Greg Mcbride, Bramble Bush, Montgomery Village discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News


Time for your home. I'm Greg McBride and I'll tell you about important reports and scores for homeowners coming up. Traffic and weather on the 8s, rich hunters in the WTO traffic center. All right, for the moment of not a bad ride on the beltway in Maryland or Virginia, but be aware in some areas starting to see some very dense fog moving in in one of those areas that's being affected is up in northern Montgomery county parts of Montgomery village and Gaithersburg seeing some locally dense fog out there so please be careful, especially in the area where they have all the signal lines dark in and around the gathersburg area, again the closure remains on goshen road between snuffer school road and bramble bush drive traffic redirected each way as a result, you may find some other occasional stoppages with heavy police presence as well as a heavy fire and rescue presence as well. So just be extra careful if you have to drive in that area, definitely be wary, and also be wary of the dark intersections more than 100 signal lights are dark in that area. So again, you're coming upon a dark intersection extra Karen caution to avoid any mishaps. Two 70 north and south for now no issues with I 95 in the Baltimore Washington park with a true range are great. I still have the closure of the ramp from southbound Baltimore Washington Parkway to the inner loop of the bellway for emergency road repairs, ran from northbound to the antelope, not affected by that closure, Virginia, 95 and three 95 as of late without issue, 66, both east and west between haymarket and Rosalind running well on both directions, but again just be wary of some locally dense fog in some of the low lying areas. Over in Stafford county, it's a police investigation closing garrisonville road in both directions between Ripley road and Joshua road again. You're under police direction there as a result. Rich hundred of a YouTube traffic. Thank you, rich, and now to storm team four meteorologist Ryan Miller. A couple of showers are possible north and west of D.C. into the evening hours, otherwise we'll start to turn breezy overnight with winds

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