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hayley: now at 5:00, dangerously wind chills overnight tonight. some of us could dip to 30 or 40 below zero wind chills. how cold it will be over the rest of the weekend. stephanie: firefighters in manchester forced to think quickly after fire forced residents to evacuate from a large building. the actions made to get people out of the cold. adam: a shrinking stage. the remaining g.o.p. hopefuls squaring off for the first time since the new hampshire primary. the showdown just hours away down south and the latest on the democratic race. >> we prayed a lot to samantha and god because two weeks ago this was a puddle. stephanie: dozens hitting the ice in londonderry.
underway right now. announcer: no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 at 5:00. adam: it is a frigid holiday weekend across the granite state. it' s 14 degrees in the queen city now and 16 in portsmouth. good afternoon, i' m adam sexton. stephanie: and i' m stephanie woods. the cold temperatures with the gusty winds tonight can cause frostbite in only a few minutes. for a better look at these dangerous wind chills lets check in with meteorologist hayley lapoint. hayley: the temperatures for manchester and portsmouth not that cold when you consider we could easily be below zero in those places now. the wind is what is making it worse. up north, temperatures are already below zero. when you factor in these winds and gusts near 30 and 40 miles per hour, here is how it really feels on the skin. 12 below in portsmouth. feels more like nine below in concord in manchester.
s below the wind chill toward littleton and whitefield. here is what you can plan on tonight if you have plans to go dinner tonight. bundle up. temperatures easily going below 9:00 tonight. with the winds, you can take off 10, 20, maybe 30 degrees. that is how it will feel. i will talk about the rest of the weekend forecast and when we might get warmer air, i ahead. stephanie: thanks to the bitter cold temperatures, many planned events around the state were held without any problems this weekend. adam: and one of those events includes a special hockey tournament in londonderry which is going on right now. wmur' s kristen carosa is there with the details. are they happy about this arctic blast? kristen: people are grateful for the cold weather. organizers were worried this would not even happen.
now the conditions are perfect just in time for the event and the night annual event is being held for dan smith' s daughter, samantha, who passed away in 2004. money will benefit her foundation. a touching ceremony was held this afternoon before the event. 12 teams and dozens of people are hitting the ice for samantha, bundled up. he says he prayed for chilly weather so this event could happen. and thankfully, he got it. >> we have 12 different teams with 12 different sponsors and we have 3 different divisions, we have an over 50, we have a pink and purple which are samantha' s favorite colors, we will have three champions by the end of tomorrow. the roy family has been volunteers, we couldn' t do this without a herd of people. kristen: and i can tell you that herd of people are bundled up we will have much more from londonderry at 6:00.
carosa, wmur news 9. adam: thank you. on a different front cold was an - , issue for first responders in manchester who had to evacuate a large apartment building as they knocked down an apartment fire. what could have been a multi-alarm emergency was handled quickly due to crews being in the right place at the right time. dozens of neighbors in a manchester apartment building found themselves out in the cold saturday morning after a fire broke out. >> i was in the bathroom, actually, shaving all of the sudden i smelled smoke didn' t smell like a fire, i went out in the hallway and there was just smoke covered. adam: people in concord street saw the smoke. >> it was thick black smoke coming out, so i immediately ran over and started knocking on doors, making sure people could get out, you know? adam: firefighters were wrapping up from another emergency a block away. >> engine 11 was right around the corner clearing another call . they got here, smoke coming from
adam: the rapid response helped contain the damage to a single when the fire started. given the size of the building and the fact that dozens had to be evacuated, crews were calling this a good say. >> this is a very good outcome, especially on a day like today. adam: with temperatures in the like it' s and managed to find a >> we' with the building across the street because the tenants were stay warm and get out of the cold. adam: this was not the ideal day to have run outdoors wearing indoor clothing. the cause of the fire pinpointed as a space heater left on to close to flammable materials. one firefighter suffered a hand injury on the scene and was taken to the hospital. stephanie: new details now on a bartlett fire we' ve been following since it broke out last night. fire officials say the last remaining shoe peg mill in the world is a total loss. firefighters are still investigating and say it is
how it started due to heavy damage. the kearsarge peg mill stood for 121 years. another blaze broke out in bartlett. this blaze displaced three families. at this time we do not know the how the fire started. the red cross is helping families find a place to sleep tonight. all six remaining republican hopefuls facing off tonight for the first time since the new hampshire primary. meanwhile democratic candidates , are in an all out sprint for nevada and colorado two key abc' s lana zak has more from washington. reporter: from the rally stage -- to the debate stage. jeb bush and john kasich warming up for tonight' s g.o.p. face off by courting voters in south carolina. >> give me a chance to take this message to america.
reporter: the first showdown in the south will feature the six remaining candidates. some are expecting the town to shift. ted cruz: they get personal, ugly. donald trump: -- reporter: after his big win in new hampshire, donald trump has largely stayed positive. but not anymore, taking aim at ted cruz tweeting this. cruz punching back on the airwaves. >> from used his power for personal gain. imagine the damage he could do as president. reporter: for marco rubio, tonight is a chance to redeem himself after the last debate. hillary clinton and bernie sanders are facing off in the campaign trail in the next battleground state, nevada. bernie sanders: we surprised them in iowa. we surprised them in new hampshire.
reporter: sanders is working to capitalize on his momentum after trouncing clinton in new hampshire and clinton is rallying supporters for a comeback. hillary clinton: i know you are here because we have work to do. reporter: just one week to woo voters ahead of their next caucuses. stephanie: while tens of thousands of people are cheering the visiting pope francis in mexico his tough-love message to , church and state leaders today received tepid applause. a crowd of people 7-deep lined the route in mexico city to see the pope mobile drive by. the pontiff railed against corruption and chastised mexican politicians and clergy for failing to address the issues of drug trade, kidnapping, and human trafficking. after standing for 23 miles in his pope-mobile francis still has about 93 miles more to go before his trip ends wednesday. on pope francis did the took off his signature
he garnered a lot of smiles. it happened shortly before his plane left cuba. i like that. coming up in a few minutes we , have an exclusive live one on one interview with the director of the bernie sanders new hampshire campaign. adam: he' ll talk about sanders' big primary win and how the democratic hopeful surged from the single digits in the polls to the double digits. stephanie: later in sports, it' s milestone day for the unh hockey coach. jason king will tell us why. the big headline is how cold it will be tonight and tomorrow. we will have the full forecast ahead. adam: and then at 5:30, police say a 15-year-old bicyclist was
stephanie: we have breaking news right now. abc news is reporting supreme court justice antonin scalia has died. sources say the 79 euros justice died in his sleep -- 79-year-old justice died in his sleep after a deal of quail hunting. he was the longest serving justice on the supreme court and appointed by president ronald
adam: that news will likely play into the campaign in 2016. mirror. path to victory for donald trump and bernie sanders. we have mr. sanders' political director with us. all summer, the narrative was how they translate the crowds and enthusiasm into votes. how did you do it? >> we had a huge amount of volunteers that spread out across the state. we had a wonderful staff that worked extremely hard every day. we had over 100 step people. we' ve 18 offices around the state. we grew systematically throughout that time from june through february to put that ground organization together and make sure we were able to capture the enthusiasm of all the voters and gather this unprecedented landslide for a candidate in the democratic primary.
were you poll skeptics all along? a lot of people thought it could not be that big of elite. even the campaign saying we expect this to be close. did you have any suspicion or belief it was going to be 22 points? >> it is sort of a cliche but true that the only poll that counts is on election day. on primary day, we did win that big poll. we cannot allow ourselves to believe the polls because we had to work from behind. clinton' s organization in the state and a lot of people that worked on that campaign our friends of mine. they did a terrific job. we always knew we were up that was extremely skilled. adam: one of the characteristics of senator sanders that seems so appealing to people is he does not change. he does not move here and there with the political winds. we like to say in new hampshire that new hampshire makes candidates better president of
the changes them in some ways. did you see that? is he a better candidate for having competed here? >> for sure. iowa and new hampshire made him a better candidate. he honed our message. not only did we have a terrific message that spoke to people across the country, but we have a great messenger. people love bernie. there' s something likable about the guy and how consistent he has been through the years he has been in politics. you have got to love him. he is my guy. adam: do you think someone else same message? the message for suc -- the balance? does it have added weight? >> we will find out. all of the candidates in the democratic party are adopting our message because it has been so successful. in new hampshire, we are going to continue to build our organization and work to make
state level and congressional bernie' s message into the fall. adam: political director for bernie sanders and new hampshire and had a hand in one of the biggest wins on the democratic side. thanks. announcer:: now, meteorologist stormwatch 9 forecast. hayley: here is a look at what is happening across the state. we have a beautiful sunset, a cold sunset. we have clear blue skies. a few passing flurries, especially in the north country camera. it is already six below in littleton and whitefield. it is going to be a very cold night, especially with the winds factored in. that is why it will be feeling dangerously cold. look at the high temperatures today. the average high this time in february is about 34. we were well below that today.
definitely a winter feel, especially with the winds factored in. it did not even feel at 19 in concord because with the winds gusting upwards of 20 miles an hour, it felt much colder. here is the problem with the wind chill. when you step outside, you' re covered with a little bit of warmth around your body, but the wind takes away all of that. that is why the wind makes it feel so much colder on your skin. here is how it feels right now if you' re stepping out. nine below in concord in manchester. feels like 12 below in portsmouth. already in the 20' s below from plymouth to whitefield. cover up, bundle up as you head out tonight and certainly tomorrow morning that will be the case. looking at future wind chills. this is 9:00 tonight. we will easily be in the 20' s and 30' s below with the wind chill factored in. this is the dangerous type of
if you break down on the side of the road with no heat and are stuck for a few hours, it could be very dangerous. we want to give you a big warning about these cold temperatures. even by tomorrow afternoon, it will still feels subzero all day long. cover exposed skin, where layers, limit exposure especially for children. take the animals in tonight. check on elderly to make sure they have the heating they need. a wind chill warning has been issued for the entire state with the exception of the extreme coastline because we don' expect the wind chills to be quite as cold. digits below zero is what it will feel like with the winds factored in. overnight. plummet. a few passing clouds north early tomorrow.
we start out sunny on monday. in the afternoon, clouds invade. we will have snow showers monday evening. tuesday it is going to be warm enough that it will change the snow to rain. s day forecast for tomorrow. i had a little fun with this. for your lovely but cold breakfast at 8:00, seven below. by 2:00, about five degrees. for your romantic dinner, about three degrees tomorrow. needless to say, you want to cuddle up this weekend. 40 on tuesday. we bump back up with a chance for the messy mix on tuesday. stephanie: overnight tomorrow night into monday, negative seven degrees. that is the actual temperature? hayley: yes. the wind chill is easily double digits below zero. the coldest air all season.
pull out your tissues, here' s a story that will tug at your heart. a couple fell in love during world war ii but a misunderstanding pulled them apart. adam: reporter ivan watson has this lost love story 70 years later. reporter: norwood thomas never stopped thinking about joyce morris. the pair first met in 1944. she, a 17-year-old british girl living in london. he, a 21-year-old paratrooper for the u.s. forces. young love blossomed. >> we snogged as you call it when it was dark and nobody could see us. reporter: but their brief romance was interrupted when thomas was deployed to normandy to fight in world war ii. after the war, he returned to the u.s. and invited morris to join him. but she misunderstood his letter and thought he was already married, so she refused his invitation and they went their separate ways. they married other people. thomas eventually became a
last year, one of her sons found thomas online and they reconnected on skype after more than 70 years. >> i have your picture framed on my bureau, and i say good and say i' -- back to you. you broke my heart. >> i don' t believe that for a moment. >> what would you do if i could give you a squeeze? >> that would be lovely. reporter: a crowd-funding campaign raised enough money to make that actually happen. this week, thomas made the journey from virginia to adelaide. >> well, you' re still vertical. hello. reporter: a couple that first met just before d-day reuniting seven decades later, just in time for valentine' s day.
announcer: now, jason king and news 9 sports. jason: the bruins were on the ice this afternoon, looking to go 2-2 on their current six-game road trip. the bees in minnesota to take on the wild. first period, minnesota power play but boston with the puck. david krajci feeds brad marchand for the shorthanded goal. 12 goals in 12 games for marchand. gets caught out of position. thomas vanek makes him pay for it. we are tied at 1-1. but less than a minute later, krejci throws the puck off a sliding defender. the play was reviewed. it was a good goal. 2-1 bruins after two. in the third now, erickson on the breakaway. he' s going to score his 18th of the season and 200 of his season. the bruins win 4-2. they are on the road tomorrow at detroit.
s a milestone for unh head coach dick umile, coaching his 1,000th game with the wildcats. in 25 seasons as head coach at his alma mater, umile has racked up 570 wins, along with 328 losses, and 101 ties. throw all that in with the hockey east championships and trips to the ncaa tournament, it all adds up to a heck of a run, with certainly more to come. players. >> 27 years ago, did you think you would make it this far? >> i focus on the game tomorrow. >> he' s had a long history. it has been great plane for him. freshman year, we were here for his 500th. 1000 is a long time. it would be great to get that win. into it. the least we can do is get a win for him.
hayley: at 5:30, gusty wind and the coldest air of the season upon us making it feel incredibly cold. when milder air starts to move back in. adam: extremely cold temperatures and drifting snow causing problems across the east coast. the life-threatening wind chill affecting over 100 million people, including granite staters. stephanie: the latest on a hit-and-run accident in massachusetts. how the vehicle ties to new hampshire and why officials believe the accident may have not in a mistake. adam: everyday people doing extraordinary things. the award just announced. announcer: no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 at 5:30.
abc news is reporting supreme court justice antonin scalia has died. you' re looking at a live picture of the supreme court right now. adam: sources say the 79-year-old died in his sleep after a day of hunting near his texas ranch. he was the longest-serving justice on the supreme court and was appointed by president ronald reagan in 1986. >> stay indoors to the extent possible. stephanie: a frigid valentines weekend. new york' s mayor is at going the sentiment heard across the east coast today. stay inside. tonight in new hampshire, the extreme cold could be deadly. good afternoon. i' m stephanie woods. adam: i am adam sexton. granite staters are being advised to bundle up. temperatures are expected to reach double digits below zero. for more on the extreme cold, let' s check in with meteorologist hayley lapoint. hayley: the wind is howling. we have wind gusts approaching
with the wind and arctic cold, it takes all the warmth away from your skin and makes it feel freezing. take a look at what is happening across the state now. 28 miles per hour the latest wind gusts out of the northwest at the airport in manchester. 35 miles per hour the latest at the seacoast. that is resulting in these wind chills. this is how it feels when you step out now. 20 below in laconia. it feels like 22 below in plymouth. 24 below in whitefield. here' s what you can expect tomorrow. single digit highs across much of the state. we may come close to breaking record high low temperatures tomorrow. but at least we will have sunshine for valentine' s day. i will have more on the forecast in a few minutes. stephanie: thanks so much pretty the polar air is affecting millions of americans this weekend. we have more on the efforts to keep people safe from the record
reporter: in buffalo, new york, we have been seeing lake effect snow thanks to the fact that lake erie is not frozen over yet. it is only 9% frozen. we had the mild start the winter. that was a quick change as the cold arctic air mass made its way in today. today, we have been feeling temperatures 30 below zero with a win show. the arctic is continuing to push farther in. through the evening tonight, boston and new york city tomorrow will be waking up with feels like temperatures of 30 below. your eyes start to water. your face starts to burn. exposed to the elements, you will feel the threat of frostbite. it exposed longer, you could lose cognitive abilities. this is a threat to over 100
this is expected to last for a short time. one piece of good news is by the start of the workweek, things will quickly rebound. stephanie: the red cross is offering safety tips for granite staters in during the brutal weather. wear layers of lightweight clothing to stay warm. please bring your pets indoors. you can find these tips and much more on wmur.com. adam: right now, the search is on for a hit and run driver in lowell, massachusetts. a 15-year-old riding his bike was rushed to the hospital after he was hit. the vehicle involved has new hampshire plates. juli mcdonald from our sister station wcvb has more on this developing story. reporter: police are still looking for the driver witnesses say intentionally hit 18 on a bike friday afternoon. investigators are more confident the hit and run with neither an accident nor random. >> some of the witnesses said
or discussion between the occupants of the truck and this young man. reporter: witnesses say the truck drove on the wrong side of the road after him sending him flying off his bike. >> the white pickup truck fled. reporter: police searched the area and found part of the bike had been dragged almost a mile away. on the other into the street, the abandoned truck parked behind a landscaping business. investigators have an idea who was driving and who else was in the car, but it may not be to whom the truck with new hampshire plates is registered. the 15-year-old continues to recover in the hospital in stable condition but with serious injuries. he was initially flown to beth israel in boston and transfer to children' s hospital. stephanie: we are following a developing situation in pennsylvania. more than 50 cars were involved in a big pileup shortly before noon. police say three people are dead. numerous injuries have been reported. at least 40 people were taken to
this crash happened on a highway in bethel township which is about 7500 miles away from philly. adam: here is a celebratory update to a story we brought you last spring. remember the generous students in bethlehem? they donated the money they raised for their class trip to their principal after she was diagnosed with cancer. those teens are among those being honored by the american red cross with a national award as every day people performing heroic acts. cannot be recognized enough for that wonderful gesture. stephanie: if you are looking for a valentine' s day date idea, we have got you covered. adam: we will tell you about an annual event that will have you thrilled to wake up and smell the orchids. stephanie: and local seniors we' ll tell you who received the sweet deliveries, ahead. hayley: a good day and night to snuggle up and bring the pets
stephanie: welcome to "escape outside." dozens hit the slopes this morning. the annual winterfest event was held today. attendees played ice hockey, winter mini golf, and even did a bit of cross-county skiing. a delicious favorite also returned. the annual chili contest warmed dozens at the family-filled event.
hampshire orchid society is celebrating its 25th annual show. it' s a perfect valentine' s remain in bloom for three months. rose bouquet. tomorrow is the last day, so be sure to wake up and smell the orchids. the town of newport is hosting its 100th annual winter carnival. the event is one of the oldest of its kind in the country and runs through tomorrow. peta has ended its protest of the winter carnival. the group was upset over an event billed as a greased pig on but what peta didn' that there' s no pig involved at it' s just a man on ice skates, wearing a pig costume. you can find even more outdoors news on the "escape outside" section of our website wmur.com. here is hayley lapoint with your . hayley: it will be a cold s day. maybe make plans indoors to cuddle up.
all day long tomorrow, it will feel well below zero when the winds are factored in. at least it will be bright and sunny. by 4:00 in the afternoon, temperatures will reach seven degrees from a high. in the next few minutes, i will show you the seven-day forecast and what you can expect as we move forward through the rest of the weekend. stephanie: a warning to all husbands, valentine' s day is less than seven hours away. you still have time to get something for that special someone. stephanie: we will take you inside a chocolate factory in new hampshire.
announcer: now, meteorologist hayley lapoint and your stormwatch 9 forecast. hayley: here is a live look where we had beautiful sunshine. now a few passing clouds. otherwise, clear skies tonight. that is the case in clermont as we look at downtown. it is going to be a cold night ahead of us. temperatures have been ticking down. we are already down to six in concord, nine in manchester and nashua. same in portsmouth. well below zero in whitefield and berlin, plymouth as well. the air temperature is below zero.
they are sustained upwards of 15 miles per hour. you are not going to feel any better when you step outside with those cold temperatures because the winds take the cold air and throw it at you. with the wind factored in with the cold temperatures, here is how it really feels. 20 below in plymouth, 24 below in whitefield. about nine below in concord and manchester. this is dangerous cold tonight. it is a good idea to cover up any exposed skin. with wind chills 30 and 40 in only about 15 minutes. even if you are standing outside pumping gas, it could start to numb your fingers. wear hats and gloves, limit your exposure. not the best night to be outside sledding. not a good night for animals to be out either. there is a wind chill warning posted for nearly the entire
right at the seacoast where there is an advisory. that is because we will have wind chills between 30 to 40 below overnight tonight. through. time today. the clouds are disintegrating over us. clear and winds continuing to blow through, it is going to be a cold night ahead of us. watch what happens on futurecast. remaining clouds will dwindle overnight. maybe a few remaining clouds up north tomorrow morning. tomorrow morning. keep that in mind for any morning activities, even if you are just going out to go to church services. the wind chills at that time will still be in the 20 to 30 below range. all day tomorrow, we will have sunshine. passing clouds of north. it will be dry.
it will be milder. temperatures will crack 20 degrees across the state. sunshine early on. clouds fill in. snow showers will start in the southern part of the state around the evening commute time. overnight, snow will fill in. i would be expecting there could be some plowable snow, especially by tuesday morning before milder air comes in tuesday and changes the snow to a little bit of rain. still a little uncertain as to when the changeover will happen, but it is a good bet by tuesday morning' s commute it will be messy. tonight, bitterly cold. snuggle up if you can. actual air temperatures will be from seven below to 17 below. here are your temperatures tomorrow. 11 in exeter. chester, 10. eight in peterborough. loudon.
that is all we will get to in littleton and lancaster tomorrow. it will not feel like that because of the wind. there are the snow showers late monday. tuesday, we warm-up so much we have rain possibly. and then a few more snow showers late next week. look at that, seven to 40. hello, new hampshire? i guess that is where we live. adam: there is no moisture in the air. i don' t mind. hayley: i have to put on next are moisturizer. stephanie: ladies, tomorrow maybe not the mini red dress. it will be too cold. hayley: put on some tights with it. stephanie: here' s a story just in time for valentine' s day. choco-holics beware, there is a chocolate maker in peterborough who is upping the cocoa game. adam: vicuna chocolate factory is paving the way as a bean-to-bar chocolate destination, and the products are pure deliciousness. >> we are at the chocolate
we specialize in bean to bar chocolate meaning we are making chocolate from scratch from ethically sourced cocoa beans. come into the factory. all of our chocolate is produced in small batches from the bean. we are doing every stage on-site. >> i really love chocolate because i think it is a way of connecting people, sharing joy. but also connecting people to the source when you are working with single-origin craft chocolate of this nature. my passion for chocolate sparked after culinary school. i was offered a job making chocolate in peru. i learned the whole process from the harvest of the fruit through the chocolate making process
i grew up in peterborough. when i was looking at venues to open my first business, initially i was looking in the boston area. when i came home for a visit, i found this place. it felt perfect. what can i get you? people are loving it. it is a new flavor of chocolate for a lot of people because it is real chocolate. hi, karen. we are only open for visitors on weekends. we have a cafe where we serve sipping chocolate featuring our chocolate coffee and tea brewed from the husks of the cocoa beans. but really, the focus is the bars. this is our product we make and produce on site. 70% dark chocolate bars made from only organic, heirloom,
we produce five varieties of that same dark chocolate. this one has a little bit of salt from the secret valley of peru. this has our house roasted cocoa nibs, the cocoa bean added back into the chocolate. this has a medium heat for any ruity chile. it is not your typical chocolate bar that you would sit down and eat. it is strong and dark. it has got a lot of character. it really is an educational center. it is also a community space where we hope to share not just the highest quality chocolate but also history and an appreciation of where chocolate is coming from. connecting people to their food
>> this is an actual dried cocoa pod. inside, you have the cocoa beans. these are the cocoa beans after they have been roasted. we get these cocoa beans in here. you can see they are being coarsely ground. they are coming down here. we are catching any pieces of husks that are not getting blown away. we let it keep grinding overnight. we will let it grind all day, and then we will add the sugar. >> this is the chocolate tempering machine. it allows the cocoa butter to crystallize in the right pattern.
glass at higher temperatures, we are basically doing the same thing. we are making sure all the cocoa butter and sugar crystals can get along and make a nice, shiny candy bar. this one we are doing is the cocoa nib. these are the same beans. this will be lightly sprinkled onto the back of the bar. >> there is a special way you should eat our chocolate. it is to savor it in small bites with friends and family. we love to pair our chocolate with wine. when i see people bite into the bars for the first time, i saw all the different facial expressions. it is sort of like rediscovering chocolate for the first time. adam: how can we go on without eating chocolate now? i have no idea. curious about what our "chronicle" staff is up to? share some facebook love and like their page. you can also see
their instagram. coming up, we have news about a special valentine' s day delivery that will melt your heart. stephanie: we' ll tell you who these local seniors are baking for in just a few minutes. adam: ahead at 6:00 -- dangerously cold temperatures tonight. how homeless shelters are preparing to meet increased the manned. stephanie: we are following breaking news about the death of supreme there are many sides to basketball star an fashion icon russell westbrook. and with coverage in the middle of anywhere from u.s. cellular, he can find some new ones. like, farmer. russell's brussels. russell speaking. paleontologist. hashtag t-rex. park ranger. where am i? and t.v. spokesperson. that's my line. i got it. with u.s. cellular, you can do all the things you like, from the middle of anywhere.
adam: get a lick out of this. tomorrow o' neil cinemas will , host a "smooch a pooch" fundraiser. the event is an effort to raise money for the cocheco valley humane society in dover. stephanie: movie-goers at the brickyard square cinema in epping who donate $1 will receive a smooch from one these two adorable kissing booth dogs. let belichick or terra be your special valentine. the event will be held tomorrow from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. seniors in windham are giving a sweet salute to the men and women who keep them safe. adam: windham terrace assisted living community residents and staff delivered homemade heart-shaped cookies, granola, and handmade cards to windham firefighters yesterday afternoon. the retirement home says its residents wanted to pay respect to their local heroes for valentine' s day. stephanie: seniors also baked the heart-shaped goodies to raise awareness about american heart month.
hayley: now at 6:00, tonight will be the coldest we' ve been all season long. and with the wind, it will feel between 30 to 40 degrees below zero. how long this arctic air sticks around. adam: those temperatures becoming dangerously cold tonight. right now, homeless shelters are opening their doors to anyone who needs a warm place to sleep. >> the cold helped out, otherwise it wouldn' t be like this. stephanie: the return of the cold weather is making several winter events and fundraisers possible today. adam: tonight, nine people are displaced from their home after a fire burned a multi-family -- fire breaks out in a manchester building.