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emily: breaking, severe storms and a tornado warning. randy: that morning and the just 30 minutes ago. take a look at the writer, you can see the ball of those storms have moved out of middlesex county. >> what an exciting morning we had going on. any tornado warning issued, but to middlesex county. we are getting reports of some damage around the marble every a. he will keep you posted on that. here's is what that warm area was. we had that change to a severe thunderstorm warning for parts of essex county. that has been allowed to expire.
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tracking almost ready to move out of the box. as for as the city is concerned, heaviest downpours have just moved offshore. there is the warning they're talking about. as you look to the north shore, and a lot of this is winding down. we're still seeing some downpours. headed out towards -- this is la as you look to the west there isn't much going on. we wrapped up the storm and it is slowing down to just some light rain. this is the line there watching right now as it moves its way through boston and extend all the way down here towards budget debate. be advised, when this comes through which can expect is torrential downpours, some strong wind that is the reason that warning has been issued.
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of the ponding on the road was posted we will continue to monitor the situation. randy: thank you. the stormy weather is moving to this morning. we looking at some of the damage that has been done. emily: now, on the phone, can you describe what you are seeing? >> there down here on walker street, there is just to locationei that were knocked down to the upper branches. it is dark in this neighborhood. main street tomball bro is in pretty good shape. if you have travel plans through there, as you make our way from the station it is a lot of debris that was out there. there are really only two
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that damage is limited to trees, and branches that have been downed. given the severity of what one witness described to me as the typical freight train, the sound has been rolling through town. otherwise, we in pretty good shape out here. randy: checking, we could see more the damage. olessa has the latest. olessa: the same situation in concord this morning with some downed trees and power lines. expect some debris on the road. as far as the majors go, we're in pretty good shape. let's get to the map. the rest of the ride is pretty much the same for you. you're in good shape right now heading into boston. so far, no complaints along the pike or route nine. there is some ponding, looking
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the minor roadways check out and get any storm damage or power lines. so far, trains and buses start the morning on schedule. emily: thank you. other stories right now, police are investigating the death of a woman in winchester. they were called that home. it is unclear at this point if that death is suspicious. randy: police are trying to figure how to women ended up in the middle of the road in mcclellan highway. one was killed another was hurt and an accident involving a party bus. the company operating the buses cooperating with police. the second victim is expected to recover. emily: victims of a deadly meningitis outbreak will not be able to speak at a sentencing hearing in november.
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taking thousands of dollars after the declared bankruptcy following that outbreak. five investigates the first reports that the rich the settlement with the owners. now, i federal judges denying them saying that they did not have a direct hand in compounding tainted steroid injections. randy: new details of a controversial open tolling policy. they will hold a briefing tod where they are expected to introduce a so-called hotlist feature. we are told tolling is already in place on the tobin bridge. the technology sends an instant alert to law enforcement leaders . this could be used in public emergencies such as an amber alert. there are concerns about privacy. they hope to have open tolling in place in october with that
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like -- emily: police in natick are searching for vandals. they saw their home egged and their gay pride flag thrown to the ground. they have lived in the neighborhood for years. after a mass shooting in a lando to put up a gay pride flag. suspect might return, and one by one neighbors put up their own flags, a simple gesture going a long way. >> it is overwhelming. it is overwhelming, the support. emily: neighbor city flags are a symbol to show the vandals they're not welcome. randy: president obama is back in the white house after his vacation on martha's vineyard.
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erika is tracking development. erika: tomorrow, president obama heads to that rouge. more than 3000 people are still in shelters there. housing assistance is already been given to louisiana. many residents are starting to return to see what is left of their homes. >> happened fast. it is sad. you do what you have to do. we saved a lot. they took everything as high as they could. >> the wildfire that destroyed 200 homes in northern california
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evacuation orders are now being lifted. emily: changes at boston schools. randy: the new proposal could make the day longer. a civil war soldier back in his rightful place. the ceremony in new england for the forgotten hero after a long track home. emily: the closing ceremony involving some of our favorite athletes. randy: a tornado warning earlier.
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civil war veteran. now he is finally back home. he served with the 20th maine volunteer inventory -- infantry. he finished escorting his remained a motorcycle across 19 states, dozens gathered for a ceremony to honor his life. >> as a fellow veteran, i believe present, or future. emily: private williams was 78 when he died. he will be buried at a veterans cemetery in maine next month. randy: historic site in boston, a 40 year milestone. wondering one communities and a
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emily: this live look from all, serving some damage this morning. you can see a tree on those electric lines pulling them down just a little bit. similar scenes across massachusetts this morning is read a tornado warning. that expired at about 4:00 a.m. but a pretty intense few hours.
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issued at 3:00, by 4:00 it was done. there was some rotation going on and they said to issue a warning system was happening. mike: let me show you what is going on right now. this line is marching on. the tornado warning has started to clear away. they're just looking at a few light showers. as you look right along the shoreline, is a little bit heavier activity. this is the back edge of it. hereby the station, the rain is pretty much stopped. most of the activity is down to the south shore. we had a severe thunderstorm warning in effect. right now, traveling along the marshfield area there are some downpours in hanover. this will continue to march its way up short.
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a pretty good downpour taking place. also over the cape you are starting to finally see some isolated downpours taking place as well. if not gotten and reports of much lightning or thunder. and concord, we had trees down. mark buehrle, -- marlborough, want to -- multiple reports happening. this came through very quickly. by the time you get to six a down. we have just the showers along the coast. this is clearing skies out of the west. by 8:00, he was looking at some sunshine. you'll probably didn't even know the some assurance happen if you want a woken by them. defendant can with these downpours happened, you had a lot or little rain. the city of boston picked up a
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do have some rain that has fallen in that direction. today will shape up to be a decent day across the area. there is some light rain, 69 degrees with the wind out of the west and northwest. the dew point which measures how much moisture is in the air is very high. it was sky high last night. it will drop into the pleasant zone and by tomorrow morning where talking about refreshingly cool mornings. over the next several days, we will show you what is going to ha. upper 40's. and we had four wednesday, a lot of it warmer. again, very dry conditions. the next chance for rain doesn't show up until we get to friday. we keep an eye on the risk for you, this morning it was a pretty exciting morning we have going on.
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because as of that. emily: absolutely. especially the smaller roadways. olessa: major wood was looking ok right now but you want to watch out for some of that water splashing up from underneath the tires. this is a check on eastbound. the rest of your ride is not too bad. we are watching some falling trees over on lexington road in concord. we havme pretty decent shape out of methuen all the way down to the lubbock connector. 128 looks good and out of boston no major issues on the expressway this morning. so for trains and buses start the morning on schedule. emily: today, donald trump is heading for another battleground state. he will hold a rally in ohio.
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>> you're living in poverty, your schools are no good, you have no jobs. >> many said that the don't live in poverty, and mr. trump is making these comments in communities that are more than 90% white. >> those comments are for all americans. i was removed by his comments. he is trying to tell americans that we can do better. emily: most polls now show trump trailing hillary clinton by five percentage points nationally. clinton had no public events today coming off of a fundraiser. it features singer and actor cher. they say her campaign is halfway to its goal the raising a billion dollars for the 2016 race. randy: a watchdog group says the city needs to do several things
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evaluations and moved to merit taste pay increases in order to compete with the growing number of charter schools. a report today comes just as the teachers union prepares to resume contract talks. emily: asian shares were mixed overnight, as investors look for clues ahead of a key u.s. federal reserve meeting this week. right now, stock futures here are higher. investors eyeing a new home sales report due out tomorrow. the average co that's still 54 cents lower than one year ago. industry analysts say the higher crude prices are creating the shift. randy: to the olympics this morning, the torch has been passed. athletes are heading home from an exhilarating and at times tumultuous summer olympics in brazil. olympic gold medalist simone biles carried the american flag high for team usa during last night's closing ceremonies in rio. the olympic stadium aglow in
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then the flame was extinguished . and the olympic flag handed over to tokyo's governor the site of the next summer games in 2020. and here's the final medal count -- 121 medals for team usa including 46 gold for american athletes who just dominated these games. china and great britain complete the top three. emily: you're trending stories now, there is a warning in new england for someone snake skin. it was found along the presumptive got river just outside of portland. police say there will be tests to find out what kind of snake it is. they're born people to be in the look at after they saw a large snake eat a beaver. randy: the marketplace is heading back to the 70's. located right on the historic meeting hall will celebrate the
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in 1976. this weekend, acrobats and of the performers will take part in the celebration. merchants will be than rollback prices to what they were 40 years ago. emily: the pokemon craze is catching on in australia. check out these burgers featuring popular pokemon characters. down n out restaurant is making them for a limited time. the bulbasour burger is grassy and clean. and the charmander one as you can imagine is spicy. i guess? but you can't order the one you want. they come to guests randomly. they are cute. i don't get it. in the category of things i don't get. the boston red sox get rattled on the road. randy: the key that there with them early in the game.
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randy: we're following breaking news. emily: pride after a tornado warning in massachusetts. strong wind and heavy rain put down trees it costs -- across parts of middlesex county. this is on walker street. we have live crews on the scene here and in concord. randy: a deadly crash is under investigation on my 495. a car smashed into the rock wall
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was a 96-year-old man and was pronounced dead at scene. her two children are critical condition after they were pulled from a pool. neighbors in the family was having a birthday party saturday night. one child was unresponsive when pulled from the water. emily: a saugus man is due in court accused of a violent attack. he is murder and a stabbing saturday night on broadway. the victim, who police have not identified, was taken to a hospital. randy: pills taken from prince's estate contently powerful drug fentanyl. autopsy results show prince died of a fentanyl overdose. authorities are still investigating how he obtained the drugs.
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a deadly suicide bombing during a wedding in turkey. investigators say it was a child who intentionally debt needed the bomb. at least 51 people were killed and 70 others hurt in this attack on the border with syria. isis has claimed responsibility. randy: a paraglider is dead. police say this happened just after 9:00 yesterday morning just before mass began. a middle-aged man was ora control. the church was evacuated and the service was canceled. this week, governor baker help celebrate the new laws meant to protect. ceremony will be held at the statehouse on wednesday. the law allows first responders to break a window to an extreme temperatures to rescue an animal. they can make reasonable efforts
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911. emily: henry owens makes it through his innings unscathed but gives up a couple of key hits in the third. two innings later, the same batter, 21 basically gets up another 31 home run. the red sox go on to lose 10-5, they had to tampa bay to take on the rays tonight. randy: crazy weather in some areas. mike: that is what we know a lot of the whole thing. we will be continuing to monitor those damage reports. if you have some in happening in our neighborhood, let us now. here is the line. there is nothing going on behind it. what rain you have right now is going to be ending. speaking of just offshore we're getting some downpours here around the gloucester area. this is moving off at about 30 miles per hour. within the city, the rain is pretty much over.
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marshfield a downpour there. almost a plymouth is where this is going. heading down towards the cape we haven't seen much so far. this area cutting its way just north of the canal. what is interesting, i'm not seeing lightning or thunder. we have those gusty wind that was out there. you cannot see any lightning that is in thunder out there. here is what will happen this morning, that line will push its way offshore. it is in the extreme south shore hospital to look at this, the skies are starting to clear. for the next several days you will look at much calmer conditions. the sunshine will be coming out in with it lower humidity. sunshine, lower humidity.
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continues on this monday morning. >> now, a newscenter 5 eyeopener. randy: severe weather leaving damage behind. the aftermath of tornado warnings. emily: a woman's death under investigation in winchester. the circumstances raising questions this morning. randy: new development in singer prince's death as pills are found in his estate. wcvb, boston's new leader. mrs. newscenter 5 eyeopener. emily: take a live look here in marlborough at the damage left behind by overnight storms. you can see those trees pushing power down. tornado warnings have been issued overnight and have since been downgraded. the credit serious storms has passed at this point.


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