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erin: now on "daybreak," the democrats and republican candidates for governor face off in the news 9 studios. we have a complete wrap up of last night's debate plus what to expect to see tonight. >> we're continuing to track the latest developments on a suspicious death in danville. ex-husband says about her. erin: the affects of the drought are still being felt. the new issues. hayley: more showers to help the drought. we'll get more rain in the coming days. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." >> good morning, new hampshire.
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day with us. i'm erin fehlau. surgery good morning. i'm sean mcdonald. we're waking up to fog and drizzle. not a lot of rain. but a little bit. hayley: we'll take what we can get at this point. a few more showers today and maybe some dun pours as a cold front comes through and kicks out hermine there. you can see it is still spinning away to the south of long island. it is going to take a few more days before it gets on out right now. temperatures are in the 60's. you see the wet pavement. some of us waking up to light drizzle or showers. it is just a murky start. you can see some scattered showers still ongoing south of manchester at this hour. here are the temperatures. mainly in the 60's across the state. it is a mild and muggy start. we'll climb into the 70's. maybe even a few 80's up north and in western new hampshire.
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some sun as we look toward the weekend. first for a look at the morning drive here, we're joined live by deb davidson. deb: good morning. we have a road closure. that's true to an overnight crash. 93 north the stretch on exit 17 o 18. we have a crash on 93 south and andover, making it slow coming in from methuen. if you are commuting on to route 3 south, expect delays north of 495 down to trouble cove road. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. >> we begin with commitment 2016 coverage now.
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hampshire rye -- primary. sean: democratic and republican candidates kicked off the debate. ray: good morning, sean and erin. all of the republican candidates hold the political office. last night they tried to solidify the name recognition and where they stand on state issues. the republican candidates for governor agreed on a few key donald trump and not supporting a state minimum wage. >> should new hampshire have a minimum wage? >> no. >> no. >> no. ray: and the background checks to buy a gun. >> it opens up a whole world of confusion and privacy issues when it comes to who is classified as being mentally ill.
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adjudicated. they should be put on the list. we had here in the city that shot two police officers. if they would have been on the list, they wouldn't have been able to buy a gun. >> i believe that we have to be careful about what we do with mental health records. >> mental illness is not a crime. as such, individuals should not be forfeiting the constitutional rights because of the mental ray: handling the drug crisis sparked the debate. >> i'm surprised you wouldn't want to use all of the tools to make sure we end the crisis. >> we've used every tool here in the toolbox here in manchester. >> i don't think so. >> i think when you talk about what we are going to do -- >> what are you going to do? >> senator, i know you are much more respectful than that. >> as governor i say yes. i say also we need to
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proper vetting process. >> when i went up to the governor's council and you were there and i asked for a moratorium on refugees, you voted against it. that's perception and reality. >> the moratorium on refugees in 2011 had nothing to do with the 10,000 syrian ref fews that president obama was proporting to bring in. ray: lots of other topics were tackled. the republicans were divided on appealing or amending the state's new drivingly and if they think the should be longer. live in the studio, ray brewer. erin: thank you. no fireworks on the democratic side for the debate. former portsmouth mayor were steve marchand, colin van ostern, and mark conley did not go on the attack. all three candidates favor a more aggressive approach. marchand is the only candidate to legalize
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state services. >> i'm the progressive choice for governor. i'm the only one here that voted for bernie this spring. i'm the only one 100% against northern pass and the death penalty. i'm the only one with a plan for paid family leave. >> i've been endorsed by all lawmakers in the state of new hampshire and hillary clinton and bernie sanders' committees in the state. >> i've got experience in the private sector. that's the leadership i'll bring to erin: all three candidates are in favor of a rail project. sean: in the spin room after the debate, the candidates all discussed how they and their opponents performed last night. >> we talked about a lot of issues where we are making progress as a state medicaid expansion. we have to keep it that way. investing more. those are the things that will be decided based on who the next governor is. >> i think any one of us
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way than the republicans. things like minimum wage, paid family leave, passenger rail, and, you know, education, it is a much different viewpoint of what we need to grow our economy and our state. >> one thing we didn't touch on that much tonight. i'm prouder of the record of fiscal responsibility. one of my missions is for folks to start using the word and between the two sets of values. you can be the most have the most progressive values. i think i demonstrated that. sean: the debates continue tonight when the candidates for senate face off. on thursday it is the second congressional district and on friday it is the first congressional district candidates. erin: the news is tightening up. hillary clinton and donald trump are stepping up their attacks as they rally voters in key battleground states. clinton spoke with voters in florida while
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weeks until a potentially game-changing moment. the first presidential debate. both say they are preparing, but in different ways. >> maybe not in the traditional way. i had 11 debates with the primaries. i was very satisfied. >> i am certainly focused. donald trump announces he won every debate in the republican primary. seriously. erin: right now polls show hillary clinton ahead of many. if the national polls tighten, the state polls could tighten as well. getting down to the wire here. sean: he is. coming up. erin: still ahead, we're continuing to track a developing story out of danville. what we're learning about a suspicious death investigation. sean: and a community remembers a young life cut too short. how two towns are coming
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erin: ahead in the next half an hour, our coverage continues. why the candidates for governors say they deserv new hampshire college students are packing their backpacks and heading back to school.
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sean: a vehicle sped across the road and hit a large rock. jolivet was not wearing a seat belt and passed away at the scene. right now the cause of the crash remains under investigation. erin: crews were on the scene of a home in danville well into the night investigating a suspicious death that was discovered on monday. our crews saw investigators in suits collecting evidence and photographing the inside. the attorney general's office is not releasing ex-husband is. he says that he and joanne boucher built the house 20 years ago. they've been separated for years. it is unclear if she was living with anyone at the time of death. sean: a preschooler will be laid to death this morning. 4-year-old mackennah
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participating in the horse show at the lancaster fair. the caulder family was recently helping with a construction project at an injured firefighter's home. >> the family is amazing. if anybody is in need in the community whether they need a piece of equipment or whatever, the caulder family will step up. you know, it is reciprocal. we're all here for them in the time of the sean: the online obituary describes mckennah as a happy little girl that taught herself to ride a bicycle when she was two. right now it is 6:15. the last victim of the orlando nightclub shooting is out of the hospital. how the florida medical center will help those injured in the attack. erin: the new school year didn't last long.
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erin: the alleged killer of an 11-year-old boy has confessed to the crime. danny heinrich will not face charges related to his death. he admitted to abducting, sexually assaulting, and shooting this boy on octobers 22nd of 1989. heinrich lead police to the poi's remains last week. he faces the statutory maximum of 20 years on the child pornography child. sean: a last hospitalized patient from the pulse orlando nightclub shooting went home. the hospital says they treated 35 patients and completed 76 operation. last month the hospitals
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bill the survivors for any out-of-pocket expenses. in june a gunman opened fire killing 49 people. erin: a boom in caterpillars has them worried about the next harvest. the trees are critical to maple production. two county haves reported their outbreaks of the caterpillars in ten years. outbreaks can last two to sixrs sean: i.t.t. is shutting down all of its campuses in a move that came as a surprise to many students. it is part of the fallout from a financial aid decision from the department of education. the agency says it can't use federal aid and the college says it can't operate under that rule.
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defective switches which were linked to 274 deaths. gm admitted to knowing about the faulty part a decade before it recalled the vehicles. the terms of the two settlements are confidential. sean: we're waking up to rainfall and fog. erin: it is really thick. difficult for driving. that will improve as we go through the day. you can see here we have some thick especially in the monadnock region and at the seacoast. we are doing okay in the lakes region. everybody is overcast. it is gloomy to start out the day. right in the 60's for temperatures. at least it is mild. it is definitely muggy too. we still have some rain showers coming in. really these are actually the leftover bands of the remnants of hermine which is spinning off of the coast to the south of us. you can see the scattered showers in the southern part of the
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out of massachusetts here. anywhere from manchester down along the everett or along 93 is wet drive because of the showers and drizzle moving through. there it is. there's hermine just sitting there and spinning like a top. notice it is not moving at all to the west or to the east at all. and so it is just going to continue to pin wheel in. the clouds and occasional showers. we need a cold front. something to force it out into sea. that eventually will happen. it is all the way out in the great lakes. we've got a few more days of the same weather pattern that we had yesterday, which will continue today and likely even into part of the day tomorrow. here's the latest on the visibilities in the fog. down about a mile. virginia account in rochester at the moment. same thing in the upper valley. support mouth at five miles. especially at the seacoast. that's where we're thinking it could be the densest of fog.
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that goes until 10:00 a.m. for rockingham and stratford. temperatures in the 50's north of the notches. everywhere else in the 60's. even some upper 60's you see there in manchester and in nashua. along with the warm this morning is the soupy humidity. look at nashua. the dewpoint there 67. when you have dewpoints that high, it feels tropical like. if you don't like the humidity, just wait until tomorrow. it is going to be borderline oppressive. that we go and early next week we'll have a reprieve as the levels start to go down. here's how things go today. really at any time anywhere we have the risk of scattered showers and drizzle and the low clouds and the fog. in the afternoon we might see some sunshine trying to poke through the clouds. best chance of that would be in western and northern new hampshire. burr tomorrow we do it all over again. this is 6:30 tomorrow morning.
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through late thursday into friday. there might be a couple of thunderstormsover night tomorrow night. then finally we clear out on friday and get some sunshine back here. here's the forecast for today. dense fog, a little bit of drizzle this morning, in the 60's. we'll climb with cloudy skies into the mid 70's. maybe even close to 80 in the areas that get more sunshine up north and in wen portions of the state. tomorrow still cloudy and warmer into the mid 80's look at those temperatures. did you put away the a/c units yet? i think you are going to need them. we warm up to summer-time levels. erin: summer is not over yet. hayley: definitely not. erin: we start off with ray brewer. ray: last night gubernatorial candidates squared off. first up were the republicans who agreed
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on issues like the death penalty, common core, and mental health background checks to buy a gun. erin: 4-year-old mckenna caulder will be laid to rest. she died friday after she was thrown from a horse. crew were still at the scene of a suspicious death in danville overnight. the attorney general's office has been on the scene since monday. the victims has identified her as joanne boucher. sean: coming up this morning, sun lovers rejoice. a special lobster says
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erin: good morning, everyone. hayley: 60 degrees in colebrook. looks like the pavement
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drizzle in southern new hampshire at the hour. be careful of thick fog on your way into work. we'll have mostly cloudy skies with the chance of a few areas of drizzle and showers today. sean: all right. the summer version of the ground hog day there brought some good news for sun lovers out there. erin: passe pete is the maine lobster pulled out of the water to predict the forecast. scrolls. which ever one he chooses becomes the weather guide. this is the third year for him. there's a ways to catch up to punxsutawney phil. apparently he likes the looks of more summer. sean: do you think he feared he was going into a boiling pot of water? what the candidates for governor want you to know about them? erin: and a neighborhood argument goes too far.
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woman: the executive council voted along party lines, striking down more than $639,000 to planned parenthood locations. when republican politicians cut planned parenthood, it was devastating. birth control, cancer screenings -- they were all cut back. plunkett: it was colin van ostern who got that funding restored and helped expand medicaid, too. i'm colin van ostern. i was raised by a single mom, and we didn't always have health insurance.
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barbara moussette: kelly came through for me and my husband, and i am just forever grateful... with my husband in cancer treatment, we fell behind on our bills, and we needed our tax refund to catch up... ...but hackers had stolen it. we were the victims of identity theft. i was terrified - we faced losing our home. we reached out to kelly ayotte. she didn't know us at all, but she went to the irs and she fought for us. thanks to kelly,
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our home. kelly ayotte: i'm kelly ayotte
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." isn't top of the morning, everybody. wednesday, september 7th. a live look at the cloud cover. 66 degrees. we've got a little bit of fog out theregr we're going to look at what we'll see the sun again after the top stories. both the democratic and republican candidates for governor faced off in the granite state debates last night touching on topics, including the opioid crisis. a truck driver is recovering after crashing his tractor-trailer on route 118 in woodstock. and attorneys for owen labrie are comments after the girl he was convicted of sexually assaulting game forward on the "today" show last week.
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fires recently. a little bit of rain could help things. hayley: keeping things damp. i know the ground is so dry. we need the rainfall. this is a live look at the visibility across the state. there's some thick fog. you see the mile visibility. less than that. take it easy on your drive into work or school. mostly to the south of manchester. 60's. cooler than that up in the north country in the upper 50's. as we get through the day, it is going to be warm. into the mid to upper 70's. maybe even a few areas in the northern and western portions of the state getting into 80. for the rest of us, another another cloudy day with scattered showers and drizzle. the humidity is the other thing. kind of soupy. sean: people on facebook saying we don't mind the heat and
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morning. hayley: looks like wet roadways be careful. we're joined live by deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning, hayley and sean. we're going to start the check once again in lee. route 155a does remain closed at garrett road. that's due to an overnight crash that took down a utility pole. crews are hoping to get it cleaned up within the next hour or so. on 93 beginning to see volume. that's due to the road work. 293 south is getting busy. especially at exit six. 89 north is moving well from concord to the upper valley area. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: the candidates for governor faced off in a debate right here in the studio last night. erin: they went head to head on
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opioid crisis and infrastructure. ray brewer live in the studio with the highlights from the democratic debate. ray: democrats colin van ostern and mark conley vying for the seat. they can be make or break for candidates seeking higher office particularly when many people in the state don't know who you are. with three democratic candidates, this was a critical debate for impressions. former portsmouth mayor, steve marchand, called himself the progressive candidate in the race. >> i'm the only one here that voted for bernie this spring. i'm against northern pass and the death penalty. i'm the only one with a plan for paid family leave. ray: he positioned himself as the candidate for the democratic establishment, touting his endorsements.
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democratic senates in the state. >> my plan is to get the drug czar and emergency management head get them meeting every week. ray: marchand says he would legalize and tax marijuana to pay for services, including treatment. >> i'm the only candidate talking about the need for more money. if you want things that matter, you have to pay for them. ray: as for the state's aging population, integration. >> the only meaningful job and population growth will be 65 and older. we have the lowest birthrate in america. when i look at immigration, we need to welcome them into the state. ray: van ostern continues to make the commuter rail project the center piece of his campaign. >> i know a start-up cpo
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to help his company grow. ray: voter turnout could be low. while colin van ostern is the front runner, they are confident the race is still in play. in the studio, ray brewer. sean: thanks. the republican candidates for governor faced off last night. they agreed on a few key topics. like supporting donald trump for president and not supporting a state minimum wage. jeannie sununu, ted gastas, and frank edleblue faced off. >> the problem with it opens up a whole world of confusion and privacy issues. >> they've been adjudicated in the court of law. they should be put on the list. we had somebody here in
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list, they wouldn't have been able to buy a gun. >> they've endorsed every term by the nra. i believe that we have to be careful about what we do with mental health records. >> mental illness is not a crime. as such, individuals should not be forfeiting their constitutional rights because of that mental illness. erin: after the debate, the fight the drug crisis, including senator forester, mentioning members working in manchester. >> we can't afford ted gastas. clearly he doesn't know what's going on when he doesn't understand or know that the national guard is working now. right now to help support the drug crisis in manchester. >> when somebody wants to misrepresent the two national guard folks
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marshal law, they aren't running around in the streets fighting the problems that we have with the opioid epidemic. they are in the office of statisticians. >> we all acknowledge that you cannot arrest your way out of this problem. we have got to provide all three legs of the three-legging stool to solve the problem which includes education, it includes treatment, and it includes law enforcement. >> the concept of militarizing the border between new hampshire simply a terrible idea. this opioid crisis needs a lot of different solutions to it, frankly. it is not going to happen overnight. erin: our debates continue when the republican candidates for senate go head to head. tomorrow the second congressional district contenders will face off. on friday it is the g.o.p. first congressional district candidates. sean: new on "daybreak," a tractor-trailer driver is
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yesterday afternoon. the rub rubbish removal truck went off of the road. the driver was conscious and alert when emergency crews arrived. he was taken to the hospital with a leg injury. it took crews more than eight hours to clear the scene. erin: attorneys requester st. paul school graduate owen labrie are comments after the girl he allegedly sexually came forward last week. 17-year-old francesca prout spoke publicity. yesterday they released the statement saying quote it is important that the jury's verbatim is accurately reported. owen was not convicted of rape. the jury found him not guilty of aggregateed felonious sexual assault. he was convicted of contact that except for the age would have been
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sean: a 70-year-old man was driving when he went off of the road and went into a utility poll. a woman in the car was pronounced dead at the scene. her name is not yet being released. the driver was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. a fatal crash in colebrook is under investigation. police say 39-year-old samantha smith was driving monday when she crossed the center line and hit another vehicle. smith was pronounced dead at the scene. erin: a man charged in laconia is due in court today. juan p adua was arrested. police say he hit a bicyclist on sunday. he took off from the scene. he's scheduled to be arraigned today. coming up on "daybreak," a dispute takes an ugly turn in tennessee. what prompted a man to bulldoze his neighbor's home. sean: if you are looking for a
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for you. just one cup will keep you buzzing for 18 hours. hayley: on the satellite and radar, you can see hermine still sitting and spinning to the south. how long it sticks around here coming up. it is now 6:40.
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hayley: good morning. there's the foggy main street. 56 degrees. it looks dry up in the north country. that isn't the case. especially in southern new hampshire. we have the drizzle and light shower action moving through. dense fog this morning in spots. we're starting out in the 60's. we'll climb into the 70's later this afternoon with cloudy skies and more scattered showers in the the state. there might be some sun poking through. i'll talk about when the rest of us dry out in a few minutes here. erin: the obama administration is acknowledges it sent $1.7 billion to iran. they were made entirely in cash using a non-u.s. currency. an initial payment of $400 million was
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17th, the same day that iran agreed to release four american prisoners. they said the events were separate but they recently acknowledge that the cash was used as leverage until the amercans were allowed to leave. sean: hurricane newton weakened to a tropical storm. the storm hit the baha me nones la yesterday as a category one hurricane with wind speeds up to 90 miles an hour. there are no reports of any major dam and three others left missing when the shrimp boat capsized. dangerous rains for arizona and new mexico. erin: a man in tennessee is accused of bull bulldozing his name's home. it started when he said he shot at several people in camouflage suits. he was arrested for
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backhoe. >> this man over here decides to come over here at 2:00 in the morning with a dozer and starts pushing the house down. i mean i ain't never seen anybody push somebody's house down. i want answers. and i want him to pay for the damages of what we done. erin: the neighbor has been charged with trespassing and felony vandalism. se out after an unflattering view. look at the pants. he says his pants were wet from spilling cleaner. he was on the job and sent to stand outside of the bar he manages to set the sun dry his abouts. that's when the pitcher was taken. >> i was out here for 30 seconds and saw the google car coming down the street. i had a split second to decide whether or not i was going to turn and run or just stand there
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sean: why didn't he turn around? look the other way. he says the picture was taken two months ago. he's now just getting noticed for it. his face is blurred. but all of his co-workers immediately knew it was him. erin: in sports, the red sox played a late game at the san diego padres last night. in the fourth inning, jackie bradley jr. hit a two-run homer to give boston a 2-0 lead. to bat. he hit a solo homer. the sox went on to beat the padres 5-1. boston is now tied with toronto for first place in the al east. the patriots are gearing up for the first regular season game at arizona cardinals as tom brady begins his suspicious, the patriot wills take on a team that made it all the way to the nfc championship game last year. here's what the coach had to say about what the family is up
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film on the cardinals. it is an impressive team. i think they do a lot of things well. they are well coached. they have a good organization. they've done a great job of building the team. a lot of strengths and a lot of things left to deal with. erin: doesn't he say that every time? same speech. i think he has it written there in front of him. kick off set for 8:30. sean: excitement level for belichick? chance to meet an olympic gold medalist, rower tessa gobbo. he visited the chesterfield school, her hometown. she said she wanted to leave a message that would inspire the students. >> thinking about what your dreams are and doing your best to fulfill them. i feel like the bigger the dream, the better. if it doesn't work out, there's still going to end up with some cool stuff. sean: this is true. in honor, the visit
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at the school. sean: congratulations to her. erin: a cafe in australia is serving up a drink that will keep you buzzing for 18 hours. it consistence of espresso, two different cold brews, and milk. the drink is designed to be sipped slowly folks over three to four hours. a 16-ounce cup by the way is going to set kind of pricey. sean: i'm doing math. there's 24 hours in a day. that will go 18. do you get six hours of sleep? be careful. i'm just saying. i only get five. hayley: it might be hard to go to sleep after that. erin: i don't think you are ever going to sleep after that. [laughter] hayley: i know. you are switching in bed there trying to go to bed. this is dublin. you can see the thick fog there.
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probably some drizzle and some scattered showers. this is really our weather again today. we'll continue to be probably for the next couple of days. you can see there in sanbornton the same thing. lots of clouds, 64 degrees, and we're kind of just stuck with the pattern as what's left of hermine continues to stick around. now because of the thick fog you want to be careful driving into work. you can see about a mile visibility in rochester. it is better now in the upper valley. there ar here in between these readings where it is really thick fog. you'll want to take it easy. you'll slow your speeds if you hit the patches why it can be hitting a wall when you are driving and run into the fog. there's a dense fog advisory. that's been posted. it goes until 10:00 a.m. for the two counties here in south eastern new hampshire. just be careful with that. the temperatures are in the 60's. even some upper 60's. this is a mild start for september morning.
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nashua. the other thing you noticed? the humidity. all of the sudden it has gotten sticky again. you almost need to turn on the a/c just to take the edge off of the moisture. you can see the dewpoints in the 60's. that indicates that, yes, it is humid. here are some of the rain totals barely .1 after an inch. you can see manchester is down over 15 inches for the year. now compare that to how much we've received and we're down more than we've had through the year. that's kind of a scary stat, isn't it? we're getting at least a little bit of rainfall right now. scattered showers and this isn't amounting much. light drizzle and light scattered showers moving
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hour. it is all part of the remains of the tropical storm from he mine. you can see it just pin wheeling and bringing in the scattered showers. we need a cold front to come through and sweep it out. that will happen on friday. likely this cold front moves through. until then we're stuck in the murky pattern. temperatures in the 70's maybe a few 80's and you see berlin about 82. 81 in littleton. i'm expected the sun to peak out there. most other locations, including because of the clouds and the drizzle keeping temperatures cooler. we're going to warm up in a big way. tomorrow even more muggy. still cloudy. then we break out and get some sunshine on friday and some of us, yes, may touch 90 on friday. and then the weekend looks warm on saturday with sunshine, sunday some storms possible and there's your september weather next week.
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erin: okay. moving on, the grocery store chain, pigly wigly, is handing out golden tickets that lead people buy items at 1916 prices. 100 customers will get those tickets. they will pay just 29 for a dozen eggs, 28 cents for a pound of butter, and 27 cents for four pounds of s that. it is an affiliate of the wholesale grocers based in keene. a dozen eggs just set you back 29 cents. sean: largely considered the first self-service. the old guys would get it for you. 6:52, still to come a final check on your top
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erin: 6:56. updating the top stories. sean: the governor candidates
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candidates will get their chance to debate the issues. erin: they are investigating a deadly crash in atkinson. 64-year-oldfrancine jolivet was driving when she hit a large rock. she was pronounced dead at the scene. sean: a suspicious death in danville. they have not yet released the victim's name. her ex-husband identified her as joanne died. inches a man accused of a hit and run in laconia is due in court today. juan padua hit a bicyclist and fled the scene. he was arrested on charges including felony conduct after an accident. hayley: a foggy start. you can see there at hampton. we still even have some choppy seas out there. look at all of the big waves. be careful if you are going to be near the beach. not much of a beach day.
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coolside by the water. in the 70's. scattered showers possible really at any time today. the low clouds, the fog sticking around. a little bit warmer as you see tomorrow getting into the upper 80's. sean: all right. erin: going to be a hot one. coming up next, the new cast of "dancing with the stars" will be live in times square. the dancers include
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good morning, america. donald trump and hillary clinton on attack. >> the secret is he has no plan. >> putin looks at her and he laughs, okay. >> trading sharp jabs over her e-mail, his taxes and isis. a war of words even before the debate. >> tropical storm alert. newt heading for arizona on its way to making history as the southwest and the midwest brace for dangerous rain and flash floods. fox news fallout. former anchor gretchen carlson gets $20 million in a massive settlement after those bombshell sexual harassment allegations against ex-chief roger ailes. the secret recordings that could be behind the deal and why is another top star leaving


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