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highs will be in the mid- 10-15mph. tonight: increasing clouds. lows will be in the 5-10mph. friday: rain/snow mix in the late morning or midday. becoming all rain late in the day. heavy rain at times. highs will be in the low 40s. winds ene 5- 15mph. today we will see quiet weather. high pressure is in control. highs will be in the 30s. we'll see precipitation start up tomorrow. the models bring it in a little later in the day. so turn into all rain in our area late friday into saturday. then a big area of low pressure will move through and then to our east late saturday. dry air will also start to move into the region. so we could see some light accumulations at that time, but only after a lot of melting from the rain before that point. the highest amounts are forecast north and west of the metro area. there could be a foot of snow near richmond with up to 2 feet near washington d.c. we'll dry out on sunday, but it will be windy. there could be some minor tidal flooding in the region. stay tuned for updates to this developing weather
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good morning, hampton roads. let's check traffic now. our team coverage of the winter weather continues with more on a second round of snow heading to hampton roads.
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we expect to it leave a mark on the peninsula and southside. photographer are in independence boulevard with more on the current weather rico, what are you seeing? don, katie,things here are pretty quiet. the roads are dry and for the most part clear - and we're only seeing a light dusting of snow on the grass and light coat of snow on cars that have been parked overnight, but it's something that's going to be really easy to brush off this morning. no ice on the roadways and nothing sticking to the roads. city officials across hampton roads have really been turning their focus to the second round of one that may be of concern, but new forecast models show it could fizzle out and may not be that bad. nonetheless, some cities have already began to
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treat roads this morning, assessing the roads and will pre- treat the roads and spread salt and sand, if necessary. in virginia beach, public work crews prepped the roads overnight. so at this hour - nothing too drastic outdoors - few cars have passed us near independence boulevard - and it appears everyone is driving just fine this morning. live in virginia beach, rico bush, 10 on your download our free wavy weather app and wavy news app. with both you'll be able to see any school closings and delays push get hour-by-hour forecasts. breaking news now in james city county. firefighters tell us a fire broke out inside lumber liquidator's main sanding unit just after midnight. that's in toano. crews tell us workers were inside when the fire started. the factory shut down overnight as firefighters worked to the get the fire under control. they estimate the fire caused
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thousands of dollars in damage to machinery. they're still investigating what sparked the fire. preparing for the next wave. many people hit the stores. we'll show you what they're buying. and the winter weather wreaked havoc for commuters in d-c. see how it even caused problems for the presidential motorcade. plus as you get ready to handle the storm outside, how you can stay warm while safe inside your home. we're on your side with tips to avoid a
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("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") winter storm watch up for areas north and west of the metro area for tomorrow into saturday. today: mostly sunny. highs will be in the mid- upper 30s. winds nw 10-15mph. tonight: increasing clouds. lows will be in the upper 20s. winds north 5-10mph. friday: rain/snow mix in the late morning or midday. becoming all rain late in the day. heavy rain at times. highs will be in the low 40s. winds ene 5- 15mph. today we will see quiet weather. high pressure is in control. highs will be in the 30s. we'll see precipitation start up
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tomorrow. the models bring it in a little later in the day. so this will allow for more of a rain/snow mix in the region with snow north of the metro. this will turn into all rain in our our east late saturday. on the back side we could see the precipitation turn back into snow. however, dry air will also start to move into the region. so we could see some light accumulations at that time, but only after a lot of melting from the rain before that point. the highest amounts are forecast north and west of the metro area. there could be a foot of snow near richmond with up to 2 feet near washington d.c. we'll dry out on sunday, but it will be windy. there could be some minor tidal flooding in the region. stay tuned for updates to this developing weather situation. good morning, hampton
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sold out. people clear the shelves at a virginia grocery store before the next wave hits. and if you are heading out on the roads remember to slow down! state police tell us they were busy helping drivers on the slippery interstates. we'll tell you how many traffic accidents they worked during the first wave of
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many people in our area headed out to the stores before the first wave of winter weather hit. shoppers in hampton scooped up ice melt and shovels. the manager of ace hardware on town center way says they've solds hundreds of both. salt is also going quickly. cameron jasper c15 02:30:44 - :48 "as fast as we can bring it out of the back, it's going off the floor." some stores are already out of salt - like the ace hardware in newport news, on warwick boulevard. an employee says they'll have more today. folks in the western part of the state flocked to the grocery store and cleared the shelves. these pictures come from a kroger store near roanoke. shoppers have already pulled milk and bread from the shelves. they're expecting at least six inches of snow there over the next couple days. people living in northern virginia up past baltimore are under a blizzard watch.
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meteorologists in washington forecast the area could get anywhere from 18 to 24 inches of snow friday night into saturday. you're looking live right now at the capitol building. the winter storm will bring wind and heavy snow that could cause blizzard conditions. watch as this woman fell on an icy d-c street. she went down right in front of a car, that luckily stopped. she got up and kept going. but it's not easy getting around the nation's capital this morning. wintry conditions made the evening commute stretch way into the night with traffic clogging interstates 95 and 66. the slick roads were even a problem for the secret service. you're looking at video of vehicles in president barack obama's motorcade skidding on the road. agents had to drive the president from joint base andrews in maryland to the white house because the bad weather grounded helicopters. one
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report said the usual 25 minute drive took more than a hour. because of the slippery roads state police responded to more than 150 accidents on the road statewide. one crash turned out to be deadly in bedford county. in fairfax, state police say a van hit a trooper on 4-95. medics took the trooper to the hospital with minor injuries. state police say if you are driving on slippery roads, slow down and give yourself plenty of time to get where you are going. with more cold weather coming, we want you to be safe while staying warm in your home. firefighters say about a third of all house fires in the winter come from space heaters. the virginia beach fire department posted this picture on facebook of a space heater fire in the county view neighborhood yesterday. no one got hurt, but crews offered these tips to stay safe. be sure to inspect the heater for cracked or broken plugs or loose connections before you use it. if you see any damage do not use it.
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heater unattended. turn it off if you leave a room or go to sleep. and be sure to keep them at least three feet away from anything that can burn. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") winter storm watch up for areas north and west of the metro area for tomorrow into saturday. today: mostly sunny. highs will be in the mid- upper 30s. winds nw 10-15mph. tonight: increasing clouds. lows will be in the 5-10mph. friday: rain/snow mix in the late morning or midday. becoming all rain late in the day. heavy rain at times. highs will be in the low 40s. winds ene 5- 15mph. today we will see quiet weather. high pressure is in control. highs will be in the 30s. we'll see precipitation start up tomorrow. the models bring it in a little later in the day. so this will allow for more of a rain/snow mix in the region with snow north of the metro. this will turn into all rain in our our east late saturday. on the back side we could see the precipitation turn back into snow. however, accumulations at that time, but only after a
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lot of melting from the rain before that point. the highest amounts are forecast north and west of the metro area. there could be a foot of snow near richmond with up to 2 feet near washington d.c. we'll dry out on sunday, but it will be windy. there could be some minor tidal flooding in the region. stay tuned developing weather
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of melting from the rain before that point. the highest amounts are forecast north and west of the metro area. there could be a foot of snow near richmond with up to 2 feet near washington d.c. we'll dry out on sunday, but it will be windy. there could be some minor tidal flooding in the region. stay tuned for updates to this developing weather
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good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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many cities in our area are preparing for the many cities in our area are preparing for the next winter storm wave. in portsmouth, the city tells us it's truck teams are ready, and crews are working on a 12 hour shift. norfolk is making sure its equipment is ready to handle the job. you may see them pre-treat bridges and overpasses starting today. virginia beach doubled its crews and has three thousand tons of a salt and sand mix ready to go. suffolk also has sand and salt ready. chesapeake has "ice team" crews monitoring the roads for any slick spots. in williamsburg, public works crews are planning for a worst case scenario. we're on your side with lifesaving information and a team effort to end domestic violence in hampton roads. anita blanton's special report tonight shows us who's trying to make
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every 9 seconds in the us, a woman is assaulted or beaten by someone she thought she knew. and then there are those whose stories can only be told by police or the loved ones they leave behind. we've often aired their shock or tearful pleas. she just wanted to make sure her kids had a hampton roads to save lives and who's calling on men to be a part of the change. other men can hear it from men that this is not acceptable 24:27 you can watch anita's full report on what's being done to end domestic abuse in hampton roads - tonight on wavy news 10 at six. it's a busy morning in the super doppler 10 weather center. meteorologist jeremy wheeler is updating the forecast to tell you when and where we'll see the snow. stay with us for his forecast. plus a virginia senator endorses a presidential candidate. we'll tell you who senator tim kaine is campaigning for. do you want to build a
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a family in michigan sure knows how to have some fun with all the snow they've gotten. together they built a
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giant snowman many know from the disney movie "frozen." take a look at this giant olaf. it's about 12 to 13 feet tall. a father and his daughter built the giant snowman last week in grand rapids. they say it took them almost a whole day to uh.. ice cream buckets.. cut in half with a black plastic around it the dad says the best part of the build was spending time with his family. we're on your side tracking winter weather in hampton roads. we got a dusting overnight. you may still see some of it left over. but that's just the beginning. meteorologist jeremy
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skies for our next round of snow, and that will be more substantial. i'm rico bush live in virginia beach watching for slick spots. i'm rico bush live in virginia beach watching for slick spots. we'll and if you're catching a flight this weekend, listen up. we'll explain how the airlines are gearing up for potential delays and cancellations. thanks for joining us, i'm katie collett. and i'm don roberts. let's start our team coverage with a check of the forecast. meteorologist jeremy wheeler is tracking conditions in the super doppler 10 weather center. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") winter storm watch up for areas north and west of the metro area for tomorrow into saturday. today: mostly sunny. highs will be in the mid- upper 30s. winds nw
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