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better weekend 37 right now at 4:30 we're getting you ready for a one-two winter weather punch. crews are on the roads preparing for snow later today. and it'll stick around as the temperatures drop even more through the weekend. we're on your side this morning with team coverage. 10 on your side's rico bush has how local cities are getting ready for the snow while jen lewis keeps an eye on the roads. first we begin in the busy super doppler 10 weather center with meteorologist jeremy wheeler. jeremy, once the snow starts falling today, it should stick. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: mostly cloudy. snow developing by midday. accumulations are likely. highs will be in the low 30s. winds var. tonight: snow showers end this evening. then clearing and cold. lows windy. highs will be in the low 30s. winds nw 15-25mph with gusts up to 35mph. wind chills will be in the single digits to the teens. a
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move into the region today. it will create a produce snow showers later today. temperatures will be cold enough for this to all fall as snow except for a few locations along the southern outer banks and northeast north carolina. the heaviest snow will fall over northeast north carolina up to the southside. 2-4" is possible over northeast north carolina with 1-3" over the southside. we'll see a possible 1-2" on the peninsula and lower could cause big problems during the evening commute. this will all will be in the teens. by monday some moisture will move into the colder airmass. that will be our next system. it will start as snow monday morning. then it will transition to mostly rain monday afternoon into tuesday. it may wrap up as a brief wintry mix. stay tuned for updates to all of these systems . many schools in our area are closed today or are closing early because of the snow. you'll find them scrolling at the
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on wavy dot com. and before the snow arrives you're going to want have our wavy weather app in your pocket. you'll have access to hour by hour forecasts and the latest weather blog by our meteorologists. good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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our team coverage of the impending snow continues in virginia beach. rico bush is in the resort city this morning and has been in contact with officials about preparations. rico, leaders say they're already working to get ahead of the storm. don, brandi, absolutely. virginia beach public works crews say they have the salt and sand ready to go, if needed. spokesman drew lankford tells they have eight crews already assigned to areas throughout the city. that's in addition to the "frost patrol" that started treating bridges and overpasses, which usually freeze first around 2-30 this morning. as many as 30 operators could be called into work to treat the roads, but lankford says he doesn't expect to need that much help. at
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in each snow zone in virginia beach working hard to make sure the roads stay beach public works c17 21:55:16 - right now we've got crews assigned for each of the snow zones. there's four snow zones for virginia beach. we're going to be sending out them as soon as we start seeing what the weather is. lankford says the department will reassess its staffing later this afternoon after the snow hits. several other local we'll be on your side throughout the day with expanded winter weather coverage. our team of meteorologists will be cutting into programming frequently with updates on the storm. stay with us on air and on wavy-dot-com for the latest. new this morning police say a man randomly attacked customers inside an ohio restaurant with a machete. it happened last night as the victims ate dinner in columbus.
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by the attack, described what happend inside. karen bass / witness "i mean he came in and started beating up on another man i thought it was a personal thing he just started down the row hitting everybody, people were bleeding." investigators say the suspect hurt four people before leading officers on a short chase. those victims are expected to be okay. police say they tried to use a stun gun on the suspect, but shot and killed him as he lunged at them with the machete in one hand and a knife in the other. this morning it's unclear what led up to the attack. firefighters in hampton were busy putting out an apartment fire. dispatchers tell us a fire broke out on terri sue court just after midnight. that's near magruder boulevard. these are pictures of the scene. no one got hurt, but 7 people are displaced and several neighbors are without power. out of the hospital.
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follows-up with how a local college athlete is doing this morning. charges dropped. a former school administrator tells his side of the story following a car crash. plus find out why a local
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("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: mostly cloudy. snow developing by midday. accumulations are likely. highs will be in the low 30s. winds var. 5-10mph. tonight: snow showers end this evening. then clearing and cold. lows will be in the low 20s with a few teens inland. winds nw 10-20mph. saturday: partly cloudy, cold, and windy. highs will be in the low 30s. winds nw 15-25mph with gusts up to 35mph. wind chills will be in the single digits to the teens. a weak surface area of low pressure to our south/southeast. these 2 features will combine to produce snow showers later today. temperatures will be cold enough for this to all fall as snow except for a few locations along the southern outer banks and northeast north carolina. the heaviest snow will fall over northeast north carolina up to the southside. 2-4" is possible over northeast north carolina with 1-3" over the southside. we'll see a possible 1-2" on the peninsula and lower eastern shore. a dusting up to an inch for the middle peninsula and accomack county. this could cause big problems during the evening commute. this will all clear out by tonight. then a very cold/dry
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the 20s and 30s. lows will be in the teens. by monday some moisture will move into the colder airmass. that will be our next system. it will start as snow monday morning. then wintry mix. stay tuned for updates to all of these systems it may wrap up as a brief wintry mix. stay tuned for updates to all of these systems good morning, hampton
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this morning the armed standoff in oregon is over. ahead we have new pictures of the final four hold outs. plus facing charges. we'll tell you who is in trouble after harrison ford was hurt on the star wars set. plus a suspected serial burglar's case is scheduled for court. we'll tell you where
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broke-in. loved ones are thankful for a miraculous recovery. after more than 40 days in the hospital, a norfolk state university basketball player is back home with her family. 10 on your side followed
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she made her first trip back to the campus yesterday. the 20-year-old suffered a stroke, heart attack, seizures and a medically- induced coma. now, she is walking, talking, and telling jokes. she says it's proof that anything is possible. c18 amber brown 00:24:40 "it's it's a miracle by itself because without the love and support i wouldn't be able to do what i did and hearing that my team, my family love me and my friends, even people that i didn't know were praying for me and i just really want to thank them." what caused amber's condition -- but they suspect her diabetes played a role. amber still has to undergo therapy -- but as an outpatient. she is determined to play basketball again by next season. prosecutors withdrew charges against a former school administrator, and he told 10 on your side about what happened.
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his job as principal of bertie high last year. this, after police arrested him, and charged him with felony hit and run and failing to report an accident. eley told us he was not the driver, but the person who called 9-1-1; all proved thanks to his verizon bill. (rickey eley, former principal-1) 40:52 my initial reaction was i was angry because i knew the things they were saying i was charged with i hadn't done 40:59 i just felt degraded 41:03 kinda like a second class citizen 41:07 being treated the expunged-- and he's going to start sending out resumes. he's not going back to bertie high school because he says it's time to start fresh. today the case against a local man accused in a string of burglaries is scheduled to be in court. police in virginia beach say zachery king broke into five restaurants near chic's beach in august.
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larceny charges. he's scheduled for a preliminary hearing today. a teen in hampton faces charges after police say she assaulted a school bus driver. officers say it happened yesterday morning on the way to syms middle school. police say the 8th-grader assaulted the 59-year-old driver near grimes road. they charged the 14-year-old and released her. in a statement, hampton schools says the student's behavior was unacceptable. investigators expect the driver to recover. the family of a perquimans county woman is trying to track down the previous owners of a dog. two weeks ago, suzanne story adopted the pit bull from a virginia beach family. she heard it was gentle, but the animal attacked and killed her when she went to clean out the cage, wednesday. story's mother hopes someone can explain. debbie brown / mother of suzanne story c0007 13:36:33 "they told me that the guy that, there was an ad in the virginian pilot for a dog that said easy
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the people that gave her the dog and told them it was good natured a vet put the dog down yesterday. we tried calling the number listed in the ad, but we did not get a response. new this morning we can show you the four hold-outs of an armed stand off in oregon. after 41 days of occupying a federal wildlife refudge, the last four proesters surrendered peacefully yesterday. they are expected to be arraigned on federal charges today in portland. we told you the f-b-i closed in on the group yesterday. thousands heard the tense moments of the negotiation that was streamed online. in all 16 people linked to the occupation, face felony charges. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: mostly cloudy. snow developing by midday. accumulations are likely. highs will be in the low 30s. winds var. will be in the low 20s with a few teens inland. winds nw 10-20mph. saturday: partly cloudy, cold, and
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will be in the low 30s. winds nw 15-25mph with gusts up to 35mph. wind chills will be in the single digits to the teens. a quick moving upper level disturbance will move into the region today. it will create a weak surface area of low pressure to our south/southeast. these 2 features will combine to produce snow showers later today. temperatures will be cold enough for this to all fall as snow except for a few locations along the southern outer banks and northeast north carolina. the heaviest snow will fall over northeast north carolina up to the southside. 2-4" is possible over northeast north carolina with 1-3" over the southside. we'll see a possible 1-2" on the peninsula and lower eastern shore. a dusting up to an inch for the middle peninsula and accomack county. this could cause big problems during the evening commute. this will all clear out by tonight. then a very cold/dry weekend. highs will be in the 20s and 30s. lows will be in the teens. by monday
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into the colder airmass. that will be our next system. it will start as snow monday morning. then it will transition to mostly rain monday afternoon into tuesday. it may wrap up as a brief wintry mix. stay tuned for updates to all of
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meterologist jeremy wheeler will be with us all morning and on wavy news 10 midday tracking the snow. and chief meteorologist don slater will be with you as the snow falls throughout the afternoon. good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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new this morning, a production company involved in making the new "star wars" film faces criminal charges. this comes after harrison ford was hurt on set. a hydraulic metal door came down and broke the actor's leg. under british law, prosecutors say "foodles production" was responsible for managing the risks during filming. medics airlifted ford to a hospital in oxford where he had surgury for his injury. stay with us for continued coverage of
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weather. inches of snow could make tonight's commute messy. we're on your side with how road crews are preparing. plus, the gloves came off in the final democratic debate before the south carolina primary. and a sneak peak inside history all from the comfort of your own home. we'll tell you can see this astronomical exhibit. the leading cough liquid only provides relief for four hours, but did you know there's a product that lasts for twelve hours? try delsym twelve hour cough liquid.
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this next story is making waves across the universe. scientists announced yesterday they detected gravitational waves for the first time. albert einstein first hypothesized about these ripples in space about a century ago. researchers say they found them coming from two black holes. an expert said it's a landmark discovery that opens up studying space and the nature of the very early universe. back here on earth, soon you'll have a chance to peek inside the spacecraft that carried astronauts to the moon. the smithsonian's national air and space museum discovered new images from inside apollo 11 after 3-d technology scanned inside. they found notes astronauts neil armstrong, buzz aldrin, and michael collins wrote on the walls. (allan needell/curator) "what's really exciting
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scribble on the wall with a number and be able to find the transmission in which ground control relayed up to them." you can also see a calendar the astronanuts had to keep track of their dates in orbit. in july, you'll be able to tour inside apollo 11 without leaving your home. that's when the pictures will go online. you may have seen vincent van gogh's famous paintings of his bedroom, but would you like to actually sleep there? the art institute of chicago commissioned a real-life recreation of van gogh's "yellow house." the exhibit opens sunday, but for $10 dollars you can spend the night. the museum is renting out the room on air b-n-b. this morning we're on your side tracking winter weather. our team coverage will get you ready for the coming snow. rico bush is live
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public works crews are preparing. jen lewis is watching the roads for trouble spots this morning, and she'll be back this evening for what could be a very messy commute. and meteorologist jeremy wheeler is tracking the latest snow totals and the timeline for when the snow will start and stop. we have a lot to get to with this coming snow today. thanks for joining us, i'm brandi cummings, in for katie collett. and i'm don roberts. many are dismissing students early, or closing all together. this list is scrolling at the bottom of the screen, but you can also find it on wavy- dot-com. now let's get a closer look at the timeline for today's snow event with meteorologist jeremy wheeler. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: mostly cloudy. snow developing by midday. accumulations are likely. highs will be in the low 30s. winds var. 5-10mph. tonight: snow showers end this evening. then clearing and cold. lows will be in the low 20s with a few teens inland. winds nw 10-20mph. saturday:

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