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out there at this early hour. and a look at those live drive times. on 93 from 495 to the leverett connector 19 minutes there. and now we want to send it over to shiri to see what kind of day we might expect today with the weather, because we know it is a chilly start anyway. >>shiri: yeah, off to a cool start, and not that unusual to deal with temperatures this cool as you wake up in the morning. average low in boston, which we would hit around sunrise, 50 degrees. sunrise this morning at 6:46. the sun goes down at 6:18. normal high 65 degrees. so we are not that off track today today. just the warmest day once we get in the afternoon that we have so far this october. 50 degrees outside now, but a lot of the burbs a little cooler. the hour by hour warm-up. in boston, by 6:00 this morning in boston, by 6:00 this
see temperatures take a little dip into the upper 40s through 8 a.m. 10:00 rolls around, 57 degrees. lower 60s by lunchtime today in boston and middle 60s which, as you just saw, is pretty normal. on the south shore start off pretty milder. wake-up temperatures in the lower 50s. highs in the lower 60s this afternoon versus worcester where we are waking up to a whole slew of 40s in central massachusetts. 6 a.m. temps in worcester about 45 degrees 56 by 10 a.m. lunchtime 62 and middle 60s as well. north shore as well. a lot of sunshine that will develop during the course of the day. start off with a little bit of patchy fog here and wake up to temps in the lower 40s as well and highs in the middle 60s. if you were looking for the cool spot to start and hot spot cool spot to start and hot spot, southern new hampshire and the merrimack valley start awvbing in the lower 40s at 6:00, 8 a.m., but you will be
closer to 70. satellite and radar pretty quiet yet. a few lingering clouds over the cape and islands plus that patchy fog. normal spots like beverly and norwood, those are the locations that you will have to watch out for that patchy stuff watch out for that patchy stuff. bright. and we do have cooler conditions at the coastline because little wind coming in off the water. only going to cool you down by a couple of degrees there. otherwise looking forward to an afternoon of sunshine as you wake up tomorrow morning. mostly clear conditions, and we do have this front that will be moving toward us here. it doesn't have much steam, much umfh to it. it falls apart and i see it bringing scattered clouds this afternoon. keeping the forecast dry. highs today, upper 60s in boston and beverly. plymouth 66. the vineyard, 65. worcester hitting 67 degrees. but all the way to 70 in nashua, and overnight lows back
the exceptions boston itself and cape where it flows back into the lower 50s. you will wake up to those temps and hit the upper 60s, lower 70s. tomorrow is another warm day. and as i said, dry. this is 2 a.m. advisory for hurricane joaquin awaiting the 5 a.m. advisory. not much has changed since yesterday, 85-mile-per-hour winds continues with this storm as it gets further away us from as it gets further away us from. the only remaining we have are bigger waves as well, height risk of rip currents. i will go over that threat coming up in couple of minutes. in the meantime, 70 degrees with sun and scattered clouds. on thursday, 63. upper 60s friday comes with increasing clouds. that is just next best chance of showers into early, early saturday morning. saturday turns breezy and highs in the 50s. kind of cool day and 64 on sunday, so looking a little bit milder but also a couple more clouds in that sunday forecast. back to you, guys. >>daniel: 4:20 right now.
sharks showing up on land. coming up new at 4:30, a trend that scientists say is growing on cape cod. the theory now being investigated on the massachusetts coast. and next, duking it out in the middle of a neighborhood. what animal experts say sparked this clash of the titans. as we head into the break, a night of laughs. this is what is on on primetime followed by the fox25 news at 10 and 11:00. introducing longhorn' s great american steak dinner for $12.99. perfectly seasoned sirloin
4:23. president obama will be heading to work, and at the end of the week to comfort the family week to comfort the families killed in a mass shooting on a community college. and we are learning more this morning about the gunman's motive. a source says 26-year-old christopher harper mercer was angry about not having a girlfriend and believed everyone else was, quote, crazy everyone else was, quote, crazy. his mother telling investigators her son was dealing with mental health issues. harper mercer open fired killing and wounding people in his path before he took his own life. the rain has let up in south carolina this morning, but the danger there remains. with entire towns flooded and homes cut off, emergency crews are going door to door to make sure everyone made it out
safely. they are moving as quickly as they can with damming in parts of the state starting to give way because of all of the water way because of all of the water. so far 11 people have died in south carolina alone due to weather-related incidents. missing for days, a little girl is now home safe. search crews found the girl 1,000 feet from her great grand 1,000 feet from her great grandparents 'home. she was missing thursday and wasn't found northbound sunday. >> god -- we were asking god for a miracle. and he gave us a miracle. tonight, he gave us a miracle. >>catherine: police are not sure how the toddler got out of the house but no plans to charge the family. in mourning after an officer suddenly dies of a heart attack at home. peter cromier just moved into a new home with his wife and 17 new home with his wife and 17-month-old twins. he was a 18-year veteran of the
northampton police force. his officers say everyone looked up to him. >> he was definitely what every young officer strifeed to be as far as being a police officer. >>daniel: officers set up a go fund me page for his family. they are hoping to raised 1 they are hoping to raised 100,000 to help raise the twins. so far they have more than $13,000. a 9-year-old boy snuck a tree and took the jaws of life to get him to safety. look at this. the boy was climbing the tree in manchester he, new hampshire when he slipped, fell, and his leg got stuck. fire fighters used the jaws of life to wide the tree to free that boy. he didn't suffer any injuries. two epic heavyweights go this neighborhood. >> all of a sudden they started going at it. >>daniel: they are going at it all right. two 1,000-pound bull moose duking it out in a suburban neighborhood. the man who shot the video says he saw moose before, but nothing like this.
and behind the car, and i am behind the car. >> there was really only so much they could do. it was believed the fight was sparked over a female moose because it is mating season. see what dudes do over a girl. >>catherine: how do you break that up? [laughter] all right. some cases. but anyway, let's move on. coming up, the blows at a fraternity house. at 4:30, how a party sparked a brawl between football players and fraternity brothers and got some players kicked off the team. plus, they make one of the city's most recognizable t-shirts. city sports says they are there's a better way to specialized surgery that's right for you: lahey hospital and medical center. cardiac teams pioneering innovative treatments... and neurosurgeons at the forefront of spinal surgery... right here. america's largest live-donor liver transplant program... right now. and quality outcomes among the