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matthew. i'll have all the details of what's going on in florida and what they can expect through the day today. that's as the eyeopener continues this morning. announcer: now on newscenter 5 eyeopener -- randy: hurricane matthew pounding florida. emily: a violent crime in orange leaves a man dead and his wife injured. a search for a killer in this home invasion. randy: donald trump visiting new hampshire ahead debate. what granite staters want to know. on the eye for this friday morning. announcer: you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. emily: we are following breaking news on the eye. hurricane matthew hitting the east coast of florida right now. this storm has weakened a bit to a category three, but it is still packing punishing 120-mile-per-hour winds, and
businesses in florida are without power. good morning. i'm emily riemer. randy: i'm randy price. we'll get to mike wankum with the storm's track at this hour. mike? mike: it looks like the storm has weakened a little bit. anything category three and above is considered a major hurricane. look at that eye. it is just offshore. the strongest winds are these bands you see right here. those are 10 to 12 miles offshore. let's check out the winds that are happening at this moment. the we had wind gusts over 70 miles an hour. now the melbourne area, 64-mile-an-hour winds. no reports from cocoa beach right now. as you travel up the coast, less wind gusts, but those will be picking up. i think this is aiming more toward daytona beach as we head to the afternoon. we see those category three winds continuing through the day today. its position at 2:00 in the afternoon. it continues to work its way along the carolina coast, pushing offshore.
in boston, warming to the upper 60's. some areas away from the coast will be in the 70's today. looking like beautiful weather we have to deal with. early on a friday morning, i hope things are going well, olessa. olessa: not seeing any problems along the expressway. this is a check by the gas tank northbound heading to the top of the screen. a disabled car ahead. let's check the rest of your ride. all the construction just about watching. 93 south at the zakim picking up. no problems hea pike looks good this morning. if you're heading south -- north, rather, no problems there. 93 in good shape out of methuen to the leverett connector. trains and buses starting the morning on schedule. randy: breaking news we're following. we are getting new and rather dramatic video in overnight as hurricane matthew roars up the florida east coast. emily: this is video from stuart, florida, just south of port st. lucie. you can see power lines exploding there.
palm beach county and 20% of brevard county is in the dark. randy: to atlanta, georgia, where a state of emergency is in effect. traffic jammed the highways there last night. more than 500,000 people have been told to evacuate coastal georgia where they're expecting some of the most rain. matthew should be off that state by sunday morning. emily: there is new and grim news out of haiti this morning where crews are still assessing matthew's wrath. the death toll on the island expected to go higher. you can see the devastation in this video. authorities just now reaching some of the more remote areas as floodwaters recede. air travel hit hard by this storm. all flights are canceled this morning in fort lauderdale, orlando and palm beach. orlando stopped operations at 8:00 last night. the storm now impacting more than 4,800 flights nationwide.
she's going to have a live update in our next half hour. randy: at this hour, we are taking a look at port canaveral florida. the conditions there have been tough. three cruiselines have canceled plans to cruise out of this area. this is a big travel destination for a lot of people. emily: one of the biggest port cities. we heard nearby kennedy space station, no damage in that like in palm beach gardens earlier this morning. you can see the strong winds and the trees blowing in the wind. the storm has stayed about 100 miles or more off of south florida at some points, moving in, but it spared miami and fort lauderdale areas of the worst. emily: conditions in florida, they are just getting worse really by the hour. randy: we want to get a check on exactly what things look like on the coast. the eyeopener's shaun chaiyabhat
beach. he has been there all night. shaun, can you tell us about the conditions there right now? reporter: right now we are experiencing high winds. in fact, hurricane force gusts in brevard county on the east coast of central florida. i am right now protected by a hotel balcony. you cannot see those winds on me. if i step out of the way, those winds are evident right there. you see the palm fronds fact, just reported an 88-mile-per-hour wind gust not far from us here in brevard county. the hurricane churning offshore, and it is really pushing some very thick sustained winds and rain here. that rain really drenching big wet drops here nonstop. parts of this area are under flood warnings. they are already seeing significant flooding. we are going to expect more isolated flooding in this area. on the opposite side of this
we saw many transformers popping. the power has been continuing to go off and on. in fact, the number keeps on going up of the number of people that are without power in this area. in this county alone, it has doubled in just the last hour from 35,000 to now 66,000 people that are without power. hurricane matthew is weakening, but the real test is going to see what daylight will bring. hopefully not a lot of emily: shaun, thanks. you can check the storm in realtime no matter where you are. download our wcvb mobile news app for your phone or tablet. randy: one person dead after this fiery crash in middleboro. this happened at 1:00 this morning on i-495 south. state police are investigating, but they believe only one vehicle was involved here. all of the lanes are open at this hour. right now, a killer is on the loose after a violent home
she's hospitalized. the eye's antoinette antonio is in worcester this morning with what we know at this hour. antoinette? antoinette: randy, we're talking about an elderly couple, a husband and wife. they were attacked inside their own home, and this morning the wife is being treated for very serious injuries near at u-mass medical in worcester. her husband was killed during that apparent home invasion yesterday on east river street in orange. trail. as a precaution, local schools were temporarily put on lockdown yesterday. while the d.a.'s office is not releasing the names of the victims, we do know the man was in his 90's, his wife in her 70's and confined to a wheelchair. neighbors say they were a very nice couple. >> her son was always down checking on her and mowing the
antoinette: police in orange say this is the town's first murder in decades. no arrests have been made so far. we will stay on top of the investigation, and we'll bring you the latest information as we get it. live in worcester, antoinette antonio, wcvb newscenter 5. randy: detectives with flashlights are searching for cl dearborn street in roxbury. it started when a man flagged down an officer 5:30 yesterday evening. police say the deadly shooting appears to have been the result of a fight between several people all within feet of a school bus. boston public schools say crisis counselors will be on hand today for students who may have been impacted by this. the name of the victim has not been released. emily: commitment 2016 -- both campaigns are getting ready for a sunday showdown.
erika: bernie sanders will hit two new england states. he'll be in maine and new hampshire. the granite state a clear focal point on both sides. donald trump held a town hall meeting in sandown, new hampshire, last night. he denied this was practice for sunday. one audience wanted to know if he held back in the last debate. >> i held back i thi i think for good reason. i'd much rather it be on policy. i didn't like getting into the -- into the gutter. antoinette: the public was not invited to this town hall. chris christie off to the side during the event. he is said to be coaching the candidate for sunday's debate. hillary clinton off the campaign trail preparing for sunday's forum. emily?
red sox. randy: new in your health this morning, a link between breast cancer and the hours women work. the study raising concerns right now. emily: we are tracking hurricane matthew. you can see the whipping wind and rain here. this is south daytona beach, florida. mike? mike: the storm is a category three but poses a serious threat. when it moves out of florida and the outlook for our weekend in new england. here's what to expect. with highs today.
schlitz and evelyn cheney. emily: we would love to see your wake-up call. olessa: that may be my favorite wake-up call. randy: exactly. emily: so you're keeping your eye on florida this morning. mike: busy . remember, the eye is calm. but right around it, see those big bands of yellows and oranges? that's the eyewall. that's where you find your strongest wind. to give you some perspective, we're talking about 40 miles offshore is the eye. that's about 30 miles wide. these heavy bands are 12 miles offshore. this is going to slide towards daytona beach. as it does that, these bands will move inland. then we'll be talking about a lot more wind than the coast.
miles an hour. you see 64-mile-an-hour winds. if this slides northward, you're noticing we're not getting reports from titusville or cocoa beach. up towards daytona beach, these winds will really pick up. should be arriving 10:00, 11:00 this morning. as far as that area of hurricane force winds, here's where it looks right now as we head toward about 11:00 this morning and early afternoon. see how it punches in just a little bit and works its way back offshore. so it's really late thi i think we'll see our strongest winds across parts of northern florida. then it works its way back offshore. the rainfall amounts will be impressive down there. the heaviest rain may be to the north as a cold front interacts with the moisture from matthew. the track continues to make this one big loop. believe it or not, this thing could actually come back next week and hit parts of florida again. at that point, it is just a tropical storm.
not forecast to do much movement over the next couple of days and will hang out there. there's that cold front that will give us a chance of rain. there is your day to day. nothing but sunshine. gorgeous day coming in our direction. we'll call the high temperature today about 76 degrees. do remember, it's going to be a little cooler near the shoreline. tomorrow we have showers coming in. we start with a hint of sunshine. then the rain starts to move in as we talk about late afternoon eventually, that hangs a little bit onto sunday morning, clears away, and your sunday is looking beautiful right now. we'll see temperatures a little bit on the cooler side. but again, looking at sunshine by afternoon. about 60 degrees. not a bad weekend. a few showers thrown in there. it's mosey saturday night. if you're going to dinner, take the umbrella with you. emily: it could be worse. mike: definitely. how's friday morning? olessa: a live look outside, 9 # looks good.
a few cars out there. not seeing any volume. all the construction is gone as well. let's get to the maps and check the rest of your ride as you travel into town. so far so good. late-running construction on the expressway. all lanes are open. route 3 looks good, 24 as wella problem-free start along 95. if you're traveling along the pike this morning, 15 minutes eastbound 495 to 128. problem-free on route 3 out of chelmsford. trains and buses so far on schedule. emily? emily: olessa, thank you. rick porcello on the mound for the sox. he gave us three home runs in the third inning. the sox, they also got three homers, but that turned out not to be enough. dustin pedroia struck out in the ninth. he is not happy about this call. but it stands. 5-4 the final. the sox play the indians this afternoon. and david price gets the ball. this weekend the sox will share
as number 12 makes his big urn on sunday. you can watch for his reports before and after the game. randy: asian markets closing mostly lower overnight as investors reacted to the fall of the british pound. u.s. stock futures are lower. today, wall street will be watching for the september jobs report due out a little bit later this morning. snapchat's initial public offering could value the company at $25 billion or more to the "wall street journal." the photo and video sharing app is looking to sell shares as early as march. the company was valued at just under $18 billion back in may. a new study shows working the night shift will not increase a woman's risk of developing breast cancer. it has long been speculation, really, that night shift work could increase the risk for breast cancer. researchers in the u.k. evaluated 800,000 women working
developed breast cancer, they found those who worked odd hours had no higher risk than those who did not. emily: pets who don't need to be walked or fed and a celebrity visit that leaves fans disappointed. olessa: smacking smart. the healthy food that will help you feeling full. a deadly fire. how lawmakers think it all morning right here on the eyeopener. this billboard in juno beach ripped out of its frame.
it's a great day to be a wild cat. emily: 150 years of wild cat pride. happy anniversary to unh. thank you for that wake-up call. mike, you're keeping an eye on matthew. mike: that the thou is down to the south of -- matthew is down to the south of us. let me show you what's going to happen. we have a frontal boundary out to our west. today just beautiful weather. showers as we head toward saturday night. most of the moisture is bottled up to the south because that's where matthew is at. your weekend looks like this. a few showers coming in here as we head toward saturday evening, maybe lingering into sunday morning. clearing away with plenty of sunshine as we head toward next week. randy? randy: thank you. 5:23. time for some eyepoppers. olessa, what do you have? olessa: an interesting idea for someone who needs companionship.
hasbro released the line. the puppy barks and moves its head. randy: i don't want them. no thank you. olessa: the cat shakes when it purrs. not interested? randy: they're cute. olessa: real thing is better. if you missed your favorite celebrity, how about at your own front door? drake the rapper showed up and knocked at the door of a sorority house. it was one student on the entire campus saw him and that was it. randy: was he arrested shortly thereafter? olessa: i didn't hear about that. i'm surprised, a sorority house asleep? i don't understand. emily: an auburn parent is in trouble for following a school bus. our coverage of hurricane matthew continues. these are lights flickering in juno beach as the storm bears
here for us locally, a live look outside across the city of boston. cool start. 47 degrees right now. a gorgeous fall day on the way for us. we'll be right back. >> this is an editorial by wcvb channel 5 president and general manager bill fine. >> last week 5 investigates shed light on the systemic inequality in public education of students with special needs across the commonwealth. at the core of their significant and deep disparities in the way school districts negotiate private settlement agreements. family by family to pay for the education of students with special needs. the vast majority of these settlements are found in the wealthier school districts. although the funds are provided by tax dollars, these school districts fight hard to keep the settlements private. there was a legal battle with the town of wesson arguing
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is packing winds well over 100 miles per hour, and thousands of people are without electricity right now. mike has been watching its path all morning long. randy: mike's tracking the conditions at this hour. mike? mike: a very impressive storm. the eye is offshore. you see these bands where you see the yellows and oranges? that's where you see your maximum sustained winds. they are right at the shoreline. i think what this is going to be doing is sliding inland a little bit. that's going to push stronger windsan morning. right now, maximum sustained winds are running 41 miles per hour, melbourne 43. gusts up to 65. we have seen hurricane-strength gusts of over 74 miles per hour. daytona beach may be the area where we see our strongest winds. here's the position this afternoon. as we head through the weekend, we're starting to loop this thing through the carolinas, and this may loop back around and hit the coast of florida again.
today, around here, we are talking about some sunshine. lots of it today. enjoy the sunshine. enjoy the warm temperatures. into the 70's. a little rain tomorrow night may cool our temperatures down as we talk about sunday's forecast. let's talk about the roads out there this morning on a friday. how is it? olessa: thank you, mike. a live look outside. 93 in somerville, southbound side a little bit more volume but still not seeing any major problems. no accidents to report this morning. all the construction we are watching is gone. let's get to th out the rest of your ride into town. as you head south of the zakim, route 3 looks good. 24 no problems out of brockton. 95 nice and quiet. construction picked up on 128 by highland after. trains and buses also on skedural. emily: hurricane matthew starts to pound florida. randy: the eye's erika tarantal bringing us new information and
erika: we are starting to see the impact on the coast of florida. this is stuart, florida, south of port st. lucie. you can see power lines exploding. power is out in parts of palm beach county. 270,000 people without power statewide. some street signs blown down. police trying to keep people off the roads. right now, the death toll in haiti is confirmed dead in that island nation. authorities now just getting access to some remote areas that were cut off by the storm and flooded. emily? emily: air travel already hit hard by this storm. all flights are canceled this morning in fort lauderdale, orlando and palm beach. randy: big ripple effect. the eye's sera congi is at logan airport this morning. sera: randy and emily, hurricane matthew having an impact on travel plans everywhere no
logan is busy this morning. the good news, though, only a couple of flights canceled at this point. the ripple effect of what's happening in florida is being felt all along the east coast. 4,000 flights so far have been canceled, mostly in and out of miami, fort lauderdale. many airlines are letting passengers alter their plans and delay travel for a few days without the typical ticket change fee. now, dozens of evacuees managed to catch some >> i woke up this morning to a text from my mom saying you don't have a choice. you're coming home. >> our son called us and said we're leaving. we thought we would stay. >> he goes three weeks without power, a month without power, forget it. it's not worth it. sera: some airlines added extra flights yesterday morning to help with those evacuations out of florida. now, many of the cancellations were done in advance mostly so
airports around the country. also, train service is affected. amtrak has suspended service between miami and new york. randy: sera, thank you. you can track the storm in realtime. you can download our wcvb mobile news app for your phone or tablet. right now, the push to repeal massachusetts' new transgender rights bill is moving forward. a new law just took affec allowing transgender to use a bathroom or locker room that correspondence to their gender identity. 38,000 signatures were delivered to get this issue on the 2018 ballot. governor charlie baker signed the bill into law in august. emily: this morning, a bill aimed at preventing deadly fires is a step closer to reality. this plan would create a special state commission to study welding commission.
the commission would determine if current fire codes are enough to protect the public and first responders. a former top aide at the department of defense accused of using tax money inappropriately. randy: where he's accused of using his government-issued credit card and new on this friday morning, healthy snacks to keep you fuller longer. the foods that won't ruin your diet. emily: another look the storm bearing down on central florida right now.
problems in florida all day today. it's a category three storm. around here, completely opposite. we'll have one of the best fall days. a little bit of a breeze. fall foliage changing colors. you can't ask for much more. randy: it's no mystery if you snack right, and i emphasize right. you'll stay full andou emily: the secret is high fiber foods. they keep those hunger pangs at bay. a handful of mixed unsalted nuts, roasted chickpeas or whole grain crackers with avocado and tuna. another benefit is that these foods have been shown to help lower cholesterol. i like all of those. the roasted chickpeas get a little dry in the water.
the latest there. we're also at logan airport. emily: mike has been keeping an eye on this. mike: you had a good question earlier. can it become a four? no. they're not quite as organized. it's right offshore, really right offshore. this is as close as you can get. threading the needle. here's what's happening. there's where the center of the storm is. it's 50 miles offshore. those spiral bands you see around the eye, that's where this is where we see the winds that are category three in here. wind gusts easily could be over 130 miles per hour. as far as what's going to happen with this, it looks like it's going to try to make its way toward daytona beach. that may be its closest approach to land. as far as winds, we're not looking at a whole lot of breeze. you'll see in daytona beach, gusting to 58 miles an hour. i think that number will go into the 70's, 80's, maybe over 100 miles an hour later this morning.
toward st. augustine and looping offshore. that is the center right now. it's keeping the strongest winds right near the shoreline at this point. what's going to happen? it's going to loop its way around. so we've got the strongest winds as we head through this morning and then into the early afternoon hours as it try to nudge its way offshore. that will push hurricane winds offshore as well. as far as our weather around here, today it's revolving around sunshine. 76 degrees. we'll see evening showers tomorrow. then for your sunday, it will be clearing we'll see temperatures around 62 degrees. so overall not a bad weekend. your day tomorrow starts with sunshine. just fades to cloud cover as we head to the afternoon. a beautiful morning out there this morning. how are things with traffic? olessa: so far, it's a quiet start. there's the zakim, leverett connector southbound heading down, no problems here. let's get to the maps and the rest of your ride looks pretty much the same. no troubles yet on 24. route 3 is quiet.
10 to 15 from braintree to boston. traveling the pike, 15 minutes 495 to 128. you're fine as you travel down to the leverett connector. trains and buses also okay. emily: breaking news we're following as hurricane matthew lashes florida. randy: we want to the eye's shaun chaiyabhat. he's in melbourne with the conditions there. shaun? reporter: windy conditions. florida's governor ri residents to stay alert saying that just the eyewall of hurricane matthew is within 5 miles of the coast of central florida here. we are protected by a hotel balcony, so the wind is coming in this direction. if i step out of the way, you can definitely see that these hurricane force winds are kicking up here. the wind is now going in opposite directions here. that is because we are now only
force winds getting close to 90 miles per hour in some locations. matthew is now churning offshore, skirting northwest of our location headed toward cape canaveral. many areas here are continuing to see flooding. and the rain is just not letting up. you can see these thick bands, these walls of rain hitting us here. the power outages are significant. that number continues to go up here. you can see over here emily: hurricane matthew is having a huge impact on travelers up and down the east coast. here at logan airport, some folks have had to change their plans. >> that hurricane really messed up our flight. kind of delayed some flights and, like, discontinued flights as well. you have to switch over. it's really inconvenient and
some people can't go. reporter: airlines have canceled up to 4,000 flights mostly in and out of fort lauderdale and orlando. dozens of evacuees did manage to catch some last-minute flights into boston yesterday. now, here at logan this morning, the good news is there's only been about nine flight cancellations, eight of them to florida, mostly orlando. but the airlines canceled well in advance to avoid people getting stuck at airports. newscenter 5. emily: thank you. there's new and grim news coming out of haiti this morning where crews are still assessing matthew's wrath. the death toll on the island jumping to 283. it is expected to go higher. you can see the devastation there in this video. authorities just now reaching some of the more remote areas as floodwaters start to recede there. you can track the storm in realtime no matter where you are. just download our wcvb mobile
tablet. randy: it's 5:47. breaking overnight, one person dead after this fiery crash in middleboro. it happened around 1:00 this morning. interstate 495 southbound. state police believe only one vehicle was involved here. all of the lanes are open at this hour. also breaking overnight -- one person in the hospital with life-threatening injuries after a stabbing in the roxbury section of boston. this happened around midnight. no word on any arrests. emily: an elderly woman is being treated for very serious injuries at u-mass. her husband killed during an apparent home invasion. all of this happened yesterday afternoon at the couple's home on east river street in orange. the d.a.'s office not releasing the names of the victims, but we do know the man was in his 90's. the wife in her 70's confined to a wheelchair. investigators confirm there's an
description or who they're looking for. police in orange say this is the town's first murder in decades. we're live in worcester this morning, antoinette antonio, clay buchholz newscenter 5. emily: bernie sanders campaigns for hillary clinton. donald trump was in the granite state denying claims he was practicing for the next presidential debate. >> this has nothing to do with sunday. we're just here because we just wanted to be here. townhall event, the same format as sunday's debate. chris christie, said to be coaching trump there in the audience. the race in new hampshire tight as ever. a poll has clinton leading trump 44-42. erika: i'll be at that debate. you can watch the showdown starting at 9:00 p.m.ment i'll
coverage. randy: the winner this year's nobel peace prize has been presented. it goes to columbian president juan santos. president obama has shortened the sentences of 102 federal inmates. this is part of his push to grant clemency during his final months in office total number to 774. the white house says it's more than the previous 11 presidents combined. most of the inmates are considered nonviolent offenders. emily: a former top aide to defense secretary ash carter used a government credit card to pay large bar tabs at a strip club. that's according to a new report by the inspector general. the report found major general ron lewis spent nearly $3,000 in strip clubs in south korea and
stolen. randy: auburn police are pursuing criminal charges against a man who followed a school bus here dressed as a clown. police posted this picture. this all comes in the wake of a number of scares involving people dressed as clown or wearing a clown mask. the man will be charged with disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace. no name has been released but we're told he's a parent. a new hampshire man is behind bars charged with turning a family feud into a this is the front end loader that peter emanuel is accused of using as a deadly weapon. police say he tipped over a crane being operated by his brother stanley. when police arrived, emanuel drove it toward a police officer. he's being held on assault, domestic violence and resisting arrest charges. emily: the ceo of an adult classified ad website is facing adult and child sex trafficking
federal agents arrested charles ferrer during a raid of his dallas office. officials claim his backpage site is the world's top online brothel. he's being held in lieu of $500,000 bond. no one from the site has issued a comment. randy: new details from the investigation of a commuter train that slammed into a station in hoboken, new jersey. the train involved in this deadly crash was moved last night.in going twice the speed limit when it crashed last week, killing one woman and injuring more than 100 others. data recorders also indicate the engineer hit the emergency brake less than a second before the impact. he has said that he does not remember anything about the crash. emily: rick porcello on the mound for the sox. he gave up three home runs in the third inning. the sox also got three homers. it's just not enough.
it stands. 5-4 the final. the sox play the indians again this afternoon. david price gets the ball. now, this weekend, the sox will share the spotlight with tom brady, ed harding will be in cleveland as number 12 makes his big return on sunday. you can watch for his reports before and after the game. mayor walsh serving food in dorchester, taking a little taste test there. thumbs up. he was helping women's health problems at the men of boston cook for women's health. some familiar faces, our president and general manager bill fine and look who that is. meteorologist mike wankum also helping out. this event has raised more than $2 million since 1995. great work there. and, mike, i feel like you've been hiding something from us. these culinary skills. randy: he's talented all right. mike: i go because i like to taste-test. randy: it's always a great
i've been doing it 19 years. every year the food keeps getting better and better. emily: where is the food for us? mike: i had a whole bunch of it but i ate it on the way home. let me show you what's happening. this is an interesting storm. hurricane matthew, category three becomes a category two, category one. tropical storm, and look what it may do. next week loop back into the coast. for us, we don't have to contend with it at all. we b this may give us a chance of showers as we talk about saturday night. clear skies out there. a little patchy fog as we've seen the last couple of mornings. once the sun comes out, it sets us up for a gorgeous day. in boston, it's 54 degrees. winds are basically calm. humidity is up there. that's why i said there's patchy fog. check out the temperatures. we have some areas which have dropped off into the 40's and 30's overnight. not quite as cold as last night, but if you're stepping onto the bus this morning, you might need
72 to 78 degrees inland. this is october, but it feels so nice. clear and cool. 52 to 54 for your overnight lows tonight. what's going to happen with that front? high pressure is in control. that's why we have a beautiful day. we start tomorrow beautiful. we have a frontal boundary coming in. this is the map at 3:00. a lot of clouds but showers holding off until the evening hours. the moisture from matthew staying to the south. we could get a little moisture to work this way northward. it will be a welcome sight. we will get otherwise, over the next seven days, sunshine today, a few showers tomorrow, and then after that, once we get to sunday afternoon, it's sunshine across the board. a little bit cooler than the high temperatures we have today. for fall, it looks really, really nice and the colors are coming on quickly if you're making any travel up to the north to see the colors. speaking of travel, how are things, olessa? olessa: pretty good shape. volume is building. you can see a live look at the zakim bridge, leverett connector, southbound heading toward the bottom of the screen. no accidents to report right
well. let's get to the maps and check the rest of your ride. as you travel south, so far, so good. good shape on route 3. ride on the expressway, 15 to 20 from braintree to boston. the pike, 15 to 20 minutes, 495 to 128 and heading north, 93 south looks good. a little bit of volume from methuen to andover. trains and buses starting on emily: shaun chaiyabhat will be live in melbourne. plus, new concerns in your health. which work schedules are most likely to raise a woman's risk of developing breast cancer? randy: what will be a spectacular day in new england's news leader. the eyeopener continues right
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randy: hurricane matthew slamming florida, the conditions as wind and rain bear down on the central east coast. emily: a violent crime in orange leaves a man dead and his wife injured. the search for a killer in this home invasion. randy: donald trump visiting new hampshire out ahead of the know about his strategy. that's on the eye for this friday morning. emily: breaking news, hurricane matthew is hitting the east coast of florida right now. the storm has weakened to a category 3 but is still packing punishing 120 miles per hour winds, and right now nearly