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10 inches below avera now at 6:00, new overnight, police are searching for armed robbery suspects who stormed a local convenience store. what workers are telling us about the frightening encounter about the frightening encounter. a man is hit and killed by a boston plow just feet from his home. the conditions on the road that may have caused the accident. and brand-new video overnight as the patriots you buses roll into a quiet gillette stadium. the one we found to camp out to discover home following their stunning loss. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody. it is monday, january 25. hope your monday is all of to a great start. i am gene lavanchy. >> sara: and i am sara underwood. we are looking forward to a warm-up this week after blizzard conditions over the weekend. here is meteorologist shiri spear in the fox25 storm tracker radar with a timeline of today's warm-up and staying with the teens and the 20s this morning.
for now, and i have to say i am so glad to see all of the northeast dealing with the dry conditions back to the great lakes, down to d.c., new york. no snowflakes out there. the cleanup continues in some of those locations. 20s. 27 degrees in boston right now. we have got 20 in bedford. 21 in worcester. 23 in portsmouth, new hampshire 23 in portsmouth, new 15 in plymouth. only 10 degrees in norwood. so there are a couple of cooler so there are a couple of cooler spots. a lot of them in the suburbs south of boston. futurecast have them hanging tight. if not going up by 1 or 2 degrees by 8:00 this morning, sun, scattered clouds. and nice and bright out there. a little bit of melting after noontime because noontime temperatures right around that 32-degree mark and still pretty cool as you head home from work later on today with temperatures back to that freezing point by 5 p.m., but in between this warm-up that takes us to 34 to 38 degrees. nice and bright.
but i got some warmth -- maybe march-like temperatures on the way for tomorrow. give you a timeline on the warm give you a timeline on the warm-up tomorrow. julie grauert with live drive julie grauert with live drive-time traffic. you have the first accident of the morning. >> julie: yes, i do, a car fire on the pike eastbound in worcester right before 290. you can see on the map, not seeing a lot of residual delays because of that yet, and overall volume is light. just something to keep in mind if you were headed in that direction. close near the city. seeing a little slowing on the expressway. miles per hour. speaking of the expressway, much heavier volume than last time we checked in on this shot about 10 minutes ago. here are those live drive times here are those live drive times. 24 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass avenue. 12 minutes from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel. 20 minutes from the expressway from the braintree split to the exit to the pike. gene and sara, back to you. a busy 24-hour convenience store in everett is the scene of an apparent robbery. >> sara: despite the violent crime the store is open this morning. fox25's jessica reyes is live outside that tedeschi's, and
this morning? >> reporter: we did, sara. they did confirm there was some sort of incident early this morning and police were out here for quite some time, and this the store right here. a busy tedeschi store right here on broadway which is 99 here in everett. there have been a lot of people here throughout the morning, and early this morning around 1:00, the initial reports did indicate that this was an armed robbery. two men reportedly ran into the store, pistol-whipped a clerk, and made off with an unknown amount of cash. now police we know were here for quite some time. one ambulance here as well, but a very fresh investigation as this just happened a couple of hours ago. so details are still limited and in touch with police and the corporate tedeschi office and we are working to bring you information and as soon as we get more details we will pass them along to you here and online. the latest live from everett, jessica reyes, fox25 morning news. well, the patriots are already back home.
gillette stadium early this morning while most fans were fast asleep. fox25's michael henrich live in foxborough. michael, did you find one family here who braved the temperatures last night and welcomed the team back after a disappointing showing in denver disappointing showing in denver. >> reporter: that's right. even the young kids were out here, even though they have to go to school in just a couple of hours, but they wanted to show their support. they say they are so proud of this team, even though they fell short of the title goal. the patriots team buses returned to gillette stadium not with tickets to the super bowl but tickets to the off season. >> reporter: why did you come out here tonight? >> to support the patriots. >> reporter: a family of patriots season ticket holders from rhode island braved the cold on a school night to greet the team as they arrived around 1:30 this morning. after losing the afc championship game in denver. >> and the point was no good. >> we want to let stephen know that we support him. >> it wasn't his fault.
stadium and watch parties say they are proud of their patriots for getting so far in a year full of controversy and injuries. >> specific, i have been a fan for many, many years and still happy with their season. a lot of injuries. i think if they had that number one seed, it would have made a real lot of difference, but they thought hard, and got to still be proud of them regardless. >> i had faith until the bitter end. a game is not over until it is over, you know. a sad ending, but we got another year coming. >> come back next year, and to go to the super bowl. next year. >> reporter: fans already also ready to turn the page and dream of next year's potential glory. now the team will be back out here. they are scheduled later this morning to clear out their lockers as well as reflect on the season by speaking with fox25 and members of the media. so we, of course, will be there for that and keep you posted. for now live in foxborough,
news. patriots, of course, have a history of trouble playing in denver and yesterday's loss add denver and yesterday's loss added another chapter to it. fox25's sports director tom leyden have post-game reaction from the mile-high city. >> reporter: a well >> reporter: a well-orchestrated day at sports authority field and an emotional list. a sea of orange in the stands and a thunderous start of the game. peyton manning striking first to set the stone. >> i am not seeing anything different. just -- to go out there and make the plays and -- we came that is a good team. >> we didn't come out making plays right away. we needed to settle down a little bit. just anxiousness of -- of the game. >> reporter: the pats were like passengers today, constantly clawing, with tom brady looking up at the sky far too much. >> we never could play with the lead. we never could play on our terms. so a lot -- an uphill battle all day. >> proud of our guys. fought right to the very end like they always do and just
>> reporter: the pats certainly had more opportunities. the difference on the score the difference on the scoreboard came down to that missed extra point by the previously perfect stephen gostkowski. >> a sickening feeling. i can't put it into words. you know, nothing i can do about it now. >> reporter: very admirable for stephen gostkowski to shoulder the blame, but a lot of blame to go around as the patriots season comes to an end. that is the story in denver, tom leyden, fox25 morning news. nfl's hottest team this season is headed to the soul with. carolina panthers and quarterback cam newton had one loss during the regular season and rolled over arizona in the nfc championship game. newton hits cory brown, 86 newton hits cory brown, 86-yawshd touchdown and the route was on. he did it with his leg. barely gets into the end zone and counts for a touchdown. and then later, watch newton race around the end. he will take it in for 12 yards and fly like super bowl for the td. panthers twin 49-15. they are listed as four-point
over the denver broncos in super bowl 50. we are expecting patriots head coach bill belichick to hold is end of the conference news conference. we will have that live at 9:00. this morning, police continue to investigate the death of a man hit by a snow plow in boston. this happened yesterday morning in dorchester. nicholas tamarro was hit near the intersection of dorchester avenue and harborview street. a neighbor tells fox25 this happened just steps from his front door. >> you could still see the plow truck and you can see -- like white blankets under it because they couldn't get him out at the time. >> sara: a witness tells fox25 that at the time of the accident, the area haven't been shoveled yet and people were walking the street. police say it is still unclear how tamaro was hit but the driver is cooperating. so far no charges have been filed. 6:08 6:08. happening today, a man from whitman is in court accused of shooting off a gun near a plow truck. happened saturday night on
no one was hurt. they are still working to figure out how bruce o'brian fired the gun. he is facing several charges including carrying a firearm while under the influence and assault with a dangerous weapon assault with a dangerous weapon. this morning, police are working to determine if a break working to determine if a break-in at a local pizza place is connected to a rash of similar crimes. metheun police first released this video from ramano pizza. the security cameras captured the man stealing the safe and taking off. one of six burglary one of six burglaries at metheun businesses which police believe were all committed by the same man. investigators are encouraging people to take a good look at the unusual way he walks. they hope that will be the case to tracking him down. new at 6:00, a video released by isis appears to show most of the terrorists that carried out the november event in paris. the graphic images show the men at isis terror camps in syria and iraq. some sh shown beheading
the first attack that the paris attacks were planned by isis. 130 killed, hundreds more injured when they attacking a soccer stadium, concert hall and restaurants. in another part of the video they threaten a new attack on the united kingdom. president obama reported a major campaign to solve one of the lingering problems of the vietnam war. the president wants to find and remove american bombs that are made on the ground in laos. 30% of the bombs dropped by u.s. aircraft did not he can employed and they continue to kill and injury people. the president will announce details during a trip to laos this fall. we track traffic and weather every ten minutes. good morning, everyone, 29 minutes on 93 southbound from 495 in andover to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: not too cool this morning. starting around 20 degrees. chilly. at 8:00 this morning, 24. started. i am going to show you where
middle of the week next. the weekend snowstorm made traveling a nightmare, and this morning the airlines are starting to get on track. coming up at 6:30, what the cancellation board looks like right now, and we will hear from one passenger who has been sleeping at the airport overnight. plus two of the nation's largest cities are still recovering from the blizzard. coming up, what people keep
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back at 6:14 this morning. the view from space show the weather picture across the northeast and places are covered with snow, while other spots were spared. a new drone video from new york city. pretty impressive show madison square garden, yankee stadium and central park still trying to dig out from the massive snowstorm. the struggle to get back to normal in washington d.c. continues today. catherine parrotta is monitoring the progress and this is a dangerous storm as predicted. >> catherine: according to new
of this weekend storm were killed mostly in car accidents, by carbon monoxide poisoning or while shoveling. cities across the mid-atlantic are still struggling to cleanup are still struggling to have the most work to do. federal and local government will remain closed today as d.c. digs out. parts of the city received anywhere from one foot to three feet of snow. today the metro will offer severely limited service and nearly all schools will remain closed. officials there are urging drivers to stay off the roads. in fact officials say they will aggressively ticket and tow anyone who ventures out in a vehicle and gets stuck in the streets. police say the tickets could cost as much as $750. they say they need the main roads empty so crews can clear them. while we have made some progress, there is still a lot more to do. >> catherine: elsewhere across the mid-atlantic region drivers in three states were stranded for hours during the peak of the blizzard. some of the worst backups on the pennsylvania turnpike.
outages, beach erosion after high water flowed into coastal neighborhoods. coming up, new video from washington d.c. this morning. plus a couple of lighter moments among all the piles of snow. for now, gene, back over to you. this morning, the digout conditions on the cape and along the south shore. we reported all weekend that area was one of the hardest hit for us with more than a foot of snow dumped from the storm. in sandwich, heavy winds caused even more problems. >> it got pretty nasty out. we lost power twice, but luck three came back on. >> gene: in scituate flooding with as a concern as waves crashed over the seawall. minor flooding to homes, but homeowners got through. >> as bad as the storm was, it doesn't compare to what happened a year ago. >> gene: national weather service declared a blizzard for nantucket, chatham, martha's vineyard, marshfield. julie, some of the pictures over the weekend pretty incred. some folks got buried around here.
always interesting to see how vast that snow made it out here to the cape and islands. thank you for sending your pictures in. a look at 93 south. a new accident rile after daskim road in andover. starting to see volumes pick up a little bit and backing up to 495. as we shift south, a little bit, we have another accident route 1 southbound right before spruce street in chelsea. live look at many of the cameras we are tracking right now and over to the live drive times. 15 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 33 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. 23 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us from the storm tracker weather center and you are advising people to dress for the 20s now. 30s this afternoon. which are average for this time in january. >> shiri: yes, a kind of typical january day. a little cool from start to finish, julie, but it is going to be snow free which is nice, because of course some of you i am sure will have to clear out a little bit of that snow for
snow. 15 in west tisbury. nantucket and marion with over 11 inches. almost a foot there. 6 inches in boston. and of course far less to the north and west. we have worcester with not even 3 inches of snow. hardest hit will be new york, d.c., over to west virginia. the ground. weekend. so we kind of lucked out in that sense. we did get blizzard conditions in some local communities here in southeastern massachusetts. this morning, totally different forecast for you here. so a calm after the storm if you will. 27 degrees in boston right now, and we have got nice, clear skies. we do have a little bit of a wind chill. feels 10 degrees cooler as you step out into the breeze. winds not going to be a huge thing today. you will find the winds are a lot weaker. skies brightening up beautifully. 8 a.m. 26 degrees. 29 at 10:00 this morning. noontime, 32 degrees.
in boston later today. worcester a little cooler 21 degrees with clear skies. the warm-up not quite as grand. norwood, much cooler this morning. only 10 as you step out, but we do make it into the middle 30s, and we have that same ol' sunshine in place. this afternoon, we have frost in beverly, bedford, lawrence all at about 35 degrees. 36 in nashua. 34 in worcester. upper 30s in fitchburg, new bedford, and hyannis at about 36 degrees. 38, nantucket. so mid- to upper 30s will be for the day and you will see that mix of sun and scattered clouds even if you head home from work at 5 p.m. today. pretty quiet yet. more passing clouds tonight. as you wake up tomorrow morning, 7 a.m. initially we see partly sunny skies. but as our next weather maker moves toward us here, we will see increasing clouds and during the afternoon, some spot showers. this is 3 p.m. around the time the kids are coming home from
a couple of wet spots out there. we are not looking at a soaker of an afternoon or evening. the latest update with future cast have even fewer showers ticking sticking around for tuesday. it will be long gone by the time you wake up wednesday morning. a couple of slippery spots especially in lynn for the wednesday morning commute, but no longer raining at least. i am going to keep some forecast. thursday, it is cooler, 33 degrees. cool enough in fact that if we are able to get this nor'easter on shore, we are going to have to watch out for a mix of snow and rain here possibly on friday. a little too early to carve it in stone. another computer model that is expected to stay out to sea. still a lot to iron out. an early heads up. of course we will keep you posted. back to you guys. >> gene: 6:20. a plan with some bite. the local island where the state wants to breed dozens of venomous. they scroll at the bottom
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broncos stunning victory over patriots. a big sports story. a lot of disappointment around here but his son stole the game during the post-game news conference. and everything looks normal but check out around the podium, a shy marshal manning was peeking out from behind dad. sports center tweeting thought picture. the 5-year-old staying by his dad's side. this is all over social media this morning, and on the cute meter, it is blowing off the charts julie how sweet. when severe weather hits we are flooded with cancellations and at the bottom of the screen. this is a crawl at a tv station in north carolina. a metal works business posted it's its closure but a worker named dale still has to report it work for normal hours. it says that in the scroll. viewers saw dale's pridickment and who is this guy and the hashtag poor dale. turns out it was a mistake. the metalworks business corrected the mistake using the
>> gene: no school today but dale, you have to come. we know that people care about him. the nation's capitol was filled under 20 inches of snow and people are manage and people are managing to have fun. the president's dogs frolicking in the fresh powder. bo and sunny the pair of for the geez water dogs. out in the snow playing hard like the pandas. the animals love this snow. >> they do, because they don't have to shovel. >> that may be part of it. they go out and play and mark their ware i can't with certain color snow. >> julie: the yellow. >> gene: the first dogs, they don't leave behind yellow snow. >> julie: they are perfect. animals. for us. at the cape we did see some sizable amounts, but otherwise, nothing like new york and d.c. >> shiri: no, we did not get slammed the same way they did. we had an official blizzard in a couple of spots. nice and quiet for the monday morning. teens and 20s.
weekend storm that tripped up travel up and down the east coast continues this morning. nearly 48 hours later, passengers are still dealing with delay. coming up, a live report from logan where we spoke with one man who was forced to sleep in the terminal overnight. >> sara: that sounds like a nightmare. good morning, everyone and thank you so much for joining us on this monday morning. apparently there is a warm-up headed our way, but not as warm as vacation for you, my friend. >> shiri: came back and snow >> shiri: came back and snowing and back to reality, back to snow boots, everybody. a little bit of cold weather on the way and warm-up by our standards, 40s coming our which in the next countryle of days. here is where we stand right now. it is better than what we have on the map right now because right now we have 27 in boston. i have got 25 in randolph. 24 in peabody and watertown. 21 in hampstead, new hampshire. 22 degrees in framingham and only 18, so is spencer. fitchburg, 20. holden, 21. maynard, 19.
attleboro to bridgewater to marshfield. plymouth waking up to 15 degrees and 20s down to the cape this morning and sun comes up at 7:05. as it does, expect partly sunny skies. it will end up being partly bright. 36 at 3 p.m. and by 7:00 this evening, we are losing heat here and we will be back down to 30 degrees with this few additional evening clouds and average high is 36. that is my forecast today. that means today is completely normal for january's standards. i know you want the 40s and show you when those are back and how long they lost coming up. julie grauert is standing by with live drive time traffic. and julie, what are those drive times looking like right now. julie right now they are starting to climb up a little bit and will continue to increase throughout the rest of the morning. take to you pictures from skyfox. a ramp 128 northbound to 95 northbound. you can see the car in the middle of the ramp. still slippery conditions in spots, especially on those on-and-off ramps because -- and
spinoff there is. so be careful if you were head so be careful if you were headed in that direction or any of the on-and-off ramps. waiting for this accident to clear on 93 southbound after daskim road. this accident on route 1 southbound before special use street in chelsea. here are those live drive times. 28 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 31 minutes from 495 to the leverett connector. 25 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. gene and sara, back to you. the height of the storm, more than 4,000 flights were cancelled or delayed and air cancelled or delayed and airlines are still playing catch-up. >> sara: stephanie coueignoux is live at logan airport and you are hearing horror stories from passengers trying to travel this weekend. >> reporter: sara, it has not >> reporter: sara, it has not easy for travelers over the last few days. at 6 :-- 6:30 relatively quiet. at logan, not the case, long lines as passengers are hoping to finally get on their flights right now and track being 60
now that is better than the 140 we saw yesterday, but it has just been a lot of headaches. take a look. this man. this is video of this man we met. he ended up sleeping here overnight in terminal c. he had his blanket out and the shoes off. he told me he was stranded in new york city during that blizzard. he ended up taking amtrak here to boston, and then had to stay here at the airport until his flight to houston this morning. we also caught up with another man. he is flying to d.c. he told me his flight had already changed three times in just the last 24 hours. and he said because of that, he has now made a change to his wardrobe just in case the streets there are still bad. >> more cheap shoes because i have a feeling walking around the streets will be messy. >> reporter: of course, it could be several more days until everything gets back to normal. i also took a look at newark, new jersey.
their flights are cancelled. meantime, coming up in the 7:00 hour, the one experience one man stranded in new york city told me was a once in a life told me was a once in a lifetime experience. at boston-logan international airport, stephanie coueignoux, fox25 morning news. well, new morning, the new england patriots are back home following their loss to the broncos in the nfc championship game. patriots arrived overnight. a few fans were there to show their support. the die hards have already turned the page on the season. >> come back next year, and to go to the super bowl next year. >> gene: and it is going to be a rough morning for this little guy after staying up late. he has school this morning, after all. we are expecting patriots head coach bill belichick to hold his end of the season news conference. we will bring you his comments live at the fox25 news at 9:00. new this morning, police are investigating a violent armed robbery at a 24-hour convenience store in everett.
outside that ted's this morning and few details so far from police, jess. are. >> reporter: that's right, sara >> reporter: that's right, sara, police are not saying a whole lot about this just yet. this is what we are talking about right here. a very busy convenience store right on broadway. 99 in the middle of everett. people are in and out of here throughout the morning and i talked to workers a couple of hours ago when we got here around 4:00 and an incident around 1:00 this morning and police were out here for quite some time. initial reports do indicate that this was an armed robbery that two men reportedly ran in here and pistol-whiped a clerk getting a way with an undisclosed amount of cash. at least one ambulance was called to the scene and details are still very limited from police as this just happened overnight around 1:00 this morning. they are still looking into this. we understand those two people did get away. police are still searching for them this morning. we have calls into the everett police department working to bring you more details. as soon as we get more
chief, we will pass it along for you. the latest for everett, jessica reyes, fox25. a trail of destruction on the streets of brockton. cars and trucks left battered following a high-speed chase following a stolen suv. this morning the man at the center of the chase is in the hospital and will likely face a long list of charges. fox25 obtained a surveillance video of a suspect running from police. officers say he was riding a stolen suv which caused a nine stolen suv which caused a nine-car crash. eventually officers with guns drawn captured the man behind the convenience store. witnesses said it was a dangerous scene. >> that guy coming in the door >> that guy coming in the doorway and shoot at the car. >> sara: two others drivers suffered minor injuries in a nine-car pile-up. one of those victims was a pregnant woman, but she is okay this morning. no word on when the driver of the suv will be in court. and a man convicted of killing a little girl decades ago has died in prison.
james cater died inside of a california prison this weekend. cater was sentenced to life for kidnapping and killing 15-year-old mary lou aruta in freetown in 1978. the case went through four trials and a number appeals making it one of the longest trials in u.s. history. we are one week out from the iowa caucus, and democratic hopeful hillary clinton is celebrate celebrating a big endorsement from the boston globe. the news came yesterday that the paper said that clinton would make a better president than rival bernie sanders. could help sway undecided. bernie sanders a beating clinton in the polls in the granite state. donald trump is taking credit for sanders' lead over clinton. listen how he explains his role in the big polling switch. >> i was the best thing that ever happened to bernie sanders because my attack on hillary, all of a sudden she went down and sanders got all the credit for it. right?
in iowa, sanders said that he can thank him. he said his attack on hillary made her polling numbers drop. trump is taking his campaign back to new hampshire with an event in farmington and zip out of state for a few other appearances before returning on friday. this marks the final push of support now that we are two weeks away from the first in the nays primary. trump taking aim at a potential rival thinking of getting into the presidential race. michael bloomberg is explore michael bloomberg is exploring an independent run for the white house. he will run if trump and bernie sanders are the other nominees. trump said we love bloomberg to run because the former mayor has opposite views on gun control, abortion and other big issues. new morning, locals are scratching their heads over a new plan to breed 150 rathlesnakes in the middle of a major water resource. according to the "boston globe" want to revive the endangered species in the quabbin reservoir.
swim away and go to homes. rattlesnake island they say no threat because snakes will die in the water. happening today, an equal pay bill heads to beacon hill. the law would require employers to prevent them from discriminating when it comes to wages and compensation. companies that violate the law will face fines and force to pay people who can prove they were discriminated against. the senate is scheduled to take up the bill on thursday. the mbta will begin a series of public hearings about a proposed fare hike. they will meet with riders at a middle school in lynn. also meetings taking place in brockton, malden, concord, boston and worcester. the transit agency has proposed raising fares by up to 10%. there are also change of plans for the commuter rail schedule. soon to be the newest feature at city hall in boston. the lights will help the city celebrate national and local events and create a safer area for pedestrians around the
325 le d. they will expected to save the city $300,000 the city $300,000 -- 300,000 kilo city $300,000 -- 300,000 kilowatts hours a year. the lights would be changed depending on what is going on like the prudential and zakim bridge lights bridge lights do. this week marks 30 years since a horrible nasa disaster. 30 years this week the challenger shuttle exploded killing new hampshire teacher christa mcauliffe. was a social studies teacher. and was chosen from 11,000 applicants to be the first civilian in space. was supposed to give two lesson was supposed to give two lessons for her stud friends or bit. an o ring on one of the rocket booster's failed causing this explosion. we are tracking traffic and weather every ten minutes. from skyfox, we have a spinout on 128 northbound. the ramp to 95 northbound. also have an issue on the outbound lanes of the leverett connector.
that is causing some delays. shiri? >> shiri: for us today, i do have no snow in the forecast to tell you what, we have got rain tomorrow for friday. we have a mixed possible. we will take you through it hour by hour next. now 6:41. a deadly mistake for a family in the middle of the blizzard. what they forget to do while clearing the snow off their car. a frightening reminder for drivers. plus, searching for escaped prisoners that remain on the run. how they got out of prison using find your sweet spot today with dunkin's chicken apple sausage sandwich. enjoy sweet apple and savory sausage together for under 400 calories. america runs on dunkin'. announcer: where do you line up with john kasich on the issues? take the kasich quiz! forced obamacare expansion in ohio. voted for massive defense cuts and defended the process that closed pease air force base, which cost thousands
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several weeks and months. one of the men is wanted for murder. two men get more than they bargain bargained for when they try to run away from a traffic stop. they were pulled over outside of sacramento, california. police say that both men had several warrants out against them and ran across a frozen river and through the snow in order to escape. but after spending hours in the woods, the men called 911 saying they were freeze saying they were freezing to death and begged to be arrested. the s.w.a.t. team waited for a snowstorm to clear before going in and pick them up. >> i never seen two people so happy to go to jail because they would be dry and warm. >> gene: both men treated for severe hypothermia and frost severe hypothermia and frostbite before being arrested by police. a large piece of metal that wash aid snore thailand is not from the missing jumbo jet. initially there was speculation it could be from malaysia airline 370 that disappeared three years ago, but that flight believed to crash far
this morning, a japanese company say the debris is likely likely part of a locket which was launched from southern japan. and severe turbulence on board of a plane sent seven people to the hospital. the american airlines flight was diverted to canada on its way to miami to milan. the turbulence left three flight attendants and four passengers with injuries. the rest of the plane's passengers were put in hotels for the night. take a look at this, the professional skier's treacherous fall being used in a safety campaign. the woman fell 1,000 feet down a mountain in alaska. just remarkable. thrown around like a rag doll, loses her skis and continues to fall. incredibly, she walked away and only suffered two jammed finger only suffered two jammed fingers. good morning, everyone. having quite a few issues on the roads this morning. we will start with route 3 southbound. we have an accident before 129 in chelmsford. as we shift south, new accident. this is on route 2 eastbound right before 128.
multivehicle crash right now on the tobin bridge, and we are working to get live pictures from our traffic cam for you of that. and it will cause significant delays on the bridge for those of you commuters. those live drive times, from route 1 to the tobin. 38 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. 37 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us from the fox25 storm joining us from the fox25 stormtracker weather center, and shiri, you are keeping an eye on those temperatures and bit bit of a warm-up. >> shiri: yes a warming trend throughout first half of the workweek, julie. good news if you were looking for some of that snow to melt. not too much melting. around 36 degrees. but when we bump you up by another 10 degrees here into tuesday with a high forecasted at 46 degrees. 40 by wednesday, and then we cool down, and that cooldown will be the key here to forecasting some rain and snow possibly late week. nothing set in stone when we
this is one that will be moving toward us for the day tomorrow. up ahead of it, turn much warmer which is going to be rain for your tuesday. for today, a nice bubble of high pressure that will keep us dry and going to keep us bright dry and going to keep us bright. 27 degrees right now in boston. we still have those dark conditions out there. sunrise this morning at 7:05 and you will see a lot of sunshine around town today. 26 degrees at 8 a.m. by 10 a.m., 29. getting up to freezing at noontime today. around 32 degrees and it will be chilly this afternoon with highs only reaching the middle 30s in boston later today. futurecast, though, doing a nice job of chilling the sunshine, the scattered clouds, especially inland we will tap into occasional cloud cover today and nothing that will produce any kind of precipitation. so it is dry getting you into work. getting you home from work. kind of easy going. even as some clouds pass through tonight, it is still dry, and during the morning hours tomorrow, we do see some partial sun, but this is noontime tomorrow, and you will see clouds increasing.
those will be the widely scattered showers in the forecast for tuesday. and tuesday is all just plain rain now. especially favoring southeastern massachusetts. but at that, it will be very hit or miss style. i expect there will be more dry than wet spots tomorrow and once we hit the evening and the evening commute, we will have to watch out for a couple of flurries mixing inland, and nothing that is going to be of much consequence. today we are looking at high temperatures not very much variations. 35 in boston and malden. 36 in quincy. we have cambridge at 35 degrees we have cambridge at 35 degrees. middle 30s arlington, newton. even in worcester a high that will reach 34 degrees. a couple of warmer spots like framingham, norwood, plymouth, 37. hyannis, 36 degrees today. we have another 39 in fitchburg we have another 39 in fitchburg. 37, keene. 34 in portsmouth, new hampshire 34 in portsmouth, new hampshire. partly to mostly sunny skies. tonight, we have got lows back into the 20s. not all that cold overnight tonight.
and help hold in a little heat, and for the day tomorrow, we bump you back into the 40s. even close to 50 degrees. plymouth, new bedford, the vineyard. i bet you like the sound of 49 for tomorrow. boston, 46 boston, 46. lawrence, 49. middle 40s in fitchburg and manchester, new hampshire. and the seven-day forecast with the weekend falls view after the spot showers afternoon evening wednesday. we still have a couple of lingering flurries. no accumulation expected. most of the day we will be stuck in the 30s. high only 23 high only 33 degrees on thursday. got cooler air come got cooler air coming into play got cooler air coming into play. we will have to watch thursday night and friday for the potential of some rain and snow. this is one particular forecast model that is bringing it into eastern and southeastern massachusetts. this would be a nor'easter. there is still the possibility it will miss us. we will have to fine tune its track here. but just a early heads up, rain and snow and going mostly dry over the weekend with a sprinkle of temperature in on sunday. back to you, guys. >> sara: all right, shiri.
upping the viral video of a giant panda rolling around in the snow. check this out the smithsonian national zoo in d.c. posted a video of a bear named tian tian playing in the snow. gosh, he loves it. he is so cute. the video quickly went viral, and a few days later so did this guy. a man in maryland with his own version of panda in the snow. and people can't stop watching both clips. the fake panda try the fake panda tries to put his foot in his mouth like the real one. cutest thing ever. all right, so twitter shares continue to plummet as the company try the company tries to attract new users, and now this morning, there is word of a mass exodus.
6:54 and new this morning. twitter is making a shakeup at the top. their executives are leaving the company. the c oh o said the four will be taking well-deserved time off. the move is expected to be part of bigger changes at the company. twitter stock has plummeted and strung ling to attract new users. the iphone could be getting smaller. there is a rumor floating around the web that apple is
that will replace the iphone 5s that will replace the iphone 5s. a blog that focused on apple products says the phone will have all
of the features and the bigger iphone 6 in a smaller package. the new phone won't be revealed until the fall. this morning, gas prices are still well below $2 across the country. according to gasbuddy.com. the average price per gallon is $1.83 down $.20 from last month. prices at the pump are just above that average and some stations in brockton and stoughton are as low as $1.60 a gallon. analysts say price also continue to drop. a twitter uproar after an actress is bumped from first class. andie mcdowell starred in the movie "four weddings and a funeral" sent out a tweet to american airlines saying, help, i paid for first class and they put me in tourist because of my dog that i prebooked and paid for. people lashed out at the actress claiming she was spoiled and difficult. this morning mcdowell said she
but deserves to get what she paid for. the much anticipated reboot of the classic "x-files" is here. after a 13 in after
a 13 after a 13-year hiatus. david duchovny and gillian anderson star as mulder and skully. folks i think were pretty happy with the results. they can expect characters and the stories to be consistent with the "x-files" of the past and new modern twist.you can see the next five episodes monday night at 8:00 only on fox25. 6:56 this morning. and did you see this? aerosmith front runner steven tyler made a surprise appearance during cnn snow coverage. the fatherly reason that tyler was hanging out in new york city. and over the weekend, we got about six inches of snow in boston, but less than three in worcester. and boston was still 10 inches short of the normal snowfall. i will show you when to expect the next round when we come back.