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all eyes on the radar right now. a winter storm just hours away roads. hi there, i'm vanessa welch. >> and i'm mark ockerbloom. several officials have already canceled class for tomorrow and you can see an updated list scrolling at the bottom of the screen. there will be no school in boston tomorrow. public works will have 500 trucks pretreating the roads at 6:00 a.m. and right now there's no parking ban in the city of boston which means no space savers are allowed. we have team coverage tonight ahead of this storm. >> our kristine mccarthy has information for drivers about the morning commute and the stores that are actually overstocked with snow equipment right now. kevin lemanowicz is taking a close look at your neighborhood.
much out there right now. it will continue to come along that front tonight bowing northward into massachusetts and southern new hampshire. temperatures are an issue. the temperature has to collapse for us to get some significant snow to accumulate in here. that temperature will fall. look what's happened up here in orange and keene new hampshire. it's 34 degrees in those locations. clearly there will be chilling overnight. here's futurecast showing that rain moving in at 11:00, that next batch. this looks fast to me we'll see if it fills in by 11:00. there's the snow change-over. temperatures in the mid- and upper 30s. you're not gonna get snow to stick, especially to the roadways, when you have temperatures that warm. that's the first issue with this.
temperatures going to drop tonight? clearly they'll drop a bit of the precipitation that moves in. the change-over still will happen out here in cape cod. that's why the amounts will be held down out that way. boston will get 4-inches of snow. now the winter storm warning is in all of these areas. in cape cod, 1 to 3-inches on the outer cape. upper cape, 1 to 3 on the outer cape because you're going to change over last. i'll have a further update for you coming up in a few minutes.
and whether you head to work or home for the day, it will be dangerous out there. christine mccarthy joins us live from boston to continue our team coverage. >> yes, i'm outside an elementary school in south boston right now which will be closed tomorrow along with every other school and the boston public school system. you're hearing about other school systems, as well. all of this happening as crews are prepping overnight for this upcoming storm. >> reporter: before the snow has even fallen, boston public schools announce they're closed on friday. perhaps the only people other than kids excited about the upcoming storm, those who depend on it for business, like mr. plow in natick. >> we're not hoping for -- to catch up to what we did last nice. >> reporter: business has taken a hit from the mild winter and it's a far cry from last year. >> i don't think we've slept for
it was storm after storm. >> reporter: the friday morning commute is expected to be messy. the city of boston will have 500 trucks pretreating roads by 6:00 a.m. mass-dot will also be prepping throughout the state, officials urging commuters to take the t if possible, after last winter's blizzard shut down service, the mbta is counting on tens of millions of dollars in snow fighting equipment and the appointment of a snow manager to keep trains moving. meanwhile at stores like ace hardware, the shelves are stocked with snow blowers, ready to sell out after last year's experience. >> we put them together and people will be buying them as soon as we pull them out of the box. >> and the mbta is also telling ride that's right in certain locations, train thes will be running at unusual times and idling at certain locations throughout the night. they say that is all to keep
them iced up and make sure they're ready for the friday morning commute. >> stay informed on the road and at home by downloading our fox 25 weather app where you'll find the latest radar and snow totals free for your smartphone or tablet. make sure to wake up at the fox 25 morning news on the air. we will be following breaks news out of nypd tomorrow. the female officer was shot in the torso. one suspect was killed, two others are in custody. we'll bring you updates just as soon as they come?
it's a story we've been following for months. tonight we know medical examiners cannot determine just how little conway cox died. ted daniels just got back from family. >> ava was living in a foster home because her biological mother had a drug problem and locked new jail. the state placed her in the care of a foster mom named kimberly. determined kimberly had lied about having a live-in boyfriend at her home. ava's grandparents also believe the foster mom is not telling the truth how ava died and a new finding from the state m.e. murkier. >> i lost my daughter and my granddaughter all in two weeks. >> reporter: diane david cox speaking to us tonight from their marlborough home as they struggle with the latest from a string of painful blows. >> i have my days where i just don't move from here. >> reporter: nearly six months
coxen was found unresponsive at her foster home in auburn, the autopsy is complete. the official cause and manner of the toddler's death, undetermined. >> where did they come from? >> reporter: in october, fox 25 obtained a copy of a dcf investigative report where another doctor indicated ava's death was consistent with the the toddler being left in a hot environment like a car and she may have been struggling to free herself from a car seat. if prosecutors are considering charges against the foster mom and her boyfriend, legal analyst brad bailey tells me the m.e.'s finding of undetermined likely won't help. >> they will not have enough to proceed with those charges of
>> i do not understand it. >> i can't wrap my head around something that that's obvious. >> there was another foster child found unresponsive that hot august day. the child survived and remains in state custody. biological mother, the daughter of the couple you just heard from, she died of a suspected drug overdose, both are buried together. live in our newsroom, ted daniel, fox 25 news. >> tonight state officials also released the cause of death of jeramiah oliver. officials say the 5-year-old fitchburg boy is a victim of homicide. oliver was reported missing in 2013, his body was found in a suitcase off the side of a highway in sterling in 2014. jeramiah's mother and her boyfriend face charges related to the boy's disappearance including kidnapping, assault and reckless endangerment. presidential candidates
clinton are facing off in the latest democratic debate, this time on the university of new hampshire campus in durham. as soon as that debate is over, on this thursday before the new hampshire primary. we are only five days away now from finding out who will take the state on both sides. sharman sacchetti is in our new hampshire primary headquarters in manchester. it was another very busy day out there. >> absolutely. i have just confirmed that governor charlie baker is set to endorse chris christie and that is expected to happen tomorrow. earlier today i was with donald trump this afternoon and his tone has changed slightly. he wasn't bragging about his latest poll numbers in fact. issues. trump is skipping new hampshire tomorrow and going to south carolina while the other candidates remain here and some are questioning if that's really the best thing to do. right now hillary clinton and bernie sanders, they are debating here in durham. we'll have much more on that
the state. fox 25's kathryn burcham live in portsmith where donald trump just held an event. katherine. >> sharman, what a difference a few days makes from his trumper tantrums on twitter earlier in the week to the new tv that began airing this morning. the donald trump that took the stage here tonight certainly seemed like a changed man. >> i'm getting to pennsylvania avenue one way or the other. >> reporter: and perhaps tonight donald trump was forging a new pass to the white house. instead of reading his poll numbers a push to send voters to the poll. >> get out and vote on tuesday. >> reporter: not just one... >> and you have to vote for donald trump so we can make the country great again. >> but twice.
from education tampa grace. >> we want to be smart. we want people to come into our country but they have to come into our country legally. >> reporter: it was a change in tone that mirrored his new campaign ad released this morning. >> which featured minority supporters and had a positive spin. >> i've seen a few changes in his political strategy. that's why he's a multimillionaire. >> and that is the trump linda came to see, a candidate focused more on voters waste issues and less on his opponent. >> i feel all the bashing of all the other, you know, republicans and democrats. i feel it doesn't bring anything. what we need to do is bring to the forefront, you know, what's happened. >> and putting this in perspective, when i covered trump's rally on tuesday night, about a quarter of it focused on his opponent ted cruz. tonight he barely mentioned that opponents. i'm kathryn burcham, fox 25
all right, thanks. and now marco rubio continues to gain steam tonight. the republican holding a town hall in salem just a short time ago after a day pull of events. rubio is making a strong showing in new hampshire. he's on the upswing possibly giving ted cruz a close run for second place. ted cruz meeting with voters from portsmith to laconia and took some time to talk about marco rubio accusing the florida senator of being willing to break his word to voters. and we want to remind you that fox 25 is the place to turn to all week including up to the new hampshire primary. we'll have more live reports and continue to anchor from our fox 25 primary headquarters in manchester and bring you primary specials every night at 7:00. i'll have indepth reports on the candidates as well as expert analysis and then on primary night we will be with you from our news starting at 5:00 straight through 11:30, bringing you live results, live reports
and the speeches, of course, as they happen. we will also make sure we stream it live on myfoxboston.com and also on the fox 25 news app. so that is the latest here from manchester, for now, ock and vanessa, back to you in our studio. >> all right, how about that. on the way here at 10:00, something stinks in one local town. coming up in the next 15 minutes, the cause of a terrible small moving across neighborhoods that people who live there are calling a nightmare. >> we do have to fight for this. >> reporter: fox 25 investigates found nail salons across the state cutting corners when it comes to safety. >> and we're with state inspectors as they go from salon to salon. the violations they uncovered as
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have the full forecast in 15 minutes. developing news out of chicago where police are investigating a possible murder that left six people dead including a child in the chicago home. police received a call to check on a man who didn't show up to work for two days. when police got to the home today, they found six people dead. the victims are described as four men, a woman and child between the ages of 10 and 12 years old. investigators are still collecting evidence from the scene. police believe it is unlikely there is a threat to the
>> a nervous gunman robbed a gas full of cash. the whole thing caught on surveillance video at the gulf station on washington street in dedham. it happened back in september and now four months later, police are concerned because the man that did it is still out there on the run. they're asking to take a good look at the video here and call them if you know anything. this incredible surveillance video from methuen shows an employee at the stop kwik on haverhill street and starts swinging a golf club at a robber. the robber then uses the cash register to break the glass door and then run away. nobody was hurt. police are still looking for the suspects who could also be connected to another robbery in lawrence. new at 10:00, another case of skimming found at a local gas station. bridgewater police tonight are telling people to watch out after a skimming device used to read credit cards was discovered at the pump on route 24. it was just last week that
pay attention while filling up after a device was found at a gas station in that town. >> help people get back on their feet, but some are abusing your tax dollars. fox 25's crystal haynes discovered one case involving a businessman getting assistance while he lives in a $900,000 house. >> reporter: the newton center home has been valued at nearly $1 million and its owner mark luberman owns, or was a partner, in five businesses. so why was he receiving snapper food stamp benefits for more than a year? the answer, investigators say he was scamming the state. >> reporter: a woman at the home would not answer my questions but state auditor suzanne bump did. a recent review of the massachusetts welfare system by her office uncovered almost $14 million in medicare and snap benefit fraud. lieberman's case mentioned in her report as a prime example.
that is occurring in the program that folks are relying on as part of our social safety net. >> reporter: investigators found lederman hasn't received more than $13,000 from benefits in 2008 to 2009 after reporting an income of just $400 a week. lieberman had income from several companies he owns or is a partner of at that time and in 2008 he reported an income of more than $85,000. and almost $70,000 in 2009. >> fox 25 has learned he's since paid $10 hi to in restitution to the state. >> i went to lieberman's primary >> i can't comment. i have no idea. >> crystal haynes, fox 25 news.
tonight in roxbury feet away from the home where a 3-year-old was rushed away from over the weekend. the little boy died just days ago. fox 25's malini basu live in roxbury now with the latest information on how this could have happened. malini. >> vanessa, as you just mentioned, family and friends gathered right here directly behind us and this is where he was with his father. tonight police say this is where the little boy was found with traumatic injuries. you can see over here this is where family and friends gathered earlier today. they lit candles, flowers, teddy bears and even left some of the books that his mom wanted to read him. >> someone needs to find out who did this and they need to find out now because i'm not liking this. >> reporter: a grieving mother who just wants answers. >> on monday, her 3-year-old son
his tiny body. she spoke to fox 25 hours after her son's death. >> nothing, no response. >> he's he a happy boy. all he do was play. everybody loved him. >> governor charlie baker says dcf had contact with the boy's daycare on friday. kanai was fine, his usual happy-go-lucky self. >> it's last time we had a direct conversation with anyone who was directly involved with the child on the 29th, that's when we talked to the daycare provider who said that the child was in good shape. >> reporter: kanai was visiting his dad and stepmom and sister for the weekend at their alpine street home in roxbury. a spokesperson says a relative may be to blame for his death. tonight family and friends stood in front of the home.
family members released balloons, remembering the precious little boy. >> and i thank all of you for showing so much love and so much support for my son. >> ashley also tells fox 25 she feels like she lost all three children in one day as part of the investigation. dcf also took away her two other daughters. ashley says there's no reason for that. she's a good mother and takes care of her children. still at this hour, investigators are working this case and no charges have been filed yet. live in roxbury tonight, malini basu, fox 25 news. >> that man expected to find $6,000 worth of super bowl tickets inside that envelope. but it was empty, as you heard. he used a secure web site like so many of us to buy them. the tough reason he got burned, ahead at 10:00.
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topping 20 knots, made conditions difficult but everybody got home safely. tonight a south bridge man is facing charges in the death of a man who was originally thought to have been hit by a train. two weeks ago hector luis was found on the tracks below a tunnel and police started investigating and found he been beaten not hit by a train. they maintained the weapon is a piece of concrease. tnt was responsible for the mid flight explosion that ripped a hole in a passenger plan. somalia national news agency confirmed one passenger died after falling from the plane. two other people were hurt. if the incident is terror related, no one has claimed responsibility as of yet.
the zika virus is now impacting life saving efforts around the world. the world health
organization said the country will not accept blood donations from people who have traveled to regions affected by the zika virus. the organization says it's a precautionary measure to prevent further spread of this disease. >> unsanitary and dangerous conditions at salons. >> inspectors go from salon to salon, the violations they uncovered and the repeat offenders. >> tracking that rain moving in right now. report of sleet happening out there in worcester county. this will be changing jeb bush once stood tall. before his campaign sank like a rock and he started desperately slinging mud on fellow republicans. that's not presidential, jeb. john kasich did cut ohio's taxes. cut state spending. turned a deficit into a surplus. brought back jobs from mexico
there is an absolutely awful smell vending people in plymouth. >> we found out the odor from
three sewage main breaks is smacking people in the face in that part of the shore. robert ghoulston shows us how workers are racing to pressure things up as homeowners search for fresh air. >> there was a huge gush of
the house on both sides of the street. >> reporter: jackie woke up sunday morning not knowing what was coming out of her street. >> no sooner did i step outside, you could just smell the smell. >> reporter: it was sewage. raw sewage
from the third break within a month in plymouth. >> it has been an absolute nightmare in terms of -- you can't describe how awful the smell is. the town manager is now in the middle of a 3 to $4 million temporary fix, the biggest frustration, there is no back-up to the line. the. >> reporter: crews showed us the broken 30-inch line and believe the system design led to an air pocket. >> so with the pipe full, there's a began between the flow and the surface and we believe
area corroded the cement lining. >> reporter: while the 2 and a half mile line is being installed
the town is trucking all of its waste water... >> just really loud and obnoxious. >> reporter: the town plans to scrutinize the initial project ago. >> i think there will be a lot of conversation beside what could have been done differently >> reporter: robert ghoulston, fox 25 news. so. >> you can see it there on our satellite radar picture. here is the live stormtracker radar showing you where some of the heaviest rain is coming down right now. temperatures out here certainly well into the 40s, still, so this is nothing but rain but here in the northshore of cape cod and the harwich area, bruster area, you're seeing some of the heavy rain that's coming down. this takes i right into bruceer. s brewster.
county, as well. some sleet mixing in in men den into northeastern county. notice the change in color here in parts of the reservoir going south there and that's where some mix something starting to take place. usually it's the higher elevations at the very beginning of this. it looks like what's happening out there in worcester county. there is plenty of rain down the coast here that can come to our area. the northwest trajectory, how far northwest it's going to go is still in question and that's one of the problems we're going to tackle with this forecast. here's the other one. mid-50s for a high today. it's freezing keene new hampshire. thing is, you're farther away from this storm up this way. you'll have the least amount of precipitation come in and therefore less amounts of snow even though you're cold enough for it. you get into worcester county, it's still 40 degrees. 47 in boston. 42 out at chatham and only cools down to 42 and 43 because of the
otherwise you'd be warmer than that. this rain will continue to move on this evening. the hills of northeastern connecticut into worcester county, but collapsing toward 128 as soon as just after midnight. but look at the temperatures. you're not gonna get much snow up to 39 degrees. rides to the northshore but again warm enough you're not going to have much sticking through 2:00, 3:00, 4:00 in the morning. at 4:00, we're seeing temperatures cold enough for sticking snow back out here. those temperatures will gradually drop through 7:00 a.m. we'll get some sticking snow here. the pavements will stay wet at first as the snow starts to come down heavier. through plymouth and out through cape cod through the 10:00 hour crossing the bridges. you'll have less snow out here, also a late start on the snow and have the snow leave later too. through the afternoon, the snow
dinnertime tomorrow evening everybody will be out of this snow. this storm is gonna be a quick hitter and produce some significant snow, enough to plow and shovel and you know we have school cancellations on our web site you can check out. 4 to 6-inches of snow, boston into worcester, much of the coastline. i'm keeping cape cod and the south coast line of mavs mass really along buzzard's bay but east facing atlantic in the 1 to hard time sticking. off to the north northshore you're in the 4 to 6 in the merrimack valley and cuts off quickly in northern worcester county and into southern new hampshire. it's coldest up here but also farthest away from the center of the storm. so keeping that 4 to 6-inches of snow including the city of boston and worcester, boston, wet roadways certainly for a good part of the morning drive before any snow starts to stick to the road. there's the winter storm warning. winter weather advisory where i highlighted. your seven-day forecast, your
temperatures there right around 40 dresden snow. potentially another storm that could affect the primary. now. i'll have an update. be kevin, we have continued to cover cases of violence inside local hospitals. >> stay tuned, we'll tell you about a brand-new fox 25 investigates reports. how to keep doctors and nurses safer at work. >> but first, an incredible trip around the world, a woman running in seven races in seven continents in seven days. >> plus what we're learning the new caramel macchiato let hand-crafted layers
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and the naysayers. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message, and i ask for your vote. something delicious is happening at dunkin'. come in today to get any sandwich for $2.99 after 12:00 p.m. america runs on dunkin'. western of one of the prosecutor's charged in the young girl's death appeared in court. the 19-year-old has been charged with being an accessory to the murder.
prosecutors, planned the murder at a restaurant. police say nicole was stabbed to death after coming from their home. prosecutors say the pair put the girl's body in the trunk of the supplies. also in court today the parents of 13-year-old nicole rubble, her funeral was held today. hundreds came out to mourn the girl's death. new at 10:00, president obama wants to tax oil companies $10 for every barrel of oil to fund investments in clean transportation. the president will propose
the idea in his budget request to congress next week and expected to be shot down in the republican-controlled congress. and people exposed to contaminated water at the air force base. officials say exposure to the chemicals found in the city owned water system at the former base can potentially cause immune system problems and certain cancers. but they also say there was no conclusive link.
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today. on campus house will go open on the boston branch come fall semester of 2018. it will be available to freshmen and transfer students. a dream to go to the super bowl suddenly crushed.
even though he used a secure web site to buy the tickets. >> and risky relaxation? fox 25 investigates hits the road with state inspectors as they check out the conditions at nail salons. the violations they found and why one place had to be shut down right away. guys, gronk once again has fans buzzing and it's not for something he did on the field. i'm gonna share that with you. plus, the bruins on the road and
place pore pampering. but on fox 25 vets, they uncovered unsanitary and endangers conditions at salons across the state. kerry kavanaugh was with inspectors as they found one place with violations so serious, an immediate shutdown was order. >> shop licenses and personal licenses. three people work something in. there's no license for it online. we found unsanitary tools. >> this isn't the first time you've found violations at the salon? no, it's not. >> reporter: the investigators who inspect every salon in massachusetts are pounding the pavement every day. >> we change the name now. >> you are unlicensed. >> they're operating without a license? yes. we're giving her seven days to do the change of ownership. >> we license nail salons and inspect nail salons to check for sanitary conditions, license personnel to be working in the shops.
commissioner of the professional license sewer says his people are out there to protect you, it's no easy task. >> reporter: the dpl oversees nearly 8,000 salons in the state. of those there are roughly 1600 nail salons. the division operates with five full-time inspectors. >> that's a violation not to have the license? are you able to get to every salon every year? yes, we believe we are. within 18 months we try to get to every salon in the commonwealth. right now we look like we're on target for that. >> reporter: fox 25 investigates found even when inspectors have gone in and taken action, dangerous practices can persist. we went
to the buzzard's bay nail salon in late december, one of four salons the state shut down in 2015. as you can see in this iphone video it was open for business and i was able to get a pedicure. when we told state investigators about our experience they came back for another surprise inspection. >> the shop was operating in revoke status. they were reusing many of their
>> reporter: the dpl says the unsanitary conditions they witness prosecuted similar to what they saw when they revoked the owner's license last year. >> at this point we told them to cease operating and take no more >> were you aware that your license was revoked and you weren't supposed to be open? >> i don't want to say anything. >> reporter: state inspectors say unsanitary conditions can create serious health risks. >> i kept saying to him, you know, too much pressure or he was like, in between my toes scrubbing scrubbing. >> reporter: sharon cooper went to her regular nail salon
to treat herself before a vacation and believes the scrubbing created an infection. >> the antibiotic wasn't doing anything. it was still very, i have painful and when they came back they said it was mrsa. >> reporter: if the salon cuts corners with safety, it can make manicures and pedicures risksy relaxation. >> the unlicensed salons we visited in malden and buzzard's
renewal which are currently under review. we sent our crew out to check on the salon and the doors remain closed. and you can check the status of your salon and the individual practitioner's license. we show you how to do it on our web site, go to myfoxboston.com. a denver man spends $6,000 online for tickets for this year's super bowl. >> even though he tried to protect himself, still scammed. the man 20 to craigslist after finding processing fees on other sites were hundreds of dollars a ticket. wary of these scams, he found out he could protect his money if he paid a fee and used protected pay pal. he then waited for his tickets but only got an empty envelope. >> i honestly thought yeah, the tickets will be real. there's nobody that would go through the lengths knowing that the purchase was protected. >> reporter: contacted denver police who tracked the scammer to kansas, and the investigation
>> they caught the guy but he has not gotten his money back. $6,000. >> he went through hoops to try to make sure he wasn't going to get robbed and in the end, the guy made off with the money. >> he says he's extremely embarrassed but getting the story out there to other folks don't fall for this too. >> it always happens this time of year around the super bowl. >> aha. he. two nights ago the bruins blew a two-goal lead in the third period. tonight gut check time. a chance to bounce back and they gave up two goals to the sabers in the first 21 minutes. they had to work from behind. in upstate new york, bruins down 2-30 in the third, brian schooner, his 11th of the year, 2-1 through 2. just over 2 and a half minutes into the third. brad marchand it's ridiculous. it was big.
that was the only goal to shoot out. shuts it down the bruins win it by a 3-2 find against buffalo. >> three days away from super bowl 50. we finally have an answer to the question. will tom brady show up on super bowl sunday as the nfl honors the past super bowl manufacture vp, and that answer is yes. brady will indeed attend the super bowl. he's gonna be on the field with 39 other super bowl mvps. the nfl will pay honors to the men who played the best on the biggest stage. some have speculated that brady may skip the event despite considering the nfl is still trying to suspend him for four games. but he will be out there. i also want to point out that dionne branch will be there as well, the mvp of the patriots' other super bowl win over in philadelphia in 2005. patriots fans, congrats. you have been voted one of the most obnoxious football fans in the world. a study was done and evidently
38% of those polled gave the pats fans as obnoxious more than doubling those -- doubling those that are fans of the broncos. and appearing on f and 1, julia stuart, one of the hosts of the show, chad gronk to give her his best magic mike dance. took some encouragement but gronk succumbed to the pressure. >> all right. let's do it. >> come on, rob. yeah, let's see it. >> for the reaction online as you probably expect, some people saying it crossed the line and others just chalking it up to gronk being gronk. coming up on the anniversary of one of tiger woods' most famous holes in one, a robot named eldrich tries to duplicate
on the fox 25 news at 11:00. unfortunately, you did not make the top 24 this time. >> sadly worcester's jessica cabrall not making it into idol's top 24 tonight. while she went home, weston's sonnica is moving on. you of course can catch idol right here next week on wednesday at 8:00 on fox 25. hillary clinton and bernie sanders wrapping up their debate at unh right now. ahead on the fox 25 news at 11:00, we are breaking down the sometimes firey moments between the two democratic candidates. but first, seven continents, seven races in seven days. the welcome home hmm hmm hmm-hmm-hmm-hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm-hmm
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of this message. okay. the rains moved into southern massachusetts. we know that.
times but for the most part it's not been heavy. and back here, you see that color change. mixing going on. one report of sleet million men den and two in connecticut as well. this will be the scene tonight. it will change over there and first all of this moves up the coast along the same front that brought us the rain last night. was temperatures drop, the snow starts to stick up in the northshore. before it's all said and done, 4 to 6-inches of snow over a
wide junior. >> a mayor thon runner from belmont just got home after
john monahan is here now. john, i still cannot believe what she just accomplished. >> it is unbelievable. hard enough to win one marathon let alone seven in seven days. this belmont mother ran races all around the world. well, today she got to put her feet up and ride home in style. >> strike up the band and bring in the hometown hero. >> we're very proud. >> reporter: hundreds came out to welcome becca back to belmont after a marathon trip literally. >> it was so awesome. so exciting. it was everything i dreamt of and more. >> reporter: becca finished increditable feats, one no other american woman has. >> we're so proud of her. it's awesome. >> reporter: in seven days, she ran seven marathons on seven continents. starting in frigid but fantastic antarctica. >> it was so much fun and
i felt very lucky to be there. >> reporter: then chile, miami, spain to morocco. >> when i crossed the finish line in madrid i had 12 hours to get to morocco and finish that. >> reporter: next up was due buy. becc's best rest was on airplanes. >> we were sleeping, eating or
flying at all times. >> reporter: running marathons wasn't the most difficult thing. >> being away from my daughter taylor was absolutely the hardest time. >> this mom and marathon runner now an inspiration to the next generation. >> we followed the whole race online and my son is very excited about it. and talking about running all the time now, just like becca. >> he's got a great role model. an incredible feat for this 35-year-old becca pezza the best
her races. get ready, winter is back. >> big storm moves in tonight. >> and the timing of it is the problem. the heaviest snow expected of your morning drive. how much we'll see before it's all over. >> how crews are preparing tonight to get the roads ready for tomorrow. fox 25 has team coverage. also tonight, no answers in the death of a 2-year-old girl is. >> where did they come from? where did they come from? tonight one family's heartbreak never knowing what really happened to their little girl. >> and five days to go, the race is getting tighter. tonight's special coverage has the countdown to the new hampshire primary. winter storm warning in affect right now because heavy wet snow is coming our way and the timing of it could not be worse. hi, everybody. i'm mark ockerbloom. >> and i'm vanessa welch. the rain will turn to snow just just in time for the morning commute.