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a wild and dangerous scene down south when storms and tornadoes move through. and camera capture the moment an accused drunk driver falls to the pavement after allegedly starting a chain reaction crash. a kennedy cousin back in court in connecticut. will he be able to remain a free man? good wednesday morning everybody. thanks for joining us. i'm sarah friend. . i'm christa delcamp. it's damp. dreary out there. good day to cozy up with a book or something like that. if you don't have to get out. you do you want to hear what chris lambert those say. about another 24 hours of this wet weather. we will run the gamut from drizzle and damp weather. winter weather advisory in
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temperatures still near freezing if not below it. and we have a high wind watch in effect for southeastern mass plymouth county. cape and island that goes into effect midnight tonight until 8:00 p.m. tomorrow for wind gusting 40 to # 60 miles per hour. 40-degrees in boston now. 31 worcester. 33 fitchburg. this is area west of 495 with temperatures close to freezing. we do have some slick spots. mainly the secondary roads, the driveway and sidewalk with patchy freezing drizzle here. for the rest of us it's light shower activity. that will be the case through about midafternoon. the evening commute there may be a couple of heavier showers that roll in. and then overnight tonight once it's mild air surges in fair game to get downpours in here from midnight through about 5:00 or 6:00 in the morning. anytime you get under the heavy downpour they will likely drag
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order of 40 to 50 to 60 miles per hour especially across southeastern mass. this pretty much wrapped up by thursday morning commute i should say. we do see some improvement for the thursday morning commute as the commute goes on. the gust will be an issue tomorrow morning. more on the forecast, the 7-day forecast ahead. time for fast track traffic. here danielle gersh. debates. this is our camera. you can see it's filled with rain drops but the cars are moving by very slowly there as well. let's go to the maps now from braintree into boston on the expressway northbound. that drive still over half an hour. slowing on route 324 and 95 as you approach 128. and then 128 from newton to pike you're crawling. we have two incidents on the pike. this is an accident eastbound on route 9. from 128 to boston you are barely moving or stereo drive eastbound at kenmore square we have accident 93 from 490 not
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from 128 to boston that's a very slow drive. let's take a look at the droov timesace you get ready to head tout door. not as bad on 93 southbound from 128 to the zakim bridge. if you take the t we have minor delays on the red line. >> soggy weather here but down south the weather is wild. people in at least four states are suffering from deadly tornadoes. the damage overnight from pensacola, florida to louisiana is extensive. these tossed around like toys flash flood warning in georgia and alabama. many people in gulf coast will be cleaning up. some areas were simply devastated by this storm system. more. >> reporter: strong storms leaving thousands in the dark across the south. at least 7 tornadoes hit louisiana and southeast mississippi including one that levels an rv park in convent, louisiana killing two people. but it could have been much worse. i will be honest with you.
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talking about two fatality. at least 30 more people in the rv park were sent to the hospital. several with critical injury. there were nearly 170 trailer in the park. most had people inside. the trailer along with tricked picked up and tossed several feet by the storm. southeast of baton rouge part of a gym torn apart while people worked out inside. people there they say they didn't see the twisters coming in the last second. i could see the top of the tornado coming down going across the -- like crossing the road there. the door starting sucking in. one man took video of three waterspouts on lake ponchitrain. the national weather service in pensacola its a tornado that slammed into an apartment complex after dark. severely damaging three building and leaving thousands in area without power. this storm system is expected to drop another inch of two rain in some parts of the
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kris anderson, 7news "today in new england." we love nevada. we love nevada. thank you. it's three wins in a row for donald trump who got nearly half a caucus votes in nevada. brandon gunnoe joining us now with all those results. donald trump won nevada won by a lot. donald trump has 46%. marco rubio with 24% and cruz came in third with 21%. you can see ben carson and john kasich round out the top five. the donald didn't hold back in his victory speech. we love nevada. we love nevada. in vegas donald trump hit another jackpot. 30 stragd win. if we listen to pundit we weren't expected to win too
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he won nevada. we won with young. we won with old. we won with highly educated. we won with poorly educated. >> ted cruz came in third behind rubio in this latest contest but spoke like he's the alternative to trump. the only campaign that has beaten donald trump and the only campaign that can beat donald trump is this campaign. twelve state will hold contest on super tuesday davis. marco rubio said every political campaign from the past and throw it out the window. >> this is very unusual year. and very unusual process and the nevada caucus is by the atypical. last night that was just different than the rest of the country. here's the bottom line in fact. the vast and overwhelming majoritied of republicans don't want donald trump to be our nominee.
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isn't attacking him. maybe because 14 people went after me and 14 people finishly gone. i seem to have a good track record when they do go after me. and you may have noticed no speech from rubio last night. that's because the senator from florida wasn't even in nevada. his campaign said they are moving forward and focusing on super tuesday. in the newsroom brandon gunnoe. on saturday the democrats hold primary in south carolina. then it's on to super tuesday coming up next week which includes massachusetts. >> police in weymouth say the driver you're about to see here was so drunk he fell on his face during a field sobriety test. they believe he's the man responsible for chain reaction crash that seriously injured a man who happened to be walking by at the time. let's go to victoria warren in weymouth with more on what we learn about that driver. vicki?
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still in the hospital as is the victim. the victim has life threatening injuries. witnesses say they couldn't believe their eyes when they saw the crash and they couldn't believe their eyes when they saw the field sobriety test. >> cell phone video show the drunk driving suspect falling flat on his face during a field sobriety test. this video taken moments after a serious accident that left someone walking on the street with life threatening injuries. >> looked like a war zone. it looked pretty bad. >> police say this man behind the wheel. high. the weymouth accident happened right in front of monahan marine the owner said as one of his employees was pulling out a van was barrelling down the breakdown lane. we actually tried to put it in reverse. but he got hit. as the two cars collided police say 39-year-old mans walking by they say the suspect
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>> knocked him over. over to where he landed on the ground. he had severe facial lacerations and he was in pain. both shoes were knocked off. >> and that does have life threatening injuries as for the suspect because he remains in the hospital it's unclear when he will go before a judge to face charges. and the driver of this second car he also went into the hospital. we're told he's expected to be okay. live this morning in weymouth, victoria warren 7news "today in new england." connecticut supreme court set to hear arguments on whether or not to reinstate kennedy cousin michael skakels murder conviction. a jury convicted skakel of murder in 2002. but in 2013 he was released from prison after a judge in a rare move granted him a new trial saying the defense attorney failed to properly represent him. fund-raiser -- prosecutors said
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two were teeb teenagers. wall pool looking for these two people accuse of placing skimmer on atm. on twitter they say this case appears related to a similar crime in attleboro. we showed you the picture from two farms in that city. police are asking anyone with information to give them a call. new this morning police in brookline warning people to be on alert after a rash of burglaries. they say 6 homes have been burglarized in the past week. investigators say the culprits are breaking in through back doors and windows. usually duringening hours. the thieves are taking jewelry and electronics. police suggest putting outside lighting on during the evening. >> and police are looking for a masked robber who jumped over a teller's county to steal money in maldin. he didn't speak to anybody. the robber took the money from the drawer and didn't show a weapon and then ran away right afterwards.
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the women that you see here. she's from holbrook. her husband reported her missing when she never picked up her son at day care. let's go live to jennifer eagan. jen, you have more on what her. >> well, they were following the pings from her cell phone. connecticut. no one has heard from her since monday afternoon. >> a mom missing for more than a day now. >> police say judy sales left her job in taunton and was supposed to pick her son up at day care but never showed up. detective spent hours at the home meeting with the husband. he told 7news he reported her missing. >> what had happened that made you think something was strange? >> complicated. she was last scene driving white
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19293 #. they tracked her cell phone to connecticut but said it has since then turned off. >> we're still working at it. >> local and state police are working on this case. they say they don't suspect foul play at this time. we're live in holbrook, jennifer eagan, 7news "today in new england." still ahead here at 9:12. we have the detail on the plant by endangered rattlesnake to an island in the middle of a massachusetts reservoir. >> take a look at this. a boston robot that's wowing the web with its lifelike ability. works pretty well in the snow. no snow over the next 24 hours. plenty of rain to talk about and strong wind gust mild air surging in tonight.
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>> when you talk about the winter of 2016 rain is new snow. >> when you talk about the liquid equivalent of how much precipitation we're close to last february. the difference last february the arctic air every storm was all snow and you had fluff factor so the snow kept piling up. nothing near that so far this february. 41 in boston right now. 36 redding. 33 lowell. you go north and west of 495. we're not dealing with snow but with temperature close to freezing mark. outside. secondary roads and sidewalks some icy spots on there down through southeastern mass going well above the freezing mark. no icing issue here. mild air working in from southeast to northwest throughout the day. through about noontime, some
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of 495. we'll keep that in mind here. as we go through the next couple of hour. in this afternoon even there temperature edging above the freezing mark. i wouldn't call particularly poor on the road where you really have to take it easy because of snow or ice. we'll call it fair and the reason for that most of the main roads wed. that will be the trend not only through this morning but also into the afternoon and into evening at times when it comes down in buckets this evening. and overnight tonight. you will reduce the visibility and get some big puddles on the roadway. nothing particularly now. showers. the heavy rain and downpours will have to wait until this really ignites again with severe weather from the carolinas down into florida and a lot of that moisture will head in. i don't expect severe thunderstorms per se like they will get down mid atlantic or carolinas. however with the strongest downpours overnight tonight we could get rumbles of thunder and that will drag down system of the strong wind gust.
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reports coming in with the strong wind gust that will push 50 to 60 miles per hour with the strongest downpours. note the temperature tonight and tomorrow into the 50s for the mild air surges on in. and tomorrow the heaviest rain done by about 7:00 in the morning. an inch to inch and a half of water coming on through. we'll track the rain. steadier showers and heyer showers arriving. soaking rain arriving tonight. 35 to 50 huge range in temperatures but that will be the range 35 north and west of 495 to 50 across southeastern mass. upper 50s in the morning to upper 40s in the afternoon. for more on this storm over to danielle. severe weather is possible again today with this storm stretching from florida into the carolinas up to the mid atlantic states and of course that means we're talking about hail, wind, severe storms and tornadoes. the greatest risk for tornadoes today will be from north carolina into virginia.
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situation. we saw the deadly tornadoes yesterday. this is where the highest risk is today. carolinas up into virginia stretching into washington washington area this is where tornadoes are a possibility today. now here at home we're dealing with high wind watch as we head into midnight tonight and into tomorrow at 8:00 p.m. this is in effect for most of the day tomorrow. you were mentioning the strong winds and here are the strong winds. you can see why the high wind watch goes into effect as we head into overnight hours. those wind gust for southeast mass getting close to 50 miles per hour. in the early morning hours southeastern mass getting 50 to 60-mile-an-hour wind gust. they stay breezy for the commute tomorrow. this something we'll watch for you. back to you. >> the south winds brings in the mild air and will turn that wind direction back out of the west and northwest and once we do we will cool it down friday into saturday. i want to show you what's going on also into the weekend.
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i don't expect the unsettled longer. temperature warming. second half of the weekend close to 50. boston dynamic showing off its new robot at last. the video loses balance while walking in the snow but regains composure keeps on moving. atlas can even pick up boxes. if this box gets knocked down. robot -- if it gets down it could get back up again. that's an improvement from the first model. he's about 5' 9 inch weighs about 180 pounds. pretty impressive; right? >> it's robot resiliency. good to see. so just ahead, we talk about poisonous snakes that can swim. and the state has this plan to
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>> if approval leaving some people feeling a bit rattled today. the state trying to relocate dozens of these endangered rattlesnakes to an isolated island here in massachusetts. we've been talking about this all morning. some people say they aren't sold on the idea. >> slither and his. the mas is wildlife trying to native timber rattlesnake is endangered and must be saved. we need a place to protect from the people. breed new rattlesnake with help of roger williams zoo in providence. but them on in island in the reservoir and after ten years
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the project has rattled some nerves why spend money on poisonous snakes. there's the concern about the cost and the snakes can find their way to mainland. i'm not scared of snakes. i caught them snakes all my life. doesn't bother me at all. i think it's a waste of money. >> dr. french said for the first decade they will have radio transmitter and mostly grants will pay for the program. our favorite wildlife. it's our biodiversity. some say they would rather have remote island of itemer rattlesnakes. >> i'm all for them bringing the snakes in. i think it's a wonderful idea. new england." okay. i get the whole eco system thing. but -- >> we're talking about crazy movies with the snake takeover. >> when we return a special surprise for military family to
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>> you are ready for the show. >> maybe erin and casey should share a little bit about their story >> before the show she surprised a local military family coast guard officer aaron van hison and his family got a chance to meet with the country star. and they were given a trip to new york also for a special private concert. >> it's about giving back. i was excited to be able to get involved and it's such as easy thing for me to meet incredible people and have them at our shows and put on an extra show. i try do things wherever i can say thank you. my biggest emotion is that my family gets to enjoy it. and we get to enjoy it together. the a memory we will be able that share. the family chosen through a group that raises money to support military families across the country. coming up next in our next half hour. some frightening moments on a
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suddenly come crashing down smashing into several cars. >> rain and the wind the story over the next 24 hours. break down the forecast look take a look at the 7 days coming up. the latest on deadly tornados that ripped through the south. stay with us. they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's riggedt by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people. sanders: i'm bernie sanders,
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>> drunk driver falling on his face. police say he's behind a dangerous change reaction crash. >> demonstrator taking to the street to take a stand in the fight between apple and the fbi. for more people have contracted the zika virus in the u.s. >> i'm christa delcamp. i'm sarah french.
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states are really reeling from the deadly tornado. three people have been killed. dozen more injured. search crews have been searching the wreckage of homes and parks just looking for survivors. >> take a look at the damage coming from overnight from pensacola. florida to louisiana. it's extensive. trucks have been tossed over on to their sides. and their same storm moving north so as we check in chris lambert you can consider what we see today kind of chapter one. >> we will expect some heavier downpours to gusty winds overnight tonight. the tornado risk today down through the mid atlantic into the southeast. especially over virginia, north carolina for us. winter weather advisory in effect until noon. the cold air has been stopped. we expect the winds to pick up tonight. in fact there's a high wind watch south eastern mass for midnight tonight through 8:00 p.m. tomorrow at time winds gusting 40 to 60 miles per hour. even for the rest of us.
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40 to 50 miles per hour. 41 in boston right now. but it is 31 in worcester. 33 fitchburg. here's the area basically just to west of 495 out of route 2 southwestern new hampshire where you run into slick spot. driveway, slick spot secondary back roads that haven't been treated that well. we may have glazed precipitation on the road. we're not expecting heavy rain over the next several hours. the best chance for some downpours will arrive this evening as this area down through the mid atlantic ignites heavier rain that heavier rain has to push to north and east. i expect that overnight tonight. the gust 40 to 60 miles per hour after midnight tonight. through early tomorrow morning. the rain does taper off early tomorrow by 7:00 most of the rain is done in the morning. take a look at that forecast, ahead. weymouth police say this
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first during a field sobriety test they were giving him. that's after he sparked chain reaction crash that seriously injured a man who just happened to be walking by at the time. let's head out live to weymouth with more on what we learn about the driver. here's victor air warren. vicki? >> the driver is still in the hospital this morning. but he's going to be facing charges. the victim left with life threatening injuries in this accident. witnesses say they couldn't believe the crash and they say they couldn't believe what they saw during the field sobriety test. >> cell phone video shows a drunk driving suspect falling flat on his face during a field sobriety test. this video taken after a serious accident that left someone walking on the street with life threatening injuries. >> it looked like a war zone. it looked pretty bad. police say this man 51-year-old thomas mahom was behind the wheel. he was drunk, and high.
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right in front of monahan marine. as ones pulling out a van was barrelling down. we tried to put in it reverse. he got hit. as the two cars collided a 39-year-old man was walking by they say the suspect out of control then crashed into him. >> through him up on the van's window knocked him over here where he landed on ground. he had severe facial lacerations. he was in pain. both his shoed were knocked off. >> at last check that victim still had life threatening injuries. as for the suspect he remains in the hospital and that means it's unclear when he will go before a judge to face the charges. the driver of the other car he also went to hospital but expected to be okay. life in weymouth. victoria warren 7news "today in new england." the phone fight between apple and the fbi. right now it looks like things are at stand still.
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some people are now showing support for the tech company thanking apple for putting them first. tim caputo has the look at this protest. a show of sport as more people take sides in the stand off between the tech company and the fbi. rally only drew a dozen people but across the u.k. groups also gathered outside other apple stores supporting the company as it refuses to help the government unlock an encrypted iphone. people are concerned what the fbi is asking people to do. the single iphone belonged to saed face farook who killed 16 people in san bernadino, california. federal judge order apple to create and install software to access the pass code like iphone. the company refused say that would put every i phone at risk.
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facebook ceo mark zuckerberg. >> here in boston police commissioner bell evans sides with the fbi said they could benefit and solve more cases we have crimes all the time where the data from the cell phone is very helpful. i have one particular homicide right now that we can't get access to a phone. director of fbi said this litigation is about the victims injustice and not about trying to set a precedent. those at the rally don't believe it. >> i may only be used on this particular device. it will be used on everybody's device. >> tim caputo, 7news "today in new england." happening today the growing concern over the spread of the zika virus taking center stage on capitol hill. medical experts will be testifying during a senate committees hearing this morning. this all comes as health expert say the pure sexual transmission of the virus appears to bar more common. it's believed to be cause of 14 new cases investigating here in
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>> in each of episodes a mans travelling to his zika effected areas developed symptoms that were consistent with zika and within two weeks of the man symptoms the female partner developed symptom consistent with zika virus. the cdc is advising pregnant women to use condomes or abstain from sex if their partners have recently travelled to areas where the virus is spreading. the virus is believed to cause severe birth defects. . new this morning we're getting another look at the michigan uber driver hours before saturday deadly shooting spree. surveillance images capture jason dalton at gun store where he bought the black tactical jacket. they haven't said where he got the.9 millimeter than gun recovered in his vehicle. dalton charged with killing 6 people and injuring two others including a 14-year-old girl whose fighting for her life. investigators say the 45-year-old father of two
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motive remains a mystery. he had no history of mental illness. a rough landing caught on camera. a plane touching down on a road in california and then runs into several cars. when you look at that it really is amazing. you realize that no one was hurt. not even the pilot. and now witnesses are describing some of these really scary moments. as the plane cam crashing down. here's adam williams. a plane crash caught on camera. they watch this video as the small plane slammed into a car and skids to a stop. first tie i heard that it was terrifying. there's a moment where what do we do. later in the video you can see the pilot emerge from the plane. police say he was alone in the four seater and wasn't injured when it crashed into the intersection monday afternoon. >> i mean he did a great job. giving a lot of credit for what he did here. news helicopter pilot was at airport when he heard the sound
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watched at low altitude before the pilot dodged home train tracks and crashed. he picked the best spot he could. police say there were no other injury. five-cars were damaged in the crash. the plane is registered to an owner in oregon who has been recognized by the faa for meeting or exceeding high educational licensing and medical standard. thank god everybody is okay. moments after the crash witnesses say they scrambled to make sure the pilot was safe. >> we figured like there was definitely a fire or something. something like that you know. and we all just ran out there with extinguisher. luckily everything was fine. i'm adam williams. 7news "today in new england." following breaking news in randoph this morning. a 15-year-old from east boston has died after being hit by a car. the crash happened last night while the teen was walking across north main street. the driver stayed on the scene and police are investigating so far. no charges have been filed.
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let's send it over to chris lambert with more on our forecast. good morning. good morning, everyone. we are talking earlier how rain the new snow on this winter. how about 50 being the new 30 this winter as well. 50-degree days or warmer. we had 31 of them in the city of boston since december 1st. that beats the 1932, 1933 winter with 29 day. i will give them credit for that. 41 degrees in boston. 35 in bedford right now. we will add some more 50-degree weather in the city of boston as tomorrow will be in the 50s. 31 right now in worcester. we still have temperatures at or below freezing throughout a lot of locations many worcester county. there's some slick spots on the dry waives secondary road. most of the main road west across worcester county. we don't have a lot of precipitation falling at this hour. patchy drizzle around and freezing drizzle deep inland.
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the steadier showers work in this afternoon. they are watching this whole area to expand with thunderstorm activity later this afternoon into this evening and the threat of severe weather down through the southeast. also what happened later today is the mild air starts to surge up the east coast and once it does so it will work into new england but it takes a while to get in here. in fact, the rest of the afternoon temperature mid 30s north and west of 495 breaking into the mid 40s in the city of boston later this afternoon. the low 50s working in down through southeastern mass. you go into overnight tonight. this is where all of us will expand the 50-degree weather. up. also showing up scattered downpour and with these downpours we get not only heavy rain but strong winds gust at time close to 40 to 60 miles per hour down through southeastern temperatures into the 50s tomorrow morning. the rain ends but the mild air
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late in the afternoon and evening. one to 1 and a half inch of rain and some of the downpour that roll through later on tonight. today icy north and west of the next few hours otherwise showers area of drizzle and fog warmest temperature this afternoon through southeastern mass near 50 there. 35 in the worcester hill. downpours and thunder. it's thunder and the wind easy for me to say; right? temperature in the 50s. temperatures in the morning upper 50s to upper 40s by day's end. for more on the wind and severe weather. over to danielle. >> again, today we have a chance for severe weather and that stretches from florida up into the carolina into the mid atlantic even getting into d.c. that includes wind, hail, and damaging tornadoes. now i want to show you this is where the best area -- the best shot for tornados will be today. and this stretch from north carolina into virginia even the areas in yellow have a pretty good chance to see some isolated and damaging tornadoes.
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the storm moves into our area as we head into tonight. bringing with us some very strong winds. we have high wind watch in effect for southeast mass the cape and island. this goes into effect at midnight. stays with us until 8:00 tomorrow evening. for much of the day and here's why. look at the numbers. as we head into the overnight hours tonight. heading into midnight those wind gust getting close to 50 miles per hour and then early tomorrow morning 4:45 a.m. you can see southeast mass from 50 to 60 miles per hour. they weaken a little bit. still windy for your commute tomorrow and much of the day with that rain. back to you. >> wind gust strong out of the south. we'll turn around more to northwest as we go into wednesday and into friday that will start to dry it out. you look at the pattern even into saturday here. quiet. midwest out into the northeast. we'll enjoy the quieter weather here over the weekend. a little bit cold starting off saturday morning. temperatures down into the teens.
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seasonable then we close back in on 50 degrees sunday afternoon. and likely seeing some low 50s on monday. remember the movie top gun. this story we'll minds of this with this michigan dog taking the internet by storm. this top dog here piper. look at the really cool goggles, and he workings for the wildlife control ads and airport his he first gained fame online in april when people learned of his job there. now he's gaining more popularity after his handler posted this video and this picture and one of his coworkers can't believe the dog's fame. we were on top for about 4 maybe five hours of the main page. i never really red it that much. i hear it's absolutely huge like we've had the internet if you make the top of rekit. it's pretty cool and unexpected. probably didn't miss the fact
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handlers car. the injury kept him out of work for the past couple of months. he has his wave down pat. he's back. david ortiz looking ahead to final season. >> you have probably soon this video of rob grownkowski on the party ship. how can you forget it. one of the partygoers talked to
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good morning. david ortiz at red sox spring training speaking publicly for the first time since announcing he will retired after this season. not leafing the door open for another season after this. ortiz saying he's ready to patch the tore p. he looked around his team like the rest of the player were 20.
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big poppy enters 14th and final season with the red sox with 503 career home runs. 27th automatic time. 18 behind ted williams tied for 19 all-time. while he wasn't emotional he was reflective. even when i got to big league you never expect to be in the mix with those guys. and all of a sudden toward the end of your career you name -- people you name numbers with those legendary and from the outside you look at the whole picture. you're look, wow. it's been an unbelievable journey. julian giving the bruin day off to clear head and rest up after another loss on home ice. they'll try it again tonight after hosting the penguins.
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this shot by a high school point guard so tough to top. >> she hit halfcourt shot to win a play off game. this was monday night. >> that's crazy. with her team trailing by two with six seconds remain. junior jenkins managed to steal the ball and hit the desperation shot to win the game, 46-45. they will play the next game on saturday. that's unreal. >> and the camera work doesn't quite do it justice. didn't give a true sense. i would have liked to see a wide shot of that. that's unreal. >> rob grownkowski unplugged. we'll take you onboard his weekend party cruise. not us we're living in a very competitive global economy,
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workforce in the world. we should be making public colleges and universities tuition-free. we're going to pay for it with a tax on wall street speculation. the taxpayers of this country bailed out wall street. it is time for them to start helping the middle class of this country. i'm bernie sanders
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onboard the gronc party cruise. it's a wild weekend. there he is. life of the party always on stage doing some twirking. >> kim khazei bringing us onboard and what it was like to be. there's plenty of video to prove there was fun. the three-day party tour started friday and ended monday. it's definitely worth every single penny. >> i would do it again in a heart boyfriend and i got our picture with gronc i asked him will we be twirking later.
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on stage. crowd. his families so involved. it was incredible. we met his dad. we took shots with his brothers. the whole appearance was surreal. the party lasted well into the morning and everyone kept saying how much fun they had. we thought it was going to be gimmicky. it was the furthest thing from that. we had to ask gronc will we do this again next year? >> his response was wear not sure if they will let us back. the party cruise is now over. gronc tweeted out that he will be hitting the weight room soon. i guess he got enough cardio. >> more dancing than on the football. he's busy on the football field. downpours thunder and wind the
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this morning on "today's take," donald trump scores his third straight win. is there any stopping the republican front runner? then from the hit show "how to get away with murder," viola davis. you'll be loving life with a performance from country duo locash. all that and more coming up now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is today's ees"today's take" with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist and tamron hall, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning, february 24th, 2016.


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