We scanned the local papers, blogs, and news websites to find the 5 most interesting stories in the Alexandria, Virginia area this morning you need to know.
In the News
B-e-a-utiful weather on tap for Monday & Tuesday. Mid-week will possibly bring some relief for the worsening drought in the DMV (WUSA9).
It didn’t rain Saturday night, leaving residents and visitors in Old Town Alexandria wondering why the streets were flooded. (NBC Washington)
The Washington Nationals have a 2-0 series lead in the NLCS and look to extend that lead tonight with Stephen Strasburg on the mound. (Federal Baseball)
It’s Indigenous People’s Day today in the District – learn more about the people who called this area home long before European settlers arrived in North America. (WTOP)
With the scooter pilot program nearing its end, what is the future of e-scooters in Alexandria? (Alexandria Times)
Nationals Park Weather
If you are heading to the NLCS game 3 tonight, dress warmly.
Clear, cool, & bright at the ballpark! Short sleeves getting to the game tonight, but you’ll likely want long sleeves for the later innings. Track the temps at the game on our #StormWatch7 app 📱 https://t.co/jLscOm6SyP #GMW pic.twitter.com/Zvn0zcR7uy
— Eileen Whelan (@ABC7EileenW) October 14, 2019