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mccarthy fox 5 local news. >> right now at 11, zoo soggy july 4th celebration. the rain didn't keep crowds away from the capital. will the wet weather continue into tuesday? >> jet ready for another round of service changes other than metro how your chute will be impacted. >> a local teen injured by an explosive in new york central park the latest on his condition and what investigator arezation about the blast of the fox 5 news at 11 starts now. >> thanks for joining us happy fourth offer july i'm sarah simmons. >> jim lokay. if you look outside you saw, at least heard the fireworks lighting up dc capping off the annual independence day celebration. crowds needed rain g
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>> let's get to caitlyn roth. how much longer is this weather sticking a runed. i think we'll see more rain overnight. the total bum mer even though we got the fireworks off. it wasn't raining or thunderstormsing during the events it was so hazy kind of tough to describe the fireworks. the whether was tough all day. let's get straight to radar. in fact if you are up in montgomery heavy looking shower right over you this minuted. district is clear if you go up 270 around germantown, very heavy rain. further north got rain up towards da mass can you say further past the 70 split elder burg,. also back towards our west along the mountains they've had showers and thunderstorms. not out of the question to see a thunderstorms through overnight hours. teer
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day and evening. one of the coolest july 4th on record in the 70s. 74 right now. actually our daytime high. fox future cast a little over, you get the idea that sweeps through during overnight hours. there may be study downpours that could last into the early morning hours. by the time you get to commute i think drizzle light showers around. pop up showers and thunderstorms are possible. yet again tomorrow thanks to some heat and humidity which will create a lot of instable. forecast for tuesday if if you head back to work. 75 shower to start you off. sunday breaks out. hod and humid we hit 90 degrees by late in the afternoon that signals the beginning of a pretty significant heat wave with every day that's following the rest of his week well into the '90s. we'll show you that any relief in placements for now get the air conditioners in working order. we haven't had to use them tooth m you will i'll let you know coming up i
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even with rain people were determined to see the capital fourth celebration. >> lindsay watts is live that were concerns all day that the show was going to be couldn't canceled. thankfully it was not? >> reporter: right sarah a big question mark all day long. you can see the sky still gray tonight. it was like this all day long. and it was raining on and off for hours and hours. luckily that did not stop a fabulous firework show. there were gaps in the rain one came just in time for the fireworks to go on as planned. take a look. so happy to see this for the sake of all the people who waited on the gnarl mall tomorrow as you might expect crowds were smaller than usual plenty of folks willing to brave the rain. there was a line of people waiting to get in
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opened at 10:00 this morning. that means those people were out here for about 12 years. there aren't too many spots to take cover it was pouring at some . this afternoon. i think the you know certainty about whether or not the show would go on made for extra excitement when the sparks finally started flying. >> i thought it was going to stay raining but it didn't. >> it's a very long day with the roads closed we obviously don't know our way around her we had to park far away, joaquin walk, we took the bike for a while, and sat out here. >> reporter: do you think the show was going to be poster pond earlier on. >> we kept checking our phones every 30 minutes or so and took shell for a while and just did cross our fingers and hoped to be out here luckily it was a success. >> being in the rain all this time actually worth it for this. >> it was a great show, if it was a little bit longer
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be better better than i expected. >> i didn't think they were going to dot fire oranges. >> obviously the fireworks didn't look like they were showing a lot with the clouds in the air it was over all good experience. >> reporter: there were some issues with visibility hey, at least we got too firework show. in terms of security, everything seemed to go on without a hitch. there was at least one small incident though we got video of this. we watched as park police started clearing people away from an area of the mall not too far from where we are. dozens of people told to get back. police put crime tape around porter a pot tease somebody reported that they saw something that looked suspicious in one of the bathrooms police investigated it turned out what that device wawa actual pal pedometer nothing rancorous at all. it lasted maybe 20 minutes. park police went out of their way to c
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reported this fell in line with see something say something mentality that was the right thing to do. over all, not a bad day out here certainly a very soggy weather people left very damp but happy at least they got what they came for. lindsay watts fox 5 local news. >> all right a. commuters head back to work they'll be greeted with a new round of service changes. the latest "safetrack" surge impact blue and yellow ryan riders. people taking metro to and from national air report. tisha lewis is at reagan national. >> reporter: impact will be widespread. the third phase starts tomorrow at national airport is taking no chances making sure message is out for travelers and commuters. on its home page this notice reminds travelers that starting tomorrow night at eig
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next monday metro rail line segment will be closed between reagan airport and brad tack station. it will opt from the airport to the north and there will be free, yes free metro subtle bus service from the airport south to the braddock station. it will likely increase congestion beyond normal on the airport's roadways and in its parking facilities. lines include yellow and blue metro line between reagan national airport and braddack road station. metro rail service will be provided from the airport and crystal city. the travelers we spoke with had plenty to say about the inconvenience. >> hopefully they get this situation resolved. this is supposed to be capital of the united states. >> it is going to put a strain on travel plans you got to plan accordingly to make sure that u
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inadequate amount of time that's what i would tell travelers who could be affected. >> i'm sure it will be very crowded possibly delayed. they have a great s. >> reporter: here's the good news national airport says there will be more ground transportation options. you can expect to see a long line of taxi and shuttle buses here outside the airport. they are urging folks to check out the website for some other parking options. they also want us to make sure we emphasize is that they are asking that non airport traffic avoid the airport area during this "safetrack" work. tisha lewis, fox 5 local news. >> college student from fairfax seriously hurt after a small explosion i think new york central park. police don't think it has to do with terrorism. they think it was a homemade firework and that connor golden and this frien
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do with it. he was on a rock and landed on it setting it off. >> we experimentaller there are people fascinated by this kind of thing it gross around the 4th of july for obvious reasons. i believe we have somebody that made this material. then wanted to test it. >> golden is he had surge to amputate his injured foot and is expected to be in the hospital for self more days. >> american student who went missing in italy has been found dead. solomons' body was found in the river. university of wisconsin student was about to begin a study abroad program. he went to you to a friends they last saw him around one in the morning. when he failed to show up for orientation on friday, his friends reported him missing. investigator are working to determine the cause of death. still to come
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>> president obama hits the campaign trail with hillary clinton for the first time. the president will appear with mrs. clinton in charlotte north carolina. he narrowly loss in 2012. mrs. clinton is getting access to all the donor and contact that helped president obama get elected twice. trump is almost ready to pick a running mate. he wants to pick before the convention. trump campaign has been looking closely as chris christie and newt beginning rich. he tweeted only people who are not interested in being the vp people are the people who have not been asked. no mother what side of the i'll, they are putting politics aside as they look to cash in.
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thousands of people are planning on going to conventions. >> reporter: i like to see lots of people in town. i think it will be good for the city. >> grand old partied is about to take cleveland by storm as republicans gear up for convention now less than a month away. host city cleveland, ohio. where everyone from state and local leaders to droves of small business owners have been preparing for quite some time. >> they built a convention center put billions of dollars of infrastructure into the city. >>are turning to the convention supplier guide resource featuring local businesses likely to be in demand. >> we have a lot of great venues. >> democrats will be gathering for their convention their city of choice philadelphia, where they have been working with
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they benefit from the people expected to flood the streets. >> 2000 vendor in you're database. >> convention committee works around the clock to prepare the city for what could be a major economic boost. into we're expecting 250 to 200 million dollars. >> whether or not the economic benefits will outweigh the cost of hosting conventions. >> i'm not concerned about losses. this will be a big deal: the real goal of the conventions to kick start the general elect. just a few short months, one of the candidates will be making his or her home right here at the white house. in washington joel balanced man, fox news. >> nasa watching ming. juno, mass says is expected
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tricky maneuver is needed if it doesn't work the batteries might die. juno spent nearly five years making that trip. remember the lightening strike that hit the state house, you can thank ben franklin. the governor says original ben franklin lightening rod did its job even though it is 208 years old. this is a photo, the lightening did not spark a fire. that's a beautiful old building too. >> that's pretty wild. >> ben franklin. >> oldest method is the best method. benjamin franklin one of our founding father. that is pretty we'll. that was a pretty stormy night last friday i believe. today not storms but persistent rain.
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this this time of year. at least we got the pier works. >> we did barely. >> if you didn't like this weather take a look foggy and hazy it will change and changing to very warm weather very quickly. let's start off with weather headlines you have here comes the heat. all we can really say as we are going to turn the page on the 4th of july one the coolest on record by the way. coolest was a high temperature of 68 degrees made it to 74 tomorrow yes, here's comes the heat first heat wave of the season will begin tomorrow. outside we still have showers to contend as low pressure movers by. looks like the steadier showers north and west of washington will stop the frame for you and zoom in here. this one very heavy rain made its way through gaithersburg, germantown. no lightening. got a lot of red in it. moving through brookville right now. this will stay s
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as it cross 95 over the next 20 minutes or so and then into sections of maryland probably southeast of baltimore. just a few showers and drizzle pretty damp. reagan national 74 day. 73 dulles, 75 at bwi marshall. remarkably cool. it has been humid. it will stay that way overnight unfortunately early tuesday. stuck sin the mid 70s. overnight watching showers move through right now. we could have heavier rain at times during the overnight. by 7 a.m. tomorrow probably going to look like we are right now cloudy, humid and hazy with drizzle and light showers temperatures in the 70s. sunshine starts to come out mid morning. we jump into the '80s very very quickly. in fact by the end of the day i think we are seeing 90 degrees here in washington. upper '80s elsewhere. and this heat not coming white-out
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hot and humid with a pop up thunderstorms possible late on tomorrow afternoon. severe weather in the dark green. really this is not looking widespread at all. best chance of any severe storms will be along the mountains. severe weather threat for tomorrow probably just heavy rain and also we could have damaging wind. tornado risk is low. flash flooding risk is low we could have downpours. hail risk moderate. same with wind risk marginal risk isolated storms expected tomorrow. bigger story heat until will park over, pumping in heat and humidity high temperatures in the '90s. heat index at a hundred or above. pop up thunderstorms because of all the heat and humidity. we have a cans just about every daylight forecast again for tonight scattered showers toying overnight hours 71 degrees. actually, i think we're at 74 now so
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the early morning hours. tomorrow morning head back to work maybe a shower, sunshine breaks outer afternoon warm and humid with isolated thunderstorms 90 degrees. seven day for carves hot and humid, into degrees, 94 thursday, 94 friday. and 95 on saturday. yikes. anyone working outside take a break as much water as possible. this is one of those week we get them every summer. it's tough to be outside it is not z as we go through the second half of the weekend 89 sunday 88 sunday. it will be hot enough for pool this weekends. back to you guys. >> thank you 11:00 a little too early for baseball nat kicked off independence day slate against the brew crew talk about teams going in opposite directions nat winners of seven of the last eight. bruce losers
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check out bryce harper, paying attention to at armed forces. they have special uniforms. he did not make many mistakes. but he did, proved to be costly. solo shot 477 someone gets a souvenir. allowingour hits surveillance rendering after one run. brew crew fans with goggles because -- no reason. ryan zimmerman bounce around the middle, knocks it down, traction it down, game over. nat get two hits. they are shut out one nothing. one of the last games of the day orioles fans, the birds had a good start today. no doubt about that. 19 year old julio rise, jay ajayi hardy, can't get there too
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runs, or re yells play three in the inning. right or yells up 5-4. durant today he's ed he will join golden state warriors. making him the highest paid player on the team. he has the player option for the second year of the crack. reacting on twitter that's crazy, kd and gsw are they going to score 200 points a game. we shall he see probably not. first pitch not today in houston. look at that. aside aerial flip before throwing the pitch. look at that again. that's awesome. not bad for 19 year old first woman to win three all around tiles. she will indeed compete next month opinion
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don't play baseball in olympics all she is has to worry about is -- no pitch involve with that. into smiled have paid cash money to see that one. you want to show off. right. >> still to come here at 11 stier stylish grandpa taking under net by storm. story behind the man dubbed mr. steal your grandma
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looking pretty nice there. jim got nothing to say. >> doesn't look 54. he's taking care of himself. you are just real uncomfortable. >> little bit. >> you won't be following him on instag ♪ ♪
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