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air in in a hurry. 41 for martinsburg. we will drop to the 40s much of the day with a lot of sunshine. the winds will do it. we will have wind gusts as high as 40 miles per hour during the morning hours. now, with temperatures in the 40s, sunshine and breezy conditions with winds as high as 20, 25 sustained winds, it will feel into the 30s for much of the afternoon. we will talk about the chance for snow coming up in a bit. larry, over to you. >> allyson, thanks. around the beltway, we are doing well, off to a quiet start with no issues on the inner or outer loop. 395 and 295 doing well. so far so good. inbound on 50 no issues making it into town. southbound on the g.w. parkway free and clear of problems. in the maryland counties south of the beltway, good morning. no issues in brandy win, 210, 301 free and clear. a live look at
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virginia side into the springfield interchange, traffic kicking up on the northbound side as you work from newington into town. a smooth commute. weather and traffic on the 9s. back to the desk. jesse matthews is expected to plead guilty to the murders of two children. hannah graham was abducted and killed in 2014. morgan harrington was attending virginia tech when she disappeared during a trip to charlottesville in 2009. morgan's mother says this plea agreement brings her some relief. >> we have been trying to find justice for morgan for 6 1/2 years. this is a long time. this plea agreement will keep the community safe which has always been my paramount motivation. >> matthew is serving life in prison for sexually assaulting a woman in fairfax county in 2005. he is expected to be in the courtroom today. a prince george county father chargeth
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own little girl and her mother is due in court today. the suspect, darren boswell from forestville. police say he admitted to killing an elementary school teacher and their two-year old daughter chloe. they were shot in for the washington. detectives say he went to confront davis about child support. the court hearing will be at 8:45 this morning. law enforcement officers came to virginia to honor ashley guindon. the funeral was yesterday. she was gunned down on her first day at work. it happened when she answered a call of domestic violence. roger hamilton is charged with the shooting and the murder of his wife crystal hamilton. >> to see this happening on her first day is horrifically tragic. >> just about every law enforcement organization from our area was represented at the
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mcauliffe attended the service. there are tributes for crystal hamilton, the mom killed saturday night. a vigil was held for her last night. police say her husband ronald killed her after years of domestic abuse. police say hamilton's 11-year- old son was in the home when the shootings took place. he is staying with family and did not attend the vigil. pioneer of the internet is being remembered this morning. his name is james kimsey. he died at home. he was suffering from melanoma. he cofounded aol, the company known for you got mail. he was a washington native, 76. well, just in to the live desk, we have the final results from super tuesday now coming out of alaska. moments ago, ted cruz was declared the winner of that caucus. it doesn't change the
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states. ted cruz taking home three key victories, texas, oklahoma and alaska. marco rubio logged the first win in minnesota. on the democratic side vantage hillary clinton -- advantage hillary clinton. out of virginia specifically, a landslide victory for secretary clinton, a margin of 30 points. by the of a closer call on the republican side in the commonwealth. donald trump edging out marco rubio by less than 3% of the votes if you look here. trump 34.7% while rubio took 31.9 beers. as much as it looks like a two- man race between trump and rubio, numbers indicate it's a truman race between trump and cruz. rubio will try to get back in the game march 15th, the date of the florida primary. that's the latest from the live desk. you can get the full break down any time with the
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mobile app. in the district, the mayor says she can no longer support a proposed merger of pepco and especially see son -- epsilon. the commission said they would reconsider the merger under new terms but the mayor released a statement saying the new terms would not protect residents from rate increases. a judge will hear arguments in two weeks on a request to stop flint from charging people for water during the lead crisis. attorneys representing residents are seeking an injunction. they say flint is still sending bills despite supplying undrinkable water. corrosive water leeched lead from old plumbing. state lawmakers are sending $30 million to flint but it covers a portion of the water bills. ahead on wake-up washington, why a pair of stilettos landed one woman in trouble with the tsa in baltimore. >> a
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two-day chase is now in custody. >> it's 5:06. time for your weather wake-up call. we are looking at an okay day. six out of 9. not bad now. by the end of the day it will be different. we will explain what that means and the chance for snow in the forecast.
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it's what you do. ohhhhhh! do you have to do that right in my ear? welcome back. okay day. we were mentioning as you step outside today, not bad. later on today it won't be comfortable. you won't need the winter coat right now. i'm telling you what, you might want it later on today. temperatures falling fast. we are already into the 30s for the
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40s frederick and gaithersburg. wind gusts, 41 miles per hour. 41 miles per hour gusts in d.c. as we go through the day, attempts will feel in the -- temperatures will feel in the 30s. what a difference from the 60 degrees this morning, falling into the 40s with the windchills in the 30s. tonight they subside. it will be cold. we are talking about snow in the forecast for thursday night and into friday. i want to show you what that looks like. it's spotty, not a big deal. shouldn't impact the commute too much. maybe an inch for frederick up through hagerstown on elevated surfaces. we will get to spring-like temps on the seven day coming up. 5:09 is your time. light volume picking up on 95 and i-66. 95 on the virginia side northbound. 66 eastbound to the beltway. other than that we are moving on the beltway 50 as well as
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traffic cam southbound into town. you can see the traffic is still fairly light for the most part and certainly doing well. from a look at our maps, how it's shaping up on metro. everything is on schedule. 395 as well as 295 doing well. we are seeing volume on route 1 in alexandria. if you live in that area, take it easy. the roads are wet. no reports of accidents and/or incidents. weather and traffic back on the 9s, back to the desk. if you ride metro, changes are coming to how you pay for your ride and it starts this weekend. >> a new bill that would pay young people to stay out of trouble. more on that up next.
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welcome back to wake up washington. live look at the jefferson memorial. it will feel like march. when you go outside, you will feel the winds. it's damp, the kind of wind that cuts through you. bundle up as you head out. classes are resuming
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school district in southwest ohio two days after a 14-year- old boy allegedly shot two students in the school cafeteria. crisis counselors are expected to be on hand. the 14-year-old is in juvenile detention denying the charges at a court hearing yesterday, the two students shot are recovering. a crazy story out of bwi airport. a woman was stopped at a security checkpoint with a pair of gun shaped stiletto heels. they had the heels in the shape of handguns and in her carry-on luggage what looked like bullets and her bracelets were lined in foe bullets. definitely a fashion don't. >> especially as tsa is concerned. a man that lead police on a televised chase with their two sons and mother has been arrested in licaiaforn. deputies caught up with 35-year- old thomas oswano and took him into custody without incident. authorities were hunting for him after he lead them on
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the car. when the car's battery died, they stayed there for hours until they ran into police and he raced into the fog. disturbing developments in a child porn scandal growing in prince george county. another lawsuit has been filed in the case of a teacher's aide who is accused of sexually abusing children and filming sex acts between them. >> mikea turner is live outside the school in glenarden. the lawsuit claims the teacher was told about the abuse but told the student he was lying. mikea? >> reporter: that's right. this lawsuit points fingers at a teacher at the school, one who allegedly ignored claims made by one of dontea carraway's victims. >> a third lawsuit filed on behalf of a minor, john doe number 3. carraway, a teacher's
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student the school's principal needed to speak to him. that wasn't the case according to court documents. carraway took the 9-year-old allegedly to a dressing room behind a school auditorium where a boy was exposed with his pants down. the lawsuit says carraway told the victim to do the same. the fourth grader said no over and over again. the suit claims carraway threatened to call police which never happened. the student told the teacher about the alleged scary incident but the teacher did not believe the child. in the state of maryland, teachers are required to report any allegations of neglect or abuse even if there is no evidence. coming up, what carraway told students to get them to cooperate and get students like this victim out of class. th
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approved a crime prevention bill that would pay some teenagers and young adults for not committing crime. the near act calls for at risk youth and families to receive counseling and job training and stipends if they stay out of trouble. it requires police officers to work with social workers and psychologists to prevent poor children from returning to a life of crime. the core belief of the bill is that poverty, stress and mental health issues lead to crime. a similar program lead to reduced crime rates in richland, california. starting sunday, march 6th, fare gates will only except the plastic card. customers can transfer the paper fare balance to the smartrip card or you can go to any metro sales office to make the transition from paper to plastic through the end of june. we should get a better idea of what the new world war i memorial will look like. the winners of a de
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will discuss the vision this morning. they are joe weishar. after the news conference they will lead reporters on a walking site of the tour. robin williams has a tunnel named after him. it has rainbow arches and connects the golden gate bridge to marin county. the california state senate approved of the name change. williams grew up and lived in the bay area. morning from ork. >> a nice contribute. weather-wise we are looking at a fall-like -- not fall, spring-like forecast. >> when you get into march, it's typically our windy yeast month. air is aloft, warming temperatures. it's a mess. it's so windy. that will be the case today. we are looking at wind gusts 40 miles
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hold on to tur hats and girls don't try to curl the hair, it won't work. first alert live doppler, showers are pushing out of here. the morning commute will be rather dry but the roads are wet. when you have that water in the potholes, you may not be able to see them as well this morning. when you step outside this morning, mild. 40s, 50s, that's not too bad. it will be noticeably different this afternoon. it will feel into the 30s heading home from work, if not into the 20s. cold and with the windy conditions dropping temperatures all day long, just for the 30s this afternoon despite how mild it is right now. we are still tracking the snow for thursday into friday. not a big deal. we are talking a slushy wet snow. anything that accumulates should be on top of grassy surfaces and cars. spring returns next week, upper 60s. warm weather fans hold on th
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this afternoon. cold today, thursday and friday. that's it, though. a short break to winter then we will see a nice weekend in store. 45 today. 44 tomorrow. not as windy tomorrow and into friday. we are tracking the slushy wet snow, as you head into thursday night and rain for friday. we will dry out saturday, 4-9d degrees. a flake or two flying around on saturday night but we get into the 0s by next week. larry, over to you. >> thanks. if you are traveling westbound on 50, you won't find any problems from crain highway to blades blades. we have light volume starting to pick up on the eastbound side of i-66
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county parkway working into northwest at 27th street, 25 minute commute this morning. southbound on i-270 from old hunter road to the capitol beltway in bethesda, 22 minute commute. outside the beltway, route 4, prince george county, no issues on the inner or outer loop. the whole stretch of the beltway is doing fine. back over to you. are you looking to retire soon? if you are, you may want to move far away from here. >> the best place to spend your golden years.
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welcome back to wake up washington. admitting you snore could save your life. the british snoring and sleep apnea association is urging women to take action if they experience problems snoring. it may seem embarrassing, it can lead to serious health implications like sleep apnea which can lead to heart disease. middle-age women should see a general practitioner if issues arise. snoring is more common in women than men and twice as common for women after menopause. when you think of positive body image, barbie may not come to mind but target is using the doll to promote the plus wear swim
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good morning. temperatures may be dropping but it's time to think about spring. we will find out when we could see the first cherry blossoms. >> quarterback controversy? not this time -- at least this year. we are talking kirk cousins future with the redskins. >> candidates had a lot to say about the super tuesday results. this morning we are looking
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what you have to say. >> good morning. welcome to wusa 9. i'm andrea roane. >> i'm may have may have. >> in traffic control, larry miller. >> how does that feel. >> >> you need the car heaters and here is first alert meteorologist allyson rae. >> it's not bad out there. you will step outside and say where is the cold air you were talking about. later on today you will notice a huge change. a couple of showers left over for the northern neck out to delmarva. temperatures in the 50s. comfortable for d.c. we dropped about 8 degrees in a few hours. 40s are quickly returning. 30s are hanging on through northern maryland. in the 40s much of the day. with the winds, despite sunshine, it will feel in the 30s. tonight we are jumping to
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days. lots of sunshine. we track what snow we are talking about for thursday into friday in a bit. larry, over to you. >> allyson, thank you, kindly. metro riders, everything is on schedule for you this morning, trains and buses. no issues there. clear on the roads inner and outer loop. you will need to watch out for slick roads, wet conditions this morning. that will include areas like 395, 295 in both directions. volume picking up on route 1, richmond highway for our friends in alexandria working into town. watch out for the volume making your way through areas like old town, be careful about that. no accidents and/or incidents. to some of our towns south of the beltway, you are good to go in brandywine, camp springs, route 4, route 5, 301, 210 doing well and 301 is free and clear of problems as well. weather and traffic back on the 9s. back to
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in annapolis will be the site of a protest against a higher education lawsuit. faculty and alumni from black colleges and universities in maryland will rally to draw attention to a lawsuit over inequality at the schools. the rally starts at 3:30. last night protestors gathering to bring attention to the death of a 20-year-old winchester virginia man and the second night of protests in a row. he died after being pursued by police. investigators say he shot himself. initial findings show officers did not fire their guns but mini field's family says he wouldn't take his own life. an autopsy is being conducted. you might as well call super tuesday separation tuesday based on the results of both party's primaries. the final numbers
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donald trump separated himself in a big way. the race for the republican nomination, taking home seven states in total compared to three victories for ted cruz who won alaska caucuses and one for marco rubio. hillary clinton trumped bernie sanders full, winning seven states, among them virginia, texas and massachusetts. rolling along, trump is telling republican colleagues they better get on board. >> i am going to get along great with congress. paul ryan, i don't know him well. i'm sure i will get along great with him. if i don't, he has to pay a big price, okay. >> it's clear that high tide stakes in this election have never been higher. >> all right. the stakes have never been higher. some saying the choices have never been clearer. that is what the world is seeing with this tweet from the bbc saying hillary clinton v donald trump the super
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winners declaring hillary clinton there. some question if this means the nominations are a foregone conclusion. trump lost four states, nearly lost three more, yes, it's clear it's over. oh, wait a second. hold on there. but bernie is not going away either. he won four states, raising more money. a point about the power elite as well. argument there for bernie sanders to stay in. and have we tried switching america off and switching it on again, an outlook coming out of super tuesday. the next key date is march 15, florida and ohio getting a chance to weigh in. metro traffic camera could rubio and john kasich banking on wins in their home state. if they lose the field could shrink more. google spotted an unusual trend. >> the searches in the united states for advice on how to leave the country and move to canada
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as donald trump grabbed the gold. this picture shows the search skyrocketing march 1st. it surged by 350% in the space of four hours. guess which states googled it the most? the states which mr. trump won a majority votes including virginia. >> canada just changed the citizenship laws making it easier to become a citizen in canada. guess what, redskins fans, you don't have to ask who is our quarterback for next season. they got the deal done with kirk cousins. the team placed a nonexclusive franchise tag on kirk that allows other teams to negotiate with him. they have to give washington two first-round picks. if they don't reach a long-term deal that they say theyare working on, they will have to pay cousins $20 million for the upcoming season. pick up a book and start reading. that's what children in prince
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country will be doing on this read across america day. the prince george ceo dr. kevin maxwell will take part in temple hills. the ceremony takes place at 10:30 this morning. no secret, many students dread standardized tests. >> now a note from a teacher in indiana is going viral over what she had to say to students to prepare them for the big day.
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okay. i was out about an hour ago. i can tell a noticeable difference of the weather. feels colder and it will get colder for this afternoon. this is the feels like forecast. winds will stay out of the northwest 20 miles per hour sustained winds later on today gusting up to 30 and into 40. in the 30s west of 95 this morning. this afternoon at 1:00 we are in the 30s. sunshine will be out. we will be in the
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colder than that. tonight we feel in the 20s because the temperatures are actually dropping to the 20s tonight. the winds diminish. tomorrow morning it will feel cold. the winds stay light for 7:00 in the morning. that allows the temperatures to stay well below the freezing mark for our suburbs. then we track the potential for a little bit of snow. it looks to be a wet snow and not everyone will see it. rain mixed with snow. we go through futurecast and plan out thursday into friday and then springtime weather is also on the seven day. a typical march forecast, up and down, a little of each season mixed in in on there. we will get to the details coming up. larry, over to you. >> met a great couple who said they watch wake-up washington every morning. appreciate you guys. i want to let you know we got light volume all over the place. beltway 95, 66, 50, 295. we will be close to do
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because that volume is picking up as you work northbound into the springfield interchange. a few extra minutes, i suggest you do. on the beltway, bottom side over the wilson bridge between oxon hill and alexandria, you are doing well. volume on the northbound 95 just south of the overpass but it is creeping into town. also in some of the virginia towns on the beltway and parts here you are good to go. route 1 seeing volume as it continues northbound into town. again, looks like slick roads out there tripping up drivers causing slight delays. weather and traffic back on the 9s. back to the desk. a long awaited journey home is finally complete. >> the work is not over for astronaut scott kelly. what lies ahead now that he is back on earth. >> legendary rock and roll band
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is taking a show on the road. coming u i do everything on the internet. but, it's kind of slow. my friends say i should get fios because it's the fastest. i just downloaded 600 photos in 60 seconds. that's seriously better. (husband) we're out of 2%! i wonder what else could be better around here? (husband) i heard that. switching to better internet is now easier than ever. only fios has the fastest internet available, with uploads up to 5x faster than cable. get 100 meg upload and download speeds. plus tv and phone for just $69.99 a month online with no annual contract. switch to better. switch to fios.
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hillary clinton living history. she included this picture of her family in 1959 with their cat isis right there. >> hillary clinton's childhood cat was named isis. jimmy carter revealed his cat's name was ayatollah catmani. >> isis may have named himself
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after hillary's cat. we don't know yet. let's take a look at what is happening outside. a tail of two seasons. it will feel like winter by the end of the day. 52 degrees. it will drop through the day. allyson will have the latest. a chance to voice your opinion on stricter pub crawl regulations in the district. at issue is whether or not new rules should be adopted permanently. it includes more oversight from the alcoholic beverage control board. the rules expire in may if they are not ratified permanently. the hearing starts at the abri building on s street. a new report shows los angeles police disproportionately shoot black suspects. african americans make up 9% of the city's population. the number of mentally
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people shot by police increased from 5 in 2014 to 14 last year. don't be alarmed if you see firefighters and police around the marine corps base at quantico. it's just a drill. the exercise takes place in lejeune hall. it will focus on evaluating emergency response in an active scenario. it will run between 8:00 and noon. gay rights advocates and advocates for gay transgender plan a rally to protect abortion access. the event coincides with the court's arguments in a high profile case. at issue are state laws restricting the operation of women's health clinics providing abortion services. so, how could a school volunteer who is accused of sexually abusing elementary school students get away with it in prince
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>> there could be insights buried in a lawsuit about a teacher that ignored claims by a student t. mikea turner is live in glenarden with more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, mike, andrea. this lawsuit marks number 3 in relation to this case and the details in it are disturbing. the lawsuit allegation that carraway pulled a -- alleges that carraway pulled a 9-year- old out to engage in sexual acts with a student. how did he get some of his victims to cooperate? he allegedly lied and threatened them. reporter: in a third lawsuit filed be behalf of a minor protected by the name john doe number 3, deonte carraway, a teacher's aide told the student the school's principal needed to speck with them. that wasn't the case at all according to court documents. carraway allegedly took the 9 year told to a dressing room behind the stage where a boy was in the room
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his pants down. the lawsuit says carraway told the victim to do the same but the fourth grader said no over and over again. the suit claims carraway threatened to call police which never happened. the student told his teacher about the alleged scary incident but the teacher did not believe the child. >> reporter: the principal, michelle williams on paid administrative leave is accused of taking no actions when students reported allegations because there was no proof. deonte carraway faces a slew of charges including 13 federal charges. reporting live, mikea turner, wusa 9. it will be a whirlwind few days for astronaut scott kelly. he ended a record setting 340 days in orbit last night. he landed safely at 11 clone 26. he made the trip back weekend two ruia
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he will undergo a variety of tests to see the changes made while in space compared to his twin brother what was on earth. a torndado injured four people in central alabama. it hit early tuesday evening near bess ire mer, 50 miles southwest of birr mange ham. >> i told my wife, get in the drawn dry room. i didn't have time to grab the dog. got her in, the door closed shut and got on top of her and i heard the roof leave. >> amazingly there weren't serious injuries. power was out to 600 incidents. the red cross is helping victims in a shelter set up. the temperature might be dipping but the national cherry blossom festival organizers are thinking spring. they
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the 2016 national cherry blossom festival and expected to answer the question everyone is asking, when will the peak blooming period occur. today's event takes place at the museum. didn't we have blows stopples bugged in the winter because it was so crazy. >> they do have different species. the ones for the festival are different kinds. >> i have been here a little over a year now and still to this day of the past year or so, having a picnic under the cherry blossoms, my favorite day here. so pretty and everyone walking around. everyone comes to visit, to see it. >> camera lens everywhere. >> you can't grasp it until you see it in person how beautiful it is. today it's windy. not so beautiful. we will see a lot of sunshine. the rain showers are moving out. teth the very strong winds
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first alert live doppler, just a few light showers left over. we expect it to kick out before the morning rush starts. that's what we are seeing. temperatures drop all day. we are heating to the 40s this afternoon. feeling in the 30s when you factor in the wind. we are tracking light snow mixed in with the rain, a wet snow for thursday night and parts of friday. not expecting much, an inch of slushy wet snow on top of your car or grassy surfaces for areas north and west. that is about it. through next week, this is a short lived return to winter. next week is nice for warm weather fans, be included. temperatures are going to plummet today. 52. the winds are picking up. it doesn't feel too warm out there. sunshine. the mountains will see snow later on this evening. for tonight, we remain clear and cold. tomorrow clouds return for thursday. the here come the
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mainly areas west of 95 could see an inch of the slushy wet snow. rain possible for areas east of 95 for friday morning early afternoon. 45 today. 44 tomorrow. it's cold the next three days. we get back up to the 60s next week. larry, over to you. >> allyson, thank you. marc, train riders everything riding on schedule. inbound on 50 no major issues. the bulk of the volume inside the beltway. mlk to fenwick street northeast an 11 minute commute. northbound on 95 volume picking up. we want commuters to watch out for that. you will see on and off delays associated with that as well from dale boulevard working up to i-395, a 16 minute commute. over to you. >> thanks, larry. three more chances to
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thousand dollars. wake up washington giving away a total of 20,000. this is your chance to win a share of that cash. it's easy to do. an extra thousand dollars could be yours today. we will give it away in the 6:00 a.m. show. super easy. watch for the word of the day and then be the ninth caller with that correct word. be sure to watch and win your share of $20,000. these tests can cause a lot of anxiety for students. >> my kids especially. >> one teacher in indiana wanted to show students that learning is not all about test scores. in fact, she wrote a letter to her students. in it she said the scores you will get from these tests will tell you something but they will not tell you everything. these tests do not define you. there are many ways of being smart. you are smart. you are enough. a parent of one of the students posted that encouraging note
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>> wonderful way to encourage people. billed as the first major concert the in cuba in the last century. >> we have more on the big music moment. good morning, tommy. >> reporter: maybe they will get satisfaction. the rolling stones are going to be playing in cuba, havana in march on the 25th. the biggest show they had in cuba in the last half century. they will play a sports arena that was built in 1957 and they will be there three days after president obama's visit. the rolling stones said this will be a landmark performance and they are viewing it as one of the biggest and most important of their career. rolling stones in cuba, free show, who is in. back to you. >> that would be fun. >> built in 1957. that's the one thing about that arena, is it in good shape. >> i'm not sure that
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absorbs. >> thanks, tommy. a major development in the jesse matthews case. >> at 6:00 the latest on the plea expected in the murders of the two virginia college students. >> some super tuesday surprises. the latest results from the primaries including the one in virginia. >> there are new allegations in that child porn case that has rocked our area.
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this is a sign how cold it will feel later on today. temperatures drop eight degrees in one hour. we were in the 50s a little bit adding. here we are at 46 degrees. cold air headed to southern maryland in a hurry. the winds are out of the northwest and not let up today. gusty up to 40 miles per hour gusts. windchills in the 30s. >> around the beltway, no issues around town. we have volume picking up slowing commuters down, 295 heading southbound into town. i-66 in manassas, eastbound side
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here is 295 toward the 11th street bridge. watch out for volume delays. slick roads are causing delays as well. weather and traffic back shortly. as for the news, it starts now. 6:00 a.m. good morning, washington. >> a virginia man will admit to abducting and murdering two college students. we will go live to charlottesville as we a wait his court appearance. >> we have done something that almost nobody thought could be done. >> this country belongs to all of us. >> donald trump and hillary clinton rack up big super tuesday victories. where the race goes from here. >> social media sounds off on chris christie's facial

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