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>> frigid temperatures keeping mbta worker up all night trying to make sure the morning commute is smooth ride. worker demanding more why they say deserve a higher paycheck and why some of them are in trouble with the law. some high profile hollywood hot shot crying foul and saying that will not be at the academy awards this year. good tuesday morning everybody. thanks for joining us. i'm sarah french. i'm krigs cyst. such a frigid day you might even decide to crop the coffee. i know that happened here. we are making sacrifices here because of the weather? >> i got six dozen boxes of cake
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cold windy day. 18 in boston. it's a stinging win. minus five the wind chilled worcester. 1 in boston. winds gusting over 40 miles per hour at times with the current gust right out in at 38 in boston. 39 in worcester. the winds frequently gusting 40 to 50 miles per hour during the day. because of that there's a wind advisory in place for those strong wind gust until 7:00 this evening. still windy tonight. just not as powerful and overall it's a cold day with gusty wind throughout the afternoon as temperatures slowly struggling to warm up into the mid 20s. what are we expecting over the weekend if we do get a major storm. i expect it to be saturday into sat day night. with the snow and wind potential there. in terms of the storm forming it's a blockbuster down through the mid atlantic. the question is how far north does it track. more northern track would bring some significant snow and wind in here to southern new england.
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stays more to south. that would minimize impact. something to consider as we head guys? >> time now for fast track traffic. >> good morning, everyone. happy tuesday to you. here's the pike. still slow this morning. let's go to map. a lot of red. if you are getting ready to head tout door give yourself some extra time this morning. slow drive all the way into boston. we have a abled vehicle on the pike eastbound right at newton corner. north of town on 93 you are stop and go from 495 to 128 then 128 on boston 93 southbound really a slow drive. some delays on route one as well. south of town from the braintree split into worst. that drive over half an hour. part of the reason for this the hov lane is still closed this morning. route 3 some slowing as you approach the braintree split. 24 you're slowing down as you approach 128 as well. let's take a look at the drive times if you are getting ready
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25 to 26 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split. over half an hour still on 93 southbound from 128 to zakim bridge and then on the t we have minor delays on tread, blue and green lines. back to you guys. a bitter blast hitting home and that's worry for mbta who face a lot of problems last winter. >> nothing like a slowdown that we saw today. but this time they were really ahead of the cold. they were prepping the tracks long before the sun even came up. let's check in with jennifer eagan in dorchester. jen? >> good morning. there's been some disabled trains this morning on the red and green line. mbta right now are saying that those problems are under investigation. they are not necessarily blaming them on the cold. the bitter cold has caused some problems in the past even the recent past including the rest line. to try to get ahead of any possible problems the ts running trains overnight on the red,
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we saw the train with no passengers onboard running on the red line overnight. crews also kept track which is working all night to prevent them from freezing up. that's on january 5th. if you remember we had a very cold morning. temperatures dipping down into the single digits. caused big problems first in andover around 4:00 in the morning a train slipped off of the tracks. that's blamed on warping. no passengers onboard at that hour. it effected service for much of the day in the same day the red line train broke and that case also attributed to the cold. again, overnight to try and prevent any problems the t was running trains on some of the tracks to try and get ahead of potential track problems because of the bitter cold. we're live in dorchester this 7news "today in new england." 7news now airport employees demanding change at logan. they protested outside the airport and several were arrested. victoria warren live at the east
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set to face a judge. >> those men and women are scheduled to go before a judge today. they were part of a larger nationwide protest at several different airports. at logan when they entered the terminal state police allowed them to state for a little while then informed them they were trespassing most of the group left but those that didn't were arrested. arrest alternate local airport at peaceful protest on martin luther king junior day. six members for union representing airport employee facing charge after refusing to lee terminal e. >> i command you in the name of the common law of massachusetts to immediately and peacefully disburse. >> the large group of more than 100 to march outside the terminal and even enter the terminal for a short time. they are asking for higher wages
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security officers and others a minimum of 15 dollars an hour. the protest was part of a nationwide event. >> they are the eyes and ears and partners and security. >> it's embarrassing that an industry that generates over 8 billion in profit would not even have the decency to treat our worker with respect and give them fair wages. at $11 per hour massport minimum wage is $1 per hour above the state's minimum wage, the highest minimum wage in the state. but these workers say they are still struggling. even though workers work hard every day and full-time they still have to rely on public assistance to make you know to get by. the sick men and women were arrested from police custody and told to report to courthouse in east boston today where they will go before a judge. live in east boston.
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happening today convicted killer aaron hernandez is due in court this afternoon. to set a date for his boston double murder trial. the former pat's tight end accused of killing two when in the south end in 2012. prosecutors say hernandez killed fritatta and daniel abary after a run-in at the nightclub. the play-offs push continues for the patriots today they are headed out to denver hoping they can maybe knock the broncos o out of their saddles. but all eyes are on the quarterback. let's go live to gillette with more on what both sides are saying. here's nicole oliverio. nicole? >> if it really is payton manning last season what better than to see him go head to head with brady. this is there 17th match-up and the fight to get to the super bowl. tom brady set to face payton
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a match-up both player and fans want to see. >> no better way thanable way to go to super go through there. these two guys going against each other. it's like an epic battle, you know where you get to see who -- whose general wins the war. i think it's an emotional game to be honest. payton manning and brady. everyone compares the two. but i think the patriots are really good at handling play-offs. payton manning looking good. he's arrested. looks like hit be a hard one. brady is embracing may match-up. >> while manning stealing a stage from the head coach. >> bell bilchick will be on the new england and i will be talking about them all winter >> as for the coaching match-up. belichick at 4-and-2 career. he prepared for first afc title
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a patriot's game who is playing in this game for the fifth straight year. >> they are always there. they are always in position. got a lot of respect for them. >> brady said never in his wildest dreams did he think 15 sevens in nfl he would be headed to afc championship game for ten of those. nicole oliverio. 7news "today in new england." don't forget you can stay right here for 7news for continuing coverage of the pats and the play off. joe amorosino and tray will be live and that begins thursday at 7:00. >> marty walsh making final preparations before his annual state of the city address. his first chance to look back and check the progress made on key issues. public education will be a big focus on the speech including his plan to expand full-day pre-kindergarten and fix up many of the city's older school building. those plan still face a $50 million budget gap. mayor walsh will begin remarks
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you can watch speech live right here on 7 nbc. he will tackle economic development and the international focus on boston. >> the race for the white house definitely heating up. very busy day on the campaign trail for republican candidate ted cruz. he will pack six meet and greets in his schedule today. as for donald trump he's headed to iowa where he's promising to secure major endorsement. let's go to chris anderson with that and also more on this new poll that's out today. >> it's all about the numbers at this point. the latest numbers show republicans more so than democrats are taking a hit from all of the negative campaigning. donald trump and three other candidates will be at the same event in iowa today. ted cruz is packing in six meet and greets in new hampshire. trump increasing attack on cruz. not mentioning him by name at rally. >> heard someone say we will
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nobody ever said that before. >> cruz said issues are fair came. he won't launch personal attack. >> if he already wants to engage in battle of insults he's welcome to do so. i don't intend to respond in kind. our latest "wall street journal" reports released just last night show the battle for republican nomination has given four and ten voteder more negative view of the party. it's not having as much among republicans >> you can support someone that has can experience in results. bernie sander greets voter in iowa today. >> they want real change in the way we do business. the poll finds more than half of the democrats are unphased by the tone of their party's campaign. >> now according to that new nbc newsweekly tracking poll that is out this morning. donald trump and hillary clinton remain in the lead in their respective parties.
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kris anderson, 7news "today in new england." still ahead on "today in new england" boycotting the big show. who won't be attending the oscars and will cris rock step down as host? >> tom brady calling out julian edelman how the teammates are having fun online. >> plenty of cold. plenty of wind over the next couple of days. and oh, yeah the potential of that storm over the weekend. 7-day, ahead. cordes: most nurses are tough. they're problem-solvers. they like making things better. people don't have access to healthcare because they just can't afford it. bernie sanders understands how pharmaceutical companies and major medical companies are ripping us off. bernie tells the truth, and he's been consistent. he understands that the system is rigged, and he's the only one who can bring real change. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. wow. the internet is crazy fast here.
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welcome back. 9:14. bitterly cold. some kids may not have recess today. i don't know what will happen in our school. we send them and they are prepared. they got all the stuff they need. lay yerd up. you need that. hats gloves and kids keep the glos on. don't take them off to run around. 18 in boston. 14 in worcester. typically you know cold day in january not too hard to take when you have light winds.
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steady at 20 to 25 miles per hour and occasionally gusting 40 to 50 it adds insult to injury. windchill factory one. five below in worcester. the numbers slowly warming up throughout the day. the winds are sustained 20 to 25 miles per hour. 40 province town. 39 worcester. we will continue to see the strong wind gust throughout the day and into the early evening. occasionally 40 the 50 miles per hour because of that wind advisory in place. the wind coming from the west-northwest. you look at the west-northwest of us and there's no a lot of change temperature wise so i do expect an overall cold week to prevail. something that we haven't seen a lot of, though. so far this winter. so if you are one of the folks that for the kiddos get that backyard skating rink going. it looks rock solid not only this afternoon but through the rest of the week. the temperatures remaining at or below freezing. some cloud drifting in the north. some batches of clouds after
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maybe later this afternoon more sunshine back into the picture. but the theme here is i don't expect any significant precipitation over at the next few days. right through friday. remaining dry. windchill factor. five to ten degrees this afternoon. so it will remain cold. it will remain windy. with air temperatures running into the lower-to-middle 20s. and occasionally we see the strong gust close to 50 and for more on that over to danielle. earlier this reported a gust over 50 miles we're hour at 55. and worcester gusts around 46 miles per hour. here in boston. 41 miles per hour. new bedford. plymouth. 38 miles per hour. the winds are not over yet. they will continue as we head into this afternoon. 4:00 this evening still those gusty westerly wind around 40 miles per hour from the drive from work. as we h head into the overnight wind at 50. this wind starts to die down. tomorrow morning look breezy out there.
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the winds finally starting to wind down still breezy all day, though. what does that mean for your windchill temperatures still going to feel like single dilths. ornight tonight we start to rebound a little bit. single digits tomorrow. then finally tomorrow around launch time we're back into the teens. as far as the next two days, for today 24 high temperature with gusty wind not as windy. temperature starting to rebound. and tell us more about the weekend. tomorrow the temperature into the lower 30s staying at or below freezing for the rest of the week. we have a storm working into the west coast. that is not the potential for this weekend. we have to go out into the pacific south of alaska. this energy as it crashes into the west coast will traverse the country into the gulf coast pick up plenty of moisture and the set up to provide plenty of cold air bank to the north. this does look like it will be a nor'easter. certainly for the mid atlantic. confident the mid atlantic will
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what the question is where does the track after hammering the mid atlantic off to the east and sliding south or does it move to the east northeast and give us a significant snow and wind event. that track one we bring in significant snow wind and coastal flood threat. track two further south would escape to the south of us with minimal impact. that's something to watch. do favor right now bringing in snow and wind on saturday. the height of the storm would be saturday into saturday night ending early sunday. still ahead this morning. already onboard with possible changes for the mbta. when you can make your voice heard about a proposed fair hike and late night service. why a woman who said she's
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nomination are set oscar just a few weeks away not all the big stars will be showing up for the big night. some hollywood stars calling for change and planning on boycotting the awards show after they say there's a lack of minority nominated. 7 kris anderson is in the kris? >> a lot of people talking about this story. there's once again some frustration over the lack of diversity in this year's oscar nomination. so much so that some of the
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threatening to not attend. >> with all grace and low and let's do it differently. >> in video posted facebook actress said she is boycotting the academy award and won't watch from home either. she made the announcement in the wake of the growing controversy. >> begging for acknowledgement orren asking diminishes dignity and diminishes power. and we are a dignified people. >> her husband will smith is one of the actors of color who did not get nominated this year. despite critical acclaim for performance in concussion. pinkette smith not alone in her frustration. director spike lee said he won't be attending either and blames hollywood studio saying the real battle in the executive offices quote, where the gatekeeper decide what gets made and what
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gets yetsoned. a statement saying frustrated and heartbroken. issac sid the racial make up of voter who decide the awards need to change. as for the host cris rock tweeted over the weekend calling the oscars the white bet awards. and despite report saying there's pressure on him to boycott as well. pinkette smith said he's the right man to host. >> hey, chris i won't be at the academy awards and i won't be watching. but i can't think of better friend to do the job. good luck. >> this is second year in the row the oscars parked back lash for nominating all white group of actor but this is first year that some prominent names in hollywood are taking action. live in the control room, kris anderson, 7news "today in new england." this morning we remembering
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the band the eagles. he wrote dozen of major hit with band member don henley. the band said that try died of complications from pneumonia and other health trouble. he also said it feels like he lost a brother. glen try was just 67 years old. still ahead on "today in new england" a new report out this morning suggests the streets of massachusetts are getting a bit safer. how many guns were seized just last we're. >> also ahead a passionate plea posted on face book. the gloucester police chief taking to immediate after string of overdoses in the city.
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there's a lot of focus on getting ready for this big game. tom brady actually took some course. he posted a photo of himself trying to get into end zooen against the chiefs. you can see him raising arm celebrate something how about a little bit less flexing and a time? ruled down on the one yard line he scored on the next play. as you might expect edelman responded wrote my bad tom brady it's just usually when i dive for the pile on it counts as a touchdown. love you, bud. >> it looks like he's hovering and flying. now is your chance to win on the fair hikes. when the mbta's first meeting
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freezing cold weather is back in the mbta is taking action to make sure they don't face the same problems as last winter. >> are you concerned that the now is your opportunity to voice you're opinion about it >> drivers in one baystate town are outraged after they say their cars were towed without a warning. welcome back, everybody. it's 9:30. i'm sarah french. i'm christa delcamp. we don't -- you don't need us to tell you that it's absolutely freezing out there. because you've been running the thermometer. i think 11 degrees or something in boston. >> it feels like one right now.
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wind coming in out of the west at 23 miles per hour. the air temperature at 18 in the city of boston. it's been colder off to the west. 14 in worcester. 18 in plymouth right now. and that wind constant for all of us. in fact, the windchill factor across the area still running close to zero for many towns if not below zero at minus five house in worcester. you keep that through the day. windchill factor warming up by about five degrees. that's it. look at the wind gust 349 in worcester. 38 in boston. winds will occasionally gust 40 to 50 miles per hour. through this evening wind advisory in effect until 7:00 this evening. occasionally gusting 40 to twist miles an hour. keep the gusty wind all day long. temperature going from the upper teens now into the middle 20s this afternoon. there's not a lot of room to the afternoon. temperature wise. saturday the best potential for
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this storm it would be saturday into saturday night. more on the weekend forecast ahead. if you have gone outside already this morning. you felt the bitter blast. temperature dropping like i said the wind is making things worse >> the freezing temps were enough to worry the mbta. they were fast at work overnight trying to get ahead of any potential problems especially after last year. let's go to jennifer eagan in dorchester. jen? >> good morning. there were some disabled trains this morning on the red, green and blue line. the t right now said those disabled trains are under investigation. they are not necessarily blaming them on the cold. the bitter cold has caused major issuesen recently on the red line also on the commuter rail too. so to try to get ahead of possible problems the t has been running trains overnight on the red, orange, green and blue line. we saw a train with no passengers onboard running on the red line overnight. crew also kept track which is working all night to prevent them from freezing up.
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we have a very cold morning. temperatures done in the single digits caused big problems. first in and over around 4:00 in the morning train flipped off of the track. that was blamed on the bitter cold. no passengers onboard at that hour. that same day the part of the red line track broke by a stop that attributed to the cold too. the t tried to get ahead of problem by constantly running trains on some of the track. live in dorchester. 7news "today in new england." happening today convicted killer aaron hernandez is expected in court this afternoon. to set a date for his boston double murder trial. the former patriots tight-end accused of killing two men in 2012. prosecutors say hernandez killed the two after a run-in at a nightclub. hernandez already serving the life sentence for the murder of oden lloyd. new details ability a man from hingham detained in iran.
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returned home this weekend. his mother telling "new york times" while he was studying in iran he really had checked in every day. when they didn't hear from him one day they knew something was wrong. that's when he was detained. managementy by the way has not publicly spoken just yet. >> chelsea police say the woman who reported she's beaten and slashed over the weekend made up the story. she claims three men attacked her while she was walking home from work saturday night. the 25-year-olds actually injured inside of a home trying to break up a fight between several men. she's charged with misleading a police officer. happening today airport employees arrested for protesting at logan set to face a judge. the six worker all part of more than 100 airport employees who demonstrated on martin luther king junior day. they were taken into custody after refusing to leave. >> if you ride the t now is your chance to weigh in on the proposed fare hikes and late
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one plan calls for a systemwide rate increase of nearly 10%. this comes as the mbta faces $242 million budget gap. two hearings will be held at the state transportation building in boston today. the first is this morning from 10:00 to noon and the second is this evening from 5:00 to 7:00. lawmakers here in boston hearing a proposal for an extra tax on wealthy. calls for an additional #% tax or more. this extra money from the tax would go toward public education and transportation improvements they say. however those who oppose say there's no guarantee that's where the funds would actually go. >> happening today boston mayor walsh making final preparation before state of the city address. his first chance to look back and check the progress made on key issue. his plan to expand full-day pre-kindergarten and fix up many of the city's older school
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but those plans still face a $50 million budget gap. mayor walsh will begin his remarks at 7:30 p.m. you can watch his speech live right here on 7 nbc. the mayor will also tackle economic development and the international focus on boston. new this morning a report said police move nearly 1,000 guns off the street of cities here in massachusetts last year. according to the herald, officers and troopers seized 927 guns last year and at least 162 of those weapons were illegal. they collected the information as part of a requirement for gun legislation that was approved back in 2014. gloucester police chief making a passionate please to people struggling with heroin addiction. four people overdoses this weekend. all four brought back with narkan. don't be ashamed of your illness. we're not ashamed of you. it's time.
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>> i think the post was reitation that we need to do better to reduce the shame. reduce the stigma and to get more people to come forward and get help for this. last spring the chief launched gloucesters angel program. more than 375 have entered treatment programs since that time. ticket trouble in worcester. drivers upset after parking band problem. they woke up yesterday to find their cars towed away by the city. not even knowing there was a parking ban in place. david is used to getting curveball thrown at him. but nothing like this. >> so i wake up this morning. our other roommate knocked on the door and said your car is not here. their cars were towed. all three baseball player out of 132 towing fee each. plus a $50 ticket from the city. and parliament of the problem
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city didn't tell them a parking ban was in place. when he told me our cars were towed. bad. >> these weren't the only one across town at assumption college these grad student moved their car in the nick of time. they were notified but well after the parking ban. >> in the statement from the city manager office city leader admit they made a mgs stake saying quote on occasion the timing of the declaration does not allow residents ample time to move their vehicles. therefore general forgiveness is being granted for all tickets issue in relation to parking band between january 17th and 18th.
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money but the principle. we're following more news today. a woman who ex boyfriend allegedly shot and killed an ohio police officer sunday night had warned authorities they might be in danger. the woman apparently called 911 and said her ex boyfriend had just beaten her and was quote looking to kill a cop less than a half hour later. police say they found the officer's body in the empty parking lot and the suspects later taken into custody. a world famous hotel in paris goes into flame. floors poured from the hotel this morning. firefighter got the fire under control. the building was under renovation so there were no guests inside. but 150 worker were evacuated. no one was hurt. the hotel is where princess diana spent her last evening. the mexican jailing helding el choppo are stepping up security. officials have also reinforced
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randomly move him without warning. guzmans recently recaptured after he escaped through a donette. trader joe recall cashews. the chain issue recall for store brand raw cashew pieces. may be a possibility of contamination. so far no one has reported getting sick. the company is warning not to ease the cashews before before date of july 17th of the year. effects 30 state including all of necessarily know. police chase in los angeles ending with officer scrambling to catch dogs running across the freeway. the dogs were in the back seat of the suspect's car and then they ran after the woman as soon as she came out and surrendered to police. the dogs were are now cared for i should should say by animal service. >> coming up tangled and in trouble. pelican gets hooked.
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clock to get that bird back in the air. >> cold air lots of wind. wind advisory through the day dry the there are two democratic visions one says it's okay to take millions from big banks
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xl gloves that would fit him. >> you know, very nice of him to come back out again hopefully we won't need him that much this year. >> that would be nice. but he did look he had his work cut out for him in the picture of the shovel over shoulder there. i think he circled saturday and is it day night as perhaps making another appearance across southern new england. not over the next two days here. but we looking into the weekend and the potential for a snowstorm on saturday. 16 the low temperature in boston this morning. 11 degrees in worcester. we haven't had snow. the 3 inch we got yesterday in boston the bulk of the snow we've had so far this winter. few inch through wor crester as well. well below seasonal levels for this time of yearment. typically on average we seen about 20 inch of snow in the city. 20 norwood. 14 in worcester. 17 in bedford. it's cold and it's windy outside. that wind gusting to 40 miles per hour.
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in worcester. bedford feeling like one degree. look at the wind speeds. this is sustained winds giving windchill factor down into the single digits. wind between 20 to 25 miles per hour. and occasionally you get another burst of whipped on top of that. those are the wind gust close to 40 in boston. close to 40 in worcester and close to 44 in nantucket. the strong wind with us now is with us all day long. gust 40 to 50 mile-per-hour. you look to west of us. plenty of cold air down wind of great lakes off to southwest of the air mass very slow to moderate. i expect a lot of cold air to linger here over the next several days. we will get batches of cloud to work to mix with sunshine at time. overall 19 to 26. for the high temperature this afternoon. 19 in worcester. mid 20s in the city of boston. upper 20s south of the city. the wind is the story. some peek wind gust over to danielle. that's right. kris.
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in welsey gust reported at 55 miles per hour. worcester 46 miles pearl hour. boston 31. very strong winds. they will continue as we head into this afternoon they are still gusting between 30 and 40 miles per hour. they are really not dying down until we head into the overnight hours. you can see still quite breezy out there. throughout the day tomorrow. we slowly get to say began good-bye to wind. still definitely breezy out there. what does that do to your windchill temperature. as we head into the afternoon we stay in the single digits. this is what you can dress for. tomorrow morning still down right cold but not as bad as it was this morning then throughout the day tomorrow wind start to settle down our temperature will start to rebound. so it will feel like the teen a step up from today. the next two days we're still talking about the gusty winds
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windy. but this weekend a big storm. for more on that, kris back to you. >> we'll have no lack of cold air in place. no big storms near us now. en across the west coast. that's not the storm we're tracking. the energy we're tracking out in the pacific. this is a long way to go to talk about 4,000 miles to form into this storm across the east coast. the timing of it would be saturday into saturday night with snow and wind potential. track is critical. there's little doubt there's going to be storm that forms the question mark is the exact track of it coming off the mid atlantic coastline. that will determine how much snow and wind we get here across southern new england. i will have to keep an eye on the exact position of the low. i'm confident there's a major storm through the mid atlantic. the question does it wobble off to northeast just south and east of nantucket and bring in significant snow and wind into southern new england or if it
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and to the east they could slide impact. something tugging toward the fact we're get snow or wind in here on saturday. saturday night. how much snow and wind to be determined still about five days away, plenty of time to watch it but certainly on the look. a pelican flying into trouble in south florida a fishing hook getting the bird all tangled up. and the police officer noticed the pelican in distress he rushed in for this wild rescue. now investigates hope to get the bird back on the wing. >> reporter: it wasn't your typical monday morning beach rescue. he was patrolling a south point park when he spotted a pelican shaking. >> when i approached the animal i can see that he had embedded a hook on the wing and wasn't able to fly. i could also see he had a fishing line wrapped around the wing.
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sea bird station and they came to help save the bird in distress. it's really helpful and cool especially that they can call us and luckily we had enough staff members to go out and rescue these animals. they came scooped up the little guy in a net and brought him to their station. >> right around the elbow area. pretty good tissue wound. we have to definitely try to close the wound with bone exposure. >> vet forced to wait to treat the bird because of the cold weather conditions. creating other problems they have to now deal with. >> unfortunately once the birds are in the water and injured and can't really get up it's bringing down their body temperature. and that makes it harder to treat right away. we have to wait for them to warm up because we can give fluid or any sort of treatment. he seems to be doing well. he seems to be active. bright, alert and responsesy. just like we like them. >> 7news. coming up, new england ready
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equal doom for the patriot's and play off maybe the altitude or maybe just in their heads that they can't win there. brady is 0-for 2 in the mile-city and 2-and-6 overall. as for the quarterback's match-up between brady and payton manning in the postseason. brady has the edge in every category.
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nfl history and starts, wins passing touch downs and passing yards. manning with 25 career start. just 12 wins. celtics in dallas picking up in fourth quarter mavs up by one. under a minute and a half to go. durk hits the three. gets fouled. four-point play putting dallas up by five. celtics down by one. jarod sullinger the bill block. he gets it and finishing. celtics up by one. then they find themselves down by 3 with under ten seconds to go. crowder gets the three off and gets foul. he makes all three free throws. this same guy with game winner on sunday night. he cannot believe it. in the overtime the dagger from the corner here. the mavs go up by 7 and that was it as the celtics go down fighting 118-113 the final. the bruins return to practice yesterday.
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straight game with upper body injury. that's sports. i'm joe amorosino, have a great day. go to 7news for continuing coverage for the pats and play-offs. we will be live in denver this weekend for the big game. >> live report start thursday right here on 7 nbc. up next in "the buzz." we are putting royal rumors to rest getting to the heart of the latest romantic relationship. day.
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wow. the internet is crazy fast here. it's so nice to have everyone over. hi mmm. i just laid an egg. does anybody want it? joey, you want some gasoline? yes, please. mom, guess what? i married a clown and we're having tiny little clown babies. mhm. i just bought a hammer. with internet fast enough for everyone, your guests might get a bit carried away.
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ben affleck has the new inspiration and it may lead to new movie. he plays the d.c. super hero in upcoming batman verses superman film. the cambridge native said his director inspired him by showing him what can be done with the coming book universe. rumors are swerling that he plans to write and direct a solo
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>> there's still hope for fairy tale ending. prince harry was single. a royal source dismissed the claims that she was dating. they are actually distance relative both descending from queen victoria. >> so there's a chance. >> i think it was so that's how it is in fair family. >> i was going to say that's a weird mix up there. going back to christmas. you tell me there's a chance. high pressure across the northern tier of the country into canada. will supply enough cold air. when this coastal low takes over, over the weekend it will be a powerful nor'easter for the mid atlantic. the question is does it track off the coastline or does it slide far enough to the south. track one would bring in significant snow and wind and coastal flood. keep an eye on it guys as we
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"today show" right after this break. >> i'm christa delcamp. i'm sarah french. have a great day everybody. hopefully we'll see you back here for 7news at 9:00.
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