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of the most dangerous temperatures we have seen in decades. the temperature dropped below zero. it is expect today bring bone chilling cold. pamela gardener is here. carroll said my car will not start this morning. so sorry. too. my car was actually in the degrees. it growled a little built and then it started. i am keeping my fingers crossed for later. we have temperatures below zero. it is 9 below in boston at this time. this is the coldest air we have been experiencing across the area since 1954. it is 15 below in wooster. we have already broken the records here. 3 below set in 1934 actually. windchill temperatures feeling more like 30 to 45 degrees below zero.
for the north and west. we still have a windchill warning out today. afternoon the winds slowly subside just a bit. it will still be bitter with a high of 9 degrees this valentine's day but it is not going to be warning criteria or anything like that. soon there is a warm-up on the way. when we'll see 20s and 50s coming up. the extreme cold is prompting extra precautions. she is keeping them operating and warm. warming centers were open for anyone who needs them. not everyone is getting out of these frigid temperatures. >> it is really take too much time to actually feel the windchill. >> reporter: we'll call him mr. g. on a dangerously frigid saturday night he decided he did not want to stay in a shelter instead spending the
>> where am i going to spent the night tonight? >> it really doesn't matter. >> outside? >> yeah, more than likely. >> why don't you want to go there? >> you would rather be outside in the -- not in the street but i mean with the type of people that are in there and how crowded it is. >> they are just as coal. it means a million miles away. they are the lucky ones but still feeling the chill. >> ice cold. this. >> is it fighting cold? >> the wind is awful. we need to keep going. >> not that bad at all. hat, gloves, do what you got to do but don't stop living. >> reporter: they will keep an eye out for anybody out in the
mr. g. says years on the street warned them to be cautious about tonight. >> reporter: so you'll be all right? >> yes. of course i will. >> reporter: day are encouraging the homeless to come on in and take advantage because the conditions outside are simply just too yes. >> the death of scolleah. ken mccloud has more on the legacy. >> from the more he appointed him in 1986 he was a conservative. >> i think they are honest men
decide the case fairly and honestly according to their likes. >> reporter: the only son of a schoolteacher mom who coreyed you aim and survivorred nine children. he consisted to let states to. also writing. >> you know, as much as they would say i would still tangle me he was still there. >> agree with them or disagree with them they are all really really good reeds. >> reporter: he taught with
>> it was one of the most justices. >> he enjoyed baseball, opportunity -- >> i enjoy what i'm doing. as soon as i don't enjoy it i'm out of there. >> reporter: they were contemplating suing him over access to documents. in the end he was all about the law. >> he loved the law and the institution. he took the work incredibly seriously. he was with the majority there 2000 when they gave the presidential race george bush amid-the ballot debacle. he would also tell people to quote get over it. president obama offering his condolence. he praised him calling him a
>> a brilliant mind with color of of opinions. he influenced judges, lawyers and students and profoundly shaped the legal landscape. >> he will moronner serve on the supreme court. >> the president will avoid. the senate would have to confirm that choice and they say he should lever it to his successor. it gives you an idea how it was. the gnat vet was 98-0. his death became a key issue as well. >> it is up top mitch and
welcome back. this afternoon promising news here. we'll have sunshine and we'll warm up to 9 degrees for this valentine's day. we are also appreciating your reports coming in. right now ours are here. it is 12 below here. students, we'll see a warm up. we'll see 20s and 50s coming up. safety inspectors requester back out on boston's highways following a deadly i highway on fridayful 35-year-old kaitlyn was killed on her way to work. a manhole cover came loose and hit her wind shield. >> reporter: as her family
dent here d. o. t. fund they had to do what hay called precautionary maintenance. inconstruction crews spanned out. they made sure they were secure. cait lynn when a manhole cover went through her win shield covering her. she was teaching art in mill app. >> she came hem and i was devastated. they were helping parents cost to their witteds teammates. they are still tieing to figure out how it became airborne.
water off of the tower in the negative 35-degree temperature. the boiling water instantly turned into ice crystals. >> it is really cool. what is really cool is crashed the record overnight. >> we sure did. 3 below was the record in boston. >> when it got in the car it said 12. >> lovely. >> i saw it go woosh. >> and the wind combined with cool temperatures dangerously cold out there. if you haven't brought your pets in bring them inside. >> yeah, mine was bundled up in his jacket and boots. >> yes. he wasn't.
morning lows reported from our weather watchers here. new hampshire, several locations reporting 16 degrees belee or 19 degrees below zero. even there on the cape brutal cold in all five here. we have records. i just told you boston 9 belee. old a 15 below this morning. you know what. if you have exposed skins your car may not start if it has been parked outside overnight. take some time and let that car heat up a little by before you
temperatures a country the country here. bitter cold has funneled in. 9 below in boston. 26 degrees below zero. wind gusts coming from the northwest funneling in the cold air. it is 21 below degrees in chat ham. windchill warnings are still posted until noon today because cold. we'll still be that criteria. we are not going to be that cold. highs soar to right around 10 degrees. we are going with 9 here in boston. it is 1 below in boston. your weekend forecast here,
president's day 24 degrees. clouding up throughout the day. we have a few snow showers radar. we expectwe'll have clear skies overnight. as we look ahead there's hope ton the way here. we dig ourselves out of the morning. tuesday. pretty decent temperatures into next weekend, chris. all right. if you forgot yesterday's valentine's day grade schooled included sieve little cue romantic scenes.
might want to look up the best way to apologize for forgetting the cards, chocolates, roses, whatever else your lovered ones wants. lacing on the dates for a good cause, how you can help the hockey player injured at the winter classic begoing ice skating. we'll tell you about it when we come back. alright guys. i want to show you some cutting edge technology. this is a vhs tape. push that tape in and hit play. this is a flip phone. have you seen these before? it's called a compact disc. oh. looks like we're getting a facsimile. what year is it to you? it's old. you'd rather use newer technology? definitely. well, i've got something to show you. this is the 2016 chevy volt. it uses extended range electric technology. the prius hybrid uses battery technology developed 15 years ago. chevy expects volt drivers to get over a thousand miles between fill ups. it's got every technology there is.
crashed into the boards. fmc sports says it will donate a dollar from every public admission today to a fund in her name. the company runs 24 ice links in massachusetts. coming up, fighting fire and ice, the difficulties as fire crews caught a fire these frigid conditions. hey pamela. >> we have sub zero temperatures in all locations. 12 below. brian has 12 below. it is 15 degrees bow low zero.
good morning to you. you're listening to this song to get going this morning. [ music ] she pick add good weekend to stay home and recover for sure. we are stuck in record breaking cold. >> stay snuggled up. we'll report on the cold. you don't have to go outside and feel i. >> unless you feel it. >> afternoon would be a better time. temperatures at least get above zero. >> awesome. sun up. it will help warm us out of the
boston. we officially broke the record of 3 below in 1934. we are now 9 below in boston. it is 9 below for our friends. it actually feels wind because it's 33 and windchill warning until noon. no matter where you are it is dangerously cold. it is single digits for this 9:00 p.m. for the day. a gusty northwest wind. sub zero winds to start monday morning as well. soon to the 50s. those numbers coming none a
words of condolence pouring government. he died overnight in texas. president obama called him a brilliant legal mind. he says he brought good judgment and whit to the bench. no major issues after inspecting hundreds of manholes and other equipment. a woman was killed when a windshield. there is in reason the believe any others are in eminent danger of failing. now to the presidential campaign and last night's feisty debate. last face off before the republican primary.
six men city vying for the nomination. >> they took to the debate straights turned to scalia. the candidates it should be up to the next if 39. i like for the country to put the country first. >> jeb is so wrong. >> things got heated over the war in iraq. >> obviously as the war in iraq was a big fat mistake. george bush meated a mistake -- made was a his take. >> reporter: this debate could be may decide who continues in this case. rubio clashed. >> he lied about ben carson in iowa.
>> later crews took on donald rump. >> right now he supports federal taxpayer funding. i disagree with him on that. that's matter of principal. >> you a liar. polls. this was the last time republicans will debate before the first primary, who play taken a step back. >> good morning. ill thought jeb bush had the best debate, more than holding his own in several exchanges with trump and appearing more
rubi for me the biggest take away which to be thed lying against other candidates. the biggest staked out when he had left and planned parenthood that are unlikely to play well with the g. o. p. primary. if she is showing last night it doesn't. a fight here in lawrence where a fast moving house fire and elements were the enmies. it also created problems for firefighters. paul burton explains. it leaves more than a dozen residents out in the cold.
>> they say the blaze broke out saturday morning. fortunately everyone made it out safely. >> a fire on the third. >> i am just in shock. >> reporter: she says she was on her way home and she saw the flames and smoke billowing from her house. >> everything was in there. we have nothing right now. no clothes, no home, nothing. where we royed about clothe clothe and each other. >> firefighters also have to battle the blaze andfully gym temperatures. >> the water will slow down and start to freeze and we'll slip and fall.
brians had a big answer to retaining the lead. starting with erickson. two to 0th reel. it's 3-2 this time without an injured nicole juliann to accomplish that. >> yeah, especially usingss firm. >> we kept it tight and came with a big win. we have to be happy and focus ton next one. college come, bc mac tied
ties it at 5. that is how it ended a 5-5 tie, a great game. last night the dunk contest and call tilled he easily went up against j. y. minnesota but in the finals kens but wouldn't did it to win it. just short. college hoops, harvard having a tough year. struggling in much like last night they had a tough one again.
harvard falls to 10-14 overall. that's it at sports. we'll have much more coming up. someday state of the unioned for that later on tonight. sticking with sports far minute. the race was run on very warm conditions. they lead the u.s. team in leo. rio. >> it evens out overa long, >> i won't last forever. we will have a warm up.
remember seeing this last year too. it creates the sea smoke here. a live look right now. some sea smoke. so we are tracking the record lows across the board here. we not only have record cold temperatures on the surface but we have cold temperatures high up in the sky. for forecasters it is important to us. we broke records on the ground. 5000 feet up in the sky we need to know what's going on up there too to help with our forecast. we broken -- last time we were that cold was back in january
just fantastic signs for you guys. morning -- science for yogis. middleton police tweeted to me. they have 11 degrees below in that location. if you have to head out make sure you your skin covered. you could get frostbite in ten minutes if you're out there for that long. current temperatures below zero in all spots. the record is 3 below. we definitely shattered that record. mixed in with the temperature it actually feels like 33 below in boston at this time. windchill warnings posted until noon because it will be bitterly cold. today's high temperatures will be right around 10 degrees in most spots.
maximum for this date on valentine's day. make sure you snuggle up. wooster going for a record high- cold temperature. lows tonight with back below. thank goodness it was fantastic. want to show you we actually have ocean effect flurries. it will stick around for the next few hours and then the clouds hang around the will be mostly sunny. 24 on monday. a heat wave and then we really get hot. tuesday high of wintery mix change to rain that afternoon and temperatures stay pretty mild the rest of the week. the second question of the morninga windchill warning was issued when the windchill is forecast to fall for how long?
>> . >> i will go with a, three hours. >> that's right. three hours or more. >> i get half of them right, half of them wrong every time on on with you. >> thank you very much. only a state of mind. take a look. they stripped down and took the plunge yesterday. it is all for a good cause. the sponsored event here was raising money for the special olympics. a valentine's day desert that you have to see to believe plus the state department clinton's e-mails. we'll tell you all about the
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from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz this morning. >> good morning it's 7 and valentine's day as well thanks for waking up with us on this bitterly cold morning i am chris mckinnon and i got my good friend pamela here. >> sunday morning. >> hanging out. >> really cold. >> trying to stay warm. >> yes. it's bitter out there. unbelievable low temperatures. we have record lows actually. and we as soon as midnight hit, hit that record low today in boston of 4 below at that time and since then we have clicked down to 9 degrees below. old record 3 below.
the old one 11 below and we are now 15 degrees below zero and it feels much worse when you factor in wind speeds. wind chills between 30 and 40 45* degrees below zero. in a lot of locations here feeling more like 41 below zero in worcester. 36 behoe in boost ofnlt it's dangerous with the bitter cold temperatures and wind chills we have a wind chill warning that continues until noon. if you don't have to go outside, stay inside and keep warm and later today will be the time to gout and about as -- go out and about as long as you have plenty of layers. 9 degrees the high temp plpty of fun except the cape where you are experiencing a few flurries and clouds will ling mert forecast later today and we keep it windy for you as well. coming up, when we have a warmup and tracking some 20s coming up in the 7-day. chris. >> 20s sound really good compared to 9. thanks very much. the extreme cold is prompting extra precautions around boston.
just to keep them operating and warming centers are opened for anyone who needs them. but as jim smith find out not everyone is able to get out of the frigid temperatures. >> really doesn't take too much time for you to feel the wind chill. >> reporter: we will call him mr. g he has been homeless 5 or 10 years but on a dangerously frigid saturday night he decided he didn't want to stay in a shelter. instead, spending the overnight out in the elements where are you going to spend thenight? >> tonight? doesn't matter. >> reporter: outside? >> yeah more than likely. >> reporter: why doesn't you want to go in there. >> well, i mean, inside there conditions are like you rather be outside in not in the street but i mean, with the type of people in there and how crowded it is. >> reporter: copley square is just as cold but seems a million miles away. these people the lucky ones. scurrying to warm destinations but still feeling the chill.
honestly. i want to go like this. >> reporter: is it biting cold. >> it's horrible. my fingers. >> the the wind is awful we need to keep going. >> reporter: not that bad. >> not that bad at all hat and gloves do what you got to do but don't stop electric. >> reporter: police and other authorities will keep an eye out for anybody out in the cold who needs help as for mr. g, he says years on the street have taught him to somehow get by. even tonight. are you worried about tonight? >> no not at all. of course not. >> reporter: you will be all right. >> yes. of course i will. >> reporter: and despite his decision to stay out of theshelters overnight city officials are encouraging the homeless to come on in and take advantage of the facilities because the conditions outside are simply just too brutal. this morning. now to a developing story death and legly of antonin scalliaways on a hundreding
he was the longest serving justice on the court and whether you agreed with his rulings he was passionate in his beliefs. ken macleod has more. >> i do solemnly ware. >> reporter: from the moment he was appointed in 1986 to the conservative whose best friend was a woman with polar opposite views. >> i think they are honest men and women and i think they decide the case fairly and theirlikes. >> reporter: he was raised in new jersey the only son of a italian immigrant dad and school teach are mom whose worth earthic carried him throughharvard law and survived 9 children he voted to let states outlaw abortion and to permit executions. often writing eloquent and entertaining descends that secured his fellow justices. >> you know as much as they would say you know i would like to strangle him he was theirs in many ways.
it shows his opinions are all gems agree or disagree they are all really good reads. >> reporter: new england law professor friedman taught with justice scallia twice and says he was a rock star with students. >> he was probably one of the most influential justice of the supreme court. >> reporter: away from the bench he enjoyed baseball poker hunting and playing the piano. but when it came to law, he he was a bulldog who stuck to his guns and made no apologies. >> i am not driven. i enjoy what i am doing. as soon as i no longer enjoy it i am out of there. >> reporter: there were controversies for sure like a hunting trim with vice president dick cheney when they were contemplating suing him over access to documents and gesture captured by a boston newspaper some critics deemed obscene but in the end he was all about the law. >> he loved the law. and the constitution and he took the work incredibly seriously. >> reporter: he was with the
supreme courtee gave the presidential race to george bush over al gore ahmed the hanging chad debacle and when questioned later whoa tell people to get over it. i am ken macleod, wbz news. >> president obama offered condolences to the family and praised him calling him a larger than life presence on the bench. >> brilliant legal mind with an energetic style, and incisive wit and colorful opinions. he influenced the generation of judges, lawyers and students, and profoundly shaped the legal landscape. he will no doubt be remembered as one of the most consequential judges and thinkers on the supreme court. >> the president said he would appoint a justice to succeed antonin scalia and senate majority leader has said the president should leave that
that gives you an idea of how divided washington is. when scalia was confirmed in 1986 the vote was 98-0. and it didn't take long for the political division to take center stage. at last night's rep you be can -- republican debate. >> it's up to mitch mcconnell and it's called delay. >> it underscores the stakes of this election. we are one justice away from a supreme court that will strike down every restriction on abortion adopted by the states. >> we will have a full recap of the debate and analysis from jon keller coming up at 7:30. debate moderator john dickerson will have several of the candidates on face the nation right here on wbz. work crews pent the -- spent weekend inspecting manhole covers after a deadly accident. up next the results of the inspections and also what we learned about the health of ray
that sent his car crashing into a home. pamela. >> good morning. we have brutal cold out there and record lows according -- reported across the board. subzero temperatures according to weather watchers. we have 9 below near beverly, 10 degrees below he zero in boston and actually in cambridge and more subzero temperatures on the way for your monday morning. then we warm up a bit. when we will see 20s in that 7-
. welcome backp inspect-- inspectors were on the road checking manhole covers grates and electric can panels they want to prevent another accident like on friday. massdot said they inspected more than 900 manhole covers 65 were repaired out of an abundance of caution. caitlin clavette was killed when the manhole cover came through and crashed through the windshield.
she was a beloved art teacher and a triathlete who spent hours training. grief counselors were at the school yesterday helping families deal with the tragedy. and update on former boston mayor ray flynn who was involved in a car accident this week after blacking out at the wheel. doctors say it is likely due to an irregular heartbeat that led to a drop if blood pressure. he what defibrillator implanted at mass general and he is recovery. from handwritten greeting cards to diamond rings, valentine's day gifts run the gamut. hear just how some folks how much they are willing to pay for what others write off as a hallmark holiday. and is today your birthday? if you share it with pretty good people. drew bledsoe former patriotquarterback is 44 and carl bernstein 72 and florence
valentine's day morning. and just like your first crush >> oh. >> but i see cold. >> oh. >> right? i don't know some people might be with their first crush my mom and dad have been together since the 8th grade. >> that's so cute. >> isn't that wild. yeah and they grew up in corner. >> amazing. hopefully they have good plans. >> in a. >> dad if you forgot it's valentine's day run out and got mom something. >> the later in the day the better. dangerously cold temperatures. be smart if you have to head out. doesn't allow your skin to beexposed to the cold. if you are out more than 10 minutes you can get frostbite very quickly. and once you get the numbing feeling that's the sign that frostbite is setting in. cover up wear gloves and hat and several layers. smoke you saw in the live picture it was just so cool. last time this happened was
it's because we have an arctic air mass moving over the warmer ocean water so that's why you have the smoke. anyway, your car might be stressed with the cold weather, too. mine was this morning. chris yours was too we were talking about that. check the tire pressure car battery keep winter safety kit in the trunk if you are traveling and don't forget about your pets. hopefully they are nice and warm and snugeled up next to you right now. monk lows reported across the area here in new hampshire we have the bitter cold lows from 16 below to 17 to 19 below zero. dan vers 7 below. temperatures running below still 9 debelow -- below in boston and we have record lows across the board. three below. that's the record in boston that was shattered as soon as midnight hit. wind gusts strong from the northwest between 20 and 35 miles per hour and combined
feels like 36 below in boston. and 41 beflow worcester with double -- below worcester with double digits below zero temperatures today north. until noon we have a wind chill warning in effect and once we get past wind the -- noon the wind will subside and it will be gusty but highs above freezing but it's not warning criteria. but it's going to be bitterly cold with high of 9 degrees feeling like 10 to 20 below zero at times. and this could be the record lomax temperature for worcester and boston for this date val entie's -- valentine's day. we are going with the forecast high of 9. lows tonight again below zero. one below in boston 6 below in worcester and as we get out of this hole we have dug our is selves into the act he can air retreats a bit enough so that we will warm to 24 degrees we
it will be a heat weave but it clouds up and we've a chance for snow. might see minor accumulation out of that system first before it changes to all rain by tuesday afternoon. speaking of snow and satellite radar we have ocean effect flurries moving across the iter portions of the cape to chatham and slick roads because of that but once we get past this afternoon, that ocean effect will move out. and we have mostly clear skies expected for the next 24 hours or so. clouds rollback in mondaya noon and we have -- monday afternoon and we have the wintry mix be a soaring to a high of 50 and staying mild compared to what we are living through now for the rest of the week going into next weekend. >> as long as there's two digits on there we are okay. thanks very much. the price of love is not what it used to be. american are expected to shell out nearly 20 billion dollars for valentine's day this year.
get this men are speced to spend 200 dollars women around $100 -- expected to spend 200 and women around $100. it's the second biggest greeting card day surpassed by christmas. 2 billion dollars spent on roses and flowers. men will buy 75% of the 110 million roses sold. chocolate big on valentine's day. more than 1 3/4 of a billion dollars spent on candy. and the number one gift on valentine's day you got it, jewelry. 4 1/2 billion dollars expected to go towards rings bracelets and earrings and necklaces. hopefully you get something good on this valentine's day. ahead in the next half-hour profanity the supreme court and harshest criticism ever of the last republican president. what you might have missed from last night's gop debate. but first call it puppy love a special valentine's day edition
terrier mix with lots of energy and he is a great family dog and he likes dogs his own size a is not too crazy about little ones but he will try to play with them but the problem is he is so active that he will actually step on them. he he loves his food and he loves his tummy rubbed and is a great family dog. we would recommend a family that has older children and one that's willing to put sometime into training him. he is really very smart. he already knows sit usually and but wants to play so badly he would be good family dog and he will need some training. >> and who doesn't love a dog that loves to give kisses roominger thanks for being -- roger thanks for being so sweet and over here ivan and lee low. >> they are bonded pair of brothers they are 2 years old
ivan is the this is ivan and he is very active and forward. he will come out and greet you. lelo is a little more shy. he will over here he will -- he will hang back but once he is in his element he is so good. they are like siblings and human siblings they play and roughhouse and then they argue and go back and play again. they are very great. they would be good with a family with children that like to play. >> they are playful but require less activity than this guy over here. >> exactly. he needs to be walked. they liked to be played with. they do well with dogs and we are not sure about cats. we think they do well with cats they haven't been he can posed to them. >> -- extoe -- exposed to them. >> when we talk about the dogs they are beautiful and looking for great forever home how do
>> we are opened in suddenbury on route 2 -- sud beery on theroute 20 -- sudbeery we are -- sudbury we open at 12 and until 5. and you can look us up on internet at buddy doghf.org. >> and the information on there with the three pups of course a lot of other pups and pets that need homes. >> dogs and cats we have both. >> and the sweet guys are up for adoption if you are interested there's the information on the screen. pat thatchings for coming. >> thanks for -- thanks for coming. >> thanks for coming. >> i want to take you home roger.
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>> good morning to you. it's 7:30 right now on your valentine's day morning and we are taking a live look right now at. >> sea smoke. >> sea smoke. >> amazing. >> that made pamela's morning. thanks for being with us it's unsim chris mckinnon in for carry. >> there's an arctic air mass over the water water relatively warmerrer and you get the combination of a sea smoke. >> it looks cool. >> amazing. if you have pictures send them in i love seeing them. >> we have lot of weather watchers up. >> we have and we appreciate the reports i will show you more later. current temperatures running well below zero in all spots. we had a record low right after midnight actually in boston of 4 below. old record 3 below in 1934 but now we have continued to fall to 9 degrees below zero in boston. is a behoe in worcester also a record low and it's bitterly cold out there. very uncomfortable and
skin and if you are out for longer than 10 minutes you might see frostbite sitting in. wind chill temperatures between 30 and 45 degrees below zero feeling like 36 degrees below in boston. wind chill warnings are posted through noon and wind chill advisory for the cape and islands. cold in all locations. we are going to warm up a bit to 9 degrees for valentine's day forecast. plenty of sunshine except along the cape we will have clouds and maybe a couple ocean effect flurries too. staying windy and frigid and good news on the way. when we will see 20s and the warmup in a bit. >> thanks very much aproperty it. let's check -- aproperty it. let's check -- appreciate it. let's check top stories words of condolence are pouring in after the death of antonin scalia who died overnight in texas. president obama called him a brilliant legal mind and former president george w. bush says he brought intellect good judgment and wit to the bench.
issues after inexpecting hundreds of manholes drainage grates and other highway equipment on friday a woman was killed on 93 when a 200 pound manhole cover flew into the air and through her windshield near the o'neill tunnel. there's no reason to believe other manholes are in danger of failing. a irregular heartbeat my have caused former mayor ray flynn's to pass out. he had a defibrillator implanted and is expected to make a full recovery. a fast moving house fire and elements were the enemy but the structure of the house created problems for crews. paul burton explains. >> reporter: a frigid february fire breaks out in lawrence leaving more than dozen residents out in the cold. >> freezing i know. like i am cold. >> reporter: fire officials say the blaze broke out saturday morning on the third floor of
fortunately everyone made it out with no injuries. heavy fire on the third -- >> heavy fire on the third floor aid very well made strong building but a lot of fine architecture in the years they used tongue and groove water on cold. >> i am in shock. >> reporter: santiago says she was on her way home when she saw the flames and smoke billowing from her house. >> everything was in there. we have nothing right now. no clothes no home nothing. worried about where they will going to live and stay and worried about their clothes and each other. >> reporter: firefighters not only had to battle the blaze but also frigid temperatures. >> it's cold. i am afraid of the slip and fall especially now as things slow down. water will slow down and freeze and we will slip and fall. we are trying to get it but it's difficult to the ladders putting it in the ice. >> >> reporter: most the fire was contained to the third floor.
15 people have been displaced assisted by the red cross now. the fire remains under investigation. paul burton wbz news. >>g now to the presidential campaign and last night's feisty debate in the last face- off before south carolina republican primary. craig boswell reports sparks with flying a-- were flying among the 6 men vying for the gop nomination. >> reporter: the republican presidential candidates took to the debate stage in the first questions turned to the death of supreme court justice antonin scalia president obama announced he will appoint an replacement. >> i would like the president for once here put the country first. >> reporter: that consensus turned to disagreement. >> let me tell you this. jeb is so wrong. >> reporter: things got heatedbefore trump and bush over the war in iraq. >> obviously, the war in iraq was a big fat mistake george
mistakes but that was a beauty. >> donald trump was building a reality tv show, my brother was building a security apparatus to keep us safe. >> reporter: this could be crucial for the candidates. the south carolina primary is just a week away and may decide who continues in the race. marco rubio and ted cruz clashed on immigration. >> marco has a long record when it comes to amnesty. >> for a n weeks ted cruz has been telling lies and lied lied about. >> reporter: later cruz took on donald trump nope right now today as a can-- >> right now today as a candidate he supports federal tax for. >> you are the single biggest liar and probably worse than jeb bush. >> reporter: voters go to the polls on february 20th. craig boswell cb is s news greenville south carolina -- cbs news greenville south carolina. >> that's the last debate for the republicans before the first primary in the south. who improved and who may have taken a step back. jon keller breaks it down for us.
so who had a good night in last night's debate? i thought jeb bush had the best debate so far. more than holding his own in several exchanges with donald trump. and appearing more animated than he has in the past. marco rubio recovered from his disasterous outing in the last debate in new hampshire and scored well at times it canly in slugfest with ted cruz over immigration. but for me the biggest take away was trump's overly aggressive performance which featured interruption, finger pointing and repeated accusations of lying against other candidates. he was also repeatedly booed by the crowd. and the biggest danger for trump came when he staked out least left leaning position on the war in iraq and planned parenthood unlikely to play well with south carolina very conservative gop primary electorate. let's put it this way if his showing last night doesn't suppress his south carolina poll numbers then nothing will. jon keller at large, wbz this morning.
front man for the u.s. band islamic extremist is sharing the chilly story of how he escaped death. jesse hughes in eagles of death metal were playing last november 13th. gunmen attacked the crowd killing 89 people at the concert. hughes described the frightening moments when he was trying to run out of the back door when one of the gunmen saw him. >> i thought i was dead and i just waited for the shot to hit me and when he went to pull his rifle down, the barrel of the gun hit the door frame. thank god and when it hit the door frame i hit the door and i opened the door and he started firing and his rounds shut the door behind me as the bullets pushed the door shut behind me. >> hughes told swedish television he is. [audio not understandable] they are scheduled to play in paris on tuesday. al shabab has taken responsibility for a bombing jet last week they say they
intelligence officials and nato personnel from turkey. the state department has released another,000 hillary clinton's e-mails from when she was secretary of state. the democratic presidential hopeful is under fire for using a private e-mail server while in office. 46,000 e-mails have been released. the remainder will be made public before super tuesday. the bruins are the team to beat on the road and last night's game was a must. see the best moments in two minutes or less coming up in sports. top of the brown box. alright got it! aromatherapy. lotion. woo. grey basket bottom right. you are so organized. and the selfie stick. t give me that look... life is packing for an early delivery, and an ikea closet
good morning sometimes in sports you can't explain things bruins under .500 at home but get them away from the garden and theft second best record in all of hockey. a very impressive 17-5 and 3 into yesterday afternoon's affair in minnesota. bruins doing it the hard way saturday. brad continues to be red hot takeed the -- taking the feed the 27th goal of the season. 12 in the last 12 games 1-0 boston stayed that way through midway through the second. he loses track of the puck and gets into the net and we are tied at 1. but, not for very
>> and into the left circle and back to the back door and that came off. >> it should be a goal though. >> that was the split into thepolls and knocked it off the peg. >> i think it went in and the question is going to be was the net knocked off prior to it. >> we have a good goal on ice. >> and david gives the bruins the lead. >> just 35 seconds after the wild tied it tracy untied it and it was in and brewins with the big answer to retake lead. third period, they get a couple more. starting with erickson on the break away. 200th goal of his career and bruins have a 2-goal lead and it's 3-1 and dagger. the long empty netter and bruins win again away from home without an injured bergeron. just the 23 coach in nhl history to accomplish the feat.
>> yeah, we started the road trip the right way. that's how we wanted to come out and respond and especially for tonight and the way we regrouped and played and especially there in the third period kept it tight and came with a big win so we have to be happy and let's this go and focus on the next one. >> the next in detroit this afternoon. college hockey great game bc and merrimack tied at 4 in the third. eagle grab a 5-4 lead but under a minute to go merrimack ties it and it is tipped in and tied at 5 and they go through overtime score and that's how it ended a 5-5 tie. nba all star game is tonight in toronto. last night the skills competition three point contest and dunk contest and the all skills challenge. which isaiah thomas of the celtics took part in. thomas easily won the first
mccollum in the second round and won without too much difficulty after make a lay-up and 3 in-- 3-pointer at the other but against carl anthony towns he needed to knock done one more three but couldn't. before towns did it to win it. yes isaiah comes close but he he falls just -- but he falls just short. college hoops harvard having a tough year hosting yale. the team struggling and like last night a tough one. 12 point win against yale. bulldogs are undefeated in ivy league play 8 07b after the win and harvard falls to 10-14 overoverall. boston col's the home later this afternoon against syracuse -- college at home later this afternoon against syracuse. i am dan roche wbz sports. saying it is cold doesn't do it justice. how cold it is.
picture for you. researchers at mount washington observatory threw a pot of boiling water off the tower. but it instantly turned into ice crystals because negative 35 degrees up there on the mountain. and that's a wind chill back here. >> yeah. that's our wind chill down here so up there it was cold enough for i wouldn't try it down here. we are only 9 below. >> only 9 below she says. >> but incredible. >> it will not stay 9 bow low. >> no. >> we will be a little above zero today. >> we will later on once we get the sun higher in the sky that will modify things. but this is the rock bottom we will hit for the next several days. once we get through the morning it's smooth sailing from here. current temps on mount washington 26 degrees below zero. and feeling much worse when you fabor in the wnd chill. 15 behoe in worcester and we have hit new record lows. 3 below was old record in
worcester the old record was 11 below. we are below zero in all locations here. i am getting pictures getting reports of sea smoke out this and we showed you live pictures over the harbor. here's another picture from clark beach looking towards plum island but i appreciate you e-mailing the picture and it's gorgeous. when we have the arctic air over the water you see sea smoke and we saw this last year when we had bitter cold temperatures after the blizzard of valentine's day weekend. not experiencing a blizzard this year but bitter cold and the cold takes a toll not only on people and not only on pets and our cars but also at home and businesses. so cover exposed pipes if you haven't and run water at a trickle. open the cabinets and let the airflow. don't use oven or snow to hay the house don't run generators near or inside the home or business.
from weather watchers well below zero 19 below is the win he so far mid -- milton 11 below. police department reported that few hours -- a few hours ago and the wind not making things better. it makes it way dangerous. wind gusts between 25 and 35 miles per hour from the northwest with the real feel temperatures more like 36 below in boston. 41 below in worcester and 33 below for manchester to lawrence. that's why we have a wind chill warning until noon for everyone here. and once we get some of the sunshine and a little bit of that wind to subside, even though it will be gusty, we won't be quite to warning or advisory criteria buttures will -- temperatures will warm up a bit. boston 90 and will feel better than what we are at right now. lows tonight, below zero. not as bad as what we experience this morning. and if you are heading to the slopes, if you wan to go to the north or anything just be aware it's going to be very, very
covered and i am sure there are short lines getting up to ski lift. 5 below for today's high temperature to the north. monday a little better for president's day 18 degrees and it's holiday. president's day monday, 24 after a frigid start increasing cloud and late day snow chance. we have ocean effect flurries on outer cape that will dissipate in couple hours and then up to 50 for tuesday. a bit of snow and then wintry mix to rain. very interesting chris. >> very interesting thanks very much pamela. appreciate it. you can't beat the cold you will feet it but this might warm your heart up. we will tell you how braving
well... free welcome back. happening today people heading to local skating rinks can help raise money for an athlete paralyzed during the winter classic. denna laing crashed into the boards at gillette stadium on new year's day and now ice sports based in pembroke had donate. romantic dinners are a stable of valentine's day. coming up the phantom gourmet checks out the hot spot that
it's valentine a day and the phantom dore may is visiting a local mexican restaurant and the name translates to little kiss. >> reporter: start with chips salsa and fresh made guacamole and move onto tacos or a cheese smoothered steak and finish with fresh fried cheweros and don't forget margaritas. when mexican what you crave you
with locations in burlington and chestnut hill. the restaurant is about as close as you can get to mexico without a passport. >> when you walk in you are overwhelmed by sort of the spirit of mexico the smell of the chilis and the sound of the music and the vibe in the place. and the textures and materials authenticity when you walk in you know it immediately. >> reporter: the dining room is dkd out with decor the oner collected on his many trips south of the border but john is usually back in the kitchen sampling all the deliciously authentic mexican recipes moo this is the part i love the most to taste something. >> reporter: tortilla soup poured tableside but john suggest any dish that is served with mole from the salmon to the enchiladas. >> one of the most difficult sauces complex has the most amount of ingredients and taste
the stove is what it's all about. oh my gosh. >> reporter: and just as good as the food is the hospitality after all it is spanish for little kiss and john makes sure every customer feels the love every time they visit. >> i think when you visit you will find out that it feels like you are remove from your every day life and you get the feeling you are away and it's a nice feeling and we do lots of little things that people love and so when you get that in a local dining experience, it's a mind blower. >> and for more food and fun watch phantom gourmet today at 10:30 and 11 a.m. on my tv38. what time are we done this morning. >> right now. >> right now i know. that made me hungry. all right. top stories and accu-weather pore cast are coming upa -- forecast is coming up at the top of the hour. you are watching wbz happy
strong winds are expected to bring -- temperatures dropped to below zero and strong winds are expected to bring the temperatures down lower. it's cold. >> at one point we were 9 below in boston and we warmed to 8 degrees below zero. no matter what we have shattered the old record of 3 below set in 1934 for boston. actually at logan airport and we reached a record low at 4 belowafter midnight. so it's been very coal. worcester also is shattering a record the old one, 11 below. real feel temperatures feeling like 34 below in boston and a wind chill warning in place until noon today. for the day planner we warm into the single digit this afternoon. -- digits this afternoon. if you are heading out for dinner or brunch don't have any exposed skin if you will be out for longer than a few minutes.
when we will see 20s in the 7p forecast. >> i thought you were talking about time but the temps are in the single digits. the extreme cold isprompting, tray precautions around the citych the -- extra precautions around the city. the t has been running traibs to -- trains to keep them up and operating. and jim smith reports not everyone was getting out of the frigid temperatures. >> really doesn't take too much time for me to feel the wind chill. >> reporter: we will call him lg hoe has been homeless 5 or 10 years but on a dangerously frigid saturday night decide he didn't want to spent the night in the shelter spending the night in the elements. where are you going to spend the night. >> where am i going to spend the night tonight? it doesn't matter. >> reporter: outside? >> more than likely. >> reporter: why don't you want to go in there. >> i mean, inside there conditions are like you rather
but i mean, with the type of people in there and how croided it is. >> reporter: cosh crowded it is. >> reporter: copley-- crowded it is. >> reporter: copley square is just as cold but these are the lucky ones feeling the chill. >> ice cold. honestly. i wanted to go like this. >> reporter: biting cold. >> it's horrible. >> the wind is awful we need to keep going. >> reporter: it's. >> it's not that bad at all hat gloves and do what you got to do but don't stop living. >> reporter: police and other authorities will keep an eye out for anybody in the cold who need help. as for mr. g he says years on the street taught him to somehow get by. even tonight. are you worried about tonight? >> not at all. >> reporter: you will be all right. >> yes. of course i will. >> reporter: and despite his decision to stay out of the shelters overnight, city officials are encouraging the homeless to come on in and take advantage of the facilities because the conditions outside
at copley square jim smith wbz this morning. now to a developing story the death of supreme court justice antonin scalia. he was on a hunting trip in texas when he died of apparent natural causes e was the longest serving justice on the present court. ken macleod has more. >> i antonin scalia. >> reporter: from the moment president reagan appointed him in 1986 he was a staunch coniser is have a -- conservative whose best friend views. >> i think they are honest men and women and i think they decide the case fairly and honestly aid coring to their likes. >> reporter: he was raised in new injuriesity only son of a immigrant dad and schoolteacher mom whose work ethic sent him through harvard law and sense of humor survived nine children
outlawed abortion often righting eloquent and entertaining descents. >> as much as they say i want to strangle him he was theirs. >> he labored over pros and it shows his opinions are all gems agree or disagree they are all really good read. >> reporter: new-land law professor -- new england law professor stot with justice scalia twice and says he was a rock star with students. >> he was probably one of the most influential justices of the supreme court in mod rip tight. >> reporter: he enjoyed baseball poker hunting and playing piano but when it came to law he was a bull doing that apologies. >> i am not driven. i enjoy what i am doing. as soon as i no longer enjoy it i am out of there authorize were controversies like a-- out of there. >> reporter: there were controversy like a hunting trem with dick cheney and justice
obscene but in the end he was about the law. >> he love the law and the constitution and he took the work seriously. >> reporter: scalia was with the majority back in 2000 when the supreme court essentially gave the presidential race to george bush over al gore ami the hanging chad ballot debacle in florida and when questioned later he would tell people to "get over it." i am ken macleo dwbz news. >> president -- wbz news. >> president obama praised scalia call him a larger than life presence on the bench. >> brilliant legal mind with a energetic style incisive wit and colorful opinions. and he influenced a generation of judges and lawyers and students. and profoundly shaped the legal landscape. he will no doubt be remember as one of the most consequential judges and thinkers to serve on the supreme court.
would appoint a justice to succeed antonin ska leila and the senate has to confirpt choice and mitch mcconnell has said the president should leave that decision to his successor. that gives you an indication hof divided washington is. by the what when scalia was one firmed in 1986, the senate vote to confirm him was 98-0. justice scalia's death was key issue last night at the republican debate. >> it's up to mitch mcconnell and everybody else to stop it it's called delay, delay, delay. >> underscores the stakes of this election. we are one justs away from a supreme court that will strike down every restriction on abortion adopted by the states. >> we will have a full recap of the debate coming up at 8:30. we want to update you on a story we are getting word. national grid says there's 13,000 power outage right now in essex county.
lynn area 5,000 in the saugus area. national grid says it's not weather related right now. we are still waiting on word as to what caused the equipment failure. 13,000 power outages in essex county. 8,000 in lynn. 5,000 in saugus. we will keep you updated throughout the morning. if chocolate is the currency of valentine's day this is the gold standard at 8:to -- 8:20 meet a local teen creating edible master pieces and this take no prisoner election season is heating up more. jon keller is in to break it
welcome back inspentors were check -- inspectors were checking grates and manhole they want a prevent another accident like the one on friday. massdot say crews inspected more than 900 manhole covers 65 repaired out of what they call an abundance of caution. caitlin clavette was killed when a manhole cover crashed through the windshield of her vehicle. they are trying to pin down how that happened she was a art
she was also a try athlete who -- triathlete who spent many hours training. counselors were at the school yesterday to help families deal with the tragedy. a update on former mayor ray flynn who was involved in a car accident after blacking out. doctors say it was due to a irregular heartbeat that led to a drop in blood pressure. expected to make a full recovery. we are talking record lowsand dangerous wind chill factors. pamela is back in with the forecast coming up at 7:30. but first, a big accomplishment for a runner whose world class career started here on the north shore. boston -- we will tell you all about it when we come back.
[ music ] it's just warm love. >> warm love we are sending warm thoughts to you on this valentine's day morning. and you can see the snow is on the ground and it's not going anywhere. >> no. >> is it pamela. >> nope. icy, bitter. >> brutal. i know. >> i know. >> it's cold and overwhelmingly response to my wither poll how to describe this wicked cold 1. >> it's wicked cold out there. >> wow.
describe it and we are getting pictures and reports of what you are experiencing and this hyannis. and great island in nantucket sound. i appreciate the photo and the sea smoke occurs when you have an arctic air mass like what we have going on right now moving over the warmer water and you get the sea smoke. beautiful pictures coming in and a fan at thatic weather phenomenon. this morning lows hitting rock bottom here. we are getting more reports 13 1/2 dough grows and very specific. hamilton 10 below. and we just beat the coldest temp i saw so far princeton reporting 20 below dooro and feels worse with the wind chill factored in. we hit record lows. boston the old record. three below we will wait for official word on the exact
in between readings but from what i saw 9 below is what we hit. worcester same thing. we will wait for official word from the national weather service. the old record was 11 below. uncomfortable in all spots and dangerously cold with the wind gusting between 20, 35 miles per hour from the northwest. and combined with the temperatures and it feels like 30 to 40 below zero in a lot of location. 34 behoe in boston. -- behe in boston. -- below in boston. wind chill warnings in place until noon until the wend subside and until we get into the single digits for highs today. in most locations. maybe a couple locations getting in the double digits. rockport lawrence potentially. 9 in boston going with # in norwood. overnight dipping to below zero again. wind chill values in between 10 and 20 below. any bit of a wind will make a difference.
for today 9. valentine's day 9. lamb heat wave with the warm temperature reading compared to today at least. clouding up late. a snow chance too and speaking of snow, we have a few ocean effect snow showers affecting the cape at this time. outer cape primarily. we have had cloud in the distapet off the south shore and southeastern mass and middle part of the cape. hour by hour see the ocean effect snow showers will dissipate and the cloud move out foro night to have the but partly cloudy on the outer cape. 9 for the high. monday 24. and chance for snow and late monday into early tuesday changing to a mix and then to rain as temperatures soar to 50 degrees. we have 40s and 30s for the rest of the 7-day. chris. >> don't go anywhere you want to watch this. >> okay. >> this somerville building
they taste better than they look. eh chocolatier is recognized as being the best in boston and aslisa hughes reports the locally owned chocolate shop is ranked as one of the absolute best in the country. take a look. batches. >> reporter: every day elaine and katherine create tiny edible works of art. >> we bring a lot of crafting in from old style while flavors. when the two started their careers chocolate was not on the menu. >> i worked for the admission and financial aid office at harvard college. >> i was internist and practiced medicine. >> reporter: they started small making chocolates and confections for close friends and family at christmas time. >> they were so well received that when katherine and i couldr at a point to stop work
up to the to do something like this sergeant. use elaine's initials eh chocolatier was born some local shops featured their creation and then a big company order. >> i looked at elaine and i said do you know who they are and she says no i don't. and she is like someone is ordering chocolate from us but doesn't know who we are and that's like this wow. >> reporter: he that's also what the customers say. >> i didn't know chocolate could aperor taste better. >> reporter: they have been named -- appear any better. >> reporter: they have been named best in boston. >> to make it two years in a row is phenomenal. >> reporter: "the new york times" places the chocolate carmel domes the best. they are declared one of the top ten chocolate spots for valentine's treat. >> you give it or take it for
>> we put our heart and soul into it and we make them to make people happy. >> another food story on this valentine's day. that's lisa hughes reporting. there is a small retail counter in the chocolate kitchen and they hope to expand. we have more on cbs boston.com. the war in iraq, the supreme court and who lied when. that's all up for the republicans last night during the debate. we will cut through the
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from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz this morning. >> good morning to you it's 8:30 a.m. as we look live over the city of of boston my favorite view in the morning. what a pretty city right pamela. lutely -- absolutely. we have lots to talk about. on this valentine's day. big story of course is the cold. thanks for being with us on
mckinnon in for kerry connally. >> i think the warmer weather will make her feel better. >> and everything is relative pamela. warmer we will be at. >> 20s tomorrow. yes. progress. >> better than negatives right. >> right. and we way below zero to start off the day. 9 below officially from the national weather service at logan apartment and that shattered old record -- airport and that shattered the old record. worcester at 14 below 9 below in nashua boston 8 same tore tawnt taunton and fall north and one in chat -- taunt on and falmouth and one in chatham. 38 below in worcester. until noon we have a wnd chill can warning in effect -- wind chill warning in effect. if you are heading out this morning or afternoon bundle up and make sure you don't have skin exposed because frostbite could set in quickly. and we have wind chills this
could allow for some of the frostbite to develop after 10 minutes. doesn't take long. valentine's day forecast warming into the single digits. 9 degrees this afternoon. plenty of sunshine although it's going to be blustery feeling more like 10 to 25 degrees below zero. more warmth on the way 20s and then 50s. you heard me right coming up in the 7-day. >> 5-0. >> yeah. >> or 1-5. >> 5p 0. going with it. >> sound good thank you very much. checking top stories this morning words of condolence from the highest reaches of the government after the death of supreme court justice antonin texas. president obama scald him a brill yapt legal mint and george w bush says he brought inter-- brill yeant legal mind and george w. bush says he brought intellect and wit. the massdot found no issues
a woman was killed after a manhole flew into the air and crashed into her windshield. the state says there's no other reason to believe other manholes are in danger of failing. an irregular heartbeat may have caused former mayor ray flynn's blood pressure to drop e broked drove his suv into a home and he is expected to make a full recovery. a frigid fight in lawrence where a fast moving how the fire and the elements were the- mis. but the structure of the house also created some problems. paul burton explains. >> reporter: a frigid february fire breaks out in lawrence. leaving more than a dozen residents out in the cold. >> freezing. i know. like i am just cold. >> reporter: fire officials say the blaze broke out saturday morning on the third floor of the multifamily home. everyone made it out safely with no injuries. heavy fire on the third floor. that is cut up building well
las lot of fire and architecture in the years they used water on the ceilings ham pring the operations in the cold. >> i am in shock. >> reporter: santiago who was on the third floor was on her way home when she saw the flames and smoke billowing from her house. >> everything was in there we have like nothing right now. no clothes no home nothing. >> mostly the cold. we are worried about where they will live and stay tonight and worried about their clothes and each other. >> reporter: firefighters had to beatle the blaze but also frigid temperatures. >> it's cold and i am afraid of slipping and falling as things slow down the water have slow and it will freeze and we will slip and fall and it's difficult for the ladders putting ladders in the highs. >> reporter: most the fire wan contained to the third floor no word on a cause. 15 people have been displaced being assisted by the red cross. the fire remains under investigation. in lawrence paul burton wbz news.
feisty debate. it's the last face-off before primary. craig boswell reports sparks why flying among the 6 men vying for the gop nomination. >> reporter: republican presidential candidates took to the debate stage and the first question turned to antonin scalia and the president announcing he will name replacement but the candidates argued that it should be up to the next president. >> i would like the president to for once here put the country first. >> reporter: but that turned to disagreement. >> let me tell you this of the jeb is so wrong. >> reporter: things got heated between donald trump and former governor jeb bush over the war in iraq. >> obviously, the war in iraq was a big fat mistake. george bush made a mistake we can make mistakes. but that one was a beauty. >> donald trump was building a reality tv show, my brother was building a security apparatus to keep us safe.
be crucial for the candidates. the south carolina primary is a week away and may decide who continues in the race. marco rubio and ted cruz clashed on immigration. >> marco has a long record when it comes to amnesty. >> for number of weeks he has been telling lies e lied about ben carson in iowa and lies about planned parenthood. >> reporter: and later cruz took on donald trump. >> right now he he supports federal taxpayer fun on manned parenthood. >> you are probably the biggest single liar and probably worse than jeb bush. >> reporter: voters go to the polls february 20th. >> and that debate was the latest round of fireworks in what's been a very intense campaign season. john kel -- jon keller has some of the other action in keller at large. >> reporter: good morning. thanks very much for joining us what a week it's been in the
hampshire primary has come and gone. south carolina is heating up and that was a very interesting democratic debate on thursday night. let's talk about it all. with our guest analysts from primary night back for an encore performance former boston globe com i am joanna weiss and veteran political strategist and analyst charlie manning. thanks for being here and thanks for the great job you did with us on primary night. good to see you both. >> thank you it was fun. >> let's tart with -- start with the democrats. for meet the telling moment in -- for me, the telling moment was hillary clinton pointing out that president obama then senator obama took more wall street money than any democrat ever in a campaign when he ran. and it didn't stop him from backing pursuing extra regulation of wall street. bernie sanders really briteled when she accused him of not being sufficiently loyal to the
given the large number africanperson voters in south carolina and general -- american voters in south carolina and general democrats forward. >> it's dangerous territory he is getting into because yes, he had tremendous support in new hampshire i mean unpredictable almost the level of support. >> for sanders. >> for bernie sanders yeah. but, this is a white state. as is iowa and now he is into the rest of the country and he has to appeal to minority voters and walks the fine line with criticizing obama for you know what a lot of people i think view as progress particularly on the subject of health care. so aid good position -- it's a good position for hillary clinton to be in and psh him on that. >> and charlie over the combined 200 years of following politics, i've seen anger votes. but i've seen a lot of voting where voters who may be angry are a little reluctant to go too far with change.
>> absolutely and there's no reason for sanders to do this. obama is not running again. when obama comes up you should say he's been a great president and he got a lot done and now we have got to move forward and this is the direction i want to take the country. if we polled obama among democratic pry harry voters, his favoritability would be 70%, 80%. people like him. he is their guy they don't have a lot on the national scene anymore. so, there's no reason and it opens the window for hillary clinton to say why wouldn't you -- why would you criticize president obama doesn't make sense. >> you saw her walking the tightrope saying we want change but saying you know president obama picked me and presented herself as a continuation of the obama administration. >> but how can sanders do what you are suggesting when his critique is blistering. weert worst in the world in -- we are the worst in the world
bleak picture and doesn't say because of the republicans. i mean, i will give him credit for at least intellectual honesty. he is equal opportunity barber. but. >> you can do both. there's no plus for him to criticize president obama and it opens up a door for hillary to wrap her arms around obama who is the most popular figure still in the democratic party. >> in the meantime, we have to take a break but joanna briefly, he certainly is on message. >> he is so on message. you know in some ways in the way marco rubio was in the previous debate that got him in trouble. he stayed to the stump speech and got back to his economic issue. but the question for him is, does he have a platform to push beyond that central economic issue and if he he doesn't, when does that start to hurt him. >> next up republicans. we will talk about them and what happens next when we
to figure out most checking accounts can now cost you hundreds every year. but a dcu free checking account is still well... free welcome back we are talking with election analysts joanna weiss and charley manning let's talk about republicans. viewers know we tape on fryers so we don't have the benefit -- fridays so we don't have the benefit of seeing seat night can be saturday night debate but i am sure it's going to be interesting and it does appear based on what we saw during the week that finally, trump is the singular almost singular focus
let's start with you charley. he seems to be trying to tone down his act and said today no more cursing at rallies and we will see how long that hold up. what's that all about and is this really now a test for him? >> he got the first win under his belt. remember this is the first time he has run for office and you can see how happy he was on tuesday night. but now the other candidates figured out remember in new hampshire he had bush attacking rubio and trump basically slipped through without anyone going after him now in south carolina we are seeing all the other candidates are going against trump rubio is attack him bush is attacking him cruz is attacking him and kasich is attack him and he is the focal pointch the plan before this was all right if i -- point. the plan is before it was if i could walk off the other guys i can take him one-on-one but now they are saying if we let him get away we may never catch
so he will be under a lot of fire for the next week. >> in from right in the form of cruz and left or his left at least although i don't know if they are to the left of him but from the establishment as well. >> i think the establishment is better term for it because some ways he is to the left of those candidates. he is a very iconic classic politician who happens to be in the republican party this time. you get the sns cohave chosen anything but as we discussed --sense he could have chosen anything but he has a floor and ceiling and everybody has to exploit that. he has the favorable unfavorable issue where lots of peef people love him and lots don't and i -- people love him and lots of don't and i think the goal is to consolidate i don't know if he is the right guy to be president for the establishment side. >> i will ask anyway it may sound odd is it risky for trum to stop cursing. if he tries to chang now isn't that what got him where he is.
trump and his supporters are passionate about him and love him and don't care what he says when the media points out flip- flops and they say i don't carried trump. so he is solid. the only way that can happen is if the others can peel away some of the folks. >> final word to you joanna. >> i think charlie is right all -- charley is right although he made smart moves it turns outalong the way by saying things that made every one in the establishment left and right blanche. so if he gives up that ace card right now i don't know how much farther he will willg. >> he is brilliant identifying hot buttonish unanimous jumping on them early. one question is what might be the next issue? what's the next act? ed. >> i going to be the economy. we have seen the market this exit poll numbers from new hampshire people are not happy with the economy. and south carolina probably is economically. but it's going to be the economy. if he is smart enough to jump
perfect place. >> charley joanna thanks very much and we will look forward to checking back with you as the campaign wears on. thanks for joining me right now i will throw it back to my colleagues for more wbz news. >> from politics to the weather. the ice cold weather today. that's what we are talking about. >> bitter lows out there. way below zero. and in fact we are getting reports 10 degrees to 20 degrees below and even plus that in western mass. we will put together the details actually of those coldest low temperatures that we have had across the board and post it to cbs boost oin pop -- boost -- cbsboston.com. and if you are heading out, frostbite can set in in 10 minutes if you have ebb supposed -- exposed skin and you are going to be out for long duration maybe to even and poor puppies they will on the dog. if you have those or at least a sweater. don't stay out too long and hopefully they are outside.
car may not start. my car also had a little bit of trouble trying to get going this morning because temperatures have been well below zero in all locations. princeton so far the coldest morning low with 20 below. belmont chlsy 10 degrees below zero and officially from the -- chelsea 10 degrees below zero and officially from the national weather service 3 below is the old record in boston. 16 below is the new record low for worcester. the old record 11 below set in 1979. wind gusts are the other concern too. because when you are talking about strong wind like this, wind chill is an issue. wind gusts between 20 and 35 miles per hour at this time coming from the north and west. combined with that cold temperature, and it feels more like 34 below zero in boston. 28 below in taunton. 38 below in worcester and 28 below in manchester. we have wind chill warnings up
england wind chill advisory for the cape and islands and even though it's still just downright cold in all locations. if you are heading for valentine day later today, we will warm up a little bit i guess from where we started 9 the high for any afternoon pampering late night dinner 4 degrees. bobbedel up as you head out. -- bundle up as you head out. 10 degrees for the highs in all locations. tonight the wind subsides to beaming breeze from the west. enough to make wind chill values between 10 and 20 below with a actual low-one below. tomorrow 24 for the high. a frigid start but we rebound fiesly increasing clouds and -- nicely increasing clouds and snow showers moving through the outer cape at this time and notice the clouds here right off the coast. just to the south of boston, those cloud will hang around into the afternoon.
willtaper off later and clear skies going into the overnight forecast. allowing for temps to dip to below zero again. monday's high 24 and chance for snow changing to a mix and then to rain and we go up to 50 degrees on tuesday. that's quite the temperature spread here. 40s and 30s and for the rest of the 7-day. >> we are in for roller coaster ride of temps thanks very much. looking to splurge it doesn't get bigger than. this coming up the boston restaurant serving up a 75,000dollar dessert. stay with us.
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dessert at the strip by strega. it's a could bely the vanilla sponge cake in a chocolate orb and some say the cake is second fiddle. >> who cares about the cake. >> i would eat the cake. >> i want to know how many they sell. >> they keep them locked away in a vault. >> they do. >> yeah that's a good question. >> exciting if you know of anyone send in a pic. >> that's ice. >> it's insane. okay. well, speaking of ice. >> right see what i did a little transition. >> look at that. 9 below the record low in boston. that's the new record. we broke the old one that was set in 1934. and it was 3 below at the airport. sometimes it's hard to get the record at the airport and we have got it. going up to 9 degrees for the high temperature this afternoon. and i know. >> oh, boy. >> oh. heat weave by monday 24 degrees with a chance of evening snow.
and doesn't look like we will get too much accumulation but tuesday, everything we go will melt as it changes all to rain wednesday 45, and we are tracking some more 30s and 40s going into next weekend. >> a little more seasonable. >> a little cold and we can handle it and then smooth sailing. >> perfect for valentine's day happy valentine's day thanks for joining us this morning. cbs sunday morning is next on wbz. cbsboston.com. see you tomorrow morning at
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