tv News 9 Daybreak ABC November 21, 2016 6:00am-7:00am EST
kevin: the flakes are flying. we are going to talk about how much more we will see and the colder wind and how long it will spur the short work week ahead. sean: a warning for shoppers as we head into the busy holiday season. we have important reminders afr devices were found at local banks. a brutal attack leaves a mother of four dad, and police say her special needs son was found holding her body. janai: the two sides of donald trump. i am breaking out the high-profile meetings and controversial tweets from the president-elect. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> no one covers new hampshire
had some snowfall overnight. thanks for waking up with is this monday. police are busy this morning with a lot of crashes and spinouts all over the area. firefighters shared this picture of a crash in peterborough. you have got to be careful out there. police are asking everyone to slow down. and we are hearing that bridges and overpasses are especially slick right now, depending on where you are in the state. but that is our top story. very slick out there due to the conditions. kevin: roads in a lot of areas. it is the fact that temperatures are at or below freezing for several hours early this morning , and could cause slick spots on the bridges, overpasses, secondary roads, and untreated surfaces. a lot of the accumulation for central and southern areas is over. the focus will continue further north. white mountains, great north woods into this evening and tomorrow, temperatures at or below a couple of degrees below freezing this morning, with
more on your forecast coming up, but let's look at your morning drive in the granite date. we're joined live by 95.7 wzid's deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning, kevin. a tough start to the morning commute. we are getting word the spaulding turnpike southbound is temporarily closed between route for an route 108, so crews can get crashes out of the way and get those roads treated. you are not going to be stuck on the highway. they are diverting you off. through boehme concord. traffic is slow from concord down to the hooksett tolls. there is a crash on the southbound side involving a rollover in campton. we are slow from bow through concord. again from sanburton up to new hampton. slow -- for through plymouth.
the holiday shopping season is kicking into high gear. black friday is this week. but local police are warning people to be careful. investigators say sophisticated skimming devices were recently found on atm's in hillsboro and manchester, potentially putting customers' information at risk. wmur's ray brewer is here to explain. ray: police say skimming devices are relatively easy and cheap to find, potentially providing criminals with a lot of stolen debit or credit card information. within the last week and a half, some rather sophisticated equipment was found on atm's in hillsborough and manchester. investigators have released surveillance pictures showing the man they think was placing the devices. the devices were found after customers reported having difficulty swiping their cards. while police are not saying which bank was affected, they say the bank has notified customers that may have been affected. captain donovan the equipment
completely subdued. it blended in perfectly with the atm. >> the credit cards with the chips on them, those are the most secure, so if you've got a credit card with a chip, that's probably the way to go. ray: it is unclear if any information was actually stolen. experts say skimmers may try to target more people over the next few weeks as shopping traffic increases. the devices are most commonly planted in atm's and gas pumps. officials recommend checking to see if the card reader is loose first, and then hiding your pin when you type it in. in the studio, ray brewer, wmur sean: ray, thanks. police in manchester say a store has been targeted by a burglar for a second time in as many weeks. officers say someone threw rocks through the front door of the z-1 market on second street late saturday night, and then stole several items, including scratch tickets. the store was closed at the time. last week, someone stole cash and cigarettes from the store. right now, it is not clear if the cases are connected. a mother of four is being remembered this morning after a brutal attack in lowell,
special-needs son witnessing the attack. police say a fight spilled into the street from a party, and a 44-year-old woman was beaten and then left to die near a parking lot dumpster. her son, who has down's syndrome, was found holding his mother, trying to help and talk to her. >> she lived for her kids, and for them to sit there and take her life away over an attitude or something -- we guess everyone knows these and its disgusting. -- it's disgusting. sean: police have not made any arrests. there are cameras in the area, but it is not clear right now if they captured the attack. two rock climbers are safe this morning after getting stuck on cannon cliffs in franconia. the pair, from massachusetts, called 911 around 10:30 saturday night, and said they were stranded 2/3 of the way up the moon shadow climbing route, and knew bad weather was moving in for sunday. rescuers were finally able to lift them to the top of the
officials say both men were experienced climbers. president elect donald trump says he has, quote, "made a couple of deals after meeting with potential nominees this weekend." but he has not announced any new picks -- though mitt romney is said to be a leading candidate for secretary of state. and mr. trump is expected to meet with former texas governor rick perry today. abc's janai norman is following the presidential transition. janai: from president-elect to king of it of donald trump. mr. trump: we are going to have a great day. janai: smiling and statesmanlike, trump lined up more than 20 meetings in two days. using twitter to tease possible announcements, he tweeted sunday, "general james mad dog matthis, a contender for secretary of defense, was very impressive." mr. trump: he is the real deal. janai: the transition team promising to announce more picks soon, amid ongoing backlash over the five positions already filled -- like national security advisor lt. general michael
raddatz: is he in line with how president-elect trump views islam? priebus: well, i think so. i mean, look -- phrasing can always be done differently. but clearly, there are some aspects of that faith that are problematic. janai: also meeting with trump this weekend former new york , mayor rudy giuliani, new jersey governor chris christie, and former presidential candidate mitt romney, once a staunch critic of trump. gov. romney: his promises are as worthless as a degree from trump university. janai: the president-elect taking to twitter to address university, and friday's $25 million settlement to end the fraud cases against the now-closed school. writing "the only bad thing , about winning the presidency is that i did not have the time to go through a long but winning trial on trump u. too bad." what followed -- three fiery tweets calling the cast of hamilton rude, writing they harassed vice president-elect mike pence after friday night's show, and calling for an apology. but pence seeming to disagree
what was said. janai: one big announcement from the transition team this weekend -- word that future first lady melania and her son barron won't be moving into the white house in january. we're learning they'll stay in new york through the spring to allow the 10-year-old to finish the school year there. janai norman, abc news, washington. sean: well still to come on news , 9 "daybreak" -- a dangerous day for police. manhunts in two major u.s. cities after ambush attacks on officers sitting in their cars, leaving one protests over a pipeline in north dakota are escalating again. the measures police used last night to try and control growing crowds. and in the next half hour, a manchester man is recovering after his balcony railing gave way. but rescuers say this could have
kevin: it is monday morning, november 21. we start with slick highways in spots. temperatures at or below the freezing mark after late snow last night. a few spots around three or four inches of accumulation. a lighco in the glassy areas. be ready for slick spots on area roadways. a blustery day today. your forecast for the busy travel they wednesday, coming up. sean: take care on the roadways this morning. at least one person was arrested overnight as hundreds of protesters clashed with police near the dakota access pipeline in north dakota. police say about 400 people tried to cross a bridge, in what they call an ongoing riot. and officers appeared to use water cannons to stop the movement, even as temperatures plunged well below freezing.
the clash was near the camp protestors were kicked out of nearly a month ago. police in san antonio are looking for the gunman they say shot and killed an officer in an ambush attack yesterday morning. investigators say detective benjamin marconi, a 20-year veteran of the force, was sitting in his squad car outside police headquarters, writing a traffic ticket, when another driver pulled up, shot him twice in the head, and then drove away. police don't think the gunman has any ec officer most families will be : celebrating the holidays. sapd will be burying one of its own because of the ultimate act of cowardice by a suspect who will be caught and brought to justice. sean: officers in san antonio have been told not to make any traffic stops alone while the search for the shooter continues, calling the suspect a clear threat to law enforcement. meantime a police sergeant in
condition this morning after another ambush attack, but officials say he is expected to survive. investigators say the officer was sitting in traffic last night when a car pulled alongside and someone shot him twice in the face. the suspect was then shot and killed early this morning after shooting at officers again, hours after the first attack. right now, it is 6:13. coming up, harry potter is working magic at the movies again. a new spinoff plus why toys 'r' us is pulling a popular toy from its shelves just days before one of the biggest shopping days of the
we are not hearing of serious injuries right now is the good news, the roads all over the street are slippery and bridges and overpasses are especially bad, because there is some black ice out there. it was a fantastic weekend at the box office. the harry potter spinoff "fantastic beasts and where to find them" raked in $75 million over the weekend, easily taking the top spot. the film is intended to start a five-movie series, and experts are predicting it will fare very well over the thanksgiving holiday as well. doctor strange slipped to second after two weeks on top. toys "r" us is stopping sales of a popular toy truck after one caught fire. a couple in washington state says they bought a battery-powered tonka "mighty wheel dump truck" on friday, but say it caught fire on the drive home, engulfing their pickup truck. fortunately, they were not hurt. right now, officials say the incident appears to be isolated. and there is no recall just yet, but the problem is under
well sabra dipping company is , recalling some of its hummus and spreads because they could be contaminated with listeria. the affected products were made before november 8, and have a best before date of january 23, 2017 on the lid. listeria was found at a plant where the products were made. if you have any sabra hummus or spread with that january 23 date, throw it out right away. well most of the state has now , seen the first snow of the season, so what is in store for th right? we have seen the extremes recently, with record snow two years ago, remember that? but a dry and mild season last winter. tonight, stormwatch 9 meteorologist josh judge looks at the factors that could affect the weather in the coming months, like lending you -- like la nina or the polar vortex.
we'll get this year. watch the winter ahead on news 9 at 11:00. a lot of people curious about that. they want to break out the snowshoes and the skis. kevin: the beauty of new hampshire is we get all four seasons. some last longer or melding the other seasons, like we are seeing this morning. a little bit of snow early this morning. in some spots, three-four inches of accumulation. wakefield, around four inches of snow. three in laconia. temperatures early this morning at or below the freezing mark. slick spots out there, especially untreated surfaces, secondary roads, bridges, overpasses. not much additional precipitation in central and southern areas, besides a few flurries. little if any additional accumulation. up north, you could see a few inches from the white mountains through coos county. the wind remains today, tonight,
over 25 mph, adding extra bite. the best day looks to be the busy travel day on wednesday. it does not always work out that conveniently. big showers possible later this week, with a couple of weeks systems heading toward us, with a little light rain or light snow. you see the clouds trying to clear in central and southern areas. we will still see occasional flurries. any clouds that survive the trip over the western or northern terrain. up in the north country, snow bare minimum. a be an additional inch or two later tonight and tomorrow before this winds down. a lot of accumulation done for central and southern areas. locally, upward of two to four inches of accumulation. up north, a coating in the grassy areas. the roadways, temperatures below the freezing mark early this morning. as temperatures climb above freezing, wind out of the west
but may dry out roadways into the afternoon. winds will continue to gust, at times over 25 mph through the afternoon. still over 20 mph through tonight and tomorrow. this will continue to feed in drier air from our west and northwest. the air mass will likely be around through the end of the week. these high temperatures are pretty much where we are going to be through the end of the week. we are going to continue to see the system slowly pull away. light snow for the white mountains gr partly to mostly sunny skies. leslie sunny skies and lighter wind for most on wednesday. one system centered around thanksgiving. another late friday night are into saturday. there is a look at it. your extended forecast as high temperatures about as consistent as you are going to see for a seven day forecast. it does not work out this way very much. snow showers continue up north today and through tomorrow.
it looks like a nice day. rain shower activity possible thursday. there may be a stray shower and another disturbance. none of those look like huge storms. but early this morning, as temperatures are below freezing, you could have issues on area roadways. sean: good news for all the ski areas hoping to open this weekend. let's check our top stories. we start with ray brewer. ray: as the holiday shopping season approaches, police sounding a morning after found on atm's in hillsboro and manchester. investigators have released surveillance pictures showing the mandate was placing the devices. the devices were found after customers reported having difficulty swiping their cards. sean: police in manchester say a store has been targeted by a burglar for a second time in as many weeks. officers say some threw rocks through the front door of the z-1 market on second street late saturday night, and then stole several items, including scratch tickets. last week, someone stole cash
two rock climbers are safe this morning after getting stuck on cannon cliffs in franconia. the pair called 911 saturday night, and were finally pulled to safety yesterday morning about 12 hours after their ordeal started. coming up on "daybreak" -- have you ever wondered what life is like in a fishbowl? a resort in africa is now providing the chance to sleep underwater. energy costs go up and down. at eversource, we don't like it any more than you do. it doesn't mean more money for us. it means that the market price of the energy we buy for you is changing. but we're working to increase the supply of clean, affordable energy across the region because more energy means lower energy costs for you and the communities we serve. and as the number-one provider of energy-efficiency programs in the nation, we're committed to helping you manage the energy you use.
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so you can see. the room provides incredible views of tropical fish and a nearby coral reef. kevin: in case you were wondering where erin is this morning. food and drinks are ferried in from the mainland. but if you want to enjoy life in a fishbowl, it will cost about$1500 a night. sean: how much do you take on room service when they have to company the water? kevin: that is a good point. sean: there are a lot of big hits in the nfl, but apparently not all the hits are on the field or during the game. the minnesota vikings were running out onto the field yesterday for their game against guys for the tv broadcast got in the way, and was run over by one of the defensive tackles. number 98 there. kevin: you watch this, and surprisingly other than his , pride, the man wasn't hurt. however, he said he will need a new pair of glasses. look at that. sean: do you think he caught the sound on camera? kevin: i do not think he wants to relive that. sean: you have to be careful in front of the tunnel. it is part of the game. coming up in the next half hour,
>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, news 9 "daybreak." sean: we are getting our first real taste of winter conditions. a live loo you can see it is below freezing. the cause of that, we are seeing some black ice, slick spots on the roadways. we will talk about that in a minute. first, let's get to our top stories. authorities are warning people to be on the lookout for credit card skimmers after devices were found on atm's at banks in hillsborough and manchester. a hearing is expected to take place today in the case of wendell noyes. he's the man accused of killing his 11-year-old step-daughter, celina cass, back in 2011. and if you are heading out on the roads this morning, you'll want to be cautious.
slick conditions, including this crash in bow. so this is kind of our first taste, maybe, of winter driving out there. you can see really winter like conditions and colebrook. they live look. kevin: the white mountains northward, you have snow covered roads this morning. anywhere south of the white mountains, a lot of this in the form of light snow. a lot of that on the grassy areas. a lot of moisture on area or below the freezing mark. we have slick spots. the bridges, the overpasses, untreated surfaces, and secondary roads this morning. he continued to see partial sunshine in central and southern areas. up north, light snow will continue through tomorrow. there could be additional accumulation through tomorrow, depending on where you are. sean: some of those roadways are just wet. some are frozen. let's check on the roads this morning. here's a live look at i-93 from our hooksett camera. kevin: 31 degrees.
we're joined live by 95.7 wzid's deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning. right now, 93 north and south is a slow ride from the hooksett tolls all the way to exit 18 in canterbury. we are getting reports of numerous crashes, rollovers, and spin outs. it is slow on 393 in concord from exit two down to the 93 ramps. northbound 93 heavy and slow through tilton and plymouth. 89 north, lots of crashes from the b henniker. a crash on 293 south at exit four. 101, five crashes between exits seven and 12. bowling turnpike remains closed southbound between newington andover due to numerous crashes. they are trying to clear out and get the road treated. from the wzid traffic network i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. ,sean: good advice on a morning like this. with the holiday shopping season now underway, police are warning people to be on the lookout for skimming devices.
were found on atm's in hillsborough and manchester. ray brewer joins us live now the -- live in the studio. and ray, we're told the culprits used sophisticated equipment, right? ray: that is correct. authorities are advising people to always check your accounts for fraudulent charges. police say the devices used were incredibly sophisticated. experts are offering advice on how to avoid falling victim. here, and security experts say you need to be on the lookout for skimming devices, which can steal debit or credit card information. peter the credit cards with the : chips on them, those are the most secure, so if you've got a credit card with a chip, that's probably the way to go. ray: peter la monica, a computer forensic analyst who teaches at manchester community college, says crooks could target shoppers over the next month. skimmers are generally planted in atms and gas pumps. la monica recommends concealing
and check to see if the card reader is loose. peter if something looks like : it's new or been replaced recently, make sure that's not a skimmer. ray: police think this man is responsible for placing skimming devices. last weekend, a hillsborough bank found a device after customers said they had trouble swiping their cards. a similar skimmer was found at a bank in manchester. at this time, it's unclear if anyone's card was compromised. investigators won't say which banks were affected. holidays, la monica says to always be careful with your cards. peter: the really good deals from that guy that you never heard of may just be too good to be. -- to be true. be careful when you give your credit card number out over the phone. you're not really sure who's on the other end of the line. ray: if you do run into an issue, call police or your bank
news 9. sean: a hearing is expected to take place today in the case of a man accused of killing his 11-year-old step-daughter. 52-year-old wendell noyes is charged with second-degree murder in the 2011 death of celina cass. her body was pulled from the connecticut river six days after she was reported missing from her west stewartstown home. the hearing, which was re-scheduled from september, is expected to determine whether noyes is mentally competent to stand trial. the sentencing re-trial for convicted murderer gary sampson continues today. sampson was sentenced to death massachusetts back in 2001. he also admitted to killing a man in meredith. the jury in his retrial will decide if sampson gets life in prison without parole, or the death penalty. the prosecution rested its case last week. we now know the name of the man killed in a head-on crash in tilton saturday night. police say 29-year-old robert arteaga of northfield died when he crossed the center line and hit another vehicle on laconia road. the other driver, a 51-year-old
injuries. at last check, she was still in the hospital. in a statement, arteaga's family said, quote, "he was a son, a brother, a friend, and recently a new father. our family, through this difficult time, also shares a concern for the person and family who were involved in this awful event." a manchester man is recovering this morning after falling more than 25 feet off his balcony. firefighters say the railing gave way on saturday as the man was trying to hang a rug he ha just cleaned at the gresley residence on chestnut street. they say he's lucky he didn't fall on the cement right below the balcony. >> obviously, if he fell on the cement the injured would've been a lot worse. but he fell on the lawn area. that is still a significant fall, and he'll be out of commission for a time, but the injuries are not considered to be life-threatening. sean: firefighters are working with the building department and the company that manages the building to make sure the proper inspections and repairs are done.
that lost nearly everything in a fire. the fire broke out on saturday night at a housing complex on 11th street. no one was inside at the time. one of the displaced families has five kids, ranging in ages from two to 19 years old. firefighters say plumbing work was going on, and they believe the maintenance may have caused the fire. several ski areas are planning to open their slopes this week, according to the division of travel and tourism and ski new hampshire. bretton woods plans to open on thursday. that is thanksgiving. and cranmore mountain, mount sunapee, cannon mountain, and waterville valley are all hoping to open this friday. the dates are tentative, and will depend on the weather. of course. coming up on "daybreak," a fascinating discovery in alaska. a pair of moose was found encased in ice. and some people who are blind are now turning to a special app for help. find out how it allows you to lend your sight to those who
that is going to feel a little more like the season to come. mainly grassy areas, we saw four inches. day-to-day, clouds and light snow continue up north. central and southern areas will have a brisk wind with highs in the 30's. we will have much more on the forecast, looking down the road through the short work week, coming up. sean: speaking of the weathe to be very careful today. there have been several reports of accidents and spin outs due to slick conditions. make sure to leave yourself plenty of extra time if you need to head out today. we are hearing about slick spots out there. authorities in nevada are investigating a deadly crash and explosion involving a medical flight. they say on air ambulance plane was taking a heart disease patient to the hospital on saturday when it crashed into a parking lot, killing all three
experienced mechanical problems. witnesses say it went down in a mining company's parking lot, causing some of the parked vehicles to catch fire, and dozens of rounds of ammunition to get off. it is hunting season, so many had ammunition in their vehicles. american midflight, which owns the nevada playing, said it is devastated and is cooperating with authorities. massachusetts police are trying to track down two people they say crashed into a house in northborough after leading them on a chase. >> the entire door was taken off. they damaged the mailboxes, they damaged to the side of the house. sean: fortunately no one inside , the house was hurt and the town building inspector says the home is structurally sound. police say this all started early sunday morning when officers tried to pull over the car on interstate-290 for speeding. after it crashed into the house, police say the two suspects took off on foot. federal regulators now want railroads across the country to test their train operators for a
engineer in a deadly train crash in new jersey was found to have sleep apnea. the speeding train slammed into a terminal in hoboken, killing a woman who was standing on the platform. officials say the engineer was diagnosed with sleep apnea after the accident. now to an interesting discovery in alaska. take a look. two moose were found frozen in battle and encased in ice near a remote village. pictures show their antlers poking through the ice. the man who found the fr animals was wounded by the other's antlers and may have died as the antlers were locked together, dragging the rival down with it. both moose have since been removed from the ice. let's talk sports right now. the patriots took on the 49ers in san francisco yesterday. new england got off to a fast start. in the first quarter, tom brady hooked up with julian edleman right there for a four-yard
still took a 6-0 lead. the score was 6-3 in the second when brady dumped it off to james white, who went 9 yards for the score. like a freight train right there. brady threw for 280 yards and 4 touchdowns and the pats went on to win it 30-17. brady is now tied for second all-time with 199 career wins. to the race track now. jimmie johnson, kyle busch, joey logano, and carl edwards were racing for the sprint cup championship on sunday. on a restart, with ten laps to go, carl edwards tried to block joey logano, but the move backfired. as you can see edwards got loose , and went hard into the wall. that triggered a major crash that red flagged the race for about 31 minutes. the wreck opened the door for johnson. he actually had to start from the back of the field because his car failed pre-race inspection. but johnson took the lead on a restart in overtime, and went on to win the race. johnson: there was just
nature in the car. i did not know what the outcome would be, but i was very content and peaceful with whatever was coming my way. and then i remember it being the greatest thing in the world. just wild. sean: there it is. this is jimmie johnson's seventh sprint cup title, tying him with the legendary richard petty and dale earnhardt for the most all-time. saturday's win in maine was enough to get the unh football team back in the playoffs for a 13th consecutive season. the team gathered in their locker room sunday morning to watch the se and they were pretty pumped up. at 7-4 overall new hampshire received an at-large bid, and will host the champions of the patriot league, the lehigh mountain hawks, who are 9-2, going to be a tough game. that game is this saturday at wildcat stadium. >> it is pretty cool in the locker room when you see the name go up and then you hear the irruption, you know? one, it never gets old. but this year more than anything, there was a lot of
i'm happy for the kids. they really deserve it, the way they played yesterday. it is a credit to everybody here that we have got that opportunity. to put something -- we have had them here before. i think the experience will be better with everything we have here. again, it is for this out -- the whole state. humming back last night and seeing high school football here, it was an awesome thing. hopefully, we can get the same support this week. sean: congrats to the coach and the team. although -- i always want to get him a throa the wildcats' 13 year playoff streak is the longest active streak in the country. good luck on saturday. a smartphone app made by danish developers is allowing users to lend their sight to blind people. it's called be my eyes. the app uses a live-streaming camera to connect to thousands of so-called helpers. that enables the person who is blind to show the helpers what he or she is doing, just like skype or facetime. helpers are able to aide the person in certain tasks, such as choosing the right item from a shelf, checking expiration dates, or navigating new
>> it's not something that changes people's lives, but it does make it a little more easy and we hope that people will be able to do things that they wouldn't do otherwise, because now they have this help available on the spot. sean: and a lot of help, too. so far nearly 400,000 people across the world have downloaded the app in hopes of lending their sight. that means for every blind person, the app now boasts 12 or 13 volunteers. they just want to help out. amazing what technology can do, crowdsourcing an effort to look around your house. kevin: scratching the surface, i think, is for as that is concerned. we start off with a very different scene. it looks and feels a little different this morning. a light coating to an inch in a lot of grassy areas in southern parts of the state. you either get up in elevation or have further north, and there are spots with three or four inches of accumulation. looking at the clouds trying to
north. into the afternoon and the evening, possibly still lingering snowflakes tomorrow, thanks to a west and northwest wind which will continue to bump up against the terrain and create more in the way of clouds and snow showers. a brisk wind out of the west. eventually, the whole system lifts far enough to the northeast that it is not only a few sunny breaks, but partly sunny skies tomorrow, m wednesday. most of the accumulation for the southern half of the state now done. in the north country, we likely hang on to snow through tomorrow morning. that could be an additional two to four inches of accumulation. temperatures at or below freezing. there are a lot of snow covered roadways in central and southern areas, but there is an of moisture left on area roadways but temperatures just below the freezing mark are causing some
overpasses, off ramps, and untreated surfaces that could be the biggest issue early this morning. light snow will continue up north. we are going to look for the wind out of the west, 10-15 mph, but gusts coming were numerous as the morning wears on. those will be around through the afternoon. still brisk wind tonight and tomorrow. well temperatures will be in the 30's, you factor in the wind, and we are talking windchill in the teens d 20's, occasional areas of light snow, especially up in elevation, where you could be seven inches of accumulation about two or three -- 2000 or 3000 feet. clouds and occasional flurries continue up north, with mostly sunny skies and excellent timing if you are traveling on wednesday. it is going to be the nicest day of the week. notice clouds increasing wednesday night ahead of the
there will be two systems at the end of the week. aroma be huge storms, but enough moisture involved that there could be light rain or light snow mixed. the best chance would start thanks giving afternoon. the a passing shower friday. that could be a rain shower or snow shower. a little light rain or light snow a possibility on saturday. a huge hello and thank you to the gray levels at highland goffs falls school in manchester, where i visited on friday. kindergarten and first talked about the water cycle, weather instruments, and cloud types. and they wanted to know when it is going to snow. several of them think i control it. they were asking me friday. they are home of the huskies. a big thank you to them. the entire school was a lot of fun. sean: they are waking up to snow this morning. kevin: but they are going to school. sean: did you control the weather? attention, fourth-graders, speaking of students. if you are willing to venture into the white mountain national forest, you can get yourself a
allowed to cut down their own trees after purchasing a five dollar permit. but this year, fourth-graders participating in the federal every kid in a park program can get a permit for free, so long as they have valid passes. the permits can be picked up at forest service offices in campton, lincoln, gorham, or conway. good luck picking up a tree. at least one turkey in arkansas has nothing to worry about this thanksgiving. purrsilla is not your average turkey. she's actually a licensed therapy bird. the 20-pound turkey to be around humans. the activity director at a local nursing home found purrsilla at a roadside sale. she says the bird was so tame and friendly that she decided to makeher a therapy bird. now, purrsilla spends her days bringing smiles to the faces of the nursing home residents. >> i have seen a turkey, but never that close, and not a live one, you know?
sean: right now, it is 6:55. updating our top stories -- with the holiday shopping season now underway, police are warning people to be on the lookout for skimming devices. the warning comes after devices were found on atm's in hillsborough and manchester. a hearing is expected to take place today in the case of a man accused of killing his 11-year-old step-daughter. wendell noyes is charged with second-degree murder in the 2011 death of celina cass. the hearing is expected to determine whether noyes is
if you are driving to work or school this morning, you'll want to be extra cautious. state police say they've been responding to accidents all morning. here is a live look at i-93 in plymouth, where we are told there is an accident right now, so take care. firefighters shared this picture of a crash in peterborough from this morning. troopers say the slick conditions are causing rollovers and spin-outs all across the state. kevin: going to be a few hours with temperatures the freezing mark this morning, so the main roads will likely be ok in a lot of areas, it is secondary roads, untreated surfaces, bridges, overpasses, on ramps, and all france that will be an issue this morning. light snow continues up north, but breaks in the overcast. the nicest today will be wednesday with light mixed showers toward the end of the week. sean: our first taste of winter driving. the temperature still below freezing, so take care of the black ice. coming up next on "good morning america," they will have the latest on a series of shootings
reat monday, everyone. good morning, america. the northeast hit by the first major snowstorm of the the season. a foot of snow already falling. more on the way. wind gusts up to 50 miles an hour. temperatures plunging from chicago to florida, as millions prepare to hit the road for massive manhunt. four police officers shot from st. louis to san antonio. a cop attacked while driving his squad car. a 20-year vet ran gunned down while writing a ticket. president trump closes in on new cabinet picks. 21 meetings in two days. an announcement about secretary of defense is imminent.