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>> i think i respect mother nature a little bit more. amy: now at noon, new warnings from officials as the storm system that was once hurricane hermine continues to move. why beachgoers and surfers are being warned to stay close to shore. josh: we're tracking hermine and whether its effects will be felt in new hampshire as we wrap the hoday weekend forecast. amy: and pitching to voters this labor day. where the presidential nominees are campaigning today as the campaigns enter a critical month in the race for the white house. runners take to the streets for a road race this labor day. who this fundraiser benefits. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 at noon. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] amy: tropical storm hermine is
and prompting warnings of rough surf and possibly riptides along the coast. good afternoon. i'm amy coveno. the storm won't directly hit new hampshire but it is affecting some labor day plans. meteorologist josh judge is here with what to expect. josh: amy, it is certainly getting close and is only going to get closer in the next day or so, and certainly makes you uneasy. but the effects, at least the worst of them, will be missing new hampshire. thicker and thinner at times, depending on where you are. there it is, the center of it slowly moving closer towards us. it is going to make a bend and turn in the other direction towards the next day or two. because of that we have a high surf advisory for tomorrow. also, the chance for showers.
amy: meanwhile, people in the south are cleaning up from damage hermine left behind. roadways are still underwater. millions are cutting their labor day plans short as the storm moves north. abc's elizabeth hur is in new jersey with the latest. elizabeth: beneath the powerful ways and the surging surf, of post tropical cyclonethe work hermine. growing up the eastern seaboard with winds gusting up to 70 miles power, the many beaches throughout labor day weekend. >> we are not expecting huge crowds on the beach. elizabeth: out in the atlantic, rough waters even rocking passengers aboard the role of death royal caribbean's anthem of the seas bound for bermuda. >> dishes going all over the place. elizabeth: down south, clean up
battling rising waters where hermine made landfall as hurricane friday. >> we have an ocean on our front porch. elizabeth: flooding neighborhood of neighborhood from florida to virginia. thousands spent the weekend in florida without power, and officials warn the danger there isn't over yet. >> there is a lot of water that still has to move througho elizabeth: officials here in atlantic city will continue to monitor what you see right there, those ways. the officers out patrolling the area told me that as long as the recurrent dangers remain in place for the ocean rain off-limits to swim -- the ocean remains off-limits to swimmers. amy: with cape cod acting as a buffer zone, new hampshire is being spared the worst of the storm, but that doesn't mean
creating dangerous conditions for swimmers and boaters alike. ray brewer has been at the coast throughout the morning. ray, have you noticed any change in condition? ray: the waves are definitely stronger than one week got here around 4:30 in the morning. the waves are also picking up. in the early morning hours, surfers took to the water in rye hoping to take advantage of waves kicked up by now former hurricane herm but it was a struggle. the waves anything but uniform and that wasn't the only problem. >> the rip current is going pretty hard that way down the beach. i don't think i've ever experienced anything like that. >> today shouldn't be a day for inexperienced surfers at all : . definitely going to have issues with current just because there's too much surf out there and it's definitely not as organized with how heavy the winds are going to be today. ray: at hampton harbor the sightseeing, charter fishing
ocean, a different story. with waves expected to be six to nine feet, making it dangerous to operate. >> anything like a four-foot sea or anything over that, it's pretty tricky to navigate that when you're taking people out fishing. ray: labor day is often called the last unofficial end of summer, and it marks the last day that lifeguards will be fully staffed at hampton beach. while the clouds and cooler weather kept the crowds down, bathers were restricted from going in deeper than their knees. >> the waves are just too big and we do have rip currents that will show themselves we keep the bathers completely out of that area. ray: as you look at the beach, the chief says they will continue to monitor the situation, and putting on what happens, it is possible they will have to shut down the beach completely tomorrow. reporting live at hampton beach, ray brewer, wmur news 9. amy: commitment 2016 now. this labor day presidential
abc's kenneth moton reports the rivals are in the battleground state of ohio. kenneth: laboring for votes on labor day. ms. clinton: last moment before the mad dash to next two months. i hope you guys are ready. kenneth: hillary clinton, donald trump, and their surrogates sprinting to the finish line. vice president biden: it's time we get out of our own way and get trump out of the way and elect this guy and hillary kenneth: kenneth: vice president joe biden and clinton's running mate tim kaine teamed up on the trail in battleground pennsylvania. clinton is also back on the trail in full force and in a new plane dubbed hill force one. she's traveling with press in tow after criticism she hasn't held a press conference in 275 days. ms. clinton: i'm happy to have all of you with me. i was just waiting for this moment. no, really. i will come back and talk to you more formally. kenneth: clinton and trump making stops in the key state of
after trump worshipped in the pews of a historically black church in detroit saturday. mr. trump: i fully understand that the african american community has suffered from discrimination. kenneth: trump's campaign intensified the attacks on clinton, who is dealing with the fallout from the release of those fbi investigation notes on her private emails. the negatives of trump and clinton giving rise to third party candidate gary johnson , who is now close to 10% in some recent polls. >> what he could do is allow either candidates to lower the barrier thhe underperform with minorities and still win the presidency. hillary clinton could underperform with white voters and still win the presidency. kenneth: the trump and clinton campaigns will be busy in several battleground states more today. a dozen events between the two and their surrogates lined up with just two months until election day. kenneth moton, abc news, washington. amy: right now former presidential candidate bernie sanders is in the granite state , speaking at the afl cio
clinton at 3:00 p.m. in lebanon. he is also making a stop in warner for a rights and democracy event at 1:00. wmur is once again partnering with the "new hampshire union leader" to bring you the granite state debates. tomorrow, candidates in the gop race for governor will face off at 7:00, followed by the democrats at 8:00. on wednesday it's the republican candidates for senate. thursday, the second congressional district republicans. and on friday, the republicans for the first congressional you can watch the debates right here on wmur, or stream them live on our website and mobile app. you can also submit your questions for the candidates on the wmur facebook page. two hit and runs now under investigation. coming up, laconia police now searching for two suspects after a bicyclist and an 11-year-old were struck. plus, running for a cause. coming up, we'll tell you why these runners took to the street this labor day. josh: we really need some rain.
tropical cyclone hermine. amy: ahead in today's "cook's corner," we've got some quick recipes you can whip up this labor day. kelly ayotte: thanks, buddy. kelly (voiceover): i'm kelly ayotte. and when i take the plate for new hampshire... i'm up against a political machine that plays dirty -- throwing millions in false,
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the first one happened sunday afternoon at the intersection of court and fair streets. police say a bicyclist was hit by a blue nissan altima that took off from the scene. the victim was taken to a local hospital. witnesses identified the driver as 54-year-old juan padua. police say an arrest warrant has been issued for him for charges of felony conduct after an accident and operating while being a habitual offender. and laconia p say hit an 11-year-old boy in the endicott street cumberland farms parking lot. officers say the boy was hit last night when a red car backed into him. a female passenger was heard yelling stop as the car drove away. it was last seen turning down tower street. the boy who was hit was treated at the scene. anyone with information on this hit-and-run is asked to contact laconia police. an 11-year-old boy is recovering after suffering serious injuries while hiking in franconia notch. just after 4:00 yesterday, the young boy slipped and fell on
rescuers were called and reached the boy and his family just after 7:00. the boy was then taken to the hospital. a hiker had to be rescued after suffering a medical emergency while coming down the huntington ravine trail on mount washington. fish and game officials say a 62-year-old man from massachusetts started feeling ill yesterday afternoon. the national guard sent to a helicopter to the area and a medic was lowered into the ravine. the hiker was airlifted to memorial hospital in north conway. at this time there is no word on his condition. how is your condition? you have been wrestling with hermine all morning. josh: hermine has been varying a little bit so the forecast continues to vary. amy: ok, and next on "cook's corner," we're making sausage on stick and lobster rolls all , simple meals for this labor
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good we are expecting the ways in swell -- waves and swells to go to anywhere from eight to nine feet. meanwhile, we have some sunshine and cloud today. all the clouds that in in the state today have been clouds that blew off the top, drifted off of hermine and came here to new hampshire. in most places. 69 or 70 at the lowest. it was the coolest with the northeast winds. look at the clouds going on through a now they are starting to drift in a lesson sunshine in. partly sunny rest of the day. i serve advisory has been issued by the national weather service do to the swells and waves growing and the rip currents on the seacoast.
dealing with stronger winds and bigger ways because you are closer to the storm. here is where the action is. rain bands across parts of the islands, seven new england, but nowhere farther north than there. late this afternoon or tonight, some of these rain bands will push further north. a look at the center. this is the struggles like loan- hermine.why the fancy name ? "post" means after, so no longer a tropical storm. still hurricane force. why is that? i will switch to the enhanced infrared satellite. notice how all the action is over on the side and not much on this side. what that means is the death lost its tropical characteristics.
tropical storm, but it is still a strong storm to be reckoned with. the track has it coming evening closer to us. heading in our direction now. comes close to new england. turns off wednesday and heads to the northeast. you watch that closely. some of the spiral rain bands are working their way up towards us tonight and tomorrow. off and on may showers during the day night and into wednesday. you could see a few more rain showers as well. forecast highs for this afternoon, 70's to lower 80's as the temperatures in the north and west get a little bit warmer. there is your temperatures for the rest of the week cooler tomorrow, scattered showers. by late week we are warming up to the highs. let's head on over to "cook's corner."
on this labor day monday, manchester favorite. chef fred, owner and head chef. fred: hi khomeini. -- hi, immigrant it -- hi, amy. it is labor day. no laboring unless you are a first responder or somebody on tv or a chef. amy: that's right. you have some beautiful things co modified to whatever your taste preferences are. sometimes this is stuffed in the casing. in this case i put it on a couple -- kabob, similar to a traditional middle eastern. -- turkish or middle eastern. cumin, coriander, hot seasoning -- i used chorizo but it could be anything you want.
could use all hamburger mix them up because lamb is a little expensive. in this case, i fire them up on a griddle here. they have browned up pretty nice. when they are done, you just put them right here. amy: can we talk about the skewers? we were talking about those off-camera. fred: these are real easy to find, pretty much anre you use them on the grill, so they resist burning. pretty much -- again, paper plate. a little bowl. you can throw it away when you are done. amy: it is a small bite. fred: the -- exactly. amy: can you talk about the sauce? fred: creamy garlic. amy: is it based on sour cream
caesar dressing. perfect with that. amy: oh, my gosh, hard to take our eyes off the lobster rolls. fred: a couple things about this that you will not find at any fast lobster roll or back in season type of thing. this is fresh lobster. if you can take a look, there are big chunks in their and i use the tail meat. the key is to not use too much mayonnaise. use good mayonnaise. not to say a namebrand, but a local brand, all-natural, and that is what i use. a little bit of lemon juice. don't overdo the mayonnaise. i took some small rolls, grill them on this griddle. real butter.
amy: an annual labor day tradition kicked off this morning at the pease international tradeport. it was the 20th running of the st. charles children's home road race. abilities on a certified course around pease. its an important fundraiser for the great work of the st. charles childrens home, providing behavioral treatment to children that allows them to better integrate into their school systems. >> i think it is important because they do wonderful work with the community. we picked u-- they have the run for god also and we picked up one of their bracelets. it is nice to do faith in doing something good for the community as well.
$150,000 for the st. charles childrens home. -- to the right of your screen a nun running the 5k. josh: i love that. good stuff to good weather for running. we have temperatures that are cooler right now but back up lter this week. amy: starting tonight at 5:00, what is drawing so many people to the granite state. does the name of van ostern: i'm colin van ostern, and i learned a lot as a business leader at stonyfield yogurt, like how to keep families healthy. on the executive council, i worked with governor hassan to restore funding for planned parenthood and to expand medicaid to 50,000 citizens,
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