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probably closer to 5:00 or 6:00 when we see the best opportunity for showers and storms to bubble up. at reagan national. most other areas in the 70's. we have patches of clouds. still weakening but moving to the southwest of the metro area. later this afternoon, with several more hours of sunshine would help destabilize the atmosphere and the next system approaching, i think we will see scattered showers and storms. the question is where the heaviest ones will be. a few storms could become severe , so a good chunk of the area, not so much south of the metro area, but especially d.c. metro area north and east. as we get through the 6:00 to 7:00 hour, they really blow up and blossom.
we go through the evening. 8:30, lines of showers. things will start to calm down a little bit overnight. the biggest threat will be localized gusty wind over 50 miles an hour possible and some hail as well. we will keep an eye on things for the possibility that the weather might interfere with the phillies and the nationals tonight. we'll talk about that in more detail in just a few minutes. we want to getw, to some breaking news. d.c. police investigating a day in afor the second row. it appears to be right near a school. our d.c. bureau chief has what we know right now. sam? sam: it was around 9:20 this morning according to police in for 4300 block-- of 15th street, right near roosevelt high school, that a young juvenile
so police have been on the since then suspects in this area. if you are looking at some of the video, the police were hot on the trail. a couple of young males apparently ran behind some buildings and tried to hide, but police ultimately found them, stopped them, and that was, i would say, maybe 30 minutes ago. ever since, we have had a scene here. vanessa,ok behind me, just point where you see these police officers -- these officers are right around a pathway that leads back to where this all happened. out whoaiting to find they bring out. we understand from people who witnessed it that they ran back there. the police came back and told them to put their hands up, and since then, basically, that has been the scene. i would say there must have been eight
scene as they are looking for s in this particular case. we understand this is not a roosevelt student. more likely a cardozo high school student who was a victim, but nevertheless, police apparently have two suspects right here in the 800 block of upshur, and we are waiting to see what happens next. thank you. this also just into our newsroom -- npd needs your help this afternoon looking for suspects accused of trying to lure a child into their vehicle. in ae say they pulled up white sedan or small white suv and offered the child can do to get in the car. both suspects are described as men, at least 60 years old, with accents. one had a beetle tattoo on the back of his neck. contact
information. right now, though, we turn to vote 2016. voters lining up at polling locations throughout the maryland. it's not just the presidential race bringing people to the polls. susan kennedy in greenbelt where photos would -- voters will decide several key local races as well. >> turnout is expected to be strong on this primary day here in the state of maryland, but early voting means lines may not be as long as they have been in past primaries. on theare weighing in race for president, eight house seats, and the senate seat being vacated by longtime senator barbara mikulski. voters are using paper ballots for the first time in nearly a decade. it's been put in place as a way to make the election more secure. voters used the new system here with few if any problems. on thee focused presidential primary. this is a
thinking sanders or clinton. >> she's very positive. her message is to me far more positive. remain open until 8:00 this evening. presidential candidates are trying to grab as many delegates as possible. the lions share are in pennsylvania. bernie sanders is hoping for a lucky break as hillary clinton is leading in all of today's races. both are in the philadelphia area where the democratic national convention will be held later this summer. clinton: it is not enough to diagnose our problems. we need to know how to solve them. and then we've got to bring everybody together to do just that. is succeedinggn because we are listin
wealthy campaign contributors. donald trump is expecting a clean sweep, but rivals are teaming up to stop him. they are focused on next week's primary in indiana. ted cruz: there may be issues on which we disagree, but more unites us. john kasich: i can spend my resources most effectively and the same is for -- the same is true for senator cruz. jummy: trump accused hillary clinton of using the woman card to get elected, saying she is pandering to the electorate. we plan to have continuing election coverage throughout the day. stay with us for results as they come in life. our chief political correspondent will host a primary special tonight on news channel eight starting at 9:00. right now, let's
angela foster standing by with a look at that. seem tomidday patterns be more like construction cones and barrels. that's what you will have to work around for the most art. we will start in maryland on i-270 where we have midday roadwork tying us up. from democracy boulevard, you will see we are blocking a couple of lanes -- only one lane, actually, but we are moving pretty slowly. a live look at the 14th street bridge. parkway.d on the a stalled car blocking the right side of the roadway. for folks traveling on 395 northbound, this is the same for you -- midday construction tying duke street and seminary road. if y
beltway, we are not seeing a work zone, but a lot of slow traffic as you head toward sycamore street. for folks in anne arundel county, we are still close. road. the latest on the for now, we send it back to you in the studio. in prince george's county investigating a deadly quadruple shooting. andce say a woman died three men were injured. sam sweeney has the latest as police tried to piece together exactly what happened. sam: the first 911 calls came in at one: 20 this morning -- multiple shots fired with several people down. >> it sounded like firecrackers going off or something like that. sam: when police arrived, they wound for people down -- one woman was already dead. all of them near
shot out window. >> i think it is sad. because it has become the normal. it's really sad when things like this happen. sand: three men were rushed to the hospital, one in critical condition. shell casings littered the street as police used 3-d technology. at this point, shattered glass still litters the street. police have not released any suspects or motive. of course, if you heard anything or saw something overnight, they want to hear from you. they are offering a cash reward for information leading to the person or persons responsible. this noon, we are learning new information about a deadly stabbing in northwest ec police identified the victim's 27-year-old kenneth jackson. he was found just after 1:00 this morning with an apparent stab wound. police say he died at the hospital. police are working to gather more information on a possible chef that -
up, d.c.'s youngest eagles have new names. plus, kelly ripa responds. what the talk show host had to say about her cohost leaving and respect in the workplace. plus, millions in the path of severe weather. the areas expected to be hit the hardest. and doug will be backtracking potential storms headed our way.
departureing of the of her cohost. she explained she took time off or some perspective. it was rumored she felt blindsided by abc executives. transpired, though, over the course of a few days has been extraordinary in the sense that it started a much greater conversation about ,ommunication and consideration and, most importantly, respect in the workplace. she also said she was thrilled for michael strahan and proud of everything they together.ed millions are bracing for strong storms today from texas all the way to nebraska.
brandy: the heartland on edge bracing for severe weather. strong winds, heavy rain and leavingg, already behind a path of destruction. in southern california, this canopy blowing away. in arizona -- a transformer exploding in texas. severe weather is now threatening the planes. >> we want folks to pay attention, have multiple ways of getting warnings, and most importantly, has a plan and be ready to use it later today. brandy: more than 35 million people are in the crosshairs in an area well known as tornado alley. >> main threat with these thunderstorms this afternoon and tonight will be damaging wind. there will be large hail, and unfortunately, i think we will see dozens of tornadoes on the ground. >> the danger so great some schools have canceled classes for the day. we're expecting softball size
miles an hour. projectingow we are some rain later today. is that the same system? doug: no, it's kind of related. here we are kind of on the edges of a couple of fronts coming through. we have cloudiness outside right now, and assuming the cloudiness breaks, we get several hours of sunshine that will increase our chances of storm, but it looks like the threat will be later and later in the afternoon. let's tell you what you need to know. beautiful morning and midday. temperatures now 81 at reagan national. the air fairly dry at the moment. air, the less likely we will see super widespread showers and storms, but it's only a quarter after 12. check the numbers. 70's for the most part. warmer air to the south. yesterday at this time, there were only
because wind was off the day. the reason it is so much cooler in these areas is because there's much more cloud cover to deal with at this moment. sunny skies, temperatures to about 85 and as we get through late afternoon, isolated showers and storms, we think the best chances will develop probably 6:00 to 7:00 and even isolated showers and storms left over by 10:00 p.m. very warm and mild through the evening. the first batch of showers coming through, cloudiness left over, inhibiting the sunshine right now, but we do think there .ill be more breaks in the sun we have a system approaching from the west and another approaching from the north. how that works out and who gets the best chances of storms, the experts have already highlighted and area through kansas sections of oklahoma as having a moderate risk, and the eastern extension because of the frontal
severe thunderstorms through our area. this is not the absolute weight that will happen necessarily because models have slightly different solutions, but it is a good starting point through the afternoon. where you see this line coming in from the north, numerous , still thosetorms running through the area, and then we will widen the view as we get later through the night. as we get into later hours, most everything does indeed eventually settle to the south and southeast of the area. have arrow afternoon, we new batch to keep an eye on. most of the day will be dry tomorrow. this will be the leftovers from that big outbreak in the west today. those showers will come here and turned somewhat cooler. a lot of active weather with a little improvement temporarily. much cooler -- 64. periods of rain developing thursday. 62 and partly cloudy skies as we head into the weekend. here's what things look for
partly sunny day with highs of about 70 degrees on saturday. another system looks like it is in the works sunday into monday, and that will bring additional chances of showers and storms. after 6:00 tonight, i think showers and storms will become a bit more likely. all right. not too bad. d.c.'s youngest eaglets finally have their names. the two baby bald eagles at the -- there wereetum five choices in the public voted on them. john gonzalez was there to tell us which ones won out. and pop eaglesom are known as the president and first lady. today is the big day when the american eagle foundation made the announcement, the names of those eaglets that have captivated this city for nearly
take a look -- a flyover by a 27-year-old trained eagle, and then all attention turned to the first pair of bald eagles to nest here since 1947. their names are freedom and liberty. they made a cozy home here at the national arboretum with mom and pop. 35 million people viewing those cameras atop that nest. thousands suggested names and freedom and liberty stuck. >> we will always remember that their roots are here in washington, d.c., overlooking the anacostia river. john: freedom and liberty will reach full size in june, and that's about when they will fly the coop. the question is -- will they ever be seen again? we know mom and pop like the neighborhood. remember, they raised one eaglets last
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