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5-15mph. wednesday: mainly cloudy with scattered showers. early...then gradually falling. wind: pressure is in the atlantic, and the southerly flow on the backside of it is allowing our temperatures to warm up. highs will be about 10 degrees above average on tuesday with upper 50s and lowers 60s expected. a cold front will be moving in late tuesday...so, expect increasing clouds throughout the day. the front crosses early wednesday, and there will be scattered showers affiliated with it...and falling temps (warmest in the morning). no wintry weather is expected with this as temps will be too warm. however, thursday, a low will move north &
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coast, and it will swing we're still fine-tuning this forecast...so, stay while most of hampton roads watched the snow fall saturday from inside their warm homes - for possibly 100s of military families - that wasn't an option. they had - little to no heat or hot water. some say it lasted more than 12 hours. they felt they didn't get enough information - so they called 10 on your iside. our deanna leblanc is outside the ben moreell complex with the update. deanna. the residents i spoke with - gave mixed reviews of the response they received when they lost - others felt - there was more that should have been done. 18:45 house was still cold. hasn't heated up. went and tried to do a reset on the furnace. tried to light the stove. this family is one of about 120 others that made calls for service from the ben moreell housing complex saturday,
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they had no heat - no hot water. the problem - was low gas pressure from a line on the navy base. 21:49 so i call their 24 hour maintenance number which is what they referred us to on their facebook page. which is a call center back in california. this family who asked not to be identified - felt that lincoln military housing should have done more. two people in their home have medical conditions - and they and then an hour later the heat's back on. i didn't want to jump into something we didn't necessarily have to do. 22:45 but - after making 17 phone calls -from noon to nine - they never got any concrete answers. we found out - lincoln military housing couldn't give concrete answers, because they didn't have any. a spokesman tells me they had to wait for the navy have been helpful. 22:53 i thought for sure they'd tell us one way or another. i would have appreciated even if they said don't hold your breath for 12 hours. we they did everything they could. including calling opened up community centers, and ordered
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now i also spoke with families who said they felt lincoln military housing situation as best they could. the navy - even opened a base gym so people could get warm showers. duffy says they will review their plans to see how and where they can make things smoother in the future. in norfolk i'm dl 10 on your side. in north carolina -- thousands are still without power across the state. more than eleven-thousand as of this morning at least six people died during the storm -- all of them in traffic accidents. no traffic related deaths
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shoveling snow. the big apple is slowly getting back to normal today. the city was literally shut down over the weekend. the governor issuing a travel ban. its been lifted -- but new yorks mayor -- encouraging people to stay off the roads. (bill de blasio- ny mayor )- "this is not your history of new york city in the last century and a half. we've got to get that through everybody's head." the city saw a one-day record-setting 26 inches of snowfall on saturday. in d-c -- schools and federal offices remained closed today. city officials asking people to stay off the streets and let the crews continue to clear the roads. at a briefing earlier today d-c's mayor said it's important to note - that even though the snow has stopped falling -- the danger has not passed: 47-1:05 mayor murial bowser/district of columbia we talked to night. so, any wet surface can become icy- walkways, sidewalks and roadways. we are
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in washington, d.c. about 2 feet of snow fell on the nation's capitol. mayor bowser plans to ask for federal funding to help for the clean-up. so -- where are crews putting all of that snow? a lot of it is going to the parking lot at r- f-k stadium. as soon as the snow stopped falling -- snow removal crews hit the streets of d-c. trucks are filled with snow -- then dumped in the "snow lot" -- then bulldozers back the snow into mounds -- some as tall as 15 feet. in elizabeth city -- a man is behind bars after police say he tried to rob a 74 year old woman. 28 year old brett cote is facing multiple charges tonight. ten on your side's liz palka is in elizabeth city - where she spoke to the victim. liz what was she able to tell you? police tell us: the man forced the victim to drive him to a bank --
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when she said no -- he hurt her. cue to vo- "for a newspaper." police say a man got into a woman's car at the "zoom in" convenience store on main street extension, and asked for a ride to the bank. once at the gateway bank on ehringhaus street- the man she give him money. police say she refused-- and he threatened her. cue to sot- "how she got away." feeds 1601251710 17;11;04 i went to grab my keys and that's when he went to grab my hand. then i to do not know. so i run to the street and try to get help then call police. cote is in jail - facing multiple charges, including assault. we are working to get
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bring them to you on air and online. lp toys new information tonight on a lawsuit filed by the families of ten sailors -- who died aboard the el faro cargo ship that sank in a hurricane in october. the florida times-union is reporting each of the families will receive 500 thousand dollars in a settlement reached with tote maritime -- the ships owner. the family of virginia beach resident richard pusatere was among those who filed claims against tote. legal documents say the settlements cover "pre-death pain and suffering" and economic losses from the deaths. coming up on wavy news
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with the iowa caucus now just one week away the latest polls show a tight race. plus -- could their be a new "independent" candidate about to jump into the race? plus - getting planes and trains up and running after a weekend winter storm that brought the
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more on our continuing winter weather coverage - airports in the storm zone are working on getting back up and running. still -- more than 28-hundred flights were delayed or canceled at some of the nation's busiest airports today. including hundreds at reagan national and dulles in d-c. both airpports resuming flights today -- much to the delight of passengers who have been stranded in d-c. (passenger 1) "i had eight cancellations, but they've been rolling all the cancellations over. so, i'm thrilled to be getting out on time, heading back to new a defense tech expo and
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weather had other plans, so i had a nice little, kind of like forced vacation in d.c. so, it wasn't too bad." in all -- nearly 12-thousand flights were canceled this weekend because of the winter storm. amtrak is also working to get up and running at full speed again. right now much of the northeast corridor is operating on a limited schedule. passengers who use the amtrak service will only be able to travel between d-c and boston until further notice. service between d-c and points in virginia is still limited. chris isacson/passenger "i just found out my train is not coming. i have no idea when i'm going to get to school, there's a lot of snow on the ground. if you have any answers, you let me know." tied to janice fitzpatrick/passenger "waiting for a train. hopefully our train isn't going to be canceled - i'm still waiting. they have not posted it on the board as being canceled." a spokesperson for amtrak says that passengers should check the status of
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stations. coming up on wavy news ten at five- thirty - one week to go until the first votes are casts. what are the candidates doing in iowa to sway voters in a race that's too close to call. plus -- we got a pretty have on your emotions -- and what you can do to battle
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with a week to go until votings begins in the iowa caucus - tonight the three democratic presidential hopefuls are ready to make one last pitch to voters. tonight c-n-n is hosting it's final democratic townhall before voters head to the polls. for a look at where things stand in the democratic race - here's ten on your side's national correspondent mark meredith.
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trt: 1:20 out: in washington, i'm mark meredith reporting. nats of bernie being applauded walking in riding high in iowa. vermont senator bernies sanders leads the polls in the hawkeye state but is far from guaranteed first state to vote comes at the expense of national frontrunner former secretary of state hillary clinton. while she may be in second in iowa - she's spending time reminding voters of her first hand 01:00:47-01:00:54i n clinton sot "i offer you my experience, and my judgement, about how best that job should be done" over the weekend - clinton scored the endorsement of iowa's largest newspaper - the des moines register. but it's too early to tell if it'll help her re-take the lead. graphic a cbs / you gov poll released sunday shows sanders with a narrow lead over clinton - just by one percentage point - and well within the margin of error. but a rival poll - released by c-n-n's shows sanders leading by five points. nat break tonight's c-n-n townhall won't include a debate stage - instead each candidate will speak one on one with a moderator. clinton campaign may already be looking ahead
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even in the granite state - polls show sanders on top. mark tag one new factor hanging over the heads of both democrats and republicans - a possible third party bid by former new york run because of the current make up of the race. it's also a sign there's a lot that can happen between now and november. in washington im mark meredith. tonight: partly-mainly cloudy sky.. not as cold. lows in the mid-upper 30s. wind: sw 5-10mph tuesday: partly-mainly cloudy and unseasonably warm. (stray shower possible early for ne north carolina coast & virginia beach). highs near 60. wind: sw 5-15mph. wednesday: mainly cloudy with scattered showers. high in the 40s early...then gradually
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nnw 10-20mph. high pressure is in the atlantic, and the southerly flow on the backside of it is allowing our temperatures to warm up. highs will be about 10 degrees above average on tuesday with upper 50s and lowers 60s expected. a cold front will be moving in late tuesday...so, expect increasing clouds throughout the day. the front crosses early wednesday, and there will be scattered showers affiliated with it...and falling temps (warmest in the morning). no wintry weather is expected with this as temps will be too warm. however, thursday, a low will move north & parallel to the east coast, and it will swing some moisture our way. there could be some wintry mix with this system, but
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this forecast...so, stay tuned. otherwise, skies clear by friday, and warmer weather returns by the
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tonight: partly-mainly cloudy sky.. not as cold. warm. (stray shower possible early for ne scattered showers. high in the 40s early...then gradually falling. wind: nnw 10-20mph. high allowing our temperatures to warm up. highs will be about 10 degrees above average on tuesday with upper 50s and lowers 60s expected. throughout the day. the front crosses early wednesday, and there will be scattered showers affiliated with it...and falling temps (warmest in the morning). no wintry weather is expected with this as temps will be too some moisture our way. there could be some wintry mix with this system, but we're still fine-tuning weather returns by the
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weather returns by the weekend! coming up on wavy news ten at five- thirty - winter can be tough -- physically and mentally. a lot of folks just want these dreary days to go away. but there are ways to fight the winter blues. and i'm tom schaad. next on wavy news 10 at
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a frightening fire at a mobile home park. three happened-- and why this could have been a lot worse. and is there a secret method to fighting violent crime-- especially in a city that many say is being ignored by the people at the top? see what andy fox learned from a local councilman-- and whether it's really possible... when nicole and i see you
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even if you love the cold and outdoor sports -- the shorter days and longer nights of winter can bring on the blues. in fact -- about 12 million americans suffer from sad - seasonal affective disorder. doctors say in severe cases people with "sad" become depressed. many patients claim they just can't function. that's because the brain goes through a chemical imbalance due to a lack of sunlight. it can cause fatigue, lack of energy, oversleeping, difficulty concentrating and cravings for foods high in carbohydrates. there are things you can do to treat seasonal affective disorder. start by modifying your diet and exercising more. also - light therapy. and if the problem becomes serious - some doctors will recommend anti- depressants or psychotherapy to help patients get through the dark days of winter. coming up on wavy news ten at five- thirty - when a winter storm hits
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time? an epic snowball fight -- of course! then at 6-- a man shot several times in a hampton neighborhood. people who know the victim are saying -- why him? see their reasons- next on wavy news 10
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>> now, from the station on your side, this is wavy news 10. tom: neighbors rush into save lives -- in to save lives. nicole: hampton roads' brush with the blizzard of 2016 is nearly memory, but could moore
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on the way? tom: first, the scene of what is left of snow from chopper -- fr chopper 10. the further south you go, the more hard-pressed you are defined yards covered in snow. nicole: this video from "newport news -- newport news. a little bit of slush on side streets, but nothing major. crew worksed on sending -- sanding and salting wet spots. tom: southhampton and greensville county's have -- county have canceled classes. don: some areas will have a re-freeze throughout the region. mainly those areas that have snow on the ground or snow on
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