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the impact all this cold weather on the morning routine. >> breaking news. police on the trail of two men on the road expected in deadly shootings in paris. richard jordan at the live desk with the latest. let's get you up to speed. french police say they are closing in on the two brothers behind the shooting rampage at the charlie hebdo magazine headquarters on wednesday. these are live pictures where the standoff is taking place. 25 miles northeast of paris. this is not far from the charles duegall airport. there are helicopters in the air in that flight space right now. here's how all of this got started. there were shots fired at the brothers when the brothers pulled off a car-jacking. it started a gun battle.
at least one hostage these men apparently have held up in a factory there. this is not far from the gas station where there was a reporting sighting of them yesterday. again, helicopters in the air right now. a perimeter has been set up. french authorities say is they are confident they've got these guys. they've got these guys cornered in this area. this operation is unfolding right now. we will stay on top of it all morning. aaron and eun. thank you, richard jordan, from the live desk. 5:01. welcome to news 4 today. we'll start off this go round with information about metro. >> it is open at this point. we know you're hoping for a smoother and easier commute today. that wasn't the case yesterday. the freezing cold temperatures caused a number of problems and a whole lot of delays. metro says all the issues are now fixed. metro says extra crews are tracking the system to stay ahead of any potential problems today
>> storm team 4 meteorologist tom kierein joins us with more on the cold and the impact it could have on the morning commute. not as cold this morning but we are still below freezing. a little bit of sleet zip lieu the area. now in baltimore, heading off to the east. a a few flurries and sleet out of the mountains. it may be quickly moving between now and 7:00 this morning. after that afternoon melting. welcome temperatures above freezing. then a roller coaster ride with temperatures over the weekend. your headlines for this friday. right now we are still below freezing. it's in the upper 20s. mid-20s in the suburbs. near 30 around the bay. for the morning drive time dry roads and clouds around. in the mid-20s. for the afternoon, bright sunshine. you'll need sun glasses. dry roads. blustery winds. temperatures in the mid-30s by afternoon commute. upper 30s a little bit before that by midafternoon. next weather and traffic on the 1s. a look at our hour by hour temperatures as the changes move on through.
eun? . tom, thank you. right now a water main break is turning a busy intersection into a sheet of ice at the intersection of wilson lane and river road. we want to go right to news 4 megan mcgrath with the impact this is going to have on your commute. megan? >> reporter: well, eun, we have an icy mess here. we have a water main break. that's actually on wilson lane. but it's causing a con flow of water to come down the street and down on to river road. this is the westbound side of river road. lots of people use this road to get from bethesda to the beltway. because of the cold temperatures everything has just frozen. a little while ago, take a look at the video, crews were here on the scene, putting down salt trying to melt the ice. they used a plow to push the slush out of the roadway. they're trying to keep up with it. but the water is still flowing and it's continue to go freeze.
this is tricky. it wasn't an absolute blowout. there's no tell tale hole that tells them exactly where the hole is. so they're not sure where it is. as a result they have not been able to shut the water off yet. crews are here on the scene, work to go figure out exactly where it is so they can shut the water off. in the meantime wilson boulevard closed. if you're using river road the far right lane is closed and very icy. we'll send it over to melissa mollet. good morning, megan. i came in inbound river road. that is going to be a mess for this morning. thanks megan. your alternate if you're trying to get over to river road or bradley avenue take goldsboro instead. it's going to be a mess out there this morning. beltway at colesville no problems into town. out of town looking good. everything looking nice and green and moving nicely. in virginia 95 northbound here
at route 1, a little bit of volume coming towards us. nothing atypical for this time of the morning. express lanes are open. i know we had frozen gates yesterday causing a the of problems. they are open. 66 into and out of town looking quite good. dangerous cold the reason for more delays at your children's schools this morning. fairfax county starting two hours late. frederick, clarke warren and shenandoah on a two-hour delay. winchester city schools also on a two-hour delay. fauquier and page county will start one hour late today. we'll double-check thdn't match. download the app or nbcwashington.com. we will have them organized by state rolling at the bottom of your screen.o the disappearance of hannah graham will be in court.
jesse matthew is facing trial in an unrelated fairfax county sex assault case. they want to prevent the prosecution from making any public comments about the case. they also asked for approval to hire a dna expert. yesterday the judge decided not to let cameras in the courtroom. 5:06 now. today president obama is proposing free community college programs. he said the programs would be free for anyone willing to work . . that's right. free for everyone willing to work for it. it is something that will train our workforce so we can compete with anybody in the world. >> officials say there is little information about the program or where the money would come for to pay for this initiative. the white house said if all states participated, 9 million students could benefit saving
$4,000 in tuition per year for a full-time student. i want to clarifyyou. page and fauquier county schools in virginia on a one-hour delay. page and fauquier counties. . if you're like a lot of people especially mothers, you have a lot on your plate. but the worry you feel could be a good thing. it could give you a leg up on your counterparts who play it cool. a couple in jail accused of putting their child in danger. they deny it and say ghosts are involved. >> a live look outside. we are off to another freezing start. but storm team 4 tom kierein is
in news 4 your health, tough news for people who work overnight. uh-oh, aaron. it could be harmful to your health. harvard studied workers. an 11% higher risk of death from all causes. heart disease and lung cancer especially common in nurses who work these shifts for more than 15 good news for anybody who has a lot on your plate. the more you worry, the smarter you are. that's according to a new study. canadian researchers found
worriers scored higher on verbal intelligence tests than nonworriers. they often have a better vocabulary than people who are more laid back. a lot of criticism from friends about overthinking things. >> it is very comfortable for me. >> that way i know what's going on. i know when the bad is coming. >> there's a lot going on in here. doesn't help us sleep at night. . 11 minutes 5:00. frigid morning around here. a little bit warmer than yesterday at this time. let's check in with storm team 4 meteorologist tom kierein. >> they are warming up from the glow of aaron's intelligence. it is warming the atmosphere all around us now. we have a few flurries and sleet moving on through. quickly exiting. it's a bit milder this morning.
stillwell below freezing. blustery winds too. windchills in the teens. city life lighting the bottom of the clouds there. hour by hour won't get above freezing until noon time. then upper 30s by 3:00 with sunshine and blustery wind. it will feel chillier with the wind. clear sky by 5:00 p.m. the temperatures plummet once again. next weather and traffic on the 1s coming up at 5:21. melissa is still dealing with that water main break. if you are heading out of bethesda wilson lane between river and algonquin. your alternate will be golds back seat boro road. avoid it altogether. the water main break has put a lot of thick icy stuff out of the roadways. inner and outer loop looking
5:16. these are live pictures from chicago. 7 degrees there. feels like negative 7 to the folks in chi town. 40 states remain stuck in a deep freeze. north dakota minnesota seeing blizzard conditions. even places as far south as jacksonville florida saw rare flurries and ice too. things are expected to warm up slightly for some areas this weekend. developing story right now, search crews searching for the
missing airasia jet. they say they are detecting -- rather, let's look at temperatures around he we talked about windchills in other parts of the country being in negative territory. we have rebounded into the teens around here as far as windchills. tom will have more on your forecast in a . . now to the developing story. search crews searching for the missing airasia jet. they are detecting signals possibly from the black box. signals that could be pinged aboard 8501 coming from the java sea. indonesian officials say the pings have been coming and going for a few days now. they say it is possible the pinger detached from the black box when the plane went down. four more bodies were pulled from the water. 162 people in all were on board that plane. >> as france recovers from this week's terrorist attacks, president obama is lending america's support. the president paid his respects
making an unannounced visit to the embassy. he signed a condolence book for the victims. authorities have been taking what they describe as extraordinary security measures. this started when the jury selection began in the trial of suspected bomber dzhokhar tsarnaev. u.s. coast guard boats are cruising the adjacent harbor. a baby from alexandria is with child protective services according to court documents. the baby's parents told police they believe ghosts were behind several fires in their home including one in the baby's crib. takrit and his wife are in jail charged with arson. there were five fires mentioned in the court papers. they never reported any of them to police.
during a comedy show in canada canada bill cosby joked women should be careful drinking around him. the woman, who was sitting in the front row, got up to go to the lobby. cosby asked where she was going. she said to get something to drink. cosby answered you have to be careful drinking around me. he is accused of sexual assault. some say he drugged them by slipping something into their drinks. olympic officials will announce boston as the bid city for the 2024 olympics. beating the district in its bid to host the prestigious event. it is the first time boston has bid for the olympic games. the city will go up against international bids. rome has officially decide officials are disappointed. >> we had a contact footprint, existing infrastructure. i thought it was good for us because it would speed up some
of our already planned development. >> other international bids include germany, which will submit hamburg or berlin with france and hungary among the other countries considering bids. boston pick comes to a surprise to insiders. two-time host los angeles was considered the favorite for 2024. the redskins brand-new g.m. we will live stream on nbcwashington.com. he was the g.m. in san francisco for five years. more recently he helped put together the super bowl champion seattle seahawks. middle age may be better for you in you're married. over the course of your lifetime happiness follows a u-shaped curve. it is high when you're young, dips in middle ages and rises again in your golden years. but you can receive a happiness bonus from marriage between the ages of 40 to 60.
the study found the support that you receive from a spouse helps ease the stresses and demands of middle age. how about that? >> that makes sense. i can see that. you have someone who has been there with you through things if you have been there for a while. >> share your life together. making sure you compromise and you weren't adding to the stress. that's important to remember too, right? >> good advice. thank you. 5:21. a live look over the district this morning. no more snow falling. things warmed up just a tad too. >> let's check in with storm team 4 meteorologist tom kierein to get an update on your forecast. still cold out there, tom. >> certainly milder than yesterday. a few flurries, sleet passing th get it at google play and the itunes store. school bus stop this morning. boarding later this morning. mid-20s between 8:00 and 9:00 with sunshine breaking out and a blustery wind.
so layer up. should be in the upper 20s with increasing sunshine. storm team 4 radar showing flurries a little bit of sleet. crossing the eastern shore to the east. a small chance of flurries between now and 6:00 or 7:00 this morning. falls church alexandria into the district generally in the upper 20s. and we'll stay this way another couple of hours. above freezing early afternoon. midafternoon temperatures reaching mid and upper 30s. winds could be gusting 25 miles per hour or so. freezing levels, 32 degrees. we'll be above that today. saturday below freezing temperatures. roller coaster ride continues. then above freezing temperatures on sunday afternoon, monday morning. below freezing again. maybe a few areas of some freezing rain on monday morning. great weather over the weekend
for the nbc 4 health and fitness expo. it's together to be cold on saturday. teens in the morning. afternoon highs mid-20s. make it to the health&fitness expo. we'll be nice and warm and cozy there. i'll be there at 10:00 until about 1:00. a q&a session with storm team 4. then sunday we'll have the expo going on between 9:00 and 4:00. temperatures near 40 in the afternoon. after that mix in the morning monday rain in the afternoon. stay tuned. i'm back with weather and traffic coming back at 5:31. a look at hometown highs today. melissa, how are the roads? >> this road pretty nasty. talking about northbound side of wilson lane at river road. these folks coming in. it is slick, icy, nasty. it is shut down right now. your alternate is goldsboro road. probably will be for much of the morning. beltway at old dominion, no
problems. taking a look at 66 into and out of town also looking good. a wider look at things. inner and outer loop, no major problems. taking a look now at 95 in virginia hopping on in stafford you're completely clear. express lanes are open for you this morning. back in 10 minutes with more on that problem in bethesda. see you then. melissa, thank you. 5:24. it's been a tough flu season this year. it could get worse. the cdc will give us the current season later today. it has declared flu widespread in 43 states including virginia and maryland. more than 20 children have died from the flu, including a fifth grader in loudoun county. you want to dress warm and watch for the pins and needles feeling. there is a new treatment for frostbite at the university of kansas hospital kansas city.
doctors are using a machine that typically treats strokes. it is designed to destroy blood clots. get your new year's resolutions back on track this weekend at the nbc 4 health&fitness expo. a lot of activity toss set you up for a healthier lifestyle and special guest meredith vieira a little q&a tomorrow at noon. and cynthia bailey from "real housewives" of atlanta. you can take a hip cop or zumba class. it's free for everyone. breaking news this morning, police in france in the middle of a stand-off with two of the suspectsis in the attack on magazine headquarters earlier this week. what's happening now after a mild chase and shoot-out. . the potential changes coming
we have breaking news out of france. two suspects in the deadly shooting at a french magazine have taken a hostage. this is a live picture as police are in the middle of a standoff with the suspects. an operation to men is now under way. >> according to a security official the brothers stole a car earlier today. they are hold up in a small town with a hostage. police helicopters fly in that area. they have been on the run since the wednesday shooting at a french magazine that left 12 people dead. richard jordan will bring you any new information as soon as it breaks. it is 5:30. good morning to you. i'm eun yang. >> i'm aaron gilchristment the other big story we're watching this morning is the cold. it is slightly better out there but not by much.
still cold still windy. the weather is causing a lot of problems. it is important to remember safety. the insulation caught fire. significant damage to the house. some of them in portsmouth virginia had to go to the hospital after fighting a fire yesterday. one firefighter slipped on some ice that was formed by the water they were using. firefighters say their coats froze to their bodies. let's check how cold it's going to be out there. a first look at your forecast. good morning, tom. >> good morning. not as cold. in the mid-20s. storm team 4 radar, a few flurries. northeastern maryland on the eastern shore. and in our neighborhoods, falls church later today getting above freezing finally by this afternoon. into the 30s with sunshine
breaking out. prince george's county hyattsville, should make it to the mid-30s by 2:00. rockville, low to mid 30s by midafternoon. right in downtown washington upper 30s with sunshine. and a blustery wind which will diminish as we get into the late afternoon hours. a look at a big dip coming our way the next 24 hours hour by hour next weather and traffic on the 1s at 5:41. melissa, is the commute going well? >> overall, no major problems. we're nice and green. inner and outer loop everything slow. 66 and 95 in virginia, also looking good this morning. and the earlier road work that was in the way is now out of the way. the northbound side of at river road. that entire section is shut down. both lanes going to and from river and algonq you are in.
our alternate is goldsboro. rigs road at dressel, only a flashing light. that could cause some problems. . if you live in virginia, some of your kids can sleep in a little bit today. >> fairfax county loudoun, prince william two hours later. two-hour delay, frederick, clarke warren shenandoah county schools. winchester city also starting two hours later. >> fauquier and page county will start one hour late today. >> even though fairfax county schools are delayed, we know a lot of you are waiting to hear if they might close. that's what happened yesterday. crite distrt made the call too late in the morning. some bus drivers couldn't make it to work and some buses wouldn't start. 5:33 is your time.
if next year's budget is approved in fairfax county teachers can expect a pay raise. molette green is live at mcclain high school with more. >> reporter: many people waking up to hear about this much anticipated budget news coming from the largest school district in the state of virginia. $2.6 billion is the budget proposal up from 2.6% last year or $64 million. $59.4 million in salary increases. now, if you look at it fairfax county ranked last in max mux teacher salaries. karen garza said we are in fact losing some of the best teachers and best administrators to
neighboring school divisions because of this salary lag. now, this is the start of a long process. there will be public hearings this month as well as the adoption of the budget proposal by the school board. then it's on to the board of supervisors. now, in our next hour i'm going to talk about how the superintendent plans to address some of the system's most pressing need and her instructingstrugg pay for them. that's coming up in the next hour. if you live in virginiaup. your kids may not be graded on the a-f scale. they want to improve the public school system with an overhaul. and changes to teach or training. governor mcauliffe said they will spend more on pre-k classes. the man you see in the video here accused of ramming two
prince george's county police officers is facing a police arrested gene brandon shortly after. he accused them of shooting his brother, which never happened. they had to pull their weapons when arresting brandon but never used force. >> speaks volumes to the training officers received and how vigilant and tactical they are and their response to situations when they arise. >> police say brandon has a history of mental illness and was not on his medication. police in prince george's county trying to solve a murder today. a temple hills man was shot and killed by an unknown assailant. they responded to a report of a shooting inside this apartment complex near the nailer road metro station. police have searched the apartment. track work is back on metro this weekend. if you ride the blue and yellow
lines, braddock road is closed. take a bus between reagan national airport and king street stations to get by. orange and silver do you have wait up to 16 minutes. on the red line as much as a 20-minute wait. you can help kick off hiring our heroes. it provides career information for veterans active service members and military spouses. it starts at 8:30 this morning at the washington convention center with an employment workshop presented by g.e. a job fair between 10:00 in the morning and 1: mentoring sessions resume writing sessions will take place. admission to the event is free. the nfl is back in the spotlight, accused of dropping the ball on the ray rice scandal. the detail the fbi says the league missed. studying the effects music has on your child. now it can significantly impact their development in the classroom. storm team 4 meteorologist tom kierein is tracking a big
beauty sometimes is not cheap. each injection costs about $1,000. insurance does not cover this treatment. well good news for parents who are so proud of their child musicians. a new study find kids who pick up an instrument may have greater emotional maturity. those who trained longer in music showed better development in areas of the brain linked to attention, anxiety and emotional control. this could make music instrumental in treating ad/hd and autism. >> it requires so much discipline to practice. you have to practice several times a week make it to the performances and all that. >> did you play? >> i did. i played pea ana for many years. around 11 or 12 i said please please let me quit. and i regret it now. so of course i'm going to force my kids. >> 5:41 our time right now.
another windy day around here as we look at the flag in front of our building in tinley town. but it's a little bit warmer than it was yesterday. >> let's check in with storm team 4 meteorologist tom kierein with weather and traffic. >> it feels like the teens. even though we're in the 20s with blustery wind. flurries way off to our west. we had a few and sleet pass through an hour or two. cloud cover breaking up hour by hour today. winds blustery into the afternoon. lots of sunshine. a clear night tonight after we get back down to the mid-30s by late afternoon, it will plummet tonight. low 20s by midnight. and then the teens by this time saturday morning with a clear sky. a look at our next chance of wintry weather coming up next weather and traffic on the 1s at 5:51. melissa, how is the friday
commute? still a nasty mess wilson lane river road. all of those folks heading into town. this is a water main break causing a big mess on the roadways. wilson closed between river and algonquin. take goldsboro and save yourself the headache. 270 is moving along nicely. 66 east bound, fairfax county parkway looking good. 95 north, quantico to the beltway, 29 minutes. i'm back in 10. a local town house destroyed by fire. it all started with a common household item that could be in your house as well. google getting into the car business. what they want to offer that
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temperatures are slowly warming up a little. it is still freezing cold outside. look at the windchills. mostly in the teens around our area. storm team 4 meteorologist tom kierein will let you know whether you can start to lose any of the layers coming up at 5:51 with your weather and traffic on the 1s. . today we'll be watching political maneuvering on capitol hill when the keystone pipeline is back up for a vote. nbc's tracie potts is on capitol hill live >> reporter: the white house said the president will not sign the bill to approve the keystone pipeline going straight from the middle of our country, from canada to texas. it will be four votes short. a house vote set for today. they have had a little bit of delay. they will probably not vote
until january 26th after the state of the union. what they are counting on is a couple of things. allowing democrats to put their own amendments in there. hoping to get four more democrats or more to support it. but the other thing is if the president vetoes it and the threat is already out there, then they are hoping they can attach it to something he must sign. like a big spending bill. so that's the game plan at this point as they try to get it approved. it will create jobs. the administration still has environmental concerns especially about the route. and that has been tied up that route issue is exactly where it's going to be. it will be tied up in court. >> tracie potts live on capitol hill. tracie thank you. a rally in support of police officers in alexandria. at 5:30 the police department and sheriff's department will turn on their emergency lights outside the masonic temple. you're looking at rallies in st.
louis and san francisco. the organization concerns of police national law enforcement appreciation day. the group is asking people to wear blue to show support. allegheny county schools on a two-hour delay. your time is 5:48. the nfl is being called out this morning for not investigating the ray rice incident properly. the former fbi director hired to examine the case released his decision yesterday. he said the league should have investigated the incident further before punishing the him. today jayson werth is a 10-day jail sentence for reckless driving. he was going more than 100 miles per hour on the beltway last is july. they fined him $1,000.
>> a faulty power strip destroyed a town home in alexandria section of fairfax county. they show it engulfed in flames. the home owner had several electronics plugged in when the fire started. he is okay. it took firefighters a half hour to put out the fire. the threshold for what constitutes reckless driving in virginia could change under a proposed law. virginia legislator is considering raising the speed threshold from 80 miles per hour to 85 miles per campbell tells news 4 scott macfarland it treats drivers like criminals and catches people from out of state that are used to a higher speed limit. parts of the country dealing with the cold but driving snow
too. live pictures from buffalo, new york this morning. blizzard-like conditions almost being reported at times this morning. and a lake-effect snow morning is in effect right now. doesn't take a lot ofther. this is iowa last night. strong winds made driving prettyeacherous. only an inch of snow fell. i-35 was closed because of hazardous road conditions there. >> i can't even imagine. i would be petrified to drive anywhere in conditions like that. >> absolutely. tom kierein is here with us. we have gotten past this snow issue we had a couple of days ago. still people need to be thinking about their safety and staying warm >> below freezing since monday night. still below freezing. did show a few flurries. sleet zipped through the metro area. now it's on the eastern shore. farther west another batch of light snow and flurries that may hold together and move in later
this morning. but otherwise, just clouds beginning to break up as the day progresses. in the 20s right now. feels better than it did yesterday morning when we were in the single digits. some locations, 20 degrees warmer than it was yesterday morning. reagan national 28. but that wind is still gusting. we have had gusts 20 to 25 miles per hour. look at our windchills. they're down into the teens. the coldest one in dulles is 10 degrees. that's what it feels like. so dress accordingly. warm hats coats, gloves scarf. and the bright sun bouncing off the snow can be blinding. the snow melting this afternoon. at the bus stop this morning, layer up. have a wind layer. 20s 8:00 to 9:00. students boarding bus 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. should be upper 20s by then. partly finally above freezing during the afternoon.
mid and upper 30s. with the sunshine it will still feel chilly with the wind. here we go again. plunging down to the mid-teens by dawn on saturday. saturday afternoon, making it into the mid-20s. want to get inside and stay warm at the nbc 4 health&fitness expo. come on by. would love to meet you. highs near 40. could get a little freezing rain and sleet monday morning. change to go rain in the afternoon. dry after that for a couple more days. another chance of sleet and rain maybe and a little wet snow on thur. stay tuned. melissa looking at pretty good conditions this friday morning. we're flowing pretty well when you look at the big picture at least. flowing quite nicely. 66 right as you get to the beltway, a little bit of volume. nothing actually happening there. 66 here 95 a little slow
northbound at dale city. typical for this time of the morning. bw parkway, into and out of town rolling along nicely. 270, old hundred road, no major problems there. wilson lane at river road completely shut down because of this water main break. megan mcgrath on the scene. >> 5:53 now. two words you want to hear if you're saving to send your child to school. president obama wants to make that happen. cnbc's landon dowdy has more "for your money." good morning >> reporter: good morning to you, eun. president obama will outline a plan to make two years of community college free for millions of students. it is aimed at making higher education more widely available. students would be eligible if they attend at least half-time,
a passing grade point average, and steady progress. it is expected to be $3,800 a year. the president will discuss the plan during a visit to tennessee this afternoon. google is looking to get into the car insurance market. the company may launch a psych site to let people compare policies. they have a site for travel destinations and buy cheap airfares airfares. back to you. a new record for college students in virginia. 54,288 students received an undergraduate degree last may according to a report with the commonwealth council for higher education. a law put in place in 2011 says virginia has to awards 100,000 undergraduate degrees by 2025. subaru issuing a second recall to try to fix rusty brakes on more than 200,000 cars and suvs. this recall includes 2009 through 2013 forester.
2008 through 2011 impreza. and 2008 through 2014 wrx and wrx-sti models. district street cars have been involved in nine crashes earlier this week. the city needs to rethink its project with increasingly tight budgets. residents have mixed reaction about the street cars. some say they don't think there is a need for them. . if you are a dog lover, today might be your day. dogs rescued from a farm in south korea are transferred to shelters where they can be adopted. they were planning to use them as food. there are two dozen of them including 12 puppies in the mix there. they will be at shelters around
our area. find them in arlington, alexandria here in d.c. als in manassas. and we found some in shelters in fairfax and loudoun counties as well. after the week we have had, you may have a question or two for one of our meteorologists. you'll have a chance this weekend at the nbc 4 health&fitness expo. saturday join tom kierein and chuck bell at 12:30. sunday doug kammerer and veronica johnson at 11:00. it is from 9:00 to 5:00 on saturday 9:00 to 4:00 sunday at the washington convention center. it's free. tracking breaking news right now outside of paris. the manhunt for two suspected terrorists led police to a nearby town. you are looking live where that entire community is surrounding an entire operation. police say that the men have taken a hostage
what we're learning from the scene when we go to the live desk next. plus our extreme cold causing problems this morning with the commute. the busy intersection that is off-limits because of the water main break you're seeing right here. police have closed off this road in bethesda as a result of a water main break as they search to figure out where the water is coming from and the impact on the commute. and we're also finally seeing some of these extremely cold temperatures creep up just a . as you take a look at the graphic here windchills in the teens as opposed to negative territory like we saw yesterda ring ring! progresso! i can't believe
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we're dealing with another morning of extreme cold. temperatures will feel like they're in the teens thanks to the windchills at this hour. the cold is delaying a start to a school in a number of districts. we'll update those delays in just a minute for you. let's check in with storm team 4 meteorologist tom kierein with what you can expect on your way to work this morning. almost felt balmy when i got out of my car. we're 20 degrees warmer. still below freezin a few flurries and sleet. it is quickly tracking across the