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that the system is rigged, and he's the only one who can bring real change. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. kevin: now at noon, a building and thickening of clouds today out ahead of a messy mix arriving tonight. how much we' ll see with futurecast ahead. erin: state police have an important reminder for drivers, just days after one of its troopers was hurt in a crash on a snowy highway. plus, developing news in hawaii . right now, investigators are searching for survivors after two military aircrafts crashed. and republican presidential hopeful jeb bush picks up a new endorsement. the former candidate now backing him. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> no one covers new hampshire like we do.
erin: right now, more snow is headed to parts of new hampshire. while places like colebrook will see it, other areas will only get rain. good afternoon. i' m erin fehlau. meteorologist kevin skarupa joins us now with a look at what you can expect where you live. kevin: it is a classic example of our area where you have a tendency region by region to see different precipitation types with temperatures near freezing marks and a lot of layers of the atmosphere. for the seacoast, and a lot of it will change over rather quickly to just rain. inland, a little more complex from the lower valleys to the higher terrain and western terrain, central new hampshire feared up north, a lot of this will follow in the form of wet snow. some spots for inches to five inches of accumulation. it will be a fairly quick moving system. arriving by early to mid afternoon tomorrow during with it, a little bit of a breeze,
of partial sunshine for the day on sunday. we will talk of a few totals and precipitation types region by region with your forecast coming up. erin: and a reminder, you can stay on top of weather conditions any time with our storm watch 9 app for apple and android devices. now to developing news, more trouble on wall street. stocks opened sharply lower today as oil prices continued to take a tumble. the price of oil sank below $30 a barrel and is trading at itsa lowest level since 2003. these are the current numbers for you right now. the dow down, the nasdaq, and the s&p as well. now to hawaii where investigators are searching for survivors after two military aircrafts collided. it happened overnight off the island of oahu. each aircraft had six people on board. the coast guard says the debris field has been spotted, and helicopters and other assets have been deployed to the scene.
any survivors. commitment 2016 news right now. republican presidential candidate jeb bush has picked up a new endorsement. sen. graham: i have concluded without hesitation, without any doubt that jeb bush is ready on day one should be a commander and chief for the sacrifices of this war. erin: former rival graham endorsed jeb bush at a press conference in charleston, south that is one of the critical early voting primary states. graham dropped out of the race last month. there are now just a little more than three weeks to go before the new hampshire primary, and we have plans -- excuse me, we are having a problem here. right now, other republican presidential hopefuls are in the granite state.
than after they took the stage 12 hours for the first republican debate of 2016. marco rubio is among the candidates. he has multiple events planned. mrs. fiorina: hillary and bill clinton have spent their entire lives together trying to gain power, and they will do that power. mrs. clinton has avoided prosecution more times than el chapo, and maybe sean thin is going to interview her next. erin: several other contenders are in new hampshire today. littleton, and bretton woods. rand paul and jeb bush are making appearances in hollis. you can find all of the campaigns with our candidate tracker at wmur.com. coming out to these events because they are doing a civic duty. they' re trying to get these
questions, and that is good for the american process. that is good for the other 49 states. believe the new hampshire primary is to the state and to democracy as well, there are s first in the celebrate the primary' s 100th anniversary. encore presentation of our special "first in the nation: 100 years of tradition," where we take a look back at the rich history of the primary, and what the future may hold. joins us sunday at 4:00 p.m. right here on wmur, or stream the show on wmur.com or our mobile app. right now, other republican presidential hopefuls are in the granite state a little more than 12 hours after they took the stage for the republican day late of 2016. marco rubio is among the candidates.
ray brewer is live where he is understand, ray. erin. a number of voters are undecided, a good tradition of listening to the candidates. some of the candidates more than once. after listening to marco rubio' s this morning, they are no longer undecided. >> senator marco rubio! ray: hours after the debate found marco rubio on a stage in derry, new hampshire and saying that he will immediately begin to reverse the policies of president obama if he is elected president. sen. rubio: i' m going to take the presidential pen, and i' m going to reverse and repeal every single one of his unconstitutional executive orders. everything all one of them. ray: the florida senator also repeated his statement that hillary clinton is not qualified to be commander in chief, saying
sen. rubio: she wants the convenience of having it on her blackberry, so she tells people , "oh, erase that it says s still classified and she has to known that now that is vulnerable to every spy agency in the world, but she did it any s above the law. ray: rubio also took some shots at republican rivals citing chris christie' s support for an internet sales tax, and accusing ted cruz of flip flopping on issues such as ethanol subsidies, important in iowa. while in derry, the rubio also picked up the endorsement of former gop gubernatorial candidate john stephen. john stephen: he' s been able to fight special interests in such a short period of time. he has a belief. he has the passion. he has shown it in action. he can make a difference. ray: and managed to gain some rank and file support, although in this case it wasn' t so much about the policies as it was the man. brenda willis: you just feel his sincerity. you feel his desire to make things better, and his dedication to the country -- you can just feel it.
ve always worked hard for what we' ve got, and he' s showed to me that' s what he wants to give to this country. he wants everybody to achieve the american dream. ray: there are now just a little more than three weeks to go before the new hampshire primary. i asked what his plans are for the final push, rubio says he just plans to keep on doing what he has been doing, talking policy and making his case to granite staters. reporting live in derry, ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: the military initially said a mechanical problem led to iran detaining a group of u.s. sailors. but now the pentagon says it was a different problem. next at noon, the questions they' re still trying to answer about what happened. plus, under fire. planned parenthood files a lawsuit against anti-abortion activists. what they' re accused of next. kevin: clouds have been increasing and thickening out ahead of the storm system arriving for the first half of the weekend. details of who sees what ahead
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and pull over. this is why -- earlier, a trooper was hurt when a truck hit his cruiser on interstate 89. wmur' s andy hershberger has more. andy: state police say their message is pretty clear -- slow down or pay the price. officials felt they needed to spread the word about the dangers of driving in bad weather. on tuesday, a 31-year-old woman from derry was struck and killed after her car slid off the road. a state police cruiser was also hit and pushed 283 feet. since thanksgiving 2014, 21 parked state police cruisers have been hit. five troopers were hurt. officials say the smaller storm s are usually the most dangerous. col. quinn: many of these events are happening at crests of hills , at curves, in areas where they cannot predict that there is another event up ahead, and it' s all predicated on them having to stop, so they' re driving along the road, they'
particular speed, but then something happens, and that something could be a trooper off the side of the road. seeing flares, seeing another car, a curve, but when they have to stop, they' re not able to. andy: even driving at 45 miles per hour, state police say it takes the length of a football field to stop in slick conditions. police want everyone to be on the lookout for police, fire, plows, and tow trucks out there doing their jobs when the weather is bad. in concord, andy hershberger, wmur news 9. erin: all right, andy, thank you. officials have confirmed a navigation error led american sailors into iranian waters. a mechanical issue was previously blamed. iran detained the 10 americans when their boats crossed into its territory in the persian gulf on tuesday. they were released the next morning. defense secretary ash carter says it has unclear if the crew made the mistake or the equipment. sec. carter: this much is clear, there was a navigational error of some kind. all the contributing factors to
re still talking to those folks, and we' ll find out more what combination of factors lead to that navigational error. but they were clearly out of the position that they intended to be in. erin: carter says the sailors were not on a covert mission and were simply making their way from kuwait to bahrain. planned parenthood has filed a lawsuit against anti-abortion activists who secretly taped meetings with organization officials. the non-profit claims the videos, which show officials talking about the sale of fetal tissue, were heavily edited. in washington about de-funding the organization. the center for medical progress is accused of lying in order to get into the meetings and then illegally taping them. we are expecting the snow to move in later on tonight. kevin: overnight. you get into the evening commute, you hunker down later tonight, and then what develops will be around for the first half of the day.
>> now, meteorologist kevin skarupa with your stormwatch 9 forecast. kevin: we started the day with little to here and there, but up. we have a mostly overcast sky, there. s. -- really not producing
anything this afternoon, so the evening commute should go without a hitch. this evening, be quiet at least through midnight. as we get into the overnight hours, we start to see the precipitation approach southern areas of the eight first and never getting northward near sunrise up to the white mountains and the great north woulds. -- woods. it is cloudy out there, and it looks like we will not see much of a change in that through the afternoon, so this system starts to come through. it arrives in southern areas of
20' s to near 30, 32 in nashua, jaffrey, keene while everyone else is in the 20' s. there he like wind out there. the clouds remain locked in as we work our way through the evening, and then overnight, we start to see
the precipitation approach. there will be some areas that will change over from any sort of mixture to ranger that will be for manchester to the shoreline. further west of manchester, for the northwest of concord, that is when it gets a little more complicated to start getting very quick terrain differences. typical when you have mark. that elevation will make a huge difference in precipitation type. as we cycle through this and get to lunchtime, you will notice in the north country mostly snow out of the system while in central and southern areas, it could be a back and forth. all the while, manchester going out of the system. he given into the areas that are
snow, pretty sloppy. wraps up from southwest to northeast tomorrow afternoon at tomorrow night, setting up a early sunny and
much quieter second half of the week and with s about statewide. morning, and arctic front working its way in, maybe even a morning. that will be the leading edge of story next week. as mentioned, three inches to six inches of snow, white mountains, lakes region. in general, one inch to three inches of snow in western parts of the state. a lot of that depends on the terrain, and a lot of that can bounce up and down town by town. manchester, shoreline, we likely sort of early wintry mix. from there, partial sunshine sunday, colder air starts to come in behind those snow showers, which will be around monday morning. s for the first half of
also strong winds will pick up as well. mike haddad will have more with head to cook' s corner. erin: all right, fred manheck is is from celebrations kitchen. catering. you still do catering. fred: we still do catering. we started out in nashua, we were there for 20 years, and we november. erin: that is great. you brought in a bunch of salads and sandwiches, and you will make us this pretty cool reuben quesadilla. fred: i like pastrami myself, so it is a pastrami reuben. we cure our own meats. same thing with our ham. we cook our turkey. it is not like turkey loaf or anything like that.
fred: yes, turkey dinner, rose to be dinner, corn beef dinner, sure. erin: a lot of people will be hosting parties as they watch the patriots are this is a new way to cook a reuben. fred: i wanted something quick and easy. i will show you quickly how it is made, and it is not difficult at all. i already put the swiss cheese on there, so now i' m just putting the meat down. erin: what do you have mixed in with the meat here? fred: it is the pastrami, sauerkraut, the thousand islands resting. you put it in like this, all mixed together. if you are doing this for game day tomorrow, and you do not want to miss edelman catching brady' s pass, what i would do is heat is up a little bit because it will go quicker. you just put the swiss cheese on it. you do not have to do a reuben. quesadillas are a really easy thing to do.
an italian, i mean, anything. it does not have to be a mexican chicken quesadillas or you can get creative with appeared what easy to do. need to do it. erin: and there you have it. sometimes people do not want the whole sandwich. they can cut up what they want. fred: exactly. i like to use real butter. as i said, i had this cooking for little while, so i will take it and flip it. i' m just going to flip back, put it in, you let it toast -- erin: and then just cut it up. fred: sure. erin: tell people about the hours you have the restaurant. fred: we just opened for breakfast, and we open at 6:00 on weekdays, 7:00 on the weekends, and our hours are basically 6:00 until 8:00. erin: even though you still have catering as well. fred: that is right. erin: and hopefully the patriots
is the economy rigged? well, the 15 richest americans acquired more wealth in two years than the bottom 100 million people combined. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultra-rich provide living wages for working people, the middle class unless we level with your help, as president,
kevin: so we will watch the precipitation move in overnight tonight. heaviest tomorrow morning. three inches to six inches possible for ski country. erin: be careful on the roads, definitely. starting tonight at 5:00, a young boy' s cancer fight has inspired an unusual campaign. what his brother and sister plan to do with all the chapstick they' re collecting. and one suspected dui driver had an unusual warning for officers. wait till you hear what was in his car. that does it for us.
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