boston to braintree on the expressway. south of town is doing okay as well and as you travel the pike west about 15 minutes to 198. there was an accident involving an overturned you will find some residual delays and then as you travel good shape. the trains and buss are back on schedule. phil? phil: rhondella richardson is live for us now. rhondella? reporter: between friday and today, this is how brockton snowfall has piled up. the snow starts and stops, but the wind has been a consistent pain and a lot of blowing of the snow as the temperature dips. you will have black ice. be careful because it is beneath some of the snow. >> digging out is a chore. >> this is fluffy. it is not that bad. this is quite a bit to cover here. >> driving is a challenge, but emergency managers are thrilled there are no power outages like during friday's storm. >> they just finished getting people connected at 4:00, 5:00 yesterday. we convinced the national grid to keep those crews here in the city. they are on stand by right >> 180 pieces of
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in boston, about six. same through the south shore. eight inches but there could be some bands that set up that would give us a foot of snow p o mountains as you look towards the cape. this is part one. part two was on tuesday. it does not look like accumulation, a light dusting. and then we got a chance of
will try to hide from you >> anchor: a boston marathon bombing survivor ready to run. adrian davis prepping to take the 26.2 mile challenge. she lost her leg in the 2013 . >> anchor: this year she boston. elizabeth noreika live at the story.
. >> she covered her face at arraignment in boston visible court today roughly 14 hours after police say she hit two people in chinatown and fled. dragging a 28-year-old woman more than two miles pinned under her wrath four.
. >>> the 120th boston marathon is april 18. live in boston tonight, elizabeth noreika, 7 news. >> anchor: the if the trend continues it may be like 95 degrees by the time we get to the marathon. maybe not. hopefully not .
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