. >>> the coldest air dc has seen in two decades, moving into our area tonight. good evening. >> let's get right to the weather, tracking dangerous windchills in the morning. >> tomorrow morning we'll see windchills below zero. by friday morning, windchills well below zero. first things first. here are the temperatures. what's going to happen, this will be the high temperature tomorrow, 22 or 23, whatever the high is at midnight because temps are not going to go up home. 19 at manassas. there is already a windchill. feels like 4 4 above in gaithersburg. the winds haven't even begun to pick up yet. windchill advisory in effect for the entire metro, all the way down to the northern neck. that means windchills could be minus 5 to minus 25. at minus 25, a frostbite can set in in less than 30 minutes. we'll go through the windchill forecast, if you will. by 6:00 in the morning, feels like it's 8 below zero in gaithersburg, 7 below in leesburg, 7 below in manassas. you've got to dress for below- zero weather tomorrow. 8:00, 3 below downtown, 7 below in gaithersburg, 6 below in manassas. by 10:00, doesn't get any better. the numbers are just going down. feels like it's negative 9 in gaithersburg, negative 4 downtown. we'll come back and take you all the way through friday morning. your eyes will pop out of your head when we share those windchills and we'll talk about breaking-low temperatures tomorrow night. >> eyes are already popping out of my head. it's painful. >>> shoppers are stocking up on things to keep themselves warm. >> we go to clarendon, where shoppers are bracing themselves for the bitterly cold nights ahead. >> reportoday was short-lived. it's been really cold the last couple of days, illustrated by this line of icicles on the metro awning in clarendon. but the real test will be in the next couple of days, where we'll possibly see more snow and it will feel as cold as it has in years. there's barely anything left. >> this is it for right now. >> reporter: the old town ace hardware in alexandria is nearly cleaned out of supplies. >> lot of people coming in, bought shovels, of course, salt is the next biggest item. probably couple hundred phone calls every day asking if we have salt or shovels. >> reporter: folks around the dmv are preparing for another arctic blast, but don't talk to this gentleman about dc winters. >> came down from boston, yeah. >> so this is nothing? >> this is nothing. >> reerport: he's used to the snow piled high. really high. >> in boston? >> reporter: that's not something we'll have to worry about this week. instead, we may see negative 15 to 30-degree windchills and possible snow showers. >> dreading it. dreading it. i don't like the cold weather at all. >> reporter: cold is one thing. negative 15 to 30, that's painful and dangerous. but darnell jones says he's not worried about it. >> it's the same thing. i'm used to it. i'm good with it. it's life. >> yeah, a cold life. >> reporter: guys, road conditions, that's another thing over the next couple of days. the potential for black ice is still going to exist and some troublesome spots, as nothing has had the opportunity to melt because it's been so cold. if you'll be out on the roads, certainly still want to be careful. live in clarendon, wusa 9. >> when you think negative 15 to 30, a few inches more snow, it might be better! thank you. >>> but dangerously cold. in fact, a teenager had to be rescued from a lake this afternoon. >> the ice gave way and he fell in. the teen was able to swim to a concrete barge. that's where first responders with fairfax fire and rescue were able to get to him and they tell us the teen's doing okay tonight. >>> well, this arctic blast is sure causing problems with frozen pipes and is expected to get worse in the next few days. some folks had their hands full today. the museum underneath ford theater, shut down tonight because of a burst pipe that caused a basement floor to flood. fortunately, the national park service says the water did not damage any items on display. >> about an inch or so covering the floor. they were able to get the leak stopped, the water contained, spent the better part of the day vacuuming up the water, trying to get carpets dried. >> and more busted pipe trouble at montgomery blair high in silver springs. check out this wall of ice, clinging to the side of the school. the pipe that burst was the one that supplied the water to the plants in the student greenhouse. at last check, they are assessing the extent of the damage. >>> we've got tips on how to avoid frozen pipes in our wusa 9 app. you can also keep up with weather conditions and any school closings that may pop up overnight. we will be on early tomorrow, 4:00 a.m., with a look at the latest temperatures and any problems on the roads before you head out the door in the morning. >>> new information tonight on that attorney found dead last week in his dc hotel room. the more we learn, the more questions we have. according to the washington post, court records show he was stabbed several times in the back and found face down on the floor. a wallet was found next to the body and credit cards were scattered around the hotel room. police have released this surveillance video of a person interest in the murder in the lobby and the stairwell of the hotel. the 30-year-old was an intellectual property attorney who lived with his wife in the capitol hill neighborhood. he was found dead february 10 at the donovan hotel in northwest. so far, police have made no arrests. >>> well, she was in the wrong place at the wrong time. a woman waiting at a bus stop struck and killed today by a suspected drunken driver. >> hank silverburg is in the quiet residential white oak neighborhood where it all happened. he spoke with the families of both the victim and the suspect tonight. >> reporter: a tragedy here at this bus stop on haven drive in white oak earlier today, when a 49-year-old nurse waiting for a ride home got run over and killed by an alleged drunk driver. it was just after 11:00 when a red xterra came down the road, swerved across the road and ran over 49-year-old vanessa dixon. the car swerved back across the road, striking a parked car, careening again crossing a front lawn and hitting a car in the driveway, all of this on a quiet street in the middle of the day. tonight, dixon's family is asking questions as they gather to remember her. >> that drunken driver, you know, dragged her body all the way and killed my poor sister, going to work. that's what i want to know. >> when i was on the internet and i saw that it was her name there, it was like it's done? that's your mother? so i, i handled it how i felt i should have handled it. >> reporter: dixon was the mother of five with four grandchildren, just celebrated her 49th birthday. her family says she was a giver. >> i would like to know exactly what happened because in that residential area, car is not supposed to be going at that speed. >> you've heard of other people getting killed by drunk driver and you never think it would hit home. >> she was a sweetheart, warm hearted person, very nice, very nice sister. >> reporter: police have the driver, 23-year-old david rodriguez in custody. they say he may have been drunk. the driver's family was unaware of this incident until we told him about it. they say rodriguez should have been at school at that time of the day. they say they are shocked by all of this. hank silverburg, wusa 9news. >> heartbreaking to see that. police say dixon was standing in the street near the curb because the bus stop on the grass was snow-covered. >>> june and july will be busy months for murder suspect jesse matthew. today a judge set june 29 as the trial date for the man charged with first degree murder in the death of uva student hannah graham. that's three weeks after matthew's june 8 trial date in fairfax county for a 2005 sex assault. the jury trial in fairfax is expected to last two weeks. the graham case is scheduled for a three-week jury trial. >> it's a huge undertaking. there's a lot of evidence, lot of witnesses. it's a major case. count the number of media that are standing here right now. >> obviously, there's a lot of interest in this case and the commonwealth has an interest in trying this case one time for the purposes of seeing that justice is done for the community and the victim's family. >> matthew was transferred from the fairfax jail to the albemarle jail. he'll remain there until the status hearing in the graham case on march 4. graham disappeared after a night out with friends last september and her remains were found in a rural area five weeks later. >>> the dc rabbi accused of secretly videotaping women in a georis due back in court tomorrow. he is charged with six counts of voyeurism connected with six victims, but prosecutors say they have evidence he videotaped more than 150 women using a camera hidden in a clock at the synagogue. supporters of the victims are expected to protest outside tomorrow's hearing. >>> accusations tonight that michael gardner tried to hire a hitman to kill the very girls he's accused of molesting. arlington county prosecutors say the allegations come from a jail house informant and they are taking them very seriously. gardner's attorney calls the informant a professional snitch and says his client denies the murder-for-hire claim. >> they are being terrorized over and over and over again. now with these new allegations, it's, you know, it's beyond belief. >> do you believe it? >> absolutely. this man is despicable and capable of anything. >> gardner was released from prison in june after the virginia supreme court overturned his conviction. he is set to be retried in that case, but first will be tried on charges he sexually assaulted a female relative six years ago. >>> the obama administration says the war against isis is taking place on many fronts. one of the key battles may be going down in your neighborhood and in cities across our country. speaking at today's white house summit on countering violent extremism, president obama said it starts with preventing young people from being recruited by terrorists and countering slick social media propaganda aimed at those vulnerable young men and women. >> we are not at war with islam. [ applause ] >> we are at war with people who have perverted islam. >> police, terrorism experts and members of the muslim american community participated in day two of the three-day summit. the summit wraps up tomorrow at the state department, where some 60 countries will get together to talk about the global effort to stop the spread of extremism. >>> tonight, exxon mobil says four workers suffered minor injuries in the explosion that rocked a refinery in torrence, california. today's blast triggered a huge smoke stack flare that rained down ash, breaking windows in surrounding buildings. investigators are still trying to find the cause of the explosion, but at this point there are no signs of foul play. >>> at last check, the oil tankers that caught fire in charleston, virginia were still smoldering tonight. the fire is 85% contained. the train was carrying 3 million gallons of crude oil when it jumped the tracks monday in mount carbon. one home was destroyed and oil did leak into a tributary of the river. investigators are still trying to find out the cause. >>> a law officer tells police video shows bruce jenner's car rear ended two cars and pushed one out into oncoming traffic. the officer says steering was steering his cadillac escalade trying to avoid cars slowing down for a traffic light, but he ran into a prius and rear ended a lexus. the driver of the lexus was killed when her car was hit head-on by a hummer. the video does not appear to show jenner using a phone and he did pass field sobriety test. the crash is still under investigation. >>> a desperate call for help for two mothers stranded on the frozen chesapeake bay. >> and the latest on the search for two dogs left out in the cold. >> this is bella. she's one of the amazing dogs in our area. wait till you see some of the tr . >>> mario and bella are a talented pair of jack russells, but it is the joy they bring to their audiences that makes them really special. photo journalist jeff cridling and i spent an afternoon with these amazing dogs. on a bitter cold winter day, the residents of asbury methodist village were enjoying a quiet afternoon, until this. [ barking ] >> reporter: jack russell terriers mario and bella performing an astonishing array of stunts led by their human, marion deangelo. >> my husband says this is crazy that, okay, we need to spend time together. i think you're too crazy about those dogs. i love them incredibly. they are really my life. >> i was hooked. it was my passion. now i am -- i can't stop. >> reporter: at retirement communities like this, the dogs demonstrate skills, like skateboarding. [ barking ] >> there are times in life when you have to say, you know, that was really good! >> reporter: they can jump rope, walk on a rolling barrel. >> say your prayers. >> reporter: say prayers, jump through hoops. >> i just wonder how they can stand on two legs and take their whole bodies up and down. you know, to me that's remarkable. >> reporter: and even tuck themselves in. >> oh, it's unbelievable. [ laughter ] >> reporter: bobby has seen a lot in her 92 years. [ laughter ] >> reporter: but nothing like this. >> i think they like being the center of attention. >> roll! you're responsible. >> reporter: mario and bella are amazing, not just for their unusual skills, but for their ability to astound even their most seasoned of audiences. >> i have a following and i see the same thing. i think they are my little groupies. >> reporter: to learn more about the amazing dogs in our area or to see our live puppy cam, just go to our news app. andrea mccarran, wusa 9. >> i, too, wonder how they did that! >>> tomorrow night at 11:00, guess who got a lot more internet clicks than president obama's last state of the union address? yep, this guy. amazing dogs ruling the internet. we'll have the best of the best tomorrow night, right here only on wusa 9. >>> a momma dog and her pup survived the cold last night, thanks to local firefighters who took them in. the dogs were found wandering the streets, trying to paw their way into a business. a long-time volunteer with the fire department rescued the dogs. they got a good meal, spent the night at the fire house, then taken to the green belt animal shelter. >> her ears were pretty pink when she came in. she had been at the fire house for quite sometime. if they were out for a couple more hours, they probably would not have survived. >> i don't think the puppy would have made it through the night, had it not been for kitty finding him. >> i'm glad i did it. i felt bad for them. i wouldn't have been able to sleep last night. >> the shelter will hold the dogs for five days. if no owner comes forward, they will be placed for adoption. the shelter's already received dozens of calls from people wanting to take them in. >>> a fairfax county animal control officer came to the rescue of a stray kitten stuck on an outdoor ledge at tyson's corner mall. concerned shoppers and workers called for help last friday afternoon after the black kitten apparently suffered through the night in the cold. the kitten was afraid and wouldn't come to the officer, so the officer used a trap to capture the kitten and bring it down. kitty is okay and being taken care of at the fairfax animal shelter. >>> a tv news chopper helped make a delivery. tanger island, the ice is so thick there, nobody can come or go from the island. that leaves them with no water and other important necessities. when wboc-tv heard about the two moms who had run out of formula, they offered to deliver six cans of formula and four jugs of nursery water for their two babies. >> she needed formula. she didn't have enough formula. she was just born a week and a half ago and didn't have enough. >> they are also out of water. the water tank doesn't have any water. so we got people over there in dire straits. >> tanger island residents say the last time they remember things this bad, the ice this thick, mid-'90s. >> that's scary. those babies need their formula. >> they do. >> cold weather takes a toll, my friend and we're in the middle of it. >> this is as cold as it's been since 1994. it's going to settle in tonight and we'll probably break record lows tomorrow night. let's start first with a live look outside. we did make it above freezing today, albeit briefly. 34. last time we'll see that till saturday. right now, down to 23. again, if you're having a forecasting game with your friends at home, the high temperature tomorrow will probably be 22 or 23 degrees. but during the day, temperatures are going to hold in the teens. we'll not play the game. we'll talk about keeping temperatures in the teens. winds now northwest at 14. dewpoint's below zero. dewpoints are below zero, meaning a dry, cold arctic air mass. windchills 10 below to 5 degrees all day tomorrow thursday. bus stop temperature, 6 to 16. windchills below zero. below zero thursday night in the burbs. these are straight windchills thursday night. we're in the deep freeze friday and we're tracking a mix on saturday night. let's talk about records to beat. 8 above set back in 1896. we're forecasting 5 in martinsburg, old record of zero. we're forecasting 4 below. at dulles, the old record is 2 below, set in 1979. we think you'll get down to 5 below tomorrow night. i think some records are going the metro and across much of the eastern seaboard. this is a windchill. feels-like temperature. tomorrow morning, feels like 3 below downtown. feels like 8 below in gaithersburg. it gets worse. by noon, feels like it's 4 below at andrews, 6 below in gaithersburg, 5 below in leesburg. dress the kids and yourself for below-zero temperatures tomorrow and again on friday. by 5:00, feels like it's 7 below in gaithersburg, 2 below downtown. we'll jump ahead to friday morning. now look at these numbers. again, sitting down, probably lying down now, 22 below in leesburg and frederick, even down in la plata at andrews, 23 and 24 degrees below zero windchill friday morning at 6:00 a.m. that's crazy. temps in the teens to start and they barely go up. 15, 15, 17 by 1:00, just a few clouds. so we're yellow alert tomorrow for the cold. bitterly cold on friday. yellow alert, 19. temps don't go down much on friday. warm air moves back in, generating light snow on saturday afternoon. that will turn to sleet and freezing rain saturday night and eventually the warm air should thin out, going to rain on sunday. yellow alert for saturday. i'm concerned about folks driving around saturday night. it warms up, rains, gets cold again. temperatures around 30 or 32 monday, tuesday and wednesday of next week. >> did you say if you're at home playing the forecasting game? >> right. >> i play that all the time! [ laughter ] >> i got the seven-day! [ laughter ] >> oh, man. >> best time was yours, you're with your fellas, let's do the forecasting game! >> no, no, no. [ laughter ] >> forecasting game! >> i can't top that, but i'm going to try. >>> many fans will say ryan clark has lost a step and it's time to retire. i'll tell you why he'll be missed. a revealing look at a man who called it quits today. get re (vo) after 50 years of designing cars for crash survival, subaru has developed our most revolutionary feature yet. a car that can see trouble... ...and stop itself to avoid it. when the insurance institute for highway safety tested front crash prevention nobody beat subaru models with eyesight. not honda. not ford or any other brand. subaru eyesight. an extra set of eyes, every time you drive. . >>> let's start with george washington. are their ncaa tournament chances dead? the grim reaper just hopped off the foggy bottom metro and he's got a gps in hand, headed towards the smith center. it ain't a done deal yet, but last rites appear to be imminent here. let's take a look here. they will need help after tonight. jack gibbs gives up the two- point bucket for lent, all threes! colonials blew a 10-point lead, then a chance to tie late. savage for the tie! no. george washington loses 65-63, tough loss for them tonight. they will have to run the table to get into the tournament. >>> rack attack! featuring justin alton for the flush. au falls with the 61-53 loss. >>> virginia tech at miami, the fighting in miami, here they come. mcclellan says excuse me while i kiss the sky! miami rolls over virginia tech 76-52. >>> finally tonight, ryan clark retired today, the burgandy & gold brought him to a veteran presence, which he certainly provided. he was a veteran, also verbose. clark's going to be a tv announcer someday, that's what he says, makes sense because the man never met a mic he didn't like. >> i'm on a hair cut strike! i don't care what i look like! >> we're soft now, probably one time a day and i was doing this when it was two-a-days, so we're entitled. >> defensive holding pass interference are going to be big. i think that's kind of a seattle seahawk adjustment, you know what i mean? nobody likes to see the sheriff go to the super bowl to be embarrassed. he's their guy. >> it's training camp. it gets monotonous. it becomes something you do every day, like groundhog day. i change my socks. i wear crazy backpacks. kind of brightens the day up for me, allows me to know, you know what? even though i don't know what day of the week it is, it is a new day. >> for some reason, they have been real secretive. usually i know. they just said it's going to be epic. they are waiting on the last piece of my present. that means my present is going to be huge. i'll make sure to tweet it and instagram so everybody knows. >> it was his birthday, i take it? >> yeah, ryan clark never saw a mic he didn't like. going to espn, found the right job. >> always nice when you have something else to do. okay, i need a better pizza. one made with only real cheese. and dough that rises naturally. with no chemical leaveners. a pizza my family will love. 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