tv Newscenter 5 Eyeopener ABC November 20, 2016 5:00am-6:00am EST
announcer: now, on newscenter 5 eyeopener -- kelly ann: showers this morning and the areas that might see some snow. antoinette: an accident in duxbury. doug: the tip that led to an arrest to a hit and run. that incident caught on camera. announcer: you're watching boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. doug: sunday morning, november 20. i'm doug meehan. antoinette: i'm antoinette antonio. dark and early. 5:00. nice to sleep in yesterday. doug: how was the parade? antoinette: fantastic. doug's a little jealous this morning. doug: in the meantime, kelly ann, what is that behind you? kelly ann: big changes from yesterday's parade conditions. there are the showers creeping
moving toward downtown boston, but as you can see, worcester, we have a good steady shower moving through. it is a cool, gusty rain. many of us in the 40's. in the afternoon, our temperatures will not be getting any warmer. we're staying in the 40's throughout the entire day. we're also starting to see snow moving in mainly affecting the berkshires. you can see the snow mixing in with the rainfall. it's not just the berksh. we're seeing this through much of new england through northern new york extending into western portions of new york affecting the green mountains. this is the snow that we're watching for later this afternoon and evening. most of us missing out on that, but it is something that's going to bring a big cooldown to our area. right now, our temperatures in the 40's, about 47 degrees in downtown boston. those temperatures will fall just a bit as we see that sun
expected with those winds gusting near 40 miles per hour, doug and antoinette. antoinette: all right, kelly ann, thank you. osha investigating a deadly construction site accident in duxbury. doug: this one is awful. one worker was killed while working with a power saw. it happened saturday afternoon on newtown way. police say the 28-year-old man was hit in the throat. firefighters requested a helicopter transport but were told one wasn't available at the time. >> we decided to the beth israel hospital in plymouth. again, significant injuries. had to call osha to come and investigate the accident. they're currently investigating that now with the duxbury police department. doug: firefighters tell us the man died of his injuries at the hospital. his name has not been released. antoinette: a teenager is under arrest after dragging a man from a moving truck. police found that teen driving erratically in worcester.
his arm. the 45-year-old man was eventually freed and he ended up with serious injuries. no word on how he ended up being dragged. that teenager, meanwhile, sped off while police followed. officers arrested him after a brief struggle, and he is now facing several charges. doug: an arrest has been made in this hit-and-run in chelsea. police say it was a tip that helped lead to the arrest of 25-year-old arnold hernandez of lynn on that hit a 72-year-old woman crossing the street. police impounded the minivan as evidence. the woman is expected to recover. we're learning more about a victim hit by a car while walking in a dorchester street friday night. the pedestrian was a woman in her 50's. she was seriously hurt on quincy street. police say the driver stayed at the scene. no charges at this time. antoinette: boston police are asking for your help to track down whoever's responsible for
park on normandy street saturday morning. police say they were called out just before 3:00 a.m. the victim, a man in his late 20's, died at the scene. no other details about the shooting have been released. lawyers for gary sampson preparing their defense in his sentencing retrial. they will begin their case tomorrow. sampson was sentenced to death for a murder spree in 2001 that left three people dead in massachusetts and new hampshire. he was granted a federal prosecutors rested their case on thursday after family members of those killed took the stand. doug: well, an unlikely pair holding a high-level meeting yesterday. president-elect donald trump sitting down with one of his toughest critics, former massachusetts governor mitt romney. that meeting comes as trump works to fill out his cabinet. romney in the running for secretary of state.
the meeting lasted nearly 90 minutes. no sign of a done deal. >> we had a far-reaching conversation with regards to the various theaters in the world where there are interests of the united states of real significance and look forward to the coming administration. doug: trump also met with retired marine corps general james mattis, considered a top prospect for defense secretary. the president-elect has more meetings on deck another local connection to trump's presidency, manchester, new hampshire, police chief nick willard could be in line for a law enforcement position within trump's team. the union leader reporting that willard and trump have engaged in conversation, the newspaper saying willard could be asked to fill roles at the office of national drugs policy or the u.s. department of justice. antoinette: the president-elect also lashing out after friday
mike pence arrived at the show to a crowd cheering and booing. at the end of the show, the cast addressed pence directly, saying they hoped the show inspired him to uphold our american values. trump was not a fan of that, tweeting yesterday that the cast harassed his v.p. actor brandon dixon has a different view. >> i'm so glad that he stayed, because he stayed, and he listened. and i truly appreciate him doing that. antoinette: trump tweeted that the actor should pence. somerville mayor joe curtatone tweeted this at trump. quote, you need to be better than this or nation is in serious trouble. people are going to speak out. and your job is to listen. doug: two senior officials are asking president obama to replace the chief of the national security agency. ash carter and director of national intelligence james clapper believe that admiral michael rogers is not working
deal with -- to deal with cyber attacks. the president wants separate -- to separate the nsa's traditional intelligence gathering from its cyber command, replacing rogers would be an unprecedented move. trump is reportedly considering rogers to take over clapper's job. antoinette: all right. that big powerball jackpot, well, continues to grow. doug: this is why. antoinette: losing again. doug: loser. there were no jackpot winners in yesterday's drawing. yo that didn't win, 16, 24, 28, 43, 61, and the powerball of 21. i didn't even get a sniff. last night's jackpot was $320 million. it was the 18th drawing since the jackpot was last hit. next drawing is wednesday. $359 million prize. that's a lot of turkeys. you can get your tickets until just before 10:00 at night. antoinette: not even two bucks.
morning, a stunning discovery at a crash scene in texas. doug: unbelievable. what a tow truck driver found that everybody else missed. antoinette: a recall of a popular snack. the concern over a brand of hummus that's getting pulled from store shelves. kelly ann? kelly ann: i'm tracking cool rain and snow for some and then
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hen you can have it all on verizon? doug: with local turkey farmers says business is good. don't ask the turkeys. the owner of lilac hedge farm sold 5 turkeys. now they're selling 700. open for birds, there are customers who wait until the last week to order. >> the kids selling our meat are also baling hey. they know what they're doing. people want to know where their food is coming from. doug: the good news is mackay says they still have a good supply left of turkeys between 14 and 20 pounds. antoinette: the salvation army
thanksgiving. the organization handed out nearly 2,100 meal baskets saturday including turkey, a roasting pan, vegetables and pumpkin pie. the salvation army says it's giving away 75% more baskets this year than five years ago. >> i think folks experiencing poverty, folks who are working a couple of part-time jobs just to try to make ends meet, are not quite experiencing the same economic recovery that everybody is. antoinette: says thanks to generous donations, it will likely have enough thanksgiving bag kets for everyone who needs one. yesterday made for a beautiful day for america's hometown thanksgiving parade in plymouth. i know. it's an amazing sight out there. volunteers work hard to make that parade a big success. and it is so much fun. the floats honor the history of plymouth including the pilgrims and the mayflower. it is an annual tradition for thousands of people, including
the parade along with randy, emily, cindy and olessa. wow, what a crowd turnout. seeing everyone out there was amazing. so awesome. and they are so welcoming down there in plymouth. doug: how's the wrist? antoinette: such a good time. doug: love it. have you noticed the color coordination here? antoinette: ah, the maps. kelly ann: we do warnings and advisories have been issued not so much in boston. it's when we move into western massachusetts. winter storm warnings extended into the berkshires. there's the snow on the radar. it's creeping in. i know, it's getting very close at this point. most of us right now looking to see that rain eventually inch toward the area, but that snow is locking in place for some areas of western massachusetts
much of today and even early tomorrow morning as well. here's a breakdown of what we're seeing. zoom in. boston is dry. this extent of the very light rain is trying to make its way to 128. a lot of this isn't falling yet. keep that in mind. it's mainly as we move into this dark green color that we're seeing the rain falling. that's much of worcester county just west of 495 and extending westward. that's where we're seeing the steadiest of showers along the mass pike as well, moving westward where we eventually see that snow line in. mainly for the berkshires. that's where we see the likelihood of heavier accumulations of snowfall, especially for elevations above 1500 feet. that's where the winter storm warnings are really going into effect where we could see upward of half a foot of snow if not more, especially extending through the green mountains. low pressure in place. that's circulating that cold air along with that snow chance. if we see anything outside of the mountains, likely just a few flakes, something we're watching for later on today.
degrees in boston, 30's as we push westward with pittsfield at 32 degrees. you're heading out right now. that's as warm as we're going to get today. temperatures are going to struggle to get any warmer. we're topping out in the low to mid 40's. those winds gusting near 40 to even 50 miles per hour will make the temperatures feel like it's just about 30 degrees out there. and that will be the case throughout not only today but much of tomorrow as well. here's that rain track. it's pushing into downtown boston as we inch closer to the 6:00 a.m. hour. the question is where's the snow? and at this point most of that is staying west into the berkshires. as we move toward the late morning to early afternoon, notice how some of that rain/snow mix extends out toward the worcester hills. so some of the higher hills could see some grassy coating with that snow pushing eastward. notice how that sticks around into the evening as well. dry along the coastline onto the cape. some of those lingering clouds
early tomorrow morning. could see a few flakes moving toward some of the lower elevations, but most of us will be missing out on accumulations. so we're talking about a few wet snowflakes as this rain comes to an end. heavier accumulations as you push westward and those mountains seeing closer to even 8 inches of snow on the highest of elevations. your seven-day forecast, we are cooling down to 40's tomorrow, feeling like 30. we h single digits for much of tomorrow. now we inch closer to thanksgiving. with that we do see temperatures staying on the lower end of the scale. highs in the 40's. and, in fact, for thanksgiving day, our next chance of rain approaches the area and likely sticks around for much of thanksgiving weekend as well. antoinette: it is cooling down. kelly ann, thank you. 5:16. taking a look at some of the other stories we're following right now. doug: two people under arrest in connection with the killing of a
15-year-old jovan wilson, the grandson of representative danny davis, was shot friday after an argument that may have started over sneakers. davis says he's grieving for his family but says, quote, better education may have prevented that incident. antoinette: listeria concerns forcing sabra dipping company to pull hummus and spreads with a best before date through january 23, 2017, off the shelves. the fda says the products were manufactured at a plant where listeria monocytogenes were found. listeria symptoms can include fever, muscle aches, stiffness, and stomach pain. consumers are urged to discard the product immediately. doug: a stunning situation in texas. first responders somehow missed a toddler on the floor of that crashed s.u.v. the 3-year-old girl apparently thrown to the floor in that accident. a local fire chief says responders saw the car seat in
empty, but could not open the backdoor. it was a tow truck driver that found her after taking the car to a junkyard. she was rushed to the hospital with serious injuries. announcer: now here's bob halloran with sportscenter 5 powered by xfinity. bob: the patriots will square off with the 49'ers in san francisco later this afternoon without rob gronkowski due to injury and without defensive end jabaal sheard due to coach's decision. sheard, a healthy scratch, left behind in new england. he went to the celtics game on friday and could have gone to the bruins-jets game last nightly. not much of a hockey fan, i guess. well, he missed the bruins scoring three unanswered goals in the second period. brad marchand and patrice bergeron breaking out of their mini-slumps. the bruins go on to beat winnipeg 4-1. celtics in detroit. final minute. tobias harris knocks down a three to tie the game at 92. the celtics didn't call timeout. they just head down the floor, and crowder gets a good look.
he misses. and horford puts it up and in. celtics take the lead. pistons have one last chance, but here comes horford. he makes the block, preserving the 94-92 win. the celtics play again in minnesota tomorrow. that's sports. have a great day. antoinette: from sneakers to electronics to contain energy to absorb impact. doug: researchers at m.i.t. changi mike wankum has this morning's cutting edge. mike: this is not your average classroom experiment. researchers testing material that is essentially a shock absorber found inside all sorts of products. >> they are in your shoes. they're in protective equipment for helmets or for pads, for example. they're inside components to protect electronics like, say,
build that material using 3d printers. >> the robot on the left when it lands bounces much less. mike: the printers change how impact is absorbed. here, the black robot has a special skin that prevents bounce and gives a more precise landing. >> we added liquid to it. the liquid basically helps absorb the energy and keep it in to the design process is using tiny drops of liquid throughout the material. >> here's a standard material. bounces pretty normally. here's our augmented material. mike: the work in the lab is focused on robots, but the more mainstream use, better protection inside helmets, stronger cell phones, and in space, m.i.t.'s material could help a rover land on target while reducing impact on electronics inside. >> we're still dreaming about
mike: mike wankum, wcvb, newscenter 5. antoinette: those guys at m.i.t., man. doug: very busy over there. antoinette: pats q.b. tom brady in san francisco near his hometown. doug: how he's adjusting his childhood memories and photos to prove it. antoinette: a brain tumor would be devastating news for anyone. for this 11-year-old, it was part of a live look at the zakim bridge. but further west, snow is on the radar. will it make an approach to eastern mass and the surrounding areas? kelly ann feverishly working at
kelly ann: conditions heading out as we're tracking rain and snow into the area for some. winter storm warning has been issued for far western portions of massachusetts including the berkshires until 7:00 this evening. we also have that winter weather advisory which extends just outside of the berkshires and into western mass. wind advisory goes into effect later this morning and through monday evening. that's because we could see wind gusts between 40 to even 50 miles an hour. a huge factor throughout the day and tomorrow. showers moving through right now. more on their track and how we
in the next forecast. doug: kelly ann, thank you. a brain tumor at any age would be devastating news. antoinette: but for this week's a-plus, relearning how to walk and use his hands as an 11-year-old was just part of life's challenges. i caught up with lyeth sayegh at catholic memorial high school in west roxbury. >> good to meet you. antoinette: just like any high school senior, lyeth sayegh is busy with college applica but unlike most kids, he's recovered from brain surgery. >> i was put in children's hospital, and i had surgery to remove a brain tumor in the right half of my cerebellum. antoinette: that was when lyeth was in seventh grade. >> i had to relearn how to walk, use my hands. i ended up switching from a righty to a lefty. i didn't understand. i wasn't in shock when i first found out. antoinette: sure enough, that
>> i'm out with a stomach virus and i'll be in tomorrow and i'll do a full day and i'll be up and down stairs. antoinette: sidelined for several months, but thanks to his perseverance and amazing neurology team at dana farber, he entered high school with a goal to become a pediatric oncologist. >> i can to conquer it. antoinette: it's unwavering optimism which will one day help in healing others, lyeth sayegh of catholic memorial, this week's a-plus. do you know an exceptional student? you can submit a nomination at wcvb.com. just click as seen on. doug: that is unbelievable. he literally after the surgery went from a righty to a lefty. antoinette: he said it's something he couldn't control. it's what his brain was telling him to do. that's what felt natural.
right hand like play golf and bowling. doug: remarkable. his long-term prognosis -- antoinette: everything looking good. he's doing great. a new tool for forecasting some tough-to-track storms. doug: the first round of an $11 million upgrade to our weather satellite system. and firefighters helping drug users into recovery. the safe stations in one new hampshire community. antoinette: live outside overlooking the zakim bridge this morning as the cars are moving throug we have some wet weather moving in for some of us and possibly, dare i say, snow for other parts of the state. kelly ann is tracking all of it
announcer: now on newscenter 5 eyeopener -- kelly ann: some showers and even snow this morning. how long before we're talking about wind chills. the outlook for your workweek. antoinette: protest alt-right conference. doug: the new way firefighters are saving lives in one new hampshire community. the safe stations created in response to the opioid crisis. announcer: you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. doug: okay, everybody. it's 5:30 on this sunday morning. good morning. have you got your galoshes? antoinette: i'm antoinette
map going no! kelly ann: there's a whole lot of colors on that map. we're tracking some snow for areas of western massachusetts right now. this is the thing. we're seeing a very heavy rain moving through worcester county at this point. that snow is becoming rather steady as we move into the berkshires at this point. this is something that's been around for at least an hour now. we're starting to see that stick to the roadways as well. so a lot to track at this point this morning. let's look we have light rainfall now pushing through. hyannis reporting a very light rain moving along 495 as well and even extending now onto 128, especially some of the southern extents. moving out through worcester, there's the heaviest of rainfall affecting the mass pike. that snow which is moving well through the berkshires, it's starting to inch toward 91. this is where we're seeing the rain/snow mix line target to
keeping an eye on. at this point, the best snow line likely staying out toward the berkshires for some of the lower elevations as we push eastward could see a few snowflakes for later tonight, but mainly it's a rainfall and a gusty wind that we're tracking throughout the day. here's a look at the 12-hour forecast. temperatures in the 40's this morning. guess what, we're staying into the 40's for the afternoon as well, doug and antoinette. antoinette: all right. this is it, kelly ann. thank you. 5:32. taking a look at some of the stories we're following. doug: this is tough. a accident investigated by osha and duxbury police a. 28-year-old man was killed in an accident with a power saw. police say he was hit in the throat and died of his injuries at the hospital. his name has not been released. antoinette: president-elect donald trump and former massachusetts governor mitt romney holding a meeting together yesterday in new jersey. romney is reportedly being considered for secretary of state. that meeting lasted nearly 90 minutes, but no sign of a done deal just yet.
connection with this hit and run in chelsea, police arresting arnold hernandez of lynn yesterday. they say he was driving a minivan that hit a woman crossing the street on friday. the woman is expected to recover. antoinette: right now, answers on the south shore after the body of a kayaker washed up on the beach. nicole estaphan reports on the details. >> this is a tragic accident. nicole: for hours saturday, police searched for the body of a kayaker whose body washed ashore in hull. by evening he was identified as douglas king of weymouth, thought to have gone out in the chilly waters sometime in the early morning. >> the water was rough out there, and it looks like he got separated from his kayak and there was some sort of event in the water. nicole: king was wearing a wet suit. a life jacket was found nearby. his recreational kayak not made for the rough waters.
kayakers that go out all winter long. nicole: with no i.d., it took some time to find family members, rescuers urging others, if you head out to sea alone, make sure people know of your plans and have a cellphone with you in case of emergency. rescuers also stressing to kayakers as well as other boaters to never underestimate the power of the sea, especially during these winter months. in hull, nicole estaphan, wcvb newscenter 5. antoinette: a teenager in serious condition and charges after a police chase in wareham ended in a crash. police say just after they broke off the chase saturday, the 17-year-old's car skidded off the road and he was thrown from this car. he's now facing a list of charges, including operating with a suspended license and speeding. police say that chase started just before 4:30 a.m. when the teen sideswiped another driver. students at westfield state university sent home early for thanksgiving break thanks to water pressure issues in the
the school will close today at 4:00. the school says canceling classes will help the city toward resolving the water issues. westfield has restricted water use throughout the city reminding people to conserve. doug: well, a quick spreading fire in nsh nashua, new hampshire, is under investigation. the fire spread to two alarms with flames shooting through the attic and the roof. the fire appears to have started in a first floor wall. one firefighter was treated for minor head and neck injuries. some students of bruce school in lawrence are headed back to school tomorrow. sorry kids. the school was damaged when a fire ripped through a second floor classroom last week. students in grades three through five will return monday. grades six through eight will have no school again this week. over 500 students were evacuated from the building when flames broke out on monday. nobody was hurt. investigators say the fire was
overload of a power strip. antoinette: an alarming message from beverly's police chief. the chief tweeting the city had five overdoses in just 24 hours, three of those five were fatal overdoses. the chief asks anyone who knows someone in need of treatment to reach out. he says, quote, we can find them help. in nashua, new hampshire, overdoses prompting the creation of safe stations. each of the six fire stations in nashua now designed safe station where anyone looking to be connected to a reve can go to for help. firefighters hope more people will reach out to them before it's too late. the town is following in manchester's foot steps where nearly 600 people have gotten help since may. >> they don't know where to turn and they are ready to try and stop. and that's when we want to catch these folks. antoinette: nashua has already seen four fatal overdoses this month. doug: well, a protest of
saturday. two people from the national policy institute approached protestors hoping to interview them. that's when one of the protestors knocked the man's camera, leading to a fight. one man from npi ended up with a gash on his forehead. the two protestors were detained by police. npi's leader is known for promoting white supremacist views. boston mayor marty walsh looking to heal scars in boston as he takes step to address racism. he says i as newscenter 5's david bienick reports, he's kicking off a year-long series of town hall discussions. david: the talk from offstage was often personal. >> from an early age, i learned to be afraid to be black. david: the reaction from the audience was at times emotional. >> people who look like me didn't have the courage or the will. david: several hundred people from boston and surrounding towns turned out for mayor marty
>> boston has an issue with racism. [applause] >> thank you. david: the mayor drew applause for that acknowledgement. still, not everyone was satisfied. >> one of the things i'd like to hear going forward is perhaps a change in your rhetoric. instead of saying, like, no hostility but actually like i really want to hear your emotions as clear or as raw as they are. david: boston's history with busing, police relations and equality problems. afterwards, people said they planned to hold the mayor and other city officials accountable for solutions. >> so we'll see if neighborhoods are equal. >> i think it's a job that will take a very long time. >> one of the measurements will be how many people come out for the dialogues in the different areas of the city. david: the mayor declined a goal for how many people he'd like to see attend these town halls and his office has not released a schedule for when they will
league will speak out against hate after what they say is an alarming number of hate-fueled incidents all around the country. state treasurer deborah goldberg is among the state and local leaders joining the a.d.l. that rally kicks off at 11:00 in the morning. when it comes to alt-right media leader steve bannon as donald trump's chief white house strategist, congressman steve lynch thinks bannon could be more of a bridge burner than builder. the south boston democrat speaking out on wcvb's "on the co >> i don't think it was a wise choice on his part. but he gets to make that choice. i don't. so we'll just deal with what he -- he decides in the realm that he has the ultimate say. antoinette: lynch gives his take on the trump kids as advisors and where he stands on the question of nancy pelosi's leadership. that's today at 11:00 "on the record." breaking overnight in india --
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doug: doug: welcome back. caught on camera, a citizen jumping into action to help a police officers under attack. this happened just outside of seattle. check this out. an officer investigating a smashed window at a fast-food restaurant when the suspect attacked. his taser malfunctioned and a >> what i saw was somebody was viciously just attacking somebody. we need to help each other. that's the most important thing life can give, is helping one another. doug: that officer and the chief of police saying they are thankful for that person taking action. the suspect was arrested for assault. antoinette: the weather forecast is about to get even more accurate. nasa launching the goes-r satellite from cape canaveral last night. the goes-r satellite is the first of three being built to
that upgrade is expected to cost about $11 billion. the launch was delayed for a short time because of technical issues, but eventually it was launched without any problems. okay. here it is. and here we go. the snow continues to fall in parts of the country, including michigan. flakes are blanketing areas of kalamazoo and minnesota. 340 crashes resulted in nearly 40 injuries. thereof a b spinouts since friday. heavy snow is also in parts of nebraska and the dakotas. doug: it's supposed to be there. antoinette: that's true. doug: i don't mind telling you, that image behind you, kelly ann, looks like a massive storm. kelly ann: yeah, i mean, this is really impressive how it's covering the entire state. each part of the state seeing something different. right now, the eastern part, talking about that gusty wind
staying in place through much of today and even through tonight as well, which is why accumulations there are going to get rather impressive, especially for elevations above 1500 feet. here's a look at the track of the rainfall and right now we're seeing some of the heaviest rain starting to shift northward. it is now extending into downtown boston. you can see that rain line which pushes all the way down right along the coast and onto the cape as well where we're seeing reports of very line rain in portions of worcester county moving northward toward new hampshire as well and into the merrimack valley. we have some light snow also being reported. as you can see, that line extends eastward now. it's starting to make its way on to 91. that's where we're seeing reports of a rain/snow mix, mainly snow as we move toward pittsfield, an area that will likely see over 6 inches, even 10 inches of snowfall when all is said and done. that's as we move into tonight
pretty much as warm as they're going to get today. we have 47 degrees in downtown boston. and that is the high temperature for the day. we're actually going to see the temperatures start to slowly fall as we head into the afternoon. you add in the wind. that means things are going to feel even colder. hyannis at a high of 50 degrees this morning. springfield at 37. that's the max temperature we'll see for today, especially as those winds start to pick up. we'll see winds being sustained at about 23 miles per hour with gusts c wind gusts up to 50 miles per hour. can't be ruled out. so for today, we have a cool rain and windy conditions pushing in. snow mainly west. however, we could see a few snowflakes even in the lower elevations eastward moving toward boston as we head into the forecast tonight and into early tomorrow morning. likely nothing that will accumulate. temperatures this afternoon in the mid to upper 40's. that's mainly because we're in this very cold flow behind this storm system pushing into the area. gusty winds staying in place.
well. high pressure inching toward our area as we move toward tuesday. and that is really key for keeping things dry for the key travel days on tuesday and wednesday. we'll stay nice and sunny for those days until the next rainfall approaches for thanksgiving day. here's the heaviest accumulations of snowfall expected. as you can see, upwards of 8 inches moving into the highest mountains. 2 to 4 inches as we push into western massachusetts. a grassy coating extending out onto the worcester hills. elsewhere, as you can just see a wet snowflake chance. seven-day outlook includes temperatures staying on the lower end of the scale tomorrow. 40 degrees with feeling like 30 because of that wind-chill factor. then we have the travel forecast. initially looking great for tuesday and wednesday, but we do have some changes heading our way. that storm system creeping in from the west as we head into thanksgiving day. so we have some rainfall expected that day, early in the morning, with temperatures near freezing. could see a few snowflakes and
and, doug and antoinette, likely that rain will stick around even through next weekend as well. doug: kelly ann, thank you. coming up on 5:48. we're following breaking news from india. antoinette: dozens are dead after a train derailed near the industrial city of kanpur. passengers say the train was moving at a normal speed when it suddenly stopped. here's some video just in from that scene. at least 96 people were killed. more than 150 people were injured when the coach cars crumpled, trapping people rescue crews using cutters to pull people out of 14 train cars. it's unclear what caused the train to go off those tracks. doug: a medflight paramedic was killed when a plane crashed into a parking lot in utah. investigators saying the plane was only in the air for a couple of minutes before it came crashing down. friends and family of the american medflight paramedic jake shepherd are asking for the public's help to help them set up a memorial fund. the cause of that crash is under
into the savannah river. dozens of people were standing on that bridge when it fell into the river. at least 13 people were taken to the hospital. 30 others were injured. most of those injuries were minor. emergency crews were able to get everyone out of that water. doug: 5:49. harvard and yale playing against each other for the 133rd time last night. harvard looking for its 10th straight win. they wouldn't get it. tied 14 an kurt rawlings has a t.d. pass. yale wins. patriots gearing up for today's game against the 49'ers without rob gronkowski. he's nursing a chest injuriesy. pats without defensive end jabaal sheard due to a coach's decision, which could be
as tom brady prepares for today's game, he took a stroll. antoinette: a facebook, brady said san francisco seems nice, but i can't imagine growing up anywhere but boston. and then he photoshopped the pictures to put himself as a child at various boston landmarks. look at these. doug: brilliant. antoinette: he even made it into the movie "goodwill hunting." guys that scene. doug: i don't either. i like how he took out the 49'ers jersey. antoinette: like we didn't know those colors. for five weeks every fall, a little work gets done on martha's vineyard because residents and 3,000 others from around the world are busy competing in the striped bass and bluefish derby. doug: awesome. "chronicle's" shayna seymour tells us this annual event is
has won multiple awards. >> you don't have to be big and muscle-bound to catch big fish. reporter: this is janet's 40th derby. >> it's my fashion. i work really hard 11 months out of the year. when the derby happens, this is my staycation. for the last 15 years, i take the whole derby off. reporter: what's your biggest fish? >> two 45-pound striped bass and everything under it. that's my goal. i would just break that 45 pounds. reporter: weigh master ray langly. what about for the wise one? >> that's not the category you put me in. reporter: on this morning, i'm helping him weigh in. so far, no action. >> they're probably having their
>> okay. reporter: okay. >> you have to be patient to be a fish weigher. reporter: that's why i'm not a fisherman. >> you have other attributes. reporter: thank you. finally -- we've got a wicked big one here. we measure. then we weigh. pick this bad boy up. >> yeah. reporter: oh, oh, oh. okay. here we go. and just like that, i catch the derby fever. big kahuna. 17.54. winners take home a boat, motor and trailer or a 4x4 truck. proceeds go to the school. doug: tomorrow on "chronicle" in this land of lakes and mountains, hiker s at mount cardigan and the back roads of canaan, new hampshire, tomorrow
antoinette: shayna was having too much fun. doug: nobody wears the rain pants better than shayna. antoinette: the new england aquarium keeps a close eye on the coast. doug: it's the season for stranding. one turtle already saved and the unusual condition it's suffering from. antoinette: and we take a live look right now at the radar. wow, look at this. all of that green and then the bluish purple. you know what that means? doug: snow. antoinette: big mess. kelly ann is tracking your
kelly ann: keeping an eye on the snow line right now. it's make its way well through western massachusetts. most of us right now tracking the rain, though. that's going to be the case for much of eastern massachusetts where we are seeing a light rain and even some light fog as well. as we move throughout the day, we will see that some very windy conditions, and that's something to consider as well winter storm warnings just to our west, winter weather advisories moving through the berkshires as well. that wind advisory should affect the entire region in effect from 11:00 a.m. this morning until 7:00 monday night. doug and antoinette, wind gusts up to 50 miles per hour possible. antoinette: ooh, all right. kelly ann, thank you. a young sea turtle rescued off cape cod ace bit different than most. doug: it turned into a biological mystery because it only has one lung.
rescuers say the 5-pound turtle had high odds against making it this far in life. the sea turtle has a good prognosis. rescuers hopeful they can release it back into the ocean. antoinette: that is not something you see too often. a culture getting a cat scan. doug: with one lung. 5:57 is your time right now. it's a busy weekend for the trump transition team. antoinette: the local leaders that could be tapped, and the fallout in connection with some plus, a rare call. the action, two senior officials want the president to take against the chief of the >> monday morning on the eye, smarter choi choices. >> the expert picks that will make the kids happy and help them learn at the same time.
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announcer: now, on newscenter 5 eyeopener -- kelly ann: showers this morning and the areas that might see some snow. antoinette: a deadly accident in duxbury. the construction worker killed by a power saw. doug: the tip that led to an arrest to a hit and run. that incident caught on camera. announcer: you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. doug: good morning, everybody. sunday, november 20. i'm doug meehan. antoinette: i'm antoinette antonio. 6:00. 48 degrees outside.