Skip to main content

tv   News 9 Daybreak  ABC  February 1, 2016 5:00am-6:00am EST

5:00 am
civil. >> it's going to snow tonight. don't you want to eat donkey bars and stay warm. folks, that's what making news in america this morning. >> stay tuned for "good morning sean: now on "daybreak," it is make or break time. the iowa caucuses are today. the first chance for voters to weigh in and pick the nominees. erin: many candidates are dividing their attention as several are spending the day here hoping to pick up key support before the primary next week. kevin: a lot of areas in the 50's. how long it can last ahead. sean: the zika virus is becoming a major concern. not only for people who live in affected parts of the world, travel
5:01 am
well. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." hampshire. welcome to february. i'm erin fehlau. caucus monday. we'll talk about that. what about the weather out there yesterday? i was out there with no jacket on. it felt like april. kevin: today more of the same. we're not going to see there will be quite a few clouds making its way. with that there could be a passing shower. the best chances are going to be in the northern parts of the state. a lot of areas up above. we'll slip back from the mid 30's to mid 40's behind that front tomorrow. a mild day as winds pick up out of the west. we'll start to see the cooler air drain in out behind the next system that arrives wednesday morning. much more coming up. let's look at your morning ride here in the granite state.
5:02 am
davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning. if you are starting your early morning monday commute, all major roads are moving well. we're not seeing any problems at this time as you are heading out. 93 is a nice ride from tilton to the hookset tolling and from manchester to salem. 293 we're not seeing any delays. traffic is moving well between exit four and the everett turnpike. not seeing any problems on 101, 111, or the spaulding. if your commute is starting to take you in to boston, 93, 495, and route 3 are moving well. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: after months of campaigning and debates and a busy weekend, the first votes will -- first voters will
5:03 am
race for president. sean: the iowa caucuses are today. new polls show the races in both parties are tightening. in 24 hours, two candidates will be celebrating big boosts. lana zak starts the commitment 2016 coverage from des moines. >> it sounds like you want to make a political revolution. [cheering] >> i am a better candidate. thanks to you i will be a better president. i want you to know that. reporter: this is it. time is up for the three democrats and the 11 republicans running for president. rob sand will be administering a caucus in western des moines. >> i think a lot of people are going to make that decision when they are listening to the neighbors. reporter: the last iowa poll found five points or less separating. with a third of voters wavering, campaigns can influence the results up to the last second. in the final day on the
5:04 am
>> you promised me you'll run this country christian man. reporter: he prayed for rubio. >> i'm asking for you to caucus for me because if united states -- when i'm the president of the united states we will confront the challenging of the time. reporter: rubio hoping to get a second place finish or better. caucus. reporter: they want to close the deal in iowa. >> he will be unbelievable. republicans will expect to see the results. for the democrats it can take longer since those caucuses unfold like a game of red rover with campaigns trying to sway the voters over to their side. lana zak, abc news, des moines. >> i'm feeling good about it. it is tight. i'm getting up on an airplane as soon as we finish here in iowa. i'm coming to new
5:05 am
>> i think we are going to fight very hard for new hampshire. weaver going to be in new hampshire on tuesday, i guess. we'll spend much of the week there. we're going to be holding a lot of meetings. sean: this is just the start of a busy stretch. the candidates are thinking about new hampshire next week. then super tuesday are are all in the four weeks. erin: some of the hopefuls already. ray brewer continues the commitment coverage. ray: even as voters in iowa gather, john kasich, jeb bush, and chris christie meeting with voters in new hampshire, highlighting the importance. even for the candidates aren't here themes, the volunteers aren't taking a break. they are making phone calls, trying to reach as many voters as they can between now and next tuesday. john kasich spent the weekend in new hampshire as he closes in on a
5:06 am
kasich promising to lower tax rates, reduce spending, and address climate change. one-time candidate, senator lindsey graham was here campaigning for jeb bush. he says he's best prepared and has plans that can be accomplished. u.s. secretary of labor, tom perez, rallied support for hillary clinton, touting the former secretary of state as someone who will be ready to go from day one on everything from the economy to foreign policy. nearly every candidate has said how important new hampshire is to their campaign. several has staked the future of the race on the results. you can expect a big surge of activity the next week. erin: all right. the political coverage continues online. watch josh mcelveen's one on one interview with candidates and compare where they stand on the issues that most matter to you.
5:07 am
politics page at wmur.com. sean: emergency officials in hooksett are dealing with a mystery. several people called 911 to report a loud boom or explosion. they didn't find any hazards are problems or even any smoke. police would like to hear from anyone who has information about what may have happened. a snowmobilers is safe after spending a night in the woods. a plan left and planned to have lunch in maine. another snowmobilers found him sunday morning. the man got stuck after getting lost and slept on a bed of branches on the snow. erin: two people are due in court after police found a one pot meth lab in lebanon. they went to the condo on friday after getting the tip that the bank robbery suspect out of north carolina was staying there. police arrest 29-year-old jamie smith and also found
5:08 am
renehan who is wanted in vermont for failing to appear in court. when they searched the home, they found evidence of meth including chemicals that had been flushed down the toilet. a massachusetts man is accused of driving so fast on interstate 93 that the wind caused a state police troopers park cruiser to shake. troopers say they clocked 19-year-old andrew tham at 116 miles per hour. he's charged with reckless operation. sean: the zika virus continues to spread across central and south america. there are growing concerns surrounding the olympics in brazil and whether athletes and fans will travel. three dozen americans have been diagnosed with the virus. the biggest risk is to pregnant women. that's forcing some people to change travel plans. a family from londonderry was scheduled to visit st. thomas. they canceled the trip due to the zika concerns. >> my doctor advised me she would tell us not to go on the trip if the zika virus came too
5:09 am
the area. sean: it is important to know public health officials say the type of mosquitoes that transit the zika virus do not live in new hampshire. the state is preparing in case anyone gets infected someone else and they need help here. erin: great concern for pregnant women. getting exercise while easing the stress of work. this is a growing trend. sean: the games must go on. they had to make a few changes up in concord. erin: ahead at 5:30, should new hampshire start a bobcat hunt? you have a chance to weigh in. it is the new caramel macchiato from dunkin' donuts. let hand-crafted layers of espresso, milk, and a caramel-flavored swirl uplift your mood. indulge in a hot or iced macchiato today.
tv-commercial tv-commercial
5:10 am
something delicious is happening at dunkin'. come in today to get any sandwich for $2.99 after 12:00 p.m. america runs on dunkin'. kevin: monday morning, february 1st. we start out with a few clouds this morning. temperatures are mild. we're in the 30's across a good part of the state. some upper 20's up north.
5:11 am
to low and mid radio's. we finished a mind january with a mild start to february. how long it looks to last coming up. erin: there's growing trend in the emergency dispatch centers across the country, exercise equipment at the dispatchers desk. sean: in south burlington, two desks has been outfitted with a treadmill and stationary bike. it allows them to get exercise while answers calls and will help them stay calm on what can be shifts. >> mainly just used to dump the adrenaline. we get all hyped up. road. they have ways to dump it. they could get out of their cruiser. something. we're kind of confined to the space. any outlet for dumping that adrenaline is helpful. sean: the equipment will track
5:12 am
ands the number of steps. erin: black ice in concord is over. the competition looked different. temperatures well above freezing, the competition moved inside the arena. many players didn't wear skates. nearly 100 teams took part in the tournament. sean: it was so warm yesterday. 13 minutes past 5:00. coming up, was animation domination at the box office this weekend.
tv-commercial
5:13 am
here's the truth -- some have proposed to cut social security for the elderly and disabled vets. i disagree. in fact, not only should we not cut benefits -- we should expand them. my plan for social security increases benefits and cost of living adjustments and raises minimum payments for low-income seniors. it will ensure that all seniors can retire with dignity and respect. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. sean: at least 86 people are dead after boko haram opened fire. the shootings, burnings,
5:14 am
for four hours. suicide bombers detonated as people tried to escape. they had to wait for reinforcements. erin: more people will be allowed to pray at one of the holiest sites. they voted to provide space for the mixed gender and will allow non-orthodox jews. new prayer space will be along the southern edge. it will take about 12 to 18 months before the work is done. sean: it seems movie goers are in to kung fu. "kung fu panda: 3" debuted in the first spot, but it was the lowest openings for any of the movies. "the revenant" was
tv-commercial
5:15 am
wars" in third. production and almond prices have dropped off dramatically. last summer a farmer could get $5 a pound. now the same pound is fetching over $3. that's higher than the average for the last decade and lower prices are helping sales go. erin: self-driving car builders are in high gear. the goal is to make gm the leader in self-driving technology. several other companies are working on similar projects. it seems that pluto is holding on to a lot more water than scientists first thought. according to data gathered by nasa's spacecraft, the dwarf planet is coated with a large amount of ice, including ice mountains and even ice volcanos. pictures show a blue ring around the atmosphere. it is caused by sunlight and hazed particles.
5:16 am
of pluto. sean: where there's water there's life perhaps? kevin: it is 350 degrees below zero. sean: very hardy life. kevin: that's fairly -- yeah, fairly unconvenient for life to say the least. almost absolute zero. we start out with a look outside. we have mostly cloudy skies out there. there's a front making its way through today. temperatures ahead of that are going to jump in to the 40's and 50's. tomorrow will be in the 40's. looks like we'll be in the ho 40 's with the on wednesday morning. it is a fairly quiet start. you'll notice a few more breaks in southern areas than you will up north. this front will continue to slowly wither away as it bumps in to the drier air. while there are the chances of a couple of showers out there today, it should be fairly light and fairly brief what happens. a lot of this will be to the east by lunchtime and in to the afternoon a westerly wind will dry us out. temperatures before the cooler air gets here jump from the temperatures which start
5:17 am
near 40. up in to the 40's to lower range of the 50's in to the afternoon. notice the winds early this among. not too bad to take. the general southwesterly direction to keep the milder air in place with the clouds and the risk of a shower this morning. it should push temperatures out of the mid to upper 40's in the north country to lower to mid 50's in southern spots this afternoon before the cooler air starts to win out. a lot of areas down in to the 20's. high temperatures today ranging from 46 in far northern parts to the mid 50's in southern areas. again kind of a gloomy start with plenty of clouds and the risk of a shower. in to the afternoon, partial sunshine and a building breeze out of the west which will temper things. temperatures up in to the 50's should feel good. from there, we drop back temperatures in to the 20's. tomorrow closer to the average. still low to mid 40's with the sunshine will be in the mid to upper 30's up north. next system starts to run in later tomorrow with an increase in clouds.
5:18 am
just cool enough that we may see an initial wintry mix. the best chance would be in western and northern areas. from there, temperatures again jump in to the 40's on wednesday afternoon. that means most of what we'll see for most of the day on wednesday will likely be in liquid form. once that pulls away, we start cooling off again. low to mid 40's by thursday and friday which is where we'll be in to next weekend. today temperatures in the low to mid 50's with clouds giving way to partial sunshine. it will a mild and breezy afternoon after the risk of a shower. clearing skies later on this evening. we turn cooler. a lot of areas down in the 20's. we'll be around the freezing mark closer another shoreline. temperatures a lot more 40's and 50's. then we cool off from there. back to the mid 30's by the end of the week. biggest system on the maps is wednesday. it could be an initial
5:19 am
95% of what we see on wednesday will be in liquid form. that gets us back to partial sunshine and a quiet pattern through the weekend. there could be a couple of snow showers by super bowl sunday. erin: it is going to feel spring like today. kevin: yes. there will be the breeze. that tempers things a little bit. 20 degrees above normal. erin: crazy. we want to check our top stories. the iowa caucuses are today. after months of campaigning and debates. this is the first time that voters will weigh in on the presidential election. donald trump is leading on the republican side. the race is tight. most candidates are still keeping an eye on new hampshire though. with john kasich, jeb bush, and chris christie all in the granite state today. several others will arrive tomorrow. primaries next tuesday. it could be determine the future of the campaigns.
5:20 am
your eyes are not deceiving you. this is (phone ringing) you can't deal with something, by ignoring it. but that's how some presidential candidates seem to be dealing with social security. americans work hard, and pay into it. so our next president needs a real plan to keep it strong. (elephant noise) (donkey noise) hey candidates, answer the call already. you know the basic bargain of america is if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but so many families don't feel like their hard work pays off. that's not the way america is supposed to operate. i want to go to bat for them every single day. get incomes rising... get equal pay for women... cut the cost of health caret and child care so people canr
5:21 am
it takes to get things done. i'm hillary clinton and i
tv-commercial
5:22 am
kevin: monday morning, february 1st. we start out with a few clouds moving in. this along the front moving through this morning. we get the milder air for another afternoon after a mild start. highs in the low to mid 50's at the seacoast. we'll have details on when the cooler air finally arrives coming up. erin: scientists say they used tiny glasses to prove that praying mantises have 3d vision. sean: researchers designed special glasses and attack them using beeswax.
5:23 am
in both 2d and 3d that looked like prey. now the mantises attacked the food in 3d far more than than in 2d. there you go. they can see in 3d. erin: why do we want to know this? sean: i'm not sure. i'm sure he was frustrated when he saw fake food. erin: it seems that dinosaurs may have been more graceful on the ice than people think. sean: this has gone viral with more than 55 million views on facebook. he could use some work. he's been trying different things every tuesday. what has been known as trex tuesday. he quickly got on his feet. he was okay. we got duped there. maybe they were better at skating. erin: he has skills in skates. coming up here, a new hampshire athlete is carving out a place in record books. it is one of the most
tv-commercial tv-commercial
5:24 am
ever. sean: alert the empire. employees couldn't believe it when a storm trooper showed up to return a painting of r2d2 that had been
5:25 am
>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: good morning to you. it is the first day of february. it is kind of weird, but we're going to be looking at some temperatures that may reach in to the 50's today. sean: all of those layers you normally need in winter, you won't need them today. first the top stories. the voters in iowa will be taking part in the first caucuses of the 2016 presidential race tonight. when it comes to choosing the general election winners, iowans
5:26 am
twice. state officials are chair lift after a pair of chairs collided over the weekend leaving two people trapped. and a public hearing is being held on a proposal to launch a bobcat hunting and trapping season here in erin: really mild air today. we're going to have the wind. kevin: the breeze is going to pick up especially in to the afternoon. it will gust over 20 miles an hour. we'll have clouds this morning and the risk of a passing shower turning partly sunny in to the afternoon. temperatures off to the proverbial running start and above freezing and still near 40 from manchester to the coast. it is low to mid 50's and in the 40's up north through the day today with partial sunshine for the afternoon. from there it does look like we start to cool off a bit. we don't get the huge punch of colder air until sometime later this week. erin: more rain to come. kevin: looks like wednesday would be the day for that. erin: we want to check the roads for you.
tv-commercial
5:27 am
how things are moving out there. kevin: for a look at the morning drive, we're joined live by deb davidson. good monday morning, deb. deb: good monday morning. 93 is moving well throughout the entire state down to the state line. we're seeing a few more commuters than normal. everything is moving well and without any problems. 101 and 111 are also hassle flee. if you are out on the seacoast, 95 is moving up to speed. it does remained closed for construction. some repairs will be taking place today on the bridge at 293 at exit six motorists are cautioned and add -- advised to use an from the traffic network, i'm deb
5:28 am
erin: caucus day is here. after months of candidates will finally hear from the voters as heard for the first time in the presidential contest. sean: nikole killion is in des moines, iowa with a preview. reporter: erin and sean many of the candidates are campaigning up until the caucuses. some are sitting it out and hoping for the best. countdown to caucus. >> we're getting close. candidates pulling out all of the stops. from duck calls -- >> i want to ask everyone here to vote for me ten times. reporter: -- to calls for support tonight. >> hello, des moines. reporter: it was a family affair for the clintons and the trumps. >> wouldn't it be great if she had her baby in iowa? wouldn't that be great? reporter: so much at stake as iowans make their voices heard. >> iowa auditions. they are the first audition for the
5:29 am
reporter: political analyst, dennis goldford on who will make the cut. >> realtors say location, location, location, in electoral politic, it is turnout, turnout, turnout. reporter: one wild card with mother nature with snow expected after the caucuses this evening. in des moines, iowa, nikole killion. sean: josh mcelveen is in iowa for the caucuses. he got one on one interviews as they wait for the results and prepare to move on to new hampshire. >> we're in this for the long haul. i hope we win. doesn't matter. we'll be in new hampshire after the results are announced here. >> i am fighting. i'm fighting for her country and our future and i'm going to fight for the votes of people in new hampshire. >> any message for new hampshire? >> we love you. we do. amazing people and great people. >> we want your vote and support.
5:30 am
republicans are still undecided. i want those undecided votes to come to the christie column. sean: you can can see more of the interviews with the presidential hopefuls by heading to wmur.com. erin: a new wmur cnn poll is showing where the candidates stand ahead of the first in nation primary. the poll released shows bernie sanders with a big lead over hillary clinton. 57% of likely democratic voters said they would vote for sanders while 34% said they would vote for clinton. on the republican side, donald trump remains the front runner in new hampshire with 30% of likely voters saying they would vote for him. ted cruz is second with 12% followed by marco rubio, john kasich, and chris christie. sean: once the iowa caucuses are over, the candidates will be turning their focus back to new hampshire. only of them are here trying to drum up support. ray brewer live in the
5:31 am
good morning, ray. ray: good morning. even though most of the candidates were not in new hampshire, their volunteers are campaigning, making phone calls, trying to reach as many voters as possible. leaving his competitors in iowa, john kasich continued campaigning in new hampshire on sunday as he approaches 100 town halls in the state. >> whether i win or not, i believe in the process. i believe that the folks in new hampshire are the best screeners america could have to recommend to the country. sean: kasich promising to lower tax rates, reduce spending, and change climate change. >> we want to police and control the world. just like a good mom or dad, we have to lead as an adult country. that's our destiny as america. okay? plain and simple. ray: after dropping out of the race about a month ago, south carolina senator lindsey graham is back supporting jeb bush.
5:32 am
prepared and stands up to donald trump. >> everything donald trump is telling you about immigration is impossible to do in the congress. what jeb is telling you can be done. when donald trump says ban all muslims, the enemy loves that. you are declaring war on the faith. ray: on the democratic side, tom perez campaigned for hillary clinton. >> she has the ability day one to get on the phone and talk the tough talk that we need to talk with some of the other countries who we are working to build a better world with. she knows on day one how to build a better economy. ray: today three candidate will be campaigning in new hampshire rather than iowa. john kasich making stops in rochester, portsmouth, and loudon. after the iowa caucuses
5:33 am
candidates will be making their way here. in the studio, ray brewer. erin: all right. thank you. two stores in manchester were forced to evacuate yesterday. for thes say they were called to modell's sporting goods after workers reported smelling gas. firefighters found above average levels of carbon monoxide in the stores. they evacuated them for an hour to ventilate. officials believe that a demolition crew at the former michael's location next door was not properly exhausting their power equipment causing diesel and carbon monoxide to leak in to both of the stores. sean: a chair lift accident sent two people in the hospital yesterday. the keene fire department says a pair of ski lift chairs collided, leaving two people trapped. crews were able to rescue them and get them down the mountain. they were both taken to the hospital for evaluation. five other people had to be helped off of the
5:34 am
the fire department told granite gorge not to operate the lift until it can be inspected. erin: they are on a proposal to launch a bobcat season for the first time in two decade. they are going to issue lottery. despite the hunting and trapping seasons, the bobcat population could grow. opponents doubt the population is that high and argue there's no reason to kill bobcats. tonight's hearing will begin at 6:00 at the state house. a second hearing will be held tomorrow night in lancaster. sean: a documentary about james foley will be available this morning. the document called jim, the james foley story, premiered last week. it will be available on hbo, saturday, february 6th at 9:00 p.m. in a statement they sated we're honored he has chosen to make jim
5:35 am
most notably it speaks to the silent crisis faced by families if a loved one is taken hostage. erin: a bizarre situation for a pizza shop workers in ohio. a man dropped off a stolen painting of r2d2. sean: that just doesn't happen. legendary hockey players. how they are helping.
5:36 am
the changes it brings the new caramel macchiato let hand-crafted layers of espresso, milk, and a caramel-flavored swirl uplift your mood. or iced macchiato today.
5:37 am
oh-oh, oh-oh oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh-oh-ooh, oh hearts are made for sharing. spread some sweetness with dunkin' donuts' cookie dough and brownie batter donuts. heart-shaped happiness too sweet not to share.
5:38 am
kevin: february 1st. freezing mark. with that, quite a few clouds and the risk of a morning. mild afternoon and winds out of the west. we will continue on with what looks like a mild pattern. how long it lasts coming up. erin: two virginia tech students are being held without bail after being charged with the murder of a 13-year-old girl. sean: 18-year-old david eisenhauer is accused of kidnapping and killing the victim, nicole madison lovell. his 19-year-old friend, natalie keepers, is accused of helping dispose of the body.
5:39 am
climbing out of her bedroom window. they haven't given a motive or said how she died. erin: a nun came to the rescue injuries. >> a tree fell on him. erin: doug goldman was 100 yards when the nun heard his calls for help. when she found him, she saw he was in trouble and dieded 911. when police arrived, goldman had been on the ground with his leg trapped for two hours. he's still recovering. sean: a star wars painting was stolen. it has been returned now. but the person who brought it back left workers scratching their head. they captured a man wearing a storm trooper helmet returning the painting. workers say they saw him ride up on a motorcycle. when he walked in, they thought they were getting robbed. >> i walked up and started going towards
5:40 am
by that time he came in, set it on the thing, and he was already walking out. sean: there you go. the painting was wrapped in a black trash bag and came with a note signed darth vader. erin: interesting. sean: i don't think that was him. coming out in sports, celtics taking on the magic for. this time in lover ran -- orlando. erin: things got off to a great start. thomas put the celtics up. the magic tied the game in the final seconds and held on to win it down the stretch bit final score of 119-114. sean: novak djokovic is still perfect in six australian open finals. he defeated andy murray.
tv-commercial
5:41 am
last five. erin: congratulations to sean doherty. he won the medal at the championship in romania on sunday. the 20-year-old won the 12.5 kilometer pursuit by 30 seconds. doherty took bronze in the individual and silver in the sprint. he has ten career medals making him the moat decorated junior triathlete. sean: bruins hit the ice if a good cause. members of the boston bruins alumni team faced off. the fundraiser assists the crotchet mountain in providing outdoor activities and purchasing adaptive equipment. this is the sixth year the event hads been held giving the participates the chance to meet legendary prayers. >> it is just a pretty incredible thing when
5:42 am
guys at this level and what they are able to do and give back to the community. >> crocket mountain is a fantastic organization and a school. they do so much for the disabled. you know, i can't say enough about them. we play -- some of us have played in the golf tournaments in the summer. we play the hockey game to help them raise much needed funds. we continue to want to do that. hopefully they will keep inviting us back. sean: i haven't seen rick middleton in a few years. they play more than 30 games for charity every year. erin: as we've been talking about it, it was gorgeous weather yesterday. really didn't feel like the end of january. now we're in february. we're going to see temperatures warmer. kevin: we're going to continue to be well above normal before temperatures start to ebb back to normal. a lot of clouds and a passing shower early this morning. otherwise we'll see increasing sunshine and
5:43 am
that will help push temperatures up from the mid 40's to as high as the mid 50's in southern spots with the wind out of the west. from there, we'll be keeping the sunshine in place for tomorrow with temperatures still in the low to mid 40's. then we'll start to ebb back from there. after a system moves through on wednesday, looks like it could be any sort of a mixture early if it comes in early enough with temperatures just cool enough over to mainly rainfall. you'll notice early this morning, quite a few clouds away from the shoreline in central and northern areas. partial sunshine is the reality with the occasional overcast with the chance of a passing shower through about 10:00 or 11:00 this morning. then the winds pick up out of the west. behind the front, cooler air starts to rush in after that late this afternoon in to the evening with lows in a lot of areas dropping back in to the 20's later on tonight. we start off in the lower half of the 40's in southern areas. these numbers here well above our normal highs for this date and the this time of year. we are looking at
5:44 am
to the 40's statewide. there will be some mid 50's in a couple of southern spots in to the afternoon with the wind picking up out of the west. gusty at times over 20 miles ran hour later on this afternoon. quite a few clouds around this morning. then giving way to partial sunshine in to the afternoon. really any chantses of showers withering away by lunchtime. that allows temperatures to fall in to the 20's to 30 degrees. tomorrow still mid 30's to mid 40's with a good deal of sunshine and lighter breeze. clouds start to increase later tomorrow evening. it may be in early enough. temperatures may be just cool enough in western and northern areas we may see an initial mix. if it starts after 8:00 or 9:00 in the morning, chances are all you'll see is rainfall through the afternoon. it should wither away later on on wednesday evening setting up fair skies for the end of the week along with that temperatures starting to cool off. much like tomorrow we should be in the 40's, i think thursday behind
5:45 am
also be in the 40's. then falling back even further and in to the 30's on friday. temperatures starting off the day in most locations. a jump anywhere from the mid 30's to lower half of the 50's. clouds maybe a shower this morning and giving way to partial sunshine in to the afternoon. we'll be cooling off for tomorrow. still we're talking temperatures a solid ten degrees above the average. we go up again. any sort of a wintry mix on wednesday in western and northern areas giving way to rain. it should end wednesday evening. that sets up the partial sunshine and cooler temperatures on thursday. by the time we get to friday, we're talking temperatures in the 30's. which is where we should be. the next system after wednesday looks to be some scattered snow showers on sunday. sean: we kind of buried the lead. tomorrow morning you're getting a major weather prediction from punxsutawney. kevin: i always tell people this, the take away besides the cute little ground hog is the
5:46 am
winter. whatever winter we've had. erin: we haven't had much. kevin: "winter." erin: look at this. a photographer in maine captured this incredible sight. it shows a group of american bald eagles sitting in a tree in plymouth, maine. look at them. the photographer, laurie meagher, said she was overwhelmed by the sight. she said the most eagles in one photo before this was two. seven. what a shot, huh? sean: pretty social. maybe they want to hang out. a big honor for m.i.t. engineering students, they won a competition for the right to build a high speed hyperloop. it came from the co-founder of space x and tesla motors. it is a concept to move pods of 20 to 30 people through a tube at speeds roughly 700 miles per hour. more than 100 universities competed for the right to build a
5:47 am
be tested at a special track in california. i suspect the students at m.i.t. can handle this. erin: wow. sean: wild stuff. erin: it is amazing what comes out of the school. sean: maybe we'll put you and kevin on the first one. erin: going to be on the test run. still ahead, attention travelers, one airline is planning to launch what would be the longest direct flight. and the u local hot shot photo of the morning. we want to show you emmet taking advantage of the warm weather. you can submit your own pictures and video and join the thousands of u
5:48 am
on at hmm hmm hmm-hmm-hmm-hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm-hmm let us be lovers, we'll marry our fortunes together [ cheering ] i've got some real estate here in my bag counting the cars on the new jersey turnpike they've all come to look for america [ cheers and applause ] all come to look for america all come to look for america all come
5:49 am
i'm bernie sanders,
5:50 am
>> you are watching wmur "news 9 daybreak." mcdonald, and meteorologist kevin skarupa. now news 9 continues. sean: the pope's fiat has sold at auction. $82,000.
5:51 am
couple that owns the autogroup. they used one of the two black fiats while visiting philadelphia in september. the other is on display at the autoshow. been sold. erin: driving around in the pope mobile. the airlines is planning to launch what would be the longest direct flight. the journey would be from qatar to new zealand. the plane can carry 2 59d passengers. kevin: currently the world's longest direct flight is between texas and australia. that trip takes 16 hours and 55 minutes. erin: i hope they give you snacks. kevin: at least. sean: you could binge watch eight tv series. kevin: long ride. sean: coming up, you'll hear from a new hampshire family that had to cancel their vacation due to concerns.
5:52 am
hours away from the first votes in the nation. what to expect coming up. erin: some emergency dispatchers in vermont are testing out a new technique. exercise equipment at the desk. has to solve problems and as small as your kitchen table. that's the job. everyday. and now, the first lady who helped get healthcare for eight million kids... the senator who helped the secretary of state who stood up for america, and stared down hostile leaders around the world. is the one candidate for president who has everything it takes to do
5:53 am
privatize social security and medicare... or shut down planned parenthood... she'll take on the gun lobby... finally get equal pay for women... and stop the republicans from ripping all our progress away. so on february ninth, stand up for hillary. because if you want a president who knows how to keep america safe... and build a stronger economy... hillary's the choice. "i'm listening to you, i'm fighting for you, and with your support, i'm going to deliver." i'm hillary clinton and i
5:55 am
5:56 am
5:57 am
5:59 am

309 Views

info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on