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>> christa: and at noon, breaking news. hurricane mapt you charging along the coast of florida. this category three storm is it has those winds. destructive winds heading northwest. at 12 miles per hour. right now, the sunshine state is feeling the wrath of the storm. huge winds sending sheets of metal flying and pushing big heavy dumpsters into the streets here. fast roof even blowing off a building. >> kris: one of those big dangers, the flying debris, torrential rain, and powerful winds forcing people out of their homes. this is a look at daytona beach. the streets have been emptied.
hundreds of thousands without power. >> reporter: the eye of hurricane matthew is just east of us. this storm has arrived here in daytona beach. we are seeing the wind gusts come in waves. if you take a look at where i'm standing right now. we will show you some damage here. part of the roof has been blown off this building. there is some debris as well. there are some downed trees. this is the front of our hotel. the worst of the storm has yet to come. many people are preparing for yet another wave of hurricane matthew. sunrise but no slowdown in
>> let's remember, the storm has only passed half our state. this is not over. >> reporter: the eye expected to move dangerously close to shore as the storm marches northward along florida's east coast. bringing the heavy rain at high tide and raising the risk and fears of catastrophic storm surge. >> we are very concerned ability storm surge. and the worst effects are still likely to come. >> reporter: overnight, hurricane matthew battered florida. the massive storm brought damaging winds and drenching rain. somewhat lessened with the eye remaining well offshore. still at times, wind gusts were so strong, first responders had to get themselves to safety. power lines ripped from their poles across the region. transformers exploding, leaving hundreds of thousands without power. meantime, many are riding out the storm in shelters. hundreds of pets housed with their owners, still unsure when they are able to go back home. meteorologists say off-shore
dangerous. >> if you are in an area that has been told to evacuate and the authorities are telling you that you still have time to evacuate, i want to personally plead with you to get out right now. >> reporter: millions still at risk as hurricane matthew churns in the atlantic. as we wait for the worst of the storm to pass, there is a curfew in place. that went into effect at midnight. reporting live in daytona beach, back to you. >> christa: has it seemed to you that most people have heeded the warnings and gotten out? is that what you are seeing? >> yeah. you know, we were listening to local officials this morning. they told us that 44,000 people are in shelters here in volusia county. that encompasses daytona beach. they were saying they have never had that many people in a shelter.
had here on daytona beach. that is a sign that people are heeding the warnings. as you can see, there aren't any cars on the road. we have seen a couple of them. but there are people patrolling, officers patrolling the streets to make sure that people who live here are abiding by that curfew. to make sure they stay safe. >> kris: sarah, the storm has been hitting you for hours now. is it coming in waves or has it been pretty steady? how have you seen it intensify and change over the past few >> i would say it's coming in waves. so i mean, it is definitely strong. but at times, you feel stronger gusts than others. if you take a look at where i'm standing right now, you can see this is just another band of rain that is passing through. there is actually a car that's driving on this street. i can see it. i don't think we can see it yet with our camera. it is going ever so slowly down the street. we were in that position an hour ago. we were trying to find a
we couldn't even drive down the street. there was a wind tunnel. it wasn't safe. you can see, take a look here. this is the car that is passing by. not a wise thing to do. local officials trying to make sure that people stay off the streets. >> christa: that is always the biggest danger. flying debris. thank you so much for your report. as you see there, they are seeing t now and into the overnight hours as well. >> kris: we have seen it hug the coast there. it has not made landfall? >> chris: no. technically, the mid-point of the eye has to cross over land. that is not the case. the eye wall, the western side of the eye wall has been very close to the east coast of florida. occasionally, when that eye wall wobbles back and catches the coastline, you get a gust near 100 miles an hour. we saw it across cape
beach and points south, the barrier islands had some wind gusts close to one hundred. day know no beach itself, port orange, this is just beginning to see some of the western edge of the eye wall relax off of it. i'm willing to bet you, sarah, stronger winds, a half an hour or an hour ago with some of these bursts that came through. the western edge of the eye wall pinwheeled back. you note the motion. it is still parallel to the coastline. this hurricane has been parallel on the it has worked its way up florida. the silver lining to the storm system here is that the eye hasn't moved on shore. because then you drag in the strongest winds with the eye wall. especially the northeastern side. this is a bad storm. there is going to be damage. we are still concerned about the storm surge. along the coastline of northeastern florida, georgia, and south carolina. but it wasn't the worst-case scenario for much of the east coast of florida.
including melbourne itself. the strongest winds have been along the space coast. points north toward daytona beach. saturday, category one. close to the carolina coastline. then this bends back around. and it getsed forced back toward the bahamas. in a much weakened state. but it will get forced back to the south by high pressure. that high pressure builds in our forecast for the weekend. just slight shower chance out there. we will talk more on that ahead. >> kris:ll more than half a million people now without power. one person has died. crews are being sent to the hardest-hit areas first. >> christa: president obama spoke about the situation a little while ago. nancy chen is in the newsroom. >> nancy: 600,000 homes are without power in florida. 24 million people are under a storm watch or warning. the first hurricane-related death has now been confirmed in the state as the storm batters its coast. debris tossed around the road.
moves along the florida coast. waves crashing on to beaches with relentless wind. the tide taking over north there at st. augustine beach. president obama from the white house urging people to obey orders from local officials to evacuate, saying storm surge is now the top concern. >> many of you will remember hurricane sandy. where initially, people thought this doesn't look as bad as we thought. and then suddenly, you get massive storm surge and a lot of people were severely affected. >> nancy: the death toll from the storm jumped again this morning as crews beganned to survey the devastation. reaching nearly 500 in haiti alone. the first death in florida related to hurricane matthew was also confirmed this morning. a woman who died from a heart attack shortly after emergency crews ceased operations because of treacherous
>> it could be the worst part of this, still to come. look, i'm really concerned about jacksonville. i'm concerned about nassau. over ten-foot of storm surge on top of the waves. that is a very low-lying area. on top of the fact that we still have the potential for a direct hit. >> nancy: it is not over yet. the next stop for matthew is south carolina. the governor of the state just giving an update, urging residents there to eva if they have not done so already, like bye, evacuations now under way in savannah, georgia. nancy chen, 7 news. >> kris: all right, nancy. thanks so much. to track the latest on hurricane matthew's path, go to our web site at whdh.com. if you are on the go, download the 7 news mobile and tablet apps. we are following breaking news now this noon out of arlington. two people have been rushed to the hospital after a car f plowed into their house. >> christa: a van that was parked up the street rolled down into this house.
more: steve? >> reporter: christa, this was one wild ride. we are going to show you what happened here today. because a van was parked up at the top of the hill on sunset road this morning. as a chimney-sweeper pulled his van up on the hill. he didn't put the emergency brake on. that is when the van started rolling down the street before crashing into this house. but that man and another worker tried to jump in the van and stop it from crashing into the house. that is when they were hurt. >> it was bizarre. a bar >> reporter: jonathan can't believe what happened really happened here in arlington this morning. a run-away van slammed into the stairs outside his house. >> it was a chimney sweep van. i guess it was going to serve as a house up the hill there. and the e-brake... from what i have heard, the brake didn't stick. and the van rolled. unattended. yeah.
my wife had just left for work. the bus stop is right up the street. she could have been walking down, and who knows? >> reporter: through the morning, a building inspector was busy checking out the damage. police were piecing together the details of what happened. >> strange incident. it is such a quiet street. it is such... it is hard to contemplate could crash into these stairs. >> reporter: incredibly no, one was seriously hurt here. >> it is a little bit of an inconvenience. hopefully, everybody is all right. >> reporter: all right. the injuries were described by police as non-life-threatening. we are told they are still looking into all of this. insurance adjusters have been busy tallying up the damage. the building inspector says the house itself is actually okay despite what happened here. we are live from arlington this afternoon, steve cooper,
>> christa: to orange now. a man was found murdered inside of his own home. right now, police are collecting evidence and they are looking for whomever is behind this violent home invasion. it left his wife badly injured as well. here is nicole oliverio. >> reporter: hugs and flowers for family members of an elderly man who was killed and his wife seriously injured during a home invasion inside their orange house. family didn't want to talk as police searched for the alleged killer. old, she said. and they had to... they had to life-flight her to worcester. >> reporter: it happened wednesday night. on thursday, police blocked off roads and put schools in lockdown as they searched for the suspect. >> all of a sudden, they taped off the road. they couldn't move out of here. >> reporter: investigators walking in and out of the home, taking pictures and collecting evidence. they also searched a car.
elderly couple. they are surprised to have a crime like this right next-door. >> scare it is hell out of me. s to think about it. >> reporter: right now, there is no update on the investigation. police haven't made any arrests. as for the woman rushed to the hospital, she has serious injuries. there is no update on her condition. in orange, 7 news. >> christa: coming up at noon, hurricane hunters going right into the eye of the storm. an inside look at their dangerous drive. >> chris: mainly quiet. a couple showers around late saturday night into sunday morning. the forecast ahead. >> kris: a father in auburn facing serious charges. what he did that sent children running. >> christa: the patriots hard at work, gearing up for a game this weekend. we are live at gillette where we are live at gillette where the team is practicing. in new hampshire, we are live at gillette where the team is practicing. maggie hassan cut taxes for small businesses,
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>> christa: hurricane matthew, a powerful category three storm. take a look at. this taken inside the eye of the storm. at this point, the storm is still a category four. when they were doing. this hurricane hunters were flying into the middle there. they were getting the latest data. you can see the plane is getting tossed around quite a bit by the wind. and the heavy rain as well. >> kris: you are never going to complain about turbulence again if you go on those flights. i could imagine. >> chris: it is not necessarily the horizontal wind. when you go into the eye of these storms, and you have a lot of convection. you have an up-and-down motion going on in the atmosphere. that makes for an exemly bumpy ride. cape canaveral, 107-mile-per-hour wind gusts right there. basically, you jet out a little bit. on the space coast. forecast satellite beach coming in with an 88-mile-per-hour gust. the strongest gusts have been felt on the western edges of
this is where the strongest winds are. this is where you push 120 miles an hour. essentially, in the northeastern quad rabbit. ... quadrant. that has stayed off-shore as the storm has been parallelling the coastline there. has been no official landfall with the center of the eye itself moving on-shore. regardless, we are had a lot of hurricane-force gusts. very close to the coastline. especially once you got your way toward cape canaveral and then back over toward daytona beach. the storm, a continue to turn to the north. kind of bending around the south carolina-north carolina coastline. then pivoting back to the south. as we get through the line here. what becomes more of a concern from this point out, obviously, we are still concerned with the hurricane-force winds along the coastline. also flooding rain and storm surge. that will likely be a six to nine-foot storm surge along the georgia coastline. up into portions of the south carolina coastline. that, combined with a lot of rain. trying to work its way back into the ocean here.
of flooding along the coastline. that is why officials are still urging folks, you know, if they have evacuation orders along the coast in georgia and south carolina, heed them. do so at this point. we still have a long way to go with matthew. in the meantime, back on the farm, a good-looking day. 66 in boston right now, 73 in norwood. 71 in bedford. what a start. you know, we were a little on the cool side again today. with the sunshine getting to work, it has warmed up. and warmed up quickly. we are expecting to start off tomorrow, increasing clouds in the afternoon. showers. better chance with the front coming on through, providing some scattered showers on sunday morning. late saturday night into sunday morning. a couple may get hung up close to southeastern massachusetts through midday. i do expect the drying trend here later sunday and monday looks gorgeous right now for the holiday weekend forecast. 70-77 this afternoon. coolest at the coastline. the forecast for tonight, clear to partly cloudy skies. 44-56. there is the 7-day forecast. taking you into next week.
levels. low to mid-60's. >> kris: still ahead, a car in middleborough completely totaled. we will tell you what caused it to catch on fire. >> christa: an auburn interviewer: what would you do with five minutes to kill and a smartphone? man: check the scores. woman 1 : uh, probably post a pic. woman 2: text a friend. interviewer: how about register to vote? man: really? galvin: you can. five minutes online and to register so you can vote for our next president. go to register to vote m-a dot com. it's that easy. woman 2: done. i just registered. man: that was easy. galvin: register by october 19th. joe plaia: every three days, someone in new hampshire is killed with
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>> kris: yes. coach belichick is talking about how to team is shaping up. dan? >> reporter: well, you know, for a lot of fans, the season really starts now with. tom brady back on the field. but the coach, he is talking about his players and for them, he says he has a different set of rules. the sight of tom brady back at practice may get fans excited. coach bill belichick this players to keep their cool and just do their job. . >> well, hopefully, all of the players are focused on the job that they have to do and not worry about what everybody else is doing. hopefully, we can go out there and play well as a team. and each of us do our jobs. we will do our job. see if we can compete. >> reporter: belichick is lowering expectations for what fans should expect from brady or any player coming back from four weeks away from organized practices.
in their first game back. but more likely would be better three or four weeks down the road. belichick suggesting fans shouldn't be surprised if brady has to shake off some rust after his deflate-gate suspension. no matter how he tried to keep himself game-ready on his own. >> i don't care how many times you run out on the track. i don't care how many sit-ups you do. you put 21 guys out there on the football field and work on the timing and situation of football, that was t way to do it, just to not do anything for four weeks and go do push-ups, then that is maybe what we do. honestly, i don't think that is the right way to go. that is my opinion. >> reporter: just the coach's opinion there. tom brady starts the season not on the injury report. julian edelman added to the report. tom brady will be one person to watch. some of his weapons will be watched as well.
>> christa: we are continuing to track hurricane matthew. it is not just people being impacted by this storm. pets are also at risk, of course. >> kris: is team is stepping in to help out. they are making shurb those pets stay safe by bringing them to new york. more than two dozen animals are now i have a after their long trip from south carolina to a humane society in new york.
have this second chance. and we provide them the opportunity to be able to find new homes. >> reporter: debby was part of the team that helped transfer 20 cats and nine dogs from buford county, south carolina. perform zone a for the hurricane evacuationment f. south carolina is expected to see the effects of hurricane matthew sometime friday evening. >> a storm like this hits. certainly, if you are told to evacuate, you should bring your pets with you. the going to be able to go back and help them. if you are at risk, they are at risk. >> reporter: brad says he is happy to help the shelters in need. >> you don't know when something similar is going to hit us. we see it as sort of a reciprocal agreement. >> reporter: for now, everyone is just happy these pets are safe. >> no sleep no, food. i'm fine with. that my mission and my goal is to make sure i can help with
humane society says they are hoping to have the animals rest for a few days and then put them up for adoption late they are weekend. >> christa: during hurricane sandy, they were talking about the role of social media and reuniting pets. we have a lot more to come in the next half hour. including the latest on the track of mavpt you. the storm already doing a lot of damage in florida. >> chris: the latest on that and the weekend forecast across new england coming up. >> kris: a wild scene in auburn. a van careens into a home. a van careens into a home. now special interests that oppose question 2 claim district schools lose money to charter schools. that's "absurd," says the boston herald. "outright lies," reports the lowell sun. charter schools "don't siphon off state dollars" from traditional schools, says the boston globe. in fact, public schools get more money. the truth is question 2 will give parents more choices and result in more funding for public education.
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wind speeds about 120 miles per hour. lots of destruction. >> reporter: hurricane matthew is now just towards the northeast, east of us. we are already starting to feel the wrath with wind gusts of more than 60 miles per hour. and pretty soon, as the storm progresses, we are going to be getting the back end of the storm with more rain and wind expected. take a look at where i'm standing. you can get a look at some of the damage and the debris we are seeing here on daytona beach. the roof of this building is partially blown off. you can see the debris in front of this building as well. as you can tell, by some of this damage, this storm is from over. sunrise but no slowdown in hurricane matthew's assault on the sunshine state. >> let's remember the storm has only passed half our state. this is not over. >> the eye expected to move dangerously close to shore. as the storm marches northward along florida's east coast. bringing the heavy rain at high tide and raising the risk and fears of catastrophic
and the worst effects are still likely to come. >> reporter: overnight, hurricane matthew battered florida. the massive storm bringing damaging winds and drenching rain. somewhatlessened with the eye remaining well off-shore. still at times, wind gusts were so strong, first responders had to get themselves to safety. power lines ripped from their poles across the region. transformers exploding, leaving hundreds of thousands without power. meti the storm in shelters. hundreds of pets housed with their owners, still unsure when they will be able to go home. hurricane matthew forecasted to skirt the coast of georgia and south carolina into the weekend. the meteorologists say off-shore doesn't mean any less dangerous. >> if you are in an area that has been told to evacuate and the authorities are telling you that you still have time to evacuate, i want to personally plead with you to get out right now.
risk. as hurricane matthew churns in the atlantic. and the effects of this storm can be felt all the way to tall hassey. that is how big this storm is. earlier, we were reporting that it covered an area larger than the state of texas. meantime, here in florida, there is a curfew in place that started at midnight. it lasts until 7:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. back to you. >> kris: you mentioned the curfew there. i saw a you. have you noticed most people are adhering to this curfew? there is another truck behind you again are. people... some of them ignoring this curfew? >> yeah. some people are ignoring the curfew. and it goes against everything that local officials are saying. this is so dangerous. i mean, many of the people we are seeing here are media people. even so, it is dangerous for us. when we were driving, when we were driving to another live
that we were driving through. we actually had to back up and turn around. we were worried that the hood of our truck was going to hit the windshield. you have to stay inside. >> christa: hopefully, you can get to some shelter as well. sarah rosario, live in daytona beach, florida. that would scare me as well. seeing that flying debris around. >> kris: they have to be careful as she mentioned. >> christa: absolutely. obviously, this is going to be a factor for many people. not just in today but tonight and into the day tomorrow. let's continue our team coverage with chris lambert. >> chris: that is exactly right, kris. we just showed you on daytona beach, this is eye of the hurricane. occasionally, you have seen the back edge work close to daytona. over to port orange as well as
when this back edge, this western eye wall comes ashore. we saw that down near cape canaveral. winds gusting over one hundred miles an hour. pretty good bet that in this band, we are approaching hurricane-force wind gufss. there is the hundred-mile-per-hour gusts off-shore here. as it moves up the coastline, any wobble to the west that brings in that outer ring here that you can see of the eye wall, the western edge of eye wall, you produce those strong winds. also, in. you notice how these bands are spiraling. back into northern florida. the tornado threat is increasing across north florida. up into georgia as some of the cells exhibit rotation as they work. in very common on this tropical system. storm surge an issue. we are going see that roll in through st. augustine. we saw that down through port orange. six to nine-foot storm surge a possibility also.
charleston up through wilmington, we have a four to six-foot storm surge that we do expect with this storm. but that is not going to occur until the hurricane itself moves closer to the south carolina coastline. we will take that... it will take until tomorrow morning into tomorrow afternoon. then it starts to weaken and eventually back down to the south. will this have any impact on the forecast? we will talk more ahead. hr people are without power. and so far, one person has died. >> kris: president obama says we are still on the front end of this storm. our team coverage continues with nancy chen who is live in the newsroom with the very latest. >> nancy: kris and christa, we got a new update. the latest number just in to our newsroom. nearly a million people now without power in florida. 24 million people are under a storm watch or warning. and the first hurricane-related death has now been confirmed.
coast. debriss toed around the roads. heavy metal flung across empty streets as hurricane matthew moves along the florida coast. waves crashing on to beaches with relentless wind. the tide taking over northth from there at st. augustine beach. president obama from the white house urging people to obey orders from local officials to evacuate. saying storm surge is now the top concern. >> many of you will remember hurricane sandy. thought this doesn't look as bad as we thought. and then suddenly, you get massive storm surge, and a lot of people were severely affected. report tt death toll jumped again this morning. crews began to survey the devastation. reaching nearly 500 in haiti alone. the first death in florida related to hurricane matthew was also confirmed this morning. a woman who died from a heart
crews ceased operations because of treacherous conditions. . >> it could be the worst part of this is still to come. i mean, look, i'm really concerned about jacksonville. i'm really concerned about nassau. because you know, over ten-foot storm surge, on top of that, the waves. that is a low-lying area on top the fact that we still have the potential for a direct hit >> christa: now, clearly, the governor of south carolina giving an update a short time ago. urging residents there to evacuate. if they have not done so already. likewise, evacuationss are now under way in savannah, georgia. nancy chen, 7 news. >> kris: all right, nancy. thanks for the update. to track the latest on hurricane matthew's path, go to our web site, whdh.com. you can always download the mobile and tablet app so you have the information and updates while you are on the go. >> christa: right now,
two people were rushed to the hospital after a car rolls into a home. this happened after a van that was parked up the street rolled right there into the front steps. . >> it was bizarre. a bizarre way to wake up. >> reporter: jonathan can't believe happened really happened here on sunset road in arlington this morning. when a run-away van slammed into the stairs outside his house. >> it was a chimney sweep van. that i gue there. and the ebrake, from what i have heard, the ebrake didn't stick. and the van rolled. unattended. yeah. so just basically, ghosts drove itself down here. >> reporter: he says talk about a close call. his wife had just left for work minutes before the crash. >> my wife had just left, you know, for work. the bus stop is right up the street. she could have been walking
who knows? >> reporter: building inspector was busy checking out the damage while plils were still piecing together all the details of what happened. >> justs a very strange, strange incident. it is such a quiet street. it is such... it is hard to con them plalt how something could crash into these stairs. >> reporter: incredibly no, one was seriously hurt here. >> it is a little bit of an inconvenience. hopefully, everybody is all right. >> reporter: adjusters have been police are still investigating. they do say that the injuries here are considered non-life-threatening. in arlington, steve cooper, 7 news. >> christa:s a scary situation out of auburn. where police say a father dressed up as a clown and then followed middle-school students home. kids were frightened. parents outraged. more from auburn where the man is facing criminal charges.
is now facing criminal charges. police say he followed a school bus and students at a bus stop, scaring the kids so much they hid under a nearby back yarpd deck to avoid him. officers say it turns out the man was a parent of one of the kids on the bus. >> the fact that you are driving with a mask on, you know what i mean? behind a car. right? by yourself. and following a school bus of all things. put the elements together. it is scary without even looking at the mask. add the mask to it? not an appropriate thing. >> reporter: darcy cook's son was so upset he didn't go to school on wednesday. >> i was pretty freaked out. a lot of my friends were freaked out now. two days ago, it was, like, crazy. everyone was talking about the scary clowns. >> reporter: other parents say their children told them about the incident. they are left wondering why someone would do something like. this. >> i was concerned. you know,. asking more questions as to
thing. according to what i know, you know, he is following the bus. that would give kids a little different perspective. >> reporter: auburn police are seeking charges of disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace in this case. while they are working out these charges, they are not identifying the man. in auburn, 7 news. >> kris: at least four coaches at north attleborough high school have resigned following a practice drill that some thought was inappropriate. team was asked to perform an exercise known as the bear crawl. in a statement, the school superintendent would only say the drill caused confusion and concern and that the situation did not reflect the core values of the district. reaction from the people outside of the school, well, it was mixed. >> it is a little messed up. he singled out one girl. >> it is too bad. a bad situation. that it had to come to that. >> kris: the team's head coach
outpouring of support from the community. the principal of the school declined to comment. >> christa: a deadly car crash killed a man. the crash happened off of 495 south in middleborough late thursday night. we are told the vehicle veered off the road and hit a tree. before catching fire. we have more news now. columbian president is the winner of this year's nobel peace prize. he was awarded for his efforts, trying to bring peace to colombia following mth the revolutionary armed forces. >> kris: still ahead, hurricane matthew is on a deadly path along the coast of florida where the eye of the storm is headed. >> christa: we are headed to cleveland circle to try out fresh asian-inspired cuisine. for what's cooking today. stay with us. joe plaia: every three days, someone in
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all the wail up into savannah, georgia into the next 12 hours or so. the issue will be a storm surge across southeastern florida. this continues its track along the south carolina coastline. if not just to the south here. producing a lot of wind, rain, and storm surge through south carolina. then fading back offer to the east. this morning? another cool start this morning. 35 in boston. 8 in bedford. 5 in boston. the recovery has been nothing short of amazing. spectacular weather outside this afternoon. low humidity in place. temperatures running into the lower 70's from bed to norwood. a little bit cooler in boston. on-shore wind at 66 degrees. pretty easy to take, though, here in october. beautiful weather settling in for the afternoon. we will finish off with
south of new england. a little moisture gets pulled up along this front. it may slow down the front a little bit. we will hold on to the clouds the longest down through southeastern massachusetts. this forecast model says it is still raining at 5:00 p.m. on sunday across eastern massachusetts. that may be pessimistic here. i would say at least the chance for showers in the morning. a decent shot of getting some drying out in the afternoon on sunday. other than that, the weekend is fine. most of saturday is on the dry side. monday ok building back in. blue skies. 70-77 this afternoon. coolest at the coastline. clear to partly cloudy skies tonight. 40 in the cooler suburbs. mid-50's in boston. the forecast for tomorrow, increasing clouds. late-day shower. not out of the possibility here. we do expect a better chance overnight and as we get into the overnight hours and into sunday morning. the current foliage starting to pop up there in northern new england. if you are making a trek northbound this weekend, it
saturday. sunday and monday are dry. a little bit cooler. across northern new england. there is the forecast. coolest at the coastline tuesday, wednesday, and perhaps even thursday. of next week. we are close to seasonal levels. that will put us in the low to middle 60's. >> kris: coming up, we are trying out some tasty fresh
chef marlow runs the kitchen. at 21 years old, he is constantly coming up with unique and creative dishes for you to try. >> the first thing you need to do is marinate the steak. chili sauce and worcestershire sauce. put this together. >> sarah: time to marinate. >> i use top-round sirloin. put it in the fridge. let that sit for about four hours. >> sarah: now grill that steak. >> two minutes. then turn it clockwise. two minutes. flip it over. do the same thing. >> sarah: grill the pineapple. >> all right. take it off. put it on the resting rack for a few minutes. the pineapple will be done. we will pull this off and we will make the salad dressing.
the garlic clove. >> sarah: chopped cilantro. >> i love cilantro. >> me too. mixed greens. cilantro, basil. you don't want to leave the thai basil. and mint. oh, yeah. i love mint. you do twice around the bowl. with your sauce dressing. you get a little bit of >> sarah: garnish with black and white sesame seeds. that is what's cooking. that is amazing. >> thank you. >> sarah: the mint, the meat, the marinade. i'm sarah french, 7 news. >> christa: very nice. up next, a look at the conditions in florida. a final check on the papt of
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>> christa: we are back with you tracking hurricane matthew on this friday. this is
the scene in florida. as it continues to hit the state. you can see how strong the winds are blowing debris every twrchlt trees. a million customers are without power right now. overnight, rescuers received several calls of trees falling on to homes. no injuries have been reported, though. >> kris: very tough. we will keep our fingers crossed. chris lambert, you have been tracking this storm.
>> chris: yeah. this will come close to the georgia coast and south carolina coast as well. florida is pretty much done with the storm. we have a long way to go in the united states. from northeastern florida, georgia, and through south carolina over the next 12-24 hours. sunny warm day for us. a little cooler along the immediate coastline. do expect some showers to work in saturday night into sunday morning. with some moisture sneebing up the coast. matthew will stay well to the south. in terms of theen circulation. in fact, it will loop back around down toward the bahamas sometime early next week. for us, temperatures in the
60's throughout much of next week. >> kris: 30 tuesday night. >> christa: i know. it has been a roller-coaster: hasn't it?
in new hampshire, maggie hassan cut taxes for small businesses, protected education... created jobs. in washington,
what's kelly ayotte done? voted to cut college grants, cut medicare. for millionaires and big oil. that's what the koch brothers and big corporate interests wanted. they're spending millions supporting ayotte. kelly ayotte's not working for us.
>> chad: sonny. hey, just wait. just wait. >> sonny: what? >> chad: give me a sec-- >> sonny: no, chad, we have nothing to talk about. >> chad: look, i know you're upset-- >> sonny: we have nothing to talk about. >> chad: look, it was business, all right? it wasn't personal. >> sonny: it wasn't personal? i asked you-- i practically begged you, as a friend, not to make that deal, but you did it anyway. how is that not personal? >> chad: what was i supposed to do, okay? and you would have done the same thing in my position. >> sonny: no, i wouldn't have. if i was in your position, i would have reminded myself that friendship takes precedence over greed. and i would have reminded myself that my business and my son would have been just fine... >> chad: sonny-- >> sonny: without screwing me over. >> chad: stop yelling. >> sonny: no, i am done. you wouldn't listen to me. now i'm returning the favor. >> theo: did you heard that? roman said that john's meeting those bastards in 30 minutes to wire them money.