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the commonwealth attorney's office got the case and after looking at the physical evidence and talking to witnesses decided dejesus killed covington in self defense. today the charge against her was dropped. dejesus was already out on bond. prosecutors say they can bring the charge of court and they feel like she got away with murder. now to more breaking news - this time in hampton. police are investigating a suspicious package on towne center way.
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hampton. this is near several businesses so police are evacuating those nearby until they can figure out what the package is. we are working to find out the latest details about this. as soon as we have more information we'll pass it along. now to chesapeake where we are following more breaking news. first a mobile home fire. the fire department says a mobile home caught fire on military highway. that's not far from north battlefield boulevard. the latest we know so far is that firefighters are still on the scene. when crews got there a little after 10:15, they say the mobile home was fully engulfed in flames. we are working to find out more details like if anyone is hurt, and what may have started it. we'll pass that along as soon as we get it. now to a breaking time saver traffic alert -- the one-thousand block of waters road in chesapeake is closed. that's because an accident caused downed power lines there. crews expect to be working until two
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now let's talk about the weather and showers moving into our area soon. here's a live look from towercam 10. the sun is is warm. but not far across the state-- a major thunderstorms. behind it-- a big drop in the temperature. let's get the latest now from meteorologist ashely baylor in the super center. this afternoon: increasing clouds with rain developing this evening. highs: low to mid-70s. winds: s 10-20 mph. tonight: rain with a few isolated thunderstorms. temps: falling into the upper-50s by 7 am. winds: s to w 5-15 mph. thursday: cloudy with intermittent showers. temps: gradually falling into the mid-40s by 5 pm. winds: n 5-10 mph. it's a tough day to sit in a classroom or an office - we are already tracking temperatures in the 70s
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hampton roads. clouds will gradually fill in through the afternoon with rain developing this evening, between 5 to 6 pm. with a cold front swinging through, there could be bouts of heavy rain tonight with a few rumbles of thunder. this is a slow-moving front, so we'll be tracking periods of rain through tomorrow morning. make sure you grab an umbrella tomorrow since we'll be tracking intermittent showers throughout the day. most of rain will fall across the metro, but we can't rule out some spotty showers farther north and along the eastern shore. temperatures will start in the upper-50s and gradually fall into the mid-40s by 5 pm. we'll keep a few isolated morning showers in the forecast for friday, but the afternoon should be dry with highs in the
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now is the time to download our wavy weather app, ahead of this evening's rain. it's free and available for smartphones and tablets. we have breaking political news this midday. kentucky senator rand paul says he is ending his presidential campaign. paul came in fifth in the iowa caucus picking up about 4-and-a-half-percent of the votes. he issued a statement about today saying it's been an incredible honor to run for president and fight for liberty. he went on to say - "the fight is far from over. i will continue to carry the torch for liberty in the united states senate, and i look forward to earning the privilege to represent the people of kentucky for another term." we have new information about a shooting we first brought to you as breaking news at 11:00. police tell us a 25-year-old man shot last night in newport news is still in the hospital and they have no suspect information. investigators say this all started just before 7:00 when officers heard gunshots near 36th street and chestnut avenue. officers later found the
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paramedics took him to the hospital with possibly life-threatening injuries. we'll continue to work out sources and find out more about this shooting. if you know anything that could help police, call the crime line. new at midday, we can show you video from inside a plane shortly after an explosion ripped a hole in it. :00 - :07 nats of wind on plane this is cell phone video of passengers wearing oxygen masks shortly after an explosion blew a hole in the plane. this is shortly after the plane took off from somalia's capital. c-n-n reports somali authorities say one passenger on the plane was ejected out of the hole. right now the country's civil avaiation authority is investigating, and says there is no evidence suggesting the explosion was a criminal act. this all happened on tuesday. here's a look outside the plane after it made an emergency
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daallo airlines plane. it was headed from mogadishu to djibouti on the horn of africa. we have more information about an overnight fire in norfolk. investigators were able to confirm that the home was vacant at the time, and under renovation. :00 - :04 nats of fire that's video a viewer posted to our facebook page this morning. you can see the flames shooting from this home on malboro avenue, off kimball terrace. investigators say they are still trying to figure out what caused this. it started around 2:00 this morning, and no one was hurt fighting the fire. fire investigators are looking for the cause of this fire in cheaspeake. we first brought this to you as breaking news last night at 11:00. two people living inside this home on laurel avenue off indian river road got out safely, but the home has severe damage. bad news for hundreds of workers in hampton roards.
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got laid off. this is part of cuts we've been telling you about for months. they first began back in september. the president of newport news shipbuilding says this is all because of a lack of work. in addition to the 738 workers who got pink slips today, the company says even more lay offs are coming later this year. however right now, the shipyard does not know how many people those cuts could affect. just last week we told you the navy is expediting repairs on three ships to try and give the struggling shipyards in hampton roads more work. we are not sure how that will impact future layoffs in the area. today the city of norfolk met with the u-s army corps of engineers to help solve flooding in norfolk. this is new video of this morning's meeting. city leaders are teaming up with the group for a flood risk management study. norfol is one of the most flood-prone cities in the country. the flood risk study will
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help reduce flooding. water testing around fentress air field in chesapeake starts today. the city will check the well water after recent testing found high levels of chemicals called p-f-cs. the navy has been giving bottled water to people working there. military officials told us, that was just a precaution. they say the water is safe based on federal and state standards. but neighbors told us, it doesn't make them feel better. 10 on your side was there last night as more than 150 attended a meeting to learn more about the contaminated water and the planned testing. one health expert told us the water is safe to drink. 2 supers sot - dr. nancy evidence that indicates on a confirmed basis that drinking the water is associated with specific problems. 1:40:00 butt sot - holly meeks, chesapeake resident - clip 40 1:49:16 i makes me a little nervous but they're obviously doing what they can to be proactive about it. 1:49:22 so far, crews have only tested the water on fentress field property.
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for residents ends on the 13th. results come back in march. we will keep following this story and let you know what the results show. still ahead for you on wavy news 10 midday-- a possible decision day in the case against bill cosby. the make or break ruling that could quickly change the charges. plus - why you may soon not need your card at the a-t-m. the technology that could have you getting closer to a "phone only" payout plan. and an unique way to bond a loved one for sure. how a texas mother has taken jewelry making to a way different level. severe weather rips through parts of the midwest, and leaves people scrambling. 1:30 - 1:35 "told my son to get inside and we just crawled under a desk and started praying." you'll hear what it felt like when a man said the tornado was right on top
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in about 15 minutes, a bail hearing is expected to begin for one of the suspects facing charges in nicole lovell's death. 19-year-old natalie keepers could find out today if she gets to leave jail. police say the virginia tech student faces charges for improperly disposing of a body and accessory before the fact. her classmate, 18-year-old david eisenhauer, faces charges in lovell's kidnapping and murder. he has not had a bail hearing, and also has not entered a plea. however according to an arrest warrant, eisenhauer told police "the truth would set him
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in a news conference we first told you about yesterday at midday, prosecutors in the case say someone stabbed 13- year-old lovell to death. they also said she likely died on the day she disappeared, january 27th. lovell's mother also spoke at the news conference. she was so emotional, she couldn't finish the statement she came to read. "nicole touched many people throughout her short life." (mother cries and walks away) "the last part here just says our heart still aches in sadness and secret tears flow. what it meant to lose you no one will ever know." 14;02;38 lovell's father spoke to the media a couple days know why this happened. today a judge could rule whether or not to throw out a case against actor and comedian bill cosby. yesterday's hearing about sexual abuse charges against cosby continued
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felony counts of aggravated indecent assault for allegedly durgging and sexually assaulting a woman back in 2004. we have new information about a veteran who thwarted a robber. we first told you about this yesterday at midday. now the veteran is speaking out about the scary experience. this surveillance video shows a florida clerk fighting off a man trying to rob this gas station. that clerk is army veteran david dick. he says the robber asked him to put money from the cash register in a bag, and that's when he decided to strike. :40 - :46 "as soon as he took the gun off me and his eyes off me that's when my training kicked in." butt to :55 - 1:01 "i wanted to his face kind of felt like mush." the clerk says the robber tried to shoot an air soft gun, but it jammed. for the suspect. people in missisippi are cleaning up after a state. :05 - :12 "it's right
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tornado." this is video of the damage in collinsville, mississippi. in addition to damage from a tornado, a storm brought powerful rain and wind. it damaged several buildings, but luckily no one was seriously hurt. :45 - 1:04 aaron pogue, witnessed storm "when it hit i could tell it hit. the first thing, the whole pressure in the house changed. the whole house started popping and it felt like you were at the bottom of a really deep pool. like a pool of in my back. my whole back started spasming. butt to 1:12 - 1:19 it got really intense for a as quick as it came it just stopped" towner leaders want to request that collinsville be declared a disaster zone. in other parts of the country, snow, ice and wind caused this. you can see an s-u-v here in south dakota spinning around several times before finally coming to a stop
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of the state are under a blizzard warning right now. forecasters say the winds got up to 45 miles per hour. ( weather anim - with track) increasing clouds with rain developing this evening. highs: low to mid-70s. winds: s 10-20 mph. tonight: rain with a few isolated thunderstorms. temps: falling into the upper-50s by 7 am. winds: s to w 5-15 mph. thursday: cloudy with intermittent showers. temps: gradually falling into the mid-40s by 5 pm. winds: n 5-10 mph. it's a tough day to sit in a classroom or an office - we are already tracking temperatures in the 70s in some spots across hampton roads. clouds will gradually fill in through the afternoon with rain developing this evening, between 5 to 6 pm. with a cold front swinging through, there could be bouts of heavy rain tonight with a few rumbles of thunder. this is a slow-moving front, so we'll be tracking periods of rain through
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sure you grab an umbrella tomorrow since we'll be tracking intermittent showers throughout the day. most of rain will fall across the metro, but we can't rule out some spotty showers farther north and along the eastern shore. temperatures will start in the upper-50s and gradually fall into the mid-40s by 5 pm. we'll keep a few isolated morning showers in the forecast for friday, but the afternoon should be dry with highs in the
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up next on midday - it's no zoo exhibit. but it came face to face with this huge snake. plus - is it a prank or does it have a more sinister purpose? the odd find popping up on people's property in one town. and we're following breaking - charges dropped in a deadly stabbing.
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try coming face-to-face with this. that's what happened to a woman in florida. she found this anaconda right in her backyard! anacondas are actually one of the largest snakes in the world. this one was probably just a year old, however that was little comfort for the homeowner who found it. :54 - 1:09 regina boyett, homeowner "the look, the eyes, i'll
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go in the backyard... could be babies... said it was a female, so we don't really know." the homeowner called her father-in- law over. he got a shovel and was able to coral the snake to wrap around the handle. then animal control came over and took it away. unfortunately this story doesn't have a happy ending for the anaconda. animal control couldn't find the snake's owner, so it'll be put down. now to another strange surprise at a florida home. someone found a dead catfish in their mailbox. take a look - the homeowner says she was shocked to find the large, dead fish, but oddly she isn't the only one. according to a facebook page for residents in this neighborhood, two other people reported similar incidents. one person said someone threw a catfish into their yard, and another person also found one in their mailbox. neighbors believe this could be kids playing a prank, but they worry it could turn into
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a lot going on this wednesday afternoon-- including breaking news. charges suddenly dropped against a woman accused of killing her boyfriend. our jason marks has a look at why the change of heart. also breaking-- busy shopping area on the peninsula-- eveacuated-- all because of a suspicious package. what we know about it at this point. plus we have the very latest on an explosion that ripped a hole in an airplane. we'll show you new video from inside the plane after the blast. plus-- hundreds of people-- now out of a job. a local shipyard cuts back in a big way. we're back at --:-- on wavy news 10 midday i'm anita blanton. thanks for staying with us. we have a lot of news to get to but first let's start with the weather, an the threat of storms moving into the area today. here's a live look at tower cam 10. we have clear skies now, but that will drastically change tonight. let's get the latest from meteorologist ashley baylor in the super
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weather center... this afternoon: increasing clouds with rain developing this evening. highs: low to mid-70s. winds: s 10-20 mph. tonight: rain with a few isolated temps: falling into the upper-50s by 7 am. winds: s to w 5-15 mph. thursday: cloudy with intermittent showers. temps: gradually falling into the mid-40s by 5 pm. winds: n 5-10 mph. it's a tough day to sit in a classroom or an office - we are already tracking temperatures in the 70s in some spots across hampton roads. clouds will gradually fill in through the afternoon with rain developing this evening, between 5 to 6 pm. with a cold front swinging through, there could be bouts of heavy rain tonight with a few rumbles of thunder. this is a slow-moving front, so we'll be tracking periods of rain through tomorrow morning. make sure you grab an umbrella tomorrow since we'll be tracking intermittent showers throughout the day. most of rain will fall
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can't rule out some spotty showers farther north and along the eastern shore. temperatures will start in the upper-50s and gradually fall into the mid-40s by 5 pm. we'll keep a few isolated morning showers in the forecast for friday, but the afternoon should be dry with highs in the low-40s. now is the time to download our wavy weather app, ahead of this evening's rain. it's free and available for smartphones and tablets. now an update to breaking news out of virginia beach. the charges against a woman who allegedly killed her boyfriend have been dropped. 10 on your side's jason marks was in court this
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came down, and has the breaking details. jason - it was a very emotional day in court. even megan dejesus cried as the prosecution dropped the charge against her. she was charged with stabbing her boyfriend terrance death. this is video from just a she was charged with voluntary manslaughter. police say she and her boyfriend terrance conington got into a fight at their home and she stabbed him to death. days later she was sent for a metal examination but found competent to stand trial. the commonwealth attorney's office got the case and after looking at the physical evidence and talking to witnesses decided dejesus killed covington in self defense. today the charge against her was dropped. super=deanna means/convington family friend "i think it is completely unfair a murderer just walked free people who run a
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killed him' dejesus did not say anything on her way out of court. prosecutors say they can bring the charge back up of new evidence comes to light. jason marks 10 on your side now to more breaking news - this time in hampton. now to more breaking news - this time in hampton. now to more breaking news - this time in hampton. police are investigating a suspicious package on towne center way. this is picture is from fire officials in hampton. we just checked with police, so far there are no new details. here's what we know so far - the package is near several businesses so
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are evacuating those nearby until they can figure out what the package is. look for more details on wavy news 10 at 4. we just learned new information about a mobile home fire in chesapeake. the fire department says a man was hurt when a mobile home caught fire on military highway. that's not far from north battlefield boulevard. firefighters say they are also looking for a cat that is unaccounted for right now. the fire is now under control. when crews got there a little after 10:15, they say the mobile home was fully engulfed in flames. investigators are still trying to figure out the cause. a time saver traffic alert -- the one- thousand block of waters road in chesapeake is closed. that's because an accident caused downed power lines there. crews expect to be working until two this afternoon. we have breaking political news this midday. kentucky senator rand paul says he is ending his presidential campaign. paul came in fifth in the iowa caucus picking up about 4-and-a-half-percent of
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statement about today saying it's been an incredible honor to run for president and fight for liberty. he went on to say - "the fight is far from over. i will continue to carry the torch for liberty in the united states senate, and i look forward to earning the privilege to represent the people of kentucky for another term." we have new information about a shooting we first brought to you as breaking news at 11:00. police tell us a 25-year-old man shot last night in newport news is still in the hospital and they have no suspect information. investigators say this all started just before 7:00 when officers heard gunshots near 36th street and chestnut avenue. officers later found the victim on 31st street. paramedics took him to the hospital with possibly life-threatening injuries. we'll continue to work out sources and find out more about this shooting. if you know anything that could help police, call the crime line. new at midday, we can show you video from inside a plane shortly
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ripped a hole in it. :00 - :07 nats of wind on plane this is cell phone video of passengers wearing oxygen masks shortly after an explosion blew a hole in the plane. this is shortly after the plane took off from somalia's capital. c-n-n reports somali authorities say one passenger on the plane was ejected out of the hole. right now the country's civil avaiation authority is investigating, and says there is no evidence suggesting the explosion was a criminal act. this all happened on tuesday. here's a look outside the plane after it made an emergency landing. this is a daallo airlines plane. it was headed from mogadishu to this is a daallo airlines plane. it was headed from mogadishu to djibouti on the horn of africa. we have more information about an overnight fire in norfolk. investigators were able to confirm that the home
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and under renovation. :00 - :04 nats of fire that's video a viewer posted to our facebook page this morning. you can see the flames shooting from this home on malboro avenue, off kimball terrace. investigators say they are still trying to figure out what caused this. it started around 2:00 this morning, and no one was hurt fighting the fire. bad news for hundreds of workers in hampton roads. today 738 workers at newport news shipbuilding got laid off. this is part of cuts we've been telling you about for months. they first began back in september. the president of newport news shipbuilding says this is all because of a lack of work. in addition to the 738 workers who got pink slips today, the company says even more lay offs are coming later this year. however right now, the shipyard does not know how many people those cuts could affect. just last week we told you the navy is
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three ships to try and give the struggling shipyards in hampton roads more work. we are not sure how that will impact future layoffs in the area. everything is going hi-tech these days, and next it could be your a-t-m. soon all you'll need is your smartphone to pull out money. kayla tausche shows us how the new technology works. we've got smartphones, smart homes and smart watches - now your atm is getting smarter, too. (nats: "we view this as much broader than a cash 18,000 atm's... and soon you won't need a card to use them. at the "e-atm" - launching later this year - it won't matter if you left your wallet at home. just log into the chase app, find the 7-digit code, and type it into any chase atm in your vicinity. it's one of hundreds of features brainstormed at the bank's innovation center in columbus, ohio. some ideas - like a fingerprint scanner - got left on the cutting room
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being put into practice - like, the ability to withdraw three times more money - and in more denominations. customers can now take out up to 3-thousand dollars in one their mortgage and credit card bills standing at one of these machines, too. (sot: barry sommers / jp morgan chase, ceo consumer banking) "we do all this because our customers are asking for this. they want to be able to bank when they want, where they want and how they want. and this machine is allowing us the flexibility to do and citigroup atm's may soon scan your iris for identification. the upgrades over the years have made the machines more popular among customers than visiting a teller and cheaper for the bank, too. every teller transaction costs the bank 65 cents. that figure drops to 8-cents at an a-t-m, and just 3-cents on your mobile device. that was kayla tausche reporting. speaking of money, here in hampton roads, police say there's
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going around. over the past few months, officers in hampton say they've seen bogus bills popping up all over the city. that includes an incident back in november when they say a man spent seven fake 100-dollar bills in the walmart on cunningham drive. investigators say they're also seeing more cases of fake money passing between people selling items on craigslist. officers say the best way to prevent that from happening to you, is to set up a meeting place at the police station. criminals are less likely to pass off fake money there. still ahead on midday- a 14-year-old hero. how he put himself in harms way to save people in two different homes. plus - they look like pearls but you won't believe what this beautiful jewelry is made of. it's a tribute to moms around the world. plus - we're on your side with another look at the super doppler 10 forecast
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a texas mother created a very unique way to commemorate the bond between mother and child. she made jewelry out of her breast milk. bridgette boudreaux takes real breast milk, adds preservatives, and then lets it sit in a refrigerator. within a week, it becomes solid. then she can mold it into different designs, and add a top coat of resin to harden it. :37 - :48 "each breast milk pearl is a different shade of cream to white so you're getting what
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are alike." boudreaux understands to some the idea is a little strange. but she says she's met many women who believe page from mothers who can't or have trouble breastfeeding, who suffer from post-partum depression, and even mothers who have lost a child. 1:14 - 1:27 bridgette boudreaux "with each pearl, it represents so many things for so many women. when people buy their breast milk jewelry from me, i get their stories and a lot of their stories are empowering. you know, the gift of life." boudreaux says the business is doing very well. the orders are pouring in on her facebook page. new at midday, at least four people were hurt in a factory fire in bangladesh. here's a look at flames shooting from the building's windows. according to local media reports, this factory makes clothing for h-and-m. local media says the fire
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got to work. so this could have been much worse. this fire could once again raise questions about safety in the garment industry. in 20-13, more than one-thousand people died when a building collapsed in another part of bangladesh. the building was in the fashion district, and is the country's worst industrial disaster. the incident sparked an international outcry for greater safety standards. new at midday, a 14-year-old boy in california is being hailed a hero. he put his life at risk to help a family get out of their burning home. take a look at the intense flames. this is from the helmet of a sacramento firefighter. 14-year-old christian beecher says he was sitting on his porch when he saw the fire. christian got five family members out of the home, including a girl with special needs. then christian hopped a fence and helped an elderly woman next door who didn't even realize there was a fire going on. :55 - 1:07 "and the house was in some danger, the way the fire was spreading was on
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house and there were also some downed powerlines." christian beecher "the lady didn't know anything was going on, she could have just burned." christian has asthma, and the smoke could have been really dangerous for him. but he says he didn't give it a second thought. 1:13 - 1:19 "i could always help my asthma but saving other people's lives is more important." people's lives is more important." the family is very grateful to christian and says it's nice to know there's a hero living nearby. now to more on severe weather that's moving our way. it's already torn up several states to our west. you're looking at video we showed you earlier of a tornado that hit part of mississippi. now john serrie shows what this storm system did in other parts of the country. a powerful storm system is moving through the country... bringing snow from the rockies to the midwest... and severe thunderstorms to the
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tuesday - a series of tornadoes touching down in mississippi and alabama... causing widespread property damage - but only minor injuries. mos says: "wooooowoooooowooo oooo! just like that. it was black. first it was like it was up, then it coming down like this here, boy, and that sucker was (inaudible) see how it cut all them pine trees?" tucker says: "thank god we are all okay, that's a the main thing anytime you have a storm." the storm damage also felt in tennessee and parts of georgia... with flooding and high winds causing widespread power outages. some evacuations remaining in place overnight... anxious residents now waiting to return to their homes - to assess the damage. perryman says: "i get my kids, i get their jackets on, and when they say 'shelter's open,' that's where we go" davis says: "my concerns are being safe and staying out of this mess." meanwhile, the powerful snowstorm that buried the rockies in more than a foot of snow is now crawling into the upper midwest... bringing heavy snowfall from colorado to northern michigan.... prompting
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close.... and making travel a nightmare in the skies and on the roads. mos says: "hopefully you get traction and good luck the roads are pretty bad hopefully they'll come sweep through this." (weather anim - with track) this afternoon: increasing clouds with rain developing this evening. highs: low to mid-70s. winds: s 10-20 mph. tonight: rain with a few isolated thunderstorms. temps: falling into the upper-50s by 7 am. winds: s to w 5-15 mph. thursday: cloudy with intermittent showers. temps: gradually falling into the mid-40s by 5 pm. winds: n 5-10 mph. it's a tough day to sit in a classroom or an office - we are already tracking temperatures in the 70s in some spots across hampton roads. clouds will gradually fill in through the afternoon with rain developing this evening, between 5 to 6 pm. with a cold front swinging through, there could be bouts of heavy rain tonight with a few rumbles of thunder. this is a slow-moving front,
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periods of rain through tomorrow morning. make sure you grab an umbrella tomorrow since we'll be tracking intermittent showers throughout the day. most of rain will fall across the metro, but we can't rule out some spotty showers farther north and along the eastern shore. temperatures will start in the upper-50s and gradually fall into the mid-40s by 5 pm. we'll keep a few isolated morning showers in the forecast for friday, but the afternoon should be dry with highs in the low-40s.
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our team of meteorologist will be following the rain very closely, and how it could impact your evening commute. meteorologist ashley baylor will be back later today on wavy news 10 at 4. she'll have a look at updated rain models to see when the showers will move into your neighborhood. we just got an update from officials in hampton about a suspicoius package. police just gave the all clear for the package on towne center way. our crew at the scene
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u-p-s store. several businesses were evacuated as a
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>> lucas: here, come on. my advice is just find a seat in the back somewhere, okay? i'll introduce you, but you don't have to say anything. and, uh, don't expect a bolt of lightning to come crashing down and clear up everything with a blinding flash. aa doesn't work like that. >> jennifer: this will be okay, back there? >> lucas: yeah, yeah, fine. >> jennifer: come on. oh! >> eric: hey. >> lucas: what, what is it? you okay? >> eric: no, she's not okay. >> jennifer: sorry. >> eric: her back is killing her. she was in a bad accident. >> jennifer: [groans] >> lucas: oh, man, did they give you something? are you taking anything for it? >> jennifer: yeah, i have some pain pills, but i don't want to take 'em. i'm good. i'm just gonna stand right here. i'm good. >> lucas: all right, it's your call. we got a lot of people here today. i'm gonna get some more coffee. you want to give me a hand?
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