tv Newscenter 5 Eyeopener ABC November 19, 2016 8:00am-8:59am EST
announcer: now on newscenter 5 eyeopener -- rhondella: breaking news, a teenager is in serious condition. this video in from the scene. it happened 4:30 this morning. a 17-year-old was injured. doug: first on 5, former senator scott brown in the running for a trump cabinet spot, but he's president-elect. rhondella: a child hurt after being hit by a car getting off the school bus. how his family says a backpack may have saved his life. announcer: you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. rhondella: good morning. it's saturday, november 19. i'm rhondella richardson in for twoint this morning. doug: i'm doug meehan. did you buy your turkey yet?
the snow is coming as well. say it isn't snow. kelly ann: i'm not allowed to use the snow word yet. there's a hint of snow as we head into the forecast tonight into tomorrow. things are dry. it's clear overhead at this point, although clears will be moving in this afternoon. and the system that we're watching is producing some heavy rain. behind that, that snow chance producing blizzard warnings through the great lakes region. beautiful blue skies heading out right now, ou degrees. that's the case for most locations. a milder start will lead us into a milder afternoon as well. yesterday we were in the 60's. we're topping out in the 50's with increased clouds. more so on the coastline than inland. inland locations rhondella, could inch toward 60. rhondella: breaking overnight, a teenager is in serious condition
the 17-year-old driver allegedly sideswiped another car. that driver followed the teen and called police. officers saw the driver driving erratically without headlights. they stopped the pursuit. that's when the teen crashed and was found injured and lying in the road. the investigation is continuing. doug: also breaking overnight, boston police investigating a serious crash it happened on quincy street in dorchester around 11:00 last night. one person suffering serious injuries. we're told the driver did stay on the scene. rhondella: beverly firefighters putting out a fire on kelleher road. no one was hurt. doug: first on 5, former massachusetts senator scott brown is looking at a possible opportunity to join team trump. brown telling newscenter 5 he got a phone call from the president-elect yesterday afternoon.
affairs. newscenter 5's ben simmoneau spoke with the former senator at his home in new hampshire. >> my phone rang, and i have donald trump's number. it locked in. so it was obviously the president-elect. ben: on plane about to land at logan, scott brown's cellphone suddenly rang. it was donald trump, the man he endorsed all the way back before the new hampshire primary, asking brown for more help by possibly taking a cabinet post. >> he said what's your real passion? i said, well, my real passion is soldiers. men and women are dying. they're committing suicide at astronomical rates. ben: brown, a 35-year veteran, views viewing the department of veteran affairs as the toughest cabinet position. yet, the v.a. is something he feels a calling for. >> you read every day about somebody dying or some type of negligence or cover-up in the v.a., and it just makes you so angry. ben: brown says v.a. doctors and nurses need to get out to smaller towns where veterans live and work more seamlessly with the defense department.
>> immediate 365, 24/7 suicide hotline by a live person. people there. it's time to give back in a real meaningful way that can really change people's lives. ben: brown had been supporting president-elect trump for 10 months, even as he took heat from republicans like former massachusetts governor mitt romney. so we asked him what he thinks of a secretary of state romney, should it happen? >> they're both smart, dynamic guys. they can do a lot to offer. they can give a lot to this country. no job has officially been offered. scott brown says they'll have another conversation next week. in rye, new hampshire, ben simmoneau, wcvb newscenter 5. rhondella: mitt romney is expected to meet with president-elect donald trump today. that meeting will be held in bedminster, new jersey, where trump owns a golf course. as ben mentioned, the former massachusetts governor is reportedly considered for secretary of state. a trump spokesman says the president-elect is holding
an opportunity for trump to hear the thoughts and ideas of the best and brightest people. doug: check out this little guy. right now, the 9-year-old roslindale boy banged up after getting hit by a car just after he stepped off the school bus. his grandmother witnessing the whole thing. the eye's john atwater spoke with the child's family about that scary scene. >> he's pretty banged up and he's sore. john: evidence of the violent collision is all over his body. bumps and cuts on his head and a >> my grandson flew up in the air and then back down. john: his grandmother watched in horror as a car slammed into the fourth-grader right after he got off the bus. his mother says his backpack protected him. >> he landed on his bag, on his side. his bag kind of like, that's what basically, like, saved his back from being hurt. john: family says he was
kitteridge street as a car was coming over the hill. >> he just kept saying that his leg hurt. he had a big gash over his eye and a bump on his head. >> people come flying down this street all the time. it's -- it's dangerous. john: neighbors have long worried about this hill and now the boy's parents think the crash should prompt a review of the bus stop. >> hopefully, something gets done about the bus stop situation, because we don't want nothing like this to occur again. john: right now police and the school district are investigating to see if the crash could have been prevented. in the meantime, the boy's parents are pleadiit cautious around school buses. >> you have two minutes of your time to let children -- these are children -- off of a bus. like it's so important you need to stop. john: police are still investigating the circumstances of this crash, but they do say the driver stopped after the collision. at children's hospital, john atwater, wcvb newscenter 5. doug: all right, john. thank you. chelsea police need your help to track down the driver of this white minivan who drove over an
it happened yesterday morning. the 72-year-old victim received cuts on her head. she was taken to mass general hospital and is expected to survive. police say that minivan may be a dodge caravan with a missing front right side hubcap. rhondella: boston police looking for the person who phoned in a hoax that caused a scare on the b.u. campus. someone called the b.u. campus claiming he was barricaded inside a booby-trapped room at h a few minutes later, the person called back to say he had shot a hostage. the whole area was put on lockdown, sending students into a panic. >> right as i got to the door, i was just yelled at and told not to go inside, and i was like, what's going on? >> this coming from the b.u. police station, it was not a robocall. it was an actual person on the other end of the line answering questions. rhondella: eventually, the threat was determined to be a hoax. police are trying to trace the call. boston police make an arrest in a roxbury murder. 24-year-old anthony toombs was
this month. witnesses and surveillance video helped investigators identify the suspected shooter. police arrested antoiwane davis yesterday. just blocks from where the shooting happened. he's being held without bail after pleading not guilty in court. doug: a winchester man will serve life without parole for the murder of his mother. 48-year-old matthew mcaveeney pleaded guilty to the charges. prosecutors say he killed his mother, barbara, and her cats last october in their swanton st police say she had been dead two weeks before they found her body. he was arrested in north carolina a week later. rhondella: new this morning, recreational marijuana will soon be legally available in the bay state, but local police chiefs say it will be off-limits to officers on and off the job. the patriot ledger report chiefs are updating their employee policies to include pot on the
and firefighters in massachusetts has been prohibited for decades. doug: good news for drivers worried that the mass turnpike road work right add to the congestion on thanksgiving eve. we have an about-face for you. after saying construction crews would remain on the turnpike until noon next wednesday, the baker administration says the crews are going to stop by 5:00 a.m. on wednesday morning. nearly a million people in massachusetts are expected to hit the road to travel over thanksgiving. drive safely. rhondella: there you g one massachusetts-based sneaker company going after the other. rhondella: the way reebok is capitalizing on new balance's public relations mishap. and how reebok is responding to the banter this morning. >> we have a message for you. we hope you will hear us out. doug: this was interesting. v.p.-elect mike pence met by some boos at a "hamilton" show, however, the performers, as you see there, had a different message for him, and we'll have that for you next. kelly ann? kelly ann: the 60's of yesterday are gone.
announcement friday, but that deal still needs federal approval. experts say that might be a problem because the joint company will control nearly 90% of the market. under the new deal, the company would stay headquartered here in boston. a sneaker company rival taking advantage of new balance's public relations misstep. reebok is responding to critical and angry tweets about new balance's support of president-elect donald trump. reebok has been reaching out to those now former new balance kicks. canton-based reebok telling "the globe" it's not part of a bigger marketing campaign. it's just friendly outreach. rhondella: black friday is almost here. many retailers have already unveiled sales and deals, and there are certain credit cards that you can get the best bang for your buck. one is citi. go online and register what you buy.
if the price goes down, you can request a refund of up to $500 an item. chase has the same max payout. just submit a claim with the original receipt and the ad showing the lower price. discover and mastercard have similar programs with restrictions. so be sure to read the fine print. announcer: now your stormteam 5 forecast with meteorologist kelly ann cicalese. doug: we don't want to get ahead of ourselves. we have a nice day out there right now, take advantage of today before rhondella: winter hits us. kelly ann: we're seeing a drop from yesterday's 60's. it's in the 50's. the rain will hold off until tonight. things are timing out just right for much of the region. here's a look at that. we see high likelihood of showers for early tomorrow morning. we're talking about the 5:00 to
with that, while most of us see a very cool and breezy rain, some of our western locations, especially through western new england, so the berkshires and even through the green mountains of vermont, will see some snowfall early tomorrow morning. we're watching that as we head into the afternoon and evening as well. things are mainly dry. we have those clouds and gusty winds as well. you'll notice things will feel quite a bit cooler tomorrow. with that cold blast in place, there is a chance for a few snowflakes to fly even outsi tomorrow evening. here's that big system we're tracking. you can see that stretch of rainfall making its way through toronto through west virginia and then behind that the winds are bringing blizzard warnings through much of the great lakes, bringing that next chance of snowfall for areas of new england. right now things are looking relatively dry and clear, but look closely what we're seeing in the southern portions of the coast right now moving out into the cape as well. there's a very light cloud deck
low clouds hinting at the clouds that will continue to develop as they push westward throughout the afternoon forecast today. that's something we're watching mainly on the coastline today. those clouds keeping our temperatures just slightly cooler along the coast when compared to inland locations. right now 46 in boston. plymouth at a warm 49 degrees. perfect conditions for kicking off the opening ceremonies today. also as we move inland, there's those 30's. it's quite a bit colder to start this morning. as i mentioned, with that sun massachusetts today, that's where we see the likelihood of a high near 60 degrees in pittsfield. quite a bit warmer than the low to mid 50's we're expecting for boston and much of the coastline for this afternoon as well. low pressure off the atlantic is bringing clouds onto the coastline for this afternoon. we're watching what's next, which, of course, is that big system bringing that rainfall. that moves in with a cold front as we move into late tonight into sunday morning. with that, we do see the high likelihood of showers.
snowfall? that will try to wrap behind the cold front bringing the chance of snowfall more likely to the mountains, but we could see flakes elsewhere. here's a look at that. the worcester hills sunday night especially could see a very light coating of snow trying to push through. in the lower elevations, where many of us live, possible flake or two, but really mostly staying outside of that snow chance. moving into the berkshires, though, that's where we see that close to 2-inch mark as we head into sunday n evening as well. your seven-day forecast includes big changes heading our way. we're going from the 50's down into the 40's tomorrow. and just about 40 as we head into monday as well. thanksgiving day, of course, all eyes are on that. temperatures will stay cool in the 40's, but that's also going to bring our next rainmaker. so with that pushing in, doug and rhondella, we see the next chance of a few snowflakes moving into the area. rhondella: thank you, kelly ann. the time is now 8:17.
doug: the man who fired at police during a standoff in norton is behind bars. police saying the 42-year-old heath mullet barricaded himself in his home yesterday. a woman and a young child managed to escape from that house during the standoff. he held police at bay and did open fire, hitting the police car there. this is what the window of that home looked like. you can see it's full of bullet holes. police found guns, ammunition and knives inside that home. >> you're walking out but i hope you'll say a few more minutes. rhondella: vice president-elect mike pence greeted with boos and applause at the hit broadway musical "hamilton." at the end of the performance, the cast addressed the v.p.-elect saying they hoped the show inspired him to uphold american values and work on behalf of all of us. the musical celebrates diversity and the critical role immigrants played in the american revolution.
inducting 17 new cardinals from five continents. and three of them are from the united states. the ceremony happening earlier this morning at st. peter's basilica. we have chicago and indianapolis archbishops and a bishop from texas among those elevated to cardinal by the pope. during the ceremony, the pope spoke out about what he talks about a surge of polarization in the world. announcer: now here's bob halloran with sportscenter 5 powered by xfinity. bob: the celtics were probably closer to getting kevin durant in the off-seath to beating him last night. celtics kept it close for a while with the western conference all-stars also known as the golden state warriors. but durant and company just too much firepower. and the celtics were without al horford and jae crowder once again. there's a look at durant doing a little bit of everything. the running, one-handed floater gave the warriors the lead. a couple of nice passes. durant with 23 points, 10 boards, and seven assists. celtic fans getting a good look at what might have been. and it was a bit excruciating to
highlight of the night for the celtics here. terry rozier finds avery bradley with the half-court alley-oop. celtics trailed by 7 at the break. still a game, but they got blown out in the third quarter. warriors on an 18-0 run. this is durant with the finish. the warriors outscore the celtics 31-9 in the third. and that's all she wrote. coming up, zaza pachulia hits a "j" and then kind of dances a little, which is not cool. the celtics fought hard till the end like they do. but in the end, they fall 104-88. 10 straight wins over yale in the game today. boston college takes on u-conn. and the bruins are home against winnipeg tonight. that's sports. have a great day. doug: all right, bobby. thank you. cross-fit for kids, that's not new. but a massachusetts-born effort to bring the popular workout to homeless kids is. rhondella: and this morning in the 5 for good, erika tarantal tells us about the nourishing of minds and bodies of these vulnerable children and one local fifth grader has become quite the
erika: pretty impressive. shiloh ellis is 10. he's been doing cross-fit since he was 7. >> it makes me feel more confident, and i kind of like it. erika: he's kind of good at it too, winning competitions he can lift, but his strength of heart is most outstanding. >> great job, guys. keep it moving. erika: he's the number one fundraiser for an organization called kettle belts for kids. >> there's a lot of nonprofits out there that support sherlt, food, education, even early education for homeless kids. but there's no one bringing fitness into shelters for homeless kids. erika: a huge missing piece says founder amy owens. her organization has been supporting shelters with play spaces. this spring they start a pilot program in the boston area bringing their own workouts into shelters. >> we're working with cross-fit and cross-fit kids to take the curriculum and then adapt it a bit to really be able to work on
this is something shelters need. erika: the former head of the national center on family homelessness has been consulting on the program. >> for kids, movement is critical. for young children in particular, when you move, it's actually tied to your brain development. erika: it was a sad statistic that sparked shiloh's passion. >> average age of a homeless person is 9 years old in our country. erika: he was 9 when he first met amy. >> why should there be homelessness? erika: since then, he's raised some s $20,000 for kettle bell for kids. talk about a champion for a cause that plans to change so many lives. >> if we support children's development now and help develop them for the future, we are literally changing the course and saving generations for years to come. erika: born in mass, kettle bells for kids is expanding nationally, already in two dozen states. find out how to support the
rhondella: well done. doug: some kids lifting more than, you know, just some weights. they're lifting spirits and doing some amazing things. rhondella: yes. doug: believe it or not, thanksgiving is inching closer. that means turkey sales are increasing. rhondella: one turkey may be spared. how its commune relations is paying off. doug: a live look in cambridge this morning. speaking of just a gorgeous morning, nice andlm sun's out. rhondella: beautiful. doug: take advantage of it. kelly ann says rain is on the way and snow for some.
kelly ann: heading out the door right now, not too bad. we're seeing most of us in the 40's, even near 50 degrees. it's a nice mild start. we're even seeing sunshine still in place for spots. right now in boston, 46 degrees. hyannis at 50. but notice that for the cape, we are starting to see some continue to develop throughout the forecast today. that means as you're heading out to the parade in plymouth, we're expecting those skies to eventually turn mostly cloudy. temperatures topping out in the 50's. doug and rhondella, more details coming up. rhondella: thank you, kelly ann. thanksgiving is just days away. it appears at least one turkey is getting a free pass. doug: meet miss toni. she's been living with this wisconsin neighborhood her whole life. the neighbors have been caring
they tried to take her to a wildlife sanctuary, but she found her way back home. they neighbors say they don't mind. she really seems to like the people and the pets and the cars. go for a ride, shall we? pretty good. 8:27 is your time. a local mayor is fighting back. rhondella: police now investigating after he was sent a threatening note. how that mayor is responding. doug: also, check this out. it's not snow. it's not soap. but it is covering everything. the foam mystery in calor another live look from outside there in cambridge looking across the charles. a glorious start to your day. and the weekend, however, is going to change a bit. so stick around. kelly ann will let you know when
announcer: now on newscenter 5 eyeopener -- kelly ann: tracking some cold air moving in this having big changes plus when some areas could see some snow. rhondella: the president-elect national security team taking form. trump's controversial choices and the criticism from a massachusetts senator. doug: a local mayor is fighting back. the threatening note sent to him and how he's responding this morning. announcer: you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. doug: good morning, everybody. 8:30 on this saturday morning.
going out for a little ride. rhondella: get the saturday started. i'm rhondella richardson in for antoinette. kelly ann: we saw that beautiful sunshine out there. enjoy it while you can. doug: really? kelly ann: big changes. we're tracking it tonight into tomorrow. that's bringing rainfall and even some snow for some. i'm saying some. that doesn't mean we'll all see it. as we head to the mountains, that's where we could see some accumulating snowfall. heading out right now, w coast. heading through new hampshire and also through western portions of massachusetts, we're getting some reports of some very low fog. so watch for that with some of your morning travel. outside of that, things are looking relatively quiet as the main storm system we're tracking is well off to our west. this is the big rainmaker which will be pushing through late tonight, mainly through your sunday morning. with that, the big blast of fall which brings gusty winds into the forecast tomorrow and also monday.
sunshine. it's going to be a nice mild forecast today, but notice how those temperatures drop into the 50's after sitting in the 60's yesterday. rhondella, that cool trend continues into tomorrow. details coming up. rhondella: thank you, kelly ann. breaking overnight, a serious crash under investigation in wareham. a 17-year-old driver suffering serious injuries after being thrown from a car. it happened around 4:30 this morning on county road. police say the teen sideswiped another car, then drove out happened, but the chase was called off before the crash. the car slid off the road, striking several trees. breaking in dorchester, a car crashes into a person on quincy street in dorchester. that patient is being treated for serious injuries. it happened around 11:00 last night. we're told the driver did stay on the scene. the crash is under investigation. doug: right now, a 9-year-old from roslindale is recovering after getting struck from a car. he was getting off the school bus when he was hit. it happened right in front of
police and the school are trying to figure out if that crash could have been prevented. rhondella: former massachusetts senator scott brown is up for a position in the trump administration. it's a story you saw first on 5, brown telling newscenter 5 he received a call from the president-elect. he is being considered for secretary of veteran affairs. doug: the president-elect has already named three key members of his national security team. and as nichole berlie explains, two of them are already coming under fire. nichole: team trump announcing alabama senator jeff sessions for attorney general, lieutenant general michael flynn for national security advisor and representative michael pompeo of kansas as cia director. amid the announcements, controversy. sessions, an alabama senator for 20 years, was blocked from a federal judgeship in 1986 after allegations he made racial remarks, including testimony from a black u.s. attorney who says sessions called him, quote, boy. sessions denied those
i am not insensitive to blacks. nichole: the aclu, naacp and massachusetts senator elizabeth warren are criticizing the selection of jeff sessions. >> i strongly urge donald trump to withdraw any consideration of senator sessions. but if donald trump fails to do that, then there will be a moral question in the united states senate. nichole: michael flynn is questioned by some for his relationship with russia and his book in which he wrote i don't believe all cultures are morally equivalent. but no signs of worry from team trump. >> we've got a great number of men and women, great qualifications, come forward to serve this new administration. nichole: there are also critiques of the lack of diversity on trump's cabinet with all confirmed position announcements so far going to white men. nichole berlie, wcvb newscenter 5.
the president-elect now paying $25 million to settle three fraud lawsuits against his defunct trump university. the class-action lawsuit charged that trump u failed to deliver on its promise to educate people about the real estate market. the settlement means the plaintiffs will get at least half of their money back. trump's lawyer says the settlements are not an admission of guilt. trump had repeatedly said in the past that he would not agree to a settlement. rhondella: a cape cod stunned by the arrest of a teen, the captain of a high school football team accused of a school bus attack on a 14-year-old girl. his team taking the field without him. newscenter 5's diane cho with the story from bourne. diane: police say the teen girl was attacked while walking to her bus stop on puritan road when suddenly, they say, she was grabbed from behind. players from the upper cape cod regional technical school take the field friday night without one of their captains. that's because 18-year-old john
kidnapping. >> the perpetrator in this case tackled her from behind, placed his arm around her neck while she was on the ground, applying pressure. diane: prosecutors say the victim is a 14-year-old girl. they say she was walking to her bus stop on november 10 when she was attacked. prosecutors say another teen saw what happened and screamed, causing the suspect to take off. >> the vehicle in question, according to the police report, is a very distinguishable type vehicle. diane: prosecutors say several witnesses saw the car several days prior to the attack and on the day it happened, but allen's attorney argues there are several inconsistencies not only regarding the description of the attacker but also the vehicle. >> the only eyewitness of the assailant is this young girl who was in close proximity to the victim. she was shown a photo array. the defendant's photo was in that photo array. she failed to identify anybody within that photo array.
school tells us allen is a good student. >> he's not had a discipline history, so it is surprising. diane: the suspect is being held behind bars until another court hearing takes place on tuesday. in bourne, diane cho, wcvb newscenter 5. doug: diane, thank you. an arrest warrant will be issued monday for a woman who suffered an apparent drug overdose in a lawrence dollar store. you remember this heartbreaking video showing the woman's young daughter trying to wake her mother. mandy mcgowen did sh mcgowen's daughter is now in state custody. rhondella: police in maine investigating a deadly crash. a man and his 5-year-old were killed after their car was hit by a box truck on the maine turnpike. it happened yesterday afternoon, backing up traffic for eight miles. police say a 56-year-old driver from lowell was behind the wheel of the truck when it struck the car and landed on top of it. the driver was delivering mail
local mayor is threatened because he's gay. doug: the mayor of holyoke going public with that threat. newscenter 5's julie loncich has his response. julie: friday morning, the mayor did something he wouldn't normally do. he got personal. >> i'm not one to share these things publicly, you know, like i think i'll be fine, like i can take it. julie: but this, he says, was simply too much. mayor moore is openly gay. when this note arrived, he paused and then posted, sharing the anonyms are one of the most selfish people that i know due to your gay lifestyle. you are going down. hate mail, moore says, isn't uncommon, but this was something else entirely. >> i think, you know, given the postelection culture that has been, i think, magnified over the last week and a half or so, i think a lot of people have been emboldened to have more overt displays of homophobia and racism and xenophobia. julie: moore became the youngest
five years later, in his second term now, other constituents are promising to stand by his side. >> i think it's important for me as a public official to recognize that no area of this country is immune to hatred and homophobia. i think it's important to shine a light on that. julie: as of friday evening, that facebook post had been seen nearly a thousand times and hundreds have left comments of support. julie loncich, wcvb newscenter 5. rhondella: more than 300 calls have come into the newly created state harassment hotline. attorney general maura healey's office set it up monday to support hateful behavior following the november 8 election. >> they range from calls where people have been run off the road and called the "n" word. in our state, folks. okay. i just want to be really clear. this stuff is real, where people came out and had -- a latino couple came out and had their car keyed.
rhondella: healey says americans need to get back to an old-fashioned notion where there is right and there is wrong. doug: this morning, boston mayor walsh is holding his first community meeting on racism. the mayor is inviting neighbors to discuss his plans for a year-long project to talk about racism and help healing the city's scars. the goal is to hold talks with small groups and reach out to all neighborhoods. 8:40 is your time on this saturday morning. everybody has a different way of cooking their thanksgiving turkey. rhondella: if you deep-fry up. the best advice to make sure your turkey cooking is safe. doug: caught on camera. check it out. it looks like snow. it looks like it could even be snow. but it is neither. the foam mystery in california. kelly ann? kelly ann: clouds moving in today, keeping our temperatures cooler. i'm tracking the chance of showers tomorrow and the
instead of the brake. luckily, nobody inside. and check this out. that is not snow you're seeing at the san jose international airport. it's foam spewing out of a large hangar, normally used to put out fires. yesterday it discharged accidentally. it started spilling out into the streets. by midday, the sea of foam was several feet deep. one man just couldn't help himself. and there he is. he says he couldn't even see through it as he rode his book through that fluffy mess. rhondella: i have the other kind of white stuff. a deadly blizzard on the move through the midwest right now. white-out conditions in minnesota causing accident after accident. more than 300 crashes reported already with ice and wind gusts reducing visibility. drivers warned to stay off the road and some big delays at denver international airport. but some say it's about time. >> it's overdue, so we were expecting it a long time ago. so we're pretty prepared for it. rhondella: snow falling 4 inches per hour in some places with temperatures plummeting into the teens. icy roads are going to be
doug: kelly ann, please tell us we're not going to see anything like that. kelly ann: that's not a shocker for those folks. i've lived in denver before. doug: 80 degrees the day before. kelly ann: normal for them. for us, we'll have to wait for that kind of -- rhondella: i need a slower transition. kelly ann: that's what we're looking to see. right now, we're seeing beautiful, sunny skies overhead. it's a half and half forecast this weekend. we have the sun in place today. eventually, those clouds are moving in this then, of course, heading out tomorrow, that's when that cool air will move in along with some of those showers we're looking to track as well. so here's the big reason for that change. the storm system out to our west, which right now is causing blizzard conditions through the great lakes, we're not going to see that here locally, but here's the thing. you move through western new england and much of vermont, we see that chance of snow looking to accumulate to even near half a foot at some of the highest elevations.
behind that system which will not only make things feel cooler, but that's going to keep our temperatures on the lower end of the scale through much of next week as well. here's some of the clouds moving in over some of the far southern portions of our coastline, especially through the cape and islands where we're seeing a very low cloud deck, even a spot drizzle. those will keep the temperatures along the coast cooler. righw mid to up er 40's. in western massachusetts, we're in the lower 30's and a few upper 20's to start off the morning hours. your day planner looking mild. we do have clouds moving in on the coastline keeping our temperatures in the low to mid 50's, but for inner portions of new england, that's where we see the likelihood of those temperatures inching closer to 60 degrees.
by late this evening, a spot shower or two, but the best chance of rain holding off until sunday morning. there are those clouds moving in as we move into the late morning folk. notice how boston still sunny, but by this afternoon, those clouds are creeping westward, and by 5:00 this evening, those clouds are moving onto 128 and much of rhode island as well. by late tonight, there are spot shower chances. the main rainfall holds off until tomorrow morning pushing through the area with the chance ofvi and eventually we're tracking some of this snowfall in the higher elevations eventually trying to make its way toward the lower elevations as well. at this point, most of us missing out on the best snow chance. could see a flake or two, but the worcester hills westward seeing two to six inches especially through the green mountains of vermont this weekend. seven-day forecast is looking mild to start. we're in the 50's today.
speaking of winds, monday, we have those winds actually keeping our wind-chill factor, basically what it feels-like temperature, down into the teens. notice how pittsfield monday evening has a wind-chill factor of 7 degrees. so it's a very big cooldown to start this week. that's going to be the case through much of the week as well, even for thanksgiving, doug. temperatures are hanging out in the 40's with our next chance of rain. doug: eat the turkey then. thanks, kelly ann. it's that time of the year when you adults may be looking for a h the north shore, one with a variety of flavor twists. it's made right here in mass. >> you know the phrase the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. we like to have you think we're that apple that did fall far from the tree. doug: boy, have they. with names like purple people eater, ectoplasm and beetle juice, the far from the tree cider company in salem, they're
of the orchard. >> even though we're doing it the same way as a hundred years ago, it's very different. these apples have higher tanins. we like to use these. doug: the native and state grad began brewing his craft cider business three years ago. it's where he started that might surprise you. >> i got into cider because i was originally a wine guy. doug: after college, he spent years traveling and working the vineyards of europe. when he returned home, he realized the perfect fruit for en >> we get all of our apples from massachusetts. we ferment it slowly over the winter in our cellar next door, and as it's fermenting, it turns into alcohol. we age it either in a barrel or in a tank, and then it's a hard cider. doug: that's just the beginning. this building that once housed the first gas station in salem now serves as a tasting room so the public can sample his concoctions and get that
some are. people say that's really interesting. thank you, but no thanks in the future. some people say, wow. i didn't expect that to taste that good. doug: al says although his company is rooted in tradition, they are unique to the core. >> nothing's wrong. we're learning every time we do something. so that's really kind of the most satisfying part of what we do. doug: i recommend the chai one. it's so good. you can find far from the tree ll restaurants and liquor stores. to find one near you, go on their website. rhondella: some firefighters are sounding the alarm. firefighter recommend setting your fryer more than 10 feet away from your home. make sure the turkey is thawed and dry and keep an eye on the oil temperature. doug: breaking news from overnight. rhondella: a teen in serious
crash on a county road. the 17-year-old driver hit another car, then drove off erratically. that's when there was a brief police chase. the driver skidded off the road. he is in serious condition right now. doug: breaking overnight in dorchester, boston police are investigating a serious crash on quincy street. police say a car struck a person at around 11:00 last night. that patient suffering from serious injuries. police say that that driver did stay on the scene. rhondella: right now, owners of apartments on kelleher road will overnight fire. it started in a maintenance garage after 1:00 this morning. no one was fire. the fire is under investigation. doug: police and school officials are looking into the crash that sent a fourth grader into the hospital. the boy was hit by a passing car getting off the school bus. the child is banged up but expected to be okay. chelsea police need your help to track down the driver of this
elderly woman crossing broadway. this happened yesterday morning. the 72-year-old receiving cuts on her head. she is expected to survive. police say the minivan may be a dodge caravan with a missing front right-side hubcap. >> i see you walking out, but i hope you will hear just a few more moments. rhondella: the cast of the hit broadway musical "hamilton" has a message for mike pence. they read a statement they hoped the show inspired him to uphold american values and work on behalf of all of us. just minutes ago, president-elect donald trump tweeted our wonderful future vice president mike pence was harassed by the cast of "hamilton." this should not happen. president-elect donald trump is considering a familiar name for secretary of veteran affairs. former massachusetts senator scott brown tells newscenter 5 that he got the call from trump. more discussion will be held
a big turnout for a local girl battling cancer. 3-year-old lola rose anderson of middleton is fighting a rare cancer. she got a special ride from the middleton police chief. flanked by dozens of motorcycles across the area, cops for kids with cancer donated $5,000 to lola and her own police car. doug: we've been talking about this kelly ann: i was on everyone's good side. now i'm on everyone's bad side. it won't be too much of a change today. a 10-degree drop, from the 60's yesterday to the 50's today. still holding on to mildness as we're heading out to the parade in plymouth. it's tonight and tomorrow the rain creeps in. especially tomorrow morning. heading out early, watch for your travel. it will become heavy at times. in the afternoon, gusty winds. highs in the 40's.
announcer: "jack hanna's wild countdown" is sponsored by nationwide. jack: hi, everyonei' zoo, and welcome to "wild countdown." animals have so many different, amazing adaptations, it's easy to overlook one of the most common, feet. tell you what, it beats walking across the desert. but feet are as unique as the animals they belong to. from horses-- you ever been kicked? brent: um, about 3 times a day. jack: to lions-- he said i'm not letting go of this, buddy. to elephants-- sue: that is cushioned, feel that. jack: good night. today, we're looking at 6 creatures with fascinating feet. plus, my blooper of the