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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:45 min | 2 weeks ago

"sarah wroblewski" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Help change their future in a single moment. See how far your support can go at unbound dot org 60 degrees heavy rain. Steve Perez WBZ traffic on the threes. Here's the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast. Well, we do have a tornado warning in effect for southeastern parts of Barnstable County until 2 45. We're watching an area of rotation between the Army and Dennis. It's moving off toward the North and east about Ready to head on over into Cape Cod Bay. But there is a another, uh, another storm off to the southwest of West. Your meth that's moving off toward the North and East. Just about ready to come onshore at showing some signs of rotation as well. Continue to watch for the threat for tornadoes. Tornado watch in effect. Until seven a.m. for the South Coast, South Shore, the Cape and the islands. It's where most of the severe weather has been as far as the threat for tornadoes across the rest of the area. We're just dealing with the heavy rain. Many areas have already seen 2 to 4 inches of rain, The exception being in the South shore, where there was a bit of a break earlier, But it is now running pretty hard on the South shore Pretty much everywhere right now we have flash flood warnings. Pretty much everywhere. Now we're expecting about 3 to 6 inches of rain. On average. We could have some locally higher amounts in some locations were also going to see a gusty wind develop, But as you get toward the mid to late morning hours today, the rain will wind down. Will see flooding concerns are flooding issues linger throughout the day. But there will be some sunshine returning just a stray shower this afternoon High 71 then mostly try to borrow on Saturday with some sun and highs in the mid seventies. Thank you. But the meteorologist Brian Tops of WBZ Boston's news radio. Good morning. I'm Madison Rogers. Here's what's happening. Torrential flooding in some parts of the Northeast and flood risk is high in the Commonwealth. Most of Massachusetts is under a flood warning. Parts of southeastern Mass could also see tornadoes. A tornado warning has been issued for parts of Barnstable, Nantucket, Bristol, Plymouth and Dukes counties until seven A.m. WBZ TV meteorologist Sarah Wroblewski potential flash flooding through the overnight into the early morning hours. Those rainfall totals impressive 2 to 5 inches wide spread a little bit lower to the southeast, as well as to the Northwest. The flooding risk is worse because of the incredibly what summer we've had, according to Bryce Williams. The National Weather Service. The ground is already so saturated from the rain that everyone remembers the last several months and so it just really can't take too much more so it's got nowhere to go. The full four day forecast is coming up in a few minutes. Stay with us as we track this storm. The covid outbreak among Red Sox players is growing. There are now eight players on the Covid 19 injured list. Giro, Munoz says the latest test positive He was called up after Kiki Hernandez and Christian Arroyo went down with the virus. The socks announcing new mask rules today.

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"sarah wroblewski" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:00 min | 3 weeks ago

"sarah wroblewski" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"WBZ NewsRadio and I Heart radio station. Mhm. 75 degrees in Boston, where the sun is now shining. That is not the case out of Metro West. Good afternoon on your Monday. I'm Laurie Kirby. The remnants of on re A tornado warning for parts of central Massachusetts is over, but not before a tornado touchdown is confirmed in Bolton and a society in Berlin is the National Weather Service has confirmed the tornado touched down at Cedar Hill Road in Marlborough, Mass. This says Tropical depression on read, which has been making a U turn toward the Atlantic. Brings a lot of rain WBZ TV meteorologist Sarah Wroblewski. We had an idea that this was going to be like this, and this is why we mentioned the fact that we were going to see these downpours as well as the potential of severe weather, but again with these tropical systems As they come on through. You always tend to see the heaviest rain just to the west of the center and on the East side while you get those strong winds. You also have the potential of seeing particularly, um some of those spinouts Karen Regal is on the ground as well. Looking for damage, and National Weather Service meteorologist Kristi Smith is tracking the second brush with on re Are there flood watches up today? And if so, where? Yes, there are flood watches in effect for Western Massachusetts, Western County, West eastern Massachusetts, is not currently in a flood watch. This is an effect until eight p.m. this evening. And what about the wind? No longer a factor. No. The winds have subsided significantly since Andre made landfall and you may have some some gusts today or just freezing conditions but overall, probably 15 to 20 miles an hour. For most people, power outages remain a big challenge in the region. Thousands still offline in Rhode Island. 532 people have no power in Massachusetts. These are customers meeting homes and businesses, and that's according to minima. That number has been ticking up as those thunderstorms roar through. Clean up in Rhode Island is underway, Of course on re made landfall there Sunday. The Red Cross has stepped in to help with recovery. Kelly Eisner works on the Red Cross communications team. We are right now working with our community Partners, Emergency management Agency, state and local partners to assess the needs in the wake of widespread Power outages. Obviously, one of the power editors are still a big story right now. In Rhode Island, they had five shelters open at one point, the last one has now closed. President Biden, speaking to the nation in the past hour is the FDA grants. Full emergency use approval for Pfizer's vaccine FDA approval Is the gold standard. And as I.

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"sarah wroblewski" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:37 min | 3 weeks ago

"sarah wroblewski" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You need to help get past whatever is in front of you. Call an advisor today 877 as Dell and do more with modern devices and windows. 10 Pro Davidson Droney WBC's traffic on the three We are at 71 degrees in Boston right now, mostly cloudy. Some light scattered rain showers. The winds are picking up in westerly, Rhode Island. We have low seventies as well as the south coast of Connecticut seventies there gusty winds and heavy rain picking up in those areas. We have tropical storm warnings all over the place with storm surge warnings. For areas along the South Coast, Cape and Islands in addition to General flood watches for batches of heavy rain into tomorrow night, we stay in the seventies. Today, Henry has officially made landfall in Westerly, Rhode Island, Watch out today for rough served rip currents and coastal flooding throughout the day and night. Also power outages. There also may be extensive property damage and flooding, especially along the South Coast Cape, an island as well as the ocean state, Rhode Island. Expect gusty winds today and heavy rains several inches likely throughout New England. Winds could also gust as high as 80 to 100 MPH across southern Rhode Island. Cloudy, breezy and humid tomorrow with occasional rain from Andre High in the low eighties, Tuesday and Wednesday. Take out your A C back to the heat and humidity and plenty of sunshine. High around 95 local and fiercely independent. This is WBZ NewsRadio. Good Sunday afternoon to you. I'm Tina Gow. Thank you for joining us here. The five things you need to know. At 1 45 again. Tropicals from honoree has officially made landfall in southwestern Rhode Island. This afternoon. Bridges to Jamestown and Newport, Rhode Island have been reopened after being closed because of the storm. The storm has also forced hundreds of airline cancellations more than 200 at Logan Airport today in Boston, tens of thousands in the dark across southern New England with around 7000 out in Massachusetts and 80,000 in the ocean state. Back now to our top story. Let's get more on honoree from WBZ TV meteorologist Sarah Wroblewski Going out to the ocean is something that people really like to do during storms like this right take tons of pictures. As long as it's safe. Just keep in mind. You know, the ocean is pretty much the angry is that it's been during the duration of the storm. And now the seawall and arrogance of Rhode Island. Obviously not having splash over potential as of now, But I mean, we're talking about peak us around 70 MPH. This is really going to be difficult. Stuff, and it's still going to last over the course of the next few hours. While the wind speed is going to subside over time, we're still anticipating to have some of the effects and it's not just out towards Rhode Island. We're going to have our fair share in Massachusetts, too. I want us to consider the fact that we have been so waterlogged for the past few months. This is not just weeks or days. We're talking about months, one of the wettest summers ever on record, and that's going to allow the saturated ground to kind of lose grip of those routes so trees could come toppling down. It only takes about 25 to 35 MPH winds to ultimately do that. We're looking out towards Marshfield right now, and you can clearly see the white caps. The waves are turned up. I know it's enticing to go out and see the waves, guys, but maybe just give it a break. Because we've got beach days in the days to come right now we're still going to be dealing with those wind gusts that can do enough to make some damages. You see the boats rocking a little bit too. Yes. You know, Brant Rock is one of those locations that we just know. When it comes to winter storms, you can get rocks hurled over some of those Um seawalls there, but it looks relatively calm compared to the South Coast just because you know some of the impacts we knew were going to be along the South coast. But at least.

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01:30 min | Last month

"sarah wroblewski" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is WBC news radio and I Heart radio station. 81 degrees right now. Partly sunny and relatively calm for now in Boston, a 10 30 before Henry approaches, But Saturday morning to, um TV Gow Here's what's happening. Yes, we are on Hurricane watch this morning as tropical storm on re heads toward the New England coast Laundry is expected to be a Category one hurricane by the time it arrives, Forecasters are very worried about storm surge, especially Along the south coast areas. Tropical storm warnings and hurricane watches are in effect for parts of the Massachusetts South Coast also looks like parts of the Cape, Rhode Island and Connecticut as well. WBZ TV meteorologist Sarah Wroblewski with the very latest do have a tropical storm warnings for parts of the South Coast, as well as Rhode Island now for parts of northern Connecticut. Hurricane warning for southern Connecticut as well as Long Island is expected to see hurricane conditions within the next 24 to 36 hours and a hurricane Watch for the Outer cape, Although the impacts look to be less severe than areas to the West, just because of the current track, the full WBZ radio AccuWeather forecast coming right up in just a few right after traffic on the threes. Meanwhile, preparations for the storm started yesterday along parts of the Massachusetts coast. Here's more from WBZ TV Speth Germano reporting from fell meth. They're hauling boats out, moving them out at a breakneck pace with Henry on approach..

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"sarah wroblewski" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | Last month

"sarah wroblewski" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"News WBZ news radio. 80 degrees with clouds. Right straight ahead. It will be hot and humid to start in. Some areas ahead of this front could near 90 degrees. Now, as this front comes through during the afternoon and evening hours, the focus will shift down across the southeast, and you'll quickly notice the change. Drier air works on in for Saturday night's WBZ TV's Sarah Wroblewski reporting temps from New England and down to the South expected to get Little bit more comfortable over this weekend, CBS News meteorologist David Parkinson We set records in Raleigh and Schenectady, New York, and Caribou, Maine, Right on the border with Canada. It was 90 degrees, and the humidity was just dreadful. In Dulles, Virginia. They got to 100 degrees on Thursday, up and down the coast. Today there is a chance of thunderstorms, which will bring about some Cooler temperatures. A gas explosion in Winthrop leaves dozens on the street. One woman badly burned winter fire Chief Paul Flynn again says the investigation is ongoing into this explosion late Thursday on Irwin Street in Winthrop does damage encourage in the building in the basement first for In the skylight at the top of the third floor also was blown out, so this was a substantial confined.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 3 months ago

"sarah wroblewski" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Now, more than ever. It matters where you get your news, WBZ news radio. 90 degrees right now in Boston at seven o'clock, We've got a hazy sun over the city right now, but of a breeze coming in from the southwest at 15 Miles an hour. Good evening. I'm Nicole Davis. Great to be back with you tonight. Here's what's happening. We'll start with the heat and the National Weather Service is now extending its heat advisory had already had in place until eight o'clock tomorrow night. This now includes much of the state of Massachusetts. Ever. WBZ TV meteorologist Sarah Wroblewski says some rain could be on the doorstep can't rule out an isolated shower. But I think our best chances will be out to the West. Most of us just stay dry and hot. As for tomorrow, a better chance of some more scattered showers, perhaps a few rumbles of thunder, but the heat Continues. We're still talking temperatures in the nineties for tomorrow with higher humidity, and we'll have, of course, the full weather report coming up in just about two minutes. Traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the threes. Let's go to Boston now at 701, where acting Mayor Kim Janie today made it. Official firing, suspended Boston Police Commissioner Dennis White This comes weeks after decades old allegations of domestic abuse resurfaced. What, of course, has been on leave after just two days on the job. He was appointed by now. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh. Now a statement from White's attorney says the acting mayor got this one wrong and destroyed Dennis White in the process. End quote White says he plans on taking the city back to court. In addition to firing white acting mayor Janey announced some changes for the department but did not mention another.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"sarah wroblewski" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The morning six o'clock in Boston Monday morning it it's not a good feeling isn't cloudy skies and thirty five degrees thank you for waking up with us on Jeff brown here's what's going on after one of the warmest January weekends ever come back to work Monday features a whiplash return to winter WBZ TV meteorologist Sarah Wroblewski already dropping about twenty two even thirty five degrees below what it was this time yesterday temperatures today still above average so pretty wild stuff happening we got that going for us the high temperature in Boston yesterday seventy four degrees the all time warmest day for the month of January well we've been up we've been down we've been all around winter taking us on an amusement park ride and the summertime tease this weekend W. B. C.'s James R. O. hasta seventies are fleeting James back to reality today yep say goodbye to the warmer weekend weather and say hello to new England's cold frigid temperatures once again I'm talking to folks out here by the garden and most enjoy the warm weather but now they're convinced that they're going to get sick with the drastic change in temperature right it went from seventy five to like thirty yeah thirty five house that she's been for you a lot of people get sick from a lot of people go by cab cost and cold gonna get sick hopefully that will move it enough so when I call them which is stopped yeah find a way to get back and says we don't get sick yeah they tell me they wouldn't mind some more warm weekends we broke record highs on Sunday reaching seventy four but now the National Weather Service says we're back to reality looking at a possibility of snow over the weekend even at the garden James R. O. hasta view Beezy Boston's newsradio past weekend patriots fans did not of course have a horse in the NFL race and we're down to the final four for the league the Kansas City Chiefs dubbed themselves and early twenty four point hole only to storm back and beat the Texans big time fifty one thirty one the final Green Bay Packers held off the Seattle Seahawks late game rally with a twenty eight twenty three victory so the conference championships are coming this weekend the chiefs will host the upstart Tennessee Titans in the a FC add to the NFC it's the Packers paying a visit to the San Francisco forty Niners what could have been.

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"sarah wroblewski" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"sarah wroblewski" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To four inches very slippery out there snow covered roads especially the Boston and northern and western suburbs for the morning hours on the south coast the came to the islands there could be some rain mixing in with the snow and sleet before changing over to snow before ending then some sunny breaks are possible later on this afternoon high temp of thirty eight degrees feeling like the teens and twenties with a win tonight the winds die down overnight lows in the twenties and is partly sunny high of forty two tomorrow this is WBZ news radio ten thirty with the news watch never stop good morning I'm double all learn here the five things you need to know at five forty five it is round two of the first snow dump of the season just in time for the morning commute schools are closed in many districts including Boston you can see that listed WBZ ten thirty dot com and cancellations already today at Logan airport a ceremony of Worcester tonight to mark twenty years since the cold storage warehouse fire that killed six Worcester firemen and the hurricanes are Bruins tonight at the garden schools are closed all over the map here in Massachusetts hundreds in fact Boston one of the city's keeping the kids at home today which this student doesn't seem to mind it's really and actually also not awesome however the driving this morning here's WBZ TV accu weather meteorologist Sarah Wroblewski disability tends to drop below a mild so keep that in mind if you're headed out this morning it's going to be tough out there that snow fall rate is going to allow for the rose so quickly slick and and you got those winds of near white out conditions at times how about the air travel right now at Logan airport some eighty flights are canceled already for the morning and while it's frustrating for many the snow has led to a lesson in killing time passengers pass the time singing holiday classics with the Boston pops brass band ensemble terminal B. it was a welcome diversion for people with delayed flights this mom and her five kids were waiting to see what was going to happen with their flight your plate hasn't been canceled or delayed hopefully nine we're actually here very early about three hours only because we thought the traffic so we gave extra time but luckily it wasn't too bad they get to sit and relax yes exactly relax and listen to some classic pop songs please seek assistance news radio we are far from done with this storm WBZ's full coverage continues on there and the I heart radio app and you can see the latest list of closings and delayed openings at WBZ ten thirty dot com it's five forty eight and you could blame the weather for skipping the gym but that's not the only reason so you think you're too old to work out apparently you're not alone according to a survey conducted for the fitness app free let X. six in ten respondents had given up on serious exercise with many citing age as the reason what's interesting is the average age given for feeling too old to work out was forty one the number one reason was scheduling conflicts followed by weather and eating too much fifteen percent of respondents use Netflix as a reason to skip the gym gym Shannon B. C. B. S. news right on cue spike in the number of flu cases I'm very numb.

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01:51 min | 2 years ago

"sarah wroblewski" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Local news radio WBZ ten thirty and I. seventy three degrees we have cloudy skies in Boston it is eleven thirty on this Wednesday morning thanks for joining us I'm Jim McKay and here's what's happening two million people sent warnings to evacuate big concern over storm surges hurricane Dorian continues its March toward the Carolinas can Graham is with the national hurricane center saying even if the hurricane is downgraded to a tropical storm still quite dangerous an expansive when feel that as a result that's how you can tell that water up in some areas getting that water early and depending on the wind direction and we've seen it where you know twelve hours later twenty four hours later depending on the winds some areas could see the water lake depending on on the direction so it's about that water and it's about the storm surge and that is independent of the actual category the storm and we are not going to be feeling any impacts from door in until Friday night into Saturday there is the potential for heavy rain and wind gusts up to forty miles per hour eleven thirty one meantime today we're going to be seeing a separate severe weather scenario on alert for this impactful whether working in from west to east I had ever front scattered thunderstorms a few storms could become strong to severe impacting the evening commute damaging wind gusts and localized flooding the primary threats lighting obviously in any thunderstorms develop as well they should be dwindling intending to weaken a bit across southeastern Massachusetts between six and eight PM mine is WBZ TV meteorologist Sarah Wroblewski will Boston could be on the verge of changing their permitting process for parades after last weekend's straight pride parade city council president Andrea Campbell says the past weekend's events it gives them the opportunity.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"sarah wroblewski" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Matters where you get your news WBZ newsradio good morning eight o'clock in Boston on a Monday were already at seventy one degrees and where no where near done temperatures topping out in the mid eighties today good morning I'm Jeff brown thank you for taking us to work with you today and here's what's going on weather watchers are stringing together bunch of beauty this sunshine and low humidity details from WBZ TV meteorologists Sarah Wroblewski pretty fantastic mother believe it or not low humidity with high pressure to the north west will build on and keep it as dry over the next several days let me just see some high thing clouds move across southeastern areas but most of the rain chances will stay just tore south to the day today and the options are endless pretty much all this week you can head to the beach make a tee time go to work mostly good right eight oh one now woman his fighting for her life this morning after being pulled from the waters off Nantasket beach and haul WBZ's Jim McKay as details will lives on the cell shore and she brought up a good point all beaches are not made equal one of the things that I do know that come from the house that and we have a includes speech all we know right now is a woman was pulled from the water yesterday an off duty whole firefighters spring into action it ministered CPR she was as more swimmers should be more aware of how the water can be different a different beaches I have a hard time on this speech because sometimes the waves so bag and as always make sure someone is around you at the beach.

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01:32 min | 2 years ago

"sarah wroblewski" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is where you get your news WBZ newsradio good morning six o'clock in Boston sunshine sixty five degrees on our way to the middle eighties today the news at six sponsored by Toyotas official website for deals buy a Toyota dot com good Monday morning I'm Jeff brown thank you for waking up with us here's what's going on if you took this week off you hit the vacation lottery Sparky the TV Sarah Wroblewski says as far as the weather is concerned it's all good mostly dry conditions of the day today with temperatures in the fifties and sixties as we get into the afternoon hours temperatures climbing into the eighties Q. oral out a sprinkle but I think most of the air it just will just be too dry for most of the showers to really overcome it perhaps maybe down across the south because we'll have to watch but by the afternoon the for the north and west to go the brighter the skies and that's will climb into the low to middle eighties temperatures in southern California will top out at about a hundred ten degrees today and people there continue the clean up from two of the worst earthquakes that region has seen in decades experts say the worst could now be over after those quakes and a series of aftershocks rocked the state of California state officials there are still concerned that the big one could be coming there warning people to update their escape routes and also update necessary items they would pack in a survival kit amazingly no deaths or even serious injuries have been reported in these.

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02:17 min | 2 years ago

"sarah wroblewski" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston's NewsRadio drivers free on bail after pleading not guilty to charges he allegedly sexually assaulted a rider after she refused. His offer of money in exchange for sex. Police are charging Jose of Alice of holliston with indecent assault and battery and attempting to pay for sexual conduct. The alleged victim tells police she was getting an ride to work on Friday and Ashland. When the driver offered her one hundred dollars for sex, then sexually assaulted her with his hand after she refused about Las denies the accusations. He is due back in court on March twenty fifth one oh to hit is a nice day today. But by tomorrow afternoon, we could be dealing with a much different picture snow in a mixed bag of precipitation headed in our direction and WBZ TV meteorologist Sarah Wroblewski says it could be a bit dicey. It's gonna be rough for that Tuesday evening commute even in the afternoon hours be aware that we could be dealing with snowfall rates of one to two inches an hour limiting visibility and quickly along for the road ways to get pretty slick out there the conditions. They do improve by Wednesday morning. So it's really again that Tuesday night commute where we're going to be watching for some of the most difficult travel. We'll keep tabs on the situation for you. Keep you up to date here on WBZ with traffic and weather together. Talks continue in Washington and a border security package ahead of Friday's deadline to avoid another government shutdown CBS's. Steven Portnoy at the White House has the president prepares for a campaign rally in El Paso, Texas later today, the president tweets Democrats, quote, do not want us to detain or send back criminal aliens to demand he calls. Crazy. Democrats have asked for a significant reduction in the number of detention beds that immigration enforcement agents can use to house those in line to be deported. Their aim is to get the administration to focus its efforts on deporting dangerous criminals the administration calls it. An attempt to abolish ice has mentioned a trip to Texas today for the president. This is the first campaign rally of the year for the president knew continues to push for his signature campaign promise, we'll be down in the border city of Al Paso, outlining his case for the wall using that city as an example of his exaggerated claim that the wall would dramatically reduce crime. And just all the president is speaking in El Paso, one of his potential twenty twenty rivals will also be speaking out in the city. Former Texas congressman Beddoe work coming up in Boston public schools showing some are ESP so important that we.

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02:26 min | 2 years ago

"sarah wroblewski" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Will last another day, and they're urging people stay home, and frankly, many people are not going outside. It's I'm not going to say it's a coup. Post town, but there are very few people out whereas in a normal quote unquote day, you would have some people outside you'd have snowmobilers sandy snowmobilers. Now, there's a trail that goes right through the city, even in this kind of weather, even snowmobilers aren't going to go out in most cases that Arctic cold is heading our way and bringing snow squalls ahead of it squalls will produce strong winds and snow falling so rapidly that your windshield. Wipers may not be able to clear it they could be here within the next half hour to forty five minutes. So what should you do? If you find yourself stuck in a squall while in your car, here's WBZ TV meteorologist, Sarah Wroblewski, you really need to step off the break turn on your lights. Give plenty of room for the car front of you because your visibility drops the car behind. You can't see as well. And yeah, there's not enough time for your wipers press to be able to move the snow off stay with WBZ for the latest on. This. Storm system is approaches Boston bringing those cold temperatures this just into the WBZ newsroom. According to the Justice department, a pro. Russian Twitter account used non-public material from a critical case being used by Robert Muller's team in an effort to discredit the ongoing Russia probe federal prosecutors. A filing from the Justice department that that publication of documents had been shared with defense attorneys, but not made public in the case. And as yet another disinformation campaign firm Russia aimed at discrediting Muller's investigation. We're bringing the latest developments on this story as they come into the BC newsroom. New charges filed against Celtics player Jemari bird, Twenty-four-year-old, Celtics. Reserve guard Jabari bird has more charges to answer to and his domestic assault case last September. He was arrested and charged with domestic assault and battery he's accused of choking his girlfriend more than a dozen times today. He was arraigned in Brighton municipal court on added charges of witness intimidation and threats to commit a crime. He's pleaded not guilty to the original and new charges and today in court. There was an indication that the case might be settled assistant district attorney Chianti short. We're actively. Working to try and resolve this matter your honor birds defense attorney agreed saying that they hope to resolve the matter shortly bird is due back in court in February unless the case is settled sooner Sheri, small WBZ Boston's NewsRadio the president fires back at the intelligence community. The latest from Washington next..

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01:38 min | 2 years ago

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"Few breaks in the clouds at nine o'clock in Boston. Temperature warming up to thirty one degrees. Good Friday morning. I'm Jeff Brown. And here's what's happening. Now may be a good time to make sure the snow blower will do what you expect it to the first major snowstorm of the season is headed our direction starting tomorrow night. Maybe a little sleet or snow in some spots today. But WBZ TV meteorologist Sarah Wroblewski tells us it's all about tomorrow night. Snow arrives late mainly after eight o'clock, then it comes down heavy pounding overnight into Sunday morning before warmer air works on and allows for a flip to some ice in even rain as you can imagine travel is going to be an issue WBZ's. Sheri, small is at an already busy Logan airport where the board now shows more than fifty flights already canceled for tomorrow. Of Sudbury is flying out of Logan airport today headed to much more pleasant weather in Cancun, Mexico, were you a little worried that the timing might be off? Yeah. The thing. I'm most concerned about is the connecting flight in whether the storms affecting that today. If there's a storm today but coming back now because we're not coming back Tuesday. So we're going to miss it. She timed it. Just right missing. The massive flight cancellations expected on Saturday and Sunday and also missing the storm. So you'll be enjoying the sun while we're shoveling snow Jianqing p Nikolas. Yes. At Logan airport. Sheri, small WBZ Boston's NewsRadio nine zero one now. Updating a story developing this morning. More job cuts are coming to financial services giant State Street..

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01:34 min | 2 years ago

"sarah wroblewski" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Five o'clock Breitner early Friday morning, cloudy skies and twenty eight degrees in Boston. Good morning. I'm Jeff Brown WBZ. And here's what's happening. We begin with the weather. There will be some snow and sleet around this morning. Just to give you a little bit of a taste with things to come really kicking into gear. Tomorrow WBZ TV Sarah Wroblewski over a foot to even two feet for the north and west you go later amount as you travel further south and east south of the pike mainly four to eight inches with two four as you travel along the south shore. And as you can imagine travel will be an issue this long holiday weekend. Let's get right to WBZ Sheri, small she is already at busy Logan airport. Good morning cherry. Good morning, Jeff. Yes. It's already busy here. But a good news. No cancellations showing yet today. Only three delays right now. But that may change as people try to get out ahead of the storm. It is a very different picture coming tomorrow Saturday were already seeing at least twenty six cancelled flights Sunday. We're starting to show just a handful of cancellations. But of course, that number expected to grow as. As the storm hits airlines are already starting to waivers. So that people can change their travel plans without any fees or penalties. This major storm coming in a likely to cripple travel throughout the north east. And then of course, we're going to see that ripple effect going across the country as well. Reporting live at Logan airport. Sheri, small WBZ Boston's new Boston's NewsRadio. Keep it here. All weekend.

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"sarah wroblewski" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"sarah wroblewski" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Now with ad hoc legislative committee will investigate and decide whether and how to discipline the accused legislator a member of deleo sleater ship team. It's not clear, whether the female legislator who has not been named has or intends to file a formal complaint. Mcmurtry addendum democrat is vehemently denied the allegation at the state house, Mike Macklin WBZ Boston's NewsRadio eleven to you know, it was bound to happen. One two punch of winter weather is headed our way an inch or two of snow in some areas will cost slippery traveled tomorrow morning, WBZ TV meteorologist, Sarah Wroblewski, says bigger storm is expected in here Saturday night, we are talking about the potential of some heavy snow and also transitioning rain and just some very big impacts Saturday night into Sunday. And of course, we're watching for you here at WBZ. Keep it tuned, and you can always take us with you on the iheartradio app. It has been cold. But it doesn't mean all the bodies of water around. Here are safe. That is part of why today in Bedford first responders or practicing their ice rescue techniques. WBZ's Chris pharma's with us you've been watching the work over the oak grove cemetery. Chris what's this effort all about? Well, the effort is just to make sure that people understand the dangers that are involved when they walk out onto these somewhat frozen waterways. When there hasn't been enough time for the ice to settle and that's exactly what happened here on Sunday afternoon. A father and his daughter were ice skating, and they went crashing through the ice that set off an alarm and brought Medford fire department officials down here now at the time they gone here. The father of the daughter were extricated, and there was no cause for armed. They were treated just a little bit on the cold side. But that got oaks thinking, we.

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"sarah wroblewski" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"sarah wroblewski" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Dot com before day Accu weather forecast meteorologist, Brian Thompson. This afternoon will be much colder, sunshine and clouds. A high of thirty six clouds will be on the increase tonight with the low near thirty period of snow developed very late tonight into tomorrow morning at will be mixed with some rain at times, especially the farther south to go. Other a slushy coating to an inch of snow in spots mainly north of the mass pike and for tomorrow afternoon. Clouds break for some sunshine, breezy and not as cold high forty four mostly sunny, quite mild on Friday, a high of forty seven and then it turns cloudy, Friday nights. Some rain is expected on Saturday with a high of forty five I'm AccuWeather meteorologist, Brian Thompson. WBZ newsradio. Oh, temperatures very seasonal thirties. Most spots. Thirty four degrees in reading thirty five and six brave thirty-six mix of sun and clouds in Boston for forty four years winning with nowhere else to turn have found. Open arms safe beds, healthy meals and more hopeful futures in one place Rosie's place to learn more. Visit Rosie's place dot org or WBZ ten thirty dot com slash WBZ cares. Well, we have a couple of months of winter ahead of us. But are almost a snow list, December could it be a sign that we might not have to do much snow shoveling this winter WBZ's Carl Stevens examining that here's some science for you WBZ TV meteorologist Sarah Wroblewski says that for as long as we have kept weather records around here. There have been twenty three times when we got two inches of snow or less through the month of December. And when that happens, guess what? Each of those snowfall seasons has either been below. Average or just at average. So you may not need to tuneup that snow blower after all. But then there's always the potentially confusing reality of.

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