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erin: now on "daybreak," get ready for a campaign blitz. the clock is winding down before the new hampshire primary. the granite state could play a key role for several candidates. kevin: the coldest air of the winter moving in. how low and how long it lasts ahead. erin: anti-government protesters have occupied a national wildlife refuge. now they are calling on more militia members to join them. a new hampshire man calling a standoff with police in maine. how they were finally able to subdue them. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9
daybreak." erin: good morning, new hampshire. thanks for waking up with us on this monday. back to school and back to work for a lot of people after holiday vacations. it looks like it is going to be a cold one out there. it is. we want to check in with kevin skarupa. we're getting back to normal temperatures. kevin: temperatures today starting off from the teens to lower and mid 20's. only continuing to fall from here as we go through the afternoon thanks to an northerly breeze continuing to bring in the colder air. cloudy to partly cloudy skies. there's the risk of a couple of light snow showers or flurries through the day. we aren't expecting anything to accumulate temperatures in the teens to lower range of the 20's with a pretty good breeze. we are already back behind zero in pittsburgh. much colder air building we'll talk about how long it lasts coming up. davidson. good monday morning,
deb. deb: good monday morning. if you are commuting, everything looks great as you are making your way from west lebanon in to the concord area. no problems with 93. 93 continues to be a good ride all the way to the state line with massachusetts. however 93 south is now heavy and slow through methuen and andover. it is a slow ride from 495 down to exit ten. there's a crash on the ramp to route 3a. this report is brought to you by duncan donuts. i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: thank you. tomorrow marks just five weeks until the new hampshire primary. the race for the white house is really kicking in to high gear. the granite state will play a key role for many campaigns. the candidates are spending a lot of time here. wmur's ray brewer now with a look at who is in new hampshire today. good morning, ray. ray: good morning, erin.
there are going to be a lot of company on the road today. total of six candidates crisscrossing southern and central parts of new hampshire today. most have multiple top is its planned. this is likely what to expect. on the republican side, marco rubio kicks the day off with a 7:30 town hall in hooksett. rand paul, carlly fiorina, chris christie, and john kasich have events today. bernie sanders and former president bill clinton is here rallies support for his wife. all of the campaigns recognize how important new hampshire is. sanders is already admitted he likely needs to win here if he's going to have any chance. the granite state could make or break several republicans. >> they have to do well here. i think that's either -- at least second place or go home. that would include new
jersey governor and jeb bush. ray: it will be key for fiorina and rubio as well. if donald trump loses the iowa caucuses, the granite state will become crucial. pretty safe to say new hampshire is going to be busy for the next month. each candidate pushing hard for your vote. reporting in the studio, ray brewer. erin: all right. thank you. governor maggie hassan has broken a record when it comes to fundraising. political reporter broke the numbers on our web site over night. hassan declared on october 5th that she is running for kelly ayotte's seat in the u.s. senate. hassan raised $2.1 million in the last three months of 2015 breaking a record for one quarter during an off year. and her campaign currently has $1.5 million on hand. ayotte has not yet released her fundraising numbers. you can get complete political coverage and analysis at wmur.com. armed protesters
upset with the federal government have taken control of a national wildlife refuge in rural oregon. they say they are prepared to occupy the land for as long as it takes. the group including the son of nevada rancher, cliven bundy, that was involved in a standoff in 2014. megan hughes is following the situation. ray: armed militiaman a tower usually used to spot wild fires. it has been taken over. >> it is rightfully owned by the people. principles we adhere to the constitution of the united states. >> they've come with generators and other supplies, preparing for seize-like conditions. local law enforcement away. the fbi has taken over. high. >> it is frightening when there's people making threats and people touting guns. >> people are afraid.
>> it is the duty of the people to put that government back in its place. ray: bundy along with his father were involved in a standoff over grazing rights over two years ago. the latest incident now occupation started with a protest over the sentencing of two local ranchers for setting fires on federal land. steve and dwight went to jail for 90 days. the government is calling for them to serve out the five-year sentence. >> to think there's this many people showing up opinion i hope to see in five years. >> the hammonds said they will turn themselves in today in california. the agency is hoping for a peaceful resolution. megan hughes, abc news, washington. erin: state police have now identified the man killed in a crash on interstate 89 in grantham saturday night.
24-year-old elie-carmiche alvarado was killed. a female passenger was flown to dartmouth hitchcock with several injuries and a child in a safety seat was treated for only minor injuries. a laconia man is accused of driving $105 miles per hour on interstate 93. 21-year-old paul kimble is charged with reckless driving. troopers clocked him from the air. a man is due in court in maine today after police say he caused a standoff with officers early yesterday morning. sheriff deputies say that andrew mayer went to his estranged girlfriend's home and grabbed an ak-47 and threatened to kill himself. police say the bail conditions stated he could not have any contact with his former girlfriend. deputies finally used a taser to subdue him after he came outside. police in rochester now say a fire that destroyed a trailer at
the rochester fairgrounds the day after christmas is suspicious. they say they could not find any reason the fire would have started naturally. as you can see, there's nothing left of the trailer. still ahead this morning, boy scouts. they pledged to help people at all times. two brothers in new jersey just put all of their skills to the test to help a leader after he was dragged off by a bear. do you recognize the wedding ring? it was found in massachusetts and has not unique markings. the father of a boy who fell from the chair lift is spiking out. he says the situation has traumatized him. it is now 6:08. you are watchin find your sweet spot today with dunkin's chicken apple sausage sandwich. enjoy sweet apple and savory sausage together for under 400 calories.
kevin: monday morning, january 4th. we start out with a live look in goffstown. we are cloudy to partly cloudy. temperature in the 20's. in the teens and single numbers up north. already below zero in pittsburgh. the colder
air starts to arrive today. how long they go and how long it looks to last with your forecast coming up. erin: definitely cold. police in massachusetts are looking for someone who is missing something very important. a 14 karat gold wedding band was found in the tj maxx. it had aj to db and the date november 27th, 1974. a few people have called. none of the descriptions match. two boy scouts in new jersey have an incredible story to tell. they proved they are
franky and vincent lepore was part of the group when a bear pulled their leader inside a cave. instead of panicking, they called 911, threw food hoping to lure the bear out, and came up with a plan to help rescuers find them. >> do you want us to make a signal fire. >> if you could start a fire. >> i felt like a hero. i saved someone -- we saved somebody's lives. erin: the brothers admit they were frightened. stay calm. survived. he's recovering from his injuries. cool-headed kids. coming up, star wars and now it is closing in on becoming the biggest box office hit ever. say they caught the robber thanks to social
on average, it takes three hundred americans working for a solid year, to make as much money as one top ceo. it's called the wage gap. and the republicans will make it worse by lowering taxes for those at the top and letting corporations write their own rules. hillary clinton will work to close the wage gap. equal pay for women to raise incomes for families, a higher minimum wage, lower taxes for the middle class. she gets the job done for us. i'm hillary clinton and i
erin: saudi arabia has severed diplomatic relations with iran. within the last half an hour, bahrain announced it is cutting ties with iran as well. the move comes hours after protesters set fire to the saudi embassy in tehran. that followed the mass execution on saturday. 47 people by
saudi arabia including a prominent shiite cleric. leaders are announcing accusations at each other. for the first time we're seeing video of the cargo ship el faro. the ship sank at 15,000 feet killing all 33 people on board, including several with ties to new england. federal investigators released the video last night and say they are considering launching another search to try to find the ship's black
box. california have arrested a man accused of armed robbery after he took a snap chat selfie with one of the victims. officers say victor almanza-martinez and two other men stole several items and a car. before they took off, almanza-martinez exchanged snapchat information with one of the female victims. they posed for a selfie. that was the picture that helped lead to an arrest. all buses must take homeless people to shelters. andrew cuomo signed an executive order saying it is necessary to prevent hypothermia and death. some have questioned whether it is legal without a law. the force has carried star wars in to
the new year with another box office domination. "the force awakens" raked in $88 million. that brings the total in 19 days to more than $740 million. making it the second highest domestic earning movie of all time just $20 million behind "avatar." the new mark wahlberg comedy, "daddy's home" was a distant second. it could take four to six months for home delivery to get back to normal. reporters and staffers helped deliver the sunday edition. a week after a new distribution service took over and they haven't gotten the paper at all. the globe is offering refunds to affected customers. officials say they are working around the clock to improve that situation. what would you do with $400 million?
it is expected to grow before wednesday's drawing. the payout would be about $245 million. your chances of winning the jackpot are, you know, brit long. about one in $300 million. it is so nice to dream, isn't it? kevin: it is. i don't think that's going to defer any folks. that's a lot of reasons to count with all of the none. erin: take a chance. kevin: absolutely. we start off this morning. you'll notice we have temperatures in the mid to upper 20's along the sea seacoast. a fairly light breeze. that will start picking up and go 10-15 miles an hour. we're looking at temperatures to continue to slide through the day kind of offset by any increasing sunshine that we'll have. cloudy to partly cloudy skies across the area. a few flurries. a few more are a possibility in to the afternoon. a few of those on future cast in a minute. beyond that, we're looking at the colder air to continue to rush in out of central parts of canada.
that means some cold air. as cold as we've been this season through tonight, tomorrow night, and early on wednesday before starting to moderate. we have dropped to four on top -- two below on top of mt. washington. four in berlin. we are already below zero in pittsburgh and in colebrook. the colder air continues to seep in through the day. you start off above normal for this time of dy and this time of year in southern areas, don't be fooled by that. there isn't going to be much of a climb. notice the winds which are starting to pick up. the occasional gust. this is what you dress for this morning. wind chills in the single digits to mid to upper teens. those probably aren't going anywhere as temperatures hold steady or continue to fall back. we open the door to the colder air out of canada. early afternoon temperatures single digits and teens northern of the notches. lower to mid 20's.
after about noontime or 1:00, is isn't going to be the temperature climb at all. if anything, temperatures will start sliding back. they will have the proverbial running start. there could be a couple of flurries or snow showers in spots. future cast painting the picture here of a couple of slight snow showers. don't be surprised if you see those through the day. that's a fairly weak system. maybe just a spotty, light coating. temperatures double digits below zero. singling digits fromman chester to the shoreline. likely below zero. we eventually get back in to the teens to 20's tomorrow. then back in to the 30's after another cold night tuesday night early wednesday. then from there, the moderating trend continuing through the end of the week. ahead of the next system which tries to arrive on saturday. it could be a mixture of light rain or light snow by the time we get there. 20's and eventually slipping back to the teens.
below zero. extended forecast keeps the cold air around through wednesday. from there, we start getting back above the averages and hold it that way through the end of the week. the next system doesn't look like a big one. looks like some light rain or light snow depending on the time of day. that would be centered around saturday. if you are going to be traveling next weekend, keep updated. i don't think it looks like a big system right now. erin: all right. we want to check our top stories. half a dozen presidential hopefuls will crisscross today. five weeks left until the new hampshire primary. the results could make or break several campaigns. maggie hassan has broken a record when it comes to fund raiding. hassan raised $2.1 million in the last three months breaking a record for one quarter during an off year. a man from intervail is due in cuter after he caused a standoff with officers.
erin: we all know that snowstorms can make it tough to get to work. the man in wisconsin
refused to let the snow stop him. daniel gail works at a hospital in the e.r. after some recent record snowfall, he couldn't make it out of his driveway. he skied the two miles to work. kevin: he's a competitive skier.
no one would have known except for the fact that he forgot to bring another pair of shoes and had to wear the ski boots all day long. erin: he was explaining that all day, i'm sure. he got a lot of exercise that day. you could own your own movie theater, all it would cost is $100 and an essay. the owner in temple, maine is giving the property to the winner after he couldn't find a buyer the traditional way. kevin: however he will only give it away if he gets 3,500 entries. erin: what's the movie that you would play? kevin: it wouldn't be "star wars." erin: we know. kevin: "raiders of the lost arc." erin: president obama preparing to take action when it comes to gun violence. the patriots stumbling in and lost the number
>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: good morning tow. it is monday, january 4th. temperatures below freezing there along the seacoast. we're waking up to some chilly air. we're going to take a look at some flurries in the forecast after today's top stories. with just five weeks left until the new hampshire primary, several canned dates will be hitting the trail today. farmington police are searching for a driver that dragged a woman several feet with an suv before fleeing the scene. and a father from nashua is speaking out after watching his son fall 20 to 30 feet off
of a chair lift at ragged mountain over the weekend. for us, we're going to see more snow flakes. kevin: today is one of those conversational flurry snow shower activity as the atmosphere building in kind of wrings out any moisture that's left. a few flurries this morning. i think a few more through the day today in southern new hampshire. up north, temperatures below zero in pittsburgh and colebrook. temperatures not moving all that much. if anything, falling. a lot of areas below zero. erin: we want to check the roads for you and see how things are moving on monday. a lot of people headed back to work after a holiday. this is how things are looking on 93. this is
from the hooksett camera. kevin: for a look at morning drive, we're joined live by deb davidson. good monday morning, deb. deb: good monday morning. the good news is all of the people that are heading back to work and school today are seeing
93 is moving well throughout the entire state from concord to the state line with massachusetts. 293 we're seeing a delay. it is sluggish on the west side as you approach route 114. if
you are out on the seacoast, we're not seeing any problems at all. commuting in to massachusetts, 93 south is heavy in methuen. this report is brought to you by dunkin' donuts. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7w] id. erin: all right. thank you. five weeks to go until the new hampshire primary. they are converging on the granite state hoping to drum up support before they head to the polls. ray brewer live in the studio this morning with a look at which contenders are going to be in the granite state today. ray: good morning. there will be a lot of republican and
democratic candidates. gop contenders include rubio, kasich, paul, christie, and fiorina. bernie sanders and bill clinton will be here today. hillary clinton was among four presidential candidates who hosted their first new hampshire town halls of 2016 on sunday. former secretary of state, hillary clinton, held three town halls across the state on sunday. in derry, she talked about how she would fight for equal pay for women, something she says sets her apart from republican candidate. not everyone was a clinton supporter. republican state representative catherine o'brien spoke without being called on saying she was trying to ask clinton about her husband's sexual impropriority years ago. >> wait a minute. >> you are very rude.
call on you. ray: bernie sanders held two town halls and a round table. he says his message is raising taxes on millionaires and billionaires. >> i want to make the point for the umpteenth time. this is the richest state in the world. millions of people should not be living in poverty. ray: chris christie called out secretary clinton for not doing enough to fight crisis. he called her quote secretary happy talk. >> i've been called a lot of things over time. politically correct has never been one of them. right? thing. the only way to change the attitude is for the president to change the attitude. this is a president who is absolutely marinated in political correctness. ray: marco rubio held a
patriots-dolphins watch party. before the game he said he knew his team would lose and he was looking ahead to next year. >> you were hoping at some point in the future you'll be inviting your team to the white house. >> i would love to be president and have the dolphins there. that's probably not going to happen as long as tom brady is in the nfl. ray: find out where they will be campaigning today by checking another the tracker in the politics section. in the studio, ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: farmington police are searching for the driver involved in a hit and run. an suv dragged a woman several feet and took off from the scene. the woman was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. police are still investigating the circumstances leading up to the hit and run. they say they have identified the driver and once caught the suspect will likely face felony charges. a bail hearing is scheduled today for a man suspected of holding
up a store in berlin. police believe 32-year-old ryan morton oned the berlin mills variety store the day after christmas. he was arrested last week on a charged of arming robbery. the father of a boy who was injured after falling off of a chair lift is talking about the frightening experience. on saturday doug prangley was riding a life with his twin sons. one of the boys slipped and fell about 20 to 30 feet. doug says the lift never stopped because no one was working at the shutdown button. ragged mountain says two people were operating the lift booth and ski patrol did not know what happened until the boy's father reached the top. >> i screamed as loud as i can for help. and at that point there was no one there. i knew it was -- it was on my shoulders. i thought i could hold him. i tried. i don't want any parent to have to make the choice or have the situation that i had and
to watch your child fall and not know if he's going to be okay. i mean that's -- that's the thing that just will probably traumatize me forever. erin: aside from a concussion and bruises, the son is expected to be okay. the mountain says the state expected the lift and determined there were no mechanical issues so it was cleared to open. the first feature length documentary about the boston marathon is now in the works. the creators of the film titled "boston" say it will go beyond the 2013 bombings and follow the history of the marathon. the film is set to premier in 2017. a stage play and an hbo special are also in production right now. one will feature boston native mark wahlberg. the two projects will only focus on the marathon bombings. coming up on "daybreak," a terrifying situation for church goers in north carolina. we'll tell you how their pastor helped a man who walked in to the church armed with a gun.
and a terminally ill dog is living its last days to the fullest after its owner created a special bucket list for his pet. kevin: coldest of the air in the season so far miling in out of canada. we're going to look at falling temperatures. how low they go and how long it lasts coming up. find your sweet spot today with dunkin's chicken apple sausage sandwich. and savory sausage together for under 400 calories.
kevin: monday morning, january 4th. we start out with a beautiful sunrise. quite a few more clouds lingering around up north. temperatures contine to tumble. there will be a lot of areas temperatures will hold steady and continue to fall. we're talking some cold temperatures over the next couple of days. feeling a lot more like winter. we'll have the details coming up. erin: it is now 6:41. president obama said he's ready to take action in curbing gun violence with or without congress. aixa diaz is live in washington is this morning for us. the president is just back from his vacation and focusing on the polarizing issue. ray: that's right. today the president is meeting with the attorney general and executive director to discuss executive actions. >> we know we can't stop
what if we tried to stop one. reporter: the gun lobby is alive and so should the people. action bypassing congress. >> what the president is trying to do now is to expand the instant background check by closing the gun show loophole. >> on the campaign trail, democrat candidates sided with the president. hillary clinton urged lawmakers to come together. >> we need bipartisan consensus on what we should do about guns and a lot of other issues. >> republican hopefuls spoke out against any changes to existing laws. >> i don't like anything having to do with changing our second amendment. we have plenty of rules and regulations. >> this is going to be another illegal executive action which courts. when i become president will be stricken from executive action by executive action i'll take. >> a better approach would be the approach when i was governor of the state of florida where we focused on punishing people that
committed crimes with guns. we enhanced and protected the second amendment rights for law-abiding citizens. >> the president is expected to talk more about this next week when he delivers his final state of the union address. erin? erin: in addition to expanded background checks, what else is the president expected to announce? reporter: well, the man is tightening rules when it comes to reporting lost or stolen guns and beefing up inspections of licensed dealers. erin: we
are following a developing story in india. a powerful earthquake killed eight people and others. police say the victims debris. it caused major damage to several buildings. a newly constructed building collapsed in the tremor as well as part of the popular market building. two people were detained in rome after they were caught flying a drone
over the vatican. they were patrolling for illegal street venators
when they spotted the aircraft. they located the pilot and seized the drone, which was equipped with a video camera. and a man armed with a gun walked in to the church. >> he said i came here with terrible things on my mind. i was going to do some bad things. erin: the pastor was in the middle of his sermon. he spotted a man holding a rifle in the air. he left the podium and confronted the stranger as the church members ran for the door. the man said he had previously been hurt by the church, was recently released, and then he asked far prayer. >> when i told the congregation it is okay, he wants a prayer. the power of god hit.
god stepped in. god moved on the young man's heart. instead of him shooting and killing a lot of people, god touched his heart. erin: after staying to watch the rest of the pastor's sermon, that man apologized to the congregation. instead of being charged with a crime, he was taken to a local facility for treatment. turning now to sports, the patriots closed out the regular season by taking on the dolphins in miami. it was a slow first half and a scary one at that. tom brady got hit from behind. he was in obviously pain. he limped to the sideline and had his right ankle taped. the injury did not seem serious. brady did return to the game. tied 10-10 in the fourth quarter. ryan tannehill connected for a two-yard touchdown
the dolphins added a field goal and went on to win the game 20-10. >> wallet's have to get better. i think we'll, you know, give us the chance to evasion where we are at. you know, see the things we need to do better for the team to try to win these games. you know, it is obviously a tough sport. you know, you see where you are at after 16 games. just keep fighting on. erin: the broncos won on sunday. denver will be the number one seed in the playoffs now. on to the ice we go. the monarchs played the rubber match with the greenville swamp rabbits on sunday. the game was scoreless in the second. derik angeli scored his fourth goal to give the monarchs a 1-0 lead. derrick arnold forced a turnover. greenville scored twice in the final four minutes to tie the game up and force it no to overtime. greenville ended up
winning 3-2 in a shootout. nan chester will play at adirondack on wednesday. >> now your storm watch 9 forecast. erin: all right. the colder air has moved in. we're seeing temperatures in the teens up that way. kevin: we have seen temperatures continuing to fall off just in the last three or four hours. looks like we're going to hold steady and slowly start to fall through the afternoon. beautiful sunrise setting up for several hair yas of the state. we have an overcast sky in others. where we're getting the overcast there's the potential in a few places to see a few flurries or a couple of light snow shower. it isn't just all sunshine and clouds today. there may be a couple of light snow showers out there today even from manchester to the coastline. you'll notice a couple of light flurries and snow showers trying to develop. the colder, drier air tries to wring out any moisture that's leftover
much. even across new hampshire at the present time. we'll continue to see that through the day today with a blend of sunshine and clouds otherwise. air mass coming out of central canada. it will continue to deliver the coldest air we've had this season. the sampling of the reasons. we've been batching temperatures slide back by a degree or two per hour. back in to the teens now. in some places across the lakes region. notice up in the north country. we're down to one lonely degree in stewartstown. two below in pittsburgh. you likely get back through the day. you are going to have the breeze. this is what you want to dress for throughout the day. wind chills in the single digits and teens. temperatures later on today, upper single digits to lower teens north. this likely late morning and early afternoon. then i think as that sun starts to go down 3:00 or 4:00, we're going to notice the colder air continuing to rush in.
the temperatures to continue to fall off. you'll notice again a couple of flurries or light snow showers. don't be surprised if you catch them out there today. nothing that's going to be long-lived over a half an hour to 45 minutes. probably no accumulation out of it. they will be out there. beyond that it is fair skies continue with the breeze continuing to feed in the colder air. there will be a lot of locations below zero. tomorrow teens to lower range of the 20's. we'll recover with full sunshine. then a moderating trend continuing to kick in thereafter. highs back in to the lower -- wednesday another cold morning. that will be probably within a few degrees of where we tomorrow morning. from there, we'll wait on the next system which doesn't arrive until sometime likely centered around saturday. by the time we get there, temperatures will be moderating after the cold start to the workweek. up to either side of 40 by friday.
it is a give and take whether it would be light rain showers or snow showers. here comes the free fall. single digits from manchester to the shoreline. below zero out west and up north. some spots as cold as 12-15 below. we're in pittsburgh as you saw. zero this morning. a couple of colder nights on the way. it doesn't last for a prolonged period of time. we get back above the averages by the second half of this week. the system slated to be centered around saturday right now looks like snow. it doesn't look like a now. erin: we'll stay tuned. as we know, everything can change. kevin: it seems to do that every once in a while. erin: a man in pennsylvania came up with an interesting way to help his dog live out the final days of her life. the man found out his pet has terminal cancer. the lists consistence of
from eating french fries to sledding down the hill and holding a mock dog wedding. >> it made me focus on some of the positive things that i can bring out from it and live my life a little differently and live for the day. i hope that during the process she can put a smile on someone else's face like the eight years she's always put a smile on my face. erin: and really enjoy the final days. one of the biggest the weather. that item was crossed off when a local news station gave the dog a chance to be on tv. it is now 6:53. still to come, a final check of your top stories, including the search for a hit and run driver. our u local hot shot photo of the morning, be ware of hungry snow men. very creative. submit your pictures and video and show us what
erin: it is now 6:54. updating our top stories. several presidential canned dateses will be hitting the campaign trail in new hampshire today. here's ray brewer. a. yes it includes rubio, kasich, paul, christie, and fiorina. on the democratic side bernie sanders and bill clinton who is campaigning on behalf of his wife. erin: farmington police are searching for the drivers involved in a hit and run. the woman suffered non-life threatening injuries. a father from nashua is speaking out after watching his son fall
over the weekend. doug prangley says his concussion but is expected to be okay. maggie hassan has broken a record when it comes to fundraising. she raised $2.1 million for the senate campaign breaking a record for one quarter of fundraising during an off year. we have a traffic alert to pass along to drivers on the everett turnpike. right now police are on the scene of an accident in merrimack. the left lanes are closed in both directions. traffic is getting backed up. again a crash on the everett turnpike in merrimack is causing a lot of delays this morning. just be aware of that. kevin: cloudy to partly cloudy skies. temperatures will hold steady or continue to tumble. they will slowly fall off more. temperatures today in the single digits in far northern areas of the state. teens and 20's.
still a few flurries and light snow showers scattered about. the coldest of the air will be around through wednesday morning and moderating trend through the end of the week. erin: all right. coming up next the latest on the ongoing protest in oregon. people have taken over a national wildlife edge final. they are upset over two ranchers who set fire on federal land. we'll see you back here in 25 minutes. take care and have a