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morning. a police investigation still underway. two people shot inside a car on a residential street. check in with justin finch for an update in just a minute. >> also, we want to take live pictures. this is out of london. a minute of silence is being held for the victims of saturday's attack. we have new information about the suspects and added security at brittain's landmarks. first, we do want to get a check on your commute with melissa mollet. >> and of course a check on the forecast from storm team 4 meteorologists chuck bell and sheena parveen. good morning, guys. >> good morning. it's beautiful outside. we're outside the studio and it's a fantastic start. >> that's. like the john denver song, sunshine on my shoulder makes me happy. it's a great day to be outside. live picture from our sky camera. up and above the low clouds here this morning. live picture over ragan
moving along smoothly. bonus sunshine today. clouds will be back in for tomorrow and for thursday as well. hit-and-miss rain chances. i'm optimistic the weekend will be dry. if you like summertime heat, it will be hot around here. little patchy fog. nothing too major. nothing that will slow you down too much. we'll get enough sunshine to get temperatures back up within a whisper of about 80 degrees. slight chance for a stray shower or two. again, those plans, i don't think you're going to have to worry about rainfall at all. back to melissa mollet now. see how things are doing on the roads. >> good morning. brand-new problem. just got off the phone with police there. northbound 301 at central avenue, we have a crash involved there. at this point this morning chopper 4 is on the way to see what's going on from above. 270 southbound, a little slow from frederick really down to sort of the urbana area. then things open up and you're okay
course. 301 south of gunston road. cleanup happening now. inner loop and outer loop, more on this problem in bowie coming up. thank you, melissa. breaking news this morning, two people are dead in a mysterious shooting montgomery village. this all happened on gallery court which is a pretty secluded cul-de-sac. >> news 4's justin finch is live on what led neighbors to call police last night. justin, what's the latest? >> reporter: hey there, angie. good morning. it was the sound of gunfire that got a neighbor to call 911 last night. that brought montgomery county police here to this scene to just about that area right there where that car was found last night. that wet spot there gives you a sense of where that vehicle was. inside that car they did find two people, two people dead inside that parked car. here ace a look at that e.
there was broken glass that did spill out onto the 8200 block here. again, inside two people were deceased, dead, apparent gunshot wounds we now have learned. major crime division is now on this case, and back out live again, that is where that vehicle was parked. that wet spot is where crews came in to wipe away the remains of that scene. at this time, no identifications of the people who were inside that car. that could come with more updates due out today. there is a reward of up to $10,000 being offered for tips leading to an arrest in this case. we are live here montgomery village. i'm justin finch, news 4. back to you. >> justin, thank you very much. we want you to take a good look at this surveillance here. d.c. police hope you can help them solve a deadly shooting in northwest d.c. it shows a shooting that killed algernon harvey and injured seven others on memorial day weekend. d.c. police released a video in the sha
have been gambling here when the shooting started. everyone scatters. some even take cover underneath cars. neighbors had strong words for the people behind the violence. >> acting out and like caged animals. they have nowhere else to go, nothing else to do so they resort to this violence over increasingly petty thieves and vendettas. >> a neighbor's camera captured that. d.c. police have put up a temporary surveillance camera. molette green has an update in a horrific attack. >> reporter: we got more details about a truck bomb. more than 150 were killed way up from 90 dead. it makes it the deadliest attack in that capitol since the ouster of the taliban back in 2001. hundreds of othereo
also injured when a truck packed with military grade explosives blew up in an area of that city that houses embassies and government buildings. no group has claimed responsibility. angie, back to you now. >> molette, thank you. just in, people in london just held a moment of silence for the victims from this weekend's terror attack. police are out in force around the london bridge this morning. they are looking at some new video into the newsroom as they continue to search for anyone connected to the attack that killed seven people and injured dozens. the suspected attackers were also killed. so far we know two of their names. neighbors say they reported him to radical islam. a third suspect has not been named. president trump used the london terror attack to make the case for his travel ban on twitter. >> it's raising questions of whether his tweets could come back t
here's the latest tweet quote. that's right, we need a travel ban for certain dangerous countries, not some politically correct term that won't help us protect our people. >> it's been blocked by a federal court. the president's tweet could complicate the administration's efforts to persuade the supreme court to reinstate the travel ban. we continue to get more details on the government contractor who leaked classified information. we'll have more about what the document said coming up at 6:30. time right now is 6:06. d.c. police need some help to find an elderly man who went missing almost two weeks ago. 81-year-old joseph plater was reported missing yesterday. he was missing from a block from north carolina avenue. he wears glasses. could be driving a 2009 dark blue honda
3777. today jury trial selection starts in the former montgomery county teacher. this man was a third great teacher and is accused of inappropriately touching children. he coached junior varsity baseball at paint branch high school in burt tonsville. if you're planning to vote absentee, you have until 5:00 p.m. to have an absentee ballot mailed to you. next week's primary ballots are coming. we are fighting belly fat without going to the gym. we're not lifting the weights. >> okay. >> the food that you should consider putting on your list or your diet to kick start your fitness mission. sheena? >> and i like how a lot of them are also summer od
coming up we'll talk about heat in the forecast. comfortable and conditions looking good even for tomorrow. a little bit cooler. we'll show you that forecast and today's rain chance coming up in a bit. stay tuned. and plus new details about a workplace shooting and what may have been behind a former employee's deadly rampage. and we continue to track breaking news out of montgomery county here. this was the scene overnight when two people were killed in a shooting in a quiet
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>> that is where two people, they were found shot to death inside of a car. neighbors called police after hearing the gunshots. still no word yet on if the victims lived in that neighborhood. news 4's justin finch will have a live report coming up at 6:30. and it is a gorgeous start to your tuesday. we have some areas of fog but take a look at this sunrise. it is going to be fantastic today. mix of sun and clouds currently we're at 67 degrees. little bit of a breeze out there. coming up though, chuck and i are talking about the small rain chance for today. cooler temperatures for tomorrow. then we have a heat wave and a ten day forecast. we'll look at all of that. good morning, melissa. >> live look with chopper four, northbound at 301 after central avenue the right side of the roadway getting by. northbound 3rd street tunnel after d street. look at the travel times coming up. melissa, thank you very much. more details on the apparent case of workplace violence
that left five people dead. the orange county sheriff said john newman jr., recently fired worker from an awning company followed through with a plan to kill his former colleague. newman singled out five people shooting them in the head before killing himself. he said he knew the gunman and said he never saw it coming. >> what he did, you know, i'm shocked. i'm really shocked to hear that that came out of him, you know? but that just shows you how people can be hurting inside so bad and nobody enos. >> now the sheriff says newman had a negative relationship with at least one of his former co workers. he wouldn't say why newman was fired in april. despite the pleas of the victim's mother and prosecutors, two 17-year-old girls convicted in a school bathroom brawl last year in delaware get very little or no jail time. the brawl led to the death of amy joyner
of six months in a juvenile residential facility and then the other got 18 months of community supervision and a third girl was acquitted back in april. hard to believe, but today marks 73 years since u.s. and allied forces stormed the beaches of normandy marking a key turning point in world war ii. there will be services to remember d day. more than 100 veterans and volunteers will clean up the world war ii memorial on the national mall. thursday is a special day in our area, especially for nonprofit organizations. more than 600 of them are trying to raise as much money as they can in a 24-hour period. it is called do more 24 and it's a day-long fundraising drive coordinated by the united way. you can find out more about do more 24 in our nbc washington app. two weeks away from father's day, our day.
3-year-old, 1-year-old. i'll probably get nice drawings. americans as a whole though, they're expected to spend more than ever. the national retail federation just did a survey on father's day shopping. shoppers will spend on average 135 bucks on dad. that's up from $126 last year. $9 more. today's spending is expected to be the highest ever. whopping $15.5 billion. you think that's a lot of ties, right? it will be spent on special outings, baseball game, concert, dinner. survey shows those are the things a majority of dads love to receive the most. >> and the homemade gifts, we talked about that, right? >> i just want some peace and quiet. let me be. maybe ten minutes by my zblef youth and children. >> not something -- >> we love them. not something you'd expect to see in d.c., but you should watch out for coyotes. >> everybody is talking about this. many d.c. pet owners are on high alert. one man said he was walking his
when he saw this. there was another report of a coyote sighting on newark street in cleveland park. and i know we had some tips get a soda bottle, put some coins in it that will scare it away. they said if you do have a pet, don't walk them during twilight. that's when the coyotes like to get out. don't run, make eye contact. >> always very important to keep the dog on the leash. >> my dog would chase the coyote. she loves a good game. >> she's way fast. >> yeah. >> i don't need her catching a coyote. >> maybe scaring it away would be good. >> hey, man. we had some showers yesterday. today not so much? >> not so much today. yeah, yesterday off and on spits and drizzles all throughout the afternoon. that's not the case
look how much of a prettier day we are from the start. sunshine early this morning. just enough to sort of illuminate the east facings on our monuments downtown. talking about 90 degree days coming back into the picture. we've had three 90s so far. we could have four or five days in the 90s in the next ten days. so be ready for the return of real summer weather. 67 degrees now. been a lovely northwest breeze out there. that northwest wind is what's helping to bring us the sunshine. 67 in washington. 63 in fairfax, loudoun counties. 66 in prince george's. your forecast then for today, periods of sunshine. maybe a bubbling up of a shower or two. rain chance today 30% or less. today's high, 79. here's that little northwesterly flow. you can sort of tell there's unsettled air across pennsylvania. that's the reason i can't give you the
today. we need to get a few showers out across mountains of west virginia. here's future weather. you can do a little hint of a shower chance between 4 and 6:00. now tomorrow the clouds are back. little better chance for light rain tomorrow. a lot of clouds on thursday. highs the next couple of days in the low 70s. friday looks like a great june day. saturday sunshine and getting warm again. forecast coming up at 6:41. >> good morning, melissa. >> good morning. chopper 4 over this issue. look at this live picture northbound 301 after central avenue is where this is. we have 3/4 to 1 mile backup right now through that area. if you're headed northbound on 301. northbound third street tunnel after g street in northwest, that crash is on the right shoulder. beltway looks okay. volume
woodbridge. 66 is okay. route 1 south of gunston road, hazmat incident they're treeg to clear out of the roadway. problems on bowie coming up. she said do not go on that train. this was a nightmare. people stuck on a subway train in new york city. they didn't have air conditioning. they didn't have power. sound familiar? they were there for about an hour. you can actually see the steam fogging up windows and people trying to pry the doors open. you know what, new york city for all the issues that we give metro, new york city has been having a string of rough, rough days with their subway system. >> i have friends in new york that say, wow, you're so blessed to have the system that you have in washington. it has been a rough run. >> not just us. our metro is calling safe track a success. while it's coming
the others that you should expect to slow down your commute. first, our fit 4 summer series continues. we have simple ways to get rid of the belly fat without spending hours at the gym. we're going to tell you which fat fighting foods to add to the grocery list next. and today on ellen, back street's back. all right. the boy band competes in one of ellen's odd games on the show. a chance to win a poster of themselves. funny. plus a visit from scandalous carrie washington. you want to stick around for the ws after that at 4:00.ne
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we continue to work for you this week to help you get fit 4 summer. when it comes to shedding that belly fat, you're not necessarily fond of it, you don't need to spend hours at the gym. >> instead, there are simple foods that will help you keep trim. eun yang shares which foods you should add to your grocery list. >> reporter: belly fat is a problem for many people, and
can be caused by everything from high stress to eating too much processed food. so what do you do when situps just aren't working anymore? dr. rovinia brock says start with a cup of tea. >> first, i want you to start with having dandelion tea. the reason, dandelion helps rid the body of toxins. often toxic buildup shows up in the belly. >> reporter: she adds watermelon, papaya helps. >> that contains an amino acid arganine which helps rid the body of water in general and around the belly in particular. >> reporter: like all weight-loss programs, sleep and exercise are key. eun yang, "news 4 today." i want to eat it. >> i know you do. >> getting rid of belly fat isn't the only benefit of those foods. dan delion tea helps calmou
pressure and circulation. >> the watermelon full of vitamins, a, b 6, c, even a little potassium. the papaya is a great source of fiber. you should start your day off with something with a lot of fiber in it. >> pineapple can boost your immune system. it's been credited with helping prevent arthritis. it goes well in certain drinks. >> when we're talking about tea, green tea, whole grain foods and drink a whole lot of water. cayenne pepper is also a good addition to your food to help with the metabolism boosting. >> i'm busy. you go. >> really? >> uh-huh. let's talk about the pool fun. water workout your entire family can enjoy. our fit 4 summer series will continue tomorrow on "news 4 today." and can you imagine life after metro safetrack? the real story is what comes
maintenance work is far from over. plus, we continue to follow the breaking news that happened overnight. the scene here as you take a live look where a double murder investigation is underway right now montgomery county. live up-to-the minute details is next. and a little bit of a northwest breeze is clearing our skies out and taking the rain chances for the most part out of the picture. complete check of the forecast for today and on into the weekenjust ahead.d
"news 4 today" begins with breaking news. >> at 6:29, we continue to follow breaking news this morning. this was the scene last night on gallery court montgomery village. about a dozen detectives collecting evidence from a double murder scene. things are much calmer now as you take a live look. montgomery county police are still trying to figure out why the two people were killed. news 4's justin finch will have a live report on that investigation. we're also following a number of big stories for you today here on "news 4 today." we have team coverage from new projects on metro to a
busiest routes into the city. we begin with your weather and traffic. storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell and sheena parveen delivering good news today, guys. >> it is nice outside this morning. >> we believe in standing out here and taking pictures of sunrise. >> of course. >> and the dew on the grass. chuck has been taking pictures of the grass. there are areas of fog this morning. good to see a huge deal though as we look outside. we are going to take a look at the current temperatures for the area. we have some nice conditions out currently. temperatures will be staying in the 60s. 67 degrees in the district. 63 manassas. 65 in clinton. temperatures going through the day talking about upper 70s. isolated chance this afternoon. most of the area will be staying dry and we do have a heat wave in the forecast coming up in the ten day. chuck, you've manage d
almost 70 degrees. >> almost 70. >> that thing is old and very heavy. >> let's check the roads on a beautiful tuesday with melissa mollet. >> good morning. sun glare out there this morning. be careful. just remember that. chopper 4 over this problem in bowie, this is northbound 301 after central avenue. fill this morning. new problem on 95 northbound after prince william parkway. crash in the left lane at the end of the express lanes there. tunnel on d street northwest, crash on the shoulder. travel times looking pretty normal. i'm expecting the top of the beltway to get closed this morning. northbound there quantico to the beltway as well. remember to listen to wtop when you hop in your car. we want to get back to the breaking news. broken glass. this is not something that you'd expect to find on gallery court montgomery
county police are investigating a double murder there. news 4's justin finch live with how neighbors woke up to gunsho gunshots. adam, good morning. close to 11:00, the sound of blasting bullets from this quiet lot got neighbors up to call 911 alerting montgomery county police to the spot just above the mailbox. that wet spot is where a car was parked and two people were found dead inside. i want to take you now to video. this is how this double homicide investigation did begin. dark blue honda civic sedan. inside two people were dead. those people for some reason were brought to this area and were found dead inside their vehicle. let's take you back out live. you can see the wet spot is where that honda civic was parked. that spot was washed away. washed away
investigation overnight here. we do know at this time police have not identified those who were inside that vehicle. updates are due out sometime this morning. we spoke to neighbors off camera. they tell us this is not something they would ever expect on their block. they describe it as very quiet, very family oriented and not a major thoroughfare. how that vehicle got here and how they died remains a mystery. live from montgomery village, justin finch, news 4. >> thank you very much. president trump used the london terror attack to make the case for his travel ban on twitter. his latest tweet says, quote, that's right, we need a travel ban for certain dangerous countries, not some politically correct term that won't help us protect our people. end quote. the president's tweet could complicate his efforts to persuade the supreme court to reinstate that ban. >> plus, take a good look at this surveillance
can. d.c. police hoping you can help them with a deadly shooting. algernon harvey died and 7 others were hurt. police say that the group may have been gambling when the shooting began. metro plans to make security changes after the agency put hard drives up for public auction. the problem, personal and business information was still on those hard drives. thousands of files could have been compromised when computers used by metro are auctioned or thrown away, all of the files are supposed to be erased. that didn't happen with two computers. meanwhile, metro has replaced so many wooden rail ties during safetrack that you could stack them as high as the washington monument, two times. that's a lot. that's one of many reasons why metro says that safetrack has been a success. what comes next? news 4's derrick ward is live with a look at that. hey, derrick. >> reporter: hey. well, you know, three years worth of work in a year's time, it is something to crow about,
for a mission accomplished moment. that is because metro is saying they have plans for three more shutdowns over the next 12 months. we're already in the midst. orange line shutdown. they're working on the orange one in maryland. they're in need of repair. in august there will be a 50 day shutdown at some stations including naylor road. the surge is over and it was successful. what do the passengers say? it's a mix between yes and maybe. >> i haven't had any problems. lately it's been running good so i can't complain. >> maybe haa hassle to some peoe who had to commute with the shuttle. but if they say it's a success, i believe
>> reporter: now metro is saying to realize the full benefit of the surge and to keep from happening to others, they need some money to make sure the repairs and maintenance are kept up. >> derrick, thank you. recent acts of hate are putting the district in the national spotlight. mayor muriel bowser says the city will not tolerate them. >> we have locked arms and spoke up loudly and strongly and immediately against these types of acts. >> well, six incidents involving nooses have been reported in recent weeks including one at the national museum of african-american history and the mlk memorial on the national mall. well, there's a new effort to move a controversial local confederate statute in leesburg. the naacp is asking for a legal review over whether the statue honoring
could be moved. the last time they raised objections to the statute, they were given funding and permission to add to it on the courthouse lawn. those plagues have not been create jood 6:37. a federal contractor busted. a top secret document on russian hacking released. see the arrest and the fallout of the 25-year-old at the center of the scandal. >> do you remember your prom night? wasn't like this. >> got invited to a prom. >> the mother that went to extremes to create an unforgetable night. and good morning, everybody. get ready to start thinking about your weekend. boy, is it going to be warm around here. saturday up near 87. sunday, maybe 92 degrees. that could bthee
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good morning, nice northwest breeze today. there's melissa mollet. you can point at the map. that's all right. mainly dry and outside chance of a shower today. better chance for rain and cooler weather. sunshine returns. >> i see that. very good. would you like to see traffic? northbound 95 here. do have a delay here at prince william parkway because of a new crash here. ats iom sething that people do have to deal with this morning. hearing in my ear, brand-new crash at university boulevard. in bowie, chopper 4 after central avenue a one mile backup there. take a look at travel times coming up. ♪ ♪ ariana grande's one love concert has rai
million. she organized that concert which featured several other artists 13 days after a suicide bomber killed 22 people at her concert. >> and the money will go towards helping the families and victims of those attacks. good to see that. apple is going head to head with amazon and google. the battle over the home digital assistant and how much it's going to cost you to go high tech. plus, cosby's sex assault trial. the first witness makes a -- delivers dramatic testimony. a look at what comes next. we'll have a live report. >> reporter: a fatal double shooting rocks a quiet montgomery county neighborhood overnight.
this is where you hear the facts. this is where issues happen. >> cosby in court. the first witness in the sex assault trial reveals her so-called secrets about the biggest celebrity in the world. >> it was such a terrifying moment to wake up and find someone in your house. >> a brazen break-in. he tells me i'm going to kill you, [ bleep ], if you tell the police. >> what one woman did when she came face to face with burglars. >> a camel,ur
a mother goes all out for her son on prom night. but we want to begin with that breaking news. two people are dead in a mysterious shooting montgomery village. >> this happened last night on gallery court which is a pretty secluded cul-de-sac. news 4's justin finch is live with what led neighbors to call police last night. good morning, justin. >> reporter: adam, good morning. it was shocking to neighbors we spoke with to know their block was the back of a double homicide investigation. a neighbor heard the sound of gunfire and called 911 close to 11:00 last night. on scene montgomery police found a parked car, honda sedan civic, two people inside both dead. how that car came to the 8200 block of gallery court remains under investigation at this time. would he do know that right now th
looking deeper into this case. we can also tell you, too, off camera neighbors are very concerned that did happen so close to where they live. they do describe this area as very family oriented and tight knit. also as you mention, this is a cul-de-sac here. not much through traffic coming in. it's unclear how the car got here and who was in it. police are looking for tips at this time. back to you. >> justin, thank you very much. bill cosby meanwhile will be back in court today for his criminal sex assault trial. >> today is day two but the trial is expected to last for several weeks. the comedian is getting support from some of his famous friends as the trial does get underway. you're looking at video of keisha knights williams who played rudy entering court with cosby. >> let's go to nbc's stephanie gosk who is live in norris town, pennsylvania, for us this morning. >> reporter: hey, guys. good morning. as you know, the c
happened to her one night in 2004 in bill cosby's home. the prosecution, however, has gun with a sto begun with a different woman. kelly johnson says she was also drugged and molested by bill cosby in 1996 in los angeles. she was an assistant at the talent agency for bill cosby. he invited her, according to her, over to his hotel, the bel air, for lunch. while she was there she was given what she described as a large white pill that left her incapacitated. now on cross examination she faced some tough questions from the defense team that went after her sequence of events and her memory of them. she was shaken. she was crying. today testimony will likely continue. the judge is going to decide whether her mother can take the stand to corroborate her story. back to you guys. >> stephanie gosk live in norristown. jury trial starts in the sex e
montgomery county elementary school teacher. he's accused of inappropriately touching five female students over several years. he taught at clover leaf from 2000 to 2016 and coached junior varsity baseball in burtonsville. this next story might have you question how secure your home is. two men got into a woman's home in the american park neighborhood. nicole boozer says the noise woke her up and the man threatened her claiming he had a gun. when she tried to make a run for it one of them punched her in the side of the face. >> the guts that it took for them to actually walk past -- you know, in between these two houses and kick a door in on saturday morning is unbelievable. boozer says the men got away with two laptops. d.c. police are still trying to track down those intruders. right now security still
saturday night's attack that left 7 people dead. new safety barriers were installed across a london bridge overnight. three attackers driving a ban barrelled into pedestrians on a bridge and then went on a stabbing rampage. i'm molette green at the live desk. busted for leaking a top secret nsa document. nbc news has confirmed the fbi arrested this woman, reality lee winner of georgia. the 25-year-old admitted to intelligence on an online news outlet. they're detailing russian efforts to hack voting systems prior to last year's presidential election. look for a detailed coverage of this story in minutes on the "today" show. back to you. >> thanks, molette. if you're planning to vote absentee in next week's primaries in virginia, you have until 5:00 p.m. to ask an absentee ballot to be
request one in person. it looks like the days of convincing your parents to lend you the car for the prom, those are long gone. >> a philadelphia mother took prom seriously. she spent $25,000 on the mom's night. she bought a camel and rented exotic cars, rolls royce, lamborghini. you're looking at instagram pictures. the inspiration was to bring dubai to the formal dance. her son had three dates. he did three outfit changes himself. >> 43-year-old mom said she saved money every week until she was able to afford everything here. where do you go to get the camel? >> i don't know. a local zoo? >> another part of the story, she said she wanted to send him to dubai as a gift. she decided to bring it to him. she's a
survivor. she said, i'm going to give him the world if i can pull it off. >> she did. 6:52. let's get a look at your traffic. >> taking a look right now. outer loop before university boulevard, a crash reported there. we have chopper 4 right now on the way. we have a live picture for you in a minute. northbound 301 where chopper was before in bowie, central avenue, that crash still hanging around. just about a 1 mile backup there with those tractor trailers this morning. northbound 95 at prince william parkway, vdot moving that camera here. we are a little slow through that area because of a crash as well. in bound dulles greenway before loudoun county parkway, 66 is okay. problem in bound crash at the roosevelt bridge. prince george's county, bottom of the beltway have the normal slowdowns headed into town. travel times, no problems there
top of the beltway we have that normal slowdown on the outer loop but it could get worse once chopper gets over that scene. we'll see how bad that is. in bound on 66. 31 miles per hour. going to take you 18 minutes. 95 north quantico to the beltway going to take you 40. pretty slow on 66 and 95. remember to listen to wtop 103.5 f.m. when you hop in your car. >> nice start to this tuesday morning. we'll take a look at some of the headlines for today. well, you can expect a decent tuesday today. we have a mix of sun and clouds. sunshine. cooler tomorrow. talk about that coming up in a minute. otherwise, the weekend will be warmer. 90s returning in the forecast. talking about a heat wave coming. show you that in just a minute. 67 degrees currently in the district. 66 in frederick. clinton coming in at 65. comfortable start. we are dry. rain up by philadelphia but as we go into the -- hey, gu
>> we're hanging out. >> you get to see behind -- >> can you bring it back? >> plenty of room. >> angie really wants us to go back there. we'll get back to you. beautiful look outside behind them though. as we go through the afternoon, well, we could see a couple isolated showers. very small chance. >> okay. so angie, you got your witch. >> if i canning myself. >> adam shaking your head. >> i love it. anyway -- >> any tricks this morning? >> we're not playing -- let me get to the dog quick. this dog needs a home. this is taylor. you can find her at the humane rescue alliance if you're walking the dog, not too bad outside. little bit of a cooldown. chuck, you're laughing. >> well, i'm surprised that angie and adam weren't asleep. that's usually what happens. >> revenge is a dish best served zbloeld certainly is. our weather starting out predawn tomorrow and w
a.m., here come the clouds back on us. we can have spits and sprinkles on the early part of the commute. that down into the shenandoah valley by 8:00, 9:00. stuck in the clouds and hit-and-miss showers. doesn't look like a lot of rain but it does look like a lot of clouds. temperatures will hover in the 60s and the 70s. as soon as the cool cloudiness pulls out, the heat and humidity come back. here's your ten day. >> here's the heat and humidity. 70 degrees tomorrow. quite a bit cooler then as we get sunshine, warmer temperatures into the weekend. perfect timing. look at the 90s. there is the heat wave. going to feel like summer. good morning, i'm landon dowdy at cnbc headquarters. apple is launching its own digital assistant device for the home. siri, it plays songs from apple music, messages and controls connte
apple unveiling a new feature for i0s. do not disturb while driving will send a text when you're behind the wheel and silence incoming alerts. i'm landon dowdy. >> thank you, landon. here are the 4 things you need too know before you head out the door. breaking news. two people are dead and montgomery county police are trying to figure out why. they were found shot to death on gallery court montgomery village. we expect to learn more information from police later this morning. follow news 4's justin finch on twitter @justinnbc4. there was a moment of silence in eng fwlapd for the people who died in the attack in england. police just identified the third suspect. the "today" show will have more on the breaking news coming up. a 25-year-old government contractor is arrested for leaking a top secret document on russian hacking. the "today" show will have more des> virginia he
absentee week's primaries. you still have until saturday to request an absentee ballot in person. >> look at the delays from chop 1kw4rer. outer loop at university is where the crash is. extra sunshine today. i'm loving it. >> absolutely. good day to be outside. >> thanks for joining us, everybody. we have the "today" show next for you. >> make sure you go on to nbcwashington.com. check out our app for all the fit 4 summer tips. >> today we were burning belly fat. >> enjoy the day. you can put the umbrella away. maybe a
good morning. breaking overnight. new details on the meers woman arrested for leaking a top secret nsa document to a news website. the file filled with explosive evidence that russia was making concerted efforts to hack into u.s. voting systems one week before the presidential election. how a 25-year-old contractor got access to such highly classified information and what the kremlin is saying about that leak this morning. could it have been prevented? why british officials didn't arrest the alleged master mind in the latest terror attack london before the rampage. his neighboring saying the threat was ob