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pretty far away it looks like a hurricane on satellite. very powerful and very potent northeasterly winds. we caught the western fringe. the heaviest snows are in eastern mass. it is pretty much along and inside 128 and extending to 425 including the north shore, south shore and southern new hampshire and pockets around scr hatum. chatum. this pretty much stays with us in varying intensity. then it begins to lift northward. there still could be snow showers on the north shore and the south shore to start the day tomorrow. we think 5 to 9 in boston and 8 to 12 around cape anne. lesser amounts to the north. it is a light drying and fluffy snow. hyannis and nantucket and let's talk more about the wind and the tidal changes. >> i want to show you what the
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to the cape and the islands. 38 mile an hour wind gusts. it is still a breezy evening going on. you go to the south shore and they are gusting 20 to 30 miles an hour and the same thing along the north shore. the billing difference now is the wind has gone in a more northerly direction as opposed to a northeasterly direction. in boston what will happen with the wind is you can see what will happen. overnight, slowly diminishing. that's good news when we talk about what is going on near the shoreline. let's show you scenes from earlier. this is along revere and revere beach parkway. you can see the water splashing up. in lynn they had a similar situation where all of the water is bashing against the sea wall and a lot of spray as well. fortunately we didn't get any major reports of damage. what about the tides? this morning it was 11-2 and tonight it is a 10-3. we have a little surge and remember i was telling you about the wind?
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thing. minor flooding is possible. the areas we will be watching are sandwich, nantucket. it is a down graded version of what we had going on. it is this area we are talking about. it is because of the wind and the tide later tonight. >> the area mike just showed you, our team of reporters have spread up and down the coast. >> we get started with jack harper and he is in marshfield and flooding has been a major problem there. >> it is back on 13th street and the snow has picked up since we talked to you last. we have one of the bands coming through right in my face and coming across the ocean. across the coast the test came earlier today. that was with the high tide just before noon, and it was one of those high tides that started to crash over the sea wall about 10:00.
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it was pounding over and bringing rocks and debris as they usually do. they had the normal flooding, but then that dissipated and they were able to clear the streets of snow and gravel. people felt afterwards, the locals, that they pretty much lucked out. >> it was a lot higher than usual. if it went over that sea wall a few hours before even high tide. >> it is pretty good. last year i think was worse because of all of the damage that was caused. reporter: and this is where they really lucked out. that is that this snow did not stick to the wires or the day. we didn't have all of the downed wires and power outages. things held together pretty well. heather:we just lost him. this is nantucket and they took a hard hit around 11:30 during the high tide.
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left some areas closed and many streets underwater and there was erosion to contend with. newscenter 5's nicole estefan is there and she is braving it. reporter: not so much the snowfall, but the high winds. you saw a couple hours ago it was almost impossible to stand here. we are getting a little bit of a break, but when we get a break it picks up again. we are at jerico road and turner road. these are the usual suspects. this is the area that usually floods. if you look at the video of the high tide we shot earlier, that happened at 11:00 a.m. they were expecting serious flooding, but they dodged that bullet. only minor flooding. there are streets here that are unpassable. only a couple with some minor flooding. the big issue are the winds. people worried about losing power. a lot of folks are recovering
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they are getting their power back over the weekend. that too seems to be okay. the houses all have power. the officials are keeping a close eye on the wind. we did speak with some of the families watching the water closely. own though they damaged the flooding it was still scary. >> the waves were crashing over the house and the water was run thriewg here and down the -- through here and down the streets. >> they were huge. they were going and went up and on to the deck. reporter: here is the issue now if you are driving in this area. these roads are now getting snow-covered at this hour. they were pretty good at coming through, the plows earlier today. but this is what the high tide washed up, pieces of wood, rock, debris. we saw lobster traps. if you are driving in this area, we will continue to monitor the situation and bring you any updates as we have them. wcvb newscenter 5.
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injured after a bus crashes. there are critical injuries because of it. the tour bus was carrying 55 people and it was headed from new york city to moheegan sun. let's take you live on the roads. you are up in the salem area and you are moving along. you can see the pavement and is it pretty much like that in the bigger area? >> on the major roadways it looks like that or better. here is a look at the pike and you can see the blacktop here very visible. you can see the westbound side that would be much slower. today they are going slower because there is a speed restriction in affect in both directions of the pike. to the maps now. the speed restriction is from star bridge to boston. keep that in mind. check with your carriers. we are watching one spinout. one lane is closed. south of town you are in good shape.
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the pike is about 15 from 93 to 128 and beyond that is a slow go approaching 495. give yourself some extra minutes there. heather:this is brockton a few hours ago and you can see pretty tough conditions for the drivers there. look at that snow piling up. the plows were out all day working to clear those roads and we hope they have improved some. strong winds all day in sandwich as well where coastal flooding was a concern there. todd kazakiewich is live right now with more on the conditions. todd? reporter: heather, we got about seven to eight inches of snow here and strong wind all day. that's the case right now. we have low tide right now and the flooding has been fairly insignificant and it is the same case with power outages.
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storm. all eyes were on the high tide before 11:00 a.m. there had been concerns that high tide and high winds could bring flooding and power lines. they were prepared for the worse, but thankfully that did not happen. >> we got through the high tide period. there was some minor flooding. power outages are limited at the moment and so far, so good. reporter: and again power outages have remained limited all day. most people road out the storm at home, and we saw a few who decided to have fun with it. faking -- taking the heavy, wet snow and making a snowman. police and fire are not concerned about that high tide since the worst of the storm will have passed. wcvb newscenter 5. heather:take the latest stormteam forecast and closings with you wherever you go.
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the free wcvb mobile app for iphone and android. ed: with the first votes in the new hampshire primary not less than six hours away they crowded the campaign trail. julie is there and following donald trump. julie? reporter: he holds a lead over marco rubio, but according to the poll numbers 46% of likely gop voters have their mind 100% made up. at today's event trump didn't have an opportunity to reach a huge amount of voters. it was a town hall meeting, but it was about more than that. on the last day of campaigning he decided to meet with about 100 people and looking them in the eye and answering questions about the economy,
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issues and called for a clear call to action. >> we are angry and there is nothing wrong with being angry. i hope you are angry enough to go out and vote tomorrow, folks. reporter: donald trump said he has heard a lot from new hampshire voters about the heroin epidemic. at this town hall a father showed trump a photo of his son who he lost to overdose. donald trump invited that dad to the white house when he becomes president. he will learn more about this crisis from family members over consultants. wcvb, newscenter 5. heather:ted cruz is hoping he gets enough support from voters in new hampshire to come out on top again. >> so we are here in new
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is a turnout game. heather:there were stops in several spots including manchester. ed: the senator is fighting to overtake trump and cruz after coming in third in the iowa caucuses. heather:it was a busy day for john kasich. ed: and chris christie held a town hall in salem before he moved on to other events. he is in manchester looking for the undecided votes. heather:bernie sanders is looking for more votes. he held another rally in manchester. sanders encouraged people to get out and vote and he said he feels good about tomorrow after the results in iowa. >> in iowa we started off 40, 50 points behind and we ended up a virtual tie. new hampshire we started 30
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are going to do just fine tomorrow. heather:sanders has two more events tonight. ed: hillary clinton finds herself in the underdog role going into tomorrow's vote. janet wu is live in manchester. janet, you spoke with the secretary one on one. highway is she feeling about her chance -- how is she feeling about her chances? >> she couldn't be more upbeat. she surrounded herself with a group of far younger supporters than in recent weeks and defended herself against bernie sanders' charges. >> please come out and help me tomorrow. thank you so much, new hampshire! reporter: hillary clinton says she is about helping them even though they have voting for sanders. she has the scars from the mythical establishment as her husband called it. >> i am thankful for the millennials who are supporting hillary. reporter: i asked about her
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is running a dishonest campaign. >> i do think that the senator's campaign should do more to try to rein in some of the really mean spirited and hateful rhetoric that they are putting out there. reporter: at her get out the vote rally she went further. >> you know, i was kind of amused the other day. senator sanders took money from wall street firms. not directly, but through the democratic committee. there was nothing wrong with that. it didn't change his view or my view or my vote either. >> i asked if that was the case if elizabeth warren has endorsed her. >> the women senators have endorsed me and a lot of them have come up to campaign for me. >> she has not. why have you not asked her for her endorsement? >> i would be proud to have it. she is conscious of the
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that she wants to continue to be a voice for. i would be delighted and honored to have her support at anytime. reporter: i asked if there was any chance she could pull off a surprise victory and she had no had why what was going to happen tomorrow. live from manchester, new hampshire, janet wu, wcvb newscenter 5. >> newscenter 5 will have you covered from 4:30 in the afternoon all the way to midnight with the results as they come in and from every campaign. you can also watch live on the wcvb mobile app. ed: coming up next, what are all of the boxes for? a young woman helping out a woman in need inspired by her mother's personal struggle. harvey: depending on where you live you have had a couple inches of snow to 10 inches of snow. it is not over. it is still snowing.
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heather:in tonight's harding's acted. ed: she acted quickly. they were closed tossed aside by some and desperately needing more. >> nice to meet you. large heart. >> what we have here is the outline and the beginning of boxes. >> boxes, lots of boxes. it has grown so large it is a family affair. >> thank you proud of your sister? that's a nice smile. >> she has had a big impact on society. reporter: donated clothes go in these boxes. >> i clct clothes and -- and i collect accessories. i won't deny anything. >> clothes she has collected. >> if we sort through it and we put it through men, women, children. >> and it can take over the house. >> i couldn't have
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>> everything was packed. >> i do women, coats, accessories. >> she painstakingly sorts, stacks and fills her car and takes them to family movement to rosy's place and circle of hope. >> she runs a clothing drive for fellow students in memory of the year her mother spent homeless. >> she has been recognized by the mayor and celtics. but more importantly by lainey. it was for her daughter. >> as long as i helped one person that would have been worthy enough for me. >> she had more than one person. kelsey king joins our wall of fame that is growing nicely thanks to kelsey. she makes it look nice. heather:at 17 to have
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ed: and it keeps going and going and going. heather:the possibilities are endless. ed: we are tracking the winter weather in parts of massachusetts. a blizzard warning right now. heather:this is a live look. harvey leonard will be right back with his complete forecast to let us know when one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. rwe intend to be sure that everybody in this room p and every child in this state is somebody. p no matter where they're born,
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every child has a chance rto live up to his or her god-given potential. fighting for children, and i'm not stopping now. i'm hillary clinton, and i have always approved this message. let's take a live look. the wind and the snow is still blowing around right now. >> we have a couple more hours at least. harvey, it is tough to say even how much snow is in communities because of this drifting and blowing. harvey: and the areas that had the most snow has had the most winds. you can measure in as many plays as much as possible. a winter storm warning is continuing for the boston area and a winter weather advisory
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a quarter or more of visibility and it has happened. at least six places have qualified. 24r is the -- there is the storm it looks like a hurricane on satellite. the western bands of snow made it into our area and that is the reason why. very big storm and a large northeasterly wind. nantucket at double digits. you can see the cape is all the six to 10 inch range. more modest amounts at six and a half inches. plymouth is six and sud burr rethree and a half. visibility is down some in snow now covering the entire area. visibility is down to three quarters of a mile to a couple miles in boston. there are areas that it is coming down harder in eastern massachusetts including as well as plymouth county. slow accumulating snow a
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probably happen and then it starts to lift northward. early tomorrow there may be flurries or snow showers. that's the ocean affect. cold, northerly wind over the warmer ocean waters and it deposits the snow flurries and the squalls. that will continue off and on. they will get clipped later tomorrow and tomorrow night and another storm is going to form. by the time we get to tomorrow morning, 8 to 12 should do it for the cape and cape anne. 5 to 9 for boston and lesser amounts as you increase your distance north and west. this is the one that barely clips the cape and brushes by late tomorrow night. it is a little too far out. visibility is down in boston and steady snow right now. 21 degrees northerly wind is cold out there. still have gusty winds. up to almost 40 miles an hour hyannis and nantucket. the windchills are only in the single digits. bitter, bitter, bitter cold
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sunday could be the coldest temperatures of the winter. i would not be shocked if boss step dropped be -- boston dropped below zero. so an absolutely frigid weekend is coming up. there are signs that won't lars long. that won't last long. the temperatures could moderate quickly. we have a long way to go between now and early next week. ed? heather:we are looking forward to those warm ups. ed: was there a zero on there? hi, maria. >> hello ed and heather. at 7:00, deck kays of quality -- decades of quality work are leaving an impression. the badges and shields made here in massachusetts. and then tonight on newscenter 5 at 11:00, remember the bomb threats that are plaguing our local schools, the new clues just revealed on who is sending them. we will see you after world news tonight new day for america is responsible for the content
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heather:some of our reporters are having a tough time with the snow blowing in their faces. ed: cold and windy. heather: you have done that a few times. harvey: absolutely. heather:can we put it behind us? harvey: not yet. it is snowing everywhere. most is now steady like the darker blues that are light to moderate snows. this will go on between now and midnight and then taper down. except for a few snow showers. that's how i think the totals
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this is a light, dry and fluffy snow. ed: it is still a lot of snow. there is voting in new hampshire. will it lippinger into -- will it linger into tomorrow? harvey: the weather will be fine tomorrow. no issues there at all. ed: no issues. harvey: except cold.
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