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erin: now on "daybreak," police swarm a home hours after making an arrest in connection with a shooting in the queen city. sean: a man arrested in the overdose death has been caught. they found drugs. kevin: rainfall continues to happen this morning. all of the details ahead. erin: a crane toppled on to the house.
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equipment to fail. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: hi there. happy friday to you. thanks for joining us today. sean: good morning. i'm sean mcdonald. you described it as being a horror movie. erin: looks like you were going to shoot with all of the rain. it is perfect. sean: speaking of -- kevin: there were a lot of areas. it continues to wind down. rapid clearing behind that. it is not going to take more than a couple of hours once the rain ends to get the sunshine out in a lot of locations. temperatures are mild this morning. a look at some of the rainfall totals. it doesn't matter which region of the state you were in. there were a lot of folks that wound up near or above an inch of rainfall. you can see it pulling away, leftover in the eastern half of the state in the next hour or two. beyond that, if you are not headed out the door, you probably don't see the rain.
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highs today up into the 50's with the cooler air starting to arrive. much more on the forecast in a bit. let's look at friday morning ride here in a bit. joined by deb davidson. good morning. deb: good morning. crews are still on the scene of the crash on 93 southbound and mile marker 14.2. that is in the londonderry stretch. do stay to the right as you are making your way through the accident scene. 93 north is moving well from the state line up into concord. all major roads in the state right now are traveling a bit below the speed limits. if you are commuting into boston at this time, 93 south is heavy from just south of the state line down into boston. this report is brought to you by autofair. from the wzid traffic network, i'm deb
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>> this is the manchester police department. we have a search warrant for your residence. sean: a dramatic scene. developing this morning, they arrested a man wanted in connection with a deadly shooting in the queen city earlier this month. as you can see, officers searched a home on dartmouth street overnight. erin: this comes more than two weeks afterthe death of michael pittman. ray brewer live with more on the arrest and the investigation. ray: police have not released the man's name, just saying he was a person of interest wanted in connection with the shooting death of michael pittman back on november 3rd. now late yesterday afternoon investigators released a picture of the man that was taken from surveillance video at an area convenience store. he was later taken in to custody. manchester police chief confirming to wmur that he was arrested as part of the police action in the area of dartmouth street. once again his name has
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it is not clear what charges he may be facing. then late last night police swarmed the home at 63 dartmouth street executing a search warrant. they haven't said what if anything that was found inside. they had previously said the killing of pittman was not random. they was shot in the torso outside of his apartment on granite street. he left behind a wife, 2-year-old daughter, and teenager stepdaughter. once again investigators not releasing the name of the man who was arrested nor saying what connection he has with pittman's death. live in manchester, ray brewer, wmur news 9. thanks. manslaughter in vermont new hampshire this officers caught 25-year-old daniel fogg of west townsend, vermont in chesterfield.
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he was arrested earlier this week in chesterfield. he faces several here in new hampshire. manslaughter in vermont in connection with a suspected deadly heroin overdose. erin: we are following some breaking news from west africa. about 20 hostages have now been freed from a hotel in the capitol of mali. however about 150 people are still being held. after ten funman stormed the hotel early this morning with guns and grenades. cnn is reporting that they arrived in a diplomatic vehicle. three people have been killed. the military has the hotel surrounded. meanwhile investigators in paris say they have now found a third body in the apartment that police raided earlier this week. they killed the alleged master mind of the attacks there. abc's kenneth moton is following growing concerns about a possible copy cat attack
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here in the u.s. kenneth: good morning. u.s. counterterrorism officials say they have their eyes on homegrown radicals as they work to prevent an attack. this morning the isis watch continues in the u.s. from coast to coast. the terror group released the third propaganda video, threatening the u.s. promising to turn the white house black with fire. >> we're operating around the clock to uncover and disrupt any plot. kenneth: federal law enforcement agencies are monitoring dozens of radicals in the u.s. as isis pumps out 90,000 social media messages a day. there are terror investigations in every state. 900 total. the goal is to prevent a paris copy cat attack after a deadly weak in france. new cell phone video shows the moment the first female suicide bomber detonated. her cousin? the suspected master
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mind of the attacks, also killed during the raid. >> here at home secretary of defense ash carter says the u.s. is prepared to change the rules of engagement in the fight against isis, saying we will defeat the terror group. kenneth moton were abc news, washington. erin: a teenager who worked as a camp counselor here in new hampshire has been killed in an attack in israel. 18-year-old ezra schwartz was one of five people killed in a series of attacks carried out by palestinians in the area of the west bank. schwartz was studying in israel after graduating from high school in brookline, massachusetts. he also worked as camp yavneh and grew up in sharon, massachusetts. >> my feelings were one of absolute disgust. why this young, vibrant man? why was he cut down at 18 years old? at the time, he was
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kindness. erin: schwartz was planning to return to the camp as a counselor next year. sean: one person is recovering from a broken foot after a crane toppled in merrimack and smashed into a house with people inside. the owner of the healey tree works says the crane hit a septic tank yesterday afternoon on turkey hill road and that a sink hole opened up. a worker cutting a tree was left dangling and had to jump. >> they heard the big bang. the crane -- i can see it. through the window, you know, over the sink. walter, the crane, the crane is right over. sean: the homeowners say they didn't know the septic tank was there. the man who was hurt should be back to work in four to six weeks. the filing period for the new hampshire primary ends today. one more major presidential candidate will get his name on the ballot. ben carson will file his paperwork with the secretary of state at
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noon. several other gop hopefuls are here in the granite state campaigning. chris christie, lindsey graham, and john kasich all have stops planned ahead today. erin: remember the dancer that lost part of her leg? this morning, an airline lost her prosthetic. sean: a reunion years in the making span thousands of miles. how the veteran finally got his dog tags back? erin: ahead at 6:30, a warning for anyone out and about. be ware of needles. the now being taken by first responders. it is 6:10.
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kevin: last of the shower activity in central parts of new hampshire, you get in to western areas of the state and we've had the drying out process begin. eastern areas still with showers. it looks like quick clearing setting up. details on that and the changes that come in for the weekend ahead. not the sunrise that we're used to. a woman that lost part of her leg in the attack is in a new fight with the american airlines. erin: adrienne haslet said they lost her legs and dancing parts worth more than $250,000. american airlines responded saying they are doing what they can to track down the missing bags. you may recall this scene last spring where haslet danced across the marathon finish line. she had just gotten a
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new prosthetic a few months ago. sean: a vietnam veteran has his dog tags in his own hands. don winter-halter lives in brookline. he spent nine months overseas and lost a set of dog tags. a women in vietnam found them in 1987 and held on to them. a couple of years she asked her son-in-law, who lives in vermont, to track down the owner. he recognized them as extras. they listed his wrong blood type. that's how they knew they were his. a wild journey. erin: finally back with its owner. coming up, an incredible show of generosity. >> we talked and negotiated. i bought the toy store. erin: she's not planning to run a business.
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sean: the two hometown heros helped with the state championship soccer team. eric dubois is president and andrew portursta is vice president. watch the patriots game right here. that means "dancing with the stars" moves to me tv new hampshire at 8:00. me tv is carried on many cable systems. you can see the various channels listed on your screen. it is also available over the air. watch the show on demand
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if you missed it. sean: anything else? i think i've checked off all of the boxes. erin: officials in maine are trying to decide where to build a new high speed toll plaza. after years of deate -- debate, it is going to be built. the plan will affect the fewest amount of people. construction is set to begin in 2017. once that project is on the road, the road will be narrowed. woman in new york city says that she donates dozens of toys every year to help needy kids around christmas time. this year she's going above and beyond. she actually noticed a toy and stationary store that had closed, but had a for rent sign in the window. it was still fully stocked. she reached out to the owner and bought all of the goods. that means she's donating thousands of toys, stuffed animals, and boxes of school supplies to city homeless services.
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>> children is always my focus. that's why i realized a lot of foster kids get a lot of used things. i realized that probably a lot of them never had a birthday gift that they actually wanted. erin: the toys have been boxed up. they are going to be distributed in a couple of weeks. carol says she's glad she was able to help out. that is quite a donation. sean: i love the story. the store gets to continue on. kevin: a lot of great stories. we start off with the much needed rain pulling away. a lot of areas picking up over an inch of the needed rainfall. it has been rather dry over the last several months. this is kind of rainfall before the ground freezes for the season not a bad thing. we're going to see it pull away early this morning. for the morning commute and height of the morning commute, the clouds going to some sunshine as the day moves along. the cooler air starts to arrive. looks like give or take
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2:00 or 3:00 from west to east. we'll start to see the cooler air rush in. the fairer skies will be around tomorrow. then the chance of a couple of mixed showers or snow showers early sunday giving way to fair skies. there's a look at it again. large slug of moisture slowly navigating eastward and left over for eastern parts of the state with breaks in the overcast back to the west and true clearing through central parts of new york. all of that headed in the steady direction through the day. that leads us to a westerly breeze and more sunshine. a brighter afternoon than the day we start off with temperatures starting the day in the 40's to lower range of the 50's. not far to go to the mid to upper 50's for southern areas of the state. up north, you'll get into the lower range of the 50's before 2:00 or 3:00 when the cooler air starts. we start off mild in the 40's. you can see we are 10-15 degrees warmer than we were yesterday at this time. this is the last of it though. you can see once that warmth moves through later this morning and we get the clearing skies, the cooler air is not far behind.
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that will start to slide in later on this afternoon into this evening. it will be around through a good part of the weekend. high temperatures today ranging from 48 to 58 from north to south. and again the cooler air starts to work its way in early to mid an out west. for late afternoon in eastern areas. this is what it will look like by lunchtime today. we're looking at clearer skies across a good part of the state and continuing through the remainder of the afternoon. tonight with clear skies and light winds. we drop back into the 20's to near 30 degrees. all the go for tomorrow. then climbing into the 40's with partial sunshine. a clear start to saturday night. clouds will start drifting in. weak system bumping into the cool air by the time we get toward sunday morning. it could mean a couple of mixed showers and maybe even a couple of light snow showers for western and northern areas. once it goes by, we go back to the fairer skies starting sunday afternoon and continuing what looks like for a good part of next week, including the busy travel day and likely
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thanksgiving as well. we're in the 50's out there this afternoon before dropping back into the 20's later on tonight with a light wind and clear skies. extended forecast has partial sunshine around tomorrow. the chance of mixed showers or light snow showers. cooler sunshine prevailing for monday. highs monday in the lower 40's with full sun. sean: all right. monday morning, you might want to bundle up. kevin: looks that way. : police have made an arrest with a deadly shooting on november 3rd. late yesterday afternoon the attorneys general office released a surveillance photo of a man. hours later, he was taken into custody. then late last night, the police executed a search warrant at 63 dartmouth street. they are not saying what, if anything, they found. sean: a vermont man charged in connection is due in court in new hampshire this morning.
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several charges here in the granite state. he has been arrested twice in the last week. a teenager who worked as a camp counselor in north wood has been killed in an attack in israel. ezra schwartz was one of several killed. erin: coming up next, home at last, maggie hassan hosted a celebration at the state house yesterday with dozens of special
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erin: governor maggie hassan has proclaimed this to be adoption awareness month. she was joined by special guests. sean: the 122 children adopted this last year. including the cyr family
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from bedford which grew from four children to six. >> open your hearts. there are children who are in need of home and love. love multiplies. sean: it sure does. maggie hassan awarded a citation to the home at last segment which features children looking for adoptive families. jean mackin and mary page provost accepted the attorney. they are the team behind home at last. they do a lot of great work. if you haven't seen the pieces, they have wonderful pieces of work. erin: the response they get is just amazing. we thank you. coming up, we're going to lend a helping can. a radio drive is underway this morning. dunkin's new sweet black pepper bacon sandwich,
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: good morning to you on this friday, november 20th. we're waking up to a little bit of drizzle and rain. we're going to be heading to the grocery store to get everything that they need for thanksgiving. thanksgiving weather is looking pretty nice. sean: it is looking good. kevin will talk forecast in a moment. manchester police made an arrest in connection with a deadly shooting earlier this month. officials in rochester are issues a city wide health alert as more and more needles are found in public places. and a non-profit organization has filed a lawsuit against northern pass, saying the project application is improperly trying to
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land that the group owns. kevin: 36 on top of mt. washington. they are going to drop below freezing rather quickly. the cooling effect they get eventually is felt by the rest of us later on this afternoon. ahead of that as the rain pulls away, temperatures which start off on the mild side hold in the 50's. up north we go in the lower 50's. cooler highs in the 40's for the weekend. we'll talk about the one system we're tracking over the weekend coming up. erin: we saw the rain moving on out. we want to check the roads for you right now. here's a live look at 93 and windham. you are going to face some wet roads due to all of the rain that has fallen. erin: for a look at the morning drive, joined live by deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning, kevin and erin. the wet roads are slowing things down in the state of new hampshire. it is also the cause of the crash on 93 south in londonderry at mile marker 14.2.
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it is still blocking the left lane. they are asking you to the stay to the right to get through that scene and avoid the congestion as much as possible. 293 and the everett turnpike is below the speed limit. it is moving well. again due to the wet roads and reduced visibility. if you are commuting into boston right now, 93 south is a tough ride. lots of congestion from the state line all the way in to boston and route three south is very heavy in lowell by the 495 connector. this report is being brought to you by autofair. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: police have made an arrest in connection with a deadly shooting in manchester. erin: michael pittman was shot and killed on november 3rd. nick willard, police chief of manchester, said they took a man in to custody last night. ray: the arrest in the case came a few hours after the honor
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generals office released surveillance photos of a man they wanted to talk to. now at this point authorities are not releasing the name of the man who was taken in what, if any charges, that he might face. the photos were taken at a convenience store near the scene of the shooting shortly before police say the suspect was arrested outside of a home on dartmouth street. hours later, officers house. >> residents of 63 tappas street. this is the manchester police department. we have a search warrant for your residence. ray: now the officers broke out some windows and busted down the door. after going inside the home, they came back out with a pit pull. the victim in the shooting, 37-year-old michael pittman left behind a wife,
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teenager stepdaughter. he died from a gunshot wound to the torso. police say the shooting was not random. once again they have not released the name of the man who was taken into custody nor said what, if any, charges he will face in connection with the shooting. reporting live in manchester, ray brewer, w00r news 9. >> erin: we continue to follow breaking news out of mali. at least 150 people are being held hostage by ten gunman at the raddison hotel in mali's capitol. officials say at least three people have been killed. 20 hostages were released about a half an hour ago. it is not clear why they were freed. we have more details on the breaking situation coming up in a live report from the washington bureau. sean: back here at home, a health alert has been issued. officials say they are finding more and more needles in public places. that's causing a serious public health threat. first responders in
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rochester say they are getting calls several times a week from people finding needles in locations all over the city. they are now putting these things, sharps every police cruiser. they are encouraging the they see a syringe. >> most of the time it is in the side of the street. so children could be out playing in these areas and neighborhoods. >> things like hepatitis and hiv could be passed along to some innocent individual. >> we join in the police department to come up with the way to dispose of the needles. sean: this is just the latest move that rochester has taken. rochester police officers were the first in the state to meet all of the requirements to be able to carry and administer narcan, the overdose drug. erin: a rochester mother charged in connection with an overdose death of her teenager daughter was back in court yesterday. a judge will decide if there's enough evidence to hold charges up
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a rochester police detective testified she knew her daughter, 17-year-old eve tarmey, was getting heroin from her boyfriend. he testified that've was in the room when three adults shot up. jazzmyn believed her boyfriend was going to give eve heroin as well. >> did she say anything about why she wouldn't want to be in the room at this point? >> she didn't want to see it. she was the mother. she had made a motion, it was like a curtain. she didn't want to see it. erin: the defense argues because the mother doesn't in the room, she had nothing to do with her daughter's deadly overdose. sean: the society for the protection of new hampshire forest has taken its fight to court. a non-profit organization filed a lawsuit yesterday in coos superior court. its concern that some of the transmission lines would cross through land owned by the society. it has not given eversource permission to use it. >> in order for that to
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be permitted, they need control of the site. they don't have our permission to build their facility through our washburn family forest and through the frontage that we own under the connecticut river. we're filing the site evaluation committee can't make the determination about property rights. the place that gets to determine in the superior court. sean: eversource released a statement calling the lawsuit irresponsible. they say it is confident it meets the state law. new report shows the increase in the you remember of veterans and homeless families. according to the department of housing, veteran homelessness increased 9.5% between 2011 and may 2015. family homelessness rose 3.4%. on a more positive note, chronic homelessness dropped by about 21%. erin: in the spirit of giving
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lend a helping can radio auction is underway. one in nine people in the state are food insecure. this feeds people all across the state. they are on the air from now until 7:00 encouraging listeners to help out. >> we've got everything from concert tickets to boston pops packages to an entire suite for the jason aldean show. scotty has no shirt on back behind the camera. this is what i tale with every day. this is my life. it is just two days of trying to do the right thing for people here in new hampshire. erin: for more information on how to get involved, go to morning buzz. sean: perhaps somebody can donate a shirt for scotty. middle school players are sporting new kicks thanks to the generosity of a fellow player. the players got brand new shoes and new socks as well. the donation was organized by merrimack high school senior, zachary kerr. he host a youtube
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>> a bunch of family friends and a bunch of people that support the user channel donated for the project. >> they are really comfortable. nice and padded. sean: zachary kerr hopes to start a campaign very shortly to raise money to buy more basketball shoes for the girls team. the sneakers aren't cheap. great donation for the team there. erin: it is. good for him. sean: coming up, a major toy company has come out with a product that's meant to keep you company. a new robotic cat. date. it says they tend to eat much more food in the company of a lady. kevin: last of the rainfall moving through this morning. the cooler air in time for the weekend.
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kevin: friday morning, november 20th. quick clearing behind that setting up a much brighter afternoon. temperatures which start off warm in the 40's to lower 50's nudge up before the cooler air arrives later on this afternoon. the details and what that means for the your
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weekend forecast coming up. sean: let's get back to the breaking news out of mali. a group of gunman is holding at least 150 people hostage after attacking a hotel. at least three people have been killed. let's get right to nikole killion. we understand that president obama has been briefed on this ongoing situation. nikole: that's right. they said that president obama was briefed by his national security advisor, susan rice, by the situation. the u.s. and french embassies have alerted its citizens to shelter in place. ten gunman stormed a adson hotel this morning. they shouted god is great in arabic and opened fire on guard. the assailants are armed holding 100 guests and employees hostage. among those who were trapped although the military commander has said 20 hostages have been free while several others managed to
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escape, sean. sean: i know this is all unfolding. what other advice are we getting? what should people do if they have loved ones in that part of the world? nikole: the u.s. embassy has been tweeting out updates. in addition to the shelter in place order, it is telling citizens to contact their families as well as to heed the advice of local media and authorities on the ground. sean: thank you. erin: police in massachusetts have made an arrest in armory in wooster. james walker morales is expected to face a judge today. he was arrested in may on sexual assault charges. he was wearing a monitoring bracelet when he broke in to the armory on saturday night. 16 weapons were stolen. there's no word on whether they were recovered. authorities say bloodstains found inside the armory matched morales' dna.
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jared towing -- fogle, has been sentenced to 15 years in prison. he was charged with crossing state lines to pay for sex with minors. he was ordered to pay $1.4 million in restitution to 14 different victims. a new study found that men tend to eat double the amount of food when on a date with a lady. overeating is a show of prowess. men ate 86% more salad in the company of women. as for the ladies, women dates. but still felt like they overate after the whole thing was said and done. i continue to show my prowess at every meal. ladies are usually talking more. finish. they don't want to appear -- you know, like peggy. sean: you need to show prowess too.
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the broths bruins played the tenth home game. erin: each team scored two goals in the second. loui erikkson ended up with a hat trick. the browns went on to win 4-3. harrison ford made the day for several fans. sean: check this out. he surprised by donating to the charity omaze and talking to fans on skype. >> is that a picture of your boyfriend? lady, you can do so much better. >> oh my gosh! >> well, hello, han solo. aren't you the handsome one? sean: he needs to switch to comedies, i think. this is good stuff. after surprising the fans, he announced that omaze is holding a contest.
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the los angeles or london premier. the contest ends december 4th. the movie will be in that's rights december 18th. you donate a little. erin: like $10. you get a chance to do something amazing. sean: get yourself in there. good luck. if you have cats but if you can't have one of your own or if you can't -- a robotic cat. erin: the toy company's joy for all companion pet acts like a feline. the robotic animal purrs when you pet it. you can feel the vibrations. it also meows and cuddles up to you. sean: or bite or scratch or wake you up at 4:00 in the morning. erin: it is recommended between the ages of five and 105. it costs $99 each. sean: you know who is sweating
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right now? my cat crash. you could be replaced by a much more tame robot. kevin: that would be an interesting. erin: save on vet bills and food. sean: i picture my cat with a hobo stick. kevin: the 15 minutes where they meet each other, that could be classic television. erin: i'm not sure if the robot could survive. kevin: probably not. not with the way he treats sean. we start off with the clouds. those should be giving way to sunshine. it is going to be a much anything we start with. a lot of areas over an inch of rainfall out of the system that made its way through during the evening and overnight hours. you can see the back edge moving across eastern parts of the state and moving rather quickly. behind that, a few breaks in the overcast clearing will be rotating through. again you get beyond this morning. looks like sunshine for the remainder of the day. really no rain chances
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for us out there through the day tomorrow. the cooler air wins out. that starts to arrive 2:00, 3:00, or 4:00. we'll start to note that later today. there's the window of time as the rainfall leaves before the cooler air gets here that temperatures may go up a few more degrees from the milder levels that we were at this morning. a lot of areas in the mid 50's in southern parts of the state. upper 40's back to the west. even there you should be up into the lower 50's. lakes region lower to mid 50's. we start out either side of 40 likely getting into the upper 40's later on this afternoon. i think a good deal of sunshine past 9:00 or 10:00 this morning. those clearer skies eventually later tonight will allow temperatures to drop back into the 20's just about statewide. notice as that rain pulls away, we jump up by a couple of extra degrees only to fall off quickly. 20's for most maybe near the freezing mark. blend of sunshine and clouds tomorrow. temperatures up into the
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40's about 40 to 48. then after a clear start to the evening, clouds later saturday night. it is a fairly weak disturbance with most of the moisture. just enough and arriving early sunday that it could kick off a couple southern and south eastern areas and maybe an hour or two of light snow showers for western sunday morning. big area of high pressure settles in. looks like monday, tuesday, likely for the busy travel day on thanksgiving, partly to mostly sunny skies. especially if you have several days off. things are looking better for us. 50's today. back to 40's tomorrow. then trying to slowly climb our way back through the 40's with lows in the 20's each morning early next week. yesterday was s.t.e.m. day. hayley and i were there. s.t.e.m. stands g
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science, technology, engineering, and math. a big thank you to them. there's hayley with the presentation. we had a lot of fun. it is great to talk to other folks in the science industry as well for us. it is not only a learning opportunity for the students, but us as well. sean: get them excited about it. erin: moving on, the new hampshire motor subway, you know this, the gift of lights, it starts tonight. more than 60 holiday scenes spanning over two miles are going to be lit up. including the popular tunnel of lights. you can check out the gift of lights from 4:30 until 9:00 p.m. for more information, head to sean: jump in the car and bring the kids. always fun to go to that. the 64th annual magic christmas parade is being held tomorrow. the parade begins at 9:30 a.m. on hazen drive in concord. here's some file video. it will travel allock the road to the mall. kevin skarupa and hayley lapoint will be in the parade. they are asked to avoid the area until the event is over. we're already cranking
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up the holiday season. erin: it has started. sean: we asked which wineries the best. erin: number five, hermit woods; four, flag hill; three, cooper beech winery; two, white mountain, and the number one winery according to the viewers: sweet baby vineyard. i think people would be surprised to know how many wineries are here. sean: right now 6:52. still to come, a final check on your top stories, including a developing story in manchester. police say they've made
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sean: it is now 6:55. updating the top stories. sean: manchester police have made an arrest in connection with the deadly shooting on the west side. here's ray brewer. ray: that arrest came hours after the attorney generals office released surveillance photos taken from a local convenience store. police have not released the man's name nor said anything about what
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police executed a search warrant shortly after that arrest. erin: a vermont man charged in connection with a deadly drug overdose is due in court in new hampshire this morning. daniel fogg also faces several drug charges. he has been arrested twice in chesterfield in the last week. sean: a sink hole is being blamed for causing a crane to topple on to a house. the operator suffered a broken foot when he was forced to jump to safety. kevin: wet start to the day. the rainfall continues to wind down. the clearing skies through eastern parts of new york move in setting up what should be a much brighter afternoon. highs in the 50's. cooler air arrives later today. we're back into the 40's for the weekend. partly sunny tomorrow and maybe a couple of mixed showers or snow showers sunday morning. beyond that, it looks like a big area of high pressure in time for the travel day and likely thanksgiving as well. erin: that's great news for travelers. coming up, the latest on
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we've been following for you all morning long out of mali. dozens of people are being held hostage by a group of gunman at a motion in mali's capitol. three people with been killed. some hostages were morning. sean: the u.s. embassy sweeting out the u.s. has been asked to shelter in place. they are encouraging private u.s. citizens to contact their families. erin: and new videos from the
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