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cindy: this morning we might get a little drizzle. that's freeze on contact. north and west of 495 through northern worcester county,
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advisory until 10:00 a.m. look at these temperatures running in the upper 20's and lower 30's. orange, jaffrey, keene. notice where the moisture is. it is back to the west. it's going to take a while to move back in. if you're in this area, you need to be extra careful as we could have slippery conditions developing. heavier rain to the west with a lot of warm air. it's going to take all da we'll start in the 30's, head into the 40's this afternoon. from 10:00 a.m. right through the afternoon, we are talking about periods of rainfall. the full timeline on that is just ahead. let's get you out to the roads. good morning, olessa. olessa: live look outside starting things off with a check of the pike. that's eastbound to the top of the screen. let's go maps and check the rest of your ride. not too bad heading into boston. we have overnight construction left over on the expressway left by the o'neill tunnel. that will be gone in the next 20
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construction wrapping up on 93 north by route 24. one other project also in the final stages, 128 by highland ave. over to route 9. as you head north, no problems. 93 looking good out of methuen. overall, not a bad ride. expecting trains and buses to start on schedule. emily: thank you. breaking news this morning, police are investigating a shooting in lynn. this happened just moments ago on the lynn way. police are on the scene in several parts of the lynn way are shut down at this point. scene and we'll bring you more information as we get it. also breaking overnight, a deadly crash under investigation in east boston. randy: there are still a lot of questions about what happened there. boston emergency medical services confirms one person was killed in this single-car crash. it happened just before 11:00 last night. the car landed on its roof. the lanes were closed for several hours but all are back open. we're waiting to learn if there
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that crash. also breaking, a charter plane has crashed in colombia with 81 people onboard including members of a brazilian soccer team. police confirmed there are only five survivors. the plane declared -- the pilot declared an emergency due to an electrical failure. of the 81 onboard, 72 were passengers, nine members of the crew. also breaking,an evacuations underway in tennessee as a wildfire torches one area. smoke blanketed the town of gatlinburg as strong winds fanned the flames. this wildfire has damaged dozens of buildings. rain is beginning to fall, but firefighters say that will not make much of a difference. emily: we are learning more about the man behind an attack at ohio state university. there was a troubling warning sign moments before the violence. erika has the red flag.
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have been scouring the suspect's home in columbus looking for a motive. for now, a facebook post could be the biggest indicator of the 18-year-old's mind-set. abdul razak ali artan was killed just about a minute after driving into a crowd on campus, then jumping out of the car, slashing people with a butcher knife. 11 people hurt, one critically. a police officer shot artan dead. he was a somali he'd complained to the paper that he couldn't pray openly as a muslim on campus. he posted on facebook calling on america to stop interfering with muslim nation saying, quote, i can't take it anymore. the attack prompted an alert from the university urging students to run, hide or fight. some of them barricading themselves. >> i ran into a bathroom. luckily, it was just a single
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whether artan had links to terror groups. randy? randy: security experts say the instructions issued to the students were exactly the right message. they say the words -- the commands run, hide, fight, is what everyone needs to be prepared to do whether you're in a mall, a classroom or anywhere for that matter. and this video from the department of homeland security website breaks it down using an office as a is to run. if you can't get out, you need to hide. barricade yourself in a safe place and be quiet. fighting is your last resort. a former police superintendent says attackers want easy targets. >> so if you've got good countermeasures, security programs, good training, personnel, good response possibilities, they're going to go somewhere else. randy: boston university
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earlier this month. they encourage parents to ask about college safety plans while touring. emily: other stories we're following, a mother who overdosed next to her child in a lawrence store is free after facing a judge. a judge let mandy mcgowan free on personal recognizance. she faces child endangerment charges. she does have to meet certain requirements of release including january. randy: no arrests made in this deadly hit-and-run crash in brockton. police have questioned a driver suspected to be behind the wheel. the young father hit just after leaving a city bar on friday. surveillance video showing it happened, the imamericans with disabilities act too violent to show on -- -- impact to violent to show on tv. a fundraiser is planned next
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after a fire in tewksbury. it broke out about 7:30 last night at a home on south rhonda street. the man was inside at the time. that 84-year-old was flown to mass general with severe burns. a neighbor helped save that man from the flames. >> it's pretty much on fire. the doorway is gone. we were dragging him over here. it was smoldering. emily: t inhalation. the fire department says the fire appears accidental. randy: president-elect donald trump is engaged in talks with iraq. he pledged more logistical support to fight isis. the report comes as trump is expected to meet once again with former massachusetts governor mitt romney tonight. romney, a contender for secretary of state position, will have a private dinner with
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he dubbed georgia representative congressman tom price secretary of health and human services. he would be in charge of dismantles the affordable care act. vice president-elect saying more major announcements coming today. preparations for a recount in wisconsin requested by jill stein. stein has filed for recounts in pennsylvania and is expected to do the trump has blasted the effort claiming voter fraud in several states, including new hampshire. emily: 4:38. a little boy found wandering alone on a busy highway. randy: trouble for the day-care that was supposed to be watching him. emily: boston residents may be shelling out more at the grocery store. the new proposal taking aim at all shopping bags. erika: breaking news on the eye. one person killed in a single
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before 11:00 last night along the mcclellan highway, the car ending up on its roof. cindy: i'm going to be talking a lot of wet weather moving in later today, but watching for slick spots. timing when that heavier rain
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emily: a day-care is closed after a child was found wandering on a busy road. that child should have been at the his angels learning academy in lee. the 3-year-old was found walking on route 155 up the ramp to route 4. drivers stopped to help and checked out the nearby day-care and discovered the child had gotten out.
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years show no major violations. the state could be taking action against the day-care. randy: a little girl's death ruled a homicide in berlin, new hampshire. 2-year-old madison dana died on sunday afternoon. an autopsy show she died from blunt impact injuries. her mother was on the porch when the ambulance arrived and told her the toddler fell from a bunk bed. was more than that. >> it's more than just a fall. it's more than just, you know, a glancing hit. a measure of force that is so strong that you're causing not only external but also internal injuries with it. randy: so far no charges have been filed. a pageant contestant is making history. emily: the 19-year-old's bold move competing in the competition. one man's mission to raise
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emily: 4:45. a live look at the radar this cindy tracking a wet day, heavy downpours expected tonight, but this morning some people are dealing with a threat of some ice. cindy: yeah. it's kind of like pouring water in your freezer. emily: all right. cindy: the surfaces are cold but rain is falling this morning. in a few spots, we may until the temperatures warm up deal with some slippery conditions. that is the concern this morning. but a lot of heavy rain late in the day. this is around 1:00. we're going to get another round as we get into the day tomorrow.
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again tomorrow afternoon, and that will impact your evening commutes the next couple of days. to the north there will be some wintry weather. a winter weather advisory through parts of western maine. a good chunk of new hampshire as well. but the concern locally is for you, if you are watching outside of 495 through northern worcester county and up into new hampshire, this is where we could have issues with slippery roads. very light rain coming in, but freezing on contact, leominster, just outside of the worcester area, but keep in mind out this way concerns through the morning hours. this is why. you can see it's only 31 degrees in fitchburg, 29 in orange, 28 in nashua. you head south of the city, there are definitely pockets where it's at or below freezing as well. but that moisture is moving in from the west. you can see it right here. this is a live look at radar this morning where we have rain showing up in this pink color indicating where that rain may
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not all of this is reaching the ground. it will be shortly. orange over to amherst to greenfield and this will shift eastward. light amounts initially. the main event with the rain still back across pennsylvania. this is going to be moving in closer to lunchtime. it's associated with this system that is moving up into canada, and it's pulling up a lot of warm air. there's also been some severe weather with this. there continues to be the threat of some severe thunderstorms today down through parts of tennessee. so kind of a wild system. you can see the temperatures just to our south in the 50's already this morning. and it's going to take the entire day before we get there, but by late in the afternoon, we should be up close to 50 degrees. you can see it's a slow climb this morning. nearing the 50-degree mark late in the day. could even be mid 50's just south of the city. so we step you through the timeline here. notice through 9:00 this morning, very light precipitation, but the concerns
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we get into the afternoon hours after lunchtime and that's when the rain starts to get heavy. 3:00 this afternoon, right through that evening commute, especially along and south of the pike, there could be some heavier downpours. can't even rule out a rumble of thunder. about midnight this is shifting offshore and we're going to dry things out. the potential is there for about 1/2 inch to an inch of rain. there could be some locally higher amounts where we get over an inch. could lead to poor drainage flooding. tonight we're going to fall back in the 40's with fog starting with the fog tomorrow. both today and tomorrow, impact weather days for threat of rain. tomorrow it comes in later in the day. we're not concerned with icing. as we get into the afternoon hours through the evening commute into thursday morning, rain around. the potential for another inch or so of rain. this is good news. we need it for the drought. 50's through thursday. then we're cooling down, drying out. sunshine is back for the weekend. emily: thank you, cindy. olessa: so far this morning, not
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road. parts of lynn way are shut down. we'll bring you more. keep that in mind. the rest of your ride, so far no problems. a live look outside at the pike. a check by alston-brighton, eastbound heading to the top of the screen. let's get to the maps and check the rest of your ride. as you travel into town, overnight construction in the final stages on the expressway northbound by the o'neill tunnel and then as you head south, road work also wrapping up on 93 north by route 24. making your way along the pike, no problems this morning. some construction also clearing by highland ave. on 12 to complaints. 93 south looking good out of methuen into boston. so far we're expecting trains and buses to start the morning on schedule. randy. randy: see it happening here. a mob of teenagers bursting into this connecticut store, then taking off with dozens of candy bars. teenagers say these sort of flash mob thefts are now gaining popularity. and videos have been popping up on facebook of these types of stampedes in major cities in stores including new york city.
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trend this holiday season. emily: your economy this tuesday -- asian stocks are mostly mixed today due to concerns over oil production and a constitutional referendum in italy. u.s. stock futures are higher. investors will be watching for consumer data after a down day yesterday. boston residents could soon be paying more at the grocery store. the city is weighing a new proposal that would charge residents 5 cents per bag at grocery and convenience stores. the new measure covers all bags, cl the goal is to encourage residents to bring a reusable bag. "the herald" reports the council could vote on it as soon as next month and the fee would go into effect a year after passage. randy: a big taste of italy in boston has arrived. today marks the grand opening of eataly boston at the prudential center. it spans three floors there. you'll be able to eat and shop and learn about italian culture and cuisine.
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restaurant's guided tours, cooking classes. the market opens at 4:00. emily: in your health, new evidence that the flu shot does not increase the risk of autism in unborn babies. a california study tracked 200,000 women and their children and they found that moms who got a flu shot had no greater risk of having an autistic child. that study did not find any link between the two. >> the trending story this morning, an inspiring sto perseverance. randy: a washington man battling a terminal disease says he was not going to let anything stand in his way as he fights for a cure. evans wilson is suffering from terminal lung disease. but this past weekend, oxygen tank in tow, he took on the daunting task of doing the seattle marathon, tackling all 26.2 miles. his goal -- to get the word out about pulmonary fibrosis and to raise money for helping find a cure
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>> it's the most important marathon of his life. >> feels good. best part is being done. randy: wilson completed the race in just under 11 hours. he says he hopes he has made a difference by bringing in donations for the pulmonary fibrosis foundation which he says desperately needs that funding. emily: she may not who've won, but a contestant made history. halima aden competed wearing traditional muslim clothing. aden spoke on stage telling all somali girls they are beautiful and she placed in the top 15. ? randy: james taylor is hoping to hit another home run at fenway park in boston. he'll be playing the ballpark
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ballpark tours for taylor. he and his band will be playing fenway on august 11. bonnie raitt will be with him as well. tickets going on sale this friday. emily: good shope. randy: indeed. emily: still ahead, we follow several breaking stories. randy: rescue mission after a plane crash in colombia. emily: new at 5:00, stay healthy this season. three super foods to keep you
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emily: we are following breaking news from lynn. randy: police are on the scene of a shooting. this is happening on the lynn way in lynn.
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on the scene there. parts of the lynn way are shut down right now. the shooting happened just a short time ago. we'll be bringing you updates for this story throughout the morning. emily: also breaking, a deadly crash in east boston. boston e.m.s. confirming one person was killed in the single-car crash along the mcclellan highway. it happened just before 11:00 last night. that car landing on its roof. no word yet on how this happened or whether there were any other victims. colombia. a charter plane crashed there. 81 people onboard including members of a brazilian soccer team. investigators say prior to the crash in rio negro, the plane declared an emergency due to an electrical failure. there are reports this morning of just five survivors. of the 81 people onboard, 72 were passengers, nine crew members. emily: investigators in ohio are searching for a motive after a campus attack.
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ohio state university campus. he then jumped out of the car with a butcher knife. artan was shot dead by a campus police officer. investigators are looking into a facebook post by artan just moments before the attack. he'd posted, "i can't take it anymore" in reference to the treatment of muslims on campus. police are investigating if this was a terror attack. randy: president obama has signed a new bill that aims to improve the care process veterans. this bill ensures all phone calls through the veterans affairs hotline are answered on time by a qualified person. the legislation comes after federal investigators found some calls went into voice mail meaning veterans did not get immediate assistance. texas reporting the first case of the zika virus transmitted locally. the patient lives in the
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outside of the u.s. florida is the only other u.s. state with locally spread zika. emily: the celtics down in miami last night beating the heat. they had a comfortable lead for most of the game leading by 17 at the half. several players off the bench scoring in double digits. isaiah thomas the man of the night. they're at home against the pistons tomorrow night. randy: boston getting its annual christmas tree lighting. holiday lights is thursday. you can watch the big show hosted by our anthony everett and j.c. monahan. it will be this thursday night at 7:00 live here on channel 5. emily: always a good night. randy: fun. emily: the looks like the rain, will it be around? cindy: i think it's going to be gone. but between now and then, we have a good soaking on the way. do we need it. typically in the month of november, we get 4 inches of
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just over an inch. we are behind for the month and our deficit keeps growing for the year. it's over 11 inches now. we'll take what we can get. we have a couple of rounds coming in. today's rain could give us around an inch of rainfall. some spots could get a little bit more than that. it is going to be heaviest late in the day. it's just approaching this morning. the concern is for a little bit of freezing rain this morning outside of 495. light amounts this morning and then we'll get into heavier rain as we get into the afternoon. temperatures are we're going to be up in the lower 50's. lower 60's down to our south from new york down to d.c. there is a colder side to it in the northern plain stateses, the dakotas, there's snow, but we are not going to get in on that. we're focusing on the rain. the temperatures in the 50's today, tomorrow, through thursday. but both today and tomorrow are impact weather days for that heavier rain. i think the heaviest is going to
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commute. that's round one. round two is tomorrow heavy late in the day. we'll break down the full timeline, break down the extended forecast as well right now as the eyeopener continues. announcer: now, on newscenter 5's eyeopener. randy: a deadly crash in east boston. new details. emily: a search for answers after an assault on an ohio campus. the warning before the attack and what we are learning about the suspect. randy: new moves from president-elecdo overseas. and the big announcements that could come today on the eye. announcer: you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. emily: and more breaking news now. an officer-involved shooting on the lynn way under investigation right now. this is video just in from our crew on the scene. we'll have an update for you ahead. first, cold temperatures, icy conditions, really a soaking for


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