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center, frostbite a concern for anybody heading outside. bitterly cold. >> the frostbite concerns will peak late saturday into early sunday. and for now, the problem is we have winds gusting 29 miles per hour in boston. 20 in lawrence. 25 in chatham. 32, nantucket. so that breeze on top of the cold that we have in place is making it feel like it is 8 below. boston up to beverly this morning. it feels like portsmouth, new hampshire, 15 below. fitchburg, 4. the wind chill in worcester waking up to 14 below. 9 below in plymouth. zero in marsh feel. 11 below in falmouth. it is cold. commuters anybody getting kids to leave house as well and this is the day you have to hunt down the mittens. not a day to leave off the mitt not a day to leave off the mittens or hat or any of that gear. 7 a.m. temperature i am going with 5 degrees. to keep in mind wind chills that are below zero until 8 or 9:00 this morning. by noontime, 19 degrees. sunshine, still nice and bright. this afternoon clouds will
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degrees around 3 p.m. and 7:00 this evening rolls around, clouds rolling in and we have the chance for some snow that really starts between 7 and 10 p.m. tonight and will go into the first half of the weekend. we will take a look at those totals and weekend wind chills coming up. julie, send it over to you for an early check of the roads. >> shiri, nice and quiet out there. if you are using the pike an easy ride from 495 past 128 into the allston/brighton tolls into the allston/brighton tolls. 93 south moving you long at a decent clip. a little bit of roadwork going on the zakim bridge. the flashing lights are, volume is so light that it is not problematic. live drive times. 24 minutes on the pike eastbound from 49 to mass avenue. 9 minutes on the expressway. 22 minutes on 128 from peabody to the weston tolls. and as shiri said, we are bracing for the coldest weather we had in about a year. we have video this morning of folks at faneuil hall. they are below freezing all
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problems to your home. local heating repairs company tell fox25 they have been very busy over the last couple of weeks. many home heating systems are not reliable once the companies hit zero. keep your heat at one steady temperature all weekend so things will keep running proper things will keep running properly. new this morning, a dangerous morning to start dangerous morning to start 2350eu9 a house fair. michael henrich from perry street in foren. the freezing temperature only added to the level of danger out there. >> reporter: it is still brutally cold out here, gene, as it has been throughout the entire night. thankfully we can report to that you the three people inside got out safely, a mother and her two adults sons. as you take a look at the smoke still coming out a part of this house here and a devastating damage to the home on perry street in norton, what you can't see that continues to pose that threat as you just mentioned. the frigid, frigid temperatures the frigid, frigid
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weather station in taunton put the wind chill at zero degrees before it started. we watched the last fire truck leave the scene around 4:00 when the wind chill was at negative 3. that is a long time to be out in this dangerous cold. let alone fighting a fire. the red cross was called out to help the family who lost their home, and the cause of the fire is under investigation. now another type of town department was called out here this scene. we will go into that in our next report coming up in 30 minutes. live in norton, michael henrich live in norton, michael henrich, fox25 morning news. we will be updating keep you safe throughout the weekend. make sure you download the fox25 weather app. the fox25 weather app is available on the apple store and on google play, it is free. grab it. shiri is back in a few minutes with details on the full forecast. happening today, a school bus driver accused of being drunk and causing a dangerous
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skyfox was over the scene in dudley just after a bus backed into a power pole. you can see electrical wires laying across the bus and those were live wires. middle and high school students were inside. police tell fox25 that the driver is could the porier of dudley and he has his eyes closed in that bugshot. he is charged with oui and child endangerment after the crash. we talked to one of the kids who rides his bus. >> i was completely angry and disgusted that my son was given to somebody who was intoxicated and placed him in danger. >> julie: on of the students on the bus were hurt. the accident caused 200 homes and businesses to lose power. national guard grid was able to restore service. a worker at a local shelter for homeless family homeless families is facing a salt charges for hitting a little boy. >> he hit me. >> julie: 4-year-old adrian is autistic living with his mother
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his mother said rafael prado saw her son hit another child and this punished him too violently. she showed the mark left on her son's body with his handled. prado is charged with assault. he will be in court next month. a local man is behind bars for hitting two banks and trying to rob a convenience store. police arrested him from metheun. he was wanted on numerous charges. police say he was seen in this video trying to rob a convenience store in metheun last week. minutes after, he robbed a bank in lawrence and he is accused of robbing a citizens bank at the stop and shop in chelmsford the stop and shop in chelmsford. searching for a gunman at a dunkin' donuts. it happened on the easton, stoughton line. one worker was beaten and another kicked several times. the gunman took cash and the dwell cell phones from that employee
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your primary is on the books. tensions are rising between the two democrats running for president two days after the decisive win of bernie sanders over hillary clinton. both candidates took aim against each other in a head to head debate. mary maloney show us some of the exchange. >> reporter: hillary clinton takes a page out of bernie sanders's playbook. >> we need to get unaccountable money out of our political system, and that we have to do much more to ensure that wall street never wreck main street again. >> reporter: but she tried to dent sander business portraying his plans on health care as unrealistic. >> that a prom nays cannot be kept. >> reporter: sanders made sure to check his rivals. >> secretary clinton, you are not in the white house yet. secretary clinton had secretary clinton has been going around the country saying that bernie sanders wants to
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care act. i worked my whole life to make sure health care is for everyone. we are not going to appeal anything. >> reporter: trying to turn to a new base, african-american, latino and women voters. >> i am running to president to break down all the barriers. >> reporter: to keep the young base with the debate performance while also courting the elderly vote. >> if elected president, doyle everything i can to expand social security benefits not just for seniors but disabled veterans as well. >> reporter: maim mary maloney reporting. republican donald trump will give up using foul language. the republican made the claim at campaign events. he repeated a comment that was shouted by an audience member with ted cruz. the nation's 43rd president
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brother former governor jeb bush at a rally in south carolina next week. yesterday, jeb bush called his brother the most popular republican alive. the younger bush finished behind the winners in the iowa caucus and new hampshire primaries. stick with fox25 for continuing coverage of all things election coverage of all things election. we will be following the latest developments as we approach super tuesday and election day in november. two signs of hope for a cease-fire in syria and remains work to be done. diplomats have not been able to organize a truce but have been able to implement a temporary cease-fire. delivery deliveries of humanitarian aid will be allowed to resume shortly. syria's civil war is five years old. a local woman badly burned in a fire in attleboro. the whom lived inside was pulled from the burning building by neighbors and now being treated at rhode island hospital. today, two new hampshire women will be from court facing
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an abandoned rental home in londonderry, new hampshire. the shitzu was found walking into walls and attempting to eat random small items. he was in terrible shape. jennifer marscadi ni turned heff is self in. this is what he looks like right now. much better. former boston mayor ray flynn suffered a concussion in a car crash. he passed out behind a wheel and woke up after his car crashed into a house. he let out a statement and said n it he said he would undergo more testing. no one was hurt. he was also the u.s. ambassador to the vatican. a cold day to review an outdoor exhibit in cambridge. the first free-standing public rest room is open today harvard square. and you may have to wait. there is no heat and the walls are open at the bottom and top.
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harvard square harvard square closed in 2012. with the freezing cold moving in police are looking for the missing calling for the missing dog. her name is storm. she disappeared from her home in lexington. her story has been shared 800 times. she has been seen several times around arlington but every time someone gets close to catching her, she runs off scared. if you see her, call animal control. we track traffic and weather every ten minutes. live drive times. we are seeing a lot of green which means an easy 9-minute commute from the braintree shiri? >> shiri: when you have wind chills 20 or below. you can get frostbite and it only takes ten minutes. that is the kind of cold. when it paeblings, when it is worst and when it is most dangerous next. and an astack caught on surveillance camera, but in the end, it will be the victim facing charges. coming up on the fox25 morning news, why people are applauding
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she created this picture of two girls kissing. the mural violates school policy and must be changed. >> it wasn't the fact it was two girls kissing but any students kissing in a high school context. >> there were a lot of staff complaining to my principal that it was two girls and made them feel uncomfortable. >> she wanted to start a conversation about school policy and will obey the school's request to fix the mural. boston bruins are in a six boston bruins are in a six-game road trip and they had to get out of town quickly after the 9-2 after the 9-2. and showed up way lot of pen their step. brad marchand gives boston the lead. david pachenek takes the pass, shoots, knocks in his own rebound. patrice bergeron the second of the night, 5-2 bruins.
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the jets. next game in minnesota. extreme weather for extreme action in fenway park. you may have seen the giant snow ramp towering over the ball park. last night crowds fill the stands to see it and that could put the good use with wind chills near zero. nailed high-flying stunts. the women's world cup winner and this action will continue tonight with the free skiing competition. nba season is now the all nba season is now the all-star break. a big possible change this weekend. espn said the owner also talk about adding corporate logos to team jerseys. it could take place in april and paid sponsorships in the fall of 2017. the nba would be the first of the big four sports leagues to allow ads on uniforms. happening today familiar fenway faces. wally the green monster and sam horn will visit three senior
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centers bringing rose today residents. all three world series trophies will go with them too. a pretty special valentine's day, julie. >> julie: good luck beating that with chocolates. no chance. a look at the traffic right now. continueds a light. it is before 5 a.m. and you are cruising. a little red on the map of the expressway. to me that says there are still road crews out there and that is slowing you down a little bit. otherwise 93 south route 1 looks good, zakim bridge and leverett connector. 14 minutes on route 1. 19 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. 43 minutes on 128 from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now, and shiri, you are warning people with dangerously cold temperatures today and the weekend. >> we want to get the word out as soon as possible. we want you to be prepared. here is the deal. i got a wind chill warning that is going to go into effect
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shading from boston to worcester. north shore, south shore, most in massachusetts, and that is the wind chills here on sunday morning. 20, up to 35 below sglshing ero. -- below zero. a little less certainly if we will make the criteria down across the cape and the south coast wind chills at 25 delow. the only reason southern new hampshire is not under that warning is a different notional weather service office. and i suspect that will you be under that day's warning and bitter cold on the way. even right now 8 degrees in boston with 13-mile-per-hour wind. feels like 8 below. sub-zero wind chills. feels like 14 below in worcester. here is the warm-up in boston. the warm-up, i am not sure how great this is. 8 by 6 a.m. 14 by 10 a.m. by noontime still at 19 degrees by noontime still at 19 degrees. we will manage to get into the
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board area with late increasing clouds and this is worcester. this is really where we are going to see the coldest pocket of air into the afternoon where worcester only gets up to 21. rutland, garner, same story. bellingham, 23. and the closer to boston the milder it will get in and around the boston area and quincy at 26. cambridge at 26 cambridge at 26. somerville at 25 degrees and pull those temperatures down. middle 20s. portsmouth 25 degrees and 24 in hyannis. clouds will roll in late tonight and result in a little bit of light snow as we head into your saturday, although it is just flurries in boston and foxborough and worcester, we do have a better potential of getting a little accumulation down across the cape and southeastern massachusetts. 17 in boston tomorrow. only 14 on sunday, guys. this is futurecast to walk you through it. increasing clouds during the day today. and it is not until 7 to 10:00 tonight, that we see the first
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as i mentioned a potential for flurries inland, but best bet for getting a period of snow will be plymouth southward, the cape, the islands, the new bedford area that will last us through tomorrow morning. even during the day tomorrow, a lot of lingering clouds around. the winds be increasing. we could from time to time see some flurries. possibly a snow squall, and i am thinking a little too dry for that and 2 p.m., you can see we are pushing out to sea some of those clouds, but in is when the winds really kick into gear. this is when the cold gets really, really bad into your sunday. sunday morning is when we sunday morning is when we get the worst of those temperatures the worst of those temperatures. a look but do not touch kind of day. stay inside as much as possible stay inside as much as possible. 1 to 3 inches of snow forecasted. overnight into the day tomorrow from preliminary nought new bedford down to the cape and islands. the rest of the area a patchy coating because of the flurries we get. talk about record low temperatures as we face that
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3 below your record in boston. 7 below in providence. 11 below in worcester. we will be attempting some of these record lows. 29 delow in concord, new hampshire. we are probably not going to break that one but you factor in the wind and the wind chill warning guys, feeling like 30 degrees below zero is really nothing to laugh at. a dangerous cold and you can get frostbite in a matter of 10 minutes. 22 today. 18 your high tomorrow. 14 for valentine's day on sunday. a blustery and bitter weekend. by monday increasing clouds. high at 28 degrees with light snow. we will have to watch for heavy snow possibly tuesday morning but transitioning to rain. 46 degrees. well above freezing so we do have a period of heavy rain on tuesday winding down though and snowflakes on early wednesday. back to you, guys. >> julie: shir, talk to you soon. a popular web site that
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those heavenly snow days. you put in your zip code and how pane snow days and will calculate how many days will be cancelled. it is pretty accurate and goes to mit. we will stick with the experts and the fox25 weather app. still to come, the voters are s are sending some home and some are living to sing another day. . >> julie: sultry tones. out favorites faired in the latest round of "american idol."
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fire b fire fighters in new jersey battling a huge warehouse fire. cold and strong winds have made it difficult to put this out. one fire fighter was injured. we don't know how serious. people near are being told to stay inside because of air quality issue approximates. no information what caused the fire. we will be following this for you. the fight between a woman and the man ha stole her purse is caught on camera. the man walking into a fast food restaurant in las vegas. there you go. he grabs the woman's purse and makes a run for it. she wasn't going to let him get away. she goes on the attack, throws him on the ground, the man gets away but without her purse.
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the suspect. production company behind the latest "star wars" movie is being investigated for an accident that injured one of the movie's biggest stars. harrison ford broke his leg when a hydraulic door hit him on the leg on the millennium falcon set. the production company can face charges for possible breaches of health and safety law. weston native and american idol contest saint sonica is still alive in the competition. [ music ] >> they move on to the final 14 after singing a beautiful performance adele's "skyfall." the field is getting a little
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at boston children's hospital. she mitt a 9-year-old. the. her mom reached out to her to make the meet and greet happen. one of the nation's most prestigious institutions have hired its first african-american president. wesley college says paula johnson will take over the job. she teaches at harvard medical school. johnson takes over july 1. animal control worked hard hammock. take a look at the video. animal control officers worked to cut the buck loose from the netting in belmont. animal officers say a good example of why you should take down your outdoor netting when you are not using it. >> julie: it is netting. not a hammock. >> when you are tangled in it it is netting. when you are wearing it. >> julie: a transition. >> gene: 4:56 on this friday morning. a terrifying ride hope for students on board a bus caught
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still ahead, what the driver is accused of doing that has got morning. the bitter cold is a big story this morning. a live look outside at the pike eastbound and westbound through brighton. fox25 has team coverage.
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now at 5:00, wind chills have dropped below zero for the mourning commute. but will only get worst. where it will feel like 30 below. the family lost their home in these bitter cold temperatures. new this morning, how conditions at the scene have made it tough to fight the fire. a terrifying ride a terrifying ride home for students on this bus. how it ended up draped in live wires and what police found when they talked to the bus driver that has him on the way to court this morning. complete new england coverage starts right now, this is the fox25 morning news. >> and good morning, everybody. 5:00 on this friday morning. it is february 12.
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i am gene lavanchy. >> sara: and i am sara underwood. we are waking up to below-zero temperatures this morning an only going to get worse throughout the weekend. we have team coverage to get you ready this morning. fox25's stephanie coueignoux is live in norwood and people prepare their homes. hen then standing by and caused issues fighting a fire overnight, and julie grauert, of course, is tracking those drive times in the bitter cold. >> gene: but first meteorologist shiri spear in the fox25 stormtracker weather center. dangerous cold that we are dealing with. >> a very real frostbite threat and that's why we talk about wind chills. actual temperature readings this morning, we have got single digits out there from 8 in boston to zero in worcester. 3 below in orange. 0 last hour and keeps getting colder. 6 in plymouth. my concern is temperatures don't bottom out until 6 offer 7:00 this morning and we are in the process of things getting colder and colder for the next couple of hours.


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