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>> julie: first win of the season for patriots and sports director tom leyden live in the studio to break down final nail biting moment. analyzing whoever did this. >> daniel: abruptly leaves memorial of ground zero. >> julie: soccer comes with down side. new study about the rise of injuries and student athletes. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> daniel: good morning, it is 9:00 on monday, september 12th september 12th and daniel miller. >> good morning, everyone, i'm julie grauert. feeling a little more like fall
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right now, at least this morning than they were yesterday. meteorologist shiri spear to break it all down for us. >> couple hours we had 40s, we have 50s dominating this map. now we are back into the 60s and all morning long i have been saying 9:00 a.m. friends, 9:00 a.m. the hour we will be mostly in the sixties here and priestly shed the longer sleep. so turning more comfortable now despite the chilly start and 1:00 p.m. 73 and hit highs in metrowest today in the mid to upper 70s and as always there's a range. 72 to 78?, sunny and comfortable, nice low humidity. boston in the lower side of that range. i will show you which other towns and cities are as well coming up. let's send you back to julie now with live drive time traffic. >> julie: a little bit slow. 93 south sluggish as you head from woburn into medford and somerville. pike seeing steady heavy volume right after the weston tolls and
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right on zakim bridge and leverett connector. here are live drive times, 52 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. 36 minutes on the expressway. 48 minutes to the leverett connector. >> i love coming to the morning show. friendliest people you can imagine. >> lots to celebrate today. >> patriots ten-zero lead and promoted and took the lead in the fourth quarter, larry fitzgerald 100 career touchdown and put arizona on top 24-20 and
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field goal that makes it 23-21 and cards did get one final chance and goes wide left. pats win by two. in arizona and all eyes on jimmy g. in his first career start jimmy garoppolo was cool, calm and collected. led scoring drives to start both paths and led the game winning drive in the fourth quarter. this night was a long time coming for garoppolo. >> i'm a now and only one game right now. >> how good was jimmy tonight? >> jimmy did excellent job. it is a good starting point for him and i think he like everybody feels like there's so much more that we could do and fun to get a win when you know it could be better. >> job jimmy did. >> it is incredible. all game poised and knew as a team we believed in them, no doubt anyone in the locker room
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and watch the guy get better and grow. >> he is a great player. you know, he is going to be a good player in his league. you know, jimmy for rookie quarterback he is -- he did pretty good job and filling the w tonight. >> garoppolo and patriots tried to go two-zero. next sunday at gillette, home opener against the dolphins. with patriots in arizona, butch stearns, back to you. >> dolphins 2008 and impressed by what you see. >> like you how described him as mature and first start in the nfl so what he can do. ? ? >> first sunday of the season
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the anthem and some players taking a knee. drama surrounding anthem surrounded with colin kaepernick taking knee over racial protest around the stadium and airline after the game. >> stephanie, the mosque president wants this investigating hate crime. >> stephanie: closer look at
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six-seven dents in there and praying inside and everyone shaken up. invited inside the mosque and damage left behind. akbar says the time and prayer service and one of the rocks narrowly missed someone's head. >> don't worry, this is our home. >> because this has happened on september 11th akbar told us he believes the mosque was targeted and calls this a hate crime. he says he immediately called 911 as well as the fbi.
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mosque with this happened and immediately ran outside after hearing the glass shatter. >> no place in local society >> stephanie: akbar for whoever did the damage was trying to learn about islam. instead of resorting to something like this. in nashua, new hampshire, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. >> julie: firefighters responded shortly after midnight and last 40 happens they
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not commented whether the anniversary 9/11 played role as well. in june omar mateen killed 14 people in orlando. >> presidential candidate hillary clinton canceled trip to california today after being diagnosed with pneumonia. fox25 george with the latest health episode and what donald trump is saying about it this morning >> hillary clinton left 9/11 commemoration early. she is visibly unsteady and falling into the arms of secret service agent before being carried to her car. after a short visit to chelsea's apartment she reemerged saying she was fine. she had been diagnosed with pneumonia on friday and calling for clinton to be more
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on fox news. >> i hope she gets well soon. i don't know what is going on. like you, i just -- i see what i see. the coughing fit was a week ago and assume that was pneumonia and back on the trail and we will be seeing her in the debate. >> trump and running mate mike pence made no comments on this yesterday. there were reports that trump had ordered surrogates no the to comment or face repercussions. live in washington, george callie, fox25 news. >> julie: richard moore accused of stabbing joe anne busher. moore is charged with second-degree murder. prosecutors won't say how the pair knew each other but lived at the same address. moore has long criminal record, including conviction for child
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>> julie: police say suspect who are 15 and 17 stabbed driver in the neck with box cut and her several witnesses were able to give police description of the teens and short lime later. victim, 57-year-old man in stable condition right now. >> daniel: today 100 boston police officers will begin wearing body cameras while on the job. 6-month pilot program city police union tried to stop. they were ordered to wear after no one volunteered and violated agreement it had with the department and on friday the judge rejected that claim. among those wearing the cameras will be the department superintendent in chief and seven other command staff members. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. taking look at drive time on 93 south. 41 minute ride as head from 495 in andover to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: 60s outside the
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finish. sunglasses a must if headed out there. 70 to 76 for that drive home from work. i will time out that warm-up ahead. >> it was all the talk of preseason and giant brady banner was gone. why the krafts decided to take it down from gillette. >> julie: crowded plane with crying baby could be a problem for travelers. still ahead at 9:00 passenger that deci hide. >> elementary students driven around on bus for hours while her family was home worried sick. up next what the little girl's
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>> sara: first day of first grade riding around for hours. >> blood boiling inside me, can't relax ever since this happened and just wanted answers. >> sara: talia brown attend the school in east boston. from there she is supposed to be taken by school bus to after-school program at the east boston ymca on ashley street. when school let out at 1:30 in
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the y. >> my daughter went to the y and she told her her daughter wasn't there. at that moment she had a heart attack and basically almost fell to the floor. >> olga says hours later the boston public schools transportation department called to say they had talia and that she had been on school bus the entire time. >> the driver just continued on to his four other routes. wherever the routes were, i don't know. >> sara: olga doesn't understand why the school bus granddaughter and why ymca didn't call to tell her that talia never showed up. >> i never got any response. only response i gotten from the news station. >> that was sara underwood reporting. little girl's grandmother says last fall the same thing happened when talia was a kindergarten. we reached out to the bps about the accusations and waiting to hear back from them. >> julie: dramatic increase
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and 1990 to 2014. in that time there was a 111% increase in hospital trips. more than 70% of the cases involved children age 12 to 17. since 1990 the number of youth soccer players in u.s. has doubled to more than 3 million. >> daniel: new this morning samsung shares are plunging after worldwide recall of galaxy note seven for the. the company is urging customers to stop using the phones and exchange them for new devices. samsung is concerned it can the fda banned from airplanes and the debacle will continue to affect samsung after apple unveiled the newest iphone. >> daniel: pittsburgh getting ready to welcome south driving cars and driverless vehicles to the city on wednesday. the experiment set to launch despite the fact pennsylvania hasn't passed any laws on the issue. safety exerts are concerned
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crash. researchers say self-driving cars has issues and pittsburgh more issue than any other city in the country. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. things still sluggish on expressway from the braintree split to morrissey boulevard. north of the pike the trouble spots are 128 southbound through lexington. 93 south heading from medford into somerville. so you could see heavy, steady volume lingering on the zakim bridge and leverett connector and here are live drive to the tobin. 39 minutes on 93 south. about an hour on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and tracking those cooler than usual temperatures this morning. >> shiri: so we have jackets and thinking now short sleeves, a little more comfortable and finally warming up. humidity is going to stay nice and low this week and rain chances that we are watching for
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steady rain that's going to provide any kind of long-term relief from the drought conditions that we are facing now. 66 in boston, getting you out the door with sun. that is going to stick with you all day long so we are pumping in the sunshine today. highs in the lower 70s. not just in boston but up and down the coastline. check out norwood and cool thing about norwood is we got all the way into the lower 40s this morning. in fact, 7:00 a.m. so look at the warm-up we have done since then. 64? right now place it is 73 by 1:00 this afternoon. 75 here at 3:00 p.m. so i expect he will peak in the mid-or upper 70s there. it is all about location though because the immediate coast will be cooler. what you will find is the cape is in the lower 70s. we got 71 chatham, 72 in barnstable, south shore and north shore are going to look a lot like this though with rockport at 69, lower 70s in gloucester and marblehead,
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goet -- go to bed without running electron, -- electricity and air conditioning and going to warm up nicely and back into the low and mid-80s and turns pretty warm in the afternoon and short sleeves will be a must and dressing for that transition time of year and long sleeves in the morning and high pressure again tomorrow going to give us a lot of sunshine but we start
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from the southwest and eventually that warmer air will pull in the humidity as well. really don't think it is going to be very noticeable until we hit wednesday. wednesday it turns a little sticky, gets hotter and hotter. here is next cold front. that's going to come through on wednesday night, along with the chance for rain. mostly after 8:00 p.m. so wednesday night we got some showers back behind that we are going to clear out again on thursday and the humidity is going to fall. so lower 70s for highs on thursday. 74 on friday with sun over the weekend. it is upper 70s both days. mostly sunny saturday, another risk for some showers on sunday. timing not quite certain right now but that is obviously something that we will be watching very closely. back to you. >> we have a lot more coming your way this morning. thousands of mbta employees are being called to action. why bus drivers and maintenance workers are expected to protest today. >> julie: plus emerson college
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>> daniel: school abruptly shut down and advises students how to apply to have the federal student loans erased and how to transfer credits to another school and 120 days before it closed are eligible to have their loans forgiven.
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the school had two locations in norwood and wilmington. daniel: nearly a year after closing historic theater emerson reopen the playhouse. last fall the college was criticized planning to turn the colonial theater into a dining hall and looking at proposals to bring broadway shows, music, acts and oprah to the theater. >> random act of getting attention. woman on board flight from minneapolis to atlanta to man comforting a child. the child was traveling with pregnant woman and inconsolable through most of the flight. man offered to walk up and down the plane so mom could get rest. the picture has been shared more than 100,000 times. >> daniel: off-duty canine officer treated to starbucks and video quickly went viral.
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pup chino and couldn't get enough and we all know the dogs like to eat when we eat. >> yes. people food. big fan of people food. i believe you order a pup chino at any starbucks you could get this little treat for your dog. >> mine hasn people food. not that grown up. >> shiri: pollen in medium category and he ragweed still in the lead and cooler temperatures kind of helping us out. i had show you when the rain
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complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> julie: live look at the skyline and beautiful bright new sky and humidity is low, you woke up this morning and said i like what i'm feeling. >> daniel: i like what i'm feeling and type of morning where open up the windows and in car or at home and breeze come in. >> shiri: 70s are favorite,
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cooler right now in boston verses yesterday at this time, 20? cooler in keene, new hampshire, it is just -- doesn't feel like summer. it feels a little more like fall this morning. 58? in leominster, 62 in worcester, 60 in north grafton, still 54? in londonderry, boston 66, one of the hot spots, lynn at 63, so gloucester, hull and milton, 63 now the number in natick, tewksbury at 59? and medway she upper 60s now for the south shore down to sandwich at 64? and harwhich at 63, warm-up underway and by noon time we are going to be rocking lower 70s. sun all throughout the afternoon, warm conditions here for bus stop kids coming home from school at 3:00 with a lot of middle 70s, a little bit cooler at the coastline. coast and cape today top out around 72?, inland towns and cities closer to 77. so i got a little town by town
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minutes. julie grauert live drive time traffic. >> julie: heavy, stomach through the lexington area and approach route 2 in waltham. 93 south sluggish through medford near route 16 and 60. south of the pike expressway, that's the slow spot and things still slightly backed up to the leverett connector on 93 south. here are live drive times, 32 minutes on pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. 29 minutes on the expressway, 40 minutes on 93 south from 495 to 1349 so-called exerts might -- f the so-called exerts might have thought pats were in trouble but result was familiar. a big win. pats kicked off season in road in arizona last night. it was a good start. garoppolo hits chris hogan on touchdown for first drive of the game. that's the way to start things off. in the fourth quarter the cardinals would take the lead. larry fitzgerald diving catch in the end-zone.
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back. 13 play drive ends with steven gostkowski with 32-yard field goal. no good. pats survived 23-21. after the game jimmy g. was all smiles. >> confidence in teammates and confidence in them it is easiest day poised out there, and looking at >> julie: pats host dolphins sunday at gillette. >> daniel: demonstration part of larger movement for racial inequality. michael henrich outside gillette with reaction from both of those players. good morning, michael. >> michael: good morning. two players took part in protests that really were spread throughout the nfl during and
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speak right afterward, right after the game about the demonstration they took part in. show you the video once again. fifth in the air raised gloved as well, and they did so after the actual star spangled banner was over. that's an important distinction for the patriots players. mccourty said in particular why he wanted to take a stand against social injustice, he his father and brother in the military and grew up outside new york city and wanted to wait until after the national anthem ended before taking part in protest. >> talked to players throughout the league and just trying to help make change. you know, in our communities one-by-one using our platform, not just doing it on sunday and game day but just talk about different things going to try to do and help the country and community out.
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it speaks for itself. >> all eyes do what they do next. >> one thing missing in gillette stadium this morning, patriots remove a large banner of tom brady which had been hanging from the lighthouse at the stadium. this morning camera spotted crews removing the number 12s which had been on top of the lighthouse. team said the franchise wanted to honor brady but now the season started the focus needs to return to what's happening on the field. after last night game tom brady took to facebook to congratulate the teammates on the win. check out angry birds themed picture that tom brady posted. it is a fake newspaper article with headline pats anger birds and score of the game. >> julie: new this morning police looking at two
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through window of local mosque. stephanie, window was smashed where people were inside for a service. >> stephanie: as you could imagine a lot of people shaken up the last 30 minutes and you could see they have removed the shattered window that we have been showing you all morning long but right underneath that damage still visible. you could see these shards of glass right here. the president of the mosque invited us inside earlier this morning and showed us one of the rocks that was this window and from this video you could see what it looks like before they removed that window. mohammed akbar told us again that people were inside for a prayer service when all this happened. in fact, several people were standing near the window, someone almost had their head hit by one of those rocks and he says because this did happen on september 11th, he believes the mosque was targeted. again, police now investigating and also asked the fib if they
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meantime, i spoke with one man that was inside when all of this happened and told me as soon as he heard the glass shattering he ran outside. >> running over there and really happened. >> stephanie: this comes as today as holiest day for islam. akbar told me there's a message for whoever did hopes they learn about islam instead of resorting to something like this ever again. in nashua, new hampshire, stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. >> daniel: police are investigating arson at mosque that was attended at orlando gunman. firefighters responded to the islamic center fort pierce shortly after midnight. shortly after 7:00 this morning official confirmed they are investigating the fire as arson. they have not commented on whether the anniversary of 9/11
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killed 49 people inside the pulse nightclub in orlando. >> happening this morning theune that represents more than 4,000 mbta employees is holding rally in boston. privatization of the mbta. the "t"'s control board say it was considering outsourcing some of the agency's core functions, including bus driver and maintenance worker jobs. mbta officials plan to take the next six to nine months to formalize the today's protest happen at 10:00 a.m. outside massdot headquarters. >> julie: arrested this man for removing a flag. it was in place as memorial and police say unsure what the man's motive was for removing them. >> daniel: d.a.'s office says
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thrown from the boat on watson's pond saturday. taunton fire official say greens boat spun out at 65 miles per hour causing the second boat to crash into it and third to collide into the pile-up. all three drivers were ejected. the boats were competing in memorial regatta when the tragedyun folded before hundreds of spectators. >> they were really smoking into the turn and i thought man, better watch this. this might be kind of hooked, second boat hooked and third boat just ran right into the front too. >> as for the other two boaters, police tell us one has critical injuries. other has been released from the hospital. mass state police, environmental police and prosecutors investigating the cause of the crash. >> daniel: driver will be in court for deadly car crash in boxford.
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oui vehicle homicide. police say he hit and killed 45-year-old man that was parked in breakdown lane over the weekend. armstrong was not hurt. he is expected to be arraigned in haverhill today. a borne woman walked away from a fiery car crash thanks to two people passing by. yesterday morning the woman crashed her subaru into a pole on sandwich road. police say two drivers stopped and pulled the woman out of the car before crews got there. the woman got minor injuries. alcohol and speed were factors and not saying in her lane. >> julie: this morning concord public works investigating an incident. department says there was unauthorized incident at water storage tanks friday morning. they aren't saying exactly what happened but assuring people that the storage tank has been removed from the water distribution system. a similar incident was reported back on august 1st. charred ruins all that remain of covered bridge in vermont.
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connecting cornwall and salisbury saturday. that's in the middle of the state on the western side. officials say the bridge was already completely engulfed when they arrived on the scene. the fire is under investigation and police say it is considered suspicious. >> daniel: for months now someone has been sitting on quite a jackpot and today we are expecting to find out who they are. the sole winning ticket of the 487 million-dollar power ball back in june was sold at raymond new hampshire grocery store finally cashing in and woman forward today and announce the charity plans for the money. right now it is still not clear if the lucky ticket holder plans to make an appearance. the lump sum payout option is worth $330 million. this morning registration opens for the 2017 boston marathon. this year process is the same as previous years. the fastest qualifying runners in each gender group registered first. the process gets underway at 10:00 this morning and open
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april 17th julie we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. heading 495 down to the zakim bridge you're looking at 37 minute ride, average speed 35 miles per hour. >> shiri: game at fenway later on tonight and temperatures that are going to be so comfortable, going to be about 68? at 7:00 this evening, cool, comfortable weather ruling for the next couple days, show you when the humidity starts to rise again. >> daniel: more trouble for tv network known for tv reality show.
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>> julie: massive trees keep falling down the city says it will take six months for people to do it. people say it is a miracle no one has been hurt. jess? >> jessica: julie, one of the massive trees fell yesterday morning when storm came through here and see this is all that is left of that tree. inspectional services out here earlier and did put tape up but if you look across the street here, the tree was so large actually clipped the front porch you see across the street and people that live here, they are
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saw it and i said it was unbelievable. unbelievable. >> jessica: for the second time in two months a massive tree fell on to the property. not only hit her brother's car. >> really important because my brother needs that to make a living. >> also damaged handicapped accessible van to get to and from physical therapy. second time her brother's car has been hit. back in splintered on top of it and causing damage. two weeks before that another tree fell on to neighbor's house. >> we called the city and said you need to come look at this. >> jessica: called city over and over again about this. and replied with the e-mail to take six months to schedule inspection and additional 12 months on top of that to complete tree maintenance. >> seem to be really busy and that's almost no excuse because
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people lives on the line. >> jessica: looking down the street here on tower street, see that is one of the trees that splintered and fell earlier this summer and reached out to the mayor's office and have not gotten any information from them. >> julie: look at footage, car hovering nine stories off the ground a inside. gosh, i can't even handle how i would deal with that. two men passing by, heard the man screaming for help and ran to the rescue. >> it was me reaching through the wires with one arm and reaching into the driver's seat and got him out of the window and just kind of pulled him out and sat him on the ledge there. >> 24-year-old driver wasn't hurt. he told fire officials he was trying to park but his car wouldn't stop.
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the alley below. >> connecticut college investigating massive deck collapse. yesterday students at trinity college in hartford held a prayer vigil for everyone hurt. 31 people hurt after a home campus party. >> we were supposed to live here, thinking about it, and could have been us. the fact deck came out it is crazy. >> the home is owned by trinity potted group. >> this week we are expected to find out what was killing birds in dorchester. last week about 40 birds were found dead on sidewalks. they were sent for testing. two cats were sick and one had to be put down. they are looking to see if intentionally harmed the birds or had some sort of virus. >> happy update out of holbrook, missing therapy dog after spending night missing. told but brady on friday.
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for 14-year-old with special needs. as you could see in the picture here he is back in his owner's loving arms. >> julie: they look like quite the pair. roads right now, see a little bit of volume still lingering on the expressway from the braintree split up to morrissey boulevard. 128 southbound real stubborn this morning through lexington where volume still heavy and steady. live look at the zakim bridge where things have actually opened up on zakim bridge and leverett c so kind of moderate right now, 18 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 38 minutes on 93 south, 38 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. at least on my traffic camera seeing bright blue sky and crisp look out there today. >> i mean stunning skies, julie. going to be sunshine and blue skies all day long from start to finish. dry humidity though, dew points are in the 40s.
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in on wednesday but it is not going to be hazy, hot and humid. it is not going to be unbearable. going to be sticky here middle of the week and high pressure today and tomorrow is just going to give us a ton of sun today, cooler side of the high pressure so what you will find is that by 10:00 a.m. we will see temperatures go at couple more degrees and lower 70s by noon time and then for the afternoon see arrows, wind coming in off the water, keeping the beaches a little bit cooler because of inland towns and cities few degrees warmer. that means lower 70s along the coast at 4:00 p.m., inland towns and cities it is going to be mid and upper 70s, so like i said, not too big of difference, 70s for everybody, but see boston at 72?, 78 in lowell, 77 today in framingham, worcester today 73? and about 77 in mildford, new hampshire. we got temperatures reaching upper 70s in brockton and bridgewater, about 75 in
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tonight going to be more 40s and 50s. these really similar temperatures to what you woke up to this morning. so if you made it a jacket morning here for monday, you will have to make it jacket morning here for tuesday. tuesday's highs make it into the lower 80s, so at least going up a couple degrees in the afternoon. these are above average temperatures. today normal, southwest wind pivoting and continue to pump in the heat and higher humidity as i mentioned on wednesday. cold front. right now cold front slated to move across the area during the evening or the overnight hour so that's when we will have the risk of showers probably after 8:00 p.m. on wednesday. so 7-day forecast with the weekend always in view, 75 and sun today, 82 and sun tomorrow, 85? on wednesday with increasing clouds and humidity we will deal with scattered overnight showers, perhaps even thunderstorm but thursday clear out again and back behind the
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crisp air, that means lower 70s for the end of the week on thursday friday, but friday going to start off chilly just like it did this morning. over the weekend my pick will be saturday, 78?, partly sunny on sunday tracking that risk for some showers again. some scattered rain expected. back to you guys. >> touching award for local hero. coming up next how 9/11 memorial ceremony helped honor ?? dogs - sure can be messy.
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named after flight attendant madeline amy seen whoa called from the first flight with critical information about the hijackers. sweeney's daughter was at the statehouse yesterday to give the award to rosemary heath. >> i wish my husband was standing next to me. i want everybody to think abo >> stabbed and killed a woman and seriously hurt daughter in home and then tried to attack a pregnant waitress before she was shot and killed by police. >> julie: another big scandal for television network tlc. charge of willis family facing charges accused of child rape. toby willis accused of having a sexual encounter with underage girl a decade ago.
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extradition. he stars in show about the family's band. >> daniel: new miss america has been crowned. >> new miss america is miss arkansas. >> daniel: she will return university of arkansas. missouri is first openly gay contestant. >> julie: still laughing after unusual injury while tripping through park. hit in face by catfish that fell from the sky. 5-pound fish was dropped by bird over a park near the philadelphia museum of hart -- art last week and woman hit could not believe what she was seeing.
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lightning than hit by fish falling from the sky. >> julie: woman needs a tetanus shot and can laugh about the whole thing. >> officially catfished. >> julie: didn't have to go on dates. >> so weather today is great. don't have any catfish falling from the sky, nothing by sunshine today, highs in the 70s, tomorrow a little bit warmer at 82?. remember, it is layer for the next couple days because we have the chilly mornings. this morning and feels like fall, easy to breathe. >> great when it is outside but when inside it is the problem. >> we are always cold here. >> a little truth right there. gets kind of chilly the end of the week and watching hopefully fingers crossed for wednesday and sunday rain because you guys know we need it and have been watching drought situation pretty closely. >> daniel: thanks so much for joining us. we appreciate your company. >> fox25 news at 4:00 p.m. this
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