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though, we turn it around. temperatures back into the 40s as early as wednesday afternoon. we'll talk more on forecast coming up as "today in new england" starts right now. >> sarah: home-field advantage slips away from the patriots after they come up short in miami. this morning we're learning when they'll play next and who the opponent might be. >> anchor: beat up on duty, a suspect set to face a judge after police say he threw punches at one of their own. >> sarah: the campaign trail runs through new england today. the two front-runners trading heated words over the weekend and a former president gets ready to join the race. >> anchor: and an eerie deep-sea discovery, the first glimpse of a sunken ship under the sea after it vanished during a huge hurricane. >> this is 7 news today in new england. >> anchor: it's 5:00 on the dot. good monday morning to you or happy monday. is there such a thing as happy monday? i'm kris anderson in nor crista. >> sarah: and i'm sarah french. it's definitely feeling like winter with that cold blast of
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arctic air outside. >> kris: it's monday, it's freezing cold. >> sarah: we're inside, so i'm happy, chris. >> chris: 70 degrees inside. we'll leave it that way. a lot of us have some sunshine. good morning, everybody. from the city of boston out through worcester, rather quiet afternoon. however work the cold air passing over the relatively warm ocean waters, i do expect some snow showers and squalls to develop across cape cod bay and massachusetts bay and then go over the cape and the islands. that's where we'll see accumulating snow this afternoon, this evening and into the early morning hours tomorrow. even a few of these snow showers with a slight easterly direction of a northerly wind, if that makes any sense, coming in may skirt coastal plymouth county. we could get a little snow there. watch what happens with the temperatures today going into the afternoon, into the evening. they go down. wind-chill factors below zero tonight. more on the seven-day forecast ahead. time now for fast track traffic with danielle gersh.
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happy monday. take a look outside. the zakim bridge looking good. so is the leverett connector. go to the maps now. no delays on the roads yet. this will change as everyone is back to school and back to work today. route 1 looks good. so does 93. the expressway from the braintree split into just nine minutes. south of town, route 24, 95 and route 3 looking good. the pike to framingham, no delays to tell you about. wide open. all green into boston. let's take a look at those drive times. the expressway from the it braintree split into boston just ten minutes. enter town on the pike from 128, 12 minutes. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, 11 minutes, and so far the "t" is on time this morning. back to you, guys. >> kris: patriots unable to seal the deal in south florida, playoffs for this squad. new england, however, is litsching into the postseason, losing four games since thanksgiving. >> sarah: sunday's loss dashed
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the pats' hopes of home-field advantage throughout the playoffs. nicole oliverio is live with details on the pats in the playoffs. >> nicole: good morning, sarah. the pats will be in the playoffs, but they will not have that number-one seed. the road to the super bowl won't necessarily go through foxborough. the only thing worse than going into the playoffs after losing four of their last six games is if the patriots have to do it with an injured tom brady. >> how much pain right now? >> i'm pretty sore, but i'll be all right. >> nicole: t.b. 12 took a few good hits during yesterday's loss to the dolphins. brady sayings he's okay, but his offense yesterday wasn't. >> we're trying to be effective and move the ball down the field and score points. we're just not doing a very good job of it. >> nicole: hours after new england lost, denver won, securing the number-one seed and home-field advantage throughout the playoffs. that means the road to the super bowl could lead to another brady-manning matchup. the patriots have lost their last two games at denver,
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including the 2014 a.f.c. championship game. >> we just have to play well two weeks from now. that's all that matters. it's going to be one game. we have the play well. that's what the whole season will come down to. >> nicole: one thing we do know as the pats enter to playoff, they should be getting back some of their players who have been on the injured list, including julian edelman. nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> kris: we're following breaking news this morning. one person sin jurd after an overnight stabbing in barre. state police say the victim has non-life-threatening injuries. officers were on two scenes for several hours ore night. police tell us person was arrested and will be in court later this morning. victoria warren is headed to the scene. we'll have a live report coming up later this morning. >> sarah: a lawrence man is set to face charges after he allegedly drove away from a traffic stop and dragged a trooper in medford. police say the incident happened on 93 south sunday while the man was driving this car.
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according to investigators, he drove away, taking the trooper with him. the trooper was pulled a short distance before being released. he was not hurt and chased after the man. another trooper arrested the suspect in everett. >> kris: happening later today, man accused of assaulting an officer will be arraigned. andrew bowman repeatedly bunched an officer in the face. the officer was not seriously injured. bowman faces several charges. breaking overnight, stock markets plummeted across ashark especially in china. china suspended trading about 90 minutes before the closing bell after the worst-ever start to a year for that country. stocks plunged 7% after a weak investors. as a result, u.s. futures have plunged overnight, as well. the white house. a busy day across new england as donald trump heads to lowell and bill clinton to the granite state on behalf of his wife.
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all eyes will be on the two campaigns after a war of words was reignited this weekend when propaganda. least 7's jennifer egan in nashua, new hampshire, with more on today's visit. >> jennifer: it will be bill event for his wife. >> he is so excite about coming back to the granite state. >> jennifer: the former hampshire today. donald trump targeted bill clinton in a tweet writing, "the worst thing hillary could do is have her husband campaign for her. just watch." trump and the clintons have been friends. the clintons attended trump's third wedding, but that's not stopping the republican front-runner. >> it hasn't been a very pretty picture for her or for bill because i'm the only one willing to talk about his problems. i mean, what he did and what he has gone through i think is frankly terrible, especially if she wants to play the woman card.
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hillary faced yesterday when a heckler shouted questions about her husband's sex scandal. >> you are very rude and i'm not going to ever call on you. >> jennifer: meanwhile, trump found himself on the defensive after al-shabaab, the al qaeda affiliate based in africa, used trump's proposed muslim ban in a video. >> they use other people, too. what am i going to do? i have the say what i have to say? >> jennifer: clinton slammed trump on the campaign trail. >> it's not only shameful and offensive, which it is. it is counterproductive and dangerous. >> kris: that was 7's jen egan reporting. the national transportation safety board releasing new video. this is the "el faro" wreck. the cargo ship's stern was badly damaged there, resting about 15,000 feet underwater just half a mile away is the vessel's bridge, but investigators say they still have not found the mast, which is where the black box is located. keith griffin, jeffrey mathias and marguerite wright all with ties to massachusetts were among
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the 33 crew members who are now presumed dead. investigators say they are considering launching a second search to locate that data recorder. >> sarah: happening today, the site of last month's san bernardino shooting rampage will reopen. there will be tighter security as 600 employees at the social services center head back to work. the building where the shootings took place is closed indefinitely. 14 people were killed, 22 others injured. a memorial service will also be held to honor those victims. the center has been closed since syed farook and his wife, tashfeen malik, opened fire. both were later killed in a shoot-out with police. farook was a local public health inspector. many of the victims were his coworkers who were at the center for a training session and a holiday party. >> christa:>> kris: on the president's agenda, the first family back home in washington, d.c., today, which means the president is back to work. they were on a family vacation in hawaii for the christmas holidays. the president says he's looking
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his final year as president, and he is wasting no time getting right back to his duties. today president obama is scheduled to meet with attorney general loretta lynch where they will discuss ways to reduce gun violence. the president is expected the take executive action to strengthen background checks to purchase a gun. this coming ahead of president obama's annual state of the union address, which is set for next tuesday. >> sarah: we're following more news today. armed protesters have taken over a building at national wildlife refugee in oregon. they're showing support for two ranchers who face prison time for arson of federal land. protest, broke into the refugee building after a march this weekend and have been there ever since. the demonstrators claim to be peaceful and that they are simply protesting for ranchers' rights. >> it has been provided for us to be able to come together and unite in making a hard stand against this overreach, this taking of the people's land and resources.
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>> sarah: officials say there are no government employees in the building. an f.b.i. spokesperson said officials are aware of the situation and are continuing to monitor it. >> kris: there is so much more news ahead this morning. the battle over fantasy sports sites are heating up. we'll tell you which states are preparing for a showdown in court later today. >> sarah: plus a daring river rescue caught on camera. the only problem was the river was frozen, making this risky rescue even more complicated. >> kris: we're talking football, too. the pats weren't the only ones in action yesterday. we'll look at who is in and who is out of the playoffs after an action-packed sunday in the nfl. >> chris: mild air is in, cold air is out. how much snow to expect? what are the temperatures going to be tonight? details ahead. >> danielle: good morning, everyone. here's the zakim bridge leverett connector. route 93 and route 1 into town looking good. just ten minutes from the
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mmmm, yoplait. >> sarah: welcome back. 5:14 a.m., and it is cold out there, so bundle up when you're heading out this morning. >> kris: i brought the big-boy jacket today. and, chris, i'm hearing it's going to get even colder. i'm hearing that from you, so i believe it. >> chris: have the big, poofy jacket ready to go today. i'll nominate you for the coffee run. >> sarah: he always does the coffee run. >> chris: he does. even last winter when the wind-chill was minus 17, he was going out and getting the coffee for us. 28 in bedford. 31 in boston. 26 in plymouth. these numbers not all that bad. tomorrow morning's going to be a different story. we'll see a lot of single digits starting off tomorrow morning. wind out of the north-northwest. that wind will increase throughout the day, at times gusting over 20mph.
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and the further north you go, plenty of cold air across northern new england that will drain down into southern new england. 23 the wind-chill factor ins be right now. 20 in worcester. the radar rather quiet, although there have been a couple spotty flurries that will try to get going across portions of the state. but overall the atmosphere is fairly dry. i do expect as that cold air continues to drain on down for it to be dry for a lot of us today. but not all of us. because as this arctic air, this much colder air you see to the north, starts the move over the relatively warm ocean waters, it will create ocean-effect snow. we'll see these snow showers and squalls develop over cape cod bay, massachusetts bay and then continue to stream in down across the cape and the islands. now, at times there may be a little bit of an easterly component to that northly breeze, so even across coastal plymouth county, you could see a few snow showers and center squall, but most of it will be confined to the cape and the islands beginning mid-day and continuing into tomorrow morning at times. sometimes these bans wander around.
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you go from partly sunny skies, drive three miles down the road into the middle of a snow squall. that's the nature of the game. and again, you can see how this forecast will develop later on today. city of boston, up through cape ann, i think cape ann more susceptible to a couple snow showers later. boston maybe a flurry or the work but i don't expect much accumulating snow in the city of boston. i'll hold the accumulation down across coastal plymouth county. maybe a few towns close to scituate that get a coating or up to an inch of snow, but i think the main one to three batch would be across the cape. isolated four-inch amounts not out of the realm of possibility. a steady band of some snow squalls develop, a couple towns see that. it's not usually all areas widespread down that way. so if you're watching from the cape, be careful. some slick spots later on today and through the night tonight and into tomorrow morning. for the rest of us, it's a cold wind developing and temperatures that are steady this morning will fall off a few degrees this afternoon.
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forecast. 7 on average tomorrow morning. cold start. wind-chill factors tonight below zero for a lot of us. it only lasts a couple days. back into the low 40ers by wednesday. >> kris: back to work and back to school and back to the traffic situation. let's go to danielle gersh with the traffic situation. >> danielle: thanks, kris. this is the expressway. let's go to the maps. it's still right around 10 mens on the manslaughter. no major delays out there yet. you can see, mostly green. south of town, route 24, route 3, 95 looking good so far this morning. the pike out to framingham wide open into boston from 495 into town. north of town, route 1 looks good and so does route 93. take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door. again, ten minutes from the braintree split into boston. the pike into town from 128, just 12 minutes, 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge 11 minutes and so far this morning the "t" is on time. back to you, guys.
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the betting battle between new york state and two major web sites is under way. new york's attorney general filed a lawsuit demanding fan dual and draft kings return the millions they made last year. >> this is really going to come down to a knock-down, drag-out fight in the new york trial court to decide whether or not under the new york statute these companies will be able to survive or not. >> sarah: the lawsuit calls the web sites advertisements misleading. it also says both companies operate like casinos by taking a percentage from the users. the outcome of the suit could have an impact in other states, as well. >> kris: caught on camera, a daring river rescue in minnesota after man walks out on to thin ice literally trying to save a deer who was stuck. he was driving home when he spotted this animal in trouble in the frozen river. so the guy climbs out on to the thin ice and then eventually is able to pull the deer out. a video he took of this rescue
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despite the danger, he says he's happy he was able to help this animal out. >> i would have just ignored it, it would have eaten at me and i would have felt a sense of guilt. i would have kept thinking this for years to come that i should have rescued this deer. >> kris: the man gave the deer a fitting name, calling her miss ice river. >> sarah: all right. coming up on "today in new england," the trucks are rolling once again at the "globe." have you heard about this? but not before reporters had to try their hand at some paper routes over the weekend. >> kris: whatever it takes. sunday's nfl matchup had a huge effect on the playoff picture, affected the patriots, as well. what you can expect when the postseason kicks off. wow. the internet is crazy fast here. i know, right? it's so nice to have everyone over. hi hey. mmm. i just laid an egg. does anybody want it?
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is to demand that we create an economy that works for all of us rather than a handful of billionaires. if you work 40 hours a week in america, you should not live in poverty. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. (cell phone rings) where are you? well the squirrels are back in the attic.
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your dad won't call an exterminator... can i call you back, mom? he says it's personal this time... you call at the worst time. if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance, r where are you?r are you taking at zumba class? >> chris: 5:22 on this monday. good morning, everyone. 1 in boston.
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the coldest air in the season about the arrive throughout the school. necessity today. cold recess around lunchtime. there look at this, by the final bell, temperatures actually falling back enter the lower 20s. the breeze picks up, too. the wind-chill factor is running single digits and teens this afternoon. and look at the low temperatures tonight. boston. west. some of the coldest air we've seen so far this winter. and with the relatively cold air passing over the warm waters, ocean-effect snow for the cape and the islands. we'll talk more on that, how much to expect down there and the seven-day forecast ahead. >> sarah: thanks, chris. the patriots will see which team will head to foxborough in the playoffs. new england had to settle for the two seed after denver beat san diego on sunday. >> kris: we know the wild card games in the a.f.c. pittsburgh takes on cincinnati while kansas city will visit houston. both games will be played saturday. pats host the higher remaining seed, meaning the chief, texans
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and bengals are all possible opponents in the divisional round. peyton manning may be leading the broncos into the postseason. peyton manning replaced brock osweiler in the third quarter. manning helped lead a denver come-from-behind win over the chargers. denver clinched home-field advantage throughout the playoffs with that win. >> sarah: the jets did not make the postseason. new york controlled its own destiny and needed to beat the bills in buffalo to clinch a playoff berth. but harvard grad ryan fitzpatrick threw interceptions on the team's final three possessions. buffalo coach rex ryan eliminated his former team as the bills won 22-17. not everything went well for the bills. after missing a field goal attempt in the second quarter, kicker dan carpenter, 000 down his helmet in frustration and then, oh, it bounces back and hits him in the face. he was not hurt, but i'm guessing his pride was. >> kris: now he gets to see it over and over and over on all the replays. the final regular season game of the 2015 2016 games.
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minnesota upset the packers in green bay last night, 20-13. as a result of that win, the vikings earned their first divisional title since back in 2009. here's a will be at the n.f.c.'s playoff bracket. the panthers are the top seed. cardinals the second seed. both teams have byes next week. as for the wild card game, minnesota host seattle. washington host green bay. those games will be played on sunday. >> sarah: all right. up next at 5:30, part of allston shut down on sunday when the bomb squad is called in. the suspicious package that had authorities on high alert. >> reporter: an a man accused of bringing weapons to gillette during the winter classic will face a judge this morning. >> kris: and one teen is in
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>> kris: called to court, a connecticut man is facing charges after police found a
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stash of weapons just outside of the winter classic. >> sarah: must a sunday shooting. a teen shot in everett rushed to the hospital. now the search for the shooter is on. >> kris: a delivery dilemma for one local paper left reporters working double duty. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: good morning, everybody. happy monday. i'm safe are french. >> kris: i'm kris anderson. it was happy special sunday for a cancer survivor and bruins' fan. this was a neat story. she got a chance to lace up her skates and hit the ice with none other than, you know who that is, bruins' star patrice bergeron. more on that story inning just a bit. >> sarah: but first we're talking cold weather this morning. winter is here. it sure feels like it outside, chris. >> chris: if you think it's cold this morning, waits until tomorrow morning when these numbers are single digits across many towns north and west of boston. good morning, everyone. 31 in boston. 28 in bedford, 20 in norwood right now. we have cold air passing over the relatively warm waters off shore. that will deposit snow showers
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and snow squalls. mostly across the cape and down through nantucket. winter weather advisories there mid-day through tomorrow morning. one to three inches of snow possible. isolated higher amounts close to four, and up into plymouth county, maybe a coating to an inch of snow. this is ocean effect. it's not a big storm system by any stretch. but we do have that really cold air moving in. wind-chill factors below zero tonight. more on the forecast coming up. >> sarah: all right. time now for fast track traffic, here's danielle gersh. >> danielle: thanks, sarah. good morning, everyone. take a look outside. this is the expressway northbound. volume is building, but it is still moving out there. let's go to the maps. back to school, back to work today for many of you. give yourself a little extra time. right now no major delays from the braintree split into boston. just nine minutes so far this morning. route 24, 95 and route 3 looking good so far. the pike out to framingham all green. so no major delays on the pike yet. 93 southbound and route 1 looking good into boston so far. let's take a look at those drive times if your getting ready to head out the door.
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the braintree split enter boston expressway just ten minutes. into town on the pike from 128 just 12 minutes. so far this morning 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge just 11 minutes so far this morning and the "t" right now is on time. back to you, guys. >> kris: we're following breaking news this morning. one person is injured after an overnight assistanting in barre. state police say the victim has non-life-threatening injuries. officers were on the scene, two of them for several hours overnight. police tell us one person was arrested and will be in court later this morning. now the day's other top stories. the patriots are not the top seed in the a.f.c. new england losing out on having that home-field advantage throughout the postseason sunday, losing to the dolphins 20-10. now, as a result, denver was able to clinch that number-one seed with its win over san diego last night. new england does still have a bye week. the pats will play either cincinnati, houston or kansas city in the divisional round. a lawrence man is facing several charges after he allegedly dragged a state trooper while trying to drive away from a
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traffic stop in medford. the incident happened on 93 southbound on sunday. investigators say that trooper was not hurt and continued to chase after this man. another trooper later arrested him in everett. the 23-year-old accused of repeatedly punching a police officer in boston is due in court today. andrew bowman, who lives in everett, is facing numerous charges. police say he approached an officer near city hall friday morning and punched him in the face. that officer was not seriously hurt. >> sarah: also this morning, a connecticut man getting ready to face a judge. police say they found a stash of weapons in his car just outside the winter classic. 7's nicole oliverio live at gillette this morning with more on the charges he facing. >> nicole: well, sarah, police are calling this an isolated incident, but the man accused of bringing several weapons here just hours before the start of the winter classic is expected to go before a judge later this morning. now, according to police, they
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connecticut parked his car in an off-site parking lot for stadium employees. police say in his car they found sword, a stun gun, a meat cleaver and other weapons. according to investigators, they say that bromson does not work here at gillette despite his car being in that employee parking lot. they say this is an isolated incident and added that there was no threat to fans who attended the winter classic. he's now facing serious charges, including assault with a dangerous weapon. we're live from gillette, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> kris: right now police are searching for a suspect accused of shooting a teenager in everett. according to the district attorney's office; a 19-year-old was shot on a bike path early sunday morning. he was then rushed to the hospital in critical condition. boston police shutting down a section of western avenue in allston yesterday after finding a suspicious backpack. the bomb squad and a bomb-sniffing dog were called in to investigate. when officers opened up the backpack, they found nothing dangerous inside.
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>> sarah: happening today, a 21-year-old woman accused of abducting a toddler will be in court. abigail hannah is accused of abducting the two-year-old from hamilton back in november. she was the girl's former baby sitter. hannah was ordered to undergo a psychological examination and a judge is expected to rule today if she'll be eligible to post bail. new details on a serious atv crash in fitchburg on new year's eve. family members say the two little boys injured in the crash are in stable condition this morning. the seven-year-old fractured his leg and will need more surgeries. a six-year-old was also hurt in the crash. the 32-year-old man who lost his leg remains in critical condition. >> kris: "boston globe" newspaper trucks heading out this morning after some delivery problems last week. it was all hands on deck for "globe" employees sunday after many of them worked through the night delivering newspapers to their customers. now the "globe" has had issues with its new delivery company, and some customers reported problems getting their newspapers.
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everyone from reporters to editors joined forces to help fix the problems one doorstep at a time. according to the "globe," the the new company hasn't hired route. it could take months, months before everything is back to normal. >> sarah: plainville police are looking for your help tracking down the owner of this wedding ring. someone found the 14-carat band at t.j. maxx last wednesday and brought it to the police station. a.j. to d.b. is engraved on the inside along with the date, november 27th '74. if you know who is missing this ring, police want you to give them a call. >> sarah: someone wants that back. >> kris: i know. >> sarah: great story to find out who that is. >> kris: 2016 shaping up toking a big year for netflix. just how many new shows the streaming giant is expected to release. lucky? you might want the play the powerball after the jackpot rises to an insane amount. >> sarah:>> kris: pats weren't feeling lucky yesterday.
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they walked off the field without the win in miami, but that isn't keeping them from looking forward to the playoffs. we'll have a preview coming up. >> kris: we'll be feeling cold by tomorrow morning. >> chris: arctic air moving north into southern new england. coastal snow. we'll talk about the forecast ahead. >> danielle: good morning, everyone. back to school, back to work for many of you this morning. this is the expressway. no major delays yet. you can see volume is building from the braintree split enters be on the expressway. just ten minutes still so far. the "t" is on time this morning. we'll be right back. our cosmetics line was a hit. the orders were rushing in. i could feel our deadlines racing towards us. we didn' t need a loan. we needed short-term funding fast. building 18 homes in 4 months? that was a leap. but i knew i could rely on american express to help me buy those building materials. amex helped me buy the inventory i needed.
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. >> chris: good morning, everyone. 31 in boston. 20s in a lot of the suburbs right now. temperatures will be flatlining and then falling down later this afternoon into this evening. cold day, well bethrow average for this time of year. if you think it's cold outside this morning, wait until tomorrow morning. low temperature tonight, 11 degrees in boston. single digits, widespread north and west. 5 out there in worcester. you factor in the breeze and the wind-chill factors tonight running close to zero if not
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winter weather advisory in place from mid-day through tomorrow morning for perhaps a few inches of snow across the cape over to nantucket thanks to ocean-effect snow with that arctic air passing over the relatively warm ocean waters. more susceptible to it would be the cape versus the south shore. though it could get a few snow accumulations across plymouth county. take a look at the seven-day forecast coming up. >> sarah: thanks, kris. netflix will debut 13 new original series this year and favorites. a few of the new ones are a marvel series, "luke cage," a reboot of "degrasse si" and lemony snickets a series of unfortunate efforts. >> kris: lots of viewing choices. mark zuckerberg making a new year's resolution. his goal for 2016 is to create an artificial intelligence system. he says he wants the system to run his home and will help do his work for him. zuckerberg is known for keeping
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up with his resolutions. in 2010 he vowed to learn mandarin and he recently gave a 20-minute speech in that language. >> sarah: doesn't that make you feel lazy? i got to get with it. the jumbo powerball jackpot keeps on growing. no one won the big prize saturday. wednesday's current estimated jackpot is now $400 million. that's the game's sixth biggest prize. officials say the chances of picking the winning numbers are about one in 300 million. >> kris: somebody has to win. if you won wednesday night, would you call in sick thursday? >> no. i don't think so. >> kris: i think you would. we have a lot to get to this morning on 7news "today in new england." that was the right answer. everything you need to know and go is up next, including this special story here, a skating session over at the garden when a cancer survivor gets to take the ice with one of the bruns' best. >> reporter: and we're live at gillette. why the patriots lot lost more than just to the dolphins yesterday.
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me because i have my own doppler radar so i can give the weather forecast from home. 31 in boston. 20s in a lot of the suburbs. a cool start to the day, but the coldest air of the season yet to arrive. that will work in overnight tonight. 400 million or not, we can't buy any warm air in here the next couple days. 7 burlington, vermont. minus 2 in ottawa. this is the cold air mass coming in on a northerly wind. so we'll be back into the single digits by early tomorrow morning, and with the arctic air passing over the relatively warm ocean waters, just to the east of us, ocean-effect snow showers and snow squalls with the relatively warm ocean waters in that cold air passing above it. it's an unstable atmosphere in place. that will create those pockets of snow showers and snow squalls. now, the nature of the game, you get the thin bands to develop, so you can go from a partly sunny sky and dry to all of a sudden a snow squall with reduced visibility. so sometimes these amounts can highly vary. there maybe one town on the cape inch of snow. a couple towns over you can get four inches of snow.
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that's range for the cape and the islands. keep that in mind. even in coastal plymouth county, you may see a coating to an inch with a few snow showers backing. in travel, nationwide, rather quiet, at least the eastern two-thirds if not three-quarters of the country. back to the west coast, more unsettled weather working in. cold wind developing this afternoon. temperatures steady this mornin, falling this afternoon, again, snow showers along the coastline from cape ann to cape cod. look at this tonight. arctic air, 2 to 12. that's the range. not a typo there. wind-chill factors been below zero for a lot of us. tomorrow morning, early in the morning will be minus two. the wind-chill factor ins be should hold about minus 10 to minus 12 out through the worcester hills. cold air in place. take a look at the seven-day first. if you don't like the cold, it's only a two-day stint here. back into the low 40s by wednesday. >> sarah: thanks, chris. time now for fast track traffic with danielle gersh. >> danielle: good morning, everyone. take a look outside at the expressway. volumes building northbound, starting to slow down.
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braintree split boo boston. 16 minutes. so we're slowing down. back to work, back to school today. maybe give yourself extra time on the roads. we have an accident in duxbury. this is route 3 southbound on the ramp to route 3a, something to keep in mind there. the pike back out to framingham, no delays to tell you about. all green. north of town in andover, a breakdown. that's 93 southbound right at 495. the rest of your drive on 93 looks pretty good. so does route 1. take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door. the expressway from the braintree split into boston, 16 minutes. no delays on the pike. 12 minutes 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, after 15 minutes. so far the "t" is on time this morning. back to you, guys. >> sarah: thanks, dan qesm a sunday loss is already off the patriots' mind as you constituents ready to the playoffs. >> kris: we know when the pats' first game will be, but we're still waiting to see who the patriots will be playing. residents head out to nicole oliverio for more on the pats'
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tough loss down there in miami. >> reporter: it definitely was. they did in the secure the number. one seed. home-field advantage now goes to denver. there is a chance we could see another brady-manning matchup if that means going to the super bowl. now, the patriots suffering a pretty big loss to the dolphins. this is their fourth loss in six games since thanksgiving. brady actually took a couple of hard hits. he was seen on the sideline having his ankle retaped. brady assuring us he's okay, but he definitely said his offense needs to start getting their act together. players after the game said the only games that will matter, they need to win one at a time, is once the pats are in the playoffs. also heading into the playoff, it's expected that wide receiver julian edelman should be back with the team. live at gillette, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> kris: following a breaking story this morn, one person is injured after an overnight stabbing in barre. state police say the victim has non-life-threatening injuries.
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officers were on two scenes for several hours overnight and police tell us that one person was arrested and will be in court later this morning. >> sarah: we're following more news today. a joy ride cut short for a man going more than 100mph on 93 in new hampshire. police clocked paul kimball going 105 in a 70mph zone. officers say the 21-year-old easily passed several vehicles before he was pulled over and arrested for reckless driving. he'll be back in court next month. >> kris: people in missouri returning to their home, seeing the damage done by the severe flooding there. some people have not been back to their houses since before they were forced to leave nearly a week ago because of the floodwaters. hundreds of buildings and bridges were damaged when the heavy rains caused a mississippi river and its tributaries to swell to record flood stage levels last week. most of the floodwaters have since receded. president obama has granted the governor's request there for federal aid. >> sarah: officials say four
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men are dead after canoeing on a lake in wisconsin. police received a missing persons call and found the canoe overturned in the lake. officials say the men were last seen alive leaving a house near the lake around 2:00 a.m. the police chief in the area says this lake is especially dangerous to be out on during the winter. >> if we get one or two cold night, the whole lake will freeze over, that's how cold the water is. there's... it's dangerous to be on the water at night. it's dangerous to be on the water when it's really cold. so you combine any of those and it leads the a tragic situation. >> sarah: investigators have not yet confirmed a cause of death. >> kris: at least six people are dead, more than 100 others injured after a powerful quake rocked india. the 6.7 magnitude quake hit right near the myanmar border just before dawn monday while many people were still asleep. several buildings were damaged. rescue workers are now searching for people who may have been trapped by the falling debris.
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>> sarah: the texas teen who broke probation and then took off to mexico could spend a little while longer in the country according to his lawyer. ethan couch is accused of failing to check in with his probation officer, sparking a massive manhunt in december. he was later found in an apartment in mexico with his mother. his lawyer says he did not commit a crime in mexico. his mother has been deported back to the united states. when he was 16, couch drove drunk and crashed his truck, killing four people. his lawyer then used an affluenza defense, saying couch didn't understand consequences because his rich parents never set limits for him. he received ten years' probation for the deadly crash. >> kris: also this morning, a teenager in atlanta is recovering after she was shot by a man who tried to steal her hover board. police say the suspect followed the 16-year-old girl and her friend home and then tried to apartment. she and her friend tried the slam the door shut, but that's when the suspect opened fire. >> it's crazy.
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over a hover board, really? she was inside of her house. >> kris: the suspect did get away with that hover board. police are trying the track him down. >> sarah: new video of a hotel in dubai that went up in flames on new year's eve. police released these new images over the weekend. a high-rise hotel burst into flames thursday hours before the city's fireworks show. firefighters had to rescue people from the 63-story building. at least 14 people were hurt in that fire. police say no one was seriously injured. authorities are still trying to determine what caused that fire. >> kris: caught on camera now. >> sweetheart, you okay? come here. come here. come here. >> kris: a three-year-old girl in new mexico rescued by police after a suspect steals a car with her inside. and the man just left this little girl in an empty parking lot all by herself. she was not hurt. police later found that stolen car, but they are still searching for the suspect. >> sarah: as you get ready to head out the door this morn, some good news.
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the drive to work may not cost you as much this year. a.a.a. estimates the average price of a gallon of regular unleaded gas will be between $2.25 and $2.45 a gallon inch 2015 when the average price per gallon was $2.40, it saved drivers an average of $540. >> kris: topping the buzz now. no big surprise here. "star wars: the force awakens" still dominating the box office. the film set a record few new year's ticket sales, raking in another $88.million. it's the second highest-earning "avatar." "daddy's home" came in second hateful eight" was third. >> sarah: a cancer survivor and bruins' fan getting the chance of a lifetime to skate on the garden ice over the weekend bergeron. stephanie atteridge was diagnosed with hodgkin's lymphoma earlier this year. the 20-year-old now in remission. her mother entered her daughter in a contest hosted by the mass health connector.
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atteridge was one of the winners and she laced up her skates on sunday. >> pretty cool. >> it's fun. i didn't even fall, except for on him. >> sarah:>> on patrice. >> it was pretty special for me and steph. we're both cancer survivors, so we are both in remission. >> sarah: that's great. this was the first time atteridge had ever skated, though. officials with the health connector say they would like the host similar events in the future. >> kris: their smiles made it all worth it. >> sarah: it's awesome that the players do stuff like that to interact with the fans and give back. >> kris: you're going the feel like you're on the ice today. it's chilly out there, chris. >> sarah: some real winter weather getting back into the forecast, guys. a couple scattered snow flurries north and west of boston, so far this morning. not much doing in terms of accumulating snow, at least yet. now, coastal snow showers becoming more prevalent this afternoon as temperatures fall back from the upper 20s into the low 20s. especially across the cape and the islands. could see up to a few inches there. look at the lows tonight. 2 to 12 degrees, even the city
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of boston close to 10 tonight. single digits in a lot of the suburbs. another cold day tomorrow, winds not quite as strong tomorrow. we'll have a gusty wind today. of course talking about the ice skating. i saw in the month of december, a lot of those become yard skate ing rinks all frozen up. if you put water out back, it should freeze today and be rock solid by tomorrow morning. we'll start each day on the cold side and then in the afternoon wednesday and thursday warm up into the lower 40s some we do have this cold air settling in for a couple of days providing those ocean-effect snow showers and squalls across the coastline, especially down threw the cape, but it's not going the last all that long. in fact, guys, back to above seasonal levels by wednesday afternoon. >> kris: all right. we'll tough through it i guess. >> sarah: we have to. >> kris: still another half hour of 7news "today in new england." next up at 6:00, tom brady admits he felt a little sore after sunday's loss to the dolphins in miami.
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what this team needs to improve on heading into the postseason. >> sarah: plus hillary clinton and donald trump sounding off as their campaign starts in new england. there will be another big name joining them. >> kris: chilling new video for them this morning. beneath the ocean's waves, deep down after a ship sinks during a hurricane. cordes: most nurses are tough. they're problem-solvers. they like making things better. people don't have access to healthcare because they just can't afford it. bernie sanders understands how pharmaceutical companies and major medical companies are ripping us off. bernie tells the truth, and he's been consistent. he understands that the system is rigged, and he's the only one who can bring real change. i'm bernie sanders,
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>> sarah: we're following breaking news at 6:00, police investigating a quiet -- violent attack in a quiet bay state town. >> kris: the patriots ready to hit the reset button on the season. >> we just have to play well two weeks from now. that's all that matters. >> kris: playoff picture in focus with potential opponents lined up. ism also an officer attacked in boston. what was said before the suspected began throwing punches. >> christa: a new phase in the race for the white house. bill clinton begins stuffing for hillary in new hampshire and donald trump sharpens his attacks against him. >> this is 7 news today in new england.
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>> sarah: good monday morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. it's 6:00. i'm sarah french. >> kris: and i'm kris anderson in for christa today. maybe it's back to work or back to school after the holiday break. you better bundle up. >> sarah: let's send it over the chris lambert. he's here. how it is looking? >> chris: back to the grind and back to winter weather, finally returning after such a warm december. 31 in boston now. 28 in a lot of the suburbs from bedford to norwood. not all that cold right now. in fact, still just a inch above seasonal levels, but look at the numbers as you go throughout the day. getting the kids ready for school. don't expect much of a warm-up. cold recess around lunchtime. temperatures mid-20 thrz, falling back into the low 20s this afternoon. not only do we have the cold air the talk about, there have been a couple scattered snow flurries and a patch of light snow back through hopkinton and up to stowe so far this morning. that's not going to amount to much. but we have a winter weather advisory for the cape and down toward nantucket. this goes into effect later this morning. continues until 7:00 a.m.
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essentially what's happening with the arctic air moving in over the relatively warm ocean waters, you get ocean-effect snow showers and snow squalls. they'll develop in thin, narrow bands. not to say it's going to snow all afternoon and night from chatham over the falmouth, but we'll have these squalls and snow showers wobbling back and forth, depositing up to a few inches of snow. we'll keep an eye on that. coldest air of the season so far nun, widespread single digits with wind-chill factors below zero for some. take a look at those numbers coming up in a bit. >> sarah: time now for fast gersh. >> danielle: thanks, sarah. happy monday, everyone. the expressway, volume is building. you're slowing down on the northbound side of the expressway heading into boston. let's go to the maps from the braintree split into boston on the expressway, up to close to 20 minutes. so it's back to work, back to school for many of you today. maybe give yourself a little extra time on the roads this morning. 128 southbound also slow from route 24 to the braintree split. an eye on an accident.
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this is on route 3 southbound on the ramp to route 3a. so keep that in mind if you're head down toward the cape. the pike out to framingham, looking good. wide open. pretty much a little slowing from 128 into boston. we still have this disabled vehicle. this is 39 southbound at 495. so on 93 southbound. you're slow and go into boston. route 1 looking pretty good this morning. take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door. the braintree split intos be on the expressway northbound, that drive up to 20 minutes. into town on the pike new york delays. 12 minutes, 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, 18 minutes. so far the "t" is on time this morning. back to you, guys. >> kris: we're following a stabbing overnight in barre, massachusetts. >> sarah: one person is wounded and another under arrest. victoria warren is at the police station in barre and joins us with breaking details. vicki? >> victoria: good morning. barre police are still investigating, but we're told this stabbing victim ran nearly a mile after he was stabbed
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looking for help. barre police were called out to the scene overnight. they say a man heard the victim's cries and that man ran out to find him bleeding in the street. he called 911 and the victim was rushed to the hospital. police found a car and the stabbing scene nearly a mile away. they were able to arrest one suspect. he will go before a judge later today. state police are helping out in the investigation. this morning there is no word on what led to this stabbing or what type of altercation may have taken place before any of this happened. as for the victim, he was rushed to the hospital. we don't have an update on how he's doing this morning, but we are told that his injuries are considered non-life-threatening. live this morning in barre, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: the patriots limping into the postseason as the number-two seed in the a.f.c. braid bride and the boys banged up in a loss against miami. no home-field advantage now for the patriots. >> kris: tough road losss in
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south florida, but they have two weeks to rest, recover and hopefully get the offense improved with returns from some weapons who have been injured. here's how the playoff picture is shaping up so far. new england's next game is saturday, january 16th at 4:30. depending on the wild card winners, they will either play kansas city, cincinnati or houston. for reaction let's get out the gillette stadium and 7's nicole oliverio. nicole, good morning. >> nicole: good morning, kris. i think a lot of patriots' fans were thinking there is no way new england was going the lose against miami. but with a vulnerable offense, a lot of injuries and tom brady taking a few hits, they lost more than just the game to the dolphins. the only thing worse than going into the playoffs after losing four of their last six games is if the patriots have to do it with an injured tom brady. >> how much pain right now? >> i'm pretty sore, but i'll be all right. >> nicole: t.b. 12 took a few good hits during yesterday's loss to the dolphins. brady says he's okay, but his offense yesterday wasn't.
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>> we're trying to be effective and move the ball down the field and score points. we're just not doing a very good job of it. >> nicole: hours after new england lost, denver won, securing the number-one seed and home-field advantage throughout the playoffs. that means the road to the super bowl could lead to another brady-manning matchup. the patriots have lost their last two games at denver, including the 2014 a.f.c. championship game. >> we just have to play well two weeks from now. that's all that matters. it's going to be one game. we've got to play well. that's what the whole season will come down to. >> nicole: and hopefully in those few weeks when the playoffs start, the pats will have back some of those injured players, including wideout julian edelman. that's the latest live from gillette, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: a lawrence man is set to face charges after he allegedly drove away from a traffic stop and dragged a trooper in medford. police say the incident happened on 93 south sunday while the man was driving this car. according to investigators, he with him.
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the trooper was pulled a short distance before being released. he was not hurt and chased after the man. another trooper arrested the suspect in everett. >> kris: happening today, the man seen this this video violently attacking a boston police officer is due if court. police say the 23-year-old repeatedly punched this officer while he was silting in his cruiser. it happened near city hall on new year's day. the accused attacker, andrew bowman of everett, is facing several charges. police say he yelled at the officer, "you heard about the war, right?" he then started throwing punches. the officer was not seriously hurt. other officers were able to handcuff the suspect. commissioner william evans commended that officer for showing restraibtd and not using his weapon or pepper spray on that suspect. >> sarah: hillary clinton getting some high-profile help in the race for the white house. today husband bill clinton begins campaigning for her in the granite state. but donald trump is vowing to take aim at the former
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commander-in-chief. 7's jennifer eagen live in nashua, new hampshire, for clinton's first campaign stop. >> jennifer: sarah, good morning. bill clinton has an event here in nashua this morning. then he moves on the exeter, new hampshire, later in the day. you know, the clintons and donald trump are friends, but that's not stopping trump from using bill clinton as campaign fodder. it will be bill clinton's first campaign event for his wife. >> he's so excited about coming back to the granite state. >> jennifer: the former president had two events in new hampshire today. donald trump targeted bill clinton in a tweet writing, "the worst thing hillary could do is have her husband campaign for her. just watch." trump and the clintons have been friends. the clintons attended trump's third wedding, but that's not stopping the republican front-runner. >> it hasn't been a very pretty picture for her or for bill because i'm the only one willing to talk about his problems. i mean, what he did and what he has gone through i think is
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card. >> jennifer: it's an issue hillary clinton faced yesterday when a new hampshire state representative heckled her by shouting questions about her husband's sex scandal. >> you are very rude and i'm not going to ever call on you. >> jennifer: meanwhile, trump found himself on the defensive after al-shabaab, the al qaeda affiliate based in africa, used trump's proposed muslim ban in a video. >> they use other people, too. what am i going to do? i have the say what i have to say. >> jennifer: clinton had slammed trump's inflammatory comments on the campaign trail. >> it's not only shameful and offensive, which it is, it is counterproductive and dangerous. >> jennifer: so bill clinton is here in new hampshire. donald trump has an event in lowell later tonight. we're live in nashua, jennifer egan, 7news "today in new england." >> kris: the national transportation safety board releasing new video now of the
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the cargo ship's stern was badly damaged, resting about 15,000 feet underwater. it's just half a mile away from where the vessel's bridge is. investigators say they have not been able to find the mast, which is where that black box would most likely be located. keith griffin,, jeffrey mathias and mariette wright, all with ties to massachusetts, were among the 3 crew members who are now presumed dead. >> sarah: a standoff in a wildlife refuge in oregon. a group of armed activist have taken over a building to protest federal control of public land after a coordinated and peaceful protest, the group of at least 15 men, some of them armed, broke off and occupied an entryway, declaring themselves its rightful owner. the demonstrators claim to be peaceful. and they are simply protesting for ranchers' rights. >> it has been provided for us to be able to come together and unite in making a hard stand
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against this overreach, this taking of the people's land and resources. >> sarah: state and federal authorities are establishing a law enforcement command post today to coordinate a response. >> kris: happening today, the site of last month's san bernardino shooting rampage will reopen. there will be tighter security as 600 employees at the social services center head back the work for the first time. the building where the shootings took place is closed still indefinitely. 14 people were killed. 22 others were injured. a memorial service will also be held honoring those victims. president john barack obama expecting to announce an executive order making it harder to buy a gun. he's going the try the strengthen background checks. the president is meeting with attorney general loretta lynch today where they will talk about what can be done to reduce gun violence. this is coming before the president's annual state of the union address, which is scheduled for next tuesday. >> sarah: still ahead, a man heading to court today accused of bringing a cache of weapons to gillette stadium.
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>> kris: boston police busy last night dealing with a suspicious bag when someone left a backpack lying on the streets. >> sarah: a deer in danger. a man diving into action to pull off the ultimate icy river rescue. >> chris: plenty of cold air in place the next couple days. temperatures this afternoon and term afternoon only in the 20s. but it's just a two-day stint. we're back into the 40s by mid-week. seven-day forecast ahead. >> sarah: good morning. we're slowing down on the roads. this is the expressway from the split it is into boston. up to about 25 minutes. you're also slow on 128 southbound from route 24 to the braintree split, as well. so far the "t" is on time.
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>> sarah: welcome back. 6:14 on this monday, if you're headed out, bundle up. >> kris: great advice. even colder. >> chris: by tomorrow morning back into the single digits. we haven't seen temperatures like that since early march. arriving. knew we couldn't hold off winter all season long. 23 in plymouth. the wind out of the north at 16mph. 20. feeling like 17 in worcester at this time. much colder air to the north. that's going to be working in throughout the day and overnight tonight. even some snow flurries out there framingham, natick, back through hopkinton, towns just to the north and south of there, as well. look at this number. six. burlington, vermont, that's the arctic air that's going to be pressing in throughout the day. so temperatures really flatlining, fading off as we go through the afternoon and with the cold air passing over the relatively warm ocean waters, we expect ocean-effect snow showers
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and squalls to develop, especially across the cape and the islands. but a few of them may be as far back as cape ann and coastal plymouth county. keep an yes on that this afternoon into this evening. but most persist, some of these bans waving around down across the cape. they're narrow bands. you can go from one town with partial sunshine to a few miles over all of a sudden the snow squall, reduced visibility and slippery travel. that's sort of in and out down through the cape and as the wind direction changes ever so slightly from the north to the north-northeast, back to the north, some of these bans will wobble around down there. generally thinking one to three inches of snow, isolated four. not out of the realm of possibility. light, fluffy snow will easily get blown around, but it also creates slippery travel. perhaps even a coating to an inch across plymouth county as we get a few snow showers to develop. once in a while work back in. 22 to 32. that 32 across the cape. a lot of us in the upper 20s this morning fall into the low 20s this afternoon and the cold gets colder tonight. 2 to 12 degrees. the coldest air we've seen since the beginning of march last year
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and the wind-chill factor falling back below zero for a lot of us. so by 3:00, 4:00, 5:00 a.m., it's going the feel like minus two in the city of boston, minus 5 to minus 10 north an west. so we're certainly talking about cold air tonight and tomorrow. although less wind by tomorrow afternoon and some snow showers across the cape and squalls will end after the morning hours. take a look at the 7 on 7 forecast. this is not prolonged sustained cold air in place. the coldest of the air only lasting about 48 hours. then it's out of here by wednesday afternoon and, yes, we start off wednesday morning on the cold side, but we're back into the low 40s wednesday afternoon, thursday and friday look quiet. next storm system slated for the weekend. marginal cold air around, so i think it's going to be higher terrain wintry mix and some snow up there. coastal plains likely seeing some rain as we get into the start of the weekend. >> sarah: all right, thanks, chris. 6:17 a.m. let's check the roads with danielle gersh,. >> danielle: thanks, sarah. let's head off to the expressway. we're starting to slow down northbound.
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go to the maps and right around granite avenue, that's where things are really slowing down from the braintree split into boston expressway up to 123 minutes. now you're also slow on 128. this little stretch from route 24 to the braintree split. on route 24, starting to slow down around harrison boulevard, as well. route 3 slowing down as you approach the braintree split. and then 95 slowing down as you approach 128, as well. the pike looks really good, though. out to framingham, pretty much mostly green. no delays into boston. north of town, route 93, we're stop and go into boston southbound. route 1 looking pretty good from 128 into town, as well. take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door this morning. 20 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split into boston, into town on the pike from 128. no delays. just 12 minutes. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge up to 20 minutes, as well. so far this morning the "t" is on time. back to you, guys. >> sarah: a city councilman in mississippi coming under fire for his controversial comments about police after an officer chased someone enter a
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neighborhood in his district. >> what i suggest, we get the black leadership together, and as these jurisdictions come into jackson, we throw rocks and bricks and bottles at them. that will send a message: we don't want you in here. >> kris: local law enforcement officials quickly condemning the words of kenneth stokes. they say they are concerned about the safety of their officers. stokes defended himself. he claimed race is a factor in how police treat people in jackson, mississippi. >> so we going to eastbound danger all the citizens in jackson because this person feels that a misdemeanor is important. come get system of these dope boys. get some of these robbers. do that. >> kris: mississippi's governor says he will ask the state attorney general to investigate whether stokes' remarks are criminal threats against police. >> sarah: caught on camera, a daring river rescue in minnesota after one man walks on thin ice
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>> chris: good monday morn, everyone. cold start but not terribly cold for the time of year. upper 20s to near 30 degrees. a couple degrees above average for the time of the year, but the temperatures today going nowhere. in fact, we go the other way this afternoon. cold winds out of the north delivering that frigid air into the temperatures by 7:00 tonight down into the upper teens. 11 tonight, overnight in the city of boston, 5 in worcester, the coldest air since early march, more on the seven-day forecast ahead. >> sarah: the patriots will now wait to see which team will be heading to foxborough in the playoffs.
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the two seed after denver beat san diego on sunday. >> kris: we know the wild card games. they're set in the a.f.c. pittsburgh take on cincinnati. kansas city will visit houston. both those games will be played on saturday. pats host the higher seed remaining. that means if the chiefs and texans and bengals are all possible opponents in the divisional round depending on who wins and who loses. peyton manning may be leading the broncos into the postseason after all. future hall of famer returning to action sunday after missing several weeks replacing brock osweiler in the third quarter. manning is the one who helped lead the denver come-from-behind clinched home-field advantage throughout the playoffs. let's take a look at the final regular-season game of the 2015/2016 season. vikings visiting the frozen tundra there of lambeau. minnesota upsetting the pack centers green bay last night, 20-13. as a result of that win, the vikings earn their first divisional title since 2009. >> sarah: here's a look at the n.f.c. playoff brackets. the panthers are the top seed.
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the cardinals are the second seed. both teams have byes next week. as for the wild card game, minnesota will host seattle and washington will host green bay. those games will be played on sunday. buffalo won their season finale, knocking the jets out of the playoffs, but not everything went well for the bills. after missing a field goal attempt in the second quarter, oh, kicker dan carpenter threw down his helmet, but as you can see, there it bounced right back up and hit him in the face, so he wasn't hurt, but as i said earlier, probably just his pride, right? >> kris: he gets to see it over and over and over again. still ahead this morning, delivery troubles for "the boston globe" despite recruiting reporters and editors to help pick up paper routes. >> sarah: plus a court appearance of hamilton teen accused of kidnapping a little girl. what a judge has to decide. >> kris: mystery surrounding
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>> kris: breaking news at 6:30, police investigating a violent attack in a quiet way state town. >> sarah: the patriots picking themselves up after sunday's loss and preparing for the playoffs. we now know the rival they won't have to face in their first game. >> kris: plus police say a new england man brought weapons to gillette stadium. we should learn more today about what he was planning. >> sarah: delivery trouble with "the boston globe." the trucks are on the move, but will the papers get to your doorstep on time today? >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: good monday morning, everybody. it's 6:30. thanks for joining us. i'm sarah french. >> kris: i'm kris anderson in for christa today, who is home hopefully bundled up. if you're getting out today, you better be bundled up. it's cold. >> sarah: the cold weather is getting to all of us. it's like runny nose, coughing, it's that time of year. >> chris: delayed but not denied. you knew you couldn't hold back
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we have a two-dy cold blast ahead of us. compared to the average, we're morning. we will be we tomorrow. ocean-effect snow. milder mid-week. we're not talking about long duration cold event. 31 in boston. 28 in bedford. what's the big deal, right? wintertime. that's true. these temperatures not that impressive, but they're going nowhere throughout the day. we even have a few flurries. essentially stretching from the weston tolls back into hopkinton and across the southern worcester county. where we have a winter weather advisory in place, that could be cape cod as well as nantucket. that goes into effect mid-day, continuing until 7:00 tomorrow morning because i do expect ocean-effect snow showers and squalls to deliver a generally one to three inches of know down across the cape. isolated higher amounts not out of the question. you see across coastal plymouth county, a coating to an inch there. low temperatures tonight, want to complain about the cold? i think tomorrow would be a good day to do it as we hit 11
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single digits in the suburbs. wind-chill factors below zero. we'll talk more about the seven-day first ahead. >> kris: thanks so much. let's get over the fast track the tropicsic with danielle gersh. >> danielle: route 1 through saugus slowing down. the rest of your ride on route 1 not too bad after you get through saugus. let's talk about route 93. you're slowing down north of 128 around concord street and then slow and go into boston on route 93 southbound. south of town, the expressway from the braintree split into boston, that northbound drive up is to about 24 minutes. south of town, route 24 slowing down around harrison boulevard. 128 southbound from route 24 to the braintree split, you're crawling, as well. 95 slow as you approach 128. the pike crawling through framingham and then you're slow and go into boston on the pike eastbound. like i mentioned, 93 slow from 495 to 128. take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door. the expressway from the
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braintree split into boston around 20 minutes. into town on the pike, no major delays. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge up to about 20 minutes. if you're taking the "t," we have delays on the green line inbound. back to you, guys. >> sarah: thanks, danielle. one man is injured after an overnight stabbing in barre. he ran nearly a mild until someone heard him screaming for help and called 911. police say the victim has non-life-threatening injuries. they arrested the suspect shortly after. he will be arraigned later this morning. now to the day's other top stories. the 23-year-old accused of repeatedly punching a boston police officer is due in court today. andrew bowman, who lives in everett, is facing numerous charges. police say he approached an officer near city hall friday morning and punched him in the face. the officer was not seriously hurt. patriots' quarterback tom brady is probablyson today after taking numerous hits in sunday's loss to the dolphins. braiddy hurt his ankle when he was hit during the second quarter.
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the pats lost 20-10. denver beat san diego, inning broncos earned the top seed in the afc playoffs. new england has a bye this weekend and will face cincinnati, houston or kansas city in the divisional round. >> kris: happening today, we should learn more about why a man brought a bunch of weapons to gillette stadium on friday. he was arrested before the winter classic and is due in court today. 7'sology oliverio live in foxborough with more on this dangerous discovery. nicole? >> nicole: kris, right now it's unclear why this man brought these weapons to gillette, if he had any intent on using them, but that man will be in front of a judge later this morning. this all happening hours before the winter classic on friday. police say they found sword, a stun gun, a meat cleaver, and other weapons in connecticut's matthew bromson's car. according to investigators, they say his car was parked in an off-site parking lot for stadium employees, so bromson himself does not work here at gillette. officers say this was an isolated incident and there was
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no threat to fans who attended the winter classic. bromson now facing serious charges, including assault with a dangerous weapon. live at gillette, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: happening today, a 21-year-old accused of abducting a toddler will be in court today. abigail hannah is accused of abducting the two-year-old in october. she was the girl's former baby sitter. hannah was ordered to undergo a psychological examination and a judge is expected to rule today if she'll be eligible to post bail. >> kris: right now police are searching for the suspect accused of shooting a teenager in everett. according to the district attorney's office, the 19-year-old was shot on a bike path early sunday morning. he was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. new details on a serious atv crash in fitchburg that happened new year's eve. family members say the two little boys injured in the crash are in stable condition this morning. the 32-year-old man who lost his leg remains in critical condition. >> sarah: boston police shutting down a section of western avenue in allston
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yesterday after discovering a suspicious backpack. the bomb squad and a bomb-sniffing dog were called in to investigate. when officers opened the backpack, they determined nothing dangerous was inside. >> kris: the fight between new york state and two major fantasy sports web sites heating up. lawyers for fan dual and draft kings heading back to court today where they're set to argue they're not illegal gambling operations. the new york state attorney general amended a lawsuit last week asking both sites to give back the millions of dollars that they have made from the state last year. the outcome could have an impact on other states. >> sarah: it will be a while before "the boston globe's" new delivery service is back to normal. according to the "globe," the new delivery company has not hired enough drivers to cover every route. and it will take four to six months until the service is up to speed. last week customers were reporting problems getting their paper, so it was all hands on deck for "globe" employees on sunday after many of them worked through the night to deliver
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the problem affected about 10% of daily subscribers. >> kris: plainville police are looking for your help tracking down the owner of this wedding ring. take a look on you screen here. someone found this 14-carat gold band at the t.j. maxx store last wednesday and brought ited to police station. a.j. to d.b. is engraved on the inside along with the date, november 27, '74. if you know who is missing this ring, police would like you to give them a call. >> sarah: still ahead, some avid bruins' fans get a chance to skate with a bruins' star. how they got to hit the ice with patrice bergeron. >> kris: neat story, plus an emotional moment when a police officer finds a little girl missing after a carjacking. >> sarah: the new "star wars" movie is a force to be wreck cobbed with at the box office. when it's expected to become the time. >> danielle: good morning, everyone. happy monday. 25 minutes here on the expressway from the braintree split into boston. if you're taking the "t" this morning, we have some minor
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>> kris: know and go is up next with all of your top stories. we'll let you know what tom brady has the say about heading into the playoffs as a number-two seed, not that top spot. >> reporter: an overnight stabbing in barre. an injured man walks nearly a mile looking for help. >> sarah: also donald trump responding to the video of him being used by a terror group as recruiting material. >> kris: plus a local family skating alongside patrice bergeron. why this trip to the garden mayor-elect so much. -- mend so much. find your sweet spot today with dunkin's chicken apple sausage sandwich. enjoy sweet apple and savory sausage together for under 400 calories.
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>> it's 6:45. time to know and go. >> sarah: the patriots limping into the playoffs after losing miami. >> reporter: breaking news, an county. police making an arrest. >> reporter: the front-runners for president focused on new england as a former president makes his debut on the campaign trail. >> sarah: and a special skate for a local cancer survivor and her dad. all right. 6:45. time to know and go. we have all the day's top stories coming up in a bit. >> kris: we want to get started with traffic and weather. let's get over the chris lambert with a peek at that forecast. >> sarah: good morning, guys. >> chris: good morning, everyone. a little light snow in the city of boston out to the mass pike, hopkinton worcester over to franklin and foxborough. a new flakes in the air and
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temperatures below freezing. upper 20s to near 30 degrees. but the real cold air across northern new england and southern can dark look at this, single digit, above and below zero. that's the cold air that's going to be pressing in toward southern new england overnight tonight. and even later today with that colder air mass passings over the relatively warm ocean waters. we get ocean-effect snow showers and snow squalls. predominantly across coastal plymouth county and especially down through the cape and the islands. you can get one town partly sunny. go a few towns over and you hit a center scawl and reduced visibility and slick travel. keep that in mind the further south and east you go. the better chance for that. i think it will be most persist down across the cape and the islands. for the rest of us, boston out west, maybe a flurry or two during the day today, but much of the time quiet. one to three inches of snow across the cape, isolated four out in out of the question. plymouth county may see some snow showers working in. but the story the cold air that's going to be moving in, as well. temperatures upper 20s, now falling into the low 20s later on this afternoon and the arctic
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new year's resolution to get up early in the morning and get that workout in, i'll give you credit if you get out of bed early tomorrow morning and get that done. temperatures enter the single digits to tart the morning. only a two-day stint. back into the lower 40s by wednesday. >> kris: chris, thanks. now time for fast track traffic with danielle gersh with a peek at the roadways. >> chris: the expressway is a slow drive. go to the maps. around adams street, that's where you're hitting the breaks and then crawling all the way into boston. 26 minutes from the braintree split into boston expressway. northbound, route 24, you're starting to slow down on harrison boulevard. on 95, you're slowing down around route 1. look at route 128. southbound from route 24 to the slit split really a she drive. and then northbound from route 95 up to the pike, a slow drive, as well. on the pike, you're crawling through framingham and then you're slow and go into boston. let's head north of town to 93 from 495 to 128, no major delays, but once you cross over 128, you're really slow into
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route 1 slow through saugus, and then it look like you're fine through vehicular homicideville. take a look at those drive times if you're heading out the door. the expressway from the braintree split into boston up to about 25 minutes. into town on the pike, from 128, 18 minutes. about half an hour on 93 southbound from 128 to the zakim bridge. on the "t," we're still keeping an eye on some delays on the orange line and on the green line. back to you, guys. ism we're following breaking news in worcester county. police investigating an overnight stabbing. >> kris: it all happened in the small town of barre. now one person is under arrest. 7's victoria warren is at the police station this morning with what we've learned so far. vicki, good morning. >> victoria: good morning, kris. barre police are still investigating, but we're being told that this stabbing victim ran nearly a mile while he was looking for help. police tell us that somebody in a neighborhood heard this man crying for help. this man ran out to find the victim bleeding in the street. he called 911.
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and the victim was rushed to the hospital. police found a car and the stabbing scene nearly a mile away. they were able to arrest one suspect and he will go before a judge later today. state police are helping out in the investigation. no word on what led to this stabbing and what the possible motive was, what the situation was in the moments before all this happened. as for the victim, he was rushed to the hospital. we're told that his injuries were considered non-life-threatening. live this morning in barre, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> kris: talking football now. patriots heading into the postseason as the number-two seed in the a.f.c. new england losing home-field advantage with that loss on the road to miami. >> sarah: tom brady admits he feels a little sore after being hit repeatedly on sunday. but he is hitting the reset button for the playoffs. 7's nicole oliverio live at gillette with details on who the pats will be facing. nicole? >> nicole: not the way pats' fans wanted to see this season end. the pats losing against the dolphins, making that their
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fourth loss since thanksgiving in their last six games. but as you mentioned now, it's all about the playoffs, and they just have to get one win at a time. here's a breakdown of what we know will happen. now, the pats will have a bye this week, and they will host their divisional round game on 4:35. based on whoever wins the wild card game, the possible opponents for the patriots are cincinnati, houston and kansas city. >> we just got to play well two weeks from now. that's all this really mearlts. it's going to be one game. we got the play well. that's what the whole season will come down to. >> nicole: with the pats' home-field advantage throughout the playoff, so the road to the super bowl could mean another trip to denver and another brady-manning matchup. that's the latest live from gillette, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: happening later today, the everett man accused of violently attacking a boston police officer will be
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arraigned. investigators say 23-year-old andrew bowman approached an officer near city hall on new year's day and repeatedly punched the officer in the face. the officer thankfully was not seriously injured. bowman faces several charges. >> kris: a lawrence man is set to face charges after he allegedly drove away from a traffic stop and dragged a trooper in medford. police say the incident happened on 93 south sunday. according to investigators, he drove away and pulled the trooper a short distance. the trooper wasn't hurt and chased after that man. another trooper eventually arrested that suspect in everett. >> sarah: the man accused of bringing several weapons to gillette stadium will face a judge today. officers arrested matthew bromson a few hours before the winter classic. officials found sword, guns and meat cleaver in his car. his car was parked in an off-site parking lot for stadium employees, however, he does not work at gillette stadium.
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getting some high-profile help in the race for the white house. today her husband bill clinton beginnings campaigning for her in the granite state. donald trump, however, is vowing to take aim at the former commander-in-chief. 7's jennifer egan live in nashua, new hampshire, this morning for more on clinton's first campaign stop. jen, good morning. >> sarah: kris, good morning. bill clinton has an event in nashua this morning. then he moves on the exeter, new hampshire. the clintons and donald trump were allies in the past. the clintons actually went to trump's wedding back in 2005, but that's not stopping trump from taking aim at bill and hillary. this is the former president's first solo campaign appearance for his wife. trump has tried to tie hillary clinton to her husband's past sex scandals. trump said having bill clinton campaign for her is the worst thing hillary could do. well, meanwhile, trump found himself on the defensive after his call to ban muslims from entering the united states was
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al-shabaab, a terrorist group affiliated with al qaeda. >> listen, they use other people, too. what am i going to do? i have to say what i have to say. you know what i have to say, there's a problem. we have to find out what is the problem and we have to solve that problem. >> reporter: we're sure the hear more from trump. he has an event in lowell later tonight. jennifer egan, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: later today the mbta fiscal manage. control board will meet to discuss the possibility of fare hikes. last month the board approved a change that would allow them to raise fares as much as 10% every two years. a fare hike could go into effect as soon as july. >> kris: national transportation safety board releasing this new video. it's the "el faro" wreckage deep beneath the ocean's surface. the cargo ship stern is badly damaged, resting 15,000 feet underwater. it's just a half mile away from where the vessel's bridge, is but investigators say they still
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have not been able to find the mast, which is where that black box would most likely be located. three crew members with ties to massachusetts are among the 33 crew members now presumed dead. investigators say they are considering launching a second search to locate the data recorder. >> sarah: a developing story. standoff happening right now at a national wildlife refuge in oregon. a group of armed activist have taken over a building to protest federal control of public land. after a coordinated and peaceful protest, a group of at least 15 men, some of them armed, broke off and occupied an entry way, declaring themselves its rightful owners. state and federal authorities are establishing a law enforcement command post today to coordinate a response. >> kris: president obama expected to announce an executive order making it harder to buy a gun. it's expected that he will true and strengthen background checks. the president is meeting with attorney general loretta lynch today to talk about what can be done to reduce gun violence overall. this is coming before the president's annual state of the union address, which is
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scheduled for next tuesday. >> sarah: caught on camera... >> hi, sweetheart. you okay? come here. come here. come here. >> sarah: a three-year-old girl in new mexico rescued by police after a suspect steals a car with her inside. the man left the little girl in an empty parking lot. she wasn't hurt, police later found the stolen car but are still searching for that suspect. >> kris: a cancer survivor and boston bruins' fan getting the chance of a lifetime on the garden ice over the weekend with none other than patrice bergeron hitting the ice. stephanie atteridge diagnosed with hodgkin's lymphoma last year. good news, the 20-year-old is now in remission. her mother entered her daughter into a contest hosted by the mass health connector. atteridge was one of the winners and had the chance the lace up her skates on sunday. >> pretty cool. >> i didn't even fall, except for on him. >> on patrice? >> yeah. >> it was special for me and steph.
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stuff like that, so we both are in remission. >> kris: she didn't seem to mind falling on patrice bergeron, right? >> sarah: no. >> kris: this was first time, by the way, atteridge has ever skated. officials with the health connector say they would love to host similar events like this in the future. that would be neat to see. >> sarah: definitely. let's get a final check of the forecast with chris lambert. >> chris: big smiles there. cold moving in, starting the morning off in the upper 20s. we go nowhere temp her-wise for the day. ocean-effect snow squalls. much of the snow will fall across the cape and the islands. look at the cold air tonight. this is going to be the story guys, tonight. low temperatures, single digits, even in the city of boston. close to 10 degrees with wind-chill factors running below zero. cold air in and out within two days. back in the low 40s. >> looking at that 7 there:. >> kris: did you forget a one were to? >> sarah: right? the "today show" is straight ahead. thanks for joining us everybody. i'm safe are french. and i'm kris anderson. we return with your latest news
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