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lions. the eagles blew a 20-point lead losing 24-23 for the 49ers. after the first four games, skips sit atop the nfc east with the giants while the eagles are in the basement. >> i think our football team is concentrating on this team. we have a lot of new football players. we do have some plays are that were here before but the plays are that are here obviously hand picked for the type of offense and defense and the special teams and the type of people they are. so hopefully, we can create our own state and hopefully, it will be positive. tive. it is 5:00 on a monday morning. holiday for many of you today. many people might still be sleeping at this hour. a lot of folk will be going to work today. it is monday, october 10th. glad you are with us this morning. i'm steve chenevey. >> welcome to fox 5 morning news. i'm sarah simmons inform they get to sleep in, maybe have a little bit of fun today, it will be nice for it.
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>> somebody forgot to set the alarm. hey, it is your time. >> how did i get here? >> we ask ourselves that every day. >> already, steve. >> it is a monday! it's a holiday. we have to do a little something extra. >> that woke me up. it's 5:00. here is a look at vipir. we have a few high clouds out there. we have a little bit of fog as well in some of the low-highing areas near some of the waterways. you want to be aware of that if you are getting up and going to work this morning. we do have some cloud cover and i think we'll see more cloud cover today than we've seen during the past few days. let's look at the current temperatures around the region. not a bad start to the day. 58degrees in washington. winchester, 52. mostly sunny skies. another mild afternoon. 78degrees for your high. that was our high yesterday.
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but again, more clouds today than what we've seen during the last several days. enjoy the holiday, folks. >> let's check some n. with julie wright. she has the latest on traffic. >> what is the little rhyme, columbus sailed the ocean blue in 1492. >> that's right. >> see i paid attention in class. don't ask me the rest of that. you will find lighter than usual traffic volume. inbound new york avenue is looking good to the third street tunnel. no incidents to report southbound along 270. still an easy go out of germ appeartown, father hurley boulevard out to the split. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. our big story, the anti-war and anti-corporate greed protests taking place here in the district. >> the demonstrators' permit to
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gear gay they are at free -- to gather at freedom plaza expires today but do they man to leave? stacy cohan has more. >> reporter: no, they do not plan to leave. we have not had any word from park police on what they plan to do if the protesters decide to stay put. they go by several different names, stop the machine, october 2001 and they have various complaints, everything from war to corporate greed. what will happen if park police decide to exercise their authority at some point hater today is some of them may be arrested and we've been told they are more than willing to be arrested. >> you know your permit is up at 10 check. we said yes. they said you know we have to do our job. we said we're not sure what your job actually an tails because this is a public park
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and people can be here any time. >> reporter: people do need to have permits for a protest and large rallies like they did have a protest for this when it first began. there is a separate demonstration going on at macpherson square. the one there with southeasterly dozen people is an offshoot of the occupy wall street movement. it is called occupy d.c. they also do not have a permit but they are a small group and they say it is their understanding that, if they remain small and peaceful, they will be permitted to stay there. they've been there eight days. we'll see how much longer our city remains occupied or if we have arrests coming later today. back to you. >> thank you. we are following a developing story this morning. the worst violence since the uprising that out offed former president hosni mubarak. christians hit the streets to protest some recent attacks but it quickly turned violent there in egypt. at least 24 people are dead and more than 200 injured.
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fox's mary ann rafferty has the details. >> reporter: christians, muslims and egyptian security forces face off in the streets of cairo. some of the unruly crowd can be seep hurling stones, fire bombs and tearing up the pavement for ammunition. violent clashes leaving the streets littered with dirt, rubble and debris. >> i saw them firing tear gas and saw the army clashing with civilians but i don't know the reason. >> reporter: christians blame in on the ruling military council. they say the military has been too lean yebt on those responsible for the anti- christiana attacks since the removal of former president hosni mubarak back in february. the country's prime minister is denouncing the uprising. >> reporter: the most serious stretch of the country's security is tampering with muslim security. the atmosphere provides the opportunity for the country's enemy to tamper with the
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security. >> reporter: an armored security van sped into the crowd trying to disperse it. >> there is no problem if they want to build churches so long as it is done by a principal. >> reporter: the late of the violence comes just weeks before a parliamentary election on november 28th. it is the first such election since ehud -- since mubarak was ousted. d.c. public schools begin began negotiation on a new contract with its teachers union next week. school reps do not expect to bargain over the controversial
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impact teacher evaluation tool that attaches as much as 50% of the teach every's rating to student test scores. current terms expire in september 2012. it took nearly three years to hammer out the last deal. two investigates involving the white house. up next, a federal program that allegedly put guns in the hands of criminals. and hundreds of millions of dollars poured into a politically connected company gone bankrupt. >> those were the big topics on the sunday talk shows. we'll get the latest on that. stay with us.
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guns, money and public outrage. the sunday talk shows took on the week's big stories. >> melanie alnwick has the political round-up. >> an atf operation called fast and furious tacks a wrong turn putting guns into the hands of the mexican drug cartels. >> the american people have rye a right -- have a right to know more. >> reporter: on fox news sundays, house oversight committee chairman darryl issa
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explained why he has launched investigates. >> solindra, it isn't just them. it's pattern of these sorts of investments. >> reporter: and protesting, not just wall street but any street, it seems, that has ties to big business. face the nation asked republican candidates herman cain and newt gingrich what they think of the growing movement. >> i think the sad saad thing is this is a natural product of obama's class warfare. >> here is why i don't have a lot of patience with that. >> my parents, they never played the victim card. my parents never said we hope the rich people lose something so we can get something. >> reporter: cain and gingrich suggested protests are also turn their anger toward the administration. on meet the press, former white house chief of staff, now chicago mayor rahm emmanuel, urged more empathy. >> people have to feel in their lives some improvement and some opportunity of improvement for them and for their children. if you don't understand and hear the frustration in people's voices, if you are in
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public life, you should get a different job. >> thank you very much. we know that peanut allergys are very common. but up next, could that some day be a thing of the past. >> we are talking about an allergy-free peanut. is it possible? find out details of what scientists are working on. >> that would be big news. also coming up, having a nice drink of water and we'll have a look -- and tucker is having some tea. we'll have some looks at what is appear happening with our weather and julie wright will deal with traffic. stay with us. fox 5 morning news will be right back. state farm. this is jessssica.
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can get out there. >> a real nice day. >> i've lost count, day six. >> amazing show of support for wounded service members. cyclists from gaithersburg enjoying great weather and food and fun after riding from pittsburgh. that is about 325 miles. >> the effort will raise money for operation second chance. it's charity to help wounded vets and their families at walter reed and the naval medical center. over the last five years, the group has raised nearly $400,000. >> great job by everybody and great weekend to bible to get out there and do that. a long ride but it makes it nicer when it is not snowing, raining, anything like that. and not too hot. warm but not too hot either so that is good. that will continue for today. let's take a look at your weather headlines. we'll show you what we've got in store. there are changes coming. you knew it couldn't last forever. we'll have a few more clouds
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today. a still a nice day but a few more clouds. a little bit of fog out there this morning as well. another warm one today with highs we believe in the upper 70s just like yesterday. rain returns by wednesday. i actually think we'll get some rain showers in here tuesday night but certainly during the day on wednesday we'll have rain across the region. and it will be cooler by the middle part of this week. i'll show that to you in just a moment with the five-day forecast. current temperatures around the region, we're in the 50s right now. 58degrees currently in the nation's capital. 52349 annapolis. baltimore is at 55 degrees. our friend in leonardtown are at 52. 50 at dulles airport. and in martinsburg west virginia, we're at 48 degrees. here is a look at the satellite- radar composite for our region. you can see we've got clouds that will push in here from the south. we do have rain showers across the southeastern united states. a pretty good storm system developing there.
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it looks like that will get dragged up across the coastal states. so by tuesday night and into the day on wednesday, we expect rain showers to overspread our area. it has been several days since we've had any rain. we'll take it as it comes along. for today though, a try day. here is a look at the forecast for today. good amount of sunshine, few more clouds but a good amount of sunshine. still mild this afternoon. high, 78. that was actually our high yesterday. i think we'll do it again today. for tonight, we'll see some clouds move in, partly cloudy skies, cool temperatures again. right about just like last night, 57 degrees for your overnight low. five-day forecast, we do show the changes that are coming. cooler temperatures and some periods of rain moving in here. wednesday looks to be a rainy day way high of 69 degrees. then we are back up into the mid-70s on thursday with some showers friday, 70 degrees under partly sunny skies. that is a look at what is happening with the weather. now, let's get more on this morning's rush hour traffic from julie wright. >> it is a holiday which means
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typically, we have lighter than usual traffic volume on the roads. it also means the hov rules have been lifted in virginia as in maryland with the exception of route 50 the john hanson highway. according to metro, we do have problems out there due to track maintenance work you will fine along the orange line between falls church and west falls church. there is no service and that is due to track maintenance. hopefully, everything will be resolved by tomorrow morning. lanes are open. no problems reported leaving germantown headed out towards the lane divide. still an easy go coming across the american legion bridge. traffic volume behaving nicely leaving woodbridge headed for the occoquan. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. >> thank you. a horse rescue in darnestown when the horse got stuck in about two feet of mud. the horse's mind legs were caught and trained horse men had to head out to help. the horse was stuck for about an hour but the rescue crews were able to get it out. >> i'm a nurse so try not to get too nervous. you got to stay calm for the nurse and those guys did great.
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they weren credible. >> jennifer nagel is the horse's boarder. she said the first thought was about his legs making sure they weren't broken. turns out that the horse is just fine. a little scared but okay. scientists are working hard on creating a peanut that is safe for people with nut allergies. we have a report. >> i don't really eat peanuts. >> no, why not? >> because i don't want to get an epi-pen. >> reporter: 6-year-old dalana is very allergic to peanuts and has never known what it is like to taste one. >> try to be cautious and we bring our food wherever we go. >> reporter: the peanut industry brings nearly $60 million to the north carolina state economy each year. here, they found a way to introduce food grade enzymes to peanuts which reduces the
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allergens and in one day could make it safe for everyone to consume. dr.yu has been working on it since 2005 and says an allergy- free peanut could be a reality in three years. >> in the united states, about 1% are allergic to peanuts. working on a project that has the potential to reduce the allergy is and honor and it is important. >> it is absolutely rewarding to know that, at some point, children will be able to eat peanut butt are and not be worried about the fact that are allergic. >> that would be less worry. he has multiple allergies. that would be one less thing i have to worry b. >> reporter: accidental exposures account for 75% of allergic reactions. chris justice, fox news.
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a great time to leave your doors open and let the air flow through the home with the nice weather but can you do it without letting the bug? >> magic mesh cover. it could be the answer. but is it a deal or a dud? we'll put it to the test coming up next. 
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fall is a great time to leave your doors open on a nice die like today, let the cool
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air just breeze right through. now, can you do it without letting the bugs in. >> that will be nice. magic mesh door cover claims it can let the fresh air in and keep the bug out. but the question is does it really work? fox's melissa painter puts it to the deal or dud test for us. >> now, there is magic mesh, the new type of screen door that opens easily. >> the magic mesh door cover. let fresh air in and keep bugs out. installs in seconds. 18 magnets to shut the screen for you. >> reporter: she can't exactly install a doggie door for her great dane zoey. the instructions aren't complicated but we don't know about that installs in second promise. >> lay your magic mesh instant screen door plat on the floor with your magnets aligned in the venter. >> reporter: we get to work sticking the magic mesh in place. we shake sure the screen as
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lined properly with the door and magnets. >> it's little messier than i would want to to be. >> reporter: the door is not quite the height of style but will it work. the test is simple enough, leah just heads back inside. >> it napped back together. >> if only things kept going that way. the magic mesh magnets fully attach only about 50% of the time leaving the screen door open a lot. not what you want. >> we have a problem there. what just happened? >> it did not snap back when we walked through. >> reporter: she was hoping this would be the easy way to let zoey come and go. but the magic mesh isn't reliable enough. >> be aesthetically pleasing and very practical at the same time which i don't think it is either. >> a giant doggie door is looking better and better. >> guess they didn't like it. >> maybe we should just use our screens. >> do you want your dog running through the screen? >> no. but it is just a little more
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work, i guess. the maker of magic mesh offer as a 30-day money back guarantee so hopefully they can get their money back. still plenty ahead. stacy is following our big story this morning. >> good morning. the permit is running out but the protesters remain at freedom plaza. will they say or will they go? i'll have all the details coming up in a live report.  just got her flu shot, like a champ -- mom! taking on the master of disaster, the flu! it's the fight of the season! your flu shot's next, champ. let's do this. flu shots. every day. no appointment needed. most insurance accepted. get a $5 cvs gift card if you're not covered.
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monday morning and there is a nice view down wisconsin avenue. still dark out there this morning. going to be for a couple of hours this time of year. losing daylight all the time, tony. >> yes, we are. >> that's true. enjoying the weather though at least. >> fine weather, even this morning. we have some fog out there this morning. temperatures are well into the 50s. so it is not a bad start to the day. we've had cooler starts to the day recently. it will a good one today. our average high for this date is 70 degrees. we'll be well above that once again. let's take a look at what is going on out there. we'll start with the satellite- radar composite. not a lot to show you, at least not here. there is some cloud cover down to our south that will begin pushing in here. today, we'll have lots of sunshine but more clouds than we've seen recently and then more clouds pushing in tonight as well. there is actually a rain system well down to the south down across florida and portions of the southeast that is moving in our direction. that will get here by tomorrow night or wednesday. current temperatures at the
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area airports, 58 degrees at reagan national. 50 at dulles. bwi marshall is at 55 degrees. here is your forecast for today. look for a good amount of sunshine, mixed with some clouds. high today into the upper 70s, about 78 degrees. we'll have more on the weather coming up in just a little bit. stick with us for that. >> i think julie wright could even hand until weather. let's check in with her. she has the latest on traffic. >> absolutely. i can dig it. lanes are open northbound i-59. no incidents in your way as you travel the main line as you leave woodbridge headed across the occoquan. traffic volume still moving at speed between annandale and merrifield. outbound, still have some roadwork in place tying up the left side of the roadway. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. we continue to monitor a developing story. chaos in the streets of egypt.
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protests turned vile nbc-17 alexandria and cairo. christians-- violent in alexandria and cairo. a thousand security forces were brought in, some armored vehicle driven into the crowd. crist yaps make up about 10% of evening magazine incident's -- of egypt's 80 million people. now to the demonstrators here in d.c. they are angry with what they say is the government's willingness to bail out big corporations while ignoring the average person. stacy cohan has the latest. >> reporter: the permit actually expired last night. it was extended through the day today. it's holiday today, so park police have allowed them to remain and they seem to be staying put. they have been demonstrating here since last thursday.
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they go by several names. it is stop the machine, october 2011 and there is a wide array of interests here from folks that are protesting the war to others who are protesting corporate greed. now, there are still no signs of waning. although park police has the power to make arrests, they haven't been exercising that so far. many protesters say they are more than willing to be arrest giant food the park police could have rousted us and arrested us from thursday night on. they haven't arrested us yet. but i'm actually willing to risk arrest at this point. >> reporter: there have been many arrests up in the new york in the occupy wall street movement. we have a similar movement happening in the macpherson square that is called occupy d.c. that is a few dozen strong and they have remained there for eight days. they also do not have a posterior mitt but it is a smaller group and we are told that they believe they are allowed to stay there as long
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as they remain peaceful. we'll see what happens when day breaks and at what point park police decide to exercise their authority if they do wish to clear out freedom plaza. stacy cohan, back to you. friends and familiar live missinmother held a vigil on sunday one year after she disappeared. unique harris was last seen october 9, 2010. she was at home on hartford street in northeast. harris put her children and niece to bed and when they woke up, she was gone. the family is asking anyone with information to contact mpd. police officers on bikes certainly nothing new. but in silver spring, montgomery county police have deployed a dedicated bike patrol unit and it is having a positive impact on the number of robberies and assaults in that area. audrey barnes has more. >> reporter: instead of piling hue patrol cars for their
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shifts, these montgomery county police officers are taking bicycles out for the night. they will be all over the packed central business district in silver spring tackling crime in a whole new way. >> we can actually get into places the cruisers can't be be more interactive with the community. we are not caged into a car so we can use more of our senses to detect crime. >> on the signal, doing do it! >> reporter: silver spring is the busiest of the county's six police districts accounting for 20% of of police calls. since the bike unit hit the streets august 1st, assaults and robberies have dropped dramatically. >> this is the first time it was a dedicated unit. at first, we would have the beat officers do it but you could never get them to ride because they would have other duties as well. >> reporter: outfight fits with gps units, they can circumvent the traffic on georgia avenue and colesville road and get
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where they're going quickly. they've even been able to break up flash mobs before they really got start giant food there is just not the problems we were experiencing earlier in the summer. >> reporter: even though the clouds have gotten large are all summer, regular visitors say they feel safer with the bike unit on the job. >> at one point, it was getting pretty rough down here at night. >> i walk around here and i always see the police and i've never been worried about leaving the movies at 11:00 at night or whatever. >> i think it is great. i think it is a great way for them to get around and be there if they need to be there. >> reporter: audrey barnes, fox 5 news. >> thank you so much. captain goldberg says the bike unit has had so much success that he expects other jurisdiction to start dedicating officers to their own bike units full time as well. a lesson for aspiring criminals. if you are goal to rob banks,
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a hungry robber in arizona. police say a 56-year-old man held up a wells fargo bank with a box cutter yesterday, then stopped by a restaurant on his way home, bought some beats arc bought some beer with the stolen money. officers were able to make an arrest before the food was served actually. sadly, the suspect is believed to be homeless who had recently found his way or moved from oklahoma. nearly a week since a 10- month-old missouri girl went missing. her parents are finally cooperating with police. they spent sunday with investigators in their home as authorities continued to comb the property for clues in an attempt to recreate the alleged crime scene. irwin called 911 about 4:00 a.m. tuesday to report his daughter disappeared from the crib. gay rights pioneer paula he
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had elberg has died. the new york attorney is credited with helping to broaden the definition of family to include same-sex partners. the 55-year-old died friday night after battling cancer. sir paul mccartney has a new bride. the former beatle married 51- year-old american trucking heiress nancy shadell. her father owns new england motor freight. the bride wore a dress designed by mccartney's daughter stella. ringo starr came to the ceremony as well. is. other beatles fans commemmorated what would have been john lennon's 71st birthday. they gathered at his star on the hollywood walk of fame and sang the happy birthday song. then in the spirit of help nonhimself, they stuck around to sing his song and right messages of peace. here in d.c., it was a bit
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of eating going on yesterday. a little sloppy eating. you like chili? how about enough to down two full gallons in 10 minutes? >> can you say heartburn? we'll show you who devoured the competition at the taste of d.c. chili eating contest. plus, a check of weather and traffic. that does look kind of gross there. >> kind of? >> k, straight up. extra cream, three sugars. iced coffee french vanilla. for me. iced coffee with a turbo shot. i'm drinkin' dunkin'. i'm drinkin' dunkin'. i'm drinkin' dunkin'. drinkin' dunkin'. america runs on dunkin' coffee. [ cellphone rings ] cut! [ monica ] i have a small part in a big movie. i thought we'd be on location for 3 days, it's been 3 weeks. so, i used my citi simplicity card to pick up a few things. and i don't have to worry about a late fee.
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just in time for columbus day, a giant meatball unveiled at columbus, ohio. the mound of meat served up sunday at an italian festival weighing in at about 1110 pounds. the city's italian club now hold the world record for -- holds the word record for the large of the meatball. at stake, $3,000 the title of world chili eating champion. the title went to joey chestnut
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for downing two full gallons of chili in six minutes. >> the same with a like a marathon runneren i get into a rhythm and i'm note thinking about how my body is feeling. just making my body work for me. >> this is chestnut's 21st world record. >> he does set the stage for the competitive eating circuit. he wins the hot dog eating contest every year. he is the man. if you think about a gallon of milk sis sitting in your fridge and you double that up, fill it full of chilly and try to drink it in six minutes. >> chili has more to. it there is meat, beans. >> couldn't do it. >> i would have been avoiding him for the rest of the day. >> on the meatball story, the giant meatball story, 1100 pounds. i heard on the radio, when it started out it was 1500 pounds. when they cooked it, a few hundred pounds of fat cooked
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off. >> a few hundred pounds. >> yikes! >> maybe it was just water weight. >> all right. let's jump right in. take a look at what is going on we are -- with our weather conditions around the region. temperatures primarily in the 50s and well into the 50s for many of you. 59-degree in annapolis. up in baltimore, it is 55 degrees. here in washington, it is 58. there are some cool spots. dulles airport is at 50. and frederick, maryland is at 46 degrees at this hour so definitely some cool air in mace. but these 50s are not bad at all. here is a look at the satellite- radar. here is probably the most interesting thing about our weather aside from the fact that it will be another nice day today. we do have changes coming. you can see this system down to our south pushing some cloud cover into -- gradually into the mid-atlantic states. more cloud cover out across portions of west virginia, kentucky and tennessee than we have here but gradually, we'll get the cloud cover moving in. that is a pretty vigorous
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system down there that is today producing rainfall in georgia, south carolina, places like that. we expect this to move northward slowly but surely. i want to take a look at the futurecast and tell you where we think this is going to go over the course of the next couple of days. we do think it will change our weather, bring smus clouds and bring some rain into the area but it takes -- bring us some clouds and bring some rain into the area but it take a while. some areas of heavy rain across south carolina but as the day progresses, the rainfall gets closer. overnight tuesday into early wednesday, some rain and it looks like we could have heavy rain during the rush hour on wednesday until the mid-morning hours as well. the forecast for today looks like. this mostly sunny skies. still mild some afternoon. looking for a high of about 78 degrees. then for tonight, overnight lows in the 50s.
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partly cloudy and wind out of the northeast at five miles per hour. five-day forecast, tomorrow, another decent day. more clouds move in. 76-degree for your high. overnight tuesday into early wednesday and then during the day wednesday, rainfall and a cooler day. 69degrees. we rebound back in the mid-70s with a few showers thursday. partly sunny on friday and 70 degrees. that is a look at what is happen with the weather. now, let's get more on the morning's rush hour traffic with julie wright. >> i don't really have much to give right now. it is a holiday which mean we've got lighter than usual traffic volume on the roads which is working well if do you have to make the trip to the j- o-b. hov rules have been liftedded on 70, 66, 95 and 395 for this morning's drive. if you are traveling in on 66, lanes are open, no incidents to report leaving fair oaks headed for the beltway. an easy trip inbound suitland
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parkway headed for south capitol street and the douglass bridge. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. monitoring metro for you and expect some delays today. track work has shut down three major stations on the yellow and green lines. the shaw, u street and columbia heights stations in northwest are closed until tomorrow morning for maintenance work. shuttle buses are running between mount vernon and journal avenue appear they are stopping at each of the closed stations. -- and georgia avenue and they are stopping at each the closed station. the new iphone could be the fastest selling one yet. pre-orders have already sold out. that mean you have have to wait a few weeks to order yours. or you can wait in mind at an apple store on friday when they debut. already, people are in line in new york even though the phone does not go on sale until friday. don't have time for a
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stationed in bahrain but he is still showing some love to fox 5. we would like to say thank you for your serve toys our country as well. if you want for be tomorrow's fan of the day, find us on facebook by searching fox 5 morning news. there is no space between fox and the number 5. post a comment under michael's photo. a big-time world championship fight coming to d.c. lamont havoc peterson will battle emir kahn. >> as soon as we decide to drop the few people that we might be thinking about get afight in washington. they said bring the fight over here. i can already see when i was walking the streets, it is going to be massive i'm pretty sure he will be train training hard to defend his seattle and
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i'll be training even harder to protect my home turf, which is d.c. >> coming up in december. to the diamond now and game one of the national heying championship series. >> the brewers at home against the cardinals. the brew crew trailing 5-4. prince fielder launches one to left field for a two-run home run that gave milwaukee the lead for good. game two is tonight in milwaukee. the american league championship series resumes this afternoon on fox. game two between the tigers and the rangers. coverage starts at 4:00 p.m. first pitch at 4:19. players and owners still don't have a deal in the nba lockout. they are scheduled to meet again today. commissioner david stern has set today as the deadline for a new deal to be reached before the first two week of the rowing season will be canceled. to the gridiron now. the raiders win one for late owner al davis who passed over the weekend.
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former red skin jason campbell under center throwing and 18- yard touch downpass for the game winner. raiders take down the texans 25- 20. the team's long time owner passed way over the weekend at the age of 82. a tough day for the skins division rivals. the eagles were looking to end a three-game skid. michael vick threw a career high four interceptions. was turned back if a touchdown. philly loses in buffalo 31- 246789 they are now 1-4 for the season. the idea might seem greenious to some, questionable to others. we'll let you decide. >> justin forc he want tte has introduceed a new product that replaces showers when you are crunched for time. aaron levine has details. >> reporter: if you've never heard the term shower pill before, you are not alone. >> i'm taking a shower pill today. that means they're skipping the shower right now and taking one late engineer we joke about the shower pill all the time about guys that don't take showers.
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