WBZ News Update for January 2, 2018

WBZ News Update for January 2, 2018


THANK YOU FOR JOINING US. THIS IS WBZ WITH YOUR NEWS UPDATE. A WATER MAIN BREAK HAS BEEN FIXED. IT SHOT WATER 35 FEET IN THE AIR FOR TWO HOURS LAST NIGHT. THE WATER WAS SHUTOFF BUT ICE COVERED THE ROADS. CREWS CLEANED UP EVERYTHING BY THE MORNING COMMUTE. BOSTON MAJOR RECEIVED HIGH PRAISES. HE WAS SWORN IN AT THE MAJESTIC THEATER. HE LATER SWORN IN THE CITY COUNCIL. THE FIRST AFRICAN-AMERICAN WOMAN WILL LEAD AS COUNCIL PRESIDENT. FRAMINGHAMS FIRST EVER MAYOR WAS SWORN IN YESTERDAY. THEY VOTED IN APRIL TO BECOME A CITY. SPICER DEFEATED FORMER STATE REPRESENTATIVE JOHN IN THE NOVEMBER ELECTION. NOW LET’S SEND IT TO DANIEL. Reporter: THE WINDS WORSE BE AS GUSTY. WE HAVE SUNSHINE, FEW CLOUDS, AND WINDCHILL AROUND 0 TO 5. NOT SUB ZERO READINGS TOMORROW. WE WILL FEEL DOWNRIGHT BALMY. WELL, NOT QUITE BUT 29 DEGREES IS THE WARMEST WE’LL HAVE BEEN IN A WEEK. THAT WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE. TOMORROW LATE IN THE DAY THE CLOUDS WILL INCREASE AND THAT’S AHEAD OF A STORM. SNOW DEVELOPS PREDAWN ON THURSDAY. THE TRACK OF THE STORM IS UNCERTAIN. WE MIGHT SEE IT CHANGEOVER ON THE CAPE AND CHANGE BACK TO SNOW WITH SNOWFALL RATES MOST INTENSE IN EASTERN NEW ENGLAND. THURSDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING TRAVEL WILL BE TREACHEROUS WITH REDUCED VISIBILITY BLOWING DRIFTING SNOW. JUST LEFTOVER FLURRIES BY THE TIME WE GET TO FRIDAY MORNING. EXPECT TWEAKS TO THE MAP OVER THE NEXT FEW DAYS. THE CLOSER YOU GET TO THE CLOTHES LINE IT WILL BE STICKIER CONSISTENCY. IF THE STORM IS FARTHER OUT DO SEE WE WILL CENTER TO DRAG THIS DOWN TO CAPE COD. WE SEE THE STORM MIXES AND CHANGING BACK TO SNOW. WIND GUSTS ARE 2 TO 4 MILES PER HOUR. BLIZZARD CONDITIONS ARE POSSIBLE DEPENDING ON THE STORM. THE STRONGEST WIND GUSTS TIP OF THE CAPE. THE STRONGEST WIND WILL COME IN THURSDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING. BEHIND IT STILL TALKING ABOUT A BIG BLAST OF COLD AIR WITH TEMPERATURES ONLY IN THE SINGLE DIGITS AND TEENS FOR FRIDAY.

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