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here are construction workers braving today s cold temperatures while working at the intersection of bute and boush in downtown norfolk. chief meteorologist patrick rockey is in the live vipir forecast center - with your no wait weather. patrick? more frigid weather and several chances for snow on the way. wednesday morning won t be quite as cold or quite as windy as tuesday morning, but it will still be awfully chilly. expect temperatures in the upper teens and lower 20s with wind chill values in the lower teens. but by the afternoon most of us will climb into the mid- and even upper-30s. in the afternoon we will also notice an increase in clouds ahead of a fast-moving area of low pressure. we call this kind of system an alberta clipper the clipper will swing through the region wednesday night. it could bring us some brief snow showers and even
moves out around midnight. then our attention turns to the monster storm on the way for friday and saturday. for a big part of the country this could be an historic winter storm. some parts of virginia, erst virginia and maryland could see 3 feet or more of snow. for us, there are still big questions about how much snow and how much rain will fall. right now, it looks like we will start friday with snow showers before we see a changeover to rain in the afternoon. then we could see a changeover back to snow on saturday as the system pushes away and colder air comes rushing in. there is still a lot of uncertainty about this storm system and the forecast can and will change between now and then. check back with us often.
coverage continues in norfolk that )s where we find newschannel 3 s todd corillo and todd -- the cold weather can really impact people as they work to stay warm at home! that )s absolutely right kurt everyone is bundling up right now -- and when you get home -- you re cranking up the heat--and the demand for power. every you go in hampton roads -- people are bundled up right now that )s because cold cold cold -- is the only refrain we )re talking about. in a week that already saw snow on sunday in some parts -- and more that could be on tap twice more this week -- folks are looking for ways to stay warm at home and that can lead to a greater demand for power. doing that will also help save on
harris with dominion virginia power says there are easy ways to keep the heat in and your bill down. with the possibility for more winter weather on the way -- dominion says they re monitoring the systems closely -- to make sure the power stays on dominion tells us if your power does go out when it s this cold out -- the best thing to do is report it immediately! the sooner they know -- the sooner they can fix it. live in norfolk -- todd corillo -- newschannel 3. and download the newschannel three app for the latest on the dropping temperatures and alerts on the possible winter storm. its a free download for your smart phone or tablet --
newschannel three on top of developing news in surry county -- newschannel 3 s brendan ponton is live where were continuing to follow a fire burning at a meat processing plant. brendan -- what s the latest? firefighters are battling a huge fire at a meat processing plant building behind edwards ham shoppe on rolfe highway. the building is fully engulfed by the fire with smoke showing, according to emergency services coordinator tamara arthur. fire agencies from claremont, dendron and surry county are working the fire. isle of wight and sussex fire departments are assisting the crews. crews have cleared the building and say no one was inside. reports of explosions were heard after the fire started. the call about the fire came in at 12:39 p.m.
new details-- on a newport news double homicide leading to an officer- involved shooting. police now say 33-year-old laratio dantzler has been arrested after being released from the hospital yesterday. officials say he shot and killed cadre grey and quinton kelly. it happened last thursday on 14th street and wickham avenue. police got a call about an accident-- but when officers got there-- they found grey and kelly dead inside a vehicle. a little while later-- officers found someone who matched the description of a possible suspect. that )s when police say dantzler and the officer both fired their weapons. he s facing several charges, including two counts of first degree murder. tonight loved ones are mourning the loss of an 18 year old. friends say the gunman and the victim were
newschannel 3s margaret kavanagh is live tonight in the newsroom. margaret we spoke with some of the victims friends. theyre devastated and tearfully told me how wonderful their friend joshua morrison was. 22:12 he )s always trying to stay positive and keep everyone happy. it was a very outgoing kid. dean roberts says he cant believe whats happened to his longtime friend that he says he has known since childhood. josh morrison is on the left - and dean is on the right and says it )s the last picture they took-p&together. 22:41 )i didn t want to believe it s true. friends say josh was shot to death in a car. the 18 year old is from yorktown - according to the sheriff s office. tonight 18 year old dijon whitter is locked up in the gloucester county jail accused of murder. 24:37 i ve heard of him pulling guns on random people just kidding around before so that s why never associated with him. weve reached out to whitter at the jail, but jail officials say he was not interested in speaking with us.
lane and ditchley drive early sunday morning for reports of gunshots. there was a party down the street. 4 people were shot - three survived and friends say josh was killed. they say he was friends with dijon and the two spent a lot of time together. friends i spoke with were stunned by the news. they sent me pictures of a memorial thats been set up on gill lane -- the spot where the shooting happened. 22:33 it )s devastating i woke up to that phone call i couldn )t handle my own it tore me up there were three other people reportedly shot. sheriff s officials say a 15 year old girl and two 20 year old men. the father of one of victims told me his daughter was released from the hospital. the man charged in a deadly high speed wreck in richmond last year has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. a judge ruled that robert gentil be taken to a state mental
held and evaluated for 45 days afterwards the judge will review the evaluation. gentil is accused of killing elizabeth pryor in a car accident last april -- police say he was going about 90 miles per hour when he ran into her car. pryor s sister flew in from london today to be there and spoke right after court. gentil family went over and apologized to pryor s sister for loss...that was the first time the two families have met gentil will be back in court on march 11 after his evaluation working for you a norfolk k9 laid to rest. a funeral for norfolk k9 krijger just wrapped up. newschannel 3 s nadeen yanes was at the service has more. chief michael goldsmith / norfolk police department 15-21 jake clark / norfolk k9
49-52 trt 1:18 norfolk, va.- norfolk police held a private memorial service for k9 officer krijger today at 2p.m. that private memorial service was for the law krijgerenforcem ent community only and will be held at the norfolk police k9 range. an internment with full honors by the norfolk police honor guard will follow at the garden of the pines pet cemetery in virginia beach. krijger was killed on monday, january 11th after police say an armed, barricaded suspect shot and killed the him while police were trying to arrest him. krijger, which means )warrior ) in dutch had served 3 years with the norfolk police department. chief michael goldsmith spoke exclusively to newschannel 3 about the impact it has on the department. )this is about as bad as it gets for a k-9 officer, to watch their partner go down in the line of duty, ) said chief goldsmith.-p& while he may not have raised -phis paw and swore and oath, he is still a part of our police family. it wasn )t too long ago-p&that krijger was laid in his final
there were two ceremonies today where hundred came out to honor his life. a vehicle is stolen and now police need your help solving the case. a closer look at surveillance footage police think may help catch whose responsible. plus -- lucky powerball winners are presented with their prize in virginia beach. how much cash they )re taking
police need your help after a truck is stolen in chesapeake. take a good look at this surveillance video. investigators are looking to identify the individuals in connection to a 2002 dodge dakota that was stolen on pattie lane on december 12th. police say several vehicles were also broken into near that area and someone used credit cards stolen during those thefts at nearby stores. if you recognize anyone in this video call the crimeline at 1- 888-lock-u-up. in suffolk- police are looking for a man accused of robbing a rite aid pharmacy. it happened sunday at the rite aid on north main street. investigators released this surveillance footage of a man they believed entered the store, implied he had a weapon and demanded prescription meds from the pharmacist. authorities say he fled the pharmacy on foot. no one was hurt. if you have any info on this case, you )re asked
also in suffolk, officers are looking for someone driving around and vandalizing mailboxes in one neighborhood. police say several mailboxes were damaged near longstreet lane sunday. they believe someone driving a large off road pick up with a loud exhaust rode around the area damaging the mailboxes. no word yet on what ( exactly the suspected vehicle looks like. on the military watch- the crew of the u-s-n-s patuxent puh-tux-cent is gearing up to deploy from naval station norfolk this week. the crew is scheduled to head out thursday at three p-m. their mission is to provide fuel and other critical supplies to navy ships at sea-- making sure they stay combat ready. the patuxent recently returned home for the holidays after a six month deployment. the ship carries a crew of about one hundred. he didn t win the historic one- point-five billion powerball jackpot-- but one lucky winner in virginia beach was presented with a million dollar check
teofilo mesina was presented with the smaller prize today at a seven--eleven location on lynnhaven parkway, where he purchased the winning ticket. mesina says he wasn t big on the lottery but would only purchase tickets every once in a while. he didn t watch the live drawing but checked his numbers later that night. a ten thousand dollar prize was also presented today. the billion dollar jackpot was split between three winning tickets, sold in florida, tennessee and california. more frigid weather and several chances for snow on the way. wednesday morning won t be quite as cold or quite as windy as tuesday morning, but it will
be awfully chilly. expect temperatures in the upper teens and lower 20s with wind chill values in the lower teens. but by the afternoon most of us will climb into the mid- and even upper-30s. in the afternoon we will also notice an increase in clouds ahead of a fast-moving area of low pressure. we call this kind of system an alberta clipper the clipper will swing through the region wednesday night. it could bring us some brief snow showers and even a light dusting before it moves out around midnight. then our attention turns to the monster storm on the way for friday and saturday. for a big part of the country this could be an historic winter storm. some parts of virginia,
see 3 feet or more of snow. for us, there are still big questions about how much snow and how much rain will fall. right now, it looks like we will start friday with snow showers before we see a changeover to rain in the afternoon. then we could see a changeover back to snow on saturday as the system pushes away and colder air comes rushing in. there is still a lot of uncertainty about this storm system and the forecast can and will change between now and then. check back
the virginia sports hall of fame announced it s 2016 inductees in richmond today. and some local sports heroes have made the list. some of this year s inductees include former general manager of the local tides dave rosenfield. rosenfield took the position in 1963 and led the tides for 48 years, according to the virginia hall of fame. marianne stanley, got her first head coach job at o-d-u and helped lead the lady monarchs
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