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kevin: now on "daybreak," snow moving in and heavy in places. how much we'll see ahead. erin: these are live pictures along route 101 in epping. your morning commute could be a little tough. slow down and leave yourself extra time this morning. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: good morning, new hampshire. thanks for waking up with us. i'm erin fehlau. sean: i'm sean mcdonald. we're on the storm watch. you'll see 200 closings and delays. find them on our web site as well. it is the calm before the storm. some snowflakes are starting to fall. it hasn't picked up yet. kevin: we're going to continue to see the heaviest portion from about 7:00 to 11:00.
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in the south eastern half to third. starting to stick. you get out not quite yet with temperatures just a few degrees above the freezing mark in south eastern spots. up north just starting to get in on the light snow and snow shower activity. expecting the heaviest of this today to be mid to late morning before starting to taper off during the afternoon and the heaviest portion of this to be for south eastern areas of the state. locally you could see upwards of six inches of accumulation. a general three to five inches of snow for the south eastern half of the state. again we're looking at snowfall rates with the system with the possibility of over an inch per hour. the morning drive could be tricky. live pictures in windham. let's check in with deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning. we are beginning to see some heavy slowdowns throughout the state. couple of those trouble spots right now. 93 northbound flu
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11. also on 101 eastbound in in the best ford area. if you are commuting on 94 southbound, be aware of heavy volume from londonderry into windham. be prepared to be on the breaks from the 495 connector in to boston at this hour. this report is brought to you by autofair. from the wzid traffic network, i'm deb davidson. erin: all right. thank you. the further south you go the more snow you are going to see. that means tougher driving. sean: ray brewer continues the team coverage this morning. live along route 101 in epping. you are seeing rain. any snow out there yet? ray: yeah. what's happening is we're starting to see the switch over. i still have the umbrella out. it is mostly rain that is falling here in epping. the temperature about 37 degrees. obviously colder in the upper atmosphere as you
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you can see the roads are wet. because it's been so warm for the past few days, whatever snow is falling is as you just saw the plow truck go by there. the plow obviously not down. he is salting and sanding right now. but as i was saying whatever snow is falling as it hits the ground is melting. we kind of expect that to change as the cold continues to move on in. there could be some icy spots. obviously why the plow truck is out salting and sanding in anticipation of that happening. traffic can moving without any problems. the speed limits are a little bit slower than normal. you want to factor in the extra time. reporting live in epping, ray brewer, wmur news 9. sean: turning to politics. hillary clinton and bernie sanders have
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erin: a new poll shows that sanders' lead is growing. the candidates faced off in the first head-to-head debate. jean mackin was there in durham. >> the two democrats left standing wasted no time drawing differents. >> yes, secretary clinton does represent the establish the. i represent -- i hope, ordinary americans. >> senator sanders is the only who i think would characterize me a woman running to be the first woman president as establishment. i've got to tell you that -- reporter: the vermont senator and former secretary of state sparred over campaign contribution, super pac support, and clinton's paid speeches. >> the artful smear that you and your campaign have been carrying out in recent weeks. let's talk about -- let's talk about the issues. >> there's a reason why
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to our political system. undermining american democracy. university of new hampshire campus, senator sanders called for free tuition at public colleges while clinton called for affordable position. >> i want to make sure middle class kids, not donald trump's kids get to afford college. >> we pay for it by a pac on wall street speculation. the middle class bailed out wall street. now it is wall street's time to help the middle class. reporter: they went back and forth on how to handle health care, terrorism, wall street institutions, and which democrat on the stage in new hampshire would be a progressive in the white house. >> in your definition as you being the self-proclaimed gate keeper for progressivism, i don't know anyone else that fits that definition. i know a lot of really hard-fighting
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democratic party. >>instead of arguing about definitions, let's talk about what we should do. one of the things we should do is not only talk the talk but walk the walk. i'm proud to be the only candidate who does not have a super pac. sean: things were heated last night. the republicans were up next. we know the lineup for the abc news wmur debate. invitations will be extended to donald trump, ted cruz, and marco rubio. dr. ben carson, jeb bush, chris christie, and john kasich were invited. fiorina and gillmore did not meet the criteria. in addition to hillary clinton and bernie sanders, donald
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christie, john kasich, ben carson, ted cruz, marco rubio, carly rubio, and jim gilmore have events planned today. erin: a man accused of assaulting his son is set to plead guilty. he punched a baby three times in the side of a head leaving the child in in intensive care. they found a skull fracture and 17 other broken bones. according to records, the baby has been beaten or abused since he was just three days old. police say they had to tase a man after he started fighting with and threatening officers. police say 32-year-old daniel perez was found guilty of sexual assault. when they were trying to take him to jail, he resisted. a farmington man charged with felonious assault is being held on
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george colbath was due in court. sean: the f darks is stepping up efforts to regulate opioids. it includes a committee to provide approval as well. the new hampshire senate has passed three bills aimed at fighting the crisis here, including funding for drug courts. maggie hassan focused on the drug crisis during of state of the state address yesterday. she said there's much more to be done. >> that's one of the many reasons why we must reauthorize the bipartisan new hampshire health protection program without delay. drug overdoses are now the second most common cause of death in new hampshire. sean: the governor focused heavily on jobs in her speech. watch and read the entire state of the state on our web site. erin: still ahead friday among on "daybreak," i have a chance
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in a way as we mark 45 years since alan shepherd walked on the moon. sean: a senior at laconia was making a name for himself. he says that's not what he is most proud of. erin: a new system at naval there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values,
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kevin: friday morning, february 5th. you don't have to get pease over to light snow. we're going to continue that see that transition from any leftover rain dropping.
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to be heavy at times before tapering off this afternoon. even though you start with rain, you are likely the area that may see the most snow as it continues to pull away. all of the details on how this trend goes for the day today and your weekend coming up. erin: thank you so much. this week's hometown hero is a senior. sean: brenden mooney is a three-sport captain. he's an honor role student. he was selected to the play in the all star c.h.a.d. east-west football game. he said he's proud of his skills to be a role model and mentor to other. erin: today marks 45 years since new hampshire made history in space. alan shepherd landed on the moon. he was the fifth and old est person to ever
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this was ten years after he become the first american in space. there will be someone dressed up as colonel shepherd greeting guests today to help mark that anniversary. sean: and holds the record for lowest golf scoring space as well. very neat stuff. 6:12. coming up, a new report is highlighting the issues facing new mothers and babies in new hampshire, especially when it comes to health. erin: barbie is getting a workout. mattel introduced the
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erin: a survey was conducted on pregnant women. many mothers said they drank and smoked in the third trimester. two people in brazil have contracted the virus through blood transfusions. researchers are developing mosquitoes that are incapable of transmitting things like zika and malaria, potentially stopping diseases from spreading. sean: lawmakers in vermont are taking up a bill to require restaurants to provide menus written in braille. supporters say the move wouldn't cost much money whole providing services to customers.
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first barbie after abby wambach. it is part of a new line featuring women in power and influence. i suspect this is the first of many. erin: maybe the first with short, short hair too. if seems that winter is making a return with snow moving in to the southern part of the state. sean: ray brewer keeping an eye on the roads. you still have your umbrella or is it snowing, ray? umbrella. we've switched over to snow. it is not really much in terms of accumulation, there's white stuff as opposed to the rain that we've had falling throughout much of the morning. taking a live look at 101, you may be able to see some of the snow in the headlights of the cars. they are really not highways at least here in epping as throughout most of the morning. we have had mostly rain falling or a mixture of
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once again the change over has begin. that's going to impact the morning commute especially in some of the other areas closer to manchester and concord where it has been snowing a little bit more. they are expecting more snow also as you head to the boston area. you are going to want to factor that in. reporting live in epping, ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: all right. some big clumps falling out there. it is national kevin: third straight february 5th it is snowing hard. erin: get some con confetti. kevin: woe don't need it. walk out. erin: that's what i'm saying natural. kevin: along with that, it has been transitions over to snow. itself. you are still a little bit of light rain at this point. look for a switch over to some light snow.
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with a light coating to a half an inch of snow. up in central and northern areas of the state just truly starting to see the light snow develop. you'll notice it is mainly rainfall farther to the south and east. any sort of rainfall that is leftover with the rain dropping closer should be giving way as temperatures continue to cool. the cooler air in the mid levels come down with the precipitation and change over any rain drops to snowflakes. that's what has been happening now. it is all snow. it will be wet with temperatures in the upper 20's to mid 30's. snowfall rates could be an inch per hour at times for areas of south eastern parts of the state. beyond that the farther west you go and the farther north you go, we're looking at a much lighter version of the system with a light coating to a few inches of accumulation at best. the snow hasn't gotten going yet. coating. the heaviest portion will be closer to the center of circulation
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that means the most focused snow could give you anywhere between 4:00 to 7:00 inches of snow. low to mid 30's will be the temperatures when it falls. you'll notice a certain back edge by 11:00. that continues to go from of upper valley. that slides quickly to the east by 2:00. by 3:00 or 4:00, we're looking at a brightening sky across the area. the travel problems that we'll have out there in areas won't be as prevalent by the time we get toward the afternoon. from there, partial sunshine for both days over the weekend. could be a couple of snow showers late saturday or early sunday up in the north country. maybe a flurry elsewhere. that's it through monday as it stands now. all eyes to the west for the next system possible situation which is centered toward tuesday. if anything, the trends have been to pull back and move that system a little farther to the south which would leave
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snow snowfall. things change as you get closer. looking at a general three to five inches with less than three inches in the north western half of the state. there could be a couple of spots, even some spots that haven't changed over to snow yet that may have the potential with the most out of this. from there, we're looking at the chance of snow showers on sunday. then the colder air comes back in. this more like winter as we get in to the next seven days. we're looking at snow possible and again the keyword there for tuesday is possible. it may just be some light snow and flurry activity moving through for the primary day and getting colder for the second half of next week. we're going to earn the rest of the winter. this is the pattern. sean: a lot of people saying i haven't seen anything else.
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kevin: friday morning, february 5th. snowfalling across the state. roadways okay at the moment. as we continue to go through the day and the snowfall rates pick up, we're expecting the conditions to start to detroit. a lot of that for the height of the morning commute.
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "daybreak." erin: good morning. friday, february 5th. we're on the storm watch for you. sean: snow continues to move in to new hampshire. it could make for slick driving areas. farther north places like the white mountains and upper valley will see a coating to a couple of inches. there are dozens of school delays and closures this morning. you can see a list of those scrolling along the bottom of the screen. erin: kids are doing the dance. this is the first snow
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kevin: there are a lot of areas that hadn't burnt one at all. as we enter the second half, how many snow days will they have? the snow continues to come down. the rain drops leftover also transitions. the heaviest of which between about 7:00 and 11:00 this morning before tapering off. most will be in south eastern areas with lesser amounts the farther west and north you go. erin: my director is reminding me that parents are scrambling sick. slippers. what does that mean? kevin: it is what i do in snowstorms. erin: all right. check of the roads this morning. here's a live look at 93. kevin: some of the old fashion amongst used to wear sweaters. i swear slippers.
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i think the slippers get him out of shoveling. north of the concord area from tilton down to penacook and through the hooksett tolls. we're seeing some delays through londonderry. we're getting word of the crash on 101 eastbound at new hampshire 45 in hillsborough. the right lane is blocked. we're seeing some delays at 114 in bedford. 101 westbound very heavy and slow now. a crash on 93 north just before the hampton tolls. the left lane is blocked. traffic is slow going up in to portsmouth. 93 south is already a tough ride in massachusetts. this report is brought to you by autofair. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: all right. thanks. deb is inside. ray brewer is also keeping an eye on the road conditions for us. erin: he's not wearing slippers. he's wearing boots.
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i see, ray, things have done the changeover. you are seeing snow now. ray: we've seen the change over about the last 20 minutes here. we've been able to ditch the umbrella. it is still pretty warm here. 37 degrees. no gloves here. you can see a motorist has stopped. traffic is moving here on 101. we have seen a couple of plows go by. there's nothing accumulating just yet. they are putting down some salt and sand just in anticipation of the fact that there may be some icy spots later on as the ground beginning to chill. for right now traffic is moving. the speed limit is still there for the most part. although in some of the spots, it is tricky. you do want to allow for some extra time. reporting live in epping , ray brewer. erin: thank you. bernie sanders and
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in the respective corners after the debate. the republicans are set to face off this weekend. nikole killion with the latest, including highlights from the heated debate last night. reporter: hillary clinton and bernie sanedders turned up the lead in the sharpest exchange yet in a debate on msnbc. >> straight out of the gate a democratic tool. >> let's talk about the issues that divide us. we both agree. reporter: clinton and sanders one on one. >> secretary clinton does represent the establishment. reporter: both candidates taking out the position with days to go before the new hampshire primary. >> people support me because they know me, they know my life's work. reporter: climaxing over wall street. >> i'm proud to be the only candidate that does not have a super pac who is not raising huge sums of money from wall street or special interest.
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too end the artful smear that you and your campaign have been carrying out. reporter: clinton took an aggressive stance followed by a rising rubio. the gop preparing for their own battle minus carly fiorina. >> i wouldn't discount the possibility when you get on the stage and have all of the voters tuning in. reporter: fiorina appealed to be included. so far abc newing, which is hosting the debate, has rejected her calls. in washington, nikole killion. erin: thank you. watch the debate here live or on our web site at sean: jeb bush brought out one of his biggest supporters at an event in derry. for the first time ever, barbara bush joined her
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the former governor and first lady spoke to a crowd at the west running brook middle school. barbara is hoping that jeb will become the third man in her family to serve as president. >> jeb is the nicest, wisest, most caring, local, disciplined -- not by me. sean: according to cnn, sources say former president george w. bush will stump with his younger brother jeb in south carolina. erin: carly fiorina is taking part on the opioid crisis. fiorina snows first hand about the struggle. seven years ago, she and her husband lost their daughter to an overdose. today's discussion begins at 2:00 at hope for new hampshire recovery in manchester. several other candidates will be in new hampshire today. you can see where they are going to be by
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candidate tracker in the politics section of the web site. sean: new poll numbers give us a better idea of where they stand ahead of the primary. the wmur cnn poll shows that donald trump is maintaining his lead both now and before the iowa caucuses. marco rob is second. ted cruz saw a one point bump from 12% to 13% following his win in iowa. john kasich is at 12%. jeb bush is at 10%. chris christie lost some support following the caucuses. support from fiorina and ben carson stayed the same. erin: hooksett police are asking for your help in tracking down two men that broke in to a gun store and stole four firearms. it happened early wednesday morning. the suspects were captured on surveillance. the shop owner says they came prepared. he says the men had bulk
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after breaking in, the burglars made off with handguns and semi-automatics. he's worried about the weapons being on the streets. >> for us, security is paramount. safety of the public is paramount. just like any gun shop owner. it is even more troublesome for us when something like this happens. because you go. you worry about people and things that can happen when they are out there. you try to mitigate this as much as possible really. erin: the owner says the guns are worth more than $2,000. anyone who recognizes the suspects is urged to call hooksett police. sean: a new system at the portsmouth naval ship yard is causing some problems for the neighbors. the ship yard launched a new radio communication system. it is using a frequency that interferes with local garage door openings. one pair of neighbors say they got suspicious when both of the remotes stopped working. >> my wife said the clicker didn't work when
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car after leaving. i fixed the door by replacing the batteries. then my wife said that the people next door's garage wouldn't open. i figured, well, that's odd. at the same time both of our garage door batteries go bad. sean: the problem with the communication system is not unique. it has been used at other military facilities. similar systems were reported. homeowners may have to can the company to have their door openers reprogrammed. in the meantime, you might have to go manual. erin: at least they figured out what's going on. a shocking incident. an 8-year-old boy tried to rob the place at gun point. sean: and the manager of a fast food restaurant falls victim to a bizarre hoax. how someone convinced him to break out the windows in the building. kevin: snow continuing to spread. heaviest before pulling away. more changed expected
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areas could see four or five or six inches of snow. heaviest will be before tapering off. setting up good times for the weekend. details coming up. sean: thanks. people are mourning the loss of another music legend. erin: maurice white died in his sleep. he was part of earth, wind, and fire. he stopped touring with the band in 1995 because of health issues. he was 74 years old. sean: a cashier in florida got a big surprise when an unlikely suspect tried to hold up a grocery store. the would-be robber was an 8-year-old boy. the mother said her son said he was going to park. he walked to the store with a loaded handgun. they managed to get the gun away from the boy. according to his mother,
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she didn't realize it. >> when i grabbed my hushes it was light. i knew i was missing something. where is my gun? i hope jayden don't have my gun. sean: police took the boy in to custody. no charges have been filed against him or his mother. erin: wendy's in arizona was the target of a bizarre hoax. someone called and convinced the manager to break out the windows. it insubjected the manager to turn on the fire suppression system. it told everyone to evacuate by breaking the windows. determine if this is connected to a similar hoax. an uber driver picked up an exciting fare in new orleans. the four men were all members of the popular rap group, naughty by nature. the driver, dale latino,
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that another uber driver refused to pick them up. the group was in town for a concert. during the show, latino got a special surprise. >> i was already planning on going to the show. when i went to the show, i'm there with everybody else. they just signal and pull me out of the crowd. they thanked me in front of hundreds of people. >> pulled him up on stage. we gave him a hoody. >> gave him some beer. >> he said he almost shed a tear, y'all. erin: they set him up. latino says he looks up to the band. they are inspiring him to pursue his love of music. sean: i always thought of myself as being naughty by nature. not because i hate you though. i thought that was good. bruins took on the sabres.
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tried 2-2. bergeron had a chance to win it. instead they lost in a playout. erin: dave mirra passed away. the 41-year-old died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. he medalled every year from 1995 to 2008. he also hosted mtv's "real world: road rules challenge." mirra is survived by his wife and two children. sean: gabi brummett is the gatorade soccer player of the year. she led them to a 20-0 record. he scored the state record 86 goals last season with 17 assists. 15 of her goals were in four playoff games. gabi is the 19th recruit for the class of 2017. she has verbally committed to play at duke. erin: good luck to her. a woman in massachusetts
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rest after accomplishing a major feat. 35-year-old becca pizzi just completed seven marathons on seven continents in seven days. she started in antarctica and finished in australia. her only downtime was on a plane. i would love to be a world traveler. i'm not sure this is the way i would go about it. sean: you'll skip the marathon part? erin: i think i'll just travel around the world. sean: that's tough. some people in texas are getting around on a new mode. it is called the e unicycle. one said it takes some balance. it can travel around 12-14 miles per hour. the cost is about $800. they sure look fun. erin: they look great. it would be difficult morning with all of the sean: it could be.
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for the potholes. kevin: i think even in the best of conditions i'm a hospital visit waiting to happen on one of those. sean: that's why we're going to day. suit. that looks like it is all sorts of trouble. we start off with rainfall closer to the shoreline. inland. pease just a couple of the switch over. the gradual changeover occurs in far south eastern areas over the next hour or two. it has been light snow. a half inch in the swanzey area. an eighth of an inch north of keene. while we continue to see the light snowfall. you'll notice the roadways still wet. the temperatures still above the freezing mark way. you need a good burst of snow for that to really start to accumulation. that's the potential in some areas for over an inch of snow per hour through about 11:00 or lunchtime as the height
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make its way through and the closest pass from the area of low pressure morning. it will start to pull away. the snow will start to wind down in to the afternoon. we're on the real northern and north western fringes of the system. over six inches of snow likely from boston south. it may make its way to the border with the wet snow continuing to come down. it will not be a fluffy temperatures either side of the freezing mark as it comes down. snow continues to pick up this morning. it truly just started in the farther northern areas. there are the burst of one inch per hour. back northeastward and in our direction. temperatures above the freezing mark across a good part of south eastern areas and down near the freezing mark. you start to the get to
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snow gets heavier and it starts to accumulate the liquid that's been melting even if they've been treated may start to form in to a glaze of ice. this is all stuff in science of the roadways type situation that you have to bear in mind if you are going to be traveling any length of distance across the state this morning. temperatures later on by 2:00 or 3:00 essentially near the freezing mark. the snow heaviest late morning and then starting to taper off from west to east rather rapidly. some breaks of sun by late in the day for western areas of the state. falling in to the teens and 20's later on tonight. partly sunny skies. there may be a couple of snow showers saturday night or early sunday. may be a flurry around for southern areas. that will be the leading edge of colder air that starts to make its way back in. that will be in place for the next possible system which is centered around tuesday. tale still to be told on that. a general three to five inches of snow for the south eastern half of the state. there may be just a
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massachusetts that see locally over five inches of wet snow out of the system with lesser amounts farther back to the north and west. as i mention, partly sunny skies for the weekend. highs in the 30's. maybe a couple of flurries or a snow shower late saturday night. colder air making its way in. the other question mark in the forecast is tuesday. the maps have really kind of tried to be a little bit gun shy on exactly what we're going to see out of the system. they've been pulling back. that's what we see every 24 hours as the maps come in. kind of a back and forth. erin: i love how you are celebrating national weatherman's day with a snowstorm and tomorrow and the next day you are going to jump in to the ocean. kevin: weather temperature is 42. why not. sean: good luck. we asked you to tell us which jewelry store are the best.
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palace, jonathan's jewelers, and there was a two-day tie for first, mon amie and belleman's in manchester. we want to know which restaurants are the most romantic. cast your vote on our facebook page or at wmur .com. sean: set yourself up for a date night.
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erin: 6:55. updating our top stories. sean: the snow is coming down causing a slick morning commute. let's check in with ray brewer. ray: the snow in epping has been falling for about an hour. you can see the traffic on the eastbound side which is the taillights heading away there, it is not moving quite as quickly. that's because we just had two plows. they are salting and sanding. they are down to about 25 to 30 miles per hour.
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of assaulting his infant son is expected to plead guilty today. jose orta-santana punched the baby three times in the side of the head nearly a year ago. sean: hooksett police are trying to track down two men that broke in to a gun store wednesday morning and stole four firearms. the owner says the weapons were worth about $2,000. erin: a new communication systems at the portsmouth naval ship yard is causing some problems. the radio system is using a frequency that interferes with local garage door openings. homeowners may need to call a company to have their openers reprogrammed. kevin: starting with snow across a good part of the state. it will continue to snow through the morning. at times heavy. we could see an inch per hour. it is going to be a sticky, wet snow out there. roadway conditions are going to deteriorate this morning. most looks to be far south eastern parts of
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it could be six or seven inches in places. sean: what a change. erin: i know. more than 200 schools that are closed today due to the snow. coming up next, more highlights from the democratic debate at the university of new hampshire. as well as a live report from manchester as the republican candidates gear up for tomorrow night's debate at st. anselm college. here. what's your pick on the big game on sunday?
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