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a.j.: now on news 9, bright and mild for shoppers today, but a return to
cooler temperatures is coming. the changes you' ll feel tomorrow. shelley: warm temperatures made for an enjoyable black friday. we take a look at the difference between today and one year ago. >> this whole bag is full of clothes for my son. shelley: holiday shoppers headed out in manchester to take advantage of black friday sales. how some people made out. and salem police growing some extra scruff to show support for an officer training for the boston marathon in memory of his mother. >> wmur
shelley: it was a beautiful black friday here in the granite state. temperatures in some parts were in the low 60' s. good evening, i' m
shelley walcott. but this warm weather won' t be sticking around for long. let' s head over to meteorologist aj burnett for a look at the forecast. a.j.: big changes coming this way starting overnight and tomorrow. some of those are already showing up. we have some scattered showers moving up through lake champlain. the clouds are increasing. i will show you that line of showers extending down through buffalo, new york, and towards cincinnati. those showers are heading this way. behind the showers, a lot cooler. look take a look at things. through the overnight, a couple scattered showers. i will summarize what you can play and on for tomorrow. you want to get the code out again. the forecast in a few minutes. shelley: today' s warm weather made a pleasant afternoon for people who were out and about. wmur'
s suzanne roantree caught up with a few in portsmouth a thumbs up kind of day, even if mother nature did snuff out one outdoor activity. >> we are out enjoying the 60 degree temperatures but that' s a far cry from a year ago. the 2014 thanksgiving day storm was for the record books. nearly a foot of snow dumped on parts of new hampshire. temperatures near 32 and utility crews tried to restore power to more than 200,000. fast-forward a year later and quite a bit different story. temperatures soared into the low 60' s. shoppers at the sidewalks, many arriving on motorcycles. children were in their strollers, mothers and their exercise. none of them had to be bundled up. >> it is comfortable. >> you wear shorts all year round?
>> can you remember the last time the day after thanksgiving was this one? >> it was a long time ago. [laughter] >> it' s been almost 40 years since granite stater' s have seen temperatures this high on the day after thanksgiving. the last time was in 1976. over the years, the average temperature for this date was 44. business owners say the warm weather helped the foot traffic downtown. >> usually they' re not coming in until lunchtime but i think this difference. >> over at strawbery banke, the news wasn' t as good. ve been yet frozen and warm temperatures. >> while folks were not able to skate today, they are crossing their fingers that they will be able to start the ice skating
lessons tuesday. shelley: thank you. the unseasonably warm weather meant shoppers could leave their coats in the car when they hit the local shopping malls for black friday deals. wmur' s amy coveno spent the morning at the mall of new hampshire where the doors officially opened at 6:00 a.m. but some stores were open hours earlier than that. >> what a difference a year makes. a year ago, we were digging out thousands didn' t have power. this year, you don' t need your code and the weather is bringing out shoppers in droves. close for my son. i spent $30. so, lots of savings. >> with the help of shoppers, we uncovered the new big thing for this holiday season. >> a moopopper .
>> electronics are always big sellers. one lines at best buy proved that tradition is holding strong. flatscreen tvs, a hot seller. the general manager says the mall of new hampshire was busy last year but different. >> last year, a lot of people didn' t have power over thinking about their homes where today it' s 60 degrees and beautiful, a great day to get out and travel. >> manchester mayor spreading the love this black friday, which is the theme for the mall. the warm cookie initiative started six years ago. the mayor and his elves deliver over 500 cookies to weary shoppers starting at 8:00 a.m. >> it started with an idea of the mall. on thanksgiving. we came over on black friday and
>> no weather delay for santa time. ' until 10:00. santa will be here until 8:30. shelley: thank you. some seacoast businesses took part in plaid friday today. plaid friday is a bit different than black friday. it was started to celebrate the unique and creative businesses that add diversity to the shopping experience and many shops had their plaid on today. >> promoting small businesses, doorbuster crowd. this is my one plaid shirt. bringing out. this instead of the craziness. shelley: business owners in downtown portsmouth say more people were out shopping earlier the weather. the new hampshire spca in stratham cashed in on the frenzy of black friday.
throughout the day people wanting to adopt an animal could pick their price on all adult animals and there was special deals on kittens. last years event placed 40 animals in homes for the holidays. organizers hope that this year , many animals will be adopted. >> so far, it' s been mostly kittens, cats, dog. we also have a lot of birds and other small animals. whatever you are looking for. shelley: if you didn' t get a chance to stop into their black friday event, many more animals will be available for adoption. you can find out more on our website, wmur.com. nashua will be adding extra police for this weekend' s winter holiday stroll. more than 30,000 people are expected to head to downtown nashua for the annual event. city officials say an additional 20 officers will be added to patrols compared to previous years. the holiday stroll starts at 5:00 tomorrow night at city hall. for a complete list of road
wmur.com. still to come on tonight' s news 9 at 6:00, four officers and several people injured in colorado. now police are searching for the shooter in a shooting near a planned parenthood. and the christmas season has arrived in new hampshire. we take you to the annual tree lighting outside the statehouse. a.j.: temperatures running way above normal today, but it' s back to reality tomorrow. i' m tracking showers that usher in our next chill. marathon in memory of his mother. we jeb bush: here's the truth you will not hear from our president: we are at war it is the struggle the fate of the free world. the united states in leading a
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shelley: a suspect in a police standoff in shooting in colorado is now in custody. police said the gunman was involved in multiple shootings parenthood this afternoon. nine people were taken to nearby hospitals, including water officers. the police have not -- four officers. police have not that how many civilians were hurt or if they know if the gunman had any connection to planned parenthood. hundreds blocked entrances to stores in chicago' s high end shopping district to bring attention to the police shooting of a black teenager. demonstrators are demanding the resignation of the police commissioner for a federal investigation into his department. some protesters were chanting "16 shots, 16 shots," which was the number of times laquan
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shelley: the tree outside the state house lit up about an hour ago. it has more than 1500 lights. hundreds of people came out for the tree lighting celebration. families enjoyed food, music, a petting zoo and horse drawn wagon rides. even santa claus came out for the fun. >> this is a community event. just to bring us all together. there is no such thing as west for everybody. off with a fireworks display. a.j.: sure didn' t feel like christmas is 28 days away. concord today, only three was set over 100 years ago. this is pretty nice stuff.
we will get closer to that number over the next couple days. 59 degrees right now and concord. we still have that wind coming from the south
and southwest, which means we will stay mild for most of the overnight. 60 in whitefield. it stays mild until about midnight or even after that and receiving. a lot of cloud cover but no rainfall just yet. there is rain close by and we are tracking it from montreal toward watertown and west from there. cloud cover for now. i will expect these showers to comment after midnight or so. check out the temperatures right now. 60, lebanon.
you see the changes for buffalo where it' s 46. check out them one -- check out iowa. 24 there. you know that are some changes coming this way. the cold air is coming behind this slow-moving cold front that will bloom into tomorrow morning. manchester down through salem maybe waking up to some scattered showers in the morning. they may stick around for the better part of the morning. not as dry as it was today. we see the chilly air arriving and sunshine from north to south developing. i plan on it being mostly cloudy over central and southern new hampshire through most of the day tomorrow. we get another batch of cold here sunday and temperatures for
sunday and monday morning are going to be chilly. tonight, cloudy skies. 45 down to the south. his southwesterly wind. anywhere. temperatures staying in the 40' s and a couple isolated 30' s. it is looking like we are dealing with some brighter skies by sunday. turning colder as well. a few scattered showers but not until tuesday night into wednesday. some of that may be in the form of light snow into the mountain areas. it should change over to rain. shelley: we don' t mind a little snow. >> a great boston marathon
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and throw it away. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. jamie: the boston bruins were shopping for something new today, a 5-game winning streak, which would be a first for this season. the b' s hosted the ny rangers. pick it up 2-1 ny in the 2nd. on the power play, brett connolly picks his spot and
in the 3rd, the rangers retake the lead, also a power play. this one went off the post and in for jt miller, assist to one-time unh recruit keith yandle. it was getting late for the bruins in the 3rd, but ryan spooner saves the day, scores from the right side on the pp, 5 to tie the game at 3-3 and the b' s used that momentum to win it, a shot by david kraychee goes off a ranger and into the net. make it 5 straight wins. bruins take it 4-3. salem police officers are looking a bit rough after not shaving this month. its all to support the boston marathon cause of one of their own, officer joey defeudis. he is training for his first marathon in memory of the woman he calls his best friend, his mother. >> everything kind of came in the form of a tidal wave. my mother was tagged most with a form of leukemia.
it was six months of the most intense highs and lows you can imagine. i have three choices. i could sit there and feel sorry for myself. i/o my mother more so in her memory i decided to jump in the fight against cancer. i want to raise money and be someone who makes a difference. we have been allowed to grow our beards and november. we were able to raise another chunk of the money that way. healthily i am the straw that breaks the camel' s back and through the efforts of everyone else raising money, i would like to see a cure for this. i would like to see nobody have to go through this. i am constantly thinking about her. i over my life, where i am at today.
running the marathon is the very least i can do. jamie: how much do you love that officer? if you would like to contribute to the cause of officer joey defeudis, logon to teamintraining.org and search under his last name. good luck to joey. and while we are talking running, thanks to the amherst junior womens club for having me out to their 5k this morning. great fun, great weather. 211 runners finished the race. the winner was former bishop guertin star jeff lacoste. we are a day away from the big game. unh football will host colgate at 3:30 tomorrow in the first round of the fcs playoffs. they are a couple of hot teams. 4 straight wins for the wildcats, 5 in a row for the red raiders. this will be the 2nd playoff meeting between the teams. ricky santos and unh crushed colgate 55-21 back in 2006. unh is in the playoffs for the 12th straight season. >> they will have a chip on their shoulder. they played us pretty tough in the first game. it' s always the second time