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the evening. >> shiri: fog at vineyard and tough to get out of the picture and dense fog here for hour this morning. not really an issue for the rest of southern new england. but here you can see the forecast for lawrence, one of the spots dealing with some on and off rain, cooler temperatures only highs in the early and mid-afternoon. and then, of course, some areas south of boston barely seeing any rain drops at all and future cast and get bigger picture what to plan around today and that's coming up shortly. catherine back now with live drive time traffic. >> catherine: medford still jammed up and zoom in over here
newton and also on the expressway you're still jammed up and accident that we are following, route 30 commonwealth ave, serious accident involving pedestrian there so working to give more info on that and drive times for you, route 1 still in the read half hour, 495 to leverett connector, 36 minutes 128 from route 1 to the weston tolls 47 minute ride. >> indians have done it before. tough play. cubs win the world series. >> >> daniel: 108 years and ten innings. >> catherine: celebration in locker room and street that went well into the early morning hour. >> daniel: going to be very tired cubs fans heading to work and gene lavanchy has look back at historic win. >> gene: couldn't blame the cubs fans to call in sick or for that matter shut down the city.
extra innings, rain delay and here is how it all went down. cubs look like they were going to runaway with it. david age 39 oldest player to have a home run and six-three cubs and indians show flair and come right back down six-four and bottom of the eighth, and chapman over and out and sox two-run home and her game tied at six and lebron james loving it cleveland. bottom of the tenth ben zobrist shoot one into left field. actually not ben zobrist but that is. base hit to center in the bottom of the tenth inning and makes one-one and struck again. but not enough. indians go quietly. yes, ground up by michael
cubs win game seven in thriller eight-seven in ten and meaning another ring for sox gm -- former sox gm theo epstein. >> i want to thank everyone that put on cubs uniform and ever rooted for the cubs 108 years of love and support and patience waiting for team like this to make it happen on night like this and you guys are all world champs tonight and couldn't be >> gene: world series droughts for most iconic franchises. he put together red sox team that ended 86 year drought back in 2004 and despite the game being in cleveland cubs fans celebrate in chicago like they hasn't won world series in 108 years. overnight in wrigley people seen dancing on top of trucks, beaming despite all the crowd and so far that everyone behaved themselves. police not reporting any arrest
of course, we remember what that's like to finally grab the long awaited world series championship after a long drought. as mentioned theo was the guy that orchestrated that here and now that he has done it in chicago, maybe he will go right to coopers down. theo epstein might be awake this morning as well. gene lavanchy, fox25. >> daniel: and 108-year-old new hampshire fan that stayed up late to watch the historic win. >> catherine: police searching for suspect that's harassing a family with racial slurs. they found watermelon and fried chicken on front lawn. jessica reyes live in derry where they hope surveillance video will lead to arrest. jess? >> jessica: upsetting and
responsible and this has all been happening because it is white and son is black. 3:00 in the morning headlights in derry. car slows and speeds back up. >> only usual activity surveillance camera recorded overnight and wonders if it is connected to what she discovered hours later when she left for work. >> when i woke and up went into the car to somebody egged my car, thrown watermelon at my car and fried chicken. >> jessica: third time jackie targeted in less than two weeks and it is because she is white and seven-year-old son is not. jackie has asked u.s. -- us not to identify him. >> never thought at seven we would have to deal with it but he is awesome and standing
guy. >> jessica: first inton october 21st and someone etched racial slur in edge of jackie's car. days later piece from saw horse had same slur written on it. they lived in derry the past five years and she says she will not be intimidated and not going anywhere. >> i love it here. it is a wonderful place. i think whoever is doing this is absolute minority. >> jessica: security system and continues here in derry but meantime people asking anyone with information to give them a call. live in derry, new hampshire, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> daniel: big show of support in boston for family of mentally ill man killed by police. terence coleman's mom was at last night's rally. the group mass action against police brutality organized event and calling for the officers who shot him to be arrested and charged with murder.
crowd. >> justice needs to be served and kill my nephew and from the mother. >> daniel: son wasn't armed but police say he charged at them with knife and that's why they shot and killed him inside his home early sunday morning. those officers are on paid leave >> catherine: jurors are expected to hear the last of gary lee sampson's conviction. his retrial started yesterday and his lawyers are blaming childhood brain when killed three men including 19-year-old jonathan rizzo and sentenced and convicted to death and judge threw out death penalty because juror didn't disclose she was a domestic abuse survivor during the selection process. now the entire penalty phase of the case is being reheard which has been tough on the families of the victims. >> it is hard. it is hard for all of us. been through all of this already and 13 years now since he has been convicted and go through this all again.
of us. >> trying to prove the brain injury with nasty fall when he was four is to blame and told the jury sampson's brain is fine even outsmart the victims and quickly gain the trust before murdering them. >> daniel: $10,000 reward for disappearance of weymouth man who was last seen in cayman islands more than a year ago and a half ago. norman lee got separated from his wife when they were snorkeling and they looked calling off the search. he is a comic book artist who worked on avengers and spiderman and x-men books. >> catherine: tighten down the hope stretch and four battle ground states now within the margin of error. donald trump ahead out west in nevada and arizona. over on eastern side of the country hillary clinton maintaining small leads in florida and pennsylvania.
against the clock to win over undecided voters. >> we got to be nice and cool, nice and cool. stay on point, donald. stay on point. >> what would it be like to have a president who pits people against each other. we really don't have to guess. we just have to look at everything he has said and done. >> both campaigns will make the final stops in new hampshire within the next week. manchester, localis and nashua today. trump will be in manchester tomorrow and monday. president obama and chelsea clinton will also be making stops in granite state to rally for clinton. >> daniel: trump campaign booked three commercial spots, clinton booked four. market price for game exceeds $500,000 but campaigns paid less. new this hour the gap has closed in new hampshire.
now edging out hick by a single point. that's well within the survey's margin of error but still the first time that republican has led in the state in months. people hold unfavorable view of clinton than they do donald trump. good news for senate race as well. incumbent kelly ayotte holds six-point lead over democratic challenger maggie hassan. that race considered key in determining which party will control the u.s. senates. everything you need to know and live team coverage on tuesday. join us starting at 4:00 p.m. and stick with us throughout the night. we will have the results on both presidential and bowl raises as well as the hotly contested ballot questions. >> catherine: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. want to give you look at drive times on pike. it is going to take you 37 minutes. route 9 half hour, 26 minutes there. route 1615 minutes. shiri? >> shiri: best bet for showers today is going north into
massachusetts. we got on and off rain that will continue, boston getting another wave this afternoon and kind of hard to find the rain drops in southeastern massachusetts and look at when to plan around the rain today when we come back. >> daniel: easier than ever to help moms with premature and sick babies. offering them incr joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests.
$1,700 more for prescriptions... while protecting tax breaks for the wall street banks and big oil companies that fund her campaign. fred: kelly ayotte sold us out. britt: with kelly ayotte, it's all politics. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore. vo: senate majority pac is responsible
>> catherine: reebok announced
plans to move from canton to boston and biggest corporate location to the hub in years and impact more than 700 employees, many of which the company says already live in boston and reebok parent company adidas says it is to attract younger consumers and adidas plans to put the 60-acre campus on the market when it is >> daniel: logan airport came in toward bottom as busiest airports in the country and of those 30 logan comes in at number 18 and boston's airport gained points where proximity to the city and public transportation. flight delays cancellations and parking help to bring its rating further down. >> catherine: safety regulators want auto regulators
honda needs to come up with way to fix the cars and suggest hiring private investigators to service trucks into neighborhoods to make repairs on the spot and more than 300,000 hondas and acuras have 50% chance of respect during in crash. catherine: this morning uber taking ride hailing app down new road. they have redesigned and intended to make the process of requesting a ride faster. now you can request a ride to app sends location request and then sets up ride to take through and bigger change up front pricing and arrival time prediction up to next level of service before you book a ride. >> daniel: dress code change. cadet attending north university in vermont while wearing hajjad and change the rules to
every other cadet but she does stand out the. >> people stopped me and said what you're doing is so cruel or thank you for what you're doing, it is really opening minds of everyone. >> daniel: hoping encourage other muslim woman to follow the footsteps into the military. >> catherine: 9:17 and start with the big map, south of the city still pretty slow on 128 as you trite to work your way north. also on expres and accident and route 30 comm ave which is impacting pedestrian we are told. now north of the city you could see really slow there as you go from lexington into waltham and jammed up in medford and somerville on 93. taking look at drive times, pike 35 minutes, on the expressway it is going to take you about half hour, 93 from 495 to the leverett connector. 37 minute ride. >> daniel: meteorologist shiri spear joins us right now. shiri, we had few sprinkles this morning. >> we did.
quickly, feeling drive home when we go north it is going to get into the clouds, soggy day ahead and anyone traveling south of boston, you're kind of in for another mild day. not that much sun but you could see so far the rainfall totals have been pretty low, couple hundreds of inch of rain in boston and five/100 of inch in rain in southern new hampshire and southern new hampshire, go over the board and her suddenly get into the misty soggy forecast. we got just couple sprinkles now shifting through the worcester into new hampshire but as we get into new york state you could see that there is kind of whole other side to this whole thing and that's what's going to shift through the area here this afternoon. so right now at 55 in boston, 57 in plymouth, look at this plymouth 57? right now. we have got some breaks in the clouds. i'm not going to promise you full sun today. you could see that we stay mostly to partly cloudy and kind of tough to squeeze out rain drops. i do want you to be on the
commute for couple hit or miss showers. temperature well into the sixties again this afternoon. but then you go into manchester, new hampshire, only 50? right now. we got clouds, sprinkles around and got that all day for threat for showers ending between about four and 5:00 p.m. and then dry out the evening but because of the clouds and showers, it doesn't warm up as much, so going to be about ten? cooler in southern new hampshire with only middle 50s. 60 in boston, 60 in worcester today, that's kind of middle point and then see the real warm air massachusetts. future cast time this all out for you here because by noon time focus of a lot of those showers that you could see new york right now up into new hampshire but western massachusetts starting to see the tail side of this whole thing. that gets between worcester and boston between about one and 2:00 this afternoon and not the
slow things down by 7:00, 8:00 this evening, we are done and start to partially clear out when you wake up tomorrow morning we are still going to have lingering clouds around up into southern new hampshire, central vermont, even got a couple flurries early tomorrow morning and we clear out and we big time cooldown and on top of that we will have wind routes and 7-day forecast with weekend always in view and 55? high tomorrow and let's talk about weekend forecast, saturday with few more breaks of sun and s going to run partly cloudy and chance for quick flurry or spritz over the weekend. most of you stay dry. it is not at all worth changing weekend plans. can see about 52 in boston saturday and sunday drop to 50 and few more clouds around keeping things dry early next week, a little chilly and overnight rain from tuesday into wednesday. back to you. >> new details this morning for the case of 70-year-old woman
what we know that she did what we know that she did quickly to free herself and get help within minutes of the quickly to free herself and get massachusetts' newspapers rarely agree, but they do on question 2. they agree opponents have run a "campaign of misinformation" to spread "fear through white, affluent neighborhoods." they agree in the suburbs question 2 will have "no impact on their schools and their children." they agree it will provide vital "choices for urban parents" and help reduce "the achievement gap." question 2 is join leading newspapers and governor baker
in voting yes on 2. what's kelly ayotte costing you? you're paying more for prescription medicines. and governor baker kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte.
joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides
with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare. vo: kelly ayotte voted to cut medicare and cost seniors up to $1,700 more for prescriptions... while protecting tax breaks for the wall street banks and big oil companies that fund her campaign. fred: kelly ayotte sold us out. britt: with kelly ayotte, it's all politics. vo: senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> catherine: foods to blame
>> reporter: foods found from grocery store and fast food pizza and school cafeteria also to blame and food making up half -- food making up half of the kids daily sodium intake includes pizza, mexican dishes, soups, savory snacks and cheese. new study out today looked at eating habits of more than 2,000 american children. researchers say preference for salty foods developed life continues into adulthood with greater risk for cardiovascular problems and average salt intake for kids was around 3200 milligrams per day, not including salt added at table and doctors recommend 2,000 milligrams per day and study also found that the mostun healthiest or saltiest meal of the day was dinner. reporting live in washington, jacqueline fell, fox25 news. >> daniel: for the first time
link between football and degenerative brain disease. they found longer players play the game the greater risk of permanent damage. they studied the brains of 66 pro and college football players along with 60 nonathletes and found the players -- football players showed signs of cte. cte can lead to other conditions. one out of every four adults in ma obese. we came in at number 48 on the list of fattest states according to wallet hub. only new jersey, colorado and utah ranked higher. despite that ranking massachusetts adult obesity rate offered around 25%. >> catherine: breast milk can be lifesaving for premies. making it easier for moms to donate and prescreened moms can drop off milk to the hospital
milk screened and pasteurized and tested before being dispensed to 70 hospitals in ten states across the northeast. local moms we talked to say they are willing to help. >> i have bit of oversupply and this guy opportunity take bottles. i figured pump while we can and help out some more little babies. >> catherine: screening process is modeled after blood donor screening process. need to be >> shiri: second wave of showers and breaking down the timeline of those coming up in ten. >> daniel: video surfaces of high school coach taking a shot off the body of one of the players. coming up why the coach says the incident isn't as it appears. >> reporter: beginning today
wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? every time a new charter opens, it takes money away from the regular public schools from students like mine. massachusetts schools already lose 400 million a year to charters and question two means we'll lose even more. we've got to stop taking from the 96 percent of kids who don't attend a charter school. if you believe every child deserves a great public education, vote no on question two. joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests.
$1,700 more for prescriptions... while protecting tax breaks for the wall street banks and big oil companies that fund her campaign. fred: kelly ayotte sold us out. britt: with kelly ayotte, it's all politics. joanne: she's not looking out for new
hampshire anymore. vo: senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> catherine: live look at boston and hazy start to the day out there and drizzle. >> i know you guys are fans of the temperatures out there. >> daniel: loved them.
weather conditions. tracking sprinkles mostly up into southern new hampshire. see westford, morris kind of getting just the northern fringe or southern fringe of boston, 55? and swing further inland out toward worcester, trying to pump out couple sprinkles right now, kind of falling apart as they come. so it is not going to cause any big travel delays there. going to see waves of showers pass over southern new hampshire really limiting the warm-up ther plymouth and falmouth right now and because you guys are dryer today, maybe catching couple more breaks in the clouds. temperatures there going to end up warmer. right in the middle we have boston and boston's forecast 57? next hour and 58 here at noon time today. we should get up close to 60? but notice 3:00 that's when kids are coming home from school and i have some rain showers around. wrapping up by 7:00 this evening, so particular you through to start time, end time to the showers where you live in
drive time traffic. >> catherine: south of the city here you could see still on the expressway pretty jammed up there and accident on the map and a little bit of good news, shifting up and still really slow between needham, newton, waltham, pike looking okay and jammed up in lexington and down 128 and 93 and taking look at drive times the pike 29 minutes route 923 minutes, route 16 going to take >> daniel: after more than a century chicago cubs champions. >> gene: two cities, two franchises that are just dying for world title and in the end it is worries did not disappoint and goes seven games and then some, extra innings in game seven to determine champion and it was a nail biter too. cubs looked like they were going to runaway with it.
homer in game seven of world series and he is retiring, six-three cubs and indians show a flair for come back, down six-four bottom of the eighth, rogie davis chapman over and out, two-run homer six-six and they are going bonkers in cleveland. ben zobrist shooting went past third down the line into left and cubs take the lead and eight-six and eight-seven in the bottom of the inning and grounds to third, grace bryant and 108 years of frustration now gone and eight-seven and president obama who can fan by the way immediately congratulated the cubs tweeting and happened and cubs win world series. want to come to the white house before i leave?
continues on line and gallery of celebration and posted right now on website. >> daniel: following breaking news in newton where person hit by a car on comm ave. michael henrich just got to the scene and, michael, what's going on where you are. >> spoke with newton police officer with newton police and witness to this accident that happened right here on wood vine street and commonwealth a you can see part of the road here on commonwealth is still closed. these are the westbound lanes here on commonwealth. there's one car according to police that was involved in this crash, a woman walking with her dog crossing the street, going from the north side of comm ave to the south side and unfortunately the car, suv that you see here did strike that
hospital. the police officer did not have her condition but the witness tells me that she was awake and alert and while injured was conscience and talking to the other witnesses who were calling 911 and getting her some help. we don't have the condition of the dog ready to report at this point and learned woman and dog were struck at this point. and working to give update how this woman is doing aer michael henrich, fox25 news. >> catherine: if you thought you avoided road construction by staying away get ready for this. >> daniel: major work begins here on 128 this weekend and tearing down the old highland avenue bridge and highlighted the old bridge sections here you see in blue. remnants of the old bridge will come down saturday -- starting
point. check out this map, newton, needham, anyone that drives 128, 95 in this stretch and northbound lanes 128 will be closed so take down the east side of the old bridge. saturday from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. 128 north and south we will both be closed at some point. from saturday night starting at six through sunday afternoon at 3:00, southbound lanes will be closed. >> catherine: mass dot says it is too dangerous to let people drive under the bridge. mass dot says just like with work on pike it is important to plan ahead and know your detours and know that's a lot to take in so we have all the suggested detours right now on website at fox25.com. >> daniel: two cyclist lost their lives at busy
people take their bikes to work in this location. >> jason: very busy during rush hour and see as many bicycles as you see cars here at inman square and point to the new signs advising all the motorists here of no longer legal left-hand turns. there's a series of these scenes now that are brand-new to the intersection because the city of cambridge now outlawed left-hand turns throughout the you the configuration of the intersection, why it is so dangerous. funny angles going to the intersection and see the big red arrows show where you can no longer legally make a left turn driving through inman square. the left turns that you can no longer make are hampshire street southbound on cambridge street eastbound, hampshire street northbound toward cambridge street westbound and then cambridge street westbound turning southbound. again, three turns you used to
today they are now illegal left-hand turns and talked to cyclists who traveled to the intersection everyday and they told us how dangerous it has been. >> my close calls sidsum, sorry i didn't see you mate. >> it is totally fine but i to get off bike and walk across. >> two cyclist deaths each month and woman killed last month and few months earlier man killed. dangerous intersection for cyclist and city of cambridge will study what the changes will
but streets surrounding the intersection to see if they will stay new laws. >> catherine: police say 18-year-old walking trying to catch a bus when car hit her. police originally said it happened at 10:30, and it was two hours earlier and last check the woman was in critical condition. the driver was not facing any charges. >> daniel: crash scene tuesday on route 111 in salem, new hampshire. say todd girly flew through stop sign hitting car head on and pushing that car into the car where riding passenger. she was killed. this morning her best friend is
they were coming back from funeral and held on $65,000 bail. >> catherine: driver swerved to avoid hitting deer off baldwin street and car exploded in ball of fire. driver sent to hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries. group of concerned citizens in brockton trying to clean up dirty needles in the arc angels and hundreds of dirty syringes from parks and school playground. 12-year-old daughter stumbled upon pile of needles tuesday while playing in park near the elementary school. >> i know not to go near them because it is not a good pleasant thing people do around here. it is bad. >> catherine: group says it
police officers. >> daniel: union representing firefighters say they are willfully understaffed and that became apparent in 2014 fire. six homes went up in flames and department didn't have enough resources to fight them all. >> didn't have the manpower to fight the fire in the house and remember the owner coming up to me and house burning and i said as soon we will do what we can. >> daniel: city leaders eighty three they are understaffed and hire two more firefighters in the spring. >> catherine: 9:40 now. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. give you look at drive times. pike will take you 28 minutes. expressway from the split to the pike 28 minutes. 128 from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. drive time coming down about 35 minutes right now.
woman won country music award and incredible performance as beyonce steals the show. >> catherine: learning much beyonce steals the show. >> catherine: learning much more about the ma massachusetts has many great public schools, and we took it for granted that our kids would go to great public schools. but some kids aren't so lucky. where they live, they don't go to a great school, and they have no choice. imagine if your kids were trapped in a failing school. public charter schools give parents a choice and are a pathway to success for these kids. if you like your school, question 2 won't affect you. but question 2 will change the future for thousands of kids who need your help. please join me and
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paying more for prescription medicines. kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and you.
every time a new charter opens, it takes money away from the regular public schools from students like mine. massachusetts schools already lose 400 million a year to charters and question two means we'll lose even more. we've got to stop taking from the 96 percent of kids who don't attend a charter school. at public education, vote no on question two. >> catherine: british high court ruled members of parliament have to vote whether to move on with brexit. lawsuit brought on by brexit opponents says parliament needs
teresa may plans to target article 50 by march allowing the u.k. to start the process. government lawyers says she doesn't need parliament's permission to take the action. citizens voted in favor of brexit in june. >> daniel: officers staying vigilant following the deadly ambush of two officers in iowa. man suspected of killing and shooting two iowa police officers as they sat in the patrol cars has had several run-ins with police this is a picture of 46-year-old scott michael green holding confederate flag and u.s. flag. this is right before he was asked to leave high school football game. after being asked to leave the game green posted video on youtube of confrontation with police. take a listen. >> committed a crime.
recorded. >> have i committed a crime? >> you're on school property and ask you to leave at this time. >> daniel: two officers were killed, officer justin martin and sergeant tony reached out yesterday to boston police and they say there are no local links to the attacks and no incredible threats against local officers at this >> catherine: bill cosby's attorneys asking to throw out sexual assault charges. cosby's attorneys trying to block testimony he gave in woman sexual battery and woman's defamation lawsuit and length of time passed and any testimony would be inaccurate because of errors in memory. >> daniel: california high school football coach underfire after caught on video doing a
wasn't alcohol but rather maple syrup and part of celebration after student won pancake award for most blocks in october game. one parent says she thinks the school may have been too harsh on shim key. >> i think it is inappropriate and to have a say in it and celebrate something having fun. >> the school says they take all allegations against staff seriously investigating the incident. >> catherine: one last look at how roads are going to do. start north of the city and still pretty slow there on 128 go between burlington and waltham, still jammed up on 93 in medford as you approach somerville and pike doing okay for the most part. 128 as you go north, clear out, a little bit slow as you approach newton, jammed up in quincy and milton. taking look at drive times 128 to the tobin bridge, 15 minutes, 93 from 495 to leverett
>> daniel: clouds out there, shiri. seems like the sun might be challenged trying to get through them. >> shiri: dismal and gray. what would you call it? >> daniel: dank. >> catherine: mild temps. bright side. >> shiri: let's be positive here. going to be warm this afternoon, especially areas south of boston. the fact that we have rain in the forecast is not bad. drought monitor gets updated once aee at 8:30 this morning and improvements over southeastern mass and extreme drought shrinking by 10% in massachusetts. so taking step in the right direction. southeastern does not get a lot of rain and trace amounts out there and boston could end up with one or two/ten inch of rain and i have a feeling that's a little bit of overestimate but highest totals quarter to half inch of rain coming in from new hampshire. new hampshire right now got a
cooler because closer to that front, further south you go the warmer it will be here this afternoon and today. future cast through noon time you could see the rain showers focused over southern new hampshire between one and two we got showers popping up between boston and worcester and we are going to continue together scattered showers, not raining whole time here this afternoon and scattered showers through the evening commute and that's what you see here at 5:00 p.m. on the screen. slight risk some of those will make into southeastern massachusetts but evening i say rain for good start the process of slowly clearing out. highs today about 60 in boston, 60 in worcester, go south we have mid-60s in spots like plymouth and norwood, even 67 in new bedford but then you go north and got lawrence at only 57?, 58 in beverly, middle 50s in southern new hampshire, so that's where it is a cooler kind
limited to 50? and we have cool winds as well that we are dealing with tomorrow, see direction of that, pulling in cool canadian air here. and winds that will be gusting anywhere teens through the 20s here tomorrow afternoon. so no doubt going to be talking about wind chills with you here when i'm back on friday. anyhow, today 64? but only mid-50s here tomorrow. we got partly cloudy skies. let's focus on weekend though because the weekend going to start out with morning temperatures in the 20s and would go with that as pick of the weekend because it is a little bit brighter, a little bit warmer. i have to point out both days a slight risk of shower and that's in the form of either flurry or quick little sprinkle, north of you going to stay dry here, 49? on sunday, sunday is day daylight saving time ends and sun coming up here at 6:24 sun
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spend free time being ceo's. the twins from the bronx have own bottled water company. they wanted to help kids make healthier food choices. >> made it strong because kids don't drink a lot of water and don't see it just for them. >> catherine: hire company to bottle water and they deliver to delis. >> daniel: david ortiz beer called big hopi and only available at boston brewery and 541 bottles will be for sale, one for each honoring -- each big papi through 19 year career and all the money raised will go to the david ortiz children's fund.
newbury street. wide receiver opening up a pop-up shop called je11 at 144 newbury and open today through sunday and first 50 people get boston edition bag and this isn't his first into fashion and has been the lifestyle collect face since last year glucose there could be conflict of interest involving transit company tapped to bring back late night according to herald david block owns stake in the company. right now he is in preliminary talks to now defunct night service. bridge was hired by the "t" in february and say he had no role in the bridge proposal. >> catherine: song writer
winning tune was humble and kind song was inspired by prayer she wrote for children. she won a grammy earlier this year and stars like faith hill and hunter hayes. >> catherine: beyonce joined country trio covered song while on the tour. beyonce not the first pop star to take the cma stage. they performed with chris stapleton. pretty cool. >> daniel: final check of forecast. >> reporter: >> shiri: cool as well and showers keeping things cool and boston itself and talking widely scattered showers here coming in between two and five or two and 6:00 this afternoon. we got tomorrow slowly clearing out and going to be breezy at 55? and over the weekend high
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