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up right now. >> keslowski and austin dillon have come to pit road. unchained melody right here. >> now paul wolf told gerry kelly the car chief to add about five inches of tape to the nose. they're going to add fuel to the 2 car. also keslowski told them to take a look at the damage possibly the splitter area. he thought also he might have gotten a little bit -- you see them trying to push that hood down. they're going to have to try to seal that off with big bear bond. you can see them going to work right there. also an update on the 11 of denny hamlin. mike wheeler told him as soon as the caution came out, save, save, save, save, save. they feel they've got one shot here in overtime. >> man. >> mike wheeler. he's got to be chewing his fingernails off. >> you can save all you want but the bank's not paying a lot of interest. >> no, but i believe the number of cautions we've had, even with the overtime, i still believe they're in pretty good shape. but how about
the first race of 2016, we'll have an overtime. >> that's right. >> we're going to check out this new procedure that we have, that nascar's implemented with the nascar overtime. i would say that, yeah, he can handle maybe one overtime. i'm not -- i don't know if he can handle a lot of overtime. >> i think we're pretty optimistic we're going to have any cars left to do overtime. >> let's check with vince. >> jeff gordon described it as bumper cars, kyle. what'd you see out there? not much lace for you to go. >> no, i seen the 19 and the 2 really fighting for a spot. for my vantage point that's all i could see. i could tell we were going to wreck. i tried to check up a little bit. then it's on from behind me. but nothing else you can do from there, i guess vr it's funny when the guys behind you get through the wreck and they're able to go on the rest of the way. i hated for our m&m camry -- still pushing to 13, working really good together. i was going to push him to see if i couldn't get farther, give ourselves a chance to win. hopefully benefit r
can do it. >> thanks, kyle. >> thanks, tell mates denny hamlin and and matt kenseth running first and fourth. >> wow, a lot of damage there. >> wow. >> carl edwards who moments before was in a position to challenge for the win. >> last year in this race, half the field ended up wrecked in the garage. and we were hoping not to have a repeat of that tonight. however, that's pretty much where we are. >> well -- >> i'm not going to say anything about the attrition rate anymore. like you said, business picked up. >> you just become so aggressive and you can't let out the throttle. you've got to stay on the gas. if that means pump along guy, trying to push him forward so you can go forward, sometimes it pays off. when it doesn't, hello! >> down the straightaway, that's kind of been a staple of daytona ra
>> and tonight. >> it has been and you can do it, you've just got to be careful, make sure you're squared up on that bumper. if they start to weave back and forth you've got to get off of that bumper of the person in front of you. we may have been hopeful but the reality is, i'm not surprised. i expected this to happen in this race. >> i did too. >> let's join matt with denny hamlin's crew chief. >> anner jeer for much of kenny hamlin's success at daytona, the rookie crew chief mike wheeler, my crew chief thinks you're about good to go on fuel. what do you think looking at your calculations? >> i hope larry mack's right. i think we can do this one. if we get extra time here, might come up short. which kind of stinks. he's running good, we're happy to be here. >> describe the excitement and the nerves. your first time especially in a situation like this. >> so far, so good. not too bad. luckily it's a nonpoints race and you can have fun. hopefully
victory lane. >> good luck. >> thank you. >> here's vince. >> a little bit frustrated, would elshow you the replay with carl edwards. what'd you feel like happened there? >> well -- brad's still not going to let me in, i learned that. no, i'm kidding. from the replay i saw, looked like that's pretty much my fault. i stuck it in this here, high-risk maneuver. i thought, okay. we've got a shot. i knew i had to get in front of brad. he got a little bit more of a run i thought. i could feel him. i shouldn't have come up that far, that's my fault. we came down here to win this race. had a lot of fun, learned a bunch. sorry to the guy whose car i tore up. like to end them something. man. just having fun. i don't know. that's the kind of race it is. i wouldn't feel right if i didn't try to get up there. i just went too far. >> understand that. thanks, carl. >> fun while it lasted. carl edwards. now tomorrow w
front row for the daytona 500 on fox. >> tomorrow on fox, daytona 500 qualifying. catch the sport's biggest stars as we set the starting lineup for thursday. and determine the front row for next sunday's running of the daytona 500. it all starts tomorrow, 1:00 eastern, 10:00 a.m. pacific, only on fox. >> you'll see all of tonight's drivers and nearly 20 more hopeful of earning one of the 40 starting positions in the 500. >> mike, overtime. >> we're going to overtime. >> overtime! >> nascar style! >> yeah, baby. >> all right, here here's newt rule. they'll wave the green flag at start/finish as usual. and if it is a clean restart and the leader makes it around to the overtimeline on the back straightaway without the caution flag waving, then the next flag, yellow or
the race. if the leader doesn't get to the overtime line before the caution waves the line will back up and do it again. again flag in overtime. denny hamlin, joey logano, and the rest of the field. >> look how organize the outside lane is. a little bit better. see if that pays off for the 22 and the 20. >> larson fell way back down. shifted gears, i don't know if he didn't -- just lost a little momentum, i guess. >> if he goes on the outside, this thing's over for him. but he didn't. ended up going back to the inside. here they come on the outside three wide. >> there's the overtime line. >> we made it to the line. >> can we make it to three more? >> can we make it back around? >> 42 going to the top of the 20. 42 first to recover. >> the 22 and 11 being side by side it's anybody's race to the line. we could have a photo finish here. >> white flag this time. hamlin back to the front. >> one thing i bet you hamlin
yellow line when he comes down here for the win. >> wow. whoa! >> whoa. >> no -- >> all at the back. >> we may make to it the checkered flag. >> leaders on the back straightaway. coming hard. caution waves. it's over. >> caution, hell yeah! >> 25 cars start. eight cars finish. >> denny hamlin must still make it around to the checkered flag under reduced speed. and he will be the sprint unlimited winner for the third time in 11 tries. >> what a great game -- >> hamlin, checkered flag, wins the sprint unlimited over logano -- >> great job, great job. >> well, well done, man. 21 caution laps made it happen.
>> he's feeling good right now. new crew chief. >> what a way to start off. >> three unlimited wins for hamlin. second most in the history of the sprint unlimited. as coach joe gibbs leads the team prayer. it's hamlin's sixth win at daytona. and his fifth in speed weeks. it will be the eighth time coach gibbs goes to victory lane in the unlimited. here's the hey medical on the last lap. >> looked like hamlin put a big block on the 27 car. the 20 gets in there behind menard. and then as they got into turn one, looked like they just ran out of room between the 20 and the 1. he was side by side with the 2. then kind of the 78 in that as well. >> woo. one wreck right after another, it's amazing. >> it happens when the 11
behind him, stalled them out a little bit. the 1 car had momentum coming to the center. he saw an opening there. and then the closing laps of these races as i mentioned before, you don't check up. you don't lift. you can't if you're going to win the race. and it's really all about winning. stay in the gap even if that gap closes right in front of produce. >> yeah, you can't drive your car and the other guy's. when the other buy has trouble you're going to hit him and that's going to cause more trouble. it's just -- causes a big, big mess. >> gosh. the car in the garage area for heaven's sake. >> the car that won the race is torn up. whole right side caved in. >> see how much fuel he has here to do his burnout. >> oh, he got -- >> joe gibbs racing has won the unlimited four of the last five years. >> he was very kind to the beautiful grass. >> he got the memo on the grass. you tear up the grass, you're going to pay for it.
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i'm so happy for mike wheeler. to start 1 for 1 with a good win at daytona. thank our partners. this win first of all couldn't be possible without my teammates. you know, matt sacrificed so much, pushing me at the right time. carl at the end as well. total team effort. just like cale's championship. we win as one. this is a joe gibbs racing win. thank toyota, fed ex. toyota for their commitment to this daytona rising. sprint, coke. the jordan brand, the greenbrier. short clips and the fans. it's great to open up with a win. >> the spotter that told you? or you sensed the 27 of menard? >> well, i mean -- i knew -- i when had in my mind what he was going to do. when the cars are closing that fast, you've got to -- you almost have to anticipate where they're going to go or else you're going to get wrecked. so luckily it worked out for us. you know, this is a leader-driven race as we've seen. and luckily we
bring it home. >> good luck. looking for his first daytona 500 next weekend. he was second two years ago. jamie? >> joey logano, for a minute i thought it was going to be a photo finish between you and denny. you send up second. looking back is there anything you would have or could have done differently on the last lap? >> i'd have to watch the replay. i saw the 27, looked like he was going to try to put it three wide, which is a good move on his part. i had to block that. then i saw the 42 with a big run. i went to get that push. and then i just seen kyle get really loose behind me. then there was a lot of the smoke. at that point you lost all your help. the replay, i missed it. overall i'm so proud what was that team's done. shows we're picking up where we left off with the shell pennzoil 14. looking forward to get to the 500. >> defending daytona 500 winner, says he has a shot at the pole tomorrow, guys. >> thanks jamie. back to mike and jeff. there are only four of the 25 cars, mike, not involved in a crash
>> only two without significant damage, logano and larson. 25 started and two can drive and say we're good to go, wow. >> yeah, i thought it was -- this race had it all like we thought. a saturday night special. you saw everything. a lot of crashes, and we saw an overtime. we didn't know why they would do this? now we know why. >> folks a the home, that was no a individual grow came, that was real life, real cars and drivers sliding all over the place, a wild way to get 2016 started. >> wild is the word. wild and great start for speed weeks for denny hamlin. >> and hamlin, he had the surgery on his right knee in the offseason. the wreck early, was involved, you saw the tape on lap 13. he leads the most laps with his new crew chief. the third different crew chief in the last three years. mike wheeler was always with the team. he says this is the last crew chief i'll ever have. after this start, i think they're at a pretty good connection here. >> denny loves wheeler. wheels they call him. they've got a great relationship, they complete each other's sentences. i talked to denny, he said i
haven't raced since november, how my going to do? looks like he did pretty good. that move to block the big run paul menard had was amazing. >> this is the setup or a sampling of the daytona 500, tomorrow we'll set the front row. denny hamlin, age 35, hasn't won a daytona 500 what do you expect from him and some of the others trying to get that position for the running of the great american race? >> you look at the crew chief/driver combination. jimmie johnson, chad knauss, the magic they had. dave rogers, kyle busch. those rips get you over that next -- to the next level. i think that's what can exactly happen with mike wheeler and denny hamlin. they will be a solid team all season long. >> as they continue to celebrate here at the start of the 2016 nascar fox season, tonight on fox, late local news, animation, domination, high definition after that. tomorrow, 1:00 eastern, from daytona, we'll be here for a couple hours. michael waltrip will hop in the
to be in the dual races thursday which you'll see on fs 1. for michael waltrip, chris meyers, welcoming jeff gordon to the nascar fox broadcast team, denny hamlin the fed ex toyota winner, thanks for being a part of nascar on fox. >> sending the boys and girls off. >> boogity boogity boogity! let's go racing, boys! >> oh! >> hard in the wall. >> hamlin. checkered flag. wins the sprint unlimited.
hunting trip. tonight legal scholars and elected leaders are remembering the conservative justice that am say was a brilliant juries that left a legacy on the high court and the country. fox's bryan llenas has more. >>reporter: supreme court justice ask askly a has been has found dead. he was appointed by president ronald reagan. the 79 year old was a guest at the greek ranch near marko, texas. he arrived at the ranch and attended a party the. when he didn't show up for breakfast, a person who worked for the ranch went to his roomis and found his body. there is no evidence of found o foul play. this does throw the balance of the court in to play. president obama is likely to appoint someone far more label than askly a. a
abortion law. askly a was the father of nine children. he was the longest serving s member of the court. he was so well liked on theik court thated the person was his closest friend was the person he disagreed with the most. and that's justice route paider ginsberg. it was she with whom justice and mrs. scalia investigationed and socialized with any other member of the court. that will give you an indication of how charming and loveable he could be even to those he profoundly disagreed with him. he was born in trenton. in 1936. he was a lawyer in high temperature 60s and then eventually worked in the nixon administration.ad no word yet on who is president obama's short list to replace scalia on the nation's highest court. speaking about that just about an hour a
spoke to the nation about justice scalia's death. influenceed. he will no doubt be remembered as one of the most quench judges thinkers to serve on the supreme court. he dedicated his life to the cornerstone of our demsy. the president went onto say he will carry out his presidentre responsibility and nominate a successor. many respondents are speaking out that they say that should be made for a president by a president who will won't be in office for nearly a year.r. he made a statement i am sad end to report that our colleague, justice anton scalia he was an extraordinary individual, admired and
colleagues. his passing is a great loss too his court and the country he so loyally served. we condole his deepest condolences to his wife maureen and our country. > alexandra limon joins us life from the supreme court with more. i understand that some people came out to pay their respects and even held a vigil. >>reporter: that's right. justice scalia was known for being a conservative and devout catholic. after 29 years he has died. here outside the supreme court the flags are howard to half t staff and earlier tonight a small group did gather here. the group included members of the church on the hill and also a personal friend of justice scalia. they gathered in front of the
bitter cold in his honor. justice scalia was part of the five to four conservatory of the nation's court.na just hours after his death, lawmakers and both sides of the court are already debating who should replace him and when thah should happen.n. the group that gathered herered tonight said that is part of the reason they wanted to come out o here and pray so our country is guided in the right direction and of course they were also here to pray for justice scalia and his family. he was one of the most interesting, warm, obviously intelligent, but even humerus people i've known in my life. we'll all miss terribly.l the country, i think will miss him. not everybody liked him or liked his decisions, but he made a unique contribution to thehe history and legacy of this nation. > we felt it was critical to am come out here for a number of
reasons.ason first, to pray for his family, his loved ones, the staff at the court who are obviously stunned and saddened by this event. and then to clearly pray. this impacts everything in terms of the supreme court. let's be candid, all the major decisions over the past two t years were five to four decisions. and now with justice scalia gone how will those pan out? some of the major cases on the supreme court docket in the next few months include cases dealingng with issues like immigration and abortion and if a new justice isn't nominated and confirmed this year that could risk a dead lock in some of those major cases. reporting life in downtown d.c., alexandra limon, fox5 local news. > joining us now to talk more about scalia's life and legacy is american university steve.ve. you had several interactions with the former justice who has passed
tell us a little bit about the man we're hearing so much about, his decisions. tell us about the man. >>reporter: i was honored to know him for about 34 years, very engaging, warm, charming, funny. he had a very serve big it witht that was sort of consistent witi the way his descending opinions were written, but, you know, a very kind man, very devoted to his family. a tragedy there, nine children. i think three dozen grandchildren. you know, very much a family man. > we have some sound bite actually where several years ago, justice scala was some fox news sunday speaking with chris wallace and they spoke about a possible replacement for him. take a listen. i mean, does it go through yourt mind, if i retire i'd like to see since you talk about republicans appointing one kindn ofg justice and democrats anothr a, that you would want somebody who would
>> of course, i would not like u to be replaced by someone who immediately sets about undoingni everything that i've tried to do for 25 years, 26 years. sure. i mean i shouldn't have to tell you that. unless you think i'm a fool. > i don't think he has to tellt anybody that. in fact, that keys up the big fight that is coming, don't you think. >> i think there's a huge fight. i've thought about it in termses of the perfect storm.ct this is really a political brew haha that we haven't seen in a long time.long there is no one that i could imagine that president obama could nominate that wouldn't tod one degree or another make the court more liberal than with scalia. as the republicans are just not going to let that happen.pen. there is no reason in their minds why they should give up u the opportunity to replace scalia in the
is it unheard of to wait? we have just about a year. is it unheard of for the senate to hold up a nomination likeatio this. >> it would be one of the longest delays ever. you have to think about the tole that it takes on the court, the 4-4 ties.es. it means that cases get decided, but they don't get decided with the same full blown opinions and temperatures.mper it leaves a lot of things unsettled in people's minds. if there is a 4-4 tie will you explain what currently happens c now that he isur gone. >> a 4-4 ties leaves in place the lower court decision.ion. it's the court affirming the last decision. > one easy quick example, the court is deciding the constitutionality of texas' affirmative in higher education. the court was almost certainlyly going to strike down the texases plan by a 5 to 4 vote.o 4 now it's
up hold the plan by a 4 to 4 tie. >> so this could really impact a lot of cases. > dramatic and quick. >> yeah, and it sounds like the president said he's certainly going to nominate one and calling it the constitutional duty of the senate to vote. looking ahead you think it won't happen? >> everybody is already sounding off this evening.. every republican leader and presidential canted date has can already said more or less over their dead bodies practically. > as we leave, can you give us -- you talk about his humor. can you talk about something that you'll remember about him when it comes to his humor and a his it with? >> well, an insight that i just thought was remarkable. you know, he wrote with this dramatic, certify big muscle already voice that was extremely unique. i had a chance to take mye students to meet with him about a
court. we asked him whether all of those lines that people attribute to him because they're so strong and classic, does he write them all himself or do the law clerks. > i've always wondered that. t >> to my surprise, both he answered it so candidly and that the answer was his law clerks had gotten so good at imitatingi his style that he had now forgotten which of the lines were his and which belonged to the law clerks. > honest, candid. >> that's what you keep hearingg from everybody about i am h. the law clerks admire the style and believing that theyad wanted to be true to it, too, was also fascinating. > talk so much for joining us. >> steve bow meal, americanow m university law professor.or. we reel aappreciate it.iate > we want to leave you with a look with some of the reactionhe on social media to the debt did of justice
welcome back. our other big story tonight, wer don't have to telly you, it is cold out there and it's only going to get colder overnight. let's check in with gwen.n. gwen, i went to dinner tonight and i froze running from the t parking lot to the door. it is some kind of cold out there. you say it's going to get colder? >> it is going to get colder,r, matt, tonight and for the first part of sunday. we've got gusty winds from the north, northwest. we've got wind chills to talk about and those temperaturesratu plunging. in fact, our highs today were only into the 20s and we were actually some 20-degrees or so s blow the seasonal average.
no way were we there at all. let's take a look at the temperatures right now. we are 16-degrees right now at d.c., the same at yap last and a at manassas. we've got 14 at dulles, only 11-degrees at hagerstown, 12 at martinsburg and 12 at cumberland. it is definitely cold. here are the wind chills because those winds are gusty moving inn from the north, northwest of up to 30 miles an hour or mow. right now it actually feels like it's blow zero in some of our neighborhoods, single digits elsewhere. look at this, baltimore is zero, one at d.c., 3 at manassas. so this is very dangerous cold weather. lowe's overnight tonight areight also going to be in the singleil digits pretty much every whereas well.. we've already seen some of those as i showed you on our map. you can see that that artic cold air mass has really settled intd and making itself right at on. r we have a wind chill advisory in effect until sunday morning.
is the first part of sunday than is going to be the coldestst period of time that you're going to have to deal with. it doesn't mean that we're not going to have wind chills for the rest of the forecast intot monday because we will. winds gusting up to 40 miles an hours, wind chills anywhere from maybe us 10 to minus 206789 the minus 20 is forth hiree elevations over the mountains, potomac highlands, alleghany front. but still very, very cold 678969 here's the storm system keeping a close eye on this and i'll give you an update later on onn what we can expect, we're talking snow, rain, freezing rain and reign. a back to you. > yikes. thank you, gwen. an important reminder that p if you see someone outside in neede of help, please let local officials know. in the district can you can call the hyperthermia hotline at 1-800-535-7252.800- we want to remind you can track the weather 24/7 with your mobile device. dev all you have to do i
the fox5 apps. search d.c. news and d.c. weather in your app store and a remember they are all free. > we are following two major developments in the child porn investigation in prince george's county. prince george's county police say the number of victims now s now stands at 16. investigators say one of the children was victimized at the zion praise tabernacle light ran church in buy i.y i the church is one of locations where the suspect, 22 year old deonte carraway allegedly carried out his crimes. detectives are still piecingng together their investigation anv are asking the public for anyc help that is available. > police in prince george's county have launched a homicide investigation after a body wasd found in a car. the victim who has only been identified at this time as an adult male was found during a welfare check this afternoon in the 9,000 block of armstrong lane numberer marlboro. mar
two-alarm fire in princearm george's county. the fire broke out at a home alongtailor road in riverdale. there are no reported injuries and all occupants have been accounted for.d no word at this time what may w have caused the fire. > funeral services were helds e today for a woman and her two year old daughter, 26 year old in a shanty davis and her daughter low ' were shot outside their home earlier this month. the child's father admitted to the orders.the back in december he had beenber ordered by the court to pay $600 a month in child perform he ishi now beinldg held without bond. and now to montgomery county cou where police are looking for a man who robbed two banks this morning. the first robbery happened shortly after 9 on old georgetown road in bethesda. police say the suspect had a plastic bag on his face. they say he got some cash and a then walked right out of thehe bank. about half an hour later police say that same man held up a bank
on montgomery in questions instance ton. the man had a gun, cashed thed cash and walked out. > fortunately no one was hurtt in either case. > thousands gathered in mexico trying to catch a glimpse ofse o pope francis.is. we'll tell you what the wholly father had to say during his visit. it's about time the taco...came out of its shell. unleash the power of dough. give it a pop.
back now with more on the raise formo president:the republican presidential candidates are facing off tonight in yet another debate.an this one taking place in south carolina. voters in that state will go to th ge polls in just two weeks. meantime the democratic presidential candidates spent the day campaigning in nevada. we get the latest from fox's's john roberts. wagering ever the american public is as sick of her e-mails as bernie sanders says he was. bernie sanders is campaigning in that state. of these e-mails more than 80 of the electronic communications from cnt
deemed classified. most of them at the lowest levet of sensitivity. none of the e-mails are top secret. the state department plans to finish releasing the rest of clinton's e-mails on february 29. just one day before the important super tuesday primaries. bernie sanders is also getting down to business in nevada withw an event in reno. > now we're in the huddle. h this is another space that people come to a variety of reasons, you know, bernie you're not going to be able to win here. well, it looks like we may have to rewrite that form in this state as well. we > most of the republican candidates left standing are left cramming for tonight's debate. special attention will be focused on senator mark rube owm to see if hear can come back frm his seemingly recorded answers from the last show down. d while rube ohio is promising to varying his awe
runner donald trump is promising to clean up his act, or at least his language.angu the colorful donald says he will refrain from using off-color remarks.mark >> i won't use foul language. > they're all saying do it, do it. >> no. donald trump the man who could potentially be tweeter in chief, say s he may sue ted crews over whether cruz is legally able to assume the presidency. that's because he was born in canada to an american mother. mt general burb says he is spending the final hours before tonight's show down hanging out with his four grandchildren. > coming up on fox5 news at 11a we will have a wrapup of tonight's republican debates. of course it started off withff everybody talking about the death of justice scalia and how the candidates would like to see a delay on whoever is going to repl
that's going to be a major factor, don't you think, in the presidential raise, along with, the the economy and terrorism. it's going to be right there.re. >> front and center. > thousands of people turnedope out in mexico city to catch a glimpse of pope francis. the pontiff was on a five-day visit. earlier he met with the bishops. he told them to combat more to stop the drug trades. popular guy there. every where he goes.s. people are excited.. > for hur. coming up much more on justice scalia. after the break we'll take another look back at the life of the 79 year old supreme court justice.
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onscalia. the 79 year old was the longestt serving justice on the supreme court. fox's christine fisher has more on his life. >>reporter: the longest serving justice on the united stateshe supreme court has died. reports this afternoon stated that justice anton scalia has died in north texas. a statement read in part our colleague has passed away. he was an extraordinarydina individual and jurists admired and treasured by his column lesion. is passing is a great loss to his court and to the country hey so cordially served. we extend our condolences who his wife and his country. he was first appointed to theo supreme court by ronald reagan. scalia was the first italian american justice to sit on the court. a conservative and a lifelong catholic. one can be sophisticated and believe in god. heck, a first mover is at
is as easy to believe as a big bang triggered by nothing. one can even believe sophisticated and believe in god, one can even be sophisticated and believe in jesus christ and as having beenb in some sense a son of god. are we not all a child of the creator and has in some sensitory up offed after death.. the former law professor and justice department official was a father of nine children. he worked in both the nixon and ford administrations. a during his time on the bench he was known for his brilliant mind, sharp tongue and clearly written rulings. he was a strong opponent on abortion. he was a strong advocate of o federal list am and separationat of powers. justice scalia was 79 years old. > nine children, a whole bunch of grandchildren so our thouts
going out to the family tonight as well.ell. > for sure. >> business, our thoughts are o also on the people that areur working out in the cold tonight. i saw my male man and i thought, you have a bad job today. >> he had his hood up. it's very rough out there. it's going to get worst. i want to tell you that we are talking dangerous cold weatherol out here with the wind chills. dress in layers, that's always the key if you have to go outside. if you don't have to go outside, just stay in. you know, it's just not great weather to be out there in. things like frostbite, hyperthermia they are all realities at this time of year when we do gets conditions likei this. let's take a look at the current temperatures.temp 16-degrees in d.c. this hour.ou look at gaithersburg, only 10-degrees. 11 at hagerstown, 13 at dulles, 14 in baltimore. a pretty good indication.ndic our highs today only in the 20 t #-s. we should be in the 40s. some 20-degrees blow the seasonal average.as
the forecast for tonight and tomorrow.tomo currently the winds gusting from 17 to 25 miles an hour, 26 even. winds are expected to be even stronger. and as a result of that we'ree going to see some prettyy significant wind chills going ahead. what it feels like right now if you step outside, wind chill factors look at the single digits and we've got minuses ons here as well, look at this, zero minus one degrees, minus 7, excuse me. four degrees, 3-degrees. it is really bitterly cold out there. as we take a look ahead with tht wind chills here's what you can anticipate tomorrow morning at 8, maybe morning services or something, look at what it's going to feel like outside, only 0 in the nation's capital, minus 2 at dulles, minus 2 at martinsburg. and then at 2 in the afternoon a it improves into the teens andes into the 20s, but it's still really cold, once the sun setsun it goes downhill all over againe if you're heading out for valentine's dinner, look at this, it's going
like 10 to 13-degrees. not getting any better. we do have a wind chill advisorr currently in effect for the area as well. ridge of high pressure h, artica high in control bringing all that artic air right in place. lots of sunshine tomorrow, but b don't be fooled by it because i'm telling you right now again the gusty winds and those temperatures and the wind chills it's going to be just really bitter cold. tonight your overnight lowe's are expected to be in the single digits pretty much every where and here's the area for the wind chill advisory with the winds gusting up to 40 miles an hours, coldest period of time overnight tonight into your sunday morniny and that's when this is in effect until. wind chills are going to feel like it's minus 20 -- minus 10 to minus 20 wind chill valleys i want to same the coldest over the mountains, potomac highlands. the storm system, yes. we've progressed from tonight, sunday into monday, tuesday. low pressure system that's going toev
this system is going to be our next weather maker. what are we going to get? we have a chance of getting snow, freezing rain. we have a chance of getting somg sleet and some rain from the period of monday to tuesday. the timing of all of that is going to be questionable and it all depends on the temperature. it also depends on the track ofk that system. if that system goes more to the west we are going to talk more of a wintry mix rain situation. if it goes more towards the east we're going to see a about it more snow at the beginning. the question is how long will it be before this cold air moves out and we start to ' the changeover from the snow to thee wintry mix and then to the rain that's the determining factor. winter storm watch in effect from sunday night until tuesday. right now here's what it looks like. light snow overnight sunday into monday. snow to mix, icing a concern as we get into monday afternoon ana then mix to heavy rain late monday into tuesday t. but if that cold air is still in place on tuesday, we still haveh the chance of seeing some icy spots. the temperatures will determine what we
it. so this is a big issue and we'll keep an eye on that for you. here's a look at your fox5 -- those are the models i was going to show you, you, but i'll tell you right now that the models m are showing pretty much in agreement anywhere about one too three for the d.c. corridor. we'll pin that down a little bit better tomorrow for you. in the meantime, our accuweather seven day forecast things arestt going to be brighter and warmerr once we get past hump day. d >> next weekend is looking pretty good. 56. > compared to where we are today. for tomorrow you have to cuddle up with your loved one. hashtag cuddle with your loved one. the early snow squall we saw was enough to coat the roads makingn things difficult for delivery guys across the area. fox5's meaghan dice tagged along.ong. the workshop here rivalry santas today for the busiest day of
deliveries all with the weather working against them as they were feverly working inside. it's going to kill us in the t beginning of the day because we can't send the drivers out right now because the roads are way too slick. we're going to lose two hours of delivery time. that's going to be 75 to 100 delivers. nobody wants their flowers late. this shop has their work cut out for hem.fo i'm going to drive slow and steady.st i'll make my delivers nice and safe. that's all that matters. this floral delivery shop trying to survive, but how do you keep the flowers alive. ali >> keep it out of a heat vent. second, you want to change the water daily. in a bacteria free area,. recut the stems. > meaghan