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>> chino hills! chino hills! erin: celebrations after several winning tickets in the powerball jackpot were sold, but now the search is on for the winners. >> it was a wide range of vaccines that were impacted by this event. sean: hundreds of children may need to get new vaccinations after a storage problem at a hospital in lebanon. kevin: a fairly quiet end to the week. we are tracking the storm possibilities ahead.
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month was expensive. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 daybreak. erin: good morning, new hampshire. thanks for waking up with us. sean: hi there, everybody. you may want to bundle the kids that this morning -- up this morning. kevin: single digits below zero in the north country. single digits and teens elsewhere. don' them fluttering around. we are not expecting accumulation out of that. snow showers will be in southern parts of the state in the morning and in the afternoon later in the day up north. a look ahead to the changes for the weekend coming up. let' s stick a look at your thursday morning ride. wzid'
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good thursday morning. deb: good thursday morning, kevin. we still have that incident in londonderry at route 128. it is closed in both directions between victoria and shasta. police are on the scene helping with detours and traffic. the open road tolling lanes on interstate 93 north and south will be closed for maintenance today. all major roads in new hampshire are moving well and up to speed. if you are heading into massachusetts, we are seeing typical delays on 93 south. from the wzid traffic network, i' m deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: thank you. the search is on for several winners in last night' s massive powerball jackpot. winning tickets were sold in california, tennessee, and florida. the owners will share nearly
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sean: we will find out who they are. there were tickets worth $1 million each in massachusetts. lauren lister is in chino hills where one of the jackpot tickets was sold. >> can you believe in america? a world record jackpot is coming to you right now. lauren: it was the $1 billion moment people were waiting for. >> your winning powerball number. it is the number 10 tonight. lauren: that moment undoubtedly changing the life of the lucky powerball player who bought one of the winning tickets here at this chino hills, california 711. crowds of people showing up after it was revealed. [cheering] >> i' m very happy. i' m very excited. >> it is almost like we won because our community did.
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tickets ahead of the drawing selling at $1.3 million per minute during the rush hour. >> this is the winner. lauren: drawing long lines, inspiring people to cross state borders from powerball-free nevada and to california. crossing national borders in the case of canadians. more than 300 million tickets sold wednesday, almost one for every person in the country. for a prize that got too big to fit on billboards. the cash value does come close. lottery officials reporting that it does come out to $983.5 million. the winner here will split the jackpot with other winners in states. there are two others that we know of -- in florida and tennessee. sean: we will keep you updated. meantime, hundreds of children
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because of a problematic hospital in western new hampshire. erin: alice peck day memorial hospital recently discovered a problem with how their vaccines were being stored and they are putting out a warning. ray brewer is here to explain. ray: the ceo at alice peck day memorial hospital says some of the vaccines at the hospital were not sort of the correct or consistent temperature. the hospital has contacted the families of more than 800 patients asking them to bring their children into get new shots. officials stressed that the effect of vaccines are not dangerous or all, but may simply be less effective. they say there is no danger from getting a second vaccine. the problem went from september 2014 to october 2015. >> they are going to look at it -- at the record of every child. >> we made a number of process
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community care center to improve our ability to store vaccines. ray: hospital officials say there was a problem with some of their refrigerators, but it is not clear what caused those problems. there have been no reports of patients contracting diseases that would have been prevented by the vaccines. reporting in the steward -- studio, ray brewer. sean: investigators have identified the man killed in a fire in grafton. the state fire marshal' s office says john connell had been living in the church and died of smoke and elation.
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escaped with minor injuries after crashing a fire truck. no one else was in the truck. erin: the city of keene is sending a bill of $50,000 to liberty utilities after a problem caused liberty to send pure propane to more than 1200 customers, instead of a mix, raising concerns about carbon monoxide. liberty will evaluate the bill and take action. sean: we are less than a month from new hampshire' s first in the nation primary, but all eyes turned to south carolina tonight for the republican debate hosted by fox business. seven candidates will take part in the primetime event, which is the smallest stage so far in the gop race. rand paul is asking party leaders to let him on the main stage based on a new poll in iowa, even though it was released after the deadline.
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only candidate in new hampshire today. he has a press conference in hanover to announce a new endorsement and then lead a town hall hosted by dartmouth college. erin: former president bill clinton was back in the granite last night. he start -- stopped in keene, claremont, and hanover. the area is now hotly contested with bernie sanders and hillary clinton in a tight race. >>' clinton country? >> i hope so. hillary loves it. you have always been good to me. it is a big challenge. erin: as election day draws closer, bill clinton will be out on the campaign trail more and new hampshire. on the primary source section of, we break down what to
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tonight and we look at the back-and-forth battle between hillary clinton and bernie sanders. sean: still to come, learning to play and playing to learn. designers hope a new indoor playground will help produce young scientists. erin: several people are dead after a series of attacks in indonesia overnight including three explosions. sean: the right place at the
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kevin: we start off in the teens to new 20 degrees with clouds and a couple of flurries and light snow showers out there. we are going to look for the same blend of sunshine and
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temperatures in the 20' s to low 30' s. we work our way into the weekend. sean: there is a big push to improve the stem areas in schools -- science, technology, engineering, and math. erin: work is underway on a new exam it -- exhibit in burlington, vermont. the indoor playground features a treehouse and ship and a whole lot more for kids to learn as they play. on board the ship, kids six years old can act like an engineer or research scientist. sean: i think i want to play there. a bristol man thought a recent phone call was a prank, but it turned out to be true. he just won the sailor jerry sweepstakes from the new hampshire liquor commission. his prize was in 1966 custom
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that thing is pretty cool. erin: it is. you will definitely see him coming. coming up, one of the biggest companies in the world is moving to boston, bringing hundreds of jobs to the city. sean: it has been a rough few months for chipotle, but "beth" by kiss beth, i hear you calling... but i can't come home right now... me and the boys
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... all night text beth, what can i do... [siri:] message. pick up milk. oh, right. milk. introducing the newly redesigned passat. from volkswagen. you got people working incredibly long hours. 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 an economy that works rather than a handful of billionaires. if you work 40 hours a week
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you should not live in poverty. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. sean: several people are dead after a series of explosions in downtown jakarta, indonesia. a gunbattle broke out with police. five attackers, believed to be islamic militants, are among the dead.
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a massive rescue effort is underway in the french alps after an avalanche engulfed a group of students. two teens and a skier from ukraine is confirmed dead. ten people were caught up in the slide on a closed slope near the ski resort. the area was closed due to fresh snow that raised the risk of an avalanche. police in italy have arrested a man in connection with the strangulation death of an american woman. ashley olsen was killed with a cord or rope and also suffered a fractured skull after a night of drinking and drugs. police have dna evidence in the case and that she was seen and surveillance cameras leaving a disco with the suspect and go into her apartment. erin: after four decades and it -- in connecticut, general electric is moving north to boston' s seaport district. they will complete the move by 2018. it is unclear how many of the
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and how many will be transfers. >> one of the busiest cities in the country' s one it comes to economic development -- we are one of the safest cities in america. >> this is a great place not for the next five years, but for the next 50 years. erin: ge will get $150 million in tax breaks and incentives from the city and state over the coming years. chipotle says it will start a new marketing campaign next month in an effort to win back customers following a series of food scares. sales plunged 30% in december after an e. coli outbreak and a nora virus problem in boston. the company is taking new steps to ensure the safety of its food and the new marketing campaign will include tv commercials, newspaper ads, and direct mailings. sean: you might need some spicy food to warm you up this morning.
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of the notches with the clear skies. central and southern areas have clouds moving in. kind of a seasonably chilly start to the day. we are expecting a couple of flurries or snow showers focused in southern areas of the state. temperatures today are pretty close to the norms this time of year. it is going to come with a much lighter wind out there today. winds yesterday were gusting over 35-40 miles per hour and even higher atop mount washington. fair skies for tomorrow. temperatures will jump back to the low and mid 30' s. the system for saturday will be making its closest pass to us on saturday morning. most of the tracks have shoved that a little bit farther to the east and away from us, leaving the greatest effects further to our south and east, leaving us with a google -- little bit of
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not all of that is reaching the ground. the system is just now getting going in the gulf of mexico. we are trying to track something that does not develop for a couple of days more. it is starting to develop and the location helps. the computer maps are trying to pin down where it is going to actually go and how close it will be to us. if you flurries for southern areas. a couple of snow showers up north. single digits below zero north of the notches. we are in the single digits in some of the lower valleys. we are in the teens junior 20 degrees elsewhere. certainly colder than we were yesterday at this time, but a much lighter wind.
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into the afternoon. with last wind, it will -- less wind, it will feel warmer into the afternoon. we will try to tease 30 in southern areas. eventually give way to occasional snow showers up north later this afternoon. a lighter winds tonight. tomorrow, a little bit milder. the best chance of precipitation over the weekend will be saturday morning. we could have a little bit of light snow or a light wintry mix. beyond that, the wind picks up on monday and colder air rushes in. sean: saturday is not looking totally stormy. kevin: no, not a huge hit of accumulation. still a little bit of light precipitation. erin: one will come eventually. sean: let'
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ray: 800 children may have get revaccinated. the ceo at alice peck day memorial hospital said some of the vaccines at the hospital were not store that correct or consistent temperatures which means they could be ineffective. the problem spanned from september 2014 to october 2015. sean: investigators have identified the man killed in the fire in grafton. s office says the body of 57-year-old john connell was found inside the historic church building on tuesday. three winning tickets were sold in last night' s historic powerball drawing. they will share nearly $1.6 billion. either way, three winning tickets. erin: you are getting a lot of coming up, students in minnesota
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kevin: a live look from the charter trust building. clouds, a few flurries out there. we are looking at that chance of a few passing snow showers out there today. we will talk about an approaching system for the weekend coming up in a few minutes. erin: the kicker for the minnesota vikings is getting a pick me up after missing a potentially game-winning field goal. sean: a group of kindergartners decided to use the game is a lesson about empathy and they had students write cars and letters to blair walsh. they told him to keep trying and even made some artwork. it will be sent to walsh this week.
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they could have scored some touchdowns. erin: i think that is going to definitely brighten his day. whack' s sculptures -- wax sculptures says his debts are incredibly lifelike, but an artist says his sculptures are more real. sean: he uses latex and uses real hair for eyebrows. those are cool. he says you can even see the pores in the skin. each statue costs $1200 to make and four months to complete. those are pretty cool. erin: that is amazing. coming up, bowling one perfect game is not easy. one man did not stop at one or two in a row. sean: granny is considered the
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cordes: most nurses are tough. they're problem-solvers. they like making things better. people don't have access to healthcare because they just can't afford it. bernie sanders understands how pharmaceutical companies and major medical companies are ripping us off.
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and he's been consistent. he understands that the system is rigged, and he's the only one who can bring real change. i'm bernie sanders,
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marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... then he flipped, and worked with liberal chuck schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it. and then voted for it. he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. marco rubio. just another washington politician you can't trust. jeb bush. he's a leader, so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa is responsible for the
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 daybreak. sean: good morning to you. we are almost halfway through the month. if you can believe that. another cold start. erin: we do have some snow in the forecast for the weekend. kevin has details coming up. first, top stories. alice peck day memorial hospital in lebanon is asking that more than 800 children get revaccinated after officials discovered that some of the hospital' s vaccines were not stored at the correct
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lookout for a thief that stole a car that had the keys left inside and later crashed it. people in three states will be sharing the largest powerball jackpot in history after winning last night' s $1.5 billion drawing. sean: i just wanted $1 million of it. i don' t need anything more than a huge slice of that type. kevin: it was an enormous pie. sean: what kind of tire we talking about? --kevin: we start off with some flurries. teens to start for most. climbing into the 20' s to lower 30' s in the afternoon. sean: let' s check out the roads. maybe get the heat on in the car. kevin: 40 look at the morning
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s deb davidson. good morning. deb: good morning, kevin and sean. we are beginning to see building volume in both directions. there are no major incidents to slow you down at this time. the one major incident we have had all morning long remains 128 in londonderry. one lane is open between fieldstone and shasta due to an early morning crash that took down power lines. police are on the scene assisting with traffic. keep in mind that the open road tolling lanes will be open in hooksett. from the wzid traffic network, i' m deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: three people at least are waking up multimillionaires this largest powerball jackpot in lottery history. erin: winning tickets for the
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tennessee. here is a look at the winning numbers. the powerball number was 10. no winning tickets were sold in new hampshire, but to $1 million winners were sold in massachusetts. sean: there are plenty of small prizes. erin: some happy people this morning. a local hospital has sent an important warning to hundreds of patients. sean: alice peck day memorial hospital discovered that some of its vaccines were not being stored properly. hospital officials are asking 800 children to get revaccinated. ray: the ceo of alice peck day memorial hospital says some of the hospital' s deck scenes were not stored at the correct temperature -- vaccines were not stored at the correct temperature. >> if there is any question about the effectiveness, you
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ray: alice peck day memorial hospital contacted the families of more than 800 patients, asking them to bring their children in to get new shots, which is a huge undertaking. >> they are going to have to child to determine which set of vaccines the child will have to get. ray: the problem occurred from september 2014 to october 2015. the hospital ceo says the affected vaccines are not harmful, but could provide less immunity to the disease. >> is there any danger of getting a second shot? >> that is a good question and one that has come up before. what we understand is that there is not any danger to repeat vaccinations and that it is safer to re-vaccinate them to allow a child to go with a potentially ineffective vaccine. ray: she gave no details on how the refrigeration mistake
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would not comment on whether hospital employees have been reprimanded. >> what i can say is that we made a number of process and system changes at the community care center to improve our ability to store vaccines. ray: so far, there have not been any reports of patients coming down with vaccine-preventable diseases after receiving the immunizations. sean: belmont police are trying to track down the thief they stay -- say stole a car and crashed it. the car was stolen between tuesday night and wednesday morning. the keys had been left inside. around 11 yesterday morning, someone reported that a car had struck a rock on shaker road. when officers arrived, the driver was gone. erin: salem police say a man was rescued from his burning car after it caught fire when he
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morning at a home on crescent street. the driver had taken heroin and was headed to work when he passed out behind the wheel while the car was in the garage. >> it appears as if his foot got stuck on the accelerator pedal, which caused the engine to overheat, eventually causing it to ignite on fire. the salem fire department should receive kudos. they had no idea that anyone was in there. they came upon him and took lifesaving measures to save the victim and the residents. erin: the man suffered burns to his lungs and carbon monoxide poisoning, but he is in stable condition. sean: a woman from bethlehem was killed in a car accident in vermont. kelly may was not wearing a seatbelt when she lost control of her car. she was thrown from the vehicle and died at the scene. the roads were covered in snow and ice at the time. erin: a barlett man is accused
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william alexander was arrested on 10 felony counts and had been under investigation since march of last year. sean: state lawmakers are considering a measure that would create a death benefit for school employees killed in the line of work. the bill sponsor says her proposal would authorize the state treasurer to pay $1000 -- $10,000 to the family members of any school employee who dies well carrying out his or her duties. erin: the department of transportation is holding a meeting on proposed improvements to a busy intersection in meredith. the improvements would be made to the intersections of routes 3 and 25. plans include updating traffic signals, installing a pedestrian signal, and including sidewalks. sean: a fish and game officer used a unique strategy to help a
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the moose slipped while being chased by a dog in deerfield. a conservation officer was called out to help. he crept out on the ice, which made the moose angry. when the officer started clapping his hands, the moose got more upset and finally stood. the officer waved his arms and yelled until the moose got up and went into the woods. erin: fish and game will take part in a reality tv series from the same entertainment group behind the animal planet show "northwood laws ." the director hopes they will increase awareness on the jobs conservation officers do. in nine months. sean: coming up, the mystery massachusetts. >> it was a sad time, a time
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sean: researchers have confirmed the site of more than a dozen hangings stemming from the salem witch trials. erin: a bizarre situation in rhode island. a city worker has died after she allegedly asked a man to dress up as a -- an elderly woman. kevin: the effects on the she's always stood strong... get the job done. hillary clinton.
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on women's rights... ...went toe to toe with russia on human rights. the drug and insurance companies spent millions against her... ...but hillary didn't quit until eight million children got health care. i've never been called a quitter and i won't quit on you. she's got what it takes to do the toughest job in the world. i'm hillary clinton and
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kevin: starting off with quite a few clouds. we have had a couple of flurries and light snow showers in southern areas of the state. clouds will fill in with a few flurries or snow showers up there. 20' s to lower 30' s today. a moderating trend before we get to the weekend. sean: the first debate of the new year takes place tonight. the republican candidates for president will square off again, but it could be a game changer with voting commencing in just over two weeks. nikole killion is live in washington to tell us what we can expect. good morning. nikole: hey, good morning, sean. this is the republicans' six debate, but the first one of 2016.
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republican hopefuls are slated to appear in prime time. >> i think this debate gets the race moving into 2016. nikole: expect all eyes on the two candidates tangled in a net and grace in iowa, where voting begins in just over two weeks. the candidates through down the goblet ahead of tonight costs tussle, with ted cruz' s citizenship. >> you cannot run. you can' t be born in canada. >> i like donald. the legal question is quite straightforward. nikole: as the other candidates jockey for position, one is clamoring to get back in the mix. >> we do not think anybody should be able to characterize our debate as anything less than first-tier. nikole: rand paul pushing to be allowed on the main stage.
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it is the network saying you are you want. nikole: paul as asked the debate host, fox business network, and second chance. erin: researchers have confirmed the site of 19 hangings in salem, massachusetts back in 1692. a memorial will be placed on the site known as proctors ledge. researchers have been trying to pinpoint the site since 2010. they used written witness accounts and advanced mapping technology. the city plans to commemorate what happened and why with a plaque. >> to ignore knowledge the bravery of -- acknowledge the bravery of the people who kept
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m not a witch" and kept not being believed. erin: no remains were found. experts say families took their loved ones away for private burials. sean: a city worker in cranston, rhode island is off the job following a bizarre stunt. she allegedly had a man pretends to be an elderly woman. sue stenhouse was promoting a snow angel program, which is courage is volunteers -- encourages volunteers to dig out after snowstorms. she allegedly asked a man to dress up as an old woman because she did not have an elderly person to stand next to her. i don' t understand why you would do that. she resigned. erin: a man made a bold move while police were searching for him. he sent them a selfie because he was not happy with the mug shot they were using. [laughter] erin: he was wanted for failing to appear in court on charges of driving while intoxicated.
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department' s social media pages with a caption that read "here is a better photo -- that one is terrible." he was eventually arrested and police believe the selfie led to his capture. [laughter] sean: #boldmove. [laughter] erin: the boston bruins took on the flyers last night. sean: loui eriksson scored to give boston a 2-1 lead. the flyers tied up and scored again with less than a minute and a half and they won the game 3-2. erin: the celtics hosted the indiana pacers at the td garden last night. isaiah thomas hit a three-pointer, putting the celtics up. he scored a total of 28 points in the game. george chill try to save the
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the celtics turned it on in the final minutes and ended up winning the game 103-94. sean: a man in pennsylvania beat the odds when he bowled three perfect games in a row. dale gerhardt scored a 900 series during a bowling league match after throwing all strikes in the back-to-back games. he says he did not concentrate on the score and did not realize what was happening at first. >> one site cnet, then it hit me right there. i said, oh my god, i just threw a dream. something you just dream about. sean: the united states bowling congress, which regulates bowling leagues, says it needs to review gerhardt' s status to recognize his accomplishment. if verified, he will be the 28th person to throw three perfect games in a row. erin: that is awesome. i think if you do think about it, you are bound to mess it up
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it will get in your head. kevin: that is impressive. to say the least. we start off with a live look at top mount washington. yesterday, there were guests over 100 miles per hour. this morning, it has been ice, fog, and blowing snow. we still have some gusts over 50 miles per hour with the temperature at -11. this gives you an indication of the blowing snow blowing pretty hard. we start off early on with a look at your weather headlines. us. we will have a little bit of sunshine at times. hampshire will be this morning. better chances for the north afternoon. fair skies for tomorrow as we moderate the temperatures ahead of the next system that arrives by saturday. i think the best chances will be saturday morning. you will notice early this
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through southern new hampshire. we are not expecting any accumulation for the morning commute. further north, skies have been clear, but more clouds will fill in. we have been talking all week about a system down through the gulf of mexico developing. it is now finally starting to do that. that as it continues to track northeast. we are going to tell a big tail as to what we see here centered around saturday morning. if you flurries for southern areas. it back and forth between clouds and sunshine. temperatures start in the teens to near 20 degrees. the further north you go, it is single digits and single digits below zero. we continue to see more clouds move in and the better chance of snow showers in the north country into the afternoon.
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out of the southwest only going at around 5-10 miles per hour. you can pick your location here and you see the back and forth into the evening. from there, we dropback into the teens to near 20 degrees later tonight. we likely start friday with a little bit of sun. the clouds start to win out into the afternoon. the clouds will only thicken later friday evening. this is one of about nine computer maps that we look at to give you a timeline. this overplays the amount of state. it will be light rain or light areas. i think a lot of that will be focused on the saturday morning time frame with it pulling away during the afternoon with the heaviest portion of that storm staying to our south and east. seasonably chilly later on
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digits, teens, and lower 20' s. we are little but milder with clouds moving in on saturday. the light mix of rain and snow on saturday before pulling away early on saturday morning. sean: not the huge storm. kevin: we miss this by about 75 miles, the heaviest. erin: a woman considered the oldest teacher in america just celebrated her 102nd birthday. she still works 35 hours per week teaching cooking and selling at a new jersey private school -- suing -- sewing at a new jersey private school. she did not start teaching until she was 81 years old. >> my favorite part of teaching here is taking care of the children. i made all of the aprons for the clean. school play.
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erin: her daughter is an art teacher at the school and they drive to work each and every day . how awesome is that? sean: one way to spend time with family. no doubt. still to come, a final check on your top stories, including a warning from a hospital in
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you got people working incredibly long hours. 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, you should not live in poverty. i'm bernie sanders,
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erin: updating our top stories. sean: a local hospital has sent an important warning to hundreds of patients. alice peck day memorial hospital says that vaccines were not stored at a consistent or correct temperature and that means they could be ineffective. the hospital has contacted the family of more than 800 patients. erin: the car was stolen sometime between tuesday night the keys had been left inside. sean: investigators have
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fire in grafton. the fire marshal says the body of 57-year-old john connell was found inside the historic church building on tuesday. no word on what caused the fire. erin: a woman from bethlehem was killed in a car accident in vermont. 47-year-old kelly may was not wearing a seatbelt when she lost control of a car in marshfield. she died at the scene. kevin: we start off early this morning with a lookup in the north country at clear skies. with clouds in southern areas, there are a few flurries flying around that back and forth between clouds, the son, and snow showers continues into the afternoon. the main push of the heaviest portion will be passing to the south and east on saturday morning. we could still see a little bit of light snow or a wintry mix. just not a huge storm system for us. we have a few flurries up in the
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erin: we will stay tuned on that front and see if anything changes. coming up, the latest on the largest jackpot in powerball history. three tickets were sold in california, florida, and tennessee. they will all be splitting the $1.5 billion prize. they won last night' s record breaker of a jackpot. sean: i' m hoping that this was a group of people. split up the money. everybody is happy.
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