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right now, burned by a hoverboard, the popular toy spashs -- sparks a fire inside a home. a cambridge police officer on paid leave, what he's accused of doing behind the wheel of his own car. and how hollywood is trying to replay the scene that played out in water town with the shooters of the marathon bombers. >> from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz "this morning". good morning to you, thanks for being here with us, i'm kathryn hauser. >> and i'm chris mckinnon. it is tuesday, february 23. and we want to get right over to
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forecast, we've got snow coming our way. >> a little bit of everything, warmth, snow, ice, rain, the start is this burst of snow, developed between 4:00 and 8:00 p.m. this evening, may be amounts to top out near three inches across the interior. then we turn icy, across the interior through wednesday morning with select spots. then the warm up comes in after that. temperatures spike to near 60 on thursday with heavy rain and damaging wind coming through early on thursday morning. until then, we're pretty quiet. it's chill kwi out there -- chilly out there, 28 in boston, 16 keene lower 20s manchester, across new england. and the clouds advancing in, a little bit of sunshine, sunrise coming in 29 minutes from now. this is going to be the brightest time of the day because the clouds thicken up 38 by lunch time. wind coming off the ocean, a bit of a breeze making it feel colder. 36 for the ride home. snow develops, shouldn't cause any headaches for the beginning
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but the tail end of the commute may be slick with some reduced visibility in spots. traffic and weather together, at least it's quiet out there this morning, robi. oh, yes, weather wise but not traffic wise. breakdown causing problems. the closure is after a bad accident, a car rolled over taking out some utility poles network. route nine eastbound near dudley street, there are wires down across the road there and possibly some entrapment now too. route 9 eastbound, all lanes closed at center street. from the north let's check this real quick, 92 eastbound, slow pockets between river road and 133 and 128 and roosevelt circle. on the expressway, a disabled car blocking the right lane at furnace brook, the stop and go back up to the braintree split, 128 southbound stop and go
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breaking news overnait, a 4-year-old -- overnight, a 4-year-old boy wandering in roxbury, someone spotted the called police. ems evaluated the boy then medical center. >> more breaking news right now, a bomb threat leading to increased security at two schools in chatham today. there will be spreks police on -- extra police on hand at chatham and montmoy. students were evacuated but nothing was found. this is inside their home. >> and this is just the latest in a series of hoverboard fires across the country. susie steimle is live in susie? >> reporter: well, chris and kathryn, you know these stories about hoverboards catching fire have been in the news for several months, particularly as they became one of the most popular toys over the christmas and holiday season. this is just another example of
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and that's that the regulations has yet to catch up with the technology of these hoverboards. so parents and kids who have them need to be careful. take a look at these pictures from this fire that broke out in chelmsford last night. an 11 -year-old boy was riding this hoverboard around his family's living room when it caught fire. we know that ordinarily that combustibility with these hoverboards is due to the lithium batteries inside of them overheating. that's why in some cases, cnet has warned consumers about purchasing a hoverboard less than $300, we know parents have also been told never to leave these hoverboards unattended whiem they are -- while they are charging so they would be ever at risk of overheating while you're in the room. there are a number of airlines who have banned these devices on this. at least in this case we know this little boy was not hurt. but still certainly a scare in the series of scares with this
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we're live in chelmsford, susie steimle, wbz "this morning" a cambridge police officer accused of hitting a bicyclist with his car and then fleeing the scene, cambridge police aren't releasing the officer's name but tell us he was off duty, out of uniform, and in his own car sunday night when he allegedly hit a woman on a bike in kendall square. police tell us a witness got the license plate number which led them to the officer the bicyclist in her 30s spent the night at mass general hospital with head and neck injuries. the police will decide whether the policeman will face charges. . police tellase 19-year-old driver stopped it at the scene after hitting a 76-year-old man, they goelth doent believe he was speeding. and a new search for answers in the search for zachary mar from massachusetts. his family tells us divers will
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searching for the missing 22-year-old. they searcheded boston harbor and the charlsz charles river last week. zachary last seen going for a smoke outside the bellingham tavern near fenwell hall more than a week ago. bernie sanders bringing his message to massachusetts last night, the vermont senator rallied students at umass amherst to get behind his economic revolution. sanders says his presidency would call for free tuition at public colleges. and today, the republicans will caucus in nevada, donald trump looking to continue his winning streak while rival ted cruz back against claims he's running a dirty campaign. cbs's don champion has the latest. >> reporter: after winning primaries in south carolina and new hampshire, donald trump is eyeing a big win in nevada tonight. >> you got to vote tomorrow! you got to vote, vote, vote! >> reporter: on the eve of the state's gop caucuses, the republican front runner did not
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>> like to punch him in the face, i tell you. >> reporter: and bashing rival ted cruz for what he called dishonest campaign ads. >> this guy is sick, there's something wrong with this guy. nevada. >> reporter: after finishing in third place behind marco rubio in south carolina, cruz is going in to today's contest without his communications director. rick tyler was asked to resign monday for sharing a false news story on social media that suggested rubio dismissed the bible. >> i had made clear in this campaign that we will conduct this campaign with the very highest standards of integrity. that has been how we've conducted it from day one. >> reporter: speaking on the flight to vegas, rubio called styler the fall -- tyler the fall guy for the deceptive campaign. >> you feel bad for a guy executing a culture [ indiscernible ] >> reporter: rubio is leading
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vying to be the main alternative to trump with super tuesday a week away, don champion cbs news. bernie sanders and hillary clinton will take part in a town carolina. ahead of the democratic primary there on saturday. wbz political analyst jon keller keeping a close eye on the big issues this election. the big topic, obamacare and how the candidates hope to change that system, see that tonight on the wbz news at 5:00. a new state law criminalizing of the drug sentinel goes in to effect today. the new law makes trafficking more than 10 grams of the drug punishable by up to 20 years in state prison. it's a synthetic open yoed that can be -- opioid that can be 30 to 50 times more dangerous than heroin. it was a terrifying night local residents will never forget. police in a shootout with marathon bombers right in the
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>> and now that scene could be recreated for a hollywood film, nicole jacobs live in water town with the details, nicole? >> reporter: chris and kathryn, recreating those scenes could happen we're told overnight. and that's according to a local paper here. it could include simulations of the gun fire as well as other loud noises but the big question here is wlo that would fly with residents here -- here is whether that would fly with residents here who have been through much. it was the backdrop of the shootout where dzhokhar and tamerlan retreated after detonating bombs, killing three people and an m.i.t. officer. water town where residents heard the shootout there, the swarms of law enforcement, some of their hopes damaged. they were on lockdown for hours while authorities searched for dzhokhar. that was their reality in april 2013. now hollywood wants to put it on the big screen.
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residents according to a local paper. cbs films aims to produce patriots day, starring mark wahlberg, a movie depicting the day's happenings. they would be compensated for the intrusion of sets, and filming of scenes. many residents spoke out against it, not wanting to revisit that day of terror, even for the big screen. it's not a done deal. the majority of residents and the city manager would have to sign off. reportedly, production crews would move in the area april 25 to begin preparations and they would be completed wrapped by may 11. live in water town, nicole jacobs, wbz "this morning ".. >> nicole, thank you very much for the update this morning. a special honor last night for the officer injured in that shootout.
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retirement from the police because of the injuries he sustained that night. several other first responders were also honored during last night's game. 6:10 right now. coming up on wbz "this morning", fast food robbers on the run. >> police say they locked store employees in the freezer. the surveillance video they hope will lead to an arrest. and local inventors working on wearable technology for the future, chris gives us a closer look. and good morning, everybody, a winter weather advisory that comes up at 4:00 p.m. later on today for all the areas shaded in purple. tracking the snow hour by hour
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call this a little monkey business in space. astronaut mark kelly posted this on twitter yesterday. what looked like to be a gorilla, he tweeted the video to his twin brother scott, a commander on iss saying i thought you had things under control out there? [ laughter ] >> have a little bit of fun up there. all right, danielle, lots to talk about weather wise. >> a little bit of everything, the storm impact here in our commutes the next couple days.
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the first part of the commute i think we'll be a-okay but it picks up in intensity, north and west of boston. tomorrow morning's commute, i see north and west of 128 an impact on your commute during the evening tomorrow. a moderate impact of areas of rain and then the heaviest rain early on thursday morning combined with wind. that will slow you down, high impact for the thursday and then much better low impact by thursday evening, with just a couple leftover showers. out there right now, 28 degrees, no weather related issues for your commute, 16 keene, 22 manchester, lawrence right now. any sunshine we have right now is going to be limited, enjoy it while we have it, sunrise 15 minutes from now, the clouds win out later on this morning. our storm coming in two parts. the first part down to the texas. notice how there's a little lull in between.
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break down is that burst of snow going to arrive later on today. between now and midday, the clouds to increase and thicken, around 40 degrees, no weather related issues. even by 5:00, snow just starting to advance in the lower connecticut river valley and back down through connecticut. that snow will advance in from south to north between 5:00 and 8:00 p.m. for the most part and then back through the new hampshire border by 9:00, 10:00, the snow will come down at a good clip, notice that rain snow line also works northward. around midnight the city of boston, taking longer. your typical scenario, it's a little colder across the interior. early tomorrow morning, the temperatures very borderline, right around 32 degrees. a slick start, your morning commute impacted. the closer to the coast, northeast or massachusetts, 40 degrees with showers tapering off for a bit. snowfall totals one to three
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the closer you get to the coast coating to an this much and then close to the cape. and then the rain comes back in tomorrow late in the day. the cape and islands exempt from that. the rain fills in, steadily and heavily at times, wednesday night early thursday morning that will ship off the coastline pretty quickly with a much drier second half of the day on thursday, even as early as late morning. we should be doing okay. so projected rainfall totals may be over two inches in some of the deeper reds here across central massachusetts. we may get localized flooding tomorrow night, early thursday. and the wind will be strong as three to 9:00 a.m. on thursday. that's when we may see gusts that exceed 50 miles per hour, some pockets of damage may result from that. the rest of thursday is warm and windy, but not damaging wind during the afternoon. we'll be up around 60. much colder on friday, the weekends looking quiet, sun and clouds, temperatures running in the 40s. by the way, barry had a great school visit from the daniel
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of them to be exact. he said they were very studious there. also set their sights for the read across america campaign which is next week. traffic and weather together, robi, how's it looking? part of route nine is closed following a rollover accident, the map. near dudley street, total traffic network says a car took out a couple utility poles and rolls over there. now there are wires on the roadway, route nine eastbound, shut down at center street. the bumper to bumper back up to parker street right now. to the south we go a breakdown in the expressway, northbound, blocking the right lane at furnace brook, the back up to the split, just hear an accident in quincy, route three at bergen parkway. from the north, 93 southbound has two slow pockets between 495 and 125 in the andover stretch
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woburn, route three southbound looks like it hangs up 495 and 129 from the popular fit bit to the apple watch, it's a booming business. >> and boston is a great spot for booming business, i looked at products that are building innovation in the way we work and play. >> reporter: these may look like sunglasses but they're so much more. they're called solos and are being touted as the most sophisticated smart eye wear ever. >> that's the key, you can have the whole cell phone on your head without people knowing it. >> reporter: i can see everything and then there's a little tiny screen right there. the tiny screen is an understatement. look at it sitting next to this quarter. this promotional video dramatizes how the image appears. >> if i look over, colorful, big display. >> the more you wear it, the
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you need it. >> reporter: solos are expected to be on the market this summer for $400, initially marketed to elite athletes. >> it will get more function, smaller, lighter, fast longer and this is just the beginning of the journey. >> reporter: so right now i'm flexing my hand around my forearm you're seeing muscle activity? making sensors smaller, thinner and pliable. >> actually capturing real world data. as people go about their lives every single day. >> fraction of a hair and thickness. >> reporter: this sensor is smaller and thinner, called my uv patch. >> it can collect the amount of ultraviolet light to the sun and that information to the user. >> reporter: it will be marketed by loreal and expected to be at cosmetic counters this summer.
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game developed at worcester insitute >> children can learn in motion and having fun. so when they learn mathematics, they make positive associations to math. >> reporter: it's meant to teach third graders using smart watches. >> it offers a wide variety of ways to get kids involved. >> reporter: it's a new way to get us involved. >> did you like wearing it? >> it was comfortable, it's, the video screen, you can barely see it unless you look over. these things are sometimes expensive but they say as they continue working with them ask they become smaller and smaller, it becomes cheaper and cheaper. so we'll see. >> i like the story. thanks, chris. just ahead, mbta employers approving their own overtime, what a new audit found out.
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right now, police are searching for two men who robbed a chipotle in dartmouth. forcing three employees in to a freezer at gunpoint then demanding two others empty the register. they made off with $300, police are hoping someone will recognize them from the surveillance video and turn them in. >> boston's school superintendent says it's case closed at boston latin. tommy chang has no intention to reopen the investigation, found the school mishandled just one of seven incidents over the past year.
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changes. chang reaffirmed his support for the school's head master. the mbta opening up about its huge overtime costs. officials released details yesterday of an audit of their system. it cups after a report -- comes after a report last year showing mbta employees were doubling and tripling their pay with overtime. employeeses were approving their own overtime. the audit found no standard procedure for requesting, approving, and documenting overtime. the t says they want to change that. and the mbta also said its scheduling a vote for next month on its potential fare hike, two plans which would raise prices between 7 and 10%, the mbta held a series of hearings and received 3,000 comments online, those hikes. still lots more to come in our next half hour, including our daily talker. >> why more and more hospitals
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new mothers think about it. also ahead, putting passenger safety first, screenings for taxi drivers in boston and the police commissioner's message to ride
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breaking news right now at 6:30, a young child fauntd found wan -- found wandering alone. a hoverboard sparking, the message for others. cosby's wife in the defamation case and she's not done yet testifying. >> from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz "this morning" . . >> good tuesday morning, 6:30 right now i'm chris mckinnon. >> and i'm kathryn hauser, great to have you with us. we fwhetd to talk -- need to talk about the weather rs let's get on to danielle, a talk of weather. >> literally everything, rain, snow, warmth heading in our direction, thankfully it's quiet, you can relax because the next couple days when you add any snow or ice or rain to the commute for that matter, it makes things a little bit slick
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so live look out at the city of boston, a beautiful start, you see some color coming over the horizon now with sunrise officially up, 28 degrees in boston right now. we're in the lower 20s from worcester to manchester, now. there. 34 chatham. the clouds starting to increase and those clouds going to continue to increase and thicken over the course of late morning and afternoon. temperatures rise through the upper 20s through your midday lunch hour, thickening clouds shy of 40 for high temperatures today, the wind coming off the ocean and then as we take it out throughout your evening commute, areas of snow developing between 4:00 and 8:00 p.m. not all that slippery at first but as it comes down at a steadier clip, the second half, the tail end of the commute and especially let's say the 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. time frame will start to get slippery with areas of reduced
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hour by hour, want to get you on the road, traffic and weather together, robi. good news on that accident in newton right now, let's go to sky eye 4, all lanes were closed following a crash that took down utility poles and forced wires down. now the left lane getting by, stop and go, see the utility crews out there right thousand, let's go to the south and we have a crash on the expressway, brook parkway and on route 3 northbound, another accident in quincy at bergen, bumper to bumper back up there on route 3 is to route 18. chris? 6:32, breaking news overnight, a 4-year-old boy found wandering around in roxbury, someone spotted him on blue hill avenue and called police. ems evaluated him and transported him to the medical center. a hoverboard sparks a fire
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this is the latest in a series of hoverboard fires across the country. >> susie steimle live in chelmsford with a closer look at that damage, susie? >> reporter: chris and kathryn, as you know, this is hardly the first time we've seen a warning against dangers of this popular toy. and unlikely this will be the last time we hear a story like this. last night there was an 11-year-old boy riding his hoverboard around his family's home when it caught fire. the issue with these hoverboards in the past has likely been the combustibility of the lithium batteries and the ability to catch fire so quickly, this time the boy was riding on it and caused a lot of damage to his family's home. fortunately he was not hurt but this is why the number of airlines have banned these toys from being allowed on board. the expert advice is that you should never leave these devices unattended while they're charging so that they would be
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and experts say you should not buy these toys if they're less than $300, those are the one with problems. it's unclear exactly when they might have these types of issues and it's certainly a big scare for families in this area, at least in this case. we know this little boy wasn't hurt. we're live in chelmsford, susie steimle, wbz "this morning". bill cosby's wife will have to continue her deposition in a defamation case. the judge was contacted twice during the proceedings, a second deposition for march 14. last night we caught up with an attorney forlt plaintiffs who say they still have many questions for camille cosby. >> this is a woman that clearly didn't want to be there. i think there was some discomfort. >> cosby's lawyers tried to block the deposition beforehand but a judge denied the request.
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sexual assault suing the comedian for defamation. a 16-year-old dorchester teen held in the stabbing death of a 15-year-old. pope in court yesterday, pope stabbed 15-year-old hopkins in the heart on sunday after hopkins got in a fight with pope's girlfriend. prosecutors say pope approached officers at the scene and said quote, i think i killed someone. pope has a prior record of gun and assault charges. meanwhile, family and friends held the vigil to remember the 15-year-old victim. dion hopkins family says his violence. prosecutors say the uber driver charged in a deadly shooting rampage in michigan has confessed. but they're still trying to figure out dalton's motives. one passenger says he snapped after he got a phone call then started blowing through stop signs and side swiping cars. that passenger got away. authorities say dalton randomly killed six people and wounded
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several hours saturday night. uber says dalton had cleared a background check and received high ratings before this incident. right now ride sharing services not regulated in massachusetts, but boston's police commissioner says it's about time uber steps up to better protect riders. yesterday all taxi drivers were being fingerprinted for more in depth checks. commissioner bill evans says uber should do the same. an uber spokesperson says the company does check all drivers' criminal histories and driving records, but claims beyond that it's unnecessary. the water town shootout with the marathon bombers could be recreated on location for hollywood. it was a terrifying night some local residents will never forget. nicole jacobs is live for us in water town with all the details. nicole, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, kathryn. nearly three years ago residents lived through that nightmare. now with filmmakers wanting to recreate it, it brings it back
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i want to get you right to some video that was the reality in this area. it's a film called patriots day starring mark wahlberg. according to the local paper, cbs representative have already been in this neighborhood, surveying it, taking time to talk with residents, really trying to get a sense of whether welcomed here. the water town paper indicates it would be overnight filming, a simulation of sul -- actual noises. cbs films says it would also repay residents for the quote intrusion, coming in, building sets and headaching all that -- making all that noise that they speak of. according to that paper, the process would begin april 25. they would completely move out of here by may 21. but -- may 11. but it would have to be signed off by the city manager and the majority of residents here in water town.
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the man accused of sparking a lockdown at u mass amherst without bail this morning, macchione pleaded not guilty to assault charges. the campus went in to lockdown after he attacked a student. a woman turned himself in to police after crashing her car in a norwood starbucks. driving home from work when she hit the guard rail, lost control, and crashed through that starbucks. she initially ran from the scene, officers say drugs and alcohol were not factors in the crash. 6:38 right now, time for our daily talker. hospitals are changing the way they care for newborn babies, but not all mothers are in favor of it. >> the days of seeing babies lined up side by side in the nursery may be over, robi's here with more, robi? if the baby is in one of those nurseries, chances are the mom is catching up on zs while
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dr. marshall found many are eliminating the nursery and putting them in full-time, rooming in, keeping them in the room just after birth. baths, swaddling, breastfeeding all done with the assistance of a nurse but at the mom's bedside, not the nursery. they've been doing this for 10 years at the request of new mothers, many told them they wanted to be there when their babies were having such things as being weighed or a hearing exam, the nurseries not going away completely, there as an option. as for the mother getting more sleep when the baby is out of the room, a midwife told dr. malika the mother is actually able to snooze more if the baby is near her. interesting reaction from this this morning. let's check out the latest comments coming in. craig on facebook says we roomed in when our twin were born and i wouldn't have had it any other way.
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exhausting, but it provided us with invaluable bonding time. well, susan disagrees with craig and says that might be fine if it's your first child, but if you have more at home, a good night's sleep before heading home is not too much to ask for. thanks for commenting, number of ways to do it. our website, twitter or facebook will get you there. and you can comment all day long. kathryn? >> a lot of people comment ong this one, thank you very much. a check of the day's top stories just ahead, including a police officer on paid leave. >> the hit and run crash he's accused of and how he was connected to the crime. plus, the changes starbucks is making that some customers won't be happy about. ted cruz fires a top aid and is blasted by trump and rubio in nevada's caucuses, how it could impact the race. plus the texas labs spear
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6:43 on your tuesday morning, starbucks making changes to its rewards program. the coffee giant announced yesterday that customers will start earning points based on number of visit. that means the more you spend the more perks you get. many took to social media to complain about the changes. >> sounds more commaikt -- complicated. >> i think they said $62 or
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>> that wouldn't be a big problem, frappuccinos. the kitchen sink the next couple days of everything going on. >> we said that last week too, remember that? it's been a messy stretch here and a quiet start this morning but you're right, a little bit of everything heading our way, 28 boston, 21 worcester, 16 keene. there are teens heading out the door right now, back through new hampshire, concord 18. portland, maine at 16 as well. the clouds on the increase, a beautiful sunrise but enjoy the sunshine while we have it, clouds thicken up quickly throughout the day today. couple parts to this storm. part one is down to our south of the mid-atlantic right now. part two, areas of thunderstorms down through texas, snow, and the texas panhandle, back up to colorado, new mexico. and that disturbance heading our way by tomorrow night in to early on thursday. let's break it down piece by piece. today between now and late morning, the clouds increase, they thicken up. temperatures will still manage
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the start of the evening commute is fine. this is the map at 5:00, but as we take it out even further through 7:00, 8:00, the snow is advancing in right along and south of the mass turnpike. back up to the mass new hampshire border. by the time we get to 9:00, 10:00. and there are deep blues here. the snow will come down at pretty good bursts and issues at 495, see where the temperatures do dip at or below freezing? otherwise the rain snow line changes on the cape, right around midnight in to the city of boston or just after midnight. and then early tomorrow morning, there will be some slick spots for your morning drive. keep in mind, right around the freezing mark, just one depiction, bedford 33 degrees, likely slick spots tomorrow morning, 128 points north and west the transition of sleet and freezing rain occurring at that time. by mid morning and late day, that cold air will eventually get scoured out, just takes a little bit of time.
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advisory up until noon time for those areas. one to three inches of snow, back out to the cape and then evening. heavy rain downpours tomorrow night in to very early on thursday. by 9:00 a.m., the heaviest shifting off shore. it is an early morning event here. but actually, the rest of the day on thursday looking fine, just a leftover shower thursday night that could mix with a well. projected rainfall amounts, topping out around an inch or two, the heaviest amounts, see that band of red? may feature amounts over two inches with some of the heaviest downpours that come in. the strongest wind is going to coincide with the heaviest rain. this is the forecast with uses, 3:00 a.m. thursday, it ramps up. 3:00 a.m. until 9:00 a.m. that's where we see gusts that top out over 50 miles per hour, particularly southeastern massachusetts.
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by thursday afternoon, notice it's still going to be quite windy but the threat for damaging gusts will be gone at that time as the winds gradually subside through the the day thursday. accuweather, the wind comes thu the warmth, 60 degrees and turning much colder on friday, only in the upper 30s. the weekend looking pretty quiet. sun and clouds in the 40s, 50s to start next week. traffic and weather together, robi how's it look? danielle an update on the crash in newton that shut down part of route nine. let's take a look, look to the map as sky eye is flying around the neighborhood. route 9 eastbound and dudley had been closed after a car took out utility poles there. now the left lane is getting by. crews taking up the right lane while they attempt the repairs. residual traffic problems, budger -- bumper to bumper on chestnut street. >> not a good situation there, thank you very much. 6:47 right now, checking
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morning, a 4-year-old was found wanderingst streets of -- wandering the streets of boston alone. >> someone found the child around 3:00 a.m. and called police, ems evaluated the child then transported them to the medical center. a police officer accused of a hit and run, that officer was off duty when he allegedly hit a woman on a bicycle on kendall square, a witness gave the license plate number which led them to the officer. the cyclist in her 30s recovering from back and neck injuries. the officer on paid leave, investigators are deciding whether to file charges. a fire at a chelmsford home, an 11-year-old boy was using a hoverboard inside his home when it caught fire. and you can see the damage there. a burn mark on the living room floor. wheel missing. no one was hurt, this is just the latest in a series of hoverboard fires nationwide. today nevada will hold its republican caucus.
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third win in a row, while rival ted cruz is fighting back accusations he's running a dirty campaign. cruz's manager resigning yesterday for spreading a false story, saying rooub dismissed the bible. hillary clinton and bernie sanders will take part in a town hall in south carolina ahead of saturday's primary there. thanks for being with us. still to come, the bruins and celtics both in action. >> the highlights including the last minute shot on the basketball courts. coming up. plus, big papi arrived and hanging out with a new best friend, dan roche is in fort
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we're living in a very competitive global economy, and if we are going to succeed, we need the best-educated workforce in the world. we should be making public colleges and universities tuition-free. we're going to pay for it with a tax on wall street speculation. the taxpayers of this country bailed out wall street. it is time for them to start helping the middle class of this country. i'm bernie sanders
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wbz sports is driven by bmw. test drive a bmw today at your massachusetts bmw center or visit us at this probably isn't too much of a surprise to you, the bruins continue to struggle at home. they faced off against the columbus last night at the garden. down 5-3 in the third, goalie ericson gets his second of the game, the bs down with just three minutes to go, they kept the extra skater on the ice but couldn't get it, getting the empty netter, they lose 6-4 at home. celtic and timberwolves in minnesota, behind the game but never gave up. bradley hitting the three here, down by one with six second to go.
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throw putting it down, here's marcus going for the three for the win he couldn't get it to fall. the greens go down, 124-122. quite the picture at red sox spring training, price and ortiz now best of friends. dan roche has all the action from foert -- fort myers. >> reporter: well the last to arrive on monday, two of the biggest names on boston red sox and both hoping to make 2016 a season to remember for all fans. shortly arriving after 8:00 monday morning, ready for the season. >> he looks good, ready, me and my wife went to italy, he went, we overlapped in the city, upset it was his last year, see him go through everything in his career. >> reporter: what's he like in italy? >> nobody recognized him, he's
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>> reporter: missing 93 games justin with a hamstring last season while watching another last place finish. >> feel great, ready to go. you don't win your last game, the season's a failure. very difficult to win a world series, we all know that. that's why we all play, why we work so hard and trying to accomplish that. >> reporter: the red sox at fort myers, i'm dan roche. 6:54, a closer look at what's coming up at 7:00 this morning. >> checking in with nora o'donnell. >> john dickerson accused of dirty tricks. and the father living with an artificial heart for more than a year. the news is back in the morning,
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hey, welcome back, the big story this morning is the weather that is moving in to our area. of course we want to figure out what the heck is going on with it. >> there's a lot going on with it, that's the thing, snow develops through the evening hours. i want to give you another look of the hour by hour forecast, the clouds had increase here, up around 40, watch what happens, snow across, including worcester, boston, changes over
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around midnight. tomorrow morning it's going to be a slick start, along outside of 128, talking about one to three inches, the three inch may be on the higher side and then a coating it an inch to the coast, the transition to sleet and freezing rain tonight that will morning. and then 40s, rain showers tomorrow, and then steady rain wednesday night in to thursday it's going to pour, that's gusts. lots to watch for. >> so throwing everything at us. >> the last hurrah for the winter. >> maybe! >> have a great day. plus locks clumps tight. ... and now it's light. every home, every cat.
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good morning. it is tuesday, february 23rd, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." ted cruz fires his spokesman over a video involving marco rubio. donald trump intensifies his attacks ahead of today's nevada caucuses. an uber driver admits to the shooting spree that killed six in michigan. the 14-year-old miracle survivor shows signs of progress. artificial hearts keep thousands of people alive. the new technology that could replace transplants. but we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye


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