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going to happen in florida from matthew. all that coming up as the eyeopener continues. >> hurricane matthew expected to regain strength after plowing through the bahamas. there's a threat in store for the southern united states right now. >> a methuen high school student accused of taking part in a disturbing trend involving clowns. the prank getting police involved. >> maximum age for people -- a study saying there's a limit to how long on the eye for this thursday morning. >> you're watching wcvb boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5 eyeopener. >> hurricane matthew over the bahamas right now. it's headed for florida, georgia, the carolinas. more than two million people are under evacuation orders as the storm moves, increasing a little
i'm randy price. >> i'm emily riemer. mike is in for cindy. >> national hurricane center came up with an update about a minute ago. the winds were 115 miles per hour. they have moved to 125 miles per hour. still keeping it as a category three. moving to the northwest now at about 12 miles per hour as it moves through the bahamas. what are we looking at? we're looking at category three right now, but it looks like it's going to a category four before it approaches the coast. see what's shore line. so as we talk about late tonight, it is just brushing against the coast, continues that way through daytona beach. as we look towards jacksonville, we're talking about friday at 2:00 in the afternoon. so this is going to be just hugging right near the shore line. a movement one way or the other just a little bit will have a big determining factor as to what will happen. it will move to the carolina coast and loop around and fall
this morning, look at this, 35 degrees in bedford. 35 degrees in norwood. chilly temperatures this morning, especially if you're away from the shore line. as you look at the day, it looks like we've got plenty of sunshine. coming up, we'll detail more precisely what's going to be happening in florida. they have a lot of things going on there. we'll talk about the winds and waves. around here, a sea breeze keeping things cooler at the coast. how about the traffic? >> so far, not seeing problems. volume starting to build along the expressway by the gas tank northbound heading to the top of the screen. let's check out the rest of your ride. so far fairly quiet some construction wrapping up 93 south at the zakim bridge. road work along route 3 cleared. we have some by route 18. >> pike looks good.
>> hurricane matthew is hovering over the bahama islands, heavy rains have been drenching those islands. this morning it's on the move toward florida's coast. >> and that's as we get a closer look at the devastation left behind in haiti. the eye's erika tarantal here to continue our coverage. erika? >> right now, more than a million people are being told to get out of the path of matthew. florida's governor warning be ready for a direct hit. people are evacuating the barrier islands before the today, filling up on water, food, gas for the journey. our shaun chaiyabhat is in florida. he spoke with a few people before they hit the roads. >> how does it feel leaving your house? >> it's terrible. i kiss it good-bye and hope that it's here when i get back. >> nearly 100 shelters are set up across florida. but these people are prepping to ride out the storm. some are staying to help those who really can't leave. meantime, people in haiti trying
these images from from the "be like brit" foundation. you can see just how flooded the streets are. matthew tore across haiti's southwestern peninsula. at least 10 people were killed on that island nation. of course we'll keep an eye on the storm throughout the duration. you can get up-to-date information with our wcvb mobile app or on wcvb.com. >> the track of the storm making it a dangerous one for the florida coast specifically. >> absolutely. want to give you a timeline of what's winds are concerned. let's show you what's taking place. we've got that storm system spinning towards florida, now moving to the northwest at about 1 miles per hour. what will the winds be doing? at 8:00 tonight, we're starting to talk about the winds of about 58 miles an hour brushing against the coast. that will push its way inland. that will work its way along the coast. you see what i'm talking about. we're talking about a big
along the coast. these are the winds we're looking at tomorrow night at 5:00, still pounding the coast with near-hurricane strength. inland, more of a tropical storm force wind. you'll see what the storm is doing to the wind gusts. 60 and 70-mile-per-hour winds. gusty stuff we're talking about. guest: five minutes after 5:00. a high school student will face a judge today as a fallout from scares involving clowns appears the eyeopener's antoinette antonio is in methuen this morning with the moves that landed that teenager in big trouble. >> and, randy, that teenager worry a clown mask to school. he said it was just a prank. you know, police are saying that this isn't just a creepy trend. it's really causing alarm all over the country. >> it's all anyone has been talking about in high school and in elementary -- not the elementary school. the middle school.
that freshman at methuen high school was charged with disrupting school assembly. the weapon turned out to be a cell phone. clown threats have gone viral in dedham, rehoboth, norwood, and north andover. police say, though it may seem harmless, they need to take each case seriously. >> you only have to be wrong once and we can't afford to be wrong once. >> police warn tat threat continues, someone may get hurt in a panic. the bottom line, they say, they are not taking any chances. we're live in methuen morning. antoinette antonio, wcvb newscenter 5. >> antoinette, thank you. we're getting new information right now about the man killed while riding his bike in cambridge. police say that 60-year-old dr. bernard lavins died when his bike collided with a truck on massachusetts avenue in porter square. he and his wife were residents
they were talking about safety. they say the city is not doing enough to protect riders there. >> protected bike lanes are the gold standard for what makes for safe cycling. this is an unprotected intersection. everybody knew that it was a problem. political inaction is proving fatal. >> driver of the truck did stay at the scene and is cooperating with police. no charges have been filed. >> commitment 2016. today donald trump will head back to move that may be practice for sunday's town hall debate with hillary clinton. clinton and trump are focused on how their running mates fared a t their -- at their showdown. >> i'd argue that mike had the single most decisive victory in the history of vice presidential debates. >> when your own running mate won't defend the top of the ticket, i think that tells you everything you need to know.
any events today, but daughter chelsea, bernie sanders, and tim kaine will all be on the trail for her. and i am headed to st. louis this weekend for sunday's second presidential debate. you can watch it here on wcvb at 9:00 p.m. and i'll have reports on newscenter 5 at 11:00 and monday morning right here on the eyeopener. former governor bill weld will headline a rally tonight in worcester. weld is running for vice president on the libertarian ticket. but he's caused a political stir, saying his actually defeating donald trump. weld says he still supports the man at the top of his ticket despite gaffes by gary johnson on foreign policy. >> we have an update as the former patriots star aaron hernandez is getting ready to face a second murder trial now. in court yesterday, his lawyer fought to keep some witness testimony out of the trial. that's testimony from two people inside the car the night hernandez is accused of shooting
the ex-player's lawyer claims that the descriptions are unreliable. right now two men accused of getting into a shootout with police in boston are held on bail. we're getting new details on this case. prosecutors say that luis colon jumped into the undercover state trooper's car held a gun to his head. police say that luis colon and eric rosado-gonzalez got into a shootout with officers roslindale in boston on tuesday after a week long sting operation involving drugs and guns. >> police searching for a robber after another c.v.s. theft in worcester for the third time in over a month. police say a c.v.s. pharmacy was robbed of percocet pills. the most recent incident happened yesterday. police say a man handed a clerk a note saying he had a weapon
a player's tweet. a fight to the finish for a wild card playoff spot. the big play that undid some solid pitching. humans, we can't live forever, but how long can we live? the math according to scientists. >> tracking hurricane matthew. potential impact on the southern u.s. and how the day is shaping up here ahead of that storm. here's what to expected when you head out the door. beautiful clear skies,
friends north shore music theater. >> "spamalot" runs through october 9. so check it out. you could sing, dance, even just yell your wake-up call for us. we love to see it. record it on your phone. upload it to ulocal wcvb app. >> you've busted a move before. >> yeah. >> i like to sing. >> that's it. >> scaring viewers >> i tried. >> i've been watching matthew really since last week. it shows interesting features. it was down to about 115-mile-per-hour maximum sustained winds. now up to 125. may become a category four as we talk about the next 24 hours before it moves into the coast of florida. this is one thing to keep in mind. hurricane force winds extend about 45 miles from the eye. those are winds over 74 miles per hour. why is that so important? because this is the area that
tonight at about 11:00, palm beach may have some powerful winds. this will work its way upward as you head towards daytona beach. if movement one way or the other, by 20 or 30 miles, is going to have a big impact. it would keep the hurricane force winds offshore or push them into orlando. this will work its way along the coast, eventually diminishing somewhat in intensity. the whole thing will loop its talk about through the afternoon and into the evening. this is overnight tonight, 2:00 a.m. in the morning, category four storm right along the coast. obviously there are hurricane warnings up and down the coast all the way through. by 2:00 on friday, still maximum sustained winds of 130 miles per hour. then it does this loop. it heads into the ocean. out there it doesn't gain strength. in fact, it loses strength, becomes a tropical storm. we're talking about a storm that is really powerful right now and over the course of several days
really has very little impact on our weather. all of our computer models indicate the swirl is going to take place, very few allowing it to come to the north. none of them getting even close to new england. so today you're stepping outside, you've got lots of sunshine around here. clear skies and cool temperatures. it's 50 degrees right now in boston, basically a calm wind and relatively moist atmosphere. temperatures right now into the upper 30s, 40s. yes, about the only place that is warm. it's a chilly start for your thursday. as far as today is concerned, sunny. tonight, 44 to 50. we get a chance of rain on saturday, not directly influenced by matthew. however, if matthew can throw moisture at us, tropical moisture, we might get more rain
saturday afternoon through evening event. we could use more rain than that. this morning you may have solar glare. >> so far the roads are quiet. there's the zakim bridge and lever connector. not seeing too many delays. we are watching one crash this morning. this accident over on 495 by route 3. give yourself extra minutes. all the construction is gone. heading into town you're in good shape. south no problems construction is wrapped up on route 3 by route 18. 24 looking good from brockton. traveling the pike, 15 minutes 495 to 128. you're looking good along 93 south out of methuen. to far in problems with the trains and buses. >> you asked olessa. frank wanted to know if massdot has thought of renting out the boards along the highways.
he wondered if the funds can go toward maintaining the roads. massdot says the boards are used for safety, travel information and advisories. keep the questions coming. if there's something about your commute that's a mystery, ask olessa. you can find me at twitter, facebook or email@example.com. >> good to know. the red sox begin their playoff push tonight. they are in cleveland to take on the indians. and former manager terry one. and game time is 8:00 p.m. the san francisco giants are going to the playoffs. mostly a pitcher's duel until the ninth inning when conor gillespie hits a homer and it is game over. san francisco now heads to chicago to face the long-suffering cubs on friday night. a houston minor leaguer is under
broadcaster. screen grabs of brooks marlow' tweet showed he wrote, no lady needs to be on espn talking baseball game, especially mendoza. that tweet has been deleted. the astros issued a statement saying they do not condone the behavior and they spoke with mar low and he apologized. jessica mendoza is a former professional softball player and part of the espn's sunday night team. >> right now stock futures are higher. the monthly chain store sales report due out today. federal government says the maker of epipen overcharged the medicaid program. that is u.s. taxpayers -- by millions and millions of dollars. regulators say mylan wrongly
pay a smaller rebate. the state treasurer wants to make lottery tickets available online and on your smartphone to create more revenue for local aid to cities in town. lottery sales have been sluggish this year. goldberg plans to file online lottery legislation when lawmakers reconvene this fall. 115 years old, scientists say you can forget about that. they say we have now reaching the upper limit of how long a human can survive. researchers studied longevity around the globe. they say all results pointed to the same conclusion -- 115. that's the end of it. aging damages too much dna for the body to recover, regardless of lifestyle. this study has been met with plenty of criticism.
there was a limit to life span. >> i'm ok with not making 115. [laughter] >> if you get there, enough. >> yeah. >> move on to something else. a catch that very nearly did not happen. >> one very lucky touchdown. that is ahead in eye poppers this morning. erika? >> new at 5:30, competing for a job and winning. managers reveal how they really pick a candidate. keeping data on drivers. the information the state wants and why privacy not happy. also a health update on our own bob halloran. his recovery from a brain aneurysm and the side effects that sent him back to the hospital. and we continue tracking hurricane matthew. nearly two million people in the southeastern u.s. being told to
>> good morning to everyone at bridgewell. >> good morning. the nonprofit organization provides services to people with disabilities in communities. keep up the good work. mike keeping a look at our forecast. not a bad day. >> it looks really beautiful around here. we're keeping an eye on the tropics with hurricane matthew there. around here, we've got a little bit of patchy fog this go to sunshine today. oh, october, 72 degrees, sunshine. looks beautiful. tomorrow warmer, 76. it will be a little bit warmer. saturday, some much-needed rain looks like during the afternoon. but your sunday looking like back to sunshine and temperatures a little bit on the cooler side, breezy as well on sunday. we'll talk about matthew throughout the next half-hour.
>> stunning video. a volcano eruption in hawaii. the video was released by the u.s. geological survey. it is called the lava lake, flows over a mile to the ocean. >> this catch here almost getting away from one youth football player in florida. that quarterback throws it after, after a few nail-biting bobbles. receiver gets his hands on it, makes the onto it. everybody is happy. >> like a dance. >> up, up, up -- there we >> touchdown. >> well done. thank you. potential for some major problems with water service in eastern massachusetts. the issue that could need a billion dollar fix. people in florida are stocking up on plywood, batteries as hurricane matthew gets closer to
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charges. >> new questions this morning about open-tolling. the information the state wants to keep. >> and an update we are thrilled to share. the operation that changed bob halloran's life and his advice for everyone. on the eye. >> good thursday morning. 5:30. we'r imagery of hurricane matthew. the storm expected to gain strength as it moves out of the caribbean and toward the southern united states. live at this moment, the bahamas, the capital city, checking out the skyline, the trees waving in the wind, although not quite -- could be between the band. >> right. actually, the eye is just south
it's about 45 miles away. it's really that 45-mile-per-hour window that we're talking about. a tight little eye. once that eye moves, you see the wind. >> florida bracing for this. >> absolutely. >> very busy for you. >> you're >> one person is. [laughter] >> right now, category three storm with winds of 125 miles per hour. it looks like it may become a category four before it makes it to the florida coast. this is a time. morning, you've got a category four storm which is going to travel right along the coast. and a jog one way or the other is going to be a big determining factor of the forecast. right now daytona beach, through jacksonville, moves offshore. we're still talking about maximum sustained winds of 110 miles per hour. it kind of loops around and heads into the ocean and will not get anywhere near us.
about 60 miles an hour offshore. tropical storm force winds moving into florida this afternoon at around 3:00. hurricane force winds in the red should move their way onshore later tonight and this line will work its way up along the shore line. that's where we'll see the strongest winds, eventually diminishing through that area. around here, it's a chilly start to your day. things are not going to be warming up too much. look at pockets already close to the freezing mark. cooler near the shore line because of a sea breezy. we'll talk about the forecast coming up. let's check on the roadways. good morning, olessa. >> problem spots. zakim bridge, the lever connector, southbound traffic fairly light. north of town, we've got a crash on 495 north by 110. the left lane is closed. south of there you're in pretty
93 looks good out of methuen to the lever connector. no problems on the pike. construction wrapped up on 128 by highland avenue. an accident in brockton. northbound, start to expect the delays to build towards 128. >> olessa, thank you. we are tracking overnight developments right now as hurricane matthew moves towards florida. >> erika is tracking that new information as it comes in this morning. >> first in the bahamas where the hurricane is hour. the island being battered by the category storm. coastal areas were evacuated ahead of matthew. matthew expected to strengthen before it approaches the florida coast. highways were just jammed as nearly two million people try to move inland ahead of the storm at urging of officials there. we're getting details about the destruction left behind in haiti. at least 10 people are confirmed dead on the island. aid workers are still trying to
you can track matthew on our wcvb mobile app. >> thank you. this morning we're learning new details about a controversial open-tolling proposal for the commonwealth. it has to do with your information. >> the eye's sera congi is in newton with those concerns. >> the controversy is centered around storing of information gathered by new tolling gantries across the pike. these gantries will soon be replacing the department of transportation wants to keep driver's speed data for 30 days. also, the board recommends keeping video for six months and license plates without ez pass stored for seven years. privacy advocates say there's no need to store information that long for the purpose of billing. open-tollings are in place along the tobin bridge and will take
massdot is holding a meet this month for the public to lay out the plan and to get feedback. massdot is expected to figure out how much those tolls are going to be. live in newton, sera congi, wcvb newscenter 5. >> a police chase ends with a wreck and a tense confrontation. >> get on the ground right now! on the ground! on the ground! >> this happened in new hampshiraf intersections in pelham. speeds reaching more than 80 miles per hour yesterday. the driver, justin soeum of hudson, crawled out of the car dazed but not seriously hurt. he's facing charges, including drunk driving. >> a new report about the system that provides 60% of the water to eastern massachusetts. the mwra says the cast-iron pipes and valves many the tunnel system are in such poor condition, they have avoided
catastrophic failure. authority officials say they have known about the problem for years. they say a $1.5 billion tunnel fix is needed, something that should be under way by early next year. a familiar sight back to government center today. repairs are finished on that massive copper teapot that hangs on court street above starbucks. the globe reports the kettle, dating back to 1873, will be hoistent should send out again by the end of the week. >> good to see it back. new this morning, getting an edge over the competition. >> the factors that count when you're competing for a promotion. a device causing new problems for samsung. >> tracking hurricane matthew this morning. new england still out of the storm's path, but it is packing a punch as it nears florida and a punch as it nears florida and the carolinas with
>> welcome back to the eyeopener. live look at the zakim bridge, the lever connector southbound to the bottom of the screen. some delays are starting to build as you make your way into boston. we're watching one crash 495 this morning. also a crash on 24 in brockton. i'll have details coming up. mike, busy morning for you. >> very busy. keeping an eye on what's going on in the tropics as well as our weather. our weather very quiet today. got this morning. it will diminish rapidly. we'll get sunshine back in here. plenty of sunshine with a chance of showers on saturday. it may have a little bit of an impact from matthew. we'll talk about that coming up in a moment. >> new this morning, when it comes to landing a new job or big promotion, experts say if there's a checklist.
long. appearances do matter. if it comes down to you and another qualified candidate who dresses more professionally, you may lose out. and finally, communication skills. you may have checked all the boxes, but if you stumble too much on your answers or don't pay attention to your body language, the other candidate might win out. >> update to hurricane matthew. tom brady hits the practice field, the first time s suspension. how he's looking ahead of sunday's game. a boy describing a harrowing moment for him. what he remembers about the
>> good morning. thursday morning. the eyeopener team ready with your "news to go" in methuen, newton, erika is tracking the developments on hurricane matthew. >> the sandbagging is furiously under way in florida. nearly twoil been told to evacuate ahead of this powerful storm. federal emergency workers are deployed to operation centers in that state along with georgia, south and north carolina. mike is tracking the storm closely. it's really slamming the bahamas right now. >> the interesting thing, when we talk about hurricanes in florida, sometimes they go straight to the coast. this one is going to parallel the whole coast. we're talking about a really large area of devastation.
visited it. we're keeping a close eye on florida. right now winds 125 miles per hour. it is a category three storm. our computer models, it looks like a plate of spaghetti -- the general trend, even the models that had it this direction are keeping it way offshore. later tonight, category four storm, maximum sustained w coast. tomorrow at 2:00 in the afternoon, 130 miles an hour. about where it's at right now. it will continue to weaken a little bit. category two as we talk about late tomorrow night, early saturday morning. but still maximum sustained winds of 110 miles per hour. brushes the carolina coast and sweeps around. still on tuesday it is to the south. we'll continue to monitor it. today, sunshine around here. look at the satellite picture.
degrees. away from the city, a lot of temperatures dropped into the 30s. it's a chilly start. you need the jacket this morning as we've got the cool temperatures in play. how does it look over the next couple of days? well, today it's 72 degrees. cooler at the coast. temperatures in the 60s. you can't ask for much more. sunshine, 76 degrees, pleasant weather. now, saturday we have showers in the forecast. we're kind of hoping that some of the moisture from matthew works its way along the coast and will enhance the it's not looking like much rain, maybe a quarter to a half-inch, but not towards saturday afternoon. we'll talk about the sunday forecast coming up. now time to check on the traffic. >> good morning, everyone. live look at the zakim bridge and lever connector. the southbound side starting to pick up volume into boston. let's check out a few crashes this morning. an accident on 495 has the left lane closed. it's northbound by 110.
and a little slow on route 3 south of 495. delay out of methuen. the pike looks good. 128 as well. delays on 124. into brockton, there's a southbound crash by route 27. of course northbound everyone is stopping to see what's going on, so it's going to add to the delay. >> right now nearly two million people along the southeast coast of this country are evacuating as hurricane mat c >> the eye's erika tarantal is here with the preparations under way. >> florida's governor stressing the severity of hurricane matthew. it is poised to make a direct hit to florida. the hurricane is now a category three. it's expected to strengthen to a category four hurricane by the time it roars onto florida's east coast. nearly two million are under evacuation orders in florida, georgia, and south carolina where there are states of emergency.
boarding up and filling up, warned not to try to ride out the storm. the destruction in haiti still being assessed right now. at least 10 people were killed. the number could rise. for the latest, download our mobile app or check wcvb.com. antoinette antonio, out to you. a methuen high school freshman will face a judge after wearing a clown mask to school and causing a scare. th trend of clown pranks. someone called police thinking the teen had a weapon. it turned out to be his cell phone. this week alone, clown threats have gone viral in dedham, rehoboth, norwood, and north andover. police say, though it may seem harmless, someone may get hurt in a panic. they warn the clown pranks need to stop.
newscenter 5. >> information about drivers going underneath the gantries could be stored. records say the state should keep data for 30 days. video for six months. license plate numbers for those without ez pass saved for seven years. privacy advocates say that is too long for the massdot plans to hold meeting. they go into effect on october 28. >> today donald trump heads back to new hampshire. he will host a town hall, a move they be practice for sunday's town hall debate with hillary clinton. clinton does not have any events today. daughter chelsea, bernie sanders, and tim kaine will be on the trail for her. and i am heading to st. louis this weekend for sunday's second presidential debate.
9:00 p.m. i'll have reports on newscenter 5 at 11:00. monday morning on the eyeopener. >> the walls were broken, everything was -- >> close call for that 10-year-old boy in revere. a car barrelled into his bedroom in t . amine mezghab felt the shake and he escaped with a few scratches. the driver said he fell asleep at the wheel. we have not been told of any charges in this case. federal judge tosses charges against two pharmacists who worked at the pharmacy at the center of a deadly meningitis outbreak. a judge ruled that kathy chin and michelle thomas could not be charged for the outbreak stemming from the new england compounding center. they worked at the facility, the
the judge says they may have broken some laws, but not the one that they are charged for, illegally filing and dispensing drugs without valid prescription. >> marion by the first in the nation to face a lawsuit over the proposed ban on the sale of menthol cigarettes. this proposal calls for a ban on all flavored tobacco. that includes menthol. the state says it will help with the legal fight. town leaders still have to vote on that proposal. >> more trouble for the note 7. a southwest airlines flight was delayed after a fire on board involving that phone, which the owner says was the replacement version. nobody was hurt. samsung re-called a million note 7s after over two dozen people were burned when their phones caught fire.
there was a pitching duel until conor gillespie hit the homer. san francisco heads to chicago to face the long-suffering cubs on friday night. >> red sox beginning the playoffs tonight. the push against an old ally. they are in cleveland taking on the indians and former manager terry francona. rick porcello pitches in game one of the alds. game time 8:00 p.m. >> tom brady returns to the field. the team since his deflategate suspension took effect. the patriots gearing up for the game this sunday against the browns, brady's first game this season. kickoff is 1:00. >> many of you have been asking about our bob halloran, how he's doing, telling us how much you miss him. >> this morning he is sharing a remarkable portion of his recovery. bob suffered a brain aneurysm this summer and initially surgery saved his life. in recovery he started to
with short-term memory, and we were able to be in the operating room as doctors went to work repairing fluid build-up. the results were immediate and amazing. so many times that i had conversations and would tell conversations. today, i remembered all those conversations and all those places and all those people, many of them they just started -- like a door started opening, lights were coming on. that was a good sound byte. i got hit by the aneurysm bust. it almost got me. live to be 93. you guys are stuck with me for a really long time. >> we're ok with that. bob keeping his trademark sense of humor. it is important to mention, some of the symptoms of an aneurysm can include a headache concentrated in one area, sudden and severe head pain, maybe pain
if you're concerned at all about any of those things, please, please call your doctor. we're so excited to have bob back as soon as he is ready and able. >> he's looking great. >> he does look great. clearly sense of humor suffered. [laughter] >> all eyes are on the tropics right now. especially the coast of florida. the track is going to loop it along off the coast of florida ev late tonight, tomorrow afternoon and then saturday morning early, a category four to a category three storm right at the shore line. around here this morning, look how cool it is. boston has held onto the 50-degree reading. but beverly is down to 37. bedford 35. norwood 36. taunton 36. unless you're in the city or on the shore line, it is pretty
so the weather is really quiet today, tomorrow. our next weather event comes in towards the weekend. saturday, 8:00, we've got a cold front that may trigger showers. matthew is staying to the south. but i may bring tropical moisture and enhance the rain, enough where we can get decent rain. right now it's not looking like much. maybe we can half inch. over the next several day, sunshine. the weekend, a little bit of rain shower activity saturday afternoon through the evening. by sunday, we're back to sunshine. next week, chilly sunshine with plenty of temperatures into the upper 60s, warming nicely as we head to the mid 70s on wednesday. you've been very busy, olessa. >> i'm trying to keep up with you, mike. volume this morning and accidents. this is eastbound heading to the
brighton, this looks ok. 495, an accident by route 110. route 3 busy as you travel towards 128. 93 slow out of methuen and once again approaching -- it's about 15 minutes on the pond. a southbound crash by route 27 in brockton. northbound, everyone is stopping to see what's going on >> aaron hernandez's lawyers wants to block information. >> the testimony they do not want jurors to hear. and we are tracking hurricane matthew all morning on the eye. some people are opting to stay in florida as the storm approaches, despite evacuation orders. the state's governor is asking the people to reconsider. a live look at the bahamas as
randy: hurricane matthew, gaining strength as it moves through the bahamas at this hour. the threat in store for the southern united states right now. emily: a high school student accused of taking part in a trend involving clowns. the prank getting police involved. randy: a maximum age for people. we'll have the new study long humans can live, and we have that on the eye for this thursday morning. hurricane matthew over the bahamas right now, and headed for florida, georgia, the