tv Newscenter 5 Eyeopener ABC January 17, 2016 5:00am-6:00am EST
>> now on newscenter 5's "eyeopener." mike: as we did yesterday morning, we're tracking a new batch of snow today. tracking the timeline for arrival and what you can expect. antoinette: a desperate search for a dozen missing marines is expanding. the family of a corporal from hingham holding out hope this doug: celebration in patriots nation, and a big win for new england. tom brady thinking ahead to the >> you're watching wcvb, good morning! this is newscenter 5's "eyeopener." antoinette: we are all waking up big win. doug: a little tired myself. antoinette: good morning to you. thanks so much for joining us on this sunday, january 17.
doug: and i'm doug meehan. morning. we turned the corner and there's nothing but white. mike: i have snow to talk about. this morning as you get out stars out there. we have the clear skies. freezing. maybe a little patchy black ice is a possibility this morning because of all that rain we got yesterday. nothing going on around here. i'm going to widen out the view to show you where the snow is coming from. it's got a long way to go. there's an area down here and an area to the west. these are both coming up in our direction. they're going to impact us with a bit of snow. what is the timeline on this? as we head towards 9:00 tonight, this storm system is way off shore but it's just close enough to us that it may start to get a little bit of snow going on. then we turn our attention to this system. this will come through during the morning. it's also going to give us a chance of snow. you put both of those together. not that impressive but it is going to be a little bit of snow. of course it will happen during the morning commute tomorrow. i'm thinking about 1-3 inches of snow right near the shoreline. inland a dusting to an inch. as you get out to the elevation toward the berkshires again another 1-3 inches to talk
not a big event. then we haven't had much snow so far this year. we may double our snowfall totals overnight. we'll talk more about the timeline and the cold that follows. all that coming up in just a few moments. brady: it was a great win. took everything we got. doug: tom brady and the patriots powering ahead on the road to the super bowl. pats to a 27-20 win over the chiefs. back in the afc championship game next week. antoinette: brady threw for two touchdowns to rob gronkowski and this in the second. brady goes in for the sneak, and he's in for the touchdown. plenty of key plays for the patriots, and a welcome sight for fans with julian edelman back on the field. now it's on to the afc championship game. the patriots will either face the broncos in denver or the steelers here at home for a spot in super bowl 50.
football teams. we played them both this year already. you know, it will take our best effort to beat them, whoever it is. antoinette: the patriots now trying to become the first team to win back-to-back nfl titles since they did it in '03-'04. doug: after a week of turmoil, last night's victory was sweet relief and reason to celebrate for patriots fans. our todd kazakiewich spent the day in the thick of it with patriots nation. while brady says it may not matter who they'll face next week, fans are hoping they'll be back at gillette. todd: the celebration began at gillette right after the patriot's victory over the chiefs. fans honoring a team that marches to the beat of its own drum. >> that was a seven-point win but i think really 21 points. >> i love the pats. >> everyone saying where is the new england patriots? they've lost four out of the last six weeks right now they
it's uncharacteristic of bill belichick team and the tom brady team. who are they? you saw who they are tonight. todd: new england fans are ecstatic singing the praises of their team. i want to kiss you all over and over again todd: the hard-fought victory means new england's post season continues. the road to the super bowl is now one stop shorter. >> the afc championship five straight years. do you feel it? everybody feels it. thank you very much. todd: this fan is ready sporting a custom made ring hat. >> go, patriots. (cheering). todd: again next week's game will be the fifth consecutive afc championship game for new england. and obviously fans are hoping that it leads to yet another soup bowl appearance and a fifth super bowl ring. reporting from gillette stadium, todd kazakiewich, wcvb, newscenter 5. antoinette: right now, a desperate search continues off
a marine from hingham among 12 missing after two military helicopters crashed. the search now entering a third day. christopher orlando's friend and hope. the "eyeopener"'s frank holland is here with the latest on that southeastern. frank? frank: antoinette, right now dozens of rescuers are scouring the debris off the coast of oahu looking for survivors. and there is still a strong sense of hope in hingham where friends and strangers are praying for chris to come home. the 23-year-old corporal is a flight crew chief. his family releasing a statement yesterday, thanking everyone who continues to pray for their son and the other missing marines. so far search efforts have been hampered by choppy waves and low visibility. thursday night's incident is just the latest in a series of marine corps helicopter crashes in the past year. >> any time you get these number of mishaps in a row it's time to stop, look back and take a look at what you're doing wrong. is it the training?
is it way they're being operated? frank: the area where the search is focused is known to surfers as the seven-mile miracle. in hingham, the south shore surfing community hoping it lives up to that name. when their friend chris, who is an avid surfer, comes home. officials say rescue crews will continue to search for several more days. no word yet on what actually caused this crash. doug? doug: a remarkable turn of events in the mideast a hingham man one of several americans just released from prison in iran. matt trevithick, who went to iran for a language program at tehran university, was in prison for 40 days. four other americans were also released under a negotiated prisoner exchange. the release of the american prisoners comes just as the nuclear deal with iran goes into effect lifting sanctions and making tens of billions of dollars available to the iranian government. secretary of state kerry hailing the release as a victory for u.s. diplomacy. three of the americans released had been held prisoner for
hostage in iran back in 1979. former u.s. marine amere heck made held for more than four years after an arrest on spying charges while visiting his grandmother in tehran. "washington post" bureau chief jason held for a year-and-a-half after a closed trial and conviction on espionage charges. pastor imprisoned since july for organizing home churches in iran. all spent time at iran's notorious evin prison where they were allegedly subjected to beatings, solitary confinement and psychological abuse. two other americans were also released including a student named matthew trevithick who was arrested a few months ago. last summer president obama angrily dismissed suggestions that he was not working hard enough to get the prisoners released. >> the notion that i'm content as i celebrate with american
jails, that's nonsense. doug: not included in the prisoner swap f.b.i. agent robert levinson who disappeared during a 2007 visit to iran. his whereabouts are still unknown. in exchange for the release of the americans, the u.s. dropped charges against seven iranians along with international arrest warrants issued by the u.s. against 14 other iranians. it's the third time the obama administration has made exchanges to free americans held abroad including sergeant bowe bergdahl freed in etion change for five taliban prisoners and alan gross, freed from cuban prison in exchange for three cubans held in the u.s. hingham native matthew trevithnick is already on his way home. on logistics right now to get the four other americans out of tehran. attorney and waltham police are investigating a murder-suicide right now. police responded to a request for a well-being check on forest street around 5:00 last night. when they arrived, they found two residents were dead. the d.a.'s office says this is
is no threat to public safety. an update now to yesterday's early morning fire in roslindale. the flames broke out at a condo in dale village. boston fire officials say smoking material caused the fire. the red cross is now helping out 14 people who were displaced. doug: arlington police subdue a woman wielding this knife, preventing a potential "suicide by cop" situation. the 32-year-old had barricaded herself inside an apartment on grove street, threatening to kill herself. when police forced their way inside, the woman charged at officers with the knife. an officer deployed a beanbag round which struck the woman and disarmed her. 5 on the opioid crisis in brockton. the mayor calling the current situation a public health crisis. with the recent spike in
hoping to get more addicts the treatment they desperately need. he's announced the "champion plan" with a goal of expanding resources for addicts rather than putting them behind bars. similar to the program in gloucester, brockton is partnering with local hospitals and treatment centers. the plan will be in place sometime next month. more support for new guidelines for prescribing opioids for chronic pain. 36 attorneys general from across the country, including massachusetts a.g. maura healey, have signed a letter urging the c.d.c. to adopt the guidelines. the national association of attorneys general says the guidance will help doctors and other health care workers balance the potential harms and benefits of opioid use. antoinette: president obama is proposing a set of changes to unemployment insurance that he says would offer more security to unemployed americans and encourage more people to rejoin the workforce. president: if a hard-working american loses her job regardless of what state she lives in, we should make sure she can get unemployment
retrain for her next job. antoinette: the president's proposal would require states to provide wage insurance to workers who lose their jobs and find new employment at lower pay. it would be available to workers who were with their prior employer for three years and make less than $50,000 in their new job. he also wants to require all states to provide at least 26 weeks of unemployment insurance. on the way this morning, a water crisis reaching a new level of urgency in michigan. doug: the help the obama administration is offering to help one city through a public health crisis. and a wild fight caught on camera. now the guy who threw the first punch is filing a lawsuit. the reason behind the legal action. antoinette: a new fund opened to help a severely injured hockey player recover. the pledge the bruins foundation and the t.d. garden has made to that effort. mike: and i'm tracking some snow. when it moves in and how the rest of your long holiday weekend is shapi what if the sweet stevia leaf was discovered... ...before the sugarcane. and everything
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frank: doug and antoinette, that passenger is now the one suing the driver. take a look. violently attacking his driver and then apologizing, says he's is a victim too. former taco bell executive benjamin golden now filing a $5 million lawsuit against the uber driver he allegedly attacked in southern california last fall. he admitted he was drunk at the time. now he's claiming the driver illegally videotaped the altercation, and he's seeking damages for "severe emotional distress, humiliation, and anxiety." >> i've been trying not to read what's being said, but, you know, i'm not that person (crying) frank: golden was charged with assault and battery, pleading not guilty. those charges are still pending. he was also sued by the uber driver, edward caban, for unspecified damages. his lawyer calling golden's counter-lawsuit "bogus."
doug: we'll shift gears and get to a nicer story here. the bruins family teaming up to help a hockey player severely injured on new year's eve. word now that the team, the jacobs family, the bruins foundation, and t.d. garden pledged at least $200,000 to help denna laing. she suffered a significant spinal injury during the outdoor women's winter classic at gillette stadium. laing's parents say she has limited movement in her arms and no feeling in her legs. bruins c.e.o. charlie jacobs said the donation is the first step in continuing support for laing's recovery. >> now your storm team 5 forecast with meterologist mike wankum. antoinette: it's 5:16 on your sunday morning. and are we all dried out from yesterday? doug: frank is still soaking wet. antoinette: he is. mike: we sent him to gillette. antoinette: we let him back in today though to warm up. mike: yesterday morning at this time we had the wind. we had the rain and everything else going on. we have something going on later on tonight and tomorrow but not nearly as impressive. let me show you what those wind
nantucket had 50-mile-an-hour wind gusts, rockport 48-mile-an-hour wind gusts. these were strong winds. the other thing is we were looking for snow. it's january. we're trying to find some. the snowfall totals as you realize were not that heavy out there. generally about an inch to an inch-and-a-half. you can see fitchburg picking up about an inch of snow. where was it? you had to go to the north. now this is a good thing to point out because it told us yesterday we had just enough cold air that we supported snowfall totals like four inches in portland or even up to a half maine. all we need is the cold air. now we have cold air that we get to talk about. also by the way yesterday rainfall totals anywhere between an inch to two inches of rain across the area. well today we don't have that much moisture but we do have the colder air to talk about. right now in boston it's 34 degrees. westerly wind at 14 giving us a wind chill index or how it feels out there of 25 degrees. check out these temperatures. a lot of places are below the freezing mark. a little bit of patchy black ice out there. not a big issue. we had all that water from yesterday.
the drain to we have a couple of spots that are slippery out there. temperatures to the south are still above the freezing mark. so we have morning sunshine this morning and afternoon clouds. high temperature today about 32-38. that's cooler than yesterday. and then tonight cloudy skies. some snow showers. 20-26 with a northerly breeze. so what's going to happen? let me give you an hour-by-hour breakdown. you'll notice as we go through the day today by this afternoon we have a lot of clouds and temperatures just barely above the freezing mark. watch this area down here to the south. starts to lift its way north ward. that is storm system which is way off shore, but it's got enough energy that it's throwing just a little wave of snow at us. this is 8:00 tonight. and then it kind of tries to fold its way back in overnight. this is the way the map looks at midnight. we have this area to talk about and another area out here to the west that wants to come sweeping through. two areas that are going to impact us over about the next 18 hours. by tomorrow morning at 6:00 a.m., we have some snow showers. look at that line forming right through there. that's a snow shower. snow shower is when you get a burst of snow and then it moves
that process you can pick up a quick inch of snow. eventually we do clear things out later on tomorrow night. how much snow? i think because you have really two events that will be affecting the coast i'm going a 1-3 category. inland probably a dusting to an inch. through the berkshires scraping off a little more moisture will put it back up to 1-3. these are not impressive snowfall totals but we haven't seen much snow this year. we've only had 1.2 inches of snow so far this season. today is 36 degrees with fading sunshine. that snow coming in here tonight. snow showers tomorrow especially during the morning commute. high temperature only about 28 degrees. you know, on tuesday, it's cold but it's the wind that will be the issue. the wind is 15-30 miles per hour. wind chill indices in the morning on tuesday will be about five degrees below zero. temperatures will modify a little bit and then we look for our next chance for some snow. this will be on saturday of next week. the interesting thing about this one was yesterday it was looking like it was staying to the south of us.
saying maybe closer to us than we we were orming naturally expecting. we put snow in the forecast for your saturday. it's still several days off. i think more importantly watch where you're driving later on tonight and tomorrow because we could see slippery spots out there tomorrow as well. antoinette and doug. doug: thank you. 5:20 is your time right now. a look at some of the stories we're following right now. antoinette: we're learning more about that deadly raid at hotel in the western african nation of burkina faso. an american missionary's mother now confirming her son was among those killed when al-qaida militants attacked the hotel and cafe. at least 28 people died in the attack. the victims were from 18 different countries. doug: the white house has declared a state of emergency in michigan freeing up to $5 million in federal aid to immediately assist with the public health crisis there. the drinking water in the city of flint and surrounding areas is contaminated with lead. fema will step in to coordinate responses and cover the costs
filters for residents. microsoft is cutting the cord on windows 8 and no longer offering updates. about 50 million people around the world are using the operating system. but there will no longer be updates to help block new viruses or protect from hackers. microsoft is stopping tech support to try to encourage people to upgrade to 8.1 or windows 10. an impressive group of 8th graders kicking off a year of community service yesterday. antoinette: 351 one of them to be exact. the student ambassadors all chosen by their teachers to represent the 351 towns and cities across the commonwealth. congressman seth moulton attended the project 351 wrap-up party at the j.f.k. library yesterday evening. the event was timely-- to honor the legacy of dr. martin luther king, jr., with a full day of team-based service projects in boston. great to see them helping out their community. doug: awesome. antoinette: a new national treasure meets his fans.
mike: well, we've got some snow in the forecast. should start about 8:00 tonight right along the coastal areas. i think we'll have to wait for inland areas until tomorrow morning to get some snow showers. adding it all up it's not a lot. it will be going on between 8:00 tonight and 3:00 tomorrow. we've got colder temperatures coming in this week. you'll notice that the wind will have a real bite to it. maybe a little bit of snow next weekend. antoinette: this might be my favorite story of the week. it was panda-monium in the nation's capital as thousands of panda fans lined up for their first glimpse of bei bei at the national zoo. doug: the adorable five-month-old panda cub is barely 22 pounds, but he's already a social media heavyweight. antoinette: this was the moment a panda cub making his public debut to squeals of delight.
does, shy away from the spotlight. meet bei bei, the national zoo's five month old panda. >> my heart is like squashed. antoinette: he has enjoyed birth. but finally thousands from all over the world got to line up to >> pandemonium. antoinette: bei bei's name means precious treasure in chinese. the endangered bear is only the third cub to thrive at the zoo. less than 2,000 surviving in the wild. like any super star worth his bamboo, bei bei is a social media darling. five million hits and counting on the national zoo's giant panda cam since he was born. >> he is immensely popular. antoinette: said to be a charmer and a bit of a rascal, bei bei spent most of his big day snoozing flat on his furry back making his eeg every fans wait. >> we're waiting for him to wake up.
antoinette: after all, being exhausting. i can't take it. i just cannot take it. doug: the combination of the fur and the eyes. i don't know. just a bundle of. antoinette: and so small. you want to take him home with you. doug: until he grows up and rips your face off. well, shifting gears. but a cute little thing, i guess. sure. new this morning. some lawmakers in lawrence looking to restrict panhandling. antoinette: the areas they believe should be off limits. a rescue delayed. the reason it took so long to
>> now on newscenter 5's "eyeopener." mike: a blast of cold temperatures are heading our way and i'm tracking some
snow. my timeline for a wintery mix. antoinette: and the hingham man just released from prison in iran. family is saying about his release. doug: and in just hours the democrats take the debate stage the final push ahead of the first contests on the eye. >> you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning! this is newscenter 5's "eyeopener." good morning, everybody. sunday morning. wipe the sleep out of your eye after a couple of good football games last night. mike: i didn't go to sleep after watching the game. antoinette: so amped up over having everyone back. the team was back together.
mike: it was a good game. a lot are yawners but this one was good. i've got a couple things to talk about today mostly snow. it's not a lot. but it's going to be out there. let me show you what the temperatures are this morning. you're starting your morning off with temperatures in the 30's and a few 20's out there. overall, it's not a bad start to day. in fact, we have sunshine this morning but then we have to watch way down the coast and out to our west. there are two things that are going to affect us. this one and this one. they're going to come in at us with really some light snow but you see what happens. this first one is way off shore extension. you get idea. tonight we could see light snow primarily the cape, cape ann, cape cod and also the eastern part of the state. then this area is going to come morning. when it comes through, it creates these snow showers or snow squalls. what happens is that burst of snow that can happen as they move through. you drive through one and then all of a sudden just a couple miles down the road you're back into sunshine. it means slipper erodes out there. behind this thing is cold air. how much snow are we talking about? not a lot.
winter. 1-3 at the coast because you have the early enhancement. the snow squalls will give us a dust to go an inch and perhaps oust to the berkshires we'll see another 1-34 inches as well. not a lot but the timing is not very good. during the morning commute. we'll talk about more the timing and the cold behind. all that in a few moments. antoinette and doug. doug: mike, thank you. for more than a month is now returning home. antoinette: the "eyeopener"'s frank holland is here with more on the international negotiations that led to that release. frank. frank: doug and antoinette, a remarkable turn of events in the mideast. matthew trevithick is one of several americans just released from prison in iran. the boston university graduate was imprisoned for 40 days after traveling to iran in september for a language program at tehran university. four other americans were also released under a negotiated prisoner exchange. that includes "washington post" reporter jason rezaian. as part of the exchange, the u.s. will free seven iranians from american custody. matt's mother confirms he is out
profoundly grateful to all those who worked for his release. back to you. antoinette: commitment 2016. the democrats are back on the tonight. this will be the final debate for bernie sanders, hillary clinton, and martin o'malley before voting begins in the iowa caucuses. yesterday, the trio attended an annual fish fry hosted by congressman jim clyburn. before that, all three candidates spoke at the "first in the south" dinner hosted by the democratic party. meanwhile, mayor marty walsh spent the day in the granite state stumping for hillary clinton. he and other volunteers pounded the pavement and knocked on doors, kicking off a grassroots canvassing campaign. right now, clinton is fighting to regain her lead in the race with polls showing sanders gaining traction in iowa and new hampshire. doug: donald trump was also back in new hampshire where he continues to lead in the polls. he teamed up with a familiar face in massachusetts politics--
our sera congi was there. scott brown: somebody whom i've known for some time. sera: a familiar face to new england politics, former u.s. senator of massachusetts scott brown welcoming the g.o.p. frontrunner for president. scott brown: the next president of the united states, donald trump. sera: donald trump rallied the crowd of 1,000 at a portsmouth, new hampshire, car dealership appearing with brown who has organized a series of political events. trump: whether it's new hampshire, iowa, south carolina, we're doing so well. >> he's a strong candidate, and i think he is gointo do what he says he's going to do. whenever he sets goals, he accomplishes what he sets out to do. sera: trump sounded themes that have helped propel him in the polls. trump: illegal immigrants are treated better than our vets. sera: and trump also encouraged brown to return to politics with some in the crowd chanting, "v.p." trump: it looks like-- hey, vice president? hey! sera: he's encouraging you to get back into politics. brown: i'm helping others get involved. i'm helping not only here in new hampshire but still in massachusetts where i have some dear friends.
any presidential candidate but supports some of trump's views. brown: he's talking about the same things i talked about. you know, closing the border, border security, national security. sera: but brown also says he hears from voters who want trump to be more respectful. >> i think he has some great ideas. i think-- i like some of the positions that he presents. but his mannerism is something that i find offensive. sera: a mannerism new hampshire voters will judge in the nation's first primary, february 9. in portsmouth, sera congi, wcvb, newscenter 5. doug: jeb bush also on the campaign trail making several stops across the new hampshire yesterday. the former florida governor hosted town halls in amherst and hampstead. bush defended his foreign policy including plans for a no-fly zone over syria. senator rand paul was there as well. he spoke with a few dozen supporters at a pizza shop in newport. earlier this week paul chose not to take part in the g.o.p. under-card debate, but instead
least seven million voters through national t.v. appearances and through on-line forums. paul telling voters there's no place for donald trump in the g.o.p. antoinette? antoinette: look at this individual yoi. flipped upside-down onto its roof. right now state police investigating this deadly crash in peabody. the one-car crash happened on route 1 northbound at lowell street just after 7:00 last night. the victim, a 46-year-old man from peabody, has not been identified. waltham police searching for a bank robbery suspect. the armed thief caught on camera. it happened at the t.d. bank on second avenue friday. the suspect dressed in a black hoodie, black ski mask, and dark sunglasses. police describe the weapon as a semi-automatic handgun. the bank teller said it appeared to be real. anyone with information is asked to call waltham police. doug: new this morning the lawrence city council is
hearing on monday on a proposal to limit panhandling. that would include making it a crime to ask for money near a bank or atm. mayor daniel rivera says this is intended to discourage people going to lawrence to buy heroin. he says they often spend all they have on the drug and leave themselves without the money needed to get home. on the road to the super bowl. the patriots with a big win over the kansas city chiefs yesterday. it felt like the patriots took a time machine back to week 10 in this game. doug: edelman was back, gronk was strong, and as bob halloran tells us, it's full steam ahead into the afc championship. bob: it had been a while since we had seen these patriots, but they wasted no time reintroducing themselves. opening drive julian edelman makes a couple of big first-down catches. rob gronkowski pulls down a 32-yarder. and then tom brady hits gronk
same as it ever was. >> just making sure i was prepared for the game, ready to go. big games like this, you always have to put a little extra work in. if you're out there on the practice field or not. everything just worked out well. bob: chandler jones forced a fumble in the third quarter. that led to a second gronk t.d. that made it 21-6 patriots. it was clear the patriots are back. brady: only four teams playing next weekend. we're one of them. that game means a lot. we've got to try to get as healthy as we can and see if we can, you know, put together our best game of the year. bob: so the patriots are back in the afc championship game. tom brady and bill belichick's 10th in 15 years. put that high on the list of accomplishments for the greatest coach-quarterback tandem in the history of the nfl. bob halloran, wcvb, sportscenter 5.
team, don't they. doug: can't believe there was any doubt. they show up when it's important. antoinette: no worries. doug: whew! okay. caught on camera. a car crashes through a convenience store. antoinette: the near miss and the other emergency triggered by that crash. frank? frank: a car crash victim is recovering after he was stuck out in the cold for hours. the reason it took rescuers so long to find him. mike? mike: tracking colder temperatures and snow moving in. a breakdown of the wintry mix on
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antoinette: good morning. 5:42. welcome back. new hampshire state troopers say they found a man unconscious in the woods in enfield ten hours after he crashed his car. police say the man veered off the highway, struck a guard rail, and rolled his car. doug: our frank holland is here with how police found him and the charges he could be facing. frank: doug and antoinette, police say this man is lucky to be alive. after he crashed he left his car and then wandered into the woods at night. he was all alone and without a cell phone. police are crediting the rescue
a k9 officer named briggs. state police responded to a rollover crash friday night on interstate 89 in enfield; but when they arrived, all they found was a 2003 buick. trooper janell smith: we checked for the driver. there was some blood in the vehicle, but no driver was located in the area. frank: trooper janell smith says the driver, 49-year-old james borneman of springfield, was driving southbound when he veered off the road striking a guard rail. at the time, officers didn't know if he left the scene or if he was ejected from the car. officers checked with hospitals and family, but borneman could not be found. they returned to the scene hours later. trooper: that is when we pushed further northbound on the same side, and that is when we saw what appeared to be signs that someone had slid down the embankment, and we saw footprints along the river bank headed northbound. frank: state police asked for assistance from the lebanon police department's k-9 unit to track the missing person. officer jonathan tracey and his dog briggs were called in to help. officer: we tracked up a ridge.
it was tough terrain. frank: police say borneman walked through ice and snow and across a fast moving brook. crews worked their way around, walked up a ridge and that's when k-9 briggs spotted him under a tree. borneman was found unconscious around 4:30 a.m. in lebanon, ten hours after the crash. jonathan tracey: briggs actually found him before we did. he came right up on him and pretty much put his nose to his face, and it startled the guy and he sat up a little bit. frank: the hanover fire department provided immediate assistance by extending a ladder over the brook to pull borneman to safety. >> the fire department coming out and assisting us getting this guy back across that brook without having to go back in the water. they did a great job too. frank: borneman could also face charges for drug possession. the cause of the crash is still under investigation. troopers say speed appears to be a factor. frank holland, wcvb, newscenter 5. >> now your storm team 5 forecast with meterologist mike wankum.
december was above average and so far the month of january is running above average. we had a high temperature yesterday of 40 degrees, but i think the week ahead is going to show up with more blue days as we start to talk about chilly temperatures moving back into the forecast. 34 degrees right now. westerly wind at 14. wind chill out there right now is 25 degrees. a little cool because of that wind. but otherwise it's really a pretty nice morning out there. we have a few temperatures outside the city which are below the freezing mark. watch out. there might be a little patchy black ice. all that moisture left over from yesterday. if you're traveling south of the city, i think most of the temperatures are above the freezing mark so not a big issue but not nearly as warm as what it was yesterday morning. yesterday morning we had temperatures in the 40's. so what do the high temperatures look like today? generally into the mid 30's for highs. look what will happen. in bedford tomorrow only 26. tuesday only 26 degrees. and, yes, there is a little snow in the forecast as we talk about tomorrow's forecast as well. over towards worcester, 31 degrees today. but you know it's going to get cold. tuesday morning down to the single digits, and the wind chills will be below zero on tuesday.
talking about. south shore, temperatures generally in the mid 30's today. bridgewater a high temperature on monday 28. only 26 degrees as we look at tuesday's forecast. and the cape, this is the best opportunity for seeing some snow. it's not only tonight but also tomorrow as well. you'll see the temperature dropping off but not quite as dramatically as what we've been seeing inland. overtonight tonight, we will be seeing the lows dropping off in most locations into the 20's. that's just the beginning of the cool air coming in. we've also going to talk about snow. this system here and this system here. both of them are pretty weak. but as they move through or at least this one is going to be well off shore. so it's going to give us a little bit of snow. here is the timeline. a lot of clouds this afternoon. by about 8:00 we start to see moisture working its way in off the shoreline. you see what happens. it pushes its way inland. it may be mixed with a few sprinkles. it means we get this band setting up along the coast around midnight which would mean snow from cape ann to cape cod and include the city of boston. we wait for part 2 of the storm and that comes through tomorrow
we have two events that will be happening. but when you add them all up together they don't amount to a whole lot. about 1-3 inches of snow along the coast. you have to watch this. this type of situation sometimes you get these little bands that can set up. you can actually get a little bit more than that. also because they're very difficult to forecast, you might not get anything out of the whole deal. then inland a dusting to an inch. 1-3 mainly because of those snow showers moving through. here's your seven-day forecast. we'll show you what will be happening. today 36. tomorrow 26 degrees. watch out for snow showers especially during the morning commute. it's cold on tuesday, and it's windy which will make it feel even colder out there. we get plenty of sunshine back for wednesday, thursday and friday. but another system may impact us a little bit on saturday. that could give us some rain or some snow. yesterday-- now it's starting to look more like it will get us. we'll keep a close eye on that one. that's not until next weekend. antoinette: thank you, mike.
now on the eyeopener. doug: new hampshire's attorney general wants to weigh in as a federal agency considers a natural gas pipeline that would pass through state parks and forests. attorney general joseph foster says he's filed documents to intervene on kinder morgan's application. the northeast energy direct project would cross 70 miles of southern new hampshire to pipe natural gas from pennsylvania to the northeast. antoinette: a baby born in an oahu hospital has tested positive for the mosquito-borne zika virus. the c.d.c. said the mother was likely infected while in brazil last year. the virus has been linked to a recent surge in birth defects. there is currently no vaccine to block the virus and no medicine to treat it. the c.d.c. is considering imposing new travel guidelines
this morning we are highlighting our new series spot-lighting local people and companies on the cutting edge of their fields. mike: first up new state-of-the-art technology that can help save lives in a mass shooting. mike: on the battlefield knowing where an enemy gunshot comes from saves lives and cuts through the fog of war. using special microphones, it was proven hundreds of times in iraq and afghanistan. chris connors: knowing that potentially we could save lives here in the u.s. as well as doing it overseas is something that's quite rewarding. mike: chris connors is c.e.o. of raleigh-based shooter detection systems. they took the technology they used in the battlefield and brought it in to the classroom. it was first installed in methuen school and went through two years of testing. now this technology is in a few dozen buildings across the country. connors: the gunshot detection sensor that we install in the schools are either in the ceiling or on the wall. mike: this is all they are. connors: this is exactly what it
very benign. can't notice it. in fact, when we walked in, i don't think anyone even saw it. mike: we had to ask where it connors: that's the intent of the design. mike: it uses both infrared and audio sensors. the company says it's 100% reliable with no false alarms. here's how it works. this is only a drill. a gun is fired. instantly the sensor identifies the location. that information is quickly sent displaying on a map of the building. it shows the exact location of the gun fire. dispatcher: second floor room 226. mike: simultaneously a warning is sent to all responding officers on their cell phones. police know what's going on inside cutting down on the confusion. they don't have to wait to enter a building. precious seconds that can save lives. chief joseph solomon: how long does it take you to hide and get on your phone and call 911. you're emotional. the dispatcher calms you down. you're three, four, five minutes into the call where instantaneously, like that, when the alert goes off, we know where it came from. mike: average cost to retrofit a school is about $25,000-30,000.
antoinette: you have to wonder how parents are reacting to having this in the school. mike: i was surprised at first as well. once parents learn about the detection system they want it in their schools of it's been installed in convention centers, courts, utility companies and soon it will be announced in a major sporting facility as well. antoinette: very interesting. we look forward to your next piece, mike. doug, back over to you. doug: top of the line bicycles made in mass. i found out what's so unique about the must-have bikes coming out of this watertown company. in the meantime, the city cam. it's still dark. is snow in the forecast?
mike: looks like we'll see light tomorrow it's really snow this is kind of a cold front coming through. it will trigger off a round of snow especially during the morning. watch out. there could be some slipper erodes out there. after that, the cold air settles in. it will be with us for a few days until we start to warm up a little bit toward the end of the week. maybe another chance of some snow next weekend. antoinette and doug. antoinette: mike, thank you. we are launching a new series "made in mass" that are building things here and sending them all over the world. doug: i went to a bike shop just
they're some of the most desired two-wheelers on the planet, and they're made in mass-- specifically watertown, mass. rob wandermark: we make more custom bikes than any other builder in the world. doug: seven cycles president and founder rob wandermark started this custom bike-building company 18 years ago in topsfield. over the last 17, the company has called this converted bra factory on walnut street home. rob: massachusetts is really where bike manufacturing started in the united states. doug: from pope manufacturing in the 1800's to columbia bikes after that, building these people-powered steeds really saw a resurgence in the 1970's. john lewis: this is the cathedral. this is where the magic happens. doug: john lewis heads up marketing for seven cycles. he showed us how this new generation is turning raw tubes of mostly titanium into a one-of-a-kind, high-end bicycle. starting with specifically measured plans, every cut, bend, file, weld, and painted structure is created for the new
ever the same. rob: the attention to detail achieved in several ways. rob: one of them is through experience. a lot of people back here, as i said before, have been building bikes their entire adult lives. doug: another example of the craftsmanship can be found in something as simple as a weld. rob: we're going for what they call the stack of dimes which is like a stack of dimes just pushed over. it takes years of practice to be able to produce that. doug: to date this local company with 35 employees has produced over 30,000 one-of-a-kind bikes. they want these locally built bikes to be owned in every one of the seven continents on "the globe". so goes the name seven cycles. right now, about 40-percent of the company's bike sales are overseas. one of the largest markets is south korea. custom bikes do come at a premium -- prices start at around 4,000 dollars. antoinette: they're all one of a kind.
they have city scapes over the tire wells. it's whatever you want. however you want it, they'll make it. antoinette: all right. doug: going to cost you but they'll make it. antoinette: on the way this morning, an uber driver beaten by a passenger is facing a lawsuit. assaulted him believes he deserves $5 million. and a significant start to a fund set up to help an injured hockey player. the contribution the bruins foundation and the td garden have made, antoinette: we want to go live outside to revere beach this morning. the waves coming up on shore. not a great day to get into the water though. you know what? we look forward to a pretty sunrise later on this morning. 5:57.