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erin: now on "daybreak," a graduate of merrimack high school is dead. gunned down on her first day as a police officer. her alleged killer is due in court today. >> just an incredible sense of loss. sean: the death of officer ashley guindon has shocked many in the merrimack community. plans are being made to honor her life and service. kevin: out ahead of another front moving through. changeable skies and a few showers as well. the back-to-school forecast ahead. >> the road fell off from underneath us. erin: they are working to fix a sinkhole after the water main break caused the road to give way. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do.
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daybreak." erin: special day today, leap day. sean: happy leap day. for those who have a birthday, cherished today. we're not going to see it again. we've got some warmer temperatures and possibility rain too; right? kevin: we're looking at a changeable day. we have a southwesterly breeze and sunshine initially. that should give way to the milder air before a front comes through either side of midday. a couple of showers will be along that. the winds pick up out of the west. that will send temperatures backward later on this afternoon. there will be a lot of areas in the 50's by early afternoon. there could be a couple of lower 60's in southern areas and a couple of hold outs up north especially in some of the central and northern valleys. cooler air will be here more often than not through the end of the week. all of the details on that and the next system coming up. let's look at your monday morning ride here in the granite state. deb: good morning. we're starting with
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at the 101 merge. especially 101 westbound. give yourself extra time time. again on 101 and 114 heading in to 101. 293 is moving through and at the lane shifts. that's still in place between exit five and the everett turnpike. manchester out to the seacoast. if your commute is taking you out on to interstate 95, that's moving up to the posted massachusetts to the maine state lines. this report is brought to you by dunkin' donuts. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: all right. thank you. the man accused of killing a virginia police officer during her first day on duty is due in court today. that officer, 28-year-old ashley guindon, graduated from merrimack high school in new hampshire back in 2005. sean: she was responding to a domestic incident on saturday when she and two other officers were shot.
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this morning the alleged shooter, army staff sergeant, ronald hamilton, is behind bars. he faces a list of charges including first-degree murder. he also killed his wife before opening fire on arriving officers. the county prosecutor says he will likely seek the death penalty. erin: there will be a moment of silence today in memory of officer guindon where her death has hit many people in the community very hard. merrimack police officers were tasked with informing officer guindon's parents of her death. amy coveno live in merrimack with reaction from the community. amy? amy: good morning, erin. the flag here lowered to half staff in honor of officer ashley guindon and their message board here paying tribute to her service and sacrifice as well. officer guindon was born in springfield, massachusetts before her family moved to merrimack where she graduated from high school. she was also a marine corps reservist who
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in forensic science before being sworn in as a police officer on friday. ken johnson says ashley guindon's death is being felt by so many year. in the 2005 yearbook, she left her classmates with this quote, live for something rather than die for nothing. >> at merrimack high school we have a motto, believe, go forward, and inspire. we'd like to believe that not only did ashley embrace that motto, but as well. >> when a fellow officer is killed in the line of duty, it affects us all in some way or another throughout the country. and, you know, our hearts go out to the family. amy: in addition to today's moment of silence, they plan to honor officer guindon at graduation this year. there's no word yet as to plans for memorial service. when we get the information, we'll be
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erin: thank you. investigators are trying to identify the body of a hiker found dead on the trail between mt. adams and jefferson and figure out how he died. fish and game say that two hikers discovered the body of a white man weighing more than 200 pounds. rescue crews were not able to get the body off of the trail until early today. they didn't find anything suspicious at the scene. they will try to determine the cause of death sometime today. sean: turning to politics now and super tuesday is just 24 hours away. the biggest day in the race for the white house before the general election itself in november. hillary clinton and donald trump are poised to take control of their respective nominations. there's new controversy this morning. stephanie ramos reports from virginia. one of the states that will vote tomorrow. >> this could be it. super tuesday where 595
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grabs and 1,015 for democrats. >> donald trump doesn't sweat because his pores are clogged from the spray tan he uses. >> if we nominate donald trump, hillary clinton clips and we lose the country. reporter: he has wrapped up an endorsement from chris christie and alabama's jeff sessions. he spent the weekend answering questions about an endorsement he doesn't want, former head of the ku klux klan. >> i've never met david duke. i don't know anything about him. reporter: no candidate can wrap up the nomination. this could be the end for some. the front runners are expected to separate themselves from the closest competitors.
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stephny ramos, abc news. sean: state road crew will be in new durham working to repair a large sinkhole. the department of transportation says one of the two water mains that feeds the nearby fish and game hatchery broke on sunday causing the sinkhole and forcing crews to close the road. a couple happened to be driving at the moment the road gave way beneath them. >> just a big bang. it blew out the tires on the car. it manages to keep going enough to get it out of the hole and off of the side of the road. that was it. we had to stop and change the tires. sean: neither ward or his wife was hurt. road crews hope to have it back open later today. detours are in place until then. erin: an epping man accused of driving drunk before crashing and running off is due in court today. state police say that randy sprague crashed
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sign and swerved across the highway and swerved across the guardrail and came to rest in the medium. he was tracked in to stratham where he was finally arrested. sean: still to come on monday, it's been a tough winner for a lot of outdoor activities. one popular extraction is extending its seasons. erin: one of the first african-american aviators shared his story. he says the current generation has lost something important. sean: a veteran new hampshire state trooper lost his battle with cancer. his legacy will live on. right now it is eight put more fun in your day with ice-cream-flavored coffees at dunkin' donuts. go for delicious flavors like butter pecan, cookie dough, or new pistachio. enjoy one today.
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kevin: monday morning, february 29th. it is leap day. showers a couple times today. more often than not it will be cooler through the end of the week. details on that and when it arrives coming up. erin: a crowd got to learn about an important part of american history in nashua on saturday -- sunday rather from one of the men who was there when history was made. sean: people lined up at the public library to learn at the tuskegee airmen. the first african-american investigator. the discussion was lead by enoch ii, one of the original airmen. >> tom brokaw called us the original generation. it is not that i'm a positive generation, we seem to have the old work ethic of doing a job, being honest, and
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sean: members of local chapters in boston also spoke about the history of the group. erin: you have a little extra time if you want to check out the ice castle in lincoln. the stunning attraction was scheduled to close today. thanks to cold weather, they are extending the season until saturday. the castle will be closed on tuesday and wednesday. tickets are available online at ice icecastles.com. they've been sold out most weekends. it's become a great tradition to have the ice castle. sean: if you can see it in person, it is stunning at night. coming up, it may be hard to believe, but pokemon is now 20 years old. nintendo is celebrating with some new options for gamers. erin: plus the cost to visit disney is changing depending on
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sean: one of pope francis' top advisors said the catholic church made a mistake allowing priests to rape for hundreds of year. they testified for hours before a royal investigator commission. the commission itself cannot file criminal charges but can refer findings to prosecutors. erin: there's great news for the monarch butterfly population. according to wildlife officials in mexico, the monarch population has grown by 255% this season compared to the number that wintered south of the border last year when the population reached record lows. conservationist say there are still dangers during the migration. they are optimistic. sean: comic books continue to rule the silver screen for the third weekend in a row.
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"deadpool" raked in $31.5 million bringing the total to $285 million, making it the number three r-rated movie of all time. "gods of egypt" debuted second followed by "kung fu panda." starbucks says it will open the first store in italy. coffee is a huge part of culture, and starbucks officials admit they will face challenges. we'll see how that goes. there's a new effort to regulate the size of seats on commercial airplanes. chuck schumer says he will add an amendment that's pending before congress that would require seat size guidelines including width and the amount of leg room. average seat width has dropped about two inches and leg room has been cut by about four inches since the 1970's.
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pair of new pokemon video game sequels as part of the anniversary of the game. there's been 20 years since they released pikachu. it was first called pocket monsters. it is now a multi-billion empire including games, movies, and a tv series and a mobile app is expected later this year. it could soon cost you more to visit the heaviest place on earth, depending on when you go. disneyland and disney world ruled out demand base, there are three rates for regular and peak periods. passes during the week when schools are in session will be less, but the cost will spike on the summer and spring break. sean: some people go down during
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the crowds are less. kevin: a beautiful sunrise. within a few hours, we're going it have a couple of showers moving west to east. that's a big difference between the southwest wind and that little bit of sunshine we start with and the west wind which will be picking up in to the afternoon. the cooler air rushing in behind it. we start off quiet. evening commute will be breezy as well. we are going to see a pretty big change in between. temperatures will jump quickly this morning. a couple of showers will move through. winds will start to turn to the west. temperatures will start falling later on this afternoon. a changeable day on the way for us. a tale of three days. a couple of showers with the overcast sky. the mildest of the temperatures and then with the west winds temperatures start to slip backward later on this afternoon. you can see we're starting off mild in some places. especially up in elevation. 38 in jaffrey. 42 in manchester. 45 in portsmouth. that wind this morning is going to start
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miles ran hour. we're going to continue to see things warm up ahead of the front once the showers move through. cooler air will start to come in behind that. a lot of areas up into the 50's. mid and upper 40's and some of the central valleys. there could be a couple of south eastern spots that reach up above 60. after the showers move through after two or 3:00 we will continue to see the west winds pick up as skies clear and with a couple of snow showers up in the mountains. we're looking at temperatures and a lot of areas dropping back into the teens and 20's. there will be a lot of areas where wind chills will be in the single digits after we start the day tomorrow. good deal of sunshine tomorrow. we'll start adding high clouds later in the day. the system running in later tomorrow night and early on wednesday. likely warm enough that any sort of a wintry mix goes over to rain in the southern half of the state. it could be two to four inches of accumulation for the north country before pulling away wednesday afternoon.
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air again with temperatures in a lot of locations throughout most of the rest of the week after wednesday as highs mainly in the 30's and some 20's up north. a quick jump in temperature this morning only to start falling off later this afternoon behind the front and after the showers in the west wind. tonight temperatures will drop back in the teens and 20's. sunshine and high clouds. ahead of the next system tomorrow. any sort of a mix goes over to rain. except in the north country. it could say as two to four inches of snow. partly to mostly sunny skies friday and in to next weekend. looks like there could be a weak system. nothing that could alter the temperatures. much more like winter. today one day to go in winter. we're the warmest winter on weather in concord with the numbers going back to 1870. sean: nobody surprised. we could see some snow in march.
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snow in march. sean: a man from virginia who graduated here in new hampshire is due in court. officer ashley guindon died on saturday responding to her first domestic disturbance on her first shift as a police officer. amy: a show of love and respect here in merrimack. the flag has been lowered to half staff. a moment of silence is planned later this morning. ashley guindon was 28 years old. sean: state road crews will be in new durham working to repair a large sinkhole. the department of transportation says one of the two water mains that feeds the nearby fish and game hatchery broke on sunday forcing crews to close the road. erin: coming up, the oscars were handed out last night in
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sean: a lot of folks will be extra tired today because they stayed up to watch hollywood's biggest night: the oscars. the oscars were handed out last night. there were a few surprises. erin: best picture went to "spotlight" about the investigation into sexual abuse by priest. "mad max: fury road" was the biggest winner taking home six oscars. leonardo dicaprio finally won his first oscar. sylvester stallone came up short losing out to mark rylance from "the bridge of spies" for best supporting actor. a lot of people seemed happy that leo finally got his oscar.
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more importantly, the dresses. how did it work out? erin: i think a lot of them were beautiful. "gma" is going to have a rundown. sean: i'm looking forward to that. you can teach an old dog new tricks. erin: four rescue dogged helped in the match in brazil. they weren't so good at dropping the balls to put them back in play. the players seemed to be pretty big fans of the canines. sean: i just like the xylophone music in the background. drop it boy. drop it. there you go. that might have taken a little longer. coming up, despite concerns about the ice, the fishing derby was a huge success. one fisherman is $15,000 richer this morning. erin: bicycle races are common. this had a twist. dozens of people hopped on the high wheel bikes
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we to. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." sean: welcome back. good morning on this leap day, monday february 29th. a live look at the big lake up in meredith. gorgeous sunrise. erin: beautiful. today is the one and only day we're going to have it. it gets colder. details coming up. first today's top stories. a moment of silence is being held at merrimack high school today for a former student. ashley guindon. he was shot and killed on saturday on the first day of duty as a police officer in virginia. people across new hampshire are remembering the life of a veteran state trooper who passed away over the weekend following a long
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and fish and game officials say that speed was a likely factor in a deadly snowmobile crash in lincoln. sean: as you head out the door, it not going to feel like winter. kevin: southwest winds are going to send temperatures upward. the front coming through. winds turn to the west behind the front. temperatures will start to cool off behind that. we start off from the mid 20's to lower and mid 40's depending on where you happen to be early. a lot of 50's on the maps with a coupling of passes showers. temperatures start to fall with the west wind later on this afternoon. sean: all right. let's check out the roads this morning. perhaps you are heading back to school after a week's vacation. kevin: we're joined live by deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning. lots of folks are heading back to work and school. traffic is cooperating. it is a nice ride throughout the state.
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the upper valley, 89 is moving well from concord to the hanover lebanon area. we're not seeing any problems at the bow junction. 93 south, traffic is getting heavier in the southern part of the state between exit four and the stateline. 101 is moving well. the spaulding turnpike is looking good from gnuington up to rochester. we're seeing traffic building. this report is brought to you by dunkin' donuts. i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: thank you. the man accused of shooting and killing a virginia police officer is due in court today. sean: 28-year-old ashley guindon was killed on saturday, one day after she was sworn in as a police officer. authorities say she was responding to a domestic incident on her first day on patrol when the suspect opened fire. fellow officers shut down the streets of woodbridge, virginia as
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two other officers were wounded in saturday's shooting. they are expected to survive. authorities say the alleged gunman in the case, 32-year-old robert hamilton, is an army staff sergeant assigned to the pentagon. he's accused of shooting and killing his wife while their 11-year-old son was in the home. they are facing one count of capital first and first-degree murder. officer guindon was born in springfield, massachusetts and graduated from merrimack high school in 2005. amy coveno live at the department to tell us how the community is remembering the fallen officer. good morning. amy: good morning. it was officers here who were among the first to learn about the death of officer ashley guindon. their message board out front honoring her service as the community copes with the tragic loss. >> a short time later we were called and notified
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we responded back and stood by and we've remained providing support for the family here based in new hampshire. amy: the flag outside of the merrimack police department has been lowered to half staff in memory of ashley guindon. her family still lives in town. saturday night authorities in virginia told merrimack police that guindon was shot and killed on her first day of duty. it was the officers here that brought the devastating news to her family. >> my first reaction is shock. just an incredible sense of loss. amy: officer guindon graduated from merrimack in 2005. in her yearbook, she left her classmates with a quote. live for something rather than die for nothing. >> at merrimack high school we have a motto: believe, go forward, and inspire. we'd like to believe not only that ashley embraced the motto but she personified it as
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amy: guindon is the sixth person in her class to lose their life. >> not only is it a person story about a young woman who was on her first day, but it is experienced more than its share of loss. amy: police say that however they can. >> when a fellow officer is killed in the line of duty, it affects us all in some way or another throughout the country. our hearts go out to the family. amy: a moment of silence will be held at merrimack high school later this morning. the principal says they will honor ashley guindon at graduation this year as well. live in merrimack this morning, amy coveno. sean: all right. thanks. people across the state are remembering the life of a new hampshire state trooper who died over the weekend following a battle with stomach cancer. lieutenant james
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veteran and served all the years on the major crime unit. he was a model officer, humble man, and his legacy will live on for many years. >> we don't have the access day in and day out to meet with lieutenant geraghty and seek his counsel or share a laugh. day in and day out, his legacy lives on. for all of the sacrifices he's made and his dedication without compromise. sean: he was 53. he is survived by his wife and four children. funeral services have not yet been announced. erin: fish and game officials believe that speed was a factor in a deadly snowmobile accident in lincoln. it happened saturday afternoon on the powerline trail near bog pond. officials say 29-year-old jordan desousa hit a bar of water that caused him to lose control and hit a tree. a group of snowmobilers
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him the merest four miles to the road. desousa was pronounced dead. sean: this morning kelly ayotte is releasing the first tv ad in the closely watched race for senate. it is titled hoops. it takes a shot as highlighting her role as a working mom. >> my mom and i love shooting hoops. you know what? she can still learn a few things from me. just like i've learned a lot from her. mom helps with homework. she helped dad start his business. she even fought to put bad guys in jail. sean: senator ayotte speaks only once saying we approve this message. this year her senate seat is being challenged by maggie hassan. erin: the detective bureau will continue the investigation into a skimming scam. they were found on multiple gas pumps at the shell stations in central avenue. they do not know how
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how many credit and debit cards may have been compromised. sean: despite the worries, there were no incidents at ice derby. they are leased with the turnout. the $15,000 grand prize winner is from kittery, maine. >> it is awesome. i was scared they were going to cancel the derby. the original weekend of the derby we had booked a weekend away. we weren't going to be able to fish. the date changed, and we were allowed to fish it. $15,000. holy cow. wow. sean: i'd probably do the same thing. the names were drawn from anglers who had some of the biggest catches of the derby. that's something when you win something like that. erin: coming up on "daybreak," a heartbreaking situation for a middle school teacher in florida. they say three of the students were arrested after they put something in her drink.
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people who used prescription drugs. authorities say some medications may contain fentanyl without you knows about it. kevin: a big change in weather. a couple of shower and cooldown. all of the details coming up. 6:39. put more fun in your day with ice-cream-flavored coffees at dunkin' donuts. go for delicious flavors like butter pecan, cookie dough, or new pistachio. enjoy one today.
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kevin: monday morning, february 29th. temperatures starting off warm along the coast. five degrees of a record high because it happens once every four years. we're looking at temperatures up in into the 50's for most today. along with that we'll be looking at a couple of showers either side of midday. the details coming up. sean: thanks. maybe you saw this here last night. vice president joe biden is heading back to washington, d.c. after a night of glitz and glamour. nikole killion live in washington. the vice president introduced lady gaga last night; right? nikole: something you don't see too often. vice president biden got a standing ovation as he took the stage on one of the biggest night. he was there on the its on us campaign to address sexual assault on college campuses. he called on everyone to
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to intervene when consent is not and cannot be given. he handed it off to lady gaga who sang "until it happens to you." he added a behind-the-scenescenes pick online. sean: let's stay with the theme. we understand the vice president had a run in with host chris rock. what happened there? nikole: pretty funny stuff. i don't know if you saw the show, rock had his daughter and girl scout troop sell cookie. apparently he bought a few boxes. the host said biden gave him $20 for cookies. he announced later in the show the troupe
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i saw a lot of thin mints. sean: i was thinking samoas. those are the best. nikole: those are good too. [laughter] sean: thank you very much. erin: we're following some breaking news out of china this morning. a knife-wielding attacker slashed ten children outside of the lunchtime. two of the children were hurt. all of them are expected to survive. the suspect took his own stabbings. sean: authorities are sounding the alarm about a new and deadly twist. fentanyl is being disguised as other medications. they've seen multiple cases as pills marked as oxycodone and percocet turning out to contain fentanyl. the dea says the related overdoses killed more than 700 people nationwide between late 2013 and early 2015. erin: three 12-year-old girls in
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pepper. >> it is a terrible thing. i don't understand why kids have lost all respect. erin: investigators say two of the girls poured crushed pepper flakes into the teachers drink while the third distracted the teacher. soon afterwards she started suffering from a sore throat, stomach breath. it is all done in retaliation after the teacher sent one of the girls to the principal's office for dumping glue backpack. all three are facing felony charges of poisoning and tampering. sean: a boy is moving free after getting his arm stuck inside a vending machine. it began when the child tried to reach in and get cookies. he got trapped by the anti-theft mechanism. they distracted the boy by showing him cartoon. at times he had to be sedated while crews worked to free him.
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erin: a navy s.e.a.l. will receive the highest military honor. president obama will present the medal of honor to edward byers jr. he worked to save a doctor that was kidnapped by the taliban. he was the second navy s.e.a.l. to burst in. the first s.e.a.l. to enter was killed. the senior chief quote gave him a second chance at life. he will be the 11th living service member to receive the medal of afghanistan. sean: turning to sports, brian were back on the home ice hosting a big game. bruins scored first in the kevin miller fired one through traffic for the fifth goal of the season. it looked good. the lightning scored the next four goals. they went on to win it 4-1. boston will host calgary tomorrow. now to race number two, the folds of honor quick
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jimmie johnson was racing toward victory when ryan newman brought out the caution flag. on the restart, johnson was able to hold off kyle busch. four other cars were involved. the restart was official. jimmie johnson is the winner. erin: an interesting race took place in tasmania over the weekend. this was the scene at the national penny championships. by the way, the bikes don't have any brakes. you have to wonder they need a lad the to get on top of those things; right? sean: when they invented the bike, how was the inventing thinking to get on? kevin: what is the theory of having the large wheel and being up that high. sean: getting faster? kevin: it looks like --
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erin: i won't even make it to the finish line. kevin: clouds continuing to streamline their way in. quickly this morning. a lot of areas up into the 50's. mid and upper 40's in the central valleys and in the north country. we could spike all the way to the lower 60's in southern areas for a brief time. the sunshine will be fading behind high clouds. a couple of showers will be making their way in from the west and continuing to die out as they move west to east. eventually a wind turns from the southwesterly direction warming us up this morning to a westerly direction which starts to bring in the cool air. a quick jump later this morning only to start falling off later this afternoon. eventually back into the teens and 20's later on tonight. you'll notice a lot of 40's out from. there are also still some areas in the 20's and 30's. the lower you get in elevation, the less of the breeze. the colder air sinks into the valleys until the southwest wind gets going later this morning. you could have easily a
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and above 1,500 feet. temperature in the 20's to lower range of the 30's. even in the north country, there are still a few 20's. we're going to quickly jump. a lot of areas up into the 50's. a couple of south eastern spots up into the lower half of the 60's for a brief time late morning and early afternoon on the southwest wind. a couple of showers and a lot of this depends on the exact timing of the shower to cool things off. then the west wind gets skies. a couple of snow showers later tonight. could be a brief squall out of that. that's the leading edge of colder air that starts to come in. that means tomorrow 30's to lower 40's. good deal of sunshine around. late in the day, high clouds ahead of the next evening. with that, we'll continue to see things -- continue to progress as far as the colder air is concerned initially which could mean a little bit of light snow for the north country later on tuesday night or early wednesday and a
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of snow. southern areas any sort of a southern mix goes over to rain before pulling away sometime wednesday afternoon. cooler air is going to start coming in behind that. that will be the air mass in place for the end of the week and likely to start the weekend. quick jump in temperatures up into the 50's to lower 60's. there will be a couple of showers moving through. once that goes by, the skies will clear yet again. temperatures will start to fall off. a few snow showers in the mountains. temperatures dipping back into the teens and 20's. extended forecast has sunshine to high clouds tomorrow. then the next system for the north country. accumulation out of that. any sort of a mix for central and southern areas over to rain. windy and colder thursday. that's the air mass in place for the end of the week. sean: the ups and downs. here we come with march. a public bus service is celebrating leap year in a special way.
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all fares to the new hampshire food bank. they will be accepting donations abored the buses. the goal is to raise $2,000 to help new hampshire residents in need. erin: a student in seattle is using her senior project to create real life cinderella stories for dozens of people. she created the fairy god mother project to help girls in need to be able to go to the prom. she selected more than 200 dresses and is 00 pairs of shoes. they were dry cleaned for free and seamstresses volunteered to make minor repairs so that all of the gowns are in great condition. >> it is a privilege to be able to two to prom. i wanted to make that available for every girl in the community. eri: she's also providing them with accessories. she's collected dozens of evening bags and piles of jewelry. so many girls wear this for one night.
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it is a wonderful thing. sean: all right. 6:51. still to come, a final check on your top stories, including a moment of silence being held at merrimack high school today for a former student who was
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erin: 6:55. updating our top stories. sample moment of silence at merrimack high school for former student ashley guindon. she was shot and kill on saturday. it was her first day on the job. guindon graduated from merrimack in 2005. her alleged killer is due in court today. erin: people across new hampshire are remembering the life of a veteran state trooper. lieutenant james geraghty passed away
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battle with cancer. funeral services have not yet been announced. sean: authorities are trying to identify a hiker. fish and game officials say two hikers discovered the frozen body yesterday morning. today the medical examiner will try to determine the cause of death. kevin: very changeable day on the way. we start with sun. we'll be adding clouds. a couple of showers within a few hours. southwest winds early this morning will send temperatures upward quickly. a lot of areas into the 50's and some lower 60's. winds pick up out of the colder westerly direction. temperatures will start following later this afternoon. cooler air for the better part of this week. erin: it is going to feel like spring today. kevin: the system on wednesday is mostly rain. it could wet snow up north. erin: all right. coming up next, what do you think they are going to talk about? the oscars. they have a closer look at the big winners, the
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moments that happened during the ceremony. we told you earlier they were passing around girl scout cookies. the stars were buying up boxes. he was told, you know, you made $30 million. you could buy some boxes. sean: plus stallone. a lot of people thought he was going to win. erin: the latest on the dresses and who wore that. sean: this is what kevin and i tuned in for. erin: we didn't see many shoes. it was all about the
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good morning, america. chris rock stealing the spotlight at the oscars. >> well, i'm here at the academy awards otherwise known as the white people's choice awards. >> facing the diversity backlash head on. >> you're damn right hollywood's racist. >> leonardo dicaprio finally breaking through with a win. >> i do not take tonight for granted. >> lady gaga with a show-stopping performance. happens to you happens to you happens to you >> the moment that brought everyone to their feet. a rock star reception for

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