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the timing of the storms, that is going to determine whether we see regular storms or superstorm's. a few scattered showers, not amounting to a whole lot. late in the afternoon, early evening, a few showers and thunderstorms dotting radar. sunday morning, clouds a little lighter. that means the sun is going to come out. the atmosphere becomes unstable. here is a line of stronger storms. 5:00-7:00 in the evening. this moves to the east. finally, our skies begin to clear. i will give you the timing of that in terms of what we expect for the weekend. next week, and don't forget to download your app. more coming up in a few minutes. jonathan: stay connected with the
we will let you know as severe weather roaches. we can update you on our website. you can also follow us on facebook and twitter and download the stormwatch at. illhelle: metro trains w stopped running and less than an hour. the goal, to make your ride safer. live with how the plan is impacting people there and what you need to know about what is ahead. not a lot of people here happy about one of the changes. it is a busy night as it often is on weekends. as is a place that does not shut down on weekends. there is one part of it is -- that is going to
normally these barricades go up at 3:00 a.m.. but starting tonight, metro is shutting down at midnight. a lot of folks not pleased. busy 14th and u to find an alternative. >> i might need to take in uber. tom: although some people will will beted, more affected saturday. lver andne 16, si orange writers -- riders will be affected. the work is only going to take place between two stations. east falls church and ballston, but the ripple effects are going to be felt the
orange line and the northwest on the silver line. you may even feel a fax on the entire orange and silver lines. if you are east of ballston, the effects will not be as bad. >> the prices are going to rise. tom: some commuters will still attempt to take metro rail. one other option, biking. a couple of trails will take you around the track works. again, in the past, you would have had four more hours to take this as glitter down and get a metro train. now you have less than an hour if you want to take metro ridershipetro says has been declining in recent years. but there are lots of folks that are not pleased at all and say this will alter their weekends. live along u
roussey. clock is ticking. thank you, tom. read full details, just log on. you can sign up for metro text alerts. continuingbc 74 coverage. jonathan: here is something we are just getting into the newsroom. a crash involving two police cruisers. the officers were taken to the hospital. the injuries are considered non-life-threatening. no civilians injured. no word on exactly what triggered the crash. stolen ina bicycle montgomery county. it was left as a memorial at a collision site. it was stolen from the 6100 block this week.
about the whereabouts of the so-called ghost of bike, call police. jonathan: new at 11:00, the governor playing -- paying tribute to police officer killed in the line of duty. whens shot to death responding to a domestic dispute call. tonight's event also honored first responders from around virginia who died while performing their duties. student: a high school charged with child born. fairfax hight school yesterday. the school sent a letter home, informing them of the alleged incident. jonathan: metro police are
investigate a reported sexual assault that took lace on a train. these three are considered persons of interest. this is after a woman was approached and grabbed. roz plater joining us. roz: police are still looking for those folks in those photographs. here is what investigators have going for them. a network of security cameras and clear surveillance. the trouble started when the victim bounded a train about 9:30 thursday night. three young men approached and asked her to perform a sex act. when she refused, they began assaulting her. >> oh my god, that is crazy. that is ridiculous. i can't believe it. roz: she reported the crime at the crystal city stop and police began canvassing the train
broadcast a lookout. based on the descriptions, police found surveillance pictures of the suspects, two of whom are wearing distinctive clothing. >> i shouldn't be surprised that these things are happening lately. roz: this is just the latest in a series of assaults. may 23, a 17-year-old oil was forced off a train at gun white, sexually assaulted. a woman was raped at knife point. using surveillance footage, police made arrests in all cases. need to have more security because as a woman, i don't feel that secure. roz: metro transit police say
if you have any information, that he would like to hear from you. jonathan: the search for missing soldiers in ft. hood has ended in tragedy. of nine soldiers were killed when their truck overturned in high water yesterday. three were rescued. texas has been plagued by deadly flooding for several days now. the creek where this accident happened is usually about 40 feet wide. it has swollen to 500 feet wide. teen turnedgeorgia herself into police in a is our case. of taking selfies while driving and triggering a crash. police say she was using the app at dangerous speeds to make a post. the family is suing snapchat.
jonathan: new controversial comments from donald trump. he was threatening hillary clinton, saying if he gets elected, she will have to face his attorney general over the e-mail controversy. mr. trump: look at my african-american. are you the greatest? ok. onathan: trump is focused selecting a running mate. michelle: boxing legend muhammad ali remains hospitalized, fueling speculation about his condition. he is reportedly fighting a respiratory problem. he has suffered from parkinson's disease since the 1980's. sources say he is in
condition and it is quote a matter of hours. still ahead, the site of a lifetime. what nasa is now saying about this meteor streaking through the sky and what makes it so unique. jonathan: a new team at the olympics in real. aw the games are including group of athletes who don't have a country. >> it is kind of magical and just because way it is so different from real life. this weekend, there is a whole new world in town. we will take you to this year's
cameras as far as new mexico. more than 14,000 near earth asteroids have been discovered but this had to be one of the biggest. a health alert, the olympics in question over zika virus. the world for thank is a and -- health organization is convening a committee over whether the olympics should be withdrawn. willials say the committee meet soon and the findings will be made public immediately. stay with abc seven for continuing coverage. if the olympics go on, there will be a unique new team this year. 10 refugee athletes were selected to compete. they will use the limbic flag and referee dent -- represent what officials
migrants and refugees around the world. jonathan: the excitement is in the title. it is awesome con and it is that the d.c. convention. with it comes costumes and culture. inside.reeve takes us this may be the world's largest costume party. >> is exciting and a lot of fun. richard: the washington convention center, made awesome. >> it is just different from real life. richard: awesome con, where everyone is in character. i have ever closest come to being a rock star. it is a pop-culture delight. >> i was thought it would be cool to be a mermaid. richard: cool isn't half of it. out in the real world, what i am wearing works just fine. in here, it is differe.
>> it can be confusing but it is fun. >> i am a logistics coordinator. believe it or not, i'm a pediatric nurse at walter reed medical center. >> the one thing they preach here is tolerance. richard: not a bad thing. >> despite what is going on in the world, we've got hope your. -- here. richard: now that is awesome. steve: temperature right now, sunday three at reagan national airport. looking at satellite and radar, the few showers have fizzled out. especially the one by front royal. asittle patchy fog expected it moves through the overnight. winds will be relatively light of the south and east.
and plan on staying out for a good few hours or so. midday hours, late afternoon. this is what it looks like at 9:00. a few scattered showers. mostly cloudy skies. late afternoon and into the evening, showers and a few thunderstorms. some of these storms may contain gusty winds and heavier downpours. waking up sunday morning, don't be surprised if you see sunshine. berg --k, harrison furstenberg. harrisonburg. this is what it looks like at 5:00, 6:00, 7:00 in the evening. we could be lookg
gusty winds and downpours. we see an actual tornado? can't say that now. and downpours definitely there. by late sunday night, we will get this out of here. that will give to a beautiful day monday. we are under the enhanced risk for the severe weather. it does include the district and alexandria. fairfax and loudoun. everything shaded in brighter orange. this is for the day sunday. what can we expect? damaging winds, heavy rains. we will keep you updated right here. highs tomorrow, around 85 degrees. partly sunny skies. evening, and into the once we get through the rough weather sunday, huge improvement
temperatures. lower humidity by the middle of the week. sunday is the day to watch. we will keep you updated. don't forget to download the weather app. it is free and it works great. that. a lotftly do of folks still talking about game one of the finals. i'm hoping there's not a sweep. state has six straight wins over cleveland. looking pretty good. the king and the cavaliers in an early hole. back in will try to get the series. plus the washington nationals back on the diamond. stronger is rebuilding a newborn's heart... and restoring a father's faith. it's standing tall after one surgery... not six. stronger is being a typical kid... despite a rare disorder.
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anchor: are two months into the major-league season. is playing out of his mind right now. betting almost 400 for the season. harper is the driving force. washington hoping -- opening a new series. long hair good ride but did not help the struggle. suarez, it's one for a base hit. that will bring home adam duval. , cincinnati. gave up five runs. nats go on to lose this 1, 7-2. at camden yards, hosting the yankees. trailing 5-2 until he lines the shots.
ties the game at 5-5. the orioles take the lead on the seventh and win their third in a row, 6-5 the final. won'tlden state warriors say they are control of the cavaliers, but if game one was any indication, they are awfully comfortable playing against cleveland. they have won six straight over the lebron james led cavaliers. they took the opening game of the series by 15 points and didn't need steph curry or klay thompson to have big games to do so. the warriors' bench, terrific. the cavs have to play better sunday night. great youteam this can't make mistakes. you have to illuminate your mistakes -- limit your mistakes. even with how well they played off the bench, you can combat that by having 17 turnovers in their building
scott: we are your home for the nba finals. game two will be sunday night, right here on abc seven. opening tip set for 8:00. group late of but america -- pla y of copa america. colombians strike early and would add a penalty kick. right now, they lead to-zero in the second half. and serena williams in the french open. she will face a spaniard for the title. the mystics lose to the sky, 98-72.ay to -- jonathan:
have to theu forecast. andemperatures rebounding to the 80's. and then a chance for showers and thunderstorms. to keepan important day a watchful eye. strong storms in the afternoon and early evening. i will be here tomorrow night. we will get you through the strong storms and a nice reward at the end of the tunnel. monday, 83 degrees and sunshine. can't say it enough to download the weather app. jonathan: