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fire in this central massachusetts town. >> julie: donald trump has major announcement on immigration and day one of the presidency if elected. >> back to school and many states and that means kids have to be vaccinated. new this morning the change pediatricians are forced to make as more parents refuse the shots. >> daniel: number of towns heading back to school today. shiri spear says it is going to be a hot and sticky day in the classroom. shiri, i feel for the students. >> couple other towns and cities and stifling. right now not too bad in worcester at sixty nine?,
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we got a lot of clouds but only got a few showers. kind of tough to find them on the map this morning sweeping radar picking up just some hints of sprinkles toward natick and mass pike headed toward 90 here, even in dedham, so overall cloudy conditions this morning and keep in mind we are not really going to clear out probably until early this afternoon and lower 80s today, clearing skies by the time released from school and in and around the boston area and we got temperatures working way into the mid-upper 80s, going to be humid, we clear out as well during the afternoon hours but 84 to 92?. we got morning clouds and afternoon clearing from north to south. hot spots south of the mass pike and take you through the forecast town by town coming up
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>> julie: sluggish on 128 southbound past route 2 as you head toward the pike. expressway seeing a little bit of relief there and things moving along fine on the zakim bridge in leverett connector. here are live drive times, 27 minutes on pike eastbound from four to mass ave. 18 minutes on expressway. 29 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. >> new at 9:00, update just in this morning on story we have been following since last night. >> investigators fires in southbridge from sunday. fox25 michael henrich is in southbridge and, michael, this involves the second smaller fire. >> michael: fire here on benefit street is residential fire and do not believe it is connected to what's going on behind me here. the benefit street fire which happened second, looking at smoking as a possible cause.
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this one still up in the air and see the extent of the damage and show you some of the video from woman who had to be evacuated from her home showing the flame shooting up through the roof yesterday afternoon and more than dozen people who live in upstairs apartments got tis placed withis fire. and several businesses on the and woman spoke with what she is going to have to go through. >> tell-all my clients i don't know how i'm going to do it but they can call me and see what i can do because i loved everything in there. >> michael: very difficult
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southbridge and central massachusetts. as far as the cause again of this main street building fire that is still up in the air. southbridge fire official plus the fire marshal office investigating to see what's at stake. last night especially ruled out arson as a possible cause. we will stay on it and bring you update throughout the day as they break on the fox25 news app. for now live in southbridge, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> daniel: three pe homeless following an overnight fire in lawrence. flames here broke out after 2:00 a.m. no one was hurt. red cross helping the victims find a place to stay. >> daniel: local firefighters union accepting donations to help a northborough firefighter and family who's historic home was destroyed by fire. fire started at 19th century farm house known as goodrich model house early yesterday morning. the family also runs a farm stand from the property. investigators now trying to
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fire. >> julie: happening today local teen face a judge after killed best friends. vigil held yesterday for austin robbins, former lunenburg high school football star that died in the crash. friends met at the scene of the crash. joseph kapp being charged with motor vehicle homicide under the influence of alcohol. he lost control of his car and hit several trees in lunenburg. >> daniel: couple. john griffin stabbed rebecca griffin with a knife and used same knife on himself. police say the couple divorced in 1990 but rebecca would often help john with his errands. neighbors say couple survived by his son. >> daniel: man's body found in proud park yesterday morning. neighbors said they heard
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investigators have not said how the man died or who he is. police say there were complications removing the body but did not provide more details. >> julie: 9:06. transit police investigating after cyclist has wit and killed by mbta commuter rail in somerville. these are photos from the scene on park street yesterday. witnesses say the rider tried to cross the tracks after the crossing arm were down. the victim was a man between 25 and 30. he died at the scene. transit police are investigating functioning properly. >> daniel: baby and young girl in hospital after serious injuries on mass pike crash. it happened on eastbound side of natick. police say five people were in the suv when the drive lost control causing the suv to roll over. medical helicopters flew the 11-year-old and six-month-old to tufts medical center in boston. >> julie: boston duck tours will be reviewing action of
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roof. it happened yesterday when first year driver sent on detour off beacon street and went under the notoriously low storrow drive bridge. no one was injured in the crash. company says duck boats do not usually travel on storrow drive. >> daniel: things slowly returning to normal at major airport after a false alarm overnight. there were -- there was a chaotic few moments after people thought they heard gunshots at lax. security was run. flights were grounded and terminal evacuated as police send the area. police now say it was likely that some people just heard loud noises in the terminal. and this morning we are learning one person was detained. the airport tweeted out a man in zoro costume taken away by police. he could be heard screaming it is a plastic sword. that completely surrounded him with guns drawn. it is not clear this morning why
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>> julie: million fans expected at u.s. tennis tournament in queens. this year police added extra layer of fencing around the ground. it is protect against possible car bombs and other attacks. the nypd plans more patrols and private security force of 300 has been hired. this is in response to recent terror attacks across europe. >> daniel: major speech on immigration from donald trump wednesday. it will take place in arizona. it comes as changing his tone on key campaign issue. supporters say he still plans to build wall on mexico but may be moving away from plans to deport all 11 million undocumented immigrants in the country. instead he is focusing on a small section of immigrants. >> daniel: day one i'm going to be begin swiftly removing criminal illegal immigrants from this country.
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colorado but delayed to work on details of proposal. the republican also calling on hillary clinton to release medical history. trump says both candidate should do that. in a tweet he says there would be no problem doing it. trump and supporters like rudy giuliani have questioned clinton's health but offered little proof to explain why. doctors for candidates say each is fit to serve. trump is 70 years old, is 68. >> julie: wife has been campaigning for hillary clinton he has been sexting with another woman. new pictures reveal he has been talking a friend since january last year. one of the controversial photos is picture of him in his underwear with his son cuddled
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60ing scandal. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. using the expressway northbound you're looking at 21 minute ride from the braintree split to the exit for the pike. shiri? >> shiri: heading into the city, 75?, ton of clouds out there and clouds slowly, slowly you should see breaks in the clouds develop by late-morning. 10:00 a.m. temp 80?, 82 by 11:00 a.m. and show where you we are headed to 90. >> daniel: only on fox25 lal island after the boat capsizes. coming up at 9:30, why the mbta is now investigating and heading to that island to help them out. >> julie: amazon giving employees more time off.
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controlling the nuclear codes? and as of now, i'd have to say no. [bill o'reilly sighs] >> julie: generic version of epi pen will be available left hand the next few weeks. this comes after a public outcry earlier this month over the more than 600-dollar price tag for
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>> julie: more parents refusing to vaccinate children compared to decade ago and parents reasons why have changed. fox25 jacqueline fell live in washington d.c. with what pediatricians are saying. jackie? >> reporter: study doctors tell-all. almost one in five parents have asked the pediatricians to delay some or all the potentially lifesaving sho the kids are now more likely to say it is because they do not see a need for vaccination. published today in the journal of pediatrics, 87% of pediatricians in the u.s. say they encountered parents refusing shots for their kids in 2013. ten years earlier it was 75% of doctors who reported they had experienced refusals. doctors said parents also wanted to delay vaccinations because they were concerned about the
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researchers says they may be unnecessary because vaccine preventable diseases may be rare but last year there was a number of outbreaks, measles, mumps and whooping cough, including measles outbreak at disneyland >> prepared to do a horse rescue if horse gets injured. >> daniel: lieutenant has seen 60,000 cats over the career and behind-the-scenes look at animal rescue league of boston and meet
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animals safe. >> julie: volume around morrissey boulevard and through lexington but that is typical and things moving over the zakim at slower pace than we typically see around 5:00 a.m. here are live drive times, 13 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 27 minute 48 minutes and that takes into account pointed out on 128 through the lexington area. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and we are starting to day warm and temperatures will increase. >> shiri: we talk about needing rain because of the drought conditions because ragweed and nettle pollen all
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saving grace the fact that temperatures drop by the weekend and that should hopefully help knock maybe the pollen levels down just a little bit here. 75? in boston right now, 74 in norwood. we have a couple close by very very light sprinkles in norwood occurring right now and sunny icon not accurate, want to expand over that. the deal is we have clouds this morning, clouds until lunchtime today, so 11:00 a.m. 83?, 1:00 p.m. 87? into the afternoon once we hit about 3:00 p.m. and norwood. it is going to start to clear out and as it does you can see temperatures drifting down just slightly at 5:00 p.m. to 87, 7:00 p.m. to 82?, we have also got dropping dew points which means there's relief from the humidity in sight. future cast today does have clouds dominating morning portion of the forecast but by lunchtime we should see arriving in boston about that clearing edge. i don't know if it is going to be quite this far south at noon
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out later on today. so noon time points north of the mass pike will be brightest, south of the mass pike still partly cloudy and you could see here though during the afternoon that we all brighten up beautifully and for the drive home from work later today, sun, couple scattered clouds, looking fantastic, but this is when it is going to be pretty hot out there. this afternoon hot spots include the 90s in plymouth, bridgewater, new bedford, over to brockton, 83 vineyard and 83 norwood and upper 80s in boston. 87 lowell, 86 in nashua, 87 in farve, 83 in worcester and framingham 89? and poor kids going to school in framingham. going to be hot. 63 overnight in boston and 50s in suburbs. this is going to be a little treat because dew points drop, lows in the 50s.
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from there we have somewhat seasonable highs, a little above average for tuesday highs in the lower 80s at coastline including boston, got middle 80s a little bit further inland and we have stuff going on in tropics and tropical depression depression eight was going to make move toward north carolina, virginia, possibly strengthening into a tropical storm, even by later today webbed be talking next tropical storm. after that it is going to swing tropical depression also expected to become a tropical storm here in the coming days and cross over florida later this week and likely moves out to sea. we are watching hurricane gaston as well, this is the first major hurricane of the atlantic season. this one posing not a threat to us at all. in fact, moving away despite the
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little while. 88 today with clearing skies in the afternoon. 82 tomorrow. it is going to be comfortable with the lower humidity. humidity sneaks in a little bit on wednesday with high around 88 again. we got late showers and maybe even a thunderstorm to talk about on wednesday afternoon and evening and overnight thursday the last of it dries up in the morning, then we clear out and friday 75? over the weekend, lows in the 50s, highs in the 70s and because dew points are so much lower and humidity is so much lower, that's when it starts feeling like back to you guys. >> still ahead this morning, stand against hate as hundreds turn out to support new england's largest gay newspaper. what organizers unveiled as police search for vandals responsible for last week's explosion. >> julie: landmark day for explosion. >> julie: landmark day for doze for all those pokers, prodders, shuckers and sniffers, all stop & shop produce is triple checked. we're focusing on fresh... ...so you don't have to guess.
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and flown during the day and do not meet regulations and 3,000 businesses have received these wavers. >> washington post reports the company is testing out 30-hour workweek. only a few dozen workers will take part in experimental program and work monday through thursday 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and additional flex hours will make up hours. >> google fiber not performing as well as the tech company had hoped and service did not seen number of subscribers wanted and looking to cut costs and downsize. google fiber available but not in new england and not comment. >> julie: dozens of topless
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happened as worldwide protest called go topless day. one woman says despite what some people may think, it is not about doing something shocking. >> it is about equality and choice. not doing anything different than what guys are doing. >> julie: in new hampshire it is not illegal and police didn't report any problems with the public demonstration. julie: crowd at this year country fest calm. two shows at gillette stadium friday and saturday night. police tell us only 41 people were arrested from the night and only seven will face charges. that's dramatic drop from last year when nearly 200 people were arrested over the two nights. police credit extra staffing with security success. >> daniel: swimmers on popular beach forced from water with great white shark. cape cod time says two lifeguards spotted the shark in p town on saturday afternoon and
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about 30 people were in the water at the time lifeguards closed beach for about an hour. take look at this picture, manatee spotted off the cape. it was seen near identity terminal evacuated pond. manatee sightings are pretty rare. had sightings a few years ago back off buzzard's bay. elusive goat on the loots in tewksbury. broke free in tewksbury and last seen in the area of main street. the owner of the goat is unknown but police say they have several people who spotted the goat and no surprise here someone has created a twitter handle. can you guess what it is? the tewksbury goat taunting police saying he or she will be caught as easily as lowell goat was last year. >> julie: firing things up. shiri, don't want to mess with them. >> shiri: mid-upper 80s and
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rip current risk. we have concerns in local water. swim near the lifeguards and show you hohot it gets in town coming up.
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>> julie: live look outside at boston skyline and many kids heading back to school today. >> daniel: so many of them do not have air conditioning in classroom, so shiri, it is going to be a tough one as head back to the >> shiri: either way you want to pin it it is warm, muggy, might be back to school in couple communities but i mean the forecast says all summer. 73 in londonderry, new hampshire and going to start to see the clouds spin out in these towns and cities first as we head toward late-morning. boston still in the thick of it with cloudy skies and 75?, 74 reading, 72 wall peel, 73
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falmouth and clouds beginning to take over for parts of the cape and islands and guys going to clear out and also allows you to get some of the warmest temperature of the day. i think my highest temperature reading coming in from southeastern massachusetts. 75 right now with increasing clouds, 84? at noon time. humid clouds beginning to break apart here and most of the cloud cover south of boston noon time today, 3:00 p.m. about 88 we continue to clear out north south and hot spots and live drive time traffic. >> julie: a little bit slower. south of the expressway -- south of the pike is expressway at morrissey boulevard and you can see a little bit heavy volume on zakim bridge. over to the live drive times, 23
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19 minutes on expressway. 24 minutes on 93 south from andover down to the zakim. >> daniel: happening now teenager accused of driving drunk and killing one of his friends just arrived in court to be arraigned on charges of vehiclely homicide. fox25 stephanie coueignoux live in fitchburg this morning. some friends of these teens just showed up to court for the hearing as well. >> stephanie: i spoke with them and didn't want to camera and one of the friends charged in fatal drunk driving crash and another one is victim. 18-year-old austin robbins, otherwise known as aj, was killed after police say joseph kapp lost control of his car and crashed on hollis lane in lunenburg. 19-year-old sean mcniff was also
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crash. these three teenagers were the very best of friends. he says they were actually driving back from a house party in fitchburg when kapp again crashed. >> known each other since third or fourth grade and it is just a tragedy. >> last night hundreds gathered on the football field at lunenburg high school to remember robbins. he was a star football player before graduating earlier this year and friends told was someone who always made you smile. but again, we are expecting a very emotional day in the courtroom as many teenagers -- many friends of both the victims and defendants are showing up to learn what is going on. we will have a crew in the courtroom and we will bring you the very latest online at fox25boston.com and on air
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>> julie: tiverton flames started around 2:00 this morning and they have no electricity which makes the fire suspicious and working with the fall river arson squad to determine what sparked the flames. one firefighter was taken to the hospital for heat exhaustion. >> julie: kaitlyn moreen brain damage in november 2014 and blamed injuries on fall and then changed story and accused ex. she faces 40 years in prison if convicted. >> daniel: tufts university broke into bedroom while sleeping. it happened at house on college street in somerville. witnesses say the man was
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sedan. police stepped up patrols in the area. >> daniel: man accused of attacking woman at commuter rail station will be in court today. angel castro in gloucester charging with attempting to rape the victim on wednesday night. surveillance video from a nearby business helped police track him down. officers say castro pushed woman to the ground and tried to remove her clothes but able to swing for help and several witnessesa >> julie: police still investigating hate crime in salem. it was blown up by fireworks. $5,000 reward for information leading to arrests. meanwhile the community is rallying around the publication that was targeted. fox25 ted daniel reports the replacement box. >> reporter: rainbow times
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>> important to have the event tonight because we are not victims. we will not mourn what happens. >> reporter: rainbow times largest lgbt publication in new england. vandals repeatedly targeted the previous box that was here and last week it was destroyed. >> we are really fortunate nobody injured, no property damage but it was certainly for us very telling moment we felt like >> surveillance video viewed more than 100,000 times. all seven people dressed in black, one shoved something into the newspaper box. seconds later it explodes. >> brought in state police which brought along the fire marshal and atv to investigate and pow retechniques and fireworks.
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rainbow flags in solidarity. >> daniel: wealthy family targeted by racist facebook posts. 100 people turned up for diversity picnic and posted pictures of family online featuring racist captions and tells us yesterday's event was about starting a conversation. >> no one likes to maybe mine will go. >> daniel: seven teenagers were involved in the racist post. three of them go to school with family son at wellesley high. >> julie: suspect in case head to court. one of the nuns, paula merrill,
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she and margaret held was killed. a confession from a man but no motive. >> daniel: photos of boat upside down in the water father and son docked at grape island at coast of hingham where they went to camp overnight. they said the park ranger alerted them what happened lightning ferry jutted away. >> basically got boat and sunk it. don't expect to be sunken by a ferry blasting away from the dock like he did. >> daniel: relieved because
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boston harbor cruises tells fox25 they will be bringing out a diver in the morning to try to recover any belongings from slade's boat. >> daniel: >> julie: moderate turbulence on saturday night. plane landed safely in manchester. no passengers were hurt but two flight >> daniel: discussion from energy needs to new technology. conference officially opened last night. governor baker welcomed the five new england governors and leaders of five eastern canadian provinces with dinner and reception. this is the fortieth annual conference. a local doctor who survived the deadly ebola virus plans to raise money to help fight another disease. next month dr. rick saccharowill ride his bicycle across the
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liberia and working in liberia in 2014. he flew to nebraska for experimental drug treatment which saved his life. >> daniel: new england patriots are mourning the loss of former player that send team for many years. >> julie: offensive lineman died at age 70. he served at the team's dentist for many years. he had a dentistry pract canton. bob kraft called him a great ambassador for the team. julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. if using expressway northbound average speeds 32 miles per hour. it will set you back 16 minutes from the braintree split to the exit for the pike. shiri? >> shiri: right now in boston seeing ton of clouds and fenway park forecast for the first pitch here this evening's game involves clearing skies. we have a temperature at first pitch around 80? at 7:00 tonight. a ton out improvements where you
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administrators will discuss the fate of high school football team. coming up why some are blaming the turf for painful hand injuries. >> julie: plus cousin of nba
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>> daniel: two brothers behind bars arrested in the shooting death of chicago bulls duane wade's cousin. derren and darwin sorrells facing first-degree murder charges. police say both are documented gang members and on parole for previous gun charges. >> this reprehensible act of violence is example of why we need to change the way we treat habitual offenders in the city of when will enough be enough? >> daniel: nykea aldridge was killed when pushing stroller with baby near an elementary school. >> she wasn't aware short life was clear failure in criminal justice system here in chicago. just another mother to want her children to get an education just like any good parent would.
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indicative of much longer problem. >> drugs in with a plan to address the issue and comprehensive way. >> according to the chicago tribune there have been 455 homicides in chicago already this year. compare that to the 490 murders in chicago in the hole 2015. investigators say wade's cousin not the intended target. her baby was cared for by family members. more than dozen football players in program reportedly have blisters on their hands after practicing on unfuneral field. it is unclear if blisters were caused by excessive heat coming off the surface. nearby medway there's signs of high heat on similar feels and concern for parents and
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to shield feet and if that's something we have to do then something is wrong. >> daniel: as a result the injuries they were put on administrative leave and football program currently on hold. last night we got statement from the superintendent. placing on administrative leave part of the investigation process and should not be considered a former of punishment. the district went on to say it considers both the safety of students and rights like this. >> sara: >> julie: sox hosting kansas city royals. david ortiz strong in the fourth and big papi hits thirty-first home run of the season. two-one royals. sox take lead in the fifth but then kc puts a snowman on the board in the sixth.
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six-four. and sox host tampa at fenway. julie: kids from enwell, new york, outside binghamton beat south korea. enwell finished 24 wins zero loss >> julie: new accident on expressway northbound right before the o'neill tunnel. not having a huge impact on drive times yet. however, that could change. 128 southbound still sluggish through the lexington area. as you can see, a little slow going on leverett connector. here are live drive times, 12 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 12 minutes 93 south, 37 minutes route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear
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temperatures well into the 60s and sticky out there and dew point drop and comfortable by the time you wake up tomorrow morning and meantime we got the warm humid air just taking over. it is up ahead of the cold front and new hampshire and eastern back behind it you will find those dropping dew points, find clearing skies. check out timeline on all of this. rain showers way overdone as we hitten. we are barely seeing sprinkles out there. late-morning sprinklele it will be over cape and islands even up to plymouth, that's by noon time, see threat of shore out here and clearing skies north to south and clearing around noon time and going to be partly
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lunchtime, 83 in lawrence, 85 in norwood, upper 70s in worcester and good to see worcester temperature a little bit cooler than everybody else at higher elevations because that's one of the areas that did go back to school today. at 5:00 p.m. the drive home from work it will be a warm one, bright one, sunshine rolling along with mid to upper 80s and then as we hit evening hour nothing into play, stay clear, comfortable, this afternoon peaking 88 in beverly as well as bedford and lawrence to about 86 nashua, 90s hot spots south of the pike today. plymouth new bedford norwood providence, rhode island, all flirt with about 90? today 85 in hyannis and 78 nantucket. tonight how about some 50s. these 50s feel fantastic. go ahead, crack the window overnight tonight because you got the dry crisp air that's
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to wake up to sauna, wake up to comfortable and got a little chilly conditions in the 50s by tomorrow morning. high temperatures though get into lower 80s at beaches, beaches 84 to 89 today. going to be warm and moderate risk of rip currents that is an elevated risk as well two to 5-foot waves. want you swimming where there are hive guards out there. even though it seems away, first major hurricane gaston of the season, 1,000 miles away and churn up the seas and bigger swells and rip currents and whole thing moving away from us. that's not threat here in the united states. there's a couple other areas of interest that we will be watching through the morning hour. of course, kevin lemanowicz is back with you at 4:00 today and latest whether we have any new tropical storms out there.
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with chance late day thundershowers and high of 80 and real treat friday, saturday, sunday, 50s in the morning and mid-70s in the afternoon and feels a little bit like fall, low humidity here over the weekend and up early, going to have to add whole extra layer.
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>> julie: biggest star of the show was queenby and eight trophies for beyonce britney and vma in ten years. performance met with a little less excitement and many audience members seen checking their phone. >> daniel: mtv gave kanye minutes whatever he wanted to do and chose to give a speech praising himself. discussed police and gun violence to not feel defeated
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declaration of love on the vma stage here. drake said he has been in love with rihanna since 22 years old. the pair rumored to be dating for years but when drake went for embrace rihanna appeared to pull back a bit and went on video vanguard >> julie: aly raismain were there and they were posing with kim kardashian. once she got to meet kim she was going to send her daughter north gymnastics leotard reaction when all the women got hug from her, there and in the hospital recovering from infection. >> daniel: last check of forecast. >> shiri: we clear out from
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highs in the 80s, humidity drops later on today and comfortable for tuesday and fingers crossed we actually get something out of it because all of today's showers simply dried up. weekend looks great if you're itching for fall. i love fall. >> daniel: thank you so much for joining us this fios is not cable. we're wired differently, which means we can fix things differently. thanks for calling fios. this is ryan. you can't tell me this cord isn't in. i'm sending you a link to the my fios app that going to let me see what you're seeing. really? yes, mr. mcenroe... see that cord? just plug it into the connector on the right. so you can clearly see what's in and what's out? oh absolutely. i like that. tech support that lets your technician see the problem over your smartphone.
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norman: that's a lot of vitamins there, harold. harold: oh, i'm stocking up before kelly ayotte
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e wants to privatize medicare, turn it into a voucher program that'll cost families big time. norman: uhhh... the vitamins? harold: gotta keep my family strong because ayotte also wants to raise the medicare eligibility age. norman: ohhh... i think maybe i'll pick up a few too. narrator: tell kelly ayotte: oppose medicare privatization.
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