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Posted at 8:32 AM ET, 12/29/2009

A cold, windy morning awaits

By Washington Post editors

Good morning. Windy and cold are the words of the day as colder than normal temperatures and wind gusts up to 40 miles an hour will make daytime highs in the low-to-mid 30s feel more like the 20s. Stay with the Capital Weather Gang for updates.

Traffic continues to be light this week, but some drivers could experience delays near RFK stadium this evening as Washington plays host to UCLA and Temple in the Eagle Bank Bowl. The game begins at 4:30 p.m. Stay with Dr. Gridlock and the Get There team for traffic advisories.

In other news, D.C. police have launched an investigation into the circumstances surrounding Gilbert Arenas taking guns to the Verizon Center; an Army veterinarian featured in a Post article on a riding program has died; and for a change of pace, read about the Murrays and their gingerbread creations.

Also making headlines:
-- A Woodbridge woman is wanted for leaving her 8-year-old daughter at the scene of a crash, according to Channel 7.
-- Channel 9 reports that Arlington police are investigating a suspicious death Tuesday morning after finding the body of a man lying in the street at 13th and North Jackson streets.
-- A West Virginia man was killed when a piece of equipment he was repairing at a Frederick tractor mart fell on him, according to WTOP.
-- The Examiner reports that the Maryland Court of Appeals has ordered prosecutors to keep searching for DNA evidence in the case of a former D.C. prison guard sentenced to life imprisonment for rape.

By Washington Post editors  | December 29, 2009; 8:32 AM ET
 
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