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sean: now on "daybreak," we're live in seabrook where one person is dead after an early morning fire. erin: vendor ban. the item that is prompted officials to shut down someone who has been coming to the fair for years. josh: the cooler weekend weather is toast. no more 50's. a look at where today's temperatures are sean: bracing for matthew. a powerful hurricane is headed for jamaica. potentially deadly conditions expected. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: more on the breaking news in just a moment. thanks for joining us. i'm erin fehlau. sean: good morning. i'm sean mcdonald.
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morning. a lot of fog. josh: the fog is real thick. you drive a mile or two, there will be nothing. it is going to go back and forth through the morning hours. that burns off and we'll see a mixture of clouds and sunny breaks at times as well. there's manchester. it is 5137 we're in the 50 to 55 range pretty much everywhere around the granite state this morning as we start off with temperatures similar to where they've been for what seems like days all weekend long. look at the visibility. it visibility as well as the fog is thickening up there as well. the system off to the west could bring us a couple of scattered showers this morning. until then it is clouds, breaks of sun, and fog. warmer temperatures. mostly in the 60's. it is not out of the question that a spot or two hits 70 degrees. for a look at the morning drive here in the granite state, we're joined live by wzid's deb davidson. it is monday morning. how are we doing out there? deb: we're not doing too bad.
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things down from concord to the hooksett tolls and from manchester to the state line. we're seeing slower moving volume. things are looking okay along the seacoast. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: we start with that breaking news from the seacoast. one person is dead after an early morning fire in seabrook. erin: ray brewer live near the scene. ray: at this point in time the victim's identity is not being released. firefighters have cleared the scene here in seabrook. it was around quarter to 1:00 this morning when the seabrook fire chief says they responded to a fire at an apartment complex at 689 lafayette road in seabrook. when this i arrived, most of the people in the 12-unit apartment
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they discovered the deceased in a first floor apartment. it was in that apartment where the fire started that the chief said they had thick black smoke upon arrival. the damage was con confined to the one apartment. it took them a half an hour to put the fire out. no firefighters were injured. as far as how the fire started, that remains under investigation. the state fire marshal assisting in the investigation. as far as the tenants staying at hotels and motels in the area. the chief anticipated they should be allowed back in the building later today. live in seabrook, ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: all right. thank you. in dover, firefighters are starting to clear the scene of a three-alarm fire in an apartment building on new rochester road. now when crews arrived at about 2:00, they found heavy fire. officials say there are more than a dozen units in the building. the good news is there are no reports of any
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sean: investigators say a fire that destroyed a building at a former water park is suspicious. flames broke out late saturday night in the office building which had been closed and vacant since 2006. it took crews from three towns about two hours to get the fire under control. the building was destroyed and it partially collapsed. because the park has gotten overgrown, firefighters couldn't get their trucks to the building. news. >> the vegetation and the brush and trees were fairly wet. if it was still dry, like we had dry weather recently, we would have had a large spread of fire throughout the trees and brush. sean: the park sits on 13 acres of land and is for sale. they are fortunate that the flames didn't spread. now they are trying to figure out exactly how the fire start and if someone is responsible. erin: investigators now say a
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for a fire that heavily damaged a dorm saturday morning. students had set the grill up on a flat section of rooftop outside of the window of morton hall and weren't watching it when the fire sparked. the school is no providing temporary housing for about 70 students. plans are being made to repair the dorm. the landmark manslaughter trial of a former landlord in maine gets underway today. gregory nisbet faces six in connection with a deadly fire in portland. the fire was sparked by smoking materials on a back porch, but there were multiple code violations and a lawsuit alleged that one exit was blocked. it was the deadliest fire in maine in 40 years. sean: a manchester man is wanted after he fired at a car yesterday morning. warrants have been issued for 18-year-old jacob cahill on charges of attempted first-degree assault and reckless conduct.
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light at the intersection and fired a single shot at a passenger in the car behind him. no one was hurt. police say cahill took off in a red acura integra with 408-4128 license plate. erin: haiti and cuba are bracing for hurricane matthew as the extremely dangerous category 4 storm nations. more than three feet of rain could fall in isolated areas of haiti. evacuations are underway in some places with the storm expected to arrive tonight. wmur's reid binion is tracking matthew. reporter: this particular hurricane by virtue will have a severe impact on jamaica. reporter: the prime minister underscoring the seriousness of the threat. >> we are expecting
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agriculture. reporter: forecasting warning matthew will bring life-threatening flash floods. some are ignoring the threat to leave the coast. >> i feel like i'll stay here. i'm from here. i will die here. reporter: the massive storm churning and threatening haiti where the infrastructure is still fragile after the 2010 earthquake. cuba also bracing as the u.s. officials evacuate the naval base at guantanamo bay. the national weather service says it was too earl will to say matthew's affects on the united states. it is expected to be serious. some remain optimistic. >> it will be demonstrated at the end of the episode. sean: the engineer of the commuter train that smashed into a rail station says he was only
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crash. one person died and more than 100 others were hurt in thursday's crash. the statements made from the engineer come as investigators learn that a data recorder that should have noted the train's speed and breaking information was not working. crews have still not been able to recover a second data recorder from the debris. erin: a venator has been banned for good after selling racist items. the president of the fair will not name the was selling quote inappropriate cast iron figurine that is are against fair rules. the merchandise was first reported by someone attending the fair over the weekend. we are told that the vendor, who is from down south, had been coming to the deerfield fair for years and never sold before, but claims they are popular at other venues. sean: still to come this morning, honoring fallen heros. why police say this run
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erin: schwarzenegger stopped. why the movie star is apologizing to police and how he got out of a citation. sean: a 12-year-old girl from weare is getting some celebrity
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hurting new hampshire women. kelly ayotte: putting her personal interests ahead of your health care. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. josh: good morning. welcome back. foggy hampton beach. 51 degrees. temperatures in the 50 to 55 range everywhere around new hampshire. we'll finally break out of the 50's for the first time in several days. we have details in a few minutes. sean: dreary start. hundreds of people ran and walked through manchester yesterday to honor police officers
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erin: this was the tenth year in the 5k race for the fallen. we're just two weeks away from the tenth anniversary of the death of the police officer, michael briggs. >> this is a difficult time and difficult month for manchester pd and law enforcement as well. this is a perfect opportunity for us to remember those who have sacrificed and never forget the families. >> it means so much that this whole states would join together to remember the sacrifice of those, my husband and mike briggs and all of the other officers in new hampshire. erin: all proceeds will benefit the manchester police athletic league providing programs for children in the queen city. sean: despite some rain and fog, organizers say the first annual cruisen for canines car show in rye was a huge success yesterday. the show state park
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troopers association. that included demonstrations by the state police canine unit. all proceeds will help cover the police canine medical and memorial cost. they do wonderful work. it is nice they are honored. erin: it is. coming up, a raging fire burns through parts of the school bus. the number of buses destroyed. sean: do you know where the center of north america is. find out which tiny town
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sean: welcome back. investigators are trying to figure out what sparked a fire that destroyed nearly three dozen school buses and a barn at a bus depot in wisconsin. the flames broke out yesterday. drivers watched helplessly. the bus depot serves a total of eight school districts, providing
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are some scary moments during a massive hot air balloon festival in new mexico yesterday. not one but two balloons got caught up in powerlines. in one crash the balloon ended up draped over the lines. a passenger was taken to the hospital after suffering an electrical shock. scary stuff. yet another incident police say someone fired shots at a passing balloon. no one was hurt. erin: tim burton's office. "miss perrigrine's home for peculiar children" took the spot top. "deepwater horizon" was second and "the magnificent seven" fell to third. gas prices are up slightly. the national average is up two cents to $2.22. we're paying $2.15 here
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stunned by the charge they racked up at the pumps. that's because the credit card was billed $10,000 after they fill up their car. they discovered the problem the next day when their card was ejectedded pause they were over the limit. they've gotten things squared away. the owners of the gas station hung up on them. sean: wow. arnold out of trouble. munich police stopped him. schwarzenegger apologized and said he was having trouble walking. he posed for a picture with the officer. why not? according to a police statement, the terminator left while pushing his bike. it seems that the center of north america has moved -- i didn't know it could do that. a small tavern in a tiny town called robinson,
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it allowed the official trademark to expire. the debate over the center started 90 years ago when a mathematician stuck a pin in a cardboard map and figured out where it balanced on his finger. erin: okay. very scientific. sean: and a mathematician had to balance it. his fingers are much more balanced. erin: interesting. like we would evolve beyond that? you would think so. in tribute to that, we start the forecast. it is partly cloudy there right now. we'll zoom out, come right on back to new hampshire here where it is the same thing. partly cloudy out there right now with some thick fog in some locations. as temperatures right now are in the lower 50's at the moment, notice the wind direction coming out of the west like this. that means it is a drier
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of this weekend. that's the beginning of change that is are beginning to move into the granite state. we start off with some thick fog in some locations and other spots no fog at all. just keep in mind as you drive around this morning, you may run into some of it. all right. let's talk about the temperatures the last few days have been quite a departure. after such a warm, hot summer and beginning of the wall, things have cooled off quite a bit. especially this weekend where we didn't get out of the0' today as we'll mostly be in the 60's. it is partly cloudy out there. if you don't have any fog, it is possible that you may be able to see the sky a little bit this morning. before this system to our west, see the spinning, and that's the upper level low that's been around all this weekend. that moves over us today. that will thicken up the clouds and bring the chance of scattered showers this afternoon. there's a chance -- especially areas farther inland.
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we continue to follow that very closely. a major category 4 storm. there's been some weakening. it was a category 5 storm briefly friday night into saturday morning. winds of 155 miles per hour. down to about 130 right now. and it is headed for cuba, haiti, jamaica, and the bahamas. all of these islands. we'll be seeing it heading in their direction. there's a look at forecast track for the nati h eventually at the end of the week and into the early part of the weekend somewhere around. from this point on, that's where the confidence in the forecast goes way down. unsure of exactly where it will go. they continue to try to forecast. how do they do that? one of the ways is to fly the hurricane jets through it. that's the track and timing of the last flight that took place late last night into early this morning. they found winds of 124
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they continue to follow it closely. clouds and breaks of sun. we'll see some scattered showers popping up in areas of the southwestern half of the state. things start to clear out for tomorrow. highs today will be mostly in the 60's. it is possible in the merrimack valley you could hit 70 or 71 degrees. tomorrow we'll see cloudy and foggy start yet again. then the sun breaks out and temperatures start to go back up. wednesday, thursday, and friday, 60's ands sunshine, dry air. it will be so nice. sean: i feel like late summer. erin: we want to check the top stories. ray brewer has breaking news for us. ray: one person is dead following an early morning fire in seabrook. according to the fire chief, it broke out around quarter to one this morning. when they arrived, most of the tenants in the 12-unit building were out. however a search of the
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started. the chief said that person was deceased. at this point in time, they don't know how this fire started. erin: investigators say a small charcoal grill is to blame for a fire that heavily damaged a dorm saturday morning. the fire marshal says that students can set the grill up on a flat section of roof outside of a window. a vendor has been banned from the deerfield fair for good r people call racist items. the president said the vendor will some to deerfield for years. there had never been any problems. sean: coming up this morning, the famous lombard street is known for great views and sharp turns.
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erin: changes could be coming to what is known as the crookest street in the world. sean: they are going to straighten it out. i'm just kidding. thousands of people flock to lombard street to walk the famous street. traffic is sometimes backed up and visitors cause a lot of damage. they are considering charging a toll orre visit a restaurant. it is already closed on weekends during the summer to kind of keep traffic out of there. if you've been to san francisco, there's a reason why crowds show up. it is cool. erin: how did that come to be? sean: i don't know. crooked toll booth. erin: scary moments for a realty star. kim kardashian, and the amount of jewelry thieves stole at gun point. sean: plus papi honored the red sox and celebrated the star slugger before the final regular
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: good monday morning to you. this is portsmouth. you can't see. we are thick fog this morning. 52 degrees out there. looks like the fog is going to last at least for part of the morning. sean: i feel like it has gotten worse. josh will talk weather in a moment. first the top stories on monday. we are following breaking news out of seabrook. authorities are investigating a deadly fire that broke out overnight on lafayette road. a live report from the scene coming up. former stoddard firefighter is scheduled to make a court appearance today. david plant is expected
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state trooper is on the mend after being hit by a motorcycle while working a traffic detail during yesterday's patriots game. erin: visibility is really bad for drivers. josh: it is in some spots. some areas very low visibility. check out manchester and the camera. you can see thick fog that's lowered down quite low. elsewhere it is as much as unlimited visibility. it all depends on where you are and theal temperatures between 50 and 55 in most of new hampshire. notice the showers to the west. that brings chances of afternoon showers. temperatures today making it warmer. mostly in the 60's. it was chilly this weekend. erin: it was. quite a difference at the end of the week; right? josh: absolutely. beautiful end of the stretch. erin: it is.
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roads. once again you are dealing with the thick fog. a live look in hooksett. josh: if you are in any of the valleys, look for the fog to be the thickest. more details on your morning traffic. deb: good morning. the fog is slowing things down. as you are making your way from the tilton area and through concord, and through hooksett and through the tolls, it is very dense as you get through the mill yard as well be careful through that stretch. 95 is okay along the seacoast. once again it is foggy out there through there. 89 looks okay from concord to lebanon. do be aware of patches of dense fog. from the wzid traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: let's get back to the breaking news that we're following out of seabrook. authorities are investigating a deadly fire. erin: the blames broke out early this morning at an apartment
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the intersection of new zee land road. ray brewer live near the scene with the latest details. ray: you can see that apartment building behind me. from the outside it is difficult to tell there was a fire there. the fire chief there says it was around quarter to one this morning when they were called to 689 lafayette road for a reported fire. once they arrive, they found heavy, thick black smoke. it is a 12-unit building. the chief says of the residents were outside when they arrived. a search of the building revealed one person in that first floor apartment where the fire started. now no further information about the victims identify is being released at this time. the chief says it took about a half an hour to get the fire out. the damage was confined to the one apartment. the residents -- the other residents -- that is, staying at hotels and motels around the area.
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office is assisting. he anticipates the residents will be allowed back in the building later on today. reporting live in seabrook, ray brewer, wmur news 9. sean: all right. thanks. a former stoddard firefighter is expected to plead guilty. david plant is accused of starting two large brush fires in april. the fires burned more than 190 acres. according to court paperwork, plant admitted to stag bottle and the other using a flint lighter. erin: newmarket police are investigating a serious crash that left a teenager in critical condition. officers say that 18-year-old cameron russell was driving on route 108 saturday afternoon when his pickup truck went off of the road and hit a tree. firefighter hads to use the jaws of life to get russell out of the reckless. he was taken to mass general. it does not appear that drugs or alcohol were
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sean: a massachusetts state police trooper. the trooper was hit by a motorcycle where he was working a traffic detail after yesterday's patriots game. the trooper, whose name has not yet been released, was hit in the parking lot near gillette stadium. >> the impact and fall to the ground. we saw the guy slip around in the air. it was scary. they gave up their sunday. they are not watching the game. they are making sure we are getting there safe. someone's father and husband. we're coming home right now. sean: the driver will be okay. the motorcyclist that hit him is expected to face charges. police say he was fleaing troopers who were trying to stop him for doing the wrong way. erin: two new hampshire schools are helping fund efforts. they are getting nearly
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money will be used to research and evaluation ways to come back violence and sexual assault. sean: next month voters will talk about their plans to win over the all important independent voters. >> do you want hillary clinton supporters to vote for you? >> we in the state. we're bringing a message that people have been waiting for. a breath of fresh air. i'm a little bit more moderate on the social issues. at end of the day, i believe leadership matters. >> do you want trump voters to vote for you too. >> i'm running to be govern of all of the people of new hampshire. not governor of one party or the other party. that's inherit in the policies that i'm putting forward. sean: the general election will be held on tuesday, november th. erin: there's new trouble for
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apprentice contestants come forward accusing him of sexist. nikole killion in washington with the latest. reporter: this morning the trump campaign is denying the associated press report after they spoke with several former cast and crew members who claim donald trump demeaned female contestants on the show. it sites more than 20 people that he often uses sexist language rating females by the breast size and which ones he would like to have sex with. it comes as a fall o have avoided taxes for two decades after suffering the $916 million tax loss in 1995. >> the reality is, this is part of the tax code. the man is a genius. he knows how to operate the tax code for the benefit of the people he's serving. >> we talked about the rigged system out there. donald trump embodied that. the idea that he didn't have to pay taxes for 20 years or at least that's what "the new york times" is telling us. >> meantime overnight
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endorsement from basketball star, lebron james, who wrote that the choice is clear. in washington, nikole killion, wmur. sean: gary johnson says he and his runs are the most qualified to lead the nation. >> we're the most qualified. two former republican governor served two terms each in states that were heavily democrats. getting re-electedsp fact that people do appreciate good stewardship of tax dollars. erin: gary johnson is polling around 9%. he needs to be at 15% in order to take part in one of the last two presidential debates. sean: the social for the protection is working to raise money to create a new conservation area. the land it wants to protect is along route 155 in madbury, lee, and durham.
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supplied by the oyster river and keeping more than 200 acres. the total cost is more than $2 million. so far more than half of the money was raised. they still need $850 to close the deal. to learn how to help, visit the escape outside section. erin: actor patrick dempsey is showing his support for a 12-year-old girl from weare battling dempsey posed during an annual fundraiser in maine. they have become a nationwide effort to support abby van dyke. dempsey said the charity bike ride was all about her and he told her to stay strong. how about that. sean: that's very cool. a volunteer firefighter is celebrating a major accomplishment this. sean: he has tired legs. he rode from pittsburgh to key west, florida to
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recovery. jerry left new hampshire on september 3rd. he arrive on friday where his family was waiting for him. he had a goal of raising $10,000. he ended up raising more than $18,000. the fire department will host a welcome home party for jerry this wednesday. i can't imagine driving that in my car. it is on his bicycle. erin: that's great. coming up, a terrible situation for a well-known reality rubbing last night. kevin: we have weather that will be better for you if you don't like the chill we have this weekend. the warmer conditions to tell you about in the forecast. sean: all right. need a break from work? we'll tell you about a company that's paying its employees to go on a vacation. vacation. right now it is during vietnam i served on an aircraft carrier in the gulf of tonkin.
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annie kuster is working hard to get veterans off the streets with affordable housing. and she's helped connect vets with jobs so they can get back on track. that means a lot to me. and i want to say, "thank you, annie."
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josh: good morning. welcome back. 48 degrees and the thick fog is in many of the mountain and river valleys this morning. it will eventually burn off. we've got the chance for a couple of afternoon showers as well. in between, some breaks of sunshine and warmer temperatures. there's a look at the showers to the west that could move in a little
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locations. there's your high temperatures for today. we've got the rest of the week ahead, forecast coming right up. erin: kim kardashian got quite the scare. she was robbed at gun point in paris. sean: they held up the reality tv star in a private resident. they tied her up before taking off on bikes and jewelry. her husband, kanye west, was in new york performing. kardashian was in paris for fashion week. it is not clear if the children were at the private residents at the time of the robbery. erin: a 3-year-old boy is safe after getting lost in the wisconsin cornfield for 20 hours. authorities say the boy and his mom were in their garden saturday afternoon when the boy
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his mom spotted them walking in. knows it would be like finding a needle in a hay stack, the search part was found and the boy was found the following morning. he appeared to be shocked by the crowd, but he was otherwise okay. sean: let's talk sports. tom brady will be back with the team today after serving his four-game deflate gate suspicious. his turn is coming at a good time. yeer in the first quarter, the bills took the early lead. taylor passed to mccoy for a seven-yard touchdown. watch this. spike in the old tablet out of frustration. in the second, the bills were leading 13-0. perses was hit hard. buffalo recovered inside the ten-yard line. the bills ended up
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tom brady returns. erin: the regular sox played the final regular season game. boston was trying to cur the advantage. the game was scoreless in the fifth when de von hit a solo home run to give the blue jays the 1-0 lead. erin sanchez had a no hitter into the seventh inning when hanley ramirez crushed one over the poll in left field. it was ruled a home run, reviewed, and jays went on to win. the indians won on sunday. cleveland will have home field advantage. red sox and indians will play game one on thursday night. before yesterday's game, the red sox celebrated david ortiz, of course, as he prepares to retire from major league baseball. the ball club honored the slugger by hanging a flag over the green
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papi's dad to join them. next year the sox will retire the number 34 jersey. sean: the final sprint cup race was held yesterday. martin truex jr. lead 187 laps and dominated. they took the checkered flag. kyle pushes was second. larson, and chris boucher were eliminated from contention. erin: a company is offering some serious incentive to take a vacation. the software company announced a paid, paid vacation. that will reimburse for vacation costs, hotel, transportation, and meals. a study released in june says that in 2015, 55%
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table. here's a company that's saying, hey, take a vacation. here's some money to enjoy. sean: $2,000 can go a long way. josh: i'm going on vacation at the end of the week. i'm going to leave the bill on the boss' desk. sean: hopefully we'll start a trend here. josh: you don't see me after that, you'll know why. upper 40's and lower 50's. locations. here's how the airport readings are showing the fog in terms of visibility. it's been going down even more. it is down as low as it can get in places like manchester, nashua now, a water mile visibility. concord better than it was. three-mile visibility. if you are in the valleys in particular, that's where a lot of these areas of fog are showing up or at the seacoast. you are going to find the fog is bad in some locations and perhaps you drive a little bit
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the clouds above that fog are patchy. if you don't have fog where you are, there's a chance you can see the sky at the moment. the sun and clouds will go back and forth this morning in areas without the fog. the fog will table several more hours to burn off before it does. and then a system to our west will push on in. the system was over the great lakes this weekend. it is slowly heading in our direction. that will respread some clouds over us this afternoon and bring the chance of a couple of scattered showers inland locations, say west of i-93, for example, and a good barrier there to know where the best chances are. they are possible anywhere. now to hurricane matthew which we've been following so closely. we don't know exactly where it is going once it gets up closer to the united states. we've got a good, short term forecast for you here. the current can bees right now, top winds at 130 miles purr per hour.
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weekend. it will stay a strong storm as it rolls past all of the tropical islands. here are the red areas. that's where they have hurricane warnings in effect. only a couple of spots with the tropical storm warnings are in effect right now. here's the forecast track. through the end of the week, there's fairly high confidence as to where the storm is going. once it reaches this spot up near south eastern parts of the united states, we're just not sure, here's why. the computer models all pretty close together when ites these are all different tropical computer models and you can see the widespread. it could come over new england or be very far away. it is just too early to speculate. it doesn't get to the part of the country until friday or saturday. still quite a ways away. clouds and sunshine. the clouds thicken up with afternoon scattered showers that will be around as i mention particularly in the west part of the state or
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those scattered showers. early clouds and fog tomorrow clear away to reveal sunshine. then things just completely change on a dime and it turns beautiful for the rest of the week. high temperatures today will be mostly in the 60's. a spot or two with sunshine could reach 70 or 71 degrees in the merrimack valley. after that, it stays out. it is seriously beautiful wednesday, thursday, and friday. probably part o so we'll keep an eye on the holiday weekend coming up. saturday looking like the best day of the book. it all depends on hurricane matthew and where it goes. erin: okay. we'll stay tuned. red hook brewery hosted the third annual food truck festival. the rain did not stop people from turning out. several food trucks were on hand offers treats like grilled cheese, tacos, and delicious waffles. there was also a whoopie pie truck.
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yes, yes, and yes. attention game show lovers out there, have a chance to be on the family feud. auditions are being held in boston on october 15th and 16th. to learn more about how to try out for the show, head to the erin: amy coveno -- sean: she has a great experience. make you can make the show. erin: we'll see. still ahead, we're going to take a final check on your top stories, including there the state fire marshal's
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kelly: you know me. not from thousands of false, negative ads- but as your first female attorney general- appointed by republican and democratic governors. as your senator, i'm fighting for equal pay and against workplace discrimination, to expand access to birth control, strengthen and preserve medicare,
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erin: updating the top stories. sean: the state fire marshal is investigating a deadly fire that broke out overnight in seabrook. here's ray brewer.
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responded to the fire at 689 lafayette road. when they arrived, they found heavy black smoke in the first floor apartment. most of the tenants in the 12-unit apartment building were out. they discovered the deceased in the first floor apartment where the fire started. no one else was injured. at this point, the fire remains under investigation. sean: firefighters in dover are investigating a three alarm fire that broke out early this morning at an apartment building officials say there were more than a dozen units in the building. there are no reports of any injuries. erin: a suspicious fire in laconia is also under investigation. the fire broke out late saturday night at a water park that has been closed for ten years. officials say the flames destroyed one pilling that used to be the main office. josh: a look at foggy, downtown manchester.
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river valleys and mountains valleys very low visibility. clouds and breaks of sun and a few afternoon showers around. look at temperatures. they will be warming today and a beautiful week is ahead. erin: okay. coming up, the latest on the armed robbery in paris involving kim kardashian. sean: apparently she was tied up.
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