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like we do. now wmur news 9 at 5:00. shelley: right now the coldest air that we've seen all year is moving into new hampshire. it is just 16 degrees out there in colebrook, cold, and it's only going to get colder this weekend. good afternoon, i'm shelley walcott. josh: i'm josh mcelveen. let's get right to chief meteorologist mike haddad who is tracking these frigid temperatures. mike: yes, a piece of that act tick air did blast in this morning for the first time this year and for the first time since last march it hit below zero in concord. lows if you were out early today you know the story about the sub-zero temperatures up north, monadnock region. how about nashua at four below, classic radiational cooling. light winds, clear skies, dry air and boom, any of that warmth yesterday quickly escaping into the atmosphere. right now not a whole lot warmer, but at least tolerable because the winds are light. take a look at the cold air
and the frigid temperatures a wind chill warning kicks into effect starting saturday evening and going right through sunday morning. 40 to 25 below wind chills, dangerously cold, frostbite can occur in about 10 minutes under those conditions. much more on the rest of the weekend, in a little bit. shelley: thank you, mike. these dangerously cold temperatures may have an impact on a big tourism weekend here in the granite state. wmur's stephanie woods live at crotched mountain ski resort tonight. reporter: well, it's 19 degrees here right now, but trust me it feels like wind chill. but that doesn't seem to be bothering these guys, they aren't scared. crotched mountain will state open tonight for midnight madness. skiers and boarders are trying to take advantage of the 12 inches of snow that just fell. there's no danger of that snow
drop down to 11 degrees by the time crotched mountain closes at 3:00 a.m. but skiers and boarders don't seem to mine the cold -- mind the cold. >> we were with a school group, so we were like should we go today and everybody said yes, so we're good. >> winter is back, we definitely like these conditions more so had. so let it come, as far as the cold weather goes. it's awesome. reporter: so for those of you looking for a discount for freezing up in the mountain, there isn't a cold discount, but tomorrow only for valentine's day there is a special, you can see all night for midnight madness for just $14. stephanie woods, wmur news 9. shelley: thank you, and you need a hat. of course you can get the storm watch 9 forecast and see interactive radar where our mobile app, it's available for android and apple devices. due to the holiday weekend, we're seeing some heavier
you're looking live at 293 north in manchester from the elliott at rivers edge camera, where traffic is looking a little heavy. josh: peggy james joins us now with a live look at the road home to end the work week. >> we are seeing a lot of people headed up already from the massachusetts border, crossing over the line. definitely slower than normal between exits 3 and 4 on up towards derry and manchester right now. 293 is busy, but moving well, no incidents at this point. hitting the brakes through the hooksett tolls, then we're seeing delays in concord between exits 12 and 15. things are getting heavy in that area as well. 101 west, you are slow from the 114 intersection, you get moving again once you get past covenant way. it's busy from bedford up to 293 in manchester. no problems on 101 between manchester and the seacoast, and
through newington. from the wzid traffic network, i'm peggy james. josh: new details about a granite stater who says he was badly burned by the battery for a nicotine vaporizer when it exploded. he's now suing the store where he bought and it the manufacturer. heather hamel is live in the studio with more on his story. reporter: matthew gilson is still in a lot of pain and may need more surgery. he said he wasn't even touching the battery when it exploded, nor was he using the vaporizer, he suffered serious burns and hopes his story will be a warning to others. >> five seconds, it was like slow motion, then all of a sudden i felt the heat and i didn't know what was happening, so i just started running and screaming. reporter: surveillance cameras at his workplace caught that all on video. if you look closely at the bottom right corner, you can see something fall from his pants, he says it's this lithium
his new vierpizer that he claims caused serious burns when the battery blew up the his pocket. after two surgeries and two weeks in the hospital, this is what gilson's leg looks like now, he says he remains in constant pain and could be up to a year before he's fully healed. >> it's shiny, yellow, kids get a hold of it and start banging around, they don't know, these things are dangerous. reporter: gilson is suing both the store he bought it from in laconia and the manufacturer of china. >> he had it all assembled, handed to it me, i tried it out. >> when you buy a cigarette, you know that's very dangerous and it can kill you and can cause lung cancer. but these don't have those winds r kinds of warnings, so the manufacturer should put them on there and the store should warn people before they sell them. reporter: gilson is feeling lucky that it wasn't any worse and hopes if anything he will send a message to others.
going to save more people from letting this happen to them. reporter: we searched online for the battery gilson had, it does have a warning that says it may explode or catch fire if mistreated, but he says he did not mistreat the battery. gilson's attorney will file a lawsuit next week. smoker's haven declined to comment, and the company in china did not respond to our questions. shelley: a judge just sentenced a man for 20 years in prison after you his guilty plea to human trafficking. we first told you about the charges in november, prosecutors say he targeted women who were dependent on drugs and controlled their access to heroin. then he posted their pictures on a website and took money from the women in exchange for the drugs. josh: new development in the case of a man convicted of sexual assault, the why says lawrence cook has to stay behind bars.
half years for assaulting a girl starting when she was 4. news 9 was in court when cook asked for early release saying he's now a changed man. but the judge just ruled there is no reason to shorten the sentence. shelley: two women accused of neglecting a dog to the point of blindness and deafness are out of jail. the dog is now with a foster family, but police say when they found that dog it was barely recognizable. wmur's ray brewer was in court when the two women went before a judge. reporter: a londonderry detective said this is the worst case of animal neglect he's ever seen, the dog was walking on its bones with they found it. this is what the shitzu looked like when police officers responded monday night for a report of an abandoned dog at 112 rockingham road. in court paperwork the officer described finding the dog. as i crouched to inspect him further the overwhelming stench
gag and cough. jada demos is one of the two women who left the dog living in its own filth, the officer found soiled and puppy bags, brown dirty water that had a film on top of it. jennifer moscardini is the second woman charged in the case. they face identical charges of failing to get the dog vaccinated or registered and three counts of cruelty to animals. >> they did not get the puppy adequately grommed, causing the dog to have both his kneecaps displaced and causing his left leg to become lame due to extensive matted fur. reporter: according to the vet that treated the dog, leaving the animal blind and deaf as well. in court, the prosecutor asked that bail be reduced from cash to personal recognizance, and the judge agreed. >> horrendous, but the law in new hampshire provides that p.r. jail is generally accepted for somebody who doesn't have a criminal record and is not a
reporter: both women are due back in court on march 15 for a trial conference. ray brewer, wmur news 9. shelley: we are following breaking news now from bartlett. these are live pictures of a fire burning at the kearsarge payment -- paint company. the blaze has been burning for hours now, bringing fire crews from around the area including as far away as madison. it is a total loss at this point, so far no word on a cause. josh: new details in a deadly officer involved shooting in boston, the police commissioner says his officers did what they had to do when a man pointed a gun at them and wouldn't put it down. investigators believe it started when two men were shot inside a home before police arrived. another man was helping his friend who had been shot in the leg leave the area, when officers confronted him. >> the worst decision we ever
i can't say nobody likes to do that, our thoughts go to the family, but if you're going to shoot at an officer, unfortunately you're going to leave us no choice. josh: the two men who were shot are in the hospital tonight. police are investigating what led to the original shootings. shelley: right now every manhole cover on boston area highways are getting inspected after one flew through the air and killed a driver. the cover crashed through the womans windshield just before eight this morning on 93 south at the end of the o'neil tunnel. police do not know how that manhole cover became free. the woman's name has not been released. josh: a man from seabrook is facing felony charges tonight after police say he caused a crash. 52-year-old dwyane l' italian is out on bail, he'll be in court next week. in addition to alcohol, police believe speeding played a role
coming up at 5:00. >> courting voters ahead of the next primary and caucus, i'm aixa dee adds in washington where candidates are now focusing tear campaigns, coming up. shelley: a van rolling across the tarmac with no driver inside at logan airport, how workers chased it down. mike: a frigid feel earlier today and colder conditions will move in over the weekend. when that changes and it warms back up. josh: retail thefts, credit card skimmers, the new warning tonight for stores and consumers around new hampshire. how you can protect yourself. shelley: coming up at 6:00 a
josh: a massive blaze in new jersey under control. this fire burned for 20 hours inside a warehouse in central new jersey. strong winds made it difficult to put the fire out. the amount of smoke actually forced schools to close today. no information on what may have started this fire. shelley: happening right now we have live pictures for you from havana, cuba where pope francis is about to leave on a flight to mexico after making history. he met today with the head of the russian orthodox church, the
meeting between the two leaders after the churches split 1,000 years ago. the pope is on a trip to latin america, tomorrow evening he'll be in guadalupe, mexico. right now health experts are working to develop a vaccine for the zika virus. possible vaccines are at least 18 months away from large scale trials. at least 15 companies or groups have been identified as possible participants. the vier, which has spread across latin america, has been linked to severe birth defects. josh: breaking news involving commitment 2016. just moments ago jim gilmore announced that he's suspending his presidential campaign. the republican says he will continue to speak out about what he calls the dangers of electing hillary clinton or bernie sanders. the g.o.p. primary in south carolina is almost a week away,
contest is in nevada. aixa, the electorate changes a bit in these two states. reporter: it sure does, josh, the next two states are more diverse and candidates are hoping to win over more voters before next weekend. with iowa and new hampshire in the rear view mirror, the focus now turns to south carolina and nevada. >> the fact that it's a more diverse electorate will change things to some degree. reporter: candidates are looking for the support of african-americans and latinos, they are also supporting christian voters. >> christian or evangelical voters very important in south carolina, it's traditionally a state that's been hospitable to candidates who appeal to that kind of electorate. >> i've said it before, my role model is jesus. >> i do not believe that you put your faith in a long box when you're in public life. >> can you not be a nation founded on the belief that your
don't recognize god. report kasich is getting the support of home depot, who finished second the the first in the nation primary. >> there's a lot more people that know me today after new hampshire than knew me before new hampshire. reporter: after seeing each other last night during the democratic debate, hillary clinton and bernie sanders will be at the same place again tonight, this time giving separate speeches at a democratic fund raising dinner in minnesota. aixa diaz, wmur news 9. shelley: thank you. a van hit a plane full of passengers at logan airport this morning. an airport delivery van hit a parked jet blue plane when it was preparing to take off for florida. state police say the driver thought he put the van in park and was knocked to the ground trying to stop that van. the van kept rolling and almost hit a second plane. >> actually some of the workers chased the van down, jumped in and stopped the van. plane.
was taken out of service, and passengers flew to tampa on another aircraft. mike: bitterly cold early this morning, a nice little recovery this afternoon with lighter wind, not all that bad in the wind chill department. but that changes in a big way starting tomorrow. up at the weirs we have overcast skies. an arctic front is on the way in, that means a big change not only in terms of temperature but also in terms of the wind field. that's going to combine -- off to our west through cleveland, buffalo and brl on the vermont, that narrow band of snow thundershowers and squalls is along the leading end of the true act tick air that blasts in during the weekend. that will move through during the early part of tomorrow morning.
had out there even tonight, outside of a few flurries in northern parts of new hampshire. right now it dry, upper teens to near 20 north. on average lower 20s from southeast. so well below the average, but with the win it's not all that bad, as the wind speeds are generally only about 5 or 10 miles per hour. but they will start to pick up quickly tomorrow, mid, late morning into the afternoon. overnight tonight not as cold as last night. single digits to around 10 or 11, very close to the norm for overnight lows. but tomorrow the temperatures will climb only about four or five degrees and then fall as the day wears on. there's that cold arctic air spilling in through canada, the next stop right over new hampshire, and that means temperatures not only below arrange, but in the arctic zone for both saturday and sunday. late sunday, early monday it begins to warm up a lit bit and at that time warm air to the southeast will mean a change of snow over to rain, so that's the
the next storm not white, or it could start that way, but more wet than anything else. the wind chill warning kicks into effect tomorrow evening into sunday, it will be very, very cold, dangerous levels, wind chills sub 20 below zero, that means frostbite can occur in 10 to 15 minutes. you really want to limit your time outdoors starting tomorrow afternoon. wind chills not that bad, but notice tomorrow, after a tolerable start we'll call it. if you want to do any skiing, it's very early in the day, because by afternoon notice what happens after lunch time the wind chills drop to between 20 and 25, even 30 below. then tomorrow night some spots could see win chills as low as 40 below zero. sunday morning, dangerously cold, again, these are the projected wind chills, but notice late in the day they come up just a little bit. so if you're going to be doing some skiing and are determined
after a cold, cold start. tomorrow's time, best time would be early in the day, and the favored time on sunday would be late in the day. because late tomorrow through early sunday, again, it is in the dangerously cold category. the next storm comes in tuesday, snow to start early but then a likely changeover to a mix and rain. hard to imagine in a few days we're talking rain, with this bitter cold moving in. josh: it is cold. thanks, mike. shelley: still to come at 5:00, looking to get organized this spring? some quhdz from experts on how to declutter your life. josh: at 5:30, a new hampshire middle schooler could be featured on google doodle, we'll show you her designs and how can you help her win what is going on? today we're going to not down the mountain, but up it... that's terrifying. ...in one of these. the chevy silverado of 4wd and an exclusive "auto-locking rear differential" so, if a rear wheel starts to slip, the axle automatically locks
josh: a quarter of americans have so much stuff that they can't fit their cars into a two-car garage, according to the u.s. department of energy. shelley: and it can be tough to declutter, but it becoming a trend to simplify. reporter: it said human as door chaos because we seek to produce order in our lives. perhaps that's why the number one and two best sellers on the "new york times" self help list are by marie condo, a japanese organization guru.
spend a total of 3700 hours rummaging through clutter searching for items we misplaced. >> i try very hard to have hooks and place where is things should be, and yet it's still where's this, where's that. reporter: lisa struggles to keep up. >> it's a little overwhelming, school papers, bills, actual work stuff, all in the same tiny little space. reporter: a message heard again and again. >> i just tend to keep the other people organized and forget about myself. >> i get too tired, i don't do anything for like 30 days and then i look up and my house is a disaster. reporter: i enlisted the help of professional organizer amy dobson to teach us her expert secrets. >> if you haven't used it in six months to a year, get rid of it. reporter: amy says the first tip, don't overrity it. sort everything into keep, donate or trash, recycle. next, know what you use. >> turn your hangers around and that way you can see what you wear and don't wear. reporter: design systems with the whole family in mind.
to put away their laundry. >> they had a lot. bins and they could get the clothes into the bins, they weren't folded, but it didn't matter because it wasn't in the living room any more. reporter: one of the biggest pit falls she encounters is when one person sets up the organization system and the rest of the family doesn't follow along. so to avoid this, do it together. if you need more motivation, one research study found that by declutterring your kitchen you could also decrease how much you snacked by up to 44%. shelley: good advice. up next, law enforcement training businesses how to watch out for shoplifting. what you should do if you witness a crime in a store. josh: there's a new app that could help you get your kid to school or sports practice on time, we introduce you to the massachusetts man behind this idea. shelley: now to our u local hot shot, look at these three cold winter day.
mike: classic mid winter chill today, but later tomorrow it turns dangerously cold as an arctic blast moves in. when wind chill temperatures will be the lowest. >> we don't want people to get hurt. we'd rather just have you be a good witness and get all the information to us. shelley: tonight police have a warning for shoppers, the new stores. josh: right now there's a long list of veterans who need help battling addiction, but new help is coming to the farnham center. shelley: and how you can help a 7th grader from new hampshire get her artwork on the screens of millions of people around the world. josh: right now we are tracking a cold blast of winter air that is moving into new hampshire. the temperatures in the teens, we're seeing now are just the beginning of it all. good evening, i'm josh mcelveen. shelley: and i'm shelley walcott. let's head over to chief meteorologist mike haddad.
about 10 degrees below average today, but as we go into the weekend not only will temperatures be well blow where they've been this winter, but the wind chill in the dangerously cold category. readings teens and low 20's, about 10 degrees below average. but the wind not all that strong, so we don't have a major wind chill to contend with. and the winds are building in out of the southwest, that means it won't be all that frigid tonight. but notice the winds picking up as we advance on future cast through tomorrow, gusts over 30 miles per hour. right through saturday night and early on sunday, before they finally go much lighter later sunday night into early monday. that means a combination of frigid temperatures and gusty winds, that means a wind chill warning kicks in. saturday evening right through about mid morning on sunday. wind chills of 40 to 25 below. that means frostbite can occur in about 10 to 15 minutes at the
you have to take precautions if you're going to be outdoors during saturday afternoon into early sunday. the rest of the forecast through early next week, in a few minutes. shelley: thank you. tonight a warning from police to new hampshire retailers, be aware of the new ways criminals are targeting stores and customers. the hot items right now, legos and teeth whitening strips. but officials say that's not where it ends. andy hershberger live in goffstown with details. reporter: police say that one problem facing consumers and retailers are card skimmers like one that was found a while ago at this bank kiosk. today police held a seminar on how everyone can protect themselves from being victims. it's a multibillion dollar problem that can impact you and businesses big and small. it's called organized retail crime. >> it's essentially professional shoplifting and it's also crossing into identity theft
compromise on people's credit card information, phone scams. it all starting to interconnect now. reporter: organized retail crime cost businesses about $5 billion a year. at this retail crime prevention symposium in tilton, law enforcement and retailers from around the state discussed ways to cut down on everything from theft to credit card fraud. >> what we're trying to do is create awareness of it, where we're seeing it, and educate the public as well, and to be a little diligent. reporter: investigators cited the growth of credit card skimming devices like this one found last year in tilton. officials also say one weapon retailers can use against theft is friendly clerks. >> have your salespeople talk to customers as they come in. make eye contact, say hello. that makes people nervous, near not as likely to steal from a retail they're way. reporter: police say stores
and make sure surveillance systems are working. recently in manchester this store clerk fought with a robber, something police do not recommend. >> we don't want people to get hurt. we'd rather have you be a good witness and get all the information to us. reporter: police say it's important to keep an eye on your statements, and if you think you've been a victim immediately contact law enforcement. i'm andy hershberger, wmur news 9. shelley: a vir has found a man accused of trying to kidnap a teenager at the outlet mall not guilty of false imprisonment. the judge declared a mistrial for 25-year-old desmond mighty on the charge of criminal restraint. the jury was unable to reach a verdict on that charge. defense lawyers saying mighty didn't consent to being patted down by police when he was arrested. josh: new dedays about an incident that occurred outside a portsmouth bar last year. a jury has found gregory cummings not guilty of criminal
police a last april and after a fight broke out at the thirsty moose in portsmouth, bouncers kicked cummings out of the bar and he was accused of pulling out a gun. shelley: easter seals is announcing an endowment fund dedicated to help veterans battle addiction. the fun is in the name of renee and daniel plumber who have been heavily involved with the charity, veterans count. this comes as a special veterans wing of the farnham north center is about to open, there are more than 115,000 veterans in new hampshire and officials say many have trouble with substance abuse, but are put on long waiting lists for help. >> to be able to have our name on it is just for us to say thank you to everybody else, you know. it's overwhelming to have this, but if we can help families, then use me. use our name, you know, as long as we can help families it's great.
you can contact easter seals by phone or e-mail. the information is on our website. josh: good stuff. up next, uber will face two lawsuits. shelley: plus a 7th grader's design could be used by google. where the new hampshire student is heading to show off her doodle. mike: will we see any snow? the forecast is coming up. josh: looking for a dinner spot for valentine's day?
josh: great day to end the week on wall street, dow jones picking up more than 300 points, s&p 500 up 35. nasdaq up 70 points. uber will be paying millions to customers to settle two class action lawsuits. shelley: the lawsuits alleged uber misled customers about fees and safety procedures. the company told a federal judge it will pay $25 million users a total of $28.5 million for fees charged to, charged towards trips made between january of 2013 and 2016. the lawsuit says uber charged
does not do the fingerprint checks required for taxi drivers. josh: there's a new app to help kids get to school. the creator of the app compares it to the uber, but for kids. if kids need a ride, parents can set up a driver on demand or schedule trips in advance. the service promises background checks, plus parents can see the car's exact location and watch a live video feed from their cell phone. >> this will alert at the right time to the driver, to the teacher, and to the kid. on the map you can see all sorts of our drivers around you, you can look at their row file. -- profile. josh: the ride starts the first of march around greater boston. shelley: granite state businesses will have the chance to compete for cash prizes and marketing service this is month. the new hampshire startup challenge is open to any resident with a new business. businesses must have been in existence for at least, for less
and judges will choose one winner and attend dees will pick up a people's choice award. the grn prize winner will receive a cash prize and services valued at $55,000. the challenge kicks off february 24. applications are due march 18. josh: some new hampshire lawmakers are pushing for a cap on how much solar power can be sold to power companies. right now homeowners with solar panels can only sell limited amount of energy to utility companies, but the bill's sponsor says it would help the economy. >> it's not in the interest of jobs, particularly for the solar industry, which is an industry right now that is thriving and is growing and is employing a number of people in new hampshire. and it's really not in the interest of granite staters who are seeing and beginning to reap the benefits of effective clean energy development here in our state. josh: before it heads to the floor for a full vote, a house
recommendation on the proposal to raise the limit on solar power sales. still to come on news 9, jamie staton live at u.n.h. for hockey tonight. jamie: we're going all in on u.n.h. against vermont. when they played earlier this year it went to overtime. should be a great game. a live preview straight ahead. shelley: this weekend will be cold not just around here, but across the northern u.s. what record new york city is looking to break. josh: and looking to warm up?
josh: breaking news out of the bartlett, live pictures of a fire that is still returning right now at the kearsarge peg company, a wood mill that was still operational. the blaze has been burning for hours, bringing fire trues from around the area. point. because of the location, there are no road closures to report. a 7th grader from durham could soon have her art on the google home payment for hundreds of millions of people to see. but she he'd our votes to get there shelley: she's the state winner of the doodle for google contest, and the oyster river middle schooler is celebrating. she was among tens of thousands from across the country who
the theme of this year's contest is what makes me me. >> i want to be a fashion designer when i grow up, and my design was models, and i drew myself in the middle. shelley: hannah jong. online voting is open until february 22, and the top five finalists will visit google and receive a $5,000 scholarship. the first place design will be featured for the day, they'll get a $30,000 scholarship and their school will get a $50,000 google education grant for a technology program, so get in there and vote for her. josh: right now we're in hey deep freeze, but at least 19 other states are under wind chill warnings, watches or advisories. temperatures are expected to feel as low as 35 degrees below zero this weekend in boston.
out, experts say it can take as little as 10 minutes for frostbite to set in. the mayor of new york city is advising people to stay inside if possible. >> if you have to go outside, be careful. if you don't have to, the best thing to do is stay indoors. josh: new york could brick a 1-year-old record if the -- could break a 100-year-old record for cold. mike: if you have to be outdoors at all, the worst time will be tomorrow afternoon through sunday morning. apart from that still very cold, but dangerously cold levels during the stretch of tomorrow afternoon on. in dublin we have mostly overcast skies, the sun is down, temperatures are slowly coasting and lower 20's. but with the clouds moving in and a light southwesterly wind ahead of an arctic front, it will not be as bitterly cold
tomorrow night, though, it's a whole different story, as that arctic front will be well off to our east, and that frigid air will be blasting in with a gusty wind. here's that front setting up shop to our west, it builds in tomorrow morning, so a good part of the evening is dry statewide. a few flurries could develop in the great north woods and white mountains. and this front will be right on top of us during the precounty hours of tomorrow morning and that signals a big change heading our way for the weekend. temperature wise right now, it is cold, but we're not talking about anything unseasonable. the winds fairly light, not all that frigid. overnight tonight, last night many spots were zero or well, we'll be well above zero by morning. again, once we get past mid morning tomorrow, that's when it will feel like zero or below. then we get into that dangerous
occurring in 10 to 15 minutes, later tomorrow, into sunday morning. here it is, that cold pool of arctic air slowly oozing in our direction, by tomorrow late morning and afternoon those wind chills will be between 20 and 30 below, as the wind gust to between 20 and 30 or 35 miles per hour. again that arctic front timeline is during the predawn hours through about seven or eight in the morning. the best shot of snow showers and squalls will be in tupper valley, lakes region points north, but cab rule out one or two brief snow showers or isolated squalls even in southern new hampshire. by nine or ten in the morning all of that pushing off to the east, gusty winds begin to crank up out of the northwest and temperatures that start off in the single numbers and low to mid teens end up in the single numbers in southern new hampshire and around zero up north later in the day. plenty of sunshine on sunday, but deceiving sun at that. the highs tomorrow, those will be reached during the early part of the day as the winds crank
frostbite to occur in only 10 to 15 minutes, that's when the wind chill warning kicks into effect for saturday evening through early sunday, and notice the high temperatures on sunday, struggling to hit zero north and coast. beyond the weekend, we'll get to presidents day, which after a frigid start will feel fairly nice during the afternoon. winds will be light and temperatures into the 20's south and then snow start early tuesday morning, but believe it or not goes over to rain before the storm is done, then we stay mild wednesday before we cool off. shelley: tomorrow granite staters will be able to grab a fight on frozen water. the ice fest is taking place on lake winnipesaukee. some of the finest breweries in the state are participating. coordinators are advising attend dees to come prepared with warm clothing and grips for boots. josh: it's not too late to register for the red cap run, it will be held in portsmouth tomorrow to support local
this year's run is supporting jen mcgrail, a keene mother who is battling cancer that has spread oh other parts of her body. several races and walks will take place tomorrow morning starting at 9:15. jamie: hockey fans, welcome live to the whittemore center in durham. no celtics, no bruins tonight. weather we're all in on college hockey looking per forward to a big weekend in new hampshire as both dartmouth and u.n.h. play a pair of home games. wildcats are on their home ice, they'll take on vermont, gail one tonight at 7:00. then tomorrow night the series finale at 5:00. here's you this is huge. the teams in the hockey standings in fifth through eighth place get home ice in the first round of the playoffs. two out of three series u.n.h. and vermont are tied for sixth right now along with u. conn and northeastern. so these four points available this weekend
dartmouth gets ready to play union, the national champs from two years ago, that's tonight at 7:00. they get r.p.i. tomorrow night at 7:00. dartmouth sits in fourth place in the ecac standings. top four teams get first round byes, so they want to keep piling up the points so they can get that thirst round bye. both teams have six games to go in the regular season. really looking forward to this vermont-u.n.h. game. went to overtime when they played on january 2 in burlington. we'll talk with dicky mille tonight at 6:00. jamie staton, news 9 sports. josh: up next, still looking for a spot to celebrate valentine's day with your sweetheart? shelley: we'll let you know which restaurants are ranked the most romantic in the granite state. tom: arrests made in connection with an assault outside this rochester bar that turned deadly. plus a cruise turned into a nightmare for a local family
their reservations website is one of the most romantic places to eat in the country. if you'd like to take that special someone from for valentine's day weekend, the main dining area is already sold out for both saturday and sunday. but reservations are still open for the upstairs dining room. shelley: in this week's viewers choice we asked to you tell us which restaurants you think are hampshire. and the answers included the bedford village inn, the carriage house in rye, colby hill inn in henniker, fr aatello's grill, the italian farmhouse in plymouth and white mountain cider company in bartlett. josh: all good places.
deadly beating outside this rochester bar, the three people just arrested by police. shelley: he's accused of harassing a 17-year-old for months. what he did with her personal information that led police to make the arrest. tom: a vacation nightmare, a cruise ship caught in a major storm tilting side to side. a local family tells news 9 about their nine hours of terror. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 at 6:00. tom: off the top tonight at 6:00, cold and clear today, but moving in for this weekend, dangerously cold weather, the temperatures struggling to get into the double digits. i'm tom griffith. shelley: i'm shelley walcott. even if you bundle up when you head outside, it may not be enough to fight off the chill this weekend, let's send it over to mike haddad. mike: we got a taste of it early this morning with the coldest air so far this season this morning. tonight not as cold, but then the real cold air builds in
take a look at the morning lows from earlier today. 8 below in berlin and whitefield. well below zero in the upper valley and monadnock region. even concord down below zero for the first time since last march. and just a bit above that manchester towards the coast. four below in nashua. right now it's 21 in manchester. no major wind chill to contend with right now because those wind speeds are not that strong. but they really crank up tomorrow afternoon as temperatures start off seasonably chilly, but only get colder through the afternoon. so by later tomorrow into early on sunday, wind chills as low as 40 to 25 below zero. that means frostbite can occur in only 10 to 15 minutes during that time, again that's later tomorrow in through sunday morning. take precautions and layer up and cover all exposed flesh if you're going to be outdoors during that time. what about the rest of the weekend and next week, that's