. >> daniel: school system tells the boston herald they wanted to safeguard students in greater boston community. doctors have confirmed that patient in texas has acquired the zica virus through sexual transmission. the patient was affected having sex with someone coming back from venezuela and infected with the virus. this is the first known case in the current outbreak where the virus has been transmitted the virus is carried by mosquitoes and can be truly harmful for women who are pregnant or become pregnant. the world health organization have declared it a public emergency. it is now prevent in at least 27 countries. it is also been detected in number of u.s. states, including boston man who was diagnosed
we we cut it in boston back to worcester county and the north shore. but jason, right now the winds continue to be the big story. >> a windy start and already wind gusts in excess of 50 miles per hour.
boston itself 38 degrees. salisbury, 31. 31 in duxbury and 36 in harwich. temperatures 20s and 30s as we wake up this morning. it will be all about the sunshine today. noontime, 45 degrees. by 3 p.m., 47. it is not 50 degrees in your community. so that means temperatures 10 degrees above average and if that is not warm enough for you, i have got an even warmer day tomorrow but i am going to be having some of the hardest hit areas we are expecting the heaviest downpours coming up in less than ten minutes. now let's get you over to julie
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