Weekend Heat Expected To Reach 100 Degrees For First Time in Three Years
Five teens arrested after police pursuit ends in Montgomery; Bethesda office building sells for $45 million
Weekend heat expected to reach 100 degrees for first time in three years
Temperatures across the D.C. region this weekend are expected to hit 100 degrees, which would be the first time since 2006 temperatures have eclipsed the century mark.
Along with instant-sweat conditions during the day, overnight lows will stay near and above 80 degrees in urban areas, while the heat index values will settle near 90. [Washington Post]
Five teens arrested after police pursuit ends in Montgomery
Five teenagers from Washington, D.C., were arrested after robbing a pharmacy in Clinton at gunpoint and leading police on a pursuit that ended in a crash in Montgomery County.
No one was injured in the pursuit, police said. [WUSA9]
Bethesda office building sells for $45 million
Seattle-based investment advisory firm Washington Capital Management (WCM) has acquired the 12-story Fairmont Building in downtown Bethesda for $45 million.
The 125,108-square-foot office property, located at 7735 Old Georgetown Road, is 96 percent leased to a diverse set of tenants, according to a statement. [Commercial Observer]
Hot Friday with a high temperature of about 100 degrees.
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