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surgeries now on "daybreak," a three alarm fire sends one person to the hospital. erin: owen labrie has been sentenced to a year in jail for sexually assaulting a fellow student at a prep school in concord. he's free on bail this morning. kevin: after milder temperatures, things change for the weekend. sean: a terrifying scene on a runway in florida. a jet cashes fire sending more than 100 people scrambling to escape. one person was seriously hurt. no one covers new hampshire like we do.
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daybreak." friday. i'm erin fehlau. sean: i'm sean mcdonald. hard to believe. we're upon halloween weekend. it seemed like forever ago. dressed in the fall colors. looks like good weather. kevin: we continue to have good timing. we get the rainfall yesterday. the warmer air has pushed on leaving it to feel more like late october out there. temperatures are going average. we start out with fair skies. you'll notice extra clouds and the risk of the shower up north. a weak disturbance making its way in. that's going to reinforce the northwesterly wind through the afternoon. a blend of sunshine and clouds today. the breeze out of the northwest and temperatures from the mid 40's to mid 50's. we'll look ahead to the halloween weekend in just a bit. let's look at your morning ride here. we're joined live by deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning. 93 is moving well through the state as you start your early morning commute.
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we're not seeing any problems from plymouth to concord. from manchester to salem, you are looking at a 21-minute ride. 293 is moving well with no delays. even through the lane shifts between exits five and three. 111 is also an easy ride. this report is being brought to you by autofair. i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: we start out here with a developing story out of manchester. flames ripped through an apartment building early this morning. sean: firefighters were called to clifford avenue just after midnight, sending residents running for safety. ray byer joins us live near the scene. scary night. ray: it was a scary night for the people. at one point, every fire truck in the city was here according to the district fire chief. there were people inside that building that needed help in going out. getting out rather.
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it was just after midnight when firefighters were called to the scene. multiple 911 calls coming in reporting the avenue. when firefighters arrived, they found flames coming from the rear of the building. the porches on the second and third floors were engulfed. the roof. the apartment building was fully occupied. the district fire chief says there main concern was in trying to keep the fire from spreading and also in getting the people out. >> trying to keep the origin. the primary issue was rescue of the people that were -- couldn't get out or had a hard time getting out. they approached at this point with the people evacuating the building. they did keep the fire at the building of origin. ray: residents say they heard a loud explosion. something that shook the building.
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it is too soon to say how or where the fire might have started. live in manchester, ray brewer. erin: owen labrie has been financed to a year in jail. he is free on bail this morning as his appeals process continues. before he was sentenced, the girl labrie was convicted of sexually assaulting addressed the court. she spoke about how this has impacted her life and why she's fighting so hard for justice. the judge sentenced labrie to one years behind bars, five years of probation, and ordered him to register as a sex offend per of he can apply to be removed 15 years after serving his sentence. >> the public has been exposed to an undenially truth. they don't come in only one mold. they, scholar athletes, teachers, parents, and friends. >> i think he's going to deal with it the way he has been. he's going to turn to
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his family, friends, and loved ones. he's a strong young man. trying to make the best out of a difficult situation. erin: labrie will not begin serving his sentence right away. he's allowed to remain free on bail. that process could take a year and a half. sean: turning to our political coverage now, you could see two presidential hopefuls here in the granite state today. lindsey graham has stopped plans in concord and manchester. bernie sanders will be in manchester, nashua, and derry to start a two-day visit. hillary clinton wrapped up a two-day swing of her own through the granite state with stops in the north country. she starletted in berlin and ended with an economic round stable at littleton high school. clinton fielded questions from a crowd of 300 people and talked about the need for more foreign diplomacy and clean energy jobs. >> i want to do
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rural america a leader in clean energy. i think the rural america can be the super power of the 21st century. sean: jeb bush came after the gop debate. he picked up the endorsement of judd gregg. >> he has put forward more thoughts than all of the other candidates combined. >> i appreciate the fact they see in me maybe they are looking in the mirror a little bit. seeing someone who has a proven record of success. doesn't want to talk about things but wants to solve problems. sean: bush says he will be spending a lot of time in new hampshire as he tries to reenergize his campaign. erin: a prisoner who walked away from a transitional housing have in concord four weeks ago has been caught. 21-year-old adam bergeron was tracked to
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the home. he was serving time back in 2013. he was recently eligible for parole. that had not been approved. he will now face escape charges. sean: more than 20 people were hurt when a plane taxiing for take off burst into flames sending passengers racing for cover. it appears the 767 was leaking fuel before the fire sparked. bazi kanani reports. reporter: good morning. everyone managed to get off of the plane with no smoke. airport officials say it could have been so much worse. the panicked moments before takeoff. >> on fire. on fire. reporter: passengers sliding down the evacuation chutes and running to safety. >> i heard a loud bang. then i saw the lights and flames. reporter: the emergency
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call just after 12:30. problem. >> it looks like it is leaking a lot of fluid. out of the left engine. >> do you copy. >> yes, sir, we copy. we need to go back. reporter: ten seconds later, the fuel ignites. 21 passengers were hurt, mostly from bumps or falls during the evacuation. they tout the quick response as the ntsb and faa investigate the extremely close call. the boeing 767 was last expected in june. they had a brand new engine. abc news, washington. sean: yikes. still to come on "news 9 daybreak," it is a sure sign of fall. hunting season for firearms gets underway. it looks to be a good season. erin: this week's hero is leading one of the most potent offenses in the state. he's an a record pace.
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ahead in the next half an hour, a new recovery center is coming to manchester to help heroin addicts providing
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kevin: friday morning, october 30th. a live look from the camera. temperatures in the 30's to lower 40's. we're continuing to see it in liquid form. we're looking at the cooler air to continue to rush in. that's going to mean some chilly temperatures. the details coming up. erin: quite a change. it was mild yesterday. sean: unbelievable, yeah.
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erin: this week's hometown hero is looking to lead his team to the state championship. sean: stephen hedberg is a starter. he's aside this year leading his team to nearly 50 points per game. he's getting a lot of points. he hopes to play football in college. wishing him the best. erin: make sure you wear your blaze orange if you are headed out into the woods. muzzle loader seasons startling tomorrow and running through november 10th. regular firearm season starts on the 11th and runs through december 6 th. fish and game officials say hunting conditions should be pretty good this year. sean: we're honored to report as wmur has been recognized as the station of the year by the association of broadcasters. we received 11 awards, including newscast of the year for the
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coverage of the keene riots. andy blacksmith was honored as broadcaster of the year. he died in june while waiting for a heart transplant. his impact is still being felt. erin: he is missed. 6:12. coming up. getting a jump start on cosmetology. a new option to help customers.
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technology to sean: leaders in the european union has voted against dropping charges against edward snoden. he exposed surveillance programs in 2013.
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exile in moscow to avoid prosecution here in the u.s. erin: manchester's school of technology is opening its cosmetology salon to the public. they can earn credit toward the cosmetology license in the two to three year program. it is all tuition free. one day a week the public can come in for appointments with the students. >> they might have an interest in it. maybe fashion or hair or makeup. they will come here and learn about it and do it. >> if i haven't had the opportunity to get your hair done in a salon, you get to see the students in action. erin: salon services at the manchester school of technology range from $5 to $25. other salon schools in the area offer similar discounts for customers.
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than 3,000 accords because the sides air bags can inflate when you slam the door too hard. the ignition does have to be on for the air bags to go off. 19 people have reported getting hurt as a result of that issue. many new cars have technology to detect other vehicles, pedestrians, and bicycles on the road. now vol sew is working on a special kangaroo detection system to avoid crashes in australia. there are more than 200 kangaroo collisions every year. volvo has tested the idea on slower moving animals like moose and cows in sweden. kangaroos move much more quickly and erratically. erin: the holiday shopping season is about to kick into high gear. walmart and target rolled out the plans yesterday. walmart will start offering sales on thousands of holiday items on sunday and both companies will be offering free ships with
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value. target's deal starts on sunday. walmart is adding more food tastings and rolling out a special new holiday app. get the app and get some apps in walmart as you are shopping. kevin: how far are we away from opening the doors at 3:00 after halloween? mean? the day after halloween. erin: we're close. next year. kevin: it does get earlier and earlier each year. we start off with sunshine. the exception to this is the north country. we have the clouds and a couple of rain showers moving through. it is warm enough that it is in the form of rain showers. by later this afternoon and tonight, it won't be warm enough. looks like over the weekend, we'll have a little bit of chill to the air. temperatures staying near the late october averages starting tonight and going through the weekend. it should be nice.
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we'll have a well timed band of clouds coming in later tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow night. there's a look at it again. a couple of showers wandering. a couple of those in the higher of elevations. it is mostly rain showers or most of you live below 4,000 feet. the air mass comes out of central canada. that means the chillier conditions will be around. temperatures in the 40's in the southern parts of the state. we are looking at a breeze to pick up and guest. despite highs up into the low to mid 50's, it is going to feel cooler than that. 0's up north. a lot of this falling in the form of light rain and chilly rain in pittsburgh and lancaster. temperatures from the mid 40's to mid to upper 50's. again with the breeze it is not going to feel quite to the level through the afternoon. the clouds that we have out there in places early this morning wither away. eventually clear skies by later this afternoon.
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for tonight, a lighter breeze. temperatures in the 20's to start tomorrow. we start tomorrow cold but with sunshine. these clouds after a chilly day with temperatures from the mid 40's to low ear's will put a lid on temperatures falling too quickly for the trick or treater during the evening. a light wind to go along with it. pretty ideal condition forest that. chance of a shower out there as we work our way through the overnight hours or early on sunday morning. could be in the form of a mixed shower up north. temperatures won't be too bad. we're talking highs in the 50's for the most part on sunday. then a jump from there out ahead of the next system which will be a slow mover. it doesn't get here until sometime toward the end of next week. high temperatures today climbing into the mid 50's. bare in mind in southern parts of the state there will be a pretty good breeze to go along with that. up north, you are talking mid to upper 40's with clouds giving way to sunshine this afternoon. clearing skies tonight. the breeze will lighten. you'll have a breeze
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early in the evening. that will start to die down. you'll notice a lot of sunshine. the brighter of the two days will be tomorrow. a little bit more in the way of cloudiness on sunday. could be a mixed shower up north. then we start to turn milder starting on monday. we should be up into the mid 50's to mid 60's for highs. starting november on the mild side. sean: all right. we'll take it. it felt like early or late spring yesterday. erin: one day only? we want to check in on the top stories. we start off with ray brewer. ray: a three-alarm fire in manchester has displaced 20 people and sent one person to the hospital to be treated for smoke inhalation. the porches were engulfed when they arrived. there was heavy smoke inside the building. that made it difficult for some people to try to get out.
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firefighter hads to give them some assistance. residents say they heard an explosion before the fire. firefighters say that it is too soon to say where or how this fire started. erin: owen labrie has been sentenced to a year behind bars plus five years probation for sexually assaulting a fellow student at the st. paul school in concord. he's free on bail. a prisoner who walked away from a transitional housing center in concord four weeks ago has been caught. 21-year-old ad dap -- adam bergeron was tracked to a home in haverhill, massachusetts. sean: this might look like a tt2w`tiy@4d/ bt@qujt tt2w`tiy@4d/ "a@qef0 tt2w`tiy@4d/ bm@qnm< tt4w`tiy@4d/" dztq y1\ tt4w`tiy@4d/" entq )5<
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erin: sometimes you need the touch of luxury. sean: that's right. this may look like a elegant store front.
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it is a luxury public bathroom in brazil. it was designed by mick jagger's daughter, jade. it is part of the ad campaign. it will be open for the next month. there you go. erin: if only all public bathrooms were like that. sean: i know. wouldn't it be nice? erin: there's a super hero on patrol in the town of beaverton, oregon. sean: look at this guy. he goes by the guardian shield. he keeps an eye on areas around several apartment complexes while carrying a shield, pepper spray, and first aid kit. he's there to help people walk to their homes or cars and make sure no one causes trouble. erin: real life super hero. sean: there you go. erin: coming up, the patriots are on a roll. they left no doubt last
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that's the dd commitment. america runs on dunkin'. >> now wmur news 9 "daybreak." erin: good morning to you. here's a live look at the seacoast. portsmouth is seeing temperatures near 50 degrees. other areas are seeing rain. sean: definitely a different picture than yesterday. kevin will talk weather in a moment. first the top stories. we're following a developing story out of manchester. they are trying to figure out what sparked an overnight fire on clifford avenue. a live report from the scene coming up. owen labrie has been sentenced to one year behind bars after being convicted of actually assaulting a fellow
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student at st. paul's prep school in concord. merrimack police are asking for your help in finding the person who shot a cat multiple times. erin: question this friday. how many layers do you put underneath the halloween costume? kevin: maybe one. we'll be in the 40's. there won't be much of a wind. i think things will work out pretty well by the time we get there. we start off early with morning with the beautiful sunrise. we are expecting temperatures to hold in the 40's with the chance of a couple of showers out there. we've been seeing those play out in a few places. you hold there while we climb into the mid to upper 50's. the breeze today is going to make it feel cooler than the highs. we stay near the norm for the weekend. erin: cool. running from house to house to get the candy will keep you warm. temperature we want to check the roads for think morning. here's a live look at 93.
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kevin: for a look, we're joined live by deb davidson. good friday morning, deb. deb: good friday morning. we're getting word of a serious crash. it is on south main street. a section of the road is closed. travelers will being detoured. if you are in the area, please avoid it if possible. right now 93 south in concord is moving well. on the northbound side, the exit 12 and ramp is closed for construction. traffic is being detoured on to exit 12s. there's no delays through the hooksett tolls. 293 is a good ride through the city. as is the everett, 101, 111, and the spaulding. on sunday, the marathon will be taking place. many roads are going to be closed. please plan accordingly. this report brought to you by autofair. from the wzid traffic network, i'm deb
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an investigation is underway into what sparked an early morning fire at an apartment building in manchester. erin: the fire started shortly after midnight. that's just off massabesic street. ray brewer live in manchester. was anyone hurt in the fire? ray: fire officials saying one person did have to be taken to the hospital. aside from that, everyone made it out. although some people did need help in getting out. now residents tell us that they heard a loud explosion just after midnight at 27 clifford avenue. then they started to smell the smoke. when firefighters arrived, flames on the porches in the back of the building were on the second and third floor were covered with flames. firefighters say the 12 unit building was fully occupied with 14 adults and six children. when they arrived, some of the people were still inside. they needed help getting out as the thick smoke was making it extremely difficult to see. one woman who was up
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making the halloween costume for work says after hearing the explosion, she started to smell the smoke and could hear people screaming. >> i went to the door. i could see flames dripping down. like a water fall. i just heard a bunch of people screaming. i could smell the smoke. i had to wake up my husband and son who were sleeping and get them out as soon as possible. ray: the fire spread quickly. they credit the fire department for responding quickly. it is close to other structures. they were able to keep it confined to the apartment house. as far as how it started or where it started, invegas gators say it is too soon to say. live in manchester, ray brewer. erin: all right. thank you. the st. paul school graduate convicted of sexually assaulting an underclassman has been
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handed a one-year jail sentence. sean: owen labrie was sentenced to five years of probation. he will have to register as a sex offender. they found him guilty of a felony charge to use a computer as well as three misdemeanor sexual assault charges. the jury acquitted him on three felony charges. a distinction that was important to the judge. >> it seems that the judge was -- he was very certain to make sure everyone knew he was sentencing mr. labrie on the sentences for history was convicted and not the ones he was acquitted. the state's argument was more focused on the defenses for which he was acquitted. sean: appeals could take a year to 18 months. he's allowed to remain free on bail. erin: merrimack police are asking for your help in finding
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shooting a cat. the cat was shot multiple times in the area of waterville drive. the cat returned home limping on october 22nd. he was taken to a vet but had to be put down due to the extent of the injuries. sean: a pelham man is facing charges after crashing his suv. 3939-year-old jared sparks was driving drunk when he slammed into a telephone pole. sparks tried to flee the scene. he was arrested on a charge of di. he is due in court next month. ! a man wanted in florida has been arrested here in new hampshire. jacob howard, 28, is facing 23 counts of credit card fraud. he had a warrant out for his arrest yesterday. howard is scheduled to be arraigned today on a fugitive from justice charge.
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erin: nine people from lebanon are facing drug-related charges this morning. robert tobin, david aspen, and eric therrien are accused of selling heroin. candace allain is accused of selling crack cocaine. the other suspects are accused of a variety of drug related crimes. kevin nile was arrested for setting pecker set, trench is accused of selling oxycodone, kozak is charged with selling msma and brown and martin are charged with conspiracy to sell heroin. sean: a landmark building has been sold to developers who intend to use it as a drug addiction recovery center. the 37,000 square foot building will house hope for new hampshire. the first floor will be a recovery center. the other floors will offer residential
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>> this is a vision that many, many people had for many, many years. it is just finally coming to fruition. sean: the hope is to get the recovery center open within the next few months. erin: next year marks the 100th anniversary of the primary. the a gathering marked the occasion yesterday afternoon. several objects were on display, including antique ballot boxes and the desk owned by the author of a law that created the 1916 primary. a descendant was also there. >> it is an important thing to the state of new hampshire. you know, kids that come to the state house are going to be able to learn about this and why the first in the nation primary is such a historically important thing. erin: the first new hampshire primary was held on march 14th back in 1916.
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from the descendant of grover cleveland? an unsettling situation at a school in massachusetts. a school was evacuated after students fell ill. erin: a new study shows that singing to your newborn crying baby will work better than talking. kevin: a couple of shower
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to make sure every woman in every job gets paid the same... the men who are doing that job. r i'm hillary clinton p and i approve this message. kevin: friday morning. october 30th. there are some clouds diving south. with that, there may be a stray shower early. pretty good breeze out of the northwest through the afternoon. highs much cooler than the milder temperatures we had yesterday. 40's to mid 50's. much more on your weekend forecast coming up. sean: thanks. a new show is launching right here. matter of fact is a half hour long interview and discussion show. this morning the host joins us live from washington to talk about the new show. good morning to you, sir.
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>> good morning, sean. sean: talk about what the viewers can expect. >> we're giving a new look at weekend political talk show. we're going to focus not on the political ping-pong that's often the subject of many of these sunday morning shows. rather we're going to focus on the bigger issues. we'll have big guests that will hopefully say interesting things outside of the talking points. then also a very thoughtful analysis on the issues that are most important to americans. with the goal of giving voters an information tool kit to really be able to engage with the election and in politics in general. sean: can you give us an idea of some of the things you'd like to talk about on the show? >> absolutely. we're going to be focused on certain actionable items. things that many people are home are wander why is washington so dysfunctional. we're going to shine the light on that and be able to feed people the kind of information that perhaps doesn't get covered in normal shows. in other words, trying
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to go deeper than other shows have done and do it in a way that is very approachable, interesting, and as well. sean: there are a lot of political shows. special about this one? >> first and foremost, i think our general editorial approach will be issue-driven as opposed to event-driven. weaver not interested in who had a good thursday in the campaign. we're much more interested in the position that candidates are going to be taking. more over, the analysis will not come from a washington. we'll be bringing -- experts, bringing in people on the street. voters who are going to be articulating their issues. we hope in that way to be able to offer very fresh. sean: all right. thank you very much. live from washington. we'll be airing here on wmur each sunday at 10:20 a.m. starting on november 8th.
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erin: a school in lowell, massachusetts is expected to re-open today after the entire building was evacuated yesterday when dozens of people got sick. cleaning crews stayed late into the night cleaning and sanitizing the middle school. just before noon, they evacuated of school after 60 students got sick. at first officials were concerned carbon monoxide may be to blame. that was not the cause. teachers handed had water to try to ease the nauseous stops. >> my best friend she said she drank the water. you could see in her face she was about to throw up. erin: so many students fell ill that a doctor went to the school to evaluate them. it is still unclear what caused the kids to get so sick. sean: an american airlines
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a man walked in and refused to return to his seat. he made several sometimes that caused alarm. they were able to subdue him until the plane landed. >> we got duct tape and handcuffs. we had to hold the guy in the seat and fasten his seat belt. we said if you get up, we're going to duct tape you together. we diverted to phoenix. we got pushed by the phoenix police when we landed. >> it is extremely scary. the entire plane was nervous. you could feel the energy toward the back. everybody was anxious to see what was going to happen. sean: when the plane did land, they escorted the man off. the flight arrived seven hours late. erin: a new study shows that singing to your crying baby is much more soothing than simply talking to them. researchers at the university of montreal found that singing or playing music will keep the child calm for up to
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nine minutes. the study found that talking calmly will only work for about four minutes. sean: all right. let's talk sports. the patriots took on the dolphins. tom brady has never lost on the thursday in his career. we had a little bit of pressure on him. he wasn't about to end the streak. gronk does the rest right here. going as fast as he can go. he picked up the lock down the field. you have to spike it the at end. second quarter, dolphins backed up. tannehill was not expecting the snap. new england got the safety there. the pats were up 12-0 with less than 30 seconds to go. brady found lewis in the back field. edelman caught two touchdown passes in the second half. the patriots went on to
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erin: the football team is gearing up to host rhode island. james capparell should be the starting quarterback. they lost the last two games. they will be favored to win this one at home. tomorrow's game starts at 1:00. >> now your storm watch 9 forecast. sean: a lot of folks will be heading out tonight and tomorrow night. it is looking like the weather will be cooler. kevin: when you stretch it out, it is more difficult. it will be breezy. tomorrow night could set up perfectly. in. blessing. temperatures up instead of falling off rather quickly during the evening once the sun goes down. expect sunshine today in areas. up north, we have a weak disturbance gliding in. northeastward. along with that, a through the north country this morning.
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into the highest of elevations above four or 5,000 feet. for the rest of us, it is a couple of rain showers. it should give way to partial sunshine into the afternoon as the disturbance rolls by. you'll notice here the air mass behind this coming straight out of central canada. this is going to be cool air. a lot of areas down into the 20's. highs today reach up four or five degrees. we're looking at readings out there by later this afternoon. going into the mid 50's. there will be a good breeze. that breeze into the afternoon will kick up at times over 15-20 miles an hour. it is going to feel cooler than these high temperature readings which will go into the low to mid 50's in southern parts of the state. mid 40's in far northern areas of the state. tonight temperatures back into the teens. 18-34 from north to south. a couple of spots into the upper teens. we start tomorrow cold but with sunshine. we'll add clouds late in the day.
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highs tomorrow mid 40's to lower 50's. with the clouds moving in late in the day, it means the temperatures won't fall off that quickly tomorrow night. it heaven ifs you are going to be out trick or treating. from there, maybe the chance of a shower around sunday morning. maybe in the form of a mixed shower. it will be more clouds than sun for sunday afternoon. we'll start to go back. that will be the beginning of another warming trend. a reinforcing shot come ought of canada. what that means for us is temperatures should be above the average. forecast. for now, an early shower this morning. a blend of sunshine and clouds. it shower breezy and a lot cooler than anything we had yesterday. 15-20 degrees cooler yesterday. temperature. we drop into the 20's. tomorrow with a lighter wind and sunshine to start. we'll see temperatures get back from the mid 40's to lower 50's.
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it should be in the 40's tomorrow night with a light wind and clouds moving in. maybe a stray shower on sunday. temperatures into the afternoon up into the low to mid 50's. you'll notice the 60's for the middle of next week. daylight savings time ending saturday. you want to set the clocks back one hour. your sunset as we were talking about on sunday 4:30. erin: oh, no. that's the only thing that's bad about it. kevin: but the sun is up earlier. erin: in this viewer's choice we asked which restaurants serve up the best french fries. sean: i should have personally researched this. republican in manchester , local in warner, ellacoya in
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investigat updating our top stories. sean: fire officials working to figure out what sparked a fire. : one person who was taken to the hospital to be treated for spoke inhalation. firefighters say it is too soon to say where or how the fire started. several residents said they heard an explosion just before the fire. erin: owen labrie has been sentenced to one year behind bars after being convicted of sexually assaulting a fellow student at the prep school in concord. he will also have to register as a sex offender. labrie is allowed to remain free on bail while he appeals his conviction. sean: merrimack police are asking for your help for finding the person responsible for shooting a cat with a pellet or bb gun. was cat was shot last week, suffered extensive injuries, and had to be
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erin: the c.a. hoitt furniture has been sold to developer who plan to use it as a drug recovery center. it will house hope for new hampshire. it is expected to open within the next few months. sean: we have a traffic alert to franklin. a section of south main street is closed due to a head-on crash. no one was killed. there's no word on how serious the injuries are. traffic is being detoured to old south main street because of this out there in franklin. kevin: clear skies as the sun comes up early this morning. clouds and a passing shower early this morning as far as your trick or treating forecast. come doing it tonight and some tomorrow evening. you'll notice temperatures in the 40's to lower 50's. we'll have a breeze which will start to lighten. tomorrow the clouds move in. it keeps temperatures up a bit and staying in the 40's for the trick or treaters. all in all, fair skies and maybe a stray shower
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early on sunday. the weekend looking very quiet. erin: that's great news. coming up next on "good morning america," they are going to have the latest on the frightening situation we told you about in florida. a plane burst into flames moments before takeoff with more than 100 people on board. it was spotted by another pilot on the tarmac. they have some injuries. thankfully everyone got off of the plane. sean: incredible surveillance video of a biker shoot out. there's a better way to specialized surgery that's right for you: lahey hospital and medical center. cardiac teams pioneering innovative treatments... and neurosurgeons at the
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