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another nor'easter as this storm is finally binding downright -- winding downright now. we are live but we begin with pamela right now. >> good morning. the last few snow flakes are squeezing out of the clouds at this time. that's where the light snow showers are lingering. they are not going to stick around for too much longer. we have a clear sky over boston right now. the vineyard, chatham still seeing light snow flakes. this will continue to move out over the next 20 minutes or so. hour by hour forecast. a couple of clouds linger. we are dry and no additional snow moving in. temperatures will be in the upper 20s this afternoon. winder storm warnings posted for the islands until 7:00 a.m..
-- bit of time to dig out from this heavy snow. slay experiencing wind and coastal issues too, danielle. >> reporter: yeah, the pockets of minor to moderate flooding. the wind is still pretty gusty out here. i have to say the roteds are in pretty good shape as long as you take it slow. the know is down here but we had just about a foot. what did boston end up with? it had a little band as it came up. they reported 6.1 inches of snow. how does it compare to a normal season? we have nearly 20 inches at this point. the total so far is 10.4. some other totals on the
it is 14.5 and oak bluff picking up over a foot. you go north and west of boston, no, this is not a joke. nothing here and ending up with no snow. it was what we talked about all week with sharp cut-off. still gusting over 30 miles per hour at times. it kind of caked on everything. it had near 0 visibility at times. i'm making some snow angels and having snowball fights, things like that. >> sounds fun to me. i'm sure you'll be doing some soon too. thank you.
canceled. canceled. airlines starting monday's service there were 600 monday flights grounded. the high winds combined with high tide to rip up the anxiety of homeowners. >> reporter: we were very lucky. >> reporter: she says the early saturday high tide came up over the sea wall. thanks to protection the house is safe. >> this is what my husband did to protect the house this year. we feel really safe. we don't think any waves will get through it. >> reporter: the wind was howling all night long, blowing snow bands in off of the atlantic.
weathering that storm. >> we remember the blizzard of 78 and last year and all of the storms from last winter. i mean you can't beat last winter. >> reporter: this is a walk in the park. >> this is a walk in the park compared to last year when we were clobbered with storm after storm every sunday night. >> reporter: not a block buster storm and some are disappointed. >> everybody needs the snow up here. >> you would like it? >> totally. >> reporter: the sea conditions were quite rough and this was an hour before high tide. it was quite a challenge for the town but as we have also seen people living here seem well prepared. forecasters call for the nation's capitol to get
we have more on how the city faired in this blizzard. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. take a look behind me at what's left behind. people saw between 18 and 30 inches of snow just north of here in baltimore. it is the biggest storm on record. here in washington d. c. it is the fourth biggest storm. it is clear it will take time getting back to normal. >> reporter: a major snowstorm hammered the northeast. it was noticeably quieter saturday night. the national weather service says more than 2 feet of snow fell in the big apple. >> this is a storm that is packing a lot of punch. major coastal flooding and philadelphia could get up to 2 feet of snow by the time the
>> it is well beyond the idea of winter wonderland. there is no romance to a blizzard in my mind. >> reporter: the bus was finally freed after being stranded on the pennsylvania turnpike since the storm hit friday night. high winds caused blinding white out conditions in the nation's capital. a pair of pickup trucks to tow a ladder truck out of the jam. crews couldn't clear roads. side trees were out of the question and officials warned that could slow 911 response times. >> our interest is in our public safety being able to get our city back open. >> reporter: the storm also stranded travelers and more than 10,000 flights were canceled. and back out here live now you
crews did a good job trying to stay ahead of the storm. there is still much work to do here in terms of clearing the roadways. up and down the coast the deaths of at least 19 people linked to the storm. already several school districts in this area have canceled classes for tomorrow. it was quite the storm. >> thank you so much for that update. now to our other top story, the winner punching a ticket to the super bowl. they lost to denver back in november. peyton manning did not play in that game. they were on the losing end of the game against manning in denver two years ago. what is so tough about playing out there? >> we played a lot of good
they beat us most of the time. if we usual i play them in big games and play them in the play offs. i think everything is kind of even here and i think that there is enough motivation to want to do everything you can to win this one. >> wbz coverage starts at noon today with two hour addition of game day. >> ahead this morning, his prediction of how loyal his supporters really are. and it could be your lucky day. break out the lottery tickets. here is a look at your winning numbers. good luck.
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welcome back. this is ocean city new jersey where the high tide brought flooding to the island. ocean water began to flow into the streets and then began to freeze. pamela is here to tell us what's going on. it looks like our flakes are headed on out finally. >> this last little system starting to pull out here. even the last few clouds are
you can see the cut off here with completely clear sky. you didn't have any snow. to the south and east heavy snow totals across cape cod. accumulation. completely. temperatures in the low 20s. it is colder than it could be because of the snow pack. more clouds move into if picture but no big systems moving our way. another thing we are still concerned about, even though the storm is out of here there is still a coastal flood warning as we get onto nantucket. high tide around 11:00 a.m. this morning. danielle is bracing all of that heavy snow.
>> reporter: and it is not nearly as strong as it was before. the wind is still gusting over 30 miles per hour. believe it or not we verified blizzard conditions in eastern massachusetts yesterday in several spots. let's take a look here including the vineyard and nantucket and including at the immediate coastline. keep in mind, even if you don't have the highest snowfall totals it is all about the wind speed. you need speeds of 35 miles per hour or greater. here is the key, less than a quarter of a mile for three consecutive hours or more. the current wind gusts have died down.
want to be bundled up. it is in the teens back down here to the cape. we have our wbz commemorative snow stick. it is pretty windy out here. it is hard to measure. this is one little drift. in some of the wide open areas we have about 10 inches here. there is a lot out here. it is the wet sticky snow. >> interesting. we did have a lot of power outages, all of that weight too. your cars make sure you get all of that snow off of your car so it's not blowing to your friend behind you. it will take time to get road crews to clear all of that since you did have so much. we did have 6.1 inches of snow.
highs will be in the upper 20s or lower 30s around the freezing mark. overovernight falling to 16 degrees. dipping in many locations into the single digits. near zero at times. seven day outlook, we will be days. monday 36 with sunshine and tuesday and wednesday with highs in the 40s. a minor system moves in giving us potential for light showers tuesday into wednesday and we are dry going into next he is back. for the first time this winter this creature is back on the
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the boston yeti showed up roaming around the snow covered streets but he disappeared nearly as quickly as he came but now he is back. hopefully he won't bring last year's weather with him. much more still to come including getting ready for a victory party in denver. [ music ] local fans pumped up in denver ahead of today's big
all is quiet as we look live shoveling out from the big good morning. it is january 24th. we almost made it through jab but no such luck. we are certainly glad you're waking up with us today. two big stories today. the patriots try to play their way into the super bowl and we have you covered. we begin with daniell erick. pamela is keeping an eye on the storm. we begin with you, pamela. good morning. >> good morning. it is moving through at this time. satellite shows the clouds just off the coast here in boston. we'll continue to see that sky clear out. a few clouds left over. we are done with snow accumulation. all of the clouds move off as well this afternoon. temperatures will be right around freezing for later today with full sunshine, very
it will be extremely bright reflecting right off of the bright fresh snowfall. we go back out who is holding down the fort for us, danielle. >> reporter: bundled up. we have three layers on. it is right near the marina this morning. as long as you are bundled up it is fine. the roads are actually doing okay. the main roads are just fine. well. it is the caked on pastey snow too. consistency. we have blizzard warnings the south shore. wooster 2 inches. spencer an inch in three
it kind of tells the story from coastline. look at this, nantucket and hurricane forces at 73 miles per hour gusts. rock port picking up gusts over 50. given the strength of the wind i'm surprised there wasn't more outages. winds are still gusting but it's not nearly as strong as yesterday but still adding chill. we just had about a half hour ago can, they are doing a great job and most are without power. next thing we're going to watch is the tide if it comes up for minor pocket and coastal flooding. back to you ! all right. thank you so much. half a foot of snow in boston is enough to cause slick streets. most people took this storm in
>> reporter: from work to play several inches of snowfall along with wind gusts make its way up to boston. >> all of the snow is picking up pretty quick. >> reporter: he moved to boston six months ago from -- it is a different occurrence. >> it is a little bit quieter. roads are little bit slippery. >> reporter: many try to go forget the blizzard of 2 feet. >> yeah, keep it on the cape. >> okay. [laughter] >> reporter: in deed the bulk of the know out here is on the cape.
were hit hard washington d. c. is digging out. as much as 3 feet of snow fell in the area. the airports are expected to bed today as well. it is being warmed. 26 inches of snow was reported. 2 feet of snow fell on manhattan. broadway shows were shut down. >> reporter: pedestrianing takeupty on a driver who defied the travel ban. all nonemergency vehicles were ordered off of the roads and down. >> it is very important to get this city back on its feet the
>> reporter: on the cross island parkway andrew helped a stranded motorist. >> it is really a treacherous treacherous situation. >> reporter: they died of apparent heart attacks. workers cleared the top of the sports dome to prevent a collapse. all saturday matinee and evening performances were canceled. >> reporter: they were supposed to see the school of rock to celebrate their 18th birthdays. are you disappointed that it was canceled? >> yeah. other new yorkers relished the weather. >> she loves it so much that she will knock little kids over the hill.
the travel ban will be lifted sunday morning as life without a white blanket resumes,cbs news, new york. i love seeing her having fun like that. patriots fan gathered to get ready for the game. they couldn't believe who joined their game. it is a party strictly for patriot fans in denver from posing with the players to the music straight out of boston this is all new england in the middle of all of this madness a bowl sized surprise. robert craft makes an unexpected appearance. the owner of the patriots telling us he had to be here.
it is our sixth time coming to this event. look. >> reporter: they love you here. >> it is great especially to have mans in denver. he fires up the already rowdy crowd. >> they have an amazing game plan for form. these die hard fans can't bet enough. answering. when you're a patriots fan you're a patriots fan for life. >> reporter: he handed out 50- yard line tickets for their devotion. >> we are all patriots. [cheers and applause] >> reporter: kate is having a fun time out there reporting. we have more on the big show
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today is the day the denver broncos with kick it off. only one will go to the super bowl which is two weeks from today. so that is the story. the patriots are gearing up and ready to go. with a win on sunday, today, the patriots have a chance to return to the super bowl for back to back season since they won super super bowl xxviii and
we asked how it feels for a second straight trip to the big game. >> you have to think tomorrow is not promised. i still have to lift and make sure i'm in the best condition i can be. you never know. if we go out here and we loose, can i lost nestly say i was the best prepared i could be, did i feel like i was stronger than my opponent? >> they know what's at stake, confidence. that's the beauty here. you look at the broncos. two years ago they -- they are confident as well. they held the final full practice on friday. the patriots were flying here. gary said the team had a good week of practice.
unexpected when facing a team. >> his team is very difficult to prepare for because they do so many thins. coaching. their players handle a lot. when you play his teams you could work on one thing all week. it is doing something totally different. >> reporter: factoid of the week, peyton manning here at the stadium in denver. this season brady there touchdown passes and peyton manning won. >> all season long he has one touchdown path. >> i run the team and peyton manning. it has been effective. >> hopefully he will not struck. he has his weapons back.
time they faced the broncos he is ready to go. it is huge. >> huge. he has them it's totally different offense. how heldy are they? they ran for 179 yarrs. they did three touchdowns here in november. that will be the key today. >> stopping the run. >> it will be a great day. >> it is fun. all right. and we have your covered. we have a two hour edition at 3:00 and our show starts at noon. how about the hockey team in town?
he went to 2 cup finals. the blue jackets were tide at 2. ryan scored to lift the bruins by a score of 3-2. they did their job last night and we'll see if the patriots get it. it is unwin away from downtown 50. back to you. >> all right. thank you so much. finding love in this storm, ahead, how bad weather can have singles looking for someone to ride out the storm with. we'll have abundant sunshine today. it will look nice but temperatures not warming up much. we deep a breeze around too.
for the blizzard bunnie s. in maryland they go down in history with 29. 29.2-inch of snow here. that beat the old record. we are wait are if the latest stats because they are so close at getting the record for biggest snowstorm on record. we'll see if the it comes down any time soon. when it comes down we'll let you know. >> reporter: notice this morning all of that snow is pushing off of the islands. we have a couple of flurries but no more snow accumulation for today. skies continue to be nice and bright and clear and very very bright with sunshine reflecting off of the snow. temperatures not warming up too much. by 5:00 p.m. a few clouds rolling into the forecast. wind gusts are pretty strong in some locations.
it is 36 miles per hour winds. as we go throughout the day the wind will subside a little bit. danielle has been tracking the latest snowfall counts and keeping watch on the coastal flooding concerns rater on. >> reporter: yeah. the concern will be as we approach the high tide at 11:00 a.m.. we have some of those by the marina behind us. we had the wet pastey snow. these are the highest snowfall we have this little road that came in. impressive totals. 6.1 at the airport. we are at 10.4 for the season
we are 9.6 below for the date. it is back @ at the cape. costal flood warning you want to get back down to nantucket. we are watching high tide closely. it is either tide. the tide is full with that full moon. people, you live here and you kind of know the drill at this point. some of the roads may need to be closed down. it is pretty gusty out here. i saw the tiniest bird. i couldn't believe it. something. it takes its wings, yeah. >> interesting. oh, my goodness.
experience the elements out here. we'll have more chances throughout the season. good news, no additional snowstorms we get a little bit of time to dig ourselves out. it is even into the southern and eastern parts of the state. hour by hour forecast, temperatures stay in the 20s for much of the day here. we reach 31 degrees by 3:00. deceiving sunshine will look warmer than it actually is. temperatures will stay cooler than they could be. 16 degrees below in boston with light breeze from the west. not as strong as what we have experienced but that little bit of a breeze will make a difference. it will be a factor at the bus stop. 36 degrees with sunshine. back to 40s tuesday and wednesday.
tuesday and early wednesday rainfall. weekend. tornadoes are racked by -- ranked by the damage using what scale? >> i'm thinking enhanced >> yes. >> okay. historic snowfall lead to fun times. i could watch this all morning long. could you say frolic in the snow? the panda who found giant fun in the snow. stay with us.
this is tian tian enjoying himself. they are rolling in the snow. i love how he takes the snow and just rubs it all over his body. it is so cute. i love that. today there are two big stories the weather and patriots. we are back with both at the top of the hour. that's what we do. we
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based on your happiness... that's real estate, redefined. blizzard for the ages has left its mark up and down the east coast this morning. millions of americans are digging out. blizzard conditions and hurricane force winds. at least 18 people have lost their lives. here in massachusetts it may have been faired the biggest hit but plenty of communities
several inches of snow. good sunday morning. glad you're waking up with us this morning. this storm dumped several feet of snow on the mid-atlantic states and several inches in our area. we do have team coverage this morning. danielle, pamela is keeping an eye here. we start with you. good morning. good morning. the last little bit of snow continues the move off of the cape and off of islands. we have a couple of flurries but notice we have clear skies right around boston and areas definitely inland too. the last little push here continues this morning. we'll start to see clearing conditions including our friends in nantucket by noon today. temperatures will be in the upper 20ed. sunshine because with the snow pack it will be downright
be quite gusty, not as bad as yesterday though. as we get into the later part of the day but we want to go out to danielle who has been tracking all of that stuff, danielle. >> reporter: good morning. the wind is still gusting occasionally over 30 miles per hour. we are near the cape cod canal. the wind is still adding the wind to the chill. it is 13.3. it is picking up a foot and 10.1. in terms of where we go from
strong and the totals not nearly as impressive either the farther north and west. plymouth 7.5. wooster is 2 inches. north of that it was a sharp cut-off. currently still gusting over 40 back down to nantucket. over 30 in plymouth and the vineyard. it definitely makes it feel colder. there's a bite to the air. the windchill right now running in the single digits and teens. as long as you're bundled up ask and you shall receive. i know you were talking about little snow men and women. her hair is getting a little tossed in the wind. i bundled her up in the wind. >> she is beautiful danielle. >> reporter: she is happy.
cheese. >> yeah. we'll see you again in a little while. canceled. this morning at logan there are dozens more especially to east coast hubs and don't expect a quick solution. at least 600 flights planned for monday have already been grounded. the city of boston for the most part got off easy comparatively. some areas saw about 6 inches of snow. plows and sanders do their work. still after last year most people felt relieved the city didn't get hit harder. baltimore was hit pretty hard. the city was digging out from nearly 2 feet of snow. don champion joins us live with
getting hit really hard. these are still pictures we were showing you earlier. people trying to get around and everything is pretty stranded in d. c. that is where don is now. good morning to you. what's going on there? >> reporter: good morning. a lot of people walking up and suffering from cabin fever. a lot of people have been stuck in their homes. we saw snow here for more than 30 hours. it was the fourth biggest storm on record here in this city. to the north it was the biggest snowstorm on record. some time for things to get back to normal. northeast. the foot traffic in time square was noticeably quieter saturday night. the national weather service says more than 2 feet of snow fell in the big apple. >> this is a storm that is
>> it posts them up to doorsteps. philadelphia could get up to 2 feet of snow by the time the storm ends. >> it is well beyond the idea of winter wonderland. there is no romance to a blizzard in my mind. >> reporter: this bride wasn't about to let the winter weather stop her wedding day. the mens basketball team was finally freed after being freed on the pennsylvania turnpike. it caused blinding white out conditions in the nation's capital. a pair of pick-ups. side streets were out of the question and officials warned that could slow 911 response times. >> reporter: our interest is in our public safety being able to move
our first responders and getting the city back open. >> reporter: the storm also stranded thousands of travelers
>> reporter: and it's going to be another frustrating day. i did check and the two major airports in washington d. c. at least for now we'll still be closed today. they are trying to clear the runways there. several school districts have also already canceled classes for tomorrow. the digging out process is beginning. >> it will take a little while. stay warm. let's take another live look. pamela and danielle will have their next update in about ten minutes. you can follow every storm with the boston weather app. it is free on google play and in the apple apps store. to our other top
story right now you know what it is. it is the patriots and the broncos today.
back in november. peyton manning did not play in that game. they were also on the losing game against manning in denver two years ago. so the question is what is so tough about playing out there? >> they have a great tradition there. we played a lot of great broncos teams. i would like to get to the number three in the win column. >> i think everything is kind of even here. i mean i think there's enough motivation just in the game itself to want to do everything you can to win this one. >> and remember, wbz is your patriots station. it starts with a two-hour addition of game day. we hope you'll join us for the
it is 7:11. it looks like auto the flakes auto the flakes have moved out -- high floor director. >> looking fantastic this afternoon. we a gorgeous sunrise. here's a look at gillette stayed dium with fresh snow. too bad the broncos weren't playing here. but looks like we will experience some snow flakes in broncos. kick off 3 p.m. cloudy, changing over to light snow later that night. for us snow flakes are moving studio. a beautiful sunrise, clouds pushing out of boston.
falling potentially on the cape and islands. more clear skies ahead this afternoon. temperatures in the upper twentsdz or 20s or low 30s and it's really chilly with that no pack. reflecting. we did hit a blizzard. we want to go out to danielle where we had the highest accumulation. >> this is the snowy scene behind me. cape cod canal, by the marina. the snow is caked on. it's wet, pasty. we had totals over a foot on the cape and the islands. had about ten inches in sandwich. the wind is gusty, but erring measuring gusts over 20 miles an hour. nothing like yesterday afternoon. the wind will continue to subside through the day today. the blizzard was impress i on
and south shore too. marsh field and plymouth had to verify blizzard conditions. quarter of a mile or less visibility, frequent gusts of over 35 miles an hour for three consecutive hours or more and we had had four hours. two inches so far. they've only had 8.6 inches. boston we're now up to 10.4 with yesterday's 6.1. our average is 20. it's just rare that you have somewhere like boston with more snow, with you it was the sharp -- but it was the sharp cut off that we were talking about. jackpot here open the cape. i know there is going to be cleanup. it's bend at the knees because it's heavy, wet snow this morning. >> and definitely take breaks. you don't have to do it all at
it is very heavy. thanks, danielle. get some coffee. high an is has 40 miles an hour gusts today. we had near hurricane gusts reported yesterday on nantucket. real feel temperatures, much colder because of that wind out, feeling more like four degrees in boston. bundle up tight as you head out. 18, boston. we're also keeping watch at the coast because there is a coastal flood advisory and warning for the cape and nantucket here this afternoon. minor to moderate coldal flooding around 11 a.m. today. today's high temperatures only in the low 30s overnight because of the snowpack falling into the teens and colder in the suburbs, especially where we could reach the single digits. 30s into monday. 36 degrees. more abundant sunshine. tuesday and wednesday, a warmup with a chance for light rain tuesday into wednesday.
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but the 73-year-old could spend upwards of $1 billion on his campaign. snow is over, but wind is a real problem, especially on the cape and islands. our next live update is at 7:30 with danielle. but first wait until you meet the three cuties we have on the pet parade today. you will want to bring them all home.
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minx, the cutest curly and the best boy, brewski, our senior. tell us about minx. >> she's a pit mix from arkansas. she was picked up as a stray. she's literally one of the sweetest dogs in the whole world. she wants the to love and give kisses. she's great with dogs. >> i'm going to interrupt you, amanda because we say that a lot wauz we love all of them. this is no joke when it comes to minx. i went out into the lobby to meet you guys. on my shoulder. i've never seen anything like it. just the thought of her being stray is shocking. our crew came out to see her and it's like she is begging to be adopted. she wants love so bad and she's an absolute sweetheart. >> she's 3 years old.
i was talk tog her, tell me what you've been through, minx. tell me. >> what about little curly here? >> curly is also from the country -- out in the country, i mean. she was picked up with her brother and sister, they're the three stooges puppies, larry, moe and curly. she has a little bit of a wonky eye. she can't see out of her left eye. it doesn't need to be removed or anything, but it's nonfunctional. >> she's a puppy -- >> yeah, she'll grow up and is just precious. she's 14 weeks. >> what about brew ski? >> he's actually local. he was an owner surrender because our poor guy has
him -- the care that he needed. he was about an hour away from having to be put to sleep and his wonderful foster mom was able to go pick him up, dana right here. and we got his diabetes managed with insulin. so he needs insulin injections twice a day, which is very manageable. humans do it every single day all the time. >> absolutely. >> he still has a lot of love to give and a lot of life to give. he's almost 12 years old. >> breaks my heart he was with one family all those years. now when he really needs to be cared for is when he needs the love and needs the home. we're hoping for the best for that little guy. >> he's a min pin mix. >> they tease me because i think everything is viszla. let's do a quick home ward bound
last time you were here, you brought in poly. polywas a good girl, adopted by the rob son family. i think polly is one lucky little girl. i don't normally talk about the mail i get, but i got the cutest letter. i have to tell you. this is from somebody marble head. they watch pet parade all the time -- pet parade all the time. 78-year-old, handicapped, says i'm enclosing a small contribution for animal rescue. this person's name, i have to say is frash we willlsh out of marble head.
. good sunday morning, everybody thanks for staying with us. i'm kerry connolly. our team coverage begins with danielle nile, are who is in sandwich and pamela gardner is in the studio. >> good morning. thankfully the storm is moving out and we'll have time to dig out from all the accumulation we've had had on the cape and islands.
the system, waking up to a clear and cold start to the day. satellite radar pictures show everything out by noon. near freezing for the high temperatures, but it's deceiving sunshine because it's so chilly. the winds subside a bit, a little bit of a gust to the north stays, especially on the cape and islands. danielle is live in sandwich. that's where we had the jackpot zone, but you're also tracking the wind and concern for coastal flooding later on. >>reporter: it is a snowy scene, pamela, absolutely. we've got a foot in parts of the cape, over that in a few communities.
it's on the signs and lamp posts. we're in sandwich. the marina is right behind me and the wind has been subsiding slowly. it is not nearly like what we had yesterday. current wind still gusting in spots. over 30 miles per hour in some spots and still isolated gusts over 40. i think the biggest factor with that this morning is there is no more damage to be done. the wind is not damaging, but it's adding that bite to the air. so the wind real, the real feel is running in the single digits and teens. it cuts right through you. want to be bundled up. eastern massachusetts, as we approach high tide, will see pockets of minor coast willal flooding and splashover. high tide coming up just after 11 a.m. so from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
we could see isolated pockets of moderate coastal flooding. so that with the high tide, the astronomical high tide. but at least the snow is done. the cleanup is going to continue continue. it is a sticky snow. we've had clouds that have gone by. i just checked the ever source outage map and it's under 1,000 customers without power, great news. i thought the number would be much higher, given the strong wind gusts carried from yesterday. power will be restored hopefully by later this morning for most customers. >> that is great news, danielle. one of our loyal viewers, denise, wanted me to to tell you, to brighten your day, there is the orchid show at the resort and conference center not far from you. that would brighten your day, wouldn't it? >>reporter: i think i'm going to go check that out.
we'll see you in a little while. don't leave us yet. washington, d.c. is digging out as much as three feet of snow. all three airports are shut down and expected to be closed today as well. there were at least 18 storm related deaths reported. the blizzard furry could not stop the guard at the tomb of the unknown. that soldier never broke vigil. 10,000 flights have been canceled nationwide. new york city was under a travel ban all day yesterday. it was lifted about 20 minutes ago. the patriots win because they never take anything for granted. coming up, how the team is preparing for the epic matchup
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. they call this broncos count ry. we are downtown denver. today is the day. the patriots and the denver broncos will kick off at 3:00 in the afc championship game. only one will go to the super bowl, which two weeks from today. that is the story. in the meantime, the patriots are are gearing up, fired up and ready to go. with a win on sunday, today, the patriots have a chance to return to the super bowl for the first time back to back since they won 38 and 39 in 2003 and 2004. you can see this morning interviews on patriots game day and ask how it feels to be one win away from a second straight trip to the big game. >> you really have to put yourself in the mindset.
i have to go in here, study, lift, make sure i'm in the best condition i can be. because you never know. if we go out and lose, can i honestly say i was best prepared i can be. was i in any decent shape? they know what's at stake. >> confidence. that's the beauty of playing in the final four
of the nfl. the denver broncos feel confident because two years ago they came and beat the patriots here in the same stadium and they're confident as well. broncos held final full practice on friday while the patriots were flying here. coach gary said they have had a good week, but know to face the unexpected when facing a i bill
he's healthy and ready to go. >> we saw when they're all healthy, totally different team. how healthy is the defense? the broncos offense is on fire. >> stopping the run. all about stopping the run. >> we've got two full hours at noontime. >> it's going to be a great day. >> awesome and fun. >> danny talked about noon because wbz has a two hour edition of p patriots game day. kick off at 3:00. our show starts at noon. after the game, join us on my tv 38 for the fifth quarter postgame show. how about the bruins hosting the columbus team. campbell went to two cup fine als, winning in 2011. bruins up to a two goal lead in the second period. but the blue jackets would tie
in the shootout, spooner and crew scored to lift the bruins past columbus. they win 3-2. bruins big job last night, they get it done. we'll see if the patriots can get it done in the biggest game so far. one win away from super bowl 50. that is the story here in downtown denver. we toss it to pamela for a look at our forecast. >> we're counting up the snow totals from yesterday. and our weather watchers, we always appreciate hearing from you. the jackpot zone, yes, on the cape and the islands. but as we head north of in, decent snow totals. plymouth 7 and a half inches. eric has three inches. lesser amounts further south. two inches according to kathy. if you want to be a weather
boston.cbslocal.com and you can sign up. but we're still tracking the snow and what's to come. there is still going to be a lot of time dig out before our next system. i want to go out to sandwich where danielle is standing by. she's been out there all morning braving the cold and the wind. >>reporter: three layers on, pamela. but the wind has been subsiding all morning even over the last couple hours the gusts have died down. everything is caked in snow. really kind of pretty this morning. but the snow consistency is wet and sticky, definitely. it's kind of crusty. you can definitely play around in the snow today, the kids just need to be bundled up. take your time, bend at the knees to shovel, you know the drill. we're going to be watching the coastline for the late morning high tide.
eric had a live shot in sandwich and the conditions went from literally nothing to practically whiteout in about 20 minutes. traveling down from boston along route 3, snow started in plymouth. that's when conditions started to go downhill. like a wall of snow came in with that gusty wind. last evening was just impressive. we had tropical storm force gusts, hurricane gusts on nantucket. that visibility went to zero really fast and we started to see things go downhill on the cape. we had plow trucks come by, less than 1,000 customers without power this morning, which is great news given the strong wind gusts, pamela. the hope is that over the next couple of hours, the rest of the customers will have power restored. there goes the plow truck right behind us. they've been doing a good job. just take it slow on the roads and everybody should be a okay.
last year, we can handle this. >>reporter: absolutely. >> weather watcher reports, 15 and a half inches of snow. born reporting 10.1 inches. the storm is moving out. we still have leftover clouds in southeastern massachusetts, but completely clear sky in boston and for areas north and west. we keep the clear sky around, full sun ahead this afternoonment clouds move off the cape and islands as well by noon. by 5 p.m., a few more clouds funneling in. temperatures stay chilly because of that snowpack out there. and we're watching the coast, yes, we have a coastal flood advisory and coastal flood warning in effect from 10 a.m. 2 p.m. temperatures running in the teens or low 20s. 18 in boston with your hour-by-hour forecast reflecting a chilly day. later tonight, lows in the teens with some areas in the suburbs
we go up to 36 on monday and then melting begins, especially tuesday and wednesday. temperatures sore into the 40s, plus we expect rain showers morning. 30s for thursday. all around looking pretty quiet. >> wow. 47, break out the pin acoladas. he's back. the creature first spotted year is making another
nebraska from washington, d.c. when they got stuck. meanwhile, a dc resident captured the impact of the storm by setting up a video camera at his window and made a time lapse video of the storm as it washington. as you watch it, you realize how much snow fell on the city and the neighborhood. it was a historic storm, some areas getting as much as 30 inches. he's a creature from another time and place, but now he's back. the boston yet ooishgs first showed up during the snow storms of 2015, roaming around the snow covered streets of boston. but he disappeared nearly as quickly as he came. but now he's back. snow on the ground means comfort food in the belly. coming up, a restaurant with a classic take on the grilled
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. good morning, everybody. a blizzard for the ages has left its mark up and down the east coast this morning. millions of americans are now dig ging out. blizzard conditions and hurricane force winds have closed businesses and crippled mass transit. also this morning, at least 18 people have lost their lives. meanwhile here in massachusetts, we may have been spared the biggest hit, but plenty of communities around here are dealing with several inches of snow. i'm kerry connolly. we made it through another nor 'easter. this storm dumped several feet on the mid-atlantic states and several inches in our area. team coverage this morning. danielle live in sandwich and pa
>> the storm is moving out. of great news. we'll have plenty of time to big out are from the snow on the cape. we'll get to danielle in just a second. it was a record setter in the mid-atlantic areas. top three snow storms actually in the new york city. local jackpot the cape and islands. ten to 15 inches in most areas. we're still watching late morning high tides, minor coastal flooding issues will many satellite radar shows the storm is gone, noah accumulation expected for the rest of today and quite some time, actually. clouds starting to move out f of southeastern massachusetts. clear in boston and definitely into werster county. temperatures stay around freezing. we have sun , but falling to 28 degrees by 3:00 and a few more clouds move into the forecast. daniel is standing by in sandwich. all morning long, we watched the storm move out from your pictures.
>>reporter: it is still a little dwufty. i'm seeing little tiny patches of blue sky trying to break out. it's still overcast right now. behind me you can see marina behind me by the cape cod canal in sandwich. we've had plow trucks going by. the roads are in good shape. the wind is gusty adding a chill, but it's not the damaging gust like yesterday. snow totals have been impressive. check out our wbz weather watcher reports. 15.3 inches. 14.5. oak blast on the vineyard, 13.3 sandwich a foot. this tells the story, paints a picture of then and now in centerville on cape cod. the grass no longer visible with
my parents have a solid ten inches and a little tree came down in their backyard. big shoutout to them, they were both up helping shovel me out. wind gusts over 20 miles an hour, 30 to 40 on the cape and islands. that wind will continue to subside through the course of the day. the snow is done. overall, you said it earlier. compared to last winter, p piece of cake. >> what your parents did at 3:00 m in the morning for you, best parents ever. >> my dad is still up, my mom got back to sleep. they're fantastic. >> i love that so much. danielle, thank you. predictablyably, travel is impacted amid blizzard conditions. this morning at logan, there are
especially to east coast hubs. at least 600 flights nationwide planned for monday have been grounded. the city of boston for the most part got off easy comparatively. some areas saw about six inches of snow, though. and roads and streets are still pretty treacherous while plows and sanders are trying to do their best work. strong winds and high tides caused severe problems up and down the east coast. streets along the jersey shore were flooded out. this was the scene along the new jersey shore in margate city. that was one of the areas that hurricane sandy devastated back in 2012. baltimore also hit pretty hard. the city was digging out from nearly two oh, feet of snow. some people getting around on snowmobiles.
tides are ramping up anxiety of homeowners worried about flooding. jim smith reports. >> we were very lucky and missed a big bullet. >> brenda talks a walk on her front deck. the early saturday high tide came right up over the sea wall. but thanks to protection, the house is safe. >> this is what my husband did to protect the house this year and we feel really safe because that's wood and we don't think any waves are going to get through it. >> the wind was how long all night long, maximum gust of 51. the 11 p.m. high tide was expected to be extra high thanks to a full moon. but the south shore seems to be weathering this storm. >> we remember the big storms. the blizzard of '78, last year all the storms from last winter. winter.
>> this is a walk in the park compared to last year when we were clob erred with storm after storm every sunday night. >> some places had power block buster storm. and believe it or not, some are disappointed. >> everyone needs the snow up here. >> you would like it? >> totally. >> as you can see, the sea conditions were quite rough late saturday night. this was an hour before high tide. it was quite a challenge for the town, but the people living here seem well prepared. jim smith, wbz this morning. this is another live look at sandwich. pamela and danielle will have their next update in about ten minutes. you can also follow every storm with the cbs boston weather app. it is free on google play and
to our other top story, the patriots and broncos today. tom brady and the patriots lost in denver in the snow back in november, you may remember. peyton manning did not play in that game. they were also on the losing end of the afy championship game against manning in denver two years ago. the question is what is so tough about playing out there? >> they've got a great tradition there and we played a lot of good bronco teams, beat them a most of the time. i'd love to xwet in the win column this weekend. won their fair share. i think everything is kind of even and i think that can -- i think there is enough motivation just in the game itself to want to do everything you can to win this one. >> wbz is your patriots station.
welcome back. it is 8:10. with pamela. downtown boston, we have abundant sunshine, clear sky and only a few clouds in the distant horizon. that's the end of our storm. fenway park, beautiful picture. we have fresh snowment we picked . we picked up 6.4 inches at logan airport. total for the season in boston, 10.4 inches. 9.6 inches below average for this particular date at this time in the season. no more snow in your seven-day forecast. satellite radar picture, even the cape, the islands, you're starting to dry off as a little
noon and through the later part of today, mostly clear skies expected. a few more clouds late in the day. temperatures around freezing. we're tracking all the snow totals coming in. we'll go back out live to danielle standing by in sandwich. that was our jackpot zone. but across the country, impressive numbers coming out here, right? >>reporter: pamela, little shift in track. we could have been in the one to two to three feet of snow. so i don't know about you, i'm kind of thankful we're only dealing with six inches in boston, a little over a foot here in the cape and islands. it is wet and pasty. it's windy, adding a bite to the air. check out totals. they have been remarkable to our south. top rated snowfall storms here is what we're talking about. the totals were over several inches in places like maryland, down to dc as well.
26.8 inches of snow. in new york city, philly picking up 20.8. washington, d.c., 29.3. for baltimore, this is the biggest snowstorm ever. ever in history. with 29.2 inches. it broke the old record from february 16th to 18th in 2003. so incredible snow totals. jackpot readings. hancock, maryland, 36 inches. fredrick, 34. 40 inches in west virginia. and winchester, virginia picking up 33 inches. absolutely remarkable. i have a friend that just moved from florida to virginia and on thursday she got tons of groceries, drinks and stayed inside for the past four days. they were doing a p four day hunker down. >> definitely a good idea.
home. hopefully you're staying warm. danielle. we're watching for flooding today 10 a.m. coastal flood advisory and coast an warning for the cape and nantucket, expecting a splashover with that as well. temperatures in the teens and 20. with the little bit of winds we have, it feels much colder than the temperature. real feel temperatures from boston to manchester and lawrence, feeling like 14. current wind gusts are still strong. 35 on the vineyard. but nothing like yesterday. today's high temperatures running in the lower 30s. but with the snowpack, we're keeping temperatures colder than they otherwise could be.
with many areas in the suburbs in the single digits. a subtle breeze overnight as well. temperatures in the single digits for tomorrow morning bus stop forecast. the tuesday into wednesday our next chance for rain. but temperatures are extremely warm 40s. can you believe it? >> break out the bikini. just kidding. i won't even do that in the summer. last year we were the once measuring snow in feet. today that is in washington, d.c. right in the middle of it all is don champion. >> the sun is finally shining in the nation as capitalment the washington post called the storm a blizzard for the ages. and it was indeed. take a look at capitol hill.
digging out is not going to be easy. >> a major snowstorm hammered the northeast. the foot traffic in new york city's times square was noticeably quieter saturday night. the national weather service says more than two feet of snow fell in the big apple. >> this is a storm that's got a lot packing a lot of punch. >> major coastal flooding is a concern. philadelphia could get two feet by the time the storm ends. >> well beyond the idea of a winter wonderland. there is no romance in a blizzard. >> this woman wasn't going to let it stop her wedding. the dusquesne basketball team was finally free after being stranded on the pennsylvania turnpike. the storm caused blinding whiteout conditions.
linked together to tow a ladder truck out of a jam. the snow fell so fast that crews couldn't clear roads. side streets were out of the question and officials warned that could hinder 911 response times. the storm also stranded thousands of travelers and more than 10,000 flights were canceled. >> and that was don champion reporting from dc. >> this man's work is making easier -- is making it easier forhe and others to move around in -- for he and others to move around in the snow. we'll have that story when we
. welcome back. it is 8:24. let's find out what's coming up this morning on cbs's face the nation. john joins us live from washington with a preview. john, good morning. >> good morning, kerry. we're inside in washington and we're going to talk to donald trump today about his position at the top of the polls on the republican side and the charges he's trading with ted cruz. then we're going to talk with bernie sanders, coming up on the outside? iowa. that's important because that was a
clinton had been doing very well. as the voting starts in just there. then we'll look at battleground tracker poll, our look at the early voting states and how voters have been making their decisions. as they come down to making their final choices, interesting to see what's influencing them on both sides in iowa, new hampshire and south carolina. finally, kerry, we'll have our political round table, take all this news and try to put it in perspective. >> thank you, john. face the nation airs at 10:30 right here on wbz. the snow is over, but wind is still a big problem. our next live update with danielle is coming up at 8:30.
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. good sunday morning, everybody. take a look. this is a live look at sand this morning. folks -- at sandwich this morning. thanks for staying with us. two big stories, the patriots and the weather. we've got you covered on both. danielle live in sandwich and pamela here in the studio. good morning to you first, pamela. >> we ended up getting 6.1 inches in boston. we had a rogue little spurt of snow and that helped to increase our totals ever so slightly. mother nature had the last word in this one. 10.4 inches for the season in boston. 9.6 below average for this date.
storm is moving out. lingering clouds here, maybe a couple flurries along the cape cod canal. but no new snow accumulation expected for the rest of the day. we're going to be abundant sunshine, very, very bright. 31 degrees, 1 p.m. 28 by 3:00 with a few more clouds rolling into the forecast. let's go out to sandwich, danielle has been out there monitoring the situation all morning. now her focus turns what's left of the wind and some flooding later on. >> our attention turning to the coastline. wind has been subsiding through the course of the morning. i just measured a gust of 14 miles an hour. the wind chill adding a bite to the air. there have been a couple of lone flakes coming by, but blue sky
the winds, though, what a store y. we had near hurricane force gusts yesterday. remarkable to sea the wind and see the wind and the outages. not as much as i thought given nantucket. 63 in places. rockport 54 miles per hour as well. up and down the east coast and massachusetts. subsided. no longer a damaging threat. up to 47 miles per hour in nantucket where the wind just continues to howl, though. sure. boston right now. same in manchester, new we're watching the tide, 11:12 official ly in boston when the tide is about a foot
so minor to moderate pockets of coastal flooding. it's a coastal flood advisory massachusetts. keep in mind it's two hours either side of the high tide. and 1 p.m. is where we'll be catching the coastline. if you live in, you kind of know the drill when we get these types of storms. >> for sure. thank you, danielle, for the update. portions of the cape and islands were hit hard, but dc is digging out from one of the biggest storms in their history. three feet of snow fell in that area, shutting down the city and the three major airports. they are expected to be closed today as well. there were at least 18 storm related deaths reported. from the capital.
guard at the tomb of the unknown at arlington cemetery. that soldier never broke form. new york city was under a a.m. it is time for keller@large. here's john. >> good morning. a few days ago, state and city officials announced that boston has beaten out several other cities as the new site for the corporate headquarters of the general electric corporation tion one of the largest in the country. there has been a celebration as an affirmation of boston's status of invasion, there has been criticism of the $275
incentives offered to ge to get them to move here. john is a long time community activist and 2013 mayoral candidate, now the city's chief of economic development under good to have you here. >> i congratulations. i get it about the good this. the city that's lost corporate headquarters over the years, hancock, gillette among them. we've landed a big one, great for the branding, hopes to -- i'm stipulating all that so you don't have to go through it. i do want to know, other than those more ephemeral, if perfectly valid image benefits, what concrete economic benefits are we being promised by then? >> you know, this is a good economic deal.
and called it credit positive. the taxes we put on the table will return investment impact. so our initial analysis shows that the ge head quarter move will bring about $274 million to boston over the same 20 year period of tax incentives. >> from where? >> beyond them paying taxes for their property, because they will. >> they get a break -- >> you have to pay something first to get a discount. they'll pay more than $25 million and they get the $25 million. >> what percentage do they pay? . >> it depends on the site. we'll work it out with them. their executives will dine and tip at local restaurants. they will buy at retail establishment. they'll live in boston and be
>> some states wrote into law a tax break on the income tax bills on the individual
executives. are they doing that? >> they're paying their income tax. the state is making it due to the city because of that. >> bruce of common wealth magazine noted that steve wynn, building the everett casino, plans to hire 4,000 permanent employees who earn an average salary of $51,000 a year. ge is bringing in 400 with above $100,000 yearly salary. how is that addressing our city 's standing as the national capital of income and equality? >> that directly won't address it. in fact, you could argue with increase of disparity.
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tooth and nail even though he's spending close to $700 million, or promising too, on traffic and infrastructure issues. and yet its hugs and kisses for ge, which isn't spending a nickel on improving the parking and traffic issues down in the sea port where they might go. square? >> if you look at the offer to ge, it's all about i think a big part -- about investing and public intrastructure. people are reporting $145 million. a large part of that is the state investing on streets, investing in parking, investing in transit. city announced we would be investing in the bridge as part of the ge deal. this is going to leave a legacy of stronger public infrastructure in the sea port district.
>> we were hoping to come together with him and mitigate the development that they're bringing. still in the works. we're not there yet, but i think this is a different deal. this is a deal where there is direct impact where ge is paying taxes and coming to one of our neighborhoods to make sure the infrastructure works for everyone in the neighborhood. sea port. >> but wynn is help promising to deal with the sullivan square issues, right? that impacts boston. >> absolutely. those conversations are going to continue. >> i've heard people saying, and this may be a false equivalent, but money is going to -- public
ge. how can there be money available for that? helipad. and it would only be if there was an area that did not have it and showed a need for it. we've received pretty positive reactions from other corporations in that area to say exactly what we need. we need a public helipad because there are needs for us as well. so these improvements aren't g e restricted. they're not private improvements. they're improvements for the whole district, the whole city. >> i've got to wrap, but is it a question of priorities? i think people -- working class people trying to get to work would like to see the green line or red line. >> absolutely. let me be clear. that's really priority. transit improvement is part of the package to ge. >> listen, we just scratched the surface on this.
and we'll be bringing you back to hassle you down on the road. >> i'll n willing and able to show up and be hassled. looking forward to it. >> thanks very much, john. that's it for me and now it's . >> go pats. gentlemen, thank you so much. i toss it over to pamela for a look at our forecast and see what's going on out there now. except on the cape. we didn't see any snowfall to the north and west. anover you see some grass, a little patch of green between what little snow you had from the last system. temperature 21 degrees and feels colder with the light breeze. the bigger picture shows the storm moving out, a couple lingering flurries, but no additional accumulation. we have full sunshine from boston.
strong in spots. nantucket 47 miles per hour. later that wind will shift and subside as the afternoon progresses. coastal flood advisory and coastal flood warning in effect from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., minor to moderate coastal flooding expected in these locations. once we get past that point in time, no weather worries for us. hour-by-hour forecast, temperatures stay chilly. with the bright sunshine reflecting off the snow, you'll want the sunglasses all afternoon. by 5 p.m., it's going to be a gorgeous sunset with chilly temperatures and are fresh snowfall in a lot of locations. we had the jackpot zone on the cape, on the islands. danielle has been out on sandwich the entire morning. what's the latest out there, danielle? >>reporter: pamela, i would just say keep the gloves on. be layered up if you've got to come out here. it's not too bad. with what we dealt with last winter, this is nothing.
blizzard verified here on cape cod. several spots verified blizzard conditions from the cape and islands and up to the south shore as well. nantucket in the vineyard stretching up to marsh field. keep in mind it's three hours consecutive in a row visibility quarter of a mile or less. the vineyard and nantucket had four hours sustained of 35 miles per hour gusts or greater and blizzard conditions. 15.3 inches here. 13.3 on oak bus. sandwich with a foot and born 10 inches of snow. pretty impressive. it's wet and sticky as well. we're talking about the boston comparison too.
they only picked up two inches in woster 6.1 in boston. nothing compared to last winter. this is the time of the year when everyone says we don't have too much and then we have the snowiest winter on record. >> eriely similar to last year with the timing. thank you, danielle. awesome job, now get inside and get warm, my friend. we want to thank you and ter terry, our weather producer. he was here last night and back this morning to help with graphics. temperatures in the teens and 20s, winter storm exiting as i speak. we have real feel temperatures in the single digits, teens, and 20s depending on where you are. but it feels colder in all locations thanks to that wind. hour-by-hour forecast reflecting low 30s this afternoon in boston. 31 degrees at best by 3 p.m. with full sunshine ahead, a few passing clouds late this evening.
if we can get a gooder, clear sky, maybe single digits in the suburbs. light breeze at the bus stop tomorrow morning, could feel like zero at times with the wind chill factored in. 36 in the afternoon and more sun. 40s tuesday into wednesday. chance for a few sprinkles tuesday night, wednesday morning. >> it's lighter longer at the end of the day, pamela, which is encouraging in and of itself. but now the sunshine too, thank you so much. hopefully you can get your shoveling done in time to watch the patriots at 3:00. . >> coming up, how local fans are getting pumped up in denver ahead of today's big game
tonight we'll know whether the pats are headed back to the super bowl. in denver, fans are are get ting ready for the game. of and they couldn't believe who joined their party. >> it is a party strictly for patriots fans in denver. >> this place is amazing. >> from posing with the players to the music straight out of boston, this is all new england. but in the middle of all of this pre-afc madness, a super bowl size surprise. robert kraft makes an unexpected a ear answers. the owner of the patriots saying he had to be here to say thanks. >> these fans are great. this is the sixth time coming to this event. look, you see the mhk.
>> it's great, especially to have fans in denver. it's special. >> once inside, he fired up the already rowdy crowd crammed in to had hear them and gives them an update on the team. >> they have an amazing game plan for tomorrow. >> these die hard fans can't get enough. >> look how many patriots fans are here. also outstanding. when you're a patriots fan, you're a fan for life. >> mr. craft bringing out the super bowl and handing out six 50-yard line tickets. >> we are all patriots. reporting. pamela is standing by with a look at our forecast. >> good morning. our storm is out of here and now we have full sunshine ahead. nothing we can't handle with a today. another look at the seven day
this is so cute. woolly coats. i love how he's rolling around, puts the snow on his body. >> the joy of snow. >> is that the cutest. he's hugging himself. he's so happy. >> i love it. that's the best video. long? >> i could. >> i could too. >> yes. plenty of time to dig out from the heavy snow on the cape. sun ahead for for us on this sunday. >> i love it. go pats.
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