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pictures toet you through the day. police are still searching for this missing holbrook mother. coming up, what her husband has to say. and another victory for donald trump, his third in a row. >> we weren't expected to win that much and now we are winning, winning, winning. the results of a very close race and why it is so significant. >> complete new england coverage starts right now, this is the station station. >> gene: good morning, thank you for being with us on this wednesday morning. i am gene lavanchy. >> sara: and i am sara underwood. our reporters are covering all the big stories of the morning includes the wet weather. to our storm weather center. and still slippery spots. >> reporter: carry us through the morning commute into central massachusetts.
a winter weather advisory through noon. nashua and portsmouth under a winter weather advisory. and ought toward keene, the mananock. the threat for most of the day with temperatures getting stuck in the 30s. talking of 30s. 31 in worcester. 32 barre over to leominster. 31 ins who his, new hampshire. we will see light icing. 32 in newton, new hampshire. to tewksbury, 35. lexington, 37. boston, 39. and we are in the 40s already for the south shore down to the cape and islands. so we warm up significantly down into southeastern massachusetts. issue southern mass and new hampshire throughout most of the morning and light snip place. pockets of steadier rain developing this afternoon. highs 40 to 50 degrees. it and time out that second batch of heavy rain coming up. over to julie grauert with live
drive time traffic this morning. judd, des night the ice, still pretty decent out there. >> julie: things looking quiet. route 1, 93 south moving along fine. 128 no major issues to report making the way down to the pike. wide open from 495 past 128 into the allston brighten areas. road are wet areas through brighton and volume is nice and light. 25 minutes on the pike. 495 to mass avenue. 20 minutes on the expressway pike. 23 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. gene and sara, back to you. the roads are very wet, take it slow this morning and in some spots, temperatures still below freezing. fox25's michael henrich continues our team coverage. he and our photographer are on the road in downtown leominster where it is getting where it is getting. >> reporter: yeah, kind of a mix. a little twrans significances period. it was rain a half hour ago and
area and 15 minutes ago we got flurries. and when we were parked a moment ago -- i stuck my hand out the window while we were mist. you know the feeling when your hand falls asleep and pins and needles, a little tingle. that is how the mist feels right now leominster. on the roadway, just slick. definitely wet. definitely on the sides and center median, a little buildup of some of the precipitation we had over the last hour or so and gearing up for more of a transition. 455 different crews out on the roadways throughout the commonwealth as we reported a half an hour ago. we will keep you updated and back to you guys. >> gene: download the fox25 weather app for the latest forecast and timelines. we will be tracking the rain and the snow as it moves through the area. shiri will be back in just minutes with the latest forecast, and, of course, julie
us throughout the morning. we continue to follow breaking news out of holbrook where this woman has vanished. she was supposed to pick up her son from day care on monday but never showed up. catherine parrotta is live outside the holbrook police station where police are asking people to help find her. catherine? >> reporter: they are asking for information and they are continuing to work on this as well. i did go into the police department when we first arrived this morning and told them to check back in a little later on and didn't have an update that the thank time. at this time still pursuing leads, doing what they can to find this missing mother. >> i . >> we want her home safely. >> reporter: he spoke to the media through the door of his home. his wife missing for 24 hours. detectives and her husband giving few clue where is she might be. >> i cannot disclose that much information. >> reporter: police say sa les was last seen around 3:00 in the afternoon. she left her job at a taunton walgreen's an hour earlier to pick up her 10-year-old son
she never showed up. her husband went to police a few hours later. >> they are still working on it and let them do their job up. >> reporter: police don't suspect foul play but they say her phone is turned off. last seen driving a white toyota camry. for now her son is staying with relatives. her husband waiting in their home as police pursue every lead they have. they believe able to get information about where she may have last been before that happened. so we will tell you more about that coming up next hour. for now live in holbrook, catherine parrotta, fox25 morning news. and in another missing person's case, police searched the charles river for a man who vanished in downtown boston 11 days ago. zachary marr was in boston celebrating his 22nd birthday at the at the bell in hand when he disappeared. the police commissioner tells fox25 they have new advance video that lead them to believe that marr fell into the water. a search of the water so far
it is three in a row for donald trump. the billionaire gop front runner winning another landslide victory in nevada. fox25's daniel miller has the results, and daniel, the race for second place was just settled this morning. >> daniel: yeah, the last hour and all the votes have been counted and donald trump is the winner. he claimed 46% of the votes. florida senator marco rubio defeated texas senator ted cruz in a tough battle for second place. marco rubio earned 24%. cruz took 21%. ben carson and governor john kasich finished way behind the leaders. after being declared the winner nevada, trump told supporters he will be the republican nominee. >> we weren't expected to win that much and now we are winning, winning, winning in the country. and soon the country will start winning, winning, winning. >> according to a survey taken
voters made up their mind more than a week ago picked trump. 40% of those who made the choice in the last week voted for marco rubio. also this morning a republican party official in nevada said there was chaos at several caucus sites. the "washington post" says the number of people that showed up overwhelmed organizers at some sites near las vegas. and some were spotted wearing trump t-shirts and hats and the head of the nevada republican party say they have not received any official reports of voting irregularity of voting irregularities. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. as republicans caucused, democratics focused on south carolina where hillary clinton has double-digit lead over bernie sanders. at a town hall, sanders tried to put a dent in clinton's support. clinton called for honesty particularly issues of race. sanders lacks support of minorities particularly in the south, but sanders took a tough
for a release of transcripts of street banks bernie sanders bernie sanders i am really happy to release all of my paid speeches to wall street. here it is, chris. there ain't none. >> every single time they have hurled these charges against me -- which they have done -- it proved to be nothing. >> sara: the south carolina saturday. the massachusetts primaries are around the corner, and fox25 has you covered. march 1 is super tuesday across the nation. we will have full coverage of the results on air on our app and online at myfoxboston.com. we are following developing news in the south this morning. several storms have killed at least three people. winds pummeled the area and spawned tornadoes across the gulf. strong rains and winds into southern georgia schools have been cancelled today because of the weather. one of the worst-hit areas was a mobile home park in louisiana where two people died and 30 people were injured.
down and ripped apart homes, brought down power lines an sent cars flying. meteorologist have issued flashflood and tornado watches and expect more severe weather throughout the afternoon. rescue crews will get the first real look at the damage when the sun comes up this morning. this morning, the head this morning, the headmaster of a local school is apologizing to students for failing to deal with faith-based -- race-based slur. the headmaster of boston latin regrets there with as not more urgency in the school's response. the investigation said that the school did not properly handle an incident where a black student was called a racial slur and threatened. six other alleged incidents were reported. students and civil rights group call for the headmaster to be removed. this morning the naacp wants the justice department to investigate. a massachusetts state senator under federal investigation will not seek reelection. last week, fox25 first reported on a ray at the law office of state senator brian joyce.
investigation involving both the fbi and the irs. last night, his office released a statement saying he worked hard for his district while always trying to abide by the rules. the milton democrat has been the target of at least two ethics investigations over the year. state republican committee called for him to resign last week. we are working to get governor baker's reaction to joyce's decision later on today. red sox roster begins spring training workouts in florida. position players have teamed up with pitchers and catchers in ft. myers including david ortiz that will retire. one of the big moves to welcome david price. the pair had sparred when price was in tampa in particular. both said that they are happy to be on same team. >> playing together now. we -- we are here to -- they brought anymore, to try to win the championship here. >> for him to come and get me and make me feel as comfortable
that was something definitely i needed. >> now in the off season, price signed a seven-year, $217 million contract to be the new ace of the red sox pitching staff. fox25 sports director fox25 sports director tom leyden and butch stearns, you can see their reports from jet can see their reports from jetblue park all week on fox25 and follow along on twitter, instagram and facebook for bonus coverage on social media. >> julie: check traffic and weather. looking for a commute from andover to the zakim. shiri. >> shiri: road conditions are wet, 95, 128, 495, just rain out there. out across route 2, some franz, some icy concerns into central massachusetts and mass pike, you have to head into almost the worcester area to really start seeing that icy come into play. i will show you when everyone is above freeze is above freezing next. his family did not want,
you place pike. toward worcester we start to see rain and that's where we see freezing rain over to leominster. all know kind of patchy right now, that threat right into southern new hampshire. well, breaking this morning. a plane with 23 people has crashed in nepal. the small plane was supposed to be in the air for 19 minutes but contact was lost 8 minutes after takeoff, officials say the weather was clear when the plane disappeared. they are investigating what caused that plane to go down. new details this morning about the uber driver who has confessed to killing six people in kalamazoo, michigan. he aspen the hours before the rampage in a gunshot. jason dalton open fired in michigan last weekend. new surveillance images of dalton in the gun store. the owner who knew dalton said
joking with the staff. he bought a jacket with an inside pocket designed for a handgun. they believe a semiautomatic gun was used but not purchased that day. residents of watertown are being asked to make a difficult decision and could have some reliving the scary reliving the scariest moment of their life. a movie company wants to recreate the shootout between police and the boston marathon bombers. fill testimonying would tack place on the same streets where the battle and will three years ago and the film is called "patriots day." for some the tragedy seems like it just happened. >> or anything like that. you immediately think, is that a gunshot? >> sara: as of now filming will start in late april. residents will be given a choice to stay in their homes or go to a hotel. those who do stay will receive compensation from the production company. a plan to house venom use
this morning. the state department of fishery the state department of fisheries and wildlife reached out to residents for input last night. they want to put timber rattlesnakes on an island in the quabbin reservoir the quabbin reservoir. they want to revive the endangered rattlesnake population. residents said they have nothing to be concerned about but that didn't seem to ease anyone's mind. >> snakes don't stay put. they move. they slit he places. and these can swim. so i really think that there is a danger to humans. >> gene: officials say the snakes won't have any motivation to leave the island and the state chose the location because it is already off limits to the public. good will good morning, everyone, 6:18. things are mellow and pike is moving along fine past 128 into boston. shifting north of town, 93 south, a little bit slow around the cloverleaf as you head through work oburn and into
problematic. wet roads out there. a live look at route 1 in saugus. volume starting to pick up slightly and you can see the reflection of the head lights off of that wet pavement. your live drive times. 14 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 32 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. 24 minutes on 128 as you head from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now detailing that shiri. >> yeah, wet and foggy and kind of one of those worst days out there, julie and a washout of a day essentially. you can see the live shot coming in from boston. it kind of slides over. we have slow clouds swallowing the building. drizzly and foggy through the rest of the morning commute. we have a couple of icy spots inland until about noontime today, and we have 50s area-wide with rain and wind tonight. so it gets warmer and warmer as we go straight into the overnight hours and tomorrow morning. along and inside of 495, it is
into central mass, parts of the merrimack valley, southern new hampshire, with we have pink popping up and sleet and freezing rain this morning. so there will be some icy concerns there. not in boston though. boston, 40 degrees at 8:00 this morning. 44 degrees by noontime today. near 50 degrees by 6:00 this afternoon with on-and-off showers really throughout the day and worcester, though, we get stuck in the 30s most of the morning. and until about noontime, we have likely a couple of icy spots in and around the boston area. same newspaper nashua, new hampshire. temperatures getting pretty trapped here versus somewhere like plymouth where temperatures are still mild. and 42 degrees at 8 a.m. 10 a.m., 46. and we are in the 50s by noon and we are in the 50s by noontime today in southeastern massachusetts. you see the same old rain and nobody is getting pretty weather to go along with it a after 7:00, most of what we have will be drizzle in eastern chest and into southern new hampshire, central mass is
so do you need to travel carefully in those locations. noontime today where you can see showers are still pretty light and pretty scattered. a couple panel of rain this afternoon. the real heavy stuff along with the real warm temperatures slide in overnight tonight between 2 a.m. and 8 a.m. your best bet for downpours. some strong gusts, perhaps even a passing thunderstorm so this will have impacts on your thursday morning commute 37 thursday morning commute thursday morning commute. although that is it for the wet weather worries and clouds start breaking apart through university noon, and we have another surge of winds that develop during the afternoon. in particular strong over southeastern half for gusts. and wind damage kind of at both ends of the day. morning with the passing showers and in the afternoon with strengthening gwinnett. today's high temperature, 49 in boston. 44 in worcester. only 39 in nashua, new hampshire. upper 40s, upper 50s by plymouth.
everybody, we get these 50s and temperatures peak early in the day. we cool down with a couple of flurries. friday, clouds gradually clear. and upper 40s with some sunshine. on saturday, a few more sunday clouds at 49 degrees. and if you are missing the 50s, don't worry, they are back in town by monday with a late threat of some rain. back over to you. all right, shiri. well, you know you can get food and grocery and groceries delivered to your door. if you want a glass of wine with that meal, you can get that too. a growing industry making new stops here. always exciting this time of
ate -- froot loop -- but not millennials. they say cereal is inconvenience because they have to clean up after eating. the humanity julie the horror. they leave it in their parents sink because they live at home. the baby gorilla was the first one delivered through a c-section. check it out. >> sara: oh, my gosh julie this little boy was born at the bristol zoo in england. >> little baby. >> julie: human-like features. almost a handful go through c-section. the process was difficult. after three hours the procedure was a success. >> sara: my little baby. i never seen one that little. >> julie: me neither. >> sara: wow. that is really incredible video that is really incredible video. so move over grumpy cat. a new feline capturing everyone a new feline capturing everyone's attention online. this is toby the cat.
him the prettiest scat on the internet. he has stunning blue eyes. white fur. kobe has more than 300,000 followers so far. i am not a cat person julie neither am i, a good-looking cat. vander spwilt trending on social need i can't. we are talking about the university, not the heiress to the railroad fortune. last night the end of the first half, a florida player gets his shot blocked and henderson grabs the ball. it is a 80-foot -- wasn't even a shot. a check pass. footer. vanderbilt beat florida 87-84 and will probably be the play of the year in college basketball. >> sara: and i think he will have a big giant career, shir. >> shiri: absolutely. that is absolutely impressing. the light icing will continue through the morning in central mass, southern new hampshire. the next round of heavy rain
for in for a stretch right here. >> we should expect it, right. it is that time of the year, and. >> you are saying the temperatures on their way up. >> feel great. overnight, you will come into work tomorrow and say -- >> this feels fantastic because it is going to be so warm overnight tonight and into tomorrow. right now not too bad temperature-wise in boston. 39 degrees there, and peabody and randolph. 33 in lawrence. we are above freezing and framingham at 34 degrees. we have 40s across southeastern massachusetts from the south shore down to the cape and islands right now with a little bit of drizzle in place, but you can see we have the cooler temperatures out toward auburn at 32. worcester, 31. fitchburg, 32 and freezing temperatures to windham, new hampshire. amherst, new hampshire. joffery at 29 degrees. so obviously as you go over the border, there is going to be a concern for icy conditions there and into central massachusetts. we still have a winter weather advisory that goes until 10:00
at noontime, most of the areas will be seeing temperatures. place. showers will tend to lighten up. and it does stay wet on and off throughout the day and by 7:00 mild. it gets warmer overnight. we will time thought -- now let's send it over to julie for live drive time traffic. hey, julie. >> julie: we are seeing wet roads but moving along on pike from framingham through the alston-brighton area. the slow spot on the expressway which we are used to starting along the braintree split and continuing up to morrissey boulevard. take a look and this is what we are dealing with as shiri has mentioned, rainy, overcast and a little bit of fog and bumper-to-bumper traffic past exit 13. over to your drive times, 29 minutes on the pike eastbound from 49520 from 495 to mass ave. 39 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. i will let you know when things
gene and sara, back to you. all right, julie, rain is make making for wet roads and poor visibility for the morning commute. fox25's michael henrich and his photographer is on the roads this morning with our drive cam and in lancaster. they are monitoring the conditions, and michael, you stay feels like pins and kneeledles hitting the wind windshield? >> reporter: that is felt like when we were parked a few minutes ago. up with. how light the mist was. it has intensified in the last couple of minutes as we get off of route 2 west here, just crossing over to the leominster side of things and getting on to 190. because we wanted 20 show folks what the on ramp and off ramp looks like. a little bit of snow built up on the right side of the lane in certain parts, and certainly is slicker here on the ramp, on the transition, rather than the main roadway itself. but we want to prepare people for what's out there because if you take it too lightly, that is where people run into
mass dot urging caution as well mass dot urging caution as well. 465 crews treating the roadways across the commonwealth and we are keeping a close eye continue to getting on 190 headed back to the worcester area and we will get you an updated report from there in a little bit. back to you, guys. all right, michael, download the fox25 weather app keeps you on top of the latest forecast and typelines throughout the day. we have been tracking the rain and snow as it moves through the area. shiri will be back in a few minutes with the latest forecast. of course julie have all the drive times for us throughout the morning. this morning, donald trump celebrating his third straight victory the campaign trail. with all of the votes now count with all of the votes now counted, trump is the clear winner of last night's republican caucus in nevada. florida senator marco rubio finished -- defeated ted cruz in a tough battle for second place. marco rubio earned 24%. cruz took 21%.
behind the leaders. after winning in nevada, trump told reporters that he is going to be the problem nominee. >> we weren't expected to win too much and now we are winning winning, winning, winning in soon the country will start winning, winning, winning. a taken at caucus sites. trump. 40% of people who made their choice in the last week voted for marco rubio. massachusetts primaries are right around the corner. march 1 is super tuesday across the nation. full coverage on air and on our app online at myfoxboston.com. police say a drunk driver is to blame for a bad accident in weymouth. this is a look at the aftermath that sent a pedestrian and a driver to the hospital. jessica reyes is live at the scene on washington streets where people are still rattled by what they saw, jess. >> they certainly are, sara.
very, very chaotic on this busy stretch of washington street. this morning you can see they are getting busier. getting a look at how busy this road gets later into the morning. we know the suspect and the victim, both of them still in the hospital as we speak, and people who saw that all play out, said that that this victim is extremely lucky to still be alive. >> we just saw a couple of people go in the ambulance, and it has just been hectic. >> reporter: a chaotic scene on busy washington street in weymouth where an accused drunk driver hate man crossing the street leaving whim life-threatening injuries. >> big bang. i was in the store over here. just talking. that. >> reporter: the suspect is this man, 5-year-old thomas moheal. he and the victim are in the hospital. people in the area say another car had to swerve out of the way at the very last second slamming into this sign. >> i was told that a pedestrian had been crossing the street.
one of the vehicles there, and it dragged him and went up on the curve and otter one swerved to get out of the way. >> reporter: mohan's mom told fox25 her son got the chrysler pacifica a couple of days ago. >> right now i feel that he should not have been driving under the influence. >> reporter: police say her son was not under the influence of alcohol but drugs too. she says her thoughts and prayers are with the victim's family this morning. >> i pray for them, and i hope that they will be all right. that's all i can say. a suspect will be taken to court and arraigned right away, but because mohan is still in the hospital, not clear if he will be arraigned from his hospital bed or if they will wait until he is released. i have reached out to the da on that waiting for get an answer back and let you know as soon as i get word this morning. live in weymouth, jessica reyes live in weymouth, jessica reyes, fox25 morning news.
police continue their search for a local woman who never showed up to pick up her son from daycare. judith sales last seen monday afternoon. she was on her way to pick up the 10-year-old but never arrived. he called police who tracked her phone to connecticut. her husband says he has no idea why judith nor her phone would be there and hopes police can bring her back. i cannot disclose much information. >> gene: sales was last seen driving a white toyota camry with the license plate 193, nt8 with the license plate 193, nt8. if you have seen her or nowhere she might be call holbrook police. we will be updating you on the search throughout the morning. the deposit of children and families are working to figure out why a little boy was wandering the streets in the middle of the night. the 4-year-old was found walking by himself in dorchester around 3 a.m. we cover this story as it was breaking yesterday morning and since then we learn that the boy said he left the thousand go get chocolate.
as a precaution when they found him, and he is now back with his family. police discover more than they expected inside of a new hampshire home which they thought was a meth lab. police in danville was called to a home in the cotton farm mobile home park and neighbor tipped off police thinking that drugs were made inside. when officers got inside, they found dangerous explosive devices that the man in the home were believed to have made. police and neighbors say they are happy they got there when they did. >> i really don't like it in the neighborhood, but does happen. a lot worse things could happen a lot worse things could happen. i thought might have been a murderer or something. >> 32-year-old matthew starbull was arrested and lives in the home with his mom and sister. a local officer is recovering after she was dragged by a car on route 30 in wayland. sergeant jennifer ordway was talking to the driver through the passenger window when the car started to drive off. she was dragged nearly 15 feet
the car. driver of the car faces multiple charges this morning. and new this morning, federal agents now say an electronic ankle bracelet found in quincy belonged to the u.s. probation department. the bracelet is used to monitor criminals. uchl we have been tracing the source of the bracelet when his learned that they were circulating an e-mail trying to figure out where it came from. after the first report last any, the chief u.s. probation officer from massachusetts said that the bracelet belonged to that agency and cut off by a person in july. that individual was taken into custody that same month, and is off the streets this morning. we will be working today to find outthe person was ordered to ride the device. this 11-year-old boy said the hoverboard was not worth it it. his burst into flames while he was riding it at his house in
he hopped off just in time and lucky he was not hurt. >> yeah, i was just on it like i usually do, and right when i -- it -- it just started smoking. it is just like -- i don't know how this explain it. it just started smoking. so i obviously got off, and then maybe a couple of seconds later burst into flames. >> gene: fire fighters could see smoke spilling out of the front door when they got to the house. the chelmsford fire chief said the living room wall was heated to 270 degrees. and every ten minutes, we track traffic and weather together for you, and right now the expressway northbound, you will see some foggy, wet conditions. your commute will set you back 18 minutes from the braintree split up to columbia road. shiri? >> shiri: most of eastern massachusetts doing a okay right now. rain and into central mass, we have got freezing drizzle right now and watch out for the ice and into southern new hampshire. a little wintry mix, mostly
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6:44. meteorologist shiri spear here. radar showing a lot of showers across 128. mass pike from boston and framingham. hampshire. the pink in sterling, leominster, lunenberg, town send, nashua, new hampshire over to sharon. that's where we have ice in place right now and some freezing drizzle. we are following developing news this morning in the south where tornadoes left behind scenes like this morning. roofs ripped from their homes. trees torn from their ground in am inform states and at least three people were killed.
now and daniel, people are waking up this morning to some horrible destruction. >> daniel: yeah, a brutal night for thousands of people and people won't know what the damage is until the sun rises. strong winds and heavy rains are pounding the gulf coast. schools in southern georgia are cancelled because of the weather. one of the worst hit areas with a a mobile home park in louisiana where two people died and at least 30 people were injured. tornadoes also let's several people injured in pensacola, florida. one tornado ripped apart an apartment complex. only the bottom floors remain standing. here is one shaken couple. >> what is what is it like down there? >> it is horrible. they are treating us so unfair. >> daniel: check out this cell phone video inside a gold's gym phone video inside a gold's gym. a tornado ripped off the roof and sides of the building. no one was hurt. tornadoes brought down homes, power lines. meteorologists have issued
and expect more severe weather throughout the afternoon. at least at least 20 million people across the southeast could face the risk of severe storms and tornadoes today. and i talked with shiri, she says that same system that is producing severe weather on the gulf coast will bring heavy rains and winds late otheren tonight. we will keep you updated this morning. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. big mess in one los angeles neighborhood. look at this video. a car hit a fire hydrant causing water to fly up high into the air. messed up traffic and flooded the intersection. fire fighters were able to shut that water supply off to the hydrant. they say the hit-and-run driver initially caused all of this. took several days to track the driver down. fox25 investigates a look at what is being done to protect our borders from terrorism. some called the northern board some called the northern boarder a weak link in our defense. just few weeks ago, senators met to discuss the possibility of terrorists crossing the boarder from canada and
>> once they get past us, they have access to the whole u.s. the last line of defense. >> the terrain is rugged and 6 >> the terrain is rugged and 600 miles just in maine. fox25's catherine parrotta spent two days with border patrol and discovered what is done in the air, on the ground, and on the water to keep our country safe. tonight on fox25 news at 10, see who they are stopping, why there is new concern, and how agents are still watching even in areas that are not manned. good morning, everyone approximates it is 6:48 approximates it is 6:48. and start it delays on the commuter rail. 351 has been cancelled. 306 and 301 are also running 20, 30 minutes behind schedule. trains on the providence, stoughton line running behind. double check to see how it will be affected this morning. route 3 south of town still moving along fine from 228 in rockland past route 18 into the
not a lot of issues on 95 or 24 as you approach 128. expressway, though, that's what we are seeing the slowest traffic right now as you head up through naponset and take you for a live look, foggy, hazy and rainy out there. that will slow you down as you head out the door. live drive times. from 228 to the split. 17 minutes on 24 from 106 to 128. 19 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to columbia road. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now, and shiri, kind of a dreary weather say that showed you in the life shot will plague us for a little while. >> not good-looking at us julie >> not good-looking at us julie. this drizzly, foggy morning on tap and a few icy spots that will be with us until lunchtime today. 50s 50s are back with wind tonight. we got a whole lot happening in the next 24 hours. i mean we go from the kind of drizzle in the icy spots now to some -- some different concerns for the day tomorrow. and because it is a different
in with the rain and the wind tomorrow. we have a surge of warm air. at least it will help warm us up. eastern massachusetts is dealing with showers. we still have some icy spots in worcester because it is only 31 degrees. look at keene, new hampshire at 32. i know we are so close to freezing there and temperatures are going to be so slow to warm up. so i do have some concerns especially through the morning and southern new hampshire and parts of central massachusetts for temperatures getting a little bit stuck. warming up slower. keene, southern new hampshire. most of the day we will be in the 30s. degrees. you do get a little bit of a warm-up today as you head into the middle 40s by the end of the day. if you want to see the real big warm-up. and check out where temperatures are headed. and into the 50s. well into the 50s. up 55 degrees by 6:00 this evening out toward plymouth. temperatures will actually continue to rise overnight tonight, and into the morning tomorrow.
when you wake up this time tomorrow. so 39 degrees at 7 a.m. in boston, 40 in beverly. 41 in plymouth. first near freezing temperatures. worcester up to nashua, keene and orange. hampshire, central massachusetts will be the focus morning. noontime is going to be real light showers out there. afternoon. 5 p.m. temperatures in the upper 50s in boston. 50s in southeastern massachusetts and you can see we are setting ourselves up for a very mild evening. temperature-wise this afternoon temperature-wise this afternoon, 45 in lawrence. 44 in worcester. only 39 in manchester, new hampshire. and upper 50s, close to 60 today. an then tomorrow, everybody gets those 50s. unfortunately, it will come with heavy rain and strong winds in the morning. middle of the day, we do dry out. but we will still have some wind concerns as gusts will be up around 60 miles per hour. we have the potential of wind damage both tomorrow morning
during the afternoon, and southeastern massachusetts, you will have to be on the lookout for strong and gusty winds. after 56 tomorrow, we are at 40 degrees on friday. breezy conditions a couple of morning flurries. we clear out and over the weekend upper 30s in saturday to 49 on sunday and next monday, 54 degrees is back. back to you, guys. >> sara: all right, shiri, that is. high training during an exercise is always essential, but this mom is breaking the internet with her new wine workout. we will show you how this works right after the break. and coming up new at 7:00, a rash of robberies in the usually quiet communities.
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risk detainers whether be transferred home or another country. the president promised to close gitmo on his first day in office. and more opposition for president obama at the supreme court. top senate republicans are refuse refusing to meet anyone the president will nominate to fill antonin scalia's seat on the perch. scalia passed away earlier this month. democrats saying the republicans attempt to block the nomination is sad that the republicans have the right to vote no but should not have the trite not give a nominee a fair hearing. we are learning more of the death of justice scalia. the texas sheriff's department released an innocent report. his body was found with a pillowcase covering his eyes as he was lying on three pillows. a breathing apparatus on table next to the bed. it was switched off. he was not a healthy man. he covered from coronary artery
ailments. his family decided not do an autopsy. the center of disease control are concerned that the zika virus is spreads in the u.s. through sex. 14 reports of sexual transmission of the zika virus. they did not identify the states where these cases are being investigated. cdc added trinidad and tobago and the marshall islands to the list of countries. zika transmission is certainly on going. american academy of dermatology say people may not be doing enough to fight acne. the 50 million americans dealing with acne should be combining two or more treatments to fight the outbreak. recommended treatments, skin therapy, antibiotics, prescription medications and birth control. a young mother's workout is going viral this morning. >> it's a little bit hard we are kids. >> april story call it is the wine workout. she posted it on her facebook
millions of times. >> i saw the wine there. and i was like, you know that would be kind of funny to incorporate wine into this workout video. >> sara: story said she had plenty of feedback both positive and negative, of course. the message is you can work out anywhere with almost anything. why not. >> gene: right on. grocery delivery service will deliver booze in boston. insta-cart will deliver wine, beer and spirits through a local liquor store. they have shots in needham, brookline and boston. and the latest company to get into the alcohol delivery game. >> gene: if you need a little wine in time for your workout, they can help you out about that. >> sara: there you go. >> gene: you whine about your workout. >> and have some cheese. >> gene: forget about working out all together. another option i another option i suppose.
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