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all morning. >> shiri: time being it all about the snow, guys. big fat snowflakes area wide from worcester at 30 to boston at 33, portsmouth, new hampshire at 32 and only exception to the rule is going to be here as we travel across the cape and slowly and surely as expected we have the rain-snow line hovering very close to the cape codancal and sandwich first to make the flip over, still heavy rain in barnstable over in sea bury this morning and this morning i have been warning you about big snowfall rates and make things a mess on the roads between visibility and accumulation getting this on twitter right now, sara and i both getting one inch in last hour in hingham and snowfall intensity is expected through early afternoon, so future cast here only change that i have by noon time today is extending the rain-snow line a little further across the cape snow that you have out there now, it is going to be through
until about 3:00 this afternoon, out into the worcester area, you could see the shades lightning up and that's where showers are starting to dwindle toward boston and expecting that around 4:00 this afternoon, snow will come to an end and this evening for the cape, between six and 7:00 p.m. and cape two to four inches of snow expected, two to four in parts of southern new hampshire and closer to the close down to the north shore, boston, south shore central massachusetts and that's our jackpot, pretty big jackpot at four to eight inches and working snow reports so far. let's get you over to sarah wroblewski though because you have a close eye on visibility which is really struggling. >> sarah: with rain and snow accommodating, tricky travel from worcester to bedford to beverly, less than quarter of mile, so take it easy because we will continued to see the visibility rates reduced as the winds do pick up, gusting over 20 bedford to worcester, over 30, now 45 on nantucket. so really windy conditions,
outages isolated as the heavy wet snow on the branches may cause some problems out there, but as shiri was mentioning the rain-snow line collapsing toward the coast, so hour-by-hour in places like hyannis with rain and snow mixing in expect to see the see the snow midday and see snow lingering through the evening but places like boston, you will see improvement as we head into the evening hours, but the temperatures, they will be dropping, talk more about that, plus show you some of your viewer reports coming up. let's get check of traffic now with julie. >> julie: visibility means very bad for the commute and troublesome, 128 accident in burlington and approach tobin bridge with accident there. pike visibility very low and these are the traffic cameras i monitor for you every morning as you can see really on the gas -- one in the bottom left-hand corner with the expressway,
33 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave, 12 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, 25 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. all morning long we have seen road crews out there working to keep roads clear. the pike no exception. take a look at this. this is probably the best way to illustrate the morning so far. on left is own michael henrich in natick around 4:00 a.m., getting soaked then. on the right that's michael about an hour ago, covered in snow. we want to go live to michael right now where you're still covered in snow. it is coming down, michael. >> michael: salt in the wound. this isn't snow. salted in the wound. it is an interesting morning and certainly has progressed from the rain to the little bit of mix at 4:30 and then boom, it has been snow ever since and we are showing you how not only displaying actual snow on grass here and used to be grass here and natick service plaza on
also seeing how much it has been sticking on the pike itself and send out in the snow event out on roads, and 3,000 crews on the commonwealth and weston to the new york border down to 40 miles per hour and doing the smart thing and slow down, leave extra room, all the common sense advice in snow storms, really holds true. we looking at snow now, jackson? i think sara wanted a name for this. i decided to call him kevin lemanowicz. it is national weather person's day after all. keep eye on fun part of the snow and, of course, safety part of the snow throughout the rest of the morning and have update on how things are going here throughout the pike in 30 minutes. for now live in natick, michael
lemanowicz, fox25 news. >> daniel: north of boston shiri says snow is picking up rapidly. continues team coverage live in andover, and jess, it was raining there around 4:00 a.m., and look at what it is doing now. >> jessica: how much it has accumulated on the windshield, very slushy type of snow we are dealing with as it is relatively warm incident and look at roads here now, this is the big difference in what we have been seeing from 4:00 until now. it was raining when we first got here, didn't see any signs of snow, and at this point you can see it is just a mess on the roads. people are driving a little bit faster than they should amount right now, but it is very slushy and snow is accumulating very, very quickly here on the roads. so once again, we know schools here in andover, they are closed
haverhill, schools all over the area will be closed and everyone is urged to stay off the roads as best you can. live in andover, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> julie: national grid reporting more than 2600 customers without service. about half of those are in bellingham. ever source has 250 outages in this hour. >> daniel: all morning part of a commute with the driving camera, along route 9 in natick, driving camera just left the natick mall just again to heed the warnings, if you don't have to be out on the roads this morning, stay-at-home and watch us here on fox25. daniel: snow also causing troubles and terminal a earlier this morning, people were gathered around the flight information board to see if they are still taking off on time, and quick answer is probably not
morning of this, and right now there are 95 cancellations and 27 delays, that's up from just about an hour ago. most of those flights are to and from new york. the airlines are reminding people to check in before heading out the door. from the air to the roads and the rails, we are here for you all morning. take our team coverage with you when you leave the house using the fox25 weather app school closings and delays updating on that app and at the bottom of your screen all morning. shiri and sara are back with the forecast coming up in just a few minutes. daniel: 9:07 right now. new york city. you're looking at live pictures now. crane has collapsed just a few blocks from the world trade center, at least one person has been killed. you could see firefighters there on a scene. cars that were parked on the street have been crushed by this crane. we don't know yet what went wrong, but this is just breaking we will stay on top of the
new developments as they come in. >> julie: it is the final weekend of campaigning before the new hampshire primary begins and this morning there are two clear front runners. donald trump given strong lead and billionaire has 29% of likely voters and marco rubio is in second and ted cruz earned 13% and john kasich and jeb bush trail closely behind. among the democrats bernie sanders remains commanding favorite. the vermont senator has 61% compared to 31% for hillary clinton. >> daniel: hillary clinton and bernie sanders will be in campaign events. last night there were fiery exchanges on the stage at unh. the candidate battled over income inequality and economic reforms, and also sparred which candidate will be able to
making on the campaign trail. >> secretary clinton does represent the establishment. i represent, i hope, ordinary americans, and by the way, who establishment. >> governor sanders is the only person i think would as president. >> daniel: tuesday's primary will take place in manchester. >> julie: confirmed on the front page of the paper this morning, massachusetts governor charlie baker will make the presidential pick today. our political reporter sharman sacchetti has confirmed governor baker will endorse new jersey governor chris christie for the republican presidential nomination. governor christie was in boston last night attending the bruce springsteen concert at the garden. political reporter sharman
coverage from the new hampshire primary coverage in manchester. primary night we will be with you all night from the start of our news at 5:00 p.m. all the way through 11:30 and also stream it live on myfoxboston.com and on the fox25 news app. >> daniel: boston police continue to seven for suspects in violence at local strip mall. we have been seeing you the crime scene since we came on the air at 4:00. we know two people were shot and two people were stabbed near the red line and so far we have no word on the condition of victims. daniel: new york city this morning, two officers are in the hospital and two people under arrest following a shootout in the bronx. police say it started in the stairwell of the housing complex very close to where the new york mayor was giving his state of the city speech. the officers asked two people for identification and that's when one of them pulled a gun and started shooting. one officer was truck in the
both officers are expected to be okay. one of the two men in the stairwell later killed themselves. two other people are under arrest in connection with the shooting indecent assault you may have seen the camera early on show or twitter feed but i show them because there's a representation of the changing conditions. big, thick rain drops on some of the lenses and visibility still very challenging out there and unfortunately it is not or quite yet. >> shiri: snowflakes melting when hit the lens, but nasty snow out there, temperatures in the lower 30s as we hit the evening commute, it is going to be a little bit cooler, flurries remaining, big time improvement the second half of the day and what time it is over in the town or city next. >> daniel: a lot more coming your way this morning, donald trump ruffling feathers in new england.
using some of the other tools, slightly further north, which means sandwich north falmouth still seeing more rain than snow and you could see we have a band of steadier heavier snow moving toward rutland and spencer and hour-by-hour track nicer weekend with team coverage in a couple minutes. >> julie: in new york city breaking news in the past hour a crane has collapsed in world trade center and video from the scene. we have confirmed one person has died. worry working to gather information from hospitallers on the ground and update throughout the morning on air and at myfoxboston.com.
going as far as the response? >> finally behaving the way it was predicted. you guys this whole event was really moving around and last 48 hours and western part of the state to eastern part of the state and 3,000 pieces of equipment plowing and seeing rain-snow mix in some areas and fortunately for us traffic volume do seems to be lighter and cancellations and people hopefully taking mbta and making light of decisions to leave
>> julie: roads have been a bit of a halt eng and volume overall have been light and appreciative and appreciative for that and lots of challenge if there are lots of cars. route 193 south volume staying light, pike open and visibility is so greatly reduced and real challenge if you are getting ready to head out the door, prepare to take it slow. live drive times, 15 minutes on the pike weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel and 19 minutes on route 9 from 495 to speen street, 30 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear has been working very hard this morning to keep us up-to-date on snow totals and watching closely because we are seeing stronger gusts with this and going to boil down to some possible power
and power lines and of course, wind whipping, the snow we have out there, brand-new snow totals and moments before coming on air at intern helping me and framingham with three and a half lunenburg 3.1 and deeper banding near auburn and south shore and that's where it is a bit more intense and we have had and pounding rain over the cape and really no exception and hadn't totally switched over and to the remainder of the morning, through lunchtime only thing
rest of the area it is snowing, not like it is going to be a blizzard out there, you have seen pictures, reduced visibility, decent snowfall rates straight through early afternoon, it is going to begin to ease up through 3:00 p.m. worcester area and not until four or five in boston are we truly done with the snow and encourage you to go out, start shoveling, why would you want to clean up before it is over, snow finally ending this evening between six and seven at the cape and we will be watching through the day for any burst of snow which could change those expectations and it is south shore boston, north shore central mass merrimac valley and wide spread tour to eight inches of snow -- four to eight inches of snow and totals we have in the last hour increased that across and higher snowfall range and four to eight inches and mildford, jaffrey or keene, new hampshire, with two to four inches out twa today -- there today and go early to
wroblewski, the pictures are beautiful coming in. >> sarah: a lot of folks having fun with the pictures but roadways looking terrible in some spots, but you know, people are happy. finally snowing thanks for sending in reports and good three to four inches here and campfire still has to be dug out there and broadway and lynn, you know, i showed you this picture about an hour ago and sure enough, the snow has been covered, so it is starting to see some improvement, and what is the snow day without that picture of ruler there, two inches of heavy wet snow right in weymouth, so dealing with the sticky pasty snow and route 1 in fitchburg, normally very busy and not very much in under two inches of snow and counting, because yes, we are going to be talking about temperatures in the 20s and 30s, winds quite gusty, we are going to see the snow continue at least through
visibility and interior over 20 on the cape and wet wastey snow and see isolated power outages, hearing trees crackling and take precaution. wind drawing also in cooler air, so tonight we are going to fall into the teens and 20s, going to be a flash freeze for some of the wet areas, slush out there, take it easy if you're going to be headed out in roadways, black ice, especially early tomorrow and good news temperatures going to be in the upper 30s, and by sunday into the low 40s, so got the warming trend back with us and high pressure keeps us dry and few flurries, snow showers and weakening front comes on through, southern new england, fairly quiet, going to keep eye on these two storm systems as they head into next week, show you the 7-day forecast. looks like that one to the south may just pass us but the one out to the great lakes may be bringing us some snow as we head into monday and tuesday of wednesday next week, still uncertainty with that, but at
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>> daniel: welcome back on friday, february 5th, i'm daniel miller. >> julie: good morning, everyone, i'm julie grauert. the snow out there meanings hundreds of closings and delays, full list at the bottom of the screen or at myfoxboston.com. >> daniel: we have a team of reporters covering the storm this morning. michael henrich along the pike in natick, jessica reyes is further north at andover and, of course, julie will be watching the drive times with you this morning and begin with meteorologist shiri spear and sarah wroblewski and look where we are seeing the heaviest bands of snow right now, shiri. >> shiri: still coming down at great clip and intense from time to time through the morning. not talking blizzard conditions. but we are talking some breezy snow, snow that's going to come down an inch per hour in some spots, right now the focus norwood at 33 , things not all that heavy for the north shore, but see worcester up to fitchburg we have a nice band out there of the heavier snow,
temperatures over the cape right now upper 30s to even
lower 40s this morning and closely been watching the rain-snow line and even in the last hour we have passing over provincetown and inching across sandwich and nantucket with the rain and steady snow everywhere else and from time to time it is going to be heavy in your area, straight through the early afternoon. so at 3:00 p.m. things are winding down nashua down to worcester, it doesn't really wind down until four, possibly even 5:00 in the boston area by winding down i mean ending after 3:00 p.m. and expect snowfall rates and don't want to truly clean up until it is over and closer to 5:00 for the outer cape it will be the evening between six and seven and two to
inches of snow straight to sea coast of boston and south shore in central massachusetts and to the north and west of that you will have a sharp cutoff to some of the higher snow totals and two to four seems like reasonable number for southwestern new hampshire and western massachusetts, so we got heavy rin, we got heavy snow this morning, we got wind, we got a little bit of everything in helping me keep an eye on it this morning and break it down for you. sarah wroblewski, take it away. >> sarah: other folks at home keeping an eye on it and tons of reports this one from brockton snowing like a beast, whiteout conditions just a couple minutes ago and darker shades of blue indicating where the heavier rain, heavier snow is, rain across the cape and i wanted to point this out, cape dealing with strong wind gusts, gusts over 40 miles per hour in places like hyannis and nantucket, that is really reducing visibility, down to less than a mile and majority of eastern parts of the state, cape a little bit better but when it flips over to snow, expect to see whiteout
continues over the next couple of hours through the afternoon we will start to see improvements west to east and temperatures stay steady in the low 30s. so it is going to be heavy dense snow, going to be hard to move, but by the evening we are looking at dryer conditions but dropping. i will talk more about the icy conditions expected overnight, ahead. let's look at traffic now with julie. >> julie: accidents on side roads, areas near driveways, especially slippery there if they haven't been treated, route 1 near i-95 and that has since cleared, we have another one, accident on lexington street at ridge lane in the waltham area. pike don't be fooled by the traffic flow being bright green, you need to really stop the speeds down because visibility is such a challenge out there. here are live drive times, 495 to mass ave, 11 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, 23 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the
it is a snow day in the merrimac valley where rain turned to snow while we were on air jessica and jessica reyes out there. >> jessica: going to continue throughout the day, take a look down the street here crosswalk area, see how much it has accumulated and been since 5:30 this morning and it has been raining and picking up and snowing heavily throughout the morning and look at roads, roads are pretty slushy, a little slower than they normally would and crews are out there and following this all day long and
at five and six, live in andover, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> daniel: michael henrich along the pike this morning and really seen is go from hardly any rain there to snow, enough that you have been able to make a snowman. >> michael: yes, indeed. i named him during the live report and just how much snow has come down here and safely in the natick service plaza, and that is the mass pike behind me, and that is the service plaza on grassy strip and right here, again, this isn't science, i forgot the ruler at home and between three and four inches, probably edging three and a half at this point, here at the natick service plaza, and you're seeing some of the accumulation on the mass pike despite the big response we have seen from the department of transportation, as you heard in the live folder
minutes ago, he said they had 3,000 pieces of equipment out here on the roadways clearing it, treating it, that's number that's been updated throughout the morning as we initially said at four which storm intensifies, the response did as well. didn't drivers we have been talking to, different commuters and some a little bit upset, initially they weren't taking it seriously, seeing aggressive drivers on the roadways, and now we are seeing and hearing a lot more tales of caution here when we speak with people at the gas pumps in the service plaza. we will continue to monitor it the next few minutes, and, of course, the crews will pick up where we left off and have updated report wrapping everything up on the storm and five and six and all days on weather and news apps. live in natick, michael henrich, fox25 news.
and rails we will keep conherring it and significant delays and cancellations at logan airport and morning team can always be with you if you leave the house by using the fox25 weather app. school closings and delays are updating on that app and bottom of the screen. shiri and sara are back with the forecast coming up in a few minutes. daniel: following breaking news out of new york and crane collapsed on several cars and killing one person. we have new details this half hour. the crane came crashing down about an hour ago. workers say it was swinging and wrecking ball when it toppled over. reports from the scene and blocking entire scene right now and going on all day and
online beginning at five. >> julie: this weekend presidential hopeful making a final push on voters. fox25 catherine parrotta is inside the red arrow diner. catherine, you have been talking to people there all morning about how they feel about the election. >> catherine: we have been talking to people about their opinions going into the primary here with diane and told me bernie sanders and hillary clinton for you. what are the pros and cons for each? >> i like hillary's platform and i like bernie's platform as well believe in regular people's values and i like the fact that he has a different way of looking for things and washington system and i have a hard time feeling that someone
changed the system. i'mun decided at this points. >> >> catherine: what did you think of the debate last night. >> figure out how they are different and work together no matter who comes out on top, and i think that's positive and came through last night. >> catherine: some people say they are still undecided and some people saying the hype is almost too much for them at this point, but we know the candidates will be out in force this weekend. democrats had the debate last night, republicans will have a debate tomorrow night and what comes down to tuesday and what the polls will say and updated here all day on the website at myfoxboston.com and newscast tonight at five and six. live at red arrow diner, catherine parrotta, fox25 news.
a last minute change for donald trump late last night the billionaire added an extra stop in new hampshire today. republican now plans to appear at the lion's club in londonderry. trump will be there at 12:30. last night spoke with voters in portsmouth and during the event he criticized the member of the kennedy family. >> we are not going to use caroline kennedy in japan to talk about cars. she is a nice person. negotiating with japan. >> daniel: president obama picked kennedy. stay with us as we approach the primary on tuesday. fox25 political reporter sharman sacchetti is anchoring conkey from -- coverage from the primary and analysis at 7:00 p.m. and monday and primary night will be with
our news at 5:00 p.m. all the way through 11:30 and stream it live on myfoxboston.com and fox25 news app. >> julie: visibility still a challenge and volume is light and does make the commute easier in these tough weather conditions. >> shiri: changes biggest lunchtime and early afternoon because that's when we have the heaviest snow. by 3:00 p.m. things will start to lighten up and travel conditions will slightly improve but not until this evening. good roads coming your way and hour-by-hour look with bandwidth heavy snow next. >> daniel: two massachusetts natives hope to make it to the top 24 of "american idol," but only one would make it. coming up who is celebrating
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coverage in a few minutes. >> julie: learning more about the breaking news situation in new york city. crane collapsed around 8:30 this morning killing one person. in the last ten minutes we learned the person was a construction worker. witnesses say the crane was swinging a wreckle ball when it toppled over. the crane is blocking an entire street right now. we are learning details and we will update you tonight at 5:00 p.m. >> daniel: new england town voted in favor of plan that would allow teachers to carry firearm in the classroom. not only would it arm teachers, allow 26 hours of violence response training, but some of
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better atun -- uncovering. >> julie: checking we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes and today it has been a challenge because of the weather. volume is light and road conditions are very dangerous out there. visibility is low and here is look at all of our different traffic camera i have been monitoring and not as many cars used to seeing. 25 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. 11 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike. 27 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and, what is the timeline looking like for snow event? >> shiri: things lighten up around 3:00 but not ending until the commute at 5:00 p.m., so until then we will still see heavy snow, and these are the latest, newest snow reports and putting these together five
inches of snow, half foot marlboro, new hampshire five and a half and five framingham and chelmsford three inches of snow in northborough 2.9. actually going to take you town by town in just moments, but look at this, got the rain-snow line as expected moving down across the cape. it is going to be kind of a slow and steady process here, but it does cross the cape for rest of the morning and also notice we have bands of heavier steadier snow in central massachusetts and heavy snow in southeastern mass as well but zooming into the rain-snow line had a lot of -- looks very close to sandwich, most of my reports from the upper cape right now are actually of rain. so like i said, it is kind of a slow thing here, but slow will win out the next couple of hours foxborough two inches of snow, sharon inch, walpole two inches, hopkinton reporting two inches of snow, northborough 2.9, lunenburg 3.1, fitchburg one and a half, pepperell two inches of snow and we have a new report
lexington one and a half, one in north reading but i have to say that's a couple hours old, i suspect it has gone up there. though snow isn't as heavy in northeastern massachusetts into new hampshire with greenville and boston 1.6 and bow 1.4 and kingston right now inch of snow so far, and this is the progress of that rain snow and really only change between now and noon and more snow to the cape and temperature in lower 30s and very clopy snow when close to freezing, sticky, kids love it because it is good for snowballs and 3:00 p.m. we got snowfall really lightening up out toward worcester, snow snowing in boston and notice that really tapers off by 5:00 p.m., we got clearing skies and not until between about six and seven snow pulls away from the cape, two to four inches there because of the mixing, most of the south shore boston, north shore central mass, four to eight inches of snow, going to go all the way up
new hampshire, rye, derry, two to four totals and we continue to track this all morning long, we will have updates for you both on air and online, but now sarah wroblewski has been by my side all morning long and i know power outages is something we are closely watching. >> sarah: watching for power outages, showing next 24 possibility, and getting reports of hearing some branches crack with heavy wet snow combined with these current wind gusts that are over 40 in places like hyannis and nantucket, we are likely going to see power outages and wind sustained at 15 miles per hour, making it feel like 10 cooler and if you are going to be out and move snow, temperatures not budging too much perhaps into the
come to an end and expect dryer conditions and winds come out of the northwest and sure enough, bring in cold air and temperatures fall back below freezing for everyone, so any slush, wet conditions out there, likely going to freeze icy spots and temperatures back into the teens away from the coast, want to throw down sand, salt before you step out tomorrow morning and good news on the horizon though and as we head into the weekend, temperature above freezing, climbing into upper 30s to 40 on saturday, and by sunday we will climb a couple more degrees. high pressure keeps us dry, pretty quiet weekend traveling northward into northern new england, few flurries, few scattered snow showers and cold front will come on through and going to be quiet for southern new england. by next week we will be tracking yet another system, system to the south and another to the great lakes that will be coming together and getting close to the area and could potentially provide the risk of more snow as we take a look at 7-day forecast
conditions, chance of those flurries, but it is next week monday into tuesday, possibly into wednesday, system into snow and could be accumulating snow and have the latest coming up on the fox25 morning news later on tonight and we are going to keep you updated every half hour as we head into the morning and afternoon, daniel. >> daniel: breaking details into the newsroom about a dangerous disease. coming up new discovery about
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international news about the zica virus. head of the brazilian research group says scientists have found active zica virus in urine and saliva samples. previous cases were in found in blood. it is concerning that brazil is hosting olympic games and it was only thought to be a threat to pregnant woman. six. one last look at breaking situation in new york city right now. collapsed crane around 8:30 this morning that killed one person. past half hour we found out that person was a construction worker witnesses say the crane was
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very latest and fox25 news at 5:00. >> julie: umass announced on campus housing was announced. 1,000 bed dorm complex will be available to freshman and transfer students. >> julie: annika made it to top 24 but not all of our local girls were as lucky. >> you did not make the cut. >> julie: judges sent her home last night.