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downtown washington. coming up, we will talk about how long the 80s degree temperatures will last. search crews are heading back now in the rubble of the water gate parking gay range. the dogs will comb the sight for possible missions. >> one of the dogs made a hit on friday. here's more. >> reporter: well, good morning, the cay cadaver dog made a hit. the firefighters are coming to go through the structure to make sure it is safe. crews have been here through the night trying to make sure they can go in and look and search and see what kind of
damage they have been dealing with. on friday, the upper parking deck pancaked and fell through the bottom roof here. the crews worked shoring up the structure with metal pipes. everyone was evacuated out of the complex. one of the residents was told he could enter the building at his own risk. >> absolutely, this is the type of thing where they had structural engineers in and they have been doing their diligence. if you can't get your car, you have to live with it, but better safe than sorry. >> reporter: now, i talked with an engineer yesterday. this is a huge structure, but he said on the about 30 cars may have been damaged or
destroyed. they don't know how or why this happened, but there was construction going on at the time including landscaping. we will keep an eye on the area and see who comes and goes. back to you, mike. >> thank you. as baltimore remains under a state of curfew, people were arrested saturday night. a protest ended upturning violent saturday night as they broke the curfew and arrests were made near where freddy gray was arrested. gray died from neck injuries and officers who were involved in the arrest very arrested. hogan will attend a church service this morning at 10:45.
the aclu says it's time to lift the curfew in baltimore. they are saying that the curfew is being used to "strip the rights of those involved." they are saying the curfew creates a climate of fear. more than 100 protesters joined in boston with thousands nationwide to show support in baltimore. >> conditions in baltimore in which baltimore blew up are present here in this city and every city throughout the nation. this is not a situation where we are lucky, we are the same in many respects. and we are foul toeing a situation in new york city where a police officer was shot in the face. this happened on saturday
evening in queens. coming up, we will have more on who shot moore and we'll hear from the commissioner. a new trial for lawrence, who lives in prince george's county will be in court accused of murdering his wife. he allegedly testified that he sprayed lysol in her face and beat her. 2-year-old jamison linbery pollard was injured. his father had -- was speeding and had an open con tarper of alcohol at the time of his
arrest. pa p -- mayweather won the big fight last night. the kentucky winner was a back to back winner. the biggest crowd ever filled the stands at churchill downs. the horse was the favorite going into the race yesterday. and happening today at 9:00, the race for hope to benefit brain injuries and brain research. coming up, video the world has been waiting for, the first look at the royal baby arrived yesterday morning. plus, we'll hear about a
remarkable young lady and her fight with cancer. plus, details on what's living up in nepal. well, mike, it's another beautiful day in the metro area. the clouds will give way. temperatures getting up to around 80 degrees with a light breeze out of the west and north west. stay tuned for details on when rain arrives coming up skippy!! yippee!! fun fun fun! shiny! you never listen! what? is someone talking? skippy!! yippee!! look a ride! (vo) made with the funnest peanuts ever! skippy. yippee!!
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getting you started with a gorge r gorgeous day. we are looking at the upper 70s at noon. look at the breeze coming out of the west, northwest keeping things comfortable. 79 at 5:00, and that's when were clouds will arrive, but comfortable all day. 56 right now in annapolis. our wide view of the satellite radar shows two of the areas we are keeping an eye on. a big area of low pressure in the rocky mountains that will slide east ward with a cold front coming in our area. that's our next potential for thunderstorms as we head into tuesday. that's when we are going to see the thunderstorms potentially pyring up. not today. 80 not only in washington, but
in leesburg. 78 in winchester. over the next three days, we are keeping the green weather alerts for you all the way up to 84 degrees on monday. it's going to be a great afternoon if you like that taste of summer. on tuesday, there's the cold front with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. the threat for nors is minimal at this point. if it looks like the thunderstorm res going to push further to the south, we may have to issue a yellow alert. rain is likely again on wednesday, maybe a lingering shower on wednesday. look at the temperatures, can you believe it? none of the high temperatures on the seven-day forecast are below 80 degrees. a very warm forecast, but it's not too humid yet so you can get out and enjoy. >> thank you. relievers and aid in nepal
is being held up at the airport. the united nations is saying it's because of checking the bags. an american climber who survived the deadly avalanche on mount everest says he is mourning those who died on the mountain. he was one of many who stayed behind to help out on the mountain. he is a wealthy real estate broker from texas. >> when i do business with people is every single time when cay events happen, it was game over for me as a climber.
. welcome back, it is 7:16. look at our temperatures right now, 58 in downtown washington, 48 in waldorf. all of us are going to see numbers soring into the 70s and a couple of 80s in some spots. 78 in cumberland and winchester today. a little bit of cloud cover building in as we head into the afternoon. close ire to the water in annapolis, 70s, but up to 80 in downtown dc and 81 in fredericksburg virginia and hd m.d. -- maryland. it is time to protect yourself from skin cancer once again. here are the details on that and a massive increase on the e- cigarette smoking among teens. >> reporter: good morning,
tomorrow is melanoma monday. get a full skin exam and learn how to perform self-exams every month. wear sunscreen, spf 30 is recommended and stay away from tanning beds. a report shows that e- cigarette use triggered among teens. a panel will be held wednesday, may 6th and george washington university to address e- cigarettes and their impact on society. the event is open to public. so, do you think add lee sense could be a link to skin
sansar. >> one -- cancer. >> reporter: she wasn't a sun wore ripper, always worse sunscreen, but this teen still developed melanoma. it's a cancer some think only adults get. >> i have to keep going. i have to fight. >> nobody told us when you turn 13 or 14, it's a risk. >> reporter: when claire turned 13 in 2011, a mole she had all of her life started to change. a doctor suggested it be removed. the next appointment was in three monthings. >> ma ma malignant melanoma, how could this be?
>> reporter: this former television anchor was used to doing stories. >> nobody told us that moles they are born with are at greater risk. >> reporter: mary ann believes hitting puberty and the removal of the mole led to the fight for her life. you won't see pictures of her sick, she doesn't want to be remembered that way. claire's dad, rocky shows us pictures of her room. in it, pictures from a fashion magazine and pictures of her older sister. that brings us to point number two, live live like claire. >> she couldn't let a moment go. >> she never cried about it,
ever. >> reporter: after chemo, she picked a dress that would cover her scars and went out for new year's eve. after surgery, she went out for a party. >> she has taught me to live every moment and live life like claire. >> reporter: most of claire's classmates didn't know she was sick. >> i win i could just be on an island by myself where time stood still. >> reporter: claire knew how precious time is even show she never thought she would have so little. >> claire taught us that no matter your circumstances, you could have something wonderful, something to laugh about and something to be joyful for.
>> reporter: mary ann says that people saved her for save saving -- for bringing this to life. when i told her, she corrected me and said claire saved them. >> now, we are told that miking any link -- making any link between the age and melanoma is a long way off. there are suspicions, though. meet the candidates in rock rockville, maryland at the montgomery county medical association on taste court. coming up in our 7:30 half hour, i will talk with a local author at the top of the new york times begs seller list
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welcome a new princess into the royal family: and what a gorgeous day we have on tap for you, even warmer than yesterday. we are going to keep things dry as well. good morning and welcome to the best place for sunday morning television, i'm mike hydeck. >> i'm meteorologist erika grover. it's a great day. >> it's great for the wine fest getting out by the water. >> and the apple blossom festival continues in win winchester, it's the last day. let's look outside at the weather cam once again at the national cathedral there not too far from our television station, actually. the cloud cover will be building in late, but we will
be completely dry. a couple of folks at the belt way saw a shower yesterday. that's not going to be a case today. 80 degrees at 4. that's also our high temperature for the day. look at this, 77 degrees. the winds remain on the light side as well throughout the day. 43 in frederick, 51 in fredericksburg. on the satellite ray dr., you can see the clear skies overhead, just a few clouds drifting near the dmv. not effecting us. we are going to keep it dry head intoog the workweek. more coming up in the seven day. minge, back to you. a new york city plain clothessed police officer is i
-- was fired on by a suspect. the mayor spoke about the officers' work on the police force. >> this officer, brian moore was hurt, very, very seriously wound ted. he is a brave young man. he comes from a family saying this is what he wanted to do. he served with great distinction. >> 35-year-old demetrius blackwell has been arrested, no charges have been filed. a parking garage collapsed last week. after two days of working in the structure, cadaver dogs are
searching the area. here's more. >> reporter: well, good morning, mike, we have just seen the firefighters arrive. they have looked at the parking deck, the structure that fell. firefighters and structural engineers are going through the process. on friday, the top level of the parking deck fell onto if second and then onto the bottom level like a pancake. the crews worked to shore up the ire a ya with a -- area with a metal pipe. some of the photos are curtesy of tom wall who tweeted it out on friday. investigators are saying that about 1 clash 3 of the -- 1/3 of the cars are damaged restaurant destroyed. no cause has been determined. the area has been under construction and landscaping. >> where the actual collapse
happened, one of the residents said there was water damage up to the tires. >> reporter: and we just want to show you what's happening out here, there's large equipment out here. this huge crane is helping out no the process of going through this structure. folks have been kind of going in and out of the machine here, but we haven't seen a ton of activity. i'm sure things will get started and i'm sure a lot of people are here waiting to make sure things are shored up. in the meantime, structural engineers have deemed all of these structures safe and so people have been come inning and out since yesterday. the only problem they have been talking about is water. the cold water and hot water. some of that was damaged as it collapsed. we are trying to find out if they have working water and hot and cold water today. we will figure that out as the
residents come in and out of the area. mike? thank you. some scary moments for students at a school in ohio. leaders responded to reports of a gunman. the police heard that a man had just stabbed as girlfriend, but didn't find anything when they searched the area. canada is sending more aid to iraq. the prime minister made a surprise visit on saturday and pledged more aid in the battle with isis. ships are italy and france res cued -- rescueed 1200 on saturday. around 1200 were rescued while
the french found 200 people in just three rubber dinghies. protesters smoked marijuana publicly and called for the legalization. well, several hours after the birth, the pri princess is showing the new daughter. here's more from london this morning. >> reporter: the duke and dutch eases of cam bridge are spending their first day as the parent os of a princess. >> they look so beautiful and happen michigan it was really stunning. i will never forget it. >> reporter: prince william made sure that the big brother got to share in the excitement.
the 21 month old got to wave at the crowd as he went to meet his baby sister for the first time. queen elizabeth will soon meet the yet to be named princess. they are expected to let the queen know before making it public. some of the fans like diana as a middle name in honor of his mother. >> everyone is expected diana to be named. >> reporter: 32 years ago, prince william was carried out of the hospital. now, he and kate are proud royals of their own. >> as for the names, charlotte and alice are still the favorites. they have been on everything.
today is the last day of the shendoah apple festival. the event wraps up today with a carnival and craft fair. >> one minute. >> we usual lie start mid march working every weekend. >> i was asked to be, um, you know, the sports marshall and i have had a great time so far. what wonderful people and a wonderful community. >> i started at 5:30. we pull out the floats at 5:30 and get them all lined up. >> there's a competition for floats. i will have the girls meet me at 9:15 on saturday morning.
the judges will come through and let you know if you won and put a placard in place. >> we look for color use, con consistent with the theme. >> are you ready to have a parade? let's do it. >> i think personally, i think old fashioned real honest to goodness parades are hard to come by anymore. what you see now, everyone is familiar with the macy's parade which to a purist, it's not a parade, it's a varietity show -- vairty have variety show that takes place on the street.
this is a parade that moves by slow and people enjoy it. particularly parade purists, maybe people who remember them from back in the '20s, maybe they enjoy an old fashioned parade. still ahead, we hear about one of the latest books. plus, a man is accused of kill his -- killing his wife. speaking of the apple festival, we have beautiful weather for that throughout the dc metro area. a high temperature of 80 degrees for the festival. it's going to stay warm and dry not only today, bu
he's out there. there's a guy out there whose making a name for himself in a sport where your name and maybe a number are what define you. somewhere in that pack is a driver that can intimidate the intimidator. a guy that can take the king 7 and make it 8. heck. maybe even 9. make no mistake about it. they're out there.
i guarantee it. welcome to the nascar xfinity series. pretty much anything you want to do outside today whether it's working in the yard and getting your flowers planted, it should be beautiful. yeah, absolutely, up to the 80s in the metro area so it might feel a little bit too warm. make sure you have a nice, cool drink at hand and more warm temperatures as we head into the workweek. we have more outside on the pa
toe mick. what a wonderful day to get out on the river because it's nice and calm. maybe you need sunglasses for the glare. 75 at 9:00, look at the noontime temperature, already well above the springtime temperatures, 79 at 9:00 dropping from a high of 80. you can see the cloud cover moving in as we head into the afternoon, but no rain in the forecast. right now, 55 in leesburg and winchester. 56 in annapolis. we have nothing going on on the satellite and radar, just a few clouds well to the west and the northeast, nothing that's going to effect our forecast for today. our forecast, we are seeing a few clouds in the mountains, those will start to drift toward uses, but it's a warm and dry day in the metro, on
monday, the southernly flow starts to move in. again, staying dry east of i-81 on monday. tuesday, though, is a cold front that i showed you in the last half hour, that will start to approach and bring a chance of a few showers and maybe even thunderstorms. lunchtime, you can see it's already raining in the area. that starts to move toward us as we head into the afternoon and early evening and there's a potential that we could see thunderstorms tuesday afternoon and early evening in the moe trough. 80 degrees in leesburg. 78 in winchester and haygars town. 52 in martinsburg. 54 in west minister. 55 at andrews. the green weather alert staying with us for the next three days. monday is warmer than today
with a high of 84 degrees. 84 on tuesday. as of now, we are keeping the green weather alert, but if it looks like it's going to effect our commute, we are going to have to issue a weather alert for tuesday. the chance for showers stays with us on wednesday as the cold front will sag through and drop our temperature as little bit. down to 80 for the highs on wednesday and thursday. back to warm, dry weather on friday and maybe a chance of a shower on saturday. mike, back to you. another book, yes, another best seller for dave. he has been here so many times. this is his 13th novel. this is called "memory man." great to have you again, once again. >> thank you. >> let's talk about "memory qth man. this -- "memory man."
>> yes, this player came into the game for one play. he goes onto live with a family. he comes home one night and finds his family murdered. he picks himself up and becomes a private eye. a guy walks into the police station and says i did it and i he has to find out if that is really it. >> how did you go with this. your books oftentimes have a military theme. >> this is my 13th novel. i wanted to try something new and different. amos decker popped into my mind. i have been thinking about the mind. i think it's a powerful mind.
your mind can imprison you in your own body. it's fascinating me. he would love to forget his family's murder. >> oftentimes we learn, watching our coverage of the nfl, people change dramatically, oftentimes getting worse. he has an acute sense of memory. >> he does, but he has baggage as well. he used to be out going and prankish. now, he can't connect to small talk or gossip. a lot of the book a person said, his memory changed. he says do you like who you are? he said i did, i have changed. >> name one of the books that is going to the big screen. >> "the finisher" is in talks.
>> congratulations. fantastic. "memory man." congratulations. thank you for spending time with us. >> absolutely. >> and "memory man" is number one on the list. the 7th annual 5k challenge is taking place this morning. more than 5000 people are taking place in the event. it gets underway in a little bit over an hour at 9:00 a.m. coming up, money can't buy you love, but it sure can make mom happy. get ready. plus, a millionaire on the stand, but could a witness get him off of the hook? nchts
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hands of a jury. 14 years after his wife disappeared from their up state home. here's more on the murder mystery. i need my kids to know that i had nothing to do with their mother's disappearance. >> reporter: the wealthy car dealer from new york and his 35- year-old wife michelle were in the middle of a divorce when the mother disappeared in 2001. the minivan was found at the bottom of the family's driveway. harris sat down for an interview. how soon do you think you became a prime suspect? >> within days. >> reporter: information led to the arrest. all though no body or weapon was ever found, he was convicted twice for murder.
in february, harris went on trial for the third time. >> we are going through this for the third time because he has financial means to hire a law firm to find a technicality. if it was anybody else, we wouldn't be going through this. >> reporter: harris' team is arguing that the blood wasn't from the events. >> if you are out drink wing a crowd, you are running a risk. >> reporter: they say one of the last people to see michelle was a farmer who previously testified that he drove past the driveway at 5:30 on september 12 september 12th. >> there's a man at the site of the pick up and a woman at the site of the pick up. i believe it was michelle. i was always said i wasn't
sure. >> reporter: but this time, he was sure and identified a man he saw nearly 14 years ago. will this give the jurors enough reasonable doubt to e acquit harris? coming up, we'll return to the collapsed parking garage. and weather-wise, it's going to be a gorgeous day. you might even say it's better than yesterday. temperatures in the 80s, but we stay completely dry. and here's a look at pet picks now. we hope you will send them in. this is pepper enjoying time at the park. >> oh, man, pepper is going to need a bath after that one.
more coming up. we are going to see the sunshine giving way to cloud cover, but temperatures are heading back into the 80s for the forecast. >> how good does that sound when you are starting off your sunday morning, may third, i'm mike mike. >> -- mike hydeck. >> i'm meteorologist erika grove. a little bit of cloud cover, but no rain today. a few spotty showers developed yesterday, but that's not going to be the case today. temperatures are heading back into the 80s. let's start off right now with the weather cam once again. our day planner features the sunshine until this afternoon. at 1, we are going to be sitting at 79 degrees. getting up to 80 degrees in downtown washington. a little bit closer to the water, you get a little bit cooler. as the sun is starting to set,
our temperatures will be in the upper 70s. kind of a little bit of a taste of summer. current temperature is 53 in hay hagars town. nothing going on on satellite and radar, our next chance for rain doesn't arrive until tuesday, we will track that for you coming up in the first alert seven-day forecast. now to our top story this morning, since sunrise, the search crews have been going through the rubble at the watergate parking garage that collapsed late last week. after two days of working to secure that area, the cadaver dogs are starting their search. here's more. >> reporter: good morning. firefighters did arrive about half an hour ago. they are indicating to me that they are about to go in and go through this structure. you can see all of the
equipment here, the urban search and rescue, they are here. i want to set the scene here, too. the watergate is a huge, huge complex here. you can see just beyond the yellow tank, there are a bunch of shops. they have been closed because of the situation. down below, there's a coffee shop, a cvs, they have all been closed this weekend. down below is where the activity is going on. the parking deck that collapsed like a pancake. the top level, the third level went to the bottom level and crushed the one below in terms of the parking deck, anyway. on friday, the top level fell on the first level. the crews spent hours trying to shore up the parking deck and now they are trying to get all of the debris out of the structure. i talked with a resident of the
watergate who said everyone was evacuated out of the complex. he was told on friday he could enter the building at his own risk. we are hearing that all of the buildings are safe and dave says he mas no worries now. >> absolutely. this is the kind of thing where they have had the edge nears in and -- engineers in and they are doing their due diligence. if you can't get to your car, you have to deal with it. you have to be safe. >> reporter: things are slowly getting back to norral for the residents. they are saying they got the hot water back around 9:00 so folks are getting back to some sense of normalcy. the cvs and all of the buildings are usually open on the weekend. here we go right here, the firefighters are passing us
here. they are getting ready to go inside of the structure and make a thorough search of the area. they have indicated that -- they haven't indicated that they have a cadaver dog and we haven't seen one, either. we are hearing that about 30 car cars were smashed in this collapse. we are following developments in new york city of a cop being shot in the face. this happened last night in queens. the police say 35-year-old demetrius blackwell open fired in the situation. sampson lawrence the iii's trial is getting underway.
his case ended in mistrial in march. now to the latest on continuing to uphold the curfew there. several people were arrested on saturday night as a peaceful protest turned violent as several of the protesters broke the cur fie. the arrest was made at the intersection where freddy gray was arrested. six of the officer involve ned the arrest have been charged in connection with his death. last night businesses in baltimore were hoping a city wide curfew would be soon lifted. the cur fie applies not only to the citizens on the street, but to the businesses that are open late through the night.
many are complaining that the sur few is costing them money. many of the fast food restaurants hit their peak with the businesses late in the eching as well. restaurant owners tell us that police have been strictly enforcing the cur sue and they have been forced to lock their door. governor larry called for a statewide day of pages and prayer. he is going to attend a church service this morning. frustrations over freddy gray's death led an actor to go on a rampage. he was reportedly unleashing an expletive rant on the train. he says another passenger's comment that included the n
word is what set him off so he vented his anger. coleman, to this day, insists he was not drunk. boxing was a big deal last night. floyd mayweather jr. is still undefeated. >> mayweather beat pacquiao in a unanimous decision. here's more from las vegas. >> reporter: the national anthem was sung in front of a sold out crowd including many senty face -- celebrity faces. all were there to enjoy the fight of the century. the bought started out slow, but soon, the punches began to fly. both men went the distance, but
in the end, mayweather landed more punches. >> we did what we needed to do tonight. >> reporter: mayweather becomes the undefeated champ. pacquiao disagreed with the diggs and after the fight said that his shoulder made a difference. >> i don't think it really lived up to the hype. >> i was surprised it went to 12 rounds. >> reporter: pacquiao may have lost, but when it comes to money, both men are getting the money. it's believed they are splitting a purse worst worth $300 million. it was just a big day in
sports all around, american far row is the 141st kentucky derby winner. he raced in front of the largest crowd ever. chemistry and community service come together for an elementary school program. they are working with science and families that need a helping hand. >> it takes time. it was fun. >> reporter: they are helping their community. >> good morning fourth graders. this looks gorgeous. >> reporter: students are partnering with the scientists at johns hopkins university looking at the reaction of
yeast, flour and water. when it's done, they keep one and donate the other to help the hungry. >> it makes me feel proud. >> reporter: inner faith works helps distribute the bread. >> they are going to be feeding hungry people who are kind of down and out and going through tough times and it really connects them with the idea that it doesn't take a whole lot to help out. >> king art arthur flour helps with the supplies every year. did you know that next
sunday is mother's day? >> oh, i have to order the flowers. here's more. >> reporter: the national retail federation says we will spend just over $173 this year to show love to the mother ins our lives an that's slightly more than last year. a recent survey shows that many plan to spnd $8 on cards and, of course, flours will be presented too. in fact, mother's day is the biggest holiday for having flours delivered from afar. other consumer news, ford is expanding a recall after problems with car doors opening while you are driving. 156,000 more vehicles are being recalled. that brings the total to over half a million. that includes these vehicles. the nation's third largest
ice cream make ire is still trying to pinpoint the out break that was linked to three deaths so far. until then, blue bell has ceased the production. residents in a small town of texas has reason to worry becathe company employs 900 people there. >> if blue bell closes up, the town will close up. that's sad but true. >> the company has recalled more than $300 million of ice cream. they are snot looking at lay offs of the employees. on tap magazine is hosting the running of the economy way economy chiuauas today. the race is at 2. stimto come this morning, have you -- still to come this morning, have you looked at
clouds and thought they resembled a certain shape? well, one community is saying they are getting messages in the sky. have you ever posted a video on youtube? i have never posted a video on youtube, but i am a fan. we are going to have clouds coming in. we are going to have gorgeous temperatures. take a look at what you can expect at the food and wine festival. 80 degrees by 3:00 p.m. skippy!! yippee!! fun fun fun! shiny! you never listen! what? is someone talking? ♪ skippy!! ♪ ♪ yippee!! ♪ i'm bored. hashtag bored. skippy!! (vo) made with the funnest peanuts ever! skippy. yippee!! ♪
÷h waking up. if you are heading to church, you maybe planning brunch after ward. >> it's going to be a bit warmer than yesterday. so, if you thought that yesterday's temperatures were just comfortable enough, then maybe today might be a bit too warm for you. just grab your shade s and you will be in good shape. some boaters out on the pa toe mick and why not? the temperatures are nice and comfortable. 77 by noon. wow, the temperatures are going to be heading to around 80 degrees throughout the metro
areaened even at 5:00 as the cloud cover starts to build, we will be sitting at a nice, comfortable 79 degrees. also, check out the winds out of the northwest. the winds increasing 5-10 as we head into the afternoon. still, very, very nice. we already have 60s out here. 62 in downtown washington. it's still 54 degrees in fredericks fredericksburg and frederick, maryland. hundreds of miles of basically clear skies, but you can see a little bit of activity approaching. this system will miss us to the south, but a stronger cold front approaches as we head into the workweek and we will see that on 9 future capps. we will keep it dry and partly sunny in the afternoon. some of the clouds will fire up as we head through the even hours today. a nice start to this sunday morning. around 60 degrees to start in
the mediate area. a few showers fire k up on monday. an end cation that the heat and humidity is building up. high temperatures into the 80s on monday afternoon. we keep it dry in the metro on monday, but tuesday, we are watching a cold front approach frog the north and that will bring the next chance of rain until the belt way. today, dry. 80 degrees in the area. 77 in hagarstown. a light jacket as you head out the door this evening. you can get rid of the jacket pretty quickly as the temperatures head into the 80s on monday. monday, sunshine for a good part of the day and our high temperature the warmest that we will have of the week, a high of 84 degrees, but we stay at
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