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and say loudly and clearly, "enough is enough." i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. hayley: now at noon, quiet weekend weather as a massive storm passes to our south. we can see the flurries and when the temperatures warm up a bit. sean: while the storm is missing t so lucky. state of emergency. more of snow. just scrambling to try to transfer. sean: people across the country trying to make it to their destinations before the heavy snowfall. already thousands of flights are cancelled. we take a look at how it' s impacting manchester airport. and as the iowa caucuses quickly approach, top candidates on both
[captioning performed by the national captioning institute, caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 at noon. sean: good afternoon on this i' friday. sean mcdonald. right now, millions of people across the country are getting ready for snow. here in the granite state temperatures remain cold, but right now there is no sign of snow. meteorologist hayley lapoint joins us now with what we can expect today and a look at how the storm will impact us. hayley: some of the lake is freezing over, certainly not the entire lake just yet, but look at this thing. this is a massive nor' easter that has formed and matured. it is still intensifying, if you can believe that. you have got ice into the carolinas and very heavy snow making its way into washington, d.c. the thing is, we have high pressure over us, so that will be our protector over the next
if you want to do skiing, but this one will be a miss. 25 in concord and laconia, 24 degrees in the upper valley. with the winds that are still than accurate i will have more minutes. a lot. and while the storm might miss are bracing for the potentially historic winter storm. right now, five states are under a state of emergency and washington, d.c. as well. the federal government just shut down minutes ago. some schools and offices have also closed in some areas on the snow has already been falling in the nation' s capital with two feet or more expected there. the national weather service says more than 50 million people will be affected not only by significant snow but also ice and freezing rain that' s expected from kentucky to the carolinas. dr. uccellini: the cold temperatures and strong winds --
very strong with this storm, especially along the i-95 corridor -- will add to the impacts. sean: and the storm is expected to take a toll financially the national weather service predicts the damage could top $1 million or more. -- $1 billion or more. storm have been preparing for mass cancellations. already, more than 5000 flights have been canceled. wmur' s ray brewer joins up live from manchester-boston regional airport where the cancellations have been adding up since this morning. ray: that list is expected to grow during the day as the ripple effect of cancelled flights begins to spread. this morning, we spoke to some passengers who consider themselves very fortunate that they were able to get out ahead of the blizzard. at the manchester-boston regional airport, the runways were clear, and planes were taking off without a problem. but the arrival and departure board gave hints of the problems down south. blair: we were originally supposed to be on the 5:00 p.m. flight this afternoon, but when the winter weather warning came out, we called and immediately
7:00.a.m. ray: the keithleys and two other families are heading north from baltimore to do some skiing. fortunate to get out ahead of the storm. blair: the flight attendants told us that originally they had 55 passengers for the morning flight, and a few hours later they filled the plane every seat was taken. this morning to southwest that southwest allowed us to rebook morning. ray: brenda eastman is thankful to be back home in new hampshire. she was visiting family in the d.c. she says her family was going through some rituals that are very familiar to granite staters. brenda: you know purchasing batteries, the prospect of power outages, schools shut down. coach allen: we play on sunday, but because of the weather, we had to fly out today. it is the only way we can get out and play, so we' re here early. ray: the university of maryland baltimore county has a
department rebooked them a few days, so their game will go on. and while the nfc championship game will also go on, the departure board had some bad news for fans of the carolina panthers or arizona cardinals. for pats fans, it doesn' t look like flights to denver will be impacted, unless you have to be connected in a mid-atlantic state. other than that, game on for the pats, and we will have more on cancellations throughout the day. reporting live in manchester, ray brewer, wmur news 9. sean: all right, ray, thanks. investigating a crash in fitzwilliam. ever sore say a pedestrian was struck on route 12 north around 9:30 this morning. serious. and medical helicopter was requested and then canceled. s condition this noon. a driver is facing charges after an accident in kensington. intersection of north haverhill road and kimball road for a two-vehicle accident. officials say 69-year-old alan
pulled in front of a jeep. the other driver was unable to avoid hitting carlson' s versa. injuries and was taken to the hospital. he' s listed in critical condition. police charged carlson with aggravated driving while intoxicated and failure to yield. right now, conway police continue to search for a man wanted for questioning in connection with a stabbing. police say 24-year-old keith hutchins of madison is a suspect, and he is considered armed and dangerous. the stabbing happened yesterday afternoon on bay road. police say the 24-year-old victim was stabbed in the neck and abdomen, but his injuries in commitment 2016 this noon, today a number of presidential candidates are hitting the hillary clinton is holding a town hall event and watch esther -- in rochester this noon.
manchester rate of -- in manchester. right now, democrat bernie sanders is also in the granite state. this morning, he held a town hall in north conway. he also has stops planned in concord, bedford, and hudson. and democrat martin o' malley is also in new hampshire today. right now, he is holding a town hall in portsmouth, and later this afternoon he heads to tilton. the republican visitors include john kasich, chris christie, marco rubio, rand paul, jeb bush, rick santorum, and jim gilmore. you can learn more about their stops by checking out the candidate tracker in the politics section of wmur.com. and as we get closer to the iowa caucus and the first in the nation primary, the top candidates for president in both parties are throwing sharp elbows at each other. marci gonzalez has the latest from both sides of the ticket. marci: republican backlash today. the rnc disinviting the conservative publication "national review" from hosting a gop debate next month after this
is not deserving of conservative political opportunist." mr. trump: i mean people don' t even think about the "national review," so i guess they want to s a dying paper. marci: the latest polls show trump with his biggest lead yet as he continues going after his closest rival ted cruz. person. i mean nobody likes him. i mean, it' s amazing. actually talking about what he wants to do for the country, he attacks me. democratic race as well, with polls showing bernie sanders ahead of hillary clinton in iowa and new hampshire. sen. sanders: if we do well in both of those states, i think my of the great political upsets in states of america. marci: clinton on the trail with a pop-star endorsement. demi lovato: she completely embodies the concept of women empowerment. marci: questioning sanders' electability in this cnn interview mrs. clinton: well, let me say this. again, it' s up to the voters.
are concerned. marci: both clinton and sanders campaigning today in new hampshire along with many of the hopefuls. marci gonzalez, abc news. new york. sean: this sunday, wmur will air "first in the nation: 100 years of tradition." we take a look back at the rich history of the primary and what the future may hold. joins us sunday at 4:00 p.m. right here on wmur or stream the show on wmur.com or our mobile app. 20 people are dead after a deadly terror attack in somalia. coming up, one group has already taken responsibility for the attack that came to an end overnight. and a new measure taken in hopes of dealing with the water crisis in michigan. the official who is now resigning. hayley: the winds continued to be an issue or when they finally let up a little bit as we get into the weekend here. sean: plus in today' s cook' s corner, we' re making a delicious
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in the attack, which ended overnight in the capital. police say security forces took control of the beach-front restaurant just before dawn. the 12 marines, including a hingham, massachusetts man, are now declared dead after two helicopters crashed off the coast of hawaii. a five-day search turned up no sign of the marines. corporal christopher orlando was among those who disappeared in last week' s crash. he was 23 years old. officials suspended the search for the missing marines earlier this week. a new fallout in the water crisis in flint, michigan. a regional director with the environmental protection agency is resigning now. epa administrators say the move will ensure that the restoration of safe drinking water remains the region' s sole focus. epa chief gina mccarthy says she has issued an emergency order to "ensure the state and city immediately take actions necessary to protect public health." there, but no snow. jamie:
>> now, meteorologist hayley forecast. hayley: good afternoon. it is a beautiful afternoon, is from inside looking outside out there. a live look in manchester. 28 degrees, and the camera is shaking a little bit because the winds have been relentless over the last 24 hours or so. it is a little deceiving, this beautiful weather. you can see on a live cameras, a crystal clear blue sky from a monadnock region
to the seacoast and the lakes region, too. a a few clouds in the higher terrain and the mountains. it is still a perfect ski day in the north country.
19 degrees in whitefield and littleton right now, 28 degrees in manchester and nashua, portsmouth as well, 25 in laconia. look at the winds. they have continuously been
blowing out of the north, northwest. of course a colder direction is dragging the cold air out of canada. sustained winds up board of 15, maybe even 20 miles an hour, some wind gusts over 30 miles an hour. in the monadnock region, in keene, 28 miles an hour recently. that is coupled with the cold. stepping outside today, bitterly cold wind chills, only in the teens in some locations, maybe dipping into the single digits this afternoon, too. between white mountains. then all eyes go down to the southeast, and look at this bogeyman of a storm. we have been tracking this all
in its infancy in the central u.s., it was a small storm, and now it has intensified to have heavy snow, ice, rain, and even storms capable of producing tornadoes in florida right now. the big story will be the heavy snow from this system, washington,
d.c., possibly two feet of snow. it will brush right by southern new england really in southern new hampshire as we get into the day tomorrow. here is the latest on futurecast. the center is basically on top morning. city tomorrow morning. it starts to creep northward, afternoon. maybe some bands get close to the mass-new hampshire border there in some communities like salem, plast out, portsmouth, seabrook, you may get a light dusting or see some flurries. it stays to the south paris
most of the weekend looks good with a mix of sun and clouds, including today, with temperatures in the 20' s, an awesome weekend for skiing. the beat goes on saturday and sunday. a big weekend out in denver, too, no problems with the forecast there -- 44 degrees, cloudy, and mostly dry for the pats game. next week, we warm-up, even approaching 40 cook' s corner degrees by midweek next week. here is cook' s corner. -- approaching 40' s by midweek next week. here is cook' s corner. adam: hi. i am adam sexton. we have susan nye. you can join her at wordpress.com. re making tomato soup. it has finally started to get chilly around here, so i decided it was time to with up some this is an easy one and much
i started with carrots, onions, celery. i' m afraid i started before you got here. what kind of onions? susan: sweet onions. maybe a carry or two -- a carrot or two. a stalk of celery or two, do it until it is translucent, then you add the garlic. you will put in the blender. adam: it looks like a pretty decent amount. pretty flavorful. susan: it is. that is the difference between making it yourself and taking it out of the can because you can decide to add a little chili pepper, a little garlic. i wanted to have some real flavor. let me turn this heat up. i just want to keep the garlic in there for about a minute, just enough that it starts to
but i do not want it to burn it. now i have got things bubbling away here, and just to add a ve got some white wine. and i' is bubbling. adam: it really starts to go. [laughter] susan: i will cook that so that it is down a little bit, so a minute or two, and then i start to really make this tomato soup versus something else. tomatoes in. t cure it -- this is just one can. and you can use crushed tomatoes of that is what you have got in your cupboard. and i can take my potato masher and give it a little bit of a mash. i am going to bring that up to a simmer. i am going to add some chicken stock. if you want us to be vegetarian, you can add -- if you want this to be vegetarian, you
fresh rosemary. my herbs are hiding in my garage right now during this cold weather victory i will give that a stir. i will show you one of my secret ingredients, a rind of parmigiano-reggiano. what it does is give a nice, subtle, nutty flavor. worry. apple throw that in, cook it for about 30 minutes, and then it will go into a blender. i brought a hand blender today. it is kind of messy. then you add some cream, and the end product is right here. i am happy to give you a taste. creamy. give you a little taste there.
so wind chills running in a teen spirit tomorrow, we will be mostly cloudy as this strong storm system moves to ourselves. maybe a few flurries in the far southern communities of the state. back to sunshine next week. sean: it is cold enough out there. starting tonight at 5:00, a granite state connection to this bizarre crash. a valet accidentally drove into an indoor pool. we will have the latest on that. and a generous young boy is responsible for one police officer' s extra protection. you are going to want to hear this story. that does it for us. have a great weekend, everybody. the top 1/10 of 1% owns almost as much wealth as the bottom 90% this great country and our government belong to all of us. wall street, corporate america, wealthy campaign donors have so much influence that the only way they are defeated is when millions of people begin to stand up
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