tv Newscenter 5 Eyeopener ABC November 3, 2016 5:00am-6:00am EDT
today we've got the rain in the forecast. the timeline for you right now as the eyeopener continues. >> now on newscenter 5 oppressive -- >> the curse is broken. the cubs are world series champs. key plays from the dramatic game that stretched into extra innings, this morning. >> also breaking, a teenager critically hurt in boston. the information just in on a crash in dorchester. >> a mother and child the vandalism stunning the neighborhood, on the eye this morning. >> we are live in chicago as the celebration continues this morning. fans and cubs alike basking in the glow of the world series victory.
but they did it. good morning. i'm erika tarantal. emily is off today. >> i'm randy price. it was a nail-biting game. both teams fighting for the last second to win. highlights ahead. but first, we want to get to cindy with the forecast. >> reverse the curse around here. we have showers working toward us. they are generally along and north of the pike, starting north of the city of boston. you can see showers moving into there are a few more scattered about southern new hampshire as well. outside that we've got a fairly quiet morning with a lot of clouds, a light wind, and temperatures which are running mostly at or above 60 degrees. 56 in worcester, 54 boston down to plymouth as well. so as the mild start, but this front is across the area and along and north of the front today it is going to be cooler than it is to the south. i don't see us getting out of the 50s. merrimack valley, southern,
mid-to-upper 60s in southeastern massachusetts. morning commute, i think best chance of the showers along and north of pike. that will be the case through lunchtime. as we get into the afternoon, we'll see steadier rain. there will be rain for evening commute, getting into the worcester area, boston 3:00. showers around for the evening commute as well. so good idea to have the umbrella with you. let's get you to the roads and see how we're looking. >> good morning. live look at the pike. this is a check by allston/brighton eastbound heading toward the bottom of the scre directions. let's go to the maps. if you're heading into town, no construction there. south, you're in good shape. along 128, construction in the final stages highland avenue to route 90. this weekend starting at 8:00 p.m. tomorrow they will be shutting down part of 128 and part of highland avenue for some overnight construction that will last the weekend. north of town no problems. trains and buses are expected to
>> this is going to be a tough play. the cubs win the world series! makes the play. it's over and the cubs have finally won it all! >> breaking overnight, they are still celebrating in chicago after the cubs break their curse and take the trophy. what a win. cubbi cubbies >> take a look at the scene outside wrigley field. fans flocking to the ballpark. inside the locker room, just pandemonium early this morning as the cubbies themselves got the celebration started. ben zobrist got the m.v.p. trophy thanks to the go-ahead r.b.i. in the 10th inning. it was a gruelling game for fans of both teams. the cubs saw their lead vanish in the eighth followed by a brief rain delay.
out. it was like a heavy weight fight, man. just blow for blow, everybody playing their heart out. i can't believe we're finally standing after 108 years, finally able to hoist a trophy. >> president obama taking to twitter overnight to salute his hometown, tweeting in part, that's change even the south sider can believe in. he's a long white sox fan. he house. and to break the curse, he's it is curse breaker, cub's president getting a lot of talk as red sox nation knows, he also led boston on their drive to reverse the 86-year-old curse back in 2004. and if you head to our wcvb facebook page, we have an image to congratulate theo and the cubs. >> we're following breaking news. a boston teenager critically
at the scene right now with the breaking details. antoinette? >> randy, a lot of new information coming in overnight. we have learned that 18-year-old victim had just left a friend's house. she was trying to cross the street at gallivan boulevard right here, catching the bus when she was hit by a car. here's a look at video from the scene. this happened around 10:30. you can see the car involved with a smashed-up windshield. the pontiac gt was heading westbound when it hit on the scene and he was interviewed by troopers. investigators will determine if any charges will be filed. as for that victim, she was taken to boston medical center. she is in critical condition this morning. as we learn new information, we'll bring that to you on air, online and with the mobile app. live in dorchester, antoinette antonio, wcvb newscenter 5. >> antoinette, thank you. more breaking news now. two u.s. service members killed
have been hurt. that's according to nato. the service members came under fire during a train, advise, and assist mission with afghanistan partners. >> a 7-year-old boy and his mom were targeted over the last two weeks. they have been the victims of racially-fueled vandalism. right now police have a new clue in finding those responsible. jacquelyn stimpson and her son have lived in derry, new hampshire, for three separate attacks, though, against them -- her car keyed with a racial slur recently, another incident -- eggs, fried chicken and watermelon smeared on the vehicle, thrown in the yard. stimpson says the message is clear. >> it's racial. it's racist. i was hurt. and i didn't realize that people
>> stimpson has security camera images of a car that slowed down in front of her car. police want anyone with information on this car to come forward now. >> commitment 2016. just five days to go and there is a shift in the battleground map. abc news now moving utah and ohio back into the donald trump column. states in yellow, arizona, north carolina, florida, they are too close to call. in that scenario, hillary clinton l electoral votes needed to win the election. trump would have to take a blue state out of her column. both camps trading accusations on the trail. >> imagine having a president who demeans women, mocks the disabled, insults latinos, african-americans, muslims. >> further decades of self-dealing conflicts of interest, their politics of
now that hillary clinton will never be elected president of the united states of america. >> clinton and trump are focused on the battleground states today. she's in north carolina. he has two rallies there and another in florida. meantime, both campaigns will make a big push in new hampshire. donald trump will be at the atkinson country club tomorrow and visit southern new hampshire university in hooksett monday night. president obama will campaign for cli specifics yet. >> the senate vase at a dead heat. the latest wmur poll gives democrat maggie hassan a one-point lead over republican senator kelly ayotte. both candidates taking part in the debate last night. among the topics, the opioid crisis, gun control, military strategy in iraq. it was presidential politics that triggered back and forth
educations that she supported him, she called him a role model for our children and then when the political wins seemed to change, that's when she changed her position. >> she has not stepped away from hillary clinton on one thing. i have actually taken the action of saying that i'm not going to be voting for our nominee because i'm concerned about the actions that he has talked about. >> this was the final televised debate between >> right now, this man is behind bars, accused in the deadly ambush of two iowa police officers. and this morning we're getting a look at new video of a confrontation he had with police weeks ago. police confronted scott michael green at the urbandale high school football stadium last month while he was a carrying a confederate flag. that stadium is at the intersection where one of the officers was killed. a month ago, green was asked to
green posting the video on youtube. >> when you fly a confederate flag standing in front of several african-american people, that's going to cause a disturbance. whether you intend to or not -- >> that is my -- >> i never said it wasn't your right. >> my constitutional right. >> urbandale police officer justin martin was found shot and killed. 38-year-old sergeant anthony bemeano was found 20 minutes later. green turned himself in to police hours after the killings. brady. >> mike lynch asked number 12 about his future. also new this morning, a local couple retired in their 30s. the financial strategy you can copy. >> breaking news in sports this morning. the cubs beating the indians 8-7 in 10 innings early this morning to win the world series for the first time in 108 years.
you'll want your umbrella today. we've got rain moving in and a blustery change back to cooler weather ahead. the full forecast for the weekend coming up. erika? >> a look at one of the questions on the november ballot in massachusetts. question three is about confining farm animals. a yes vote would ban any practice that prevents pigs and hens from lying down, standing up or turning around freely. you can find a list of the
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>> we're the andover high golden warriors. good >> good morning to you. [laughter] >> way to wake everyone up. andover high, nice job. and success at the family affair for the golden warriors. >> that was like trick-or-treat candy. bottom of the pile -- [laughter] >> you'll find out why that happened tonight with mike lynch at 6:00. record it with your phone, upload it to ulocal. >> i brought in my leftover halloween candy. >> you have leftover candy? [laughter] >> on the ride in. sorry. >> you did have quite a little drive. >> get hungry. i think there's a lot of
driving around town, good idea to have an umbrella. we have rain on the way. our deficit is still over 9 inches in the boston area. we're not going to get muchment southeastern massachusetts not looking for much at all. steadiest rain along and north of the pike. greater chance of seeing showers is this afternoon, although there will be showers this morning. notice across southern new hampshire overnight. one shower developing west of the worcester area, south as well. that's why i say it's a good idea to have the umbrella. you can see more showers through the nashua area. so southern new hampshire dealing with wet pockets this morning. temperatures up this way, upper 40s to around 50. 56 in worcester right now. 54 in boston. hey, it's another mild start.
temperature with 40s to the north and temperatures in the upper 60s to the south. the frontal boundary stalls across our area and it will be much cooler just north of the front. the second area of rain to the west, this will come in this afternoon. we're starting in the 50s in boston. we'll likely hold close to 60 degrees today. but i think the wettest weather comes in after about 3:00 this afternoon to the boston area. about 60 in town, 50s to the north. could get closer to southeastern massachusetts. notice through the morning commute focus of the wet weather is mainly to the north. there might be one or two showers here and there. 2:00, 3:00 this afternoon, here comes steadier showers working in. there will be some pockets of wet weather for the evening commute. i'm not expecting widespread is downpours. things should dry out this evening. overnight the skies clear out. the temperatures drop into the 40s overnight as the winds shift to the north and west.
only in the lower 50s and the winds will be quite active. could get gusts over 50 miles per hour. saturday night before you go to sleep, we turn the clocks back one hour as daylight saving time ends. notice the sunset around 4:30 on sunday. 49 degrees. really feeling like november this weekend. around 60 on election day tuesday. >> 4:30 sunset. depressing. >> the ride is quiet. a check by allston/brighton eastbound toward the bottom of the screen. so far so good. that's pretty much what we have across the area. no problems into boston. south, the expressway looks good. no complaints yet on route 3 out of construction by highland avenue, that project wrapped up for the overnight hours.
they will do a weekend-long project on the highland avenue bridge so they will shut down part of 128 and part of highland avenue. >> olessa, thank you. this morning tom brady, one on one talking about his future with our own mike lynch, including whether he's thought about hanging up his cleats. >> you're under contract through 2019, which you'll be 42. would you get out before that if you thought it was time or are you planning on there? >> i'm going to go as long as i can until i feel i can't help us win games. >> ahead, number 12 talks about the thought of wearing another team's jersey. >> to your economy. asian markets mostly lower in the overnight hours thanks to some lingering jitters over the u.s. election coming up.
today investors will be watching for the weekly unemployment snapshot report. new this morning, imagine retiring in your 30s. simply by saving. a local couple did it and as they explained to emily, you can do it too. >> self-proclaimed frugal weirdos, they are the husband and wife time behind the frugalwoods, a documentary. how extreme is the frugality? >> i haven't purchased clothing in over two >> in 2014 they lived in cambridge, working their dream jobs but also working for the weekend. so they took a hard look at what they really wanted -- a meaningful life on a homestead in vermont and retirement in their 30s. >> once we made that realization, it became very easy for us to sort of cut out a lot of extraneous spending. so really focused on what matters to us. >> liz says you can do it too. first, decide what you want out
>> having goals, short-term goals, long-term goals are the key to building your finances and to having a handle on your financial life. >> second, decide on the steps to take to reach your goal and stick with it for at least a month. after that, reassess what's working and what's not. >> the point of frugality and the point of financial freedom is to give yourself less anxiety and more peace. >> retired in their 30s. at recommends the finance website personal capital. it's a tool to use to keep track of all of your accounts and your money. for a link to their website, head to our wcvb mobile app and click on, on tv. >> i keep hoping powerball. [laughter] >> they didn't go that route. >> late for the 30s. >> not working. >> if you can do it, takes discipline. >> good for them. take a lot of discipline.
>> big reactions from the cubs and indians fans in eyepopperses this morning and new at 5:30, critical election information tossed out in cambridge. the mail never delivered to voters and the concern this morning. >> we're following several breaking stories this morning. right now two u.s. service members dead, two others wounded after coming under fire in afghanistan. >> breaking overnight in the city of boston, a teenager is critically hurt aft
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>> good morning, everybody! great job by everyone taking part in this wonderful event. emily helped out with this one. just one of the organizations we have as boston's community leader. >> nice sunny day for that walk as well. not seeing much sunshine today. you can see a little bit of shower activity on the radar right now and off to the west there is a second area of rain. that is going to target us as we head into the afternoon. so have the umbrella with you. ts so it is mild. notice nashua 48 right now. got rain around this morning. temperatures stuck in the 50s this afternoon. but to the south a little bit warmer. we're likely sneaking into the 60s on cape cod with your rain holding off until later in the day. so showers today, we head into tomorrow windy, cooler, the cool dry weather lasts to start the weekend. >> it is 5:25. time for eyepoppers. olessa, what do you have?
celebration by cleveland indians fan. that you'll see in a second. basketball star lebron james going nuts in the stands celebrating a game-changing two-run home run last night. wasn't long before the cubs came back, though. the cleveland cavalier has at least one debt to pay off. watch for him in a cubs uniform the next time he's in chicago. very excited. a workout right there. one cubs fan just too excited for >> oh, yeah. >> celebrating the world series victory, he shows off dance moves. thank you for keeping those little orange things on this [laughter] >> family programming. >> waiting 108 years. >> this is true, so i guess take your pants off. what else do you do? cubs first baseman anthony rizzo getting the jitters. the frank conversation caught on the mic. new in your health a study raising new concerns about
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the investigation under way right now. >> voting concerns in cambridge. the disturbing discovery in the trash. >> and tom brady one on one. >> who remains a patriot longer, tom brady or bill belichick? >> how number 12 answered that one, on the eye. >> and now we're live here at wrigley field in chicago where it's 4:30 in the morning, fans are still hanging on in small numbers now, but most have gone to sleep after what was a wild win that broke the curse, their beloved cubbies are world champs this morning. 5:30 on the east coast as we look at the massachusetts turnpike in boston, traffic moving nicely. thank you for joining us. i'm randy price. >> i'm erika tarantal. emily off. cindy and olessa are here. a nice start in both of your departments.
so take an umbrella with you. may not be raining yet, but rain moving through at times today. you can see the steadiest is right now across southern new hampshire. showers have broken out quickly around the worcester area and to the south as well, pushing toward 495. you can see those here in metro west, south of framingham. north shore, we've had some. so overall it is fairly quiet and we've got a blanket of dropped. we're in the 50s right now. 56 in worcester, 54 in boston. frontal boundary is stalled very close to the mass pike, so north of the front today, it's going to stay in the 50s. to the south, 60s this afternoon. boston 60 degrees with a chance of a shower through lunchtime. 1:00, 2:00, we'll watch rain target the worcester and boston area as we get closer to the evening commute.
weather this evening, but the steadiest rain is along and north of the pike. let's get to the roads. >> fairly quiet conditions. live look at the pike. a check by allston/brighton eastbound heading toward the bottom of the screen. no problems. let's go to the maps. a crash west of here along the pike out of worcester a crash on the eastbound side by route 146. one lane is closed. past that, you're in good shape. 495 to 128, 15 minutes. no problems on route 3 o ride on the expressway. 10 to 15 braintree into boston. quiet from methuen to the lever connector. trains and buses on schedule. >> three breaking stories starting with history in chicago. >> the cubs finally won it all! >> yes, the cubs still celebrating this morning after ending a 108-year drought.
innings, surviving a close call when they blew their lead in the eighth inning. breaking overnight, an 18-year-old woman is in critical condition after boston police say she was hit by a car as she tried to catch a bus in dorchester. it happened at gallivan boulevard and milton avenue. the driver did stay at the scene. and breaking news in afghanistan. two u.s. service members are dead, killed while fighting the taliban. two other service members were hurt. nato fire while assisting afghanistan forces. >> it looked odd -- not delivering the mail. >> questions after polling location postcards were trashed in cambridge. the man who made that discovery days ahead of election day is talking to newscenter 5 about it. the eye's sera congi in cambridge this morning with his concern. >> randy, joe martins is worried that someone is tampering with election information.
cambridge, as well as the u.s. postal service, are looking into it. joe martins found a bundle of postcards on monday in the trash of his building at glassworks avenue. the postcards from the cambridge election commission were intended for reader voters helping them find the right polling place. martins says he did not receive early voting information. now this latest incident has him concerned. >> it's not comforting in any way. i don'in high-anxiety election as it is. and then to find something like this, it was just unsettling. >> the city of cambridge says the election commission has spoken to the postmaster about the incident. it's a federal crime to tamper with mail and it should be noted that those postcards are not required to vote. live in cambridge this morning, sera congi, wcvb newscenter 5. >> sera, thank you.
early voting in boston yesterday. more than 2,000 reader voters cast their ballots at the city hall plaza location alone. the warm weather credited with the record turnout. this was the first year for early voting in the commonwealth. tomorrow is the final day to vote early. >> testimony continues today in the sentencing retrial of a convicted killer hoping to avoid the death penalty. gary sampson back in federal court years after his initial thrown out. the prosecution painting sampson as a merciless man who outsmarted his victims. the defense saying he's been struggling with a lifetime of traumatic brain injury. right now the mbta launching a new campaign to keep passengers safe. the t along with the coalition of advocate groups will try to drive home the message that sexual assault will not be tolerated. the campaign will encourage passengers to report incidents of sexual harassment. the t working with the boston
center for independent living. >> cancer drugs with a serious side effect. the risk for which doctors want patients to be aware. new concerns about football-related injuries. the boston university study confirming a troubling theory. now a look at one of the questions on the november ballot in the commonwealth charter schools. a yes vote would allow up to 12 approvals for either new charter schools or expanded enrollment at
>> good morning. welcome back to the eyeopener. live look at the zakim bridge and lever connector. southbound side. a few cars making their way into boston. so far it's a fairly quiet start. no issues to report. not a lot of delays. we're hoping it stays this way. cindy, most of the roadways are dry.
right now, but there's an area of rain to the west heading toward us. especially along and north of the pike your best chance of getting wet weather today. have the umbrella with you. above 60 in many areas. that changes tomorrow. it's cooler. a chilly weekend ahead as we turn the clocks back one hour this weekend. erika? >> your health now. a new study out of boston university providing the first solid link between football and degenerative brain disease. the connection between brain inflammation brought on by football-related head injuries and the disease known as c.t.e. scientists found that the longer a person plays, the greater risk of damage there. the new research brings doctors one step closer to early diagnosis and treatment. treatments to fight cancer may pose a health risk. the downside is they may cause heart problems.
especially when used together. doctors stress the drugs offer huge benefits despite that risk. some doctors are concerned controversial prostate screening recommendations may have gone too far. a study finds nearly 29% drop in the number of routine biopsies since 2012. that's when the u.s. preventive services task force recommended against using a blood test checking most healthy men for prostate cancer. doctors tell if men with dangerous cancers missed out. >> a new poll painting a new picture of voters in the battleground state new hampshire. plus, going one-on-one with tom brady. what he's telling our mike lynch about when he's going to retire. and bill murray celebrating the breaking news in the morning. his beloved cubs won the world
>> more on the historic win in a few minutes. we want to check in with cindy. >> rain delay. the game was so long. >> that's how it should be. extra innings. we want everything. >> high drama. the rain moved out of the cleveland area. you can see it to our west. that's coming here later this afternoon. so i think the best chance of rain today is -- >> it's good luck rain. >> i think it is. as we get into the afternoon. showers this morning and we're still considered in extreme drought across a good portion of the state. the deficit is still over 9 inches in the boston area. so the rainfall not going to be all that impressive. highest total will be along and north of the pike where we could see more an a quarter of an inch. you can see showers moving through pretty quickly this morning from west to east. we've got a cluster that came
there's a batch toward randollf. that's the first batch. second comes in as we get toward the early afternoon hours. it's following this frontal boundary which is separating the air masses. yesterday we hit 70 in boston. that's not going to happen today. we're in the 50s right now. we'll come close to 60 in boston but stay in the 50s to the rt we climb to the 60s farther south. through morning commute showers mainly to the north. that will be the case through about lunchtime. here's the next area of rain moving in. so showers around 3:00 this afternoon until about 5:00 p.m. the evening commute will feature some wet weather. things move out this evening. overnight the skies clear out and we turn the winds around to the north and west. so cooler temperatures tomorrow, but back to sunshine, low 50s tomorrow, a cool start to your weekend. let's get you to the roadways
shower here and there, olessa. >> a live look at the expressway. i checked by the gas tank. so far no problems here. let's go to the maps. that's pretty much the story. one crash out of worcester on the pike by route 146 eastbound. once you get past that accident, in good shape. about 15 minutes from 495 to 128. as you head south of town, 24 building a little bit of volume out of avon. 12-minute raid braintree into boston. 93 south delays out o good shape to the lever connector. trains and buses on schedule. >> breaking overnight, cubs fans are waking up winners this morning. >> after 108 years, the team has finally reversed that billy goat curse. tense moments throughout what was really an epic game. davis hit a two-run homer in the eighth. the cubs came back after a 17-minute rain delay before the top of the 10th. fist baseman anthony rizzo
as you might imagine, fans just went wild. crazy in chicago. >> also breaking overnight, a teenager hit by a car as she tried to catch a bus in boston. >> the eye's antoinette antonio is live at the scene in dorchester with new information learned overnight. antoinette? >> erika and randy, that 18-year-old victim was trying to cross gallivan boulevard trying to catch the bus when she was hit by the car. oak ridge street. you can see the car involved with that smashed-up windshield. the pontiac gt was heading westbound when it hit the woman. the 25-year-old driver stayed at the scene and he was interviewed by troopers. investigators will determine if any charges will be filed. as for that victim, she was taken to boston medical center in critical condition. we're live in dorchester this morning, antoinette antonio, wcvb newscenter 5. >> more breaking news.
the taliban in afghanistan. nato says two other members were hurt in this fight in the province in the northern part of the country. the american forces were taking part in a mission to train and advise afghanistan allies. >> a voter in cambridge made a disturbing discovery and now an investigation is under way. a bundle of postcards from the cambridge election commission was discovered in a trash bin near mailboxes at an apartment complex. the notify voters of which polling place they should go to. they are not required to cast a ballot. resident joe martins, who found the cards, is concerned someone is tampering with election information. the postmaster in cambridge, as well as the u.s. postal service, are looking into it. live in cambridge, sera congi, wcvb newscenter 5. >> and new overnight, a new poll of new hampshire voters gives
hillary clinton. wmur poll released this morning gets trump 40% of the vote to clinton's 39%. >> the f.b.i. now offering a reward for any information in the disappearance of this man. norman lee was snorkeling with his wife in march of 2015. they got separated. his wife making it back and calling police. lee was never found. the f.b.i. offering $10,000 to anyone with information. >> christmas for hundreds of military families on cape cod. toys for tots will replace gifts the cape cod military support foundation lost in a fire this week in bourne. about 6,000 toys kept in storage trailers were destroyed. the donation will be made tomorrow. >> a new call to close a school in mattapan next summer. the elementary school would be
learning center. chang presented the proposal last night. in 2012 the school was labeled an underperforming school by the state and has been under review since september. >> comedian bill cosby back in court for a pretrial hearing as his lawyer tries to get the sexual assault case against him thrown out. the lawyer says the comedian's eyesight has deteriorated to the point where he cannot identify his accusers in photographs or otherwise help wit >> a huge settlement for hulk hogan ending a fight with gawker. the wrestler and media company reaching a $31 million agreement. hogan sued gawker after it posted a sex tape of his online. gawker filed for bankruptcy. the website sold the company's assets to univision. >> facebook on the verge of
current population. the news is not all good for the social media giant. facebook is warning investors of potential slowing of sales growth next year. stock prices dropped more than 5% after the announcement in the after-hours trading. >> have your lights been acting funny? a report finding a flaw in wireless technology used in household items like light bulbs, switches, locks. researchs flaw allowed hackers to take control of the bulbs. researchers are concerned that internet twices in close proximity could get hacked. >> boston area song writer winning country music song of the area award. laurie wrote tim mcgraw's hit humble and kind. she said it was based on a
children. >> the final award, entertainer of the year, went to garth brooks. his first sing peaked on charts in 1989. >> after defeating the bulls at the garden, isaiah thomas has 23 points and 10 assists. johnson finishing with 23 cubs' dugout before the win caught on a wireless microphone. anthony rizzo telling his veteran teammate he was an emotional wreck. the teammate advised him to just breathe. anthony rizzo responding, i'm a glass case of emotion right now. i get it. he is at the heart of patriots
>> number 12 went one-on-one with our mike lynch. lynchie had some big questions. >> who remains a patriot longer, tom brady or bill belichick? >> i don't see him retiring anytime soon either. i don't find myself retiring anytime soon either. so we'll see. this has been my home for 17 years. so i never want to go anywhere else. >> lynchie also asked brady if he has any retiring at the end of his contract. quarterback says he feels better than he did when he was 25, so he has no plans to stop anytime soon. >> he's like benjamin button. he keeps getting better. he's getting younger. >> healthy eating he does. we're seeing green on the map. we've got rain, umbrella a good idea as you head out this morning. we'll see scattered light showers moving through. one came through the worcester areas.
now. you can see showers around the framingham area. we've got showers to the north. another batch of showers stretching toward the bridgewater area. so there's rain this morning. temperatures are starting out in the 50s. in fact, 54 right now in boston. keep in mind this is very mild for early november. average high this time of year is about 56. it's a mild start this morning. we've got a front across the area. that front will keep the temperatures down as we watch the second area of rain come in front right on in. so where we've got the rain coming in, i think it's going to move into the boston area close to 3:00 this afternoon. so temperatures running only in the 50s north of the pike. but notice south of town, upper 60s again today. you can see the showers focused mainly along and north of pike through lunchtime. they close in on the boston area
overnight, the skies clear out. temperatures drop into the 40s tonight. look at your highs tomorrow. only lower 50s despite brightening skies in the afternoon. look at these winds gusting to around 20 miles per hour in the morning hours. gusty winds throughout the day really going to give it a cooler feel. we'll keep temperatures running on the cooler side as we get into your weekend. don't forget this is the weekend that we turn the clocks back one hour saturday night. mainly a dry weekend ahead and a little bit of a warming trend. could be around 60 again for election d getting busier out there, olessa. >> volume starting to build. southbound side to the top of the screen. let's go to the maps. we are watching one crash out of worcester on pike eastbound by route 146. 495 to 128, only a 15-minute ride. 24 slow out of brockton. delays on the expressway. 15 to 20 braintree into boston. heading north, 93 southbound a
methuen into andover. >> we're following breaking news, including the cubs' world series win. >> a serious crash in boston and a tragic attack overseas. plus, they retired in their 30s. how you can do it too. we'll have their story. looking live over the city of boston, a nice start. pretty mild. cindy is warning about showers, though.
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