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another winter storm making its way into the granite state, this one with lighter snow. >> they clock is winding down to new hampshire. the primaries are tomorrow and who say they haven' their mind you. clerks meantime, candidates are still trying to reach as many
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good morning. sean: we are tracking snow had a their way. ve got floating day tomorrow. >> light fluffy snow with the wind blowing that around. come early afternoon. you can see it well to our south early this morning with the heaviest push-ups know locally, foot possible around cape cod. temperatures in the upper teens to the mid-20' s. it is going to be a very fluffy snow. while it isn' t a lot of moisture, there is a potential of three to five inches. more wind and more accumulation
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deb: all the roads in new hampshire are moving well. we are not seeing any major problems as you start the morning -- the monday morning commute. from manchester to salem, you' re looking at a 21-minute commute. 293 is moving well through the mill yard. we are not seeing any problems right now on the everett turnpike. all roads leading into and out of the boston area are also moving well and up to speed. dunkin donuts. erin: you can always get the school closings, delays and
5:03 am you can also track the storm and reach you. sean: by this time tomorrow morning, we will have our first results from the 2016 is -- 2016 presidential primary. erin: the candidates are almost there are a lot of undecided voters here new hampshire. ray: according to a new wi your cnn poll, 37% of likely democratic voters have yet to make up their mind -- sorry, that is 39 percent of democratic voters. and half republican voters are still deciding. with that in mind and a record turnout expected, that means
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especially on the republican side with so many candidates to look at your we caught up with a few undecided voters less like watching the revolting find out they are looking or in the. they said they were close to choosing a candidate, but after hearing that candidates on the stage, many said they are back to square one. now they have just a few hours
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sean: nearly all of the major candidates are spending the last few hours before the hours -- before the polls open here in new hampshire. erin: during a rally yesterday in portsmuth, he called for a redistribution of wealth in america. >> people will demand. erin: hillary clinton returns to new hampshire today for get out the vote rallies for herself in manchester and hudson. after a couple of events yesterday morning, she flew to flint, michigan to get a firsthand look at that to the' s water problems. >> you' re getting brown, smelly water out of your foss said, out
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and you tell everybody and say this water smells, this water is bad, iambic am breaking out with a rash, i' ve got a headache. and everybody is telling you don' t worry about it. it' s fine. that was just a life. erin: -- sean: donald trump continues in new hampshire. yesterday, he had a bit of an unusual message for the crowd at a rally in plymouth state. he said to either vote for him or stay home. his sons are also holding events today, rallying support for trump. ted cruz is spending his day in barrington, raymond in manchester. yesterday, he talks of crowds, telling supporters about his economic growth. and calling the notion of women
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marco rubio has both a town hall and a rally plan today in nashua. tom kasich has a busy day as well. he has focused his campaign on new hampshire and says he has tried to avoid any mudslinging. yesterday, he called on the other candidates to pull their negative ads and instead focus on their own goals. erin: chris christie is holding a series of town halls today. yesterday, he was riding high on night' s debate and targeted marco rubio, saying he lacks the experience to lead the country. >> everything you bring to the really matters. that is what i was try to make the point awake week. matters. erin: jeb bush has a luncheon in nashua, followed by town hall in portsmouth today. trump.
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conservative record. he added his campaign will continue no matter what happens tomorrow. >> view, a new hampshire, can set the stage for what the race looks like going forward. and i' m sick and tired of politicians who push people down to make themselves look better. because it is not about them. sean: carly fiorina said that she is against abortion . candidates will make their final touches to voters right here on wmur at 5:00. candidates on the campaign trail and day chronicle following some tradition. s voting tradition.
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lines at the polls tomorrow. you will have to show proof of identity, age, citizenship, and where you live. undeclared voters will be allowed to choose a democrat or a republican ballot. if you are already registered as a democrat or a republican, is too late to change your affiliation. just one day left on the campaign trail. sean: hard to believe. a desperate rescue effort continues in taiwan this warning after a devastating earthquake. and incredible stories of survival. erin: chalk this one up as a major hoops oops. sean: there is a new super bowl champion this morning after a sloppy game between the broncos and panthers. the new caramel macchiato let hand-crafted layers
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kevin: hey live look from hampton beach where temperatures are the lower 20' s. we are expecting when gusting over 20 or 30 miles an hour. that means life fluffy snow begins to fall will start blowing around later in the day. we will have all the dave catch all the details with your forecast coming up. erin: we have a lot of schools getting out early today. rescuers pulled two survivors from the rubble of a toppled apartment building in taiwan overnight two days after a powerful earthquake. sean: the death toll from the magnitude 6.4 quake has now risen to 37 with more than a hundred people still believed to be buried one woman was found alive protected by the body of her husband officials say they have founds signs of life from two others still trapped including an 8-year-old girl but they have not been able to reach them yet. erin: the united nations
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has now condemned north korea' s launch of a long range rocket this weekend. world leaders have called the lanch an intolerable provocation. the u.n. also pledged to quickly adopt significant new sanctions against north korea though china is reluctant to impose economic measures and force refugees across the border. however the launch was on the eve of the chinese new year the country' s most important holiday. sean: there is quite a cleanup effort underway in wisconsin after a parking lot gave way beneath more than a dozen cars. but that parking lot was actually just a frozen lake and the ice couldn' t support all the weight . organizers were using the lake for a local winter festival but temperatures rose above freezing
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least ten cars are considered a total loss the good news is that no one was hurt. erin: coming up cars weren' t the only things ending up in cold water
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erin: pandas are the king of the jungle when it comes to the movie. "kung fu panda 3" wrought its first 10 days. george clooney' s new comedy opened second followed i leonardo dicaprio "the revenant." s closing today for about four hours. they will close from 11:00 this mining to 3:00 this afternoon so employees can attend a food rules. this follows an outbreak of e.
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sean: for most people, february is not prime beach weather. kevin: cold plus cold equals cold. was that abe lincoln? more than a thousand people for the penguin plunge raising money for the special olympics. the water temperature was 42 at the beach. despite the cold, people come back year after year. this weekend raised $533,000 for the special olympics. they sacrifice to their bodies for a great cause.
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yesterday him -- yesterday was much easier than most years. a huge thank you to everyone for coming out. the morning commit should be just fine for you. not expecting any start to develop until the earliest late morning. early to mid afternoon in central parts of the state. we will also continue to pick up gusts this afternoon around 30 miles an hour. hour. a general three to five inches of snow across the state. locally more to the storm center itself. the clouds continue to drift their way in early this morning.
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but close enough that it will spread some light snow. over a foot of accumulation is possible around boston. we will see a listserv version of things going on to our south. you see the snowfall around the shop -- along the coast. it will slowly search adrift northward. be as the snow continues to fall. on the northeast wind holding temperatures where they are. to fall. with any kind of wind, that will s. temperatures today are kind of holding anywhere from the lower s. some upper teens up north. little bit colder than that. here comes a light snow. some lighter snow in southern parts of the state moving
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a good 75% of the snowfall accumulation from the system will be from 3:00 this afternoon to just after midnight tonight. it will start to lighten up overnight and go down to some snow showers for your binary tuesday. still a chance of a few flurries or snow showers on wednesday. still that chance of a few flurries from the same system on thursday. at 1:00, there may be a light coating of snow. there could be an inch or two out there locally, maybe two inches closer to the shoreline. and then the general three to five inches of snow and the possibility more the southeastern areas. temperatures in the 20' s early this morning. then falling into the teens later tonight. locally come over seven date inches in a couple of
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a tendency to pile up quickly. a tremendous amount of moisture involved. still some snow showers for your tuesday. a few flurries for at the wednesday or thursday. notice the temperatures for next weekend. a little bit different. [laughter] sean: are you sure about that/kevin: we are very sure. erin: the presidential candidates will be out in full force today with just one day left before the primary here' s ray brewer. here is ray brewer. rate: less than 24 hours ago before all the votes are counted. a new wmur cnn poll shows that a lot of the orders -- voters have not made up their mind. more than half of the republicans are still deciding. erin: nearly all of the major candidates are in new hampshire today with dozens of events
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hopefuls try to reach as many voters as possible. and the first votes will be counted by this time tomorrow three towns have midnight voting. sean: coming up on daybreak, thousands of people got all decked out in blue and put on
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one of the areas that interested in is the area of children. we intend to be sure that everybody in this room
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no matter where they're born, no matter to whom they are born. ri want to make sure that every child has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life fighting for children, and i'm not stopping now. i'm hillary clinton, and i have always approved this message. 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
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all come to look for america all come to look for america all come to look for america i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. erin: food fights are usually frowned upon in most settings. but in italy, the ammo was provided this weekend. sean: hundreds of people took part in the battle of oranges throwing literally tons of oranges at each other. the participants were broken up into teams of locals and most people wore padding or they are really getting into it.
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this is a real juicy story, i think. [laughter] erin: they were smurfing to the max in germany. sean: now i know where kevin spent the other part of his weekend. erin: i was wondering if they did the polar plunge. sean: more than 2100 people dressed up as smurfs, most complete with body paint, and danced and partied the day away. yesterday, organizers were hoping to set a new world record for the most people dressed as smurfs in one area. but the blue crowd came up 361 short of the record set in wales in 2009. erin: they really love it over there. that was my saturday morning watching the smurfs back in the day. coming up in the next half hour, panic in london as a bus suddenly explodes on a bridge but it turns out there was nothing to worry about despite the flames. sean: plus, with just hours left before, the polls open for the new hampshire primary, we' ll check in with each
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erin: good morning. in less than 24 hours, new hampshire voters will begin casting their ballots. sean: the first votes will be cast at midnight. donald trump is leading the republicans in new hampshire while bernie sanders is leading on the democratic side. secretary of state bill gardner is expecting a record turnout for tomorrow' s primary even
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that storm is making its way to new hampshire right now. it is expected to start following later this morning and contine through tomorrow morning. most of the state is expected to see between three to five inches of snow. but areas in the far eastern part of the state could pick up more. kevin: a quiet start to the day. light snow by late morning in southern areas of the state and midafternoon up north. we are expecting a light coating to an inch or two. wind. it will be a light, fluffy snow. with the wind, it will blow around rather easily across the a few spots could be 6, 7, 8 inches of snow. erin: the candidates cannot be
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we want to check the roads for you this morning. no problems out here along 93. 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. with triple team traffic reports i' m deb davidson. deb: 293 is looking good. we are not seeing any problems right now on 101, 111, or the spalding. and 93 north and south is moving well across the stage. if you' re heading into massachusetts, all major roads into and out of the boston area are also hasslefree and up to speed at this time. this report brought to you by dunkin donuts. erin: as this storm approaches a number of schools are dismissing students early today and a few others are closed.
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schools scrolling along the bottom of your screen or on our website. there you will also find forecast. that' s all at sean: the countdown is on to the new hampshire primary. this morning, almost all of the major presidential candidates are in the granite state trying to rally some last minute support. and according to our newly released poll, there are still a lot of new hampshire voters to sway. the wmur-cnn tracking poll shows that 39% of likely democratic they will vote. while 55% of likely republican voters remain undecided. ray brewer joins us live in manchester now to tell us what some of those voters are saying. ray: it seems those voters are candidates as they try to decide
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>> by tuesday. ray: tom stewart is one of many people who spent the day at billy' s sports bar in new hampshire. but when it comes to the election on tuesday, he is undecided. >> with case it can christie, i would be comfortable with them making day in and day out decisions. >> trump and christie. ray: her husband bob is trying to sway her for donald trump. acquired she is pretty independent. she does what she wants. ray: some independent voters say they know what they want and a candidate. they are struggling to decide which sits there criteria for commander in chief. >> i'
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will be good on foreign policy and a good leader and who knows his or her stuff and has the experience and not just trying to fake it. ray: it will depend on who will be able to get their supporters to the polls. the secretary of state is predicting a record turnout for tomorrow' s primary. erin: gop front runner donald trump will wrap up his last full day on the primary campaign trail with a rally at the verizon wireless arena in manchester. yesterday, trump paid a visit to plymouth state university where he delivered what he admits was an unusual message to voters. >> a lot of these politicians say it is not important who you vote for by you have to go through the process. i feel differently. if you are not going to vote for me, do not vote, ok? i don' t need your money.
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erin: the pre-primary rally begins at 7:00. sean: ted cruz will also be keeping busy on the campaign trail today. barrington, raymond and yesterday, cruz spoke at a standing-room only town hall in peterborough. during the event he took aim at the frontrunner in the democratic primary, bernie sanders. >> to all the young people who show up at the bernie sanders can' t get a job now, how bad do you think it will be doubling down on this path. as margaret thatcher said -- the problem with socialism is eventually run out of other people' s money. sean: crews also talked about for policy and a plan to destroy isis. erin: marco rubio will be holding a town hall meeting and rally in nashua today. on sunday he stopped by a super bowl watch party in manchester after holding three town hall meetings. rubio defended his experience and record and discussed social
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military. >> who are we going to nominate a representative of the republican party and the selection? and i vote that' s me -- i agree. sean: ohio governor john kasich has a busy day ahead of him. he has 4 town hall meetings planned in plaistow, windham, merrimack and manchester. as well as a rally in hooksett. in nashua yesterday, kasich told news 9 that he is proud of his debate performance on saturday night and is feeling confident >> i think it was really good. happy. you never know when you' re on the stage. it is when you come off and you see folks. there was a party that i got to at about 12:30 in the morning. there were 200 plus people. everybody was feeling psyched. i think we are going to do really well. erin: jeb bush will be hitting the campaign trail in nashua and portsmouth today. last night, he held town hall meetings in salem and nashua.
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former governors, he believes he is the one with the most-proven conservative record. he says he will continue on with his campaign no matter what happens during tomorrow' s primary. sean: carly fiorina will be trying to drum up some last minute support in manchester and concord today. the former hewlett-packard ceo spoke to 300 supporters at an event in manchester. she thanked them for encouraging her to get in the race and fight for the republican nomination. >> i first started running, thinking about running for because i got so much encouragement to do so. no one asked my name. nobody took me seriously -- except you did. you showed up in living rooms and dining rooms and restaurants and you listened. erin: on the democratic side hillary clinton will be making today. she left the granite state for just a few hours on sunday to she returned to new hampshire
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before travelling to flint , clinton met voters at a dunkin donuts in manchester and appeared live on wmur' s close up. despite trailing bernie sanders in the polls she says she will keep fighting until the last vote is cast tomorrow. as for sanders, he will be hitting the campaign trail in durham today. the latest wmur-cnn tracking poll shows that sanders has a big lead over hillary clinton among likely democratic voters gap. some of his closest supports believe this going to be a very close race. sean: this evening, the candidates will make their final pitches to voters right here on wmur, starting at 5:00. at 6:00 we' ll visit the , candidates on the campaign trail followed by a special edition of new hampshire chronicle featuring some of the granite state' s voting traditions. a special show called setting the stage will air at ten -- 10:00, followed by newsnine tonight, with a complete wrap up of all the campaigns.
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coverage of the first votes in dixville notch. erin: in other news this morning a grafton man is facing charges after state police say he was clocked going 105 miles per hour on intestate 93. a trooper says he spotted 26-year-old tyler murch speeding through holderness on saturday night. it took the trooper three miles to catch up to the car and stop it. murch is now charged with reckless operation. sean: a purple heart is being returned today to the family of a new hampshire war hero. eugene victor call was killed in world war two' s battle of the bulge back in 1945. recently, the vermont group purple hearts reunited got a call from a man in massachusetts who said he found call' s purple heart, along with some other medals and personal items. the purple heart will be returned to his family this afternoon during a special ceremony at the newport veterans club. erin: manchester' s police chief had a little fun over the weekend. he let loose during a child' s birthday party.
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erin: who knew the chief had moves like these? a local nine-year-old loves police officers so manchester to hold his birthday party at police headquarters. as you can see, everyone had a blast including the chief. coming up on daybreak, let the celebrating begin broncos fans after denver beat north carolina in super bowl fifty. we' ll have highlights from the big game. s a picture that has a lot of people talking. can you tell which of these three ladies is the mom? kevin: watching a storm system lift north and that means light fluffy snow to go with it this afternoon and this evening. i much we will see in the big 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. america runs on dunkin'.
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is happening at dunkin'. come in today to get any sandwich for $2.99 after 12:00 p.m. america runs on dunkin'. of lunchtime. looking at temperatures holding in the upper to the mid-20' s. wind already gusting this morning over 25 miles an hour. we will continue to blow that light fluffy snow around this afternoon and this evening. much more on the forecast coming up. sean: people in london are breathing a sigh of relief this morning after an explosion on a bridge turned
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to be just a stunt. erin: a double decker was crossing the bridge when it suddenly burst into flames. people in the area were terrified, thinking it may be a terrorist attack but they later learned that this was just a stunt for jackie chan' s new movie the foreigner. one woman says she was at a nearby playground with her kids when the explosion went off. >> i really thought what i was looking at was possibly a major event. erin: the production team says they sent out a fire alerting the public of the stunt but many people did not see it. sean: a wayward sea lion is recovering this morning after being found in an unlikely place. the staff at a california restaurant called marine room says the sea lion pup came right in and took a nap in a booth. sadly, the pup was extremely underweight and desperately needed help. it was taken to sea world where it will be fattened up before hopefully it is returned to the
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s now going viral has many people asking who is the mom? the photo shows a woman with her 16-year-old twin daughters but they all look a lot alike. the mom is actually the woman raising her hand. the 35-year-old says she maintains her youthful look by drinking a lot of water, avoiding stress and focusing on emotional inner beauty. that is amazing. they look like sisters. sean: that the shenanigans bnp are they are interchangeable. erin: turning now to sports this morning denver broncos fans are celebrating their team' s big win in super bowl fifty. sean: the broncos and the north carolina panthers faced off in santa clara, california . tom brady was there as the super bowl mvp' s of the past were honored before the game. in the first quarter, the broncos were up 3-0 when denver' s von miller
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and malik jackson recovered the fumble in the end zone for the touchdown. halftime. turned the ball over 4 times and cam newton was sacked 7 times. the denver broncos win it 24:10. -- peyton manning won his second 24-10 super bowl in what was likely his last nfl game. >> it has been a week a reflection. you can' t help but reflect on all the people that have helped you get to this point. i am very grateful. i look forward to celebrating with my friend and families tonight. erin: on the hard court the celtics played at home sunday against the sacramento kings. rajon rondo finished with a double-double 14 points and 15 assists but the game was never really in jeopardy for boston.
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figures and the celtics went on to win it 128-119. that' s four straight wins for the c' s. boston is now in third place in the eastern conference. sean: dozens of dare devils took part in an interesting event in new mexico on sunday. more than 100 people competed in the 37th annual angel fire shovel race championships. the competition consists of people sitting on aluminum shovels and riding down a hill, trying to get the fastest time. speeds often exceed 65-miles per hour. try that out. erin: i' m not sure. sean: if you were to sled down a ski slope like that, you could get some speed. kevin: the prize for that should be extraordinary. i also recommend wearing a cup. [laughter] as i look at the event now, it might be a good idea.
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weather. sean: she is the adrenaline junkie. it is foreign to me. [laughter] kevin: i' ll take that silence as a no. we started off this morning with snowfall developing from south to north. the wind is already picking up. gusting out of the north at 20 to 25 miles an hour. a few gusts along the coastline over 35 miles an hour. general light snow falling across the state this afternoon and this evening. general three to five inches of accumulation. it will be one of those fluffier snows that has a tendency to parliament quite a bit fairly easily. sorry light nature to that snow. still some lingering snow showers around tomorrow. it does look like the light snow we will have this afternoon and this evening will start to taper+
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then flurries on wednesday and thursday. especially in the north country. arrival time late morning early afternoon for some areas. gradually navigating from south to north later on this morning and through the afternoon. but at the height of this, for the lighter snow, a general three to five inches looks to be about 3:00 to 4:00 this afternoon to about just after midnight tonight. about 75% of any accumulation will occur during that time. expecting the potential of gusts over 25, even 30 miles an hour. it will reduce visibility and allow the snow tube oh around. temperatures early this morning just aren' t going to move up that much. maybe by just a couple of degrees in the afternoon. here comes the snow in the
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could be as much as two and a half inches in some southern and southeastern areas. we will continue to go through the evening and overnight before lightening up early tomorrow. and an additional half-inch inch to an inch in places. with that, there will be the potential for the occasional snow shower activity totaling up to a little bit more on top of of snow. wednesday and thursday with a mostly cloudy sky. a friend comes through with very cold air. as we stop this for you, by the time i get toward the evening commute a mother could be an inch or two for southern areas with lesser amounts and a light coating for central parts of the state. expecting things to be slick by the time we get there as well. temperatures in the low-to-mid 20' s before dropping into the teens tonight. temperatures overnight will continue to cool off.
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accumulation, a little bit more in southeastern parts of the state where he could be 6, 7 or even eight inches of accumulation. snow showers tomorrow for your primary tuesday and then lingering flurries for wednesday and thursday and then really cold air comes in. could be the coldest winter of the entire season when we look back at it. highs only in the single digits and teens. erin: we are not used to that at all. fun to do this week, you may want to head to newport. the town is hosting its 100th annual winter carnival. the event is one of the oldest of its kind in the country and this year' s theme is 100 years of memories. the festival includes activities like skating, dodgeball, tug-of-war, and a winter parade. you can learn more about it by heading to the escape outside section of sean: we will have to explain tree.
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erin: still to come on newsnine daybreak. an adorable scene on the football field. 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, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our conscience and our hearts and not to the pundits
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sean: pizza hut went all out for super bowl 50. fifty random customers who ordered the stuffed garlic knots pizza on super bowl sunday got a pie topped with real gold. the special-edition pizza has nearly one hundred dollars worth of edible, 24-karat gold. the custom pizza came in a specially-designed golden box, along with a $100 pizza hut gold card. erin: erin: erin: i think a lot of people looked at it and said you know, something is wrong with my pizza. while many fans were tuning into the super bowl last night others were focused on a different game the annual kitten bowl. this year the home and family felines faced off against boomer' s bobcats. at one point, the bobcats released a mouse on the field to distract the felines and it
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sean: that doesn' t look like a real mouse. kevin: rob gron-cat-ski ended the game with a touchdown and broke out his touchdown dance, the felines ended winning the kitten bowl by a final score of 46-41. wow. a lot less turnovers and that game than the actual game. sean: coming up in the next hour of newsnine daybreak. a major mess in wisconsin. more than a dozen cars that were parked a frozen lake ended up falling through the ice. >> hours to go before the voters go to the polls to it appears
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