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Updates: Most intense storms push east of Beltway; flooding continues

Expect dangerous lightning in addition to heavy rain. A few storms could also unleash damaging wind gusts.

Alexandria sent emails in error to those eligible for monkeypox vaccine

The emails, which came from a computer glitch, mistakenly told eligible people that they weren't eligible to get the vaccination.

Trump repeatedly pleads the Fifth in deposition for New York civil probe

In a lengthy statement, Donald Trump denied wrongdoing, accused the U.S. government of unfairly targeting him and said he would refuse to answer questions.

Police say man found dead in Maryland suspected in fatal D.C. shooting

The man was found dead at a rest stop along I-95 in Maryland.

FBI takes Rep. Scott Perry’s phone as part of fake-elector investigation

The Pennsylvania Republican is a Trump ally who played a key role in promoting the former president’s false claims of election fraud.

Explaining Tuesday’s colorful clouds over Virginia and Maryland

The phenomena was a picturesque display of cloud iridescence

Man found dead in a car in Prince George’s County

The incident occurred in the Camp Springs area.

D.C. student found dead Friday in Potomac River was standout baseball player

Ceph Christie, 17, was a rising Dunbar High School senior and promising baseball player, his father said.

Two people killed, two others hurt in crash on Suitland Parkway

Officials said the crash involving multiple vehicles occurred just before 1 a.m. on the parkway near Forestville Road.

Fake socks shipment seized, federal officials say

Federal officials seized tens of thousands of socks for diabetic users. The socks, they said, were counterfeit.

At double-murder trial, jury won’t see defendant’s racist social media

A judge ruled prosecutors cannot show social media posts containing the defendant’s praise for Adolf Hitler and support for Nazi book burnings.

Metro asks for permission to run more trains

The agency asked the Washington Metrorail Safety Commission for an increase in the number of 7000-series trains it’s allowed to operate.

Mar-a-Lago search appears focused on whether Trump, aides withheld items

The FBI sought a search warrant after Archives officials pressed Trump’s circle to return what they believed was government property, according to people familiar with the discussions.
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D.C.-area forecast: Storm chances higher today before a totally different weather pattern

Some storms later today could be strong to severe. Tomorrow we transition to a new pattern for Friday through Sunday.

August 10 morning weather update