tv Newscenter 5 Eyeopener ABC November 20, 2016 6:00am-7:00am EST
announcer: now, on newscenter 5 eyeopener -- kelly ann: showers this morning and the areas that might see some snow. antoinette: a deadly accident in duxbury. the construction worker killed by a power saw. doug: the tip that led to an arrest to a hit and run. that incident caught on camera. announcer: you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. doug: good morning, everybody. sunday, november 20. i'm doug meehan. antoinette: i'm antoinette antonio. 6:00. 48 degrees outside.
doug: ooh. antoinette: not that one. the other "s" word. the cold, cold "s" word. kelly ann: that's the snow we're tracking into western massachusetts right now. you can see, that is locked in place for this morning. it's been in place for much of the early morning hours and will likely stay in place for the afternoon. that's why accumulations of snowfall will be impressive on those highest mountains. elsewhere, it's a cool rain tracking through. that's following a northerly track make its way with light rainfall through much of the cape and also just along the coastline. even downtown boston seeing light rainfall at this point. moving into new hampshire, we have showers pushing through making its way into manchester at this point. then that snowfall just barely extending onto 91 this morning. this is a persistent snow, light but persistent throughout the day. we will likely see that snow into tonight and tomorrow morning as well. many of us missing out on the
we have that wind that will keep us with wind chills in the 30's in the afternoon. we're talking about the chance for some snowflakes even moving into the lower elevations as well in eastern massachusetts. doug and antoinette, i'll have a look at that track coming up. antoinette: okay, kelly ann, thank you. osha is investigating a deadly construction site accident in duxbury. doug: this is a tough one. one worker was killed while working with a power saw. it happened saturday afternoon police say the 28-year-old man was hit in the throat. firefighters requested a helicopter transport but were told one wasn't available at the time. >> we decided to transport to the beth israel hospital in plymouth. again, significant injuries. had to call osha to come and investigate the accident. they're currently investigating that now with the duxbury police department. doug: firefighters tell us the man died of his injuries at the hospital. his name has not been released. antoinette: a teenager is under arrest after dragging a man from
police found that 17-year-old driving erratically on hooper street in worcester. the victim, who is the owner of the truck, was hanging out the driver's door by his arm. the 45-year-old rutland man was eventually freed and he ended up with serious injuries. no word on how he ended up being dragged. that teenager, meanwhile, sped off while police followed. officers arrested him after a brief struggle, and he is now facing several charges. doug: an arrest has been made in this hit and run that happened out in chelsea. remember this one? police say it was a tip that 25-year-old arnold hernandez of lynn saturday. police say hernandez was driving that white minivan that hit a 72-year-old woman who was crossing the street friday morning. the van was found saturday, and police impounded it as evidence. that woman is expected to recover. we're learning more about a victim hit by a car while walking through dorchester friday night. the pedestrian was a woman in her 50's.
police say the driver stayed at the scene. no charges at this time. antoinette: boston police are asking for your help to track down whoever's responsible for the latest deadly shooting in dorchester. this happened near franklin park on normandy street saturday morning. police say they were called out just before 3:00 a.m. the victim, a man in his late 20's, died at the scene. no other details about the shooting have been released. lawyers for gary sampson preparing their defense in his sentencing retrial. they'll begin their case tomorrow. sampson was sentenced to death left three people dead in massachusetts and new hampshire. he was granted a new sentencing trial on appeal. federal prosecutors rested their case on thursday after family members of those killed took the stand. doug: well, an unlikely pair holding a high-level meeting yesterday. president-elect donald trump sitting down with one of his toughest critics, former massachusetts governor mitt romney. that meeting comes as trump works to fill out his cabinet.
the pair met up at trump's private golf course in new jersey joined by vice president-elect mike pence. the meeting lasted nearly 90 minutes. no sign of a done deal. >> we had a far-reaching conversation with regards to the various theaters in the world where there are interests of the united states of real significance and look forward to the coming administration. doug: trump also met with retired marine corps general james mattis, considered a top prospect for defense secretary. the president-elect has more meetings on deck today and possibly more job announcements. another local connection to trump's presidency, manchester, new hampshire, police chief nick willard could be in line for a law enforcement position within trump's team. the union leader reporting that willard and trump have engaged in conversation, the newspaper saying willard could be asked to fill roles at the office of national drug policy or the u.s.
antoinette: the president-elect also lashing out after friday night's "hamilton" performance. mike pence attended that show. video shows the v.p.-elect arriving to a crowd cheering and also booing. at the end of the show, the cast addressed pence directly, saying they hoped the show inspired him to uphold our american values. trump was not a fan of that, tweeting yesterday that the cast harassed his v.p. actor brandon dixon has a different view. >> i'm so glad that he stayed, listened. and i truly appreciate him doing that. antoinette: trump tweeted that the actor should apologize to pence. meanwhile, somerville mayor joe curtatone making his thoughts on trump's reaction known. he tweeted this at trump. quote, you need to be better than this or nation is in serious trouble. people are going to speak out. and your job is to listen. doug: two senior officials are asking president obama to replace the chief of the
defense secretary ash carter and director of national intelligence james clapper believe that admiral michael rogers is not working fast enough for the reorganization dealing with cyber attacks. the president wants to separate the nsa's traditional intelligence gathering from its cyber command. replacing rogers would be an unprecedented move. trump is reportedly considering rogers to take over clapper's job. antoinette: all right. were you a winner? two bucks even? doug: with t no. antoinette: no, no. doug: general loser. antoinette: okay, that powerball jackpot then will continue to grow. doug: there's some good things in this. there were no winners in yesterday's drawing. your winning numbers for those that didn't win, 16, 24, 28, 43, 61, and the powerball of 21. last night's jackpot, $320 million. the 18th drawing since the jackpot was last hit on september 17. the next drawing is on wednesday
you're not going to get the 9 million. it's going to taxes. you can get your tickets until just about 10 minutes before it's drawn. my dry cleaner, scratch ticket. 50 grand on a scratch ticket. antoinette: you want to go for the big one. doug: she said it was one that was out of date. it was one of the last few in the rack. antoinette: you never know. on the way this morning, a stunning discovery at a crash scene in texas. doug: this is awful. that everybody else missed. antoinette: the recall of a popular snack. the concern over a brand of hummus that's getting it pulled from store shelves. kelly ann? kelly ann: i'm tracking cool
doug: doug: welcome back. thanksgiving just four days away. one local turkey farmer says that's good business. for the first year, the owners of lilac hedge farm soldous over 40 turkeys for the holiday. now five years later, they're close to selling 700. even though they had signups open for a couple of months for those birds, there are always customers who wait 'til the last
also baling hay, they can tell you how the animal was raised, how it was fed. i think that's really key. people want to know where their food is coming from. doug: the good news is mackay says they still have a good supply left of turkeys between 14 and 20 pounds. antoinette: the salvation army making sure everyone has a turkey on the table this thanksgiving. the organization handed out nearly 2,100 meal baskets they include a turkey, a roasting pan, vegetables, and pumpkin pie. despite the economic recovery, the salvation army says it is giving away 75% more baskets this year than five years ago. >> i think folks experiencing poverty, folks who are working a couple of part-time jobs just to try to make ends meet, are not quite experiencing the same economic recovery that everybody is. antoinette: the salvation army says thanks to generous donations, it will likely have enough thanksgiving baskets for
yesterday made for a beautiful day for america's hometown thanksgiving celebration in plymouth. volunteers worked so hard to make this parade a big success, and it really was. the floats honor the history of plymouth including the pilgrims and the mayflower. it is an annual tradition for thousands of people, including the newscenter 5 eyeopener team. doug: look at that. antoinette: i got to take part in the parade emily, cindy and olessa. and it really was a fantastic time. that is america's hometown. the people are marvelous. doug: not just local folks. i saw a shout-out from one of my friends from arizona that was here just for that. kelly ann: the weather was just right. if it was today, it would have been a different story. antoinette: exactly. kelly ann: we lucked out for that. antoinette: mid 50's.
to get. there's snow moving in. snowfall accumulation mainly confining themselves into western new england. here's a look at the snowfall forecast. throughout the day today, that snow on the radar is likely going to lock in place for western massachusetts and the berkshires, and really throughout the green mountain range as well. so that's where we see upwards of 8 inches possible on the highest of mountains. now we move down into the lower elevations. worcester hills could see a grassy coati tomorrow morning while the rest of us, it's mainly a cool and gusty rain. late tonight and tomorrow morning as temperature drop, a few less snowflakes can't be ruled out. rainfall right now is pushing northward. this is the main track at this point. it's a very light rainfall which right now is mainly confining itself on to the very far eastern portion of the coast. you're moving from 128 eastward. moving to the north shore as well and making its way to far
this is now extending into new hampshire sea coast as well and the merrimack valley where we are seeing heavier showers at this point pushing through. the snow is steady although it is very light pushing through through the berkshires trying to push eastward onto 91, likely staying just west of 91, though, and that's where it's going to stay through much of today, extending through much of new york and vermont as well. temperatures right now down to the 30's as we push into western portions of massachusetts. 32 degrees move eastward. temperatures well into the upper 40's. this is likely going to be the high temperature of the day. 48 degrees in boston. hyannis at 49 degrees. it's only going to get slightly cooler this afternoon, dropping into the mid 40's, but we're adding in some wind. that means the temperatures will feel even colder. that wind-chill factor down into the 30's throughout the entire day. futurecast showing the main rainfall pushing off the shore
surprised if you see spits of drizzle. snow in western massachusetts stays in place for the berkshires, starts to make its way toward worcester county as well. as the rain/snow mix initially, but as we move through tonight, a light snowfall will be possible, which is why there is that likelihood of a grassy coating. that's in place for early tomorrow morning as well. could see a snowflake or two try to move into the lower drying out through much of the area. the clouds will start to slowly break, likely holding on to them through the afternoon. that snow in the berkshires sticks around into the afternoon for the highest of elevations, even as we move throughout the day on monday. futurecast is showing those temperatures and wind chills down into the 20's and 30's for today. that will be the case even into the evening. waking up tomorrow morning, we're seeing wind chills down
the single digits. your seven-day forecast is looking chilly. we have temperatures down to 40 degrees tomorrow but feeling like 30. we move into tuesday and wednesday. good news is for travel, we're staying sunny and dry. bad news is, doug and antoinette, our next rainfall moving in just in time for thanksgiving. antoinette: just in time for us to sit inside, eat the turkey, and watch some football. doug: that's right. antoinette: time is 6:17. taking a look at some of the other stories we're following no doug: two people under arrest in connection with the killing of a chicago congressman's grandson. 15-year-old jovan wilson, the grandson of representative danny davis, was shot friday after an argument that may have started over sneakers. davis says he's grieving for his family but says, quote, better education may have prevented the incident. antoinette: listeria concerns forcing sabra dipping company to issue a voluntary recall. the company is pulling hummus and spreads with a best before
off the shelves. the fda says the products were manufactured before november 8 at a plant where listeria monocytogenes were found. listeria symptoms can include fever, muscle aches, stiffness, and stomach pain. consumers are urged to discard the product immediately. doug: oh, my goodness. how about this one. a stunning situation in texas. first responders somehow missed a toddler on the floor of that crashed s.u.v. the 3-year-old girl apparently thrown to the floor in that accident. a local fire chief says responders saw the car seat in the back, made sure it was empty, but could not open the backdoor. a tow truck driver found her after taking the car to a junkyard. she was rushed to the hospital with serious injuries. announcer: now here's bob halloran with sportscenter 5 powered by xfinity. bob: the patriots will square off with the 49'ers in san francisco later this afternoon without rob gronkowski due to injury and without defensive end jabaal sheard due to coach's
he went to the celtics game on friday and could have gone to the bruins-jets game last night. not much of a hockey fan, i guess. well, he missed the bruins scoring three unanswered goals in the second period. brad marchand and patrice bergeron breaking out of their mini-slumps. the bruins go on to beat winnipeg 4-1. celtics in detroit. final minute. tobias harris knocks down a three to tie the game at 92. the celtics didn't call timeout. they just head down the floor, and crowder gets a good look fr smart rebounds. he misses. and horford puts it up and in. celtics take the lead. pistons have one last chance, but here comes horford. he makes the block, preserving the 94-92 win. the celtics play again in minnesota tomorrow. that's sports. have a great day. antoinette:. all right. tom brady in san francisco near his hometown. doug: one of the suburbs of san francisco, right? he's showing his love for
childhood photos and memories to prove it to you. antoinette: and imagine relearning to do things like walking and writing when you're 11 years old. why this year's a-plus says it made him the outstanding student he is today. doug: what everybody's looking at. snow to the west. how's that ride on the mass pike? i think james taylor talked about it. it's only halfway there. kelly ann keeping an eye on thi c'mon in, pop pop! happy birthday! i survived a heart attack. i'm doing all i can to keep from having another one. and i'm taking brilinta. for people who've been hospitalized for a heart attack.
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kelly ann: heading out this morning, our temperatures are where they're going to sit throughout the day. we're tracking light rainfall for much of the region. snow is still an issue as you move into western massachusetts and much of western new england. that snow stays in place through much of today, doug and antoinette. doug: kelly ann, thank you. a brain tumor at any age would be devastating news. antoinette: but for this week's a-plus, relearning how to walk years old was part of life's challenges. i caught up with lyeth sayegh at catholic memorial high school in west roxbury. >> good to meet you. antoinette: just like any high school senior, lyeth sayegh is busy with college applications while keeping his grades up. but unlike most kids, he's recovered from brain surgery. >> i was put in children's hospital, and i had surgery to remove a brain tumor in the
11, 2012, when lyeth was in seventh grade. >> i had to relearn how to walk, how to relearn how to use my hands. i ended up switching from a righty to a lefty. i know it sounds strange, but i didn't understand. i wasn't in shock when i first found out. antoinette: sure enough, that laid-back attitude carried into his recovery. >> i'm out with a stomach virus and i'll be in tomorrow and i'll do a full day and i'll be up and down stairs. i might put gym off for a week or two. antoinette: sidelined for several months, but thanks to neurology team at dana farber, he entered high school with a clear goal, to one day become a pediatric neurooncologist, helping kids just like himself. >> i can give them heart-to-heart advice on how to conquer it and how to live out their life without being upset all the time. antoinette: his unwavering optimism which will one day help in healing others, lyeth sayegh of catholic memorial, this week's a-plus.
student worthy of an a-plus? you can submit your nomination right now at wcvb.com. just click "as seen on." take about a kid who takes everything in stride. i had a brain tumor. let's have the surgery. let's go back to school. doug: i think what an inspiration to his fellow classmates and what they can learn from his whole experience. antoinette: that's why it's so great we highlight them. a new tool for forecasting tough-to-track or satellite system. and 5 on the opioid crisis. firefighters helping drug users enter recovery. the safe stations set up in one new hampshire community. >> this is an editorial by wcvb channel 5's president and general manager bill fine. >> the traditional benchmark for evaluating a new president is after their first 100 days in office. but with donald trump, we've already learned old rules don't
the clock is running right now on his new administration. his choices will draw extra scrutiny with no past track record to weigh. will president-elect trump surround himself with more traditional confidants like reince priebus, former rnc chief, or lean more towards political operatives like steve bannon, his new chief strategist? it's unclear. the transition team is in transition. but we should know soon. what is clear, trump is promises and already softening others. reflecting consistency with his campaign pledges, he'll put pro-life judges on the supreme court. the second amendment seems safe while the first amendment may be in jeopardy. but the wall, he says, now might actually be a fence in sections and impractical in others. instead of deporting all illegal immigrants, he'll target what he calls the criminal element and block any incoming syrian refugees.
defeated opponent hillary clinton in jail. will he drain the swamp or simply restock it? depends on your definition and point of view. and instead of throwing out all of obamacare, he's opened the door to reform rather than repeal and replace. both his supporters and detractors are not quite sure what president trump will do. rethinking and/or moderating a large number of his campaign promises, however, would be a welcome start in his first 100
announcer: now on newscenter 5 eyeopener -- kelly ann: rain and even some snow this morning. how long before we're talking about wind chills? the outlook for your workweek. doug: a mystery on the beach at hull solved. antoinette: protests at an alt-right conference turn violent. the clash caught on camera. doug: the new way firefighters are saving lives in one new hampshire community.
response to the opioid crisis. announcer: you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. doug: good morning, everybody. 6:31 here on a sunday morning. i'm doug meehan. antoinette: i'm antoinette antonio along with kelly ann cicalese. when we see white and purple on the map -- kelly ann: a lot to handle, but we're breaking it down. it's not too bad. a lot itself to the west, much of the berkshires, where we have winter storm warnings this morning. it's going to be a lot. in fact, we're talking about snow accumulations for the highest elevations above 1,500 feet seeing over half a foot of snow when all is said and done. that is what we're tracking for western massachusetts and much of western new england. for the rest of us, it's a cool, gusty rain pushing through. we're seeing a nice void in the heaviest of the showers as they
that will be the case through much of this morning. downtown boston, you can see the fog that's in place, and we also have that light rain pushing through as well. temperatures are in the upper 40's, and that is as warm as it's going to get for today as we actually start to sedly fall heading into the afternoon. wind chills will be a huge factor, meaning that even though temperatures will be in the low to mid 40's, it's going to feel like it's in the 30's. wind gusting near 40 miles per hour today. doug and antoinette, wind gusts near 50 miles per hour will be possible tomorrow. antoinette: okay, kelly ann, thank you. taking a look at some of the stories we're following today. doug: this is a bad one. a deadly construction site accident is being investigated by osha and duxbury police. a 28-year-old man was killed in an accident with a power saw. police say he was hit in the throat and died of his injuries at the hospital. his name has not been released. antoinette: president-elect donald trump and former massachusetts governor mitt romney holding a meeting together yesterday in new jersey. romney is reportedly being considered for secretary of
that meeting lasted nearly 90 minutes, but no sign of a done deal just yet. doug: an arrest is made in connection with this hit and run in chelsea, police arresting 25-year-old arnold hernandez of lynn yesterday. they say he was driving a minivan that hit a woman crossing the street on friday. the woman is expected to recover. antoinette: right now, answers on the south shore after the body of a kayaker washed up on the beach. newscenter 5's nicole estaphan reports on the new details from hull. tragic accident. nicole: for hours saturday, police searched for the identity of the body of a kayaker whose body washed ashore in hull. by evening he was identified as douglas king of weymouth, thought to have gone out in the chilly waters sometime in the early morning. >> the water was rough out there, and it looks like he got separated from his kayak and there was some sort of event in the water. nicole: firefighters say king was wearing a wetsuit. a life jacket was found nearby,
>> there's some very experienced kayakers that go out all winter long. we see them on the beach. we see them on the bay. we see the surfers on the beach. nicole: with no i.d., it took some time to find family members, rescuers urging others, if you head out to sea alone, make sure people know of your plans and have a cellphone with you in case of emergency. rescuers also stressing to kayakers as well as other boaters to never underestimate the power of the sea, especially during these winter months. antoinette: a teenager in serious condition and facing charges after a police chase in wareham ended in a crash. police say just after they broke off the chase saturday, the 17-year-old's car skidded off the road and he was thrown from this car. he's now facing a list of charges, including operating with a suspended license and speeding. police say that chase started just before 4:30 a.m. when the teen sideswiped another driver.
university sent home early for thanksgiving break thanks to water pressure issues in the city of westfield. the school will close today at 4:00. the school says canceling classes will help the city work toward resolving the water issues. westfield has restricted water use throughout the city reminding people to conserve. doug: a quick spreading fire in nashua, new hampshire, is under investigation this morning. firefighters saying flames breaking out in an apartment house on the fire spread to two alarms with flames shooting through the attic and the roof. the fire appears to have started in a first floor wall. the cause appears to be accidental. one firefighter was treated for minor head and neck injuries. some students of bruce school in lawrence are headed back to school tomorrow. that is some students. the school was damaged when a fire ripped through a second floor classroom last week. students in grades three through five will return monday. students in grades six through eight will have no school again
broke out on monday. nobody was hurt. investigators say the fire was likely caused by a failure or an overload of a power strip. antoinette: an alarming message from beverly's police chief. the chief tweeting the city had five overdoses in just 24 hours. three of those five were fatal overdoses. the chief asks anyone who knows someone in need of treatment to reach out. he says, quote, we can find them help. in nashua, new hampshire, overdoses prompt each of the six fire stations in nashua now designed safe station where anyone looking to be connected to a recovery program can go to for help. firefighters hope more people will reach out to them before it's too late. the town is following in manchester's footsteps where nearly 600 people have gotten help since may. >> they just don't know where to turn, and they are ready to try and stop. and that's when we want to catch
critical time, is when they're ready for help. antoinette: nashua has already seen four fatal overdoses this month. doug: well, a protest of an alt-right conference in washington, d.c., turns violent saturday. two people from the national policy institute approached protestors hoping to interview them. that's when one of the protestors knocked the man's camera, leading to a fight. one man from npi ended up with a gash on his forehead. the two protestors were detained by police. npi's leader is known for promoting white supremacist boston mayor marty walsh looking to heal scars in boston as he takes steps to address racism. he says it's time for the city to start talking about it. as newscenter 5's david bienick reports, he's kicking off a year-long series of town hall discussions. doug: inside the theater, the talk from on-stage was often personal. >> from an early age, i learned to be afraid to be black. david: the reaction from the audience was at times emotional. >> people that look like me
david: several hundred people from boston and surrounding towns turned out for mayor marty walsh's first town hall on race. >> boston has an issue with racism. [applause] >> thank you. david: the mayor drew applause for that acknowledgement. still, not everyone was satisfied. >> one of the things i'd like to hear going forward is perhaps a change in your rhetoric. instead of saying, like, no hostility but actually like i really want to hear your emotions as clear or as raw as they are. david: boston's history with busing, police relations and equality opportunity came up as problems. afterwards, people said they planned to hold the mayor and other city officials accountable for solutions. >> so we'll see if neighborhoods are equal. >> i think it's a job that will take a very long time. >> one of the measurements will be how many people come out for the dialogues in the different areas of the city. david: the mayor declined a goal for how many people he'd like to see attend these town halls and
schedule for when they will begin. in boston, david bienick, wcvb newscenter 5. league will speak out against antoinette: the anti-defamation league will speak out against hate after what they say is an alarming number of hate-fueled incidents all around the country. state treasurer deborah goldberg is among the state and local leaders joining the a.d.l. that rally kicks off at 11:00 in the morning. when it comes to alt-right media leader steve bannon as donald trump's chief white house strategist, congressman steve more of a bridge burner than a bridge builder. the south boston democrat speaking out on wcvb's "on the record." >> i don't think it was a wise choice on his part. but he gets to make that choice. i don't. so we'll just deal with what he -- he decides in the realm that he has the ultimate say. antoinette: lynch gives his take on the trump kids as advisors and where he stands on the question of nancy pelosi's leadership. that's today at 11:00 "on the
doug: the images are heartbreaking. a deadly derailment that caused several passenger train cars to crumple. a police officer under attack. the quick decision some witnesses made that led to an arrest. antoinette: and snow in the midwest. that system is moving toward new england right now, kelly ann. kelly ann: we're talking about rain for eastern massachusetts and then some snow and gusty winds in our area.
antoinette: 6:43. we're following breaking news from india. dozens of people are dead after a train derailed there. this happened near the industrial city of kanpur. it's unclear what caused the train to go off the tracks. doug: caught on camera. a citizen jumping into action to help a police officer under attack. this happened just outside of seattle. the officer was investigating a smashed window at a fast-food restaurant when the suspect attacked. the officer says his taser malfunctioned, and that's when a
>> i saw somebody viciously attacking somebody. if we can help one another, that's the most important thing life can give. doug: the officer and chief of police are thankful to that person for taking action. the suspect was arrested for assault. antoinette: the weather forecast is about to get more accurate, nasa launching the goes-r satellite from cape canaveral last night. the upgrade is expected to cost about $11 ll short time because of technical issues. but eventually launched without any problems. snow! ooh, it continues to fall in parts of the country, including michigan where the flakes are blanketing areas of kalamazoo. in minnesota, police say 340 crashes resulted in nearly 40 injuries. there have been also more than 500 spinouts since thursday.
doug: that's the thing. we've got a big travel thanksgiving holiday coming up. so is this going to be out of here before? kelly ann: it's moving out just in time for the workweek. a lot of people are traveling on wednesday. it's looking sunny and clear. we have another system moving in for thanksgiving day. we're kind of in between systems as we move into the days ahead. you know what? it's feeling a bit more like november, because we were a little spoiled with those 60's and 50's of earlier this week. now th cooling us down into the 40's for much of today. showers that are pushing through right now are a bit more scattered in nature. the main and heavy line earlier this morning is now starting to push northward, make its way through the new hampshire sea coast. the snow which is stuck in place through much of western massachusetts extends through much of western new england as well. let's take a zoom in on what we're seeing as we move onto the coast. the north shore is getting in on that light rainfall. as we move through downtown
it's very spotty. at this point, we're just seeing a few sprinkles moving through, especially as you're standing just west of 495. pushing through portsmouth. the snow pushing through is a light snow, but a persistent snow. so that will be able to accumulate as we move through the forecast today and also into the forecast tomorrow morning for those higher mountains. temperatures right now are as warm as they're going to get for today. 48 in downtown boston. plymouth at 49 degrees. conditions. we had the parade. it was perfect. it was cloudy, but we didn't see any of that rainfall. quite a bit of a change today as that rain is pushing through for this morning. 37 degrees in springfield. pitts field at 32 degrees. that's where we'll stay for much of day. your day planner looking cool. rain and snow to the west. it will stay in place for the afternoon while the rest of us get in on a dry break. the showers will become very spotty and light.
temperatures start to cool, we will see that chance of a few snowflakes even outside of the higher elevations. nothing that's likely to accumulate. we do have gusty winds just to our west. and that will be pushing eastward into the area today. winds gusting near 40 miles per hour means that the temperatures in the 40's are going to feel more like the 30's. it's a chilly outlook tomorrow as well. by tuesday, high pressure is moving in, though, and as that pushes into the area, travel for tuesday absolutely perfect. sunny skies and dry conditions as well. wet snowflakes. that's what we're seeing the chance for as we move outside of the higher elevations, really from 495 east. as we move into the worcester hills, a grassy coating will be possible. then the highest of the elevations seeing that chance of over 1/2 foot of snowfall. temperatures nice and cool into your forecast tomorrow. tuesday we will see sunny
change in conditions where we see sunshine in place initially, but a storm system actually moving out of california will move right across the country toward our area by thursday. and with that there's that chance of rain moving in just in time for thanksgiving day, pushing off the shore as we move into thanksgiving weekend. so that's something that will be keeping your temperatures very cool, doug. doug: all right, kelly ann. thank you. harvard and yale playing against each other for the 133rd time last night. harvard looking for its with the score tied 14-14, kurt rawlings has this pass. the touchdown stands. yale wins 24-14. patriots gearing up for today's game against the 49'ers. they're going to square off without rob gronkowski, nursing a chest injury suffered in last
also without jabaal sheard due to a coach's decision, whatever that means. 6:48 is your time. as tom brady prepares for today's game, he took a little stroll down memory lane. antoinette: he's back in the bay area close to his childhood home and posting some childhood pictures. look at those. on facebook yesterday, he said san francisco seems nice, but i can't imagine growing up anywhere but boston. and then he photoshopped the pictures to put himself as a child at various boston landmarks. he even made it into theov "goodwill hunting," guys. but, you know, i don't remember him in that scene. doug: well -- antoinette: or was he? doug: joe montana. his favorite growing up. antoinette: we'll see today. for five weeks every fall, little work gets done on martha's vineyard because residents and 3,000 others from around the world are busy competing in the striped bass
doug: "chronicle's" shayna seymour tells us this annual event is more than 70 years old. reporter: this island resident has won multiple derby awards. >> you don't have to be big and muscle-bound to catch big fish. reporter: this is janet's 40th derby. >> it's my passion. i work really hard 11 months out of the year. but when the derby happens, i call this my staycation. for the last 15 years, i just take the whole derby off. reporter: what's your biggest fish? >> two 45-pound striped bass and everything under it. that's my goal. i would love, just once in my life, break that 45 pounds. reporter: fish weighings happens in edgartown twice a day. weigh master ray langly also
>> that's not the category you put me in. reporter: on this morning, i'm helping him weigh in. so far, no action. >> they're probably having their coffee. reporter: we'll wait. >> okay. reporter: okay. got a little while. >> you have to be patient to be a fisherman. reporter: that's why i'm not a fisherman. >> you have other attributes. reporter: thank you. finally -- we've got a wicked big one here. we measure. then we weigh. pick this bad boy up. >> yeah. reporter: okay. oh whoo! okay. here we go. and just like that, i catch the derby fever. ladies and gentlemen, we got a big kahuna. 17.54. winners take home a boat, motor and trailer or a 4x4 truck. proceeds from the derby go to the island's schools. doug: shayna and that guy need
tomorrow on "chronicle" in this land of lakes and mountains, hiker s at mount cardigan and the back roads of canaan, new hampshire, tomorrow at 7:30 on "chronicle." antoinette: and on that news show, shayna should always wear her waders. doug: hauling around fish. they were great together. antoinette: president-elect donald trump is up posting his latest thoughts on twitter. doug: also, a deadly construction site accident under investigation. the worker killed at a site in i have asthma... fatal injury th ...one of mlife.ieces in my so when my asthma symptoms kept coming back on my long-term control medicine. i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece in my asthma treatment with breo. once-daily breo prevents asthma symptoms. breo is for adults with asthma not well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine,
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antoinette: 6:55 this morning. a deadly construction site accident is being investigated by osha and duxbury police. a 28-year-old man was killed in an accident with a power saw. police say he was hit in the throat injuries at the hospital. his name has not been released. doug: an arrest in connection with this hit and run in chelsea. police arresting 28-year-old arnold hernandez of lynn yesterday. the woman he hit is expected to recover. antoinette: president-elect donald trump and mitt romney holding a meeting together yesterday in new jersey. romney is reportedly being considered for secretary of state. he says the meeting was
yet. and donald trump is up and tweeting again this morning over the message the cast of the hit musical "hamilton" sent to vice president-elect mike pence. trump saying, the cast and producers of "hamilton," which i hear is highly overrated, should immediately apologize to mike pence for their terrible behavior. doug: students at extended thanksgiving break thanks to a water pressure issue in westfield. the school will be closed today at 4:00. westfield has restricted water use throughout the city reminding people to conserve. i was known to take several semesters off. not just an extended thanksgiving. most people are doctors by the time they get through college but whatever. kelly ann: we're talking about the snow that right now is mainly affecting western
good morning, america. new overnight, building his team. donald trump starting a second day of meetings after sitting down with mitt romney. could he be the next secretary of state? and the contender who impressed secretary of defense. >> he is >> who the president-elect will meet with today. >> the new hamilton dual, donald trump taking to twitter to demand the show apologize for a message sent from the stage to vice president-elect mike pence in the audience. >> we hope this show has inspired you to uphold our american values and to work on behalf of all of us. >> the fierce response online and outside the theater. >> winter blast.