D.C. Council, Mary De Pompa, Spottsylvania County discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News


Coming up in our top stories on WTO, the D.C. council chair is pulling his revamped criminal code Bill, saying he will rework it, but he also says he won't be catering to what Congress likes. The former mayor of college park remains in custody today after appearing this morning for a bond hearing on child pornography charges. He resigned his office last week. Keep it here for full details on these stories in the minutes ahead. One 48. Traffic and weather on the 8s, back in the traffic center, with Mary de pompa. Alrighty, thanks, Mark, and we're going to 66 between haymarket and broad run in bold directions near mile marker 39. We have a brush fire in the median, temporary stops are possible they were responding in both directions. We can only see the tail end of the westbound beginning to slow down. Eastbound 66 toward the beltway that's worked on blocks the right lane 95 in Virginia slow out of spottsylvania county from route one, in fact, to get to 17, the fall effects where you have the left lane blocked with the work zone that's your breakaway point. We're checking on the beltway in Virginia, both sides heavy and slow getting too in past Georgetown pike exit 44 inner loop, the left flame block, outer loop, it's the right lane. On the beltway in Maryland, you're still slow out of Kensington to work through Silver Spring passing university boulevard where our tractor trailer has cleared the outer loop still slows and land them before and after four 50, the work zone here will block a right lane. Experience a whole new type of bold and a Honda SUV like the all new pilot trail sport or the all new CR-V hybrid hurry. See your local Honda dealer today married to Pompidou traffic. Storm team forest chuck bell with our forecast. March is known to be one of our windiest months of the year, and the next few days after today will certainly prove that point. Afternoon highs today will be up around 60° with plenty of sunshine. Clouds will come along with a cold front that will pass through during the overnight hours tonight. It could ring out a couple of drops of rain, but rainfall totals, if any, will only be in the few hundreds of an inch. But the clouds, which will be with us tomorrow morning with temperatures near 40, are going to get pushed out of here on a northwest wind that will average 20 and gust over 35 mph for all of your Tuesday afternoon. That will limit the warmup tomorrow to 52 if we're lucky. Windy Tuesday night into Wednesday morning with temperatures dropping into the low and mid 30s, so windchills will be in the 20s. Wednesday, sunny and blustery with a high, near 50°. I'm storm team four, meteorologist chuck bell for WTO. 54° in

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