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we'll go live to the social media's headquarters for the company ipo. >> wardrobe controversy. a male student suspended for showing up to school in a dress. >> behind the scenes as mick jagger gets ready to host the season finale of "saturday night live." good afternoon and welcome to news 4 at 4:00. i'm pat lawson muse. >> that picture was trouble. i'm jim handly. firps at 4:00 today millions of people had their eyes on facebook all day today not the latest status update but the price of the ipo stock. >> wall street is about to close any second now. we'll take a look at the live board where you can see the stock is closing just above 38. it started at $38 a share and then jumped to $42 earlier. there was even a snafu on the nasdaq. things got a little bit of a late start today but right now as you can see the closing number there just about $38. joining us live now from outside facebook headquarters in california is cnbc's julia boorstin. did the ipo live up to the hype
today? >> reporter: well, i think there actually is a question of whether the ipo was over hyped. there was a lot of talk that we might see a big pop after the stock started trading today but we didn't really see as much of a pop as a lot of people had been looking for. one of the issues that could have hampered expectations, the excitement here, was the fact that the nasdaq said that facebook shares were going to start trading around 11:00 a am eastern. then they revised that and said 11:05. it was only a half hour after that that the shares actually started trading. there were some technical snafus and in that half hour or so when people were waiting that might have really dampened the excitement. >> interesting. so, julia, what are the experts saying now? should the average person buy this stock now or should we wait a while? what's the conventional wisdom out there? >> well, here's the thing. facebook's valuation is about $104 billion now. whether investors buy this stock
really depends on what their expectations are for facebook's growth. this is a company that did $3.7 in revenue in 2011 $1 in net income. the valuation is really all about the future. future expectations for advertising growth and future expectations for mobile growth in particular. if you're going to buy into this stock you're buying into the future plan for facebook which is perhaps diversification away from advertising and when it comes to advertising to expectation that mobile will be huge. right now there are about 500 million people who access facebook on mobile devices but facebook only started putting ads on mobile in march. this is a relatively new thing and when you look at mobile, users are growing faster than revenue from those users. so that is something that facebook really needs to tackle moving forward. >> a lot of room to grow. julia, thanks so much for bringing us up to date. >> thanks. we're following breaking news out of rockville police investigating a shooting outside
the rockville metro station. metro police tell us two people were shot outside the station just after 3:00 this afternoon. these are aerial pictures right now. a person of interest was questioned a short time later at a nearby shell gas station. we are told rail service has not been impacted by this. we have a crew on the way to the scene and we'll continue to bring updates as new information comes into news 4. a private memorial for donna summer is planned for next wednesday in nashville. only close family and friends will be able to attend according to tmz. summer and her family moved to nashville in 1994. her family reportedly chose the city for the memorial because it was close to her heart and because of the music scene. summer died yesterday in her florida home after battling breast and lung cancer. she was 63. the undisputed queen of disco had 19 number one dance hits and she won five grammys. prosecutors have released a mountain of evidence in the
trayvon martin case raising new questions but not necessarily answer i answering whether george zimmerman killed the unarmed teenager in self-defense. this video shows martin buying skittles and iced tea at a convenience store in florida. minutes later he was dead. according to a report the original lead detective believed zimmerman caused the fatal fight by confronting martin who wasn't doing anything criminal. he wanted zimmerman to be charged with manslaughter. also pictures of zimmerman's injuries and a toxicology report that showed martin had the active ingredient of marijuana in his system. there was also an interview with martin's father who did not think it was his son calling for help in the much publicized 911 call. zimmerman has been charged with second-degree murder and has pleaded not guilty. the jury in the john edwards trial has just gone home for the weekend. they will resume deliberating on monday morning. their vote could land the former presidential candidate behind bars. early this afternoon jurors asked to see several exhibits
and they said they needed office supplies to help with their discussions. edwards is accused of masterminding a plan to use money from wealthy donors to hide his pregnant mistress when he ran for the white house in 2008. his attorneys say he did not knowingly commit any crime. they also say the payments were a gift not a campaign contribution. edwards faces up to 30 years in prison if convicted of all six counts against him. maryland's highest court says the state must recognize a divorce for a valid same sex marriage from another state. the court of appeals ruling today involved two women married in california but denied a divorce in maryland by a judge who said their marriage was not valid in maryland. the state does not currently allow same sex weddings but lawyers for the women told the court it would be unprecedented for the state not to recognize gay marriages performed elsewhere. what a great day to start the weekend. but there are, get ready, some chances for rain in our future. >> meteorologist veronica johnson has the latest on the weather and is outside this
afternoon on the front lawn. >> that's right. out here, folks, it is out standing. that's what our day has been today with lots of sunshine. you'll notice the leaves on the trees. those are swaying back and forth a little bit. a light breeze but very low humidity. 75 i think is the perfect temperature for me. that is exactly the way i like it. and we're at 76 degrees right now but so many neighborhoods this afternoon who have been in the mid 70s. we have a northeast wind at 10 miles per hour. temperatures across the rest of the area take a look at that. 73 up in olney and gaithersburg. 73 degrees sterling. you folks around warranton and manassas at 75 degrees. we have 75 degrees also down around pax river. the only thing you might not like that pollen count with the breeze today it's been blowing the pollen around. we're seeing a step down from yesterday but still high for trees and grass. 172 for trees and 41 grains per cubic meter for grass. it is still pine pollen that remains the highest. forecast for tonight is going to
be a super evening with our temperatures dropping down to the low 70s by 7:00 p.m. i've got some plans. 64 by 11:00 p.m. as we told you earlier we've got a coastal storm system to talk about. the potential for rain creeping northward. i'll have all that and where i was today andrews airforce base. i've got that coming right up. >> thanks, veronica. world leaders are gathering at maryland's camp david for this weekend's g8 summit. the global economy will be at the forefront of the discussions and as jennifer johnson reports protesters are also hoping their voices will be heard. >> reporter: the g8 world leaders arrived friday and headed to camp david for a summit to address europe's worsening economic crisis. worries over greece and instability in syria, afghanistan, and iran. before the summit president obama sat down with france's new leader francois hollands as
greece teethers toward a possible eurozone exit that could rock the world's richest nations. >> we look forward to a fruitful discussion with the other g8 leaders about how we can manage a responsible approach to fiscal consolidation that is coupled with a strong growth agenda. >> reporter: global analysts say it is a critical time for the leaders as financial markets worldwide continue to suffer losses. >> it's really crunch time. the situation in greece is rapidly deteriorating. this has huge implications for the global economy and, more specifically, the american economy. >> reporter: president hollands felt it was important to visit the united states in his first overseas trip and look for answers to greece's economic collapse. >> our economies depend upon one another. what happens in europe has an impact on the u.s. and vice versa. >> reporter: the heads of state are meeting near the quaint maryland town of thurmond in what will be the largest
gathering of leaders ever at camp david. the meeting comes just before the nato summit that starts sunday in chicago focusing on afghanistan. already antiglobalization activists and occupy wall street protesters have taken to the streets expressing their displeasure at the world's most powerful leaders. while in chicago, president obama will meet with the president of afghanistan to talk about the future of that war torn country and its own economic issues. on capitol hill, jennifer johnson, news 4. presidential candidate mitt romney is out with his first general election tv ad explaining what would happen on his first day as president. >> what would a romney presidency be like? day one, president romney immediately approves the keystone pipeline creating thousands of jobs that obama blocked. >> the ad will air in virginia, ohio, north carolina, and iowa. >> there is a dress code
controversy under way unfolding at one school in maryland. it centers on a boy who was suspended for wearing girl's close. shomari stone reports from calvert county. >> just angry. >> reporter: high heels, a mini skirt, and a black wig landed warren evans in controversy at calvert high school in southern maryland. the school suspended him for a dress code violation. >> i feel annoyed that they would go out of their way to make it a problem just with me wearing a skirt. >> it's not right. it is not right. >> reporter: parents get in a heated debate about the suspension after school. warren is openly bisexual and says the school discriminated against him. he says boys should be allowed to wear skirts and high heels just like girls. but the school says you're violating the dress code by the way you're dressed. >> i don't think so. >> reporter: why not? >> it didn't say anywhere in the code of conduct in our dress code or anything that says that
boys can't dress like girls. >> reporter: the district dress code policy states schools can regulate dress or hair lengths. students tell me girls wear skirts the same length as warren and nothing happens. >> i think they was just using the skirt as an excuse. >> reporter: school officials won't comment on the suspension. they say that the dress code applies to all students regardless of gender. some parents say it's a distraction for their kids when a boy dresses like a girl in the classroom. warren's father disagrees. >> where some people just, you know, aren't tolerant with that kind of thing. >> reporter: next for warren? what will he wear to prom on saturday? in calvert county, i'm shomari stone, news 4. coming up oh, baby. that's the book. you may recognize her from the '90s tv show "sister, sister" or star of the hit show "the game." actresstya mallory is in the house live next. ♪ >> as if she hasn't already picked up enough trophies, adele
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experience has been, quote, magical. >> one job, two candidates. which celebrity applicant will be fired and who will be hired on the season's celebrity a [ dis? the season finale airs on sunday between arsenio hall and singer clay aiken. in the finale both contestants have to work together to make sure their charity event goes off. >> the pressure is lowered because we're friends. almost seems like i shouldn't say that i'm -- i'm probably a little bit happier if i won but i'll be very happy for arsenio. >> how about a tie? >> i'm fine with a tie. >> a first tie would be great. >> donald trump make his final decision on who gets hired and who gets fired on the next show live on sunday night. watch that beginning at 9:00 here on nbc 4. >> there are no ties. we can say that. there will be a decision. >> there will be a decision sunday night.
from sister to sister to the game and now oh, baby. >> here we go. we're joined live in the studio by tia, here is the book. >> welcome. >> thank you. >> this building has been buzzing for a couple weeks. >> thanks. >> we've been talking about it. >> i hope you're feeling the love. >> i'm happy to be here. >> your little boy is ten months old now. >> yes. >> what is the best advice you have for new moms? >> i would have to say sleep when the baby sleeps. >> okay. >> very, very important. the other thing is when your mother-in-law is trying to give you advice on whether you should breast feed or raise your child, you know, just smile and nod. don't necessarily get into an argument. just smile. you don't need to be stressed. >> exactly. that is smart advice. >> yes. >> you can smooth over a lot right there. >> yeah. if you just smile. >> so you're going to be signing copies of the book. >> yes. >> at the baby fashion bling
expo in arlington. tell us about that. >> i'll just be there. i'll be meeting with fans and talking about my book and signing my book and there will be a fashion show with pregnant women and little kids are going to be doing a fashion show as well. >> do you expect to be an expert? >> i don't know. i mean, i just love everything about being a mom. it's just something that's natural. hey, this week you also made headlines with the announcement that you will not be returning that -- talk about a loyal following "the game" and we've learned your costar pooch hall won't be returning either. what happened? what is the future of that show? >> you know, the show is picked up for a sixth season. it was just time for me to move on. i'm doing other things like writing this book. i just did a movie with tory spelling on abc family and then it airs june 11th on the style network with my sister. it was time to go. >> you think the show will be the same? >> i don't know.
i don't know if i can answer that question. i think it's up to the fans on whether or not they think that. >> many people got to know you and your twin on "sister, sister." you guys teamed up again for a reality show called "tia and tamera" and it will be on the style network. we have a clip of what happened when you got tamera to try some of your health food. >> oh, gosh. watch this. >> mm-hmm. >> wait. it tastes good in the beginning but then it has a -- the only way i can describe the after taste is like yang-yang-yang. >> there is none. >> yes there is a bite at the end. she can have her regular sugar free shakes. i'll stick with regular old ice cream, milk, sugar. just saying. >> take that, tia. >> i know. oh, man. my sister, you know, i'm all about just eating very healthy
but, clearly, you can see that she's not. she's like bring it on. >> what is it like to work with your sister and have cameras follow you in this reality age? >> working with my sister is so much fun. she is my best friend. it's like a slumber party. it never really feels like work. having the cameras follow us around all the time could be challenging at times. it's a little difficult. sometimes you want your space. but it's fun. i'm really happy to be working with my sister and just the show is so much fun. i'm having so much fun on the show. >> are there any surprises in store next season maybe? >> well yeah. you will see my sister announce if she's having a boy or a girl. >> okay. >> and then you'll also see cree for his first birthday party. there is a lot of stuff going on. >> do you have pearls of wisdom for your sister too? >> i do. actually she loves this book. if i said -- she is experiencing a lot of nausea. it's basically just have lemon and water which is great or just suck on a lemon. it takes away a lot of the
nauseous feeling. >> okay. as long as you don't throw that up. >> yeah. that's true. but yeah. it worked for me. >> all right. tia mowery a delight to have you here. >> thank you. >> all the best to you on the new show and your book and motherhood of course. >> thank you. >> the title is "oh, baby" pregnancy details and advice. read the whole title here. one hot mama to another. tia, such a pleasure to meet you. >> thank you. i had fun. >> thanks for spending time with everybody in the newsroom. >> no problem. don't forget you can catch tia mowery at the baby bash and bling expo and show tomorrow at the renaissance arlington capital view hotel. the expo runs from 12:00 to 4:00. news 4's own angie goff will be the mistress of ceremonies. >> true. >> we hope you'll go down and meet tia and have a good time. >> thank you. up next on news 4 at 4:00 much more ahead. a swarm of bees creates chaos on the diamond. >> plus cameras are rolling as a mother has no choice but to deliver her baby at a gas station.
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on the forecast. nbc 4 is a proud sponsor. there we are inside the photo. >> my goodness. >> in the booth and i think we were over fed but we managed to fit like eight people inside. top chefs from more than 100 restaurants out there. >> yes. lots of good food. but in the second photo i think it's you and i and everybody else's photo bombing us. >> exactly. the record is 12 in a booth. we almost did it. >> looks like a zoo. i didn't get a chance to see the lions. they were out i'm told and it must have been because the weather was so cool. >> they were loving it. temperatures were dipping down. if you're going to the game this evening, you know, as the game by the time we end temperatures are going to be cooling off. sunshine right now and we are at 76 degrees with a northeast wind at 10 miles per hour. and look how comfortable it is. the humidity at just 33% with a dew point temperature at 45 degrees. some nice, dry air over us currently. 78 degrees in warranton.
just down to our south and west we've got 76 degrees in college park right there. 76 in town. 77 currently in rockville, maryland. 73 just north in montgomery county in gaithersburg. for your good night wakeup forecast, nice and refreshing for an evening by the time the game ends. we'll be dipping down to the low 60s and then tomorrow morning probably starting out a few degrees below this morning. it was cool. you needed a jacket. same deal for tomorrow morning. upper 40s to mid 50s with a clear sky throughout the area. you can see where the clear sky is right here. notice where the clouds are. down to the south. and it's down to the south off the coast of north carolina, south carolina especially where our attention will be this weekend because there will be an area of low pressure continuing to develop and strengthen and it's going to start moving northward by the end of the weekend. terrific evening. we have high pressure over us. watch that coastal storm system. you'll notice a little area of low pressure by sunday. again, nudging northward. sunshine and warmth for your
saturday. temperatures once again getting into the mid and upper 70s across the area. sunshine and warmth for sunday. but it's on sunday when some high clouds are going to start making their way northward. i do think we'll stay dry here for the entire weekend. at the beaches though a different story. at the beaches you'll see some wind both saturday and sunday. here enjoy it. 64 to 70 degrees for your evening. tomorrow morning a few high clouds, a great start. we'll warm up fast. 46 to 55. so nippy but a great finish again. nice and warm. 76 to 82 degrees. here's a look at your four-day forecast, folks. 80 degrees on saturday. 79 degrees on sunday. we've got the international space station, too, to talk about on sunday. 73 for monday. and, yes, it is looking wet for monday with showers coming in. tuesday is looking wet. a high of just 77. so we get the wet weather early part of next week. our weekend is looking fantastic. there is so much going on. i know there are festivals going
on. we've got preakness going on, the air show. we'll have more on the air show coming up in a couple minutes. >> you were out there. you stayed grounded though. good. >> unfortunately. >> you wanted to get up there. you've done that. thanks, veronica. still to come on news 4 at 4:00 betty white is in town and wendy rieger got a chance to talk to the 90-year-old actress. >> plus the rare birth of a >> plus the rare birth of a white tiger
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welcome back to news 4 at 4:00. i'm pat lawson muse. >> i'm jim handly. here's what's making news at 4:30. a huge day on wall street for facebook's initial public offering. the social media giant debuted its stock today. a snag early in the trading day but it didn't lose its record-breaking $38 per share value. facebook shares closed flat for the day. >> the rest of the markets, however, didn't fare as well with more concerns about greece leaving the eurozone. the dow lost 73 points to close the week at 12,369. the nasdaq lost 34 points and the s&p lost nine. >> this video shows trayvon martin buying candy and iced tea in florida minutes before his death. it's part of the evidence that prosecutors released in connection with the case.
george zimmerman is charged with second-degree murder. he has pleaded not guilty saying he shot the unarmed teenager in self-defense. >> there are several protests under way here and across the country today as world leaders gather at camp david for the start of the weekend g8 economic summit. this was the scene in downtown frederick located just a few miles from the presidential retreat. protesters expressed their displeasure at the world's most powerful leaders. we'll have more in a live report coming up on news 4 at 5:00. hard to believe but betty white is 90 years old and has a hit show on nbc. betty white's "off their rockers." >> today she visited the national zoo to watch the animals. last night she was at the lizner auditorium and sat down with nbc 4's wendy rieger. >> reporter: the audience couldn't contain its love for one of hollywood's most enduring and endearing creatures, the glorious betty white. it was such a thrill to see this sassy and classy woman in our town.
washington by the way is one of her favorite cities. >> i accuse people of sweeping the streets themselves and washing everything down. it's just -- it just sparkles. i think it's the most beautiful city in the world. >> reporter: she revealed that she arrived in washington this afternoon from new york on amtrak. >> i haven't been on a train in maybe 40 years. it was beautiful. >> reporter: i thought you would be on like a private jet, you know, with chippendale stewards. >> i don't think so. that's some other betty. >> reporter: on friday she heads to the national zoo for a private visit. she is a strong advocate of zoos believing many animals would be extinct if not for the breeding pro-fwrams that rgrams that res species. she also says if she could ask people to do one thing for animals it would be this. >> practice kindness and spread the word of kindness. always take the animal's point of view as well as your own.
and appreciate them. just don't take them for granted. we're losing them far too fast. >> betty white was as gracious as you could expect, patiently signing autographs for the media and posing for pictures. and the saucy wit that has made the 90-year-old so refreshingly real is clearly not an act. do you ever have time to date? >> that's none of your business. >> then she decided to clam up. who doesn't love betty white? she has a new book "betty and friends my life at the zoo." >> i assume that answer means yes. >> i guess it does. >> mind your business. >> don't ask anymore. a bunch of hollywood heavyweights are in france this week attending the cannes film festival. >> but something is missing this year. there was a star-studded celebration last night honoring women in film. stars from diane kruger to alec baldwin attended. ironically this year's festival does not feature any female directors in the major
competitions. many of the a-listers said it's important that women be represented on both sides of the camera. >> women have a different point of view, a different cause, different reasons and we want to be heard, yet i think hopefully they will encourage women to just say i'm going to make a movie and it shouldn't matter if you're a man or woman. >> the season finale of "snl" is going to have all the moves. >> it's going to be huge. tomorrow night mick jagger pulls double duty as both host and musical guest on "snl." jagger has performed on snl many times through the decades and has also made cameo appearances and sketches like the memorable jimmy fallon who played jagger. remember that with the mirror on either side of it? the rolling stones front man says it's taken years for the show creator lauren michaels to convince him to host. >> so i've always said to lauren
when he asked me, i don't want to do it. too much like hard work. i was right of course. it is too much like hard work. but it's a lot of fun. >> you can catch mick jagger on "snl's" season finale tomorrow night 11:30 here on nbc 4. there is more to come on news 4 at 4:00. investigators say the case of a missing girl in arizona is not cold. details ahead. plus a woman causes quite the commotion when she walks into the store. >> liz crenshaw. memorial weekend is right around the corner. will last year's sunscreen still protect from you the sun's rays? [ female announcer ] with xfinity, you can always expect more. like more on demand shows and movies than ever. and more ways to discover them too. plus more speed from america's fastest internet provider. so you can run more devices at the same time. ♪ feel a firework [ female announcer ] and best of all, it keeps getting better. no wonder more people choose xfinity
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we're ready for some answers. we have the questions. does sunscreen lose its strength over time? what is the difference between memorial day and labor day and we have a question about sunless tanning lotions. it's almost memorial day weekend and we have sun safety questions in today's ask liz. >> sort of a tanning memorial day sort of compendium for you today. >> good. i like that word. a sunny day to start us off. first up from jerry in oxon hill jerry has old bottles of sunscreen from last year. and he wants to know, does it lose its strength over time? >> the american academy of derick tollology helped us with this answer. it says the u.s. food and drug administration requires that all sunscreens stay at their original strength for at least
three years. that means sunscreen that you bought last year should still protect you this year. however, if you aren't sure when you purchased your old sunscreen, it is best to toss it out and buy a new bottle. some sunscreens do have expiration dates on the bottle so simply check for that. that is a good new thing they're doing. >> that is good. next question from sylvia in the district. she wants to know if there are any harmful health effects from using sunless tanning lotions. >> everybody likes to look like they have color without going in the sun. we contacted lombardi cancer institute at georgetown university for this question. it says the only harmful effects of sunless tanning lotions is that some people are allergic to them. some people also complain about skin stains caused by the lotions. you should also know that sunless tanning lotion does not protect you against sunburn. remember, many doctors recommend wearing sunscreen whenever you're outside and they suggest applying that sunscreen liberally 20 minutes before you go out and cover all that exposed skin. don't forget the tops of your ears, backs of your legs, and
the back of your neck. limit your sun exposure between 10:00 and 4:00 when that sun is the strongest. >> or fake and bake. remember gout to put thyou got sunscreen over it. the final question from tom in d.c. tom asks what is the difference between veterans day and memorial day? >> good to get this straight. we went to the department of veterans affairs. it says many people do confuse memorial day with veterans day. memorial day is a day for remembering and honoring military personnel who died in the service of their country. it is particularly meant to honor those who died in a battle or as a result of wounds sustained in battle. now, veterans day, which is in november, is a day that is set aside to thank and honor all those who served honor ashleyy in the military in war time or in peace time. so if you've got a question you'd like us to consider for ask liz send it to us at nbc washington.com. you can also connect with me on twitter. just search liz crenshaw and on facebook by searching liz crenshaw's consumer watch. coming up on ask liz at news 4 at 5:00, how much sunscreen is
enough? and are those uv sunglasses worth the price? what is important to keep in mind when choosing a sunscreen for yourself or your kids? we'll tell you at 5:00. >> all right. safe tanning until then. the sun is still out. you say 4:00. >> that's right. >> that is the strongest. >> before 10:00 and after 4:00. you'll want to be there in the middle of the -- you won't want to be there in the middle of the day. when news 4 at 4:00 continues new developments in the case of a missing girl in arizona. plus all eyes will be on the skies this weekend for the air show
there was quite a buzz at a colorado rockies game when a swarm of bees took over the field. the insects descended on denver's coors field yesterday. they settled at a photographer's well after heading down the first baseline. a beekeeper was called in to handle the situation. took him just a few minutes to move the little stingers to a new hive. the game resumed shortly after that. the rockies lost to the diamond backs, 9-7. >> those are anti-media bees. they don't like the press. >> blame those bees. meanwhile our weather here is great weather for bees. great weather for bees. great weather for the air show that's going to be taking place this weekend. of course i said earlier there is a lot going on this weekend but the forecast for the air show was the earlier part of today and it was absolutely
fantastic. shawn tucker is an arobatic pilot. you could really tell his enthusiasm. 79 for saturday. 77 degrees for sunday. we'll see some clouds creep into the area sunday but we're not talking about any rain around here. notice our wind out of the northeast at about 10 to 15 miles per hour for the weekend. now the beach locations will have much stronger wind so know that and we'll give you the water temperature too in a moment. 75 degrees in hollywood right now. hollywood, maryland. germantown, maryland 74. bristow, virginia at 79 degrees. so there were a couple neighborhoods today that got close to 80 degrees. there is an area of low pressure down south that we talked about as this nudges closer and closer to the coast this weekend we'll see an easterly wind and that wind could become stronger. so the beach locations everywhere from the carolinas northward probably as far north
as rehoboth will have a windy time this weekend. by monday the rain will be coming into the area a 40% to 50% chance of rain around the area for monday, tuesday, even wednesday it might be pretty wet. but the water temperature 64 degrees and the temperatures will drop with that cloud cover on monday, too. tomorrow morning 45. 55 in d.c. 56 degrees in fredericksburg, a bit of a cool start for us. right? 80 degrees though the high temperature. so we're back up above average with our high temperature by the afternoon. the weekend stays dry but clouds come in for sunday. so the prettiest day out of the weekend is sunday. kind of an ugly time of it for monday and tuesday but down across areas of the deep south this weekend will be ugly too with a lot of rain and the rain heads right on northward and sticks with us through mid week and probably even thursday with a chance of some showers. maybe even some thunderstorms. your highs next week in the mid to upper 70s but this weekend parked right around 80 degrees. so not too shabby, guys.
for the weekend you got plans? >> we do now. coming through for us. the air show sounds great. >> my goodness, it is. of course it was a beautiful day today. that's where i was right there at andrews joint air base there. school kids were out today. there were a lot of other special guests. the air force families, air service families were out. media was out. the air show of course was open to the public. it is saturday. it's sunday. you've got the blue angels, the golden knights. by the way, i waited all day for that interview with the blue angels. they never gave it to me. >> oh, no. >> i know. then you got some other stunt performers too. the commander of the base told me there's plenty to do even when you're not looking up. >> the weather is going to be fantastic. we've got the finest aircraft. >> you have to listen really hard to hear what he's saying. i guess that's what it is. listen, the air show is free. the first show is at 8:00 a.m. tomorrow.
remember, you can't park on base so the best way to get there of course is the shuttle. to get there you park at fedex field or at branch avenue metro. and the last bus on both days heading there is at 1:00. >> okay. >> but remember there is no air show next year. because they're skipping. they're doing it every other year now to save money. >> right. >> so get out there. >> all right. going to be a great weekend. thanks, veronica. a zoo in eastern india is celebrating the birth of three white tiger cubs. the animals were born yesterday. folks at the zoo say the cubs are nice and healthy but the park's vets are keeping them under close observation while they adjust to their new environment. aren't they cute? white tigers also known as white bengal tigers are very rare. their coloration depends on a recesssive gene passed on to them by their parents. can't see yet. >> coming up next on news 4 at 4:00 a mother forced to deliver her baby at a gas station. hear from the proud parents. >> plus all eyes and we mean all eyes were on this woman as she walked into a store.
coming up on news 4 at 5:00 breaking news. a person in custody after a shooting at a metro station. a foul problem. this local neighborhood dealing with a bird invasion and it isn't the first time they've made the news. spanish small plates all the rage in d.c. "the washington post" food critic tom sietsema weighs in on a new restaurant in dupont circle. and stick around. coming up on news 4 at 6:00 a bike thief finds he is not so great on two wheels.
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take a good look. a woman walked into this lumber store in upstate new york. it happened tuesday as you can see from the security camera she is wearing her birthday suit. police say she made another stop at a nearby store. no word on why the woman was shopping without clothes. maybe she was looking for a dress shop. she was charged with public lewdness. >> all righty then. check out this surveillance video at a gas station. this father-to-be's wife was inside this truck about to give birth when it became clear the florida couple wasn't going to make it to the hospital they pulled over at the gas station and delivered this. they dialed 911 but the baby wasn't waiting. he delivered little baby colton right there. the fire truck showed up in time to cut the umbilical cord and make sure everything was all right. >> a baby.
>> the adrenalin flows and it's there. you know, you make things happen. >> i mean, it was, well, it was apprehensive at the time. you've got to feel great. >> i feel awesome. i still think i'm a little shocked. you know? just, you know, it's been a big day. >> mother and baby are doing just fine tonight and dad has recovered as well. they say he can't wait until little colton gets older to tell the story about how he dmim the world. >> when we come right back on news 4 at 4:00 police try to find a missing girl in a
a revelation in the case of a missing child from arizona. child welfare authorities confirm that last year they visited the home where 6-year-old isabelle chelis was last seen four weeks ago today. nbc's miguel almaguer reports that detectives say they are making progress in the case. >> reporter: at the request of authorities, isabel's father has stayed away from his wife and two boys for the last week. investigators now confirm child protective services first visited the home back in december though a law enforcement source tells nbc news the incident was minor and did not involve isabel. >> we are equally investigating
the possibility of somebody unknown to the family having taken isabel from the home as well as somebody either within the family or known to the family. >> reporter: at a tucson construction site thursday homicide detectives discovered bones but quickly determined they were not connected to the missing first grader last seen four weeks ago today. police say they've encouraged sergio and becky to speak to the media though neither has talked publicly for days. they sat down with nbc news two and a half weeks ago. what do you think happened to isa? >> kidnapped. kidnapped. >> reporter: but law enforcement sources say the home which is surrounded by a five-foot wall and protected by three dogs shows no evidence of a stranger abduction. detectives say this case is far from cold as investigators pore through weeks of evidence. >> the fact that they're saying it could take two or three more weeks of a planned investigative process indicates they know what they're doing and they have a plan. >> reporter: with a team of 50
including help from the fbi and u.s. marshal's office tucson p.d. says they have consist bell's case will be resolved. >> we will never give up. we will never give up looking for you. >> reporter: police say isabel's parents are fully cooperating but law enforcement sources tell nbc news sergio solis's statements have been, quote, inconsistent. thursday night, not far from the family home, volunteers fanned out once again in issa's neighborhood. >> isabel is not related to me. i just, this whole community has been rocked by this. >> police say they have no suspects but believe they may be just one tip away from solving it. now at 5:00 breaking news. a shooting outside a metro station. off the top of news 4 at 5:00 two teenagers shot outside the rockville metro station. >> police have a person in custody now. jackie bensen is live on the scene for us where a news
conference just wrapped up. >> reporter: well, at that news conference we learned there are two victims. a 16-year-old boy who is the most seriously injured but his injuries are described as nonlife threatening. and an 18-year-old young woman. i'm told by a witness that the bullet literally cut across her skirt as it grazed her leg. she is -- her injuries are also nonlife threatening. it was a chaotic scene here. 2:30 in the afternoon the station was filled with riders including students from richard montgomery high school and rockville high school. we're told the suspect was taken into custody at a gas station a few blocks away and we were told at this press conference by major tim marsh of rockville city police that at that time a gun was recovered. >> the shooter and the primary victim are known to one another. in is not a stranger based event. investigation and the joint response to this