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amera runs on dunkin'. now at 6:00, snows a turned into freezing drizzle make into freezing drizzle making for a treacherous morning commute. how long the threat for ice will last in your town, and when the heavy rain and fog will move back in. heading out to work, leave early. slippery conditions. we saw several cars and trucks off the road. what conditions look like right now and the speed restrictions already in place. some residents of this bellingham apartment complex are out of their homes because of a burst pipe. why they are frustrated by more than just this incident. and we are following developing news in new hampshire where bad weather forced an international flight to make an emergency landing. the issue at customs that have them all waking up in hotels this morning far from home. complete new england
the fox25 morning news. >> now 6:00, good morning, everybody. thank you for spending time with us on this tuesday morning on the fox25 morning news, february 16. i am gene lavanchy. >> sara: i am sara underwood. as we have been telling you all morning, make sure you get out the door early. cars and sidewalks are iced over and the conditions on the road are so dangerous. >> gene: cancellations and delays on the bottom of your screen. public school in massachusetts closed because of february school vacation week, but this is what we are talking about, the box truck overturned in sharon sun with of many accidents. >> don't forget to put on your boots this morning, the streets and sidewalks are covered in slippery slush. this video this morning from boston. our team coverage continues this morning of this wintry mix this morning of this wintry mix. jessica reyes is live in middlesex county where police are warning drivers. catherine parrotta with residents who are out of their apartments in this morning because of burst pipes. michael henrich in new hampshire where bad weather forced an international flight diversion.
the conditions around the state the conditions around the state. >> gene: but first meteorologist shiri spear is in the weather center with new details if the weather is at its worse. >> the deal is a winter weather advisory until 9 a.m. until 9 a.m., a threat for icy spots out there, especially in lynn here. this is going to be along and west of 128 and 95. in fact the threat goes until 10 a.m. you will not see much in the way of rain and freezing rain kind of misty. boston at 35 just above freezing and 20s, bedford over to lawrence and fitchburg. nashua all in the 20s. worcester at 42 worcester at 42. i was looking at the local temperature report and auburn and a lot of surrounding communities at or below freezing. so please be very careful out there. through 8:00 in the morning, notice that we are going to have some patchy rain at times. fairly light and straight
afternoon it comes back and comes back fairly heavy here and this is also when we have got some pretty big wind and fog concern on top of the heavy rain. 46 to 54 means a big warm-up is coming your way. after a icy morning commute, we will look forward to those temperatures and keep in mind that we are going to have most of the day fog. we are going to have increasing wind. heavy downpours later today and i mentioned fog out there. worcester checking in worcester check in with quarter-mile visibility. plenty of issues for us to talk about here on the fox25 morning news until 10:00 this morning. get you over to julie grauert for live drive-time traffic. julie, you are keeping a close eye on the commuter rail. >> julie: speaking of issues delays on the commuter in the providence, stoughton and fitchburg lines and i have been retweeting all of those delays. between 10 and 20 minutes. waiting for this accident to clear on 495 southbound in the lowell area right near route 3. shifting down into town.
reasonably light. and these roads are you have to navigate. a live look at route 1 in saugus where volume is moderate at this point. live drive times. 14 minutes from route 1 to 128 to the tobin. 33 minutes on 495 to the leverett connector. 26 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass avenue. gene and sara, back to you. >> gene: while the temperatures are rising this morning, that is not helping the conditions on the road right now. >> sara: the back roads are still could have had in ice and the highways are so slippery. jessica reyes continues our team coverage from hopkinton where from his that area are tweeting and warning drivers this morning, jess. >> reporter: they are. near upton, just a couple of miles away. they tweeted around 3:00 this morning that even though it is raining here over night, they are expecting icy conditions for the morning commute. seeing a couple of accidents over the past couple of hours. as we have been telling you over and over again, they will take it very, very slowly and
time. and we are live on the side of west main street in hopkinton and take and taking a look at the road over here, you can see it is a bit wet and icy in some spots, and looking at that scene on the road there. the problem with this road is, obviously as you can probably tell. a main road, but it also comes over a big hill and you are expecting treacherous conditions and on this stretch of the road this morning. this is pretty much the norm all this see all over the state this morning as we are making our way here on route 1. conditions are a bit slushy and 495, conditions are a little bit more icy. boston very icy as well this morning. no matter where you are, you are going to be likely dealing with pretty treacherous -- treacherous conditions this morning. in this parking lot that we are in right now, you can see the ground is pretty much frozen solid, but snow and ice right here. again this is what you will be dealing with pretty much no matter where you are driving to work. again, the main thing is that to take it very, very slowly.
we will be back in a half hour with another look at what is happening here and what to expect as you get late near the morning commute. we are live here in hopkinton. i am jessica reyes, fox25 morning news. developing this morning, a travel nightmare for more than 150 people still not over this morning. their flight from the republican to new york was divert today manchester last night. this is breaking news in the fox25 news at 10 and 11:00. passengers sent us these pictures. delta flight 944 was supposed to land before 7 o'clock in new york city. but after circling jfk for hours, the plane was running low on fuel and sent no new hampshire. after landing passengers had to wait for two hours for custom agents to arrive at the airport airport. passengers spent the night at local hotels and flew to hotels local hotels and flew to stayed at hotel. we are updating the situation and will go there live for the latest update in 30 minutes. also this morning a burst pipe has forced dozens of people out of their apartments in bellingham and not the first time this has happened. fox25's catherine parrotta is
apartment complex in bellingham where frustrated residents are staying in local hotels this morning, and interesting catherine, because we did this exact story with these people one year ago. >> reporter: yeah, this happened almost a year to the day ago. this is the apartment complex that we are talking about behind me in bellingham. as i mentioned some residents are out of their apartment communities units. they haven't been given a time table according to residents when they might be able to head back into their apartments. but this is not the first time this has happened. look at these images. a half inch of water on the floor and another one water seeping through the ceiling. from about a year ago, and unfortunately for residents, it is deja vu, at least residents from nearly 50 units. that is what they are facing here the jefferson at bellingham apartments bellingham apartment in career as a sprinkler system broke and froze on the third floor and happened a year to the date when the same pipe broke last winter. last year residents were told the repairs could take six week
few nights in the motel telling residents then they could simply break their lease. >> things like this do happen and twice within a year, it is a little concerning. >> reporter: residents say they don't know how long they will be homelessthis time around, but they say it is frustrating given what they pay for rent. i did check out the web site for the apartment complex and describes the units as luxurious. some two-bedroom units are listed for rent over $2,000 a month. fox25 did reach out to management for this complex last night. we haven't heard back or gotten any response. we will try again this morning to see what their response is. and for now, live in bellingham and for now, live in bellingham, catherine parrotta, fox25 morning news. >> reporter: we will be tracking the rain and ice for you all morning long. delays and closings are running on the bottom of your screen. make sure to get the alerts on the new fox25 storm tracker weather app. you can get custom forecast for your neighborhood from meteorologists.
search fox25 weather. :08 opinion this morning funeral services will take place for a woman killed by a flying man hole cover on the expressway. she was killed friday when the metal cover hit the you wind metal cover hit the you windshield of her car. the 35-year-old was on her way to work as a art teacher in milton. after the crash, crews inspected every manhole. state police tell fox25 they are still investigating how that manhole cover got loose. this morning, the presidential candidates are splitting their focus on two states. the democrats are campaigning in nevada which holds the caucus on saturday. that same day republicans in south carolina will go to the polls. yesterday, former president george w. bush joined his dad jeb on the campaign trail in charleston. >> he will rise above the petty name-calling and once elected, he will not need a poll or a focus group to tell him how this think or what to do.
donald trump is threatening to sue fellow candidate ted cruz. trump said that he is not eligible to be president because he was born in canada. he said he will file the suit until cruz stops running attack ads that trump says are full of lies. and they plan to discuss the future of the supreme court after the death of supreme court justice antonin scalia. republicans want to block any nomination by president obama. democrats say the senate has a duty to vote. they believe that attorney general, who treat lynch is the most likely candidate to be appointed to the bench by the president. seth moulton will kick off a campaign. the iraq war veteran upset former congressman john tierney in the democratic primary in 2014 and then beat republican richard tisei in the republican election. last week, he roseed more than $1.4 million.
weather every ten minutes and right now looking at a 32 right now looking at a 32-minute commute on 93 southbound at 495 and andover to the zakim bridge. budget more times because of the challenging conditions on the road. . >> reporter: that's right, along 128, we are seeing rain and pockets of freezing rain. still slippery spots out there. mass pike, they are going to encounter mostly freezing rain. ice icy on 190 in central massachusetts down to the cape. just some showers. more of a drizzle. and i am going to walk you through that icy threat when it is done for good coming up next is done for good coming up next. >> it came just feet from his face, but the local convenience store owner refused to give up the cash. how a milk delivery may have helped save his life. if a pipe bursts in your house, the wait for help is a long one this morning. coming up, we are tagging along a local plumber who says there just isn't enough time in the day to fix everyone's plumbing
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i will time out today's warm-up i will time out today's warm-up. between. thousands of people are dealing with burst pipe and no heat this morning. all the business has local plumbers cram bling. daniel miller joins us with closer look at this busy season and what people can do to protect their homes. >> daniel: gene, it is not easy. thousands of dollars of damage in many people's home and the warmer the temperatures get, more problems for more people. one plumber working up to his claim working 25 hours a day, eight days a week and says it will only get busier. people who don't worry they have burst lines will find out when that ice thaws out and water starts running. it is amazing how fast a little bit of water can add up. >> 7 and a half gallons a minute and you have ten minutes minute and you have ten minutes, you have 75 gallons. >> daniel: some people have
been without water for 24 hours. one woman had to rely on a fire one woman had to rely on a fireplace for warmth for 30 hours. her furnace stopped working and her pipes burst. >> sit big the fireplace and the extra blankets, a couple of sweatshirts, and, you know, get up in the morning and sit by the fireplace again. >> reporter: plumbers say if you have to leave the house turn off the main water and keep an eye out on thing. if there is a leak, it can be fixed sooner rather than later. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 morning news. good tuesday morning, everyone. now 6:17. i am seeing on the commuter rail because of the equipment problems and now we have a cancelled train on the fitch cancelled train on the fitch burgburg line. another one on the lowell line. i have also been telling but delays on various lines as well delays on various lines as well, so check my twitter account on the latest what the commuter veil tweeting out. slow spot right now is on the expressway northbound from around furnacebrook parkway to morrissey boulevard.
clip, take it easy on the roads and allow quite a bit of extra time because visibility is still low and challenging in some spots east and westbound on the pike. live drive times. 29 minutes from 495 to mass avenue. 26 minutes on the freeway from the braintree split to the pike the braintree split to the pike. 26 minutes as well on 128 from route 1 in pea body to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. and shiri, ice and fog are two major concerns this morning. >> shiri: nose are biggest heavy showers. they are not god for good but good for morning commute. the result, icy road especially inland until 9:00 this morning. gusts up to 60 miles per hour along the coastline between 1 and 10:00 this afternoon and evening. and heavy rain and fog will end up peaking between 5 and 8 p.m. with the last blast of heavy rain on a cold front. you can see right now, current conditions, yes, we are warming up in worcester. a little deceiving. that 43 degrees. a lot of the burbs still close
boston at 35 degrees. take a quick look at boston there because most of the cloudy skies, we have a little bit of light fog in the city. 8 a.m. 39 degrees. 10 a.m., 48 degrees. clearly we are still warming up and will get further and further away from the icy concerns. still want to be careful in the boston area. you are just a little too close for freezing for comfort and heavy rain moving back in during the evening commute. like manchester, new hampshire, or i think we are actually take you to to lawrence here, 30 degrees. we are still freezing in this particular location. visibility down to one mile. the kind of fog that we are dealing with, at 8 a.m., we are still only at 35 degrees, and, again, close now have -- to the potential for icy spots still here in lawrence at 8 a.m. that's why the winter weather advisory is going to go until 9:00 this morning there, because at that point, we will see temperatures warm up nicely see temperatures warm up nicely. 9 a.m. we are talking temperatures mostly here in the upper 30s and lower 40s with patchy lighter showers from time to
same deal here at noon. not intense rain, but still going to be damp, still going to be foggy and mild with temperatures getting into the 50s this afternoon. we get another round of heavy rain. this will be on our cold front coming through during the evening commute. so between 5 and 8, you will see this blast on through. temperatures in the 50s. i am not worry i am not worried about ice. what i am worried about is going to be the downpours on the local roadways, also some heavy fog at the same time, and some of those damaging wind gusts coming through along with that. so all things considered, we have -- this morning because of the icy concerns this afternoon because of the wind, the rain and the fog. look how much rain is in the forecast today. anywhere from half an inch of rain over southeastern massachusetts all the way up to an inch and an inch and a half of rain the further north and west of boston you go. there. high temperatures today regardless, even if you are starting out in the 20s this morning. we will all bump you up into the 50s. mild around here later this
55 degrees. 53 in plymouth. 53 in beverly. 52 in worcester. 52 in keene. out there now. when you get the warm and accuweather on top of the snow, off -- and through the afternoon, and get out there now. temperatures tonight back to freezing. especially away from the coastline. so what is wet this evening will be icy by tomorrow morning will be icy by tomorrow morning, and make sure you throw down salt. and before you go to bed, because you don't want to slip and slide tomorrow morning. tomorrow, at least we get above freezing with highs in the middle 40s. a partly cloudy day. a little brighter on thursday with a high of 36 degrees. more 30s on friday with increasing clouds and just some sprinkles and flurries into your saturday. this weekend, going back into the upper 40s. back to you. all right, shiri, a story we have been covering for years we have been covering for years. new this morning, patients come
service is back on this morning for most comcast customers after a massive outage. thousands of people across the country and right here in massachusetts reported problems with their cable and internet service yesterday. comcast said they have repaired the issues and almost all services have been restored. so farther only calling it a temporary network interruption that was video related. and good news for doughnut lovers, krispy kreme doughnuts are
coming back to new england. krispy kreme said they are opening four stores in new hampshire and three in maine. the timeline is not specific but over the next few years. krispy kreme had seven stores in new england but closed a lot of them in early -- in the 2000s. some worry their return could spark a doughnut war of massachusetts-based dunkin' donuts. well, we know gas is cheap, but we never seen it this cheap but we never seen it this cheap. check this out. a glitch at gas station in
up for pennies a gallon having them say holy toledo! they dropped to $.19. and the guy across the state said we are going to $.17 a gallon. why can't that happen when we are driving past these. >> julie: doughnut war, a gas war. can't we all just get along. fill up. i like it. catching rare footage of an avalanche in california. check it
out. >> gene: whoa julie falling off yosemite mountain. the hiker wrote on facebook that he heard a loud booming noise and saw that avalanche. >> gene: and started to run. hopefully he got away. no avalanches in montana and that is a very good thing for patriots fans. here is why. quarterback tom brady standing on top of the mountain. the globe says he is at the exclusive yellowstone club on big sky. he is on double black dimd trails. if you don't know what that is,
most dangerous and challenging. only expert skiers could be on them. julie you and i would have no business being on the black diamond. patriots fans biting their nails and gnashing their teeth. tom brady going down the most dangerous trail he can julie does he have body parts joord. like j-lo has body parts insured. >> gene: a lot of the contracts have prohibit them from doing things dangerous, skydiving, motorcycle, that kind of stuff. but he is on the mountain. >> julie: he is okay. he made it down in one piece shiri, thankfully, and you may want to strap on skis -- one facebook fan said put skates because of the icy conditions. >> shiri: i wish i had skates coming in today. heavy rain come into play this afternoon. we will time out when next. waking up in new hampshire instead in new york after delay
a flat-out mess. the mass pike live where folks are moving along okay but you can see the fog that has barely thin out since we went on. the fog was an issue for us coming in. >> sara: the icy road was difficult. i saw accidents on the side of the road of people who probably spun out. >> shiri: slower is better. the advice from julie. a little fun fact. plymouth at 49 degrees. that was 55 degrees warmer than it was yesterday at this time. currently looking pretty dry here. dry and mild with near 50 dry and mild with near 50-degree reading in massachusetts. but you will find it misty and foggy. the roads are damp. boston jumping up to 43 degrees boston jumping up to 43 degrees. the last time we checked out out in the 40s. 33 in malden wayland, framingham, lowell, woburn. those are the spots that will be icy.
in worcester 43 degrees. auburn at 37. leominster, 26. s a burnham, -- ashburnham, 22. slowest spots to warm up. 7 a.m., average it out. a huge range in temperatures. i want to warn you, some of you will be at or below freezing at 7 a.m. which means we have slippery conditions and patchy rain. at 3 p.m., 52 degrees. winds start to pick up as we hit the evening commute, things get sloppy get sloppier from there. high wind warning gets into effect and i will show you exactly when expect damaging wind coming up in a few. get you over to julie with an update on an accident. >> this accident brand-new on a pike eastbound after route 9 in framingham. we have seen lots of accidents and you may see some as well on your commute. the spinouts have been a problem because of the condition of the roads. slowest spot i am find something the expressway as you
up to around columbia road. take you out to a live look. you see the pavement is wet, and the volume is starting to increase and becoming a little steadier. live drive times, 33 minutes on the mass pike. 34 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike. 495 to the leverett connector. as you get ready to head out the door. i would budget almost double the amount of time as usual to get to your destination on time get to your destination on time. back to you. gene gene-o as julie just said, slow going on the road. treacherous travel right now. >> sara: overnight snow and freezing rain making it difficult to drive. fox25 continues our team coverage from hopkinton where the conditions are so dangerous the conditions are so dangerous, jess, that local police are tweeting out warnings and alerts. >> reporter: they have been. several multiple police departments have been putting out warnings. putting warnings of accidents that we have seen, but mostly warning people to take it very,
right near hopkinton. west main street and which you can see a little better now that the sun is coming up. and you can see this this is obviously a main road here. a little slick, icy and wet in some spots, if you look further up, you see a little foggy as we heard julie talk about this morning. that is add to some of the hazardous conditions on the roads. new video. shot in the last hour in the parking lot you are seeing rye out in. you can see clouds rolling through as a mixture of snow and ice that have built up over the last couple of hours. has gotten pretty hard over the last couple of hours. this has been out here since 4, 5:00 this morning. this is ha that hard mixture of snow and ice that they are going through taking the time to plow this morning. and to take it slow on the commute and clean off your car because a hard mixture as i just said and you don't want that flying off your car as you drive and hit other commuters as you make your way in. we will be back with another
half an hour. live in hopkinton. jessica reyes, fox25 morning news. well, going to show you a little bit later what it looks like on the roadways with our driving kaming. >> that is exactly -- camera. >> that is exactly right. following news out of average in where a tropical vacation brought people to manchester. this delta flight was supposed to land at jfk airport, but bad weather forced the pilot to head north to new hampshire. this morning customs snafu mean that people are not on their way home this morning. michael henrich is live at the manchester airport with new pictures from passengers this morning. michael? >> reporter: sara, i was just tweeting back and forth from one of those passengers on the flight yesterday. she says she has no idea when she will be leaving manchester, boston regional airport. she is still in her hotel. she says delta says they will update her on her flight status update her on her flight status. what does that mean? she doesn't know. we don't know.
i have reached out to delta as well this morning. and i do want to show you some of those new pictures new to fox25 viewers from that passenger who i was just tweet passenger who i was just tweeting with within the past 30 minutes. here is how. if you look at those pictures they got to new hampshire. their plane from the dominican republic circled around new york's jfk for a while before they were diverted. then as you can see in the pictures taken by other passengers. stuck on the plane for around two hours. then had to walk through the snow to get to a secure terminal only to wait even longer for custom agents to drive from portland, maine. why? because the manchester airport wasn't equipped to handle such a large international flight. instead of landing in new york around 6:15, they got into manchester area hotels around midnight. >> just doesn't make sense to me that people don't think of the long term. we should have went to an international airport. we knew that the weather was bad, and said that will just
but that didn't happen. >> reporter: i just heard back within the ten minutes from a representivefrom manchester regional airport. they gave us permission to go inside and continue our live reports but directed us to delta for any moving information. i reached out to delta as soon as we get more information. i will bring that you update right here on fox25 morning live in manchester, new hampshire, michael henrich, fox25 news. 6:36. a local hotel has a big mess to clean up this morning. a broken water pipe flooded the basement of the crowne plaza. the hotel that sits over the mass pike in newton. 4 feet of water pooled in the electrical room forcing the hotel to cut power to 12 floors hotel to cut power to 12 floors. hundreds of people had to grab their belongings and move to other hotels. some told us on the scene last night that they had to climb down several floors in the dark. >> well, we were left for dead on the 9th floor, so i don't know. i think it was a little hectic. >> gene: no board when power
some local residents are tired living in a building that has no heat. inspectors searched this multifamily home in roxbury. the heating system was broken all weekend. the inspectors found several building unsafe. the violations include a lack of insulation on pipes, no smoke detectors and broken appliances. tenants tell us they are fed up up. to be made while we are residing here, but i do not have any plans on being here. i do not. i dealt with it enough. >> sara: the landlord said she is in compliance with codes and claims she has no knowledge of the maintenance issues inside of units. we will be tracking the rain and ice for you all morning long. get alerts on our new fox25 weather app. custom forecast for your neighborhood from our team of meteorologists. it is free to download. just search fox25 weather. a man driving for the sixth
scott p tex ro nearly killed two other people on valentine's day. nearly killed two people i should say. the crash happened along 220. the victims were high school sweethearts who were on a date when they were hit. >> i went to go look up because i heard the screeching of tires and all of a sudden, we flew forward. >> police say he also had another warrant out for his arrest and he did not have a valid driver's license. he reportedly told police that he been driving drunk without a license -- driving without a license for years and that he, quote, did not care. fox25 investigates recently found that nearly 29,000 drivers in massachusetts have at least three oui conviction pops see our full investigation into the state's worst offender goes to our web site at myfoxboston.com and click on fox25 investigates under fox25 investigates under the news tab. happening today, the man charged in the death of the little girl once known as baby doe will be back in court.
with the first-degree murder of bella bond. the boyfriend of the little girl's moth era she wille bond. she is charged with being -- rachele bond. she is charged with being an accessory after the fact. this morning, two more patients have come forward accusing a local fertility doctor of sexual abuse. dr. roger ian hardy has been facing accusations since 2012 that he would assault women when they were under anesthesia for medical procedures. a woman in marlborough has been suing a doctor for assaulting her in 2013. a second woman claims at that similar assault happened in 2012 during an ultrasound which she was awake for. both women are also suing for fertility centers of new england saying he knew about his history.abuse. hardy gave up his license in 20 hardy gave up his license in 2014. new this morning, a malden police captain says a city official have blocked investigations into crimes with
the globe reported that the captain filed a whistle blower lawsuit. the suit claims that it involved the alleged sexual assault of a 6-year-old girl at the malden ymca and theft of city funds. the captain claims he was removed as head of the city's detective unit when he refused to drop the investigation. so far no comment from the city. a shrewsbury fire fighter accused of inappropriately touching a teenaged baby sitter is due in court. he is accused of coming home late one night inaround getting into bed with the children's babysitter while she was sleeping. she told police it wasn't the first time. vodawic h teaches fire education in local schools. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes, and still seeing some delays on various trains on the commuter rail, fitchburg, providence and stoughton live trains. a look at your live drive times in just a few minutes. winds gusting around 20 miles per hour.
those winds coming from the south do help warm us up and will end up doing damage this afternoon. winds peeking around -- peaking around 6 p.m. wind gusts 50 to 60 miles per hour. how this lines up with the heaviest rain next. 6:41. athletes get injured all the time but never like this. the freak accident on the basketball courts that also killed new england's energy comes from a pool of energy producers. eversource buys it at a set market price and delivers it to you. but that pool is shrinking, causing energy supply rates to go up and down. so we're working with partners across the region to increase our natural gas supply and bring in affordable, clean hydropower from canada. we're leading the way toward the solution...
meteorologist shiri spear here at 6:44 this tuesday morning. although we did have some freezing rain and rain passed through overnight, most of what we are seeing now is just going to be fog and no heavy showers out there. beware. we have plenty of icy spots that remain. lots of concerns on the roads. we will continue to break that down coming up in just a few. sara? >> sarah: all right, -- >> sara: all right, shiri. a rhode island car dealership will try force prosecutors to release a suv
aaron hernandez. the toyota 4-runner was impound the toyota 4-runner was impounded when hernandez was charged in the murder of odin lloyd. prosecutors say the suv was use prosecutors say the suv was used in a double murder in boston where hernandez is about to stand trial. fox toyota in east providence claims it needs the car back to complete the sale of the business. a boston judge will hold a hearing on the matter this afternoon. norwood police are looking for help to try to fine out whoever it was that held up a small family business. this is surveillance video from a convenience store on morton street. a store owner said that the suspect fought back with a milk crate. the man owned that store for 13 years and tells us he was not about to make someone take his hard-earned money. >> i was really mad that somebody wanted money without working. >> the guy was wearing all black and a mask. police are hoping someone can help them find them. a group of thieves make off with thousands of dollars in underwear. natick police released this surveillance video from a store
a man filling a pag with underwear pass it off to a woman who leaves with it. another woman walks in and repets the process. $600,000 worth of underwear was stoes en and they believe they may be part of a larger ring. one of the oldest new england unsolved cases. 30 years ago, 15 years ago, tracy gilpen went out to buy cigarettes and she never came home. >> a nearby neighbor heard what she thought was screaming, car home. 21 days later tracy's body was found in the state forest in plymouth. decades later, her family killer. tonight new england's unsolved bob ward talks with her family about the new push to crack the case and guess closure tonight on the fox25 news at 10. 6:46. an an tentative mail carrier saipd a man's life noticing something different at his home
he he normally sees richard baker. this month he didn't and he noticed that his mail was piling up. >> we notice things and things don't seem right -- i am not the first guy who have done it. plenty of mailmen who saved >> reporter: the fire department says baker suffered a medical issue and collapsed on the floor at south shore hospital. good tuesday morning. it is now 6:48. i want to remind that you we have a speed restriction on the the weston area because of the conditions out there. down to 40 miles per hour. new accident. this is on 495 northbound right before route 119 in the littleton area. we have seen a lot of accidents on 495 which is an example of how slippery and wet it is out there especially in this area. pike a little slow from framingham through natick and start to approach the weston tolls. visibility in this shot is better than we have seen but
roads are slick and slippery out there this morning. live drive times. 19 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 47 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. 40 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass ave. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. and shiri, because of that snow that fell yesterday, and then what came after it that is leading to those tough >> absolutely. ice on some roadways, slush on others. it is just make it is just making for this incredibly sloppy drive into work. dangerous drive into work for many spots. drive in new hampshire took the cake with 3 inches. north reading, metheun, chelsea north reading, metheun, chelsea, all with one or two inches of snow. now all this warm air working its way into the area. that is bumping up these morning temperatures, and that will help eat away at the icy threat as we travel through the morning commute. it is going to be last to get down to the ground in spots like the merrimack valley. those are some of the spots that will stay ice
in boston right now though, we are currently above freezing and will go up to 42 degrees by 8 a.m. we have got this great warm-up into the lower 50s this afternoon. but we have to bring back some heavier downpours with those warming temperatures later today. we are going to get some knicker following. we are gallon we are -- thicker fog. we are going to get wind as well and we will not get to enjoy these warmer temperatures enjoy these warmer temperatures. no threat of icy concern down across plymouth. with patchy lighter showers this morning, it turns much heavier this afternoon taking you up to the north shore. in ipswich temperatures only 39 degrees at 8 a.m. some towns and cities close to ipswich going to be pretty close to freezing by 8:00 this morning especially the further north and west you go. the further inland you are. by 10 a.m. 47 degrees and highs in the 50s there as well with that heavier afternoon rain and finally nashua, new hampshire. where temperatures are very close to freezing at 8 a.m.
with that threat of icing. and who doesn't see that hour by hour warm-up and a couple of spots like bedford at 34. lawrence at 35. nashua and fitchburg at 33. nashua and fitchburg at 33. even keene at 39. a little too close for comfort and close to freezing. that is why that winter weather advisory isn't over until we hit the late morning. by noontime, upper 40s to lower 50s. this comes with just a little patchy rain, a little bit of drizzle through the morning. we are going to have from time to time fog really throughout the day, but the fog will end up getting thicker as the band of heavy rain during the evening commute. this is 5 p.m. and i want to fast forward until 8 p.m. the time table for the heavyy rain. the worst of the fog and winds gust 50 to 60 miles per hour. we could end up with wind damage and downed tree limbs and scattered power outages because of the result. temperatures today even if you are starting the 20s.
we will see an incredibly mild day. the mild temperature will be a recipe for the thicker fog. temperatures tonight, back to freezing inland. anything that is wet here as those freezing temperatures roll on in will ice over tonight. you got to watch out for black ice on the roadway tomorrow morning, but luckily temperatures do work their way back into the middle 40s. the icy concerns won't linger. partly sunny wednesday, thursday even friday. not until friday night light snow come snow coming into play and sprms and flurries saturday, but over the weekend, highs in the upper 40s. back to you, sara. >> sara: all right, taylor swift rocking the grammys with a new hair-do. . >> sara: she also walked away a major award. we will run throughout rest of the big winners plus a surprise performance that everyone is talking about. and snow and freezing rain has developed into heavy fog.
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taylor swift opens the 58th grammy awards in los angeles last night. she was just beautiful. she walked away with a triple winner. the first woman to win album of the year a second time. bruno mars won record of theier for "uptown funk." rapper kendrick lamar won five awards and a girl from nantucket, meghan trainor won best new artist and accepted it tearfully. >> mom and dad, for always believing in me and for making me an artist. i am a mess. i have to go cry. thank you to the grammys. >> sara: she is the sweetest. the man crying in the audience was trainer's dad right here and in addition to all of the acceptance speeches, last night was a -- was full of tributes. to major tom . >> gene: lady gaga took the role of david bowie playing homage. her six-minute performance went
periods of bowie's hits and earned her a standing lowo he vation. >> sara: a great night. adele was criticized for sounding flat. she blamed it on a piano. i am sure she was perfect. >> gene: i tweeted a picture of meghan trainor when she was back us on the fox25 morning news. >> sara: her family must be proud. >> gene: forced have their homes twice in one year. local residents flooded but by another broken pipe and a certain situation they now face for a second straight winner. look at these -- these differences in temperatures. i almost want to play, can you find the warm front. we have 43 in boston. 45 in worcester. 25 in nashua. i will time out today's warm-up next. and up next, sharing information in the hunt for a local man. the famous boston business