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>> catherine: now at 7:00, a massive crane slices open at roof of home and family member still inside and equipment brought in overnight to remove the heavy metal and damage left behind. >> gene: a local father breathing a sigh of arey leave after being reunited with his kids. >> it is overwhelming feeling and back with me. coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. everybody, 7:00 on tuesday morning, it is december 22nd, hope your morning is off to a fantastic start, i'm gene lavanchy. >> catherine: i'm catherine parrotta in for sara underwood. first full day of winter.
shiri spear tracking the forecast and which towns will drops here and new bedford worcester at 46 and check out the orange at 37 and rain steadier this way, not getting reports of heavy rain but it is a bit more moderate there, lawrence still dry at 48 and lower 40s into southern new hampshire, still dry that way as well. but through 9:00 this morning, you can see the focus of the showers will switch to boston northward, so southeastern massachusetts starts is it the get a little bit of a break but along the mass pike north of still tapping into the showers and pretty light, at noon time, expecting lighted showers, temperatures in the lower 50s,
warm rain and going to rain heavily at times this afternoon and evening into the evening commute and this is 35:00 p.m., 52 to 58 with developing rain, heavy at times plus afternoon i will show you when it is done for good coming up and right now julie grauert standing by with live drive time traffic. julie, how are the roads doing. >> julie: looks like a holiday week and aren't seeing the volume that we typically do during the morning commute, except during the morning expressway and average speed morrissey boulevard. pike still moving along at decent pace, slow spot i'm finding right after the weston tolls but things nice and open through brighton. here is live drive times, 27 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass ave, 15 minutes from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel and 28 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike. catherine and gene, back to you. >> catherine: new this morning a tree trimming crane brought back up on its wheels hours after crashing through the roof of plymouth home. >> gene: one person was inside at the time, but luckily was not
fox25 michael henrich live outside the home this morning where there's a big hole in the roof of that house. good morning, michael. >> michael: good morning. unfortunately the rain is now picking up here and as you can see in that big hole in the left side of the roof here at this home on lisa avenue, it does not appear that there's any tarp or boarding there to cover up the hole and protect the attic and the second floor there of this house. take a look at the video from overnight, you can see heavy machinery had to be brought in to stand this truck back up on its side after the tree trimming's equipment ended up collapsing into the roof and the second story of this house. as you mentioned, gene, one person, the fire department says was inside but fortunately the silver lining here is that nobody was hurt. at this pointed the town's building department and osha are
what caused that piece of equipment to topple over and damage this house so extensively we, of course, will keep you posted on that. we will also keep a keene eye out for any potential crews that might come out and cover that hole, if at least temporarily to help protect some of the belongings inside on the second floor. we will stay on it. live in plymouth, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> catherine: also new this morning boston firefighters stomping out the flames at abandoned building in brighton overnight. the fire first broke out the around 3:00 this morning at the corner of western avenue and soldiers field road. crews say the majority of the fire was in the courtyard area. the flames were knocked down quickly. no one was hurt in the fire. >> gene: happening today the man that the gave a gun to one of the boston marathon bombers court. stephen silva of cambridge was charges. silva testified that he let dzhokhar borrow a handgun two attack. prosecutors say that handgun was
officer sean collier days after the boston marathon bombing. >> catherine: happening today a lakeville mother will answer to charges she took her children for more than a day without anyone knowing where they were. it is a story we followed all day long until those kids were found during the fox25 news at 6:00. fox25 jessica reyes is live in lakeville this morning with the kidnapping charges the mother now faces. jess? >> jessica: and, catherine, we know the children's father has full custody of them but the mother was committed to see them occasionally and she picked them up for a visit sunday afternoon and when she never brought them back, the father called police. steve carrigan sick to his stomach hours after getting his children back. his ex-girlfriend valerie mcgrath took them monday united. >> i'm still worried and sick to my stomach and it finally subsided and it is a bad feeling
mcgrath was supposed to bring the kids back but when she hasn't shown up by 7:00 carrigan called the police and they spent much of the day monday searching for a orlando land rover and she rented a different car monday afternoon andy had tefound the car at mcdonalds drive through at raynham. >> someone must have saw something and they were driving a rental vehicle. >> jessica: they thought mcgrath taken him out the for stevie's birthday. >> great time for my birthday. >> jessica: carrigan told our crews she was three hours late a visit last month and yesterday was the first time they had seen her since. >> she lykes to ski so she could have went north and she likes the beach so she could have went south. i don't know where she was setting. >> jessica: mcgarth was set to be arraigned later on this morning and we will have a crew inside the courtroom later on
jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: you can see the clerk's hands in the air as someone in orange mask approaches the countser. it happened yesterday at exeter market on front street. police say the suspect had a gun and got away with cash. >> catherine: one of the americans killed in suicide bombing in afghanistan has been identified as new york police detective. detective joseph lemm was also guard. he was deployed once to iraq and twice to afghanistan. he leaves behind a wife and two children. lemm was one of six americans killed but the only victim identified so far. news of the attack near bagram morning. it is the biggest u.s. military facility in afghanistan. officials say a suicide bomber patrol. the taliban has claimed responsibility for that attack. >> gene: 7:07 and a new hampshire couple will have to pay $150,000 for hazardous waste violations that led to an explosion. 2014 fox25 reported 15 people were hurt when an explosion
in peterborough. the state claimed that acid was somehow mixed with another chemical causing a violent explosion. $5,000 of settlement money will go to local first responders. the rest will go to a hazardous wastes fund. >> catherine: boston firefighter now confirms it has investigated members of its hockey team for gambling. nick roberto from wakefield will not play for the team this season. roberto has not dressed this year but the school won't confirm if he was involved in the gambling probe. b.u. says players did not bet on college or professional hockey games. it has turned over the results of the investigation to the ncaa. >> gene: back and forth continues in the deflategate saga in in you court filing says patriots quarterback tom brady continues to ignore roger goodell's findings. brady had general knowledge that the patriots staffers let air out of game balls. nfl also says federal judge was wrong to overturn the quarterback's four game suspension. the nfl is appealing that decision. both sides are due back in court
presidential candidate gets hit with a touch question while on campaign trail in new hampshire. new jersey governor chris christie was speaking in new london. one person asked the governor to convince the public he was not shady. >> what makes me shady? because i -- because i'm from new jersey. [ laughter ] well, heck, i can't change that. >> catherine: several on candidates are in the granite state this week. they include republicans jeb bush, john kasich and mark o'mara. >> i'm suspended my campaign. >> catherine: another campaign is over. lindsey graham is no longer seeking the gop nomination. graham says he is proud of the campaign he ran but time to step aside. >> gene: last night city
tasers for the department. total cost more than quarter million dollars. the police chief tells fox25 some things like how long recordings will be stored and department policy toward cameras are still being worked out. boston police department and brewster police department on the cape are also planning to body cameras. >> catherine: small victory in court for members of skipping church that was closed by the archdiocese. yesterday a judge ruled that parishioners holding vigil at st. francois xavier cabrini scan march 3rd. members of the church have been holding vigil 24/7 at the church since it was closed 11 years ago. >> julie: 33 minute commute on 93 southbound from 495 in andover down to the zakim bridge shiri? >> shiri: right now what i have are mostly dry conditions. there are a couple sprinkles now popping up on radar, so 51 right now in boston, goes down
when we start to see the showers in the city itself. i will tell you how long they last and when they turn to heavier downpours next. >> gene: ten minutes after 7:00 this morning, woman accused of driving into crowd on vegas strip about to be charged for murder. person she claims for stressing her out. >> catherine: state project goes way overbudgeted.
>> shiri: northeastern massachusetts may remain dry on the map and much of southern new hampshire timeline on when the rain arrives in your town coming up. >> 7:14, charlie baker ending first year in office and managed to deal with the mbta's failure after the first winter in years. fourth of july agreements on key reform at dcf and popular iterating at all time high, so what's the plan for next year. sharman sacchetti sits down with him and tells us what the biggest tackle and fight is. >> reporter: talking about snowfall, brian line extension that went a billion dollars overbudget and cities and towns now worried they will have to
have a lot to gain. are taxpayers going to get stuck with the bill. >> no, taxpayers are not going to get stuck with the bill. >> this is not going to be another big dig? >> no, this is not going to be another big dig. >> looks into the details of state government and far away from positions on touchy political topics. >> reporter: if donald trump is nominee for your party, will you support him? >> it is too early. >> reporter: remarks about muslims disgusting he wouldn't say if he supports trump if he he would win. >> you're not willing to say you will support donald trump, not willing to say yes, not willing to say no? >> what i'm willing to say is we have a long way to go here. >> reporter: we asked the governor if he should have done more earlier.
fall with the deaths and one being bella bond. >> do you regret by not tackle it early on. >> this is the right one and prefer to tackle stuff sooner rather than later. 9 feet of snow and few other things got in the way. >> reporter: governor baker tells me the biggest fight ahead include energy bill, opioid legislation and he is saying this before any snow has fallen. sharman sacchetti, fox25 news. >> catherine: tables are turned on randolph man that once filed lawsuit on dream works nomination and take look at these two pictures. jamie gordon accused of copying the picture on the right from the disney coloring book picture on the left. he used his image from kung fu panda. >> gene: new reports says taxpayers paying big bucks to
department of revenue says nearly $60 million in film tax credits were awarded last year. the debsel washington move the equalizer received more than 15 million garz. ted two earned 14 million and governor charlie baker tried to eliminate the film tax credit but supporters say it supports a large number of jobs. >> julie: jackknifed trailer and right before wind street in burlington, in the southbound lane, even northbound commuters will see a little bit of slowing as people slow down to rubberneck and see what's going on. off to the right-hand sides but see the traffic past the cloverleaf and into the wakefield area right now. shifting down to the expressway, things still sluggish right around morrissey boulevard. here are live drive times, 15 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 34 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector, 44 minutes on 128 from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. fox25 storm tracker weather
joining us and reminding everyone, don't forget that umbrella today because you will be seeing some rain drops. >> shiri: got 100% chance of rain. julie. it is starting right now. take you out live right now to plymouth and you could see that we have got some wet cars and got wet cars, we got wet roads and we need you to slow down a little bit. we don't want julie reporting on any more than she has to here, so let's get you into work safe and keep in mind roads are going to be wet but they are definitely not horrendous right now. rain, fog, going to be the biggest issues we have but much more so when we hit lunchtime and the afternoon, these are more like weather nuisances today, lightning going to put in the low risk category here because we are not seeing any kind of severe thunderstorms this afternoon. just perhaps an isolated rumble of thunder, that's it, but we got all of this coming at us, so there's quite a bit of moisture streaming right here into southern new england, that's going to fuel the clouds today,
south of the new hampshire border but you could see things are really going to start to pick up for areas like leominster here, central massachusetts, we got some lighter showers popping in south of boston and as well into southeastern massachusetts, but again, it is not heavy rain. it is more like sprinkles, it is more like drizzle, 51 in boston at this moment. no foggy issues now, don't have any kind of accumulating rain yet, but you can see as we take you hour-by-hour through the rest of our day, 9:00 a.m. risk of rain. afternoon risk of rain and temperatures climb into the middle 50s there and warmer rain somewhere like plymouth 52 and patchy sprinkles and showers continuing until 5:00 this afternoon, by 7:00 p.m. that's the last of it. upper 50s as that rain falls in plymouth today, 46 right now worcester a little bit cooler now and cooler this afternoon
showers that we will be and boston going to be on and off this morning, once hit lunchtime really starts to fill in so this afternoon that's your best bet for getting a steady rain and at times heavy rain and evening commute still got some pockets of heavy rain hanging tight along the coastline further inland the showers will be winding down and showers come to an end by 7:00, 9:00 p.m. love to see that we have breaks in the clouds and bit of a lull so 57 in boston and 59 near 60 in norwood this afternoon and middle 50s bedford and lawrence and fitchburg and beverly, 51 in portsmouth,
and in worcester and heaviest during the evening hours as we look toward holiday we got a few lingering showers into thursday christmas eve, breezy, very warm at 67, mild on christmas as well at 59 and weekend cooldown with risk of both days and highs around 50. back to you. >> injustice corrected by the red sox. still ahead on the fumes, how
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two medford police officers are being hailed heroes for saving twins. first to arrive on a scene of a fire on home on main street. they rushed into the burning building and on the second floor they found a woman and her five-month-old children. >> she was standing in a panic on the stairwell and in shock. i sawed hand me the infants.
suffered minor jury during the fire. the cause is still under investigation this morning. of course, only a couple days away from christmas and send over to gene and julie with a couple seasonable topics this morning. >> julie: yes, we have a seasonable topic even though it is pink. don't be distracted. this is ray christmas tree? high school classroom in bangor, maine and teacher who has been a teacher for 30 years recently told by the principal she needs to remove it. you were saying, gene been takes the fun out of it. >> gene: when police come around, it is a tree with hello kitty. >> julie: she is putting it in the box and if there's any sort of religious decorations it needs to pertain to the curriculum, so not allowed to have it. >> gene: start having hello kitty stories in the classroom julie she is really sad. fun police gone and wipe the place out. very sad. speaking of a christmas related
radio dj in austria really wanted to get in the christmas spirit so barricaded himself in the studio, locked the door so he could get in and played wham's last christmas. he played it 24 times in a row. on loop for nearly two hours. listeners were going bananas. they finally had enough. the marathon torture came to an end when daughter called and said stop and he stopped. >> julie: that is a long time. >> gene: may be they were on christmas format. >> julie: wrapping presents. >> gene: if i hear this song 24 times in a row i will go bananas. >> julie: go for it. >> gene: make it stop already. >> julie: shiri, save us. >> gene: did you say you had
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>> catherine: rain moving in for the back end of the morning commute. there's also fog on the forecast take it slow on the roads. just a little hair before 7:30 this morning, tuesday, december 22nd, i'm catherine parrotta. >> gene: i'm gene lavanchy. last minutes shoppers you will see rain. meteorologist storm tracker shiri spear here. >> shiri: look at new york and pennsylvania and still all of that to come and rain situation not all that bad and extremely close eye on this because i could actually see some dense fog developing into the afternoon. right now just a little light fog out across the cape and islands, nothing that's going to shoulder you up, nor should the showers because so light, so patchy from orleans 52 and plymouth 52, marshfield 52 and lower 50s in taunton and light stuff in boston as well, kind of drizzling at you and very patchy
all the way back across the mass pike into framingham at 45 , worcester at 46, only trace amounts of rain being reported in worcester so far today. but i expect it is a little bit steadier but still light out toward townsend, ipswich and leominster this morning. that's going to be moving up toward the nashua area. so just anticipate that spreading reason. this morning pretty patchy and light and noon time 53, really starting to fill in, become steady and widespread and heavier stuff this afternoon, 3:00 p.m. both fog and rain over by 7:00 this evening. so hour-by-hour look at the town hit hardest coming up. now up to julie grauert with live drive time traffic. what do you have? >> julie: accident 128 southbound right near wynn street in burlington and seeing stretch past the cloverleaf into the wakefield area and see that reflected in the drive times. things still slow on expressway from burnas brooke park up to columbia road. live drive times 29 minutes on the pike from 495 to the mass
to the pike, nearly an hour now on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. gene and catherine, back to you. >> gene: happening today lakeville mother answer to charges she kidnapped her own children. kidsy are -- were reunited with their father and lakeville police station where the mother is being held this morning. good morning, jess. >> jessica: they did find them yesterday evening. we know their mother, valerie mcgrath, she was supposed to return them to their father around 5:00 on sunday, but the father who has full custody of the kids called police when she wasn't there nearly two hours later. she was spotted around swansea but later was in a different car new fall river. that car had new york plates but no word where she was planning to go from there.
with the mcgrath at the mcdonalds in rainville yesterday. >> i'm still worried. finally subsided a little bit and overwhelming feeling and love they are back with me. >> jessica: police say mcgrath wanted to spend more time with the children but went about it the wrong way and she will be arraigned in court this emotional. fox25 news. >> gene:woman accused of murdering a six-month-old. orchautopsy found baby died from blunt force trauma but new different found a different cause. >> expert i obtained chief medical examiner of rhode island looked at the entire medical record and concluded this case was, in fact, not a homicide but
>> gene: despite the new findings the medical examiner remains firm that the baby died from blunt force trauma and prosecutors are still pursuing murder charges in this case. this is the third recent case in middlesex county where a shaken baby diagnosis has been challenged. >> catherine: kids in nashua will head back to school this morning after the entire district was shut down. this all started sunday when a serious threat was e-mailed to the high school. fox25 was there as the buildings were swept by bomb sniffing dogs nothing was found but the superintendent tells fox25 there's a reason multiple police agencies and even the fbi were called in. >> one of the them was specificity of the threat which is highly unusual and i think superintendents have been trained over time that the more specific you have in a threat the greater the cause of the concern. >> catherine: district is taking steps making sure kids are comfortable going to class and counselors on hand as well as extra police and ongoing.
accused of driving into the crowd on las vegas strip will be charged with murder. lakeisha holloway is held without bail and on suicide watch. holloway intentionally hit dozens of people near the planet hollywood on sunday night. she claims she was stressed out because security guards kept chasing her and her daughter out of parking lots where they were trying to sleep. police also believed the homeland -- homeless woman may have run out of money trying to drive to texas to find the child. gene: jessica vallens wella, 32 mother of arizona and mother of three and she and her mother celebrated anniversary. three victims remain in critical >> catherine: get ready to pay more to ride the "t". 10% fare hike could be coming as early as next year. daniel miller joins us live from south station where he has been
daniel? >> daniel: that's right. mbta is considering fair increase of 10% every two years on monday the "t's" fiscal control board voted to improve the increase saying it would be legal under current state law. now, fare increase proposals being drafted for public consideration right now up in the increase to 10% more than double the current bi annual and set up taxpayers in general and talk with some "t" riders and got reaction to the proposed fare hike. >> commuter rail regardless and 55 prices are raised i have to pay it. i'm not happy about it but what can you do? >> daniel: official with the mbta say they face 242 million-dollar deficit in the next fiscal year. that begins july 1st. the mbta says we will have a serious of public meetings and public hearing once fare
submitted, the next meeting is scheduled for monday, january 4th. reporting live outside of sought station tuesday morning, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: tonight the boston bruins can take over 1st place at atlantic division. moving past montreal in 1st 1st place in the standings. kevin garnett back at the garden, kg in town, though he didn't play. rj did and what he did at the end of the first quarter, half court bomb finds a home, buzzer beat good and celtics up by eight. second avery finds lynnoc in the corner, big man hits the three, celtics break a three game losing streak and beat minnesota last night final 113-99. gene: long time coming but red sox will finally retire number 26 in honor of wade bogs. special ceremony. he won the american league battle title five times and
bogs left the red sox to sign with the yankees back in 1993. >> catherine: both senators from massachusetts want to stop the federal government from using calls from collecting student debt and computers to call the cell phones of people that fall behind on student loan payments. senators elizabeth warren and ed markey among the lawmakers who signed a letter to the department of education. it urges officials to avoid using robo calls because they could be abused by debt collectors. >> gene: m.i.t. taking step into the future and software works by using changes in radio signals to recognize human silhouettes and track their movements. researchers say it could be used by the military but also by families to keep tabs on the young or elderly if all goes well it could hit the market by 2017. >> julie: good morning, everyone, hovering around hour on 128 southbound, this is from route 1 in peabody to the weston
because of an accident in the southbound lane winn street in burlington, i will have another look at that for you coming up in a few minutes. first here is shiri juan beltran-rivera rain and fog returning to the mix and travel conditions here at 10:00 this morning, noon time i think it is going to get a bit worse, dropping you down into the poor category because the rain will turn heavier, things starting to wind down at 5:00 p.m. and back on track, great roads at 8:00 this evening and hour-by-hour look at the incoming rain and downpours next. >> gene: 7:39, ban for blood donors, group now being allowed to roll up the sleeves. >> catherine: plus fox25 goes one-on-one with donald trump at new york city tower. >> i have issue really important to make. >> do you need to finish first? >> catherine: what the republican front-runner is saying about the success in the presidential race and why he is desperate to win new hampshire. as we mentioned it is time for
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of steadier moderate rain on the way. >> catherine: following breaking news in taunton where a school bus has struck a pole. this happened ten minutes ago on fremont street. no word on injuries but taunton fire department confirms wires down on the bus making the situation
even more dangerous. we have a crew heading to the scene and we will bring you the very latest information as we get it. >> gene: bowburg doll admitted he walked away from his post. burg -- bergdahl was freed after a contention prisoner exchange last year. if convicted he could face life in prison. gene: grand jury decided not to indict anyone of woman
woman was found hanging from a trash bag. she was found from assaulting a police officer. her death is suicide but her family is rejecting the finding and attorney for her they still have questions about the case. >> catherine: donald trump by far the most outspoke ebb -- outspoken candidate. blair miller sat down with candidate at trump towers in new york city. >> reporter: how you doing, sir? >> good. >> reporter: when donald trump is not around the country selling his message, he is at his office in new york city. it is here where trump spoke about the campaign and controversies which started soon after the campaign started in the summer, time when many didn't take him seriously as a real presidential contenders. >> reporter: are you surprised by the success you have had? >> i must tell you i thought i would be successful i wouldn't have done it, but no idea it
would be number one in the polls in virtually every poll. i had no idea it would be that much that fast. ultimately expected to win. that's what i do, i like to win, but i had no idea it would be that fast and also that much. >> reporter: quick to point voters are still very much undecideddecided and including new hampshire which will hold the early primary in 49 days. for trump new hampshire is key. >> new hampshire is really important to me. >> reporter: do you need to finish first? >> i don't know if i need to finish first. right now i'm leading by a lot and want to finish first. i have developed amazing new hampshire. i'm up there a lot. it is really important. >> reporter: to have the poll numbers and getting the response you're getting, so many people are scratching their head saying i don't understand how this is happening. >> because i'm speaking the truth and i'm letting people have it. i mean i'm giving them the good, bag and ugly. >> reporter: when you talk
speaking passionately about issues, how much of this is strategy and how much of is talking about issues and shooting from the hip? >> i don't think about anything. i think about doing what's right because i don't need to do this. for me it is not something that i need to do. i'm self-funding my own campaign. >> reporter: that's just the beginning of our conversation. interview lasted for about 30 minutes there in trump tower in new york city. starting today at 5:00 i will have much more of the exclusive interview and asked about the regrets and if he has any regrets about the controversial things he has been saying on the campaign trail now for months. i'm blair miller, fox25 news. >> julie: i tweeted out this image sky fox southbound on winn street. see tractor-trailer still off on the far right-hand side of the road and that's slowing things down through the cloverleaf through wakefield because of the jackknifed trailer at winn street in burlington. as we shift over to the pike,
22 miles per hour as you approach the weston tolls. here are live drive times, 20 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 37 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and 58 minutes on 128 as you head from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. fox25 storm tracker weather meteorologist shiri spear joining us and, shiri, i love this tweet, where you're asking does anyone find this crazy. 259 days without accumulating snow and i had to do double take >> shiri: mother nature playing cool tricks on us. we getle would opened last february and get nothing since last march but today it is just all in the form of rain drops. guys, i have no snow in the 7-day forecast. mostly light rain this morning, turns heavier and steadier this afternoon along with thickening fog, i have mild unsettled pattern ongoing through the rest of not just the workweek but as weekend.
, mostly cloudy, you will find it kind of sprinkally out there in the city and we have showers that will continued on and off through the morning. morning hours kind of patchy you're going to catch some breaks, but this afternoon it is pretty steady. i mean any time you step out this afternoon i think you will have to have the umbrella on hand with you. about 56 . here you can see all the rain that we have to go now really overspreading all of southern new england, so anybody leaving the house just get ready because it is going to be a little slower going because of the damp roads. 10:00 this morning, focus of a lot of steadier rain will be north of boston and new hampshire border back into western massachusetts but fills back in by lunchtime today and then this afternoon your best bet for heavy downpours, there they are, straight into the evening commute, but evening commute will actually see some improvements from west to east we are going to see the showers taper off from four to 7:00 p.m. so by 7:00 p.m. we are dry again
hours. rainfall today. i'm going with about half inch of rain but i could see anywhere from about a quarter to half inch, maybe slightly higher in in just a couple communities hit by successive downpours but temperaturewise really warm rain new bedford and norwood, plymouth at 58 , boston 57, same in framingham, 52 in worcester and orange and cooler up into southern new hampshire you're going to see a lot of lower 50s, couple lower 40s perhaps mixed in and perhaps a cooler rain there and tomorrow near 100% chance of rain, but tomorrow the rain will be skewed well into the evening. thursday we will have a couple straggling showers and by friday morning the slight chance of a shower. here is why. 7-day forecast with weekend always in view. it gets pretty breezy and mild on thursday. thursday those are just going to be spot showers, a lot lighter than what we get today and tomorrow night, 55 to 60 on christmas itself keeping it warm and partly cloudy but we have to
that's why i have a slight risk of shower in there and if wobbles close enough to carry in rain and over the weekend chances are going up, sunday better chance for showers with high 50. back to you. >> gene: 7:51. unbelievable video shows force of mudslide overseas. coming up why landslide was not created by mother nature. >> catherine: boy pholiday season's just like football season... you got your big games... ...and regular games. get it all at a great price... ...and the holiday season is won. everything in one place.
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of ripping off macy's with the help of cashier sister. right now the pair facing misdemeanor charges but the charges could be upgraded. gene: malfunction at sea world is back on the ground this morning. this is something a lot of
people would not want to be part of. passengers stuck on it for more than three hours. sky tower carries riders and passengers 400 feet high so they can see the entire theme park. all the passengers made it down to the ground safe and sound. sea world says it is investigating problem with the lift and ride is closed until the situation is resolved. >> catherine: more customers sick with e. coli and latest outbreak in the midwest. happened a month after a widespread outbreak in october. chilly previously said it expected more people to get sick before the problem was resolved. this is the third outbreak of an illness in as many months linked to the chain and more than 100 boston college students got the
cleveland circle. it is causing chipolte's stocks to take a hit. they were down at more than 3% at closing time yesterday. catherine: police officers in everett take on role of santa's elves to deliver toys to unaspecting boys and girls on the streets. >> this is for you. any time we have time to deliver it is a plus for everybody. >> catherine: 25 days of christmas covers it is facebook page. sometimes you can't tell who enjoys this more but a lot of smiles. >> gene: everybody having a good time. plymouth family dealing with hole on roof and work overnight to pull the crane out of the house and family member that made it out without a scratch. >> shiri: temperature 44 to 54 around 5:00 p.m. with temp
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their mom. >> i eat cake and blow out candles. >> catherine: after a frantic day long search
and why it took hours to track her down. >> gene: more controversial comments from donald trump. the apology he is demanding this morning. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody, 8:00, twenty-second day of december, appreciate you being with us, i'm gene lavanchy. >> catherine: i'm catherine parrotta for sara underwood. showers and downpours expected most of the day and fox25 storm tracker meteorologist shiri spear has more on which towns shiri? >> shiri: we already got steadier rain forming west of worcester right now, so worcester over to westfield and
taking western massachusetts and encounter steadier rain and otherwise pretty constant rain in place, 50 plymouth 52 worcester only 46 in those middle 40s going to fitchburg, even nashua 42 so cooler rain to the north and west of boston, pretty mild rain to the south and east but 10:00 a.m. i think the shower is a little underdone in and around the boston area but the story is going to be some patchy light rain still. noon time comes along, a lot of gaps start filling in, steady rain redeveloping and plus it turns heavier at times through the afternoon, pockets of heavy rain out there, just kind of catherine said a dismal day and errand returning today and will be somewhat warm and don't need somewhat hats and mittens and gloves but raincoat today, 52 to 58 , developing rain heavy at times and afternoon fog which at times could actually be dense and take a closer look at what you will encounter in just the next couple of hours.
julie grauert standing by with live drive time traffic. julie, where are the trouble spots now? >> julie: 128 southbound trouble spots and sky fox over winn street and buried, just tweeted this out, see the far right lane blocked and crews start to clear it off from the right-hand side, causing backups through the cloverleaf, back into wakefield, not quite to peabody but possibly if they don't get that cleared soon. shifting south things slow on the expressway we are used to that from furnace brook parkway to columbia road. here are live drive times, 20 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 40 minutes 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and hour on 128 from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. catherine and gene, back to you. >> catherine: we are following breaking news in taunton where a school bus has struck a pole with kids on board. happened 30 minutes ago on free mont street. no word yet on any injuries and fire department confirms wires
situation more dangerous. we have a crew heading to the scene and bring you very latest information as we get it. >> gene: train topples into a house in plymouth. crews hat to bring in another crane to get it out and the mess it left behind and took awhile to pick up too. michael henrich just outside the home and, michael, the family has to find somewhere else to celebrate this season. >> michael: still there's a silver lining that they are okay fire department says nobody was hurt here, but you mentioned a mess, and it is getting messier surely inside this house here on lisa avenue. take a look at the roof, the large hole there on the left side. pieces up and falling off on to the side. you have the gutter there, stripped half of it down to the ground level and unfortunately you will notice there's no tarp or anything covering up that hole, so as the rain pours down here, there's even more of a mess inside this two-story house so as if you didn't feel sorry
bucket truck boomed crashes into the home, this rain surely is an unfortunate icing on that very sour cake. now, i want to show you some of the footage from overnight here showing here that heavy machinery brought in to right that truck and get the boom out of the roof on the second floor of the home again we do want to stress that plymouth fire department says nobody was hurt. one person home but nobody hurt when this happened around 5:30 yesterday. as you see behind me here, restoration crew is here, i spoke briefly with an insurance adjustor who's on scene here just to confirm who the person on the property was and so they are doing their work, osha and the town's building department will be investigating this incident as soon as we have more we will bring it to you in an minutes. michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: happening today the man that gave a gun to one of the boston marathon bombers will be sentenced in federal court.
convicted on drug and weapons charges. during the trial of dzhokhar tsamaev he testified he let dzhokhar borrow a handgun two attack. that handgun was used to kill m.i.t. police officer sean bombing. >> catherine: a local mom led away in cuffs and today she will face charges running off with her two kids on her son's birthday. it is a story we began following yesterday afternoon. the mom says she wanted time with her kids. fox25 jessica reyes was live in lakeville this morning where their dad was very happy to have them home safe and sound. steve carrigan relieved and his ex-girlfriend valerie mcgrath took them. >> still worried. sick to my stomach and finally starting to subside a little bit
and they are safe and back with me. >> sara: when she hasn't shown up by 7:00 carrigan called police. large hail police and several other departments spent much of the day monday searching for this older model land rover. turns out mcgrath was in different plates and they found the kids in rentsal in mcdonalds drive through in raynham. >> someone must have saw something and told them they were driving a rental vehicle. >> jessica: the kids had no idea what just happened to them. they thought mcgrath taken stevie out for his birthday. >> jessica: three hours late with a the kids last month. yesterday was the first time they had seen her since. >> she likes the ask i so she could have went north and likes the beaches so she could have went south and i have no idea where she was going. >> catherine: she will be in district court for arraignment and we will have a crew there for the hearing.
firefighters stomping out the flame in abandoned building overnight. fire broke out first at 3:00 this morning at western avenue and soldiers field road. crews say the majority of the fire was in the courtyard area and flames were knocked down quickly and no one was hurt in the fire. >> gene: police in new hampshire searching for armed robber. you could see the clerk seas hands in the rare and someone in orange mask approaches the counter. this happened yesterday at exeter market on front street. police say the suspect got a gun and got away with cash. gene: new hampshire company will have to pay $150,000 for hazardous waste violations that led to explosion in 2014. fox25 reported that 15 people were hurt when an explosion happened at ball bearings plant in peterburgo. it was somehow mixed with another company and acid and $5,000 of the settlement money will go to local first responders. the rest will go to hazardous waste fund.
new hampshire want to fight the drug epidemic. coalition says they used the overdose drug narcan 3,000 times this year alone and now they wanted licensed counselors on their staff to help get addicts treatment. the proposal will be taken up by lawmakers in the upcoming session. >> catherine: republican presidential candidate gets hit with a tough question. new jersey chris christie was speaking and one person asked about being shady. >> what makes me shady? because i'm from in new jersey. i can't change that. several other candidates are in the granite state this week. they include john kasich and martin o'malley.
lashing out against hillary clinton and some may find it offensive. clinton is demanding. clinton saying it is not going to happen at the debate in new hampshire clinton said that trump is becoming isis's best recruiter and didn't take long for things to heat up. trump hasn't backed down at campaign michigan event in yesterday he used a colorful word to describe her loss to barack obama in the 2008 presidential race. some critics described that word as vulgar and also criticized clinton for using the restroom on saturday's debate. >> i know where she went. disgusting. i don't want to talk about it. disgusting. don't say it is disgusting. >> reporter: trump went on to
up the story at the debate. clinton spokeswoman says they don't have video specifically of isis using clips of donald trump, they have said his hateful rhetoric is only helping isis recruit more authorities. reporting live in washington, jacqueline fell, fox25 news. >> julie: track traffic and weather every ten minutes and 128 southbound accident still near winn street in burlington, a little over an hour on 128 south in route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. shiri? >> shiri: right now seeing some scattered lighter showers in place, 50 is temperature, 5:19 a.m., 10:00 a.m. 51 and showers are going to be somewhat scattered through the morning hours. i'm timing out steadier heavier rain next. >> catherine: commuters open with wallets, fare hike in the works and just how much more it could cost to take the "t" next year. >> gene: good morning asking
>> mark: >> shiri: steady rain continue through mildford, franklin, over to the worcester area, up in northeastern massachusetts, lynn in woburn seeing the steadier rain into nashua and new hampshire got the same thing. >> gene: governor charlie baker wrapping up the first year in office. he has managed to deal with the mbta failures after the worst winter in years. forge agreements on key reform to dcf and keep the popular iterating at all time high. what's his plan for next year? fox25 sharman sacchetti sat down with the governor at the statehouse and tells us what he has tackle and biggest fight ahead. >> sharman: cities and towns now worried they will have to
a lot to gain. >> sharman: people want to know if taxpayers are going to get stuck with the bill. >> no. >> sharman: this is not going to be another big dig? >> no, this is not going to be another big dig. >> sharman: this is a governor that likes to look into the details of state government and stay far away from taking positions on touchy political topics. >> sharman: is donald trump is nominee, will you support him? >> it is too early. >> sharman: weeks after calling donald trump's comments about muslims disgusting, he wouldn't tell me if he would support trump should he win the nomination. >> sharman: you're not willing to say yes or no if you will support donald trump. >> what i'm willing to say is we have a long way to go. >> sharman: i asked the governor if we should have done more earlier.
heard about cases involving deaths in auburn and, of course, bella bond. >> sharman: do you regret not tackling it earlier on. >> process we perceived on this is right one and i would always prefer to tackle stuff sooner rather than later. 9 feet of snow and few other things got in the way. >> sharman: governor baker told me the biggest fight ahead includes energy bill, charter school and opioid legislation. he is saying this before any snow has fallen. sharman sacchetti, fox25 news. >> catherine: if you have a drone or receive one for christmas u.s. government wants your name. new rules took evelyn tobin yesterday, all drones weighing more than half pound must be registered with the federal aviation margin. that includes drones already in use. registration is free. deadline to register is february 19th. failure to ploy may result in a fine. catherine: new rules follow increase in number of close calls between drones and
the globe says there has been 26 in massachusetts over the last nine months and commonwealth has seventh in encountsers by the state and nationwide only five cities had more. >> julie: good morning, everyone, 8:16, 128 southbound has finally been cleared and we have a new accident on 128 northbound at multicar crash right after 225. that will slow you down as well. so that's been a problematic area for us this morning. things have been slow on the expressway which is what we are used to from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road and there's live look and there's the rain that shirley was telling us would start to fall, see those wet roadways, so that will contribute to a slower drive time than usual. here are live drive times, 32 minutes on the pike mass ave and braintree split to the pike and nearly an hour and ten minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls.
to join us now and, shiri, 100% chance of rain. >> shiri: it is happening. >> julie: you're getting rain then. >> shiri: it is happening, it is happening right now, rain and fog in the picture, story through the afternoon so that's going to be the biggest weather threat. i'm going to put lightning on the map here and isolated flash of lightning and rumble of thunder, no widespread thunderstorms are expected, certainly nothing severe, but you could see just how much moisture we will be pumping into the area today. so that's going to help fuel the clouds and yes, the showers to the next many hours. just want to point out that we are going to get a little bit of a break in the action, so put tracker on the back end to this, so showers are temporarily going to lighten up starting in quincy at about 9:38, boston 9:57, lynn at 10:13, lowell at 10:44, nashua, new hampshire at 11:11 and 11:30 in derry, new hampshire, but that's not it for the showers because we will see more roll in back behind
. pretty balmy out there this morning. visibility this is the first i have seen it drop as rain has moved in, visibility at 5 miles which is not terrible, but definitely worth watching as afternoon fog is going to get even they can as showers get heavier and steadier, so afternoon temps going into the middle 50s in boston along with the rain showers. worcester a cooler rain, 46 right now, visibility also not taking too much of a hit and going to find reductions due to the rain mostly, but lower 50s this afternoon with showers continuing through about 5:00 p.m. there in plymouth 52 right now, look at how warm it is as it rains this afternoon. upper 50s. your showers will likely end around 7:00 this evening, that's last of the rainy see by 8:00 p.m., it will be dry, future cast shows again back end i remember we will catch a break in the action, that's what you're seeing her, so by 10:00 a.m. boston you will dry out a little while, same in southeastern massachusetts but
all of those breaks in the wet weather started filling back in, we got showers that will be widespread this afternoon along with pockets of heavy rain and downpours still hanging tight along the coastline at 5:00 p.m., eastern massachusetts drive home from work is it going to start wet but it will dry out here, you will see the showers fading pretty fast after 5:00 this afternoon. so if you're involved in the late drive home from work, chances are you're going to see the showers wind down, roads will still be damp. pix in boston today, 55 in beverly, 54 in fitchburg and 58 in plymouth. here is 7-day forecast weekend always in view, tomorrow similar temperatures in the middle 50s, but tomorrow we have more rain coming to town. we will start the day partly sunny but after 4:00 p.m. that's your rain at times heavy into wednesday late evening and overnight by thursday we hang on to a couple patchy showers. we are talking near record heat at 67. christmas at 59 and near 50
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smiling, change >> gene: smile on people's faces and tax writeoff if you wear the tree at work you can write it off. >> julie: we should dress up as trees and control room has picture of the boston yetti. a little bit more simplistic. >> gene: need snow to make it work. don't see yeti this year needs snow to come out. >> julie: we know we are not getting snow and yeti, might get a year off. >> shiri: they stole the top two choices for christmas outfits. back to the drawing board. forecast today. i'm going to time out downpours coming into town primarily this
>> catherine: another local complete new
england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: 8:30, rainy state to tuesday morning as we take a live look outside, not very pleasant out there as you can see pretty widespread at this point and it will continue through most of the day. shiri, you can go ahead and work your way into the shot there. miserable weather out there. >> catherine: a little bit dismal and need umbrella out there today and widespread. >> shiri: kind of eager to jump into the forecast. we have rain and notice how we have a little patch here of snow showers. that's actually going to roll through the area around 10:00 this morning and not going to be raining every single second of the day here and we are going to get waves of wet weather and what we have is a little bit of fog from boston to worcester to orange down to the cape and islands.
we are just seeing some slight reductions of visibility, mostly due to the showers now, but do expect some worse fog this afternoon. now, these are the areas catching break in the action, borne at 54, new bedford 52, but we hit marshfield and have showers in place right now, boston itself at about 50, woburn 51, 47 in wayland to framingham and pops of yellows in here and steadier mostly light rain and couple areas moderate rain continue into the sea coast of new hampshire back into western massachusetts, leominster 46 with rain in place, so starting out wet and does end up staying wet postally with light rain until as i morning. 50 right now in boston, 53 at noon time, rain will redevelop and then turn steadier and at times heavier through the afternoon, 3:00 p.m. 55 with some areas of fog on top of that dry by 7:00 this evening. so it is kind of in and out the
but this isn't it for the rain this week, go over pretty unsettled and mild pattern coming up and now julie grauert with live drive time traffic, julie, what do you have out there? >> julie: accidents i have been telling you about cleared, right now seeing heavy traffic flows still on 128 southbound as you approach the cloverleaf, through wakefield, woburn and approach burlington. south of town it is the expressway like usually is from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road, average speeds 11 miles per hour and as you could see here is the rain, reflex off the headlights and it is slowing things down. live drive times 18 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin bridge, 41 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and almost an hour and ten minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. catherine and gene, back to you. >> catherine: we have update in taunton school bus full of kids got into an accident and did not hit a pole.
bus took down wires and bus came in contact with wires and no one was hurt. police now searching for the car that fled the scene. >> gene: local mam accused of kidnapping two kids. brother and sister thought they were celebrating a birthday but it set off a search that went on for hours. fox25 jessica reyes in lakeville this morning where the kids are back home safe with their dad. >> jessica: steven carrigan still sick. >> i'm still worried. knots in my stomach and subside a little bit and just a overwhelming feeling that back with me. >> jessica: five-year-old stevie and seven-year-old eden was supposed to come back at five and when she hasn't shown up at seven he called police and searching for orlando model rand rover and turns out mcgrath
state police found the kids in rental in mcdonald drive through in raynham. >> police told me someone muff saw something or whatever and told them thisser driving the rental vehicle. >> jessica: kids had no idea what happened to them and birthday. >> went out for birthday. >> jessica: she was three hours late last month and yesterday was the first time they have seen her since. >> she likes to ski and could have gone north and likes the beach so she could have went south. i have no idea where she was going. >> gene: mother will be arraigned and we will be there for the hearing. gene: man that gave a gun one of the bombers was in court.
handgun that was used to kill m.i.t. officer sean collier. >> catherine: bad news for computers and taxpayers that don't ride the rails. live at south station with more on proposal being drafted and reaction from riders. daniel? >> daniel: good morning, catherine. the mbta is considering a fare increase of 10% every two years. now, on monday the "t" fiscal control board voted to approve that increase, saying it would be legal under current state law fare increase proposals being drafted for public consideration up in the increasing more than double by annual increase of 5%. it would also transfer more of the cost to people who actually ride the rails instead of taxpayers. i talked with some "t" riders and got the reaction to the proposed fare increase. >> handicapped so i guess that will go up.
inflation, what are you going to do. >> daniel: with that action the officials say the mbta faces a 242 million-dollar deficit in the next fiscal year that begins july 1st. the mbta says there will be a series of public meetings and hearings once the fare increase proposals have been submitted and next meeting scheduled for monday, january 4th. we are live outside south station this tuesday morning, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> catherine: burlington mother of two out of jail just in time for the holidays. she has spent the last eight months in prison accused of murdering a six-month-old girl in her care. the original autopsy found the baby died from blunt force trauma and shaking injuries and new expert found a different cause. >> expert that i retained that's the former chief medical examiner of rhode island looked at the entire record and concluded this case, in fact,
death of infant. >> catherine: despite the new findings the medical examiner remains firm the baby died from blunt force trauma and prosecutors are still pursuing murder charges in this case. this is the third recent case in middlesex county where shaken baby diagnosis was challenged. >> gene: kids in nashua back at school this morning after the entire district was shut down. this all started sunday when a serious threat with e-mails to the high school. fox25 was there as the buildings were swept by bomb sniffing dogs nothing was found but the superintendent tells fox25 there's a reason multiple police agencies and even the fbi were called in. >> one of them with the threat which is highly unusual and st. berard -- superintendents trained overtime and greater the cause for concern. >> comfortable for class and counselors on hand as well as police and investigation into
>> catherine: one of the americans killed in suicide bombing has been identified as new york police detective. detective joseph lemm was member of u.s. national guard, deployed once to iraq and twice to afghanistan. he leaves behind wife and two children. he was killed but only identified so far. he was killed in bag am, the biggest u.s. military in afghanistan and officials say suicide bomber on motorcycle targeted a joint control and taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack. catherine: happening today army sergeant bowe bergdahl will appear in military court on charges of desertion and endangering the fellow soldiers. he admitted he intentionally walked away from his post in afghanistan. he was caught and held captive by the taliban for almost five years. bergdahl was freed in controversial prisoner exchange last year. his case is focus of season two
and fellow soldiers that went to look for bergdahl said they hated him. >> if found him, a lot of u.s. would have shot him if that tells you anything. i truly say that with sincerity we had that much hate toward him. >> catherine: if convicted sar bergdahl could face life in prison. gene: lakeisha holloway prescott road. she was stressed out the because security guards were chasing her and her daughter out of parking lot where they were trying to sleep and homeless woman may have run out of money driving to child. crash. she is identified as jessica valence waila. sheand her husband celebrated
three victims remain in critical condition. >> julie: track traffic and weather every ten minutes and looking at 40 minute drive time on 93 south from 495 in andover down to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: right now if you're leaving the clouds, conditions pretty quiet and i think at 10:00 this morning we will have pretty good travel conditions but noon to 5:00 p.m. things going down hill with some downpours, even in between they are turning poor for awhile, i will show what you time next. >> gene: 8:40 this morning with eye on washington d.c., donald trump says it is all about new england. >> developed an amazing relationship with the people of new hampshire. i'm up there a lot. it is really important. >> gene: blair miller
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>> shiri: 8:43. shiri spear here and back end of earlier rain moving into massachusetts, steadiest stuff continues north of boston, north of the mass pike right now into northeastern massachusetts, north central massachusetts and sea coast of new hampshire. >> gene: 8:00 terror judge found man accused of buying assault rifles for the san bernardino shooters is danger to the community. enrique marquez is being held without bail while faces terrorism-related charges. the judge ruled yesterday he still poses a risk to the public prosecutors say he provided guns that syed farook and tashfeen malik used in the shootings that left 14 people dead and also plotted terror crimes in 2011 and again in 2012. >> catherine: grand jury decided not to indict anyone of woman that died in police custody. she was found hanging from jail
bag and police say his death was suicide but family rejected that finding. the attorney for bland's family says they still have questions about the case. catherine: this morning police continue the search for wealthy texas teen that's on the run. 17-year-old ethan couch was known as affluenza teen after he was not responsible for drunk driving crash that killed four people in 2013 because he was too rich and spoiled. couch ran after he was caught on camera violating probation. police believe he is with his mother in a truck like this one here. there's a chance they already left the country. passports are missing. >> gene: search continues today in china after 100 people missing after a landslide and happened sunday taking out industrial park and whole thing was caught on camera. officials say the disaster was not natural at all. instead it was caused by a pile of earth and construction waste that was the height of three story building.
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joining us now and, shiri, how long can we expect the rain to come around? >> shiri: we get occasional breaks and keeping it pretty light during the morning hours, heavier reason develops this afternoon along with some of the fog that i have been telling you about and at times the fog could get tricky, dense in areas, mild unsettled areas ongoing for the next several days into the holidays straight into the weekend and several chances for shower. right now 50 , we got the light rain in boston now. still not picking up very much accumulation, expecting anywhere from a quarter to about a half inch of rain today. 10:00 a.m., 51 , we are going to get a little break in the showers right around 10:00 this morning, lasts until noon, lower 50s continue middle 50s this afternoon as we got another surge of showers that will form and this time around there will be a little steadier, got waves of heavier stuff that develops in there as well and it takes us into the first half of the evening commute, so look at all
the way back across new york and pennsylvania, down to the mid-atlantic states, so we got all of this thrifting toward us here, mild yes and kind of shower which makes it tough to enjoy the warmer than average temperatures, but 10:00 a.m., pointing out. still have a couple showers up into southern new hampshire and western massachusetts but there too we catch a breather at noon time when things start to fill back in and any gaps in the showers that we have are filled in by drizzle at first, turns a little steadier at times through the afternoon and into the evening commute. 5:00 p.m. hanging tight across the coast, we still got some heavier rain out west even into central massachusetts, i expect that we will start to see the showers really shut off from four to seven we are going to clear on out from west to east so that means that dinner time tonight things are looking way better and overnight the clouds even break apart for a little while. expecting rainfall totals like i said right around half inch of
a little bit, going to keep close eye on downpours and, of course, kevin lemanowicz will be timing those out for you starting at 5:00 today but this afternoon high temperatures are going to the upper 50s from norwood to new bedford to plymouth at 58 and boston 56 same and 56 and lawrence middle 50s, southern new hampshire gets stuck right around 50 but again tomorrow about 100% chance of rain, it is going to happen much later in the day, got a couple remaining scattered showers into the christmas eve forecast, christmas itself, only got the slight risk of shower in there, 7-day forecast with weekend always in view, 57 today with on and off showers, heavy at times during the afternoon, winding down during the evening. for tomorrow 56 , we got showers as mentioned later in the day coming to town after 4:00 p.m. you can see again we got downpours tomorrow and we are going to deal with about half to an inch of rain total on your
thursday keeping some scattered showers in the forecast, record breaking heat as well, 67 almost 30 above average. 59 here on friday. friday is going to come with slight risk of a shower because front to our south if it moves it could bring those rain showers closer. for now keeping it dry and over the weekend we got near 50 both days and a lot of 50s on the map saturday, sunday better chance of getting back up to 50 and sunday we also got a better chance of rain finally clearing out and seeing the nice bright sunshine again for next monday. back to you. >> gene: 8:50 this morning after disastrous attempts we have liftion and landing and what it could mean for space exploration.
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>> gene: rj hunter trying to beat the buzzer and he does. celtics up by eight and then in the second avery bradley will take it to kelly lynnic and big man hits the three ball and smack' three game losing particular and they beat minnesota. bruins host canadiens at the stadium on the first day of the new year and lucky enough to have tickets for the winter classic that's great. mayor marty walsh say game will be on big screen and copley square on new year's day, first day boston celebrations and also ice sculptures and other events
scheduled for just after 1:00. gene: red sox will finally retire wade boggs. they plan to honor the hall of famer on may 26th. he played 11 seasons for the red sox, won the american league battle title five times and hard feelings when he left the sox and chose to sign with the yankees in 1993. >> catherine: two astronauts ended up taking a space walk. take look at this video, scott kel and he tim copra floating outside the station and took them a little over three hours to finish the job which involves fixing a railcar so russian cargo spacecraft can dock tomorrow. >> catherine: major step forward for space x yesterday. one of the rockets deployed 11 an issue. this is the first successful launch for the company. the three previous unmanned rockets exploded after liftoff.
planned for next month to deploy for satellite and they hope reusable rockets will lower the cost of space travel. catherine: one local family waking up to new skylight coming up following unusual disaster at their home. shiri? >> shiri: right now temperatures in 40s and 50s and mostly just drizzle out there, 5:00 p.m. that will be the end of the showers, so in between i'm timing out downpours
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