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will be there through march in l.a. so at least they'll get some rain. >> that's what's making news in america this morning. stay sean: it is sentencing day for a former concord prep school student convicted of sexual assault. erin: the gloves came off last night as the republicans debated for the third time and they attacked each other. kevin: soggy start to the day turning a lot warmer through the afternoon and even more changes for the weekend area i will have all the details ahead. sean: more retail space is coming to manchester. when the new stores could open in the former sylvania plant. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 daybreak. erin: hi there, good morning. i'
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sean: good morning. i' m sean mcdonald. what a ride into work. the rain is coming down in sheets. a couple of power outages overnight. several trees have come down. for the most part, things have been cleaned up. you can barely see out there and the ponding on the roads. kevin: there is the patchy fog in the warmer temperatures, which will be our afternoon headline. a couple of more batches to get through before the afternoon. ponding on area roadways. there is a line of showers back to our west that will roll through during your morning commute. a cold front comes through early to mid afternoon and there could be a thunder shower with that. temperatures continue to work their way up through the 60' s and into the lower half of the 70' s before the cooler air arrives. let'
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we are lloyd -- joined live by 95.7 wzid' s deb davidson. good morning. deb: good morning, kevin. we are not seeing any major delays through the state of new hampshire. 93 is moving well from the tilton area down to concord and as you make your way through the hooksett tolls, through londonderry, and salem. 293 looks good. the everett turnpike looks good through the bedford tolls from merrimack down to nashua. no delays along 95 out of the seacoast. from the wzid traffic network, i' m deborah davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: sentencing is set today for owen labrie, the st. paul
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dozens of letters from his friends and family to the judge. he will learn his fate today. ray: good morning, sean. the 43-page memo from the defense claims that he made a mistake as a high school senior the rest of his life. the jury convicted him of misdemeanor sexual assault and a felony count of using a computer to convict -- seduce a child under 16 years of age. he still faces the possibility of having to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life. friends and family say he has suffered enough, including losing his scholarship to harvard, but a legal analyst time. >> the judge has to also consider deterrence.
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he has to consider what kind of message this sends two other young men that may be out there engaged in similar conduct. ray: prosecutors did not file her memo in the case before the court closed yesterday. they are expected to file paperwork before sentencing early this afternoon. we will bring you that sentencing live on-air and we will stream it on the web as it happens. reporting live, ray brewer. erin: sparks flew at times during last night' s republican presidential debate area the third time the top candidates have faced off. it was not only donald trump in comments. chaotic stage in colorado. >> folks, we' ve got to wake up. bazi: right at the start, the front runners came under attack. >> we are on the verge of taking
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bazi: a classic trump counterpunch. >> then his poll numbers tanked. that is why he is on the end and he got nasty. you know what? you can have him. bazi: he further blasted john kasich for his ties to lehman brothers. another sparring match as jeb bush goes after first year senator marco rubio for missing senate vote to campaign. >> when you signed up for this, this is a six year term and you should be showing up to work. bazi: rubio defended his voting record with a comparison to john mccain and others who missed votes during presidential campaigns. chris christie drew applause for a slam on a question about regulating betting for fantasy football. >> we have $19 trillion in debt, we have people out of work, we have isis and al qaeda talking about us and we are talking
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they found agreement on one thing, ted cruz vents their moderators. >> this is not a cage match. how about talking about the about? bazi: party leaders are bashing the moderators they claimed were focused on stirring up fighting matches and not on policy. erin: now that the debate is over, we want to know who you think emerged on top and the results are not even close, with nearly half saying that donald trump won. rand paul came in at second followed by ted cruz and just 5% of you say 10 carson -- ben carson won the debate. you can still weigh in on our website, twitter, or facebook pages. sean: investigators say a gas
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drywall sparked a fire in derry last night. a neighbor reported the fire just after 6:30. when firefighters arrived on stone fence drive, they found flames in the front foyer. the damage was contained. manchester police have seized about 1500 hits of heroin worth more than $10,000. 35-year-old elmer torres faces multiple drug charges after officers found 300 grams of heroin in his car. erin: a new mini mall is coming to the city of manchester. the former sylvania plant is being transformed into 3000 square feet of retail space. the project will keep most of the building' s structure. the mayor said that this will help bring more people to the area. >> they are working to get some in there.
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people have talked about joe' s and a variety of other things. of manchester. erin: mayor gastak tas says there could be tenets within a new year -- the new year. sean: the ideas being discussed when it comes to abuse cases and the response. are just days away. you might be surprised that americans are spending so much to dress up their pets. sean: help is pouring in for a sandow family after a
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are president you'll be paid as much as if you were a man-male... this is one of the jobs where they have to pay you the same. but there are so many examples where that doesn't happen. i'm going to do everything i can in every job gets paid the same... ...as the men who are doing that job. r p
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kevin: it is thursday morning, october 29. we have another line of rain moving through vermont and a
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the milder temperatures remain through the afternoon. we will have details coming up. sean: state attorney general joseph foster is offering two key recommendations to protect the most honorable children in new hampshire -- vulnerable children in new hampshire. erin: foster says one problem is that law enforcement often cannot access all the records involving a child' s death. he also wants record of all child-abuse complaints, whether they are founded or not, help for a longer period of time. >> it sets the context for what our involvement could be. i can assure you that if there was legislation, our staff would be cheering, now we have the history to understand the dynamics of the family. erin: the committee is also discussing establishing a response team through dcyf that
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into allegations of abuse -- 24/7 to look into allegations of abuse. sean: it has been nearly five years since bobbie miller was shot to death in her home. her family is hoping this billboard will help find her killer. miller' s mother says she hopes to someday see justice for her daughter. >> it is almost like the end of the world for me. it killed the rest of my life. whoever did it did it to the whole family. it ended my life. it did. sean: we take you inside the bobbie miller murder mystery and find out why it is not being called a cold case on news 9 tonight at 11:00. erin: coming up, helping students focus in the classroom while also getting some exercise. a teacher in maine says his
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erin: welcome back. a military surveillance blimp broke loose from its tether yesterday and floated for hours before deflating and falling back to the earth. two fighter jets were scrambled to track the blimp. the tether brought down power lines in the area. take a look at this. an impressive fireworks display lit up the sky in the netherlands, but it was a very dangerous situation because the fireworks were stored in the attic of a home and they started to launch when the home caught fire. the good news is no one was hurt. sean: the house passed a bipartisan budget deal that also raises the federal debt ceiling. new hampshire representatives split their votes with democrat annie kustor in favor and
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republican frank guinta opposed. meantime, wisconsin congressman paul ryan will likely be the new speaker of the house by the end of today. republicans officially nominated him yesterday and the full house will vote today. john boehner abruptly announced his resignation last month. erin: kids are not the only ones who get dressed up for halloween anymore. the national retail federation predicts that 20 million people will dress up their pets this million. some of the most popular options this year --darth vader, yoda, batman, superman, and a lion. sean: a big red wings fan. [laughter] erin: i like the bumblebee. there is a new pedestrian bridge in manchester connecting the manchester pistacaquog trail with the goffstown rail trail.
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that means you can now walk almost eight miles on the trails between northeast delta dental stadium and manchester. new parking is coming soon. you can learn more about this new pathway on the escape outside section on wmur.com. sean: that looks really pretty. a teacher in maine has found a rather unique way to help students focus in the classroom and get rid of nervous energy. he installed if you fit a -- few a few fit desks, basically a desk with a stationary bike underneath. >> after the course of 80 minutes, someone will start moving their foot a lot or tapping or tapping their foot. i say, hop on the bike. instantly, they are back on task . they are focused. sean: lambert says other
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they are jealous of what he has in his classroom. he is a math teacher and said, this will work. erin: get the juices flowing. kevin: you notice those bikes are up right in front of the class. no pressure. sean: does that make a difference? kevin: location is everything sometimes. a few spots over two inches of rain. you can see a general 1-2 inches of rain falling across the state. we have two more batches of rain to get through. the second of which will eventually arrive around midafternoon and that will be the cool front that sense temperatures backward and closer to the average. a mild day on the way. it will not take you long as you walk out the door to understand that. we start off in the 50' s and 60' s and had from the 60' s to the lower half of the 70' s with
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a few breaks of sun. if you happen to be going out friday night, i think the trick-or-treating whether should be just fine. there is the heavy rain we were experiencing during the evening and overnight hours. this is the first of the two batches left over. it is continuing to die down, but a couple of downpours with that. then there is a front that moves across the state later this afternoon and behind that will be the cooler air. as the rain moves away later this morning, we have a few more hours of warm-up. highs will be 67-75 later this afternoon. little bit of a break at the present time. temperatures right now running from the mid-50' s to upper 60' s. we will go up another 7-9 degrees in a lot of areas. this is the difference in temperatures from yesterday
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morning to now. 40 degrees warmer up in whitefield. 30-plus degrees warmer in a lot of locations. you will notice the warmth is not going to last as the cooler air rushes in tomorrow afternoon. temperatures today, upper 60' s to mid 70' s. there is that that' s coming through in a scattered variety. anything we see later today does not last more than 35-40 minutes. once it goes by, the cooler air rushes in. the chance of a shower or two on sunday. look for brighter skies and then we drop quickly was clearing skies later tonight. lows anywhere from the upper 30' s to mid 40' s is going to feel more like 20' s and 30' s tomorrow. more like october tomorrow and then a lot of sunshine for your halloween afternoon.
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temperatures in the 40' s to lower ranges of the 50' s. mid 50' s. mid-50' s on sunday with quite a few clouds around. we warm up again next week. sean: it almost felt tropical out there as it warms up. kevin: just wait for the afternoon. erin: humid. sean: we start with ray brewer. ray: owen labrie is scheduled to be sentenced today. the st. paul graduate was convicted of misdemeanor sexual assault and a felony account of using a computer to seduce or entice a child under the age of 16. the defense is claiming he made a mistake as a high school senior and should not have to pay for the rest of his life. sean: manchester police say they have seized 300 grams of heroin during a traffic stop. a new mini mall is coming to the city of manchester. the former sylvania plant is being transformed into 3000 square feet of retail space. the first stores could be opene
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by this time next year. erin: imagine walking through a driving rainstorm like this and not getting a drop of rain on you.
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i had no idea snhu had this amazing campus. even the walk to class is amazing. i love the sense of community. people actually hold the doors open for you here. all my professors really know who i am here. they genuinely want you to succeed. i've made so many friends here. friends i know i'll have for life. snhu is the place for me.
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erin: with the heavy rain we got overnight, this might sound appealing to some people. walking through a driving rainstorm without getting wet. sean: this is possible thanks to the los angeles county museum of art. sensors stop the water around you as you slowly walk through.
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erin: for folks out there to be in a rainstorm, something they do not have to very often. a couple got engagement photos, but their dog stole the show. sean: he started photobombing their pictures. chris and megan, louie really loves it. megan thinks that he might be jealous of her future husband. there he is. [laughter] sean: he is a cute little guy. erin: the star of the show in that photo shoot. we are going to check out highlights from the celtics sea son opening win. sean: hillary clinton is here in
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 daybreak. sean: thursday, october 29. you heard it pounding on your roof overnight, the rain has been coming down in sheets and we had localized flooding around. it is going to end soon. erin: we hope so. it is dreadful out there. [laughter] sean: yes. erin: the concord prep school graduate found guilty of sexually assaulting a fellow student will be sentenced today. owen labrie may be required to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life. a new market mother is facing charges after prosecutors say she tried to push one of her children underwater in a
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the community rallying to help the family of a nine-year-old last week. ve got to be careful out there. kevin: absolutely. the heaviest of the rainfall is pulling through. there is one other batch that will come through and a lot of the northwestern half of the state. once that goes by, a little bit of a break between then and about 2:00 or 3:00 in the afternoon before the cold front arrives. in between then and now, we will be looking for a couple of breaks in the overcast and temperatures going in the upper 60' s to mid 70' s. sean: we are a couple of days from november. it is going to feel weird. let' s check out the roads. here is a live look at i-93 in windham. kevin: 68 degrees. we are joined live by 95.7 wzid'
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deb: good morning, kevin and sean. if you are heading out, you will have to travel a little bit below the speed limit to get to morning. there are no major delays. 93 is moving well from the tilton area down to concord. 293, we are moving along okay through the mill yard. we do have those lane shifts causing a minor delay between exits 5 and 3. 101 and 11 are moving well -- 111 are moving well. this report is being brought to you by peters honda, nissan, and kia of nashua. i' m deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: the concord prep school grad convicted of sexually assaulting a fellow student will
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sean: owen labrie will appear in court for his sentencing. his lawyer is asking for probation. yesterday, the defense submitted a memo to the judge including letters from dozens of his friends and family. ray brewer joins us live. good morning. ray: good morning. the message repeated over and over again in that 43-page memo is that owen labrie made a mistake as a high school senior and should not have to pay for it for the rest of his adult life. >> i would have to say a probably glad i' m not owen labrie. ray: owen labrie is preparing to learn his punishment. the jury convicted him of misdemeanor sexual assault and a felony count of using a computer to seduce or entice a child under the age of 16. the defense attorney is asking for the judge for probation. a legal analyst says we can
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expect them to paint a passionate and positive portrait of owen labrie today. >> you can expect to see a very fiery presentation by the defense. they know they have their work cut out for them in order to keep him from going to jail. ray: the defense' s strategy will echo letters in the memorandum that he has already lost a scholarship to harvard, must report as a sex offender, and will forever be tainted by this case. >> those a raw things that the defense are going to argue about and say, he has been punished enough. ray: prosecutors say he raped a freshman girl days before he left st. paul. the jury did not find him guilty on forcible sexual assault charges. >> his mother wrote that he was suicidal after his case. he could face jail time though.
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shocked if they did not recommend a significant amount of incarceration. ray: the prosecution is expected to file the run memo before sentencing this afternoon. reporting live, ray brewer. sean: today, the republican presidential candidates are back on the stump after a heated gop debate last night. nikole killion is in our clash. >> shone, the focus of the debate was supposed to be strictly on the economy, but it turned out to be much more. the third time, not necessarily a charm as the republicans rattled in boulder. someone who cannot do this job. >> ohio governor john kasich charging right out of the gate at the front runners. >> i have to hand it to ben. >> instead, jeb bush and marco
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>> marco, when you signed up for this, this was a six-year term and you should be showing up to work. >> the only reason you are doing it now is because we are running for the same position. >> such a nasty question. >> as the debate progressed, the candidates and the crowd -- [booing] >> they know. [laughter] [applause] >> this is not a cage match. donald trump, are you a comic ben carson, can you do math? [applause] >> after the debate, the rnc issued a statement calling the moderators extremely disappointing. erin: hillary clinton continues granite state today. last night, she spoke at the grover cleveland dinner of the carroll county democrats in bartlett. she started out joking she would try to get everyone out in time
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to watch the republican debate. >> we have a pretty good idea what to inspect -- expect as they continue to insult each other, demean women, double down on trickle. it is like a reality tv show. sean: jeb bush is also making stops in new hampshire today. he is planning to meet with voters in portsmouth and hold a town hall meeting in new london. erin: in his weekly online column, new hampshire primary source, john stay so looks ahead and which candidates will be in the granite state this coming week, plus the desk used 103 years ago to pen the legislation establishing the new hampshire presidential primary is moving to a new home. the rhetoric is ramping up in the early stages for the u.s. senate race. you can read the column in the
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sean: a mother from newmarket is accused of trying to hold her child underwater in a bathtub. guilty. according to court documents, she has mental health issues. the child' s father told officers she tried to push the child under the water. contact with any of her children. erin: donations are pouring in for a family dealing with the devastating loss. nine-year-old christopher chester died suddenly friday night from congestive heart neighbor' cookies. the state medical examiner said he had a genetic heart condition which causes the heart to enlarge. the rare condition can cause any symptoms.
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a page was set up to help his family cover funeral expenses and more than $28,000 has been raised. >> sometimes it is five and sometimes it is 25. people have donated hundreds of dollars. >> i' ve seen such good in people that i have never seen before in my life. i really have. it has restored my faith in humanity. i can' t believe what people have done for us. erin: if you would like to help this family, you can find a link to the page on our website, wmur.com. sean: a unique benefit is taking place next month to help feed the hungry in new hampshire. local emcees are putting together a hip-hop food drive to benefit the new hampshire food drive. they will host a concert from 8:00 until midnight at the 3s
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it is eight dollars to attend or six dollars if you bring a nonperishable food donation. kind of a unique way to do it, but helping out the hungry. erin: yeah, it is a great cause. new calls for change in massachusetts following the murder of a two-year-old girl. >> it is clear that the department of children and families should not have closed the case in 2013. erin: a new report is highlighting the mistakes made in the case of bella bond. sean: dramatic video in california. a principal was thrown to the floor by a student while trying to break up a fight.
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forecast and your sean: starting off early with wet roadways. there is going to be one more line of rain moving through between now and the morning commute. there will be another one around midafternoon. temperatures in the 60' s ahead of that. we will talk about that coming up. erin: it is now 5:43. a man was arrested in boston last night for allegedly making
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a bomb threat on a plane that was getting ready to take off from logan airport. sean: massachusetts state police say the 55-year-old was on a united airlines flight when he claimed he had a bomb in his tag in front of other passengers. police charged him with making a false bomb threat. he will be arraigned today. erin: a new report is documenting the fatal errors made in the case of a little girl found dead on a beach in massachusetts. the body of two-year-old bella bond was discovered on deer island back in june. an independent investigator found that state social workers failed the little girl when they closed her case in 2013 after receiving reports that her mother was neglecting her. the mother' s boyfriend, michael mccarthy, is charged with her murder. her mother is charged with being an accessory after the fact. her biological father says he is disappointed in the way that his daughter' s case was handled. >> i'
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sad, i' m grieving, big-time. i really do believe that they would have spent more time and she would be alive. she would have been safer in a foster home with a stranger. erin: dcf says systemwide reform oversight of cases. governor charlie baker says big changes should be evident by mid-november. sean: a principal in california got mixed up in a fight between three students and got thrown on the floor. the whole thing was caught on camera. you can see one student wrestled the principal and throw them to the floor. he got right that up -- right back up and continued to try to break up the fight. officers arrived soon after and arrested three students. erin: if you suffer from severe allergies, you will want to listen up to this. hundreds of thousands of
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epinephrine injectors are being recalled. the company, sanofi, said the injectors may not deliver the correct amount of the life-saving drug. the recall includes all auvi-q injections on the market. a moment california says her 12-year-old son was told to turn his shirt inside out because a symbol of it -- on it could be identified as a gang sign. the boy was wearing this patriotic shirt at the time. the assistant superintendent said the red star featured on the front is what raised concerns for school officials. >> that design has been associated with gangs in the past. we can' t just turn a blind eye to that. >> when i went to school, it was basically red and blue bandannas and stuff and i never thought that it would turn into this. erin: school officials say the boy immediately complied with
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still wondering if they took the issue with little bit too far. sean: let' game two of the world series night. the mets were up 1-0 when escobar hit an r.b.i. single the game. the royals scored four runs in that inning and they went on to win the game 7-1. kansas and he leads the series -- kansas city leads the series 2-0. erin: the celtics kicked off their season last night hosting the 76ers. in the first quarter, an excellent spin move to score inside. check out this first-half buzzer beater. marcus smart drilled a three pointer. the celtics lead at the half 51-40. they ended up winning their opener for the 43rd time in history by a final score of
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the new england patriots are back in action tonight taking on the red-hot miami dolphins. the game starts at eight: 25 in foxboro. sean: might be a little tired tomorrow morning, just so you know. today is national cat day. i know where kevin is going to be. the internet cap video festival is being held at the berkeley performance center. festival features a collection of videos of amusing and adorable cats. the video of the winner -- the winner of the coveted "golden kitty award" will be selected online. erin: there have to be more videos of cats out there than any other animal. sean: full disclosure, i will -- kevin goes home at five or six hours at a time to look at videos of cats. kevin: full disclosure, that is why i will be tired tomorrow morning. [laughter]
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sean: staring at the kiddies. kevin: with wide-angle lenses, of course. [laughter] kevin: clouds, rainfall, and warm temperatures. it is a soggy start to the day. there is water on the highways early on. ponding in places. the heaviest of the rainfall has pushed away. what we are seeing is now to our northeast. there are two other areas of rain to focus on, one on the doorstep now moving through vermont. the other batches back in western new york. that is the actual cold front. behind that, the precipitation is not all rain. it does mean that there will be another batch of showers, maybe even with the warmer of thundershowers. there is a look at it again. 1-2 plus inches of rain and
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maybe even adding on in some locations a third to an additional half-inch of rain. that will be around during the morning commute. there will be breaks in the overcast back to the west after that. we start off in the 50' s and 60' s. a lot of this warmer air transported northward with what was left of this tropical storm patricia just a week ago. there is a little humidity to go along with it with dew points in the 50' s and 60' s. we will continue to see the warm temperatures around until the front gets here. the cooler air will start to rush in, but not before temperatures go to the lower 70' s this afternoon, maybe as high as 74-95, with a couple of -- 74-75, with a couple breaks of sunshine possible. we all clear out later on this evening after that chance of a couple of thundershowers. overnight, temperatures dip back into the 30'
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s and mid 40' s. partly to mostly sunny skies, except for our showers up north. that is where the temperature regime stays for the weekend. here will be full sunshine and a cold start on saturday and sunday. a lot more clouds around saturday night and into sunday. clouds may edge up by a couple of degrees. the weekend looks pretty quiet and warmer temperatures advancing back in in the first half of next week. we start in the 60' s and head into the lower 70' s. the chance of a passing thundershowers this afternoon and then the temperatures start to fall off after their. full sunshine for your halloween on saturday. s. back into the 50' s on sunday. maybe a passing shower.
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erin: looking great for trick-or-treating. more than this. clear skies and light winds. showed kids at the manchester boys and girls club some of their moves. >> 4, 5, 6. erin: six cast members from the traveling show "marvel universe live!" held a superhero training camp yesterday afternoon. kids through thor' s hammer and smashed through a wall just like the whole. -- hulk. "marvel universe live!" plays at the verizon wireless arena this weekend and that is why i will be tired tomorrow morning. kevin: football, marvel, cats. [laughter]
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folks. here is something to sink your teeth into.
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sean: this may not be for you. a burger chain in canada is rolling out a new burger stuffed with unusual ingredients. the juicy lucy is stuffed with receipts been a butter cups, covered with bacon, onions, and some more peanut butter cups. it is being sold at the works gourmet burger bistro for $16 a pop. erin: does it come with a barf bag? [laughter] sean: it might not be for everybody. erin: is it for anybody? kevin: don' t judge till you try it. erin: i don' t know. sounds disgusting. fishermen in the ukraine can now get their bait from a worm atm.
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sean: it is loaded with worms and maggots. the man came up with the idea after looking for a place to buy bait when most stores were closed. a small packet costs just $.65. erin: i think the burger is worse than the miggy machine. -- maggot machine. sean: coming up in the next hour , a major mishap involving a military blimp that broke loose from its tether and ended up knocking out power to thousands of people. ray: owen labrie learns his fate today. the st. paul grad is scheduled to be sentenced after being
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