tv News 9 Daybreak ABC January 11, 2016 6:00am-7:00am EST
sean: now on "daybreak," planned parenthood is weighing in for the primary for the first time and offering support for clinton with the announcement here in new hampshire. erin: more bad news for ben carson's campaign. key supporters are jumping ship to help another candidate. kevin: after a mild rain, the cold winds return. how long that lasts and a look at the two systems we're tracking ahead. >> i still feel -- i wish i could have done more. i feel like i didn't do enough. sean: two boys are recovering after falling through the ice.
in to help. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: good morning. thanks for starting your week off with us. i'm erin fehlau. sean: we had 50 degrees and rain. tomorrow we have cold air and snow. kevin: such is life in new england. we're looking at temperatures early this morning falling back through the 30's and upper 20's. with that, a couple of slick spots. there were some spots over two inches of rainfall yesterday. they had a couple of rumbles of thunder. they start off with country. there's the chance with the lake effect snow going back to the west western parts of the state. see a few of those snow showers through the day. temperatures holding from the upper 20's to lower 30's. the wind still gusting over 30 miles an hour, adding the extra bite to the air. much more on the chance
in just a bit. let's look at your monday morning ride here in the granite state. we're joined live by deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning. right now the only incident that we're working on is the d.o.t. is out taking care of any icy spots that have accumulated in the overnight hours especially on 93 north, north of tilton and again on interstate 89 as you make your way to the upper valley. they are out there taking care of the roads. just be alert. the spaulding turnpike we are seeing some pockets of heavy congestion. no major incidents in the stretch. 95 is moving well in both directions along the seacoast, heading in to massachusetts. 93 south is heavy and slow. again in woburn by the 95 connector. the report is brought to you by dunkin doe naughts. i'm deb davidson. erin: democratic front runner,
the key endorsement. that's a first for presidential primary politics. sean: the political arm of planned parenthood offered their support yesterday during an event in hooksett. ray brewer is live in manchester to break down the endorsement. good morning, ray. ray: good morning. planned parenthood making the announcement during a campaign event for hillary clinton in southern new hampshire university with hundreds of people in attendance. now this is the first time that the organization has publicly backed a presidential primary. the clinton says she's always fought to protect women's reproductive rights. she could continue the fight in the white house. planned parenthood has become a bit of a lightning rod in the election. the group says its endorsing early in order to remind voters about what it calls extreme positions from republicans on women's health. >> they've all vowed to ban safe and legal abortion. they have pledged to appeal the affordable care act ending
birth control for 55 million women in america. they have sworn to block planned parenthood access for millions of patients in the country? >> planned parenthood should be funded, supported, and appreciated. not undermined, misrepresented, and demonized. i believe -- ray: planned parenthood says it plans to spend $20 million during the 2016 elections. it also says that none of the money will be used to criticize clinton's main opponent in the democratic primary, bernie sanders. live in manchester, wmur news 9. erin: all five paid members of the pro-ben carson super p.a.c. in new hampshire have quit in order to volunteer for the ted cruz campaign. the staff said they decided that cruz is the conservative most likely to win. they also say they were frustrated by the limited time that carson
granite state. this comes less than two weeks after two new hampshire staffers left the carson campaign. the new mayor should look pretty familiar to you. jim donchess was sworn in yesterday. he served as the mayor from 1984 to 1992. twice nashua was named the best place to live in america. this time he says he will focus on fighting the heroin epidemic and the municipal basics. sean: the extradition of el chapo is underway. it could be months before he crosses the border. he was just recaptured after his latest escape from a maximum security prison. stephanie ramos reports. sean: good morning. after his recapture, he may be headed to the united states. the formal start to the extradition process to
begin. "rolling stone" releasing proof of a secret meeting held three months ago between el chapo and sean penn. after running from mexican authorities, he was rearrested on friday after a bloody shootout and escape, whisked away to a waiting chopper while handcuff. his face twisted towards cameras for the world to see. when he wasn't bragging about his drug deals, she was trying to land a movie about his life. specifically for penn and mexican actress super star turned jail pen pal, kate. now that he's back behind bars, penn is under fire. >> if one of the american actors want to go fondle all over a criminal, they have a constitutional light to -- right to do it. i find it grotesque. stephanie: the jail
layers of metal coat the with concrete to prevent him from digging a tunnel and escaping again. stephanie ramos, abc news, washington. erin: a 12-year-old boy is in the hospital with critical injuries after falling through massachusetts. police say that he and a 9-year-old both fell in to the icy water saturday night while playing with friends. two other kids ran to down passing drivers. >> it stays in my head. i can't forget it. it was scary. >> i ran over and hopped over the fence. i ran to the water and started breaking the ice trying to make a path to get to the kid. there was one head bobbing out. i didn't know there was another kid in there. erin: he was able to pull the boy from the water. he says he doesn't know how to swim. counselors and support staff will be available to speak with classmates of the boys. sean: he's a hero. environmental officials will be back after fuel oil spilled in to a pond
firefighters estimate that about 500 gallons of oil spilled after a valve on a pump in the boiler room got stuck. a teacher inside finally smelled something yesterday. officials say damage is minimal. the oil has been contained. it still needs to be cleaned up. erin: still to come on "news 9 daybreak," the dreams are getting a lot bigger. the powerball jackpot is now the largest in world history and it continues to grow. sean: i can get two ferraris now. the national championships are here if you can handle the toboggan course. erin: a major loss in the entertainment world. singer david bowie has 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 11th. snow showers going on from the white mountains northward. there could be
a couple more through the day out west as the brisk winds continue to gust this morning. we'll talk about the colder air rushing in and the one system with a chance of snow to contend with this week in your forecast coming up. erin: looks like it is going to be a pretty sunrise. sean: nice forecast. erin: numbers are mind boggling. no one has won powerball since november. now the jackpot is up to an estimated $1.3 billion. billion with a b. sean: i could deal with that. this is the largest jackpot ever in the world. it is so big that many billboards are listing they can't handle billions. there were five tickets
one was sold at bunny's superette where the lines are still long for tickets. >> it's been really, really, really busy. it's been crazy. the last three or four days. we had to expect more. sean: the next drawing is wednesday night. as always, the odds to win are one in 292 million. they still have a chance. right now the cash payout is $806 million. they expect the jackpot to continue to grow. erin: someone is going to win all of the money. the excitement is starting to grow for something completely different. registration is open for the toboggan championships in camden. hundreds of people rocket down the wooden chute on their sleds. the championships are set for february 5th through the 7th. the number of teens has been capped at 425. we didn't get the "daybreak" team in time apparently. sean: the "daybreak" toboggan team.
reaching all kinds of record territory. now the latest installment is helping launch one of the actors in to the record books too. erin: an accused of jewel thief behind bars. they had a clear you got people working median family income today -- $4,000 less than it was in 1999. the bottom line of this economy is that it is rigged. what this campaign is about is to demand that we create an economy that works for all of us rather than a handful of billionaires. if you work 40 hours a week in america, i'm bernie sanders,
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find the person that killed an american women in florence. 35-year-old artist, ashley olsen, was found dead in her apartment. her neck was bruised and scratches.
autopsy results to confirm how she died. olsen's landlord and boyfriend found her body after not hearing from her for days. sean: the government is
not doing enough to make sure airline pilots maintain the flying skills. many don't get complete training on how to monitor the automated control systems. the rusty manual flying skills could be exposessed if there's ever a problem. new york governor, andrew cuomo, has launched a new initiative to aim to help keep kids from jail. the new york right priorities initiative starts with a major investment in schools, particularly those that are failing. it includes a system to provide jobs to at-risk youth and alternatives to incarceration. the woman accused of stealing millions of dollars in jewelry
due in court today. 24-year-old abigail lee kemp made no attempt to hide her face. she was arrested this weekend in georgia. they also think kemp may have been part of the larger ring funneling stolen goods overseas. erin: star wars continues to rule at the box office. it is moving up. the all time global list, "the force awakens" took in $40 million in the u.s. to bring the total to $812 million. thanks to a big debut in china, the seventh installment is now the third highest grossing film in the world ever. that's also launching actor harrison ford in to record territory. according to box office mojo, his movies have raked in $4.7 billion during his career. that's more than any other actor. of course you have indiana jones and --
pretty good one. erin: what was that? sean: odd file video. kevin: that's some serious mojo. sean: has he done that many bad movies? erin: no. "mosquito coast" maybe. kevin: he doesn't have the one movie. sean: you always bring that up. kevin: did you? it is one of the 15 i've seen. sean: erase that. erin: you've seen "gelee" and not "star wars ." kevin: let's talk about the weather. we have partly cloudy sky. we are setting ourself up for brisk day. winds gusting over 30 miles an hour. the leftover moisture yesterday continuing as the temperatures cool off to freeze in some spots, especially the untreated surfaces, the secretary roads, bridges, overpasses, and bear that in mind as you head out. any moisture out there
frozen with temperatures mark. you'll notice the partly cloudy skies along with the snow showers up north this morning. effect snow going through central parts of new york. it may try to reach its way in to western or the state later this morning. it could mean an isolated inch or two of snow. temperatures from the lower 30's to a few upper 20's. winds sustained at 10-20 plus miles an hour. winds gusting over 25 to even 30 miles an hour. i think this continues through a good part of the day today. still breezy later on tonight. temperatures by mid afternoon settling down in the mid 20's out of the monadnock region to right around the freezing mark closer to the shoreline. either side of 30. again we're going to watch for the potential in the western and northern half of the state for some today. we can't rule out a flurry or two in south eastern areas of the state later today. we'll drop back in the single digits up north as the snow showers on this evening.
we start with sunshine tomorrow morning only to add clouds and light snow right around late afternoon. as you will notice, we'll stop this here at about 9:00 tomorrow morning. light snow is a possibility. a little bit of a mix closer to the shoreline. looks like we'll have some light snow developing just before the evening commute. that would be the biggest impact. from there, you'll notice how quickly it races away tomorrow evening for a quick one to three inches of accumulation. beyond that, back to the fair skies and colder temperatures on wednesday with a good wind. highs will be in the 20's. winds will make it feel more like the teens. winds continuing to gust. that starts to lighten through the evening. down to a much lighter wind later on tonight. high temperatures today where we sit early this morning from the mid to upper 20's to lower range of the 30's by mid afternoon. you'll notice the chance of light snow clearing away on wednesday. looks like fair skies through friday. the next system tries to arrive on saturday.
that might be a mixture of rain or snow depending on what time it arrives and which part of the state you are in ending as snow flakes early on sunday. sean: maybe a good day to stay inside and watch "gelee:2." kevin: or a patriots game. erin: the latter. ray: hillary clinton picks up an historic endorsement while campaigning in new hampshire. planned parenthood announcing their support. this is the first time the organization has backed a candidate in a presidential primary. sean: all five paid members have quit in order to volunteer for the ted cruz campaign. a spokesman for the ben carson staff said they recently decided that cruz is the conservative most likely to win. environmental officials will be back at the richards elementary school in newport after about 500 gallons of oil spilled
sean: a massive octopus has invaded a community in minnesota thanks to three brothers. erin: they made the monster out of snow. look at it. the brothers make a new sculpture every year to charity. this year they are donating the money to help bring clean water to haiti. it took them 500 hours to make that octopus. apparently they do have a lot of snow in minnesota to make this. sean: enough to work with. they did a good job. erin: it is wonderful.
come true in iowa thanks to some creative nurses. erin: a little girl at the iowa children's hospital is battling cancer and has never been able to play in the snow. bella was glued to the window. her nurses gathered up a pile of it and brought it inside. she got to make a snowman which she named olaf which is her favorite character from "frozen." definitely made that little girl's week, month, year -- she even tasted it too. sean: you've got to eat the snow. erin: a little snowball fight as well. sean: coming up, a great concert this weekend. inside home depot thanks to creative local stars. erin: do you feel like you
>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: good morning to you. on this monday, january 11th. beautiful skies out there along the seacoast. and we did
have all of that rain out there yesterday. it looks like we're going to get a little snow in the seven day forecast. sean: it's been windy too. eversource is reporting over 600 outages. in a moment. first the top stories. hillary clinton picked up a big endorsement in planned parenthood says it is putting its full support behind the candidate. donald trump is returning to the granite state today. and a massachusetts man accused of killing his daughter is scheduled to be arraigned on a murder charge.
the rain did wash away the snow. kevin: one to two inches. the winds already gusting yesterday. they are now out of the west. light snow from the mountains up through the great north woods. a few more possible in to the afternoon. the winds currently still gusting over 30 miles an hour this morning. going to be a brisk day with a couple of snow showers. partly to mostly sunny elsewhere. erin: all right. we want to check the morning. hooksett. and this is the live look at 93. kevin: 30 degrees there. for a look at the morning drive, we're joined live by deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning, kevin and erin. all major roads are moving very well and
are completely up to speed. we just need to remind you to be alert of the d.o.t. flashing boards. they are alerting motorists of possible black ice that does
of tilton and around the upper valley on interstate 89. other than that, everything looks great now if you are commuting i to massachusetts, we have some big problems on 93 south. there's a crash at exit 46 where the shoulder is blocked.
at exit 44, there's a disabled vehicle in the left lane. as a result, traffic is backed up, starting at exit 47. then it is very slow through woburn from north of exit 39 to south of exit 35 also some pretty heavy volume on route three south. this report is brought to you by dunkin' donuts. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: we're following breaking news in the entertainment world this morning. sean: david bowie passed away overnight. changes, changes turn and face the strain sean: yeah.
songs. he died piecefully and surrounded by family. bowie turned 69 on friday. the same day he released a new album called black star. his career spanned more than four decades. erin: democratic presidential hopeful, hillary clinton, has been endorsed by the political arm of planned parenthood. sean: this is the first time the organization has endorsed a candidate in a presidential primary. ray brewer live outside of the planned parenthood in manchester to tell us more about historic endorsement. ray? ray: they made the announcement on sunday during an event at southern new hampshire university. the organization says it is putting its full support behind hillary clinton. >> as your president, i will always have your back. ray: in front of more than 500 supporters, democratic presidential candidate, hillary clinton, accepted the
>> planned parenthood should be funded, supported, and appreciated. not undermined, misrepresenting, and demonized. ray: the former secretary of state says she has always fought to protect women's reproductive rights. fight. >> if a republican wins the election and gets the chance to stack the supreme court with right wing justices, together they will accelerate the move to take america in the wrong direction on so
many issues that you and i have fought for and that many americans now take for granted. ray: her endorsement announced by cecil rogers. >> we don't need just a friend. we need a fighter. she understands the lives of women. she's been fighting for women and families her
ray: richards says the organization is making the announcement
because of the extreme views from the republicans. >> they have banned safe and legal abortion, they have crusaded to end the affordable care act ending access to birth control for 55 million women, and they have sworn to back access. ray: planned parenthood plans to spend $30 million. none of the money will be used to criticize vermont senator, bernie sanders. live in manchester, ray brewer. sean: thanks. republican presidential candidate, donald trump, will be back in new hampshire today. he's hosting a town hall meeting at the banquet center? windham. that starts at 11:00. he got a lot of football fans talking in nevada. he took aim at the sport saying football is just
>> you used to
see the tackles. it was incredible to watch; right? now they tackle. oh, head-on-head collision. 15 yard -- the whole game is screwed up. wow. what a tackle. bing. flag. football has become soft. football has become soft. now, i'll be criticized for that. isn't that terrible. but football has become soft like our country has become soft. it is true. sean: trump added that he rarely watches football. erin: fire officials are trying to figure out what sparked an overnight fire that badly damaged a business. it broke out about around at the full service salon and tanning. they say the salon was filled with smoke when they arrived. the sprinkler system had put out the flames. firefighters say it appears the fire started in the mare cutting area. no one was hurt. the fire is not considered to be suspicious. a suspected drug
face the judge today. 31-year-old everton sterling of new york was arrested in portsmouth in a hotel on charges of possession of drugs with the intent to police say during a search of his person and hotel room officers found $16,000 worth of cocaine, some marijuana, and $2,500 in cash. sterling is scheduled to be arraigned later this morning. sean: a man accused of killing a little girl in more than is due in court today. michael mccarthy is scheduled to be arraigned on a murder charge. authorities say he killed his girlfriend's 2-year-old daughter, 2-year-old bella bond. her body was found last june. her mother, rachelle bond, is accused of being an an accessory after murder. mccarthy's lawyer claims he knew nothing about her death claiming the mother said she was taken away by the state.
have prompted the university to get prepared. they spent the weekend training for an active shooter scenario. they used the memorial campus building while the students are on break. the training is constantly evolving. >> we review every single shooting that happens anywhere in the united states. we look at our plans and how we would respond to those things. this is part of the planning process in our training. erin: the u.n.h. police chief also offering a class for students and faculty. each time a shooting takes place, the participation increases. sean: a six-year study on moose mortality in northern new hampshire. to better understand why moose populations are declining. fish and game officials
berlin, mylin, and arrol may notice helicopters in the next few weeks. erin: recycled percussion performed at the home depot on south willow street. the band rocked out on a stage made of plywood. they have been performing in new hampshire for the last week, selling 5,000 tickets to ten shows around the state. the founder, justin spencer, who is originally from goffstown, says he wanted to find a way to thank the fans. >> this is so cool. people take the time to come spend their sunday afternoon with you. it is humbling. it means the world to us. only new hampshire is like that. this is great. erin: justin started the band in the 1990's for a high school talent show. they now have a permanent show out in las vegas. as i mentioned before, they were able to find a lot of the materials there for the home depot. sean: i would imagine they love
restaurant opens up oversea. where inmates are serving up gourmet meals to the public inside a jail. vermont. a dog is back home after he disappeared more than half a year ago. kevin: more snow chances in the forecast. all of the details coming up. 6:40. you are find your sweet spot today with dunkin's chicken apple sausage sandwich. enjoy sweet apple and savory sausage together for under 400 calories.
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kevin: starting off monday morning with partly cloudy skies. temperatures holding steady or slipping by a little bit. upper 20's to lower half of the 30's. busty westerly winds along with a few more snow showers. details on another snow chance in the forecast coming up. sean: let's get to some breaking news that we're following. a nashua man is accused of driving while intoxicated when he crashed in to a church in hudson early this morning. erin: 47-year-old eddie garcia lost control going around a corner and hit a support column for the front entrance to the hudson community church. his jeep then crashed through the window of the church and ended up inside. garcia was not hurt. sean: president obama will
erin: in a video posted on whitehouse.gov the president reflects and looks ahead to his speech. >> i don't think i've ever been more optimistic about a year ahead than i am right now. in what free moments i can take right now, i'm working on my state of the union address. it is my last one. as i'm writing, i keep thinking about the road that we've traveled together these past seven years. the people i've met, the stories that you've shared, the remarkable things that you've done to make change happen. erin: president obama is inviting two dozen guests to sit with the first lady at his final state of the union address. one seat will be empty to represent the victims of gun violence. one of the leading addiction experts will be attending the address. kelly ayotte has invited dr. savage to attend.
director of the dartmouth addiction and recovery center. watch the live state of the union address right here on wmur tomorrow night. sean: dozens of people were trapped inside a burning hotel. the fire broke out yesterday morning at the country motor lodge in sturbridge. all 16 guest rooms for destroyed. some vehicles parked outside were damaged. several guests, including member of a wedding party had to be helped out of the building. some of them say they never heard an alarm. >> it was horrible. i mean i'll never want to stay in a hotel again. ever. the fact that the smoke detectors didn't go out. sean: other guests say they did hear smoke alarms. the cause of the fire remains under investigation. it may have been started by a cigarette in a trash bin. erin: a recent study shows that the size of your server at a restaurant may impact how much food you eat. a study by cornell
likely to order more food and beverages if the server is overweight. diners served by someone with a high body mass index were four times more likely to order dessert. sean: speaking of dining out, a unique restaurant is open for business in italy. this is the first restaurant opened up inside a jail. instead of typical servers, inmates present gourmet food. the goal is to each them skills to help them land a job once they are released. only two of the staff members are not inmates. the restaurant is named galera which means in jail in italian. the celtics were in memphis taking on the grizzlies. boston lost four of the last five games. in the third court, the celtics were up by 17 when aye say thomas
memphis ended up winning 101-98. the celtics play the knicks tomorrow. erin: the dartmouth hockey team played host to holy cross. they got all they needed in the first period. josh hartley scored. 1-0. brett patterson scored twice. dartmouth won it 5-2. sean: the college football national championship gets underway tonight. with that in mind, we're featuring the slide show of tailgating by the numbers. here are some fun facts. 18% of football fans tailgate before the game. $31.21 was the average cost to park at an nfl stadium last year. 63% of grill owners named burgers as their favorite tailgating food. sausage is always good. 10% of tailgaters don't go in to the game it. you think sausages, ribs, it is all kinds of good food.
it's been a great season weather-wise. kevin: it has. there's been a couple where there's been some heavy rain. we skew cold for most of this week with a couple of disturbances we are tracking. the first one giving us the chance of light snow tomorrow afternoon. could be a quick one to three inches. it is a quick moving. it is isn't going to last more than six to eight hours. it could be around for the evening commute tomorrow. it will continue today with snow shower activity. temperatures hovering within a few degrees of 30. feeling much colder than that with the wind. remaining chilly through friday. you can see how skies have cleared nicely. we continue
to have the snow showers up north. westerly wind through the day may send some of the lake effect snow you are seeing back to the west in to western or north western parts of the state in to the afternoon. then the next disturbance rounding the bin this morning. it arrives here tomorrow afternoon with more light snow chances. temperatures within a
freezing mark. this means any moisture left in area roadways will have a chance to dry up before
temperatures drop below freezing. could be slick in a few spots. otherwise some sunshine for the southern half of the state and kind of a back and forth in to the and sun. up north, the occasional morning. i the those have a tendency to keep going. the winds still gusting at times over 30 miles an hour this morning. we'll continue to see the brick winds through the day. remaining breezy later tonight. afternoon anywhere from the upper half of the southern areas. the wind is going to make it feel colder than that through the partial sunshine. this is the line of lake effect snow that at least future cast is thinking could survive the trip all the way over the green mountain ofs. there's the potential for central and northern state.
temperatures fall off. tomorrow look for a general increase in clouds. as we stop this for you, light snow around. this could be around for the evening commute as well. it will be more of a wintry mix. a quick one to three inches of snow a possibility. it is gone later on tuesday evening as quickly as it arrives tomorrow afternoon. from there, fair skies, brisk conditions for wednesday, highs in the 20's. wind chills in the teens. then we remain chilly through the end of the week. a couple of snow showers out west. we drop back between the upper single digits later on tonight to lower 20's closer to the shoreline. extended forecast has the light snow chance. only real impact here could be the evening commute especially if it gets going by 2:00 or 3:00 or 4:00. it is a quick one to three inches of snow. it is fair skies through the end of the week. the next system will be a system trying to ride of the east coast. could be a mixture of rain or snow.
after tomorrow's light snow for the end of the week. sean: could be some tricky driving. kevin: could be. especially if it gets here early enough. sean: a vermont dog disappeared and is now back home with its owners. in june of 2014, the dog's owner went off of the road and hit a tree. murphy was stunned. there had been sightings of him throughout the 559 days he was missing. no one could catch him. finally he walked in to a backyard trap and was later returned and reunited with his owner. it is a great ending to the story. erin: thankfully after all of the time. sean: 559 days.
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erin: it is now 6:54. updating our top stories. sean: we're following some breaks news out of hudson. a jeep crashed in to the hudson community church around 5:00 this morning. about two hours ago. the jeep hit a column that supports the main entrance to the church and slammed through the glass window before stopping inside the building. the driver, eddie garcia, was arrested on a charge of dwi. erin: fire officials are trying to figure out what sparked an overnight fire. the fire broke out around 3:00 this morning. no one was hurt. the fire is not considered to be suspicious. sean: a man accused of killing a little girl in massachusetts is due in court today. michael mccarthy is scheduled to be arraigned on a murder charge. he killed bella bond. her body was found in june. erin: environmental officials
gallons of fuel spilled in to a pond yesterday. firefighters say a valve in a pump in the boiler room got stuck. kevin: partial sunshine this morning for central and southern areas. up in the north country, we still have light snowfalling. everyone is in on the wind. it is still gusting out of the west. a few more snow showers through the afternoon. some light snow a possibility tomorrow afternoon. could be a quick hit of one to three inches of accumulation for a six to eight-hour period. remaining cold with fair skies through the end of the week. sean: something you need to know if you are heading home from work. erin: definitely. coming up this morning, they are going to have the latest details on the capture of el chapo, including a look at how actor sean penn connected with him while the drug lord was on the run. sean: apparently he was looking to get a movie made about his life.