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we're following breaking news this morning out of brockton where a students hit be a truck. high school there. and we have the latest in our 7news tracking polls. a shift in the political landscape. five days before the new hampshire primary. also look at this. what happened in methuene a clerk decides to fight back turning the tables on an armed theft. is the nfl withholding
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brady of deflate gate. hear what his dad has to say about that. let's go to chris lambert in >>meteorologist: they provided chris. temperatures still in the 50s. yet in new england you know the weather can change quickly here. we have winter storm watch for late tonight into friday itself. 55 degrees in boston. 55 in plymouth. 57 norwood. showers more widespread earlier this morning. still a couple of lingering showers through the next few hour then it should dry out for a while this afternoon into early this evening. couple of things that we are watching. the colder air across the great lakes that will work into southern new england overnight tonight at the same time you grow this cool front that's working through right now and you follow down to carolina coastline. there's a couple of waves of low pressure and as the secondary one does ride a very close to
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increase the rain chances again overnight tonight. with that colder air moving on in that rain changes to snow by about 3:00, 4:00, 5:00 in the morning then the steadiest of the snow in time for morning commute. couple of hours either side of the morning commute. i expect a messy mix of heavy wet snow on the roadways and slush for the morning commute tomorrow. perhaps up to few inch of welt snow in the city of boston. 3 to 6 south of the city. this will be one of those heavy west tasty snows that sticks to everything with temperature close to 33 or 34 in the morning. we dry out for the weekend. more on this storm and what to expect over the weekend, ahead. it's danielle's turn with traffic. still a slow drive from braintree into boston. we had an incident south of town that actually cleared. and right now we're just lacking
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123, 24 and 95 no major delay. pike from 495 to 128 not too bad then 128 into boston a slow drive. you can see the red there. north of town 93 southbound slow and go. we had an earlier accident in redding on 128 southbound. and 129 that's just cleared route 1 heading into boston slow and go as well. let's take a look at the drive times as you head out the door this morning. 25 minutes on the expressway into boston from the braintree split into town on the pike from 128, 25 minutes as well. 128 to zakim bridge. if you take the t this morning back to you guys. >> we're following breaking news from brockton this morning where a female brockton high scale students hit by a truck. let's go to nicole oliverio. she's on the phone and she's live at the scene. nicole? >> we can tell you the scene has completely cleared. that female student we're tolds taken to good samaritan high school. we're told her injury are nonlife threatening.
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the back entrance to brockton high along belmonte street. a pickup truck hit that teen as she was crossing the street. you can see the damage to the front passenger side of that pickup truck. so we know that the driver did stop on scene. whether or not that driver is going to be charged remains to be scene. again that student is taken to good samaritan hospital with nonlife threatening injury. this is third pedestrian accident this week. for now that's the latest live in brockton. nicole oliverio. 7 news "today in new england." thank you. let's turn now to new hampshire and the democrats ready to gohead tohead. it's the first one on one debate for hillary clinton and bernie sander. on the republican side then time that war of words between ted cruz and donald drum continues to heat up. nancy chen live in fort smith with more on the campaign trail. nancy? >> good morning to you. you can tell it's crunch time by
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about 25 events on the schedule across the granite state including several in fort smith. marco rubio just wrapping up town hall behind me. his message he's the one to unite the republican party and take on either bernie sanders or hillary clinton. >> wednesday in november 8th. we can't wait to the knew of bernie sander or hillary clinton that would be a disaster for america. >> florida senator still inside right now taking questions. busy day for him. he has three more town halls planned. busy day for most of the candidates actually wrapping up with the democrats tonight facing off in a debate that's going to be in durham this after a busy late night for them both. >> last night bernie sander and hillary clinton attended town hall forum fighting for the
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we share a lot of the same big progressy goals. but we have different ways of going about them. that said sanders the problem. i don't know any progressive who has a super pact and takes $15 million from wall street. marco rubio who is up to second place in our 7news tracking poll picked up endorsement of rick santorum who dropped out wednesday. someone that can bring this country together, not just moderates and conservatives but judge and old. that's rubio's nn pitch. >> i know if i'm the republican nominee we will win election. donald trump back in new hampshire after accusing ted cruz of telling that ben carson was dropping out on voter not. cruz said trump is losing it. >> we're libel to wake up and
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would have nuked denmark. >> again trump is back in new hampshire today. he has events planned in portssmith as does ted cruz. 7news "today in new england." thanks for that recap. and on just one station this morning we have our exclusionsy umass/wl owell powelling. >> the political ground is moving a little bit. we can see iowa impact and the war of words we've been seeing marco rubio is gaining ground. donald trump is still in first. we'll be clear with that. he has 36%. but marco rubio takes over second place. and 15% for ted cruz. i'm sorry 14% goes to ted cruz. jeb bush has 8% and john kasich 7%. so for the rest of the republicans chris christy, 5%. ben carson, 4, carly fiorina, 4 and undecided 8% there. our tracking poll shows what's
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trump on top. he's down two points. this the first time he cropped dropped at all in our polling. a gain of 3 points. ted cruz holding support slipping into third place. jeb bush lost a point. democratic race hillary clinton can start thinking about a comeback possibly. bernie sanders is going in the wrong direction according to our poll numbers. sander still does have a significant lead over hillary clinton, 58% to 36% which is a 22-point margin. but let's take a look at the direction of the tracks. here's where it's interesting. sanders is down three points. hillary clinton is up 4 points in fact that's our biggest single gain since we began our polls. so far things are k laing good for mark you rubio and clinton. not good for anyone else. you want to stay with 7news throughout the primary. you will have live coverage
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>> also on 7 bad weather being blamed for sparking a fire alternate this multifamily home in lawrence strong winds fuelling the flames after taking down a tree and then power lines along with that. let's head out to laurence now. victoria warren is there. vicki, some pets were able to escape this fire as well. that's good news. they were able to rescue the pets. everyone inside the home was able to get out. that's great news. because first game the wind. the wind brought down this tree you see behind me. the tree brought down some power lines and the next thing anyone knew this home was on fire. a fire literally erupting in an incident. i hear the tree fell down. and then boom. a wind driven fire in lawrence sudden strong gusts took trees down all across the city. >> a tree limb was knocked down and it took down the power lines.
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time everyone made it out safely. the home is old and the chief said the wind just pushed the flame through. and that is power line that fell stayed live which really held firefighters back. this side of the street at the time had power lines down. so we weren't able to get water from this end. we had to go to the other end. the fire and city wide wind damage stretching resources then. other departments were called in to help. the home a complete loss and one firefighter was hurt. >> he hurt his hip. he's been transported to lawrence general by the paramedics. he should be all right. >> great news the firefighter is expected to be okay. and addition to everyone in this home being a i believe to get themselves out safely, lawrence fire department did rescue three dogs and one bird. live in lawrence, victoria warren 7news "today in new england." new this morning police need your help trying to find an armed robber on the run. look a this video.
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hooded sweatshirt waved and knife and demanded cash wednesday afternoon. that clerk fought back when the suspect grabbed the register. then he uses register to smash out the front glass in that door to try to get away. look at that diving head first. interesting story. it's been more than a year since we first heard the term deflate gate. some are questioning whether or not the nfl has evidence that could prove that tom brady is innocent. nicole oliverio has more. >> reporter: what the nfl has prove the patriots didn't cheat last year after being accused of deflating footballs. yesterday the nfl head official said ref's recorded ball measurements and gave that information to the nfl. right now evaluating the information. we didn't have any violations this year. but, again, wear still in that evaluation phase to look at
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said his dad could prove his son never cheated. data. i don't, unfortunately, it was in the league's best interest to release something that exonerated tom. it's all nonsense and air. earlier this week roger goodell told the league wasn't conducting an experiment to see if ideal gas logs and a halfly deflated football. we we do spot checks to prevent and make sure they understand we're watching the issues. it wasn't a research study. it's simply were spot check. while the talk is hot air the question as to who tom brady will be at super bowl 50 as the league honors former mvp is don't know that, that. from the sound of that. based on goodell's interview it doesn't sound like they have any to the public.
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nicole oliverio. 7news "today in new england." you see rainy down at gillette. hard to believe we're tracking snow for friday. >> what edges do you expect in new england. tomorrow morning lower 30s and steady snow. how much to expect, ahead. i do everything on the internet. but it's kind of slow. my friends say i should get fios because it's the fastest. i just downloaded 600 photos in 60 seconds. that's seriously better. we're out of 2%! i wonder what else could be better around here? i heard that. switching to better internet is now easier than ever. only fios has the fastest internet available, with uploads up to 5x faster than cable. get 100 meg upload and download
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55 in the city of boston. 48 in orange. the front working through. not a dramatic drop off. in fact temperature sliding couple of degrees during the afternoon. you can see the winds from the northwest. along and ahead of the front scattered showers filter throughout the city of boston. this the light stuff compared downpours we had late yesterday. once the front clears the coastline. expect some peeks of sunshine this afternoon.
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the upper 40s and lower 50s. although cooling off quickly this evening with numbers dropping down to about 43 by 7:00 p.m. 36 in buffalo. 16 greenbay. this cold air will work in late overnight tonight. crucial to the forecast here. because as this front get hung up off the east coast and way of low pressure rides up the coastline and throws more moisture into southern new england what will start up again as rain late this evening 10:00 or 11:00 transitions over to snow once we get the colder air in place between 3:00 and 5:00 in the morning and this snow will be steady. it's on heavy at time during the morning commute tomorrow. especially close to boston. down through southeastern mass as we transitioned from the rain to snow. this will continue until lunch time. afternoon we start drying out boston to worcester. early afternoon holding on to snow. by late date peek of sun before the sun sets. how much snow up to few inches
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3-6 south of the city. a lot of this falling during the morning commute. we expect slick travel out there for the morning hours. especially between 6:00 a.m. through 10:00 a.m. poor travel at times with that wet snow sticking to the road giving a greasy sliding to the road. and that snow tapers off with temperatures above freezing. >> it's a heavy wet snow at this temperatures 33, 34 degrees for the storm. for more over to danielle. you mention the colder air working through as we head into the overnight hours. you can see 2:00 a.m. temperatures are still in the upper 30s low 40s. we're probably still dealing with rain and then as we approach your early morning hours by 5:00 a.m., temperatures are dropping to around freezing. this is when we expect the rain to turn to snow and then these are temperature that hold steady through about lunch time and for
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we're certainly getting a late start we have a lot of snow so far. 10.4 and 11.1 in worcester. we have below normal snowfall. our temperature so far this last february. by this time last year we already had 16.2 inch of snow. we're not talking about snow totals anywhere close to that for tomorrow. and then we are talking about colder air working in for next week. you. with that colder air come the potential of more snow monday into tuesday. milder air see you later. cold air coming back. we're right on the edge. when you're right on the edge of the deep trough of cold air you are right on the edge of the storm track as well. we'll have to watch the potential for more snow in here late monday into tuesday. otherwise the weekend does look nice and quiet. you have outdoor plans.
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be comfortable with sun. weather pattern continues to shift all over the place. >> have to be flexible. >> still ahead on 7news "today in new england." see who boosted the price of life saving drug by 5,000%. hear what he plans to tell congress. >> airlines changing rul
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7news now turning to zika virus and the governor of florida declaring a state of emergency as there are at least 9 cases of the virus in that state. health officials believe all the patient contracted the mosquito borne illness while travelling to effected country. cdc adding jamaica and tonga. pregnant women in particular should be cautious because of the risk of birth defects. also united and delta air lines allow people to opt out where the zika virus has been detected. officials in colorado are investigating whether former surgical technician could have exposed thousand of people to hiv and hepatitis b and c. the hospital which is outside of denver said the man was stealing pain medication and in doing so may have switched certain drugs. >> there's concern with this
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the crimes that we were informed about. >> more so that the risk that he has other patients that may be out there. the hospital offering testing for 2900 patient who have surgery there. the ceo infamous for raising the price of lifesaving drug more than 5,000% will testify now before congress. martin scareli will speak during a hearing on the rising cost of prescription drugs. it will be held by the house oversight and government reform committee in washington, d.c. just ahead at 9:23. a super sneak peek we're getting our first look now at some of the biggest commercials for super bowl 57. some of them are really odd, too. i have to say. some are odd. that's what makes them great. a race to rescue.
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it's competitive as sunday super bowl game may be on the field it's the battle on television that could be just as good. several companies offering a sneak peek of some of this year's top ads. you may notice certain kind of trend this year. >> if last year's super bowl commercial pulled heart strings. this year target the funny bone. >> humor the most used approach. >> using unknown to dlifer laughs. but skit ls hopes star power hits the comedic sweet spot. when it works it can be effective.
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>> honda hedging humor bet with another advertising staple. kids and animals always sell well. >> in contrast to last year's socially conscious but somber nationwide ad. which really was one of the most historic ad plots in history. if your brain was donated to science signs should return it. stop it. check the walk 1/2 in closet. there's also shelf life beyond game day. >> people are more average to share humorous ads. social media where many of the ads have been teased or premiered in full which carried risk. when you lose the element of surprise it limits the impact in the superintoel. with more than 100 million consumers watching sunday, advertisers hope the last laugh is there's. kim khazei.
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>> whether they are pulling the heart strings or funny the commercials always cost a fortune. this year $5 million for a third-second spot. as they mentioned we pretty much have been them all. >> not good math. curious as to what that works out. >> what was that monkey donkey puppy? >> part alien. >> a little bit weird. it will keep us watching, i guess. >> $5 million for 30 seconds. imagine the pressure.
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we have more on breaking newses a brockton high school student hit by a pickup right near the high school. we're live. >> politics as well just five days now until the new hampshire primary. political ground is shifting. see which two candidates are
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exclusive tracking polls. while two contender prepare to go face to face in new hampshire in the first one on one debate. also a 3-year-old trapped in a burning apartment building and what it took for crews to rescue the toddler. >> a belmonte women make history completing 7 marathons and 7 continentals. now her hometown is honoring her. 9:31. thanks for sticking with us. we're talking weather too. the snow on the way it sounds like. are you prepared for this? >> not when you walk outside today. it's warm, rainy, humid now we talk snow. it's hard to go from april to february. once you go forward you can't go back. at least we get breaks of april in here this winter unlike last winter we locked and loaded in the cold and snow. good morning everyone. we have winter storm watch in effect. as well as the cape and vineyard friday.
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you are saying what snow? temperatures into the 50s. but we have cold front coming through. it's cold enough air to west that will work on in as soon as this front slides to east of us. along that front one wave of low pressure will ride up the coastline that will allow for precipitation increase. getting rid of few showers over the next hour or two. and then later on this evening rain reemerging into southern new england. the thing about this rain, though temperature will be in the low 40s and then fall back into the low 30s. between 3:00 and 5:00 in the morning worcester into boston we're flipping over to snow about 7:00 in the morning down toward the cape cod canan. but the heaviest snow across eastern mass coinciding with the morning commute tomorrow. i do see this being a messy friday morning commute with steady to at times heavy snow. most of the snow between 5:00 and noon. up to 6 inches of snow.
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heavier bands to work through tomorrow morning. more on the forecast and what to expect over the next few days female brockton high school student hit by a truck. let's go to nicole oliverio there for us this morning nicole. >> police have cleared the scene. she has nonlife threatening injury. this accident happened along 123 outside the entrance to brockton. you can see the entrance to front passenger side. the driver obviously stops. it's unclear if that driver will be cited or charged. the teen police aren't releasing her name or age. s taken to nearby hospital where we're told she suffered nonlife threatening injury. for now that's the latest live in brockton. new england." state police report that a body has been recovered from the
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this body was spotted by a pedestrian earlier this morning. and its near the cambridge side of the long fellow bridge. we don't know too many more details at this point. when more information come along we will pass it to you. >> the new hampshire primary now just five days away. while the grandate state may be small the primary is expected to have a huge impact on the presidential campaign. >> that means the candidates are doing all they can to change voter's minds here. let's go to nancy chin. she is live for us. nancy? >> good morning to you. busy day here in new hampshire. as the candidate crisscross the state trying to get the votes. right now there's a lot of momentum behind marco rubio. he's here today as are donald trump and ted cruz. separately as things get testy between trump and cruz trump right now is accusing cruz of playing dirty in the iowa caucuses and steal image his
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trump call for either new voting there for the results to be nullified and cruz well he responded with new phrase. >> oh that voter fraud. it's no surprise that donald is throwing yet another temper tantrum or another trump tantrum. seems reaction to everything is throw a fit. engage in insult. >> late night meantime for bernie sander and hillary clinton as they had a joint democratic town hall both showing softer sides while also slamming each other about who is more progressive. >> i do not know any progressive who has a superpact and takes $15 million from wall street. you can't go and say you moderate one day and be progressive on the other day. i was somewhat amused sander set him up to be gate cooper who is
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he voted to let guns -- >> while they were in the same place at the same time here the things they didn't actually debate each other. instead that will happen later on tonight. for now live in portsmouth new hampshire 7news "today in new england." some of you know they were -- oh, my god. >> you heard reaction. scary moments on stage. bernie sanders you see him running over stop the news conference to help a man who passed out. the mans lying on the ground before being helped up and finally walking out of the room. donald trump private jet had to make an emergency landing after reporting engine trouble. >> on just one station a big change in exclusive 7news umass polling.
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we're seeing more of what iowa impact is having on this war of road. >> marco rubio is gaining ground. but it's marco rubio taking second place with 15%. ted cruz with 14% while jeb bush at 8%. for the rest of the republicans chris christy at 5%. ben carson 4. carly fiorina, 3 and undecided at 8%. our tracking poll show all trump on top. but down 2 points. the first time he's dropped in our polls since it began. mark you rubio shooting into second place with the 15% gain of 3 points. ted cruz heading support but then slips to third place because of rubio's gains. jeb bush lost a point no change for john kasich. in the democratic race hillary clinton can maybe start thinking about making a comeback.
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wrong direction here. sander we should mention still has a significant lead over clinton. it's 58 to 36%. look at the direction of the tracks here. sanders is down three. clinton up four. that's our biggest single gain since we start doing the polling. stay with us throughout the process we'll have live coverage from the granite state all week on air and online at also on 7 firefighter believe the weather is to blame for this fire in a four-unit home in lawrence. some intense flames there. strong winds actually knocked over a tree. that then took out power lines on sergeant street last night. fortunately everyone in the house managed to get out safely. a race to the rescue in chelsea when firefighters learned that a toddler was trapped in a burning apartment building. crews say the fast-moving flames forced dozens of family to rush out to safe. neighbor spotted a 3-year-old on
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that's when the crews jumped into action bringing out the ladders to try to help out. out. escort him out of the building. >> just run quickly to save the life. safely. two firefighters were taken to the hospital for minor injuries >> popular bar near fenway park is striking out and closing its doors for good. who is on first is now going out of business. the popular spot for red sox fans for money than 35 years. and the decision to close its doors comes after several shooting that happened outside the bar at the end of last year. and mbta train conductor was shot and killed outside whose on first. on thanks giving day. one person has been arrested in conjunction with that shooting. we're following more news today. sexual assault case against bill
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he was hoping his verbal agreement not to prosecute would keep him out of the courtroom. the judge ruled that wasn't a binding agreement. it's suspected he will appeal. he's set to be back in court next month. irs hopes to have all electronic filing services up and running again today after the agency experienced a hardware failure. wednesday outage cause many of the tax processing system to be unavailable. some part of the agency's web site still aren't working properly. if you filed your return before the issue, though the irs said you will not be effected. you don't have to worry about that. and customer at mcdonalds are not loving it. they started complaining the sticks that they had ordered didn't have any cheese. class action lawsuit was filed in california that the chain is not actually using real cheese inside. the lawsuit claims that part of
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filler rather than 100% real cheese. like advertised. >> i know you're like just waiting to pounce with a pun. >> you will say something. >> there's nothing. >> if you spend the cheddar you want the mozzarella. >> i knew it had to have something. ahead on 7news "today in new england." batman behaving badly. this is caught on camera committing a crime. sea lion deciding to go on a shopping spree here. >> wonder what it picked up. anything good? take a look at the forecast for us. back into the low 30s with some steady, heavy snow tomorrow morning.
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parade will be held in belmonte to honor the first american women to complete the world marathon challenge. the celebration is set to begin today at 3:30. she completed the challenge last friday, though running all 7 marathons. on 7 continents and she did in 7 days. can you step up here. she won the women's divisional of the challenge and finished
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not only did she do this quickly. coming in first then third overall. >> a list of things i will absolutely never do. >> not on the bucket list. anti bucket list. i like that. how about you? >> we have the same thing on our anti bucket list. i have the same thing there. looking at the landscape antarctica with the snow. i think it looked like that in boston. training for boston marathon last year. its tough to find some space to run last winter across the area. 55 in boston right now. 55 in plymouth. 55 in norwood. wind along the west. transitioning to west-northwest to north and west of boston. out through metro west and up into southern new hampshire. that's where the front is crossing. spotty light showers and sprinkles but for the most part we will catch a break here and the precipitation across much of eastern mass. breaks in the overcast. temperature steady. may fall a couple of degree. we'll call it peeks of sun into the afternoon. with temperature running close
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we're saying 50-degree weather. how will we get stouz. great lakes. england. at the same time there's another storm system along the front that get stuck to the east of us working up the east coast. that's going to provide the moisture. initially temperature too warm to support that snow. once we break into precipitation it is rain on the on set but 3:00, 4:00, 5:00 in the morning. we transition back over to snow and down through the south shore from about 5 to 7:00 a.m. we push the rain over snow. notice the darker blue showing up. this is when we get into more intense bands of snow through southeastern mass. this where you get rate of an inch an hour across the area. this will coat the roads with the wet tasty snow and i expect a slow go for the morning. in the afternoon ride home from work we do dry it out.
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temperature above the freezing mark. really highlighting the morning commute from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 or 11:00 as poor conditions on the road with steadier snow lingering through southeastern mass improvement in the afternoon. for more on temperature and when to expect the drop. back to danielle. you mention the cooler air working through the overnight hours. you can see as we head into 3:00 a.m. temperature in the upper 30s low 40s. these numbers probably supporting rain. and then as we work into 5:00 a.m. into 6:00 a.m. we drop closer to freezing. that's probably when we see the turn over to snow. that's where the temperatures really stay for much of your morning into lunch time. we're still having a slow start to winter. we have lack of snow so far. i don't know if anyone is complaining. 10.4 inch in post. now temperature big different from last february to february.
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temperature well above average. and by this time in february last year we already had 16.2 inch of snow. now we're not talking about snow head into tomorrow. but as we head into next week. we talk about some cooler air moving in. you. >> perhaps more snow into monday and tuesday of next week. mild air is leaving us add image to snow totals tomorrow morning and perhaps again next week. right on the edge of the cold front and right on the storm track here. you take a look at the 7 on 7 forecast. we will see improvement in the afternoon. a few inch of snow in boston. 3 to 6 likely widespread. we will get sun shine back in here. lower 40s. perhaps kid want the go sledding in and skiing. i think we will do that in southern new england. ski resorts will enjoy the weather next week as we have
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potential of snow monday into tuesday. cape crusader caught on camera. batman taking a page from the joker's book committing crime instead of stopping them. deputies say this wannabe robbed two store js. he did in a half an hour. deputies don't have much of a description accept that he was wearing a bat suit. a sea lion surprising shoppers in a store in california. store owner think he climbs up a 145 step staircase that leads from the shoreline to the store. so he certainly got in his workout. oh, look. he's just rolled right up to the cash register. a little coaxing and salmon he was able to get back into the water. some shoppers were able to grab this video and some pictures. >> where is the seafood. point me to salmon. >> that's how i imagine a sea lion would talk.
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>> i like the impression. we have much more to come on "today in new england." the outrageous price people are paying to see super bowl 50.
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[announcer]redfin pays its agents based on your happiness... that's real estate, redefined. >> good morning on any given night the celtics opponent seem to have the two best player on the floor. opponent are usually the more talented team but the celtics prove to be the better team. they've won ten of the last 13 games climbing all the way up to fourth place in the eastern conference. isiah thomas and the celtic led the pistons by as many as 24 last night.
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late in the fourth. isiah 17 points. celtics win it 102-95. they visit lebron james tomorrow night. the bruin going back to the drawing board because they have some serious issues that need to dress and fast. what's worse 7 blows. they said there's a simple solution to both. >> they kind of lose track of that at time and get away from things that we used to do well. >> it's most fun when you look back. it's still a play off team. are we the best in the league? i don't think so. but we have a play off team and we can get just get better as team. the bee is back at it in buffalo. starting off with jack ikel and
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i'm joe amorosino, that's sports have a great date. super bowl 50 on the way to becoming the most expensive sporting event in u.s. history. the average price of a ticket just shy of $5,000. the big game between the pathers and denver broncos is held over in silicone valley. the wealthy area is helping drive up prices. most expensive for pair of seat near the 50-yard line which i think you got for what? $20,500 each? >> one for you and me. next on "today in new era. what the magazine is doing that
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>> nangs are changing. this the only one of several changes the iconic magazine has made to try to reach what they call new generation of readers. playboy also doing away adult cartoons in its monthly list of party jokes as well. >> facebook is celebrating 12th birthday today which has been dubbed friends day to celebrate user get a personalized video with picture of them and their friend in news feed. zuckerberg big present to himself. he's top five richest people in the world. happy birthday to me or something like that. >> i would agree on that. isolated showers. otherwise peeks of sun into the afternoon. temperatures running into the 50s today. yet we're talking about snow tomorrow. few inch in boston. 3 to 6. 7 on 7 forecast. quiet weekend ahead of us. we'll have more snow late monday
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