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king one final push for the tar heel state. good morning, carolina, welcome on monday march 14, 64 degrees and 4:30. i'm barbara gibbs. john: swropb john. thank you for joining us. here is meteorologist don schwenneker in the first alert storm center. barbara: good morning to you both. starting off with dry conditions across the region. all the showers have shifted out of or area and we will start with a look at the day ahead. climbing. we are in the 60's, another warm day shaping up. by 2:00 mid 70's and some will touch 80. current numbers, 59 in roxboro, 62 chapel hill, 46 southern pines, 68 fayetteville. 62 oxford. looking at the day ahead. 64 and patchy fog and thick in
by lunchtime burned off and warm and humid. 72. this afternoon a shower and better chance of seeing strongest storms would be late evening into the overnight. we will talk about that and complete seven-day forecast in a bit. john: i-40 is back open after a massive pile-up. more than 100 cars were involved in the shutdown of part of the highway west of the triangle. investigators say around 5:45 sunday evening there were fine accidents in both directions from 153 to 147 in alamance county. 21 people were hurt. the cause is still under investigation but there were
the highway around 75 miles an hour. we will have more throughout the morning. barbara: the edgecombe county sheriff office is investigating a possible drowning. therm called -- they were called to shiloh landing. three men decided to go for a swim and one disappeared. john: fayetteville police releasing the name of the man arrested during a standoff sunday morning. it started around 1:30 we a homeowner called police to report a burglary. the suspect apparently fired a shot as he ran from the home and was tracked to a home on morganton road. police spent and hour coaxing him.
county jail charged with burglary, breaking and swerg and possession of a firemanarm. barbara: two people are in custody after an apparent attack on a police station in maryland. amber is following this. amber: authorities say police were going about their business on a sunday afternoon we a landover a suburb about 10 miles northeast of downtown washington, d.c. jacai colson a four-year veteran of the department only days shy of his 29th birthday was killed in the unprovoked attack. there's no word on a motive. >> this is an act of cowardice. a new low in executing defenders of this community. >> kay was important to his family and important to this community. we have another another without
amber: two suspects in custody one wounded in the attack. john: to vote 2016. north carolina voters head to the polls tomorrow and the presidential candidates are making a final pitch. gloria rodriguez has a preview. gloria: most of the presidential candidates visited the triangle last week and today the democratic hopefuls will continue campaigning in our state. both hillary clinton and bernie sanders appeared at a town hall in ohio last fight and today both will hold rallies in north carolina in charlotte. ted cruz was supposed to have an event in fayetteville but his
donald trump could be scheduled to appear in hickory. we heard that is possible. however, it is not set in stone. stay with us. in the next hour we will tell you about the latest on campaigning here in north carolina. live in raleigh. gloria rodriguez, abc 11 eyewitness news. barbara: republican frontrunner donald trump is saying he may pay the legal bills of the pan arrested for punching a protester it his rally at fayetteville. he said he struggled his people to explore the possibility of paying the deal support john
heid i tkpbtdidn't even win new hampshire. we've got everything you need to know before you go to the polls on election day. tuesday we are your source for election fight. we will have all the results as they come in here on abc. madness other than politics, let the padness -- madness begin. >> four north carolina teams will be dancing this year. the tar heels are the number one seed in the east and begin chose to home in raleigh. they will open on thursday against the winner of florida gulf coast and fairleigh dickinson. that is the play-in game. barbara: duke is the number four seed in the west starting on thursday in providence, rhode island, against u. tphfpltnc-wilmington.
our state is u.n.c. asheville. they start friday against villanova in full-court. john: it is on. an early wake-up call for wake county parents. barbara: what had days of heavy rain taking a serious toll. good morning, don. tkpwhrao don: all the showers have moved out and the rain is gone. we will talk about the sunshine
said it was really thick. temperatures across the region 5 south hill, 59 rocks, 60 durham. 61 raleigh. 61 cary. 62 sanford, 63 lillington. 68 in fayetteville. looking at the day ahead feel mostly cloudy few and 64, patchy fog. lunchtime 72 and mostly cloudy. humid throughout the day and that will bring a shower by this afternoon. 76 degrees. this evening is when we have the best chance of severe weather.
arkansas where people are bracing for the worst. a storm is bringing storm wind, heavy rain, snow and high wuf to california -- wuf -- surf to california. sunday was the fourth day of heavy rain. it is expected to taper off today with warm dry weather predicted. california is in its fifth year of a drought and though the rain and so help experts say it will take years of normal or above normal rainfall to right the deficit. barbara: this man douglas hicks is charged with stabbing a man at a raleigh nightclub saturday. it was made on northwest treat in the warehouse district. within pan man suffered injuries. a protest planned in durham today against a new police headquarters. the city council approved the plans last month.
begin later it year but toes attending the rally say the money should go toward jobs, healthcare, affordable housing and other commutes feeds feelicious parents taking one for the team starting lining up midnight last night to be the first ones to sign up their kids for before and after school paralysis. this is one where parents can sign up on first come first served basis. they typically fill up in the first few hours. barbara: developing story overseas. john: two page -- major
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don: barbara: a massive pile-up on i-40 is under investigation. that is one story making headlines this morning. more than 100 cars were involved in this pile-up in alamance county. 21 were taken to area hospitals with unanimous life-threatening injuries. there were no fatalities. it reopened around 11:00 last night. the presidential candidates making one final push for north carolina voters. hillary clinton and bernie sanders are both hosting events in the charlotte area today. donald trump also may make an appearance in hickory. that is not set in stone. ted cruz was supposed to be in fayetteville but canceled feel
don: it was hit-or-miss like yesterday there were strong storms. other folks didn't see rain. today i think it will be more of the same. today flooding not a factor. tornadoes storm. i think the best chance of severe weather this afternoon is from large hail and damaging winds winds. we will talk more about that. we will look at the 10 trends. over the next six days we are above normal but tomorrow, wednesday, around 80 then back in the 60's. live look at what is going on, downtown raleigh temperature is 64, dew point 62, 93% humidity. winds are calm. live look into durham and 63, a quarter inch of rain since
59 roxboro, 61 roanoke rapids, 62 chapel hill, 68 fayetteville. 65 goldsboro. satellite and radar composite shows the rain gone. we are done with rain across our area. in the wake it left fog. watch out for that. we will have showers. by lunchtime mostly cloudy, no rain. by 5:00 to 6:00 spotty showers around hit-or-miss by then. this evening here is the line out west. 9:00, 10:00, 11 that is where we could see stronger showers. until it gets through the storm prediction center has the area under marginal or slight risk of severe weather. big biggest threat is wind and hail. we see the front lifting north. we are in a warm sector today then we will be in another warm
big push of warm air from the south and near 80 tomorrow and stay there wednesday. wednesday low to mid 80's. today in raleigh more clouds and humidity. 63 at 9:00. by lunchtime 72. into the afternoon mostly cloudy and a couple of sourshowers. 80 in the raleigh area. around 80, mostly cloudy, 69 raleigh and cary, 80 fayetteville. 78 sanford, 80 goldsboro, 79 pinehurst. 77 henderson, 79 rocky mount and wilson. tonight back into the 50's for overnight lows. 57 raleigh and 59 fayetteville. evening thunderstorms, some could be severe. then they stop overnight where the moisture left patchy fog possible. first alert seven-day forecast powered by accuweather, tomorrow
a high of 80 for voting day. post of day rain free. weather won't be a factor. wednesday 82 and more sunshine and very warm. thursday 76 and showers working back in and cooling trend. friday 68, saturday 64 and sunday 62 degrees. this evening could be rough. john: 4:52. almost time to think with summer
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which in some cases can be a few hundred dollars. >> it can be from $80 to $400. amber: this one location you can drop off the application right next to n.c. state campus. the scholarships are provided by the city of oaks and raleigh and camps run at various times. >> there's an your camp for a paddle sport. amber: you have to provide household income and reference from a nonrelative like a teacher or coach. the child has to fill out a page but applicants don't have to be raleigh residents. they have to have an interest of going to a fighternature theme camp. thigh. they are being accepted until april 15. you can find all the tails --
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important info you need before you led to the polls. good morning, carolina, welcome on monday march 14, 5:00 and 64 degrees. i'm john clark. barbara: i'm barbara gibbs. we will have more on the big stories but first meteorologist don schwenneker in the first alert storm center. some people had a rocky night. don: lightning and thunder it some spots and others dry. now it is off to the coast and we are dry. we will check the day ahead. temperatures will climb starting in the 60's, the normal high is 63. we are a degree above the normal high already. we will see the 70's arriving by 11:00 a.m. and staying in the 70's in the afternoon. current numbers from across the region, 59 roxboro, 62 chapel hill, 64 goldsboro. looking at the day ahead. we are in the 60's and patchy fog. by lunchtime clouds and sunshine and 72. late day a shower around, 79