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the tragedy is having a ripple effect around the world. >> so many young, beautiful, innocent people living and enjoying their lives murdered by evil losers in life. as you just saw while you were sleeping, president trump spoke for the first time about the attack in manchester. >> and new this morning, we learned that the death toll has gone up. 22 died monday night at the ariana grande concert in northern england. it wasn't clear whether that number includes the suspected suicide bomber. dozens more were injured. this morning the search for the dead continues. >> we will get to more team coverage. first we want to check your weather and traffic. chuck and sheena are live on the storm team 4 weather deck. good morning, guys. >> good morning. it's comfortably cool
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jacket. not raining. >> not just yet. i would love leave without your umbrella. you might get a sliver or two of sunshine but eventually the clouds will win out. it's headed our direction. taking most of the afternoon before it starts to move in. have your umbrella as a precautionary tale today. temperature wise, a big range. 63 quantico. 61 right here on storm team 4 weather deck. plan on a cloudy day. rain chances increase after lunchtime today. 3:00, 4:00, 5:00 rain becoming more likely. nats game there could be a delay. more clouds than anything else. no washouts coming until thursday. we'll talk about that in a few
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traffic. >> brand new problem on the beltway. outer loop ramp getting by the crash. we're in chopper 4 to see what's happening above. inner loop between river and spur, debris in the left lane and outer loop at little river turnpike, crash is on the shoulder this morning. 66-95 in virginia, no big issues. eastbound 66 before the beltway, incident there on the left shoulder. prince george's county, northbound, left lane is getting by. north bound father hurley at i-270, it looks like it should be clearing out here soon. have the left side of the roadway blocked. 6:02. it is being called the darkest of nights. we now know that children are among the 22 victims killed in the attack outside of an ariana
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another 59 people injured. british prime minister calling this a terrorist attack. >> forensics say this was carried out by a suicide bomber. ariana grande finished the last song when an explosion set off panic. >> our team coverage continues this morning with angie goff monitoring the world's reaction. >> news 4's justin finch is live at the british embassy. justin? >> reporter: aaron, good morning. as you mentioned, this happened at the end of what's supposed to be a very fun night. singer ariana grande had just wrapped her last song on stage, then an explosion rocked the manchester arena. cell phone cameras were rolling on the aftermath here. greater manchester police telling us they got more than 240 calls at
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manchester, england, time last night. sheer panic. a reported sold out crowd at a 21,000 capacity site with thousands running for their lives. we now know at least 22 people have died. some we have learned are children, another 59 injured. confusion and chaos caught on camera. they say they weren't sure what was happening at first. >> no, it didn't sound loud enough to be what it is suspected to be. we made it out, everybody was going every directions. we thought, we're not going to run where everybody else is so we hit under a bridge. >> reporter: and there is now evidence this morning supporting the fact that this was perhaps carried out by a suicide bomber perhaps. it is unclear if that person was acting alone. at homeland security they say
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security. there are no credible threats to music venues. >> justin finch at the british embassy. thank you. leaders around the world are condemning the attack this morning. angie goff is live at the live desk with what we're seeing. >> reporter: eun, the world in shock over all of this. german chancellor angela merkel sending thoughts and prayers. we're seeing frans's interior minister saying online that they'll work with event organizers on securing public spaces here. president vladimir putin said that the country is ready to up its security there. as we go online speaking of the pop singer, she herself expressing extreme sorrow saying she was heart broken and so, so sorry for what happened. she said that, eun, in a tweet. grain one be of
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celebrities posting condolences and prayers. we know family and loved ones are still looking for the missing concert goers hoping that they'll be reunited come today. back to you, aaron. >> angie, thank you. just after 11:00 a.m. in london. we understand the british prime minister is speaking. >> listen in to theresa may. >> many are being treated for life threatening conditions and we know that among those killed and injured were many children and young people. we struggle to comprehend the warped and twisted mind that sees a room packed with young children not as a scene to cherish but as an opportunity for carnage, but we can continue to resolve to thwart such attacks in the future, to take on and defeat the ideology that often fuels this violence. and if it turns out there are others responsible forhi
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bring them to justice. the police and security services believe that the attack was carried out by one man but they now need to know whether he was acting alone or is part of a wider group. it will take some time to establish these facts and the investigation will continue. the police and security services will be given all the resources they need to complete that task. the police and security services believe they know the identity of the perpetrator, but at this stage of their investigation we cannot confirm his name. the police and emergency services have as always acted with great courage and on behalf of the country, i want to express our gratitude to them. they acted in accordance with the plans they have in place and the exercises they conduct to test those plans and they performed with the utmost
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400 police officers were involved in the operations through the night and many paramedics, doctors and nurses have worked valiantly amid traumatic and terrible scenes to save lives and care for the wounded. significant resources have been deployed to the police investigation and there continue to be visible patrols around manchester, which include the deployment of armed officers. so people who live and work in manchester, there remains a large core doning in place which will be in place for some time. the station is closed and will remain closed while a detailed forensic search is underway. we know that many friends and relatives of people caught up in the attack are still trying to find out what has happened to their children, brothers,
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experiencing unimaginable worry. if you have any information at all relating to the attack, please contact greater manchester police. the threat level remains at severe. that means that a terrorist attack remains highly likely, but the independent joint terrorism analysis center which sets the threat level on the basis of the intelligence available to them will assess this today and in the days ahead. later today i will travel to manchester to meet the chief constable of greater manchester police, ian hawkins, andy burnham and members of the emergency services who have come to manchester in need. as i announced last night, the general election campaign has been suspended. i will chair another meeting later today. at terrible moments like these, it is customary for leaders, politicians and others to
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declare that the terrorists will not win. but the fact between us being here before and the fact that we need to say this again does not make it any less true. so often while we experience the worst of in humanity in manchester last night, we also saw the best. the cowardess of the attacker met the bravery of the emergency services and the people of manchester. the attempt to divide us meant countless acts of kindness that brought people closer together and in the days ahead, those must be the things we remember. the images we hold in our mind should not be those of senseless slaughter but of the ordinary men and women who put concerns about their own safety to one side and rushed to help. of the men and women of the emergency services who work
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help and to save lives. of the messages of solidarity and hope for those who opened their homes to the victims. they are the images who embodied the spirit of manchester and bring the continue and a zero rethat has never been broken and will never be broken. there will be difficult days ahead. we offer our thoughts and prayers to those affected. we offer our full support to the authorities, the emergency and for security purposes as they go about their work. and we all, every single one of us, stand with the people of manchester at this terrible time. and today let us remember those who died and let us celebrate those who helped safe in the among that the terrorists will never win and our values,
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country and our way of life will always prevail. you've been listening to prime minister theresa may. the spirit of manchester and the people of england will never be broken and that the worst has been shown by the emergency services people. >> police believe they do know the identity of the attacker. at this point they can't confirm it so they aren't releasing the name as the investigation stretches well into the next several days. we'll update you as we learn more coming out of manchester. 6:12. it was the arrest that sparked riots in maryland. new action being taken against some of the officers involved in the death of freddie gray. plus, a chance for parole. o.j. simpson could soon be a freeman. look at the timing and why now. a
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the day. most of the day will be cloudy but have the umbrella ready. rain will be moving in. we'll be stuck in this pattern until about friday. then we have nice days. chuck and i
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mostly cloudy skies outside here early this morning. a little peek or two at the sunshine. that's really going to be about it. rain chances going up later on today. i'll help you time out that and a peek at the holiday forecast to let you know which of those days you will get rained on. couple of problems on the beltway. live shot from chopper over one of them on the outer loop at g.d. parkway and take a look at your travel
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o.j. simpson could soon be a freeman. >> he's been in a nevada prison on burglary and kidnapping charges since 2008. now we're learning a parole hearing has been scheduled in july. he's been convicted of armed robbery of memorabilia. charges unrelated to the murder of his wife and ron goldman. he was acquitted by a civil court found him liable. >> he may very well get paroled just based on the merits of conduct in this case. previously they ranked him as low risk. >> simpson was denied parole in 2013. if he is denied again this summer, his next chance for freedom would be in 2020. three of the six baltimore police officers involved in the arrest of freddie gray could lose their jobs. >> internal investigation reveals five of them violated police
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arrest leading up to gray's death. criminal charges against all of them were dropped last year. the attorney who originally brought the charges said she is hopeful about this internal investigation. >> i'm relieved that administratively a majority of these officers will be held accountable and i hope that this brings closure to the loved ones of freddie gray, city of baltimore and most importantly the dedicated police of baltimore city. now the officers face charges ranging from second degree murder to manslaughter. the appeals process could take several months. >> reporter: angie goff here at the live desk with this developing story out of howard county. we have a new picture of a house fire in ellicott city. smoke is coming out of the roof. this is believed to have started
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this is in the 400 block of water weed road. one person is hurt. they're minor injuries. we know the fire is out at this point, but there is a road closed. route 108/104 all lanes remain blocked. follow it afterwards. >> the rain is coming back. >> a whole lot of rain chances between now and thursday evening. not a total washout between now and then, but i would keep the umbrella close at hand as our very unsettled weather pattern remains in place. sunshine will continue to be at a premium around here. jet stream, waves of low pressure out to our south. that's bringing us our other chance for rain coming in later today. tomorrow more clouds than anything else. another significant chance for rain on thursday. right now though, most of the rain is still down across southern virginia.
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northward. a little bubble of high pressure that will try to hold the moisture at bay as long as it can. i'd take the umbrella today, particularly if you live or travel south of washington. fredericksburg has much higher rain chances. here's future weather to help you plan it out. by 11:00 in the morning, cloudy. 3:00, maybe a few sprinkles towards culpepper and fredericksberg. here comes the steady rain chances sneaking in so that by 8:00, 9:00, rain is quite likely. notice how the rain hasn't made it up to northern maryland. tomorrow during the day really just a whole lot of cloud cover. not much rain threat until very late wednesday night on into the early part of thursday morning. a lot of rain chances. as you go out the door,
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upper 60s to around 50s. highs in the 60s with thickening clouds. going out to the baseball game tonight, the mariners are in town. should be able to get the game started but i couldn't rule out a delay as rain chances creep up. for tomorrow, a shower early and late in the day. cloudy and cool in the 70s. thunderstorms and rain likely on thursday. friday and saturday look great. temperatures in the upper 70s to 80 degrees. a few more minutes we'll take you all the way through the holiday weekend. outer loop at gw parkway, that crash is on the right shoulder. outer loop at little river turnpike on the shoulder as well. you can see the problem on the
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right-hand side. northbound indian head highway, quite slow through prince george's county after the wilson bridge. as far as travel times, 270 looks okay. top of the beltway starting to get slow. 66 in bound slow perhaps because of the issue at nutley. remember to listen to wtop 103.5 when you hop in your car. get the lowdown on bug spray. >> from clip ones to sprays, find out
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welcome back. as we count down to summer, many of us are going to be spebtding more time outdoors. >> that includes a great insect repel lent to keep all of the bust awa bugs away. consumer reporter susan hogan says what you should look for. >> reporter: with the return of warmer weather comes the return of pesky mosquitoes. with the threat of zika you don't want to take any chances. "consumer reports" says look for insect repellents wit
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deet, oil of lemon eucalyptus and picaridin. k"consumer reports" found the spray repellent to be more effective. natural repellents, skip. most of the plant-based repellents lasted just one hour or less against the mosquitoes known to men. "consumer reports" tested wrist bands and clip ons and found them uneffective. sit thrcitsit citronella candle keep the mosquitoes away. sonic sounds that drive pets, including mosquitoes away, there's no proof that it actually works. next
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deck, have an oscillating fan near you. they're saying people with a fan the bites were cut down to 65%. 6:27. time right now. new horror stories out of manchester, england. >> eye witnesses are telling their story. >> it was awful. people were screaming, people were
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terror in manchester. the death toll rises after the bombing at an ari than grande concert. a solemn graduation day. one bowie state student will not cross the stage after a random stabbing at the university of maryland. watching for rain. the timing for rain and what it means for memorial day weekend. "news 4 today" starts now. concert for people to go and have fun, see their idol, and it's been ruined really. everyone just kind of stopped and then it just all went
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>> new images and new reaction in from eye witnesses at that ariana grande concert bombing. >> we learned that 22 people died in what is being called a terror attack. we continue to work to get new details on what happened. >> at 6:31 we do first want to get you your forecast with more rain on the way. here's storm team 4 chuck bell and sheena parveen. >> no rain but we could see a hibt of sunshine. i wouldn't count on a sunny day. >> 61 degrees, overcast skies outside. you could get away with a light jacket right now. 53 gaithersburg, 59 leesburg. some areas a little bit on the mild side. comfortably cool out. clouds around. clouds with the rain. not with them just yet. rain down to the south heading towards richmond. as we go through the day we'll be mostly cloudy. temperatures cool in the
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highest rain chances later this afternoon and this evening and overnight. may stick around until thursday. >> you're saying there's a chance in. >> i'm saying there is a chance that we could see some sun before the weekend, but that's a good chance. a really good chance. take a look at the forecast coming up. let's check the roads with melissa. >> good morning. chopper 4 over a problem in virginia. fairfax county in bound on 66 before you hit nutley street. you can see the problem on the right side of the road with the buses struggling to get through. we are seeing some delays in bound. inbound 66 at the toll road, left side blocked by a crash there. virginia, 95 is fine. outer loop at g.w. parkway, crash on the right shoulder. stilg hanging around there. northbound indian head highway, have the left lane getting by the crash. you head into town, you can see 11 miles per hour. aaron? >> melissa, thank you. 6:32. we turn to the explosion in manchester,
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british prime minister theresa may just spoke. she said the explosion was one of the worst terror attacks the country has ever experienced. >> this morning we know 22 people were killed, some of them were children. >> and today let us remember those who died and let us celebrate those who helped, safe in the knowledge that the terrorists will never win. and our values, our country and our way of life will always prevail. >> and president trump also spoke just a short time ago saying the lives lost in manchester at that concert explosion were lost at the hands of, quote, evil losers in life. >> he offered his condolences to the families of victims in the deadly blast at the ariana grande concert in england. in addition to the 22 people dead, dozens more were hurt. the president spoke in bethlehem where he held a meeting with the palestinian president. >> our societyan
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tolerance for this continuation of bloodshed. we cannot stand a moment longer for the slaughter of innocent people. >> 6:34 now. we want to head to the scene in manchester. >> nbc's plaut bradley has the latest on the investigation this morning. >> reporter: thanks. british officials are already describing this appalling attack as an attack on some of society's most vulnerable. right now the manhunt is on. police have said this was a suicide attack and the perpetrator was killed in the blast last night at this stadium behind me. now this eventually occurred, this attack, just beyond the opposite side of this stadium just where the stadium was letting out into an area in front of a named train platform where a lot of these concert goers were
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happened near the security area where they were able to penetrate amongst the crowd. this was a crowd of mostly young women and their parents. 22 young people were killed. 59 people were injured. they're trying to figure out if this was a lone wolf attack or anyone complicit in the attack. turning into a nationwide manhunt. there's still been no claim of responsibility. back to you. >> thanks to matt bradley who is in manchester covering the story. and we will continue to follow the latest developments for you this monk. stay with us on air and keep up with us on the nbc washington app. ♪ ♪ tributes will continue today in the bowie state university community after a student was killed days before he was supposed to graduate. the vigil you see here was held on the bowie state campus last
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iii will be honored on the university of maryland campus where he was killed. >> that's where his classmates are gathering to receive their degrees in just a few hours. news 4's molette green is live there with more on today. molette? >> reporter: good morning. behind me you can see some of the early setup outside here for the graduates and their families. they should start arriving around 8:00 a.m. this morning. yes, it will be an emotional graduation day for bowie state with the murder weighing heavily on their hearts here. the bus shelter where richard collins iii was murdered is not far from the xfinity center. bowie state, they held that vigil where people described their beloved classmate, brilliant, honorable. his father tells nbc news he always wanted to help. >> he had a loving and giving
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he'd go out of his way sometimes to my chagrin to try and help othe others. >> reporter: and richard collins iii was celebrating his recent commission as an army officer when he was attacked on the campus at that bus shelter. that is the latest live from outside the xfinity center. back to you. >> molette, thank you. the 22-year-old university of maryland student accused of killing collins will likely stay in jail until his trial. a judge denied shawn urbansky's request to be on house arrest. she called him an absolute threat. they learned he is a member of a facebook group called alt-reich. russia medaling in the investigation into the trump campaign tans a new turn and someone is pleading the fifth. plus, a high school senior with
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and now your storm team 4 forecast. >> good morning, cloudy but cool start to the day. lots of clouds here but no rain just yet. we have to look a little bit farther to the south around richmond. that rain is heading in this direction. as we go through the day we'll be seeing the rain chances increasing. 61 degrees right now. by noon, showers to our south. later today that's when the rain moves in. melissa, new problem out there. >> new problem inner loop at 50. chopper 4 on the way to show a brand-new crash. eastbound 66 at the toll road there, do have the left side still blocked by a crash here this morning. beltway right now looking okay. we'll take a look at all the travel times coming up. >> thank you, melissa. this next story has a lot of people weighing in on the nbc washington facebook page. we want to know what you think. hi
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children and their families attacked. a concert for pop star
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grande ends in terror and bloodshed. nearly two dozen people are dead after an apparent terrorist attack in manchester, england. the tragedy is having a ripple effect around the world. >> so many young, beautiful, innocent people living and enjoying their lives murdered by evil losers in life. 6:46 now. teen coverage. >> we begin with angie goff. breaking news from the live desk. what's going on? >> reporter: breaking news coming to us out of manchester again. what we are hearing is that a shopping center there has been evacuated. >> there is panic in the streets as they leave the shopping
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say that they heard a huge bang, a big bang. this is according to the associated press. you can see people leaving and running from the shopping center. police have said that they are looking into what they describe as an incident. one arrest has been made. details very limited but, of course you know, this comes just hours after that suicide bombing at manchester arena killed 22 people and injured dozens more. we also heard from prime minister theresa may who did mention they were upping patrols and security across manchester. the national security level, the terror level for the u.k. does remain on high alert. and on a high level. so that is the very latest. we continue to bring you more. >> aaron. >> angie, thank you. team coverage continues with justin finch out
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embassy. >> good morning. we know the president has offered his condolences to british prime minister theresa may who just a few moments ago addressed the united kingdom as well as the world calling the concert explosion a calaised terror attack. online and on social media we have seen waves of cell phone video showing the chaos and confusion after that blast. crowds running for their lives. manchester arena where ariana grande had just sang her last song at her concert there. at this point we have reports of at least 22 dead. some are just children. 59 injured. the greater manchester police says this bears the hallmarks of a suicide bomb attack carried out likely by a single person. at this point they believe they know who that person may be, however, they're not identifying that person at this time. now we are told that manchester arena was sold out at the time. it is a 21,000
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arena. now this morning we do have word there is still search for missing people there and that prime minister may will make her way to manchester later today. back in to you. >> justin finch live at the british embassy for us. thank you. back here at home, the russia investigation continues to cast a cloud over the trump administration. >> we're now learning that former national security adviser michael flynn plans to plead the fifth. he is invoking his right against self-incrimination after a senate subpoena for personal documents in the russia documentation. a source close to flynn tells nbc news it would be, quote, highly imprudent to comply. meanwhile, the white house will unveil the president's 2018 budget proposal today. $4.1 trillion and calls for deep cuts to several entitlement programs. that includes cuts to medicaid and the federal food stamps program over the next ten years. there are no cuts to medicare and social security retirement benefits. the proposal also calls for the
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for student loans while putting in place a new income driven repayment program. new construction on beach drive in d.c. could make a mess of your morning commute. the project will soon be shifting to its second phase in northwest washington later this year. that involves the highlighted stretch from tillman street to broad branch road. we'll have an update on when that will start at a public meeting tonight. the full reconstruction of beach drive is expected to wrap up by fall of 2019. it's now 6:50. we want to turn now our attention to the roads. melissa mollet has your first 4 traffic. >> good morning, guys. inner loop at route 50, that's where we had a crash. chopper 4 over the scene not seeing any big problems. normal slowdowns there. outer loop of the beltway, west bound southeast/southwest freeway at the third street tunnel,
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rest of the beltway looking okay. 66 in bound near the toll road, do have the left side still blocked by a crash. 95 in virginia northbound, southbound all looking pretty good this morning. in prince george's county, northbound indian head highway after wilson, you can see the delay on 210 there. southbound 301 after trade zone avenue. crash in the left lane. little bit of a slowdown. top of the beltway, those routes are looking pretty good. 270 at montrose, i like seeing that. that looks pretty good as well. northbound and southbound through rockville. 270 again okay this morning. top of the beltway just the normal slowdowns for you. 66 in bound and 95 northbound. no major worries. you can leave probably at your normal time this morning. remember to listen to wtop 103 point be point 5 this morning. >> good morning, li
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another cloudy one. another morning where you need the umbrella mostly on the cloudy side for most of the day. we have rain that will move in mainly late. clouds and showers still in the forecast through thursday. you're going to need your umbrella. until then memorial day weekend starting it dry but we have showers moving in towards the end of the weekend. look at the temperatures now. comfortably cool outside. you can get away with a light jacket this morning. we will be cooler throughout the day. 61 in the district, 51 gaithersburg. plenty of clouds around. really not much rain though unless you get farther south closer to richmond. that's where we have the showers showing up on radar. if we look wider, look at all of this unsettled weather across the eastern half of the area. -mile-an-hour be any -- marnie available at the shelter. mostly cloudy by lunchtime. more showers by afternoon. more showers tonight. re
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of the week's forecast through the weekend. let's head over to mr. chuck bell. >> good morning, sheena. starting at midnight tonight going into the overnight hours, wednesday morning likely to start out wet. by 7:00 a.m. tomorrow, a few lingering showers. more clouds than anything else. predawn rain shower. cloudy all through the afternoon. by 4:00, 5:00, rain chances start to sneak back up once again. steady rain moving in late wednesday night on into the day thursday. for tomorrow, cloudy, cool. maybe a rain drop before 7:00 a.m. another chance for steadier rain after 7:00 p.m. it's a cloudy day tomorrow. temperatures upper 60s and low 70s. ten day forecast, let's go back to sheena. >> we're looking at a pretty nice weekend. just in time for the weekend. the unofficial start to summer sunshine friday and saturday. rain chances sunday and monday. i don't think those days will be a
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there, too. thank you, sheena. we mentioned earlier in this newscast that a shopping center at manchester was being evacuated. we now know that that shopping center is reopened. >> the latest coming up on the "today" show. 6:54. some riders who don't pay their fares on metro buses are getting more violent. >> scott mcfarland and the news 4 i-team uncover a disturbing trend. >> reporter: an investigation of the news 4 i-team shows a surge in the number of people who cheat their fare. what's more, an increase in those cases leading to attacks against the bus operators, actual assaults. video obtained by the news 4 i-team shows some of those assaults. bus drivers being spit upon, punched and in one dramatic case that went to court earlier this year, a passenger actually stabs a bus driver after a dispute over fare cheating. bus operators tell us this isn
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ongoing concern. was it something you were worried about when you were driving the bus? >> all day long. my main goal is to get home to my family. >> reporter: coming up tonight in our full news 4 i-team investigation, what metro is doing to help protect you while riding the bus and keep the bus drivers safe from the attacks. 6:55 is your time now. here are 4 things to know before you head out the door this morning. british prime minister theresa may is calling last night's explosion at an ariana grande concert a terror attack. children are among the 22 dead in that blast. 59 others hurt. watch for the very latest from manchester coming up on the "today" show. bowie state university will hold a moment of silence during today's graduation. it is in honor of a student who died after being stabbed on the university of maryland campus. an exclusive interview with his father is in the nbc washington app. the student accused of the stabbing is staying in
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shawn urbansky is staying in jail being denied bonds. and president trump continues his tour of the middle east. he's speaking right now at israel's largest holocaust memorial. the "today" show will have the latest on the president's flip a moment. right now chopper 4 still over the inner loop at 50. that crash unfounded. no big problems. do have a crash bottom of the beltway slowing things down. inner loop 295 as you're headed there from prince george's county over the water, do have the crash blocking the lane. quite slow. guys? >> all right. there's your ten-day forecast. 60s today with a lot of clouds around. rain likelier later today. rain maybe a rumble or two of thunder thursday. friday, saturday looks great. sunday chance of showers around. >> that is the broadcast this morning. we appreciate you waking up with us. the "today" show is the next with the very latest from manchester. we'll see you i
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good morning. terror in manchester. good morning. terror in man chester. a horrific bombing at britain's largest concert arena. the death toll at 29. 59 other injured. teenagers and children attending an ariana grande concert. chaos as the blast went off. a stampede of crowd. children separated from their children. police saying it was the work of a suicide bomber. president trump in the middle east condemning whoever did this. >> i will call them from now on, losers. because that's what they are. they're losers. >> this morning the wounded, the


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