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and our hearts and not to the pundits and the naysayers. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message, and i ask for your vote. >> christa: 7news is in storm force mode on this monday. this is a live look at the wind howling in sandwich. we have a blizzard warning, a coastal flood warning and schools closed on this early monday morning. >> sarah: and our traffic tracker is in plymouth now, marshall hook will have the latest on your morning commute for us coming up. all right. good morning, everybody. thanks for staying us with. i'm sarah french. >> christa: and i'm christa delcamp. we will get to the "today show" shortly. first an update on the winter storm. it is bearing down on new england. >> sarah: we have a team of and the wind. so let's begin with meteorologist jeremy reiner. >> jeremy: and here is the blizzard warning for the day.
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cape and the islands, city of boston, worcester, fitchburg, gloucester, winter storm warning today. the storm is with us right now. in fact, the wind has arrived ahead of the snow in the city of boston, very windy right now, it's cold wind, as well. snow starts... arrived on the cape about 6:00 a.m. it's working up the south shore within the city of boston within next one to two hours. it will be the heaviest later this morning up until mid-afternoon and then lighter snows this evening and overnight tonight, but the concern this go around compared to friday, we have an astronomical high tide and a lot of wind some there may be some moderate coastal flooding at that 11:00 a.m. high tide. doppler radar showing a narrow band of heavy snow on the cape and the islands. it's having a hard time advancing north. the air is dry here in the city of boston, but there are reports of some flurries plymouth, carver, and this continues to work north. so that snow will find its way up into metro boston within next couple hours. probably about three hours from now southern new hampshire. here is the storm. power house storm. even though it's out over the
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has such a reach that it can reach all the way up into southern new england for a time today as well as early this evening. so your storm time line moves the snow quickly up across the south shore and enter the metro boston later this morning. the heaviest snow is mid-day through the middle of the afternoon, and then patchy, lighter snow this evening and overnight tonight, and then it's all gone by 7:00 tomorrow morning. gone meaning the storm is over, but here to stay, the snow, we have a cold week. so 5 to 9 inches of snow is what you can expect by tomorrow morning around the met row. 'd plan on around 6 or 7 inches of snow in boston proper by tomorrow morning. higher amounts out on cape ann, merrimack valley, 5 to 9 inches of snow, worcester about 6, 7 inches of snow, look like the south shore will have nose snow, close to a foot of snow. chris? >> chris: j.r., it's dryer snow than the last storm for most of us. that's thanks to cold air in place. for most of us now, we're okay. things will l go down hill
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late afternoon. that's when we'll get the bulk of the snow. the snow will continue overnight tonight and gusty strong winds continuing this morning into early this afternoon at times 50 to 60mph. strongest gusts down through the cape and the islands. because of that northeasterly wind pushing ocean watered toward the coastline and down through the south shore, the cape and nantucket, a celestial glad warning in effect from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. high tide close to 11:00. we'll likely see widespread minor coastal flooding along the south shore. the difference with this storm, with that cold air getting dragged in here late morning through the afternoon, i think for a lot of us temperatures falling into the low 20s. so it's a lower water content snow, it's a drier snow, easier to push around. however, right along the immediate coastline down through plymouth county, the cape and the islands, it stays wetter snow, at least through the early afternoon hours. but we do expect still some scattered power outages thanks to the strong gusty winds throughout the day. more on the forecast to "comedians in cars getting coffing" up in a bit. >> sarah: thanks, chris.
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east of worcester county are closed and non-emergency employees are being told to stay at home. >> christa: the gives urging people the stay off the roads today if you can. conditions are expected to be worse as you heard on the cape and the south shore. so let's head to sandwich and nicole nicole oliverio is right in the knick of it. it seems like the wind is the story where you are, nicole? >> nicole: the wind is not giving up, definitely persist, especially right off the water here in sandwich. if you take a look just behind me, you can see already the white caps forming as these waves come crashing into the shore. the winds right now the major issue. you can see the snow that's mixing in that just makes the conditions a little bit more miserable to be out new york but it's the wind that's going to knock down the trees and power lines and that's going to cause the power outages. so even though we're going to see slow accumulation of snow even though the roads look all right and they might be all right to travel on, it's the winds that will give us the biggest problems down on the cape which is under a blizzard warning.
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snowfall totals by the time the storm is over at nearly a foot. for now that's the latest live in sandwich, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: all right, nicole. thank you. don't forget we'll be continuing to monitor conditions as this blizzard gets closer to us. ism we'll keep an eye on the roads and your morning commute, but we'll be back at 7:25 with another update. i took some as a souvenir. >> we're joined by denver bronco's linebacker demarcus ware. good morning. >> good morning. >> i don't know if it's a morning of continuation of your partying last night, but how does it feel to wake up super bowl champs? >> you know, it's february the 8th right now at 3:45 a.m., and i am still going right now. it's a good thing. just having fun right now and celebrating with the guys.
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wins championships. >> that's right. >> when you sat in the room the last couple weeks and you looked at tapes of cam newton and the panthers, what did you see in those tapes that made you think you can contain him and them? >> the thing is, i just look at the speed of our defense, and having guys that can rush the pass. like me and vaughn and malik. we've been against so many running quarterbacks. with aaron rodgers, andrew luck. those guys sort of got us ready for this point right now. we already had our rush package and things we needed to do to contain a guy like cam newton. we were comfortable. but we knew also who we were going against. he's a great quarterback. >> cam newton doesn't suffer from lack of confidence, but it seems like there was this key play early on with the sack, the fumble, the touchdown. do you feel like that was a key
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set the course? in the game. i think we needed that push, the motivation from vaughn getting the strip back, and then getting a touchdown. you can see it sort of put us over the top a bit. we were already stopping the run already. it made them one-dimensional so little bit. >> let me ask you this, demarcus, so much talk after the game, even before the game, would this be peyton manning's last game. did he say anything in the locker room privately to the players that leads you to believe he's leaning in one direction or another? >> i wouldn't think he -- i mean, from the speech that he gave all the way up to the game, i mean, i felt like he was in it 100% and not thinking about, you know, retiring or anything like that. but, you know, if this is or was his last game, you know, he went out on top. i'm just glad to be able to -- got a little piece of history
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with the denver broncos. >> super bowl champion demarcus ware, congratulations. >> feels so good. >> sounds good. >> get some sleep. >> you wear it well. >> all right. thank you so much. >> congratulations to him and all the broncos. by the way, we're going to have a chance to talk to peyton manning live, and more on the halftime show. those closely watched commercials, as well. we'll do that throughout the show. >> we're not done talking about the super bowl but let's talk politics. the new hampshire primary is tomorrow and the candidates are making their last-minute pushes. after a memorable republican debate over the weekend, marco rubio finds himself facing new attacks this morning. we have all of it covered. let's start with peter alexander. good morning. >> good morning to you. after repeating himself repeatedly, the question this morning, can marco rubio rebound? it was the most dramatic and defining moment, most challenging moment of rubio's campaign. it runs the risk of reinforcing
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rubio is too programmed, too robotic. >> reporter: here in the granite state, donald trump looking to seal his lead against jeb bush. >> jeb bush brings out his mother because he needed help. mom, walk in the snow. >> reporter: the latest attack after trump barrelled through boos on saturday night. >> property from an elderly woman. >> let me talk, quiet. a lot of time -- >> reporter: this morning, marco rubio is trying to silence critics after the freshman senator, already under fire for being too scripted, repeated the same rehearsed line four times. >> let's stop with the fiction that barack obama doesn't know what he's doing. the fiction that barack obama doesn't know what he's doing. >> reporter: rubio seemingly rattled with chris christie delivering the pounding. >> there it is, the memorized speech.
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as an untestedpi side epi episoed take epi episode taking on a life of its own. >> i would pay them to run the clip because it's what i believe, passionately. >> reporter: the contenders trying to put saturday night's backstage pile up in the rear-view mirrors. candidates missing their queue. another forgotten entirely. >> we're going to introduce ohio governor john kasich. >> this morning, here are your standings. right now, the daily tracking poll, courtesy of our friends in boston, you see donald trump in new hampshire, fortifying his lead up 24 points over his competitors. ted cruz and marco rubio behind him. john kasich and jeb bush behind
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chris christie believes that four or perhaps five candidates may move on to south carolina later this month. >> peter, thank you so much. over on the democratic side, bernie sanders holds a lead in the polls over clinton heading into the new hampshire primary. it didn't stop clinton from making a detour on sunday. that race. good morning to you. >> good morning to you. trailing bernie sanders badly here in new hampshire, hillary clinton left the state sunday to go to flint for a while. a signal to many that she's already focusing on the primaries to come. but bill clinton was all about trying to change the outcome here in new hampshire. >> reporter: for bill clinton, the gloves are off in new hampshire. >> when you're making a revolution, you can't be too careful about the facts. >> reporter: the former president criticizing sanders' policy proposals and his behavior in the campaign. >> is he good for america? i don't think so. good for new hampshire?
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>> reporter: called president clinton's words, quote, disappointing. saying the campaign will continue to focus on the issues. clinton is also going after sanders' supporters for using what he calls sexist language. >> attacks that are literally too profane, often, not to mention sexist. >> reporter: behind by double digits, hillary clinton was back in new hampshire sunday night. appealing for votes, insisting granite state. >> i'm going to work for every close on tuesday. >> reporter: but the polls show her losing support among women, especially young women. facing an uphill battle in new hampshire, she spent most of sunday in flint. >> what happened in flint is im immoral. >> reporter: the water crisis is an issue the campaign feels is resonating. >> i will stand with you every step of the way. i will not for one minute forget about you. >> reporter: and she is also escalating her attacks on sanders' foreign policy
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>> there really isn't any kind of foreign policy network that is supporting and advising senator sanders. >> reporter: sanders fired back. >> lately, i have been lectured on foreign policy. >> reporter: and hammered clinton for voting for the iraq war. >> i was right on that issue. hillary clinton was wrong. >> hold on! >> reporter: sanders showed his lighter side when his ith his double, larry david, on "snl." >> we need to unite and work together to get through this. >> sounds like socialism to me. >> democratic socialism. >> what's the difference? >> huge difference. >> huge? >> huge. >> bernie sanders calls himself machine. in new hampshire, he has ads. another reason the clinton
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closing the gap here. this race is getting nastier. sanders has denounced the supporters who have been engaging in online harassment. >> andrea, thank you very much. >> let's bring in our experts. nicolle wallace served as an adviser to the mccain-palin campaign, and chuck todd, moderator of "meet the press." >> good morning. >> chuck, big moment, big stakes. chris christie absolutely eviscerated marco rubio. it's like a game of three-dimensional chess. where does it fall out? >> i think the consequence of what happened saturday night is, i think no matter what happens here, barring one of the candidates sort of skyrocketing or an upset over trump, i think it means now nobody gets out. i think it means new hampshire doesn't win out the field. marco rubio had an opportunity to take control of the race on
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he knew everybody was going to come after him. that's what makes saturday night so perplexing. he knew they were coming after him and he wasn't ready. he ended up blowing an opportunity that i think could have been meaning securing the nomination, believe it or not. if he had had as good of a night as he had as bad of a night. >> let's go further on that. chris christie spent the whole week saying exactly what he was going to say to attack marco rubio on that stage on saturday night. punch. i'm going to hit you right in the nose. marco rubio didn't prepare for it and had no answer for it. >> here's a dirty little secret. marco rubio is polarizing in the republican party. from the outside, he looks like a pleasant, rising star in our ranks. inside the party and the field of candidates, he has thin skin on policy matters, and chris christie saw an opening.
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>> he absolutely did. i guess that's the question, chuck. again on the fallout, where it all comes, does it lift christie? does this have the effect of helping christie? what about donald trump? no one goes after donald trump. he's the one who looks to be about to win new hampshire, if you believe the polls. >> by a lot. >> i don't know if it helps christie at all. i don't know if christie looked good in the moment. he looked tough in the moment, made rubio look terrible in the moment. but nobody i talked to believes christie has been helped here. the candidate that may have been helped the most by this, john kasich. he has been sort of the guy that doesn't attack anybody. in new hampshire, that could get rewarded. he's the guy that every other campaign quietly thinks could end up in second place or surging in the last minute. >> funny how things end up. i'll ask you about the democrats here. you have bill clinton out there, really standing up for his wife, hillary clinton, saying the tactics being used by the bernie
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>> you have bill clinton there looking really desperate. then you have hillary clinton's most prominent female surrogates unload on young women who are drawn to bernie sanders. i have thought all along hillary clinton was in a strong enough position to glide through the ups and downs of the early states. she struggled in iowa eight years ago. bernie sanders is from the neighboring state. the fact she can't be more placid when he's challenged is, to me, the greatest threat to her eventual ability to be the nominee. these are hurdles like marco rubio she should have seen coming. it's more concerning for her supporters to see bill clinton and gloria steinham become unhinged. >> playing the sexism card, because that's what it is. is that a winner? >> they want to rally women. it hasn't happened. everything has been
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the clinton campaign knows it'll be a long february before they get to south carolina. >> chuck, i'm coming your way. live in new hampshire tomorrow. complete coverage of the primary tomorrow morning on "today," weather permitting. forewarned. something else that could impact voting in new hampshire, the weather. we have a strong winter storm beginning to hit new england. this morning, another one behind that one. al, what's going on? >> we're watching a parade of storms make their way to the northeast. here's the first one. right now, snow already in long island, connecticut, and just about ready to move into boston. as it does, it's going to be dumping a fairly good amount of snow from new england, long island, all the way up to manchester. the snow will be heavier later this morning. tonight, it moves to the north bit. we're also going to be looking at cold air coming in. whatever is on the ground is going to freeze up. through tonight, we're talking about plymouth, massachusetts, 8 to 10. manchester, 3 to 5.
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also looking for low pressure to develop along the front and make its way to the north. the good news is, this isn't going to add a lot of snow to the northeast, where . it'll affect the appalachians, virginia, the delmarva peninsula. still talking about cold air and impact. that's what's going on. we'll get to most people know the four c's of a diamond. now, kay jewelers brings chocolate. levian chocolate diamonds. only levian, masters of jewelry design for centuries... ...makes jewelry with rare save up to 20% on select levian styles, with dazzling designs that she's sure to love. at kay, the number-one jewelry store... ...in america. levian chocolate diamonds... ...for the sweetest thing in your life.
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>> jeremy: good monday morning. blizzard warning in effect until 7:00 p.m. blizzard warning in effect. we're watching the snow back income. heavier bands off the cape spreading from southeast to northwest. so i do expect travel conditions and the snow to pick up as we go through the rest of the morning. really mid-morning through mid-to-late afternoon the height of this storm. expecting widespread 5 to 9 inches of snow 495 east toward the coastline. locally up to a foot across cape >> that's your latest weather. >> al, thanks. coming up, a nightmare trip for cruise ship passengers. the video as their boat is caught in a powerful storm overnight. >> not enough dramamine in the world. deadly accident at an olympic bobsled park.
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this monday as crews have been coating and treating the roads all morning long. round two of winter weather, of course, moving into new england. let's send it over the chris lambert now with more on your forecast. >> chris: sarah, watching the snow start to work in from southeast to northwest. heavy snow down through the cape and vineyard. vineyard already an inch and a half of snow on the ground. northbound and westbound through the morning. in the city of boston, steadier snow by 9:00, 10:00 a.m. same case out through southern worcester county, up in southern new hampshire by early this afternoon. the the heaviest of the snow mid-morning from mid-to-late afternoon and late this afternoon and overnight tonight, the snow a little more sporadic, but it will continue to be light to at times moderate in a few spots, especially where we have a little ocean enhancement from cape ann down through the south shore. that's where i do exneck highest snow totals of 9 to 12 inches of cape ann down through a lot of plymouth county here. 5 to 9 boston out toward worcester. north and west of worcester, lighter amounts, this is a dryer snow. so it doesn't have the heavy
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storm did, although it does start off on the west side down through southeastern mass, the cape and the islands. look at the winds, gusting 40 to 50mph, even close to 60 for the cape and the islands. so we may see some scattered power outages here the coast line thanks to the strong winds in combination with the wetter snow. down through plymouth county, the cape and the islands. we have a celestial flood warn manage place for minor to moderate coastal flooding at the 11:00 a.m. high tide down through plymouth county and the cape and nantucket. sarah? >> there are concerns along the coast this morning. strong winds and high tide could cause flooding on the south shore. 7's victoria warren live in search walt now with more. >> victoria: good morning, sarah. there are some intense winds blowing in scituate this morning. it's just getting more intense as the morning goes on. as the sun has risen, we can see the ocean behind here. it's getting pretty intense out there. we have not had any snow yet. the snow is coming. but what they're going to be watching here in scituate is that high tide approaching today, the chance for some
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area, they know well with these storms you have the snowfall totals, but when you add the wind and the water, you can have flooding in basement, you can have power outages. there's often voluntary evacuations out this way. no voluntary evacuations in place yet, but it's a situation they're going to be watching very closely again. high tide is just before 11:00 a.m. so in the hour or so leading up to high tide and the hour or so after high tide, it's going to be a tricky situation on scituate as they see just how much of the water may actually come over the sea wall out here. live this morning in scituate, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: road crews have a busy few days ahead of them with this drawn-out storm. let's send it to 7's kris anderson. he's live in weston at the salt pile. i'm sure it's been busy all morning long there, kris. >> kris: sarah, it has been. crews have been moving in and out. in fact, a truck just pulled out seconds ago. these front loaders are loading
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of salt and road treatment so they can get out and get these roads treated ahead of the snow, which hasn't arrived yet. i want to tell you, the temperature is dropping and the winds are increasing. take a look at these flags here. you can see how hard these winds are blowing right now. and in the distance, just below the flag, we see these trucks. they filled up with all of the salt so they can get out on the roadways. massachusetts has up to 4,000 trucks and pieces of equipment on stand-by to treat the roadways as that snow continues to move in. all morning long, we've seen these trucks moving in. the front loaders will fill them up with the salt so they can get out there. school closures, boston is closed. most places in the area, no school for the second straight day because they were closed on friday with that storm moving in. and then, of course, we have what's happening here this morning, governor charlie baker encouraging everyone to work from home if possible today. they're saying anyone who is a non-essential employee can stay home and obviously you have to check in with your boss, but if
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roadways today, that's probably the best bet, though we do see heavy traffic this morning. it's a clear sign that people are getting out, trying to get ahead of that storm so they can get to where they're going before that snow moves in. not a snow emergency in the city of boston. so no space savers out there. so remember that. that's the latest live here in weston, kris anderson, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: let's see how those roads are being impacted. here's danielle gersh. >> danielle: thanks, sarah. good morning, everyone. i think most people are staying home today because this is a look at the expressway northbound. you can see usually it looks a lot worse at this time of the morning. let's head to the maps now. keep in mind, the hov lane on the expressway will be closed because of the weather today. still it's only a ten-minute drive from braintree into boston. south of town, route 3, 24, 95 all looking good. no issues to tell you about there this morning. the pike from framingham into boston, all green. no delays there. heading south on route 39 --ed 93 from lawrence over 128 into
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is your drive on route 1. ten minutes on the expressway from braintree to boston. into town on the pike from 128, 12 minutes. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge 11 minutes. so far this morning the "t" is on time. and it's planning to run on its normal weekday schedule. sarah? >> sarah: thanks, danielle. we're back in 25 minutes with another update.
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tomorrow is when the cold air sets in. miami with a high of 65. 39 in charlotte. new york city, five degrees below average. wednesday, it sets in. wind chills will be a factor, as well. the opposite coast, we have different problems. we have a lot of heat to talk about. while you think it's a great thing, near 90 on wednesday in los angeles, 70 in san francisco, boise, we'll see the snow pack drop because of the heat in the sierra, >> chris: good morning. we do have the blizzard warning in effect for plymouth county as well as the cape and the islands. metro boston, winter storm warning. snow overspreading the south shore. working up into melt row boston over next 45 minutes to an hour. heavier snow approaching the canal, the south coast. and that narrow band of heavy snow starts to work up the south shore into the metro boston area mid-to-late morning. so we'll have on-and-off steady snow all day.
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super bowl traditions, behinds sides the hangover. >> we're going to recap the biggest moments from the game. we have david and olivia. good morning to you both. nice to have you here. let's get right to it. let's see what $5 million buys you. let's start with the funniest ad and we'll play a little of it. talk to me on the other end. >> there's your beautiful baby. any day now -- >> really, you're eating doritos? he's eating doritos at my ultrasound. look what i have to deal with. >> i know. >> give me that. >> i laughed out loud during the game. why did you like it? >> i love it.
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there's no star power or gimmick. it's not clever or witty. it's absurd and laughable. >> humor works. >> this is the year of the celebrity, but this ad resonated. i think it resonated with everyone, young and old. category. let's roll and then we're talk ll talk about it. it's a game so super it's why we were born >> these cutis are supposed to be super bowl babies. everybody. look how adorable. >> it totally works. these people would not exist had their home teams not won. football? i think it's great. >> i thought it was weird to follow it with a different commercial.
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>> man, i might just chill tonight. >> puppy monkey baby. puppy monkey baby. puppy monkey baby. >> i think we get it. why do you like this strategy, david? >> this is a super bowl ad making fun of super bowl ads. it's like every super bowl ad has a puppy, monkey or baby. mountain dew managed to get all three into one creature and created a song everybody will hate but won't stop singing. >> you liked amazon's commercial. >> wow. >> breaded wings? you're blowing it, bro. >> how many championships has dan marino won? >> zero championships. >> alexa, how many oscars has alec baldwin won? >> alec baldwin has won -- >> alexa, stop. >> i like it because it works.
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of star power and showcases what the product is. i love puppies, monkeys and babies but i didn't know what it was a commercial for. this shows off what the commercial is for, alexa. plus, missy elliott is at the end, who stole the show last year. >> we agree on the biggest fumble. i'm eating pizza and nachos. i'm sorry, i don't want to be told about diarrhea and con sta constipation. >> from diarrhea to constipation, not what you want to see during the super bowl. >> absolutely. i'm trying to enjoy guacamole and here is this guy in black and white, looking lonely as another man leaves the bathroom. >> don't forget the claymation intestine intestine. >> he's kind of cute. the last thing i'm thinking about is opioid-induced constipation or diarrhea. >> our viewers loves the doritos
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it didn't last long. he'll be in space until next month. ahead of chris martin and beyonce's halftime show, their daughters appearing to be best friends in a picture shared by gwyneth paltrow. the halftime show, rocking super bowl 50. cold coldplay, bruno mars and beyonce. queen bee took the opportunity to announce her new world tour. the big reveal is coming after the surprise drop of her new single "formation." can you think of a better way to launch a single? >> i loved it. i loved every bit of it. >> that combo worked so well. >> unbelievable. >> amazing. >> it was great. >> it was awesome. i fell asleep at halftime. >> you what? >> she fell asleep right after the first half. i said, you couldn't have stayed up 15 more minutes for the halftime show?
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>> sarah: 7news is in storm force mode this monday morning at 7:57. we're starting to see first impacts of this winter storm. live pictures in sandwich where the wind and snow are picking up, the cape and south shore are bracing really for a blizzard. >> christa: and our weather team is here. they're tracking the totals for us, what we're going to see. here's jeremy rhiner with the latest. j.r.? >> jeremy: we have the blizzard warning in effect for plymouth county as well as the cape and the islands. winter storm warning boston, worcester, fitchburg. heavier snow now marching through buzzards bay, lake phil report of heavy snow. pembroke beginning to see the snow. metro boston, snow flurries. so from here on out, the road conditions deteriorate rapidly
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north of pike, still have another one to three hours, then your snow gets going later this morning. we all see steady snow mid to late morning through the middle of the afternoon. and then there will be pockets of dryer air that try to chew away at the snow. you notice here at 8:30 tonight, again, hardly anything showing up on the radar in connecticut and rhode island, even up into the worcester hills, and even metro boston. so the brunt of the storm is late this morning through mid to late afternoon. and then this evening and overnight tonight just patchy light snow. and then it's gone by tomorrow morning. how much snow is on the way by tomorrow morning? a large area of 5 to 9 inches of snow as you work down toward the south shore. upward of a foot of snow possible, and up through the merrimack valley, the route 2 corridor 3 to 5 inches of snow. cape ann also in that 9 to 12 inches of snow. chris?
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60mph an hour at times down through the cape and the islands and coastal plymouth county, especially near plymouth, marshfield and scituate along the coastline. also have a coastal flood warning in place from 9:00 a.m. through 1:00 p.m. high tide close to 11:00. so a couple hours either side of that high tide expecting some minor to pockets of moderate coastal flooding. best chance for pockets of moderate would be scituate, provincetown and nantucket, because of the wind and the stickier snow down through far southeastern mass, the cape and the islands likely seeing scattered power outages, even inland isolated power outages are possible thanks to the gusty wind and the weakened tree branches from the last storm that we had on friday. one thing to note, though, it's going to be a dryer. for a lot of us. much colder air working in late this morning into this afternoon. temperatures falling for much of the area close to 20 degrees. so we'll have a dryer, lower water content snow, although a stickier snow down through coastal plymouth county, down through the cape and the islands. more on the forecast to come. >> christa: chris, thank you.
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expected to be the worst on the cape and south shore. ism we're already getting reports of power outage, about 1,700 statewide. nicole oliverio is live in sandwich. nicole, how are things where you are? >> nicole: well, this is definitely one of the areas that's going to have to be concerned about power outages, definitely because of the wind. maybe it's easier to see just how strong the winds are now that you have the snow mixing in and there's thicker flakes and it's just starting to settle and stick to the ground here. but definitely the winds have been an issue all morning long. and you can see what it's doing right along the coastline. if you take a look, you can see the waves and white caps crashing up against the sand in sandwich. the cape is one of the areas that's under that blizzard warning. we're expected to see winds like this gusting all morning long. the accumulation really not settling in until the morning, but it's these winds that will take down power lines and tree limbs, and that's going to cause
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so even though it may look like the roads are safe the drive on, it's not safe to be outside. for now that's the latest live in sandwich, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: road crews have a busy day ahead of them with this drawn out storm. >> christa: and the wind that's going to be kicked up, as well. we've been seeing crews gearing up this morning. they're loading up the salt trucks. let's head out to the scene with 7's kris anderson. kris? >> kris: christa and sarah, we're in the seeing my of the snow yet. we russia however, seeing winds pick up. temperatures dropping and wiz picking up. so these crews have been getting ready the best they can. front loaders here have been loading up the salt and scooping up the big truck full of salt and filling the salting trucks so they can then pull out, and if you swing around here, you can see them in stand-by mode. they're right over here getting ready to jump on the roads. so when the snow does start falling, they can start treating the roads. they've been treating it overnight, but they want to continue to lay down the salt
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best they can as soon as it starts falling. again, in the weston area where we are now at the police barracks, where the salt piles are, no snow falling just yet, so it's on its way, we'll keep monitoring this situation and bring you updates throughout the morning right here on 7news. live in weston, kris anderson, news "todayin new england." >> sarah: thanks, kris. 8:02 right now. road conditions will get worse as the morning wears on. let's get a check of conditions from 7's marshall hook and our traffic tracker. >> marshall: the snow is definitely coming. we have it down hire route 3 northbound in plymouth. and it's that wind/snow combination that's a problem for visibility. snow on its own, particularly as you can see the smaller flakes not a huge problem, but when the wind starts to blow, it picks it up. that's already on the ground. you get visibility issues. we have seen a kind of wane, and come. so it's been heavier and righter and heavier again. right now it's much further nor than it was earlier. traffic still very light,
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an idea of the entire traffic picture. >> danielle: thanks, marshal. good morning, everyone. i think most of you are staying off the roads. here's a look at the expressway northbound. the hov lane like friday will be closed because of the weather. let's go to the maps from braintree into boston. that drive just ten minutes. south of town, route 3, 24, 95, no issues to tell you about. the pike from framingham into boston, all green. so no delays there either. and heading into town on 93 southbound or route 1, either way your drive is an easy one. let's take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door this morning. ten minutes on the expressway from braintree into boston. into town on the pike from 128, 12 minutes. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, 11 minutes. if you're taking "t" on the couter rail, we do have about 15-minute delays on the haverhill line inbound. back to you, guys. ism we'll be with you all morning long with updates as the storm moves in. if you can't be in front of the tv, you can always get the latest weather updates on the go with our 7news mobile and tablet
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>> hope you have a great morning. we're back with another update at 8:25.one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. we intend to be sure that everybody in this room is somebody. no matter to whom they are born. ri want to make sure that every child has a chance god-given potential. fighting for children, and i'm not stopping now. i'm hillary clinton, and i have always approved this message. there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish,
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where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our conscience and our hearts and not to the pundits and the naysayers. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message, and i ask for your vote. camp. our team needs a break, a little rest. our coaches encourage us to get away.
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>> raise your hand if your mother told the l.a. times she hopes you retire. >> i just heard that. i've always listened to my mother. i have to say that. that's the first i heard of that. i really have not discussed it with anybody. ashley and i have not really talked about it. i'll certainly have long talks with her about it. i'll pray about it to the big man upstairs. i have a real peace it's going to work out the way it's supposed to. >> one last try. a couple friends and i are going to play golf on a sunday next november. want to be our fourth? >> i'll tell ya, there could be a buy week in december, i wouldn't be playing, sure. count me in, matt. i'll be there. >> peyton got the better of us. >> congratulations, peyton. great game. >> well done. >> great victory for you. >> thank you, y'all. thank you very much. great to be with y'all.
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now a check of the other top stories. >> on the eve of the new hampshire primary, marco rubio is defending his performance in the prime time debate. he was criticized for repeating the same line about president obama four lines. rubio is now insisting that the repetition showed his discipline in staying on message, and he joked he would pay the networks to keep running the clip. former president bill clinton launched an attack on bernie sanders while campaigning for his wife on sunday in new hampshire. he said his wife's health care plans are based in reality and accused sanders' supporters of using sexist language. sanders said his campaign will continue to focus on the issues. the virginia tech student charged in connection with the murder of a bullied 13-year-old girl now says that she herself was bullied. natalie keepers is accused of helping david eisenhauer,
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luring the victim to her death. >> reporter: natalie keepers' attorneys argued she would mentally unravel if she remained in jail. in addition to her mental health issues, including anxiety and cutting, she had been bullied in high school and has been in therapy and taking prozac ever since. her bail was still denied. at her bond hearing, keepers claimed she did not kill lovell but did help load her body into eisenhauer's car and then helped dispose of it. ize han you are, -- eisenhauer, charged with abduction and murder, was a track star. he didn't confess to the murder and said the truth will set me free. keepers and eisenhauer came up with the idea to take lovell to a roh emote location under the guise of a late and then killed her. she snuck out of her bedroom window. eisenhauer and keepers drove to
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killed before driving to north carolina to dump her body. the small community of virginia said good-bye to a little girl who survived a rare liver tumor, overcame lymphoma, fought off a serious respiratory infection and fought off bullying by classmates. >> remember her as the happy child she was. the girl that everybody loves. the smile. >> and a vigil for nicole lovell will be held tonight on the virginia tech campus. new developments in last week's somali plane explosion. authorities released the surveillance video on sunday that allegedly shows two men handing an explosive wired laptop computer to the suspected suicide bomber. at least one of the men was an airport worker. the blast sucked the suspected bomber out of the plane and forced the aircraft to make an emergency landing.
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cambridge is in a new video for children living with mental health issues. >> it can be a struggle. >> in the video, duchess kate talks to children who have been helped by programs that teach them to handle stress. it was released on sunday to mark the start of children's mental health week. four people suffered minor injuries trying to capture a leopard strolling around a school in india. officials believe it wandered on to school grounds from a forest nearby. at one point, the big cat, attacking a man near a swimming pool. especially, it was tranquilized and brought under control. scary being there. >> natalie, thank you so much. coming up, we're going to do trending. moments in the super bowl you might have missed but the internet did not. plus, lady gaga's show-stopping national anthem, and the history she's about to make. we're with grammy-winner sheryl crow as she heads back to
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>> might have some explaining to do. >> here comes the internet with memes. >> of course. eli's lack of enthusiasm. quote, when you have to prepare yourself for the, why can't you be more like your brother, speech. they each have two super bowl victories. >> there was another star on the field during the game. he doesn't play for the broncos or the panthers. the head referee. there he is. blakeman. he left d the coin toss, lot of camera time, and a lot of internet attention. >> the ref's arms are the best part. >> i noticed that. >> more flags equals more referee clete blakeman. and dream boat. >> i think he knows its. if you notice during the coin toss, he said, captains, this is
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anyway, one broncos player got too excited, celebrating the team's victory. check out cornerback the cornerback. he showed up for an interview on nfl network. >> i'm all right! >> okay. >> better than okay. >> got to catch those cleats. not the referee cl . >> the beyonce move that has everybody scratching their heads. >> let's start with how the game started. the rousing rendition of the national anthem by lady gaga. the land of the free
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>> amazing. >> gaga set social media on fire with her flawless performance. she called it an honor to sing for everyone. you are right, the military flyover gave so many people chills. according to billboard, gaga will be the only artist to perform at the oscars, grammys and the super bowl in one year. >> wow. >> by halftime, gaga was clearly relieve relieved. she's dancing to madonna's "express yourself." gaga wasn't the only celebrity in the stands. look who else turned out. rob lowe brought his son, john. david beckham on the way with his son. usher was there as a fan.
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zita jones. also henson. she got confused. yes, maroon 5 is the life to me. of course, it wasn't maroon 5. it was coldplay. later, she tweeted, oops, laughing my you know what off. >> wrong group. >> finally, beyonce. we talked about her incredible halftime performance. there's one moment that has a lot of people asking if it was part of the show. here we go. queen bee and, whoa, keeps going. backwards hop. of course, she's a professional and keeps going. this is my favorite. on twitter, one person explained, beyonce didn't trip. the earth tripped. i agree. love her. it was flawless still. >> amazing. >> she stuck the landing if it was. >> if that was a trip, we should
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>> in those heels. >> amazing. performance. it was great. >> i loved the ode to all the that was beautiful. >> loved it. sheinelle, thank you. >> mr. roker? >> let's show you what we have going on today. two storms. one off the east coast bringing snow, maybe up to 10 inches for our friends in boston and also new hampshire, looking at a few inches. second storm in the great lakes area that'll come across. by the time we get through thursday -- or wednesday, i should say, look for heavy snow throughout the appalachians. as you make your way into the northeast and new england, new england could see anywhere from 6 to 8 inches of snow, especially south of boston. blizzard warnings up for the eastern cape. rest of the country today, we're looking at a warm, windy day in southern california. 85 in los angeles. 59 in seattle. look for snow showers. bitterly cold through the up of michigan. icy mix making its way through
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through the gulf coast, plenty of sunshine. >> chris: good monday morning. tracking the snow backing in off the cape, now working through southeastern mass, continuing to england -- edge closer to the city of boston and the southwestern suburbs. it will overspread the area from boston south and west down 95 within next hour or so and eventually up to the mass new hampshire border by lunchtime. travel conditions going down hill. looks poor from late morning through the afternoon. expecting widespread 5 to 9 inches of snow. locally upward of a foot cape ann down through the southth >> that's your latest weather. savannah? >> al, thanks. gloria steinem is having to back pedal after she suggested over the weekend that younger women are supporting bernie sanders in the democratic presidential race so they can meet boys. that's a quote. hoda is here with the story. >> this has caused a dust up. call it a new political
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the comment from gloria steinem, a leader in the feminist movement, sparked backlash. she's saying she misspoke in an interview with hbo. >> reporter: feminist icon gloria steinem is in the middle of a political fire storm over why more young women are not supporting hillary clinton. >> they're mad about what's happening to them. >> they really don't like hillary though. what do you think that's about? mom likes her, so i have to, you know -- >> first of all, she does have a huge gender gap and race gap. >> huge. >> women are more for more than men are. >> not younger women. they're more for bernie. >> reporter: steinem, an outspoken hillary supporter, tried to explain women become more politically active as they get older. >> when you're young, you're thinking, where are the boys? they're with bernie. >> now, if i said that -- >> no, no, no. >> vote for bernie.
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>> reporter: steinem laughed it off. >> how well do you know me? >> reporter: online, the comments sparked outrage, especially among sanders' female supporters. #, not here for the boys. gloria steinem basically called women who make informed political choices s s bimbos. others said, old men who say, shh, politics is no place for a girl. the group launched an online petition, demanding steinem take back her statement. she did address it later on, admitting she misspoke and apologized for what's been misinterpreted as implying young women aren't serious in their politics. what i'd just said on the same show was the opposite. young women are active. mad as hell about what's happening to them, graduating in debt but averaging less over their lifetime to pay it back.
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or hillary, young women are activists in greater numbers than ever before. in new hampshire, 64% of women under 45 support sanders. a 29 point advantage over clinton. >> thank you. >> reporter: it's not lost on the clinton campaign. madelyn eine albright had a message for women, young and old. >> there is a special place in hell for women who don't help each other. >> reporter: the first female secretary of state tells kristen welker how troubled she is by young women who don't understand the political struggle. >> i think we need women that are dedicated to each other, and i do think that if they would listen more to the kinds of things hillary has been talking about forever, they would understand her role in this. >> hillary clinton did defend the comments on "meet the press" sunday, describing it as a light hearted but pointed remark.
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it's one of her favorite sayings. it's caused an interesting dynamic. sometimes if you're a layperson watching, you see, demi la vo ovato and kerry washington. you're wondering if it's rallying the young people but it doesn't look that way. >> hoda, thank you. interesting. matt, over to you. >> justin theroux making his first "today" show appearance. >> it's true. >> talking about "zoolander 2," co-wrote it with ben stiller. >> did you watch the game last night? >> i did. >> happy outcome? >> i'm not a big sports guy, so i didn't have a dog in the fight. >> just say happy.
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>> christa: 7 storm force coverage continues with a live look at the winds whipping here in sandwich on this monday as the snow is starting to move north. the winds have been whipping all morning. right now there are numerous power outages. so we have a team of meteorologists here. let's start with jeremy reiner. j.r.? >> jeremy: we have the blizzard warning on the south shore as well as the cape and the islands. the other concern, sandwich, too, as we approach that 11:00 a.m. high tide. coastal flooding likely to happen on the south shore as well as portions of cape cod bay. city of boston, winter storm warning in effect, worcester also winter tomorrow warning. here is the snow, and again, a deeper shade of blue right there, now working up out of buzzards bay.
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lighter snow around the metro. this continues to move north up into the city of boston, and then eventually move north of the mass pike and reach southern new hampshire. here is the powerhouse storm just south of new england. we'll be right on the edge of this storm as it moves east-northeast. so your storm time line, we do anticipate snow developing if it hasn't already done so over next couple hours, and picking up in intensity later this morning and through the middle part of the afternoon. but as we work into the latter half of the afternoon, you notice here at 4:00, there are dryer holes showing up, and that will start the chew away at some of the steadier snow. i think mid-to-late afternoon and certainly this evening, the heavy snow is gone and you'll have persist nt light snow for several hours. eventually we get to these numbers. it takes the entire day and night. it won't be until tomorrow morning that the storm wraps up. about 5 to 9 inches of snow likely in the city of boston. i think the city itself probably around 6 or 7. and then as you work down the south shore, upward of a foot of
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outer route 2 corridor, the 495 corridor, about 5, 6 inches of snow, southern new hampshire 5 to 7 inches of snow. chris? >> chris: j.r., travel conditions going downhill. as you go through the late morning hours into the afternoon, steadier snow, a wind-whipped snow down through southeastern mass, even up through the north shore once the snow gets steady. look at the winds, gusting to 61 recently in scituate, edgartown, 57. fairhaven at 56. that's the other story with this. the wind, you heard it early this morning and late las night, gusting frequently between 50 and 60mph. coastal plymouth county down through the cape and the islands. you have the high tide coming in at 11:00 a.m. a couple hours either side of it, kicking in fairly soon here as the coastal flood warning down through the south shore, the cape and nantucket with this strong north to northeasterly wind pushing last normally higher tides toward the coastline. we do expect minor to pockets of moderate coastal flooding.
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with the cold air in place, the snow is dryer. the wind out there and the snow and power outages throughout much of eastern mass, there are weakened tree branches and limbs just from the last storm hanging there that may come down thanks to the wind. the snow will be a little wetter along the plymouth county coastline and down through the cape and the islands. sarah? >> christa: okay. let's head outside and check out the conditions on the came. >> sarah: nicole oliverio is in sandwich where they're expecting blizzard-like conditions. sure does look windy where you russia nicole. >> nicole: it is. the winds has been consistent here coming off the water all morning long. as you can see, snowflakes are getting thicker. we're now starting to see the snow stick to the ground. and kris was talking about the high tide at 11:00. take a look behind me and you can see the waves are really crashing now. definitely the white foam cams coming closer to shore here where minor flooding could be an issue, but really the winds are
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we're talking about most likely power outages here in the cape as we remain under that blizzard warning. winds will be able to take down tree limbs along those power lines and that's what's going to cause the outages. so even though right now may seem like it's okay to drive on the roadways because the snow isn't so bad, it's still the wind that's going to be creating the problems here on the cape at least for next several hours. sandwich, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: we have strong winds clearly and the high tide could cause flooding on the south shore. there is a concern there. so let's head to scituate, a place where they have seen some really dicey weather winters past. here's 7's victoria warren. >> victoria: they know it can get bad here, so they are prepared. the snow just started falling about 20 minutes or so ago. we have been dealing with those intense winds, gusts up to 60mph. take a live look here at the's behind me. you can see it's an angry ocean this morning, and it's inching
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high tide here around 11:00 a.m. and in years past they've had to do things like voluntary evacuations of this area. folks who will river here, they know and they are prepared because what's going the happen is there will be some moderate flooding. that water can go into basements. people will end up losing their power and end up losing their heat. so when you add with that with a winter storm, it becomes a dangerous situation. we're monitoring it right now. the snow just starting about 20 or so minutes ago. they are under the blizzard warning here in scituate and that's not so much a snowfall total, but because when the snow starts falling with intensity, you add to that the wind and the cold weather. there's going to be close to zero visibility out here. we'll watch this situation as this storm develops, but again, everyone is watching that high tide, which is predicted to come in right around 11:00 or so this morning. live this morning in scituate, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: state police are asking people to stay off the roads later today so crews can work.
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i believe marshall hook is in plymouth with our traffic tracker. marshall? >> marshall: indeed. lovely, his for cal downtown plymouth on route 3a. you can see the wind is blowing quite a bit. it is very windy and the visibility questionable even here on what is undoubtedly a surface street. we were along the ocean, victoria's angry ocean before. and she's absolutely correct. the waves are out there, white capping all over the place. so winds are going to be a problem, whether you're on the wherever. it's going to be a visibility question. the one good piece is so many schools are closed. we're not looking at a lot of traffic out there and danielle gersh here to tell us more about that. marshall. let's head outside. take a look. this is the expressway. it typically does not look like this around 8:30 on a monday. you can see some of the snow starting to fall in that picture there, though. let's go to the maps. the hov lane still will not open today on the expressway weather. still only ten minutes from
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route 3 looking pretty good. no delays to tell you about on route 24 or 95 either. let's head to the pike. you can see, mostly green as you head into boston eastbound on the pike. no delays there. 93 southbound from lawrence over 128 into boston. looking good as is route 1 this morning. take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door this morning. a quick drive on the expressway, ten minutes. so it's not bad yet. into town from 128 on the pike, 12 minutes. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, that drive 11 minutes. if you're taking "t," we have about 15-minute delays on the haverhill line so far this morning. back to you, guys. >> christa: danielle, thank you. also if you're flying out today, massport is urging you to call ahead to make sure your airline, check in with them and make sure you flight hasn't been canceled. several flights have already been canceled this morning. >> sarah: also all state offices east of worcester county are closed and non-emergency employees are being told to just stay at home. >> christa: so do be careful
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don't forget, we'll be back with "today in new england" at 9:00 we'll see you then.
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things. like this is your life. is it true you are a tattoo artist? >> i wouldn't say artist. i would say, i've done tattoos on a good friend of mine and a few other people. >> when was the last time you did a tattoo on somebody? >> i think i did one about two months ago. >> really? >> yeah. >> recently? >> i have a good friend who is a tattoo artist who does my tattoos and, periodically, he
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>> if you were going to do a tattoo on me, what would you do? >> i'm thinking dolphins s s or a rocker on the back. >> we don't go to the back. maybe the arm. you're a painter? >> occasionally i paint and draw, yes. >> bartender in new york? >> long-time bartender. >> where? >> vaughn downtown. >> is it still there? >> gorgeous bar, oh, yeah. >> did you love the gig? >> yeah, i loved it. it's really fun. it's a step up from waiter. you get to talk and chat. >> also, it forces you to make an instant connection with people, which for an actor, would be a good talent to have. >> you get to be ground level and see the best and worst of people. >> the last thing i have here is that you are fluent in mandarin. >> no. not fluent. >> can you speak it? >> passable mandarin. i will not be translating at the u.n. any time soon. >> something simple then.
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i co-wrote "zoolander 2" with ben stiller. it's a take off from the first "zoolander." say something in mandarin. happy new year. [ speaking mandarin ]. >> anyone verify that? >> we're going to take your word for it. great to have you on. >> thanks, man. >> we're going to hear from your co-stars, kristin wiig and will ferrell later. "zoolander 2" is in theaters february 12th. up next, jenna helps sheryl crow pull off a surprise in her own high school. first, this is hmm hmm hmm-hmm-hmm-hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm-hmm
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[ cheering ] i've got some real estate here in my bag counting the cars on the new jersey turnpike they've all come to look for america [ cheers and applause ] all come to look for america all come to look for america all come to look for america i'm bernie sanders,
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show heart today is brought
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>> it's valentine's day this weekend. mark that down. in honor of that, we're launching something new to get everybody ready to spread the love. >> we're calling it show heart today. we're searching for acts of kindness to share. jenna bush hager is here to kick it off. >> we crisscrossed the country to find people spreading kindness. in kennett, missouri, i teamed up with sheryl crow. we went out to spread heart in the heartland. >> reporter: verl sheryl crow is a nine-time grammy winner. she's a legend in the music business and in her hometown of kennett, missouri. today, at her old high school, it's like any other day. except it isn't any other day. >> they're going to be incredibly surprised. they have no idea what's going on. >> reporter: sheryl crow, kennett high school class of
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her parents still live in town and drop her off for school. >> is this nostalgic, having your parents drop you off at your old high school? >> it is but i lived across the street. i walked there every day. >> reporter: we sneak in the back through the coach's door while students and teachers pile into the gym for what they think is a pep rally. >> make some noise! >> reporter: then it's time for another show of spirit. >> the "today" show is here right now. [ applause ] >> you thought i was the surprise, right? didn't you? no, actually, we have one more surprise for you that i think you're going to like. a lot. we brought a hometown girl back here to celebrate you. mrs. sheryl crow! [ applause ]
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big round of applause for your teachers. [ applause ] >> they use their own money to make sure you have what you need in the classrooms. i want to bring down all the teachers from the high school to stand behind me. your teachers spend up to $600 or more sometimes a year. we are going to present them checks, on behalf of farmers insurance and adopt a classroom.org, to the teachers of kennett high school. [ applause ] >> reporter: each of kennett's 36 teachers can use the money toward classroom supplies for kids. >> what was it like when they called you up to tell you that they wanted to recognize you in front of your kids? >> i almost burst into tears. >> teary eyed. >> you're getting teary eyed now. >> i am. >> hi, guys. >> what does it mean to have
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been so successful, come back? >> we're obviously very proud of sheryl in our community. community. to have her come back and do this for the teachers is just extra special. scheme. i hope it goes a long way. >> reporter: i sat down with the rock star who started on a different stage. >> one thing people don't know is you were a teacher. >> when i got out of school, i went into teaching and i loved it. i had this burning desire to get my music heard. >> reporter: crow says her teachers inspired her to do just that. >> i know these towns are all the way across america, that send kids out believing they can do whatever they want in this giant world. i was that kid. >> so we have a year joon book from your time at kennett. >> oh, good. >> you were a senior maid? >> yes, i was a senior maid. that means always a bridesmaid and never the actual bride. waiting.
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the permed hair and all that. >> '80s. >> that's what yearbooks are good for, is the long line of hairdos. >> reporter: memories of a place that crow says still has her heart. returning brings the chance to thank those who have meant so much. >> so sheryl comes from a long line of teachers. her mother was a teacher, sisters were teachers, and she says, we both have dreams that we're late for class. every night, oh, no, i forgot to grade the papers. >> still having those dreams. >> it's important we support our teachers. it's something sheryl is doing with adopt a classroom. >> you said $600 really represents something admirable. >> the average amount that every teacher spends on materials for the classroom. >> teachers buy a lot of what they need out of pocket. >> anyway, we have to support them. >> jenna, thank you. up next, dr. oz is here to
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healthy on your next flight,
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all i need we're back at 8:48. there are millions of germs flying around on the planes. how do you stay healthy when you fly? it's one of the things dr. mehmet oz is tackling on his show this week. good morning. >> good morning. >> i don't like to think about the germs but -- >> let's talk about not just germs, lots of things to pay attention to when you travel. when you book your seats, not all seats are created equally. if you're worried about water landings, get above the wings. worried about crashing nose first into the mountain top, make sure you're in the back of the plane. more importantly, the pilots and co-pilots don't get the same meals. >> interesting.
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>> even though the plane is pressurized, every alcoholic beverage has twice the effect. >> we have to keep the air circulating. what do you mean? >> a lot of people think the person next to them can get them sick. >> the person diagonally can, too. also, the person on the other side of the plane. keep the air moving on your chest. you want it to protect you if it can. other things to worry about are the headrests. we did a survey. this is the dirtiest part of the plane. >> oh, gosh. your head. the things you take for granted, the table top in front of you, the air vent above you, they're >> never get clean snd. >> never get cleaned. use the foot to flush, as well. >> other modes of
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>> when folks look at the turnstile, they think their gloves will keep them immune. the gloves trap microbes, as well. wash your gloves once a month. most people never wash it, ever. >> it's true. >> if you take your cell phones around, clean it. it's dirtier than the bathroom. almost every study done, this is the dirtiest place. >> i don't think people do it often. >> it's simple. just wipe it down. keep your hands out of your pockets. the germs in your s s on your fingers. >> 20 seconds for the hotels. >> stay away from the glass in the bathroom. wipe off the remote control. put nit a ziploc. remove the bedspread and toss it away. quickly, get up and walk if you travel on board. stretch out the legs. drink a lot of water. get the hand wipes. >> always flush with the foot.
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more on his show starting today. check your local listings. up next, stirring up romance. sweet treats to get you in the mood for valentine's day. first, this is "today" on nbc. there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our conscience and our hearts and not to the pundits
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i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message, and i ask for your vote. we're back. it's 8:52. valentine's this weekend, "today" food is feeling the love. we're serving up dishes to get you in the mood.
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she has a decadent dessert this morning. good morning. >> good morning. >> is this going to spark romance? >> this food is definitely going to get you in the mood. it's irresistible, seductive. we need the eggs, cream, dark chocolate, butter, piecrust, lavender. >> so this is a tart? >> yes. first thing we're going to do is infuse our cream the night before with lavender. lavender relaxes you and it certainly can, you know, get you in the mood. do that the night before so that it adds lavender to the ganache. over here, i have my piecrust. you can make it from scratch if you'd like. i love just using store-bought piecrust, especially for something like this, when the star is the caramel, toasted marshmallow. >> good, don't have to feel bad about that. >> it's easier. we're going to prick it with the
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bake it for 12 to 14 inches, until golden brown. you can be a little festive. >> that's cute. >> i love it. >> how are my tasters downstairs? are you in the mood? >> you know, this is really good. could you not have been sweet, brandi? >> this is a trifecta of desserts. i was thinking about you. this is the easiest caramel sauce to make. add the sugar, wait until it color. then add the butter. add the salt because, honestly, it's the best part. it'll bubble up, quickly stir it. keep stirring it until it's nice and smooth. this. >> looks beautiful. >> oh, my gosh. i could just drink this. >> i could bathe in it. >> let's head back here, savannah. i've already put the salted caramel into the tart pan. if you could add our heavy cream
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>> into the chocolate. >> that's the lavender-infused cream. it adds a little something. >> already warm. >> i just popped it in the microwave two minutes. let it sit there and it'll melt the chocolate. you'll end up with this. if you want, i'm going to have you do the chocolate. >> i thought this was going to be very complicated but it doesn't seem like it. >> there's a couple steps that make it worth it. make it nice and smooth. piecrust. the salted caramel. >> talk to me, baby. >> okay. >> then it gets sexier. we add this meringue topping. everyone knows i love toasted marshmallows. i love s'mores. this is egg whites, cream of tarter and a little bit of sugar. if you have a tort, i was told i can't play with fire on camera, but if you have a tort, you can
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>> get the brown? >> nice, toasted part. get a slight broil on it. downstairs? do you like it? >> very good. >> rich. >> she said i had to try it. dessert. >> we want to watch brandi chug >> brandi, thank you. >> thank you. >> go to today.com/food for the recipe.
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we're in storm force mode this morning with another winter storm on tap.
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meteorologist tracking the snow. and the surf as the storm gets worked up. we are watching the wind and high tide along the shore. coastal flooding a concern today. along with a potential for power outages. we have the final results of our exclusive tracking poll ahead of tomorrow's new hampshire primary. super bowl 50 was one for the history books. a look back at the night that left broncos walking away a champion. there's the blizzard warning. plymouth county as well as the details up next. all that and a lot more. >> coming up there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality.
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is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our conscience and our hearts and not to the pundits and the naysayers. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message,
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