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plus ... and then i ended up in the hospital for inhave a venus antibiotics. >> sara: she said a pedicure put her in the hospital. fox25 investigates dangerous conditions at nail salons and what you should look for to protect yourself. >> complete new england news coverage starts now, this is the fox25 morning news. ed a good morning, everybody. it is thursday, february 4, i am sara underwood. my co-anchor gene lavanchy is live this morning at our primary headquarters in manchester, new hampshire. good morning. >> good morning to you, sara. our team coverage of the presidential election continues here this morning, but first the big story as it often tends to be this time of year is the weather. meteorologist shiri spear and the fox25 storm tracker weather center with a timeline on how long the wet weather will stick around, and maybe something even
>> shiri: some wintry weather back in your friday forecast. this is what i have right now. connecticut and into rhode island, and this will continue to impact areas south of the morning hour. we have got temperatures in the 50s, you guys, it is very, very mild. scattered showers still on the map at 8:00 this morning reaches as far north as bedford, boston and worcester and steady and worcester and steadier rain across the cape, islands and south coast and only lasts us through lunchtime today. see how we are clearing out at lunchtime. nashua, at 52. 53 our lunchtime temperature in boston. we turn partly sunny for a period this afternoon but we are not done with the wet weather yet. it 48 to 56 degrees today after morning scattered showers and fog but tomorrow we have snow on the map. this system getting closer the last 24 hours and we will go
to expect totals coming up. now over to julie grauert with a brand-new accident. >> this is not a highly traveled part of your morning commute. 93 south, 12278 93 south, 12 28 as you head from medford and approach somerville. starting to see the volume on our map change just slightly. i will show how it is impacting your drive time. things starting to slow down on the expressway. that is pretty typical for this time of the morning commute. a live look at the zakim where volume is decreasing on the leverett connector. a little heavier and used to stays around 6 a.m. the live drive times. 24 minutes from 495 to mass avenue. 19 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike. 29 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. sara, back up for. an elderly couple is pulled to safety from the dream home they had built by hand. and this is new cell phone video this morning from that late this morning from that late-night scene the flames just tearing through the house as neighbors tried to get to them.
norfolk this morning, and michael, there was stormy weather and the street actually lost power right before the fire lost power right before the fire. >> reporter: they don't know whether that is connected necessarily but the timing does work out. it is fortunate this elderly couple was not more seriously hurt when you look at the damage here at this tucker road home. fire fighters say they plan continue to staying good here to the guard against any potential flare-ups until the sun rise neighborhood. flames engulfing this tucker road home in norfolk seen in witness video obtained by fox25. the fire starts at 8:00 just after the power came back on following a 90-minute outage. the elderly monday ha lives there told neighbor mike tierney he simply tried closing the garage door and it shorted starting the fire. >> it dropped down >> it dropped down to his car
something. it kind of blew joe out of the garage. >> reporter: the man's wife was still inside. >> he ran acrows the street and was, you know, slamming on my door, like mike, mike, she is in the house. very elderly. can't move very quickly, walks with a cane. very frightening. >> reporter: the woman got out of the back door on her own with smoke inhalation, minor burns an singed hair. they took the man and woman to a rhode island hospital. they are expected to be okay. >> very shocked though. they have within living here for close to 50 years. so it is pretty sad. >> reporter: the official cause of the fire is still under investigation and fire fighters haven't said yet whether there is a connection to that power outage that had just ended. mike, the neighbor you just heard from, also spoke with the owner about why they were also
for everyone's safety. we will clip that part of the interview and get it to you in the next report coming up in 6 minutes. until then, live, michael henrich, fox25 news. new this morning, flames shoot through the roof of a home in lawrence overnight. fire officials tell us it started on sergeant street during our news at 10:00. heavy winds knocked a power line on to a tree and investigators think that is what start it. president free fell on to a free in the highway. and the house is damaged and everybody is okay. power outages at the height of the storm and things are getting back to farm florida normal. national grid is reporting that 600 people are still in the dark. eversource reporting just 400. these numbers have steadily dropped since our 4 a.m. we will update the totals throughout the morning for. as shiri said, we are tracking moraine tracking more rain and fog this morning. and snow on the way for friday.
information as she gets it. you can also get a customed forecast any time on the fox25 weather appear. it is free for your apple or android devitamins. -- device. with less than five days to go, the presidential candidates are in a do-or-die situation for their campaigns. gene lavanchy is anchoring our coverage once again from our new hampshire primary headquarters, and it is getting ugly out there and it is getting ugly out there, gene. >> gene: war of words well under way, sara. good morning to you. the democrats still in the race are focusing on another debate set for tonight at unh where they will go head to head. as for the republicans, donald trump returns to the granite state with the first event in everett. john kasich starting his day in pelham at 9:30 and chris pelham at 9:30 and chris christie will kick off his day
things are starting to heat up on the campaign trail especially the leading candidates on the gop side. donald trump back in new hampshire has mentioned he has an event in texter in just a few hours. fox25 joins us live in exeter. and into surprise, catherine, donald trump is stirring things up. >> and of course the -- just the place it general is heating up here between the candidates. i did look at the polling data, the latest polling data and show the latest polling data and shows that trump is still in the lead for the gop candidates followed by ted cruz and marco rubio. they know this is still anybody's race and things are heating up on the campaign trait. beyond that a fuel between the gop candidates. all started by the tweet by donald trump. donald trump. ted cruz ask not win iowa. he stole it. all the polls were among and he got for mare votes than anticipated.
the topic of conversation. cruz promised not to mud sling but poked fun at what he calls trumper-tantrums. of accepting big loans and declaring bankruptcy. cruz sunday fire when his staffers told iowa voters that ben carson was about to drop out of the race. he tried blame cnn but the net he tried blame cnn but the netreported that carson was going home to florida before continuing his campaigning. carson said they need to be fired. >> i think there needs to be some type of possibility because if we don't assign a responsibility and consequence, what keeps this from continuing to happen. i think whoever is responsible for beltway dant lying should be dismissed. appear appear. >> reporter: now carson said he has accepted cruz's apology but questioned whether a deeper
ted cruz spoke out about this whole incident, and you will hear more from him about nose statements that were made about carson. er going to tell you more about that coming up next hour. live in exeter, new hampshire, catherine parrotta, back over to out tampa. this morning, a federal aviation administration is looking into a scare involving donald trump's campaign plane. this is a picture of the plane at bash in's international airport. engine problems forced the j set to make an unscheduled landing. trump was on his way to a campaign event at little rock arkansas. he arrived at that event two hours poke. two more notes about republicans. rick tan for yum dr. ing out of the rate and endorsing marco rubio. we told you kentucky senator rand paul also suspended his campaign for president yesterday. tonight, democrat hillary
face off. last night they took place in a town hall for rurm in derry. they took questions from economy they took questions from economy, climate change and fight over isis. they sparred which candidate more progressive and highlighted their goals for the presidential pam pain. >> what this campaign is about is not just creating is president but creating a political revolution. >> the goal has to to be get the republicans from getting back into the white house and undoing the progress made under president obama. >> clinton and sanders have agreed to add three more debates in the coming months. sanders campaign initially refused to participate tonight unless an agreement was reached on those future debates. on those future debates. fox25 is the place to turn for all -- turn all week leading up to the new hampshire bream. don't miss our primary specials every night at 7:00. reporter sharman sacchetti will have in-depth report on the candidates as well as expert analysis.
you from our news at 5 p.m. straight through 11:30, bringing you live results from candidate you live results from candidates' headquarters, speeches as they happen and nut information on primary night. coming up on the next half hour, experts into the war of words among the gop candidates. for now, wack to you in dedham. 6:11. big details of a a story we have been following that involves the death of a three-year-old boy in roxbury. complaints against kenai whyte's family. he fell off the bed twice when his mother was looking for him. dcf was skeptical of another family member taking care of him as well as domestic violence in the home. white was found seriously damaged a is his home on sunday. he died tuesday in the hospital. so far no one has been charged in his death.
>> traffic and right now. a 23-minute commute from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. temperatures in the 50s along with risk of rain and fog tomorrow. cooler and snowy cooler and snowier. i will take you hour by hour through much messer friday forecast coming up. it is tax season, and this morning, the irs has a huge problem. why they can't process taxes right now, what it means for your refund re. local family local families are shocked
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and i approve this message. meteorologist shiri spear here at :15. i have significant rain rhode island. this is the same batch that will massachusetts.
right now if you were hitting the roads, i have scattered rain in brockton. down to new bedford area. this morning, a popular high school principal is off the job and facing an allegation of misconduct. but carrington students are no idea what happened. fox25 daniel miller has more on what the school is saying about the principal. >> sara, good morning. steven bagione worked at arlington high school for 20 years. his career and reputation are in limbo. fox25 has learned the principal has been place on paid administrative leave.
taken after something happened through the recent sunday detention at the cool. parents were told about the principal's removal at an e-mail from the cool. that e-mail says no reason to believe at the time the case
involves aemtions of sexual abuse. the school also said further notification will be sent out after an investigation has been completed. parents and students we spoke with have nothing but good things to say about the principal. >> a good guy. always helps us not get in trouble. always there for us when we need him. >> a trouble-free zone here. a great environment. >> again, it is unclear this morning what happened during the sunday detention and what role the principal played in that incident. we will continue to investigate this matter and bring you any new details as soon as it becomes available. in the newsroom, i am daniel miller, fox25 news. a blogger who says rape should be legal as long as it happens in private is cancelling a series of rallies because of
one of the meetings was for saturday at market square in portsmouth. another planned for the paul revere statute knew boston. police in both cities are aware of the rallies. the organizers of the rally posted a tweet saying the events had been cancelled because he can't guarantee privacy or security. the blogger also said he can't stop people from gathering. good thursday morning. it is 6:17. i want to start with where i am seeing the highest volume. that is the expressway. average speed 17 miles per hour as you head from braintree up through quijsy, naponset and into the boston area. shifting north of town, you things a little bit slow right after the cloverleaf, as you head through medford and approach somerville. live look at the zakim, in our live shot, the volume is significantly heavier than the last time we checked in on the shot about 15 minutes ago. 26 minutes on the pike from 495 to the mass avenue. 24 minutes on 128 southbound
weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. shiri, you are advising everyone to dress for the 50s all day. >> yes, a mild day ahead. we have the risk of rain in most towns and cities as we go through the day. i am much more concerned of the friday forecast. a slight risk of a sprinkle. beverly, boston and worcester. better chance from plymouth down to chatham and the vineyard this morning where we are seeing some of those showers pop up right now. this is so much lighter than what we had yesterday. this is also lacking the winds of yesterday and even though the showers are blossoming right now over parts of rhode island and connecticut, this will impact areas of south of boston with light rain during the morning commute. one of the favorite locations for hanging continue to showers the longest. hyannis at 51 degrees. 7-mile-per-hour winds. i like those winds are nice and light right now and you can see lower 50s ruin your forecast all day long and that threat for showers 3 through noon or 1:00. in boston, 55 degrees.
couple of morning showers through 10 a.m., and after that, we actually get some breaks in the clouds with the 50s going strong all day long like you heard julie say, 50 in worcester heard julie say, 50 in worcester. 53 in nashua. 52 in portsmouth. 454 in boston and middle 50s from boston over to norwood. 51 hyannis. thicker clouds clustering up over southeastern massachusetts because it is closest to the front, which is spawning these morning showers. last of the rain you can see last of the rain you can see coming to an end around 1 p.m. of the outer cape. now the changes to your friday forecast because this whole thing is swinging so much closer thing is swinging so much closer. even yesterday it looks like most of it will stay offshore but with the closer track, we will are to bring in more snow across the region. it will move in again after 7:00 this evening. and so we have a dry afternoon. most of the evening for you here most of the evening for you here, and it is not until after midi need that we see a transition to snow. that transition is going to continue through the morning hours and the problem with that
burst of heavy snow and we will have some visibility issues. we will have some high accumulation rights down there, and a heavy, wet snow. the potential for a couple of power outages along with this and talk tomorrow morning, snowy in most areas the cape and island where we have the rain mixing in. the deeper shade the deeper shading with the heavier snow. southeastern massachusetts will take the cake on this one. it will go until 1:00 in the afternoon. between 1 and 4:00, it will come to an end with clearing actually from west to east here spot interior, we get less snow. it clears out quicker, 1 to 3. but 3 to 6 here for areas like plymouth, sandwich, falmouth over to bridgewater and fall river into the boston area, canton, boston, dover. i got 1 to 3 inches with a coating to one as we head even further inland to worcester, act further inland to worcester, acton up to derry. i think we will have higher snow totals and closer trends in that system because you can actually
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shiri is also tracking a winter storm watch on the radar for tomorrow. welcome back are, everyone. welcome live to our new hampshire primary headquarters where gene lavanchy sankering our coverage this morning, but first, let's talk about this weather, and we are finally -- it is finally going to turn richer. >> shiri: spring today and start with rain and showers but tomorrow snow. the fog is thickest over southeastern massachusetts. anyone coming into boston from the cape or the south coast or the south shore, you will see that much thicker fog there and low clouds. a little touch of light fog on the maps. plymouth over to marion and bourne. drizzle popping in taunton. boston looking nice and dry. maynard, 57. boxboro at 50 degrees. worcester, 53 and nashua, 55. it very mild. the temperatures are dropping slightly. this is likely one of those days where we hit our high temperature already in boston at
56 degrees. now we are at 55. so at noon, 52. a shower still on the cape. the rest of the area will be dry. turns a little brighter during the afternoon especially inland. 53 degrees at 3 p.m., but by 7:00, 44 degrees. that cooler area major player in the snow that is come the snow that is coming into town for tomorrow morning and a town-by-town breakdown in a couple of minutes. julie grauert is live with downtown traffic breaking down those trouble spots. >> julie: last time i showed you the maps average speeds at 19 miles per hour. now down to 9. things are slowing down as they have a tendency to do especially on the expressway. pike moving along fine still through natick, newton and then into the boston area. we have this brand-new accident in just the last 30 seconds. we have got details. on 128 as you approach waltham in the northbound lane. i will give you -- i will tweet out an update in just a few minutes. a live look at the pike through brighton. still nice and light. over to the live drive times.
from 495 mass avenue. 14 minutes from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel. 28 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike. sara, over to you. all right, julie. a huge pine tree crashes into a home in amesbury overnight. you can see the heavy damage to that room. two branches narrowly missed two rooms full of sleeping children. live in amesbury where it is a mess in neighborhoods all over the north shore this morning, jess. >> reporter: it is, sara the north shore as well. the roof has been patched up and the tree has been removed from the roof, but still a chunk of the tree in the front yard. there is also police tape up this morning. the family could not stay here last night as you can imagine, and not sure when they are going to be able to next. a terrifying night for a family in amesbury where high winds sent a tree toppling into
>> all of a sudden i heard a big bang. went running into the kids' room and a tree in my way. >> reporter: the top part of the massive tree snaps off. it landed in two bedroom where is his four children sleep just missing one of them. >> my middle son, he didn't go into his bed. he went -- sat on his dhir watch tv. if he was in his bed, the tree would have landed on top of him. >> reporter: she ran out to find her kids in shock. >> i ran out all the kids were in the dine in the dining room, freaking out in the dining room, freaking >> reporter: the storm left behind a path of damage not just in amesbury but several towns into the north shore and the merrimack valley. in tewksbury, strong winds took down the trees narrowly missing this house and shed. in lowell a tree fell blocking mess. family grabbed what they could and a long time before things are back to normal here, but they are thankful this wasn't
>> very fortunate the beds were two or three feet away from where the tree came through. >> reporter: underneath this right here is a big hole in the roof. a lot of things to do. crews are expected to be here later on to go through some of the damage and clean up some of the debris and will be getting a better look at the damage as soon as the sun comes up in about a an hour. i am jessica reyes, fox25 morning news. an elderly couple is recovering this morning after escape escaping a fire in their home. neighbors were frantic as they saw the house ghup flames. >> my husband is in there. >> no, he got out. >> reporter: the couple was able to make it out okay, but the investigation is ongoing this morning. our crew on the scene as this was first breaking on tucker road in norfolk. a neighbor tells us an explosion occurred when the man turned on his garage door opener. the couple, they are both in their 70s. both had singed hair and we are
have been burned. the sun chronicle says they built their house by hand. the fire chief said heavy wind and rain had knocked out power in the area and the power had just come back on when the homeowner turned on his garage door opener. we are on the scene gathering information about the cause of this fire all morning. and downed power lines wreaking havoc on the north shore. those wires were buzzing and popping as they hit the sidewalk and started a fire swampscott. police posted this video of banks road on their facebook page this morning. they were able to disconnect the power to prevent any further damage and no one was hurt. as shiri said, we are tracking more rain and fog this morning as there is snow on the way for friday. she will bring us updated information as she gets it. you can also get her custom forecast any time on the fox25 weather app. that is free for your apple or android device.
are marching full force toward the new hampshire primary and it is starting to get ugly. fox25 anchor gene lavanchy is back at our new hampshire primary headquarters in manchester this morning with what we can expect in the campaign trail. good morning, gene. >> gene: well, good morning, sara. here is what is on tap for both parties. the democrats this morning are focussing on a debate. head to head tonight. as for the republicans, donald trump returning to the granite state. his first event in exeter. ted cruz making three stops in portsmouth, weare and laconia. marco rubio will be in portsmouth before making three other stops on his campaign schedule. john kasich spending his day in pelham at 9:30 and chris pelham at 9:30 and chris christie at the elks lodge in keene. the feud between donald trump and ted cruz is heating up. last night at ted cruz's event in nashua, trump was the topic of conversation.
what he called trumper tantrums and said he accepted big loans on wall street and bankruptcy. it came after trump accused cruz of fraud during the iowa caucus of fraud during the iowa caucuses. trump typing that ted cruz didn't win iowa, he stole it. all of the polls were so wrong and got far more votes than why he got -- why he got far more votes than anticipated, bad. cruz said he was not going to engage in this type of behavior and said voters deserve better. he attacked cruz after saying iowa voters that carson was going to drop out of the race. tom, the you vase getting interested. a war of words between cruz and trump. is there going to be a winner this battle. >> trump will be the winner because cruz is going to explain a lot here what happened in iowa when he should be concentrating on what is happening on the
so trump is, i think, a clear winner here. >> gene: does very a point in terms of fraud. >> a lot of ethical questions. at the very least the cruz campaign was misleading and ben carson came out and said the same thing and cnn denied the fact that the cruz people said that cnn was reporting that carson was dropping out of the race. >> gene: more than just i am going to make fun of this guy. he is bringing up legitimate points that could be looked into further. >> i think what voter cares about at this stage of the game. volters care about character and this is an attack on cruz's character. >> and we heard with rick santorum and rand paul dropping out. carly fiorina, perhaps ben carson. who gains the most for that. >> i think the most is marco rubio because more of the establishment thins out, he is going to pick up those votes. they are not going to go to trump or cruz who are right and center here. >> we are going to talk about
hillary clinton, apparent hillary clinton, apparently changing her tune of expectations in new hampshire. we will talk about that next hour. we will look forward to that. by the way fox25 is the place to turn to all week leading up to the new hampshire primary. we will be bringing you primary specials every night at 7:00 feature featuring sharman sacchetti and special guests. she will have in-depth reports on the candidates as well as expert analysis. on primary night keep it right here, live results and live reports as they happen. we will stream it live on myfoxboston.com and the fox25 news app. i will be back at 7:00 in our manchester, new hampshire primary headquarters. until then, send it back to sara in our dedham studio. all right, gene, 6:39. new hour city leaders in worcester say one company controls dozens of properties that are not sanitary that includes a mice-infested apartment on king street where three children were found during a drug raid. and city inspectors looked at 22
imminent realty and fount 61 violations including crash in hallways, insects and vermin infestations, broken window and no gas or heat. the inspections took place in december. the king street home was one of three in which inspectors were not allowed to enter. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. 93 southbound, 25-minute commute from the cloverleaf to the leverett connector. shiri? >> shiri: this morning i just got a little bit of rain and fog on the map. an easy going thursday evening commute, but tomorrow morning, it is all about the snow. i will show you what time it starts and peaks in your town next. the video is jarring. a mother and her two young children struck in the street by a hit-and-run driver. coming up at 7:00, what the car is missing that may help people find it this morning. and is it risky relaxation? we heard a lot of horror stories about health risks at the nail salon.
6:43. i am meteorologist shiri spear. anybody driving south of the mass pike, listen up. i have got heavier shower now in providence, rhode island, rehoboth up to attleboro. you marshburg to clinton. and these showers will turn steadier in the next hour. a woman said she went to get a pedicure and instead wound up with a serious infection. our facebook page has been flooded with story flooded with stories, comments, even pictures of similar allegations. fox25 investigative reporter kerry kavanaugh found out what you can look out for to protect yourself at the nail salon. >> we were going on vacation, and i wanted to have my feet done. you think you are treating yourself. >> reporter: sherry cooper went to the nail salon she had been to countless times before.
pedicure was nice. and aid little bit of redness for a couple of days, and we were on a plane.
>> reporter: the redness persisted she said, ointments weren't helping. >> it was still very, very painful. and when i came back, they said it was mrsa. >> reporter: she believes it was because of her technician scrubbing her book with a used buffer. >> you think you know what protocol you are supposed to follow and you are cleaning your equipment properly. >> this is where the consumer needs to become the police. >> reporter: she owns prestige salon in dudley and an advocate for making a nail salons safer. >> if you see something that doesn't look right or something happens to you in a salon, report it. >> reporter: the first thing you can do make sure that the salon is prominently displays a current license. make sure the technician washes their hand before they start working on you. you should have clean hands and feet. ask if a technician is use ask if a technician is using a
something the state law requires something the state law requires. are they cleaning all files. they awill you salons to reuse files but they have to be sterilized. >> if they are pulling a file that has nail debris on it. unacceptable. >> reporter: ask if the salon is disinticketing tools and foot bath. >> mine are in a package because run through an autoclave. i consult my clients that these have been sterilized and i open it up in front of them. >> reporter: for sharon cooper, even the salon with the best practice is not worth the risk. >> no i have not had a pedicure. >> reporter: according to the department of professional licensure, 212 complaints involving jaers to clients, sanitation standards and lack of sterilization inside nail salons inside the state in 2015. the state works to crack down on businesses. we were with those investigators when they shut one local nail salon down. we will show you the violations they found tonight on fox25 news at 10.
kerry kavanaugh. a possible medical breakthrough that could help us live longer. researchers at the mayo clinic say they found a new way to keep lab mice alive longer. in a recent study removing damaged cells significantly increase the animal's lifespan. the scientists removed those cells by use cells by using a new drug that they created. researchers believe that discovery will help them find new ways to improve human health. a woman whose voice was known for generations of new england new englanders is gone. >> anthony! anthony! >> reporter: family members say mary tamora died on tuesday. she was the star of the prince spaghetti commercial that was made in 1969. the woman that yelled "anthony" from her window in the north end calling her son home for spaghetti dinner. she was an icon in the north end for decades. she was 88 years old. now 6:48 on this thursday.
route 3 south of town. moving along at a decent place from 228 in rockland past route 18 to the braintree split. a little bit slow on 24 and on 95. that is pretty typical for this time of the commute. expressway jammed from furnace expressway jammed from furnacebrook parkway to columbia road. you can see the sun starting to come up a little bit which makes our traffic even easy our traffic even easier to catch a glimpse of. over to the live drive times. 12 minutes on route 3 from 228 to the split. 16 minutes from 128. 16 minutes on 95 north as approach 128. meteorologist shiri spear joining us, and shiri, you are saying that friday snow is looking much closer now. tell us more. >> reporter: it is. so i do encourage from you twitter, facebook. my facebook page. the station facebook page to share that graphic and let people know that the forecast is snowy snowier than it looks here yesterday. the next 24 hours, i have got a little rain, a little fog in the morning forecast today, but i think the biggest threat will certainly be the snow that we get here, and your friday morning forecast you.
coming through generating our morning showers now, but the whole thing is much, much closer tomorrow. initially looks like most of it is going to stay out to sea. now it looks like much more will come ashore as snow. so that's why the forecast has changed slightly tomorrow. but for right now, we have got that light rain south of the mass pike. anyone traveling from boston down to providence, rhode island, just be prepared. it will be steadier thought way. the temperature trend in the boston area have all day low and mid-50s. temperatures barely budging, so whatever you are dressing for now is going to greet you in the afternoon. a risk for showers in and around boston. this is for hyannis. temperatures in the lower 50s all day, but the threat of rain will go through straight through noon to 1:00 this afternoon and in the worcester area, keeping it mostly dry with pretty quick morning fog. temperatures taking a dip into the upper 40s and breaks of sunshine this afternoon. 54 in boston. 54, lawrence, 56 in. and 48 in keene, new hampshire. there is the front.
that the end of your showers out across the outer cape. the rest of the region look inland. breaks of sunshine this afternoon and only lasts us for a little while because by 7:00 this evening. we have this front that will start swinging close us to again. so after 7:00 this evening, from south to north, we will see those showers move back in, and after midnight, since the cold air was fighting its way in, there is a transition to snow. so this transition is going to be happening during the morning commute tomorrow. i see snow in boston between about 4 and 5:00 in the morning, and you can see by 7:00 tomorrow morning, we have that rain-snow line right across the cape cod canal and very close to that rain, snow line where we those bursts of heavier snow. dealing with a heavy wet snow. a couple of downed tree limbs and power outages things we will have to monitor and the snow still falling at 1:00 across eastern massachusetts and heaviest where you have that deepest shading across southeastern massachusetts. areas like worcester will start
boston should come to an end around 2 p.m. and ends eventual around 2 p.m. and ends eventually at 5:00 down across the outer cape and the islands. inland, we will see a sharp cutoff to that snow which is a real challenge determining exactly where that cutoff is. since the track of this has changed, determining how far inland ref to pull these -- these snow bands 1 to 3 inches for the outer cape and nantucket. 3 to 6 barnstable, plymouth, bridgewater and fall river and honestly looking at some of the latest information, even considering making that a 4 to 8-inch band. 3 to 6 inches in bridgewater, marshfield. somerset. something we will continue to watch with our model updates. 1 to 3 in the boston area. up to the north shore and a coating to one in the wore area and southern new hampshire. partly sunny and more snow monday through tuesday. back to you, sara. all right, shiri. officiated masses, funerals and
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