and early this morning and this weather system said hold on, mr. reiner, so we've seen showers and downpours and thunderstorms flare up south of long island. so this is morning north, moving up the 95 corridor, moving fast. weather system out of here mid to late morning. it's not an all-day thing. but if you're heading out this morning, grab the rain gear because we'll have showers and downpours. if you're heading out the the next 30, 45 minutes around the metro you don't need the rain gear. it spills north into boston 6:30, by noon, already moving away. for the afternoon, sun will come out and it's a warm and somewhat humid day with temperatures between 69 and 75 with a southwesterly breeze 7-14 miles an hour. boston this afternoon expected to finish in the lower 70s. "7 news today in new england" begins now. >> christa: 5:00 a.m. this morning, with heavy hearts students return to class following the sudden death of a classmate. how this teen is being remembered this morning. >> jadiann: overnight, two kansas city firefighters killed when a burning building
ohio v. reiner, where the state made its trangs ax al. this court addressed that embedded and discrete federal issue. >> mr. duncan, isn't it similar when justice scalia used the controlled language, louisiana supreme court used similar language. it's dictated by teague. it's only dictated by teague because they've chosen to make it dictated by teague, but once that choice has been made, all outcomes are dictated by teague. it's the same issue. >> well, we think -- we agree with that. we think it's binding, quote, unquote, binding within the meaning of binding federal law because the state has chosen to do it and it's never shown that it wouldn't do it. so we -- we think that -- look, if the court disagrees with us on that -- >> ohio versus reiner which you just cited, was there any other way in which the state could have obtained review of the state supreme court's erroneous determination that the witness in question there did not have a fifth amendment privilege because she said that she didn't commit the crime? >> i don't think so. because this -- >> do you think that's not
jeremy reiner. good morning, j.r. >> jeremy: good morning. whoa, it's cold. boston at 39. beverly 29. norwood 24. there's frost on the windshields, frost on the pumpkin. you don't have to scrape the frost off mr. jack-o'-lantern. through the morning a mix of clouds and sunshine. a cool day but there won't be wind. anytime you can get flew a cool or cold day without wind. not bad. tomorrow cloudy for the morning commute then rain showers arrive tomorrow evening from this storm of the remains from hurricane patricia will work across the northeast. i don't think it's an overwhelming storm for us. an inch of rain possible around the metro. isolated 2 inches through southwest new hampshire, worcester hills. winds will be feisty late tomorrow evening and overnight tomorrow night gusting out of the southeast 20-40 miles an hour. because it is an overnight tropical storm, it's minor travel disruption. maybe showers tomorrow evening but the buckle of the rainfall -- bulk of the rainfall out of here before the thursday morning rush. with leaves down on the streets, storm drains may be clogged.
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