tv Newscenter 5 Eyeopener ABC December 31, 2015 6:00am-7:00am EST
>> now on news 5 eyeopener. randy: new year, new steps to you celebrate in boston. 40th first night. erika: bill cosby charged. the fall from grace for the man s most beloved tv dads. randy: new this morning, the state looking to cash in on online games including fantasy sports. the decision being weighed right now on the eye. >> watching wcvb fox' s news later.
erika: also on the eye, this little guy is working hard for a sweet treat. the dive for donuts in eyepoppers. i am distracted. randy: happy new year in new zealand. erika: it is a great show. this is one of the first box we see celebrating 2016. randy: we are having a big show in boston later. i' m randy price with cindy fitzgibbon last day of 2015. cindy: there is sun making an 2015. see the fog out there this morning, he reduces visibility to a mile and a half. . north and west of town, 32 in bed forward -- bedford, you get the idea.
even with the fog sitting on surfaces, it could create freezing and icy spots. south of town, the rain showers around morrisville. here, we are running in the 40' s. this system will get out of it and behind it, a wind shift to the west. it is bringing in drier air so that the clouds break for sunshine. by noon, temperatures will top out in the lower 40' s and highs of 45. mid 40' s on cape cod. we are going to get melting in during the afternoon. north and west of the city, icy here. good morning jeff. jeff: there are problems in the north and south east expects white -- express way. most people are going to have a nice commute heading into work, but the traffic volume is on the light side. that makes it enjoyable, especially with under 15 minutes
we are talking about the wet roads and freezing temperatures. that is a rollover on 93 southbound i exit four. there' s also in crash -- a crash near route 25. watch for the slippery conditions. in general, the drive is good. the turnpike looks good. you just have to be careful. erika: yes right now, the clock is ticking down to boston 40th annual celebration. this year has celebrations. randy: frank olive is in the square with what you will see it what you will not be. frank: the ice sculptures are all set up here, where this year' s scaled-back event is focused. city leaders say this year' s event will be family-friendly, and safe. crews worked last night on all the final touches. and those come with some heightened security. there is no specific threat
prepared for any scenario. >> we will have plenty of officers out there. we will have bomb dogs and undercover officers. frank: this is the first year that the city is not running first night. instead, it' s being put on by an outside company, and all events are free. the city suggests first night travelers take the t. it' s free after 8pm, and service runs until 2:00 in the morning. final preparations also underway -- randy: right now in times square. new york police say it will be the safest place on earth today. one million people will pack in to see the ball drop. they will be joined by 6000 heavily armed police officers, bomb-sniffing dogs, and helicopters circling above. and new this year 20,000 smart phones given to officers so they
about potential threats. my boston, there' s no known threat to new york. new this morning, the new year' s fireworks are cancelled in brussels. the move comes after threats of an extremist attack in the belgium capital. the city was home to four of the suspects who carried out the attacks in paris back in november. two people were recently arrested in a suspected plot to attack brussels during the holidays. erika: breaking overnight, the mother of the teen known for his affluenza defense back in the u.s. this is video just into the newsroom. but a mexican judge has delayed ethan couch' s extradition. police traced ethan couch and his mother to mexico on monday when he used his cellphone to order pizza. the two vanished earlier this month after couch violated his probation in a 2013 drunk driving case that killed four people in texas. he famously used the affluenza defense, claming he was too rich and coddled to know better.
bail as his lawyers prepare to defend him in a decade-old sex assault case. this is just the newest turn in a dramatic fall from grace for the 78-year-old comedian. the eyeopener' s antoinette antonio is tracking the latest moves in the case. >> this morning, bill cosby is out of jail after posting one million dollars bail and making a brief court appearance. he looked frail as he stumbled into a pennsylvania court, facing criminal sexual assault charges. the accuser had already settled a civil suit with the comedian, but an admission he made when he was recently deposed gave prosecutors an opening, answering yes when asked if he intended to use quaaludes on women he wanted to have sex with. his decades-long legal battles, similar to the sex abuse scandal in the catholic church. >> this was a defendant with resources to fight the civil
criminal charges for long perio ds of time. >> in this case, prosecutors were up against a deadline because the statute of limitations runs out in a month. if convicted, the comedian could go to prison for 10 years. erika: neighbors in the western massachusetts village of shelburne falls are expressing their disappointment in cosby this morning. cosby has lived there since the early 1970' s. signs around his home ask for privacy. the quiet town features a connected community many , residents friendly with the entertainer. >> very disappointed. i am upset that the statute of limitations is so short because there are women who go back even further. >> it is sad to hear that he lived a completely different life. erika: many are acknowledging the family' s contributions pointing out that cosby' s wife camille has been a great friend of the community. randy: dramatic video in
continues to ravage parts of missouri. that' s a house racing down a swollen river and smashing into a bridge. flood water from the mississippi and its tributaries has now spilled over nine federal levees in the st. louis area. hundreds of homes and dozens of businesses are at risk in that area alone. right now 21 people are hurt , after an air canada flight hits heavy turbulence over canada. you can see people being taken off the plane on stretchers. the plane was heading from shanghai to toronto when it hit the turbulence. it made an emergency landing in calgary. three of the 21 injured are children though none of the , injuries are believed to be life threatening. erika: this morning we know the identity of the 18-year-old killed in a brazen daylight shooting in mattapan. the globe reports joshua morales and a friend were walking on wilmore street just before 9:00 9:00 a.m. on tuesday when two people drove up and started shooting. the friend is expected to make a full recovery. no arrests have been made.
crime on the books. police data shows that, as of tuesday, there were 40 homicides in the city this year. that' s down from 54 last year. two of this year' s homicides were handled by state police. randy: -- used to my secure 14 people with his wife last month. marquez is also accused of planning an attack with farook in 2011 and 2012 that was never carried out. if convicted he could spend up to 50 years in prison. erika: new this morning, the massachusetts state lottery is exploring online games, to compete with fantasy sports sites like fanduel and draftkings. it' s also worried about staying competitive as the casino industry develops. the lottery issued a request this week for information on putting new and existing games online or on apps. lawmakers would have to approve
randy: 5 on the opioid crisis, a new move to get ahead of addiction. erika: the steps lawmakers are taking to get a handle on the growing problem of prescription abuse. jeb bush making big changes to his campaign. the new focus in key states including new hampshire. randy: a young boy thinks quick and saves lives. the c.o. scare and how he knew exactly what to do. erika: new this morning, simple ways to lose weight in the new year. the easy steps you can take to shed pounds. frank? frank: first night is here and we' re getting a special glimpse into what' s new for the 40th year of new year' s eve celebrations. cindy? cindy: sunshine will make one last appearance before we ring in 2016. more on that and the timeline for cooler temperatures, ahead. first here' s what to expect when you head out the door in best temperatures hovering very close to freezing. the rannouncer: 3 republican governors. but which governor won national praise for tough leadership handling
erika: good morning everyone. happy new year, can you believe this is the last morning of 12,015 -- 2015? cindy: the last month of the year setting records as well. it has been such a warm one -- month. we are about 10 degrees above that this december. we are smashing the warmest december' s on record. the warmest was in 2006. we are going to be talking about smashing that record. more fog out the door this morning in boston. temperatures are ready above the freezing mark. 44 degrees in town, but it is cooler towards the west.
we are looking at a couple of showers on the south shore. they extend from around the plymouth area and around boston. it is dropping south and east word. this is the last of the back edge of moisture. temperatures are running in the low to mid 40' s. 34 boston, 35 and would work. areas north and west of town, there are temperatures new the freezing mark. we have fog in the valley and it could make for slick spots. he got in mind as you head out of the door. the fog will dissipate and clouds break for sunshine and temperatures will respond. we will climb back up into the 40' s this afternoon as the storm pulls away. drier air will come from the west. mid 40' s, plymouth and marshfield, lower 40'
after we brighten it up this afternoon, partly cloudy skies carry us into the evening hours. until midnight, no weather concerns. if you are heading into town, it should be lower 40' s early this evening, then we dropped to the 30' s. with jill biden midnight -- wind chill by midnight only get in the 30' s. make sure you are dressed for that. temperatures are dropping down into the 20' s. it will be a chilly start tomorrow, but we recover to the 40' s in the afternoon. if you are heading to gillette for the new year classic tomorrow, it should be bright but easy -- breezy. it is looking pretty good. quiet this evening, then in arctic -- there could be ocean affect snow. olessa: he said north and west
jeff: that is what we have problems on the road this morning. the southeast expressway where traffic is moving well. it is lighter than usual with people having it off. it is busier now. there is a minor accident clearing away on the southbound side. it is not a factor. a couple of situations, a grass on the southbound side of 495. it is not causing big backups. there is slower traffic on the northbound side of 93, a crash or exit form, it is a rollover. it is not affecting the south side. it is the wet conditions in freezing conditions. secondary roads. everybody' s having a fairly easy commute. randy: five on the opioid crisis, a plan to limit the supply of drugs to first-time patients is moving on this morning. the proposal, which would only allow a seven day supply of opioid medications psed a committee vote at the state house yesterday.
substance abuse evaluation before the patient is discharged. a full house debate is expected next month. brockton police say this is the stash from their biggest fentanyl bust ever. the top of the screen shows about 11 ounces of the painkiller, valued at more than $30,000. police say they took the drugs from an apartment on market street, where they found luis garcia. he was arrested on drug charges. a new law signed in november makes fentanyl trafficking punishable by up to 20 years in prison. erika: time to check in with the race for the white house. jeb bush is scrapping big ad buys shifting his focus to campaign boots on the ground in early voting states like new hampshire. the republican is cancelling millions in advertising and deploying dozens of staffers to iowa, new hampshire, south carolina, and nevada. bush has been trailing in recent polls. republican rival marco rubio is pushing for changes to the constitution.
ll work for term limits on members of congress and supreme court justices. the move is designed to court conservative voters in early voting states like iowa. where he' s campaigning this week. and ted cruz is touting a big fundraising surge. the gop hopeful hauled in nearly $20 million over the last three months. that gives him more than $45 million for the year. the funding jump comes as recent polls find the texas senator' s numbers rising, too putting him in second place behind donald trump. right now we take you back to copley square. the eye' s frank holland getting the inside scoop on the final preparations for first night boston. frank: this is the 40th year of first night. it is also the first time this city is not putting on the new year' s eve celebration. i am joined by dave, the company putting on the event. >> good morning.
>> the tradition -- we fireworks. we have refocused to bring the celebration here with countdown on the copley. frank: what also can we expect to be different? >> we still maintain a friendly best family-friendly atmosphere, the ice sculptures and we are downsizing and consolidating. frank: are the fireworks going to be in the harbor? a family-friendly event. what can people expect to enjoy some of the first day festivities today and tomorrow? >> 7:00 fireworks, which is a tradition. they put the fireworks at the boston commissary. the ice sculptures, we have probably 12 different isotope shares with different themes throughout the copley square. it would just be family-friendly
frank: dave, thank you very much. i hope the rain does not were in the ice sculptures. people are being told to take the t. and services start at 8:00. randy: once we' re done with the celebrating, we will start the resolutions. if you are trying to get to this year -- ditch the soda for tea. next, swap fries for salad. you can still have your favorite burgers or nuggets but choosing a side salad just twice a week could save 5 pounds a year. and finally, swap channel surfing for a little aerobics. instead of hunting around or refilling the chip bowl during tv commercials, get up and do a few jumping jacks. you can start your eye-opening jumping jacks during the commercial break. that'
erika: or even while you are watching it, you can do that. a 10-year-old boy is being hailed as a hero after coming to the rescue of his older brother. he was quick to get them out of their douglas home as it filled with deadly carbon monoxide. brayden wilcox said he heard the chirp of the c.o. detector yesterday morning. he had just taken a program called safe on fire safety so the 4th grader knew he had to wake up his 15-year-old brother and get out of the house. >> it can hurt you and it is good to get out when it is in the house. >> this it were not for him, i probably would' ve been more injured. erika: since the safe program' s inception in 1995 fire deaths among children under 18 has dropped by 72%. good for him. randy: a cambridge restaurant with a special offer this new year' s eve. erika: the burger fit for celebrating. antoinette? antoinette: new at 6:30: controversy centered on a bill
from exposing breasts in public. the comments on facebook posted by lawmakers getting national attention. the bruins will be playing in the winter classic without brad marchand. his punishment for a hit against an ottawa senator earlier this week. and a woman gets cleared in a dui case for proving her body is a brewery. the rare condition that a judge
cindy: a lot of thought and still a couple of showers south of austin. north and west of the city, temperatures are running close to the freezing mark. keep that in mind. we are going to see brightening sky as we head towards late morning and into the afternoon. temperatures are coming up to the mid-40' s today. partly sunny skies, breezy. if you are heading into town for first night tonight, transfer windchill and down to the 20' s
randy: it is time for thursday i proper spirit -- eyepoppers. erika: plenty of restaurants have special menus tonight. but one cambridge spot is going all out for burger lovers. this is tonight' s so-called secret burger at alden and harlow. it' s topped with kobe beef tartar, an egg, shaved white truffle and foie gras. price tag, $175. it does come with a glass of champagne. randy: that makes it worth it. and then there are those of us with simpler tastes. including this sneaky guy. yes, that' s a raccoon dropping through the ceiling of a coffee shop in toronto to steal a donut. looks like maybe he' s pulled this caper off before. [laughter] erika: and the sprinkled doughnuts underneath our tasty. randy: people enjoy it. there was a mice -- mouse in the display case.
erika: coming up, and report on the mbta. randy: federal investigators' complaints about t maintenance. a baby born very prematurely is home this morning. the medical miracle and the message from his parents. t this is the best block of all. it's like candy cane lane. i know. oohhh. oh, holiday ferris wheel. i kind of love it. look at those reindeer. r jeffrey, you're awfully quiet back there. i was just thinking... p maybe it's time we finish this test drive r and head back to the
we are just hours away from first to night boston. the changes you will see this year, in the security you will -- one. new this morning, it won' t surprise passengers who have been stranded in the cold. but a new federal report is putting the mbta in the hot seat over gaps that could cause big problems for riders. >> how a baby that weighed less than a pound is -- >> you are watching wcvb . good morning, this is newscenter 5 eyeopener. randy: this is thursday, the last day of 2015. we are live outside the new england aquarium with one of the ice sculptures that will be on display tonight in the city of boston. good morning, thank you for joining us. i' m randy price. erika: i' m erika tarantal with cindy and jeff larson.
days, improvements coming today. a looming start, but a return of sunshine this afternoon. notice the fog of that is afternoon. and while and a half -- still very close to freezing. places like bedford, lawrence, phippsburg, on their the -- near the freezing mark. st eadier showers in the south. lower 40' s from marshfield in all the way down to the cape. the rain is moving out pretty quickly. by 8:00, the showers are done. a of clouds and still fog, but as the wind shift to the west, there were be brightening skies as the storm is out and we drive. -- dry things are pretty quickly. 45 degrees in boston.
it turns into a decent day once we get through these morning hours. icy north of the city. jeff: busy. 93 southbound under the ball go there -- bunker hill bridge. a lot of people are on vacation. we have a situation with a crash on 495 southbound near route 25 and hey bill. none of them causing any big delays. southeast expressway is almost 20 minutes. the turnpike looks good and everything else is in good shape. if you are heading to first night tonight, take the mbta because they are running free subway service after 10:00 p.m.
event. all of the events are free, there is tighten security, windows -- no specific threat. plotting against the belgian capital. bill cosby is free on monday dollars bail. a philadelphia in 2004. randy: it probably would not the cold. a new federal report is putting the mbta in the hot seat over gaps that could cause big problems for riders. the eye' s todd kazakiewich is live in cambridge with the findings. todd? todd, : that report was obtained by the globe. among the many criticisms, the most troubling may have been this, federal investigators do not think the t has a comprehensive plan for maintaining its subway and trolley tracks and stations. specifically, the report says mbta engineers and maintenance employees who work on tracks,
independently, not together. it also says the mbta has to do a better job of coordinating its upkeep plan across the agency. an mbta spokesperson tells the globe the agency is coming up , with a more detailed plan, and pointed out the report does not question the quality of the maintenance. there are other issues mentioned in the report as well, including subpar service to van riders with disabilities, and poor staffing for a program meant to help disadvantaged vendors get contracts. reporting live from hubbard square, todd, wcvb news center 5. randy: right now brockton police are searching for a suspects who robbery. it happened at 547 north main street just after 6:00 last our partners at the brockton enterprise report two men ran from the store after firing that shot. investigation right now in worcester. a 54-year-old shrewsbury man was killed when he was hit by a car
police say the man may have been pushing his bicycle up the hill and was ouinto the street because of the snow. no charges have been filed. erika: a home in goffstown, new hampshire is destroyed after a huge fire. the flames started in the garage and quickly spread, eventually growing to a three-alarm fire. no one was home at the time. firefighters are still trying to figure out the cause, but say water issues made for a very tough fight. a fight is brewing over a new bill proposed by republicans at the new hampshire state house that would make it illegal for women to expose their breasts in public. it does contain an exception for breast-feeding but one female lawmaker blasted the proposal calling it sexist for singling out women. a gop sponsor of the bill took to facebook to fire back woman ' her breast, and we' re paraphrasing here out in public than you should have no problem with a mans inclanation to stare
we' re not correcting his typos. representative josh moore could not be reached for comment. randy: live free or die. erika: apparently not anymore. randy: record warmth at the north pole erika: temperatures higher there yesterday than in boston. the major concern this morning. born months premature an infant is finally out of the hospital and home with his parents. his brave fight and the local medical team credited with saving his life. randy: and ahead in news to go kobe bryant celebrating a win at s message
notice the temperatures going down into the 20' s by early next week. erika: thanks so much. a baby boy is waking up at home in dorchester this morning, for the first time. last night, his parents finally got to bring him home, after months in the hospital. baby noah was born a micro-preemie back in july. but the medical miracle is healthy now, thanks to some hard work at brigham and women' s hospital. noah weighed less than a pound when he was born, only 22 weeks into his mother' s pregnancy. he spent 158 days in the neo-natal intensive care unit, that' s longer than he was in the womb. his parents toni and ron have lost babies before. they relied on faith to get them through this time, and now their little fighter is home. >> he wanted to be here. we relied on our faith a lot. >> god just blessed us. it is amazing how things came
erika: noah now weighs more than 11 pounds. he' ll have lots of follow up doctor' s appointments, but his family and doctors are confident he' ll do great. randy: general motors is going to trial. the request just denied. also caitlyn jenner reaches a settlement in a wrongful death lawsuit. and star wars fans can look forward to new films in the years to come. the timeline of releases just
erika: the eyeopener team ready with your news to go. frank is in boston with the changes to first night. todd is in cambridge with a tough federal report for the mbta. randy: and antoinette is tracking new details in the case against bill cosby. now that the comedian has not been charged. but first cindy has your forecast. cindy: it is a gl oomy start this morning. it is foggy. the careful, the fog sitting on the cold surfaces can result in icy conditions. march field is running close to 46 degrees. this is where we have the last of the showers and they are
we are going to see drying of hours. after the fog lifts in the clouds begin to break, we will see sunshine. by noon, there will be sunshine shifts to the west. temperatures will make it into the mid-40' s on the coastline. everybody is getting melting. this will be moving out and a working in our direction. anywhere. if you are heading into boston tonight, temperatures close -- we begin the new year tomorrow with dry conditions, sunshine and around 40 in the afternoon. upper 30' s and breezy on saturday.
action between the north of 395. this is a big vacation week. that means lighter volume throughout the metro boston area. southbound and northbound expressway, it is only 16 minutes from braintree into downtown. it would not give much busier than that. be careful in the north. we have freezing conditions and there was a crash. it is off the roadway, not causing big backups. mbta is running if you are heading to first night tonight. a rush hour schedule after 3:00 p.m. on the subway and the next are commuter service as well. randy: the city of boston busy prepping for first night events tonight. but there are some changes this year. erika: the eye' s frank holland is live at copley square this morning with what to expect. frank: these are sculptures behind me are still being worked on.
majority of the festivities for first night will take place. the event is scaled back this year. but will be entirely free. crews are still working this morning that comes with heidi security. boston police say there will be a lot of visible security like officers and bomb sniffing dogs . also a lot of measures you won' t be able to see. city leaders say first night will be safe and family friendly. they also suggest you take the t. the service is free after 8:00 p.m. and runs until 2:00 a.m. live in copley, news center five. erika: final preparations also underway right now in times square. new york police say it will be the safest place on earth today. one million people will pack in to see the ball drop. they will be joined by 6000 heavily armed police officers, bomb-sniffing dogs, and helicopters circling above. and new this year 20,000 smart phones given to officers so they can quickly share information
like austin, -- boston, there' s no known threat to new york. randy: the new year' s fireworks are cancelled in brussels. the move comes after threats of an extremist attack in the belgium capital. the city was home to four of the suspects who carried out the attacks in paris back in november. two people were recently arrested in a suspected plot to attack brussels during the holidays. breaking overnight, the mother of the teen known for his affluenza defense back in the united states. this is video just into the newsroom. a mexican judge has delayed ethan couch' s extradition. police traced ethan couch and his mother to mexico on monday when he used his cellphone to order pizza. the two vanished earlier this month after couch violated his probation in a 2013 drunk driving case that killed four people in texas. he famously used the affluenza defense, claming he was too rich and coddled to know better. erika: for this first time in his sexual assault scandal comedian bill cosby is facing criminal charges. he looked frail as he stumbled
make a brief appearance. the accuser had already settled a civil suit with the comedian, but an admission he made when he was recently deposed gave prosecutors an opening. answering yes when asked if he intended to use quaaludes on women he wanted to have sex with. cosby is out of jail after posting $1 million bail. todd? todd: a new federal review finds glittering -- issues with the mbta. this review was conducted by the federal transit administration. it says that engineers, maintenance employees also worked independently, but they should collaborate. the review also says the team needs to do better jobs with automating maintenance. the t says they are working to
randy: a friend of the san indicted on a terrorism charge. 24-year-old enrique marquez is charged with buying a gun that syed farook and his wife used to shoot 14 people last month. marquez is also accused of planning an attack with farook that was never carried out. for a hearing to determine whether he should stand trial. erika: 21 people are hurt after a air canada flight heavy turbulence over canada. you can see people being taken it was heading from shanghai to turbulence. emergency landing in calgary. children. none of the injuries are believed to be life threatening. randy: imagine this, yesterday than it was in boston. s brought extreme weather across the country hit the north pole, sending temperatures 50 degrees above normal. in fact, the high there was an it'
year. erika: dramatic video in overnight as historic flooding continues to ravage parts of missouri. that' s a house racing down a swollen river and smashing into a bridge. flood water from the mississippi and its tributaries has now piling over nine federal levees in the st. louis area. hundreds of homes and dozens of businesses are at risk in that area alone. randy: caitlyn jenner has settled a lawsuit in a deadly crash in california earlier this year. jenner rear-ended a 69-year-old woman, pushing her into oncoming traffic. she was struck by a hummer, and killed. jenner then slammed into a prius, injuring that driver. tmz reports jenner' s insurance company paid a settlement to the prius driver. jenner is also facing a lawsuit from the five occupants of the hummer. erika: general motors is headed to trial next month. a judge rejected the automaker' s motion yesterday to dismiss a case, involving defective ignition switches. a man is suing g.m. over
when his saturn ion crashed. he says the airbags did not deploy, as a result of the ignition switch failure. defective switches have been blamed in 124 deaths. randy: a major milestone for the rideshare service uber. the company says it has booked its one billionth ride. uber has been operating since 2010, starting out in san francisco. since then, the company has gone international. it' s one billionth ride was booked in london on christmas eve. erika: drunk-driving charges have been dropped against a woman in new york because her body can brew alcohol. the woman was arrested while driving with a blood-alcohol limit four times over the legal limit. but her doctor provided testing that says she had an undiagnosed, rare condition, in which her digestive system converts high-carbohydrate foods into alcohol. randy: if you' re already crashing from the high of seeing the latest star wars movie, don' t worry.
generation series. "rogue one, a star wars story" is set to be released in december of 2016. just 5 months later, episode 8 comes out in may. and disney is planning at least three more films after that all within four years. >> playing his final game in b oston. number 24, kobe bryant. erika: kobe bryant, saying good-bye to the garden last night. he missed his first 8 shots, but a three point dagger with a minute 40 to go turned a 2 point game into a 5 point game. the lakers one, 112 -104. and kobe took it all in, returning to wave to fans. celtics executives gave him a piece of the original parquet floor before the game. randy: the bruins' brad marchand
s game against ottawa. marchand was not penalized during the game, but yesterday the league called it a late, low marchand is out of the winter classic and the following two ll cost him $165,000. erika: the winter classic is check out this time lapse video of the field at gillette, getting transformed. the ice is now laid out for the bruins game against the canadiens. yesterday, bruins players and staff members got to skate with their families. randy: that will be fun. like traffic this morning. jeff: a little skating on the ice, not a huge problem, but of. it is light traffic. the turnpike is only 16 minutes to get from 495 to 128. the only slow world is the southeast expressway, 60 minutes between braintree in downtown.
away, southbound and hey bill. subways are running on the rush-hour service after 3:00 p.m. and the community rail has been next to servers as well. cindy: it is going to be chilly tonight. it is coming off of the warmest december on record. we will end the month about five degrees above the warmest december on record with above-average temperatures. we are close to the seasonal levels by this weekend, but the cold comes in next week. we have fog over the city and 36 degrees. the winds are shifting to the drier air. b spots. the last of the showers are approaching cape cod. they will be exiting by late morning. clouds are breaking for sunshine. afternoon. once you clear up these guys