperatures drop below freezing tonight. lankford tells me they'll have frost crews out on in the city. but he says its not because of the
frost crew does this every time temperatures dip. in virginia beach matt gregory 10 on your side. meteorologist ashley baylor will have updated information about the weather moving into hampton roads in about 15 minutes and on wavy news 10 at 10 on fox 43 and tonight on wavy news 10 after the football game. and, be sure to tune in tomorrow morning beginning at 6. meteorologist deitra tate will break down what to expect as that winter weather pushes into the area. plus, you can stay connected all winter long through out wavy 10 weather app. it's free for both apple and android users. we're following developing news from woodbridge, virginia. two men are in jail facing terrorism charges. police charged 28-year-old joseph hassan farrokh and 25-year-old mahmoud amin mohamed elhassan after farookh tried to
isil. officers nabbed farrokh at richmond international airport friday afternoon. he was trying to get on a flight to chicago. officials say from there he was to fly to amman, jordan and then to syria. police say elhassan drove farookh to richmond. they arrested him when he returned to woodbridge in northern virginia. if convicted, each man faces a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison. also developing at this hour -- five americans have been released from iranian custody. one of those americans is washington post journalist jason rezaian. he spent spent more than 500 days in an iranian prison on espionage charges. u-s officials said the u-s offered clemency to seven iranians, six of whom are dual u-s- iranian citizens, who are already convicted or are pending trial in the united states. virginia beach delegate scott taylor discussed his bid for u.s. congress today. taylor spoke to supporters at keagan's irish pub in town center today. it's his first public appearance since making the announcement yesterday. taylor who is an entreprenuer and
he's proud of his work to advance legislation on small business, education and veterans services. with his bid for congress, taylor says his run for lieutenant governor in 2017 will be put on hold. police are looking for the person responsible for a robbery at a store on south lynnhaven rd this morning. the call came into 9-1-1 just before 11. we're working to find out if the person had a gun - and the store that was robbed. newport news police arrested a suffolk man last night - in connection with an domestic assault in that city. 20-year-old keishon robinson is in the newport news city jail without bond. police in suffolk are also investigating to see if robinson is connected to any commercial armed robberies. still ahead -- anti-violence rally -- where people marched to show
we're on your side this winter-- making sure your family has something to keep you warm and dry. our coats for families drive has provided coats for more than three- thousand people this season. we've been collecting new and gently used coats since november. we want to thank our community sponsors and you for donating. today was the final distribution day. up next -- marching for peace -- just days before martin luther king, junior day... ((c13 58:22)) "why not
breaking news just into the wavy newsroom... norfolk police are at an accident... where a car went into the water. we just got these pictures into the newsroom. just before 5:30 the car went into the water near llewelyn avenue. we've been told the person made it out of the car. we're working to find more information about the accident.
norfolk just two days before martin luther king jr. day. a crowd of people marched -- advocating for safer neighborhoods. 10 on your side's joe fisher was there and joins us in the newsroom with more on their message. joe. deanna -- the city of norfolk recorded 33 homicides last year. what organizers say is 33 too many. they don't know why it keeps happening -- but they are devoted to at least trying to make their communtiies safer places to call home. kimberly wimbish/activist ((c13 57:19)) "we just want to stop the violence in the hampton roads community." an anti-violence march not much different than dozens prior. nats chanting. posters demanding equality. a simple message to put the guns down. but organizer kimberly wimbish says apparently not resonating. kimberly wimbish/activist ((c13 59:15)) "where's the positive things. where are we out we're always having to bury someone." one crime scene after the other.
supporters hoping to turn things around -- fueled by anger. james washington ((c16 2:48)) "i'm tired of sitting home being silent. this is not the time to be silent. it's time to march. it's time to march and come together in our communities today." more than 100 people walked from lafayette park -- down church street to the martin luther king monument. much like dr. king during the civil rights movement -- wimbish says it'll take strenghth in numbers -- this time to get people to think before they shoot. ((c13 :50)) "we can still take that legacy and that history and it's still here currently in the future and we still have a dream." that dream for safer communities, she says, involves teaching kids right from wrong and involving them in positive acitivities. a stronger relationship with police is important, too. ((c13 58:22)) "why not come together and create great things and leave a legacy in the people's desire for
communities than what they have now. reporting in norfolk, i'm joe fisher, 10 on your side. tonight: mostly cloudy. relatively mild. lows: near 40. winds: light west to north. sunday: cloudy with rain developing through the morning. some wet snow could mix in north and west of the metro. highs: low-40s. winds: n 10 about today - it was beautiful with highs in the upper-50s and low-60s. back into the upper-40s by 9 pm. sunday will not as pleasant. we are tracking another storm system that will move across florida and off the coast of south carolina. even though this storm will move out to sea, it'lle close enough that we'll tap into some moisture..mostly in the form of rain, but it's possible some wet snowflakes could mix in north and west of the metro. the rain will develop around 8 to 9 am. we will only see rain
however, these are the places that could see a rain/snow mix: franklin, isle of wight northern neck. the rain temperatures will be in the low-40s, nothing will stick, so no accumulations expected. the clouds will clear out sunday night, so we'll be chilly with highs only in the mid-30s. we are tracking another possible coastal storm next friday, but that's several days out and a lot tonight: mostly cloudy. relatively mild. lows: near 40. winds: light west to north. sunday: cloudy with rain developing through the morning. some wet snow could mix in north and west of the metro. highs: low-40s. winds: n 10 mph. monday: sunny, but chilly. highs: mid-30s. winds: w 10-15 mph. no complaints about today - it was beautiful with highs in the upper-50s and low-60s. this evening, expect partly to mostly cloudy skies with temperatures dropping back into the upper-40s by 9 pm. sunday will not as pleasant. we are tracking another storm
across florida and off the coast of south carolina. even though this storm will move out to sea, it'll be close enough that we'll tap into some moisture..mostly in the form of rain, but it's possible some wet snowflakes could mix in north and west of the metro. the rain will develop around 8 to 9 am. we will only see rain across the metro, however, these are the places that could see a rain/snow mix: franklin, isle of wight co, sussex co, surry co, and wintry mix will continue through 1 to 2 pm, then the clouds will quickly move out. since temperatures will be in the low-40s, nothing will stick, so no accumulations expected. the clouds will clear out sunday night, so we'll be waking up to sunny skies monday morning. expect plenty of sunshine on monday, but it'll be chilly with highs only in the mid-30s. we are tracking another
sportwrap. finishes for vcu, richmond and william & mary---a buzzer beater in of their own--but it was in a 1-point overtime loss to uab on thursday---and it snapped their 32-game home win streak--- today----trying to avoid a three-game losing streak---with middle tennessee in town-- time to start a new half---trey freemaon on the attack---crazy layup falls---game high 28 points for freeman-- monarchs up 3-- end of the half--last seconds--f-reeman no, but the tip by denzell taylor--- odu up 2 at halftime--- second half---- hustle from the freshman---zoran talley the offensive board and the putback-- he had 11---and odu up four---but back comes middle tennessee darnell harirs for three---he had 19---middle tennessee up four--- final seconds---odu down three with a
tie--no---and odu falls again-- 64-61 the final---three straight losses for coach jeff jones--- william and mary going for its 5th straight win----at unc half----sean sheldon----tribe captain tied a team high with 20 points----tribe ahead by largest lead---tribe pride defense----denzell ingram---career high 30 record with 8 threes----final seconds---game tied at 83----david cohn---for the win----no---so we go to overtime-----in the ot---tribe down 1------terry tarpey---the steal-----and the jam----he had 14---tribe led by one with 20 seconds left to play----seahawks respond---c-j- bryce---right at omar prewitt----wilmington ahead by 1----other
left---prewitt----looki ng for the contact---no call---no basket---no win---prewitt also had 20-----and it wasn't enough---tribe lose 97-94---they'll get elon at home on thursday. down to altanta---virginia tech at georgia tech-----georgia tech in white----end of the first half---three pointer---michael georgeous hunt----and the yellow jackets are up by 14---they led by as many as 15---and led by 10 with under 5 to go---from there--tech went on a 13-1 run---zach leday---layup good---hokies up 2----final seconds---they're up 1---desperation from georgia tech----no miracle--and virginia tech comes back from 15 to win their first acc road game in 2 years---they're 4 and 1 in the acc for the first time in 7 years----i see you coach buzz williams--- and speaking of notre dame---the irish inside cameron indoor stadiu---taking 9th ranked duke---notre dame in gold---demetrious
points--irish up 6 with 8 and a half left----duke not going quietley---luke kennard---off balance and the foul---team- high 30 points----minute and a half left----irish up one---greyson allen---18 points for the sophomore and duke's gotta one point lead----35 seconds left---bonzie colson---career high 31 points----basket and one---irish have a 2- point edge---last seconds---notre dame at the line----no good---zach august with the rebound--and that's it---back to back losses for duke---their first home loss in over a year---- still on tobacco road---dicky v doin the dance-----acc-leading north carolina----home against nc state---tie game at halftime---but all tar heels in the second half---kennedy meeks the slam---game-high 23 for meeks---wasn't the greatest shooting day for either team---and the tar heels only had one more rebound than the wolfpack----meeks again----heels with a 12-point win---only 9 points for nc state's anthony cat barber the acc's leading scorer--- out of hampton high school. great finish in the state