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fire damaged a vacant apartment building in berlin overnight. firefighters say there was no power to the three story building. kevin: a lot of clouds around. we start off with a couple of showers. a look at the better rain chances and where temperatures go from there ahead. erin: do you recognize this man? he stole a car and tried to rob an atm. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. daybreak." erin: a look outside, it is hard to believe it. especially after having some temperatures near 60 over the weekend. kevin skarupa with a look at the forecast. kevin: a quick reminder that last november and december were mild. we remember what january, february, in to
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so it doesn't necessarily sell us all the way through the winter. certainly it has been a fairly easy walk for us to this point. we have the patchy fog. a little bit of drizzle in spots. some of that could be freezing up in extreme northern parts of the state. that's the next system arriving later on this evening. ahead of that, 30's and 40's to start. 40's near 50 degrees. much more on the workweek ahead. let's look at your monday morning ride. joined live by deb davidson. good monday morning, deb. deb: good monday morning. if you are starting your commute and heading to the upper valley, 89 north is a good ride from concord through new london and from hanover to lebanon. south side side is moving well. 93 south is moving well through the state as is 293 and the everett turnpike.
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boston, 93 south is congested. then through the 95 stoneham. this report is brought to you by peter's honda, nashua. i'm deb davidson for erin: thank you. our top story is a man accused of dousing and lighting his mother's porch on fire. they arrested justin kane as he was trying to leave his father's house. ray brewer live outside salem. good morning, ray. ray: good morning. police say that kane had got gotten in to an argument before things got out of hand. they called to the home on north main street in salem. 3:00 yesterday. after kane allegedly
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back porch of the home and lit it on fire while his mother was standing at the glass door and watching. kane ran off according to police triggering a search. picked kane up. they were able to track kane by his cell phone and arrested him as he tried to leave his father's house. they say they were lucky. >> the residents was a duplex that also had someone in the property. so that arson obviously could have gotten really bad, especially using a propellant such as gasoline. ray: no one was hurt. kane is set to be arraigned this morning in court. they are still looking for the person who picked kane up. it is unclear who it was. live outside of the circuit court in salem, ray brewer,wmur news 9.
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investigators are trying to figure out what sparked a fire. when they arrived just before 11:00, they found fire on the back of the building and called in all off duty firefighters. crews were able to mostly contain the flames to the porch area. the cause is under investigation. officials say there was no power to the building and no one lived there. two people are dead after a fast-moving fire in wooster, massachusetts. an elderly brother and sister lived there for decades. neither made it out. the flames burned through both floors of the home. it is unusual for someone to not notice for this long. the cause is under investigation. the police chief in new bedford, massachusetts died. david proverger was a survivor of throat cancer. the mayor called him a great man and
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a person is due in court in connection with a murder. adrien stillwell was charged with conspiracy to commit murder. 25-year-old michael first-degree murder. today marks 20 years since a manchester man was found stabbed to death. his family is pleading for the public's help. 75-year-old walter page was found in 1995. investigators say it is stale very soluble case. family members say they want answers about what happened. police in gilford are looking for the man that used a stolen car to try to steal money from an atm. the man in these surveillance pictures back the car in to the machine at the bank of new hampshire yesterday morning.
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it turns out the car was stolen out of st. joseph's church. the parking lot there in laconia while the owner was inside attending service. a man accuse of the driving a wrong way on interstate 93 in windham while drunk is due in court this morning. state police arrested 22-year-old andy marzara yesterday morning after several other drivers reported a car headed south toward salem. he faces several charges, including dwi and using a mobile electronic device while driving. the operator who is supposed to be at the controls of that runaway redline train in boston last week is set to face a disciplinary hearing today. the train left the station on thursday morning with about 50 people on board. not the operator. the train went through four stations before transit workers were able to cut power to the third rail and bring it to a stop. still ahead, dr. ben
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the polls. he's not spending much time in new hampshire. local supporters are not worried. the gop presidential hopefuls are gearing up for another debate. we know what the stage will look like tomorrow night. and help is pouring in for a miniature horse facing surgery after he was shot. 6:07.
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when things start to cool down and when we could talk snow flakes coming up. erin: turning now to politics, it is a slow down on the campaign trail. bernie sanders is the only candidate with events planned. he's going to meet with students at nashua community college and hold a town hall in hollis. on the republican side, supporters of ben carson tell news 9. they are not worried it has been nearly a month. he hasn't been here since he filed for the primary. he doesn't plan to return until december 20th. recent polls show his support is falling. >> i don't think that's a big concern. every time someone goes to hear him, they come out loving him. erin: when he does come down, his campaign says it is going to be in a big way with the large family-friendly christmas event in concord. one candidate who is gaining ground is ted cruz.
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evening with donald trump in iowa. abc's stephanie ramos reports. >> the horse race between the gop presidential candidates is heating up with senator ted cruz on the fast track in iowa running neck and neck. it is a swift rise for the texas senator. a 21-point gain. cruz and trump up until now have played nice. that all changed this weekend. in iowa, trump digging at cruz for opposing popular ethanol subsidies. >> if ted cruz is against ethanol, how does he win in iowa? because that's very anti-iowa. reporter: then on sunday morning. >> look at the way he's dealt with the senator. he goes in like a maniac. that's the problem with ted.
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honor of my friend donald trump and good-hearted maniacs everywhere and posted a clip of the song "maniac." >> we have things in mind for ted, to be honest. reporter: he can be heard on tape questioning the ability to run the question. >> it is a question of judgment. reporter: carson is falling. >> poll numbers go up and down. i wasn't excited when they were up. i'm not excited when they are down. reporter: they will stand on the debate stage for the fifth time tomorrow. chris christie is back on the main stage after being dropped last time. donald trump will be front and center, this time flanked by ben carson and ted cruz. erin: all right. thank you. 6:12. coming up, we know there there. do you know which ones
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we're going to take a look. let's talk about a giving tree. someone is providing warm clo paris: there's a lot to do on a dairy farm. nobody's gonna do it for you.
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and do it yourself. bernie sanders is a well-known friend of family farms. bernie cannot be bought out by big money. bernie's opinion it's time for our next president to get in there, roll up his sleeves, take off the gloves, and take on wall street, take on big business, take on big money, and get the working class back to where they should be. he's a rock. sanders: i'm bernie sanders
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erin: the fda has approved a product that can stop bleeding in 30 seconds. it is an injectable sponge that expands and can be used to control wounds in areas where a tourniquet can't. they are effective for up to four hours. in what many consider to be the calm before the storm, "mocking jay: part ii" ruled the box office. the final installment pulled in more than $11 million to bring the u.s. total to $244 million.
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on next weekend when "star wars: the force awakenings" hits the screen. it has hit advanced ticket sales. they think it could be the biggest blockbuster of all time. the better business bureau says there are five scams you need to look out for. they are costing americans millions of dollars. number five, fake government grants; four, fake tech support; third, fake sweetstakes asking for a small fee to collect a prize; two aggressive debt collectors; also the top scam of the year, callers claiming you owe the irs some money. they are getting about 2,000 reports every day nationwide costing $1 million a month. dozens of people
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all of the runners at the merrimack high school donated. a portion of the race fees are going to be used to buy gifts for families in need. >> my wife we put on races and time them and produce them for work. it is a business. this is one of the fun ones that we do that expenses, all of the cash leftover is going to go for toys for tots. erin: each year it draws between 40 to 50 runners and walkers. sorts. someone hung brand new winter gloves and hats on a tree in the park. the donor sent us the pictures. they didn't identify themselves. you may remember someone boston common. before that, we were reporting on central park someone doing the same thing in new york city.
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kevin: eventually it will be needed. we have the fifth mildest november and running eight and a half degrees above normal for the month of december. erin: still doesn't mean it is not going to get cold. kevin: it did last year. it rained on christmas eve. eventually the weather pattern will shift. for the time being, we're looking at the milder temperatures. we have the low clouds, patchy fog, and a fair areas of drizzle and wet highways as you walk out the door this morning. the rainfall will peak later on. it will be mild enough along both of them this will be most if not all rainfall that comes through. it will certainly be all rainfall when it makes its way in later on this evening. a couple of heavier downpours and maybe even warm enough for a couple of rumbles of thunder. behind that, temperatures will be above the average because of its origins from moving in from the southwest. you'll notice early this morning the only chance of anything beyond
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out well ahead of it early this morning is a little bit of freezing rain. the possibility there for northern parts of new hampshire and northern parts of even coos county where temperatures are down near the freezing mark early this morning. elsewhere it is mid 30's across southern parts of coos county. low and mid 40's elsewhere. already 47 in lebanon. we're at 43 in nashua. 44 in portsmouth. milder air continues to streamline in here ahead of the front. you can see the difference of the temperatures out ahead of the front and behind it. not overly cold behind it. the origin of the area of high pressure really doesn't have an arctic origin to it. it is more of a pacific mild air. it will be cooler by the time we get to wednesday and thursday. high temperatures today running from the mid 40's to lower 50's. a light southwesterly breeze to go along with it. we're talking plenty of clouds more than anything else. just a light shower here or there with the light wind. temperatures will hold steady in the 40's to
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then they will go up a tomorrow. out. clouds and a couple of light showers. there should be a lot of drier hours to the day today. here comes the rainfall. you can see that coming through. that winds down early tomorrow morning with clearing south of the white mountains and a few lingering showers up in the north country in rain form. from there, sunshine, temperatures from the upper 30's to upper 40's wednesday. increase in clouds on thursday. ahead of the next system with temperatures in the 40's as it arrives. another shot of rainfall making its way through. once it goes by, we eventually go back to cooler conditions by the end of the week. temperatures pretty close to the averages by the time we get to next weekend. we have to bare in mind the average high is 35 or 36. these are still above normal. it is going to be a pretty rude awakening by the time we get there. truly feeling a little bit more like the christmas season.
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couple of lingering snow flakes behind the system and maybe for the mountains on saturday morning. erin: the mountains would love to have some snow. widespread. kevin: there's not much in the cards. erin: okay. all right. we will wait. we want to check our top stories with ray brewer. ray: a salem man is due in court after he allegedly tried to set the home he shared with his mother on fire. justin kane had an argument with his mother at the home on north main street in salem. he then allegedly lit the back porch on fire while his mother was standing and watching in the glass door. kane faces charges of arson and reckless conduct. erin: firefighters were able to contain a fire. it started in the back porch area. there was no power to the building. in connection with a
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due in court today. 21 adrien stillwell was arrested on friday and charged with conspiracy to commit murder in connection with the death of mike pittman last night. coming up, it may look like a toy. tt2w`tsi`r$# bt@q];\ tt2w`tsi`r$# "a@qm78 tt2w`tsi`r$# bm@qf
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kevin: monday morning, december 14th. a little bit of patchy fog. a couple of areas of drizzle move through overnight. temperatures are mild. upper 30's to mid 40's. a little mixing going on in far northern areas of the state. a look ahead to the rain chances and how long it lasts coming up. erin: i know you are not a big fan. a lot of people are
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movie, something called "star wars." everywhere you go, you are bound to see something. now a long-time collector is cashing in by selling some of the items. so far one of the top sellers is this: a luke skywalker action figure. a lot of people had this. this one is still in the original packages. it sold for get this $25,000. kevin: wow. the one toy is considered rare because the light saber broke easily. the toys were culled from construction at the time. erin: remember how the lightsaber would come out from the arm. you press it and it would go back. it was so cool. you weren't in to star wars. rhonda rousey attended the marine corps ball. this was her first public appearance since losing.
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to be asked. she probably would have crying and eating ice cream on her coach for another month if she hadn't been asked to go out. erin: she spent the night with a man in the uniform. rob gronkowski seems to be back to his dominant
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: good morning to you. it is december the 14th. we're waking up to temperatures in the 40's in many areas out there. we did have some light rain overnight. the roads are wet. we're going to get to the full forecast after the top stories. we begin with a man accuse of the setting his mom's home on fire. police arrested justin kane sunday evening.
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poured gasoline on the porch and lit it on fire. a fire in hampstead left a family homeless last night. it happened just before 6:00 on pinewood drive. no one was injured. we're expected to learn more today about a deadly rollover crash in exeter. police tried to pull over 33-year-old eric williams for several driving violations. he lost control, smashed in to guardrails, and rolled the car several times. more on that coming up. the roads are wet. kevin: they are in spots. we have some patchy fog and drizzle. beyond that the main focus is in far northern areas. there could be some freezing rain. it is far northern areas of coos county this morning. our main rain chance southwest. a couple of heavier downpours and a couple of rumbles of thunder. today just kind of plan for a few areas of drizzle and maybe a light rain shower.
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to lower range of the 50's. erin: all right. and warm for the folks at the bus stop. we want to check the roads and here's a live look at 93 there in windham. kevin: we're joined live by deb davidson. good morning. deb: good morning. we are seeing some building volume on 93 southbound in londonderry, windham, and again in salem. give yourself a little bit of extra time. we're not seeing any major delays to report on. if you are commuting on 101 eastbound right now, it is starting to get very heavy. bedford at 114. again give yourself some extra time. if you are coming off of the 95 southbound ramp, 101 westbound, that ramp is very sluggish. also seeing delays out there as well. 93 south heading in to massachusetts. you are slow from methuen in to wilmington. there's a crash. you are slow again down to the everett connector.
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peter's honda, nissan, and kia of nashua. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: thank you. new from overnight, state police are investigating a crash involving five vehicles. it happened on the southbound side of the everett turnpike just before midnight. thankfully no one was seriously injured. this morning. a man will be arraigned in court after he set his own mother's house on fire. police arrested justin kane sunday evening. investigators say kane poured gasoline on his mother's porch and lit it on fire. ray brewer is live in salem with the latest. good morning, ray. ray: good morning. police telling us that justin kane lives at the house with his mother. kane ran off and was picked up by someone. that led to a search involving several departments.
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kane is accused of trying to light his home on fire. the two had an argument. kane poured gasoline on the rear deck and lit it on fire. salem firefighters responded to the duplex before 3:00 sunday afternoon. police searched the area with help from other local departments. >> since it was on really that three town border, we set up perimeters trying to basically lock in the suspect. ray: police say kane was found thanks to his cell phone. >> we also have the ability to track someone's cell phone and get a gauge on their approximate locations where we can focus the resources. ray: kane was arrested leaving his dad's house. they are just thankful the fire. >> that arson could have
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especially using a propellant such as gasoline. ray: it is unclear who picked kane up. anyone with information, give them a call. live in salem, ray brewer,wmur news 9. erin: a family lost their home to a fire. it happened before 6:00 on pine wood drive. the house of engulfed in flames. hampstead fire says there were no injuries. the redd cross is assisting two people now. half a dozen downs battled the blaze. >> we had to wring in backup. erin: the cause of the fire is under investigation. now more on a deadly crash. eric williams from hampton was pronounced dead at the scene. they tried to pull williams over for several driving violations before the
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he lost control, smashed in to guardrails, and rolled his car. he did not have a seat belt on. car. >> in the area just east of exit 11, the operator made a sudden movement in the vehicle which caused him to lose control. it rolled over several times in the median and the vehicle came to rest. erin: and stay with wmur as we learn more about the investigation in to the crash. a pelham teen is accused of driving more than 100 miles per hour on 93 this weekend. state police say 19-year-old joseph brown was driving south. troopers say brown was going 107 miles per hour in the 65 mile per hour zone. he's due in court on january 14th on reckless driving charges. state police cite a man for speeding for the second time in a week. last thursday they stopped 21-year-old joel
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miles per hour also on 93 near the hooksett toll plaza. he was arrested for reckless operation. yesterday the same trooper pulled figueroa over again for speeding. he reportedly told the trooper had had just picked up his car from the towing company. he claimed he was only going about 80. the trooper issued another summons for a speed violation. closing arguments in the phillip chism murder trial are expected today. they were postponed because one of chism's lawyers were sick. they claims he was insane when he killed colleen ritzer two years ago. nashua police will continue searching for ronaldo acosta. he's described as hispanic, 5'7", 150 pounds.
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information, police call nashua police. a miniature horse that was shot in the leg will come to the granite state for surgery. $11,000 has been raised to help. the money will go toward a prothetic leg. they continue to search for clues about who shot max and why. after he recovers, the owners hope to make him a therapy horse for hospitals and schools. we want to thank everyone who donated to the food drive over the weekend. we collected more than 154,000 meals. your generation cash donations totaled $69,000. we're still tallying the online and mailed donations. you can still donate online. coming up, commitment 2016. ted cruz climbing in the polls. why the texas senator is on top. and a somber anniversary
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remember the victims of the sandy hook shooting. kevin: a lot of clouds around today. temperatures remaining mild for the next couple of days. when it brings rain and the systems that come behind that. if it could be anything
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>> you are watching wmur "news 9 daybreak" with erin fehlau, sean mcdonald, and meteorologist kevin skarupa. now news 9 continues. kevin: monday morning, december 14th. a live look in meredith. temperatures from the mid 30's to mid 40's. that means anything we see today will be in liquid form. the exception is the extreme far northern areas of the state. there could be freezing rain. beyond that, 40's to lower 50's today. milder tomorrow. the rest of the workweek coming up. erin: 6:42. one more day before the debate. nikole killion is live in washington with more on who is up and who is down and nikole it does look like senator ted cruz is climbing. reporter: that's right. even though an nbc news journal poll shows the
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national, he's the front runner in iowa according to the two polls. >> voters are going to make a decision. reporter: ted on top. now leading by ten points according to the des moines register bloomberg politics poll. fox news has him with a closer spread edging by two points. >> look at how he's dealt with the senate. maniac. you are never going to get things done. reporter: he didn't leave it there. ted posted the flash dance song "maniac in honor of good-hearted maniacs everywhere. >> each time he's had to choose between strong defense and the isolationist, he seems
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isolations. reporter: carson has lost ground. >> i haven't spent a lot of time asking for money. i've spent many nights in the operator room. nikole: cruz and -- carson and rubio had slid to third and fourth place behind ted cruz and donald trump. all of the candidates hoping to change the trajectory after the gop debate tomorrow. erin: all right. thank you. today marks three years since the shooting at sandy hook elementary school. this is the first year the anniversary falls on the school day. school official wills have some moments of silence at the middle and high schools. now three years ago gunman killed 20 students and six adults in the massacre in newtown, connecticut. a walk was held in portsmouth to end gun violence. a crowd gathered before marching around downtown. organizers wanted to
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violence. the survivors say that mass shootings should not be accepted as the norm. on. about this. issue. it is an issue of safety. erin: similar walks featuring the gun violence activist took place around the country this weekend. two mosques were vandalized in california saturday night. they spray painted references to jesus christ. the area had to be evacuated and the bomb squad called out after a plastic replica was a grenade was found. they are working with the fbi to investigate. they believe it is hate crime incidents. the monarchs and the adirondack thunder plaid. not a lot of scoring
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tending. carr made 32 saves and carson 30 for the thunder. adirondack finally broke through. the thunder would also add an etchty net goal. >> generally we were a hockey club. we played the game we needed to play. we didn't bury our chances. that's what it comes down to. >> it is a 3-3. it is sunday. we're coming off of a long road trip. i knew it was going to be a chess match. the team that made the most mistakes wouldn't win. the boys played hard in front of me. a stoppable puck is the difference. erin: the mate -- patriots are on top of the afc east. rob gronkowski back in
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he contributed right away. first quarter he finds gronk for a 45-yard completion. that sets up the first touchdown of the game. brady to martin for the score gave plane the 7-0 lead. second quarter brady connects with his favorite receiver. a touchdown for gronk. he had four catche for 88 yards and a touchdown. patriots win this one 27-6. they are now 11-2. back in first place in the afc thanks to losses by the bengals and the broncos. local cheerleaders made new hampshire proud. this is the screaming eagles cheerleader team. they took second in the nationals at a competition in florida. the jaguars won the championship. the nashua crusaders took second place. we want to congratulate all of the teams from new hampshire.
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9 forecast. erin: all right. 44. it is not even 7:00 out there yet. we are in december. what's going on here? kevin: normal low is in the upper range of the teens. normal high is 37 or 38. we're not done here. we're only going up from here later this afternoon, evening, and early tomorrow before cooler air tries to come in. we're not looking at temperatures anywhere close to the averages until we get likely to the weekend or early next week. so we're talking clouds and anything we see today. it will be in the form of drizzle or a light rain shower. there could be a little bit of mixing going on up north. we're talking 40's to lower 50's. warm enough it could be a couple of rumbles of thunder. clearing setting up. cooler temperatures with sunshine on wednesday. then the next system trying to run in on thursday. plenty of clouds. a couple of light showers. better chance of temperatures down near the freezing mark. there's a thicker cloud
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that will only pile in. this out well ahead of the line of rain through the ohio valley that moves in later on this evening and a couple of heavier downpours are a possibility. north country is the only real tricky part as traveling conditions this morning. we have a little bit of fog. temperatures down near the freezing mark up north, there could be a little bit of frozen precipitation. temperatures in the mid 40's. above the normal highs by seven or eight degrees. the normal highs this time of year are assuming some snow on the ground. we don't have that. it is very difficult to have a day below the averages this time of year. just because with the lack of snow on the ground. this seemingly cannots as we work through time. you'll notice we continue to see temperatures on the mild side. we're going anywhere from the 40's to lower 50's with a light breeze today out of the south. moves in. a couple of heavier
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most of this falls after the evening commute. if you are going to be traveling around later tonight, the potential is there. any sort of lingering showers tomorrow morning give way to partial sunshine. there will be a good breeze. temperatures in the mid to upper 50's. 40's up north. then as skies clear tomorrow evening, we ebb back in to the 40's with sunshine on wednesday and increasing clouds on thursday. ahead of the next system which moves in later thursday. most of that because temperatures are mild in the form of rain. temperatures either side of 50. we turn winds to the as the rainfall comes through. that could be heavy at times. the extended forecast shows the slip back in to the 40's for wednesday and thursday. behind the next system thursday night and friday. looks like temperatures in the 30's to near 40. big thank you to the sixth graders in brookline who i talked
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we talked about what creates as well as the storms in the last ten years and what this -- if you want to call it winter, is looking like for us. a big thank you to the six graders. they are going to forecast the weather. they gave me a fairly appropriate mug. yes? erin: i love this. kevin: what you love most is what's inside the mug. erin: there's a little bit of chocolate. kevin: there's a little bit of chocolate. erin: the mug is perfect. kevin: i'll have that with me at the desk. erin: moving on, you may need to readjust your christmas list. amazon says hover boards are bursting in to flames. the problem may be connected to the boards that use lithium batteries which can burst in to flames. it is now 6:51. still ahead on "news 9 daybreak," a final check
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america runs on dunkin'. erin: it is now 6:56. updating our top stories. here's ray brewer. ray: a salem man due in court after he poured gasoline on his mother's porch and lit it on fire while she watched from the glass door. kane fled rather. they were able to track him through his cell phone.
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destroyed by a fire last night. the red cross is assisting two people. about a half a dozen towns battled the blaze. a second person charged in connection with a deadly shooting in manchester is due in court this morning. 21-year-old adrien stillwell was arrested on friday and charged with conspiracy to commit murder in connection with the death of michael the pittman. we're expected to learn more about a fatal rollover crash in exeter. police tried to pullover eric williams were traffic violations just before that crash. kevin: clouds and a couple of light showers. temperatures are mild. mid 30's to lower half of the 40's. low and mid 50's tomorrow. we'll circle back to temperatures in the 40's on wednesday with sunshine. the next system looks like mostly rain as well later thursday afternoon, thursday night, and early friday. erin: this is crazy weather.
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year as well. eventually going to happen. erin: it will be with quite a shock after these temperatures. coming up next on "good morning america" this morning, we're getting closer and closer to the star wars premier and super fans are camped out ahead of the star studded premier. that. we'll see you back here in 25 minutes. take care and have a great morning. for lynn's family, the big stress is paying in medical and drug costs for aidan. for other families it's higher deductibles, premiums and co-pays that keep adding up. that's why we've got to crack down on price gouging, cap out-of-pocket costs, and fast track approval of less expensive generic drugs. because we've got to get
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for lynn's family and for yours. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. [sfx: sound of hippo's roar] hippo. [sfx: sound of hippo's roar] crit. [sfx: sound of hippo's roar] one bellows. [sfx: hippo sound, light music] one bellows malarkey. donald trump repeatedly says one thing, does another. the hypocrite says he's champion of american workers, but had his line of trump ties made in china. some of the laborers on his palatial dc hotel? illegal immigrants. [sfx: hippo sound] neither for president. america needs proven, honorable
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