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there will likely be a few showers and a thunderstorm that does develop by mid to late morning. lunchtime scattered showers and storms. there's almost like two rounds that come in tomorrow. one late morning to midday and another one with scattered thunderstorms this is the map at 3 p.m. it doesn't matter where you go. maybe the mid and outer cape we see a shower until late in the day. but either way see the deep yellows oranges and reds in here, that indicates to me there could be stronger thunderstorms and a few of which could be strong to se he any time a warm front liftsnorthward you jump into humid and warm air and funny things could happen a couple storms that develop could have local lized wind gusts and frequent lightning of the we will keep the thunderstorm risk
between the clouds. there may be a lingering sprinkle in the morning tomorrow and humidity stays relatively in the middle levels. mid-60s. temperatures in the mid-80s on wednesday. partly cloudy 88 on thursday and an isolated storm on friday and the 80s for the weekend chris. >> thanks very much. lighthouse beopened a great spotted eating a seal forced the officials there to close that beach down for a little bit. the conservancy shark tracking app sent out the's liter -- alert. students in walpole had get extra sleep. the high school is pushing back the start time by 15 minutes. kids will have a to report at 7:30 and that 15ments may not sound like a -- 15ments may not sound like a -- 15 minutes may not sound like a lot but the principal says every little bit helps. the sleep foundation is asking schools to push back start
four hundred million dollars. that's how much charter schools will drain from massachusetts public schools this year. four hundred million siphoned from local districts that desperately need it. four hundred million that won't fund more science and technology, arts or preschool, counseling, or smaller class sizes. four hundred million unavailable to the ninety-six percent of students who don't attend charter schools. improve public schools for all students, not just a select few.
the u.s. adding to the olympic medal count as american athletes take to the track. >> last night was a historic one. yusain bolt run the 100 meeter in 9.8 seconds and became the first runner in history to capture three straight gold in the event. justin gatlin took the silver. it was big night in gymnastics. simone biles is incredible another dominating performance taking home gold in the vault. it's the first time an american woman has ever won gold in the event. her teammate captured the silver on the uneven bars and biles and larie hernandez will -- laurie hernandez will compete on the balance beam. biles and raisman will compete in the floor exercise finals tomorrow. >> alexander took home bronze on the horse. the first olympic medal for the u.s. since 1984.
count u.s. dominates with 70 medals overall including 26 gold. we are cleaning up. they are followed by china and great britain. >> very cool. >> yeah. a lot to celebrate for a chinese olympic diver. >> first she won the silver medal in the women's 3 meter springboard then take a look at this. her boyfriend and fellow diver proposed to her very happy ending and exciting day for them. this is the second proposal for the athletes at the olympic games. how do you top >> bling right there. the nice looking ring. >> with her medal. still to come on the wbz news at noon. >> the adele giving the coldshoulder to one of the biggest shows. why she says she won't take the
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>> she does. >> have a good day. this year. massachusets four hundred million siphoned from local districts that desperately need it. e and technology, arts or preschool, counseling, or smaller class sizes. four hundred million unavailable to the ninety-six percent of students who don't attend charter schools. let's improve public schools for all students, not just a select few.
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