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now at 5:00, picking up the branches and power lines. the work being done as the community comes together to clean up after a tornado that brought 100-mile-per-hour winds to their front doors. a woman walking alone sexually assaulted in the south end. the warning police have for the neighborhood this morning. and new this morning, wikileaks under the microscope. how the truth-seeking web site is exposing the private information of hundreds of innocent peo sexual abuse victims. complete new england news coverage starts right now, this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody. thank you for joining us on this tuesday morning. it is august 23. hope your morning is off to a great start so far. i am gene lavanchy. >> sara: i am sara underwood. what a difference a day makes really. meteorologist shiri spear is talking clear skies and actually chilly temperatures this morning. what's that? >> shiri: yesterday we had
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the humidity absolutely out of the picture and temperatures dropping along with that. 61 in boston. 47 degrees right now in norwood. we have middle 50s in lawrence. 50 on the nose in nashua. 56 in worcester. 59 in hyannis and 61 in chatham. but we are not done cooling down, because another hour of dark here. the sun comes up at 6:00 this morning. so until then, the longer we are dark, the colder we get. that means we will easily land in the 50s. lower 50s in a and cities. metro west, temperatures going up by a degree or two. 56 degrees by 9 a.m. 67. 73 at 11:00 this morning. by 1:00 in afternoon, upper 70s and we should make it into the 80s and a bunch of inland towns and cities. the coast and boston is going to be right around 79 if you are lucky you will pop out a couple of 80s and the cape today, 77. so things are looking spectacular. i will show you how long the comfortable humidity hangs around coming up.
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easy start to the day julie what i would like to see at 5 a.m. nice and quiet. route 1, 93 south no issues as we shift south of the pike. expressway moving along at a speed limit ride. dark out there and a lot of space between those cars as you head past the gas tank. live drive times. 24 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass avenue. 8 minutes on the expressway. 19 minutes on 93 south approaching the leverett connector. back to you cherry pickers, chain saws and heavy equipment will be roaming the streets of concord trying to get that community back to normal following a powerful tornado. >> gene: that twisters brought winds of 100 miles per hour to that town that is dealing with trees and power lines on the roads this morning. fox25's stephanie coueignoux live in concord where power outages are still a problem almost 24 hours later. good morning, stephanie. >> reporter: yeah, residents waking up to yet another dark morning.
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yesterday, but, again, this will take a while. and taking a look behind me, we will see some of the progress. one of those large trees that we showed you yesterday morning, that's now been cut up, but it still needs to be hauled away, to the left of that, you can see a concord police cruiser parked here along lexington road because one lane is still blocked this morning as some of the trees haven't been cleared away yet. and, again, power lines are down in the alcott road, independence road area, and ag up to power -- and no power i should say once again. but i do want to show you some -- some aerial video from skyfox as it flew over this damage yesterday, and you can see, again, dozens of streets were toppled. 39 homes were damaged by the tornado. power lines also down. amazingly though, nobody was hurt, but we did learn that one worker was actually hit by a tree limb during this cleanup process. he was taken to the hospital.
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that is something good. again, this was an f 1 -- an ef 1 tornado confirmed by the national weather service. it touched down at around 3:00 yesterday morning tearing through this area at around 100 miles per hour, leaving about a half-mile path of destruction. again fire fighters quickly set up that command center that we showed you. mema was here hoping to assist. governor charlie baker was here and we caug as he toured this destruction and checked with a resident to share their thoughts as crews were cleaning up a massive tree that fell on a greenhouse. >> if ripped it out of the ground and went against the structure and crushed the structure. >> reporter: and, again, that cleanup process continuing this morning. again, still dark right now, so crews are going to have to wait until the sun comes up. as the sun comes up, we are actually going to walk down lexington road to get a better idea as to how much progress
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here yesterday morning and we will have another live report for you at 5:45. in concord, i am testify steph, fox25 news. police are on the hunt for a man who attacked a bomb on a local playground. fox25's jessica reyes is live in boston south end and jess, police say that suspect rode up to her on a very distinct bike. >> reporter: right, sara, a blue bmx bike and a very scary thing to hear for women living in theou police put this out last night and men approached area of the south end along the southwest corridor park. this all happened around 1:00 in the morning yesterday. police say she was walking by herself on clermont street on the south end near greenwich park when the man near the blue bmx approached her and told her he had a knife and forced her to walk across where he sexually assaulted her. the suspect then took off
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south end. police do have a brief description of the person they are looking for. a hispanic male in his late 20s to mid-30s about 5'6" and the most distinguishing feature police say he had tattoos on his right arm and on the back of his right hand. so, of course, as we speak, police are still trying to track the person down and asking anyone who mate know more about this or saw something yesterday morning to give them a call right away. live in the south end, jessica police arrest a man for shooting and killing his neighbor. a viewer sent thus picture from the scene on hamilton. they found the victim on the front lawn with a gunshot wound. he was fighting with the victim when he was shot. he was rushed to the hospital but did not survive. police are investigating what led up to the shooting. a woman on her way to the grocery store was killed in a tragic accident outside of a elementary school. a pickup truck blacked over
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noon. it happened at merklin elementary in lowell. the driver pulled into a parking spot told to move to another location when they hit the victim. >> reversed, hit the lady and somebody went running up and was saying, oh, like what are you doing. just hit that lady. you just killed that lady. >> so far no charges have been filed. prosecutors say is a state trooper charged with raping his ex-girlfriend has threatened her again. robert arrest. he is awaiting trial in april. they said he choked her and sexually assaulted her. in new court documents, sundberg recently told a friend he would have the woman's children removed if she continued charges against him. they want more bail restrictions on him as a result. students at boston latin school are encouraged it continue their discussion of race-based discussions on
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training on how to deal of reports of racial discrimination. the school's top two administrators resigned after protest by students earlier this year. an internal investigation showed 100 allegations of racist incidents since 2012. somerville residents may want to stock up on reusable bags starting september 1. the plastic bag ban goes into effect. the ordinance was passed last november and applies to single-use shopping bags. businesses with more than 10,000 square feet of floor are being asked to promote paper bags instead. the ban is supposed to reduce the environmental impact of plastic bags. somerville joins a number of cities and towns in the state who have adopted this policy. and new this morning, wikileak under fire for exposing the privacy of hundreds of innocent people, including victims of sexual abuse, sick children and the mentally ill. the associated press has found
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published medical files belonging to scores of ordinary citizens. the ap also reported that hundreds more have had sensitive family, identity records posted to the web. so far julian assange has not responded to the reports. 5:09. republican candidate donald trump postponing a major announcement on his immigration policies. trump was scheduled it to talk about his proposal to build a wall on and to report millions of undocumented immigrants on thursday. he is putting off that speech until next week. they now want to focus on democratic rival hillary clinton. the dispute over hillary clinton's private e-mail account continues to follow her straight to the november election. yesterday the fbi said it collected 15,000 new e-mails into the investigation of clinton's e-mail practices. a federal judge has ordered the state to release those documents and want their plan
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release the e-mails the second week of october which would be one month before the election. meanwhile, the democrat is launching a new tv ad slamming trump on national security. >> tall takes is one wrong move. >> i would bomb the [bleep] out of them. >> just one. >> sara: trump responded to the ads saying they were mostly phony and inaccurate. >> happening today straight off his two-week vacation of the vineyard, president obama will louisiana. some neighborhoods around baton rouge are under two feet of water after heavy rain submerged thousands of homes last week. 13 people have died. 86,000 have registered for government assistance. president obama declared a major disaster in 20 counties to help streamline federal funding. last week, donald trump visited the area. hillary clinton says she will not be visiting because she does not want to distract from the relief efforts. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the expressway right now.
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braintree split to the exit to the pike. shiri. >> shiri: i have got temperatures in the 50s right now for most of us a little chill in the air. nice and warm. the drive home from work later today in the 70s. so we will time out that warm-up next. now at 5:11 this morning. a piece of patriots memorabilia stolen from behind the bar. the whole thing caught on camera. the bizarre call that workers from the eatery got from the man in this surveillance video just aft h just after he stole the helmet. plus new guidelines involving kids and sugar. the maximum amount doctors say is okay for children to eat or drink. and paying more for the open road tolls on the pike. we are breaking down the big difference in price for those
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others worry about the extra charges they face if they don't have one. john monahan track down the charges with or without the e-zpass. >> big changes are coming if you drive the mass pike. the old tolls are out, said to be dismantled. these new gantries will track your travel, recording your transponder if you pass below if you have one. so how much will you pay? s into transponder he thinks that is not fair. >> it's not. because i don't use it as probably some other people do and i will be charged for it. >> reporter: if you drive the length of the mass pike from new york with an e-zpass it will cost you $6:15. with no ez pass it jumps to $11.70. from sturbridge to boston, it will cost $3.60 with an e-zpass. with no e-zpass, it goes up to $7.25.
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e-zpass, it costs $1.70. with no e-zpass, it is $3.55. but the promise from mass dot officials is that this will make travel faster. no more waiting at dallas. >> with the advancement of technology. anything that makes things go a lot easier and you are able to apply technology to it makes sense. >> reporter: so in the end, getting a transponder can save you money. mass dot says if not, they license plate and tack on another $.60 to essential the bill. that makes falso throw fairness right out the window. >> you think you will get a transponder now in. >> i probably will, yeah. >> sara: paying more is a point of contention for some and so is taking a picture of your license plate and what the state will do with that information. mass dot says it can be useful in an emergency like an amber alert. public hearings on the new tolls begin september 6.
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board votes on the rates and the new electronic tolls go live on october 28. good morning, everyone. it is just about 5:17 and we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. like seeing all this green on my map. no issues on the expressway or 128. north of the pike, route 1, 93 south are clear. over to your live drive times. 12 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 20 minutes on 93 south. hey, just getting two minutes. down to 19 minutes. getting better. that never happens in the shiri, you are saying grab a light jacket, because the weather is getting better. things do get better in the weather world. >> shiri: i think everything is better than yesterday morning. can you agree on that. because yesterday morning, we were dealing with this between 3 and 4:00 in the morning. a tornado touched down in concord. the no injuries reported which is the great news, but a half-mile-long path. it was on the ground for ten minutes and was 400 yards. it was four football fields
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miles per hour with this. typically the tornadoes that we get in massachusetts and on average here, we get three a years. typically they are ef 1s or ef 0s and usually somewhat weaker ones and you saw the damage on top of that. additional straight-line damage and conditions this morning nice and quiet. so the payoff is a couple of days of fantastic weather that started yesterday afternoon and now norwood at 47. as long as you don't mind a little bit of a crisp start out there. we have quiet weather. and 47 degrees. yeah, a little -- little tiny bit of fog forming in norwood. not something widespread and some of the coolest towns and cities. by 7 a.m., we should be up to 55. i think that is kind of wishful thinking. lower 50s in norwood. a lot of 50s on the map. 9 a.m., 67 degrees. by 11 a.m., 74. we make it into the lower 80s there and that is pretty calm
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80 in boston and plymouth. 82 in norwood and lawrence. over to worcester today at 76 degrees. portsmouth, new hampshire at 79. for the cape and islands, i expect that we will stay in the 70s. it will be pleasant. humidity doesn't get better than this. i said it almost feels like fall. and you can feel things are kind of drying out here. overnight tonight. not quite as cool. another windows open night for you because we have lows in the 60s. a couple of upper 50s on the a.m. as the sun comes up and tomorrow, it does end up getting hot and a little bit sticky. nothing uncomfortable and you will notice humidity is rising for the end of the week here. boston, 88. same in ipswich and plymouth. 90 in norwood. 91 in lawrence. 90 in manchester, new hampshire. middle 80s for worcester and hyannis as well. temperatures steadily going up here as we track through the rest of the week. future cast today with
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just a little and allows these southwest winds to move in and carry the warmth with it which is why temperatures are ticking upwards and by thursday, it is not just the heat. i think humidity continues to rise here. the next storm system though is not going to pass through until friday. so your seven-day forecast with the weekend always in view does have some of those friday showers, 89 degrees and muggy. most of those scattered showers. not necessarily widespread occur during the morning and the mi the evening hours we should dry out, and over the weekend, 82 degrees here on saturday. sunday, 78 degrees. a few more clouds out there. and some cooler temperatures. but by monday, we do have a few more showers in your seven-day forecast. back to you. new details in the massive investigation into animal abuse at a local farm. coming up, how detectives believed some of those animals died as they sift through thousands of pieces of evidence. but first, barbra
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5:23. doctors are setting new guidelines of how much sugar children should consume. children between 2 and 18 should have no more than six added sugar including fructose and honey. the total found in one plain chocolate bar. doctors worry that regular con suffering of added sugar can lead to heart disease and obesity. in 2018 will have to add the amount of sugar on the nutritional facts panel. music ledge end barbra streisand is having a problem with siri, not shiri but siri and she is taking the issue to the top. siri pronounces it as is, tri-zand, the second "s" like a "z".
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can you imagine picking up the phone and asking tim cook, can you make sure that siri says my name right julie i will try to get siri to pronounce that later. an unlikely candidate is tapped for a promotion in norway's military. check this out. this is ol af the iii. he is a penguin. he was the king penguin received the honor at the zoo where he lived with 50 of norway's guardsmen in attendance. sir olaf marched down the line of soldiers before he was presented with official merchandise. long line of penguins have been the mascot of the norwegian army since 1972 and the different birds have moved up the ranks due to his outstanding service and good conduct. >> sara: looks like he takes
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he does. he wants to soak up every minute. >> sara: a make a movie out of this happy feet. >> julie: they have new material. >> shiri: am i the only one that thinks this is ridiculous? a little ridiculous. 80 for the south shore and upper 70s for the cape. things are looking fantastic. very comfortable today but i will tell you when humidity seeps back in next. plus a park ranger accused of videotaping women in the bathroom. why police say that ranger gave them all the evidence an arrest. no avocado ice cream, but
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complete new england news coverage continues right now. this is the fox25 morning news. f another live look in concord
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were cut up when that tornado blew through there. a few dozen folks. a few dozen homes dealing with lingering power outages more than 24 hours after that tornado blew through. >> i know they will be cleaning up for some time after that. what a difference a day makes in the weather front. meteorologist shiri spear says no chance of storms today. just plan on the a ton of sun. >> a ton of sun and chilly temperatures this morning. want to point out doppler radar sweeping cpl clean this morning. the only word sufficient dressing for that chill in the air. down in the 40s to wake you up. north grafton 51 degrees. worcester at 56. leominster at 58. 48 in londonderry, new hampshire. 59 in lynn. 55 in milton. boston at 51. it is typical for the city to run a couple of degrees warmer. only 10 degrees warmer than lexington and natick and 52 or medway where it is 51 degrees.
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lower 60s sprinkled in across the cape this morning. either way you want to spin it, i think a lot of you will want to grab that light jacket. 7:00 this morning, 54 degrees. cool but nice and sunny. sunglasses also be our best friend today. at noon, 75 degrees. 3 p.m., 80. comfortable humidity today and our range will go anywhere from the upper 70s to the lower 80s as sunshine rolls. hot and cool spots. we will see how long it stays comfortable. drive time traffic. speaking of sunglasses. they were giving out free sunglasses at the zip trip in westford. a great place to go and get those best friend sunglasses. another one coming up this friday. roads are nice and quiet. route 1, 9 south, no issues. pike wide open and expressway is clear. over to your live drive times. 10 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit to the pike. 23 minutes on 93 south. 10 minutes on 128 northbound from westwood to the weston
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concord where a tornado touched down are still without power as crews work around the clock to get it restored. yesterday severe storms hit 39 homes in concord. the 100-mile-per-hour winds damaged half-mile stretch of property mainly on independence and alcott roads. one worker was hit by a tree limb being fed into a chipper and taken to the hospital. in boston, police are issuing an alert following a sexual assault in the south end. it happened around 1:00 yesterday morninger in greenwich park in greenwich park in clermont street. the man approached her on the bike. she says he had a knife and forced her to walk to the park where he sexually assaulted her. the woman has tattoos on his right arm and in the back of his hand. and this man sitting at the bar is wanted for stealing a priceless piece of patriots memorabilia. he jumped the bar and carried away a helmet covered in autographs in the 2014 super bowl champs.
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video and the clues this man left behind. >> reporter: police in foxborough believe the man seen in that surveillance video wearing a tom brady jersey is from wilmington. surveillance video on august 11 shows the patriots fan jumping over the bar and grabbing that mel met. he then wraps the helmet in his jersey and walks out without paying his bill. the theft happened after the pats first preseason game. the manager of the restaurant said the men actually called him shortly after the theft and apologized well, that haven't happened yet. police are hoping if you recognize the man in that surveillance video to give them a call. in the control room this morning, i am daniel miller, fox25 news. a park ranger now charged with videotaping women inside a public bathroom that happened in houghton pond in milton. raymond mackinnon set up a pin camera and secretly taped women getting undressed. a lifeguard noticed a green light coming from the corner
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downloaded the image they say mackinnon's face was caught on camera too. the suspect accused of shooting and killing another man in a worcester cemetery and in court. jose, whoer held without bail after he fled to the dominican republic and was brought back here to face charges. prosecutors say he shot and killed david luendo inside hope cemetery last june. police also arrested two other people in the months after the murder. he is due back in court in october for a pretrial hearings. a party bus involve had an emergency locks on a window which two women fell out of. one of those women died early sunday morning. the other has been released from a hospital. police say a group of 20 people rented the bus on saturday night. the accident happened at around 2 a.m. on route 1 a. the owner of entourage limo gave us a tour of the bus and explained what would need to happen for a window to open.
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vehicle -- for the window to open up. >> sara: a woman who was on the bus at the time tells fox25 that the group tried to open the window to get some air and no alarm sounded when it opened. 5:35. experts say some of the animals found dead on a local farm were starved. the remains of 70 animals were recovered from the farm in westport. more than 1,000 animals were discovered living in filthy conditions earlier this year. investigators found 20 b sites. this is the most complex animal cruelty investigation in the history of massachusetts. and last night, animal rights activists held a vigil in westport. they want criminal charges brought against whoever is responsible. this morning 900 of the animals taken from the farm are still cared for by the aspca. the organization is working to find them foster homes. 60 janitors that clean local t stations, buses will be losing their job.
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new contracts with two companies. starting september 1, the t will pay them $13.5 million a year for cleaning services. the contracts used to be 4 million per year. union leaders say the cuts will create sweatshop type conditions for worker who are not laid off. new this morning, facebook trying to get in with teens. the new app they just rolled out to jazz up the social media post and why adults won't be able to access it. and plus, floating away the party on the water that turned into an international rescue. and it is a play you have to see to believe. coming up, we will show you
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good morning, everyone, we check traffic and weather every ten minutes. tarting with a live look at the zakim bridge. nice and bright out there. traffic moving along on the zakim and leverett connector. using 93 south, a 21-minute ride as you head from 495 down to the zakim bridge. us now with the weather. hi, shir. >> good morning. 61 degrees in boston, but i have to admit that is one of my hot spots. breakfast, let's plan on 56 degrees in the suburbs, a little bit cool at 7 a.m. middle 70s by noontime today and 6:00 for dinnertime about 78 degrees. i will show you what time temperatures peak and where we are back to the 80s next. red sox getting hot at just the right time. they won 96 their last 11 and
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the american league east. david price getting the job done last night in tampa. eight strikeouts. no runs allowed in eight innings of work. chris young making first appearance since june getting sox on the board. scoring hanley ramirez. the play of the night, maybe the season. watch in left, with outfielder bentendi, over the wall, times it perfectly and makes a tremendous catch. taking the home run away. that kid is doing everything. sox night. so -- sox win it 6-2 over tampa last night. what is going on with tom brady and gronk. brady missed second straight practice and the team is not really saying why only that it is an excused absence. gronk also missed his third session in a row. he was hurt during a joint practice with chicago last week, of course, when it comes to injuries, the patriots, nothing but mystery. never get the answers.
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plus police are searching for a sexual assault suspect. we will check in with our reporters live right after the break. a nun held up at knifepoint, but the thieves don't get away with any cash. the deeply personal item that was taken that she wants back. a permanent display of his political affiliation. why this man says the 13 hours he spent getting a tattoo of
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attend charter schools. let's improve public schools for all students, not just a select few. vote no on question 2. if you were just joining us we are getting you up to the minute on all of our top stories. police are searching for a man responsible for a late-night sexual assault on a
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out the sunglasses today. we have clear skies on the horizon. but first, cleanup continues from a tornado. fox25's stephanie coueignoux live from concord with more. good morning, stephanie. yeah, we are expecting those crews to show up within the next few hours now that the sun is finally starting to come up and taking a look behind me, you can see that progress has been made. this massive tree that we showed you at this hour yesterday morning has now been cut up but again it still needs to be removed yesterday after that ef 1 tornado touched down in concord in the area of lexington road and hawthorne lane. it toppled trees, damaged 39 homes and downed power lines 100 miles per hour along a half-mile path. fortunately nobody was hurt but this morning one lane on lexington road is still shut down and power lines are still down on alcott and independence road leaves
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governor charlie baker toured this area speaking with residents, and, again, crews will be back up here today. the cleanup will likely last a few more days. we will show you aerial video from skyfox as it blew over the scene. i am stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. well, in boston, police are issuing an alert following a sexual assault in the south end. it happened around 1:00 yesterda street. the man approached her on a bike. he says he had a knife and forced her to walk to the park where he sexually assaulted her. the suspect has tattoos on his right arm and on the back of his hand. and -a-aa all right, well, it is a very different day than we saw yesterday, shiri, with much cooler temperatures
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so temperature-wise, we are actually going to start off a little bit below average, 64 degrees is typical. we are dropping into the upper 60s. i wouldn't be surprised if we hit the upper 5s, but the first time this month in boston, ref not seen a wake-up call in the 50s in the city. suburbs a little bit of a different story. average high is 79 degrees. boston right now at 61, but we usually hit rock bottom as the sun comes up at 6 a.m. i still think we could lose 1 or 2 degrees. 7 a.m. 6 warm-up under way, 69 degrees. lower 60s at 7 a.m. and temperature-wise during the afternoon, upper 70s, lower 80s, it is going to be beautiful. high pressure will keep us nice and dry today. a little shield from anything. and over the next couple of days, implications for both temperature and humidity. what we are watching for at the coastline, we could see a light little sea breeze and that means temperatures at the beaches could knock back into the 70s.
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could be a high around 80 degrees. for the cape, 70s on the map. barnstable, 77. edgartown, 76. lower 80s on the flipside from marshfield. 82 in middleborough and brockton. and 81 in attleboro this afternoon. boston at 80 degrees. a lot of suburbs, lower 80s in foxborough, natick, w woburn. a little bit cooler for cape ann. rockport 73 degrees. that might be a little bit low either way. but 80s in beverly, 81 in salisbury. 82 haverhill to andover. lower 70s. douglas at 79. fitchburg hits the lower 80s and a lot in southern new hampshire with nashua and hampton beach at 81. overnight fall back into the 50s. not quite as cool as what we have last night and what you are waking up to this morning. a couple of degrees milder and since humidity is not really
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where maybe you crack the windows. you don't need to use the ac overnight because these are pretty comfortable sleeping temperatures. i don't think you need to lower things any more than that but tomorrow, could definitely have the ac back that play for the afternoon. temperatures-wise upper 80s boston, beverly. lower 90s and norwood and bedford. 91 in lawrence tomorrow. the heat is on and it stays on for the end of the week. thursday, 88 degrees with a few friday is your next shot for showers. and a little layout of what i am expecting for friday because i think some of these storms are -- rather scattered showers could come overnight and be in play when you wake up tomorrow morning and they weaken by the afternoon. these will last in the scattered fashion by lunchtime, afternoon, you see things breaking apart already and things dry over the weekend with saturday's high, 82 and sunday, 78. over to julie grauert a look
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>> julie: shiri, good morning. new accident, 128 southbound near the braintree split near granite street. not a lot of volume not having a huge impact on our drive times. route 1, 93 south is fine. a look at 93 through sullivan square where speed limit ride quite a bit of space between those cars. over to your live drive times, 2 minutes from 128 to the tobin. 23 minutes on 93 south. 23 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 eastbound from 495 to mass ave. back to you. more than 1,000 fire fighters are working to knock down the flames of the blue cut fire in california. but the efforts were not enough to save one of the most famous restaurants along route 66. the fire leveled the southern inn. and the restaurant has been in operation since the 20s. the long-time owner was heartbroken. >> makes me sick in my stomach. it is awful because i know every button in that
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restaurant, every light switch, every pipe. after 50 years, you have to repair half of that stuff. >> gene: the blue cut fire has burned 37,000 acres since tuesday and currently threatening 34,000 buildings. a detailed new report outlines exactly what happened to the little boy killed by an alligator at a disney resort back in june. the report showed several people saw the alligator in the hours and minutes before the attack. several even warned disney employees about the animal but nothing was done killed 2-year-old lane graves. his father jumped in to help pry his son from the gator's mouth. he fought the animal as it dragged both him and his son deeper into the lagoon but he couldn't stop the animal. after the attack, disney officials killed several gators in the lagoon but are not certain that they got the animal that actually killed lane. the bill cosby case has rallied lawmakers in
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women have come forward saying they were drugged and raped by cosby but the statue of limitation has run out on many of those cases. just removed a law that removes time constraints for sexual assault. the bill now being debated in the california state senate. as the zika virus continues to spread in florida, the state is bumping up funding to fight the virus. during a roundtable with health experts yesterday, governor rick scott confirmed that the state now has 36 cases of zika. is adding another $5 million to fight the virus. the governor toured a middle school on the first day of class to reassure parents that the state is working to fight zika. and fox25 has learned that some boston area researchers are hiring lobbyists in washington to help get funding for zika prevention efforts. we got through lobbies disclosure forms and found that mit and the dana farber cancer institute haveed all paid money for lobbies firms
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to zika over the last few months. robbery steps away from the convent and a woman studying to become a nun says she was robbed at knifepoint by two women. daniel, the suspects only got away with the victim's rosary beads. >> daniel: the mother of the religious order tells fox25 she is not angry about this, but she is sad and she believes the rosary beads that were stolen may have saved the lives of the victims and both suspects. >> and sad. and sad that these many others like them. i am not angry, i am sad. >> reporter: mother olga of the daughter of mary nazareth convent in quincy tells fox25 her heart goes out to the two women now accused in this case. 26-year-old vanessa young and 26-year-old crystal young both of somerville are now charged with robbing at knifepoint a woman studying to be a nun of heroesry beads. the incident took place sunday
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the 27-year-old victim is living and studying. police say the victim was wearing civilian clothes and was just out for a walk when the two suspects approached, one of them carrying a knife. >> we carry our rosary in this small pocket. a rosary pocket and she had this with her. >> reporter: mother acube said the victim showed the suspects the rosary pocket and her took a twist that can only be explained by her faith. >> as soon as she saw the rosary she took the rosary and put the knife away and walked away. god forbid it could have happened something even worse. but she took the rosary and put the knife away and walked away. so i believe it was just the grace of the holy rosary. >> reporter: do you forgive them? >> absolutely, absolutely
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one of the women at $5,000. police say the other woman was used as a lookout and she was released on her personal recognizance. both women are due in court next month. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. today, pats fans and gamers can get their hands on the new madden 17 and one of our favors is on the cover. gronk is on the newest madden games that hit store shelves at midnight. the first patriots player to land the cover. the ea sports developers have a lot giving him the perfect 99 rating in the game. and fans that want to try out tom brady's new snacks will have to wait a little bit. brady's fitness company is telling tv 12 snacks. the raw veg an glut--free dairy snacks are individually packaged. six different kinds. for $50 the company will send you a box of two of each. we checked this morning and they are already sold out. too bad.
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1500 americans were participating in the annual float down in michigan. heavy winds blew their rafts and floats and intertubes to canadian shores. several canadian agencies pulled them from the water and put them on buses and sent them back into the united states. t-shirts, hats and yard signs. one man showing love for presidential candidate donald trump and it is permanent. the tattoo artist said it took 3 colors complete the very life-like portrait of the donald. the man who got the tattoo said the time and the you pain well worth it and has gotten only compliments on his new tattoo. >> just love for the tattoo and love for trump. even people who don't like trump love the tattoo. >> the man is confident that trump will win the election, but even if he doesn't, he has no plans to have that tattoo
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removed. >> that will probably hurt and good for him. >> well, that's not going anywhere. that much we know. 5:55. just about something that everybody does when they go to bed. charging your phone. but could you be doing damage to your smart device by charging it. coming up at 6:00, why people don't know the problem with overcharging their cell phones. and a grand slam is generally a good thing, but one ball player gets pretty unlucky after run right to his own windshield. like he says, the damage done makes him feel pretty great, julie. that was some precise time get your own car. 128 southbound in woburn no complaint yet. 21 minutes as you head from route 1 to the weston tolls. shiri? >> shiri: no umbrellas needed today or tomorrow. stays nice and dry. not until thursday night and friday that the chance of rain coming back into play.
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now at o'clock, picking up the branch and the power lines. the work being done right now as the community comes together to clean up from a tornado that brought 100-mile-per-hour winds to their front door. a wok sexually assaulted in the south end. the warning police are putting out for the neighborhood. new this morning wikileak is under the microscope.
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information of hundreds of people, including sexual abuse victims. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, 6:00 on this tuesday morning, august 23. we appreciate you being with us. i am gene lavanchy. >> sara: i am sara underwood. and what a difference a day makes. meteorologist shiri spear is talking clear skies and pretty much chilly temperatures this fox25 storm tracker weather center with what time things will tart to warm up. >> sara: this is probably our -- >> shiri: this is probably our coolest hour we will find today. we check back with temperatures next hour, you will see them slowly rise. sunshine this morning at 6 a.m. we will start flipping knees icons here from nighttime to daytime. 61 in daytime. lower 50s in beverly and plymouth. 51 bedford. 54, worcester.

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