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victim's family speaks out about how they get ready for a murder trial. wjz eyewitness news at 4:00 starts now. hi, everybody. i'm mary bubala. >> i'm kai jackson. here's what people are talking about. >> we are following breaking news. two men are under arrest for planning a significant terror attack in the u.s. denise is in the newsroom with more on this elaborate plan. denise? >> the plot included the plan to assassinate a diplomat. one hired a dea to do this.
the plot dealt with the israeli embassies in washington. a high-ranking authority is behind the plot. >> a naturalized united states citizen who holds an iranian passport and was arrested last month in new york is accused of working with a member of the international revolutionary core. targeting the saudi arabia ambassador to the united states. >> the attacks were planned to kill as many people as possible. mary? >> all right, denise, thank you. and wjz will continue to bring you updates on this story throughout the evening. security breach over the nation's capital. fighter jets race to intercept a cargo jet restrained over space in washington, d.c. the f16s intercepted the aircraft and escorted the planes to bwi marshall. the pilot is meeting to find
out why the plane was there. so far, no charges have been filed against the pilot. recounting the moments, the police interrogation of dr. conrad murray is played in court. the tapes reveal how dr. murray told jackson's family about his death. >> reporter: jurors listened to the tape of dr. conrad murray's interview with police, recorded two days after michael jackson's death. >> were you aware of any other medications he was taking? >> i was not aware of any other medications that he was taking, but i heard that he was seeing a dr. klein, three times a week. >> reporter: on the tape, murray tells police he believes jackson was getting powerful drugs from a beverly hills dermatologist. >> when he came back, he was basically wasted and required at least 24 hour for recovery. >> reporter: prosecutors charge that it was dr. murray who
overdosed jackson with propofol and failed to monitor his condition. murray's defense team says it was jackson himself, who administered the fatal dose during the two minutes murray left to use the rest room. >> reporter: murray also talked about how jackson's children learned of their father's death. >> after they cried and cried and cried, then his daughter uttered a lot of words of happiness and how she loved her dad and didn't want to be an orphan. >> reporter: murray also talked about how he broke the news to jackson's mother and how he held her hand while she cried. >> dr. murray is charged with involuntary manslaughter and if convicted, could spend up to four years in prison. disturbing attacks. a local woman accused of using bleach as a weapon, goes before a judge. meganmeghan mccorkell has more on today's appearance.
>> reporter: today a judge refuses to reduce jefferson's $350,000 bail. she's charged with assault, theft, and malicious destruction of property. police say jefferson followed a woman into the lansdowne wal mart over the weekend and assaulted her with ammonia and bleach. medics raced along and brought her to hazmat. when more than a dozen people complained of eye irritation and trouble breathing, the two apparently know each other and have an ongoing dispute. >> hear from the intended victim's father coming up all new at 5:00. the suspect in the lulu lemon murder goes on trial in less than two weeks. and for the first time, we're hearing from the victim's family. jana murray was killed in may. her coworker is now accused. >> reporter: david and phyllis murray say from an early age, their daughter jana's life was filled with life and laughter. she loved dance, world travel, and helping those in need. she led an extraordinary life and had a future as bright as
her smile. until march 11th, when the murray family's world would unravel in a web of crime scene tape and a late-night phone call from lulu lemon's chief executive officer. >> there was a death at lulu lemon and one had been taken to the hospital. within about 10 minutes, she called us back to tell us that jayna had -- was the one that they had pronounced dead. >> reporter: within days, another shocking development. >> that they had made an arrest. and my immediate reaction was -- thank god. then when he said who it was, it was -- it was incompcomprehensible. >> it was baffling. just stunning. >> reporter: under arrest, coworker britney norwood, who police say lured jayna back to the store after closing time and attacked her with such
violence that each homicide detectives shaken. the believed controversy a bag of clothes that she had tried to steal. >> why would you murder someone over lulu lemon clothes? >> if britney norwood needed this so badly for whatever? >> jayna would have bought it for her. >> absolutely. >> she would have given it to her. she would have paid for it herself. >> the extended family is now struggling to find the new normal of their lives. the murrays are now preparing for the murder trial and bracing themselves for the likelihood that they will come face to face with britney norwood and her parents. >> it's horrible for us. it can't be easy for them. >> of all of the steps of grieving, i have yet to leave anger. i think if i had a chance to say something to her, it would be one word. why? >> the murder trial is scheduled to begin monday
october 24th. just a bit too far. capital police arrest a group of protestors inside the heart senate office building. the group is called stop the machine. and they storm the hart senate office building. protestors rush to fill the elevators and press all the buttons. demonstrators plan to block all rest room doors. stop the machine is distinctly separate from occupy wall street, though. some members do overlap. a significant endorsement today in the gop race in the presidential presidential nomination. new jersey governor chris christie is thoughing his endorsement behind mitt romney. christie announced this week he will not run for the nomination. his endorsement now means that his financial backers will send
that to romney. there is a change in the air and it has to do with the clouds in the sky. mild. wjz has weather and traffic together. we'll start with bob. and he has the updated numbers for us from first warning weather. we've had nine beautiful days. today hasn't been bad. so far, it's been dry. mild and a little humid. showers to the south of us. big batch across southern virginia. and another batch over the ocean there. looks like for the time being, looks like light rain overnight. and we'll see steady rain tomorrow. so we expect generally a wet wednesday. looks like the bulk of the heaviest activity will be up to our north across northern pennsylvania, new york state, and those mountain areas, where they could see as much as two inches of rain, generally across central maryland, a half inch to an inch of rain is what we expect to fall here between, let's say, late tonight and thursday night and friday. kai? >> thanks, bob. let's check in on the roads with kristy breslin at wjz
traffic control. >> hi, kai. hi, everyone. we're starting off this afternoon with a couple of accidents around the beltway. on the west side inner loop, an accident is blocking the two left-hand lanes, with a delay back to security boulevard. east side inner loop, we also have another accident there, blocking the lane at the key bridge. as far as delay goes, north side inner loop, slowing there from providence road to harford road. and several accidents to report in the rosedale area. pulaski highway at 65th street. dulaney valley road, at east seminary. this one involving an overturned vehicle. albert drive at leonard drive, at glen burnie. and two to report in baltimore city. orleans street between endsor street and st. paul. also, mosher street at north carey. as we can take a look. that's a look at the beltway at bel air road. this traffic report is brought to you by the cochran firm. if you or someone you know has suffered a personal injury, call 1-800-the firm. or visit them online at
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she was held hostage for 10 years. tanya cash sits down with dr. phil to talk about what she went through. cash first went missing when she was just 14 years old. the man who took her, tom ho, is a security guard at her school in keys port, pennsylvania, outside of pittsburgh. cash says she was sexually
abused on a daily basis and was locked in a bedroom all alone. >> i started to have conversations with myself. it's embarrassing to say now, but i did. [ crying ] i used to talk to myself. >> where tanya was being held captive turned out just to be two miles from her dad's home. she said she was told that if she tried to escape, she would be killed. see part 2 of dr. phil's exclusive interview of tanya cash tomorrow, only on wjz starting at 3:00. italy's leaning tower of pissa is known for defying gravity. and london's great clock tower is tipping. >> reporter: tourists can't stop snapping and staring at britain's iconic big ben. >> it's good to see it here. >> reporter: but something isn't quite right. come on. you can see it, can't you? >> yeah, i can see it. >> reporter: few see it with
the naked eye. but experts say the guilded spire is a whole 18 inches out of line. >> we're talking about a 300- foot tower, which has a .60- degree lean, which is absolutely minute. >> reporter: surveyors say it will be many years before it will match the lean of the tower of pisa. >> the politicians inside are all saying, ah, is she moving to the left or to the right? typical for politicians. they want to claim the credit for which way it is leaning. >> reporter: it's been slightly off center since it was built in 1890. experts say work on the underground transport system is contributing to the shift. >> i can see it. but i wouldn't have noticed it. >> some think it's a tall tale. >> it's a hidden camera.
>> others are general gen -- are genuinely concerned. >> no, i did not. is it going to fall? >> reporter: at this rate, it will be up for another 10,000 years. >> that's a long time. >> officials say they've seen an increase in the tilt of big ben. >> i think we are safe for now. some stocks are falling today. [ stock bell ringing ] >> dow was down. but other major market posted gains. s and p up 1 point. nasdaq up 17. let's go to new york right now. alexis christoforous has tonight's cbs money watch update. 10,000 more wall street jobs could vanish by next year. new york state's comptroller says that would hurt tax revenue for new york city and state, which are heavily dependent on the financial industry. wall street has lost 22,000 jobs since the financial crisis of 2008.
crude oil prices fell nearly a dollar a barrel after opec cut its demand. the oil cartel also predicts no growth in demand next year. opec says the weakening world economy is taking its toll on man, especially in developed nations. debit card rewards are getting harder to find. rewards fell 30% over the past year. analysts say the government's new cap on debit card fees is leading many banks to eliminate their rewards program. and dollar thrifty is taking itself off the rental car market. they plan to remain independent. avis dropped and hertz didn't drop its offer. in new york, i'm alexis christoforous. a local charter school is once again being recognized for its dedication to healthy education. monique griego is there, as
halfstead students headed to the white house. >> reporter: kids can't always control their excitement. but for these students, the frenzy is for good reason. >> because they're going to the white house to meet the president and michelle obama. >> kevin counselor is from hampstead hill's academy, who hopped on a bus. >> she's trying to break the records for numbers of kids' jumping jacks. >> reporter: the principal says it's part of the michelle obama's let's move plan. these students seem to love it. >> it's an effort to end childhood obesity and promote healthy eating and nutrition. >> reporter: childhood obesity has more than tripled in the last 30 years. in maryland, it affects 9% of kids ages 6 to 11. and 17% of kids ages 12 to 19.
>> it's very nice. we get to eat healthy foods. >> jalapenos, tomatoes. there's a lot of healthy stuff in our garden. >> but this isn't the first time hampstead's garden and the healthy eating have had the white house calling. >> and they were invited to the white house town hall meeting with michelle obama. and a white house chef toured their garden. so while a ride to the white house will be fun, students on board seem to get the main message. >> mainly be a better person and be healthier. >> the children who went on the trip were chosen from a lottery. coming up on wjz's eyewitness news at 4:00. a very lucky boy rushed to the hospital with a pepsil, lodge the-- pencil, lodged in his eye. his terrified mother explains how it happened and how the boy is doing. controversial treat. the candy that is sending the wrong message to kids. clouds move into maryland. will wednesday be wet?
pretty sky. >> pretty sky. overcast, but not a bad day out. >> you can tell something is moving in. >> yes. >> the clouds will come in. and get lower and thicker. southern portions on the bay, a little light rain. we probably won't see any rain here in central maryland, until maybe 10:00 :00, 11:00, midnight. if you're heading out this evening, shouldn't be that bad. take a look at temperatures out there now. pretty warm out there. temperatures at 72 now. our normal high now is only in the mid- to upper 60s. east/northeast winds at 9. let's bring in the moisture. the dew points coming up. humidity coming up. barometer, right now, holding steady. it will be falling tonight. right now, 61 in oakland. service, pax river. the extreme southern portions of the bay. and extreme southern virginia. that's keeping temperatures
down. 68, ocean city. 72 in elkton. locally, right around the 7- degree mark. a little pleasant. east/northeast winds. that will continue tonight. may pick up a little later tonight, and tomorrow, a little gusty on the bay, as low pressure approaches us finally. it's taken a few days to move out of the southern portions of georgia and florida. boy, had a lot of rain. bright and sunny down there. behind the system, it's nice, cooler, dry air. ahead of it, a weak front doesn't show much. but there's a pressure out here. that will move through the area friday. unfortunately, doesn't look like it's slowed down. we have a risk of shower activity late tonight. and on wednesday. thursday night into early friday, another chance of more scattered showers activity. between all of that rain, it looks looic generally central maryland, half inch to an inch of rain. some spots, northern pennsylvania, new york state, maybe even out far western
maryland, some of the mountain areas could see 1 to 2 inches of rain. also, off the atlantic ocean. maybe east to new england, could see some heavy rain. it's kind of split. you could see in between, not a whole lot of rain with that system. we'll keep watching that low as it approaches. the rain that will develop will be with us. and milder temperatures. finally, this front will clear the area. but not until later in the day friday. setting up a nice, dryer sunny weekend. east winds on the bay. no small craft advisory on the bay tomorrow. winds up to 20 knots. tonight, look for rain developing later on. it will be light. temperatures in the upper 50s. so milder than it's been. tomorrow, looks like showers or rain at times, pretty much on and off during the day at time. breezy and cooler. temperatures in the upper 60s. not a beautiful wednesday. but you've had 9 or 10 beautiful dry, gorgeous days. >> it has been dry. all right, bob. thank you. don't miss tonight's primetime cbs lineup at 10:00. it's another new episode of the
new show, unforgettable. then stay tuned for eyewitness news at 11:00. a lot more ahead on wjz at 4:30. ladies, listen up. if your man takes vitamin e, there's a study in healthwatch you don't want to miss. behind bars in aruba? will a new plea from maryland businessman gary giordano get him released from jail? airline attack. what prosecutors say the so- called underwear bomber did just before he intended to blow up an international jetliner in,
it is 4:29. 72 degrees and cloudy. hello, everyone. thanks for staying with eyewitness news. i'm vic carter. >> and i'm denise koch. here's what people are talking about. >> he isn't your typical terror suspect. the trial for the so-called underwear bomber is under way in detroit. >> reporter: umpar faluke
mutalab sat there. he was labeled an al qaeda operative, determined to destroy all the people on his flight. prosecutors jonathan tuckle told jurors, the 24-year-old nigerrian went into the plane's bathroom, put on perfume and prayed, prepared to die a martyr. and abdulmutallab ignited a bomb, hidden in his underwear. the first witness described a loud pop like a firecracker. a man seated next to abdulmutallab yelled, dude, your pants are on fire, several times, but there was no response. passengers put the burned man on the floor. >> the defendant is representing himself in court with the help of a defense attorney. they made no opening statement to the three men and nine women of the jury. >> reporter: the judge refused to ban the word "bomb" from the trial. >> everyone assumes that he had
a bomb. the statute requires that the prosecution prove beyond a reasonable doubt that it was an explosive device. >> reporter: but prosecutors allege before abdulmutallab got off the plane, he confessed to a flight attendant and another passenger that he was trying to blow up a bomb on the jetliner. >> reporter: manuel gallegus, wjz eyewitness news. >> abdulmutallab is charged with conspiracy to commit terrorism and murder. he faces up to life in prison if convicted. wjz is following a breaking story out of washington. just a few hours ago, the u.s. attorney general announces, the fbi foiled an assassination attempt on the saudi ambassador. kai jackson has more on who they say is behind the blot. -- plot. >> the international officials say it was factioned -- plotted by the factions in the department. they were attempting to kill the saudi ambassador to the united states with bombs. the attack was supposed to take
place in the united states. attorney general will take it. unknowingly tried to hire the dea. >> federal prosecutors say no explosives were planted and no one was in any danger. the iranian government has denied any involvement. a maryland man is once again asking to be released from jail. gary giordano is asking to be released. he claims robyn gardner was snorkeling and went missing. but police don't believe him. he also secured a life insurance policy on gardner hours before their trip. baltimoreans may get an up- close look at the inmate. a judge is allowing a request to go aboard a prison bus where
he was strangled. his parents say the guards failed to protect him and they're suing the state for $27 million. parker later killed himself in prison. a group moved to the upper east side today. and they're taking mr. message to -- their message to the front doors of some prominent millionaires. >> reporter: protestors from occupy wall street took their outrage to the upper east side of manhattan, one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in the country. >> we need to have our fair share. >> reporter: organizers called it the millionaire's march. they carried fake checks, symbolizing how much money the wealthy will save when new york's millionaires tax expires in december. their first stop was the home of media mogul rupert murdoch, whose $44 million trip lex towers over manhattan avenue. >> they were stopping at the homes of some of the most
powerful leaders. >> that includes david coke, hedge fund john paulson. the final stop, the park avenue home of jamie diamond, ceo of jp morgan chase. >> have a little compassion, man. you got a ton of money, why don't you donate it to charity? >> reporter: police arrested demonstrators at the hart senate building. >> reporter: and more than 100 were arrested in boston, where protestors were saying corporate greed has robbed the middle class. >> we're trying to call attention to the fact that we vote, we have a voice, and our voice has been taken away from us. >> reporter: organizers say wednesday will be another big day in new york. thousands plan to march in manhattan's financial district, calling for about -- better jobs. >> reporter: demonstrations have swept through on two dozen cities so far, including baltimore.
we now know what killed steve jobs. doctors say he died of respiratory arrest. jobs was 56. next week, apple plans to celebrate jobs' life and contributions to the history of technology. and today's wjz consumer watch. federal regulators are warning parents about the hidden dangers of a popular child stroller. >> reporter: hundreds of thousands of popular b.o.b. jogging strollers are being recalled because of choking concerns. officials at the consumer product safety commission say the back of an embroidered logo on those strollers can come loose. the agency has received several complaints, some involving babies who choked on the patch. no serious injuries have been reported. the strollers were sold at r.e.i. and babies r us stores from 1998 until this month. back to you, vic. >> mary, thank you. for more information, you can log onto wjz.com and look for more information on the story. a little gray outside. but at least it's dry outside. taking a live look out.
rain is on the way. wjz has weather and traffic together. bob is here with the updated numbers numbers from first warning weather. >> if you just planted some mums, looks like they'll get some rain tomorrow. maybe even late tonight. south of us, shower activity in the shenandoah valley. that's to the west of us. and a batch of rain southeast of us, off the atlantic coast, in between, very light rain. looks like later tonight, some of that light rain will move into our general region. but during the day, looks like the steadier rain will also develop. we could see steady rain from time to time. maybe even a few downpours. because there's tropical air mixed in with this system. and to the north, some areas could see two inches of rain. generally, looking for a half inch to inch of rain across north central maryland. a little more east and out in the mountains as well. to our north, it could be minor flooding. but looks like generally, just a wet couple of days heading our way. vic? >> okay, bob. thank you. let's check on the roads now with kristy breslin, at we'll traffic control.
hi, kristy. >> hi, vic. hi, everyone. we still have some delays on the beltway. north side inner loop, now up to 15 minutes, charles street to harford road. and the outer loop, also struggling from york road to charles street in that direction. your average speed at this point, about 30 miles per hour. on the north side inner loop, we still have an accident at frederick, blocking the right- hand lane with a delay now back to the harbor tunnel throughway. and the accident remains in the right lane, blocking the traffic in the right-hand lane. and slowing from 29 to mare marriottsville road. and 195 jammed up to the beltway. and as far as accidents go, overturned vehicle in the towson area, dulaney valley road, at east seminary. and orleans street between endsor street and st. paul. also north calhoun at presbury street. let's take a look at the calhoun. it is starting to thin out there. this traffic report is brought
to you by len the experts, plumbers. call len the plumber and have it done today. back to you. it's not football sunday, but area school children still got a look at some of their favorite ravens players. and the players didn't come along. the cheerleaders, each mas on mascot poe. jamil mcclane and morgan cox were two of the players to take part in this. they explained the importance of exercising to youngsters at oakland mills middle school in columbia. as for the rest of the ravens, they're back on the practice field, getting ready to welcome the houston texans to town. the only place you can see the game, this coming sunday, 4:00 p.m., live here on wjz 13. >> i kind of miss football on sunday. i'm glad they're back. straight ahead on eyewitness news at 4:00. a bicyclist gets hammered by an antelope. see wahappens next. the-- what happens next. the search continues for a missing baby.
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a chainsaw accident in a haunted house injures one woman in ohio. the woman expected to be scared but not harmed when she entered the haunted tour in cincinnati. a man with a chainsaw reportedly set the saw on the ground. but stabbed her foot by accident. she suffered a minor to injury. -- toe injury. a biker gets pummeled by an antelope in south africa. take a look. the biker was in second place when he took an unexpected hit. he was knocked off course. the cyclist suffered a minor concussion and whiplash. his helmet took most of the impact. the antelope was not injured.
prosecutors look for some in the search for a missing baby. they searched for a well under a deck at a vacant home. officers are looking for clues into lisa irwin's disappearance. they have raw news video. lisa irwin's parents reported her missing a week ago. police say they have no suspects in the case. two elderly women are killed after a car flips off a road. the vehicle swerved off the road and into the creek 50 feet below. the car landed upside down on the water. witnesses say the woman was driving no more than 20 miles per hour. investigators are inspecting the car. seven boaters are safe after clinging to their capsized boat and a cooler for nearly a day. one person and 80-year-old grandmother still missing for a day. ted scouten reports from south florida. >> it's incredible to realize that three men spent three hours clinging to this capsized
boat in rough seas. at the same time, three women and a child, held onto nothing more than each other and a floating cooler, praying for rescue. >> probably three or four miles ahead, looked like there was something in the water. >> reporter: captain jensen and his cousin roman, were on the water when jensen noticed trouble. >> i saw there was a guy waving. and i said, get ready: looks like we have a sunken boat and a person in the water. when we got closer, there were three people in the water. >> reporter: jensen threw hout life preservers. >> one guy put the life jacket on and came to the boat. the other ones were sweared and didn't know how to swim. >> that's when he jumped in to help them. they learned the horror was even worse. one man's mother died right in his arm, as they were waiting for help. >> he said he was trying to hold onto her. and i guess with the waves coming over, he couldn't hold
her up any longer, and she couldn't hold up any longer. and he had to let her go. >> reporter: the three women and a child floated off. they were eventually picked up by the coast guard. the seven survivors made it to shore, all suffering from hypothermia, jellyfish stings and fear. >> the little girl was crying and pretty hysterical. they took her mom up next. she was dazed and confused. >> reporter: the boaters were not wearing life jackets when their boat capsized. a new candy called potheads is causing controversy. the candy, shaped like marijuana plants are sold in the form of lollipops, sour gummies and ring pops. the treats are made in delaware county, and sold in bags that say legalize. the candies do not contain illegal drugs. anti-drug activists are not
happy. there is already a ban -- move to ban the candy in new york. a boy falls off his chair in arizona. doctors say the boy would have eye dood if the pencil would have gone just 1/16th of an inch closer. his parents say they were terrified. >> he was freaking out. because no one knew what it was. and we kept calling my mom. and she kept telling us, it was the tip of the pencil. and we couldn't figure out exactly what was in his eye. none of the doctors new. >> reporter: the 4-year-old suffered some eye sight loss. he is back in school and playing his favorite sport, which is hockey. men may be getting too much vitamin e. sandra hughes reports from los angeles with the results of a new study. >> reporter: ralph sanderson decided to be an experiment to
see if vitamin e could prevent him from getting prostate cancer. he was healthy and had no family history of the disease. >> i had a couple of friends who had had prostate cancer. and i thought this would be worth doing. >> reporter: now, new findings show the vitamin e sanders took has put him at a higher risk for the disease. >> men who took it alone were at a 17% higher risk of developing prostate cancer. >> reporter: the study looked at healthy men who took vitamin e, the supplement celineium or a placebo. >> we don't know why this is. interestingly, men who took selenium and vitamin e together were not at higher risk. we haven't figured it out. >> reporter: the daily dose was much more than found in over- the-counter vitamins. >> reporter: he is now 68 and
has no regrets in participating in the research. >> i feel as though we did learn something. >> reporter: researchers will follow the men in the study to see if their cancer risk decreases over time. >> reporter: in los angeles, sandra hughes, wjz eyewitness news. >> the clinical trial also shows no benefits from taking vitamin e ore -- or selenium, when it comes to lung, colon, cancer or cardiovascular disease. some props could be deadly. these are all weapons seized from the set of world war z in hungar. police say these were all equipped with live ammunition and were not fully inoperable, making them unsafe. a publicist says they're working with police to find out what happened. coming up on entertainment tonight. d.c. housewife, mikhail salahi with her journey rock star lover. we have her very first interview about their romance.
>> i love you. >> thank you. [ kissing ] >> she is a woman in love. and journ's neil -- journey's neil sean is her man. after her marriage ended, she fell for the rock guitarist. and she wanted a new look. so she dropped in on l.a.'s makeup mandy. >> hey, girl, you look awesome. you're glowing. >> i'm happier than ever. this is the best i've been in my whole life. i'm very much in love. >> reporter: mikhail wants eye lash extends. and that's mandy's expertise. they cost $500 an extension. mikhail says the eye lashes are more than lashes, they're symbols of her new life. >> you do look like barbie now. >> wow. neil is going to love this. >> yeah, he will. >> he's going to love it. >> reporter: there's only one way to find out. >> what do you think? >> they look great. >> i love you. thank you. >> reporter: also tonight, sir paul mccartney and his bride,
the morning after the wedding. plus, ashton and demi camping. will they stay together? we'll have that and much more later on entertainment tonight. >> that's at 7:30, here on wjz 13. some rain is moving in to maryland. >> yes. bob turk has the updated first warning forecast. and that's coming up next. [ male announcer ] ,,,,, does your cable company keep charging you more...
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take a look at radar. just very light rain. just beginning to move into the eastern shore. most of it, not even reaching the ground. just a little too dry now. but down in virginia, there's a little bit of heavier shower activity. it's going to take a while to get here. but probably by 10:00, 11:00, we'll see some light rain drizzle. and overnight, the rain should pick up a bit in its intensity. and during the day tomorrow, we'll see periods of rain on your wednesday. and it will be cooler. right now, we're at 72 degrees. dew points coming up. humidities come up. winds off the atlantic ocean. that will bring in that moisture for the next day or so. barometer, just beginning to fall. 30.11 inches, barometric pressure. oakland, 66. looks like in maryland, the heaviest rain will be west of the mountains and southeast of our region.
maybe eastern shore in delaware. that's where the heaviest echoes are now. looks like the winds coming off the ocean will bring that moisture up. and when it hits the mountains, it kind of rises up and helps squeeze out the extra shower. higher mountain areas could see heavier rain. we're looking for half inch to an inch of rain. so it will be a wet wednesday, even into thursday. and probably still leftover showers here on friday, the way it looks right now. 71 in bel air. 69 in westminster. 71, rock hall, and kent island and annapolis. winds off the atlantic ocean. is that continues to bring in plenty of moisture. and the low pressure that we have been following, very hard to find this center. but it's generally over south carolina. and spreading that moisture. and some of it was actually a tropical origin down the caribbean. the moisture mainly offshore, as you can see. and a few heavier echoes down across virginia. that's going to move northward.
that's moving northeastward. in between, we'll get shower activity. it may congeal a little stronger over the next 24 to 48 hours. also, a front coming from the west. that will also help to bring scattered showers on thursday. friday. and then it clears out friday afternoon and friday evening. and cooler conditions, dry and sun come back for the weekend. east winds on the bay. small craft advisory on the bay tomorrow. bay temp, around 67 now. tonight, rain developing later on. 58 by morning. so milder night. tomorrow, back up in the mid- 60s. only with the rain at times. it can be heavy in a few spots. not a nice-looking wednesday. but as we said, we've had 8, 9, 10 beautiful days around the region. >> we sure have. >> this is it? once it cools down, it's going to stay that way for a while? >> the weekend is going to be nice. a lot of stuff going on this weekend now. >> what are you saying? should we bring out the heavy coats? >> i don't think you need the heavy coats yet.
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