High temperatures expected for Fourth of July
Many residents in the D.C. area are struggling to cope with the heat as they move into their fifth day without power.
As temperatures are expected to reach dangerous highs for the Fourth of July, the situation is becoming even more serious and costly for home and business owners
Watch Jay Korff's report from McLean where residents are still cleaning up the storm damage.
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