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>> now on "daybreak," a former student convicted of sexually assaulting a fellow student is set to be sentenced later this month. now owen labrie's lawyer wants the judge to set aside one of the convictions. a man accused of murdering a teenager in madbury admits he was there. tristan wolusky says he didn't kill aaron wilkinson and lied to investigators. >> a lot more clouds along with periods of rain. the changes that come for the weekend ahead. >> who will be the next u.s. speaker of the house? the search continues after a surprise announcement yesterday moments before a planned vote.
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak". sean: all right. good morning, everybody. we made it to friday. thanks for waking up with us. i'm sean mcdonald. yesterday a gorgeous fall today. today? not so much. we describe it as a weather speed bump. kevin: a necessary evil to get into the weekend. we get there pulling away later on tonight. setting up mainly fair skies. enough. clouds will be increasing quickly this morning. you'll notice rainfall half. then diving southeastward for afternoon showers. maybe even a brief downpour. temperatures in the 30's and 40's. warming up into the 50's with rare cooled air. 60's before the showers arrive in southern areas later this morning and into the afternoon. much more on the holiday
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let's look the a your friday morning ride with deb davidson. deb: good friday morning. all roadways are looking good. we have the overnight roadway in the concord area. it is right between exits 12 and 13 in both directions. the left lane is closed for drainage work. the speed limit is just about below the 55 mile an hour limit. give yourself extra time through there. 293 we're seeing some construction on the bridges which has temporary lane shifts. the northbound side, the onramp to exit four is closed for construction. the everett turnpike is a nice ride through the bedford tolls. no delays from merrimack to nashua. just a heads up, lots of tourists are going to start pouring into the state today. prepare accordingly. this record is brought to you by autofair. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: deb, thanks. a judge must decide
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if a former conviction against a student will stand. owen labrie was convicted of five students back in august. the defense wants the judge to set aside the conviction for certain uses of computer services prohibited. ray brewer live to explain the arguments. ray: the felony conviction for certain uses on the computer services prohibited meaning he used a computer to lure a 15-year-old girl to a sexual assault. it also means he'll have to register as a sex offender. they said it is too harsh and the law wasn't meant to be used for two teenagers. legal analyst said the state made the point it is too late to object to something the jury was considering. >> under the law the defense is required to
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they are given. the statement's argument is very simple which is you didn't object when the jury was instructed on how they would apply the law in this case. it is too late for you to raise it now. ray: the judge has 60 days to issue his decision. it is likely it will be made before labrie's sentence on october 29th. reporting in the studio, ray brewer, wmur news 9. sean: thanks. a man accused of murdering a madbury teen admits he was there, but he says he did not kill aaron wilkinson. >> i know i was committed the robbery. i was not okay with the fact he had been murdered. i didn't know how it would look. it looks bad. i didn't know they would try to say i murdered him because i was there. i was trying to stay away from that situation. i lied to everybody. sean: tristan wolusky took the
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he wants to take responsibility for his actions. he says he was with when pinette and tatum stabbed him to death. both of them pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in exchange for testifying against wolusky. police are looking for an inmate that walked away from a halfway house in concord. 50-year-old robert mozeika of chichester never returned after leaving his work site early yesterday. he is 5'9", 200 pounds, black hair and hazel eyes. he was serving time for theft. he was not eligible for parole until next june. state leaders are urging anyone that needs treatment for addiction to use the web site. people say there's a problem with the patient's ability to access treatment even when it is ability. the list of crews says the state should be putting pressure on
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insurance companies to cover more treatment services. >> we have a kid here that's been hanging out with us for a couple of by the river. he wants recovery. he doesn't qualify for any. sean: the most important thing someone struggling with addiction can do is get an assessment to determine the level of care they need. nashua police say they've arrested two dozen people over the last six weeks who were involved in the sale and possession of drugs, including heroin, fentanyl, cocaine, meth, and marijuana. it follows several investigations over the last few months. house republicans are set to meet and discuss their nominee for speaker after kevin mccarthy abruptly withdraw from the race moments before a planned vote. stephanie ramos has more on the surprise move and what it means for congressional leadership. stephanie: no one saw this coming. in less than two and a half hours, kevin
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mccarthy went for a confident candidate to a withdraw. >> i think i shocked some of you, huh? the one thing i found in talking to everybody, if we're going to unite and be strong, we need a new face to help do that. stephanie: the decision throws them deeper into chaos. it came after the meeting after the same conservatives who would challenge him leading republicans, especially those who supported mccarthy, at a loss for words. with no obvious replacement for john boehner, anything can happen. >> they were stunned. stephanie: some are still in the running. some are urging paul ryan from wisconsin to throw his hat into the ring even though he says he's still not running. what happened? well, mccarthy's big blunder didn't help. >> everybody thought hillary clinton was unbeatable; right? we put together a
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committee. a select committee. today? her numbers are dropping. stephanie: kevin mccarthy's team figured he would only get 200 house republicans, that's short of the 218 needed. news, washington. sean: all right. still to come, new concerns for flooding in south carolina. help with relief efforts is arriving from here in new hampshire. new hampshire is really tackling hunger. the number of meals that will be provided thanks to donations at football games. a local funeral home director says he's
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kevin: friday morning, october 9th. 40's elsewhere. huge rainfall. a couple of spots of up north could see an inch. sean: thanks. a member of the new hampshire red cross is in south carolina. she joins more than 500 others red cross workers. homeland security director, jay johnson, plans to tour some of the hardest hit areas of south carolina today and get updates. the governor of south carolina is urging many residents along the coast to evacuation because many flooding is expected as storm waters flow down river. officials say 14 dams have failed. they are keeping a close eye on 70 more right now. the city of nashua is teaming up with the red cross to provide and install smoke alarms. teams will spread out
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and go door to door in neighborhoods that are considered high risk for fires. seven people die in house fires every day in the u.s. their goal is to reduce the number of injuries by 25% over the next five years. granite staters really stepped up during the tackle hunger campaign. so far they have collected 54,000 pounds of food, enough to provide 45,000 meals. most schools have finished the program, you can still donate at tonight's game between salem and spaulding. a big thank you to everybody. speaking of which the effort got a bigger boost when kas bar realty donated more than $7,000 to help. that money will provide 15,000 meals. a big thank you to them. 5:12 right now. the hometown hero is competing with some of the best in the country.
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running, and biking for years. sea world is moving forward with expansion plans. they are facing strict rules when it comes to killer whales. in this week's adopt a pet, meet payton. the boxer mix has lots of energy. he loves to cuddle. he's wait for you at the new hampshire spca. for more information go to the republicans finally admit it. >>"republican kevin mccarthy saying ...the committee investigating benghazi and clinton's emails was created to destroy her candidacy..." "everybody thought hillary clinton was unbeatable, right? but we put together a benghazi special committee... what are her numbers today?" republicans have spent millions attacking hillary... ...because she's fighting for everything they oppose... ...from affordable health care. ...to equal pay... she'll never stop fighting for you. and the republicans know it. >>i'm hillary clinton and i approved this message. people make mistakes.
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she hopes to run and swim in college while said is -- studying engineering. a complex is open this morning. the top american and brazilian athletes were sliding yesterday. tryouts for the bobsled team are at the end of the month. you have a chance to ride one of the most difficult tracks in the world. starting next week, you can take a test run along with a professional. how cool would that be? killington resort in vermont will most a women's world cup giant value almost. this will be the first resort to host a world cup event since waterville valley in 1991. they have given
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permission to sea world to expand the tank but not breeding killer bails. it is set to open in 2018. sea world is also not allowed to keep any new whales from the wild. they say they haven't captured wild orcas in more than 30 years. the leaves are starting to turn. one of the most popular events is this weekend. it starts tomorrow and runs through monday. the always popular parade starts monday afternoon. floats, livestock, bands, and puppet people as well. for more information about sandwich fair, head to the escape wmur.com. consider it one of the most picturesque fairs of the year. everybody wonders about the weather on a fair weekend. kevin: this is when you say we have a lot of events going on. sean: i like to pile up the pressure on the department. it looks easy. after today. kevin: we have to get through
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it will be showery. if you are going to be traveling. we get to tonight. skies will start clearing after midnight. we set ourselves up with partly to mostly sunny skies through the holiday weekend. it is just the chance of a passing shower likely not until tuesday. you have to get through what you see moving in from the west. it is a batch of rain that's labeled from the northern two-thirds of the state this morning. other scattered showers will form along the front as it moves southeast for the southern third of the state. not everyone getting the exact amount of rain. for the north country, you could see upwards of inch of rainfall. southern areas may not see anything more of. you can see the rainfall. this should win out. temperatures in the 30's in the north country. this continues to move in this morning. as you get up in elevation, notice mt. washington at 32. a possibility of a little bit of a mix before changing over to rainfall there. we are starting to get
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to that time of season. starting to anyway. notice back to the west there's some warmth here. we tap into that on more of a southwesterly and westerly breeze on sunday. until then, we have the rain cool today. takes longer for the rain to edge in. temperatures will jump in. you can see it play out here. there could be a couple of heavier downpours in time for the evening commute. you may wait until 1:00 or 2:00, it may be coming down in time for the evening commute before pulling away early this evening. clearing skies and lingering clouds up north. pretty nice afternoon after early clouds tomorrow in places. highs tomorrow will be in the 50's to lower 60's. chilly night, but notice some high clouds drift in. this is a weak system out of canada. we may start with an overcast sky. temperatures up in the 60's. they will start with mostly sunny skies. saving the warmest day for the last day of the holiday weekend.
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columbus day. the next front moving into the pacific on tuesday. high temperatures today as the clouds thicken push in. climbing into the 60's. it will only be in the 50's up north. then tonight we fall into the mid 40's. southern parts of the state back into the 30's. extended forecast again coolest of the days will be tomorrow. warmest of the days will be on columbus day. in between some extra high clouds early on sunday morning. giving way to sunshine. on sunday. that will be the day before we jump above them for a couple of days. looks like we could have a passing shower on tuesday. maybe another passing shower on thursday. nothing organized into next week. sean: you are setting us up for a beautiful weekend. kevin: high clouds on sunday. chilly start tomorrow. looking good. sean: typical fall. ray: the prosecution has filed its response to a defense motion
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seeking to overturn the felony conviction which requires him to register has a sex offender. the defense says it is too harsh. the law wasn't meant to imply to two teenagers that knew each other. it is not limited and the statue is clear about registration requirements. sean: a man accused of murdering a madbury seen admits he was there. he says he did not kill aaron wilkinson. tristan wolusky took the stand and said he lied. we are just learning an inmate that walked away in concord yesterday is now back in custody. police say robert mozeika was reported missing after leaving his work site yesterday afternoon. coming up on "daybreak," who wants to be a millionaire? find out if a londonderry man c tt2watv# 1t bt@qkix
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kevin: quiet start to the day. clouds start moving in. rain chances win out as the morning moves along in the northern half of the state. for southern areas this afternoon ending early this evening. the end game is to get it all out of here in time for the weekend. sean: dry there in meredith. many people think they are doing well if their car lasts about ten years. an iowa man is still driving his grandfather's car. he drived around in the 1916 buick d-85 touring. kevin: it even has a name. lizzie. they are planning its 100% birthday party. sean: it comes with air conditioning. kevin: natural. sean: i don't know if there's a
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a londonderry man puts his knowledge and skills to the test. james middleton brought in his former trivia competitor for his final question. >> i'm going to go with my plus one. i'm going to see meryl streep as julie child, final answer. >> could your old memory sis just gotten you to $30,000? kevin: that seems strong. he hopes to use the money to use additions to his home with the $35,000 he won. sean: he knew he was smart. why not? coming up in the next half an hour, marking ten years since the devastating floods in alstead. plus he gained international attention after helping stop an attack on a train in france. now a u.s. airmen is in the hospital after a
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." sean: good morning. it is friday, october 9th. it finally had to arrive. the rain is on the way today. kevin will talk about the forecast in just a moment. first the top stories on friday. forprosecutors with responding to a request that a felony charge be thrown out against a concord prep school graduate. and investigation is underway this morning into what sparked a fire that badly damaged a hotel at hampton beach. and a man from arizona has been sentenced after pleading guilty to assaulting his baby during an argument with the child's mother in merrimack. more on the stories in a moment. rain is on the way a little later this morning.
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kevin: it doesn't feel like rain this morning. mainly because you have temperatures in the 30's to lower range of the 40's. it is cool for the rain. we get into the 50's to even mid 60's in southern areas today. notice the first wave of rainfall basically moving toward the northern two-thirds of the state. southern areas waiting until afternoon to see the showers make their way in. those will pull away later on this evening. temperatures near the freezing mark up north. could be a little bit of a wintry mix as it starts over the next few hours. 50's north and 60's south today. then cooling off and turning crisp for the first day of the three-day holiday weekend tomorrow. sean: what do you mean wintry mix? rain and heavier rain? kevin: yes. sean: oh, boy. we're getting into that category. kevin: for a look at morning drive here, we're joined live by deb davidson. good friday morning, deb. deb: good friday
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thankfully there's none of the wintry mix falling right now. 93 southbound is a nice ride from concord all the way down to the hooksett tolls. then from manchester all the way down to salem. 21-minute ride. well. there's no delays on 293 in either direction through the mill yard or as you make your way by exit six southbound. 101 east and west of manchester is up to speed. 95 is moving along very well. no delays down to the maine border. no delays through the hooksett tolls -- through the hampton tolls. this report is brought to you by autofair. i'm deb davidson for 95.7wzed. sean: thanks. a judge will decide if one of the convictions against a former pep school student will stand. owen labrie was convict of several crimes in august, including a felony charge of certain uses of computer services prohibited. yesterday prosecutors responded to the
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defense's request that the conviction be set aside. ray brewer live in the studio to explain why both sides stand. ray: the response spells out why they think the conviction should stand. it is an uphill battle for the defense. >> the chance of the judge actually dismissing or setting aside the verdict in the case is very, very small. ray: owen labrie was convicted of certain uses of a computer services prohibited, a felony level offense that basically say he used the internet to lure a 15-year-old into a sexual assault on the campus of the exclusive st. paul's prep school in concord. >> the defense has filed a motion specifically targeting the one felony conviction because they are doing everything they can to avoid having mr. labrie have to report for the rest of his life as a sex offender. ray: legal analyst said the response filed by the state makes the point it is too late
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now to object to something a jury was considering as the trial wrapped up. >> under the law the object to jury selections at the time they are given. the state's argument is simple. you didn't object when the jury was instructed on how to apply the law in the case. so it is too late for tow raise it now. ray: the judge will likely hold a hearing on the issue. the judge does have 60 days to issue an order. it is likely the decision will be made before labrie's october 29th sentencing date. sean: thanks. two men arrested during a drug investigation in keene are set to face a judge today. 19-year-old robert ervin of marlborough and 21-year-old nathaniel wallace were arrested yesterday. ervin is accused of selling heroin. wallace is accused of possessing the drug. wallace is charged with a felony due to a prior conviction for sale of a
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controlled drug in 2013. three people were indicted by a federal grand jury for conspiring to distribute heroin and fentanyl. donald feith says jeannette hardy and zakee stuart-holt and jose casellas were planning to distribute 400 grams of heroin and fentanyl. they seized several kilos from the suspect's home and a total of $770 in cash. the department of health and human services says new hampshire is averaging 27 drug-related deaths per month. 91% of those are related to opioids, especially heroin and fentanyl. one person has seen the crisis firsthand is the president of the largest owned funeral home. buddy phaneuf says they have responded to more
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than 20 overdoses. >> ten years ago if we had a younger person that passed away from a overdose, it is shocking. fast forward ten years, it is almost desensitized my staff. sean: phaneuf says the average age is 32 years old. the majority have been women. fire officials are trying to determine what sparked a fire that damaged a hotel in hampton. the flames broke out yesterday afternoon at the beach view in on ocean boulevard. officials say the fire started on the third floor and in the back of the building. hotel guests and others stays nearby were evacuated. no one was hurt. officials say the bulk of the fire damage is on the third floor. there's also water damage to the lower levels. an arizona man has pleaded guilty to assaulting a baby in merrimack. 20-year-old chase mariscal dropped his seven-week-old baby while he was arguing
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the baby is expected to be okay. he was sentenced to eight days behind bars and must attend parenting classes when he returned home to arizona. the army corps has agreed to settle $85,000 against the epa claims it mishandled in ammonia. they claim the lab had emergency dump system for which it could be discharged into a detention pond that drains into the connecticut river. because of the harm to the river, the corps will be disabling that system. several presidential candidate will be making stops in the granite state today. chris christie is holding a town hall meeting at the pancake house in henniker. lindsey graham is holding a news conference in portsmouth.
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town hall in stratham. and gilmore, cruz, and paul are attending a convention in nashua. a book signing in nashua. it is called "in this together" details romney has with her battle of multiple sclerosis. she's the wife of mitt romney. she says she's had many ups and downs. >> i couldn't function anymore. i was not able to take care of my family anymore and do anything. i was just barely able to take care of myself. then coming through that and getting better and coming out the other end, for me i want people to know there's hope that life is beautiful and worth living. sean: we should point out romney added her husband has no interest in jumping back into the presidential race. coming back remembering the alstead flood. this month marks the
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tenth anniversary. preserved. fans. the team is offering you a chance to score tickets to next season at a discounted price. kevin: cooler temperatures today looks like this weekend the sunshine returns.
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kevin: off and running on friday morning. it will be heavy at times today. temperatures in the 50's up north and 60's in southern areas. really nice holiday weekend on the way. details in the forecast coming up. sean: sounds good. right now it is 5:42. the amtrak vermonters service will run on its normal schedule today following the derailment in vermont on monday. a car went down an embankment when the train derailed after hitting rocks that fell on to the track. they have been working tirelessly to get it out of the woods. it wasn't back yesterday. an airman credited for helping stop a terror attack on a french train is in the
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dana griffin is in sacramento with the latest on the 23-year-old's condition. dana: airmen spencer remains in the hospital in serious condition. doctors say he is expected to survive his stab wound. surveillance video captured the brawl early thursday morning. new clips show the suspects rushing into a getaway car after the stabbing. police are continuing to search for two men this morning. he grabbed international headlines when he helped thwart a train attack. >> i pray for that guy. 's a really nice guy. he protects people out there. everybody knows that. this is his hometown. it is crazy. dana: friends and family are grateful he escaped a violent encounter yet again. sean: a drug task force made a
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they found 100 pounds of marijuana while searching the suitcases of a delta airlines passenger. the suspect, trang pham, of california, was charged with drug trafficking. let's talk sports right now. the bruins hosted the winnipeg jets on the opening night of their season. boston scored their first goal of the year in the first period. the jets scored three goals to take the lead. they scored one more goal in the game. the jets went on to win this 6-2. boston played at the new jersey devils tonight. yesterday. they will play the first two exhibition games this weekend. the red sox are offering a special deal to fans who get a head start on buying tickets for next season. the team announced that tickets purchased before december 31st will be the same price as this
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season's tickets. after that, prices will increase by 1.4% on average. until now the red sox had offered the deal to season ticketholders. this month marks the devastating flood that raff averaged the town of alstead. many people in the community don't to dwell on the coo catastrophe, they want to look at how they rose above it. >> i was at home. i had one leg of my pants on. i was putting the other one on when the lights went out. i went to the front door. i could hear the roar. reporter: he witnessed the flood not only as a resident but president of the historical society. >> we need to document this now. not having people trying to document it 50 or 75 years from now. >> that launched a unique part of the clean up and healing. in all of the debris, people were asked to
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they found, water logged and mud covered. off. >> this is a lot. this can be a great memory. >> at least 7,000 photographs from the flood poured into the historical society. >> this is where the culvert was. it was down here. >> the town also saved pictures drawn by children. >> my house got flooded by austin, seven years odd. reporter: and a few proof of the force. >> it showed again the power of water. it is not water so much, it is the content of the water. this just wasn't water flowing down the river. it was telephone poles rock. >> they call it the darkest day in alstead's more than 250-year history. the rebuilding, the rising again, one of the town's greatest and most accomplishments. >> it looks completely
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different than it did before. that's the end result. but they did a great job together. everybody. it was overwhelming. sean: you can find more stories about the anniversary of the alstead flood by heading to our web site at wmur.com/specialreports. it was amazing when you saw the damage after the fact. in person. it was like this massive scar that nature created. kevin: it kind of morphed from just a flood to a flash flood situation for quite a while when they had the heavy rain. it was a combination of the two. it is interesting in itself in our science. we start off with a look at where the foilage is. if you are headed to the northern half of the state, that normally columbus day weekend is the weekend to get around. as you can see, mother nature has cooperated. the foilage near peak or at peak. it is still continuing
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to look good. a little bit more variable in southern areas than it is up north which is more of a steady stream of color. as far as our weekend is concerned, looking very nice. we'll have a few extra high clouds on sunday morning. beyond that, partly to mostly sunny skies for the weekend. temperatures slowly climbing the ladder. by the time we get to monday, temperatures in southern areas of the state up to either side of 70. it will not be like that today. we're looking at clouds and showers making their way in. this is a general east to northeast movement. concord north best chance of picking up on the rainfall. extreme southern areas may be waiting until the afternoon to get in on some of the showers on the tail end. there could be downpours commute. this is a fairly quick-moving system. around. later on tonight, skies should start to clear. that eventually sets up what should be a pretty nice holiday weekend for us. temperatures starting off early this morning in the 40's in southern parts of the state. you'll notice as you
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head farther north, a lot more 30's. this is with the rainfall moving in this morning. you get up in elevation, especially above 4,500 hundred feed. pretty good chance you see a mix before going over to just rain. southern areas up into the 60's. just waiting on the shower activity that afternoon. switching to the system. evening commute there will be pockets of showers. maybe even a couple hanging on for the evening. once that goes away, we'll look for clearing any clouds should give way to partial sunshine into the afternoon. shouldn't be a picture perfect day. crisp day, 50's to lower 60's. maybe some clouds early. partial sunshine into the afternoon. chilly start to the evening saturday night. then some high clouds drift through. that may serve to keep temperatures up overnight. we're talking only 30's. there would be a lot more 20's in the north country starting on
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sunday if we didn't have the high clouds moving through along with a week system. the high clouds on sunshine. by then, winds are out of the west and southwest, pushing temperatures up into the 60's to lower rain of the 70's. 30's and 40's this morning. rainfall pushing in. northern areas first and southern areas in the way of scattered showers or periods of rain into we'll have the warmer temperatures. warmest of the temperatures will be on monday for columbus day. 60's to lower 70's. we'll start out kind of crisp tomorrow with temperatures starting the day in the 30's and 40's. high temperature either side of 60 with increasing sunshine by afternoon tomorrow. high clouds to sunshine sunday and mostly sunny skies on monday. next front would arrive on tuesday. both of those look like showers. a great weekend to be outdoors. sean: we keep adding more and more pressure. there's more. 26-year-old milford
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pumpkin festival gets underway today. this is always fun. 35,000 people are expected to attend the three-day event. the weather is supposed to be nice. relax. the festival features plenty of activities, life bands, and the pumpkin catapult which is fun to walk. there will be a zombie walk, which kevin does every morning on the way to the show. i can't read when you are looking at me like that. farther north, attitash is hosting the 18th annual oktoberfest. it is being held with 19 breweries. admission is $12 for adults ages 21 and olding and $7 for ages six-20. five and under get in free of charge. looking like it is beautiful for the weekend. easy enough. we're all good. kevin: just about three dozen events. sean: get back to your zombie
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sean: it is interaction you are nasty. janet jackson has revealed her first rom nomination for the rock and roll hall of fame. shaka kann also nominated. more than 800 members of the music industry will decide who makes the cut. artists are eligible for hall of fame 25 years after their first music is released. there you go. shaka kann. janet jackson. steve miller.
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kevin: a shelter dog in ohio is proving what a great pet he would make. rush makes his bed every day. the video shows the dog dragging the blankets into place. a lot of people took an interest in him. earlier this week, he and his blanket were on a sleepover with a potential adopter. sean: i'm sure someone is going to adopt this guy. i'll make my own bed if you take me home. i love that guy. kevin: so cute. sean: a california company is releasing a special fragrance from andy fragman. it was based on a show that ended up with him taking milk and cookies to buses. kevin: it is selling forkedly
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sean: if you were at a singles bar and smelled like chocolate chip dock keys, it might help your cause. a remember of the new hampshire red cross is i south carolina helping with the floods that killed nearly a dozen people. ray: the felony conviction got thrown out. now the prosecution has filed a detailed response. stephanie: the decision to withdraw for kevin mccarthy throws house republicans deeper into hear who else doesn't want the job and who is running. i'm abc's stephanie ramos from washington. sean: a man gets his 15 minutes
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