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ted at least 25 evidence markers on the ground. take a look at this very active investigation here. you can see police spotlights as investigators are combing the area. this is the parking lot of a garden style apartment complex here at 5 cindy lane in capitol heights. i'm told that this scene stretches out at least 100 yards, half a block to central avenue, which of course was shut down for some time. this is a big investigation. what we know so far around 1:00 this morning two security guards in this area were shot, one man now pronounced dead. police aren't releasing too many details. obviously this is still a very developing, unfolding situation, but take a look. the scene quite large. neighbors are now waking up to see all of this mayhem happening in their backyard knowing that an officer was shot and killed. a second man -- we don't know
the condition of the second security guard, but we can tell you that one of the security guards was killed this morning. so that's all the information we have so far. we will continue to talk to police and try to get more updates but again, two security guards here at these garden style apartment complex on cindy lane in capitol heights shot, one man now dead. back to you in the studio. >> thank you, delia. i'm first alert meteorologist erica grow. a pleasant start to the day. it's going to be a comfortable afternoon, but today is the last day that i'm going to be able to say that for quite a while. 81 degrees at noon. 74 degrees by the way as your' stepping out the door. that lunch time temperature will still be comfortable enough where you can have lunch outdoors if that's part of your plan. also dinner time still looking nice. no rain today. our high temperature 88 degrees today. we'll be down to 87 at 4:00 and 81 at 8:00. right now it is 59 degrees still in frederick. only 57 in martinsburg. 61 in luray and leesburg. 61 also in gaithersburg.
on satellite and radar, you can see our next approaching system. not a lot of rain with this one as we move into saturday, that will make its approach but the heat and humidity are the big story in the first alert seven- day. we'll talk more about that in a few minutes. right now time for time saver traffic. larry, take it away. >> your time 6:02 on the dot. it is friday. metro riders, want to let you know again no issues on the trains or buss so we are certainly in good shape there. -- buses so we are certainly in good shape there. out in virginia we have an accident. early indications suggest it may be serious at dumfries road and folksville -- nokesville road. we'll let you know what we find out but you might want to stay away from this area as police will be working to get more information and possibly free this person from that vehicle there. around the beltway, we are certainly in good shape with no issues either on the inner or outer loop. 395, parts of d.c. 95 free and clear. but it's maryland 295 that we have some issues going on right now. it leaves me to believe
something may be going o some type of accident. we have yet to hear anything yet. we'll keep a close eye on it for you. on 395 for those of you traveling over the 14th street bridge, you'll have no problems. all lanes are open both on the northbound and southbound side. from our maryland camera, certainly in good shape for those of you traveling from frederick toward the beltway n. is i-270 there. southbound lanes free and clear as through rockville into the capital beltway and n bethesda. your next update coming up in roughly ten minutes. itself f.b.i. is leading the investigation into what caused a lone college educated gunman to open fire at two military facilities in chattanooga, tennessee. >> investigators say it was mohammod youssef abdulazees who killed four marines before he was killed himself. kenneth craig has the latest from chattanooga. >> it's been a tragic and long and sad day. >> reporter: people in chattanooga came together in prayer late thursday night after a shooting rampage left four marines dead and three other people wounded earlier in the day. federal and local investigators
are now looking into the backgrounds of the gunman for answers. >> we are checking every possible place that he could reside or could have resided, visited, where he went to school. >> reporter: using an automatic rifle, authorities say 24-year- old mohammod youssef abdulazees opened fire on the marines at this military facility thursday before he was shot and killed by police. while the you can wait born gunman -- coup wait born gun ookuwait born gunman was not on the terrorist list -- [ inaudible ] >> at this point authorities aren't sure what motivated abdulazees to first open fire here at the strip mall before driving seven miles away and kills those marines but they are looking into whether he was motivated or influenced by isis. >> we do know isis for the last several weekses have been putting out social media across the world telling people that they will enjoy ten times the
reward in the afterlife if they commit an act of jihaddism, martyr for isis. >> reporter: authorities plan to analyze the gunman's computer and phone records for clues. kenneth craig, cbs news, chattanooga, tennessee. >> we still don't know the names of the four marines. they're not being released till all of their families have been notified. >> the three other people who were wounded in the attack remain hospitalized. >> reporter: now the concern is growing about the safety of other military recruiting centers around the country because they are looking for new recruits, these centers intentionally make it easy to walk in and talk about possibly joining the military. that also, however, makes them soft targets when it comes to shootings like this. new york city is one place that is ramping up security at their recruiting centers as a precaution. like d.c., new york is always on high alert. former f.b.i. assistant director bill gavin is among those concerned about
recruiter safety. >> there are these military people standing, recruiting, getting like kind to defend our country and they're not defended themselves. >> at this point the pentagon is not asking recruiting centers nationwide to increase security just yet. they released a statement saying they are working with local authorities to assess the situation to see if any changes are necessary. two d.c. men are in custody this morning accused of opening fire inside a takoma park motel. the two were charged with attempted murder after allegedly opening fire at the econo lodge on new hampshire avenue. the victim is a hyattsville man in his 20s. he is expected to recover. a vicious attack in northwest d.c. caught on camera and it was all over a bicycle. we have the video of that attack. before i show it to you, i want to warn you it is graphic and it is hard to see.
it happened on july 11 and d.c. police say it was in the shaw neighborhood at r and 11 streets. as you can see in this video a person is lying on the ground while a group of people beat him and stomp him and jump on him repeatedly. it was all over the victim's bmx bike. it happened right after an event called a bike jam. the attackers got away with two bikes, a cell phone and a backpack. this is what one of the victims had to say. >> anybody could have got like killed or anybody could have been seriously injured because there was a lot of people. they could have done anything they wanted to really. >> reporter: thankfully those vehicle films were able to walk away -- victims were able to walk away with minor injuries, a few bruises and broken noses. they are expected to be okay but police still want to talk to those involved. if you recognize anyone in that video, you're asked to call police immediately. there is a $5,000 reward offered for information in this case. i'm nikki burdine, wusa9. 7 after the hour.
coming up, larry has another look at your morning commute. >> and yesterday may have been the best day of the month, but that weather isn't sticking around, right, erica? >> it's not but at least today is still pretty pleasant and comfortable. i want to encourage you to take advantage of it because it's not going to last long. a heat wave moves in starting tomorrow but today high temperatures will be in the upper 80s and we'll be partly sunny. no rain iran keeps their nuclear facilities. military sites can go uninspected. restrictions end after 10 years. then iran could build a nuclear weapon in two months. iran has violated 20 international agreements an d is the leading state sponsor of terrorism.
72 in downtown washington. it's that proximity to the water that keeps our temperature from falling off during the overnight. boy, that sun looks a little foreboding today but temperatures are going to remain in the #s on, even in -- in the 80s, even in the afternoon. our high temperature 88 degrees. that's also the temperature at 3:00. no rain in today's forecast but showers and thunderstorms start tomorrow and the heat wave starts tomorrow as well. all the details coming up in the first alert seven-day forecast in a few minutes. right now time for timesaver traffic and larry miller. >> foreboding is like my favorite word, erica. no issues around the beltway this morning. we are certainly off to a great start for your friday. friday light summertime light, light all around. no issues on 395, route 4, route 5, 301 free and clear of any issues as we. shouldn't have any problems traveling southbound as you approach the capital beltway but once you get closer to town, you might see some slowdowns. looks like it's just volume at this point. haven't heard of any accidents or issues. we're still waiting to hear
just what that might be, what may be contributing to it. of course it looks like it's just regular volume at this point but if it changes, we'll be sure to let you know. no issues on a this morning either as well. we'll have your drive times around the metro coming up after the seven-day forecast. we'll send it over you to. ahead we'll have another update on the investigation into a deadly shooting in capitol heights, maryland. >> we'll
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i'm delia goncalves on the scene of breaking news in capitol heights two security guards have been shot. one man now dead. this is all happening here at the garden style apartments. 5 cindy lane off central avenue in capitol heights. a very large scene. we've seen evidence markers, at least 25 of them. we're going to have an update for you in about 15 minutes. much more to come from capital heights. for now let's turn our attention to the weather which seems to be not a bad deal for today but then it gets progressively worse for the weekend. >> we're going to be cranking up the ac this weekend for sure. i hope the ac is in good working order. >> check those filters. >> make sure everything is
working well and we heard the story about the pets earlier on in the hour. it's very important to make sure that their paws don't get burned on those very hot surfaces. >> 80 degrees you don't think it's a lot. >> if you can put your feet on it, then your puppy's paws will be safe. you have to be careful out there. today still nice and pleasant. let's get it started with a pleasant shot with the michael & son weather cam. it looks beautiful to start the day along the potomac. filtered sunshine through about noon. then we'll see some clouds move in but no rain today. 75 degrees at 9:00. 81 at noon. by 5:00 it will be 85. that's dropping down from our high temperature of 88 degrees which we're going to reach at 3:00. so today's high temperature is below 90. we're starting in the 50s in a couple of spots. it's 59 in culpeper. 64 right now in orange. 63 in gaithersburg. 72 in d.c. of course that's usually one of the warm spots on the map.
it's a nice look at satellite and radar right now but you can see the system approaching. that will mostly miss us to the north but it will be potent enough to trigger some thunderstorms tomorrow. on 9 futurecast, we're keeping it dry today. you can see a couple of sprinkles in the mountains. that's not going to manifest to anything for us in the metro area. as we head into saturday morning, we're still dry. just a few breaks in the cloud cover. then that line of showers and storms starts to develop as we head into the mid afternoon and that will make its way through the metro area as we head into the mid- to late afternoon hours and then by the early evening, we'll start to dry out again. forecast for today, 88 in downtown washington. 86 in leesburg. 85 in westminster and hagerstown also 85 degrees. take a look at the heat wave in the first alert seven-day forecast. 92 degrees on saturday with scattered storms. 98 on sunday with the heat index well above a hung and still in the mid-90s on -- a hundred and still in the mid- 90s on monday. time for timesaver traffic. larry, take it away.
thank you so much. if you're going to be traveling on i-270, the southbound side at truck scales appears we have some debris in the road. backups all the way to urbana at this point. taking that into account for buckeystown pike to the beltway, you're looking at a 58- minute commute. that's considering those delays in urbana this morning so be mindful of that. on 66 certainly in good shape from james madison highway to l street northwest a 32-minute commute. no issues on 95 from joplin road up toward the beltway an 18-minute commute as well. westbound on 50 from mlk highway to penn street northeast, you're looking at a 11-minute commute. outside from our trafficland camera, we can get a look at how things are shaping up 066. this is west of -- 066. this is west of nutley street. traffic light on both the eastbound and westbound side. good news there. from our maryland camera, we get a look at how things are shaping up on i-270. this would actually be south close to clarksburg road south of urbana where we have again that debris on the road. just be mindful if you're going to be heading out in that area.
we'll send it over you to. residents of a crownian village are marking the one- year anniversary of the shooting down of malaysia airliner. all 298 people on board were killed. the tragic event is being remembered with a ceremony organized by local leaders and russia-backed separatist rebels who control the area. ukrainian and western authorities say the plane was downed last july by a missile fired et by rebel -- fired either by rebels or russian troops. the trial of james holmes enters a new phase. the jury found him guilty of killing 12 people and wounding dozens more in the colorado movie theater massacre back in 2012. jurors rejected the argument that holmes was legally insane when he opened fire inside that theater. there is a new focus now in the lyon sisters case, a case that's gripped the montgomery county community, in fact the dmv for decades. now the uncle of the convicted child molester who's already been indicted is at the center
of the investigation. that latest suspect is richard welch, the uncle of lloyd well welch, jr. other family members -- lloyd welch, jr. other family members may also be involved in the case. the lyon sisters disappeared in march 1957. >> he remains and -- 1975. >> he remains a primary focus. >> richard welch's attorney claims his client had nothing to do with the disappearance of the lyon sisters. lloyd welch makes the same claim denying any allegations. doctors say it could take three to four months for former. george h.w. bush to recover from a broken bone in his neck. he fell at his summer home in maine back on wednesday. he's still in the hospital but we do understand he's in fair condition at this point. a bush spokesman says the 91- year-old former president is being fitted with a neck brace and the fracture is being allowed to heal on its own. one of philadelphia's top chefs is still recovering from injuries he received during
that deadly amtrak derailment in port richmond. >> more than two dozen philly top chefs are cooking up more than just food in his honor. >> reporter: the grill is hot and so is the love for chef eli kulp. this kitchen has been called an art titsic -- artistic studio. >> struck, upset and moved. i've been on that with my kids. it's powerful. it's moving. >> reporter: the superstar philadelphia chef was a passenger and sustained spinal cord injuries. ellen is his business partner. >> it's difficult to wrap your head around how long a spinal cord injury recoup ration can take. we still -- we all miss eli and we can't wait for him to get back to the restaurant, but it will be a long road. >> reporter: a long road but chef eli isn't traveling it
alone. 25 of philly's top chefs and more community partners transformed an open lot next to fork to create a party to raise money to help him cover medical expenses. >> he's just one of the good guys in the industry. he does all the right things. >> an amazing chef and he's like family to us. so i think it's our responsibility and something all of us want to do. >> reporter: but as big as the monetary goal s the passion to help chef eli is even bigger. >> he is incredibly compassionate and inspiring to his team. that's what makes him a unique chef. >> the amtrak derailment killed eight people and injured more than 200 back in may. it's a low blow to steal from kids. >> absolutely. but one man's crime is leaving a sour taste in two teens' mouths. their story is next. >> i'm first alert
meteorologist erica grow. if you're heading to the ballpark tonight, the game will actually be dry and fairly comfortable. the rest of the weekend games not so much. mid-80s for that first pitch at 7:05. if you can't head to the ballpark tonight, you can always catch the game right here on wusa9. the sunday game is also on channel 9 and that was is going to be a scorcher. more on that coming up in the
in case you missed it, you know when life gives you lemons, you make lemonade. >> that's what to girls are learning after someone attacked them. they stole the change from their lemonade stand. who does this? >> i started crying. >> i didn't know if he was going to come back and hurt us. >> reporter: two 13-yard girls are still -- 13-year-old girls are still trying to fathom why a thief would attack their lemonade stand. the suspect posed as a customer in this quiet neighborhood. >> we were just sitting down talking to each other and he came up and asked us for a cup of lemonade. >> reporter: the girls set up their lemonade stand in a shady spot behind me across the street from a school and at a busy intersection so they thought it would be safe and good for business. when the thief walked up he
said he lost his money so the girls gave him a free cup. then this happened. >> he just ran back and he kind of pushed the table towards us and took the money and just kept running. >> we got up and started screaming come back. and then this lady came by and she called the police. >> reporter: one of the girl's brothers and his buddies swooped into action. >> we saw the dude with my sister's box and ran after him. >> sheriff's deputies raced to the scene and arrested 18-year- old santini tate. the girls' got their cash box back and $20 they earned in profits. their mother is still trying to wrap her head around what happened. it may be a while before the girls set up shop again. >> just dirty. now to a call you don't want to receive if you are a restaurant owner. the caller claims to be from pepco. the restaurant owners were told they better pay up in a hurry or their electricity will be
cut off. the owner of the bow tie restaurant in d.c. was one target. >> as a result, our power would be shut off that afternoon. it was a courtesy call from pepco and they were going to shut our power off in two hours. >> nothing courteous about that. investigators say at least four restaurants have been successfully fleeced but the owner of bow tie realized he was being scammed just in time fortunately. welcome back if you're just waking up. we're continuing to follow breaking news out of prince george's county where two security guards have been shot in capitol heights. it aped around 1:00 this morning -- it happened around 1:00 this morning. one of those guards has been killed. >> delia goncalves is live on the scene with more information. >> reporter: we just spoke to neighbors who are telling us both of these security guards normally aren't armdz. looft the -- armed. a lot of neighbors are just waking up to the activity
happening in their front yard. you can see in this parking lot of this garden style apartment on cindy lane. this is in capitol heights just about half a block from central avenue. and there are a number of investigators taking a look at a very large scene. the scene extends about half a block to central avenue, about a hundred yards down the street here. and i'm counting at least 24, 25 evidence markers on the ground. we are expecting a public information officer with prince george's county police to update us shortly on the investigation, but obviously still very fresh unfoaldzing details at this point. what we know -- unfolding details at this point. what we know around 1:00 this morning, those two security guards were shot. one man pronounced dead. again as i say talked to neighbors a short time ago who are waking up to all this activity. a lot of them at 1:00 this morning heard a barrage of gunshots and they do tell me
that those secured guards, the two middle aged men i'm told usually are armed. again, two security guards shot, one dead here in capitol heights. expecting information, an update from a press conference shortly from prince george's county police. as soon as we do get that information, we'll pass that along you to. we're live with breaking news in capitol heights, delia goncalves, wusa9. i'm first alert meteorologist erica grow. a very pleasant start to the day. we have some scullers on the potomac. our camera crew doing a good job following this. 81 at noon. a partly sunny sky. and it will still be relatively comfortable. the humidity doesn't really kick in till tomorrow. 87 at 4:00. that's dropping down from a high temperature of 88 degrees. it's currently 61 in frederick. 57 in martinsburg. nice and refreshing. 72 in downtown washington. it's hard for us to get a real break from the heat during the overnight hours.
we'll see those temperatures rising into the upper 80s today but 90s lurk in the first alert seven-day. a look at satellite and radar. we're staying dry but you can see some thunderstorms approaching for tomorrow. we have thunderstorms returning and 90s returning to the first alert seven-day. stay tuned for those details. right now time for timesaver traffic. your time 6:31. metro riders off to a good start. no issues on the rails this morning. the buses also running on schedule as well. i want to give you a look around the beltway. again no issues on either the inner or outer loop. 395 as well as d.c. 295 as well as the bw parkway free and clear of any problems. 95 on the maryland side shaping up quite nicely as well. here's a live look on i-395. if you're going to be making the trek over the 14th street bridge, you'll have no issues this morning. all lanes are open both on the northbound and southbound side from our maryland camera we get a look at how things are shaping up on i-270. this is close to clarksburg road. you can see traffic starting to build mainly on the southbound side as you travel from
frederick toward the beltway going through areas like germantown and even gaithersburg. as you get into rockville and bethesda, expect things to start picking up there. again no accidents to slow you down this morning. your next update coming up in roughly ten minutes. this morning the f.b.i. is continuing to investigate that deadly shooting at a navy training facility in chattanooga, tennessee. >> investigators say it was mohammod youssef abdulazees who killed four marines before he was killed yesterday. mike hydeck has been following this from the newsroom. mike, where does this investigation head today? >> reporter: why did he do it. that's where the investigation heads today, nick and andrea. police will be checking his computers, interviewing family members, local business owners trying to find out just why this 24-year-old who some say with a friendly personality suddenly turned violent. he was born in kuwait but went to high school and college in tennessee graduating with an electrical engineering degree. neighbors say he got along with
kids in the neighborhood as they were growing up. they don't remember any signs of aggression. investigators understand it's going to take some digging to find out why he opened fire. >> the place was like something on tv. furniture shot up, tvs, walls, bullet holes in them. >> we'll look at his friends, family, associates, anyone associated with him to determine the cause or the reason why he conducted this attack. >> reporter: now court is a concern at military recruiting centers. new york is adding security there, but the pentagon is stopping short not asking recruiting centers nationwide to increase security just yet. they released a statement saying they are working with local authorities to assess the situation and see if any changes are necessary. live in the newsroom, this is mike hydeck. back to you. >> thanks, mike. in prince george's county a woman is still in critical condition after a hit-and-run accident. it happened about 7:00 wednesday night in the 8300 block of annapolis road in new carrollton. investigators say it appears the woman who was hit was not
in a crosswalk. the suspect's car is described as a dark toyota, possibly a camry with front end damage. if you have any information about the case, please contact prince george's county police. an accident that killed a 45-year-old woman is still under investigation in wheaton. police say delores posadas was hit near selfridge road. the car hit a utility pole and then struck posadas. the driver stayed at the scene. she's 83-year-old mary alice tabbs of north bethesda. live outside d.c. police headquarters. police need your help finding the suspects involved in a brutal attack that was all caught on camera. i want to show you that video but before i do, a quick warning, it is graphic and it's hard to see. this is what happened. police say it happened on july 11 in the shaw neighborhood. you can see this man lying on
the ground being stomped on, punched and jumped on repeatedly and this was right after an event called bike jam. the victims were leaving that event and we're told it was all over one of their bmx bikes. thankfully the victim walked away with minor injuries, bruises and broken noses but police want to find the people involved in this video because there's not just one vehicle, there are multiple. >> taken were to bicycles, two pairs of sneakers, and a cell phone, and a backpack. right now it's too early for us to tell whether or not they've been involved in any other incidents but we are obviously checking that. >> reporter: if you'd like to get a better look at that video, see if you recognize any of those people in t we have it on our mobile app wusa9. you can download it. there is a $5,000 reward for information offered up in this case. if you know anything or recognize those people, you should call police immediately. aim nikki burdine, wusa9. comfort food and a fun te.
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it's 6:39. i'm first alert meteorologist erica grow. you just saw the commercial with the fans blasting. that's what you're going to need this weekend. today still pretty nice. take a look at our current temperature. in fact, did you open up the windows, martinsburg? 57 degrees. as we're heading through the rest of the day, we'll see temperatures heading into the 80s throughout the metro area. right now still very nice out there in places like win cheer where it's 61 -- winchester where it's 61 of the culpeper 59 degrees. a little bit of haze on the michael & son weather cam.
some clouds developing this afternoon but no rain today. today's high temperature 88 degrees. that's where we're going to sit at 3:00. but as i mentioned before, the 90s come back starting tomorrow. we'll talk about the length and the depth of this heat wave. it's going to be really hot in the first alert seven-day. right now time for timesaver traffic and larry miller. looks like we have a delay on the blue line, residual delays to franconia springfield because of an earlier train malfunction at the rosslyn station. add a few extra minutes to your mute time. for those of you traveling along 266 -- on 66 in virginia, no issues. shaping up quite nicely on route 1 at glebe road. all lanes open. if you're traveling westbound on 50, you'll have no issues getting to your destination on time as traffic is topping -- is traveling at top speeds. we'll have your drive times around the metroing a up after the seven-day forecast. over to you. after the break, a man is charged for filming a deadly car crash instead of helping
a man has been arrested for videotaping the aftermath of a deadly crash instead of trying to save a life. >> he actually opened the door to get a better shot of the victim and it was that move that got him arrested. paul pelton, now known as america's worst samaritan has an explanation. >> reporter: 41-year-old paul pelton is facing charges for a crime you don't hear of very often, vehicle trespass. but what police say he did on the scene of this deadly accident had eyewitnesses who were there flabbergasted. >> it's disgusting. the guy's mom probably had to see that. >> reporter: he shot graphic video on his cell phone of 17- year-old cameron friends as he was dying inside the car. police say he also shot video of the driver, 17-year-old
daiquiri goodin who was critically injured also inside the car. police say pelton even opened a back door of the car to lean in and continue shooting video. at no time tried to help. later he posted the video on facebook. police say he tried to sell the video to at least to news organizations. we were told pelton wasn't home when we went looking for his side of the story. pelton posted this video on facebook saying, this is all a big misunderstanding. >> i want to offer a public apology to the families of those kids that got injured and deceased in the car accident. i never intended it to be a video that would have came across as like a gore video or whatever. i put the individual out there so other kids can see it and kind of learn from that mistake of speeding and driving recklessly. >> reporter: police also said pelton called the injured teens idiots as he shot his video. >> they're talking about me calling them idiots.
that's stupid, like why did they do that. it upset me because i have kids, too. >> he claims he didn't try to sell the video he posted on facebook. he was asking for donations for a charity he belongs to. no word if police bought that explanation. >> i don't think a lot of people are buying that explanation. >> kind of scenes like a scene out of "night crawler." time now to see what our partners over at cbs this morning are covering. >> norah o'donnell is on the desk this morning. good morning, norah. >> hey, good morning to you, nick and andrea. ahead the latest on the terror in tennessee, including new revelations about the gunman. c.i.a. insider michael morale will join us on the threat of these home -- morell will join us on the threat of these homegrown attacks. and a teenager who survived a washington plane crash. and a super bowl champ who says partying keeps him positive.
>> guard your coffee cups there. no gronk spikes in the studio. >> there you go. >> his name may be interesting, "the new york times" filling in a blank. norah's name was part of a crossword puzzle. how about that. >> yes, i think it was -- thank you so much, andrea. that was fun. >> 28 down, norah. >> you know you've made it when, huh? great to see you. >> that's right. you guys have a good weekend. >> you too. you warned us. those nice temps yesterday weren't here to stay. now we're talking triple digits? >> we could hit 100 degrees on sunday. so today we're going to stay in the 80s for much of the metro area. so enjoy that while it lasts because it's the last day in the 80s that i have in the forecast for at least the next week. let's get it started right now with a look at the michael & son weather cam. it looks a little bit hazy as we're looking toward the cathedral in the background and the georgetown waterfront in the foreground. hazy sunshine for a good amount
of the day. the temperature and the humidity will still be on the comfortable side as we head into the afternoon. but it's not going to be quite as please santsz as it was yesterday -- pleasant as it was yesterday. at lnch time you can go -- at lunch time you can still go out there and eat outdoors, maybe seek a shady spot. 85 at 5:00 dropping down from a high temperature of 88 which we're going to reach at 3:00. it's now 72 degrees in downtown washington. 63 in leesburg and manassas. the cool, comfortable start is going to go by the wayside starting tonight. on satellite and radar, you can see we have an area of disturbed weather that's approaching. most of the energy is to the north. it's going to stay there. most of the showers and thunderstorms are not going to reach us but we will see some showers and storms tomorrow, not today. i wanted to focus on the feels like forecast because it is going to feel dangerously hot and humid as we head into the weekend. today is still tolerable. 89 is the peak of what it's going to feel like this afternoon in d.c. same in
leesburg. 87 in martinsburg. 89 in culpeper. heading into the overnight hours, we're not going to cool down as much as we did last night. as you're stepping out the door saturday morning, it's going to feel like it's in the mid-70s to around 80 degrees. that's first thing in the morning. then in the afternoon, this is just tomorrow. that heat index will approach 100 degrees. on sunday it gets even worse as the high temperature reaches into the upper 90s. so today is the nicest day we're going to have in a while, a high of 88 degrees, seasonably warm with a partly sunny sky. on saturday 92, scattered showers and thunderstorms from mid-afternoon onward and then sunday is a yellow alert day not because of the storms but because of the dangerous heat, a high of 98 degrees. an isolated storm possible but the big story here is that heat and the heat index is going to be over100 on sunday -- be over 100 on sunday. we stay in the mid-90s even on monday. tuesday 92 degrees. this is the longest heat wave we have had in years. that is your first alert seven
day. time for timesaver traffic. larry is manning his way on to the weather wall. still residual delays on the blue line this morning where we have some residual delays to fran cone he ya springfield because of -- franconia spring field because of an incident at the rosslyn station. buses are running on schedule. of course if it changes we'll be sure to let you know. if you're going to be traveling southbound on i-270 toward the beltway, you're looking at a 15- minute commute for yourself. no issues on 66. if anything volume starting to build up around fairfax. typical what we would normally see but if urbana road to constitution avenue northwest, a 45-minute commute. northbound on 95 from cardinal drive up toward the beltway, a 16-minute commute. westbound on 50, still in great shape this morning from collington road to fenwick street northeast, a 15-minute commute as well. here's a live look from our trafficland camera. we'll be able to see how things are shaping up on 50. we just told you things are
going well and certainly from the images there which are hard to see but you'll see light traffic on 50 inbound towards the district. we'll send it over to you. we just met them during our 5:00 hour. team joy out of montgomery county making history. >> tommy mcfly caught up with them at their last practice before going to hollywood. tommy joins us now in the 94.7 fresh fm studios. good morning, tommy. >> good morning. what happened is trying to get a group of vibrant young women who happen to have intellectual disabilities out of the house. they will have really blossomed. they'll be the first team ever to participate in? >> to the special olympics it's the first time in 16 years that the u.s. is hosting. >> reporter: adds the first time in history -- and the first time in history that cheerleaders will participate. >> feels like i'm competing. >> it feels important. >> reporter: team joy is coached by former ravens
cheerleader megan smith. >> i'm a pretty tough coach. all of our coaches are. we give them tasks and they always rise to the occasion. >> she has taught me how to have lots of spirit. >> practice makes perfect. >> the girls absolutely love it but i think the parents find a feeling of home, a feeling of family. >> reporter: coach megan tells me that they are scrambling to meet their fund raising goal to pay for the trip to get 20 girls to los angeles. they've got a go fund me campaign happening right now. i tweeted the link out at tommy mcfly if you want to check it out this morning. they'll have a sendoff for the girls this center at the washingtonian center. way to go, ladies. i'm tommy mcfly on wusa9. >> let's make that happen. we'll be sure to retweet that. >> you can find that link on wusa9.com as well. straight ahead, a recap of today's top stories, including the latest on the deadly shooting in capital heights
where a security guard was killed. >> plus, erica will be back with a final look at your weekend forecast, including the chance for rain and preparing us for every cup has a story. dunkin' k-cup packs in my life were a good fit. a single serving for myself, it's pretty special. it is like having a dunkin' store in my home which is what i've always dreamed of. bring home delicious dunkin' k-cup packs today. your coffee, your dunkin'.
people of the coffee drinking world, dunkin' has a dark roast coffee that's deliciously roasted just right for a bold start and smooth finish that's never bitter. put down the dark roast you've been putting up with and reach for the one you deserve. we've been following breaking news. police investigating a murder that happened here at this apartment complex on and si lane -- cindy lane off central avenue. two security guards were shot, one man now dead.
police are beginning to tow a dodge charger from the murder scene. they've collected evidence and clothes. 25 evidence markers at least on the ground and a very large scene. stay tuned to twitter and our mobile app. we will have continued updates throughout the day. >> reporter: i'm nikki burdine. we are live outside d.c. police headquarters where police need your help finding those involved in a brutal attack that happened last week in the shaw neighborhood. that attack was all caught on camera. if you'd like to take a look at that video and help police identify those involved, all you have to do is go to our mobil app wusa9.com. enjoy today. a high of 88 degrees. that's the coolest high temperature that we have in the entire forecast. tomorrow heat and humidity surge in. we will see scattered storms tomorrow and an isolated storm on sunday. sunday is a yellow alert day because it's going to be really hot, near 100 degrees. looks like we had a disabled vehicle on the
westbound side of the southeast- southwest freeway. actually this is northbound. between 6th street northeast and south capitol street, be mindful. use caution as you approach that scene. we're starting to see delays in both directions as a result. cbs this morning is next. >> thanks for starting your friday with us. be sure to join us tomorrow morning throughout the weekend mornings. >> that's right. >> starting at 7:00 a.m. mike and i will be here at noon. >> we'll see you at noon. have a great day, everybody.
good morning. it is friday, july 17th 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning." the murder of four marines in tennessee is being investigated as an act of terrorism. this morning new revelations about the gunman. the teenager who spent nearly three days in the wilderness after surviving a plane crash tells us why she never expected to live. plus patriots' super bowl winner ron gronkowski. the gronk is here in studio 57. but we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> our hearts are breaking for the families. >> hundreds
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