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>> gene: breaking news all morning with respect police urgent call moments after deadly shooting. what we know about the person arrested hours ago and when the person will be formally charged. >> sara: whipping winds and pouring rains frightening the kids. >> put them in the basement. >> sara: clean-up as temperatures start to drop and decision that outraged the autism this morning, the new doubts about screening. complete new england news this is the fox25 morning news. >> sara: good morning, everyone, and thank you so much for waking up with this on wednesday, february 17th, i'm sara underwood. >> gene: i'm gene lavanchy. quieter day weatherwise and 50 degree temperatures are gone, and shiri spear is here is reports there have been black
during the height of the morning commute. >> shiri: yes, i suspect that will continue until 9:00 this morning, boston up 35 , 33 in bedford and norwood, 33 in lawrence, but a lot of in betweens right now seeing the freezing temperatures, so if we zoom in a little bit closer, lowell down to 32 , chelmsford 31 . carlisle 30 and same thing south of boston as well where we are checking in 31 milton, 32 in randolph right now, 31 in dead,, so you got to be real careful out on the roads, grab the fox25 weather app and check with the town or city and tap on the day and hourly forecast and see when you're above freezing and by 9:00 a.m., only spot to hang on to the freezing temperature out around worcester, rest of us into the upper 30s, lower 40s come around for lunch time today, worcester 37 and boston at 41, 40 in beverly, 41 in plymouth, that's all for noon time today under partly sunny
increase this afternoon with temperatures still right around 40 for that evening commute, we got highs today 38 to 44, and after the potential of black ice early, at least we are seeing sunshine as we make way through wednesday. let's get you over to julie grauert with live drive time traffic. hi, julie. >> julie: finding south of the pike is expressway, average speeds 12 miles per hour from furnace brook parkway right around to granite ave. shifting north of town things aren't too bad on 93 south yet but things starting to build on mildford and approach somerville route 1 in saugus though looking very pleasant as you approach lynn fells parkway, usually jampacked right now and attribute evacuation week because people have different schedules. live drive time 16 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 37 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector, 25 minutes on 128 from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. gene and sara, back to you. >> gene: we continue to follow breaking news this morning.
in randolph. less than an hour ago after a deadly shooting overnight. >> sara: one man in custody and limited information about what led up to this. jessica reyes live outside the bar on north main street, and jess, you were there when the district attorney briefed us during the news at 5:00 a.m. >> jessica: we were, sara. and you know, this is the most viewed story on the website at this hour this morning. a lot of people have questions about exactly what happened here we are working to get all the answers right now, but the d.a. did tell us a man in his 20s was killed outside this bar around 1:00 this morning. another man now in custody. now, police were out here for about five hours this morning processing the scene, but cleared the scene just about 45 minutes ago. it happened right as the bar was closing, police had actually just pulled someone over on north main street just stepped away from here. so when they heard it come over the radio, they rushed over to the bar, chased after the suspect and took him into custody. the police radio called for the
pretty intense. take a listen. >> shots fired. >> shots fired, running on foot through the parking lot. >> jessica: and this is the city limits bar. it is actually right off route 28 in randolph. right near the holbrook town line. we know the suspect is set to be arraigned later on this morning over at quincy district court, and coming up the next half hour at 7:30, we have video of the huge piece of evidence that police hauled from the scene here just hours ago. live in randolph this morning, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: new this morning crews battle the major fire in templeton overnight about 15 minutes ago, official tell us it is now out. we got the video around 3:00 a.m. this morning of the flames shooting out of the home. it is on boynton road. no word this hour what caused the fire or if there are any injuries, but we are working to get more information from fire officials. the house was built in the
the national historic society. >> sara: and the high winds and heavy downpours taking down this huge tree in wellesley. that's not all. that trunk, it slammed in the power lines knocking out a transformer. stephanie coueignoux is live at the scene where you could see there's still a a lot of clean-up that needs to be done, stef. >> stephanie: i have to tell you now that the sun is up, sara, you could get a bigger idea and better idea is to just how much damage all of this wild weather caused. taking a look behind me once again you could see the massive tree that fell really just feet from the home, but i want my photographer to zoom into the suv parked in the driveway because you can see the back window is smashed. all of this is leading to some extremely concerning situations and understandably that family decided not to spend the night.
when all of a sudden they heard a loud crash. >> it was a boom. very frightening and put kids in the basement, called the mom, did what i could and turned everything off and it was frightening. >> stephanie: around 5:30 yesterday afternoon intense winds toppled the tree and knocked out power along upway road. >> lights were on until a couple minutes ago and heard an explosion and saw a flash and lights went out. >> stephanie: o'keefe told us she has never gone through anything like this, and truly wondered if she was going to make it. >> i just grabbed them both and held them close. >> stephanie: thankfully nobody was hurt but power was out three hours as crews worked to repair the blown transformer. taking a live look, see all the lines still down along those -- the yard, and it is actually blocking any entrance to the driveway. so even though the power is back on and the storm has now passed, there are continuing safety concerns this morning as the clean-up continues.
coueignoux, fox25 news. >> sara: wouldn't want to be there yesterday. the wind was howling in boston where it felt like a hurricane was moving in. you can see people struggling to walk on on beacon street. the wind september umbrellas flying and stopped some people in the tracks. some places winds were blowing over 60 miles per hour. sara: take look at this video what strong winds did in raynham. heavy gusts knocked down a brick wall at a car dealership last night. as you can see, part of well fell on to a parking lot. the owner of central mitsubishi on route 44 sent us a photo of the.com, and we actually alerted firefighters to this. this morning we can tell you that no one was hurt. sara: when dangerous weather strikes go to the fox25 weather app. there you can see severe weather alerts and forecast for your town. the app is available for free in
>> gene: 7:0 and police think' robbery at local gun store could be linked it the other crimes. two people smashed through the front door of hitman firearms early monday morning and got away with four guns. police officer owns the gunshot and investigators think this is connected to a robbery two weeks ago in hooksett, new hampshire. this is surveillance video from that incident showing two suspects outside wicked weaponry new hampshire and massachusetts state police are reviewing surveillance footage to try to track down the suspects. gene: armed robbery ends with police chase and crash in malden. driver was wanted in connection with robberies in malden and receive, including one at 7-eleven yesterday afternoon. witnesses described the hectic end to the chase. >> police car on right side of me came by just swiped my car and then he took the -- the car out. he hit the -- i guess he hit the right side of the car, spun him out and put them on the walgreen parking lot.
into custody after the crash. >> sara: family members and friends remember a local teacher killed by a flying manhole cover on the expressway. hundreds of people attended the funeral mass for caitlin clavette in winchester. the 35-year-old was a triathlete and art teacher in milton. she was on her way to work friday when the metal cover hit the windshield of her car. after the crash crews inspected every manhole along the expressway. state police are still investigating how the cover became loose. sara: fox25 investigation state does not inspect manhole covers as thoroughly as it should. all manhole coughs are supposed to be checked every two years, but there's no database with every metal cover in the state. all covers in boston were inspected after caitlin clavette's death, but we asked governor charlie baker why more wasn't done. >> there are other things that are more productive we would like people to be out there as they are reviewing the safety of our roads and our bridges.
is following federal highway safety standards and that nothing out of the ordinary was found when the highway inspectors examine the more than minneapolis hundred manhole coughs in boston -- 900 manhole coughs in boston. >> gene: increase $1 million from judge december to january. monthly revenues had fallen off since the opening at end of june plainridge park on pace to earn $160,000,000.01 year, well below initial projections though for the site. gene: today second winner or winners of power jackpot will come forward. one of the three winning tickets sold at grocery store in mel burn beach, forward. tennessee couple already claimed the prices. other one was sold in california jackpot was worth nearly $1.6 billion. we will tell you about the winner on social media accounts as soon as we find out who it is. >> julie: then you can check
and call them up and see, they might be in a generous mood. 93 southbound 495 southbound to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: 33 right now in and around the boston area. tricky because boston milder, burbs still close to freezing and warm-up happening, eight aim same temperatures and 9:00 a.m. jump up to 36 and take you hour-by-hour through the warming trend today next. >> sara: people are so panicked on the orange line they broke the window to get out. new at 7:30. what created chaos underground as we monitor how the trains are moving this morning. >> gene: plus the fbi wants help with a major terrorism investigation, but apple refusing to cooperate.
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the dominican republic, trip take four hours on direct flight first flight from the dominican republic to new york's jfk airport had to be diverted on sunday during the winter mix. these are some pictures from some of the passengers. then late last night the same passengers were diverted to logan airport after hitting severe turbulence on way back to new york. >> i have never experienced turbulence like this in my life. >> daniel: here at logan airport passengers waited two hours for the all clear. tell us people were frustrated and even arguing and passengers say they should never taken off from new hampshire in the first place. >> they let us take off to jfk when the weather conditions probably shouldn't have taken off in the first place and it was scariest experience of my life. >> daniel: in statement to
were made for passenger safety and airline has offered 12,000 sky miles to even passenger, but as i mentioned many of the passengers say that's not enough thankfully they are all home now safely. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: apple fight being back from the order from fbi. they want them to lock phone cell phone owned by the man who shot and killed 14 people in san bernardino in december. the fbi cannot get past the password screen lock screen. iphone automatically erase all data after ten unsuccessful attempts to unlock the device. the fbi is asking apple to take the function off so they can try as many password tempts as possible to get into the phone without erasing the data. apple says they don't want to lose the trust of their customers. happening today for the first time ever, alleged isis supporter going on trial.
florida terrorist plot in texas last year. his alleged coconspirator shot and killed by police outside cartoon drawings in prophet mohammed and watched extremist videos together and planned to commit more attacks in the future. opening statements begin later today. >> julie: good morning, 7:17 on wednesday, new accident to tell you about, on 93 south near route 16 as you head from the medford area into somerville, and starting to cause a little bit of backup on 93. pike still moving along feign from framingham through the weston tolls into the allston-brighton area. expressway a little bit slow as you head from furnace brook parkway up to right around granite ave and then up to columbia road, but that's pretty typical for any weekday morning, unless it is a holiday. here are live drive times, 28 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass ave, 25 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, 40 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now, and shiri, this
rollercoaster. bouncing from the 30s to 40s, 50s in there. covered? >> shiri: in the 50s yesterday and spring like treat and they do come back for the weekend in some spots, but for the time being, guys, black ice the biggest worry this morning because we are back to freezing. very low risk we will get any flurries, not expecting any damaging wind, just some gusts around 20, if not 30 miles per hour this morning, and that's just going to cool you down. not going to create any further damage on top of what we had 30 though in worcester as you wake up. this is going to be one of the cooler spots during the day today. tapping into partly cloudy skies right now straight through the remainder of the day. some of the thickest clouds coming through just in the next couple of hours, but still 32 at 9:00 a.m., after that no more icy spots because we get up to 38 in the afternoon, boston now at 35 under partly sunny skies and we see on and off clouds
are at 36 here and then we get into the 40s by 11:00 this morning. highs there landing in middle 40s as we will in most towns and cities. future cast just want to illustrate here, noon time, we have brightened up. so we got pretty bright conditions any of the travel plans right around lunchtime, things looking good for the kids that have time off of school, no excuses, they can definitely get outside and play today. we do have the cold front that's on the move toward us by 7:00 this evening, we will have a couple clouds leaking in and falls apart as coming in and means we are really not going to muster up very many flurries. best chance central northern new england, perhaps western new england and mountains and elevations and bringing us clouds tonight by tomorrow morning we have brightened up, all about the sunshine further inland, but along the coastline because we have got the north winds traveling over the ocean and picking up some moisture, it is going to fill cloud cover to the coastline here, closer to the coast you go, more clouds
outer cape where we could even manage to see one or two ocean effect snow showers pop up. that's something we will be monitoring, of course, but the cooler winds also these north winds pulling in, some of the coolest he have in the entire 7-day forecast. today we have temperatures in the middle 40s from plymouth to boston to the north shore, over to bedford, worcester the cool spot as promised at 39 . tonight we will be back into the 20s and that does mean anything that's melting today overnight tonight, could easily 42ez back up. here tomorrow, but tomorrow's highs into the middle 30s, ten degree cooldown where we stand this afternoon, see all the bright sunshine inland, but plymouth down to the cape and islands, that's where we have the risk for a couple of snow showers popping up. thing here. i do not have an accumulation map. again, it is something that we are going to be watching. got 30, 40% chance of getting snow showers down across the cape during the day tomorrow. friday increasing clouds, high 38, we got light wintery mix
highs this weekend upper 40s mild both days and another light wintery mix sunday night and monday and tuesday night that looks like the next big weather maker on the way. back to you guys. >>. >> gene: presidential candidates doing everything they can but it is not easy. the picture jeb bush tweeted
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>> sara: school vacation week and means roads shouldn't be crowded this morning and it is dangerous out there and look at live shot of the tobin, it is actually extremely crowded. >> julie: i wanted to show everyone what they are missing and to avoid the tobin at all costs. >> sara: roads are slick. >> >> shiri:ess this morning 30s are back and lower 30s which means we are going to be talking about chance for black ice. i know i got a couple flurries moving across manchester, new hampshire. still yet to get any reports of that getting down to the ground, but anyone listening in manchester, new hampshire, boston, hollis, brookline, new hampshire, that's where we got the possibility down into leominster couple of snowflakes this morning. temperatures here widespread lower 30s across central mass
32 in natick and starting to go up, there one degree in walpole and medway, all at 31 last hour, warm-up has begun and next hour we will get rid of a lot of the icy spots on the roads, 33 in duxbury, 34 sandwich and looking good there and norton and wareham in freezing point this morning, day planner goes as this, noon time 41 , partial sun all afternoon with the lower 40s and 35 back at 7:00 p.m., keeping it dry, that story changes over the weekend, break down when to plan around some snow and rain coming up. over to you again, julie, for live drive time traffic this morning. >> julie: lighter conditions, not seeing any red traffic slows and usually jampacked by this time of the commute. 93 south right through the medford area where i'm finding average speeds 12 miles per hour and as approaching the tobin, you will see things like this jampacked as you make your way into boston.
minutes on the pike from 495 to mass ave, 23 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, 24 minutes on 128 from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. gene and sara, back to you. >> gene: got to be talk for people on the orange line and underground emergency had people escaping train through the windows. >> sara: smoke filled the tunnel creating panic. michael henrich live at the state street stop with more on this investigation that's happening today, michael. >> michael: sara and gene mbta expected to have regular service resumed on orange line this morning, and so far after last night's chaotic scene, regular service has been the case, and everything running smoothly at state street "t" stop. this though as we first reported an hour ago after the mbta inspected all 120 orange line trains overnight and reinforced 13 train car body panels, big metal panels to prevent any more
pictures taken by "t" rider a chaotic scene and parker spoke with fox25 by phone. >> someone kicking glass out of won't, they must feel some sort of panic. >> michael: 12 inch 12-foot metal body panel fell off the train car and got run over slamming into the wall in third rail causing smoke. >> people seemed a bit uneasy and yelling and leaving the station because it was all smoky. >> michael: six minutes later second train ran over the same sheet of metal causing more smoke and panic you see in these pictures. the mbta says nobody was hurt but it understands why passengers like parker grew concerned.
happened, but i think it is just, you know, another bit of failure for the mbta. >> michael: two hours ago the mbta said the third rail involved in this situation is functioning properly. as for why the panel fell off in the first place, well the investigation continues this morning. and as soon as the mbta releases those findings we, of course, will go there right away. michael henrich in boston, fox25 news. >> gene: continue to follow breaking news out of randolph this morning where police are investigating a deadly shooting outside of a local bar. fox25 has more. >> jessica: d.a. out here earlier and confirmed for us
killed here right as the bar was closing and another man was arrested. he set to be arraigned later on this morning. we have some video right before five when the car was towed from outside the bar and d.a. would not say what exactly it has to do with the investigation, only for evidence. we understand police were here in matter of seconds because they just had pulled someone over very close by here over on north main street. when they heard this come by the radio, chased after the suspect and took him into custody right away. the d.a. says this does appear to be isolated incident and he does want everyone to know there's absolutely no danger to the public this morning. right now we understand the suspect is being interviewed by police. not clear what exactly he is going to be charged with but we know he will be arraigned
quincy. we have dramatic call we will share. >> sara: body of woman found inside a apartment at cliff side commons monday night. investigators spent much of yesterday at the complex. fox25 has learned the woman's car is missing. neighbors tell us they are concerned because they were not told that a crime had been committed in the building. >> it is close, don't think anything like that will happen. >> sara: police do not believe the woman was victim of random attack. >> gene: officer charged with trafficking heroin will be in court. he was selling drugs off-duty after investigation police and arraigned in fall river today. lowell man cruised of
teenager will be charged. he hit truck on friday and then took off. the teen was on the bike at the time, and the pair had been arguing right before the crash. teen remains in the hospital but expected to survive. >> sara: man that carjacked a mother and baby is in custody this morning. police say he approached the woman in brockton questioned as the mom was putting child in their car seat. he flashed a gun demanded the keys and drove off but ended up slamming into a pole about 3 miles away in stoughton. he took off running but police caught up with him. a witness who saw this chase tells us just how frightening it was. >> it is scary. pulled the gun, which is scary, and heard him yell put down your gun. >> sara: police say gun was actually a pellet gun, but it does look like a real one. he faces several charges this morning.
phone and she says she and her daughter are doing okay. >> gene: police in middleborough looking for person that left a dog to die on the side of the road. animal control officers tell fox25 they think it was alive when it was left there. sores on body and officers tell us it must have been terribly negatived and police want to make sure the person that did this doesn't do it again to another animal. >> suffered enough and make sure no other dog went through that. >> gene: dog did not have a chip or tag but police hope someone will recognize the animal and phone in a tip. >> sara: one of the captains of the new england patriots will not be returning next season. linebacker jerrod mayo has decided to retire after playing eight seasons all with the patriots. mayo was defensive rookie of the year in 2008. also earned first team all prohonors in 2010 but faced season ending injuries during
the red sox are launching a new ticket resale website called red sox replay. it allows fans to buy and sell tickets. sellers will be able to set ticket prices and even donate tickets to the red sox foundation for a tax credit. set to go live on march 1st and like other sites red sox replay will still charge you a fee to sell the ticket. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. looking at 14 minute commute on expressway northbound from the braintree split up to granite ave. shiri, to you. >> shiri: a lot of lower 30s and potential for slipping and sliding this morning and a little bit brighter as you head home 35 to 40 at 5:00 p.m., take you hour-by-hour through today's warming forecast. >> gene: boy rushed to the
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>> daniel: name on the gun and former florida governor tweeted photo of the handgun engraved with personalized inscription. it was after he visited a high security firearm company tuesday morning. that's where the gun was manufactured and made. bush says the tweet had a nod -- was a nod to appearance at the
>> went to gun manufacturing facility. the south carolina primary is this saturday. we will continue to follow this story. >> sara: clinton struggled on stage the crowd grew nervous and they started chanting her name until she could recover. this morning polls show that clinton has commanding lead in south carolina right now with the state's primary just around
according to cnn poll she is 18 points ahead of bernie sanders. this comes after sanders won by a landslide in new hampshire. and another big lead on the republican side. the same poll shows donald trump up 16% ahead of ted cruz and marco rubio. the numbers come as president obama said yesterday that he continues to believe that trump will not be the country's next president. >> gene: president obama will nominate the next supreme court justice to replace justice antonin scalia. >> that's not how the system is supposed to work, democracy is supposed to work and intend to nominate in due time a very well qualified candidate.
liberal akil tivist judge to the bench. gene: scalia passed away three days ago and conspiracy theorists saying the death should be investigated. some say pillow was found over his face and the owners of the ranch said that was not true. the family is not doing a autopsy. gene: pope shaking hand and someone pulled on his robe and scolded people for grabbing him and told everyone to stay calm. pope francis will wrap up the trip in mexico today. >> sara: desperate parents of kids with upcontrollable seizures are starting to turn medical marijuana for treatment. it is a controversial but legal treatment here in massachusetts and one mother says she is
>> i know with 100% certainty this is helping me daughter when everything else fails judge. >> sara: her daughter suffered from seizures and calls 95% improvement and tonight at 10:00, crystal haynes uncovers the challenge that parents face in getting a prescription and why some doctors consider the relief too risky. that's tonight on fox25 news at 10:00. >> julie: good wednesday morning now 7:48 and we are still seeing lighter than usual volume most likely because school vacation week, northbound 228 in hingham and rockland rather through hingham and start to slow down slightly by route 18 through weymouth and approach braintree. 95, 24 moving along just fine. expressway pretty typical volume here right around granite avenue, take you out to live look where you can see how slow going it is past exit 14
live drive time 228 to the split and 12 minutes on 24 from 106 to 128, 14 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to columbia road. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. no 50s on the map today, shiri. >> shiri: no 50s today but go into the 40s which isn't too bad this time of the year, julie. temperatures still above average and problem is we are starting close to freezing this morning so along with passing clouds we have potential for black ice on the roads until about 9:00 this morning. i think most of us are going to be nice and warm -- well warm relative, above 32 by 9:00 a.m. and then we got a light wintery mix coming into town friday night into saturday and that's basically our next system that we are watching. 35 right now in boston, a little bit of breeze, winds only at 10 miles per hour and not too worried about those wind, just keep in mind wind chill now at 27 and winds so much lighter than they were yesterday, gusting this morning up around 20 miles per hour, 9:00 a.m. 36 , 11:00 a.m. 40 ,
afternoon, brightest time of the day is going to be right around lunchtime and early afternoon. and weak, weak disturbance that's coming through this morning and did stir up flurries across western new england, not getting much along with it. there's not a lot of juice behind the front. bringing us clouds this morning, not much else. this front kind of the same story. not going to have a lot of umph when it comes through tonight, 10:00 this morning, want to break down we have partly cloudy skies continuing, does look pretty good throughout the day with sun and scattered clouds as you could see here at 2:00 p.m. with future cast. then during the evening hours we see uptick in the cloud cover, but we are keeping any flurries into central northern new england, even western new england. no snow maps needed with this because you will see the flurries essentially fall apart on their way into southern new hampshire or massachusetts or rhode island, so i will keep it dry tonight. mid-40s we will do this afternoon with 44 in boston and plymouth, 43 in lawrence, 42 up
cool spots include orange, worcester, keene, where temperatures today really are limited to the upper 30s lower 40s down across the cape and islands and no, not the 50s of yesterday, but still above average. temperatures tonight back into the 20s. here is my concern. the fact that we will see some additional melting today and possibility that it freezes up on the roadways, especially the sidewalk and steps here into the overnight hours. so again tomorrow i'm going to remind you about black ice. so temperatures tomorrow, mid-30s, so about 10 cooler than it will be this afternoon, we got 34 in boston, here is 7-day forecast with the weekend always in view because as i mentioned that next weather maker going to come in friday night into saturday. here you can see that we just got a patchy mix on the way. that pink is mix and with the high of 49 anything we get out of it, middle of the day or afternoon would be just couple sprinkles, increasing sunday clouds, high 48 again, and another round of light mix here
more substantial storm forming tuesday united into wednesday. back to you guys. >> sara: man was arrested by gunpoint by federal marshalls over outstanding bill. debt he shares with most of america that put him in handcuffs. >> sara: this story made headlines a few months back. a woman drives drunk and films the whole thing on pair scope
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woman live advising her drive home after a night of drinking. police in florida caught wind of it and she was arrested and accepted a plea deal and won't face jail time but will be on probation one year and on community service and treatment for alcohol abuse and also not allowed to go to any bars. gene: man front and center just 18 years old posing as a doctor. authorities went undercover to investigate and did so after receiving a number of complaints they say the teen performed physical exam on agent and then arrested. the teen was under investigation last year for the same scam. facility claimed to be an alternative medical center in urgent care facility. >> sara: thief returns to the scene of the crime only to make things right. police say this guy stole a little girl's birthday gift right off front porch in georgia the gifts were returned next
mailbox that said i'm sorry. that wasn't enough to deter police. they arrested the thief and accomplice a few hours later. officers say he is responsible for several other thefts in the area. >> gene: no message in bottle but pretty cool. relic from city that washed ashore across the pond. >> >> sara: >> shiri: we hit the weekend we see changes and look at saturday, sunday forecast coming up.
give you all the big stories of the morning, including new details on orange line emergency, but first shiri spear is in the stormtracker weather center with look at warm-up. >> sara: >> shiri: things starting to warm up and freezing temperatures warm up and bedford 35 , right now lawrence 35, 36 in nashua, but we are still at just 30 in worcester. i know boston is above freezing but let's zoom in kind of to the in betweens right now. we have several spots like dedham, milton, over to weston and wayland where you still got to be real careful out there, temperature right around 32 means we still have the possibility of some ice. temperatures warming nicely though, so by 10:00 this morning, upper 30s will do, we will have on and off clouds through the morning hours, brighter here at noon, i think this will be the brightest time of the day with temperatures in
during the evening commute and upper 30s, low 40s and partly sunny day and couple flurries around and show where you coming up in couple minutes. >> julie: rule one in saugus and over to live drive time, 17 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 39 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector, 24 minutes on 128 from route 1 in peabody to the
>> sara: one man dead and one under and outside the bar on north main street with where the case heads next, jess. >> jessica: bringing as much information as he can but dea out here early this morning and confirms unfortunately man in his 20s was killed right outside this bar around 1:00 this morning and another man was taken into custody here. police were out here processing the scene for about five hours this morning, but cleared the scene around 6:30. now, it happened right as bar was closing this morning. police had actually just pulled someone over just up north main street from here. so when they heard this come over the radio, they rushed right over here, chased after the suspect and took him into custody. the police radio calls from the minutes right after this happened are very intense.
>> local shots fired, party on foot running through the parking lot. >> jessica: not clear exactly what it will be charged with but be arraigned over at quincy district court and we are going this. coming up in just 30 minutes we have video of the huge piece of evidence that police hauled from the scene around 4:30 this morning. live in randolph, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: fire in templeton and it is now out. this is video we got around 3:00 this morning and flames shooting out of the home on boynton road. no word at this hour what caused the fire or if there are any injuries but we are working to get more information from fire official. the house is built in the 1850s and registered with the national historic society. >> sara: stormy night leaves big mess for homeowners to clean up this morning. take look at bigotry in wellesley that came crashing down on to power lines.
live outside the home. stephanie, power crews just arrived to work on this damage. >> stephanie: they will have to replace one entire poll and take a look behind me and see the new pole right there with the orange flag and they will have to use the drill right here to drill into the ground so they can replace it. but photographer pan over to this massive tree. this is what caused all of this. this tree fell on to the power poles damaging that power pole. now, the good news is thankfully it didn't fall on top of this home but the family living inside as you can imagine did not spend the night. devin o'keefe was cooking dinner for children she takes care of when all of a sudden heard loud crash. >> put kids in the basement, called the mom, did what i could and turned everything off and it was frightening.
intense winds topple the tree and knocked out power. >> lights were on and then heard flash and then lights went out. >> stephanie: o'keefe has never gone through anything like this and truly wondered if she was going to make it. >> i grabbed them close. >> stephanie: power was out as transformer. power is back on but because pole, work here will take continues. in wellesley, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. >> sara: wind was certainly howling in boston. you can see people struggling to walk. sent umbrellas flying and stopped people in their tracks and some places winds are blowing over 60 miles per hour. and take a look at this video of what strong winds did in raynham
gusts knocked down a brick wall at car dealership last night. as you could see here, part of the wall fell on to car in the parking lot. the owner of central mitsubishi on route 44 sent us a photo of the damage, and we actually alerted firefighters to it. this morning week tell now one was hurt. when dangerous weather strikes. go to the fox25 weather app and here you can see receive severe weather alerts and forecast for your town. the app is available for free in apple store and google play. >> gene: 80:00 and police think robbery at local gun store could be linked to two other crimes. hitman firearms in tyngsborough early monday morning. they got away with four guns. police officer owns gun shop and investigators think this is connected to robbery two weeks ago in hooksett, new hampshire. this is surveillance video from that incident showing two suspects outside wicked weaponry new hampshire and massachusetts state police are reviewing surveillance footage to try to track down the suspect. gene: armed robbery ends
drive was wanted in connection with robberies in malden and revere, including one at 7-eleven yesterday afternoon. witnesses described hectic end to the chase. >> sara: >> police car came by me and swiped the car and took the car out and i guess he hit the ride side of the car, spun them out and put them on the walgreen parking lot. >> gene: suspect was taken into custody. sara: hundreds of people attended funeral mass for caitlin clavette. she was triathlete and art teacher in milton. she was on her way to work friday when the heavy metal cost hit the windshield of her car. after the crash crews inspected every manhole along the expressway. state police are still investigating how that cover became loose. fox25 investigation finds the
covers as thoroughly as it should. all manhole covers are supposed to be checked every two years but there's no database listing every metal cover in the state. all covers in boston were inspected after caitlin clavette's death, but we asked governor charlie baker why more wasn't done. >> other things more productive we like people to be doing while they are out there reviewing safety of our roads and bridges. >> sara: baker says the state is following highway federal safety standards and nothing out of the ordinary was found when highway inspectors examined more than 900 manhole covers in boston. gene: gambling revenue at plainridge park. it had fallen since end of june. plainridge park is on pace to earn $160 million the first year, well below initial projections for the site. today the second winner or
breaking powerball jackpot will come forward. one of the three winning tickets was sold at grocery store in melbourne beach, florida. one was in tennessee and one was in california. jackpot worth $1.6 billion. we will tell you about the winner on social media accounts as soon as we find out who it is. >> sara: this morning people across the pond know what the salem news is, and that's because this salem news mailbox washed up on shore in wales. a group of students found it when cleaning up the beach after the storm. the group's leader he determined it was from salem, mass when saw the witch and reached out to the paper to confirm it. the mailbox probably ended up in the ocean after accidently getting scooped up by plow last winter. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes and we are up to 37 community on 93 south from 495 in andover down to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: finally seeing a lot
freezing this morning. so i got a temperature of 34 now, by 9:00 a.m. 36 , 10:00 a.m. 38 warm-up underway and show where you temperatures are headed this afternoon next. >> gene: ten minutes after 8:00, three bedroom two bath cost $2 million. why the run down property comes with incredibly large price tag. >> woke up slowly with my hands up. i'm here, i'm here. >> sara: plus federal agents arrested this man at gunpoint. ne 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.
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direct flight and first flight from the dominican republic to new york's jfk airport had to be diverted to manchester, new hampshire on sunday during all the winter weather we had. these are pictures from some of those passengers. then late last night those same passengers were diverted to logan airport after hitting severe turbulence on the way back to new york. >> daniel: passengers wait two hours for all clear to leave and described a situation on board as kay on the and i can tell us people were frustrated and even arguing and should have never taken off from new hampshire in the first place. >> let us take off to jfk when weather conditions shouldn't
it was scariest thing in my life >> daniel: many passengers wanted to be reimbursed for the entire cost of the flight and thankfully they are all at least home safely this morning. in the newsroom, i'm girl, fox25 news. >> gene: fbi cannot get password from iphone unlocked on the screen and iphone erase awe data after ten unsuccessful attempts to lock the device. the fbi is asking apple to take the function off so they can try as many password tempts as possible to get into the phone without erasing data. apple says they don't want to lose the trust of their customers. >> sara: federal court in houston issuedrity warrant for 1500 people that are behind on student loan payments.
the of his home at gunpoint by at u.s. marshall and he was shot when taken into u.s. custody. >> judge wants to see you. >> sara: man paid off $1,500 and was not aware he owe on third. man was arrested at gunpoint because he initially resisted and told officers he had a weapon. >> gene: there should not be 100-dollar bill. scrapped to make difficult for tax cheats and other criminals. the study argues eliminating larger denomination bills down side for legitimate commerce and make life far more difficult for people that are breaking the law stephen silva revenuers have discovered a new way to fight
researchers at seattle's fred hutchinson cancer research center genetically altered white blood cells to destroy cancer cells. research has not been published nor has it been reviewed by other scientists. however, researchers say the treatment worked in 94% of leukemia patients in the study. >> julie: accident on 93 northbound right as you approach route 1 and start to leave the city and pretty typical of weekday morning commute. over to live drive times, 31 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave, 20 minutes from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel. 27 minutes on 93 -- on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit if the pike. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and chances for
decrease, yes, as temperatures warm up. >> shiri: appropriately i kind of adjusted the graphic. threat for black ice in low category because couple icy spots, frozen spots like worcester right now, couple of suburbs, but most of us are above freezing. likewise a chance for flurries will be low with clouds this morning and winds will be low enough that i don't expect any kind of wind damage. we will just see gusts about 20 miles per hour this morning. a little bit of nuisance wind because going to make it feel cooler, but still at 30 as you mentioned in worcester, mostly cloudy skies, 12 miles per hour breeze, not going to hurt anybody at 10:00 this morning, 34 , so that's around the time that i think we are safely going to be above freezing point, no more frozen spots by 10:00 this morning. noon time 37 , highs there in upper 30s versus boston at 36 with partly sunny skies right now where work into the lower 40s this afternoon and a
the middle of the day. thing not looking too bad, brighten up nicely around lunchtime today and should be some of the brightest weather we have out there during the evening we will see clouds slowly increase again and partly sunny throughout the day. you know, sunshine, scattered clouds, increasing clouds tonight as cold front moves through us and western new england and fall apart as it moves on through tonight and all going to give us passing clouds overnight by the time you wake up tomorrow morning and high pressure driving and loads of sunshine in forecast especially away from the immediate coast. here is tricky part, winds from the north, picks up a little bit of moisture along the ocean and clouds most like lie here over the middle and outer cape picking up a little more moisture and could see a little clouds leak over to the north shore boston, south shore, not
you guys, but i guess the only spots at risk for getting any kind of snow showers will be there at across the cape. chilly air really coming in with north winds, end up being the coldest day of the 7-day forecast for tomorrow but for today high temperatures making way into the low and mid-40s, got about 43 boston up to beverly and down to plymouth, 45 in norwood, but only 38 in worcester and orange and keene. tonight we will drop back into the 20s and high temperatures tomorrow quite a bit cooler and inland sunshine and few more clouds at the coast and slight chance for some snow down across the south shore and the cape here and 10% risk of snow tomorrow and going to see focus from plymouth about 30% to 40 over the cape and islands and no snow maps needed and couple bands of ocean effect snow showers giving us perhaps a coating up to inch and couple of
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>> sara: a little boy in oregon accidently eats a cookie baked with marijuana, and he says he has learned an important lesson. >> never eat a cookie that you find on the ground. >> sara: smart. that eight-year-old thought he was just eating a regular cookie he found it at rock quarry near his home but after he says he felt funny his mom realized it was a pot cookie. she took him to the hospital where they monitored for hours because amount of weed it contained could be dangerous to a child. jackson is doing better now but
that he finds in the quarry again. >> julie: buyers fork over two and a half million dollars for tiny run down home. it is missing shingles, rotting, needs a serious paint job. ended up selling for so much because in popular neighborhood. people ranted about this online about how of reach the real estate market is in vancouver. >> gene: i thought it was a house of somebody famous and had history behind it but no. >> julie: just a rich person, future rich person. >> gene: build home after tearing it down, i assume. gene: sitting at home and phone rings and favorite sports teams wants you to suit up for the game. this actually happened. father, banker and goal tender for phoenix coyotes.
goalie can suit up if both are hurt. coyotes backup got injured before the game, he got the call he hasn't played competitive hockey game for than ten years ago and end of the bench and thankfully regular goalie got hurt it could be interesting. $500. >> julie: stipend? >> gene: don't think he is in the team picture. >> julie: shiri, i know you're not a big sports fan. >> shiri: i was part of the emergency gymnastics team. i got my pose ready. winds at or under 10 miles per hour and feeling like 20s for the most part but there are
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complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> sara: now at 8:30, roller coaster ride continues this morning and sadly on the way downhill but there's relief in sight as shiri tracking warm-up. good morning, everybody, it is wednesday, february 17th, and we love the sound of tracking warm-up. >> sara: we do. >> gene: hank finkle who was former celtic. ray finkle get into. thank you for that. >> sara: let's talk about the roller coaster. >> shiri: worcester 30
boylston 32, barre also 32 and traveling into the communities could be careful and lingering ice on the road but temperatures now above freezing and hopkinton at natick 34, boston 36 , reading 34, same in mansfield now and i got 32 in wareham, so yeah, a little bit cool just there because mid-30s ruling from falmouth to sandwich up to south shore this morning. things are warming up and we are going to the 40s. so noon time 41 , mild compared to what's normal, which would be highs just in the upper 30s, so we get up to about 43 at 3:00 p.m., partly sunny skies, still dry at 7:00 this evening, but i do have the chance for a couple overnight flurries tonight, and with those warming temperatures this weekend, a little bit of wintery mix that's going to develop as well and take hour by look at that coming up in a few minutes. julie with live drive time traffic and latest on accident.
waltham and delays stretched back at past 128 and past also to route 30 and also to route 9 right now. shifting south expressway stays slow from braintree split all the way up to nonupon set and slow going north and southbound right now that's because there's an accident at southbound lean so seeing slower volume there than usual. and 30 minutes on the expressway from the braintree south. gene and sara, back to you. >> sara: take a look at this. snow filling "t" stop and climbing out of the windows of trains to get to safety. this happened after a train left the station late last night leaving a few parts behind on the track. fox25 michael henrich is updating the investigation for us live all morning at the state street stop and, michael, they have worked overnight to inspect all of these trains. >> michael: that inspection is
the mbta says they inspected all 120 train cars and passes through the state street stop here in boston and only orange fleet and body panel design on train cars is specific to the orange line. now, the "t" did reinforce 13 metal body panels and spokeman described abundance of caution but as we first reported in the 6:00 a.m.-hour, none of the trains failed inspection after that frightening ordeal last night. pictures taken by "t" rider heather parker show a chaotic scene. parker spoke with fox25 by phone. >> it is a given somebody kicking glass out of window and feel panic. >> michael: mbta says 12 inch 12-foot metal body panel fell
over slamming into the wall and third rail causing smoke. >> people seemed a bit uneasy because it is smoky and started going. >> michael: six minutes later a second train ran over the same sheet of metal causing more smoke and panic you see in these pictures. the mbta says nobody was hurt but it understands why passengers like parker grew concerned. >> don't really know what happened, but i think it is just, you know, another bit of infrastructure failure for the mbta. >> michael: why did the 12-foot body panel fall off? the mbta continues its investigation this morning, and i'm working to find out any potential updates on that and also reached out to ask whether we can get a firsthand look at the panel and condition of the train as soon as i hear back on
you in update here on fox25 morning news. for now live in boston, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: man about to go to court within the hour to face murder charges. jessica reyes has been covering the story all morning outside the bar with more on arrest made in the case. >> jessica: it all happened outside the bar as it was closing at 1:00 this morning, d.a. was on scene at 5:00 this morning, and he did tell us a man in mid-20s was killed outside of here. another man he says was arrested and expected to be arraigned later on this morning. we do have video from right around 4:30 this morning, see car being towed outside the bar. d.a. did not say what exactly the car did not have to do with the investigation, only telling evidence. we understand police were here in just matter of seconds actually because they had just pulled someone over steps from here on north main street. when they heard this over the
chased after the suspect and took him into custody right away the d.a. says this seems to be isolated incident and wants everyone to know there's absolutely no danger to the public this morning. right now we understand the suspect is being interviewed by police. it is not clear what he is going to be charged with but. jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: homicide investigation this morning, body of woman found inside an apartment at cliff side common on monday night. investigators spent much of yesterday at this complex. fox25 learned the woman's car is missing. neighbors tell us they are
told at crime had been committed in the building. police don't believe the woman was the victim of random attack. >> gene: corrections officer will be in court. steven labro worked at correction at complex and selling drugs while off-duty after weeks of investigation police arrested him yesterday afternoon and he will be arraigned in fall river today. gene: lowell man accused of intentionally running over teenager with his car will be charged. calvin souza hit the 15-year-old victim with his truck on friday and then took off. teen was on the bike at the time and pair had been arguing right before the crash. charged with assault with intent to murder. teen remains in hospital but expected to survive. >> sara: police approached car as mom putting child in their car seat.
keys and drove off but ended up slamming into a pole about 3 miles away in stoughton and took off running and police did catch him. witnesses that saw the chase saw how frightening it was. >> >> it was scary, really was. pulled the gun, which was scary and heard him yell put down the gun. >> sara: it does look like a real one but actually a pellet gun. we spoke to the mother on the phone and she says she and her daughter are doing okay. >> gene: white german shepherd found on lakeville town line and officers tell fox25 they think he was alive when left there and had sores on body and officers told us must have been terribly negatived and police want to make sure the person that was responsible cannot do this again to another animal.
make sure no other dog did that. >> sara: this morning new england college at forefront of finding vaccine to cure the zica virus. according to the globe revenuer at university of connecticut started working on vaccine weeks before the outbreak. two vaccine makers in connecticut already contacted the researcher to collaborate and declared the zica virus an international health emergency and president obama has asked congress for nearly $2 billion to fight it. >> gene: one of the captains for new england patriots will not be returning. jerrod mayo has decided to retire. mayo defensive rookie of the year in 2008 and all pro owners in 2008 and season ending injuries during the last three years. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten
heavy and steady as you make your way into boston and live drive times, first here is shiri. >> shiri: temperatures above freezing and couple patches slippery in central massachusetts but 32 to 36 as you step outside. temperatures closer to 40 at 5:00 p.m. as you head home from work. show you the clearing skies and get the next round of snow and rain coming up next. >> gene: 8:40. hitting slopes on streets in boston and blizzard video that has been viewed thousands of times.
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with picture and one word hashtag. why people are paying so much attention from a picture from jeb bush. >> daniel: it was from a tweet posted yesterday. simply says america but it is what's attached to the tweet. this picture here of a gun. former florida governor tweeted the photo of the handgun engraved with the personized inscription that was jeb bush. he visited a high security firearm security in columbia, south carolina tuesday morning. that's where the gun was made. bush says the tweet was nod to his appearance at gun factory. >> lots of jobs were created and honored to have it. >> daniel: backlash and jokes flooded social media and used same america caption and seen
food to star what wars and he has three town hall meetings today. the primary is this saturday. we will continue to follow the story all morning. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: polls show clinton has commanding lead in south carolina with the state's primary just around the corner. according to cnn poll, hillary clinton is 18 points ahead of bernie sanders. this comes after sanders won by landslide in new hampshire. now, another big lead on republican side, the same -- pole up 16% and numbers come as president obama said yesterday and trump will not be the country's next president. >> gene: shaking hands with crowd when someone pulled pope francis' robe and knocked him on to child with wheelchair. no one got hurt but he quickly scolded people and told everyone to stay calm. pope francis will wrap up the
>> sara: sonogram picture warmed hearts around the world and now a pregnant mom who got devastating news will help comfort her during tough times. this picture shows her twin holding hands in the womb. kansas mom was told one of them wouldn't survive but thankful she has the photo to remember him by and baby got to experience some love in his life. >> most twins when trying to take pictures .
seeing a difference. >> i know this is helping my daughter when everyone else failed. >> sara: her daughter ashley suffered from seizures when she was five months old. she credits the drug for calling 95% improvement. tonight at ten fox25 crystal haynes uncovers the challenge that parents face in getting prescription and why some doctors consider this relief too risky. that's tonight on fox25 news at 10:00. >> julie: 8:48, things looking good on route 3 from 228 in rockland through weymouth and up to the braintree area. approaching 128 and 24 or on 95. expressway still slow but that's usually our problem spot as you head from furnace brook parkway exit 14 and to columbia road. here are live drive times 11 minutes route 3 from 228 to the split, 12 minutes 24, 13 minutes
shiri spear joining us now and good news you have is most towns are above freezing today. >> shiri: threat of black ice here. last of it in central massachusetts over the next hour to hour and a half and stronger storm system and it is my job to give you heads up and 36 in boston right now under partly sunny skies and 10 miles per hour winds and winds not going to be nearly what they were yesterday, nothing damaging, just some gusts, 20 to 30 miles per hour, which is going to make you feel a little bit cooler, not do any damage. brightest day around noon time
disturbance coming through and stirring up some of the early morning clouds, especially further north and west you go, through 10:00 a.m. what to expect with future cast. 2:00 p.m. there's your sunshine. there's your scattered clouds. whole lot of nothing going on but at least we got temperatures in the 40s today and 7:00 this evening, couple more clouds leaking in and notice we have a couple snow showers over western new england into central northern new england and those are flurries over the higher elevation and not going to get any of that here and cold front coming through will be nearly as weak as one that we see passing through right now, result just some clouds. temperaturewise today, 42 lawrence, 41 portsmouth, new hampshire, 42 in fitchburg, we got upper 30s for highs in worcester, orange and southwestern new hampshire and 45 in norwood and that's going to be one of the balmy spots, 43 in plymouth down to new bedford and 41 in hyannis this afternoon, 20s back in the forecast tonight so any melting that we see today, things will
at risk will be the sidewalks, so main roads should be amply tweeted here by the time you get out for the thursday morning commute. thursday's highs in the middle 30s and cooler by comparison and inland sunshine but closer to the coast you go and more clouds you find in the thursday forecast. slight chance that we get an ocean effect snow shower over the cape, otherwise keeping it dry. let's take a closer look at that light wintery mix here friday night into saturday and hour-by-hour look, you will see it is very patchy out there. pink indicates mixing. why? because temperatures warming up to 49 . we will see things melt away pretty quickly here and means schwenkles will continue at -- sprinkles will continue saturday sunday dryer at 48 . again, light wintery mix possible sunday night into monday but set tuesday night into wednesday's storm we will be watching closely the next week. back to you guys.
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>> gene: incredible video two professional skiers doing their thing all over the city, parked cars in beacon hill, hit the stairs at city hall plaza and parking garage at alewife and scenes shot last winter and daredevils told us they ran into trouble with police while they were filming. >> realize not ill
intention and doing skiing ask doing something creative with the time. >> gene: documentary called for lack of better and took
footage together. >> sara: coming to boston first time. check it out. charles river on august 20th august 20th and competition features homemade flying machines and dive off a
30-foot platform. most entries end up plunging right into the water. some manage to fly for a few feet and due may 13th if you are interested. sara: family pet credited for saving lives following a scare in their home. last week nicole picked up twin girls from school and headed home. she immediately felt sick and went to lay down. the border collie named abby was acting a bit strange. >> jumped up and possibling and pawing at me and lift up head with nose. >> sara: when nicole got up to take the dog out she heard the
now they are looking for the perfect treat to thank abby. >> gene: that is a great dog. 11:55. a lot more coming your way. storm left mess at local home. next underway right now to fix the problem. >> shiri: nice quiet forecast the next couple of days. rain and snow very low friday into saturday and look to plan around for the upcoming weekend next. >> sara: longest running cartoon on television is trying something they have ne 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.
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new tatment showing promise 90% of patients. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> julie: it is 9:00, february 17th, i'm julie grauert. >> daniel: i'm daniel miller. great news for drivers. finally warming up so no more black ice to deal with. fox25 shiri spear in the stormtracker weather center with look at rising temperatures. good news. >> shiri: worcester 31 and rest of the area bumped into the upper 30s in boston at 37 and plymouth 37 and bedford and lawrence 37 , we have clouds out there, especially further inland you go and future cast here as we head toward 99 time today though, lower 40s in the works and then you can see this afternoon, we tap into the 40s