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45 in worcester and 28 in fitchburg, 27 in temple, new hampshire. so we are going to see a dramatic jump in temperatures in those cool locations as we travel through the rest of the morning hours which means we got icing until late-morning by lunchtime, it is all going to be in the form of plain rain, heavier rain this afternoon with highs getting 46 to 54 . let's get you over to julie grauert with live drive time traffic this morning because ice and fog out there, julie, we are going to have to watch out for
>> julie: accident on 128 southbound right now, lynnfield near walnut street and shifting south slow spot on the braintree split up through neponset and up to columbia road. live look at the pike through brighton where visibility still a halt eng, see the fog is lingering and making it tough, also a speed restriction in place of 40 miles per hour. here are live drive times, 19 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 48 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. 32 minutes on 128 from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. gene and sara, back to you. >> gene: temperature are rising this morning and that's not helping the road conditions. >> sara: that's right. the back roads are covered in ice and the highways are so slippery. fox25 jessica reyes has been watching conditions all morning from hopkinton, local and state police even tweeted, jess, drivers should be very careful. >> jessica: they have been, sara, over the past couple of hours, and conditions were a lot worse earlier this morning.
accidents and things like that, as roads were freezing up. but so far this morning so good here on west main street in hopkinton. you could see gotten a bit busier than since last time we saw you guys. this is a busy road and certainly bit icy and wet here in west main street, but so far we haven't seen anything too too bad and past signs of 495, it is looking a bit foggy here this morning, so that's another hazard we are this morning as hearing shiri and julie satellite picture over the past couple of hours. right new we are here at parking lot off of west main street in hopkinton. take a look over here, you can see plows have been at it pretty much all morning long trying to clear out the mix of snow and ice built up on the ground here this morning. take look over here, it is a pretty hard mixer of snow and ice here this morning, so want to keep that in mind as you head out this morning, but as we have been telling you over the past couple of hours, the key here is going to take it very, very
extra time for the morning commute as you head in this morning. we will be back in just 30 minutes with another look what you can expect. live in hopkinton, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: developing this morning a travel nightmare for 150 people still not over. their flight from the dominican republic to new york city diverted to manchester last night and we have learned they are on 11:00 a.m. flight back to new york. passengers sent us these pictures last night. delta flight 954 was supposed to land before 7:00 p.m. but after circling jfk for hours the plane was low on fuel so it was sent to new hampshire. after landing passengers had to wait more than two hours for customs agent to arrive at the airport and passenger spent the night at local hotels. we are with them at the airport and we will have a live report coming up in 30 minutes. >> sara: also this morning a burst pipe forced dozens of people out of their apartments in bellingham. this isn't the first time this has happened. fox25 catherine parrotta live outside the jefferson complex in
residents are paying rent for apartments they can't live in, catherine. >> catherine: yeah, in fact, i looked at the website for this apartment complex a little bit earlier this morning, and describes the units as being luxurious. i also looked at the rent. it seems to range anywhere upwards $1,500 a month to one bedroom to over $2,000 a month for two bedroom, at least the units i saw that were available. as i mentioned, residents here out of their units, and they say it is not the first time this has happened. >> you know, i get that things like this do happen, but twice within a year, you know, that's a little concerning. >> catherine: john lives here at jefferson bellingham apartment complex, but today he is forced to stay somewhere else. >> i walked up to my apartment and there's just water everywhere. >> >> catherine: water result of frozen sprinkler sending residents nearly 50 units out of their home and happened almost a year to the day since the same pipe broke last winter. >> same exact issue as it was last year, and i was hoping that
issue, but here we are today. >> in my kitchen it was all water. >> catherine: fox25 was here a year ago when residents told us they were displaced for nearly six weeks while the apartments were fixed. they told us management only paid for a few nights in a hotel telling residents they could simply break their lease. residents say they don't know how long they might be out of the homes this time around, but as the water seeps in, the frustrations are mounting. >> i'm hoping they help us out this time around, perhaps a little more than they did last time. >> catherine: fox25 reached out to the management company for this apartment complex last night. we weren't able to get response from them and reached out to them again this morning with e-mail, so international let you know when we hear back from them for now live in bellingham, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: we will be tracking rain and ice for you all morning delays and closings are run think at the bottom of the screen. make sure you get the alert at fox25 stormtracker weather app and get custom forecast from our
it is free to download. just search fox25 weather. >> gene: this morning funeral services will take place for the woman killed by a flying manhole cover on the expressway. caitlin clavette was killed friday when metal cover hit the windshield of her car. 35-year-old was on her way to work as art teacher in milton. after the crash crews inspected every manhole cover along the expressway. state police tell fox25 they are still investigating how the manhole cover got loose. >> sara: police are chasing new leads this morning to seven for man from harvard, massachusetts that disappeared in boston. we have within following the seven for '02-year-old zachary marr for two days now. he was celebrating his birthday in boston when he went missing saturday morning. his friends say he stepped out for a cigarette at bell in hand tavern at faneuil hall. all day yesterday his loved ones canvassed boston with a flier. >> our whole family is just so sad right now.
accept what's going on. >> sara: boston police released these images of zach in the area around the time of the disappearance. the bell in hand tavern also says they have shared their video with zach's family. >> gene: overnight agreement could begin to push gas prices higher. russia says it has a deal to freeze crude oil. saudi arabia cutter and venezuela are also on board. however, the agreement will only happen if other oil producers agree. that includes iran, which was just recently allowed to resume selling oil on the international market. 19 months ago oil cost over $100 a barrel. it is now under $30. >> sara: this morning the presidential candidates are spreading focus on two states. the democrats are campaigning in nevada which holds a caucus on saturday. that same day republicans in south carolina will go to the polls. yesterday former president george w. bush joined his brother jeb on the exhale train in charleston. >> he will rise above the
elected he will not need a poll or focus group to tell him how to think or what to do. >> sara: one other note, donald trump is threatening to sue fellow republican ted cruz. trump claims texas senator is not eligible to be president because he was born in canada. the billionaire says he will file the suit unless cruz stops running attack ads which trump claims are full of lies. sara: the candidates continue to debate the future of the supreme court just days after the death of justice antonin scalia. right now most of the republican candidates want the senate to block any nominee submitted by president obama. democrats say the senate has a duty to vote. this morning court watchers now believe attorney general loretta lynch may be the most likely candidate to be appointed to the bench by the president. >> gene: happening today massachusetts congressman seth moulton will kick off re-election campaign. he will announce bid for second
the iraq war veteran upset congressman jonathan tetreault in the democratic primary in 2014 and beat richard tisei in the general election. last year moulton raised $1.4 million. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. looking at 19 minute commute on expressway northbound as we head columbia road. one of the challenges on the roads this morning is the fog. >> shiri: fog and ice are two morning. i want to break down the real foggy spots. notice we have light fog right now over southeastern massachusetts and look at visibility, bedford, lawrence, portsmouth, new hampshire, quarter mile 60 means dense fog, fog continues in fitchburg, nashua, keene, orange, those are also some of my icier spots. i will tell you what time visibility as well as the ice improves next. >> sara: the knife came feet from his face but local convenience store owner refused to give up the cash.
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most the heavy rain but we are left with fog and drizzle and icy spots out there this morning showing improvements but still yet to see the icy threat expire i will time out today's warm-up in couple of minutes and take it easy on the roads. >> gene: burst pipes an issue and have local plumbers scrambling and daniel miller joins us with closer look at busy season for them and what people can do to protect own homes. >> daniel: dealing with thousands of dollars in damage. great news for them but warmer temperatures today will only mean more problems. one local plumber tells fox25 he is living up to his claim working 25 hours a day eight days a week and it will only get busier as temps continue to climb and pipes thaw out.
have burst lines will find out when that ice thaws and water starts running. fox25 went along with plum or job to fix a leaking pipe. he told us these issues can happen to anyone. >> it is happening everywhere. eatiest way of putting it mother nature she is very tough, she doesn't discriminate. >> daniel: priority were no heat calls. as for burst pipes, it is amazing how a little bit of water can actually add up and some people have been out of heat and water for 24 hours now. look at one grandmother in duxbury that couldn't wash dishes because of no water and had to rely on fireplace to stay warm for 30 hours. if you have to leave the house, turn off the main water and keep an eye on things so if there's a
if you can, insulate or wrap your pipes to keep them warm. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: tense moments on cell phone video. this is story we have been following since the weekend. family was on board when baby girl got stuck. it was supposed to be a nine minute ride to summit of cannon mountain but turned into 3-hour ordeal on one of the coldest days of the year. they were suspended 40 feet up for more than a hour and down in harness one-by-one. it was tricky getting the baby down. >> in the back of the head, please don't break, please don't break, seeing them hit the ground when they got there and got out. >> sara: the family was so
by the ski resort staff and first responders, the tram is still closed. >> gene: 14-year-old recovering from freak accident on basketball court. look at video. girl went flying and slid across the floor. piece of floorboard came loose and impaled her. it was three to four inches long and went in a couple inches. luckily none of the major organs hit by the piece of wood and she is doing all right this morning. that is freaky and scary as it gets, julie. >> julie: oh my gosh. never want to step on gym floor again. good morning, everyone. let's get out to the roads, though, and seeing a lot of issues north of the pike especially. taking closer look route 3 problematic right now, we have an accident near treble cove road in billerica, southbound lane, and several other on the side roads leading up to route 3 also have new accident on 495. this is northbound two lanes are
union street. shifting south a little bit 128 southbound we have an accident after walnut street and highlighted a few other accidents on the side roads and neighborhoods that haven't been treated quite yet, and slippery conditions linger. over to live drive time, 21 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 15 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector, 32 minutes on 128 from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and icy conditions something you have been watching very closely all morning today. >> shiri: icy threats continue towns inland and live look in boston right now, kind of like to see a little hint of sunshine off the buildings there because means the clouds are thinning out, warm-up continues. this afternoon between one and 10:00 p.m. we have 60 miles per hour gust spots along the coastline, stronger winds, heaviest rain and fog expected five to 8:00 p.m. so we got kind of both ends of
right now with icy spots that remain this afternoon getting you home with the wind, rain, fog, 43 in boston the time being under mostly cloudy skies, couple thin spots in the clouds, visibility a-okay in boston, guys. most of the problems are going to be far to the north and still got the cooler temperatures. check this out. i got the heavier steadier rain coming back into play this afternoon, along with temperatures getting well into the 50s in boston. somewhere like fitchburg at only 26 right now. slower warm-up for you guys. more clouds around as you wake up this morning and threat for icy conditions straight through 9:00 a.m. where the temperatures only at about 31 that's and big jump as the warm front comes through and see even matter of hour could easily ending up 10 and does carry us and 9:00 a.m. reaching worcester, boston, still got bedford, lawrence,
freezing which is why we still got the winter weather advisory in effect until nine or 10:00 this morning, lasts a little longer the further north you go and temperaturewise 40s to 50s and hang tight to the 50s this afternoon and very mild in here, in comes the next batch of heavier steadier rain in time for the evening commute and this one will pack a punch with strong gusty possibly damaging wind here and those winds gusting strongest along the clean, 50 to 60 miles per hour and don't be surprised of existing snow pack and expected rainfall will be on the order of about an inch of rain expected, all going to depend where we get the heavier downpours, that's why we could get a little bit more, a little bit to the north and west, a little bit west in southeastern massachusetts and either way heavy rain and temperatures in the 50s. too bad you will not be able to enjoy them when the second batch of rain comes in. i'm thinking late-morning and
assaulted by popular fertility >> sara: service is on for most comcast after a massive outage. here in massachusetts they reported problems with cable and internet service yesterday. comcast says they repaired the issues and almost all services have been restored. so far they are only calling it a temporary network interruption that was video related. sara: jetblue warning customers not to be duped.
and if you look closely it is not the real jetblue page. new real promotions will be with verified facebook page. jetblue asked customers report anything suspicious and avoid sharing the posts wealth friends. sara: krispy kreme doughnuts coming back to new england. they are opening four stores in new hampshire and three in maine the timeline isn't specific but company officials say it is over the next few years. krispy kreme had seven stores in new england but closed them in early 2000's. the store let's people know when the doughnuts are fresh when a sign glows in the window. we all love that sign but no words. >> gene: in toledo they let drivers fill up for 19 cents a gallon.
dropped his prices to 17 cents a gallon. customers couldn't believe it. only gave $5 got to get change. >> gene: driving along and see gas war going on between competing stations? i would interrupt whatever errand i was doing. >> sara: it was all about the base at last night's grammy's. >> gene: ice will be the biggest weather threat and seeing fewer and fewer towns impacted. take it easy between the ice and fog and tell you when heavy rain and wind come back into the
you all morning long. >> gene: saw sun in the shot. >> shiri: boston 40s, sun to the north, like ice and clouds and fog and that's new england for us. >> shiri: total turn around and get to it, we have so much on tap right now for 49 in plymouth to 52 in marshfield, 53 in taunton and enjoy the little bit of sunshine and if any 42 in natick and then you go over the mass pike and look at the temperature drop, waltham 32, framingham 28, lowell 26, boxford 30, pelham, new hampshire 25 and that's because we got the warm front up to about the mass pike as soon as it pushes northward see t respond and that's what we have going on to the rest of the morning commute. barre jumping up to 40, 44 in shrewsbury but still in the
to nashua, new hampshire, right now 41 in boston but just remember if you're coming in and out of the city for the north, that's where we have the icy concerns continuing this morning straight through about nine or 10:00 a.m. by noon time 50 , a little bit of drizzle out there under mostly cloudy skies and over there the next batch of heavy steady rain will come through during the evening commute with downpours and wind and fog and getting pretty sloppy around here, and high, wind warning going into effect at 1:00 this afternoon and show what you time i expect the wind damage threat to peak coming up in just minutes. now over to julie grauert with live drive time traffic this morning. julie, you got a pretty busy looking map over there. >> julie: yes, i do, collection of accidents that i'm watching, but zoom into the most troublesome areas and most highly traveled areas to the commute. route 3 southbound an accident before billerica road, another accident at treble cove road in billerica.
blocked right after 228 union street. as we shift south slow 93 south woburn and into somerville, waiting for the accident to clear on 95 southbound, two lanes blocked at route 1. over to live look at route 1 through saugus, volume actually relatively light for this time of the commute, but if you look closely, you could see some of the sloppy -- sloppy conditions still on the roads. over to live drive times, 22 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin and 54 minutes 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. 45 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. gene and sara, back to you. >> sara: we continue to follow developing situation out of new hampshire where bad weather forced flight full of passengers to land in manchester. >> gene: here is what happened, delta flight was scheduled to land at jfk airport but was diverted north and accustom snafue kept the passengers on the tarmac for
to new york in just a few hours. >> michael: representative called back within the last hour saying yes, all of those passengers have been rebooked on 11:00 a.m. flight leaving manchester boston regional airport here set to arrive at jfk at about 11:50. one of the passengers woke up in a hotel here in manchester and has been tweeting back and forth at me, sending these pictures of what happened last night. as you just mentioned, gene, new york bound flight from the dominican republic got diverted to new hampshire, but yes, then they were stuck on board for around two hours, then they had to deplane through the snow and wait for custom official to drive from portland, maine. another passenger spoke with fox25 while stuck on that plane. >> a lot of people on flight that was aggravated, especially with young children.
make a bottle for a baby. >> michael: delta tells me they didn't take off last night because there are legal restrictions how long the crew can work at the time and fly at the time, so legally they needed full night sleep before taking off today. new this hour, delta says those passengers will take off at 11 from here in manchester arriving at new york's jfk at about 11:50 that's roughly more than 17 hours after originally scheduled live in manchester, new hampshire, i'm michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: and as julie has been telling us all morning long, it is slow going on the roads today as you can see from the driving camera, conditions are very slick out there. this is a live look from the mass pike inbound at this hour to the conditions deteriorating further west that you go. fox25 jessica reyes continues our team coverage from hopkinton and you have seen the plows and sanders out before sunrise, jess.
they have been all over the place this morning from 495 to route 1 to the parking lot that we are in right now here in hopkinton, and in the last 30 minutes we have talked to a couple people here, and they say the main roads like this one here on west main street in hopkinton, they are actually looking okay this morning, but it is the side roads and exit that are creating real problems for people this morning. this is west main street right here. you can see it is a pretty busy road, it is a bit wet right now, but the ice just seemed to have melted at this point, so people are making their way to work out on this road at least at a pretty good clip, but taking look at video now. we took this right around 6:00 this morning, plows going through this parking lot trying to clear out some of the ice that forms overnight and this area we know it is raining and ice and snow did freeze up, so that could create problems earlier this morning. back out here live, some of the icy crust that has melted down
some of the side roads will be seeing this morning and still dealing with cars being frozen over and such and guy leaving work and car only been outside six hours and frozen over at quarter inch of ice and how he is getting out here this morning and live in hopkinton, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: broken water pipe flooded basement of crown plaza which sits in mass pike in newton. about 4 feet in water in electric room forcing power to 12 floors and hundreds of people had to grab belongings and move to other hotels. some told us on the scene last night they had to climb county. down several floors in the dark. >> left for dead on the ninth floor, so i don't know, i think it was a little hectic. >> gene: no word at this point when power will be restored to
>> sara: local residents are tired living in building with no heat. inspectors were there after it broke all weekend and found several violations and declared the building unsafe. the violations include a lack of sinceilation on pipe, no smoke detectors and broken appliances. tenants tell us they are fed up. >> repairs need to be made while residing here but i do not have any plans on being here. i do not. >> sara: landlord is in compliance with city code and no knowledge of the units. we will be tracking rain and ice all morning long and make sure you get the alert on fox25 stormtracker weather app and custom app for the neighborhood and meteorologist and free to download.
>> gene: police say scott patro nearly killed two people. crashed andat route 20 and state trooper was nearby and caught up a short time later. victims were high school sweethearts who were on a date when they were hit. >> i went to look up because i heard the screeching of the tires and all of a sudden we flew forward. >> gene: there was another warrant out for his arrest and did not have a valid driver's license. he reportedly told police he driven without a license for years and didn't care. fox25 investigates recently found 29,000 drivers in massachusetts have at least three oui convictions and full investigation into the state's worst offender. go to the website at myfoxboston.com and click on fox25 investigates under the news tab. >> sara: michael mccarthy
bella bond. he is the girlfriend of rachelle bond. rachelle charged with being accessory after the fact. bella bond's body washed up on a shore and went unidentified several months. >> sara: doctor charged with assaulting under anesthesia. globe reports a woman in marlboro suing the doctor for assaulting her in 2013. a second woman says a similar assault happened to her in 2012 during an ultrasound which she was awake for. both women are also suing fertility centers of new england saying they knew about its history of abuse. hardy, by the way, gave up his license in 2014. >> gene: 7:39, new this morning a maltedden police captain says they have blocked investigation to crimes with city blobs.
filed a whistleblower lawsuit with the city. the suit claims the city blocked investigations involving the alleged sexual assault at six-year-old girl at malden ymca and theft of city funds. captain claims he was also removed as head of the city's detective unit when refused to drop the investigations. so far no comment from the city. gene: shrewsbury firefighter accused of inappropriately touching a teenage babysitter. sean bohdiewicz accused of getting in bed with children's babysitter while the children were sleeping. she says it wasn't first time. he also teaches child education in local schools. >> sara: fifth medical marijuana dispensary is opening. patriot care is opening on industrial avenue east in lowell this afternoon. the dispensary will be open seven days a week for patients and caregivers. later this year the company will be opening dispensaries in greenfield and boston.
minutes up to 24 minute commute on expressway northbound and getting ready to head, double amount of time and slippery slushing conditions on the roads today. shiri? >> shiri: winds are also turning a little more active, winds gusting right now 20 miles per hour, but coming up from the south which is a really warm direction for us, so as winds intensify this afternoon, we are going to see temperatures warm up, but they could also do some damage, 50 to 60 miles per hour gusts that will peak around 6:00 this evening with risk of some wind damage. i will show you when it pairs up with the heaviest rain next. >> gene: 7:41, partially blind, boy wasn't going to let his disability slow him down. raise money for thousands in
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>> shiri: overnight rain and freezing rain come on through on top of snow. north of the mass pike here really to the west of 95 and 128 we are seeing icy conditions despite coming to end and peak of sun we want you to be real careful and finally all above freezing in just a couple minutes. sara? >> sara: a rhode island car dealership will try to release investigation into former patriot aaron hernandez. the 2006 toyota four runner impounded in 2013 when hernandez was charged with the murder of odin lloyd. prosecutors say the suv was used in a double-murder in boston for which hernandez is about to stand trial. fox toyota in east providence claims it needs the car back to complete a sale of the business. boston judge will hold a hearing on this matter today. >> gene: norwood police looking for a man that tried to
on a.j. convenience store on norton street. the suspect came after him with a knife but came after him with a milk crate and he wasn't about to let someone take his hard earned money. >> i was really mad somebody wanted money without working. >> gene: guy was wearing all black and mask. police are hoping someone can help them find him. they believe they may be part of larger ring. >> sara: oldest new england unsolved cases. 30 years ago tracy gilpin went
but never came home. >> heard a scream and car taking off and never came home that night. >> gene: decades family her family hasn't stopped looking for her killer. new england unsolved bob ward talks with the family about new push to crack the case and closure and tonight on the fox 25 news at 10:00. >> julie: 7:47 and just learned within the last few minutes the speed restriction on the pike has been lifted. we had a 40 miles per hour speed restriction because of the weather conditions, but that is no more. we tweeted it out on fox25, so follow us there, get the latest updates. two accidents to tell you about. one eastbound on the pike right after route 30 in natick and other is on 128 northbound at winter street in waltham, see the delays stretching back to right around one -- where 128 and pike cross. over to the expressway where we are still seeing heavy
average speeds 26 miles per hour on 128 northbound. live look at the expressway where you could see right now traffic pretty moderate and this is pretty typical for 747 on your weekday morning commute, but this morning has a bit of a challenge because of the weather and 24 minutes on 128 northbound from university avenue in westwood to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and fog and have been ice. fog and ice and further and further and north because of the warm front and comes through and warming itself and clear us out as well and freezing rain and plain rain and snow and northern new england and here in southern new england and nice breaks in the cloud cover. current conditions 43 in boston
in norwood in plymouth, middle 40s in worcester with a little more cloud cover to the north and west of boston and into fitchburg, nashua, portsmouth, nashua, keene, hanging on to 20s and that risk of ice is still in full force, guys. we are yet to see any melting, especially any untreated roads and still going to be treacherous out there and 43 by 9:00 a.m. and slowly going to keep warming up and takes us into the lower 50s for the afternoon with development of more rain in time for the evening commute. here in ipswich i just want to point out still only expecting 38 at 9:00 a.m., so north shore we still got the risk for icy spots until about 9:00 this morning and in keene, new hampshire, 9:00 a.m., still only about 29 , so in new hampshire, that threat for icy spots will continue likely until about 10:00 this morning. so slowly and surely that warm-up is coming from south to the north and at 10:00 a.m. i got 47 in boston, 46 still in
in fitchburg but at least freezing and probably still up in the southern new hampshire and slowly ticking above freezing and look at this all of us and 50s by the time we look at them and 5:00 p.m. no longer situation where we got thin spots in the clouds. foggy stretch in southern new hampshire and all of this because of the pounding rains coming through along with the dense fog and going to be highly impacted today and 50s sound good but tonight with temperatures falling back to freezing and anything wet on the roads will freeze up and cause black ice out in about tomorrow
it were's high and 43 and partly cloudy and brighter on thursday with high of 36 and more of mid to upper 30s on friday with increasing clouds and a little bit of light snow where we sprinkles and flurries possible, highs in upper 40s both days this weekend, sunday pick with a little more sunshine back over to you. >> sara: jennifer lawrence has reminded people she hasn't forgot where she came from.
nantucket, megan trehner accepted it tearfully. >> thank you for my mom and dad for always believing in me and madonna for inspiring me. >> sara: great man in the audience is her dad. >> gene: in addition to all the acceptance speeches, the evening was full of tributes. >> gene: lady gaga played homage to the late rock star. performance went through nine different time periods of david bowie and jackson brown filled in for the late glenn frey for tribute to eagles. >> sara: pretty much all rocked it. >> gene: adele returned to the
making news and there was problems with this. >> gene: flawless singer sounded flat. fans took to twitter expressed outrage at sound issues and some say she sounded find and adele said mic fell inside and was out of tune and because of technical glitch she was going to treat herself to burger. >> sara:burg and herra glass of wine. meghan before she accepted her award she said her dad looked at her and said she made it. that's why she lost it. >> gene: we are very proud of her. think about your kitchen for a minute.
how impacts the way you eat. >> shiri: got this on twitter and icy roadways on arlington and break down what towns and cities were struggling with this when we come back. >> sara: woman books two nights at warm hotel and never stays there. the new caramel macchiato from dunkin' donuts. let hand-crafted layers of espresso, milk, and a caramel-flavored swirl uplift your mood. indulge in a hot or iced macchiato today.
>> sara: we have seen everything mother nature could throw at us the next couple hours and wind will take over bringing possible damage to the area. >> gene: as we have been telling you roads are a mess this morning, tracking backups as ice and fog slows down the morning commute. >> sara: airline passengers couldn't escape the weather either. customs delay left passengers stranded for hours on the tarmac at the new hampshire and why they just can't hop on new flight this morning. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> sara: as we head into work such a mess and entire team of reporters tracking the fallout from the storm. jessica reyes is monitoring the road conditions. catherine parrotta is with residents who are out of their
of burst pipes. michael henrich has new details england. julie grauert tracking the slow spots on the roads. >> gene: we have a lot to deal with. >> shiri: turns to weather advisory and we have possible wind damage and thunderstorms this afternoon. winter weather advisory still continuing across northern massachusetts, parts of central mass north of worcester until 9:00 a.m. and goes until 10:00 a.m. in southern new hampshire because slowly we will see temperatures warm from south to north. right now boston, i mean balmy, 46 , feeling very good there wellesley at 46 now, framingham still just 29, you can see 31 up in lawrence, 20s still remaining in southern new hampshire, pepperell at 27 ,
47, barre 45, so obviously it is very warm there from boston to worcester southward, and this morning we just got mostly cloudy skies, couple patchy showers to get through before noon time today. i actually think this will probably be some of the best time around lunchtime for trying to get outside before the next round of heavy rain moves in in time for the evening commute with highs 46 to 54 . i will break down some fog threat continuing in the area coming down in just minutes, but now julie grauert up live drive time traffic. busy morning for you as well. >> julie: yes, it has because of weather conditions you have been telling us about, shiri. waiting to clear on route 3 southbound, right before 129 billerica road as you approach the billerica area. shifting south this accident has also slowed things down on 128 northbound and it is on the northbound side of 128 right at winter street in waltham. live look right now at the pike in brighton and this is more typical for a weekday morning commute compared to what we were seeing in some of icier slushier conditions earlier this morning.
26 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin, hour on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector, 40 minutes on 128 south from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. gene and sara, back to you. >> gene: breaking news right now in east boston. three people were rescued earlier this morning from a sinking tugboat in the harbor. we got off the phone with the captain saw the boat go down. recognized as long time friend as his. water temperature frigid 40 right now, pulled them to shore, all in good shape but the tugboat sank. we have a crew heading to boston right now to gather more details. >> sara: this morning fog has been making it hard to see on the roads, and that's only going to get worse later today. fox25 jessica reyes continues the team coverage from hopkinton, and you just gotten word about a new crash, jess. >> jessica: not too far from here. police department tweeted this out, saying there was an
morning and car actually hit a telephone pole, and right now there are wires all over the road, street closed at this point and did call dispatch and believe it was weather related because the roads were very, very slippery this morning. you have seen police departments this morning, most recently ashland police tweeted out saying roads are very slippery and earlier on upton similar message as well. west main street in hopkinton, things are wet and slushy but the ice has since melted looking a lot better than it was around 4:00, 5:00 this morning. now, we have video now of guy that works at price chopper here in hopkinton scraping ice of his car. see in the video right here, quite a mess he was dealing with car only sat in the parking lot here about six hours but when he came outside this morning it was in quarter inch of ice and scrape all that ice so he could
making way into work this morning, side roads were quite a mess and main roads not so bad. take a lesson. >> 495 and good job on main roads, and holiday -- you know, i think the holiday scared them off. >> jessica: on top of taking it slow today, another thing to remember, clean out your cars if they are covered with snow and ice in any way, because the mixture of snow and ice is very, very hard and don't want that this morning. i will be back in 30 minutes with another look what to expect and what's going on here and live here in hopkinton this morning, jessica reyes, fox25
>> gene: plane diverted from dominican republic to manchester passengers sent us these pictures, delta flight 944 was supposed to land before 7:00 p.m. last night and circling jfk for hours, the plane was running low on fuel, so sent to new hampshire. after landing passengers had to wait for more than two hours for customs agents to arrive at airport so they could get off the plane. passengers eventually spent the night at local hotels, crews moved inside the airport to catch up with the passengers before they board the new flight we will have a live report from manchester in just 30 minutes. >> sara: forced from bellingham home from apartments almost year to the day after another problem. outside the apartment complex with ongoing issue and just so
there, catherine. >> catherine: haven't been told how soon the repairs will be made and half inch of water covers the floor and seeping through the seal and that was the seen at apartment complex last year and that was dajaview for residents and facing same at bellingham apartments after sprinkler system pike froze on first floor and happening year to day since same pike broke last winter. >> hoping they help us more this time than last time because it is frustrating. >> catherine: last year they were told it could be up to six weeks before it was fixed and no timetable has been given yet and fox25 reached out to management and get more information about
timetable for all of this and pass information along to you. live in bellingham, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> gene: three new england teenagers end up in icy pond and three boys plunged through the ice last night and one of the boys made it to shore and called for help, two others rescued by firefighters 15 minutes later and three teens and one firefighter were sent to the hospital and they were treated there and expected to be okay. gene: delays and closings at bottom of the screen and public school massachusetts off this week for february vacation and that helps a little bit. make sure you get our alerts on the fox25 stormtracker weather app and forecast for your neighborhood from our team of meteorologist, free to download, search fox25 weather. >> sara: this morning funeral services for woman hit by flying manhole cover. caitlin clavette was killed friday when the cover hit the windshield of her car. 35-year-old was on way to work
after the crash crews inspected every manhole along the expressway. state police tell fox25 they are still investigating how the manhole cover got loose. >> gene: police searching for man that disappeared in boston. following the seven for 22-year-old zamboni for several days now -- zachary marr. he went missing early saturday morning. he stepped out for cigarette in front of bell in hand tavern in faneuil hall. all day yesterday his loved ones canvassed boston handing out flyers. >> our family is so sad right now so don't know how to accept what's going on. >> gene: boston police released surveillance images and they have shared the video with zach's family.
in nevada which holds a caucus on saturday and actually day republicans in south carolina will go to the polls. yesterday george b. bush joined his brother on exhale trail in charleston. >> he will rise above the petty name calling and once elected he will not need a poll or focus group to tell him what to think or what to do. >> sara: one other note donald trump is threatening to sue ted cruz. trump claims the sex senator is not eligible to be president because he was born in canada. billionaire will file the suit unless cruz stop attack ads which are full of lies. >> gene: right now most of the republican candidates want senate to block any nominee submitted by president obama for justice antonin scalia. democrats say the senate has a duty to vote. watchers believe attorney
most likely candidate to be appointed to the bench by the president. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. 25 minute commute, average speeds 16 miles per hour make way up from the braintree split to columbia road. shiri? >> shiri: although boston is so improved here breaks of sun and look at foggy spots that remain bedford quarter mile visible et, same in portsmouth, new hampshire, lawrence near-zero visibility, same in manchester, new hampshire over to nashua up to concord, over to keene. those are also my cool and icy spots this morning so use care and what time you finally warm up as well. >> gene: 11 minutes after 8:00 on tuesday morning. young boy who lost his site is determined to make a difference. how he managed to raise thousands of dollars for disabled veterans all on his own
court and caused emergency >> shiri: slippery travel conditions north of boston into the merrimac valley and southern new hampshire, care on roads we will break down the chilly spots that remain in place coming up. gene? >> gene: two days of single digit temperatures many local homeowners with mess this morning and what people can do to protect homes before it is too late. >> daniel: plumbers will notice issue and thousands of dollars in damage and fox25 he is living up to claim working 24, 25 hours a day eight days a week and only get busier as temps continue to climb and pipes thaw out and people don't know they have burst lines until
fox25 went along with someone that went to fix a running pipe. >> mother nature is very tough and doesn't discriminate. >> daniel: more than 42 repair calls and priority no heat calls and burst pipes it is how it is amazing a little bit of water can add up and some people have been out of heat and water for 24 hours now and we caught up with one grandmother that lives in duxbury that couldn't watch her dishes because she had no water and also had to rely on fireplace to stay warm for some 30 hours. plumbers say if you have to leave the house, turn off the main water and keep an eye on things so that there's a leak it can be fixed sooner than later.
pipes it to keep them warm. >> sara: tram at local ski resort, this is story we have been following since the weekend a family was on board with their baby girl when they got stuck. it was supposed to be nine minute ride to the summit of cannon mountain, but it turned into a 3-hour ordeal on one of the coldest days of the year. tram is still closed. >> gene: 8:17 this morning and 14-year-old basketball player in wisconsin recovering from freak accident this morning.
goes flying across the floor and piece of wood impaled a girl and went couple inches inside. luckily none of her major organs were hit by the piece of wood and she was doing okay this morning. doesn't look any more fringe than that, julie. >> julie: need through wellesley and approach the pike, new accident on the pike westbound and right at washington street but aren't seeing huge impact quite yet and woburn into medford and somerville and this is pretty typical volume for route 1 in saugus as you approach lynn fells parkway. over to live drive times, 28 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 52 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector, 54
from 495 to mass ave. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now fog and ice will linger over northern mass and southern new hampshire through 10:00 a.m. this morning, and shiri, we are here for all of you to watch that. >> shiri: foggy spots as they thin out and icy towns on the map until nine or 10:00 this morning and still lingering ice will be the merrimac valley and once we get into the afternoon, 60 miles per hour gust possible starting at 1:00 today and heaviest rain and fog redeveloping until five and 8:00 p.m. timeframe and nice to see boston seeing peeks of sunshine here and there and clouds around and will thin around especially across the coastline and let's look at fitchburg 28 right now, just because one of the icier spots right now, we got visibility at
any rain falling, keep just in mind damp with fog in place, had freezing rain and 10:00 a.m. upper 30s, risk of ice will melt away and then jump very rapidly into the 50s and warm front coming through and within the span of an hour end up jumping 10 and saw it happening in worcester went we went from 30 to 37 at 5:00 a.m. and boston at 46 and 50 south of the city now and huge range in temperatures and slight risk of drizzle and going with dryer forecast through lunchtime today and this afternoon check out upper 40s, 50s on the map for the evening commute and also when heavy rain push through
along with the gusty winds and rain on top of that we have every ingredient for dense fog to get you home from work later on today and look at amount of wet weather we will be talking inch and a half to inch and a half of rain and most intense downpours developing but rule-of-thumb inch of rain today along with temperatures in the 50s and remaining front steps and walkways will freeze up and thankfully temperatures will be above freezing as we bust into low and mid-40s on wednesday under partly cloudy skies and thursday wake up to the 20s, we get up to 36 which, by the way, perfectly normal this time of the year but watch out for late friday, light snow, and flurries and sprinkles here on saturday.
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outside holding a sign in freezing cold, she bought him a coffee and used winnings to pay for two nights for him at hotel. sophia posted on facebook and so many people have come forward asking how they can help, which has created a gofundme page. you could find a link to it on myfoxboston.com. >> julie: australian company discovered a 400-carat diamond in african country. it is bigger than kim kardashian's ring. lengths of credit card and virtually flawless and company found -- that found the diamond entirely transparent making it quite valuable and rare. it could be worth $20 million. discovery and twenty-seventh largest diamond ever recorded. >> sara: i brought up my credit card to see how big it would be on ring. >> julie: you would sink to the bottom of any body of water.
>> sara: at 8:30, the air and roads heating up, fog remains a big story. we are hoping you avoid the slow spots and prepare for what's coming later today. good morning, everyone. it is tuesday, february 16th. thank you for staying with us. >> gene: saw shot of mass pike and that portion of the pike, down to 15 miles per hour. >> sara: stuck in it. >> gene: roads are better. >> shiri: things will continue to warm up which is good news and where i have the fog is where i have the ice and really dramatic drops, portsmouth, new hampshire, nashua, new hampshire and as expected seeing since 4:00 this morning last warm-up and cooler air stuck there, 41 in oil stone and
30 in londonderry, and just kind of slow to get to the last spots up north, so got 42 in boston right now, 50 and mild and mostly cloud and he noon time today, but we got more heavy rain on the way this afternoon, as well as strong winds, high wind warning going into effect today, show you exactly what time to plan on damaging winds coming up in less than ten. julie, let's get it back to you. >> julie: seeing heavy volume out there which is more typical for the weekday morning commute instead of such tough conditions that we were seeing earlier today. slow spot remains 93 south through woburn into medford and somerville. 128 northbound average speeds 15 miles per hour as you approach the pike, so that's been a little bit problematic. here is live look through brighton like gene mentioned, speed restriction has been lifted, but slow going eastbound through brighton on the pike.
51 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass ave, 34 minutes on the split to the pike. 50 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. gene and sara, back to you. >> gene: julie, updating right now. three people rescued earlier this morning from a sinking tugboat in the harbor. new this half hour, this is a new picture of the raft used to rescue those men. just before 8:00 this morning we spoke with captain that saw tugboat going down, heard calls for help and recognized the voice as long time friend of his and then he pulled the men from the water and brought them to shore. cold water too. shiri tells us water temperature is frigid 42 . all the men in good shape but tugboat sank and details all morning and bring you video from the scene as soon as we get it. >> sara: group of international travelers spends the night stranded in new hampshire. they were heading from the
when weather forced them from manchester instead and within the last hour they finally learned when they will be able to get home. fox25 michael henrich is inside the airport in manchester, and getting updates from the people and the airline all morning long, michael. >> michael: what we thought would be a sense of relief is now just developing into a new level of frustration. inside manchester boston regional airport some of these passengers are checking back in here at the delta desk and within the last few minutes telling them how truly frustrated they have become. we told you in the 6:00 hour of fox25 morning news how dealta said their in you flight to jfk would take off at 11:00 a.m. and that's what it says on the board there, but passengers say not only are they now having trouble checking in, the clerk is saying it is closer to noon possibly. take look at pictures from last night as flight from dominican republic to new york jfk circled the airport before getting diverted here to new hampshire and stuck on that plane for
to drive from portland, maine. one passenger says he is ready to take wife and young daughter to rent a car to drive to new york. >> sometimes bad weather and all of that but the way they handled it dangerous for kids, people falling all over, not having enough supplies on the plane, just crazy. >> michael: before word of the delay, we are sorry for the inconvenience and customer care team is reaching out to customers regarding their experience, end quote. i asked the delta representative why that plane was diverted here, this is international flight, why not sent them to boston or portland. that's what we have been hearing since tweeted back and forth and those airports were simply not an option tet because so many flights had been diverted because of weather away from new york's jfk airport.
evolve some 15 hours after they were originally supposed to land in new york and we will continue to monitor here from manchester boston regional airport. for now live in manchester, new hampshire, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: afternoon brings another round of trouble. jessica reyes monitoring the road situation for us and, jess, this afternoon, new round of fog, rain and some wind. a little bit of everything out there. >> jessica: definitely, gene. things have gotten a lot warmer out here. we got here around 4:30 this morning or so. it has gotten a lot warmer as shiri has been tell us, so the
switched over mix of snow and foggier throughout the day and keep in mind for the afternoon commute. and might remember earlier this morning, showing you the ground, frozen solid with ice and snow and at this point turned into a slushy puddle and not how much warmer it is getting but what people are dealing with on the roads, especially the side roads that may have not been treated and different mess and we will be back in 30 minutes for here. live in hopkinton, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: local hotel has big mess to clean up, broken water pipe flooded crown plaza which sits over the mass pike in newton. about 4 feet of water pulled in
to cut power to at least 12 floors. hundreds of people had grab belongings and move to other hotels. some see on scene they had to climb down several floors in the dark. >> left for dead on the ninth floor, so i don't know, i think it was a little hectic. >> sara: no word when power will be restored. we are tracking rain and ice all morning long. make sure you get the alerts on fox25 stormtracker weather app and get custom forecast from our neighborhood from team of meteorologist. it is free to download as well. search fox25 weather. >> gene: new this morning man charged with driving drunk for a sixth time will head to court. police say scott patro. state trooper was nearby and caught up with him later. the victims were on high school sweethearts when they were on date when they were hit. >> i went to go look up because
tires, and all of a sudden we flew forward. >> gene: police say he did not have valid driver's license and he said he had driven without a license for years and didn't care. >> sara: man charged in death of girl once known as baby doe will be in court. michael mccarthy will be charged in death of bella bond. that is rachelle bond's boyfriend. rachelle is accessory after the fact. the baby washed up on shore and went unidentified for months. >> sara: accusing a local fertility doctor for sex abuse and assaulting women while under anesthesia. globe reports woman in marlboro is suing him for assaulting her in 2013. a second woman says a similar
during an ultrasound, which she was awake for. both women are also suing fertility centers of new england saying they knew about his history of abuse. 2014. >> gene: new this morning malden police captain saying officials have blocked investigation possible links to city employees. captain filed a federal whistleblower lawsuit against the city and claims the block investigation involved the alleged sexual assault of six-year-old girl at malden ymca and thefts of city funds. captain also claims he was removed as head of the city's detective unit when he refused to drop the investigation. so far no comments from the city. >> gene: shrewsbury firefighter accused of inappropriately touching firefighter. he went in bed with children's babysitter while children were sleeping. she said it wasn't the first time.
in local schools. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes right now you're looking at 22 minute commute on the expressway northbound from the braintree split up to columbia road. shiri? >> shiri: wind gusts and warm direction for us and drastically warm and those winds could do damage gusting 50 if not 60 miles per hour peaking around 6:00 this evening and show you when it couples up with the back. >> gene: how jennifer lawrence putting good fortune to good use for sick kids. >> sara: may be time to clean up.
>> shiri: sprinkles on the way this afternoon. i will time that out plus when all the freezing spots are out of the picture in just minutes, sara. >> sara: this afternoon rhode island car dealership will try to sees 2006 four runner was impounded. the suv was used in double-murder in boston which hernandez about to stand trial. fox toyota in east providence says it needs the car back to complete sale of business. >> gene: man tried to hold up a small family business and surveillance video from aj's
street. store owner tells fox25 the suspect came at him with a knife and fought with empty milk crate and tells us he was not about to let someone take his hard earned money. >> i was really mad somebody wanted money without working. >> gene: guy was wearing all black and mask and police hoping someone can help them find him. >> sara: tracy went out to buy cigarettes and never came home. >> heard scream and car and tracy never came home that night. >> sara: her body was found in state forest in plymouth. decades later her family still hasn't stopped looking for her killer. tonight at ten bob ward talks
push to crack the case and get closure. that's tonight on fox25 news at 10:00. sara: new study suggests the environment we eat and one tidy and snacks and cluttered kitchen the woman consumed more calories tidy kitchen and more out of control and messy rooms make it easier for people to break free for what they should do. >> julie: 8:47 and watching slow conditions on 128 northbound as head from needham area up past route 9 in wellesley and up to the pike. 93 south problematic still from woburn into somerville and 128 southbound through lexington actually a little better than i'm used to seeing this time of the commute. live look at the zakim where volume remains steady and heavy
here are live drive times, 34 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, 50 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and 33 minutes on 128 northbound from university avenue in westwood to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now, and shiri, even though the temperatures are warming up, someone on twitter pointed out how dangerous it can be when snow collects on top of your car and driving, so make sure to clear that out as well. >> shiri: we have freezing rain and snow and turns into crusty snow that comes off in chunks, but right now the warmer air moving in and many of us especially south of the mass pike already seen temperatures warm above freezing and cold air bedford into farve and temperatures below freezing, nashua, new hampshire and a lot of fog and wouldn't surprise me if we get reports of mist or drizzle. i know it is not popping up here
all the moisture trapped in place and got to get down to the ground somehow, boston at 46, worcester at 48, 50s over southeastern massachusetts right now and here is temperature trend in boston by 10:00 a.m. 46 and some breaks in the clouds but this afternoon in comes the rain again, wind, fog, 50s which sounds great but it is not going to be so great when you add to it and warm-up in northeastern massachusetts but by 10:00 a.m. expect to be up around 40 , mostly cloudy skies and again, once we enter the afternoon that we got the steady heavy rain that pushes back in in time for the evening commute. nashua, new hampshire only 33 here at 10:00 this morning, and my opinion, a little close for comfort, mean 10:00 a.m., let's be real careful traveling in new hampshire for icy spots and temperatures into the 50s and again, we got surge of moisture that's going to be on the move
future cast is definitely overdone here and couple patchy showers there, and most light side and temperatures here by 10:00 this morning, mostly above freezing but see the 33 in nashua, 35 in keene, so travelers over the border into new hampshire, let's be cautious of some spots, a couple degrees cooler. by 5:00 this evening though, how about 50s. 50s though will come with heavy rain. this is newly updated future cast, so even if you have already seen it, i encourage you to take another peek here because we have heavy rain between eight and 9:00 p.m. so between five and nine you have got to be ready for the heavy rain, strong gusty possibly damaging wind gusts, 50 to 60 miles per hour across eastern new hampshire and eastern massachusetts along in the 50s and get warm air over the snow pack that we have, we got dense fog likely as we shift back into the evening commute. so just so much coming at you to
later today, i anticipate it will be slow going out there and safety sake give yourself extra minutes. overnight temps back to freezing inland. that means any kind of wet conditions and black ice in the morning and warm lower 40s and 43 and a little brighter and cooler on thursday with high of 36, increasing friday clouds again high of 36 . overnight some light and scattered snow and even sprinkles expected on saturday, but highs this weekend 10 above average, highs making it into the upper 40s both days and, of course, keeping a close eye on radar for any kind of freezing rain continuing into the merrimac industry for the next hour. back to you guys. >> sara: so grammy's are in the books and big winners in the
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they finally g ready to head home more than 12 hours later. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> julie: good morning, everyone, 9:00 on tuesday, february 16th, i'm julie grauert. >> daniel: good morning, i'm daniel miller. brief break in the weather but it won't last long. meteorologist shiri spear stormtracker weather and look when the fog will return. >> shiri: fog and rain coming back and dealing with winner weather advisory just extended until 11:00 a.m. in northern mass because of the lingering icy conditions we got out there as well where i got the cold and potential for icy got the fog this morning, so only 32 right now in lawrence, 34 in burlington, 33 in framingham, 31 in hampstead, new hampshire versus upper 40s boston over to dedham right now, so got a pretty stark contrast in