5 things you need to know Friday

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Here are five things you need to know on Friday, Aug. 15:

1. Fantastic Friday, warming up over the weekend

Cool morning lows in the fifties for most locations around the DC Metro, low to mid sixties Downtown. We're in for an absolutely fantastic Friday forecast. Plenty of sun, low humidity, and temperatures below average with highs only around 80 degrees. FULL FORECAST

2. Boil water advisory lifted in Prince George's County

Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) has lifted the boil water advisory for all customers affected in Southern Prince George's County. READ MORE

3. Howard University student shot in Ferguson

A Howard University student who said she was shot during the Ferguson protests, now says she's doing well and she's going to be okay. FULL STORY

4. Across America, silent vigils mark teen's death

In cities large and small, people across America came together to silently remember Michael Brown, a teen none knew in life but whose death Saturday sparked a wave of unrest in his Missouri hometown and raised questions about racial profiling and police militarization. FULL STORY

5. Final day of Give Joy: Operation Backpack! Donate now

This is the last day of Give Joy: Operation Backpack. WUSA9 has teamed up with Volunteers of America to help children in need. DONATE


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