tv News 9 at Six ABC February 13, 2016 6:00pm-6:30pm EST
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.
announcer: no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 at 6:00. stephanie: u.s. marshal service confirms supreme court justice antonin scully has died. sources say the 79-year-old justice died in his sleep at his ranch in south texas. good evening, i' m stephanie woods. adam: i am adam sexton. i aixa diaz has the latest. reporter: the u.s. marshal service in washington has confirmed his death at a private residence in southwest texas. the chief justice of the supreme court, john roberts, issued a to report the death of his ordinary individual and jurist. robert says his passing is a loss to the court and country he loyally served. the conservative justice was appointed to the court by
this year would have marked 30 years he served on the bench. adam: right now, almost the entire state is under a wind chill warning. temperatures tonight will drop well below zero with the wind making it feel much colder than that. stephanie: wmur has live team coverage of the frigid temperatures tonight, and we begin with meteorologist hayley lapoint. hayley: the wind is making it feel bitterly cold on your skin when you step outside this evening. we have dropped into the single digits. this is the actual air temperature. four degrees in concord. zero in laconia. below zero in lebanon and plymouth. now let' s factor in the winds. there gusting upwards of 30 miles an hour in manchester in portsmouth. here is how it really feels. 20 below in lebanon. about 14 below in manchester. this is dangerous cold.
more like 20, 30, possibly 40 below wind chills. you can get frostbite on exposed skin in moments with wind chills like that. here is your evening planner. maybe you have plans to go out s day. cover up and bundle up. temperatures falling below zero across the state. with clear, it is going to get very cold, especially with the winds. i will have more on the weekend forecast and looking ahead to the workweek, coming up. adam: thank you. homeless shelters are preparing to take in more people tonight because of the cold temperatures. wmur' s mike cronin is live at new horizon' s in manchester with how they are handling the high extra demand. mike: new horizons is not turning anyone away tonight because of the dangers temperatures. they are focused on people -- keeping people warm and safe. there were 60 people here last night. that is not full capacity.
tonight. even if it is someone who has caused trouble in the past, the shelter has a room or they can be safe. several people have been dropping off donations. we spoke to one woman collecting blankets and clothing for manchester' s homeless. >> when it is this cold, i feel for these guys. i don' t want anyone to be outside. it is terrible. >> if anyone needs a roof, absolutely come here. if you have questions about your eligibility, give us a call. mike: shelter is staffed normally with two people. the program director says when you consider upwards of 80 people staying here tonight, they could use additional help. reporting live in manchester, mike cronin, wmur news 9. stephanie: mike looks cold out there. many people across the state are thankful or the cold temperatures. the bitter temperatures are helping several events today. including a hockey tournament in londonderry. that' s where wmur'
carosa. kristen: organizers are grateful for the cold weather. take a look behind me. last week, the rink was a puddle but now the ice conditions are perfect. the ice conditions are perfect in this outdoor rink in londonderry just in time for roy' s cup. the 9th annual event is being held for dan smith' s daughter, samantha. she passed away in 2004 from a boating accident. money from the event will benefit her foundation. >> we have 12 different teams with 12 different sponsors and we have three 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 this time tomorrow. kristen: people headed out on snowmobiles for a good cause. she organizes the pink ride in hollis each year, a fundraiser held to fight breast cancer. but up until last week, the event was in jeopardy because of
>> we had no snow on the ground, we had that first storm, and i have been praying for snow. kristen: thankfully they got what they wanted and ended up raising more than $25,000 for st. joseph hospital breast care center. >> it is for technology, software enhancements, early detection. it is saving lives. kristen: and in manchester, a road race took off this afternoon, making for a chilly run through the city. but it didn' t appear to be hard for this guy. >> i had a goal for the year. no matter what temperature it is i will only wear just a shirt , and shorts. adam: that was kristen carosa reporting. three families are temporarily in manchester. firefighters happened to be corner from this building on concord street when the flames
that made for a quick save and relative little damage. >> we only have to replace one half of the building. three families will be displaced. everybody else will be able to go back tonight. adam: the owner tells news 9 he will be paying for hotels for those displaced. one firefighter suffered a hand injury but he is back at work tonight. stephanie: a pair of breast cancer survivors are holding a pink carpet party at the bravo boutique in concord. five women battling breast cancer will get a chance to put on fancy gowns, have their make-up done, and professional photos taken. that is a nice thing they are organizing. a 10-year-old boy is battling a second round of leukemia. >> it is endless. all the little things people do mean so much. stephanie: how the community is coming together to find him a cure.
item: a 10-year-old boy is hoping a bone marrow drive held today will help save his life. stephanie: the event was held to help jack, who has down syndrome and is fighting his second battle with leukemia. he will need a bone marrow transplant in the future. jack is currently receiving care in boston at children' s hospital. his parents say they are touched by all of the support for their family. >> it' s endless, and all of the little things that people do means so much to us and it brings people together. and jack, through all of his different sicknesses and the things that have happened to him, he brings people together for events like this which are amazing. >> it' s just unbelievable, its unbelievable to know that there is a community like this and friends and family, the support, it'
t come make it to the drive today, head to our website for ways you can help. adam: you probably haven' t seen anything like these guys in any amusement hall. the best of the best pinball players in new hampshire gathered at the pinball wizard arcade in pelham today for the state championship. how do you think they do it? what makes them so good? the answer is lots of practice and game knowledge, not all tables are the same. >> you have to learn how to play games from the 60' s up to modern-day games. they all play differently and they all have different rule sets. adam: the winner of today' s competition is headed to las vegas to compete for the national championship. pinball is not a bad game to be playing if you are inside. hayley: doing anything indoors is the way to go this weekend because it is going to be so cold. overnight tonight, dangerously cold across the state. it is a short taste of the arctic because temperatures to warm up.
announcer: now, meteorologist hayley lapoint and your stormwatch 9 forecast. hayley: good evening. it was a beautiful day. we had lots of sunshine. a few passing clouds and maybe a flurry. it is so cold. the teens. good travel weather tonight. we have remained below freezing all day so you should not have forming. look at the temperatures we reached today. only 19 in concord. 21 in manchester. 23 in nashua. well below the average high for this time in february which is 34 degrees. now that the sun has gone down, temperatures are quickly falling and going down. four degrees in concord, six in manchester. below zero in plymouth and lebanon. this is not even factoring in the winds.
we have upped them in the last half-hour. concord has constant winds at 21 miles an hour. we have had gusts well above that. tonight when you have the wind blowing that cold arctic air, it have surrounding your body. colder. you cannot get warm. any bearskin, you can get frost within moments this cold. wind chills already close to 30 below. concord, 14 below. this is bone chilling cold air. this is 9:00 tonight. you see wind chills across the state getting below 20, even 30, possibly below 40 below up north. this is very cold stuff.
it gets better with single digits below for wind chills by sunday afternoon. even that is brutal. here are the things you need to know tonight. cover up and later up. put on has and gloves, anything you need, even a facemask if you have to spend extended time outside. cover your face because you can get frostbitten on exposed skin. limit exposure, especially for children and animals. not a night to keep the dog outside. take everybody inside. and stay warm. wind chill warning across the state tonight with the exception of the seacoast where there is an advisory. all of us will have wind chills 20 below overnight. clear skies with temperatures on the way down. that cold. they could be that much colder for this time in february. problem. overnight tonight, clearing skies. maybe a few clouds up north.
monday, we start out with sunshine. clouds come in late day. in southern areas, likely snow showers. snow overnight monday into tuesday. tuesday will be warm enough we will change over to rain. here is your valentine' s day planner. you want to plan anything with your sweetie tomorrow indoors. temperatures will be very cold, single digits by lunch time and for dinnertime. monday afternoon, snow showers. mixed showers on tuesday as temperatures go up to 40 and then cooler air at the end of the week. get ready for the roller coaster ride. i had to give a quick shout outs to my friends in freedom. i went up there earlier this week and gave a talk, and they gave me these nice items. thank you to my friends in freedom. adam: best part about the educational aspect of this broadcast, by three-year-old
wind shear factor. stephanie: two teams areare no strangers to the cold, boston and minnesota. jason: boston looking to go 2-2 on their current six-game road trip. the bees in minnesota with the wild. boston gets the gold. his 27th. he scored 12 in 12 games. in a second, jonas gets caught out of position. thomas makes him pay. and we are tied at 1-1. less than a minute later, in the net. the play was reviewed. it is a good goal, 13 on the year for him. bruins 2-1 after two. in the third, on the breakaway he will score. his 18th of the season.
the bruins win four-to, the 500 win for the coach. they will play tomorrow at unh 3:30. and dartmouth are both home again today. dartmouth will host rpi at 7:00 p.m. unh and vermont are playing in durham right now. unh fell behind 2-0. andrew scored a goal in the second, his 19th of the season. right now, they are trailing 2-1 in the second. only five games to go in the regular season. hockey east playoffs. today is a milestone for unh head coach dick umile, coaching 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
all adds up to a heck of a run with more still to come. >> it means i have coached a lot of great players. >> 26 years, did you think you would make it this far? >> i don' t know about that. i just focus on the game tomorrow. >> it has been great playing for him. freshman year, we were here for his 500. that is another milestone. 1000 is a long time. we are fighting for him to get that win. >> he throws his heart and soul into every game. hopefully we can get a win for him. jason: the championships were held today. jill led them to first-place finishes on fault and floor exercises. pinkerton finished second. she won beam, bars, and all-around individual
jason: high school hockey today, concord and nashua south. 2-1 concord in the second. 3-1. in the third, concord on the power play. alex scores from the far circle. tide win 6-1 and concord tied for first place. the 2016 olympic marathon trials were run in record heat in los angeles today. 66 degrees at the start, and it rose to 75 by the end. top three men and top three women qualify for the rio olympics. galen rupp won the men' s race in a time of 2 hours, 11 minutes, and 10 seconds. meb keflezighi was second. jared ward was third. for the women, amy cragg finished first in just over 2 hours and 28 minutes, followed
flanagan. keflezighi and flanagan will both be running in their fourth olympic games. he will be the oldest. he will turn we had seven new 41. hampshire runners competing in the marathon trials today. none of them qualified. here they are officially. congratulations to all the granite state runners in the late today -- in l.a. today. stephanie: faster than anyone at this table. adam: the photographer can motor. jason: i would have never finished. much faster than me. adam: thanks for watching news 9 at 6:00.
welcome to "world news tonight." breaking news. supreme court justice antonin scalia has died. the longest-serving justice on the nation's high court, a towering conservative figure known for his blistering dissents, his strict interpretation of the constitution. the court and the conservative movement suffering a huge loss. team coverage tonight. and good evening. thank you for joining us on this saturday. i'm tom llamas. and we do begin with that breaking news. supreme court justice antonin scalia has died. justice scalia was the longest-serving justice on the high court. appointed by president ronald reagan back in 1986.