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now at 6:00, the overnight cities and towns that will receive the most accumulation. we are watching it become a slippery friday commute. our team of reporters are out monitoring the roads and the drive times to keep you safe on the way to work. i think it is time to end the very artful smear that you and your campaign have been carrying out in recent weeks. >> gene: plus no more playing nice. the big takeaways from last night's dems debate as we head into the final weekend before the new hampshire primary. >>announcer: this is a fox25 stormtracker weather alert. >> gene: good morning, 6:00 on this friday morning, february 5 this friday morning, february 5. a snowy friday morning at that. i am gene lavanchy. >> sara: i am sara underwood. we are in the midst of a messy morning commute. we watched as rain turned to snow during our 5 a.m. newscast snow during our 5 a.m. newscast. our continuing team coverage will update you throughout the morning. michael henrich is in natick along the pike. jessica reyes is in andover and
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drive times. >> gene: stormtracker weather center a busy place. sarah wroblewski and shiri spear are updating the snow totals as a team this morning. corridor. >> shiri: as expected between 5 and 6, boston made that boston, boston, north shore. you are a winter storm warning until 3:00 in afternoon. we have heavy rain over southeastern mass with temperatures upper 30s, lower 40s. 35 in boston with snow. not sticking as well from worcester up to fitchburg where temperatures are closer to or just below freezing. rain-snow line through bridgewater. halifax, marshfield. getting reports mixing in. snow in the boston area and andover and lawrence have this blip of rain, northeastern massachusetts aside from cape anne have already made that change and will continue to do so. by 9 a.m., we have that
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way to the cape cod canal. where we have the snow, pockets of heavy snow from the cape and islands. you will see snowflakes sneak you will see snowflakes sneaking in with that heavy rain. pulls down the cooler air. and we have snowflakes ending in worcester and tapering off in boston and by 6:00 this evening, what a difference 12 hours makes. because we will see those improvements out there. but 4 to 8 inches of snow expected in eastern and central massachusetts. we will take you through the towns and cities where we are expecting jackpot totals. sarah wroblewski is standing by and keeping a close eye on your reports. sara you. >> sara: get -- >> sarah: getting in a few pictures too. the snowfall total throughout the day and would love to get your report through the afternoon and really be able to see how much snow is falling across the region. so as we go ahead and through -- i would like to switch over to the other computer right there because that will really illustrate better some of the
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you can only send them to us on twitter at sarah wroblewski and twitter at sarah wroblewski and@fox25 you shiri. and up in coming down over roads. and beverly pretreating the roadways. still raining out had there. and i want to show you temperatures sure enough. just flipped over as shiri was showing that changeover. visibility is an issue out there. continuing to fluctuate. take it easy if you do have to head out on the roadways. where you are is depending on the temperatures because in boston, sure enough at the freezing mark, close to the 30s. it will be all snow before we finally see tapering conditions this evening. but places like worcester, you will be back into the 20s near 30. look what happens. the sun trying to break out. thing is a better indication we will start to see some improvement in the afternoon and down across the cape. i will show that you coming up in the next 15 minutes, but we need to get a check of your traffic now julie. how are things going. >> sara, we have already seen some accidents. 93 nought 93 north the expressway, the hov lane will be closed because of the snow.
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from furnacebrook parkway and the braintree split up to around morissey boulevard. 93 south a little slow as you approach somerville because an earlier snow fall that area. over to a live look right now at the zakim and leverett connector. you can see visibility pretty low because of that mixture of rain and snow that shiri and sara are telling us about. over to your live drive times. 28 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass avenue. 28 minute on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike. 35 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. sara and gene, back to you. >> all right, julie. well, cities and towns north of boston starting to see the snow now -- the changeover happening in that part of the state. fox25 continues our team coverage from andover and yes, jess, you can see from behind you that the snow has officially started to fall. >> reporter: it is, gene. last time we saw you guys an hour ago, it was raining here. and the past couple of minutes, it changed over to a mix and
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this point and a little slushy and more people out on the roads as you can tell this morning. this intersection is empty right now, but the past couple of minutes more and more people on the roads. the roads as you probably can tell they are still a bit wet. in the past hour got a lot colder so you are going to want to keep that in mind as you head thought morning to hit some of the roadways to be freezing up. at this point, we know school has not been called off in lawrence. we are keeping an eye on things in the area including school closings and will keep you posted here and on twitter as soon as we hear anything about that. we will be back in 30 minutes with another look at what to expect in this area. for now send it back to you guys. live in andover, jessica reyes, fox25 news. right now we want to see how things are going in metro west. fox25's michael henrich continues our coverage live along the make any natick where it it has been coming down for a while, michael. >>reporter: it has. and this area just give you a
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going not only here at the pike where we seat snow building up not only on the median, but also starting to build up a little bit on the roadways. just in the last 45 minutes, we have seen natick schools closed for the day. that is how the roads near metro west are expected to be. and i expect we will see more of these metro west schools hauling it just as other school districts around the area have been doing. i just tweeted two minutes ago to mass dot, the department of transportation, trying to get an update on how answer pieces of equipment they have up there. how much we can says there a full force of snow plows out there. treatment out there and as soon as we hear back, i will let you know. as of 4:00 this morning, more than 1100 crews were out on the roadways chemically treating the roads. trying to make sure folks have as much safe a morning commute as possible. what it looks like before you
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judgment we will give you an update report. we will see how the roads look right flow behind the wheel. this is our driving camera out at route 24 north in the stoughton stretch over there along with randolph, and you can see you are moving along okay. you have got the wipers going. you need to leave a lot of room between you and the cars. and the snows start to get heavier on our area highways. 24 north, you moving along okay. trouble in the air too because the snow. logan airport reminding people to check with your airline this morning. so far about 16 delays and 12 cancellations. monitoring flights from logan throughout the morning from the air to the roads and the rails, we will be hear all morning and school closings and delays are updating on the app and at the bottom of your screen throughout the morning.
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with the forecast in just minutes the final weekend of campaigning before the new hampshire primary begins and this morning there are two clear front runners. a new cnn poll gives donald trump a strong lead over rivals on the republican side. florida senator marco rubio is in second with 18%. texas senator ted cruz earns 13%. ohio governor john kasich and former florida governor jeb bush trailed closely behind cruz. and among the democrats, bernie sanders remains a commanding favorite. the vermont senator has 61% support compared to 30% for hillary clinton. and today, both senator sanders and hillary clinton will attend campaign events in manchester. last night, they faced off in their final debate before the new hampshire primary. there were some fiery exchanges on the stage at unh. the candidates battled over income and equality and economic reform.
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candidate will be able to deliver the promises they are making on the campaign trail. >> secretary clinton does represent the establishment i represent are i hope, ordinary americans and by the way who are not all this enamored with the establishment. >> senator sanders is the only person i think would characterize me a woman running to be the first woman president as exempt flying the establishment. >> sarah: tomorrow night the leading republican candidates will hold their debate before tuesday's primary land take place it manchester. late last night fox25 confirmed a story that you will see on the front page of the paper this morning. massachusetts governor charlie baker will make his presidential pick today. plit rale reporter sharman sacchetti has confirmed that governor baker will endorse new jersey governor chris christie for the republican presidential nomination. governor christie was in boston last night attending a bruce springsteen concert at the garden.
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all weekend as we approach the primary on tuesday. fox25 political reporter sharman sacchetti is anchoring our coverage from our new hampshire primary headquarters in manchester. we have got live specials with analysis at 7 p.m. tonight and monday, and primary night will bring you all night with the start of our news at 5 p.m. all the way through 11:30. we will also recommend that we will also stream it live at and on the fox25 news app. new this morning, a manhole fire causing some traffic problems right now on beacon hill. charles street between boylston and beacon closed. our photographer was at the scene within the last hour. he could see smoke coming up from the street. we are working to get an upgreat boston fire right now on about what caused this, and we will also let you know when that road reopens. boston police continue to search for suspects in the outbreak of violence at a local strip mall. we have been showing you the crime scene since we came on the air. two two people shot, two others
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dorchester avenue on the red line. so far, we have no word on the condition of the victims. and in new york city this morning, two police officers are in the hospital and two people are under arrest following a shooting in the bronx. police say it started in the stairwell of a housing complex very close to where the new york mayor was giving his state of the city speech. the officers asked two people for id and that's when one pulled out a gun and started shooting. one officer was struck in the stomach. the other this athletic the other this cheek. both are expected to be okay. one of two men in the stairwell later killed themselves. two other people are now under shooting. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes for you. right now on 93 southbound, you are looking at a 39-minute commute. average speeds just 33 miles per hour. leave as early as you can today because of that weather. shiri? >> spill tell you what right now on the roads, julie, due to the weather conditions you snow, guys. mass pike, snow. massachusetts, snow.
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spots getting some of the first snow reports out of central massachusetts and on the cape, it is rain -- expecting heavy rain before you make the changeover there. i am timing out the changeover next. the democrats weren't the only ones making headlines in new hampshire last night. coming up at 6:30, the harsh words donald trump had for the kennedy family coming up. and raw sewage is seeping near homes near the south shore. coming up, the millions of dollars being spent on repairs and how do you reimagine "banking"? you start with this...
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6:14. meteorologist shiri spear here and deeper shading out toward the worcester area. now. littleton. that is steadier, heavier snow. that will stick. in lawrence, rain coming down. peabody and boston into brockton and taunton has made that change over to snow. through lunchtime. what time to expect improvements when we come back in just a few. here is look at a corroded pipe that is sending raw sewage into people's homes. crews working throughout the weekend to repair it but only a temporary fix. fox25's daniel miller is here with more on this stinky situation in plymouth. >> daniel: yeah, gene, a multimillion dollar mess.
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smell of raw sewage flowing down their street. crews showed station the corroded line and you can see where it broke. part of the sewage main line to break in just a month. and the problem is, there is no backup line to divert the flow to when something breaks. plymouth town managers now in the middle of adds 3 million to $4 million temporary fix. a permanent fix will run more than $25 million. the town manager says they believe the system design allow believe the system design allowed air pockets which led to corrosion process. >> in areas where the pipe isn't full the cap between the snow and the surface and chemicals in that area corroded the cement line the cement lining. >> a bypass line is currently being installed that is expected to take about a week and going to impact traffic, of course, on route 3. we are told they will have to shut down southbound exit 5 and northbound exit 6 at different times and residents tell us it is not just the traffic or the smell they are dealing with.
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away 24-7 and the noise as you can imagine bothersome. in the newsroom this morning, daniel miller, fox25 news. good friday morning. it is 6:17. and we are watching some challenging conditions on the road right now. hopefully you are among nose who are stay home and work from home. maybe your kids are out of school. this is what we are seeing. 93 south, average speeds are 13 miles per hour as you make your way through medford and approach route -- route 16 and then into somerville. pike, moving along at a decent volume. it is pretty light, but it is tough to see. visibility is low. take you out there. and i swear, there are cars out on the road, because of the snow, the fog, the rabe, that mixture that is going on really bringing those average speeds down. over to your live drive times. 16 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 40 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. 30 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass avenue. meteorologist shiri spear has been closely watching this, and
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about how it is better to get a head start from this because it will continue throughout the commute you. . >> shiri: yeah, not waiting until 10 a.m. and thing will get better. things will get worse. snow will win this one out. weed out the rain. on top of that we will watch out for winds because gusts at 35 miles per hour with this very dense type of snow can create power outages and downed tree and limbs. the big picture is we have this disturbance that will ride along that front, and that means that we will actually see things get more intense and amplified during the morning hours and eventually ease up this afternoon. this cold air is eventually calling that switch out for everybody. zoom in here and take a closer look and we have got that rain snow line across the south sore over to somerset. heavier snow in taunton, rehoboth, even where we have some of of the shade.
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some of the -- with the rain. we have some of our first snow reports coming in right now. a snow report in lunenberg of an inch. but we can peek outside and we can see we have snow building up. waiting for some official reports. you can send them to us facebook and twitter. send them to me and sara. let's take a look at the timeline for this whole thing. through 7:00, the rain snow line from plymouth to the new bedford area, south of that although heavy rain, don't be surprised to see snowflakes mix on this. 7 a.m. heavy snow, eastern mass 7 a.m. heavy snow, eastern mass, eastern mass, southern new hampshire. take you to the next timeframe 9:00, the rain snow line down to the cape dealing with heavy rain if that location. the heavy rain can pull down snow and cooler temperatures as well. noontime is next. noontime temperatures will continue to drop and hold steady in the lower 30s. heavy snow at noontime and eventually by 3 p.m. which is
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got things that are easing up. that means boston, snowfall rates will be lightening. wine wining down out toward worcester. still snowing on the cape and check out what happens by 6 p.m. by 6 p.m., the snow over the kawrp and next slide will show we are still going with 4 to 8 inches around the boston area, south shore, north shore. and as you hit new hampshire 1 to 4 and the cape, mixing right now 1 to 3. the northern fridge of that will watch for any adjustment that we will have to make. right now let's get you over to sarah wroblewski because she has the latest often what you guys are saying. >> sarah: a lot of folks trying to chime in. starting to wake up. starting to see the conditions out there. we got this report saying still rain in haverhill right now, but we are seeing the changeover to snow just started in dorchester and not only are we getting reports but getting questions. hard to see and i will read it for you. is the surface temperature of the ground going to reduce the amount of snow because it is not frozen. very good question.
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days. the last few days temperatures in the 50s. average high, 37. yes, when that snow first initially comes down because temperatures are in the 30s, it is going to allow for some melting to occur, but as it comes down steady and heavy, we will see some accumulation and will come down at a pretty good clip. shiri was showing that as temperatures above freezing and down in the 40s across the cape down in the 40s across the cape. day planner, what you can anticipate throughout the day today. those temperatures falling. the mildest conditions likely happening right now. watch and see temperatures fall throughout the day as those winds will pick up, create low visibility with the transition all to snow. by the afternoon, that snow is tapering, and by the evening hours, will start to see some improvement. if you have plans, should be okay, should be dry i should say and notice the winds may be gusting, gusting as high as 25 to 35 miles per hour. notice by the afternoon, they are coming out of the northwest colder air. any areas of wet conditions, some slush likely going to freeze overnight as
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into the teens and 20s. but tomorrow, we get those temperatures right back up into the upper 30s and by sunday, into the lower 40s as we will have high pressure in control. looks fairly dry and could see a few flurries, a few snow showers with the weakening front coming through northern new england over the weekend. as we take a look at the bigger picture, we will be watching two systems as we head into next week. one area low pressure to our south and another system pushing through the great lakes by sunday is where we will be the interaction of these two systems that will bring us the risk of some potential snow as we head into early next week. that seven-day forecast, today is the day pretty snowy and wet at times and dry out throughout weekend and early next week, our best chance i think of seeing one system brushing us will be on tuesday with those temperatures in the 30s and colder weather will surely follow by late week. there is the look at your latest forecast. >> gene: hello there. 6:22 this morning. a fan bought thousands of dollars of tickets for the super bowl received an empty
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agreed to match the proceeds to donate to charity. >> sara: what a great thing if you have the money to have fun in a cool house for a good cause. >> julie: other people were paying thousands of bucks for the tickets to the actual game. >> sara: love it home run shiri. >> shiri: you like this pic over my shoulder. boston making a flip. still waiting in southeastern massachusetts. an hour-by-hour look not just at the snow fall rates but expected accumulation when we come back. democratic debate over in the republican debate tomorrow time in president today we are talking politics and pancakes. a live shot coming up from the red something delicious is happening at dunkin'. come in today to get any sandwich for $2.99 after 12:00 p.m.
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evening hours. our team reporters and meteorologist willing have been updating the situation since it went on air. jessica reyes is standing think about andover where they just cancelled school. and julie grauert is updating those drive times. >> gene: plus in the fox25 stormtracker weather center we have meteorologist sarah wroblewski and shiri spear updating the snow totals as a team. shiri, city of boston starting to see the snow right now. >> shiri: boston making that transition into snow. in northeastern mass. dealing with the line. 39 in plymouth with heavy rain. boston dropping down to 34, so a very wet, dense, sticky snow. and there you can see rain, snow line. plymouth over to about fall river, but even some of these areas like wareham, wouldn't be surprised to hear some reports of some snowflakes fighting their way in. just not having much luck sticking, lowell down to acton.
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same for gloucester and manchester-by-the-sea right now manchester-by-the-sea right now. and in the neck couple of hours by 8 a.m., pockets of heavy rain will continue over the cape and pockets of heavy snow where it is snowing. the snow line of plymouth and new bedford by 8:00. the gist of it. anywhere you guys are traveling problems whether heavy rain or heavy snow an incredibly sloppy morning. by 10:00, we are seeing the cape make the transition to snow. will stay steady through lunchtime, once we hit the afternoon from west to east, we clear it out. i am thinking between 2 and 3 it comes to an end in central massachusetts, between 3 and 4 in the boston area and by 6 p.m., out across the cape. 4 to 8 inches, north shore, south shore back to central massachusetts. lesser amounts where we get the cut off further inland. we may still have to play around with a little bit of these bands as we travel throughout morning hours, but to 4 from nashua over to gardner. 1 to 3 to the cape and islands because of the mixing we are seeing right now but a lot more than the know
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sarah wroblewski joining us now and a look at new ims manages coming in. >> one new report that is coming in and we love to get what is going on out there from your eyes. steve has sent in from worcester and he is saying an inch on the grassy areas. vehicles coating lightly. thank you for sending in that report. in worcester too, i want to point out we are expecting to see some lower visibility because winds a picking up. changes in visibility like portsmouth and boston just about a mile. if you have to head out on the roadways, take it easy out there winds incredibly strong. colder air changing that rain over to snow and we are expect over to snow and we are expecting to see gust expecting to see gust upwards of 20 to 30 miles per hour throughout the day and your day planner does show the snow continuing throughout afternoon before tapering off this evening when temperatures really drop. so the mildest conditions happening right now. i am going to show you later what to expect for the icy conditions overnight. let's get a check of your
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>> julie: if the mildest conditions are happening now, that means this is the best time to head out the door because it is just going to be more of a challenge as the morning progresses. a new accidents on 93 southbound. one slain blocked right now in med near -- one lane is blocked right now in medford near fells way. and furnacebrook parkway and the braintree split around morrissey boulevard. visibility low still. raindrops and snow flakes on our camera lens and the roads remain wet. live drive times. 28 minute on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass avenue. almost 40 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike. 40 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. of course i am keeping very close track of these and tweeting them out as they change all morning long. gene and sara. cities and towns throughout the boston area seeing the heavy snow. >> sara: jessica reyes is live in downtown andover where we saw your tweets ten minutes ago and they have just cancelled
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>> reporter: they have, sara. they just cancelled school in andover and in the last two minutes or so, lawrence schools now cancelled as well. we are starting to see more and more of these cancellations come in as we get later and late neither morning. we are here in andover, and this is post office avenue and main street here. as you just heard julie say, this is the best time to head out this morning because you can see the snow is coming down and the roads are wet, but it is not really sticking to the ground just yet. but it is continuing to get colder and colder as it gets late neither morning, and, of course, the roads are going to get much messy get much messier as it gets later and later into the day. so we are going to stay out here all morning long. another look at what to expect in this part of the assassinate 30 minutes. live in andover, jess yes, sir, fox25 morning news. if you have to head out to work today, take it slow. the commute is starting to pick up, and so is the snow. fox25's michael henrich live along the mass pike in natick, and we have seen the dramatic change in your conditions michael since we first started
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>> the rain -- seems like a memory, just a faint memory at this point, gene because it has been snowing the last couple of hours at this point after that transition after my 4:00 report. we see a decent amount of accumulation already here getting on to be, gosh, a half inch or more right here on the grass. the roads -- that is the real concern here because the roads are accumulating more and more each time you and home see my face on your tv screen. and mass dot is responding. you may remember when we first came on, mass dot had just tweeted that number at tweeted that number at me that they had more man 11 they had more man 1100 pieces of equipment on the roadway. they just sent out an update in tense minutes that they have more than 1.00 pieces of equipment treating state roadways. nearly double -- i am rounding here. ing so some fuzzy math.
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they are keeping this snow event seriously. so do the commuters. i talked to a couple of minutes ago. >> do you start your day any earlier, start your commute earlier because you know the snow is coming. >> about 20 minutes, yeah, i -- you usually get out of the house by 5:45. but i got out of there a little early. >> reporter: if you haven't left the house yet, we will continue to be here showing you how things are on the pike before you head out the door. for now reporting live at the natick rest area off the mass pike, michael henrich, fox25 morning news. and from the air to the roads to the rails, we will be roads to the rails, we will be here for you all morning keeping you updated on how the storms are impacting your morning. significant delays and cancellations this morning. call your airline. and the team coverage, you can leave the house. use the fox25 weather app. school closings and delays updating on the app and the bottom of your screen all morning.
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with the full detailed forecast in just minutes. hillary clinton and bernie sanders went head to head last night for the last time before the new hampshire primary. and this weekend, the presidential hopefuls are making a final push to reach undecided voters. fox25's catherine parrotta is live inside the famed red arrow diner manchester, and you have been talking to people about how they feel about this election so far. >> yeah, the new hampshire primary just days away. per here at the red arrow diner and a lot of candidates have historically stopped by. no candidates and we are getting a lot of opinions. start over here with mike and brianna and quite a buzz leading up to the primary. what do you make of the whole thing? >> i think it is difficult to actually make a choice because you don't actually know if they mean what they say or they are standing behind what they are going to say. >> reporter: you said the hype is too much for you. >> yes, there is too much to choose from.
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just nonsense, so -- >>reporter: okay. they are undecided by the way. i wanted to go to this table. both gentlemen here named by rich. you both are vote you both are voting for the same candidate. who is the candidate. >> bernie sanders. >> reporter: you told me why you like him. why why have chosen him. >> he stands up for the middle class. he know what is we are going through. he is not into the big tax. he has been supported by all donors. no major companies or whatnot, banks. he will take care of us middle classers. >> reporter: rich, you were saying even though our bernie supporter, you actually met trump. >> i met him today, and -- >>reporter: still a bernie supporter over here. we will be talking to folks at the red arrow diner. a lot of opinions. people are talking about it over their breakfast. another report in while. catherine parrotta, fox25 morning news. republicans, last-minute
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for donald trump. the billionaire added an extra stop in new hampshire today. the republican plans to appear at the lions club in londonderry. last night he spoke to supporters in portsmouth. he took a shot at a member of the kennedy family. >> not use carolyn kennedy to talk about cars -- what the hell -- she is a very nice person. does not mean i want her negotiate negotiating with japan. >> president obama picked kennedy to be the u.s. ambassador to japan. trump said if elected he will use business people to negotiate trade deals with foreign leaders. you want to stay with us as we approach the primary on tuesday approach the primary on tuesday. sharman sacchetti anchoring our coverage from our new hampshire manchester. and we have got live specials and analysis tonight at 7:00, monday night at 7:00 as well, and primary night. keep it right here starting with our news at 5:00 all the way through 11:30. and also stream if live at and on the fox25 news app.
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state police discussing the rash of school bomb threats that have hit the state over the past few weeks. 20 cities and towns have received threats since the start of the year. threats came in as e-mails and automated phone calls. no one was hurt, and the fbi is investigating. trooper also talk about how they respond to these types of threats and give an update on the ongoing investigation. we will have it for you tonight on our news at 5:00. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. right now on the expressway, a 39-minute commute as you head from the braintree split up to the pike, and we just jumped up to 42 minutes. so that is an example of a how you are slowing down as the snow continues to fall. shiri. >> specific there is a reason school was cancelled today because the travel conditions are not going to be good, not at 8:00, not at noontime. poor travel conditions. by 3 p.m., things will be improving and light snow. by 6 p.m. done in most spots. an hour-by-hour look coming up next. we sent out an alert as
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boston schools cancels classes long before the first flakes
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sanders: i'm bernie sanders,
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welcome back at 6:45. a lot of deeper shading in the worcester area, the boston area, we are getting heavy snow. you will find the big fat snowflakes out there this morning. the rain, snow line over southeastern massachusetts. drag through marshfield and plymouth. i am still getting reports of heavy rain in plymouth, though carver and middleborough, it is likely a bit of a mix in those locations. also still rain up on portions of the north shore. your hour-by-hour timeline on today and the weekend forecast as team coverage continues in just minutes. well, we are approaching the final weekend before the new hampshire primary, and there is a lot happening that could change the mind of voters between now and tuesday. the professor and political
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from our primary headquarters. tom, what is up with last night's democratic debate. bernie sanders hits hillary clinton on ties to wreath. is he making inroads with that approach? >> i think it is certainly not hurting his candidacy, and she gave her strongest performance last night. on message and direct, and basically accused him of what she called an artful smear, basically questioning his character. so she decided last night that she haven't shown throughout the campaign. i think it might have benefited her you. >> gene: the latest polling show hillary gaining a little bit of ground but still a little behind bernie sanders. anything she can do to get something partly foggytive to come out of new hampshire? >> i think she is just trying to cut down on the margin here. if she can peel off some of those younger college-aged voters which i think are flocking to bernie sanders that will help the bottom line for her. >> gene: recent following that donald trump is well ahead of the field and everybody is play the field and everybody is
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but that is it still important, isn't it? >> oh, absolutely, because you can have basically a moral victory like marco rubio, he finished in third and seems like he won the iowa caucus. >> gene: if he comes in on the primary on tuesday. how does he springboard is second-place finish to gain more momentum moving forward. >> in terms -- the money will roll in and the establishment will gather around him. south of the mason dixon line like south carolina, that will benefit him. jeb bush, if he can finish in second place that would revive him a campaign and make him a player. he is not right now. >> gene: as our sharman sacchetti has been reporting massachusetts governor charlie baker will officially endorse chris christie. what will impact that have? >> minimal because new hampshire people are pretty independent. i think they could care less what happens or what politician in massachusetts supports a candidate for president.
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whalen joining us from our primary headquarters in manchester. and check in with you again a little bit later and the whole primary process. 6:47. over to julie grauert. >> yes, the roads, a big story this morning because of weather that we are dealing with. route 3 south of town right now remains light. so people are staying off the roads but if you are getting ready to head out, 128 past 24. 95 and work your way up 128 northbound starting to see volume increase there. expressway slow from furnace furnacebrook parkway up to right around morrissey boulevard with average speeds of 10 miles per hour. 12 minutes on route 3 from 228 to the braintree split. meteorologist shiri spear also tracking that incoming snoum. shiri, where do we stand is now shiri, where do we stand is now. >> well, we are getting some of the first actual snow reports this morning. official reports coming in from dedham of an inch of of snow. lineburg an inch.
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and hopkinton a quarter inch of snow on the ground and these will really be going up in the next couple of hours as we get that intense snow moving in 37 big snow flakes out there and cool their will win out the battle and will push that rain, snow line out across the cape. as this disturbance rides this front, it will actually bring heavier rain and snow into the picture as we go through late morning. i am thinking things start peak i am thinking things start peaking around 10 a.m. and you can see here as we look locally, we have some bands of heavy stuff in taunton back through areas like brockton. scituate, marshfield, plymouth, where it gets tricky. rain-snow line close by. plymouth getting heavy rain, wareham rain, the cape and islands rain. the timeline on that rain, snow line progressing. it sits so close to where it is right now by 8 a.m. closer to the cape cod canal. temperatures keep dropping, by 8 a.m. we have temps below frozeing in boston.
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better when it happens. through noontime, the moderate to heavy snow. it is a morning and a lunchtime thing. not going to be a blizzard at all times. in fact blizzard conditions not expected, but it is going to be a more intense snow. rain -- snowfall rates, rather of 1 to 2 inches not out of the question ending in worcester between 2 and 3. ending in boston ending around 3:00 and 4:00 and outer cape by 6 p.m. because of the cape, 4 to 6 inches. north shore, straight into central massachusetts with lesser amounts. let's get you over to sarah wroblewski right now because
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sticky snow, sarah . >> inches of snow. so it is going to be that kind where you compact when you look at temperatures right now. just above freezing. below in worcester. still in the 40s and that rain on the cape. shiri has been showing that you transition. now in boston i have to point out that wind is out of the north-northwest around 8 miles per hour. sure it is above freezing and feels like the 20s. if you were out there trying to remove some of that snow that will be heavy, bundle up and dress appropriately. temperatures will be pretty much steady through the low 30s as we see the snow continue through about the late afternoon in boston. and by the evening, you will notice those winds picking up out of the northwest. could gust as high as 35 miles per hour. that is going to drop the temperatures and create some really cold conditions, so any slush on the roadways falling back into the 20s and teens. very slippery continues to start your weekend. temperatures do warm up into the upper 30s to low 40s. so looking okay with high
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england could be tracking a few flurries as we head across northern new england. that seven-day forecast, it does feature barely quiet conditions with the weekend always in view. we will be watching two systems one in the great lakes. one to the south that could be passing us slowly as we head into early next week. something we will be watching with colder conditions to tomorrow. sara, over to you. we will be brought any changes with the storm all morning long and the mayor of boston joins us live to talk about the city's response to the severe thunderstorm morning.
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well, snow is falling around boston right now. >> sara: we are joined on the phone with mayor marty walsh, good morning, mayor. >>caller: how are you gene and sara. >> gene: doing well. >> sara: tell us what is on the road. >> we have 420 trucks on the road pretreating our roads and as rain turns to snow, we will be putting in place down at some point in the morning and get up to clean up the streets. and depending on -- you know, the forecast, it looks like it will be anywhere from 5 to 8 inches. it will be consistent for a
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they will be out there moving around so people be patient if you are driving and be careful if you are on the roads. >> you called school very early mr. mayor and other cities and towns followed suit. why the preemptive move. did you make an early call on that. >> yeah, a couple of years ago when -- before the big storm of last year, you know, we -- we closed school early a couple of times and people felt really good about it in the sense they are make to make arrangementswith their kids, get the adequate child care if they don't have it. in this storm here, we were plan -- weren't planning on calling school until yesterday afternoon when this storm took a turn from being a 1 to 3-inch storm to potentially 5 to 8 inch snow with the heavy snow right during commute. so we said rather be safe than sorry. >> sara: right now is a good time to remind people to clear the sidewalks and the snow really starts to fall. what are some of the other reminders that you want residents to know.
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people to help us shoveling -- shoveling our hydrants and crosswalks. be careful when you are shoveling the heavy snow. be careful and stop if there is chest pain or you are breathing and light headedness and getting sick, call 911. also, want to make hour you clear all the different areas around your house so that you don't -- you prevent carbon monoxide from happening. that means blocking up cents, dryer vents with snow. be careful when you are sitting in a car to eat it up. crack the window. don't be sitting in the car with carbon monoxide. clear catch bainess and any emergencies call 911. the biggest thing i can tell people. we have additional ambulances on in case we have a problem here. and check on that. >> gene: boston mayor marty walsh. appreciate it. thank you for spending time updating us.
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sarz sarz the snow is picking up steam as the snow increases. hundreds of schools closed. new at 7:00, see how the road conditions are changing at this hour and see how long the flurries will keep falling. >> shiri: sarah wroblewski and reon it this morning. the hour-by-hour forecast this boston. lower 30s. snow sticking around unti what would you do with five minutes to kill, and a smart phone? check the scores. probably post a pic. text a friend. how about register to vote? really? you can. five minutes online and a massachusetts drivers license is all it takes to register so you can vote for our next president. go to it's that easy. done. i just registered. that was easy. register today. there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision
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