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afternoon hours and get ready for a big cooldown. good afternoon. thank you for joining us. we're ening the week on a -- ending the week on a warm and breezy side. and the weather is about it change before we see some storms. let's toss is over to melissa. it feels like summertime outside this afternoon. and the temperatures will be spiking near 80. bit the end of the weekend, you'll need the jackets, because we'll see a temperature drop that is amazing for early april. right now first alert live doppler, you can see it is mainly quiet. and the first round of showers and thunderstorms off the coastline and we're looking at some breaks in the clouds, increasing sunshine and that means that the temperatures will warm up quickly and the atmosphere will destabilize and that will bring us some more showers and storms. 73 in leesburg already and 75 in martinsburg. and the temperatures have been jumping fairly quickly the last
this thin line of showers over western pennsylvania and portions of west virginia. and that will be strengthening as that tracks in our direction and that is going to start arriving here as we get towards later this afternoon. and the lunch hour by 3:00, we'll see the showers track in our direction. and in the evening commute, we could see a few showers and storms and they could be on the heavily gusty sides. and get a closer look on your future track and we'll time them out for your neighborhood in a few minutes. you can track whatever merge sends your way, timeing it down to your neighborhood. -- timing it down to your neighborhood. download our whether app and track live -- weather app and track live interactive radar right now. people are cleaning up today after tornadoes hit three states. a dozen homes were damaged in the columbus, mississippi area. no word on
and we're following developing story out of principle george's county. the -- prince george's county, the police are investigating a homicide on shady glenn terrace in capital heights. a man was shot at 1:30 this morning and he died at the hospital. and the police do not believe this was a random act and they are still looking for the shooter. a vigil will be held for a fallen virginia state trooper. it starts at 6:30 tonight across from the greyhound bus terminal where he was gunned down yesterday. he was in the middle of a training exercise and we just learned that the alleged shooter's identity. his name is james brown iii and he has a long criminal history. >> reporter: a vigil for trooper chad deermeyer will be held several hours from now. fellow officers and loved ones and family will gather across
where a bun man ended his life. he wore his badge at pride and honor and stopped at nothing to keep others and animals safe. at this video shown in richmond, a soft, happy side of deer meyer of him reuniting a man with his dog. it is memories like in that people will hold on to, visions of deermeyer smile and laugh and his kindness now gone. he was in the bus station on thursday for a training exercise with the examination. and it was just before 3:00 p.m. when a man shot him several times. >> you can see the look of terror on people's faces. >> reporter: troopers near shot the suspect and hitting them and two women were struck to. but deer meyer and the man that thlled him are gone forever.
anyone who attends, is asked to wear a navy blue shirt and bring a blue or white rose to leave at the site. >> police she was it was james brown iii that pulled the trigger at the bus station in richmond. a washington d.c. police officer is recovering after being hit by a car. the officer was truck just after 8:00 last night on southern avenue in southeast, washington d.c. and the officer's injuries are not life- threatening and the driver hit him did stay on the scene. the case is still under investigation. the search is on now for the newspaper vendor accused of stabbing a man yesterday morning outside the addison road metro station. they are looking for daniel richard brown. a midwest spoke certain said that brown was handing out the stress wipe just paper at 8:30 in the morning and
security camera footage and several witness accounts of what happened. a man convicted of shooting a gun into a crowded metrobus last summer will be sentenced this afternoon. he was found guilty of that shooting last august in southeast, dc. one person was hurt when he fired into the bus. and the shooting prompted metro to temporarily stop running buses on that route at nighttime. 50 world leaders made theirselves back to the washington convention store for the nuclear community summit. and the goal is to stop nuclear proliferation. it was a working dunn near at the white house. >> we are -- dinner at the white house. >> we recognize that our security is linked, that we have to work toge
this challenge. >> as for kim's response to the talks, north korea reportedly filed a missile into the sea earlier today. activists are gathering to urge world leaders to make it a priority to eliminate global nuclear arsenals and they drug out a large disfly call attention to that -- display to to draw attention to that large threat. >> reporter: we are expecting a hundred activists in mcpherson square. there's a huge inflated missile in the middle here of mcpherson square and it is about raising awareness this often. global zero said this missile represents 1500 nuclear weapons in the world today. and many are ready to launch instant this and vulnerable
theft, cyber attack or accidental launch. they are telling president obama and world leaders that nuclear weapons jeopardize global security world wide they are part of and international movement that is led by 300 world leaders and backed by half a million people across the world. protesters hope that the message come across loud and clear. >> they're talking about a really important topic. they're talking about preventing nuclear terrorism. but they are not address the 15,000 nuclear weapons in the world today. there's no such thing as security when 15,000 nuclear weapons still exist. >> reporter: the activists will talk to national security experts and members of congress about the plan to spend $1 billion on a new generation of nuclear weapons. it is expected to pick up in the next few minutes and we'll
media accounts and a full update starting at 5:00. to campaign 2016, the race gets tighter for the democrats, the comments are getting sharper betweenen hillary clinton and bernie sanders. the latest fight who took big money from big oil? >> reporter: campaigning thursday on her home turf of west chester new york, a visibly irritated hillary clinton fired off that she is taking money from the fossil fuel industry. bernie sanders said that clinton and her super packs have accepted millions from the industry. she said it is only people that work from the company and sanders him several accepted the same. >> bernie sander peoples came
in. >> they don't want to hear the contrast between my experience and my plans and my vision, what i know i can get done own what my opponent is promising. >> i'm proud that i was born here in new york city. >> reporter: last night thousands turned out in the bronx for the brooklyn born candidate. the state is a critical state for him on though he trails the new york senator by 12 points. >> if we win here in new york, we are going to make to the white house. [ applause ] >> you can follow campaign 2016 anytime. just download our app and click on the campaign tab. >> you got it. the
win their first-ever nit title. they knocked off four straight hire seeded teams in route to the win. and the team arrived home early this morning. >> it feels great, to be honest. it is an honor to be in this position right now to know that we won the nit. and it is a big deal and we're excited about it. >> and they finish the season in 28 wins and that is the most in school history. protesting is about to reach a new high. a group planning to smoke pat right outside the white house. it's no joke. where you can get a free doughnut simply by just asking for it today. tackling kidney disease. knowing your abcs could save your life. it's a yellow alert day and we'll be back with a look at the forecast and when the storms pop up and
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this volcano is spewing ash in this mix cocity. and there have been more than a hundred smaller outbursts. the prevention center told people in the nearest towns get ready to possibly evacuate. here's what it looks like outside. it looks like the clouds are going to break up. but with that comes a huge rise in temperatures in a big way. >> and it is muggy outside. and that is a fuel for storms. >> you're from atlanta and you told me you love that. >> yes. but my hair doesn't like when t and this will be fuel for more thunderstorms popping up this afternoon. and we're starting to see these developing in the west in pennsylvania and also west virginia. right now, 70 degrees,el
point and 62 degrees. and that is a humid air mass outside and that is why we have the fuel for thunderstorms later today. it is breezy and the winds gusting to 30 miles an hour. all those ingredients combine means showers and thunderstorms with a cold front moving through and that is the player for this afternoon. and the evening commute, that will likely be a little unsettled outside and the temperatures continue to warm from west to east and they're warmer back to the west. and 77 in winchester and we'll hit the 80-degree mark today easily ahead of the showers and storms. you can see the doppler and we have a break in the showers and storms. but here is the front that we're tracking in. and we're seeing the showers and thundershower that are off to the west of that. and the main severe weather threat stays to the south in the carolinas and georgia. but we're still going to see showers and storms later today. and they're going to start coming into our region a little later this
afternoon, 2, 3:00 p.m. and i think the bulk of this is in the metro area around 6:00 this automatic. and we'll see locally heavy rain rates and gusty winds possible and lightening and thunder and showers lingering tomorrow morning. and the main time frame in the evening commute. that is when round two track into the metro area. and here's futurecast. and we have locally heavy rain producing showers and thundershower starting to form to the west along the i-81 corridor. as we get closer to 6:00, that is when we expect to get the popup over the i-95 corridor and washington, that is what you'll see some of the scattered showers and storms. as we get closer to sunset, most of these will fizzle out but we'll see showers lingering into tomorrow morning. a yellow alert day for the rain and thunderstorms expected a little later. tomorrow we're going to see the showers lingering and look how much the temperatures drop into your sunday. and we're in the 50s and with the
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travel ban in response to the controversial new law in the state. that will do it for the news at noon. we're back at 5:00. keep an eye to the sky for the showers. happy friday, ever narrator: all that political mail might be overwhelming. let's simplify. only one candidate has been endorsed by the washington post: kathleen matthews. as a journalist
and progressive leader at marriott, she has a broad and deep facility with policy. emily's list praises matthews as pro-choice and the post says on gun control, clean energy, education and health research kathleen matthews "has greater potential, following the van hollen model, to move the ball forward." kathleen: i'm kathleen matthews and i approve this message.
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