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be near. be far. be joyful. be together. celebrate joy with dunkin's holiday-flavored coffees, espressos, and donuts. america runs on dunkin'. sean: now on "daybreak," an alleged murder for hire plot. what investigators say a woman in claremont tried to hire an undercover officer to do. a mother convicted of killing her own daughter is set to be sentenced today. marin. kevin: breeze picking up today bringing in even cooler air , today. and for the weekend, who will see some snowflakes, ahead. erin: we are kicking off our annual toy drive for toys for tots. just a couple of ideas that you could buy kids this season. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> no one covers new hampshire
erin: -- sean: a yeti in your spaghetti. we will talk about the toy drive in a moment. thanks for waking up with us. yesterday did not feel like the first day of december. kevin: i hope you had a chance to enjoy a couple of hours of that. the next four days are all cooler than the day before it. it starts today with temperatures slipping back into the 40's. state. the extra clouds with a few snow showers up north. could total an inch or two later tonight or early tomorrow in the north country. 40's for most, but with a breeze out of the northwest which will continue through tomorrow. all the details coming up. let's look at your friday morning ride in the granite state. we're joined live by 95.7 wzid's deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning, kevin. right now, 93 north and south
the skies are clear and roads are dry, which is a pleasant change. we are not seeing problems on interstate 89 from concord to the upper valley. the southbound side is delay free at the bow junction. you get through the bedford polls with ease on the everett turnpike. it looks good hanging into nashua and tyngsborough. this report is being brought to you by auto fair. i am deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: a claremont woman is accused of trying to hire someone to kill another person, but investigators say the person she tried to hire was an 20-year-old monique earle is charged with conspiracy to commit murder. wmur's ray brewer is live this morning at the attorney general's office in concord to explain the situation. ray: good morning. the attorney general's drug task force teamed up with local -- with claremont police after learning of the alleged plot on tuesday evening. according to prosecutors, 20-year-old monique earle was staying at a domestic violence
wanted someone she knew dead. the conversation was reported to a shelter manager, and police were contacted, who then set up a meeting between earle and an undercover officer. at the meeting, earle confirmed that she wanted the undercover officer to kidnap, drug, rape, and kill a woman she knew. according to court paperwork, earle showed the undercover officer where the woman lives and works, and offered to pay him $500 to carry out the crime. >> motivation was that she had taken her boyfriend away from her. she indicated that she was pregnant, and that she had a child as well. ray: earle was arrested wednesday, the day after investigators learned of the plot. she is charged with conspiracy to commit murder and criminal solicitation to commit murder. she is due back in court next week. reporting live at the attorney i general's office in concord,
sean: all right, ray, thanks. a nashua mother convicted of killing her own daughter is scheduled to be sentenced this morning. katlyn marin was convicted of second-degree murder back in august, in the 2014 beating death of three-year-old brielle gage. she faces a minimum of 35 years in prison, but prosecutors have previously said that they plan to ask for a much longer sentence than that. marin opted for a bench trial instead of having a jury, and did not take the stand in her own defense. a former student at sexually assaulting another student inside a girls' dorm at the boarding school. the alleged incident happened in october of last year. 19-year-old derek tillotson of bow is charged with three counts of felonious sexual assault involving a 16-year-old girl. the school says it learned of the incident that day, reported it immediately to authorities, and the male student left school the same day. another round of negotiations is set for today, hoping to avoid a
drivers. union drivers at first student's belmont location first authorized a strike nearly three weeks ago, but talks have continued as the sides try to work out a deal. if drivers do strike, it could affect thousands of students, prompting schools to make backup plans. but the union has agreed to give at least 48 hours notice to timberland and hampstead schools before any strike happens. christmas is just a few weeks away, and we need your help to make sure the tree. our spirit of giving toy drive is getting underway this morning. erin fehlau got out of the studio this morning. she is live at the toys "r" us in manchester, one of the places you can donate this weekend. and you have already got some activity out there. erin: we do. we have already had some donations this morning. this toys "r" us store in manchester does not even open until 8:00. if you are an early riser, if
toy, bring it down, because we are not going to turn you away. we want those toys. we have just received a big donation from fallon furniture and la-z-boy. i am joined by jenna. you brought in this truck load of toys. what do we have? jenna: we have everything. we went shopping last night and spent about $6,000 on toys. erin: $6,000 on toys? show us what they found. i see some legos and all kinds of toys. jenna: we have a lot of fun with it. everybody in the organization gets excited about being involved, because it brings things home to new hampshire. erin: shopping with $6,000 to get toys for needy kids here in new hampshire, it has to be wonderful. it puts you in the spirit. jenna: it is a lot of fun. erin: we understand you have even more money you are going to spend at toys "r" us. jenna: we will spend about another thousand dollars on toys.
the year or just take up a collection? jenna: we start collecting in the beginning of november, up to the last day of the toys for tots collections. erin: thank you so much. have a fun day of shopping. that is one of the many businesses we expect to see down here at the toys "r" us in manchester, in nashua, and at the crossings in newington. last year, we collected about 16,000 toys. we are hoping to have as many donations, maybe a few more, this season. erin fehlau, wmur news 9. sean: thank you. we will continue to check with you throughout the morning. still to come on news 9 "daybreak" -- spreading holiday cheer. the program that local police departments are teaming up to help. easter seals has launched a major building project in manchester, but now they need help raising a lot of money. and in the next half hour, the concerns that are now bubbling to the surface about changes to the wastewater treatment plant
kevin: a live look at the lakes region. partial sunshine as the sun rises this morning. temperatures this afternoon into the 40's. the breeze continues today out of the west at 10-20 mph. weekend. we will have all the details on who is going to see some snowflakes, coming up. sean: local police are joining forces to make the holiday a little brighter for local senior citizens. officers from manchester and nashua gathered at the caregiver's headquarters in bedford yesterday. the non-profit group helps the elderly and disabled stay in their homes as long as possible. yesterday, officers filled their cruisers, and helped deliver groceries and gifts. >> i love it.
food. they bought me a nice gift i was not expecting. officer: this is the best part of the job, is giving back. sean: the caregivers provide service all year long. to learn more, go to caregiversnh.org. work is now underway for a big renovation project for easter seals in manchester. there was the kickoff. the group is also trying to raise some money. the organization, which helps people of all ages with disabilities and special needs, is upgrading its 60,000 square foot facility on auburn street. 20,000 people. >> a renovation like this means that we will be able to serve more people. and we could use help in order to make the renovations a dream come true. sean: easter seals is hoping to raise $2.5 million to help make sure they can provide services for decades to come, and the goal is to have the renovations done by next summer.
find out who is taking over as the title sponsor for nascar's top circuit next year. and these are live pictures from the toys "r" us store in manchester, where they are getting ready for our spirit of giving toy drive, to benefit toys for tots. you can donate all weekend long, and help every child in new hampshire have a merry christmas. and as you are thinking about gifts this holiday season, local animals could use your help. the manchester animal shelter says they could really use donations of cat and dog food to stock their shelves. pantry is also available to any pet owner who is having trouble providing for their animals. speaking of animals, this week's adopt-a-pet is jato. the three-year-old pitbull-lab mix loves snuggling and going on walks. he would prefer a home without other dogs or children, but he loves cats. he is waiting for you at the new hampshire spca in stratham. for more info on jato and other adoptable pets, go to
sean: the death toll from wildfires raging across tennessee has now risen to at least 11. fires near the great smoky mountains have torched hundreds of homes and businesses, and there is now a hotline for people to report missing friends him or relatives. however, officials say they expect to finish searches in the and starting today, residents and business owners will be allowed back to the city of gatlinburg to see their properties, though main roads will not open to the general public until at least wednesday. there is great news for the north country. cell service will soon be getting a lot better. senator jeanne shaheen is holding a press conference today to announce expanded 4-g lte voice and data, calling it a boost for economic development,
the network will carry verizon services. state economic leaders say more needs to be done to bring young people to new hampshire. new hampshire has the lowest unemployment rate in the country, but that means many companies are struggling to find skilled workers and to expand operations. so during yesterday's annual meeting for the department of resources and economic development, officials stressed that one of the keys to improving the local economy is to keep the best and brightest here, and to attract new talent. well, race fans out there say , goodbye to the sprint cup. nascar says that monster energy will take over as the title sponsor of its top series next year. sprint has held that role for 13 years. it is not clear yet how much monster will pay for the naming rights, or how long the deal runs. our spirit of giving toy drive is getting underway today, and we need your help. erin fehlau is live this morning at the toys "r" us in
soon. good morning to you. erin: they are already starting to come in. we just had a whole truckload come in. we are hoping a lot of people will come out this weekend. of course, toys for tots was started by the marine corps. we are joined by sergeant jonathan herrera of the marines. talk to us about the effort going on this year. sergeant: we are aiming for 100,000 toys. southern new hampshire last year collected 80,000. we are trying to set the collected 17,000 toys, which was awesome. we are going to aim for a hundred thousand. erin: this is a centennial year. sergeant: this is the 100 year mark of the marine corps reserve and the 69th year of the toys for tots program, which the marine corps invented. erin: and it was all about spreading hope to kids that are in need, right? sergeant: 100%. that is all we are here for, is to make sure every child has a
these toys. but you are taking monetary donations, right? sergeant: any money gets put into the program and go straight to toys. erin: i have a donation from ray brewer, our reporter in the morning. he made a donation already. sergeant: we have the toys for tots set up right here. it is like a little piggy bank. i appreciate the $20. erin: thank you so much. we will beer nashua, and the crossings in newington. we will be collecting toys all weekend long, so hopefully you can come out and spread some holiday joy the season. sean: even though the store is not officially open, you can swing down there before work? erin: definitely, swing by and make a monetary donation this morning. or if you have toys you are planning to donate, just drop them off. sean: hopefully that will remain a busy place throughout the day.
weather looks good for that. we are not expecting much in the way of any adverse weather. away from the mountains -- i think we get up into the mountains, and there will be snow shower activity at times, and light snow later tonight, early tomorrow, that can total to a few inches of accumulation. the results up north, we welcome that this time of year. a blend of sunshine and clouds for the next few days. a beautiful sunrise setting up at the coast early this morning. the breeze making things cooler through the afternoon. we should only be in the 40's as opposed to the lofty 50's yesterday. light snow up north. cannot let out a few flurries overnight in central and southern areas, a reinforcing shot of cooler, dry air. fair skies for the weekend. highest likely in the 30's to lowest 40's. this is very typical. the northwestern half of the
up against the terrain. -- out of the west banks up against the terrain. that sets up the chance for occasional showers up north and occasional overcast out west, which will thin as we move into the afternoon. showers to our north and west. the unsettled weather will continue until this goes by, likely later tomorrow and sunday. occasional flurries in the north country for the time being. we cannot through whitefield, that it could be a couple of big showers. in northern areas, it will be cold enough for that likely to stay in the form of snow. 30's for most as you walk out the door. lower lying valleys or in the 20's as cooler air starts to rush in. the breeze today 10-20 mph, westerly direction, feeding in cooler air and occasional gusts. you see the step backward. it is not a huge blast of market
but by the tuesdays, very close to where we should be this time of year. we are about 10 degrees above that today, with that blend of sunshine and clouds. fair skies through the weekend. a chance of a few flurries. beyond that, it is relatively dry through monday and tuesday, with highs in the 30's to lower 40's. looking beyond that, could get a bit warmer as the next system tries to arrive wednesday or thursday. a lot of time between now and then to track that. is in play in december. sean: it is kind of divided. some people really want snow. others do not. kevin: it is incredibly divided. sean: yes, it is. let's check out our top stories. we start with ray brewer. ray: a clinical him and is behind bars after allegedly trying to hire someone to kill a woman she knew. that turned out to be an undercover police officer. according to prosecutors, she
because that woman had stolen her boyfriend. at the meeting, she confirmed she wanted the undercover officer to kidnap, rape, and kill the woman. earle is charged with conspiracy to commit murder and criminal solicitation to commit murder. sean: a nashua mother convicted of killing her own daughter is scheduled to be sentenced this morning. katlyn marin was convicted of second-degree murder back in august, in the 2014 beating death of three-year-old brielle gage. she faces a minimum of 35 years in prison. another round of negotiations is set for today, hoping to avoid a strike by local school bus union drivers at first student's belmont location first authorized a strike nearly three weeks ago, but talks have continued as the sides try to work out a deal. coming up on "daybreak," showing off niagara falls like never before. the waterfall has special new lighting this morning. energy costs go up and down.
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sean: welcome back. there is some brighter and modern lighting at niagara falls this morning. officials flipped the switch on new energy-efficient l.e.d. lights last night that will provide brighter and more vibrant color than visitors have ever seen in the past. the project cost $4 million. kevin: and fireworks to boot. this is the first lighting upgrade in more than 20 years. the falls were lit for the first time back in 1860, but it was not electricity used until 1879. sean this with high-rise buildings in the big cities. no doubt, you will see themes of colors for the holidays. coming up in the next half hour, there is a new motor sports museum in loudon, and the first call rolled in yesterday, bringing with it plenty of history. and we hope you will help us make the holidays brighter for local children. look who is they are. these are live pictures from the toys "r" us in manchester, one of three drop-off locations for our weekend toy drive.
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america runs on dunkin'. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 "daybreak." sean: top of the morning, everybody. it's friday, december 2. meredith. 37 degrees, a little chilly. kevin will talk about that in a moment. first, let's get to our top stories. a claremont woman is behind bars this morning after authorities say she tried to hire an undercover officer to kill another woman. the mother of a rochester teen who died from a drug overdose last year is expected to be sentenced today, after pleading guilty to charges in connection with her daughter's death. and today, we are kicking off our spirit of giving toy drive. you can drop off donations for toys for tots at toys "r" us
a live picture therefrom the toys "r" us in manchester, kevin: santa checking out some gifts. kevin:is he doing that thing they do where they hold -- sean: the many can you think he is involved? aaron is down there. --erin is down there. we will check. kevin: occasional rain and snow showers. we start in the 30's. looking pretty decent. sean: let's check on the roads this morning. you did not let me do it. i was doing the challenge. 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. deb: good morning, kevin and sean.
delays. a nice quiet ride on 293 and 101. 95 is currently up to speed in both directions from massachusetts to maine. this report is being brought to you by auto fair. from the wzid traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: a claremont woman is facing charges in connection with an alleged murder-for-hire plot. authorities say 20-year-old monique earle tried to hire an undercover officer to kill another woman. ray brewer joins us live in concord now with the latest on good morning, ray. ray: good morning, sean. the attorney general's drug task forces and claremont police joining forces for this investigation. they say the suspect, monique earle, tried to hire someone to a kill a woman she says ruined her life. 20-year-old monique earle faced a judge in claremont on thursday. she is accused of telling another woman, while living at a domestic abuse shelter, that she
shelter manager and police. >> law enforcement contacted the reporting party. the reporting party reiterated those concerns. and the reporting party agreed to cooperate with law enforcement in this investigation. ray: claremont police and the attorney general's drug task force say they set up a meeting between earle and an undercover officer, where earle confirmed that she wanted that person to kidnap, drug, rape, and kill a woman she knew. >> she expressed that her motivation was that the woman had taken her boyfriend away from her. she indicated that she was pregnant, and that she had a child as well. ray: to show how serious she was, court paperwork says earle showed the undercover officer where the woman lives and works, and offered to pay him $500 to carry out the murder. she now faces two class-a
her bail was set at $100,000 cash. she's due back in court on december 8. reporting live outside the attorney general's office in concord, ray brewer, wmur news 9. sean: well a man wanted for , attempted murder in pennsylvania has been captured in keene. 30-year-old jeremiah holmes was arrested wednesday night on winchester court. police say he tried to escape out a second floor window, but he is now charged as a fugitive from justice. holmes also had an active parole warrant here in new hampshire for criminal threatening. well a mother charged in , connection with the overdose death of her teenage daughter is expected to be sentenced today. jazzmyn rood pleaded guilty to covering up the fact that two people, including her former boyfriend, provided the fentanyl that killed 17-year-old eve tarmey last year. police say rood also thwarted
from a dealer in lawrence, massachusetts. now under a plea deal, the , government is recommending no more than 32 months behind bars. rood's former boyfriend, mark ross, was sentenced to 20 years in prison for his role in tarmey's death. we now know the name of the elderly woman killed in a freak accident in durham on wednesday. police say 86-year-old janet dunham of madbury was killed when her own car ran her over. they say she was either getting in or out of the car when it down the driveway before running her over. dunham was visiting friends in a knitting club at the time of the accident. more than a dozen people have filed a lawsuit over a multi-million dollar plan to make changes to a wastewater plant on peirce island in portsmouth. the complaint says the federal government should step in and force the relocation of the plant to pease international tradeport. they're arguing that the facility is outdated and too
and would pose more environmental concerns. but the city's attorney disagrees. >> there is no room for improvement, for expansion, improving the plan, or doing any of that. >> to simply say let's shut it down and put it someplace else is not realistic. it's not helpful, and it's really not practical. sean: the plant has until december of 2019 to become compliant with environmental law. the attorney for portsmouth says work and construction will be ongoing during this legal process. nashua's new safe stations program has already helped more than a dozen people struggling with addiction. since the program started two weeks ago, 17 people have gone in for help. the safe stations concept started in manchester. people can go to fire departments to get an evaluation from amr, and then be transported to a recovery program. >> i was actually surprised at how fast it started. you know we've seen all the
it's a little bit bigger city than ours. it's pretty stunning the , numbers. and when they started knocking on our doors, it was surprising to see how quick it's catching on. sean: officials say other fire departments across the country, including new york city's, are now looking into launching a safe stations program. the manchester fire department is showing off its new rig. an announcement was posted on the department's facebook page, saying, quote, "it's a girl -- 76,100 pounds, 46'8" long." the truck is scheduled to go into service on december 16. very creative. starting today, wmur is teaming up with the toys for tots program for our spirit of giving toy drive. erin fehlau is live at the toys "r" us in manchester this morning, which is one of three locations where our drive is being held. good morning, erin. a lot going on. erin: there is a lot going on.
that want to give toys that may not know, what is the best toy to give? pokemon cards, i know those are a hit with the kids. and any kind of jewelry kit. the girls love that. we are here with the toys "r" us store management. is your team ready to go? >> we are super ready. we live for this weekend. it kicked up with black friday and we are really excited that you are here. erin: there are people who maybe do not have young ones at home ym the best way to get for these kids. >> drones are really big. older kids left rounds. anything robotic. lots of robotic things out there. star wars is huge, with "rogue one" releasing in theaters. on the girls' side, dolls and shop gins. -- shopkins. all kinds of preschool toys, the need for zero through two is
toys for kids that are 10-13, and they are thinking about scooters and skateboards. >> bikes. we have lots of those kind of rolling devices. erin: i know that toys "r" us is a huge sponsor of toys for tots as well. a donation is going to be made from toys "r" us. >> we plan to do something on a store level as well, and the employees really want to. erin: we saw a story from one was very generous to one of our customers who was a little short. it was great. very humbling. erin: and made national news. >> it was very exciting. erin: it will be exciting to be here this weekend. thanks for hosting us. and we are going to be here at the location in manchester all weekend long. also the toys "r" us in nashua throughout the weekend, and the crossings in newington, collecting toys.
you might have, or a monetary donation. the marines are collecting all weekend long, and we hope you will come out and support this effort. sean: pokemon cards, a hot gift this year, right? we will check in with you later. coming up on "daybreak," good news for chocolate lovers. nestle says it has found a way to make chocolate with less sugar, while keeping the same taste. kevin: it was warm up there yesterday, but fee m sean: a gruesome discovery in massachusetts. an investigation is underway after police say a decapitated
cooldown that goes through the weekend. we will have the details, coming up. sean: an investigation is underway in lawrence, massachusetts after a decapitated body was found along the banks of the merrimack river. authorities believe the body belongs to a 16- or 17-year-old. it was found just before 3:00 yesterday afternoon, only a few hundred yards from the lawrence boys and girls club. authorities do suspect foul play. the father of a teen who has been missing since november 16 is now looking for answers. >> it's just sickening. it's just -- it's just scary to think that something like this could happen so close to home. i'm kind of in shock. sean: at this point, the district attorney is not making any connection to the missing teen until the identity of the body is confirmed by the medical examiner. a trial date has been set for a massachusetts mother accused of helping dispose of her two-year-old daughter's body after her boyfriend allegedly killed the toddler. rachelle bond's trial is scheduled to start on february
after the fact. the body of her daughter, bella, was found last year on deer island. the little girl was known as baby doe before she was finally identified. astronaut buzz aldrin is recovering this morning after being evacuated from the south pole. the 86-year-old was taken to a hospital in new zealand, where he is now listed in stable condition. aldrin was visiting antarctica when he fell ill yesterday morning. a tour company says he has fluid in his lungs, but is responding well to antibiotics. he stayed in the hospital overnight for observation, and his manager says he is good -- he is in good spirits. police in utah say a 15-year-old boy was apprehended by his own parents after he fired a shotgun inside his school. police say the teen walked into the school with a handgun and a shotgun and fired into the ceiling. his parents went to the school, looking for him, when they noticed the guns were missing from their home. students told police the boy's father tackled him, while his mom disarmed him.
let's talk about sports right now. rob gronkowski is scheduled to undergo back surgery in los angeles today. the patriots' all-pro tight end was injured again in sunday's game against the jets. the team says he was experiencing significant back and leg pain. they expect him to be done for the season, but will still wait to hear the results of his surgery before making anything final. gronk is expected to be out for at least eight weeks. we will stay tuned on that the one. boston bruins hosted the carolina hurricanes at td garden last night. the b's were down one-nothing with about 30 seconds to go in regulation when david backes scored the game-tying goal. now there was no scoring in , overtime, so the game went to a shootout. after three rounds, boston won it 2-1. next up, the bruins take on the sabres in buffalo tomorrow. nashua community college is hosting its very first battle of the badges basketball game tonight. nashua police will take on the
justice club. admission is $10, but you can get $2 off by bringing a canned food donation for the nashua soup kitchen. the game starts at 6:30. if you want to, check it out. after decades of planning the first display car rolled into the northeastern motorsport museum in loudon yesterday. geoff bodine drove the car to more than 50 victories in 1978. a lot of history there. the museum at the motor speedway will heavi f history of new england motor sports, and will feature dozens of cars and motorcycles. >> we got plenty of trophies here. we have comments, display cases. this museum is about cars -- the people who built them, who ran them, who drove them, who won races in them. it is a big day. we are just -- we are absolutely thrilled. sean: they are getting excited. the museum will open to the public next spring. waterville valley is giving you a chance to become a part of the
for its 10 new green peak trails. name suggestions, with stories behind them, can be submitted through february 10. the new names will be announced february 25. to learn more about the contest, head to the website waterville.com. get ready for this. nestle says it has found a way to make chocolate with less sugar, but the same great taste. the company says that by and it can reduce chocolate's sugar content by as much as 40% in that process. nestle is now applying for a patent, and plans to start rolling out products containing the new sugar in 2018. kevin: if that were the situation, you would eat more than one candy bar a year. sean: maybe two. i want to see how they hollow out these particles, one by one. it is a tedious process, right?
will tell you about that coming up. are we doing it now? why don't we do that. we will tell you about the best christmas tree farms. kevin: coming in at number five, all nature's elements at windy meadow, and fremont. rocks estate in bethlehem. evergreen ridge in new durham. glove hollow in plymouth. and number one -- no drum roll? sean: sorry. kevin: thank you. sean: a great time of year to take the family. kevin: absolutely. we start early this morning with fair skies crossing a good part of the state. some extra clouds the further north and west you go. with that, the breeze for everyone through the day today. a risk of showers up north through the afternoon, switching over to a little bit of light snow. i think the chance is there with
and southern areas. a reinforcing shot of cooler, drier air later this evening. all around us, the upper-level system continues to move to the east. as long as that is to our west, we continue with unsettled weather in far northwestern sections of the state. showers and just about any point. mixed activity along the white mountains depending on your elevation. far northern areas, that is likely in the form of wet snow. a couple of theer you will notice wind up atop mount washington near 60 mph. that means a pretty brisk stay for the rest of us, with highs in the 40's. not quite feeling like it through the afternoon. 40's for most out there today. but the step backward is going to continue. a blend of sunshine and clouds. there will be a chance of wet snow up north, and a few inches of accumulation. you saw on futurecast the chance of a passing flurry or snow
areas. lows in the 30's tonight. highs in the 30's to lower 40's. the wind noticeable through the afternoon. that will lightened considerably for the day on sunday, but will come with mostly sunny skies and temperatures continuing to cool off. it looks like 30's for most monday and tuesday. all that lies beyond that pattern is this system in the desert southwest. it has 2500 miles to go. i next wednesday, we may have to contend with some until then, we continue to cool off the next few days. partial sunshine expected. brisk conditions for the day tomorrow. a lighter wind up on sunday. could be a snow shower or flurry monday. that does not look like a big deal. tuesday, we go back to sunshine. the next system starts to approach with an increase in clouds wednesday. i think there could be rain or snow either wednesday or
a huge thank you to the third-graders of hills garrison elementary, who had me there to talk during their weather unit. he talked tornadoes, lightning, rainbows. they had excellent questions. at enormous thank you to the students who collect canned goods to donate to the new hampshire food drive we do next week. a huge thank you to them, those third-graders. sean: a great effort. it still to come, we will check
sean: we are kicking off our spirit of giving toy drive. erin fehlau is live at the was a resin manchester, hoping to see lots of people out there. erin: we have just seen a ton of troopers. new hampshire state police have just shown up with a convoy. you are making a special delivery. i am here with captain mark. captain: we are here with our
them in this initiative. we have brought seven boxes, signifying the seven troops of the state police. and the benevolence of the men and women of the new hampshire state police is so great. these troopers here are actually helping unload right now. and getting with their brothers with the marine corps reserves. and hopefully, this is just a small piece of what the new hampshire state wants to bring to the table. next week, we are going to have another initiative, in which we will signify an even greater delivery for the less than fortunate kids in this state. erin: we appreciate everything you have done. thank you so much, joining in on the toy drive. i hope other people will come out this weekend and support toys for tots. kevin: starting off early this morning with a lot of clouds up north. otherwise, fair skies for the
good morning, america. president-elect trump shakes things up on his victory lap. makes a main ajouncement to the crowd. >> we are going to appoint mad dog mattis as our secretary of defense. >> asil trump's campaign teams clash overnight going head-to-head in a nasty post-election showdown. >> do you think i ran a campaign where white supremacists had a platform. >> it did. >> kellyanne conway joins us live this morning. wicked weather. the south reeling from that tornado outbreak and devastating wildfires. now new storms moving in. the urgent warning about rains and flooding in in the deep freeze on the way for millions.