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>> now on "daybreak," investigators have confirmed they found the manchester woman. her death has been ruled a homicide. sean: search efforts are ramping up this morning for a missing hiker in the white mountains. she's now nearly a week overdue. hayley: we're taking a chilly turn. and there's the chance of snow showers. i'll have the full weekend forecast ahead. >> i don't know what the purpose of this was. erin: it is one of the most infamous spots in new hampshire. now we're getting our first look inside the home of ed and elaine brown before it goes up for auction next week. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: good morning. happy friday.
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we're going to start to really cool off over the weekend. hayley: in a big way. the temperatures are going to be the highs that a lot of us will get to on sunday. a chilly start this morning. once we get there, before we get there, we have a couple of systems to move through that will bring us the chance for rain and snow showers. there was a live look in manchester. it is 47 degrees. 47 in nashua. about 44 in concord. look at 50's upper valley and up in the great north woods. all due to the clouds. they've been thicker in those areas overnight. that keeps the temperatures a little bit warmer typically. now there are a couple of scattered showers moving through. for the most part, they've been up to the north and in the upper valley. all of us run the risk of seeing scattered showers. the skies should clear out. mperatures will top out later this afternoon in the 50's statewide. i'll have more on the forecast for you in a couple of minutes. first for a look at the
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morning drive, we're joined live by 95.7 deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning. if you are starting your morning commute, all major roads are incident free. that's a good way to start your friday morning. we see some construction in the city of manchester on 293 in both directions between exits five and three. everything is up to speed through the area as well. 101a eastbound we are seeing volume increasing. you are traveling a bit below the speed limit. 111 as does 101 east of the city and the spaulding turnpike. this report is brought to you by autofair. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: all right. thanks. investigators have now confirmed the body they found in a home in manchester earlier this week is that of sue hutchinson who had been missing for three weeks. erin: the attorney generals
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office has ruled her death a homicide. new information in the case. good morning, ray. ray: good morning, erin. the ag's office says the medical examiners office determined that 57-year-old sue hutchinson was strangled and the prime suspect in her murder is a roommate, 36-year-old stephen andrade. hutchinson was last seen september 20th. her roommate disappeared the follows day. police say he shot himself in a hotel in massachusetts. this past sunday, family members reported a strange smell inside hutchinson's apartment in manchester. when police searched again, they found her body hidden in a crawl space behind a closet. investigators say there are challenges with cases like this. >> well, in any case where the suspect is deceased, it is difficult because the person who knows what happens can't give you
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ray: the ag's office says they are still looking into the circumstances surrounding hutchinson and andrade's death. they are not commenting on any possible motive. reporting live in manchester, ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: this morning fish and game officials say they will at least double the number of people searching for a missing hiker in the white mountains. officers say 64-year-old claire marie cocuzzo set out on a hike on october 5th from the mt. garfield trail head to bond cliff and back. she planned to return last weekend. officers have been searching from the air and the ground. they checked the amc huts in the area. sean: jury deliberations will continue in the murder trial of tristan wolusky. the man is charged with first and second degree
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death of aaron will will will -- wilkinson. the defense claims those men died and wolusky didn't know they had brought knives and a machete. prosecutors allege he is the one that is lying. all three men worked together. ! a man from maine is dead after a pickup truck crashed in hampton falls yesterday morning. police say 71-year-old daniel alexander died at the hospital. his passenger was treated for non-life threatening injuries. it is not clear why the road. erin: new hampshire is getting more time to comply with the real id act. four states, including new hampshire, have not adopted the standards. starting sometime next year, non-compliant driver's license will not be enough to let you board an airplane. now homeland security says it will accept new hampshire licenses until june. because there's a new bill in concord to bring
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a man is accused of defrauding investors are new hampshire out of more than $9 million. federal fraud charges were unsealed yesterday. according to court records, he diverted money and government subsidies intended for plantations in guatemala. they are still trying to find month tanto -- montano. sean: you won't have to look far for candidates today. hillary clinton and martin o'malley have multiple stops scheduled. chris christie, lindsey graham, mike huck key, and george pataki all have events planned today. check out the candidate tracker on a welcome home is set for members of the new hampshire army in order guard. this is video when the 18 of the operational support air lift deployed late last year.
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they returned back in july. they spent nine months in the middle east flying high level military and government officials around the region along with more than 50 tons of critical supplies. erin: for the first time ever, we're getting a look at the home of ed and elaine brown. the home has 6,000 square feet of living space. much of it is unfinished. there's also a secret door. there's a hidden bunker with 360-degree view of the property. they have found explosive devices on the property. the notice of sale comes with a warning. >> they can't guarantee they found everything. they have done a good faith search over and over again. erin: how about that? they tried to auction the home. the bidding starts at $125,000. bidders are aloud to tour the building as well. the auction is set for
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next thursday. find more information about the property on the web site at that's quite the tour. an interesting property. sean: it is a beautiful part of the state. both ed and elaine brown both in prison. still to come, human trafficking is a serious problem. a group of frat brothers are stepping up to help potential victims. share. governor hassan sat down with seven women who have all celebrate the their 100th birthday. sean: a huge rally of support for a local high school principal. there's sometime for you to show how you are
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hayley: good morning, new hampshire. it is 6:10. here's a live look by the seacoast. looks like we have a little bit of fog there. temperatures on a cool note in the 40's. there might be a couple of scattered showers moving through this morning as well. later this afternoon, we'll break out of that and see sunshine with temperatures climbing into the 50's this afternoon. erin: a fraternity at a college in upstate new york is the only safe haven for victims of human trafficking in the northeast. sean: that's right. it was just certified by the safe haven campaign. members were trained how to spot signs of human trafficking and to become allies while helping them find proper resources. with the proximity to the canadian border, they felt it was an important effort. >> it is just a way for us to start reaching out and try to encourage other groups and other student organizations to
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sean: the goal is to help them become the first college certify as a human trafficking safe haven by the end of next semester. erin: maggie hassan helped celebrate special birthdays yesterday. she stopped by to meet seven women who have each celebrated their 100th birthday. other families were on hand. the governor spent sometime with each woman and the staff that carries for them. there are typically about 200 centurians living in new hampshire. sean: can you imagine the discussions about the many decades? a lot of history. coming up, talk about a traffic nightmare. hundreds of cars were stranded because of massive mud slides. erin: las vegas is a gambling capital.
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the erin: parts of two major highways are closed after heavy rains triggered mud slides. hundreds of vehicles are stranded. many people are trapped in their homes. flooding started just before the evening commute. crews are working to clear the highways. the process could take all day. in some places, the mud is about five feet deep. in central texas, the problem there is a large wild fire that has consumed about three dozen homes and charred more than six square miles. starting this morning, firefighters will get air support from a massive jet tanker that can drop 12,000 gallons at a time. the fire is only about
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sean: regulators shut downdraft kings and fan duel. they argue they are skill-based and not chance-based. they have been under increased scrutiny especially after employee won $350,000 and may have posted inside information. today marks the end an era. the final flight leaves from philadelphia to san francisco. the plane will return tomorrow as an american airlines flight. the two airlines merged back in 2013. flight 1939 is namedded for the year that u.s. airways was founded in pittsburgh as all american aviation. lottery winners in illinois may have to wait to collect their the lottery commission is now giving out iou's to anyone that wins more than $600. state lawmakers have not passed a new budget. the lottery commission currently doesn't have legal authority to issue
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two winners are suing, demanding immediate payment with interest. erin: a native granite stater is paddling to maine to raise awareness for river conservation efforts. matt is from errol. danielle and matt are stand-up paddle borders. they are going around the dams. they are on pace to finish about two days ahead of schedule. this is quite the trip. thankfully, yes, they have had some decent weather for this. hayley: and beautiful foilage. they might even see some snow depending on how far they get tomorrow. there's the chance of that as a cold front is about to move through. it is going to bring in the chance for a few snow showers. most of us don't have to
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worry about that. here's a live look in portsmouth. looks like we've got fog or drizzle coming down. i wouldn't be surprised if even a couple of showers had been moving through as well. this is cold front part one that's moving through at this hour. there's the traffic circle. the pavement there looks dry. we are pretty cloudy across the area this morning. something you probably noticed when we're looking at the webcameras, the fact that it is still dark at 6:18. that's because the sunrise has been happening later and later. now it is happening today. officially at 7:01 this morning, the sunrise happening. november 1st by the end of the month, we'll get more daylight. the clocks are going to fall back. 6:21 will be the sunrise time. we continue to lose more daylight time in the morning as the sunrise happens even later once we get to november 16th a month from now with the sunrise happening at about 6:40. lots of clouds.
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a few scattered showers across the area. some heavier showers maybe some moderate rainfall when we get into jaffrey along route 202 there. also toward keene, richmond, and the vermont border there by chesterfield. a few scattered showers moving across the state. can't be ruled out through the morning hours as the cold front marchs by. behind it, cooler air. temperatures will only reach the 50's. tomorrow low 50's across the state. that is nothing compared to what we're looking at behind this cold front that's going to come morning. we'll get a sharp burst of some cold air once we get into sunday. you can can see what i'm talking about. look out toward fargo and the twin cities. temperatures there in the 20's and 30's this morning. that's just a taste of what we're going to be experiencing as we get into the ladder part of temperatures in the 40's. 44 in concord. 47 in manchester. actually. 50 degrees in whitefield
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because of the clouds that have been in place. morning showers, morning clouds continue. then once we get to about midday, the clouds should break apart. we'll see sunshine. overnight tonight here comes the second cold front. this one is cold enough and coming in during the early morning hours tomorrow, there will be some snow showers. mainly north of the notches. in some areas, it could be enough to accumulate an inch or two. the higher elevations, that's what we could be seeing. a dusting to one inch especially on top of mt. that's where we'll have forecast. here's what you can expect over the weekend. temperatures tumbling. 52 on saturday with the morning snow. then we have some cold temperatures on sunday. about 44 degrees for the high and overnight temperatures in the 20's. we had to share this with you. i went to farmington earlier this week and spoke to all of the fifth graders there. they gave me the best things here. a card of beautiful
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shirts, and i have to say the best thing, a whole tray of brownies that never made it back here. i'm sorry. my husband enjoyed them. i wanted to thank them and for all of the questions. it was a lot of fun there in farmington. erin: i'm sure it was a fun day. sean: how were the brownies? hayley: delicious. m & ms on top. sean: now to ray brewer. ray: an autopsy discovered the body discovered in manchester was that of sue hutchinson. they ruled it a homicide saying he was strangling. the prime suspect is 36-year-old stephen andrade who was a roommate. andrade took his own life in a massachusetts motel. sean: jury deliberations are underway. the jury is off until
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they claim the two co-defendants lied and down to rob him. a search effort will ramp up. cocuzzo didn't return last weekend. her car was found at a trail ed in bethlehem. erin: still ahead, when it comes subject matter. the rare photo is worth
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erin: talk about a return on an investment. he made $2 for the photo, but it was worth $5 million. sean: it is the second known photo of billy the kidd.
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it shows him playing croquet. it is worth a lot of money. billy the kidd played. erin: i didn't know they played back then. another rare find is pulling in big bucks. r & r auctions sold a left from wolfgang mozart. sean: he asked a friend to return the scores for three pieces of music. his letters are some of the most sought off musical items. i don't need money or anything. i can write you some music. that would be really cool. erin: it would be. coming up, it has been nearly 30 years since a pan am flight was bombed over scotland. now they say they have
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that's the dd commitment. america runs on dunkin'. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. sean: welcome back. good morning. the 16th of october. finally friday. delay at goffstown. let's just deep it on that. i'm going to paint a picture of that. erin: red sky at night, sailors delight? sean: we have a warning. erin: stay tuned for that. we want to check in on the top stories. the attorney generals office says they have confirmed a body found this week is a missing woman from manchester. sue hutchinson was last seen september 20th. on sunday, her body was found in a crawl space behind a fake wall in
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her apartment. two new suspects have been identified in the 1988 bombing of an airplane over lockerbie, scotland. the attack killed 11 people on the ground and 259 people on board that pan am plane, including two granite staters. members of the concord community will take part in a fundraising walk to help a beloved principal institutioned with als more than a year ago. sean: do we have it right? did we take care of the weather? hayley: this weather warning. we have some active weather. there are rain showers passing through. when the sun comes up and is meeting up with the horizon with the clouds, you get the beautiful color there. we will have clouds filling in. a period of time with scattered showers. especially through the morning. once we get to the afternoon, looks like out. again 47 in manchester and nashua. he in concord.
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and berlin. 50 degrees in lebanon. when we'll have the clouds and showers hanging around. not a bad idea to have at least maybe a rain jacket handy for the kids on the bus stop this morning. once they are hopping off of the bus, the sun will come back out and temperatures up in the 50's. the temperatures you see this morning will be the highs on sunday. sean: we could see snow tomorrow. let's check out the roads this morning. this is a live look at i-93. hayley: for a look, we're joined live by deb davidson. deb: good morning, hayley and sean. all morning we've had a nice easy commute on all major roads. it does consistent to be that way. we are seeing some minor delays southbound as you make your way past the bedford tolls and into the lane drops. it is a bit congested. give yourself a couple of extra minutes, especially if you are
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making your way down toward the merrimack outlet area. we're seeing heavy volume at 111 and 111 eastbound. it is also very heavy as you approach the interstate 93 area. if you are commuting into boston, 93 south is seeing pockets from north of 495 down to the connector. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: all right. thanks. the attorney general has confirmed many people's fears. we now know that the body found sunday night was sue hutchinson. erin: it took a second search of her home to find the body. ray brewer has the details on how she died and who may have killed her. good morning, ray. ray: good morning. the medical examiners officer ruling her death a homicide. they are saying she was strangling and her body was found in a crawl
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>> it is always disappointing. you always hold out hope that, you know, maybe they just have gone away. ray: since september 20th, they've been searching for 57-year-old sue hutchinson who disappeared along with a roommate, 36-year-old stephen andrade. although police had searched their apartment at 169califf road, they noticed a strange smell on sunday. they called police. >> we were able to isolate the smell where the closet was. after some additional searching, they discovered a false front on the closet and in the back was the crawl space where they discovered the body. ray: thursday they confirmed the woman was hutchinson. john kennedy says someone killed her with strangling hutchinson with a foreign object. >> it is disappointing. i know our heart goes
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out to the families. ray: the main suspect is andrade who killed himself in a hotel on october 6th. >> that's where we're focusing. we continue to investigate the circumstances leading up to and surrounding both miss hutchinson's murder and mr. andrade's life. ray: based on statements, they believe andrade killed hutchinson, fled, and eventually took his own life. >> in any case where the suspect is deceased, it is difficult. the person who knows what happened can't give you that story. ray: once again the ag's office looking into a possible motive for the death. live in manchester, wmur news 9. erin: new this morning, nashua police are investigating an overnight robbery. it happened at the mobil gas station shortly after midnight. no injuries were reported. no word on whether or
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not the robber managed to leave with any merchandise or money. a search is underway for the suspect. sean: two new suspects have been identified in the 1988 bombing of an airplane. department and top law enforcement officials in scotland say there's now a legal basis to treat a pair of libyan nationals as suspects in the pan am 103 bombing. only one person has ever been convicted in bombing. he died in 2012. the attack killed 11 people on the ground and 259 people on the plane, including two granite staters. stephen boland and the pilot james macquarrie. erin: they are considering a new way to educate parents. last night parents were invited to hear from a first responder and other experts. they shared graphic images and stories. a similar presentation is being planned for a
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middle stool students in manchester. they want their kids to see the reality of heroin use. >> i have two sixth graders. i would let them watch that. i want them to be scared of this. this is terrifying. >> i think it is something that every child in the city should learn. i think that the parents of the children need to embrace this. it is scary. these are the times we live in. erin: the school superintendent says some graphic images will be reviewed before students see the presentation in 2016. studentses in the granite state going slightly undercover to show how easy it is for kids to buy marijuana-related merchandise. members of youth to youth an anti-drug group coordinated by dover police visited four different malls in new hampshire. they entered a series of stories and made purchases. at one mall, four out of five stores sold merchandise to members who were as young as ten, 11, and 12.
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retailers a letter of concern. sean: interesting. friends of the concord high school principal are holding a fundraising walk on saturday. erin: money will go to gene connolly's family. he was diagnosed with als a year and a half ago. though the disease has robbed him of his voice, students and staff say they learn lessons from him every day. >> he can inspire kids by walking by them and giving him a fist bump. he's always had that gift. i think it is magnified now. >> i love concord high. i still have a lot more to give. i have a lot more in my tank. sean: connolly now uses body language and an ipad program that speaks for him. this saturday, members of the concord community will take part in the fundraising walk. last year's walk raised $25,000 for als research. this year the money collected will go directly to the connolly
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that's tomorrow. erin: that's wonderful. sean: coming up, we're hearing from one of joe biden's closest allies about the race for the white house. will he run? erin: the accident landed one utah man in court. you won't want to miss a beat. hayley: a couple of storm systems bringing with them some much colder air.
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up. hayley: welcome back. here's a live look in meredith. 48 degrees. you see the clouds filling in. we're not able to see much because of the clouds moving in. even a couple of rain showers too. those will continue through the morning hours. the sun breaking out the clouds in showers by about noontime. the afternoon looks bright and breezy. temperatures in the 50's. ville a full breakdown of the weekend's forecast ahead. sean: thanks. congress may have taken the week off. when they return monday, they will face a huge task of selecting a house speaker. nikole killion more on the speaker shuffle.
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the former gop nominee has said no numerous times. faced with pressure he's contemplating a bid. he has been making calls to shore up support. they are expressing concerns it may be too demanding. some analysts think he could be the man for the job. >> he has the offtas having been the candidate on the side. to be able to pull the party together in a way that nobody else can. he says he doesn't want the job because i think he sees himself as the president not the speaker of the house. reporter: others suggest he could wait until the end of the month. erin: continuing with the coverage. we're on the biden watch. the family of vice president joe biden is
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the question is will he run? new this morning, we're learning that one of the vice president's top political advisors says if he decided to run, his focus would be on restoring middle class values. president obama is amendmenting troop withdraw plans from afghanistan. there are about 9,800 troops. nearly all were supposed to be home by the end of 2016. the president will leave as many as 5,500 troops on the ground on the recommendation of the top commanders. the president says it is a modest but meaningful extension. runners will be hitting the pavement literally and virtually for the foley foundation 5k in rochester this weekend. new hampshire native and journalist james foley was killed by isis in 2014. the 5k starts at the rochester fairgrounds at 10:00 a.m. if you can't attend, you can participate
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hashtag i run for jim. sean: checking in on the football season this morning. they are undefeated through four games. we were at practice in hanover. the big green have outscored 156-40 which includes dominating wins over penn and yale. day-lynn williams is putting up big numbers. >> our goal is to come out and compete every week and play well. we're doing so. it is always great to have a goal and do a good job of chasing it. we have to keep the momentum going. sean: the green will go outside of their league playing at central connecticut state. there are two football games collecting food as part of the new hampshire tacklings hunger food drive. londonderry at spaulding. free admission if you
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on saturday, stevens at newport. it is homecoming. a big thank you to everybody who has helped out. will back to the future be correct? the new york mets advance to the championship after defeating the dodgers. erin: now the fans will see if the cubs win the "back to the future" like predicted. they haven't won a series since 1908. hayley: i guess we could cheer on the cubs. we know how it is to wait that long. erin: how cool if the movie predicted it. we have hover boardses. hayley: now we need better technology to predict the weather even
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better than now. you can see we have clouds across the area. even a couple of scattered showers have been moving through as well. temperatures basically in the 40's and low 50's this morning. it will only climb a few degrees warmer than where we were now. at the seacoast, probably a slightly warmer than the rest of us with temperatures getting up close to 60 degrees. right now. i don't have to tell you that. even just driving down beautiful. all throughout the state we're at peak color. maybe just past the peak when you get up north of the notches. it is gorgeous statewide. we have high color when you get toward the seacoast now. perfect weather for viewing it too. it is cloudy and beautiful. you get the pops on the ridge lines as all of the vibrant reds, oranges, and just a crimson yellow colors too. 44 in concord. 47 in manchester and in nashua. 50 in whitefield. a little bit warmer in the northern part of the state. you've had clouds longer
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you can see the clouds drifting across the state this morning along with a few scattered showers. the heaviest showers and the more widespread over cheshire county. from keene down into jaffrey and also up the connecticut river toward lebanon and hanover. probably some light sprinkles going to school and work this morning. this is just round one. cold front one moving through today. behind it, cooler air. temperatures in the upper 40's and low 50's today. this cold front comes through during the overnight hours tonight and early tomorrow. man, are you going to feel that guy. behind it, much colder air. our highs on sunday close to the temperatures we're at right now at this time in the morning only in the 40's in a lot of spots. here's how the forecast breaks down on future cast. morning showers and a lot of clouds. these should pull away. by noontime, most of us breaking out and seeing some sunshine. the afternoon looks brighter and even this
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evening too for the friday night football games of should be good to go. then as we go into the morning hours tomorrow, here's the cold front coming through. look at that. some snow showers up north of the notches. especially in some of the higher elevations when you get into colebrook and pittsburgh, could be an inch of snow by the time the whole thing wraps up on saturday afternoon. tomorrow we'll see the sun breaking through the clouds. similar forecast today. the morning will be the wettest. in the afternoon, sunshine. it is going to be cold once we get to saturday snowfall forecast dusting to one inch from bethlehem and littleton. same thing with north conway as well to the north of there. that's where we would snow. for the forecast, temperatures starting at kick off in the 50's. falling into the 40's today. 50's up north to 60's in the southern part of the state with any showers and clouds moving out. guys, it is going to be cold. look at night temperatures saturday night and sunday night
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it is a hard killing frost. sunday despite the sun, 44 degrees. at least we warm back up next week into the 60's. there this will be a taste of november and december. erin: a taste of what's to come. sean: i'll grab my cat to stay warm at night. 120 ski and snow board areas have registered to host a guiness book of world records event. the hope is to have the largest lesson ever. mark your calendars. it takes place january 8th at 10:00 a.m. it is the unusual kickoff for the snow sport industry learn to ski and snow board month. there you go. january 8th at 10:00 a.m. if you want to help in the record. erin: the largest lesson. sean: maybe a lot of falling. that's okay. one thing fall is known
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for is the pumpkins. erin: and the apple cider donuts. we have the results. carter hill orchard in concord, windy ridge orchard in north haverhill, number three cider bellies, mckenzie's farm, and the number one place to get the cider donut? meadow ledge farm in loudon. sean: this is going to require research. two men accused of reckless driving are facing new charges. on monday, he clocked christopher grant and brandon clark going 118 miles an hour on their motorcycles. police say they have seen video from the go pro camera on one of the bikers helmets that shows them going up to 160 miles an hour. erin: wow. in utah dance moving landed one 68-year-old man in court. steve unger was cited for dancing on the sidewalk.
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he pled not guilty in a hear. he's well known for his creative dance routines around town. sean: that look like awesomeness. he was getting his car repaired and decided to start dancing to pass time. after a complaint from drivers, they approached him. they say he was uncooperative. there's been widespread support for him. several people showed up at his hearing to support him. maybe they should solve this with a dance off. just throwing that out there. erin: i think they need a dance off between the drivers and him. we've seen the dancing cop. they are in the middle of the road. sean: perhaps they should show up in court in support of him. erin: unger and the dancing cop. a beautiful fall morning. colors of the fall leaves reflected off of the water. one of the most beautiful pictures right there. we want to see what you are captures with your cameras with all of the
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erin: 6:55. updating our top stories.
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missing manchester woman. ray: the medical examiners had ruled sue hutchinson's death a murder. her prime suspect is stephen andrade, her roommate, who took his life in a massachusetts hotel. erin: jury deliberations in the murder trial of tristan wolusky. the defense claimed the two co-defendants lied and wolusky only held the victim down to rob him. sean: search efforts for a missing hikers. 64-year-old claire marie cocuzzo didn't return from a multi-day hike. her car was found at a trail head in bethlehem. erin: nashua police are investigating an overnight robbery. no word on whether or not the robber managed to leave with any merchandise or money. hayley: a beautiful shot from portsmouth. isn't that amazing. you can see the sun
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coming up there. because of the clouds and the showers that are moving through, you get the beautiful color. 48 degrees in portsmouth. we do have some areas of showers, especially in the southern part of the state. those continue through the morning and then clearing skies cold for the second half of the weekend here. sean: wow. all right. erin: coming up, will he run? they are going to look at joe biden.
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over the if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but the republicans... v they want to go back to letting v the super wealthy call the shots. they don't stand up for equal pay for women. they don't support paid family leave. they don't even really support refinancing student debt. we've got to get this economy working for the vast majority of americans, not just for those at the top. that's what i intend to do as president. i'm hillary clinton and
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