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kevin: now on daybreak, the busy travel wednesday is here and it looks pretty quiet, but it won't last the entire holiday weekend the latest on two systems we're tracking ahead erin: let the holiday shopping spree begin but experts have some important reminders to make sure your money stays safe sean: decorating accident how a man was seriously hurt while putting up christmas lights in merrimack erin: do you recognize this man? police say he targeted four businesses in amherst and even took fundraising money from a daycare. good morning, new hampshire. thanks for waking up with us. i'm erin fehlau.
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we have reached the wednesday before thanksgiving. kevin: this morning i heard wind . it is still out there. 10 to 20 miles per hour. it has been here since sunday. we are expecting the clouds of north to finally release. next system to the west by the time it gets here as organized. we could see a little bit of light snow on your takes giving in spots. we will talk about the entire weekend with futurecast in a bit. for a look at the morning drive here in the granite state we're joined live by 95.7 wzid's deb davidson. good morning deb. >> good morning. right now if your commute is starting on i-93 we are not seeing any problems either north or south bound. it is nice and quiet right now.
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not seeing any problems on 101 or 111. with triple team traffic reports throughout the day, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: we start with breaking news from the upper valley where state police confirm they are investigating a serious assault in the town of wentworth police have been on scene for a couple of hours now and they tell us that the scene remains very active right now there is no word as to the victim's condition or any arrests but we do have a crew headed to the scene and will bring you updates as soon as we learn them. erin: investigators say a merrimack man was seriously shocked while putting up christmas lights firefighters say the man was using a metal pole to put lights on a large tree outside along glen forest drive yesterday afternoon when the pole touched a high voltage primary power line he was taken to a boston hospital to be treated for
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electric surge also damaged several decorations in the yard. sean: tomorrow is thanksgiving and that means a lot of people are traveling this weekend with today one of the busiest travel days of the year and the weather could cause some serious problems in parts of the country whether you are on the roads or in the skies abc's janai norman reports. janai: winter weather advisories and weekend travel woes. that's what millions of americans can look forward to as travel for the thanksgiving as usual, whether you're preparing for takeoff or taking to the roads, experts expect today to be one of the worst for travel. preparing for packed terminals, tsa hiring 1400 new officers, converting 2,000 others to full time, and adding more canine teams. >> we're running a daily operation now that is centered, that focused specifically on screening operations hour by hour at the top 30 airports. janai: faster security lanes rolled out at airports in new jersey, atlanta, chicago and lax
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faces, people coming through much more efficiently. janai: but that could be offset by the weather set to take the middle of the country by storm. look at this winter weather advisories for parts of minnesota and wisconsin through this morning that could bring 2 to 5 inches of snow. that same system packing a line of heavy rain and storms through arkansas and tennessee. that couldn chicago to new orleans and slippery roads at millions prepare to travel. this picture from la showing jam-packed traffic as the holiday weekend gets underway. so you make it to your destination, after thanksgiving dinner, the most important thing is taking home leftovers, right? if you fly, you can pack stuffing, green beans, turkey and even your favorite pie in your carry on. unfortunately not the mashed potatoes or gravy anything you can spill like that, has to go in your checked bag.
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sean: americans are getting ready to spend billions and billions of dollars over the next few days with black friday and cyber monday. but that is raising concerns about identity theft as you start grabbing those deals cyber security experts are offering some advice to make sure you don't get scammed the first tip is to be sure you are on legitimate websites and apps and beware of deals that look too good to be true also whenever possible use a credit card instead of a debit card they also warn that you should always be home when packages are being delivered. >> ask a neighbor, see if they'll pick it up for you, time the delivery, track the delivery and the best thing you can do is ask your boss for permission to have things that you're buying for the holidays shipped to work. sean: experts say you should also change your passwords frequently, and never use your social media passwords for online shopping. erin: police in amherst are looking for the man they say broke into several businesses including a daycare
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four businesses along route 101-a early saturday morning and stole petty cash and several laptop computers police say he also stole about $600 from the sunrise daycare that had been raised to help benefit projects in the classrooms. an aunt and nephew from hollis are accused of trying to steal from a home after the homeowner passed away police just arrested 49-year-old janet testa-fox and 35-year-old john testa officers say the pair was loading up several items including a motorcycle, atv, and two mountain bikes last month from a home on federal hill road when family members of the late owner arrived both testa and testa-fox are free on bail. sean: a woman is recovering from minor injuries after she was struck after picking up a thanksgiving meal from a local food pantry. officials say the woman was loading the food into her suv outside new horizons in manchester late yesterday
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her vehicle knocking her to the ground witnesses say the driver had already swerved around other pedestrians and this could have been a lot worse. >> there were numerous people picking up their thanksgiving day dinners and numerous people in that area during that time for lunch at the soup kitchen itself and also the lady in the back she could've been al sean: no one was seriously hurt and it is not clear if the driver was cited. erin: state fish and game officials say there is a new scam tricking people into paying for a hunting or fishing license without actually providing them the scam involves at least two websites that seem to provide licenses in any state but the fine print says there is no government affiliation and after paying a fee customers are simply given more information on how to apply fish and game says you should only use their official website. sean: still to come on newsnine daybreak a devastating fire right before the holidays the community is
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erin: the ice bucket challenge is back in the spotlight where a key artifact from the effort will soon be on display sean: and in the next half hour the drug crisis is now creating a serious strain on another state agency with the number of deaths continuing to climb you're watching news-nine
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kevin: morning dropping back into the upper 20's and lower 30's. fair skies early this morning. we are talking partial sunshine today. some light snow at times in the course of the holiday weekend. details and the timing of the futurecast ahead. sean: the community is now trying to rally support for a nashua family after they lost everything in a fire over the weekend erin: nicole jones wasn't home when the fire broke out investigators believe it was
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from 2 to 19 is gone one of her children even broke down at school this week because of the trauma. >> i don't know if it hurts more because i didn't start it. like if it had been my fault i don't know if i could have eaten it like you're just dumb and you did it and it's your fault. it's not my fault. at all. erin: the faly a go fund me page set up to help the family as they get ready for the holidays. sean: a new exhibit is opening next week at the smithsonian in washington, d.c. and it will include one of the first buckets used in the ice bucket challenge it will be part of the new exhibit called giving in america. showcasing four themes of american philanthropy the ice bucket challenge took off when former boston college baseball player pete frates got involved and ended up raising $115
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former president george h.w. bush is celebrating the recovery of a little boy battling leukemia mister bush shaved his head 3 years ago in support of patrick the son of a secret service agent now both patrick and the former president have full heads of hair and patrick is doing much better mister bush and his wife, barbara, lost a child of their own to leukemia back in 1953. erin: coming up finding a church doesn't need to be difficult how the vatican is turning to technology sean: plus how one local ski area is working to make sure
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sean: hurricane otto is slowly moving toward the coast of costa rica and nicaragua in central america. but the storm is already blamed for at least three deaths otto is dumping heavy rains in panama and triggering mudslides
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scrambling to release water from the locks in the panama canal thousands of people are now being evacuated in costa rica even though the storm isn't expected to make landfall until tomorrow. a waterslide in kansas on which a child died last summer will be demolished once the investigation into the tragedy is done the operator of the waterpark says tearing down the 168 foot slide which is billed as the tallest in the world is the only proper course of action no charges or lawsuits have been filed in the case. erin: if you need help finding a church or a place to confess there's an app for that the archbishop of saint andrews and edinburgh launched a new app yesterday in the vatican the catholic app allows users to find the nearest holy mass or confession anywhere in the world the church says it is another effort to reach younger people. an incredibly rare skeleton of a
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the buyer's premium but that is well below what experts had predicted a private collector bought the skeleton which was assembled over the course of nearly 40 years experts say it is likely the last one that will ever be sold the dodo bird has been extinct for 350 years. sean: there are growing concerns this morning about holiday package deliveries due to a strike by airline pilots pilots for the cargo airline yesterday the company carries packages for amazon and dhl dozens of flights have already been canceled and the airline plans to ask the courts to force the pilots back to work calling the strike illegal, under terms of the contract. toyota is recalling more than 800,000 sienna mini-vans because the sliding doors could suddenly open while the vehicle is moving the affected vans are from the
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toyota says the issue involves the motor for the door but the automaker is still working on a fix owners will be notified of repair plans by mid-january. erin: a local ski resort is working to make sure the upcoming season is better than last year whaleback mountain in enfield has been making several upgrades after the last of snow last winter thanks in part to $100,000 in community donations whaleback has added new, modern snow making machinery and some beginner lifts. >> our core group of supporters and people who want to see this facility survive, because they know how important it is for the upper valley and it has closed a number of times in the past and nobody wants to see that happen again. erin: whaleback is hoping to be open before christmas and loon mountain is actually opening the upper half of the mountain today for their 50th anniversary on
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month we were four degrees above normal. temperatures are now much closer to where you would expect them to be for the month of november. we are in a pattern where temperatures in the 30's to lower 40's will be pretty much the norm. it could be rain or snow depending on the time of day. we have fair skies early this morning. c they will continue to gust into the afternoon. you can see the thicker cloud cover lingering to the north. allowing for the extra clouds to develop. there is not a tremendous amount of snow shower activity. a few spots had over seven or eight inches of accumulation.
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to settle down. clouds will thicken overnight as the next system approaches. temperatures from the upper 20's to lower 30's. plenty of cold. with the wind that will be reinforced through the afternoon. sustained winds 10 to 20 miles per hour. wind chill r and lower 20's. this warm air stays to the south. mainly fair skies if you are traveling anywhere in the northeast later this afternoon and evening. practice a lot of patience.
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of moisture. we're talking a spotty half inch of snow. we aren't expecting a tremendous amount. temperatures will start the day in the 20's and jump into the 30's for the afternoon. there is to be sometime tomorrow where there could be a couple of slick highways. amounts are not going to be that great. 30's. roadways could be slipped on thanksgiving. temperatures in the 30's to lower 40's today and in the 30's tomorrow. passing showers a possibility on friday. most areas will just get light snow.
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the coast. quiet for the ride home on sunday. erin: let's check our top stories and we start with breaking news from wentworth where state police confirm they are investigating a serious assault they have been on scene for a couple hours now but they are not releasing any other details we do have a crew headed to the scene and will bring you more as we learn new information investigators say a merrimack man was seriously shocked and burned while putting up christmas lights firefighters say the man was using a metal pole to put lights on a large tree yesterday afternoon when the pole touched a high voltage primary power line for the man they say broke into 4 businesses including a daycare along route 101-a early saturday morning officers say the man in these pictures stole petty cash and several laptop computers. sean: coming up on daybreak the presidential medal of freedom is the highest civilian honor in the country so why did
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erin: you never know what you are going to find when cleaning out old homes or storage units a crew in poland just made an incredible discovery sean: they found what they thought at first was just an old rolled up carpet it turned out to be a large very old painting experts think it may be 400-years-old but they are still working to figure out details and a value. erin: president obama awarded erin: president obama awarded the nation's highest civilian
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house yesterday but one of the winners almost didn't make it to the ceremony sean: ellen degeneres was one of the recipients of the presidential medal of freedom but she forgot her id and the secret service wouldn't let her in the white house she tweeted from a park bench saying it wasn't a joke. ellen did finally get her i.d. and made it to the ceremony other winners include tom hanks, michael jordan, robert de niro, kareem abdul jabbar, bruce springsteen and diana ross. erin: so many of them got choked up. coming up in the next half hour the annual toys for tots campaign is now underway in new hampshire and thousands of kids
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erin: good morning. it's wednesday, november 23. it is a very chilly morning. a lot destinations. it's a big travel day today. sean: let's get right to our top stories, we are following breaking news out of wentworth. state police say they are investigating an assault. we'll have a live report. police say a man was hit and killed on the spaulding turnpike in rochester, trying to retrieve something in the road. the driver who struck was charged with dui. and new hampshire's attorney general's office is now requesting a third medical examiner to help deal with a
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kevin: we have a breeze out of the northwest. some extra clouds to the north. there is a system to the west early this morning. highs this afternoon getting into the 30's to lower 40's. ' lows in the 20's and highs in the 30's. the wind will start to settle down later this afternoon. erin: let's check on the roads this morning. here's a live look at i-93 from our common man camera in windham. kevin: for a look at the morning drive here in the granite state we're joined live by 95.7 wzid's deb davidson. good morning deb.
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little bit busy through the southern part of the state. through the northern part of the state it remains nice and quiet. we are not seeing any problems on the interstate from concord to lebanon. 101 is incident free. headed into massachusetts all major highways are up to speed. with triple team traffic reports throughout the day. i'm deb davidson. for 95.7 wzid. sean: nock news we're following in wentworth. right now state police are investigating an overnight assault. erin: police say this is still a very active investigation. we will bring you updates as soon as we learn more information. sean: we are also following breaking news in boston this morning. four officers are recovering after suffering injuries in a violent confrontation overnight. police say the incident started when the officers were called to
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gun. they found a car matching the description they were given but as they were investigating, the car suddenly took off, dragging two of the officers and nearly hitting the other two. all 4 officers were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. right now the suspect is still on the loose. police say they are looking for a silver chevy with connecticut plates. erin: a driver is facing charges this morning in connection with a deadly accident on the spaulding turnpike in rochester. troopers say 72-year-old kenneth long, of sanbornville, was killed when he was hit by a car while trying to retrieve a grill that fell out of the back of his pickup truck. the accident happened around 5:15 last night near exit sixteen. long was pronounced dead at the scene. the driver who hit him 51-year-old eric grabowski, of middleton, was arrested for driving under the influence. sean: state police are on high-alert as drivers hit the
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be the busiest travel days. officials are watching for changing weather and road conditions and are asking drivers to do the same. construction projects will also be put on hold until next week. >> we have instructed contractors to button up their projects by midday on wednesday and limit any lane closures to as few as possible under the conditions that they're in, so there'll be no construction activity through the holiday period. sean: state police say deadly crashes statistically increase around the holidays. so far this year troopers say fatal crashes in new hampshire. erin: manchester police are asking for your help in tracking down whoever is responsible for slashing car tires on the city's west side. they say tires on five vehicles were slashed between the hours of midnight and 9 a.m. on monday. the incidents happened on bremer, amory, hevey and boutwell streets. new on daybreak candia and deerfield police are on the lookout for a daytime burglar. they say two homes were broken
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approaching homes under the guise of handing out flyers for snow shoveling services. but if no one answered, he would break in. officers called the number on the flyer, but it was not in service. they say the burglar may be driving a maroon vehicle. sean: now to the latest on the drug crisis. the state attorney general's office is requesting a third medical examiner due to the spike in drug-related deaths. so far this year, new hair 486 cases and there is now a major backlog. the chief medical examiner says that backlog is so big he's just now working on a death from july. the additional position would be factored into the state's next two-year budget. new hampshire senator jeanne shaheen and maine senator angus king got a chance to see, first-hand, what's being done to combat the drug epidemic. the two senators toured the
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in somersworth yesterday. they spoke with representatives from all aspects of treatment. >> the folks who are here at the goodwin community health center, like so many providers across new hampshire and maine are dealing with it everyday. they're making a difference in people's lives and we need to support them. sean: healthcare providers at the center say their biggest challenges include staffing, space and transportation. erin: governor-elect chris sununu is resigning as ceo of waterville valley as he prepares to take resort's ceo will be december 31st. he called it an honor to work with the waterville valley team, and says he's excited for future success. the sununu family will continue to be actively involved in the resort board of directors. sununu begins his term as governor on january fourth. sean: we have an update now to a story we told you about yesterday on daybreak. a puppy that was stolen from a pet shop in portsmouth has been found safe. the 3-month-old chihuahua was
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they say a 17-year-old took the dog police found the puppy after receiving a tip. at this time it's not clear if any charges will be filed. erin: a series of letters, written by franklin pierce, sold at auction yesterday. the papers, including 90 autographed letters between pierce and his secretary, sidney webster, sold for 62,000, five-hundred dollars. they were estimated to be worth between fifteen and the new hampshire historical society said it was bidding on the papers but there is no word yet as to whether it actually bought them. sean: coming up on daybreak, losing your car keys could soon be no problem for some drivers. we'll tell you about new technology that allows people to unlock their vehicles with a selfie. erin: and a huge surprise for one unsuspecting driver. he put what he thought was a dead deer in his car but it turns out, the animal was alive.
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degrees. early clouds giving way to sunshine. the breezes out of the northwest with highs on either side of 40 this afternoon. tomorrow a little bit of light snow in areas. we'll talk about your holiday weekend coming up. sean: we continue to follow breaking news in wentworth. right now state police are investigating an overnight assault. at this time no further information is being released. police say this is still a very active investigation. right now and we will bring you updates as we learn any new information. erin: donald trump met with reporters at the new york times yesterday for his most extensive interview since being elected president. trump, who hasn't held a press conference since his victory, addressed many of the same issues he campaigned on, but as cnn's reid binion explains, the president-elect's stance on some of those topics seems to have
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>> we're going to get a special prosecutor and we're going to look into it. reid: it's a line donald trump repeated over and over again during the campaign. >> she deleted the emails, she has to go to jail. reid: the threat, energizing trump's base. and fueling fiery exchanges with hillary clinton. >> it's just awfully good that someone with the temperament of donald trump is not in charge of the law in our country. >> because you'd be in jail. reid: the bold campaign promise, one of several issues on which trump is now striking a different tone. tuesday that he doesn't want to hurt the clintons. while some supporters have howled about the shift. former new york mayor and top trump advisor rudy giuliani defended the president-elect. >> look, there's a tradition in american politics that after you win an election, you sort of put things behind you. reid: during the campaign, trump also rejected the scientific consensus that humans play a role in climate change. >> i am not a believer in climate change. reid: but speaking to the times tuesday, he said he he's got a
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saying he thinks there is some connectivity between climate change and human activity. and despite trump repeatedly saying he would bring back water-boarding, he suggested tuesday that his stance on torture has changed. saying one of his potential secretary of defense picks, retired general james n. mattis told him he'd never found the torture technique to be useful. i'm reid binion reporting. sean: a police officer in detroit is recovering this morning after being shot in the head. authorities say a wayne state university officer 29-year-old colin rose, underwent surgery last night. they say he was on patrol near campus when he radioed in that he was investigating possible thefts from cars. when other officers arrived on the scene they found officer rose on the ground. police say a person of interest
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custody. >> this is a real call for our community, our public to stand with us as they do, especially here in detroit because this is not the way it should be. an attack on a police officer is an attack on all of us. sean: officer rose is the fifth officer to be shot this week. right now there is no word on a motive. according to the national law enforcement officers memorial fund one third of police officers shot to death on the job this year were purposefully targeted by their assailant. erin: a minneapolis daycare owner is charged with attempted murder after pole care. according to a criminal complaint a father was dropping his son off at the daycare on friday, when 42-year-old nataliia karia led him to the basement. that's where he says he saw a 16-month-old boy hanging from a noose. the man released the toddler and fled the daycare with him. authorities say the child is expected to survive. as karia was driving off police say she rear-ended a car and dragged the driver before hitting a bicyclist. both of those victims suffered broken bones. sean: if you already bought your thanksgiving gravy you'll want to listen up. heinz is recalling 500 cases of
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the fda says the jars were mis-labeled as heinz pork gravy and they do not have the right allergy warning. if you have one of these jars, you can return it the store where you bought it for a refund. erin: in sports the bruins took on the saint louis blues last night at t.d. garden. boston's david back-iss scored the only goal in the first period on a power play. backes played 11 seasons with thbl before signing with the bruins this off-season. it was a wild second period, with 4 goals scored, including dominic moore scoring shorthanded for boston. but the next two goals went to the blues and saint louis ended up winning it 4-2. sean: the unh wildcats hosting rpi at the whittemore center yesterday. windham's chris miller opened the scoring to give unh a 1-0
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kelleher scored his 8th goal of the season. in the second a bad turnover led to a great chance for the engineers, but goalie danny tirone made a great save and unh went on to win it 5-0. 25 saves for tirone in the shutout. next up for the wildcats they will play against cornell on saturday night at madison square garden. erin: a number of turkey trots are taking place tomorrow for thanksgiving day. yesterday, we previewed some of those events. and here are a few more. and here are a few more. the lake sunapee turkey trot organizers expect more than 800 runners. the race begins at 9 am at sunapee harbor. the 14th annual great gobbler thanksgiving 5k is taking place at nashua south high school. this run is in support of the nashua north and south boys and girls clubs. it starts at 8 am. the 9th annual gilford youth center turkey trot gets underway at nine a.m. more than 400 people are expected at this lakes-region race. the rochester runners free fall 5k begins at 8:30 at the rochester community center.
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turkey trot on blossom road starts at nine a.m. there is no registration. you are just welcome to make a donation that goes straight to the shepherds food pantry. sean: new technology could soon allow drivers to open their car with a selfie. jaguar land rover has patented facial recognition technology that detects when someone is approaching the car and unlocks the doors if the driver matches saved images. this could save drivers the hassle of digging for their keys or trying to unlock the car while their arms are full. it not yet clear when the technology might become available. a man in wisconsin got quite a surprise after hitting a deer with his truck. erin: the man put the deer in the back of his truck, thinking it was dead. when an officer came by he opened the hatch to show him the
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when the man pulled the deer out it leapt up and ran away. the sheriff's office posted the story on its facebook page saying, the deer ran into the woods and refused to give a statement. kevin: region. partly cloudy conditions. extra clouds up north early this morning. the breeze is still noticeable. it will finally start to relent later this afternoon and evening. with the next system running in tomorrow morning we are not
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problem. another system eventually arriving friday into friday night. that could be a little bit of light snow in interior sections of the state. skies should clear later on this evening. southern areas. things should be just fine into this evening. temperatures right now in the upper 20's and lower 30's. north country near 20 degrees. we are looking at a westerly wind today. it is already over 20 miles per
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the lower and mid 20's. temperatures anywhere between 32 in pittsburgh to 42 in nashua. with the wind it will feel colder than that. the wind starts to lighten later this afternoon and evening. clouds increasing overnight. we will likely start your thanksgiving relatively quiet. we get mid to there is a chance of seeing a light coating. the best chance will be in northwestern sections of the state. it should quiet down thursday. may be passing shower friday evening. the chance of more snow a possibility on saturday. we aren't expecting huge amounts
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arrives friday night and saturday. upper 30's lower 40's. temperatures will drop back into the 20's with fair skies for most of the night. tomorrow morning we will see light areas of snow develop. situation. another system arrives friday night and saturday. sunday looks good. erin: new hampshire's toys for tots campaign is now officially underway. it kicked off yesterday at the mall of new hampshire in manchester. this is the 31st year the mall has partnered with the marine corps to collect toys for
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>> we pride ourselves in keeping all those toys local so you can rest assured that every toy that gets donated from southern new hampshire stays in southern new hampshire. >> all we want is to make sure every child in southern new hampshire has a gift underneath the tree. erin: there are several toy drop-off locations around the state. if you'd like to donate, we've posted a link on and on our mobile apps. se daybreak remember flip phones? apple could soon be bringing that old-school style. and now time for our u-local hot shots this is doug, showing off the bike he's had since 1959 when he was in sixth grade. he says he got it for his birthday. you can submit your pictures and video, and join the thousands of u-local members, by logging onto
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challenge took place in the nation's capitol last night. recipients of the 20-16 presidential medal of freedom posed as mannequins ahead of the white house ceremony. ellen degeneres was among the celebrities who took part in this. apple may be bringing back an old, but popular style of cell phone. the tech company has been granted a patent for a flexible i-phone that can fold in half much like an old school flip-phone. kevin the patent for flexible display devices features a touch-screen smartphone that opens and closes like a notebook. right now, it's not known for
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kevin: keep all of your old devices and they will just come back. sean: coming up in the next hour of newsnine daybreak with black friday and cyber monday now just days away, we'll tell you the advice cyber security experts are giving online shoppers to protect themselves from fraud. ray: state police investigating an assault in wentworth. we will give you a look at the scene. era a mission to help kids with disabilities. we'll tell you about her
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kevin: now on "daybreak," the busy travel wednesday is here. it looks quiet, but will not last the entire holiday weekend. janai: let the holiday shopping spree began, but experts have important reminders to make sure your money stays safe. sean: how a man was seriously hurt while putting up christmas lights and merrimack. erin: do you recognize this man? police say he targeted four businesses in amherst, and even took fundraising money from a daycare. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 "daybreak." [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit] erin: good morning, new hampshire. thanks for waking up with us. i'm erin fehlau. sean: good morning.


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