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tt4w`tiy %t," iztq +!h tt4w`tiy %t," jntq 9q( tt4w`tiy %t," lzt& !> all i heard was someone screaming to call 911. i ran inside to call them. erin: now on daybreak, neighbors say they heard several gunshots on manchester' s west side. s office are investigating. gatsas has one another term may not be over just yet. today. we will get changes for tomorrow futurecast ahead. erin: marijuana supporters were watching ohio closely, but voters rejected a plan to legalize recreational and medical pot. that could have ripple effects
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across the country. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 daybreak. erin: good morning. i' m erin fehlau. we have had some great weather out there. kevin: it has been beautiful. sean: it turns out all week is going to be like that. kevin: we go through friday with temperatures near 70 degrees. we start off with some fog in a few areas. we are expecting a good deal of sunshine into the afternoon. a huge ridge of high pressure extends down through texas. we have two or three more days of the uncommonly mild temperatures. highs ranging from the upper 50' s to low-end mid 60' s. much more on exactly how long it lasts with the front coming through with your forecast. let' s take a look at your morning ride. we are joined live by 95.7 wzid'
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deb: good wednesday morning, kevin. if you are commuting on 93 northbound, any to keep you up-to-date on the traffic on exit 12 north. that offramp is closed for construction and you are going to be detoured onto exit 12 s. traffic has been backing up there for the last couple of days. we are looking good through the hooksett tolls. as you make your way down to salem, we are not seeing any delays. 293 looks good as you make your way through the mill yard. 101, 1 hundred 11, and the spalding, and 95 are up to speed. if you are commuting into the boston area, 93 south, we are seeing pocket of high congestion all the way down to exit 30. this report is being brought to you by peter' s honda, nissan, and kia of nashua. from the wzid traffic network, i' m deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: thank you. developing in manchester this
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morning, police and the state attorney general' s office are investigating a shooting on granite street area sean: our cameras were there soon after neighbors reported hearing gunshots. ray brewer joins us live near the scene. police are not saying much at this point, are they? ray: that' s correct. police are not saying anything about what might have transpired here on granite street. at one point, we had six police cruisers here at the scene. now just the to remain behind me. it was not very long before police rushed up 472 grand street after witnesses reported hearing several gunshots. police blocked off granite night gathering information. the state attorney general' office is leading the not been released about what happened. >> i was on my porch about a block away and i heard about five or six gunshots.
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>> i was in my house with my two kids and all of a sudden i heard like six gunshots right in a row , no stopping, and that was pretty much it until the sirens started going. it was loud. ray: investigators with the attorney general' s office say they hope to release more information later this morning, but it is unclear if or when that might happen. reporting live in manchester, ray brewer. erin: an autopsy is planned for a body found in a fire in swanzey. fire marshal' s office says the owner of the home had died on monday, the day before the fire and the body was still inside. that name has not been released.
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sean: ted gatsas has won a s largest city. top democrats expect a recount victory. gases speed democratic democratic challenger joyce craig by 75 votes. with high voter turnout, both campaigns were watching closely. craig is not conceding just yet. >> i will be making a decision over the next few days how we are going to proceed. >> i' m very humbled by the people in manchester sending me back for another two years. sean: 10 cities health mayoral elections yesterday. in concord, incumbent jim bouley easily won another term, taking 86% of the vote.
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in dover, mayor karen weston is returning for another term. for complete results from the races, go to we have posted all of the information we have received. erin: presidential candidates can officially file for the primary election in new hampshire. at least two are not wasting any time. martin o' malley is scheduled to file at 8:00 this morning. donald trump will file at 10:00. you can watch live on every time one of the candidates files. several others are in new hampshire today to campaign. jeb bush, marco rubio and lindsey graham all have multiple stops scheduled. sean: exeter police are investigating the third deadly community this year. 21-year-old jordan welch died at
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with the serious drug issue facing our state, the executive council will vote on governor maggie hassan' s request that lawmakers return to congress to focus on the heroin and opioid crisis in a special session. she wants to put criminal penalties for the sale of the painkiller fentanyl on the same money for statewide drug courts. erin: one of the most-watched votes in the country yesterday was in ohio, where voters overwhelmingly rejected a proposal that would have legalized medical and recreational marijuana at the same time. reid binion takes a look at what this vote means for the rest of the country. >> this was the first step to legalization. we are not going away. reid: the end james of the group responsible ohio does not have to go away, but his group' s plan to legalize marijuana has to go back to the drawing board.
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ohio voters rejected tuesday a measure called issue 3. the first ballot measure in u.s. history aimed at simultaneously legalizing medical and wreck regional marijuana -- recreational marijuana. issue 3 had issues of its own. ten to be precise. 10 being the number of predetermined farms that would have gotten exclusive commercial growing rights for a period of four years. advocacy groups slammed the plan as an attempt to profit by into the law. >> issue three was designed and built to garner massive and exclusive profits for a small group of south --wealthy investors. reid: those included investors like net lachey. while nick lachey and his
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co-investors will have to wait to cash income of the same issue will be on ballots in state next year. sean: still to come, another -- a local mother is going to new heights to help fight a rare disease on her sons behalf. that took her all the way to mount everest. erin: coaching it -- poaching is a serious issue. sean: a baby has been born following this serious crash in manchester that sent his catch holiday-cookie cheer on the tip of your tongue with dunkin' donuts' holiday- cookie-flavored coffees, lattes, and macchiatos.
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temperatures ranging from the mid-30' s to the mid-40' s and climbing into the mid-60' s by the afternoon. a big change arrives in time for the weekend. sean: a local mother is back home after heading all the way to mount everest for her son. erin: tonya dreher set out to raise awareness and funding for duchenne muscular dystrophy. her 10-year-old son is living with the progressive disease. she end a team of people touched by the disease tracks nine days to reach the everest base camp. they carried a flag with the names of more than 700 children impacted by the disease. >> saying their name sellout makes it that much more real that we have gone there for them. specially saying my own son' s name. erin: the group raised $50,000 for research. for more information about the
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hoped-for gusts foundation, head to our website. sean: hunting season is underway, but game wardens are cracking down on poachers thanks to robotic deer decoys. most of the decoys look like white tailed deer and some have motors inside, allowing them to move and appear more realistic. there installed in areas where wardens get complaints. they have done things like this in new hampshire. be careful. erin: coming up, several people removed from a flight in l.a. after a seat was double booked, but some passengers say this was racially motivated. sean: also, a beautiful site has returned to the skies over new hampshire.
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i thought southern new hampshire university was only online. but then i visited and saw that there was this amazing campus, with a great campus culture. the community was just amazing, i really feel like this is my family. i've made so many friends here, friends that i know i'll have for life. i have everything i need to succeed right here. there's always something happening here. this is such a fun place to be. everybody really loves what they're doing here.
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erin: we are following breaking news from south sudan where a cargo plane crashed just after takeoff, killing 25 people. some of the victims are children and wreckage from the plane is strewn along the nile river. two survivors were pulled from the wreckage. it is not clear why the charter plane went down. several people were escorted off an airplane in los angeles after they claimed it was because a were black. spirit airlines said a man got upset because his seat was double booked and they offered he and his girlfriend seats on the same flight, but he got unruly. five other passengers were also removed for protesting and were all given hotel vouchers and booked on another flight. spirit is investigating to see if there was any discrimination. sean: five years of past since 33 miners were rescued from a collapsed mine in chile, but nine of them are suing their
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them out of royalties for the movie about their 69-day ordeal and they say the rights for the film were sold without their approval. their attorneys deny the claims. erin: honda says it will no longer use airbags made by takata because of safety concerns and allegations that the company manipulated test data. problems with the defective airbags are already linked to a deaths. the announcement came as u.s. regulators slapped takata with a $70 million fine for how it handled the recall. kevin: the weather is starting to turn a little bit colder. sean: that means it is time for a welcome for these visitors from the arctic. the new hampshire audubon society says there have been two sightings of snowy apples --
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d think they are arriving thinking, wait a minute, it is november, right? kevin: that water temperature out at hampton beach is that 52 degrees, so i don' t not that is going to feel like the arctic quite yet. sean: we are getting there. kevin: getting there. it is slow, stubborn, but we are getting there. beautiful sunrise in portsmouth early on. what is striking about the first portion of this month' s this month is known as the cloudiest month of the year on averages and we have not seen much of that. we will have a more clouds then sunday and then we will go right back to the sunshine for the weekend through a good part of next week. we are fairly uncommon through the month of november. the difference to that has been north of the white mountains where there are some extra clouds up in that direction, but nothing that should slow you down for this morning commute.
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you will notice the clouds that really aren' t moving west to east right now. they are getting shoved northward into canada. drew brees doubt of cooler air over the weekend, they start to build in -- after a brief bout of cooler air and -- over the weekend, they start to build in. there is that surge of warmth underneath that ridge of high pressure and that all heads in our direction thanks to a southwesterly wind over the next couple of days. today, temperatures in most locations are open to the s. we are going to expect. china for the southern half of the state with partly sunny skies in the north. from there, clear skies tonight, the 30'
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tomorrow, we will call it partly sunny. maybe a little bit of drizzle around on friday. west. our only true chance of rain is later in the day on friday. we get the on that we will have rich tries to build back in. temperature starting in the 30' to lower 40' s. we continue to be way above the averages. that continues through the end of the work week. more clouds and sun for friday. once that goes by, we turn breezy friday night. only in the 40' s on sunday before we turn the corner again on monday and tuesday. erin: i'
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m going to enjoy this weather for the next few days. kevin: my feet are kicked up knowing what is eventually coming down the line. erin: and you are off this weekend. we start off with ray brewer in manchester. ray: police officers remain on the scene were neighbors report heasing several gunshots on tuesday night. police rushing to the area on granite street after witnesses reported hearing those gunshots. the state attorney general' s office is also involved with the investigation. erin: it appears that ted gatsas has won a fourth term as mayor of manchester. top democrats expect there will be a recount. the executive council will vote today on maggie hassan' s request that lawmakers return to concord for a special legislative
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session to focus on the heroin and opioid crisis. the governor has proposed a series of measures to address the issue. sean: coming up, location, location, location. parking in boston can be a
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t erin: an incredible scrapbook of drawings done by walt disney when he was a teenager is going up for auction. sean: it contains 13 different cartoon characters drawn at least 10 years before he created mickey mouse. there are two rodent characters while he was serving as a red cross ambulance driver at the end of world war i. 10 lots of disney items are being sold later this month in new york. can you imagine the disney fans who would love to get their hands on this material?
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erin: parking is a premium down in boston. it seems the cost is just going up. sean: a single spot in the brimmer street garage on beacon hill is up for sale for $650,000 and that does not include the monthly fees. the last spot for sale sold for $390,000. the garage as heated and there is valet parking. i assume you would need that with those lips. -- lifts. i guess you could park on the street and do quarters, do the math. erin: some people have a lot of money. coming up, the bruins lost to chris kelly for the season. winter conditions happen the way
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 daybreak. erin: good morning to you on this wednesday. what a beautiful shot of the sunrise! let' s just kind of sit on that for a while. i could just watch the sun,. it is gorgeous out there. 37 degrees. we are looking at mild temperatures for today. sean: a beautiful week. keep the short sandy. kevin will talk about that. let' s get to our top stories. we are following a developing story out of manchester. police and the attorney general' s office are investigating a shooting on the city' s west side. the results are in from tuesday' s municipal elections.
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mayor ted gatsas won another term by a narrow margin. the father of a woman injured in a crash says his daughter delivered her baby seven weeks early. erin: we are in for some great weather the next three days. kevin: temperatures are way above averages for this time of year. temperatures in the 30' s to lower ranges of the 40' s. a much lighter wind as temperatures climb from the upper 50' s in the north country too low and mid 60' s. erin: would you want to check the roads. here is a live look at 93 from our common man cam in windham. kevin: we' re joined live by 95.7 wzid' s deb davidson. good morning. deb: good morning kevin and erin. the sunrise is going to because in sun glare in the derry and londonderry area. give yourself some extra time
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if you are commuting through 293 , we are not seeing delays through the mill yard. things look good around exit six on the southbound side. the everett turnpike is up to speed through the bedford tolls and the lane drop. 101 and 11 are looking good -- 111 are looking good. traffic is building up around boston. from the wzid traffic network, i' m deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: thanks. an investigation is underway into a shooting in manchester. erin: the shots were fired or 6:30 last night on the city' s west side. was anyone hurt in this, ray? ray: at this point, we don' t know. investigators are not saying whether or not anyone was injured. witnesses do tell us they heard at least a half dozen gunshots
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fired in the area of granite street. police rushed to the scene of a shooting on granite street around 6:30 on tuesday night after witnesses heard several gunshots. >> on my porch about a block away and i suddenly heard about five or six gunshots. pretty intense. >> i was in my house with my two kids and all of a sudden i heard like six gunshots right in a row. no stopping. that was pretty much it until all the sirens started going. it was loud. >> i was freaking out. i told them, let' s go inside. i don' t want to get shot. let' s go inside. ray: the focus of the investigation seems to be in an alley between two buildings on granite street, not far from bar street. people living in the area are now on edge and looking for answers. >> not the most upscale t want happening next door. >> all of this stuff happening
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>> i feel like lately it is starting to go downhill. i feel like a lot of people are moving in that are not good people. s office says it might be able to this morning. we will keep you posted if we get new details. erin: most of the results are s municipal elections. republican incumbent mayor ted gatsas won the election in manchester over his democratic challenger joyce craig by a very narrow margin. he won by only 75 votes. top democrats expect a recount. the city of nashua elected a mayor who held the position back s. votes.
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the new mayor says he is ready to make changes in the gate city. >> the city budget needs to be proposed quickly. we have a harrowing public health emergency in the city. those are two things that need to be taken on right away. erin: voter turnout was about 30%. in keene, kendall lane was reelected by about 200 votes. in rochester, carolyn mccarley won the election. you can see more election results, including aldermen and city council races by heading to our website, sean: a pregnant woman injured in a serious crash in manchester as delivered her baby. the surveillance video you are about to see is graphic. the crash happened yesterday morning. you can see their car collided with another vehicle before
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the driver, dennis, was thrown from the car. britney was pregnant at the time. after the accident, her baby was delivered seven weeks early by c-section. >> we are just thanking the stars that all three survived. dennis must' ve been knocked out for a minute. i know that britney is saying she remembered everything. she remembered flipping over and the car landing upside down and then he crawled his way over to her to see if she was ok. sean: he believes the car was caught between two drivers who were racing. police have not said if any charges will be filed. erin: a driver in salem narrowly escaped injury after crashing a car into a hair salon. the accident happened shortly afternoon yesterday. the car slammed into the front
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officials say the crash caused minimal structural damage. sean: another bottle of math has been discovered -- meth has been discovered in franklin on the north rail trail. about two weeks ago, a man stumbled on some other bottles of mass -- meth. erin: an $8 million project will focus on new construction and renovating a new -- part of the structure in laconia. they will also focus on training and helping inmates not relapse. t trained how to make good decisions. the programming that goes on here teaches life skills and decision-making.
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erin: completion is scheduled for the fall of 2017. sean: coming up, a reminder to think before you ink. you will hear from the artist who gave one mets fan a world series champs tattoo before the series even started. erin: we are kicking off a new series called "what the winter weather?" we will take a look at how snow, hail, and freezing rain forms in the sky. kevin: before that winter
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kevin: a live look out of hampton beach. another beautiful sunrise. 43 degrees. that is one of our warmer spots. a lot of mid-30' s to lower 40' s. eventually going into the low and mid 60' s today. we keep the milder air around. we will tell you how long that forecast coming up. erin: we are following breaking news out of south sudan. sean: officials say at least 25 people were killed and a cargo plane crash early this morning. the russian-made plane went down
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shortly after takeoff near the international airport in the capital of juba. erin: a georgia prisoner who escaped while being transferred between jails is back behind bars. jim edward lowry was recaptured late last night after a massive manhunt that lasted more than 10 hours. he is awaiting trial for allegedly killing a georgia sheriff back in june. he was in a patrol car when he managed to get his leg shackles off, use them to break the window, and disappeared into the woods. deputies later found his double lock and cuffs still intact. he was captured without incident. is facing charges after stop. there was no shooting. uniform shirt. sean: arkansas state police arrested a 50-year-old officer a false report. police say he admitted to lying
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about being shot during a traffic stop 10 days earlier. he allegedly shot himself and staged a crime scene. he told investigators the shot grazed his bullet-proof vest and deflected off a pen. erin: 18 from worcester, massachusetts is being held after he tried to run down an officer. 19-year-old conor davis yelled at workers in a drive-through. when an officer pulled up, davis backed into his cruiser and allegedly drove toward him. the officer fired two shots into davis' s car, but he kept driving forward, hitting the officer in the leg and foot. the air you are breathing is likely making you dumber if you work in an office. the study said that stuffy office air can diminish your brainpower by more than half unless it is kept environmentally clean. researchers say offices 10 to have poor ventilation, high
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levels of carbon dioxide, and volatile chemical compounds that can diminish brainpower. sean: are you saying i should be working less? it was a tough night for the boston bruins as they hosted the dallas stars at the td garden. chris kelly went down with a leg injury and had to be helped off the ice. the bruins announced he had a left femur fracture and he will be out for approximately 6-8 months. former bruin tyler seguin fired a wrister through traffic. he gave the stars a 1-0 lead. he went on to score two more goals in the game and the stars won 5-3. erin: nascar has suspended matt kenseth for two races for intentionally wrecking joey logano' s car over the weekend. he deliberately ran him into the wall. the crashes allegedly payback for logano wrecking kenseth three races ago. sean: can'
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t we just talk things out? the annual granite state baseball dinner is being held at the radisson expo center in manchester. joining chris carpenter this year is a stellar cast of ballplayers including jackie bradley jr. from the red sox, current blue jay chris collobello. erin: a look at the sea of blue. the royals and their fans celebrated their world series victory with a parade through kansas city yesterday. it is being called one of the biggest rates the city has ever thrown. this is their first championship in 30 years. the royals also won the world series in 1985. sean: here is a guy who was not at that celebration. a diehard mets fan has a permanent reminder of his team' s loss in the world series. josh davis jumped the gun and got a world series champs tattoo before the series even began.
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the artist couldn' t even talk them out of getting the infamous ink. >> it>> is a risk you run, but the way he came in, it is all good. it is all good. we have all kinds of ways to cover it up if he wanted to. >> i think it is a cool experience. i' m looking at the positive aspects and i don' t regret it at all. sean: i' ve got to love his attitude. erin: saving face. sean: a positive attitude. [laughter] sean: he said it does not symbolize defeat, but represents his dedication to his favorite team. if they win next year, which could happen -- erin: make it into a six. sean: just a little stuff there. erin: maybe he is just changing history. [laughter] sean: no one will know 20 years in the future. we are enjoying some warmer than normal far temperatures. winter is not too far off. erin: this month, hayley lapoint is answering some of the most common questions in our new
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hayley: we get all types of wintry precipitation falling from the sky in new hampshire. most of us will see each type of the wintry weather this season. sometimes even in one storm, depending on the temperatures. the temperature is what dictates everything and it is not just the temperature at the ground. it is also the temperature up in the sky. here is how certain types of precipitation happen. we are going to start with rain. rain happens when the air in the clouds and at the ground are above freezing. the ground are different from each other that we get nasty mixing. for freezing rain, when that happens, you get rain droplets that fall into a shallow layer of cold air near the ground and then it can freeze upon contact with the ground, leaving a coating of glaze. sleep is frozen precipitation that falls as ice pellets. ice pellets occur when snowflakes melt into raindrops
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as they passed drew a thin layer of warmer air. the raindrops than re-freeze into particles of ice, which then fall onto a layer of subfreezing air near the ground. ok. let' s talk about snow. it happens when the air in both the clouds and at the ground are below freezing. hale never falls in winter. hale only falls out of warm season thunderstorms. there is a big difference in how hail forms compared to these types of precipitation. that is this week' s "what the winter weather?" send us your questions to or facebook us. i' m meteorologist hayley lapoint. sean: snow not forming out there this morning, though. kevin: i think hayley for doing that. whenever anyone has a question, i can just send them a clip of that video. depending on the various types of precipitation, when we get to that point, we just say wintry
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mix for coverage. [laughter] kevin: it could be rain, snow, several versions in between. that is just what we go with for simplicity' s sake. we start off with another beautiful sunrise and another gorgeous day for this time of year. we go through the afternoon with temperatures up in the low and mid 60' s. partial sunshine further north. later, wind. there is not much of a breeze, only in the area of the lakes. big ridge of high pressure in control. you will notice the clouds heading northward and eastward through canada. this bubble of high pressure in control of our weather protects us for the next three or four days. later friday, a front moves through, cooler air moves through, but that is fairly temporary and for the weekend itself. as you get further north, we see a few more 30'
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we also have a few clouds in this direction, but that should give way to partial sunshine in the afternoon. highs today in the low and mid 60' s. eventually, we drop back into the 30' s to lower 40' s with light wind later on tonight. today, full sunshine for most. tomorrow, partly sunny skies. as the wind starts to turn more southwesterly, we will see the temperatures warm up. tomorrow, it will be 60' s statewide. low cloudiness develops on thursday night. more clouds and sun on friday. once it goes by, the wind except on saturday. highs will be kept down into the 40' s. highs on sunday not out of the 40' s in a lot of locations. that will be with a breeze to go along with it. low and mid 60' s for most today
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with a breeze. overnight, we will see the fog start to play out in several areas before going to partial sunshine tomorrow. we are mile through friday. we warm-up early next week. a huge hello to the fourth graders at the lincoln street exeter. take a look at some of these projects where they said they would like to be a meteorologist. some mention make up, others have pictures of me involved. lincoln street school is one of my favorite stops every year. a huge thank you for the invite. some of these are very geeky pictures of me, which are very impressive. [laughter] kevin: i like that one. that is me. i have a great time going back there every year. not only a t-shirt, but -- erin: some chocolate. kevin: yes, some local chocolate from exeter. erin: i don' all that yourself.
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this is going to be something we work out here at the anchor desk. one for me, 3, 4, 5 for you. [laughter] kevin: is that how it works? sean: seattle' s iconic gum wall is getting the scrub down. the wall bill between -- will be cleaned next week for the first time in 20 years. the work is expected to take a few days. there is likely more than one million gum wants on the wall right now. once the wall is cleaned, people can resume sticking their gum to it. [laughter] erin: who gets that job? here is what you were going to be doing today. cleaning the walls of the gum wall. sean: you know that is going to be a story out there. where the gum is going. gum memories. erin: that is absolutely disgusting. sean: sticky situation. [laughter] erin: still ahead, a final check
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including erin: updating our top stories. general' investigating a shooting in manchester. here is ray brewer.
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ray: you can see police remain street. authorities are not releasing any information about what might have happened here. witnesses say they heard about a half dozen gunshots tuesday night at around 6:30. officers rushed to the area blocking off the street for several hours. erin: the results are in from tuesday' s municipal elections. s mayor ted gatsas very narrow margin, just 75 votes. sean: an autopsy is scheduled on a body found at a home in swanzey after the home caught fire. the owner died on monday, the day before the fire. the body was still inside. erin: the father of a pregnant woman seriously injured in a crash in manchester says his daughter, britney d bodwin, delivered the baby seven weeks early by c-section.
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kevin: we start off with sunshine. if you are not contending with mid-30' a lighter been done sunshine into the afternoon. we keep the warmer temperatures around all the way through the end of the week. cooler air rushes in. erin: coming up next on "good morning america," they will have the latest on the breaking news out of south sudan. at least 25 were killed this
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