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erin: now on "daybreak," on high alert. concerns are growing about more terror attacks both in europe and in the u.s. security is tight. kevin: with clearing skies this morning comes a chilly breeze for the day. we'll look ahead for the weather for your busy travel day and your holiday weekend coming up. sean: get your skis and snow boards ready. several local ski areas are firing up and hope to open this week. >> they have done so much for the community. erin: friends are remembering two people killed in a head-on crash over the weekend.
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in the community. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: good morning to you. thanks for joining us on this monday. i'm erin fehlau. sean: good morning. i'm san mcdonald. i can't believe i'm saying this again. we're at thanksgiving week. it is like you blinked an eye. kevin: temperatures in the 30's. the breeze today is going to have a certain chill through the afternoon. we had a storm system move just off shore overnight. it skipped across south eastern areas. temperatures in the 30's and clears skies. it is going to feel cooler in south eastern spots. we'll look a string of sunny days and when that winds down coming up. we're joined live by deb davidson. good morning, deb.
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deb: good morning, kevin. right now if you are starting your early morning commute, 93 is looking good in both directions. making your way from north of the notch down to the hooksett tolls from concord in to salem. 293 is moving well through the mill yard and even at lane shifts between exits five and the everett turnpike. 101, 111, and the spaulding are all up to speed and moving well. if you are commuting in to boston, all major roads in the state of massachusetts are up to speed and incident free. this report is brought to you by peter's honda, nissan, and kia of nashua. i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: thanks. with the nights getting colder, the local ski areas are firing up the snow guns. trails will be open soon. erin: that includes loon mountain in lincoln. snow was flying through much of the weekend. ray brewer more on the preparation on the slopes.
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slopes and not on the roads. breton woods hopes to open on tuesday. loon plans to open at the slopes on wednesday. at loon about a dozen people fired up the snow tabuns overthe weekend making the snow on 11 trails working from the top down. their targeted opening was a little later than last year. mid november is still fairly normal for loon to have enough snow. it takes a lot of work to get everything ready. >> we've been preparing ifer this season since we shut down the system at the end of last season. there's literally nine months of may maintenance and preparation for this weekend. >> temperatures are forecasted to be cold and great. yeah. we're all looking forward to wednesday. that's what we plan on. ray: now it is not clear how many trails will be open when the ski resort opens. that all depends on the weather. several ski areas in new hampshire hope to open by the end of next weekend.
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brewer, wmur news 9. erin: the city of brussels is on high alert amid concerns that groups allied with isis may be planning a terror attack there. several people were weekend. hundreds are troops are patrolling the streets. with the holiday week underway here in the u.s., security is being stepped up wherever crowds gather. >> american cities on edge. every loud noise. >> in atlanta, police saying they received information about a threat against this pro-wrestling event over the weekend. nothing happening here. americans alert and caution more than a week aft paris terror attacks. even on flights. the southwest airlines plane diverted because of suspicion on passengers. >> they are looking for the softer that have lots of people but difficult to secure. reporter: n.y.p.d.
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officers swarming the station with guns draw during an active grill. >> these exercises are vitally necessary. in new york city we're prepared. reporter: and in europe for the third day in a row brussels the small capitol and home to nato terror warning. >> christmas tree. armored vehicle. that's not normal. reporter: cinemas and schools closed. the man hunt growing for saleh. he went to belgium following the attack. he's not among the 16 people detained in 22 raids on sunday. back in france, the government now extending a state of emergency for three months. today the french president meets with david cameron. later he will be to try
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obama and russia's president against isis. stephanie ramos, abc news, washington. erin: a man who worked in a camp counselor was laid to rest after he was killed in a terror attack in israel. 1,000 people turned out schwartz. he was killed last week delivering food. they will remember schwartz for his faith, devotion to his family, and his smile. >> i'm more frustrated than mad than upset. he has his whole life ahead of him. from him. they just took it away from him. he had so much more to give. erin: schwartz had been studying in israel. he worked at camp yavneh in northwood. he planned to return next year. sean: firefighters tried to destroy dozens of animals.
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shelter from paxton just outside of wooster was enbuffed. they were able to save five dogs, but seven others died along with 30 cats. it is not clear how the fire started. donations and supplies are pouring in. two dogs died sunday a bedroom. they were called yesterday afternoon. no people were hurt. there's smoke damage throughout the home. the fire chief says the fire was accidental. erin: we're learning new details about two well known people killed in a crash saturday night in antrim. 76-year-old janet withington and 63-year-old james bouchard were beloved and can never be replaced. jim was always ready to help anyone. janet was a dedicated, compassionate nurse. >> jim was one of the kindest guys i know. whether it was an old
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person or someone who -- i'll just just -- he would do many things for people. >> she didn't have a mean bone in her body. she was so caring about everybody, co-workers, especially her patients. erin: several people gathered to remember the couple. saturday's head-on crash remains under investigation. neither drugs nor alcohol appear to be factors. a boston man accused of master minding a scheme known as cat fishing is due in court today. rakeen austin made fake dating profiles to lure people. he targeted eight people since october. they think there are more victims. sean: a new abc news "washington post" poll shows bernie sanders gaining ground in the race. the vermont senator gained nine points after vice president joe biden announced he will not run. hillary clinton still holds a sizable lead. sanders has gained 13
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month. not much as changed on the republican side. couldn't trump remains the front runner with 32% followed by ben carson at 22%. terrorism is now one of the most important issues in the race. a third of those surveyed say the economy is the top issue. second. the poll was conducted just days after the attacks in paris. 75% of people polled say they are closely following the campaigns. that's the highest level of attention at this point in the presidential race since 1987. we're about two and a half months from the new hampshire primary. closing in. erin: coming up. still ahead, putting food on the table. local high school students are pitching in to help dozens of families this thanksgiving. sean: are you planning to cook on thursday? we have some important safety reminders for you. erin: ahead at 5:30 this morning, we are going to tell you about a local glass blower. you can even learn how
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kevin: monday morning, november 23rd. temperatures in the upper range of the 30's this morning. there had been a few rain showers overnight. looking at quick clearing this morning setting up a bright and brisk afternoon. the cooler air around for the first half of the week before he start turning milder again. details on the busy travel day and thanksgiving coming up. sean: efforts to help everyone have a delicious meal are kicking in to high gear. erin: volunteers yesterday put together all of the ingredients for more than 60 dinners. each of those meals will go to a family in need in the local community. >> we help out year round. we have a student pantry. they can get free snacks, school supplies, food to take home if
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they need it. at thanksgiving, we get to take care of the whole family. erin: most of the donations came from students at spaulding. a local church put together 16 of the baskets. >> thanksgiving means spending time with family. there are more house fires on thanksgiving than any other day of the year. the vast majority are the result of cooking. officials say if you are cooking, wear short or tight fitting sleeves. make sure to set a timer on your turkey and keep your oven and cooking surfaces clean as well. you tend to be a little bit distracted on turkey day. keep an eye on the hot stove. erin: i had no idea it was such a busy day for firefighters. 5:13. coming up as you are making your christmas shopping list, be ware there are a few things that could be extremely hard to find. sean: the odds were in their favor. it's been her fight for twenty something is wrong with our
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erin: two groups of people opened fire on each other last night in a playground in new orleans. 14-year-old girl. it is not clear how serious the injuries are. witnesses say the gunman ran off before officers arrived. hundreds of people gathered to take part in or watch a music video production at the time. police think the shooting may have been gang related. one of only four northern white rhinos left in the world pasted away. nola, a 41-year-old female, died after battling several health problems. the other other northern white rhinos are in a closely guarded preserve in kenya. they hope to use white rhinos as surrogate mothers to produce a calf within 15 years. sean: "the hunger games" back on
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it was easily the top movie with $101 million. debut. it is well below the first weekend of "mocking jay: part i." "spectre" was a distant second followed by "the peanuts movie." erin: apple says the pencil stylist and smart keyboard are both sold out. there's a four to five week waiting period. you can buy them on e-mail. with the demand, they are going for as much as $650. there's also a possible lego shortage. only in europe. sales were up 18%. production is struggling to keep up with all of the demand. there's now a black market for the plastic bricks. [laughter] erin: good news. it appears that u.s. retailers should have
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enough to meet the demand through the holidays. if there's a shortage, they can come to our houses and get a few -- hundred. sean: i know a guy out back. he can get you some legos. keep it out of the down kevin: legos. black market. let that settle in. erin: they are expensive. the kits are like $100. kevin: i'm not going to try to explain the world. sean: i can find a guy that can get you some legos. kevin: clearing skies brisk. temperatures holding in the 30's to 40's. feeling much cooler. we have a northwesterly breeze already going this morning over 20 miles an hour. teens to lower 20's overnight. looks like it is going to be chilly for tuesday and wednesday. a good deal of sunshine and good travel weather as well. we aren't expecting any storm systems to arrive until later on friday.
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front for thanksgiving and for friday as well. you'll notice the last of the higher and mid level clouds continuing to make their way out of new hampshire along with the light shower that is were around in south earn areas during the evening hours. cooler air tries to arrive. clouded over with the lake effect snow machine going in some areas down northwesterly breeze that's going this morning back out to the west. you'll notice temperatures are in the 30's. we have the breeze to two along with it. wind chills down in the to -- 20's. wind chill in mt. washington 16. breeze. stained. 10-15 miles an hour. some occasional gusts. if you are outdoored, you want to dress for that. air will be around tonight, tomorrow, and tomorrow evening. then a moderating trend back to the west starts to make its way in. for today, highs in the 30's to near 40 degrees with wind chills in the 20's through the afternoon.
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it sets up partly to mostly sunny skies into the afternoon. clear skies tonight. as the wind lightens, we drop back into the lower teens to lower 20's in south eastern areas. a good deal of sunshine. 30's to lower 40's. a lighter breeze tomorrow. then with the clear skies again, teens and 20's tomorrow night before getting back from the lower 30's to low iv's for highs. partly sunny on wednesday. looks like in to thursday, winds start to turn. that's going to allow temperatures to get back into the 30's to lower range of the 40's. looks like we peek on friday. we are going to be waiting outdoors, it looks like the weather is going to be fairly mild for that. temperatures in the 40's for overnight lows with the warmest of the days looking to be friday itself before a cool front arrives. we hover around in the 30's today. wind chill down in the 20's. overnight tonight, we
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drop back in the teens and 20's. the extended forecast shows temperatures warming each of the next friday with temperatures up into the 50's. time for the weekend. either side of 40 by the time we get toward sunday. sean: wow. all right. going to be nice for the holiday. kevin: just the one rain chance. sean: we can play some football on thursday. several local ski areas hope to open for business. including loon mountain where crews fired up the snow guns and started covering a dozen trails. this is a few days later than last year. friends and neighbors gathered to remember a couple from hillsborough who died in the head-on crash sat night. janet withington and james bouchard were very well known around town. and a man who worked as a camp counselor in northwood has been laid to rest.
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18-year-old ezrachart -- ezra schwartz was killed in a terror attack in israel while delivering food. erin: he can fly. former daredevil it's called a rigged economy, and this is how it works. most new wealth flows to the top 1%. it's a system held in place by corrupt politics where wall street banks and billionaires buy elections. my campaign is powered by over
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sean: it is that time of year. many store fronts are showing off the special holiday protects. for macy's that includes pets. erin: this is the 29th year that macy's has featured cats and dogs from a local shelter in their holiday window. the displays are temperature controlled and have plenty of food and water for the animals. all the animals are ready to be adopted. sean: i assume a lot of people go home with an animal.
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sean: former navy seal is setting records as a daredevil in a wing suit. erin: the world class sky diverrer jumped for more than 37,000 feet. he managed to fly more than 18 and a quarter miles, breaking the world record by half a mile. it is part of the mission to raise $1 million for the navy s.e.a.l. support program. he served ten tours of duty in iraq and afghanistan. sean: we need to get you in one of those. you have a need for speed. just like tom cruz. erin: i'm not a navy s.e.a.l. sean: coming up, another reason to make sure your kids eat a healthy breakfast. it could help them get better grades. erin: good news for football team. they made the playoffs and even get a host a
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we to. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: good morning. thanks for joining us today. we hope huh a great weekend. we're waking up to temperatures in the 30's. we're expecting sunshine today. sean: a little chilly over the next couple of days. thanksgiving looking mild. let's get to the top stories right now. manchester police are on the lookout for an armed robber that held up a store on somerville street last night. a massachusetts woman accused of kidnapping and assaulting a child she used to babysit is expected to make a court appearance today. ski areas across the to open. bretton woods is planning to open this week.
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were eyeing a snowstorm. this year not the case. kevin: a near miss. several inches of snow with a storm system that missed. just a couple hundred miles away from us. it is not far out of the realm of possibility. temperatures in the low to mid 30's. breeze today continuing to dry things out. clearing skies and a good deal of sunshine. wind chill in the 20's. erin: we want to check the roads on 93 this morning. they had a sign that was flashing watch for wildlife. kevin: wow. erin: watch for wildlife this morning on 93. this is the windham stretch by the common man. kevin: they are not talking about the other drivers. we're joined live by deb davidson. good monday morning, deb. deb: good morning, kevin and erin. most morning you are watching out for the other drivers. right now it looks great. 93 is moving well with no delays. from the north of the notch down in to concord.
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293 is moving well with no problems at the lane shift from exit five down to the everett turnpike. the exit four does remain closed for construction and detours are in place. 93 is a good ride. if you are starting your morning commute heading in to boston, all major roads are up to speed and incident free. all reports brought to you by peter's honda. sean: all right. thanks. skiers and snow boarders will be able to soon hit the slopes high in new hampshire. erin: snow guns running at loon mountains. ray brewer live in the studio with a look at how loon is preparing for the opening day. ray: they are working hard to get the mountain ready. if all goes according to plan, some trails could be open as soon as wednesday. the compressors were fired up over the weekend. the crew of about a dozen began making snow
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saturday. >> the air compressors are compressing the air at 90p.s.i. we have a large water system. ray: sunday night they focused on 11 trails beginning at the elevations. >> we've been preparing since we shut down the system the end of the last season. there's nine months of maintenance and the preparation for this weekend. >> we've got new hampshire's most powerful snow making system. temperatures are getting consistently cold now. ray: the mountain will open slightly later, they are excited to kick off the winter season. they hope to have another successful year. >> it feels great. standing out here. you can see your breath. everybody gets that that chill in the air. it really gets you excited. sean: loon mountain is not the only ski area. bretton woods plans to
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open tomorrow. cranmore and cannon mountain set to open on friday. pats peak is scheduled to open on december 5th. you can check out when other ski areas are planning to open for the season by heading to skinew in the studio, ray brewer. sean: thanks. already here. manchester police asking for your help in tracking down an armed robber. the man seen here held up the corner market around 8:30. the robber appeared to be armed with a knife or box cutter when he demanded cash. the suspect took off after gets money. the robber is described as a white man, possibility in his 20's. he was wearing a black ski mask, white sweatshirt, and gray gloves with black tips. erin: a woman accused of kidnapping a little girl is scheduled to face a judge today. lyndon albers was released from the hospital yesterday. her parents reported her missing early friday
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morning. lyndon's former babysitter, 21-year-old abigail hanna, broke into the family's home in hamilton, massachusetts and kidnapped the girl. hours later someone was heading to work when they found the girl naked. >> they didn't know it was a girl. they thought it was a boy. they didn't know until they started putting the pieces together. erin: abigail hanna is scheduled to be arraigned on kidnapping and assault and battery on a child. sean: plenty of people will be doing holiday shopping online. rochester police say they take several reports of people having packages stolen right from their door steps. they say you can help prevent this by requesting a signature on your deliveries, signing up for an e-mail alert that will notify you, or choosing an alternative place, like work, for your packages to be delivered to.
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erin: donald trump is igniting another media fire storm with a comment that he made on abc yesterday, calling in to this week with george stephanopoulos. the real estate mogul refused to run out a third party. this comes after he signed a pledge. he says he has to be treated fairly by the republican party. local supporters say by not ruling out a run, he's merely guarding against internal party attacks. >> he didn't say he would. there. because he was asked. he can use that on a club on rnc not to start playing dirty politics. erin: supporters say they don't believe trump will have to launch the third party run, because they expect he will be the republican nominee. lindsey graham is planning to make stops
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in hillsborough, keene, and rindge, and martin o'malley has events planned in bedford, rindge, and exeter. sean: operate operation warm is a campaign to provide new coats. each coat cost $34. in 2014, new hampshire identified 34,000 children living in poverty. if you'd like to give a gift of warmth to a less fortunate child in your area, head to a coat can go a long way in the winter time. erin: more intensive to eat a healthy morning meal. eating a good breakfast may help you get better grades. sean: it is a great way for people to express their key tift. we'll take you to a local glass blowing kevin: increasing sunshine today. does it stay sunny through a good part of
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approve this message. kevin: starting off monday morning with clearing skies. there's going to be a pretty good breeze today. highs today in the 30's. feeling more like the 20's. coming with a good deal of sunshine.
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area of high pressure settling in for the next several days. details looking through thanksgiving and beyond coming up. sean: now to the latest on the paris attacks. french and british leaders are stepping up their efforts to defeat isis. this comes a day before france's president travels to meet with president obama. ny cell killion live to tell us more about what the leaders are saying this morning. good morning, nikole. nikole: good morning, sean. france and the uk are pledges to increase their counterterrorism cooperation as britain airstrikes. >> we are going to intensify our strikes. we're going to choose targets who make as much damage as possible. nikole: the meeting between president hollande and british
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cameron comes. hollande comes to the white house tomorrow to meet with president obama. his strategy is coming under fire on capitol hill. many u.s. cities beefing up their security ahead of the thanksgiving holiday. the head of the homeland security says there's no specific or credible about paris-style attack here in the u.s. sean: let's stay on the theme. we have the holidays approaching. what else is being done in terms of security? nikole: jay johnson encouraging people to go usual. his biggest concerns are potential copy cats and homegrown extremist. he says that his agencies is in touch intelligence. not only in europe but elsewhere. sean? sean: all right. live in washington. thank you. erin: the death toll from a devastating landslide in myanmar continuing to climb.
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in saturday's landslide. they are still pulling bodies out of the rubble. more than 100 people remain missing. a slide happened near the jade mine. sean: police in new york have recovered some of the weapons stolen from an armory. the spokesperson says a homeland man was collecting bottles and cans when he discovered a trash bag with three of the stolen guns. a man was arrested wednesday night and charged with stealing 16 weapons from that armory. erin: new research shows that eating breakfast is not only good for your health, it can help improve the grades. public health experts found that students who eat a healthy breakfast are twice as likely to get a above average assessment score. eating unalethia teems like sweets or potato chips had no positive impact. the study is drawing evidence that what people eat affects how
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well they do in school. sean: turns now to sports, they crowned the champion in miami. jeff gordon was competing against kyle busch, kevin harvick, and martin truex jr. the number 18 left no doubt by winning the race. kyle busch completed the big time comeback. he earned his way into the chase on points. he now has his first sprint cup title. kevin harvick second, truex was 12th. erin: on to the hard court. the celtics took on brooklyn. the nets ended up winning. celtics will play at home tomorrow. sean: the wildcats received one of the 14 at large bids to the national tournament. u.n.h. beat maine on saturday to end the regular season with four
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consecutive wins improving to 7-4. new hampshire will host colgate in the first round on saturday, november 28th at cowell stadium. erin: dozens of people turned out in hanover yesterday for the turkey trot fun run. it features a 10k and fun run for kids. the upper valley running club collected more than 100 sneakers for recycling. sean: looks like a nice day for running. we have been featuring local products made here. erin: we head to show you a family business that allows the public to get in on the fun. terrapin glassblowing studio is located off of route 202. the family business was launched in december, 2011. >> they were looking for some place to do more glass blowing. there was no place local. we decided to create our own glass blowing studio.
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phenomenon experience in blowing glass. erin: dominque and her helper took some type to show us how they create one of the more popular pieces. they do everything from hand from blowing out the glass, torching it, and in the process that timing is everything. >> you get the holes or cracks. you have to start over. erin: not only does terrapin make and teach glass blowing, they bring in other local artists. >> so far we have the glass working and frame working, felting, blacksmithing, mixed media. so it is really great. it is really exciting. erin: one of the more special pieces are unique custom memorials. >> once somebody has been cremated, they send us a little bit of ashes. i can put them in memorials. it might help them with
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their grief or their loss and give them something beautiful and special to remember their loved ones by. erin: the ashes can be used to make orbs, urns, and jewelry. terrapin is offering people a chance to make their own ornaments. the cost is $25. you must sign up ahead of time. right now the only item people can order off of the web site are the memorials. you can always call if there's something in particular that you are interested in getting. more nor information, visit they give us a few of the things they have created, including their piggy bank, which is really cute. sean: we went up there for "chronicle" and got to try this. this is a very neat thing. look at the neat ornament. very unique. erin: we're decorating our laptops here. kevin: tis the season. these are beautiful. i have a feeling that i would just mess
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something like this up. sean: no. it is pretty easy to do. i mean -- the basic stuff. kevin: in my case, it is almost foolproof. is that what you are saying? surgeries one step at a time. kevin: they are beautiful. we start off with the clearing skies. it sets up a bright and brisk day for us out there. a lot of sunshine. a northwesterly wind feeding in. cooler air out of canada. the wind today gusting over 15-20 miles an hour through the afternoon. you can see the storm system that skipped across with a couple of rain showers during the evening and overnight hours. it is long gone and shoving away. that that means behind is clearing skies. a lot of what you are seeing here is a lake effect. temperatures starting off early this morning in the mid to upper 30's in southern areas of the state. it doesn't quite feel like that with the breeze that we have out there. we're either side of the freezing mark in the monadnock region and in the lakes region this horning. upper valley dropping into the upper range of the 20's. we're down into the 20's.
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we should see temperatures recover to either side of 30 in to the afternoon. coming along with that breeze out of the northwest. highs today upper 30's to near 40 feeling more like the upper 20's. probably take off about ten degrees from the that's a reasonable expectation for your wind chill readings if you are going to be of time. you are going to want to dress for that. even through the afternoon, the breeze going before lightening up. does to temperatures later on this evening after the clearer skies and the lighter breeze. we drop back into the teens up north to lower to mid 20's in southern areas. likely a couple of notches cooler than this tomorrow night after highs tomorrow with a lighter breeze going in the 30's to near 40 degrees. after that colder start for us on wednesday morning, looks like a blend of sunshine and clouds. busy travel day looks good not only here but across everyone in new england down to the mid atlantic state ifs you are going in that direction. from there, winds as
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turn more southerly and southwesterly. you'll also notice back to the west, not much going on down through continuing all the way to the pacific northwest system. until sometime later friday evening. we go all the way through the week with a moderating air mass. eventually temperatures up into the 50's just about statewide by the time we get toward friday. as far as today is concerned, temperatures will be tolding in the mid and upper 30's to near 40 degrees before eventually dropping tonight in to the upper teens and lower and mid 20's with the wind much lighter tomorrow. it will feel all of the 30's to lower range of the 40's. you'll notice each of the next several days, we have warming temperatures. by the time we get toward friday, winds out of the southwest. then a front coming through friday night. there could be a couple of rain showers by the time we get there. that will mean temperatures starting the day in the 30's to lower 50's and starting to fall through the afternoon leading us to colder temperatures for
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the first half of next week. no major storm systems with anything as far as heavy rain or accumulating snow over the next seven to ten days. things looking fairly quiet. it is really nice for the busy travel day on wednesday for thanksgiving, shoppers on friday morning looks mild. winner, inner, chicken dinner. sean: we'll take it. kevin: forecast looking very nice. sean: patriots host the bills tonight. watch the game right here on kickoff at 8:30. "dancing with the stars" moves to me-tv new hampshire at 8:00. me-tv is carried on many cable systems. the channels are listed on the green. you can also find it 9.2. the show will be available on demand tomorrow at as well. erin: the new hampshire school nurses association is now accepting nominations for school nurse of the year. in order to be eligible, your school nurse must have been practicing for a minimum of three years
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and must be a member of the school nurse association this year and the priority. the deadline for nominations is february 1st. to download a forum, head to sean: i'm sure there are plenty to choose from. look at big winners from last night's american music awards. shots. they are spending sometime outside before weather. submit your pictures and
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>> you are watching wmur "news 9 daybreak" with erin fehlau, sean mcdonald, and meteorologist kevin skarupa. now news 9 continues. sean: a lucky selector is the new owner of tony soprano's cadillac escalade.
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there are $119,000. the model has a resale value of $8,000. the escalade bears of the significant of james juan -- gandefini. erin: one direction got the top awarted last night. the band won artist of the year for the section year in a row. taylor swift won song of the year. kevin: ariana grande won favorite pop artist. sean: one d is one of the
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kevin: can't wait until they come back. sean: if you are a fan of legos, you may want to start shopping. ray: a sign the seasons are changing. we'll take you to new hampshire mountain where they are getting ready and firing up the snow guns. erin: a heart wrenching situation. cats and dogged were killed in an overnight fire at an animal shelter. nikole: i'm nikole killion with the news they are taking to combat the t dunkin's new sweet black pepper bacon sandwich, with double the slices of caramelized crispy pepper bacon. it's the bacon experience you've been waiting for. bacon up.
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