in portsmouth, fox 25 news. >> donald trump stopped by the manchester police department today. he told police officers he has great respect for what they do and what firefighters do. he also spent time taking pictures with the officers. the new hampshire primary kick starts a very busy presidential election season. after voters head to the polls on february 9th the techs will shift to republican and democratic caucuses in nevada and south carolina on february 27.
there is a pretty good band of snow that really exists from newbury port to portsmouth, new hampshire to nashua, down route 3 and 93 into boston and then south to brockton and the south shore continues to get snow. there is a closer look at this band right in here if it stays in place could produce an inch of snow an hour. now when all is said and done by 7:00 a.m. tomorrow morning i expect eight to 12 inches for the south shore and the cape. the cape has had about two-thirds of that already at least. eight to 12 around cape anne. five to nine is what we expect in boston. north and west of 495, probably about three to six inches of snow would be the average amount. it does stay snowy with the overall snow accumulations until about midnight and then everything starts to lift farther to the north. when you wake up tomorrow morning, a few bands around cape anne. do you see that little bit of snow on the outer cape? there is going to be a second storm that forms. the track is a little too far south to do much, but it may clip the cape with additional snow later tomorrow night. there may b
hillary clinton wrapped up a full day of campaigning at portsmouth community college alongside al franken and maggie secretary clinton: you have the first in the nation primary for
nearly doubled the number of stops he was originally scheduled to make yesterday, ending the day in portsmouth making big promises at a rally. ll lure back jobs that have gone overseas. he also won repeated applause for his plans to build a wall says he' for. s speech sealed the deal. >> he is not a politician. he is not politically correct. i think he would be great for the economy and save us a lot of money. >> i do not think he has the experience. he might be a good negotiator. not a leader. erika: a new cnn/wmur poll shows a third of likely gop primary voters are still making up their minds. although trump is in the lead, marco rubio is taking second, jumping ahead of ted cruz. emily: massachusetts governor charlie baker is about to announce his endorsement in the race for president. newscenter 5' s janet wu confirms baker will back new jersey governor chris christie at a rally tomorrow. randy: if there is a dress code at a restaurant in california, one patron certainly wasn' t adhering to it. emily: the unique diner at an upscale eatery, in eyepoppers. erika? erika: easy ways to make your
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