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new at 7:00, hear what bil >> sarah: blizzard warning posted for the mid-atlantic states and snow, wind as well as coastal concerns and see minor shift in next 24 hours could change everything for us. >> gene: thousands of flights already canceled and live at logan where people are trying to get out before they get stuck. >> sara: incredible video. jeep goes through a wall and lands through a swimming pool.
off course. >> gene: bronco players are allegedly trash talking about what they are saying about this weekend's big game. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> sara: good morning, everyone, i'm sara underwood, thank you for joining us. >> gene: friday, twenty-second day of january, two big stories we have for the weekend, weather, following that, and patriots. bill belichick taking the podium down in foxborough giving news conference pryor to the practice and heading to denver where they play in the afc championship game coming up on sunday against the broncos, and we want to join bill belichick's conference down there in foxborough to hear what he has to say as patriots gear up as patriots have a chance to get to super bowl l. >> bigger challenge. >> own. always good to have any player -- good to have every player back, any player back, good to have sebastian back, any
we will prepare for it. >> a lot better than they were. >> best it was against us how we saw it. >> corporation this week, practice, headed out the there, how do they look? >> we will see. >> develop the offense. >> keeshan had it and a lot of differences and start on that and couple weeks there. >> gene: bill belichick making comments about patriots and broncos and, of course, the game coming up on sunday. sports team already out there,
on this morning. >> sara: first check in with fox25 sarah wroblewski who's in the stormtracker weather center, better idea what could happen, sara. >> sarah: we have been noticing some of the trends, we we have been watching the storm as it forms and we know especially through the day today and continuing this storm as it intensifies we will get a better idea of the exact track but right now seeing widespread snow, ice and rain across the southeast and pushing through the mid-atlantic during the day today, over 500 miles away and yet we will be watching very closely as the storm pushes off the mid-atlantic coast, one thing we do, pushing off the coast eastward, just how far north will it get before it moves to the east because there's a sharp cutoff and the amount of snow that's expected as you travel further north. that's why you have blizzard warnings in place for the d.c. area, as well as into long island, but for the southcoast
have a winter storm watch, still expecting to see some accumulation across the region, i will show you exactly how much it will be a plowable snow in some areas as well as the timeline in just a few minutes. over to you guys. >> julie: good morning, everyone, taking look at roads, we have a closure here on route 106 eastman street in easton, earlier accident has the road closed 123 foundry street. shifting north new accident this is right at 95 and 128. expressway slow in the typical spot from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road. 93 south i'm finding the most sluggish conditions as you approach somerville. live look right now at route 1 in saugus, and this is very atypical to have this much space between the cars, but fridays have a tendency to be light, so fingers crossinged it will stay this way the rest of the commute 15 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 34 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector, 24 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in
gene and sara, back to you. >> gene: people in mid-atlantic states are moving fast and foursly to try to get ahead of the storm. grocery stores sold out in bread in washington d.c. where they could have record snowfall. they can't keep up with rock salt or shovels. the government will shut down early. cities shutting down down for what could be as much as 30 inches of snow. >> sara: it is getting busy at later as thousands of people try to get out ahead of the snow. >> gene: 4,000 flights have already been canceled. fox25 stephanie coueignoux live at logan where passengers are getting the bad news this morning. good morning, stephanie. >> stephanie: gene, certainly mixed emotions here at logan airport. right here behind me, the lucky folks here, they are able to get out on to their flights, they are leaving early, a lot of them are going west and avoiding the storm all together, but take a look, i will have the photographer situation room in on to the departure board, and
continuing to grow and in and out of charlotte, completely out of luck. same thing for raleigh-durham and baltimore and washington d.c. they are at a standstill, take a look, this is video from inside reagan international airport. it is a massive sleepover there, but much less enjoyable as dozens of passengers are already just waiting and likely for days to finally get out of that airport. mayor marty walsh says he actually has equipment ready to go down to d.c. to help dig them out of that blizzard that they are expecting and we also spoke with one woman, she drove in from maine. she was very nervous coming here from boston. going to be canceled. she is remembering last winter long and she says that she was very concerned. take a listen. >> very, very worried. up to two weeks ago and nothing until this week when they said
hit. >> stephanie: and already we have been seeing those cancellations go into the afternoon, already getting a jump on that storm as it makes its way up the east coast, and we will have another live report coming up in 30 minutes. at boston logan airport, stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. >> sara: our coverage of the winter storm continues all morning and right through the weekend. sarah will continue to update us on track of the storm every ten minutes and coming up in ten minutes we will have a full report from charlotte, north carolina are with heavy snow is already fall there. if you are at the tv you could keep an eye on fox25 weather app away from your tv. >> gene: developing news in brock top, working on water main break on north main street, water shut off on parts of the road. they have been working on that for an hour and so far no word how long the repairs will take.
jeep crashes through a luxury condo building and lands right in the pool. regatta riverview residency on museum way. the fire department tells fox25 the jeep ended up in the pool when the floor mat got stuck under the gas pedal. a valet was trying to park it at the time. instead though it jumped a curb, went through the wall and flew into the water and took awhile for firefighters to get it back out because it was leaking gas and they were worried about starting a fire. the valet was not hurt and the building is boarded up this morning. we will go live to the scene in the next 30 minutes. sara: breaking international news overnight an american college student is underarrest in north korea. the government controlled news agency in that country says that a university of virginia student is accused of committing a hostile act against the state. north korea says the student intended to destroy the country's unity. he was arrested on january 2nd a chinese based tour agency says
tour to north korea when he was detained. sara: and the u.s. military says a massachusetts marine and 11 other missing service members are dead. corporal christopher orlando of hingham is one of 12 marines two disappeared when two helicopters crashed off the coast of hawaii last week. the coast guard spent five days searching for the helicopters but they were not found. last night the marine corps declared all 12 victims officially dead. >> gene: you heard coach bill belichick at the top of the newscast. this morning they will head to denver for the afc championship game on sunday. pats are slight favorites in spite of losing in denver earlier this year. fox25 sports director tom leyden is in the mile high city this morning where the broncos say they feel like they are being disrespected. >> tom: earlier this week broncos called tom brady a cry baby and said he threw temper tantrums during the game in november. kind of laid off the gas when it came to bulletin board material on wednesday but it was
thanks to cj anderson. anderson scored the game-winning touchdown against the patriots on november 29th. yesterday he claims that he and his teammates underdogs on sunday in home stadium don't have the respect across the country that he feels they deserve. >> just, you know, we ain't got a chance. you know, they choose us, in wrong business. we are supposed to go out there and get killed sunday which is funny to me. go out there and play business -- play for the game. >> tom: whole different game on sunday than it was in november, peyton manning, demarcus ware and julien edelman and that's why patriots are the favorite. we will be the broncos, patriots workout in foxborough, they fly out later tonight. that's the story from denver. tom leyden, fox25 news. >> gene: patriots head coach bill belichick speaking at gillette stadium ahead of the team's departure tonight and if he says anything significant we will bring it to you.
stay with fox25 for complete coverage of the game. tom leyden and butch stearns will have a live report at five, six and ten. >> julie: keep breathing eight 93 south check we track traffic and weather every ten minutes every ten minutes and 36 minutes 93 southbound from 495 to the zakim bridge. >> sarah: got sunshine and teens and 20s and climbing into the upper 20s, low 30s by the evening drive, all is dry, but my eyes on this storm system that is going to be packing a punch across the eastern seaboard. of course, i will show you the latest timeline and impacts it will have in our area in just a few minutes. >> gene: it is a real life fight club involving local high school students. coming up at 7:30, the violent confrontation found on facebook and what police are doing to find people in these videos. >> sara: first, lots of accidents in the d.c. area ahead
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highway and barely visible and people being told to stay home and they got a playoff game there too, nfc championship game this weekend, panthers and cardinals on sunday. the city canceled big pep rally they had outside and expected to get worse as the day moves along wild crash driver sideswiped ambulance on monday and hit a metal pole in washington d.c. light pole that snapped in half and went right through the car. went through the floor of the vehicle too and missed the drive's head. got only about six inches. >> sara: other major international headlines and police waiting on results of autopsy to determine what happened to little boy found near his home. >> we have found noah. he was located about one and a
went missing from. >> sara: noah was known to rule out from home. police have ruled out foul play. >> gene: oklahoma prosecutors say daneld holts claw found women in poor neighborhoods with prior drug or prostitution arrest and raped and assaulted them and yesterday judge sentenced them to serve 263 years in prison. gene: small legal victory for bill cosby. woman claims cosby sexually assaulted her. more than 50 woman accused him of assaulting him. he was charged with indecent attack in 2004.
take public health and water supply for the city is contaminated with lead and happened after the city started drawing water from the flint river in april of 2014. in you documents show the epa water was contaminated early last year and local emergency was not declared until mid-december. >> gene: cow destined for the slaughter house hat to make a break for it. parking garage and got it back on the trailer and it did get over to the slaughter house. cow not fast enough to make a quick get away there. gene: 8-foot crocodile taking dip in the pool. american crock, tell by the snout and ended up leaving on its own before official could arrive and couple moved from pennsylvania days before the crock turned up. maybe, julie, having second
>> julie: accident on the pike eastbound at 128 at the weston tolls. another accident on 95 northbound in canton, this is off to the shoulder now right at 128. here is live look and bright look at that at the expressway, a little overexposed right now and drive times 30 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, 37 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and 12 minutes on 128 northbound from university avenue in westwood to the weston tolls. meteorologist sarah wroblewski in for shiri spear today and chilly temperatures for kids heading out to the bus stop right now. >> sarah: sunshine will be deceiving, expect to have the sunglasses, hat, mittens and although we have mostly sunny skies out there, take look at temperatures, they are in the teens right now, 20s, so bundle up, layer up at the bus
playing a factor this morning. although it is 19 in boston, that wind out of the northwest about 14 miles per hour making it feel like just 6 , so single digit wind chill values as we head through the morning hours. good news is the winds will lighten up through the afternoon and temperatures in the 20s and upper 20s, low 30s by the afternoon and noticing to the clouds filling on in, mainly high, thin clouds and still see some sunshine through the afternoon as kids come home from school and before the evening commute and any dinner plans for friday night, we are looking just fine as temperatures will fall back into the mid-20s. so today highs a little bit cooler than it was yesterday but the winds will actually make it feel a little bit nicer, upper 20s to low 30s with mostly sunny skies but it is going to be a big change as we head into the weekend. we got a winter storm watch for the southcoast, the cape and islands as well as southern rhode island and connecticut. this all begins tomorrow at 7:00 a.m. until sunday morning
so our weekend storm headlines while we are missing the brunt of the storm, we will still be impacted with the heaviest snow to the south, there will be very sharp cutoff further north you go and strong winds too will be quite gusty, 50 to 60 miles per hour for the cape and islands and that could lead to some scattered power outages, maybe perhaps isolated damage too and those winds churning up the seas will bring some of the waves on shore as we head toward the times of high tide, late saturday night and then again sunday morning. could see minor coastal flooding, pockets as well as some beach erosion too. so this is our storm system really beginning to take shape now, snow spreading from the mississippi valley, tennessee valley to the carolinas, heavy rain too to parts of the southeast and continue to track into the mid-atlantic and this is where we are going to see some of the most intense snow and winds. that's why we have blizzard conditions in places like d.c.,
island. noticing the time stamp, this is late on friday, we are just doing with clouds and by early saturday morning as the system finally pushes pushes off the coast, noticing brunt of the storm to the south and this budges about 50 miles, we could be talking about higher impact across the south and high pressure to the north really suppressing the storm to the south, so by saturday expect to see the snow will begin to arrive from south to north through the lunch hour toward the mass pike and as we head into the evening hours, we are watching some of the snow bands steady across the southcoast and one thing we notice with the trend, biggest impact going to be saturday night and sunday morning before we finally see improvements and breaks in the clouds. so while the jackpot will be near the d.c. area, we are expecting to see anywhere from coating to couple inches in boston, ocean effect could allow for the coastal locations to see higher amounts, three to five and best chance of seeing six inches will be down across the
forecast with weekend always in view, get ready, we are going to be talking about snow, wind as well, we will see temperatures moderate as we head into next week with a chance of showers on tuesday, but, of course, we will take a closer look at some of the new data coming in and bring that to you live and have update in a few minutes. >> sara: pair of adorable dogs stolen from a local home and still ahead on the fox25 morning news, while the owners think where they took the dogs to play made them a target. but first, popular brand of infant car seats issuing major
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>> gene: more retailers should follow amazon's lead and let customers return the hover boards. they want stores to sell them until they are investigated. battery packs have started fires and devices also linked to growing number of injuries from falls. >> i'm not so sure the products are manufacturing in a way that really are safe enough to use, even under reason reasonable circumstances. >> gene: they may eventually issue recall notices. >> sara: it is looking like black friday in wal-mart. shoppers taking advantage of big deals as hundreds of stores get ready to close for good. in wisconsin they were willing to wait outside in the cold for up to an hour for chance to get inside. the stores are closing, so wal-mart can focus on
in massachusetts the seekonk and fall river sam's clubs will close their doors for good on the twenty-eighth. >> gene: police make one arrest in school threat and what we know about the investigation and extra security this morning. >> sara: >> sarah: tracking storm heading our way by the weekend i will show you how it will brush us with accumulating snow and other concerns for the coast in just a few minutes. >> sara: she looks dramatically different from the last time we saw her. coming up at 7:00, the admission
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>> gene: worries hour latest temperatures and what's ahead of the snowstorm and southern states right now, latest models this morning show that we are going to dodge a bullet with this one in terms of the weather and impact here. >> sara: live look in memphis and still dark outside but you can see roads covered in some snow right there and other parts of the country they are just getting slammed, sara.
in some locations and talking about measuring the snow in feet and the nation's capital which hasn't happened. >> gene: we know what that's like. >> sarah: it has been close because the storm is so massive and takes a small little budge to the north and south and wobble room and that mean it could significantly impact us. going to be a sharp cutoff to the north of the snowfall totals and this is what we are looking at, looking at some snow across the region as pushing through parts of locke -- little rock to charlotte and noticing the system still hundreds of miles away, so we have some time and that time is today as wake up this morning in boston, beautiful out there, bright sunshine, although it is cold, 19 , wind out of the northwest making it feel like six, so the future cast wanted you to plan your day with temperatures in the teens now, climbing into the
getting ready to head back home and i have the latest timeline on totals and how much you can expect coming home. >> julie: shifting south just a bit, things moving along fine on 128 north and southbound and little slow on the expressway still average speeds 15 miles per hour from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road still heavy solid volume past the gas tank. here are live drive times, 32 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike, 38 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and 13 minutes on 128 northbound from university avenue in westwood to the weston tolls. gene and sara, back to you. >> sara: julie, it is the best video of the week. this is an suv in the middle of an indoor pool and owner of the
handed car over to a valet when clearly there was a pretty big problem. fox25 michael henrich at the scene in cambridge for us this morning, and mike 58, we still don't know if the jeep was being parked or brought out for the owner. >> michael: it left quite a mess here at condo complex and cambridge and regatta riverview residency and boarded up section of the building and giant hole and she you what it looked like right after the suv caused the damage around 11:30 last night. now, crews on scene tell fox25 a valet driver says the floor mat somehow got stuck with the gas pedal causing him to slam the suv over the curb through the condo complex's wall, leaping over the two lane lap pool before crashing into another
one woman who lives here says wake her up. even though she has a view from her place over the scene. >> first thing that came to mind we had incident where a water main broke and gym flooded and so at first i thought it was something like that because the pipe froze and this has never occur to me. >> michael: valet driver got out of the jeep on his own, treated by first responders on the scene here and did not have to be taken to the hospital, so that certainly is silver lining in whole situation. we are working to find out more details about the investigation as soon as we have an update for you we will bring it to you right here on fox25 morning news live in cambridge, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: as you know by now, not a great weekend to travel. winter storm team is tracking
the airport, but people seem to be taking things well so far and stephanie coueignoux tweeted a few minutes ago not looking too bad. >> stephanie: not looking great but the problem is it is probably looking the best it is going to be in the next few days taking a look behind me, everything in yellow, those are cancellations and talking about the usual suspects, charlotte dealing with the ice, all of those canceled, d.c., baltimore, raleigh durham also canceled and what i noticed earlier flights have been able to sneak on by, really the flights in the afternoon and even tonight that are popping up as canceled, so not some good news here at terminal c. again, taking a look at this video, this is from reagan international airport, already they are having and they are seeing stranded passengers there one employee back here in boston she was telling me that it is
right now, but again, we are talking about later on this afternoon when the cancellations ramp up as the storm starts to head our way. earlier i spoke with one woman that was here in boston for work would be she is from baltimore, she was able to fly out, actually said a few coworkers from charlotte, they are back at the hotel, they are stranded for several days, and she says because they are expecting a few feet of snow in baltimore, she is scared but she is relieved that so far her flight is on time. >> i'm so grateful, we thought the flight was going to be canceled and it is not and a lot of us have family, so we are not alone. they miss us. >> stephanie: a lot of relief in her voice, and it does seem a lot of people have called in ahead of time, so they are headed moment, they are staying at the hotel, but again, a lot
stuck for several days. >> gene: sarah will continue to update us every ten minutes and if you're away from the tv you can still keep an eye on the storm fox25 weather app to download far free for apple and android devices. >> sara: e-mail bomb threats sent to yet another school district. there's no evidence of real danger in any of the messages. just last month police were called to cambridge schools multiple times for a series of threats against the middle school. sara: copy cat of e-mails. left note in bathroom at the high school hoping to get out of class. the incident came just a day after the building was evacuated over one of the e-mailed threats and in mildford, students will be back in class this morning following an e-mail threat there we were on scene as police and
high school yesterday morning. the entire building was searched but officials decided to cancel school just in case. dozens of schools have been hit by those threats this week. the fbi is investigating. >> gene: fights posted to facebook and they are trying to find the source. it first was under worcester fights shows young people and real fits fights in locations around worcester. some of the fights happen last school year and trying to identify the fighters and investigators say local moms and dads may also be involved. >> in some cases we have parents taking their children to the fights because of a conflict son our daughter might have had with another teenager. >> gene: facebook page taken down a short time after police started investigating and now back online but under a different name. >> sara: attorney for local mother wants murder charges against her dropped. blackstone erika murray was in court. she is at the center at one of
investigations in the state. murray is the mother of four living children and charged in the death of two of three infants found dead in her squall order home. her attorney said she is a bad mother but not murderer. murray's boyfriend who's also charged in the case is due back in court next week. >> gene: brown substance found on some of the mail in massachusetts. it confirms it was sugar and alcohol based glycerin. there was no chances when the brown goo. glycerin often found in low fat foods, drugs and cosmetics and only harmful if someone exposed to it in large amounts. >> sara: local police officers
played a role in judge's decision to kick cops out of her courtroom. fox25 investigates obtained audio recording what judge kelly called general announcement in municipal court last month. several police officers waiting to testify were ordered out because they were carrying the department issued guns. >> if they want to step outside in the way the commonwealth calls, that is always appropriate, but there are no firearms in this courtroom. >> sara: the judge declined fox25 request for interview about the comments. spokesperson for the trial court says judges have discretion whether to allow judges in the courtroom but could not tell us whether any other judges have ever given such an order. >> gene: 7:40 this morning, top lawyer has a new job, martha coakley signed off at boston firefighter school of law. coakley was first woman to be the massachusetts attorney general. she held the post from 2007 to
globe reports she will teach a class on criminal law in the 20s 1st century. this isn't coakley's first time teaching last year. she had a fellowship at harvard. >> julie: track we track traffic and weather every ten minutes every ten minutes. relatively calm commute so far. 18 minutes right now on the expressway northbound from furnace brook parkway to columbia road. sarah? >> sarah: temperatures in the teens and feeling like the single digits with the wind and expect temperatures to stay in the teens to the lower 20s by the mid-morning and lots of sunshine, solar glare, going to be a completely different story come tomorrow. i have the latest timeline when snow may impact your community in just a few minutes. >> gene: 7:41. injury that's popping up in dozens of millennials and how technology we are using every single day is leaving a lot of people hurt. gene: two dogs stolen from local home and why suspect may
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>> sarah: sarah wroblewski tracking winter storm pushing through the southeast and headed toward
the mid-atlantic and eventually new england. i will show you the latest timeline and impact to our area in just a few minutes. >> sara: precious black and white dogs missing and video neighbor took could be the key to help finding the dogs. daniel miller is here with the video. >> daniel: pomeranians were taken while they were home alone
in through the window and took a few sentimental rings from russia and dogs. four-year-old ceasar and three-year-old clearo -- cleo and they were black and white and dogs appeared to have been tucked under their arm. >> if they were bigger they could have protected themselves and. >> daniel: they told fox25 they don't care about the rings but want the dogs back. they play at park across the street and pleadingon line for help. somerville police are also investigating. one of the dog has a microchip so if they are sold they will be tracked. we got the story up on the facebook page this morning if you want to share to help find the dogs. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news.
animal shelter plans to rebuild. sweetpea friends of rutland animals and plans already in the works when fire ripped through shelter in november killing dozens of cats and dogs and new design includes firearm and protection system and nighttime volunteer shifts but after the fire paxton selectmen suspended the shelter's license based on state concerns about safety. >> sara: serious winter weather coming our way but good news for beachgoers. fences along the beach that block off prime spots could be coming down this summer. they are to protect the endangered plover community of birds. the u.s. fish and wildlife service are easing service to give moor flexibility to manage the birds. the plan is likely to be approved next summer. >> julie: route 3 still moving along nicely as you head from 228 in rockland througha weymouth and into braintree. 24, 95 have also been -- not too
bright green on traffic flow. expressway slow and heavy volume there from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road. also want to let you know hushings street is closed right now, it is in roxbury right at humboldt avenue because of police activity. here is live look at the expressway and volume like i mentioned remains steady and heavy. hover to live drive times 13 minutes route 3, 228 to the brant split, 13 minutes on 95 north from 495 to 128. meteorologist sarah wroblewski in for shiri spear. i know you will get to the storm but as far as the temperatures as you head out the door right now, 20s, low 30s what you will be forecasting. >> sarah: that's where you will be heading for today. winds are going to die down so actually feel a little bit nicer, those winds still pretty gusty out of the northwest, so although it is beautiful in boston with bright sunshine, it is only 19 and sure enough, it only feels like 6 .
those highs in the upper 20s to low 30s and notice temperatures overnight falling back into the teens and 20s, so cold conditions once again and with partly cloudy skies, setting the stage for this storm that is really impacting the southeast with severe weather as well as ice and snow and this system is going to continue to push into the mid-atlantic as it evolves and as it does so it is going to real churn up the winds up the coast and create blizzard conditions from d.c. to the jersey shore even long island. now, this system is still hundreds of miles away just under 500 miles from the northern edge and i . it out because we are a day away from seeing the snow move in. as it gets toward the mid-atlantic, actually going to push to the east and really going to see how far north it extends its precipitation shield, and looks as though we are going to be dealing with blizzard conditions in our area per se like the d.c. area but we
we are just on the northern edge it is going to be a sharp cutoff where we are going to see the significant snow and does look as though see heavy snow across the coast and cape and see accumulation to the north, it will be a sharp cutoff, so the winter storm watch goes into effect tomorrow morning through sunday morning. best chances of seeing six inches of more to the south, three to five just south of the city and then coating to couple of inches, could see ocean effect snow as wind will turn on shore and gusty as system wraps up and passes to the south. now, it is a very large storm, all i have to do is wobble a little to the north, wobble a little to the south and going to be some big changes, significant impact to the region, but this is what it is looking like. by lunchtime tomorrow, you're going to see snow spreading across connecticut, rhode island, southcoast, north of the pike and very sharp cutoff and system pushes farther to the south, pushing, high pressure to the north working to
why battle between the two and does wrap up as we head into early sunday and looking at improvement, 7-day forecast shows temperatures in the 30s, moderate into the upper 30s to 40 by next week with a chance of showers. i will show you the impact on winds and coast coming up. over to you. >> gene: simple invention by college student that is putting a smile back on faces of sick children. gene: next another local singer impressing the idol judges. city she c today in america, the top 1/10 of 1% owns almost as much wealth
>> gene: new numbers show more guns found on carry on bags. tsa officials found 2600 guns in 2015, up 20% from 2014. at logan agents found ten guns just two found in manchester, boston regional airport, new hampshire, much smaller number
compared to 153 guns found on the dallas airport. >> sara: hillary clinton heading back to new hampshire to continue her campaign today.
hall in rochester this morning and head to concord for pro-choice dinner and host another town hall in manchester. we will have the latest at 5:00. sara: clinton's rival leading polls in new hampshire. peterborough yesterday and talked about the issue and also spent good amount of time focusing on chances in new hampshire and iowa. >> if we do well in both of the states we are looking at great political upsets in
modern history of the united states of america. >> sara: some of his supporters told us they question his electricitiability and beat hillary clinton in the long run to get the nomination. sara: chris christie has three stops in sandwich,
john kasich is stopping and tilton, dover jeb bush visiting stratum and exeter and stay for complete information with the iowa caucus and new hampshire primary. >> sara: >> gene: two massachusetts natives hoping to be the next milder. jessica cabral tweeted to fox25 giving us heads up about her did. >> gene: judge's loved her and she had serious vocals. that makes two from the area. >> sara: hope they both make
>> gene: big weapon grandmother used to beat the suspect away and what she is hoping police can use to help catch him. >> sarah: what cold air sinks to the south and tracking this storm system sure enough bringing ice and snow and i will show you the latest track to our area coming up the next hour. >> sara: new at 8:00, unthinkable proposition for many parents. coming up next the stroller that announcer: where do you line up with john kasich on the issues? take the kasich quiz! forced obamacare expansion in ohio. voted for massive defense cuts and defended the process that closed pease air force base, which cost thousands of local jobs. even had the worst rating on spending of any governor in the country - republican or democrat. john kasich - wrong on new hampshire issues. right to rise usa is responsible
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>> sarah: massive storm pushing through the southeast heading our wait and winter storm posted for parts of the area and show you changes from overnight and how much snow you can expect. >> sara: slip of the pedal ends
in a crash and why they are blaming a floor mat for the expensive mess. >> gene: patriots are in denver and how the weather is impacting the patriots and broncos. good morning, everybody, welcome back to the fox25 morning news on friday morning, always nice to reach friday, don't you think? >> sara: january 22nd. beautiful. >> gene: i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. winter storm working way through the south and our way. storm tracker meteorologist and fine-tune all morning long.
evolve and through the overnight hours, the track shifted a little further north which would impact the southcoast with heavier snow which is why we have the winter storm watch now for parts of the southcoast, but this is the storm system. i mean we are talking snow from the mississippi
valley iall the way to the mid-atlantic coast and this is going to be heading into the mid-atlantic through the hours and heading toward us into the weekend and still 450 miles away from the northern edge of this system, but we got a potpourri of winter storm watches and warnings, d.c. to long island and it is our southcoast that we have the winter storm watch for the best chance for seeing six inches of snow or more and further north you go, really going to see the snowfall totals taper. now, there has still been some question on that track, if it does budge a little bit further to the north, we could be talking about some significantly higher totals and otherwise we are going to really have to watch it as new information
you're stepping outside, teens and 20s, sunshine, the calm before the storm, high, thin clouds will move on in as the day goes on and highs today upper 20s, low 30s, cold air setting the stage for that snow, of course, going to show you again the timeline when to expect it coming up in just a little bit? let's get check of traffic now with julie grauert. how are the roads looking? >> julie: roads looking pretty good, a little bit of quiet commute today, closure in easton, route 106 eastman 103 foundry street because of an earlier accident. expressway jampacked from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road and also have closure in roxbury, humboldt avenue police activity and 93 south sluggish through medford as you approach somerville. here is look drive times 18 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin and hour on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and 28 minutes on 128 south from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. gene and sara, back to you.
the coast are running into issue this morning logan already filling up as people wait for delayed or canceled flights. stephanie coueignoux talking to people and you keep showing us the departure board and doesn't look good. more delays and cancellations popping up all the time over there. >> stephanie: it is all relative and doesn't look good and cancellations are in yellow and i have to tell you this is probably the best it is going to look the next few days already 16 cancellations and again, we are seeing the same problem areas charlotte raleigh durham and washington d.c. baltimore richard, virginia, those really bearing the brunt of the cancellations and again, we are expecting those to grow. meantime good news, video from this terminal that we shot earlier on today, and you can see it wasn't so bad. employee did tell me they are
and some good news people seem to be calling ahead and checking to see if the flights are canceled and if it is, they are saying home, staying at the hotel and earlier i spoke with woman who was here for work, she actually threw in from baltimore and already several of her coworkers staying at the hotel, they called ahead, their it is flights to charlotte totally canceled the next few days. she says she is worried about the blizzard ready to hit her hometown of baltimore and just relieved she is finally able to fly out to time. >> very, very worried. up to two weeks ago i have been checking and nothing until this week when they said the storm was coming and something came and please don't let it hit. >> stephanie: so really just a lot of relief from folks here as they are checking the board very carefully we are also checking the board very carefully and have another live update in 30 minutes. boston logan international airport, stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news.
winter storm continues all morning and throughout the weekend. sara will continue to update us on the track of the storm every ten minutes, and we are also going live to our nation's capital as washington places for a blizzard. if you're away from tv we can keep an eye on the storm with the fox25 weather app. it is available to download for free for apple and android devices. new this morning a jeep crashes through a luxury condo building in cambridge and lands right in the pool. take look at damage. happened at 11:00 last night at regatta riverview residency this is on museum way. the jeep ended up in the pool when the floor mat got stuck into the gas pedal and valet trying to park it at the time and said jumped a curb, went through the wall and flew into the water. took awhile for fire fighters to get it back out because it was leaking gas and they were worried about starting a fire.
is boarded up this morning. >> gene: official super bowl banners and decorations going up around san francisco. city hosting super bowl l on february 7th, the road to san francisco goes right through denver and patriots face the broncos on sunday and tom leyden is in colorado where it looks factor. >> tom: sharp contrast expected east coast this week and weather will be seasonably beautiful, expected to go into the 50s today, in the 40s on sunday with the sun when the broncos and patriots square off in that stadium behind me. there was some good news from foxborough, martha slattery matthew slater was out there and everybody is out and good news. it is loud, it is boisterous and on top of everything else the players have to fight through
doesn't make things easy. >> tom: level. >> they have been a great organization a long time and played a lot of good bronco team and love to get to number three in the win column this weekend. >> playing on nfl on the road is difficult task but we are going on the road in denver, fans will be loud, they will be ready and denver broncos very solid team, very, very solid defense and we just got to be ready mentally and physically. >> gene: >> michael: it is a far cry from the conditions the two teams played in back in november it was snowing that night. we will be at broncos practice today and bring you the story from englewood and they fly out after the workout and they should arrive tonight. that's the latest from denver.
>> gene: stay with fox25 for complete coverage of the championship game. tom leyden and butch stearns will have live report from denver at news at five, six and ten. >> sara: breaking international news overnight, an american college student is under arrest in north korea. the government controlled news agency in the country says that a university of virginia student is accused of committing a hostile act against the state. north korea says the student intended to destroy the country's unit and he arrested on january 2nd. a chinese based tour agency says the student was part of group tour to north korea when he was detained. sara: u.s. military says massachusetts marine and others are dead. christopher orlando disappeared when two helicopters crashed.
officially dead. >> gene: two men are facing charges for leading police on a dramatic chase across town lines all started yesterday with an armed robbery at central market & travel. two men entered the store and told the clerk she was being robbed and clerk tells fox25 they tried to attack her. >> he tried to tase me and when i didn't feel anything i went at him, which i shouldn't have, and that's when he punched me. >> gene: suspects led police on chase when ended and kendall street in walpole and two other cars and police cruiser also involved in the crash and one officer taken to the hospital for chest injuries but will be okay. >> sara: grandmother takes things into own hands when beats would-be robber with a club. hoping sudbury river will catch the man who tried to steal from her.
maria allovers says man was acting strangely and took out knife and demanded money and that's when allovers grabbed the club and hit the suspect until he ran off. she is concerned he is still out there. >> if he hurts me he will hurt somebody else. >> she only had to use the club once before to defend herself and police looking for suspect on surveillance video. sara: happening today boston based draftkings plans to make changes to daily fantasy sports games and implement rules suggested by the attorney general of massachusetts and they include identifying experienced players who have won large prices and banning the use of software that let's customers enter hundreds of line-ups per day. draftkings won't raise the
limit monthly deposits. >> julie: 495 andover to the zakim bridge this is where we are seeing the heaviest volume 93 south and the expressway, i will show you drive time for the expressway in just a moment. first, here is sarah. >> sarah: tracking temperatures in teens and twenties with mostly sunny skies and expecting to see high thin clouds develop as we head into the evening hours and temperatures upper 20s and lower 30s and definitely calm before the storm because i'm tracking a winter storm that will be paralyzing parts of the mid-atlantic and bring accumulating snow to our area and show you latest timeline just minutes away. >> gene: look ma, no hands.
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afternoon. i will show you the timeline of
coming up. >> gene: storm made a mess in north carolina. live look at driving cam at sister station in charlotte where the snow has turned to freezing rain there now and sarah mentioned it will be moving to d.c. and live in washington d.c. and, kyla, we are crossing our fingers for you guys. >> kyla: , yes. we are expecting anywhere foot of snow to 30 inches of snow and i know boston is not a stranger to snow and been awhile since i experienced true blizzard but 30 inches of snow comes up almost to my hips and bit unnerving and not knowing exactly how much we will get this weekend and we are under a blizzard warning that takes effect at 3:00 this afternoon and goes until sunday morning, the federal government did decide to shut down at noon today to get thousands of commuters off
the roads and home before the snow starts falling. also all the local school districts are closed and for
around the district this weekend it will be virtually impossible. we found out metro going to shut down at 11:00 tonight, going to be shut down all through the weekend and concerned about how the power will be through the weekend and i did get an automated phone call last night from my electricity provider saying be prepared to lose power at some point this weekend and we know the effects could be long lasting into next week, we know the house lawmakers they already canceled stuff for monday, they will not go until tuesday night and still subject to change. for now reporting live in washington d.c., kyla campbell, fox25 news. >> sara: checking other national headlines now. the hunted is on this morning for three men accused of killing a recent lottery winner. gregory birch was shot and killed yesterday morning. three masked men used a shotgun to blast open his home and demanded he turn over the $400,000 that he won last year
when birch didn't give them any of the money he was shot and killed. >> sara: small legal victory for bill cosby. federal judge in pennsylvania has dismissed defamation lawsuit against the comedian. it was filed by a woman who claims cosby sexually assaulted her. more than 50 women have publicly accused of star of assaulting them. last month cosby was charged with aggravated indecent assault for alleged attack on woman in pennsylvania. sara: water crisis in flint, michigan cost one person their job. regional director for the environmental protection agency resigned yesterday after directing action to take public health. the water supply for the city is contaminated with lead. this happened after the city started drawing water from the flint river in april of 2014. new documents show the epa new that the water was contaminated
emergency was not declared until mid-december. >> julie: good friday morning and 8:18 and trouble spots watching on the road, start with 93 south where remains slow from medford into stoneham. shifting south expressway sluggish from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road. we do have a closure still. this is humboldt avenue between 28 sever street and hutching street for police activity and live look at the expressway, that volume remains steady, heavy and very typical of this time on the weekday morning commute. here are live drive times, 32 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike and hour and 20 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and 17 minutes on 128 northbound from university avenue in westwood to the weston tolls. meteorologist sarah wroblewski in for shiri spear today and as you head out the door, you will be dealing 20s is where we will start but other things to consider storms coming in this weekend. >> sarah: good thing it is coming in this weekend and not
looking at dry conditions and sunshine out there and temperatures that were in the teens, starting to improve, already 20 in boston right now, still 14 and worcester, so it is cold out there, 16 in portsmouth and boston 20 , norwood two, 19, with wind out of the northwest feels like it is in the teens and 11 . so going to continue and this is the forecast. a little bit cooler than yesterday, but those winds will feel a little bit better. of course, those wind chills will make it feel like five to 10 cooler than the actual temperature. 24 hours it is going to be a completely different story because we have a winter storm watch that goes into effect at 7:00 a.m. on saturday through 7:00 a.m. sunday for the southcoast, parts of rhode island and as well as southern connecticut as well as the cape and islands and this is because the storm system that's going to be barreling through the mid-atlantic, northern edge of it is going to bring
so this is what you need to know for your weekend storm headlines heavy snow is likely, especially along the southcoast, but we will notice a sharp cutoff the further north you go. along with the snow we will have some strong winds, gusts as high as 50 to 60 miles per hour for the outer cape. coastal parts and that may lead to some scattered power outages, isolated damage and along the coast because of those winds, we will be dealing with pockets of coastal flooding and beach erosion. during the time of high tide 11:00 p.m. on saturday as well as 11:00 a.m. on sunday. now, the amount of snow, it is going to vary the further north you go but best chance of sixisms or more down across the southcoast, cape and islands coating to couple inches and this is the storm system and it is going to get into better agreement as it pushes toward the coast and future cast does show that while we will be watching for blizzard conditions to develop in the d.c. area later on this evening, we are still going to be dry with some
notice the snow starting to arrive along the southcoast and getting toward the mass pike around the lunch hour as the system pushes to the east. slight jog to the north, bring steadier bands of snow into southern new england and looks as though we are going to be dealing with snow along the southcoast, cape and islands, during the evening hours and continuing overnight through early sunday and we are just really going to have to watch how far north the northern edge goes. winds too barreling across the coastal locations. so the 7-day forecast does feature the change heading our way this weekend temperatures moderate as we head into next week. we will also be watching the cold front bring chance of showers by tuesday. we will take a closer look at those hour-by-hour winds coming up next half hour. >> gene: 8:21 this morning, burglar after more than just money and jewelry when hit local home. coming up a family's plea to get their pet dogs back and video that caught the burglar in the act. we have heard a number of
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that's a separate thing. >> julie: police sent as many resources as they have, police cruisers, rescue boats, canine units, divers, search for hours not once but twice and turned back on hours
later and search ended third time the beacon went off and police tracked it to this. an emergency watch and sells for just $10,000 and has an emergency beacon inside which is malfunctioning. >> gene: first responder, did you get to claim that? gene: move over tennis elbow. they are calling it smartphone pinkie or iphone finger. they are becoming permanently deformed to hold cell phones all day and becoming bent as people use it to grip oversized cell phones all day long and doctors found few cases of this but it
do you have anything like that? >> julie: a little bit. >> gene: i i had a broken pinky and pin in there. it is not from
cell phone. saved the day. sorry, we are out of time. trust me, it is fascinating. >> sarah: how many people do you think looked down at hand to check it out. storm system going to involve and become a monster storm system for parts of the mid-atlantic and yes, we could be bracing for heavy snow too. i'm going to show you the areas that would be biggest impacted by this storm this weekend
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it is friday, january 22nd, you wouldn't know it because you look outside. the sun is out and there are clear blue skies. >> gene: indeed. everybody looking forward to sun in denver and one weather report people are waiting for and around here it is cold and as far as the other storm doesn't about it. >> sarah: going to bring significant snowfall to parts of the southcoast, parts of southern connect and then further to long island and then dealing with blizzard conditions, so
it is going to be a sharp cutoff further north you go and anywhere coating to a couple of inches north and west of boston to just flurries in parts of new hampshire and then further south, that's where you will be highly impacted from the storm that is just barreling the southeast right now. it is becoming better organized and that's something we really needed to watch throughout the day 38 because it is going
coast exactly how close of a
call it will be across our region, but right now looks as though it is several hundred miles away and we are going to be dealing with at least dry conditions for the day today and snow not arriving until at least tomorrow and right now in boston beautiful blue sky, 20, and feels like it is nine. it is cold out there, bundled up and headed outdoors and future cast showing the temperatures in teens and 20s through mid-morning and by the lunch hour and stepping out remember although it is in the upper 20s, it will feel like it is about 20 as you take in that wind chill value. the winds lessen through the afternoon and clouds continue to stream on in ahead of that storm system that now only going to bring us a chance of snow, going to be talking about the wind impact, especially along the coast and the possibility of coastal flooding. i will show you when and where coming up in just a few minutes and let's check with julie grauert. how roadways looking now? >> julie: nice and quiet and
during the weekday commuted. slowest spot woburn into medford and somerville. expressway jammed average speeds 15 miles per hour and furnace brook parkway up to columbia road and still have a road closure in roxbury, humboldt avenue closed between 28, seaver street and hutching street for police activity. here is live look at the expressway, this is pretty typical for 8:30 on weekday morning. here are live drive times, 13 minutes on route 3228 to the braintree split, 13 minutes on 128 northbound from university avenue in westwood to the weston tolls and 31 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike. sara and gene, back to you. >> sara: all right, julie, take look at this mess. expensive suv plows right through the wall and into an indoor pool and what makes things worse, the owner wasn't even behind the wheel. valet was trying to move the car when mishap occurred. fox25 michael henrich is live in
valet blames a floor mat for this destruction. >> michael: right here is damage and before we get into the reason the valet gave to fire crews here. you can see the whole -- what was the hole in the side of the building there, now it is all boarded up but some of the restoration crews are still here at the scene. this is regatta riverview residency on museum way in cambridge. back to reasoning, show you video from last night, happened around 11:30 and here is what crews on scene here say. valet saying that the floor mat, the floor mat ended up getting stuck on pedal which sent the jeep that the valet was moving and overlap pool into another wall and landing on side in two lane lap pool inside the condo complex. one woman that lives here says she was surprised she didn't wake up from the actual crash last night but saw the flashing lights when she got up this
believe that nobody was hurt. >> i was glad they drove that way and not this way because the parking goes all over the place and could have easily driven into the lob and he hurt somebody. >> michael: valet driver as it stands was able to get out of the jeep on to the water on his own and he was not taken to the hospital, didn't have serious injuries, just treated on the scene, and investigation into the crash continues. live in cambridge, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: look at this, brand-new picture on water main break on north main street and down in the hole still working to fix the rupture, happened around 11:30 last night and got to the scene around midnight and water shut down between aims and battle streets. hoping to get water back on by 10:30 this morning and paper also says driveways washed out and at least one car was damaged.
won't be easy as winter weather leading to thousands of flight delays and cancellations and already seen about 4,000 flights canceled this weekend. fox25 stephanie coueignoux live at logan airport and people there are actually pretty common handling things pretty well. >> stephanie: gene, that's because i feel like a lot of people have called ahead and if the flights have canceled they will stay home or at the hotel and not really looking too bad. what is kind of looking bad is departure board and beginning to see cancellations increase. right now 106, but want to direct your attention to one delay here at boston logan and flying to reagan and it is actually already been delayed twice. meantime three other flights have been canceled going into the same air traffic, so there's something to be said for at least knowing what your fate is. those poor folks, they are going to now have to wait a few more
finally know their fate. speaking of reagan, take a look at this, it is not a pretty picture there at all. in fact, this is video from inside the airport where there are already dozens of stranded passengers there. in fact, mayor marty walsh says he has equipment ready to go, get sent down to d.c. to help them dig out of blizzard conditions. now, earlier we spoke with one woman, she drove all the way from maine down to boston to catch her flout, she was very nervous the entire way down because she remembers last winter having to be delayed from previous flights, and she says she was very concerned. >> i'm so grateful. i thought our flight was going to be canceled but we are not. we are ready to get home to families. they miss us. >> stephanie: a lot of folks on edge, still waiting and wasn't watching that debarrure
live update 30 minutes at boston logan airport, stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. >> gene: coverage winter storm continues all morning and sarah will continue to update on track of the storm every ten minutes, and if you're away from the tv you can keep an eye on the storm you can easily do that with the fox25 weather app to download for free. >> sara: there will be extra security for kids at cambridge public schools today. police say there's no evidence of real danger in any of the messages and just last month, police called to cambridge schools multiple times for a series of threats against the middle schools there. and threat in methuen is copy cat of all of those e-mailed messages. administrators said 15-year-old left note hoping to get out of class. incident came a day after the building was evacuated over one of the e-mailed threats. sara: mildford students will be back in class this morning following an e-mail
we were on scene as police and the fire department searched the high school yesterday morning. the entire building was searched but officials decided to cancel school just in case. dozens of schools have been hit by those threats this week. the fbi is investigating. >> gene: 8:39 police and school official are trying to find the source. the video first appeared on page called worcester fights. it shows young people in real fist fights at locations around worcester. some of the fights happened last school year. school leaders trying to identify and local mothers and fathers may also be involved. >> fight because of conflict son or daughter might have had with a teenager. >> gene: facebook page taken down short time after police started investigating and now back online but under a different name. >> sara: attorney for local mother want murder charges
yesterday blackstone woman erika murray was in court and center of one of the worst child abuse investigations in the stays and four living children and charged in the death of two of three infants found dead in blackstone home. murray's attorney told the judge his client is bad mother but not a murderer. the judge is expected to rule in the motion on monday. murray's boyfriend who's also charged in the case is due back in court next week. >> gene: today mail delivery will continue after a has -- haz-mat scare. post office official in athol boylston oil stone and peter ham took no chances when the brown goo turned up. delivery was stopped for the rest of the day. glycerin found in low fat foods,
only harmful if exposed to large amounts of it. >> sara: investigators looking audio record of what judge sally kelly called a general announcement in boston municipalis pal court last month several police officers ordered out the because they were carrying their department issued guns. >> if they want to step outside and await the commonwealth's call, that is always appropriate but there are no firearms in this courtroom. >> sara: judge declined fox25's request in interview about the comments and spokesperson for the trial court says judges have discretion whether to allow guns in courtroom but could not tell us whether any judges have ever given any such an order.
why emergency crews already on the scene at the time of the crash. >> gene: guns on campus at local college. coming up one and only reason security guards will be allowed to draw their weapons. >> julie: we track traffic and weather every ten minutes and 18 minutes braintree split to columbia road. >> sarah: wind chill values in single digits and teens and head across new england and going to be traveling, highs today low 30s and partial sunshine and boy, clouds move in tonight ahead of the winter weather we will be tracking and have the latest timeline coming up. but first why one cape cod resident said she is happy to have the dennis fire department as her next door neighbor in this week's firehouse friday. >> it is unique and we have
side station and nantucket sound and also cape cod bay area and have unique situations on both sides. 19 beaches in dennis between the north and south, so busy. something different everyday. always making difference in people's lives. that's what it is all about. >> i knew they would be out. >> gotten back from a flurry of calls and gone upstairs and it was really still out, no traffic on main street here and hardly any wind and heard the sound over and over again and asks the guys over here and listen to this. i didn't know if it was an animal or what it was and yelled out and heard it again and lieutenant said i think it might be the woman that lives right next door and snow bank for
>> daniel: thief had been watching a house and knew where the dogs lived because played at park across the street. they are posting signs around town and pleading with people online for help. now, somerville police are also investigating. one of the dogs has a microchip so if they are sold they will be tracked and we have the story on the facebook page if you want to share to help find the dogs. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: more guns found in carry on bags. tsa officials found over 2600 guns in 2015 and up 20% from 2014. at logan agents found ten guns and just two were found in manchester, boston regional airport in manchester, much smaller number when compared to the 153 guns found at dallas fort worth airport. gene: local college will have armed security guards on campus at endicott college in beverly will carry weapons.
strict policy the guns will be removed from the holster except to protect lives of the community. the officers will be trained on how to use the weapon. >> julie: fine 228 in rockland to hingham, weymouth and up to the braintree area. even a little bit of relief right around the brant split. usually that's jammed. 24, 95 has been were very kind to us this morning not too many issues as approach 128. expressway jammed but that's what we can expect, average speeds 12 miles per hour, especially right around the busy spot of morrissey boulevard. you can see past exit 13, still heavy steady volume. over to the live drive times, 12 minutes on route 3 from 228 to the braintree split, 12 minutes on 24 from 106 to 128. 12 minutes on 95 north from 495 to 128. meteorologist sarah wroblewski in for shiri spear today and you
and keeping close eye on storm track making way to the weekend. >> sarah: it is still coming together and watch closely as it pushes off the mid-atlantic by early tomorrow as that's when it will start to see the snowflakes fall and city of boston right now, it is absolutely beautiful, bright sunshine, but it is cold, temperatures 20 and with that wind out of the northwest, feels like single digits, so expect to have those feels like conditions about five to 10 cooler than your temperatures for the day today. these are afternoon highs, what
you can expect when the kids come home from school, looking at upper 20s to low 30s, cooler than yesterday, but the wind will begin to die down, so actually feel a little bit better. got any plans this evening, looking okay, and skies partly cloudy overnight as drop back into the teens north and west away from the coast, 20s down across cape and islands including boston and notice the clouds thickening up in the
system which is affecting the southeast with snow, ice, freezing rain and even
some storms, we will all come together and really barrel through the mid-atlantic during the afternoon and evening hours tonight. it is still about 500 miles away from our area. so we have all of today but what will happen until then is we got blizzard warning, winter storm warnings and mid-atlantic for the storm that is going to take the brunt of it. now, i want to point out, we also have a winter storm watch that has been issued by the national weather service today, but it doesn't go into effect until tomorrow morning at 7:00 a.m. and continue through 7:00 a.m. sunday because that's when we will see the snow come on through. we are just getting the northern edge of the storm system, so the further north you go, the less likely you will see some of the those higher snowfall totals and best chance accumulation six inches or more across the
you go like the d.c. area, that's where they are going to be measuring snow in feet. now, it all depends on exactly how this storm, the center of it, pushes to the east. we know it is going to move to the east. we know it is going in one direction, but exactly will it move 50 miles to the north, 50 miles to the south, significantly impact the amount of snow we will see. high pressure to the north, it is trying to push it down and that's the trend we have been watching and that's the trend we will be going with last 24 hours and kevin showed you last snowfall totals from last night and future cast here, i'm showing you the latest model that is indicating snow arrives around the mass pike area through about your lunch hour on saturday, continue to see the steadiest snow down across the southcoast through the evening with lesser conditions to the north and west. by the evening those winds really picking up on shore, really providing some gusty conditions, risk of some pockets of moderate coastal flooding along with the snow through
hits on out of here, wind gusts, 50, 60 miles per hour across the south shore as well as the cape and islands, we do anticipate to see some pockets of moderate coastal flooding late saturday night, 11:00 p.m. and again 11:00 a.m. during the time of high tide on sunday, so we will be watching the track of this storm closely as well as the potential totals, but at least by next week we moderate, there will be a system comes through fairly light and rain showers by tuesday and look at closer impact coming up in just a little bit. >> sara: simple item providing kids courage in hospital. how piece of paper is giving
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alive after wild crash. hit a metal light pole and snapped in half and went right through the car. even went through the floor of the vehicle missing driver's head only by six inches. >> sara: college student in new york has way to take pain out of hospital visit. student created disposal covers turn ivy fluid bags turn something into superpowers. they have superhero characters on them and ten different designs and it is already a hit at one hospital where even the siblings of some sick children are using them. >> gene: i like that idea. 8:56 and a lot more coming your way, local grandmother refuses to be a victim. chased would-be robber off with a baseball bat. next with what she is hoping police can use to help catch him. >> sarah: winter storm watch that goes into effect tomorrow
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