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donald trump compared his sacrifices to the sacrifices of two parents who lost their son in war. how would you answer that father? what sacrifice have you made for your country? i think i've made a lot of sacrifices, built great structures. i've had tremendous success, i think... those are sacrifices? >> christa: the latestn't the federal prosecutors now building a case against the accused bomber now in custody. he is being held on more than $5 million bail for a shoot-out with police and charges for the bombings are due to be next. thank you for watching 7 news at noon. >> kris: we are learning more about this man who officials believe left those bombs scattered across new york and new jersey. ahmad khan rahami moved to the u.s. in 1995 as a child. he became a naturalized citizen in 20 11.
the country a few days before the bombings. the u.s. is now working with officials in pakistan and the united arab emirates to try and get access to her. the "new york times" is reporting now that rahami's father told police his son was a terrorist two years ago, prompting a review by federal agents. our team 7 coverage begins with dan hausle in new york city. >> reporter: terror suspect ahmad khan rahami wounded by captured alive after desperate shoot-out oth >> you see gunshots. boom, boom, boom. >> reporter: one of the officers was hit, saved by a kevlar vest. rahami trying to run from police. the bar owner told a friend he thought the man sleeping in his doorway was the suspect whose picture was plastered all over tv on the internet. >> this guy looked exactly like him. let's call the cops. wloort happened when the police came up to him?
maybe 20 seconds. that is when he went for his gun. he just shot, boom, boom. >> reporter: investigators have evidence that ties rahami to the bomb that exploded in chelsea, injuring 29. the similar pressure cooker device found nearby, the pipe bomb that exploded near a new jersey charity run, and the back-pack full of pipe bombs also found in new jersey, one exploding when a police robot cut a wire. new yorkers responded to police calls to help showed me some of the surveillance pictures he gave investigators. he says this shows rahami dragging a suitcase police think contained the pressure cooker device. jane shotted the device and called 9 11. >> there was something so weird about it. i came back and took a second look. i taught it looked suspicious. i called 9 11. >> reporter: do you feel like a belated hire row? >>.
>> reporter: federal investigators continue to weigh their case in connection to any charges rahami might face for the bombing here. right now they don't have to worry about him going anywhere, though. he remains hospitalized. held on more than $5 million bail and facing five counts of attempted murder of police officers in connection with the shoot-out that led to his arrest. we are in new york city, dan hausle, 7 news. >> kris: we are also learning more about a potential connection between those bombs in new york and new jersey and the boston marathon attack. pe reporting that there was a note left on one of the unexploded devices that mentioned the tsarnaev brothers. our 7 team coverage continues now with byron barnett. >> reporter: from the surveillance video to the shoot-out with police to the pressure cooker loaded with b.b.'s and ball bearings, there are striking similarities between the new york terror takedown and the boston marathon bombings. but now a direct link. cnn reporting that a note found on the unexploded bomb
the tsarnaev brothers. the pressure cooker bomb that failed to explode was the same sort of improvised device that killed three people and wounded more than 260 in the boston marathon attack. one of the big questions that remains unanswered, did ahmad khan rahami work alone? the former boston police commissioner ed dais does not think so. >> they don't do this by looking at the internet. they have to have someone show them how to do it. and it is strange to me that there are so many statements coming from the investigators that these are lone wolves. it doesn't seem possible. >> reporter: in the wake of the terror takedown, increased security across massachusetts. state police say they will have an increased presence at gillette stadium for thursday night's patriots game. and at public transit stations and regional transportation centers, state police are increasing patrols to supplement normal patrols by
to monitor developments in new york and new jersey. looking for any relevant information to pass along to local police agencies here in the commonwealth. in boston, i'm byron barnett, 7 news. >> kris: both presidential candidates speaking out about the attacks in new york and new jersey. republican donald trump is blaming the attacks on the immigration policies of president obama and hillary clinton. however, clinton says that trump's rhetoric regarding muslims is helping isis with its re in a recent poll, voters are saying clinton would make a better commander in chief. however, trump would be better suited to handling terrorism. >> we know that a lot of the rhetoric we have heard from donald trump has been seized on by terrorism. in particular, isis. because they are looking to make this into a war against islam. >> she is not the right person
largely, her and obama gave us. >> christa: those comments come one week before the first presidential debate. of course, you can keep it here on 7 for continuing coverage of the terror takedown. get the latest upgrates our mobile and our tablet apps as well as our web site, whdh.com. >> kris: let's talk football this noon now. 7 news turning to the patriots. coach bill belichick had some interesting answers today. usually does. but this time it was when talking about thert jimmy garoppolo's injury. >> christa: the coach not con if i wering the quarterback's status for thursday night's game at one point saying "i'm the coach. not the doctor." jonathan hall was at that news conference at gillette. jon? >> reporter: interesting answers or evasive? maybe that depends on the eye of the beholder. but this was vintage bill belichick. inquiring minds want to know who is going to play quarterback thursday night on a short week against the houston texans.
jimmy garoppolo? or will it be the back-up to the back-up jacoby brissett? we wanted to know what the coach felt about it. after all, we are only two days away from this big game. but he is not telling. espn is reporting patriots quarterback jimmy garoppolo could play thursday night. depilot spraining his shoulder on sunday. >> coach, how concerned are you about the quarterback position? is it possible that jimmy could be ready in time to play >> well, we haven't practiced today. we will filele the injury report after practice based on how it goes today. report tt coach sparred with the print reporter who pressed him on how he balances jimmy g's health concerns with the best interest of the team. he seems to contradict himself. >> the players' personal situation, his health always comes first. that always comes first. that is not a football
that will never change. we will always do what's best for the football team. that is what it's all driven by. >> how do you jugle this before you make a personnel decision? >> i'm a football coach. i'm not a doctor. the medical staff is the medical staff. i coach the team. medical people handle the injuries. they don't call players. we have a great deal there. works out good. >> reporter: belichick said yesterday it is possible the patriots will sign another back-up quarterback just as an emergency so you'llian edelman wouldn't have to get thrown in that role. he wasn't commenting on whether edelman would be able to step in in an emergency. i asked him if he thought he could do. that after all, he did throw a trick play and touchdown pass in a prior season. he simply said "i don't know."
and he is the best in the business. jonathan hall, 7 news. >> kris: breaking news now this noon out of hollywood. brangelina is no more. angelina jolie has filed for divorce from brad pitt. an attorney for jolie says that she filed a legal document on monday "for the health of the family." jolie and pitt married in august of 2014. they have been together since 2004 after starring in the movie "mr. and mrs. smith." couple has >> christa: let's take a look outside. been cloudy to start off the day. i see a little bit of sunshine poking through the clouds, chris. >> chris: they are thinning on out. more and more sunshine gaining strength there. we will continue to see that trend into the afternoon, christa. good afternoon, everyone. not a bad start to the day temperature-wise. it's been a mild and muggy day. 72 right now in boston. we barely climbed there in boston. fitchburg, at 78. a little bit of sunshine to
we will warm temperatures up to near 80. if not above it. especially north and west of boston. dew point levels running into the upper 60's. that is the higher humidity in place. we have had a couple of spot showers down through the cape and the islands. this won't last that much longer. you see the trend of more sunshine breaking on out. i do expect more sunshine and mainly dry weather to prevail mid to late afternoon. a few locations running into the mid-80's north and west of 495. close to 80 in boston. southeastern massachusetts. not much rain in the forecast. does look like a warm workweek. much cooler weather into the weekend. >> kris: a physical education teacher in wilmington returning to class after allegedly assaulting a woman and breaking her nose. after officially being put on paid administrative leave, this man was allowed to return to work. some parents and teachers are concerned, saying they wanted to let the legal process play itself out before this teacher was allowed to return. the school superintendent issued this statement now.
at the issue from multiple perspectives including reviewing this man's record as an educator in wilmington for the past 13 years. we would not have returned mr. altieri to his position if we did not believe that he did not pose a threat." >> christa: also, president obama giving his final speech as u.s. president at the united nations today. he touched on the refugee crisis and terrorism. he also sailed that governing becomes more difficult as people l among nations spiral out of control more rapidly. >> we have made a real difference in the lives of our people. and it could not have happened had we not worked together. >> christa: obama wanted to highlight the progress that has been made in the past eight years and to talk about what still needs to be done.
election days now. 49 days to go in the race for the white house. and hillary clinton is leading in a key poll after hitting the campaign trail again over the past few days. 50% of likely voters are backing her in the latest nbc survey monkey poll while 45% are backing republican donald trump. now, this comes as trump has been catching up to clintnon recent polls, even passing her in some. hillary clinton, meantime, may have the support of a former republican president, h.w. bush is planning to vote for clinton,. kathleen kennedy townsend said bush told her about his plans when they met in maine on monday. bush's spokesperson says his vote will remain private. one of donald trump's sons grabbing headlines this morning. donald trump jr. tweeted this image comparing a bowl of poisoned skittles to syrian refugees that read, "if i had a bowl of skittles and told
the post has drawn criticism on-line and from the makers of skittles. >> christa: coming up at noon, florida's governor with a major announcement about the zika virus. the south florida neighborhood he now says is zika-free. >> kris: rescuers in australia helping to free a humpback whale after it got tangled in a fishing net. >> chris: sunshine returns. how long it prevails and when we cool down ahead. narrator: "by almost every measure, public charter schools have been a success." "they are models of inspiration." with "impressive results"
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walking out the door this morning, did not feel like fall. 72 in boston. 78 in fitchburg. humidity is up there. dew point levels, upper 6's to lower 70's. this is some humid stuff. it helped fuel the downpours we had yesterday. at least north and west of boston. and down across the south coast. the wind is on-shore in the city. localized sea breezes kicking in there. we will have temperatures coolest along the immediate afternoon. a couple of rain showers still prevailing down across the cape. solid band of clouds still extending from the cape, back into buzzards bay. you get north of route 44, up into the boston area, some breaks, some thinning of the overcast. and then north and west of town, up across 495, getting close to the merrimack valley, southern new hampshire, northern worcester county. we do have the sun working in. the dry air working in. as we kick out the shower
this was what julia was in terms of the tropical storm. creating a lot of heavy rains across the outer banks. as well as into virginia. we will miss out on that moisture. that will get kicked out off to the east coast here. as this cold front west of us crosses the area. that will lower the humidity. we are talking about warm weather wednesday and thursday. but we are not talking about consistent high humidity in place. we will keep it down here. dew points within the including on thursday. comes up a little bit on friday. the next cold front comes through on friday night. that one means business fbs. we are talking about a big air mass change for the weekend. a couple of tropical storms out in the atlantic. karl and lisa. neither one will be a threat to the united states. there will be a close call at bermuda with karl as it continues to strengthen and move off to the northwest and eventually off to the nooebs. curving back out into the
the tropics becoming more active. we continue to see these storms forming. those storms not getting close to the united states coastline. 76-83 this afternoon. coolest at the coast. 82-83 showing up north and west of boston. a mild and muggy day for developing sunshine continuing to be a theme. clearing tonight, comfortable overnight. wind out ofhe becoming more north tomorrow. as we lower the humidity. a couple of degrees either side of 80. how about kickoff at gillette? very nice weather. 70 degrees still at 8:25. it is going to be a warm day. very pleasant weather. basically, from tail-gaefts all the way to the end of the game. we have to wait two days for
breezy. temperatures in the 60's. >> christa: chris, thank you. rescue crews help free a humpback whale in australia. the 39-foot whale was struggling after it was tangled in a fishing net. the crews cutting it out and afterwards, the whale was able to swim away. >> kris: happy ending there. still ail head here on 7 news at noon, a scare in the sky. passengers told to brace for a crash landing. but their plane did make it down safely. >> christa: an underground service that delivers medical
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>> kris: people dropping off drugs in and around boston. specifically, they are delivering marijuana. >> christa: even though medical marijuana is legal here in massachusetts are popping up. cheryl fiandaca takes us along for the ride with a cannabis courier. >> reporter: he is a combat veteran who completed dozens of missions in iraq. his newest mission is delivering medical marijuana in boston. and he let me come along. we are delivering cannabis today. >> that's right. medicinal cannabis. >> reporter: 7 news uncovering this organize underground marijuana delivery network
it is a potentially risky route for the man who calls himself chief. >> we are going to a patient member's home. it is somewhere we have been many times before. she is a nice friend. and she appreciates what we do. >> reporter: he showed us proof he is allowed to possess and use medical marijuana for medical purposes. he is registered as a marijuana care-giver. exactly what that means is a little hazy. in massachusetts, fast care-giver is allowed by law to buy single patient with medical marijuana. that means chief is only allowed to deliver the drug to the one person he specifically is authorized to help as a care-giver. >> i am a care-giver as well. >> but the person we are delivering, to you are not her care-giver. >> no. hello. it's chief. >> reporter: michelle, not her real name, has suffered for years with serious health issues. now only finding relief with
>> i have fibromyalgia. i was up to, like, 14 medications. now i'm down to five medications. just five since i have been on the cannabis. >> reporter: michelle's doctors helped her get certified to use medical marijuana. she can't get to a dispensary to pick it up. >> you need this service. >> yes, i do. >> how important is that for you? >> it is really important for me. i don't have a car. i can't drive right now. >> reporter: some say this kind of delivery is dangerous. >> it is unsafe. i think i >> reporter: nicole snow is an advocate for medical marijuana who says the state's regulations leave too much open for interpretation. >> there is a lot of confusion around the care-giver regulation. it is left up for complete interpretation. >> reporter: the clear it up, we went straight to the health commissioner whose job it is to make sure the state medical marijuana rules are being followed. and we asked her if what chief is doing is legal. >> you know, care-givers
marijuana. and if we were to hear of any case of a care-giver, you know, going outside of those parameters, we would, of course, investigate that. >> reporter: chief says he doesn't get paid for making deliveries and believes what he is doing is perfectly legal and morally right. >> how do you deny it to people? i really don't understand that. right now, 30,000 people in the state of massachusetts have been approved to receive medical marijuana. but there are only 7 dispensaries in the state. fiandaca. >> kris: coming up at noon, actor jim carey firing back. what he is saying now about a lawsuit that blames him for his former girlfriend's overdose. >> christa: this nine-year-old whiz kid taking a full lold of college courses this year. nine years old. we will have the story coming up.
that area. this year alone, charter schools will take more than 400 million dollars away from neighborhood public schools. that's not right. instead of draining even more money from neighborhood public schools and giving it to charters, let's devote public resources to all of our students... not just a select few. don't lift the cap on charter schools.
>> kris: okay. this will impress you here. this nine-year-old, yes nine-year-old, is a college student. he is making his course load look like child's play. he graduated from high school this year. he is taking a full schedule of classes at the local community college. he says he isn't intimidated by the older students. he is doing quite well. >> he is able to keep up. and he has had a's in the course that is he has taken here at he is more than excelling. >> reporter: he has some lofty goals. will plans to be an astrophysicist. i can't get my nine-year-old to pick out a library book. come on, guys! >> christa: you show them this guy. >> kris: i have to pull them away from their activities.
is that what they are doing? you know the five-second rule. you drop something on the floor. you can still eat it. maybe one second could be too long. >> chris: don't want to hear it. a look at the forecast for us. plenty of 80's the next 7 days. details ahead. >> kris: disturbing video in oklahoma causing concerned. an unarmed black man with his hands up seconds before he was shot and killed by a police officer. >> christa: we will have the very latest on t say is behind bombings in new
reporting that the suspect ahmad khan rahami's father told the f.b.i. that his son was a terrorist two years ago but later retracted that statement. according to the "new york times," forecast it still sparked a review by federal agents. welcome back. thanks for sticking with us. i'm kris anderson. >> christa: i'm christa delcamp. rahami's wife left this country a few days before the bombings. the u.s. is now working with officials overseas and the united arab emirates to get access to her. with dan hausle in new york. reporth terror suspect ahmad khan rahami wounded by captured alive after a desperate shoot-out on the streets of new jersey. >> i heard gunshots. boom, boom, boom. >> reporter: one of the officers was hit, saved by his kevlar vest. rahami, seen in this video, trying to run from police. the bar owner told a friend he thought the man sleeping in his doorway was the suspect
him. what should we do? he could be anybody. let's call the cops. wloort happened when the police came up to him? >> he only talked to them maybe 20 seconds. he went for his gun. and he just shot, boom, boom. >> reporter: investigators say they have evidence that ties rahami to the bomb that exploded in chelsea injuring 29. the similar pressure cooker device found nearby, the pipe bomb that exploded near a new jersey charity run, and the back-pack full of pipe bombs one exploding when a police robot cut a wire. new yorkers responded to police calls to help. a building superintendent showed me some of the surveillance pictures he gave investigators. he says this shows rahami dragging a suitcase police think contained the pressure cooker device. jane spotsed the device and called 911. >> that pot lingered in my mind. there was something so weird about it. i came back and took a second
suspicious. i called 911. >> reporter: do you feel like a belated hero? >> no. anyone would have done that. >> reporter: federal investigators continue to weigh their case in connection with any charges rahami might face for the bombing here. right now, they don't have to worry about them getting anywhere, though. he remains hospitalized, held on more than $5 million bail and facing five counts of attempted murder of police officers in connection with the shoot-out that led to his arrest. dan hausle, 7 news. >> christa: we are learning about about another potential connection between those bombings and the boston marathon attack. pete williams and cnn both reporting that a note left on one of the unexploded devices mentioned the tsarnaev brothers. our coverage continues with 7's byron barnett. >> reporter: from the surveillance video to the shoot-out with police to the pressure-cooker loaded with b.b.'s and ball bearings, there are striking similarities between the new york terror takedown and the boston marathon bombings.
cnn reporting that a note found on the unexploded bomb in manhattan mentioned the boston marathon bombings and the tsarnaev brothers. the pressure-cooker bomb that failed to explode was the same sort of improvised device that killed three people and wounded more than 260 in the boston marathon attack. one of the big questions that remains unanswered, did ahmad khan rahami work alone? the former boston police commissioner ed davis does no looking at the internet. they have to have someone show them how to do it. and it's strange to me that there are so many statements coming from the investigators that these are lone wolves, that there is nobody else involved it in. that doesn't seem possible. >> reporter: in the wake of the terror takedown, increased security across massachusetts. state police say they will have an increased presence at gillette stadium for thursday night's patriots game. and at public transit stations and regional transportation
increasing patrols to supplement normal patrols by transit police. authorities here in massachusetts are continuing to monitor developments in new york and new jersey. looking for any relevant information to pass along to local police agencies here in the commonwealth. in boston, i'm byron barnett, 7 news. >> christa: stay with 7 news for continuing coverage of the terror takedown. get the latest updates from our moj and tablet apps as well as our web site, whdh.com. >> kris: now the latest on the patriots. coach bill belichick had some interesting answers when asked about quarterback jimmy garoppolo's injury this morning. the coach isn't confirming the quarterback status for thursday night's big game against the texans. at one point, he even said he is the coach, not a doctor. jonathan hall has more now from gillette. >> reporter: espn is reporting patriots quarterback jimmy garoppolo could play thursday night.
you about the coach... quarterback position? sit possible that jimmy could be ready in time to play as it has been reported? >> f well, we haven't practiced today. we will see how it is today. we will file the injury report after practice. based on how it goes today. >> reporter: the coach sparred with a print reporter who pressed him on how he balances jimmy gv's health concerns with the best interests of the team. he seems to contradict himself. >> the players' personal situation, his health always comes first. that is always coming first. that is not a football decision. that is a medical decision. football decisions are based on what's best for the football team. that is what we will always do as long as i'm here. that will never change. we will always do what's best for the football team. that is what it's all driven by. >> do you have to get some certainty before you make a personnel decision in how do you juggle this? >> i'm a football coach. i'm not a doctor. the medical staffer is the
the medical people handle the injuries. they don't call plays. i don't do surgery. we have a great deal there. works out good. >> reporter: belichick said yesterday it is possible the patriots could sign another quarterback for an emergency fill-in situation, but it all depends on how jimmy garoppolo is doing at practice. if he is well enough to play or at least serve as back-up, then that won't be necessary. at gillette, i'm jonathan hall, 7 news. >> christa: b brangelina is no more. angelina jolie has filed for divorce from actor brad pitt. an attorney for jolie says she filed legal documents monday for the health of the family. the couple married in august of 2014. they have been together since 2004 after starring together in the movie "mr. and mrs. smith." the two have six children. >> kris: all right. let's turn our focus to the weather. 7 news now taking a live look outside.
tuesday. kind of 50-50 when it comes to the chance of sunshine. lent's get a check in on the forecast from chris lambert. we hope for the better half of that 50. >> chris: we will get the better half this afternoon. more sunshine does reappear here. 71 in boston. east and southeasterly breeze at eight miles an hour. where you have had more of the sunshine already, the last couple of hours, fitchburg, up to jaffrey, new hampshire. temperatures running close to 80 degrees. i think a lot of locations north and west of 495, low to mid-8's this afternoon. through places like norwood, should hit 80 degrees. if not 82, 83 this afternoon. leftover showers down near buzzards bay, the cape and the islands. this activity is wayneing. we are continuing to thin out the cloud cover. for the rest of the day, much of the time will be spent on the dry side. yes, it is still muggy. tomorrow, we are back in the 80's. with much lower humidity.
>> kris: take a look at this. investigators say the man in these surveillance pictures went into a cvs, handed the pharmacist a note, demanding oxycodone. the suspect got the pills and then walked out of the store. a mother in providence, rhode island facing charges after police say she threw her toddlers out of a window. investigators say benita barbour tossed two-year-old boys out of a first-floor window on sunday. the children had some scrapes and bruises. they are now in state custody. >> christa: 15 criminal cases have been dismissed so far in response to that evidence scandal at the braintree police department. the first recent person to have charged dropped after a breach at the department's evidence room. investigators say nearly 500,000 dollars had been stolen along with thousands of pieces of evidence, including guns, drugs, and personal property. >> it is really surprising. i'm very disappointed in the police department. allowing this to happen.
puts in jeopardy, the court system and you know, the innocence or guilt of many defendants. >> christa: many more cases are expected to be dismissed after a recent audit of the police department. >> kris: disturbing video in oklahoma. the video shows the moments just before an unarmed man was shot and killed by a police officer. now, that officer is on paid leave. and the incident is under investigation. 7's jni a cruiser's dash cam cap churpd it all. another angle from a police helicopter up above. the last moments of terrence crutcher's life playing out on a tulsa, oklahoma road. someone had called 911 and reported crutcher's s.u.v. was stopped, blocking traffic. his family says he was simply having car trouble. an officer is heard saying crutcher wasn't cooperating. crutcher, a 40-year-old father of four, did put his hands up.
>> he's got his hands up now. >> as he walked up to his s.u.v., the officer tased crutcher. then betty shelby shot him. >> shots fired! >> both are now on paid leave. the minutes after the shooting show crutcher lying on the ground, no one checked on him for well over a minute. instead, officers backed away. tulsa's police chief confirms crutcher was unarmed. >> there was no gun on the suspect or in the suspect's vehicle. department has opened an investigation into what happened. crutcher's twin sister is devastated. >> the video and everything that's out there speaks for itself. it is really clear-cut. >> reporter: in the newsroom,
>> christa: officials in florida telling touristses to day to return to an area that was once a zika virus hot zone. the florida governor rick scott living the travel ban on the wynwood neighborhood in miami. there were numerous cases of the zika virus. he says it's been more than a month since someone contracted actor jim carey speaking out today after being sued regarding his ex-girlfriend's death. he calls the lawsuit heartless and an attempt to profit over the woman's death. er ex-husband is accusing carey of causing her death. by giving her illegal drugs. she took her own life last year bill overdosing on prescription pills and carey is also ail kuczed of covering up involvement in her death.
five-second rule when it comes to dropping food. how many of us go by that, right? they actually say bacteria contaminates the food faster than we once thought. the longer the food is exposed to dirty surface, the more germs that were attracted. and the contamination can occur in less than one second. wet foods attract the most bacteria. >> christa: all right. just ahead, jimmy fallon taking every precaution joking around with hillary clinton. after her pneumonia last week. >> chris: clouds thinning out. bringing back the sunshine through the afternoon.
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>> welcome, welcome, welcome. welcome. oh, thank you so much. (laughter) to have you here. let's talk about... (laughter) >> kris: jimmy fallon not taking any chances with his health. hillary clinton was a guest on the tonight show last night. as you can see, fallon made some jokes about being sure he was protected against the pneumonia that hillary clinton had last weekend. >> christa: get the flu shot. 'tis the season. >> kris: those are coming up soon. right? >> christa: with the temperatures changes, too, everybody gets sick.
schools are starting now. my son had bronchitis already last week. >> christa: i hope he is feeling better. >> kris: he is. >> chris: too soon. too soon. right? a huge temperature swing by the weekend. low 60's for highs by sunday. a breeze as well. it will feel like fall outside. in the meantime, still feeling like summer this afternoon. temperatures will warm up into the low 80's. and you look at the extension of the extreme drought that we have had across much of eastern new england it. you can see that a lot of this red shaded area goes back into worcester county. southeastern new hampshire as well. that is where there was beneficial rain yesterday. we had about two to four inches of rain in the swath from northern worcester county up into southern new hampshire. although before was more isolated in northern worcester county. two to three inches common across that area. then into boston. a third of an inch. that was it. south of the city, a couple
that is where we constantly find some scattered showers in here. throughout the day. they are going to be scattered about the last couple of hours. these showers pretty much over and done with. you note the trend here for the rest of the area. clouds thinning out. returning to sunshine. once that sunshine gets to work, temperatures quickly warming up. in fact, we had a couple of hours of it out at fitchburg. close to 80 out that way. that trend will continue this tonight, mainly clear for a lot of us. the exception, some low clouds, likely lingering down across buzzards bay, the cape and the islands. then as we get into tomorrow, we do feature quite a bit of sunshine. almost looks like i'm showing you a blank map here. that is the forecast. not much in the way of cloud cover or precipitation on wednesday. thursday will look like that as well. there is an ocean breeze. we will hold coolest at the coastline this afternoon. despite getting into sunnier skies. you take a look inland.
we have, indeed, started to warm on up. the other thing that we have going that makes it feel like summer outside today, the muggy start. dew point levels still running into the mid to upper 60's. notably dry air back across sudbury, ontario. that is going to be working in for tomorrow. we are going to drop the dew point levels back into the low 50's. for wednesday and thursday. we will bump it up slightly on friday. out ahead of the cool front. then behind it, not only are we ushering in much cooler weather, but very dry weather with dew points into the 0's here comes that change in the pattern. again, saturday, sunday, and even into monday. temperatures in the 60's. for highs. likely, the coolest day sunday into sunday night. 76-83 flarn. developing sun, coolest at the coastline. clearing overnight tonight. 50's in the cooler suburbs. 66 in boston. the forecast for tomorrow, mostly sunny skitz. lower humidity. 78-84. the 7-day forecast does feature a change in the temperatures. as we get in towards the end
>> chr winning streak now up to five games. boston beating the orioles in boston last night. mookie betts and ortiz hitting homers. ortiz has 35 homers this season. the oldest mlb player in history to hit 35 home runs in a season. rick porcello, rock solid on the mound. he pitched a complete game. he threw just 89 pitches. and the sox won it 5-2. they are up four in the a.l. east. >> kris: loving that trend as we head down to the
new balance is helping send off big papi in style. the red sox d.l. wear special cleats in his final series against each a.l. east rival. including shoes featuring a maple leaf for toronto. ortiz's cleats will feature the date of each walk-off home run he has hit during his storied career. >> chris: hopefully, adding a couple more to that. right? some more warm days. will it cool down over the ween
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>> chris: average high this time of year, close to 70 degrees. above that for many towns later on this afternoon. the sunshine breaking out. kind of in full force out in fitchburg. 80 right now. 72 in boston. looks coolest at the coastline. thanks to the on-shore breeze. mild and muggy. developing sunshine through the day. already beginning to see that. mid-7's at the coast. 82-84 inland. we do have a cold front coming through on friday night. behind that front, much cooler air. look at that. breezy and low 60's on sunday. >> christa: 20-degree difference. >> kris: summer on thursday. fall on saturday.
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