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julie grauert. >> daniel: shiri spear has more with next round of storms. >> shiri: wind and couple sprinkles out there and still at 60 in lawrence, 61 in nashua, 60 in fitchburg, temperaturewise things looking great, boston at 54, still bunch of clouds out there, 55 in plymouth, and still got very light showers over the outer cape of nantucket. notice visibility really not all that bad until you hit about the cape and that's where visibility drops to mile in hyannis and half mile in nantucket and where we have the thickest clouds and showers, got the little touch of fog but through noon time get clouds thinning out, that's going to be the brightest time of the daylight morning through lunchtime, and this afternoon in come the clouds again. these are going to be very patchy showers, about 99% of them look light, there could be a patch of moderate rain out there. honestly it is a couple spot
severe weather that we had this morning. showers winding down for now, at least the initial batch of showers and initial batch and along with strong wind gusts in massachusetts and temperaturewise 50 to 60 and time out when the next batch of strong winds will pop back up in just a couple minutes. julie, let's get back to you. because of severe power lines and tree limbs and slow on 93 south woburn and into somerville, 128 southbound sluggish through lexington. route 9 still closed at speen street in natick and power lines came up earlier this morning and stay closed through the morning commute. live look at pike through brighton where volume steady and heavy through this time of the day. over to live drive time, 49 minutes on pike eastbound from 495 eastbound and braintree
tolls. >> daniel: chainsaws are buzzing in dorchester and all morning. a huge tree fell on it overnight, basically trapping entire family inside. catherine parrotta is live there now. catherine, power crews hard at work to get the debris moved. >> catherine: yeah, and you could see they are making pretty good progress there and live look at the house and barely hear us because of so much work going on because of chopping up the tree and mostly gone and this side of the street watching this work happening. they say when the tree came down overnight, the whole house shook, and say they are certainly feeling kind of lucky because it could have been so much worse. >> i'm from jamaica. >> catherine: it wasn't the wake-up dennis expected.
>> big blast. scary. >> we have seen a lot of limbs broken over houses, garages, naturally due to winds last night. >> catherine: one community hit by fierce wind and thunderstorms that moved through overnight. this worker says this is the first he has seen so far, but that could change. >> right now everybody is just getting up, so you're really not sure until you wake up and get kids back to school and oh my god. >> catherine: long day for tree service for dennis white. in the process of hiring someone to clear the tree, insurance will handle the rest and he is
bad as it could have been. roof line going to need repair and inside of floor where he lives, second floor did sustain damage, especially from water. however, as i was sitting here in the past half hour waiting to give you this report, resident from the first floor came over and actually worked construction and fortunately he can handle all of those repairs for the buildings and family should be able to remain in the building for now. for now live here in dorchester, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> daniel: cambridge man headed to body shop after winds century crashing down on to his car. windshield shattered and roof nearly caved in. this all happened on callender street and dodge street around 9:30 this morning and tells us he woke up to officer telling him about the crash and it is unfortunate but things could have been worse.
>> daniel: never seen wind this strong in cambridge before. >> julie: crews working hard ground. these are live wires when we arrived around 4:00 a.m. michael henrich saw the smoke in person and, michael, the good news now is nearly everything is back on down there. >> michael: 200 homes and businesses don't have power. far cry what it was like earlier when 100% of the town didn't have electron. think about that. everybody in marshfield without power. eversource website around 3:00 p.m., scituate 100% out of power as well and slowly been making gains throughout this area on the south shore getting people their electricity back. show you this video. this is on church street. rolled up to the area in early 5:00 hour. so few hours ago at this point
fire truck, came up to it and turned out the fire truck was blocking off the road and eversource made it a safe situation and try to restore power and replace and repair the line and all of that, and that's a process that took a little bit of time. for safety reasons we were actually asked to move further back and that's why we move locations ended up here at the town pier to illustrate strong winds. i showed it to you, wind gauge tool last half hour, show it to you again what the winds are like now when just a few hours after strong winds caused a lot of problems here with the power outages in marshfield. for now live in marshfield, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: >> julie: as michael mentioned, situation improved throughout the morning and more than 16,000 homes and businesses without power in our area. national grid has 2,000 outages
eversource has more than 1,000 in hopkinton and 900 in the city of boston. julie: weather problems causing trouble for logan airport this morning. as of 9:00 a.m. 15 flights been canceled and dozens more delayed as always, check with the airline as you head out. you could get the latest forecast and storm alert right on phone with weather app. shiri will be back within minutes with an update. plus, ock, vanessa will be live and be sure to join them for the very latest. >> daniel: brockton family shaken and want to know who shot three into their home and family of the bedroom where the family was sleeping. third hit neighbor's car. father of the boy spoke with fox25 and how close to striking seven-year-old son.
have been happened, could have killed him. >> daniel: so far police do not have any suspects. >> julie: 9:09. we are learning more about the cambridge police officer accused of hitting woman on bike with car and taking off. fox25 investigates first broke story on monday and know the officer involved is ryan callinan. he was not in uniform and driving his own truck when it happened. callinan is five year veteran and iraqi war veteran and his superior says he was one of the best they had. >> it breaks your heart when something like this happens. >> julie: he is on paid leave and superiors haven't had any contact with him since the incident. julie: prosecutors say edward scigliano stole nearly $50,000 public money to pay his bills and buy personal items like big screen tv and gas grill
on paid leave since indicted in 2012. the boston fire commissioner will work to fire him. >> daniel: judith sales of holbrook was found at connecticut mall after someone recognized her car and called police. on monday relatives called police when she never picked up daycare. the globe reports that she was in good health but requested to go to the hospital. boston children's hospital because the doctors put their custody. the family of justina pelletier said they suffered emotional pain. in 2013 they had dcf take custody of the teenager and doctors at tufts diagnose with rare disease and doctors at children said the situation was psychological and justina was being abused. the teen was eventually returned to her family. they will be at the statehouse this morning and we will be
>> daniel: fox25 investigates on handicapped placard the state attorney general is weighing in. the state makes it too easy for peep to abuse the blackards and take parking spots from people who really need them. among the new recommendations increased fines for violations and making it a crime to use a dead person's blackard -- placard and limits on who can park for free and revising the registry's application process. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. here is look alive drive time, 43 minutes right now on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike. shiri? >> shiri: temperaturewise middle 50s, 54 under mostly cloudy skies and couple breaks develop in the morning, 10:00 a.m. 56, 11:00 a.m. temp 55, so kind of back and forth here a little bit, timing out not just warm-up and stronger afternoon wind next. >> daniel: we have a lot more
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thinking about letting drones fly. >> reporter: that could pave the way for delivery company amazon and google and faa putting together a task force to put up with rules to allow commercial drones fly over crowds and streets. the agency previously said it would prohibit that in effort to protect people and property on the ground. that essentially grounded plans for package delivery companies. amazon and google said they want to start using drones and next two years. we know the task force of industry exerts will hammer out ideas starting next week as the faa is finalizing rules for commercial drones. the government wants the task force to submit a report on proposed rules by april 1st. that's five weeks away. the faa also got input from industry exerts ahead of the drone registry just before christmas.
jacqueline fell, fox25 news. >> julie: last week fbi first to show raiding law offices of state senator brian joyce. this morning the globe reports grand jury to investigate joyce's involvement in solar project at stonehill college. the senator's law firm represented the college and company which installed nearly 9,000 solar panels. at the same time the milton democratic supported law which helped clean emergency projects connected to state power grid. this week he would not seek re-election when current term ends. charlie baker who called for the investigation stopped short of him to resign. >> i think him to run to re-election is his decision. the state senator denies any wrongdoing. yesterday he did not respond to questions or request for comments from fox25 or the globe
sacchetti will be following up today. you could look for the report tonight at news at 5:00 p.m. >> daniel: fishermen pulled to safety right now. this is video within the last hour. the fishing boat called for help after it ran aground. u.s. coast guard boat responded and then had to be saved after being capsized. all five members were pulled from the water and fisherman on carolina three there and boat made the first call for help. guard helicopters. >> julie: neponset at columbia road, branches, tree limbs, maybe even power lines in neighborhoods and on side roads. we also have a road closure still. route 9 at speen street in natick.
lines came down earlier in the high winds and get a little bit lighter in the area. over to live drive time, 48 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave, 39 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, 47 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now, and shiri, we have more winds that will be making their way into town later today. >> shiri: that's right. highest winds as far as the weather goes today and don't expect it will be the same damage at all that it did last night, and that's really the thing we will notice today, and we had a couple showers, flurries, in afternoon and overnight forecast and a little consequence as well. current wind gusts 23 miles per hour in bedford, 22 miles per hour in plymouth, 25 miles per hour in chatham. so it is still active as far as the winds go, but i mean we had gusts that were hurricane strength in blue hill and gusting 70, 80 miles per hour,
hour and chestnut hill and that's why we had so many damage last night and trees, power lines, creating quite the mess when you woke up this morning. some reality high up in the air and mostly just clouds and drying up on the way down and future cast as we slide toward noon time today is breaks in the clouds, showers and a little sprinkally and damp right now and once we hit the afternoon hours, especially afternoon 1:00 p.m. we start seeing couple pop-up showers and kevin lemanowicz going to be spot
enough far inland to get transition to couple of flurries wind advisory is in effect until 7:00 this evening. we have got gusts as high as 50 miles per hour expected southeastern massachusetts and again, that's not going to be capable of doing the same damage as overnight thunderstorms, but we could see one or two towns take on another power outthinksages as we get tree limbs coming down. 11:00, 54 , 1:00 this afternoon 55 , so hanging out in the middle 50s almost all day long by 5:00 p.m., back down to 50, here come the clouds, here come slight risk of a shower. so afternoon i want you to go ahead and dress basically for what you're dressing for now all day long. that means 57 in norwood, 57 in bedford, 56 in nashua, 51 in worcester, and then tonight temperatures back into the 20s and 30s, but here is incredible thing, boston gets down to 34 overnight tonight and want to see tomorrow's warm-up, only going to 37 and near city
50s. we even started off near 60 and tomorrow going to be all about the 30s. still pretty breezy for friday. on and off clouds expected. saturday 38 . a little bit brighter. sunday 54 approximately big time warm-up this weekend. sunday we are going to toss in a few more clouds. by monday more 50s with showers. tuesday looking dry but wednesday again that potential for more rain. back to you guys. >> daniel: coming up man off guard when pants burst into flames. it could have been a disaster. >> julie: what light & fit, 15 delicious flavors, each 80 calories.
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daniel: local company working on app. smartphones keep track of things how often and when you go to sleep and wake up. mines through the data to determine when patients isolating themselves and if they feel fatigued. further. daniel: students at harvard graduate school of design using quincy as class
develop the areas around quincy for mbta stations. the goal is to improve parking and mass transit opposites while adding housing and protecting open space asking residents to fill out a survey. >> julie: biting into something hard in pasta is bad sign but cause for concern and one local woman it is a 600-dollar fine. check this out. she plans to make it into a necklace. >> daniel: five-year-old lives in remote part of afghanistan. favorite soccer player is argentina and soccer team messi. he couldn't afford to buy a
plastic bag. messy heard about him and with the help of united nations arrived in afghanistan and given to the boy and as you could see, so happy to be wearing it with the signature and all. >> julie: look at this. hard to believe someone abandoned her and found in salvation army donation bin in california. this morning she and her stash are walking headlines across the web and getting plenty of tlc in animal shelter. >> daniel: most famous cat i know right now. mustache cat. >> julie: did you have a mustache? >> daniel: i did as well as sideburns. i will pop a picture one day. >> shiri: how have i not seen that? >> daniel: it is in the vault. >> shiri: a lot of rain overnight last night.
complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> julie: on left boston skyline and wicked weather and lightning everywhere. on the right blue sky starting to peak through, we are not completely in the clear though. >> daniel: not yet. appreciate the current temperature right now. >> shiri: you're welcome. i told you yesterday that you guys were going to love it. feels like april out there. kind of incredible stuff. we have thunderstorms, severe thunderstorms. i have strong thunderstorms overnight. 54 right now. still got south wind helping to warm us up, but you could see we still got some fairly thick hanging tight, inland starting to clear out fast and her even in boston the clouds are thinning out. showers a little bit of drizzle still hanging tight over the
order, 59 in lowell, 59 in windham, new hampshire. nobody is to complain about the temperatures today and boston 54 and noon time 53 and we are going to stay steady in middle 50s for the day ahead and 3:00 kids heading home from school and risk of shower out there and increasing winds, not whole lot of rain coming back into play today, but we will have some 50 miles per hour gusts. i'm going to break it down hour-by-hour and show you what time we see the strongest wind coming up. julie, let's send over to you for live drive time traffic. >> julie: braintree split to neponset and morrissey boulevard route 9 at speen street still closed in natick, that's because those strong winds brought down power line early road closed for
live look brighton volume lingering eastbound. 44 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. 32 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, 39 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. fox25 michael henrich continues the team coverage on the south shore where a bulk of the early power outages were reported. michael, you're live in marshfield where you were chasing lightning early this morning. >> sara: >> michael: it was quite a lot of lightning. monitoring the wind here at town pier here in marshfield. let me get it reset here. we got gusts in the last hour or so up to 20, 21 miles per hour. earlier shiri was saying we have wind gusts of hurricane strength up in the 60, 70, 80 miles per hour range, couple gusts here
that's why we saw so many power outages here in marshfield and other areas of massachusetts, but back to the video you referenced a moment ago, really unbelievable, like gene said, it was like driving to work during the day, that's how many lightning bolts lighting up the night sky and guiding the path and wind was blowing us around on route 3 when we were coming down here to the south shore. so there's no surprise that we had so many power outages. again, they are trying to recover the entire town of marshfield was out of power earlier this morning around 3:00 now, they are about 250 outages. actually gone up by 50 in the last. live in marshfield, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: >> julie: 16,000 homes and businesses in the area that
billerica is largest history community and reporting 3,000 outages there. >> daniel: we could hardly keep up with winds whipping all over the roads and debris. chainsaws out early and huge tree that toppled over a home there. >> catherine: you can see the progress they have made. residents they are in good spirits right now. they are back in the home and they say they are feeling lucky. >> i'm from jamaica and first
>> catherine: milton ave home swallowed by the tree. >> seen a lot of limbs, garages, naturally due to the high winds from last night. >> catherine: winds and thunderstorms moved through overnight. this worker said this is the worst he has seen so far but that could change. >> right now everybody is just getting up so really not sure until you wake up and get kids off to school and oh my god. >> >> catherine: long day for tree services and dennis white. he and sister own the building and insurance will handle and walking through front porch is like wooded trail but thankful the situation isn't as bad as it
even though the tree did miss him and damage that it did cause and past half hour they will need to have someone come out here, take look at damage, make sure it is okay for them to still be in the home while the resident did say hey, didn't move out after that happened last night, certainly not going anywhere now. so all will be okay for them, taking it in stride at this time catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> daniel: if headed out be sure to download the latest weather app. shiri will be back in just minutes with update on what we can expect for the rest of the day. >> julie: grief counselors will be on hand after 17-year-old died on way to school. she was in the car with her brother when she crashed into a tree and he is in serious condition. students are returning for the first time without their friends jess? >> jessica: good morning.
it is a pretty narrow, very windy road lined with trees on either side and police say it was covered with ice at the time of the crash. so much so there was a 2-hour delay yesterday morning at the high school. this is the first day students are back at school without their friend, sure to be a tough day for everyone here today. a tragic car accident takes the life of a 17-year-old quabbin regional high school senior just months away from graduating. >> everybody is talking about it it is going to be awkward. >> starting daily routine driving from hubbard son home to the high school. police say two were driving on route 62 when brittany lost control of car and brittany died on scene and brother griffin is in serious condition at worcester hospital.
everyone is praying for him and family. >> when he wakes up he is going to be pretty upset about it. >> jessica: another student same road yesterday morning, but police say she is expected to be okay. now, the investigation into both practice continues this morning but police do say that ice will certainly a factor. jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> daniel: grief counselors will also be on hand at boston school where a student died days before her sixteenth birthday. police say car hit and killed laura viear in east boston when walking through intersection in randolph tuesday night. viera was sophomore at another course to college pilot high school in brighton. friends were her as bright girl with a promising future. >> surprising. good girl. i'm surprised. >> daniel: police have not charged the 21-year-old that hit her and weather was also a factor in this crash.
on south shore for machine expected of stabbing someone in local shopping plaza. hingham police have arrest warrant for 33-year-old ryan deveen of weymouth and accused of stabbing 37-year-old man and expected to be okay. tomorrow sentencing being hearing for teenager convicted of killing math teacher. philip chism was convicted in death of colleen ritzer and found guilty of rape and armed mandatory life sentence but not for chism because he was 14 at the time. recent supreme court ruling says it is unconstitutional to give teen killers life without parole that means the judge may have to make chism eligible for parole in as little as 15 years. >> some appeal the idea the why idea it would and juveniles
>> julie: fox25 will have complete coverage of the sentencing hearing. >> daniel: construction of boston casino on hold this morning. there's been a serious of challenges against $1.7 billion wynn development citing potential health and environmental impacts. the move canceled plan to april groundbreaking. city official, company official have imposed hiring freeze putting $4,000 construction jobs on hold. the mayor of everett is calling out the mayor of somerville. >> it is time. it is time to forget the appeal. week work together as community with gary, myself, surrounding mayors, we have so much good to do here. >> daniel: wynn is still committed to building casino even if it means another legal battle. boston ended another legal fight with the casino next month. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. look at live drive times,
on the expressway as you begin that 31 minute commute from the braintree split up to the exit for the pike. shiri? >> shiri: so winds are strengthening, 24 miles per hour gusts right now in worcester and bedford, 22 miles per hour in plymouth, 26 in hyannis, but check this out, winds get kind of weaker as we head toward noon time and stay as they are right now. and then this afternoon the winds get stronger gusting up to 15 miles per hour in southeastern massachusetts. i will pair that up with when to expect a little bit of rain when we come back. >> daniel: contestant blew them away but not a lock in the
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the thing we thought were important were not important any more. mike was on ladder when disaster struck and two young boys were there and witnessed it. wind turned and came in the wrong direction and dropped out of the tree and don't remember anything after that. >> reporter: mike was in a coma for four weeks and then everything that could go wrong did. >> made it four weeks, day-to-day and didn't know if they were going to make it. >> reporter: family knows it could be worse if it wasn't for the generosity for family, friends and even total strangers in a month's time 288 people have donated nearly $60,000 to a gofundme page set up for
>> it is just overwhelming. the kindness of everyone. you know, the simplist things of people dropping meals off at the house. >> reporter: one anonymous donor gave $15,000. >> i don't know that anyone can come up with that kind of money and it is a real shock and it is great to see how good people are. >> reporter: i'm ted daniel, fox25 news. >> daniel: money will go toward making home more accessible and he will need a new car for the wheelchair. to learn more go to myfoxboston.com. >> julie: man's pants caught fire and trying to put the flames out. eventually the clerk uses an
can't believe what he saw. >> i was like that. >> julie: another customer drove victim to the hospital and suffered second burns but expected to be okay. >> daniel: cruise ship company sailing during a known winter storm. anthem of the sea ship earlier this week. one of the passengers suing the company for negligence and weren't enough emergency resources on board the ship. he asked for help when knocked unconscious but crew members to asked him to wait in his room. daniel: startling information coming out of hearing that examining the sinking of cargo ship el faro. testimony revealed the coast guard did not believe the ship
first received a call for help. they say software problems arose while they were still preparing a response plan. the el faro sank during a hurricane in october. 33 people on board died including three people from massachusetts. >> julie: be careful as you head out the door, likely downed tree branches in your area and downed power lines and moderate on the expressway right now, slowest part right after the braintree split in the northbound plains. route 9 still closed at speen street in natick. that's because power lines came down earlier this morning in the high winds. live look at pike through brighton, things looking so much lighter there than last time we checked in on the live shot. over to your live drive time, 36 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. 26 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike. 33 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now, and shiri, we have some warmer temperatures tomorrow.
>> shiri: big changes clouds breaking apart now through about the middle of the day, then this afternoon threw in couple more sprinkles and couple more of strong wind gusts. so as beautiful as it looks right now, it is not going to last us all day long. gardner picking up 3.9 inches of rain over two inches springfield to southwick, almost two inches in ashburnham and lunenburg, hopkinton coming in 1.57 inches of rain, so i mean the storm that came through were powerful for several reasons. heavy rain, strong gusty winds gusting 70, 80 miles per hour in spots, but since the cold front pulling away from us, it is dragging away the storms. so future cast here, want to pause at noon time because temperaturewise we still got 59 in bedford and lawrence and nashua, 53 in worcester, 54 in boston down to plymouth, 57 in beverly, and we got some of those holes in the clouds that i was mentioning, but the holes really start to fill back in
from work and temperatures hanging tight in the lower 50s, but also got showers popping up, especially north and west of boston. not very much action here, just a handful of showers peppered on radar, the other concerning thing is fact that winds are going to again strengthen over southeastern massachusetts gusting up to 50 miles per hour, so breezy day ahead. we still got a couple shower to go, guys. 10:00 this evening, still pretty mild out there with temperatures around 40 , so it is going to be kind of slow to see the sprinkles change over to flurries overnight and start to dwindle and see one or two flakes, don't expect much to come of it. wind advisory goes until 7:00 this evening, gusts up to 50 miles per hour, focus from the south shore to the southcoast to the cape and the islands in and around the boston area we are still going to see gusts 30 to 40 miles per hour, we are just not making winds strong enough to meet the criteria which is why you aren't included in advisory, but i mean afternoon temperatures here middle 50s, certainly nothing to sneeze at, overnight tonight
lower 30s in most spots but go from 34 as you're overnight low to high of just 37 and will not have wind advisory in effect and day to be advised, walk outside, meet the wind. over the weekend more upper 30s on saturday. that's only a couple degrees below average but things get really warm again for the second half of the weekend. check out 50s from nashua 53 beverly at 54, 52 in plymouth, up to boston, worcester 51
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following all day on the effects of the very high winds with 83 miles per hour. >> shiri: another hurricane force gust and really big mess of a morning. now, we are kind of in clean-up mode which is good because you see a couple thin spots and clouds. problem is although we will not see the same amount of wind, it gets breezy again. >> daniel: thank you so much
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