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for the latest tracking of this storm hitting to our south, thank goodness, we check in with mike haddad. mike we've been talking about this thing all week long. and right now it is blowing up off to our south, intensifying snowfall rates, one to as much as three inches per hour. take a look at the leading end, marked by high clouds, providing the milky appearance to the sky cover in southern new hampshire late this afternoon. the snow shield beginning to stretch towards new york city, but no snow just yet in the big apple. however, it is as toking in places that you normally don't expect to see it, in portions of mississippi, alabama, georgia, south carolina and north carolina. while the blockbuster snow right now is over west virginia towards the nation's capital. take a look at the projected snowfall totals by early sunday morning, two feet plus in some cases getting up near three feet. some of the mountains of west virginia and western virginia. around here we just barely get brushed in southern new hampshire later tomorrow.
weekend in a few minutes. tom: the winter storm is slowing down travelers, here's a live look at the flight board of the airport's website, several flights delayed or canceled. stephanie woods live now with how travelers are scrambling to get to their destinations. reporter: well, although we're spared from all that snow slamming the mid atlantic here in new england, we're not spared from the travel woes, a lot of people feeling the headaches here at manchester airport. so far moving forward tonight there are six flight that have been canceled, and now five flights going out are shut down. two flights are running late. each delayed at least an hour. all the flights to and from baltimore, washington d.c. and charlotte have been canceled, with many out of newark and philadelphia also affected. naomi of york, maine is flying to chicago to visit her son and was relieved to fine her flight is on time.
keeping a close eye on it, pretty used to it in new england to watch the storm, and especially flying to chicago this time of year, we had our finger on that all the way, so i felt confident that we were going to be okay, but i wasn't sure about rerouted other flights and how that would impact us. reporter: some other flights to and from chicago have actually been delayed or canceled. so it just goes to show thaw even if you are not flying to or connecting with mid atlantic or flights to mid atlantic states, you still need to check with your airlines before heading out to the airport. stephanie woods, wmur news 9. jennifer: a nashua woman accused of killing her 3-year-old daughter was in court today. her attorneys filing numerous motions to get statements and evidence suppressed. the 26-year-old mother claims this was an accident. and that she was emotional when she talked to officers. heather hamel has the story. reporter: her lawyers tried to
custody from the moment police came into her house until she completed a recorded interview hours later. but police and prosecutors say she was always free to leave and her statements should not be thrown out. >> her daughter was dying dead on the bathroom floor. so would it be a fair assumption to say that she might be upset? reporter: attorneys for kaitlin march -- marin say she was in disexpress and while she did talk to police before he was read her rights, she never realized that she wasn't required to or was free to go. >> that's why when you get to the station you don't tell her, you don't have the talk to me. >> no. >> and that's why you don't make any efforts to provide to her a phone to contact her attorney when she gets to the station. >> at any point in time she wanted to use the phone -- >> that's not my question. you didn't make any officer -- >> no. reporter: the sergeant says on
2014, kaitlin marin voluntarily climbed into her cruiser and began to talk. she says the conversation continued at the police department. marin maintaining that it was an accident, saying brielle had had a seizure and fell down the stairs twice. marin's attorneys want to suppress those statements, along with evidence seized saying there wasn't problem al cause for the search warrants. but the medical examiner had concerns about the injuries. >> he opined that these were not consistent with falling down the stairs, and we also had the information that the defendant was suspected of physically abusing another child within that same home. reporter: that charge was dropped late last year. as for this incident, marin is facing alternative counts of second degree murder or manslaughter. the defense also filed motions to limit or dismiss other witness statements, for the most part the judge granted those requests but left the door open to revisit and marin's trial is set to begin this summer.
presidential candidate hillary clinton is in concord right now, you're taking a live look at the pro-choice new hampshire dinner where clinton will soon speak. josh mcelveen has more from clinton, including if she thinks her past is hurting her future. reporter: she may be looking up at sanders in the polls in new hampshire, but that's not impacting her ability to draw a crowd here. after her event in rochester she made her way to our studios where she talked about the issues of trust. >> hillary is tested, she is tough, and she doesn't need any on the job training. so join me in welcoming our next president of the united states, hillary clinton. reporter: after a rousing introduction from her friend, senator shaheen, hillary clinton told the packed house in rochester that this election will determine the next step of the nation. >> are we going to try to build on the progress we've made under president obama or are we going to rip it up and start all over again? reporter: during the event
ranging from climate change continue creasing taxes on the wealthy. she was also asked about the threat of nuclear terror, to which she answered again for a taping of closeup airing on sunday. >> the deal does put a lid on the iranian nuclear weapons program. but as i have said repeatedly, you can't just sign an agreement and go home. we have to enforce it every single provision of it. i would intend as president to impose consequences on the iranians if we discover that there are problems. josh: right now polls show clinton trailing bernie sanders badly in new hampshire, and the down to trust. do you fear that the scandals that the clinton name has endured, whether you're involved with them or not, might be hurting you still? >> well, i don't think so. but of course that's up to every individual voter. i went through some really hard times personally in the late
i've written about it in my autobiography, living history. but i am very proud of my husband, the marriage we have, the daughter we raised, the granddaughter who is the light of our life. josh: you can watch the full interview with former secretary of state hillary clinton as well as carly fiorina on closeup sunday at 10:00 a.m. josh mcelveen, wmur news 9. jennifer: meantime, clinton's main opponent, senator bernie sanders, is at the third of four stops right now. but at concord high school he made no mention of poll numbers or other candidates. he engaged students in talking about the ways activism has changed history from equal rights to pro-choice rights and then asked them to look at how they can change the course of history now. >> as american citizens understanding that people have fought and died to preserve
not only to protect american democracy, it is to invigorate american democracy. jennifer: sanders is wrapping up a town hall at bedford high school and then heads to hudson for another one tonight. tom: new jersey governor chris christie canceled his campaign events in new hampshire tonight and tomorrow. and is headed back home. first lady mary pat will continue to campaign in his place. governor christie tweeted i'm sorry, new hampshire, but i've got to go, we've got snow coming. christie made stops in sandwich and littleton this morning. jennifer: several other candidates are campaigning in the granite state today as well. senator rand paul stopped in boston. jeb bush, senator marco rubio, governor john kasich, rick santorum and jim gilmore are also busy on the trail. democrat martin o'malley campaigned in portsmouth and in tilton. tom: here's the other big story this weekend, patriots are on their way right now to colorado to take on the denver broncos in
weekend. the team left gillette this afternoon, wmur's jamie staton tells us how the pats are preparing for the big game. >> they had a long day, certainly an early wakeup as the players were due to arrive at practice this morning at 6:00 a.m. bell belichick had a 7:00 a.m. press conference, ask and they got the busses rolling early this afternoon, they wasted no time after practice in getting changed, packed up and on their way to denver. they are ready for sunday's afc championship game. >> when the zone is anniversary you look back, that's pretty cool. but right now you don't think about those things, you more think about trying to get to the next one and right now we've got the toughest team on the schedule that we've played thus far with the denver broncos. jamie: more from the patriots players at 6:00. jason king also on the way to tomorrow.
portsmouth has a new interim police chief, we ask him about his plans as head of the department next. jennifer: and the ice castles are returning to lincoln. we'll tell you when you can head out and see them. mike: temperatures
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jennifer: police just identified the nagger who was struck and killed on the job in fits william this morning. tom: such a sad story. 63-year-old edward weeks was directing traffic around an eversource crew working on route 12 near the troy town line when he was hit, and later died at the scene. investigators say the driver was a 20-year-old from rhode island. that crash remains under
jennifer: he retired as manchester's police chief at the mara is wrapping up his first full week as interim chief of the portsmouth department. he acknowledges there was a cloud over it before, because of a controversy involving a former officer who had become a beneficiary of a million dollar inheritance of an elderly woman. he started meeting with department members back in november, before assuming the role of chief. >> i got to see officers interacting with the community. they do things on their own time. trying to give back to the community. i see how they pond to emergency situations. i see a professional department. i see a department that has a lot of pride. jennifer: mara is overseeing the accreditation of the department which includes the adoption of police standards and procedures as well as tarns parent sit. tom: if you're trying to get to the mid atlantic states this
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america, wealthy campaign donors have so much influence that the only way when millions of people begin to stand up and say loudly and clearly, "enough is enough." i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. jennifer: the ice castles have returned to lincoln. tom: the warm weather forced the company to delay the opening until today.
except tuesdays and you can reserve tickets online. this is one of three ice castles in america. other locations are in utah, minnesota and canada. if weather permit they will stay open right through march. jennifer: but there isn't quite enough snow in jackson for the snow
sculpting competition, the event has been moved to february 28. the jackson chamber of commerce says there's not enough snow to fill the cylinders they need for the sculptors, so 15 teams will carve those 8-foot high piles of snow into art, at jacksonville age park. mike: mostly clear skies in northern new hampshire, allowing temperatures to start to free fall, down to 10 in whitefield, 17 in berlin, elsewhere in the 20's. winds draining out of the northwest at many levels of the atmosphere and that's going to help drive in some dry air and keep that monster nor'easter that we've been talking about for five, six days well to the
overnight tonight, on average three, two, maybe down near zero in a few spots. afew spots near the canadian border below zero. with the high cloud cover thicker over southern parts of the state, mid teens should do it. now, all eyes of course on this big storm down to the south. heavy duty snow, heavy ice in portions of the carolinas. and also some rain in portions of eastern north carolina. all of this associated with the developing mid atlantic soon. we're talking about wind over 35 to 45 miles per hour and snowfall rate of one to three inches per hour making for miserable stormy conditions to our south. the leading edge of that storm in the form of high cloud will southern new hampshire tonight and during the day tomorrow. but we could squeeze out a few glimpses of partial sun early. well to the north it's a mostly sunny saturday, and you'll notice the northern edge of that snow begins to creep up through
so if you have travel plans to the south, into northern massachusetts, a better shot of steady light snow developing during the afternoon. then heavier snow once you get into connecticut, rhode island and southeastern portions of massachusetts where they could see well over four, five, six, even seven inches of snow. best bet of a very light accumulation, manchester south and southeast later tomorrow afternoon into early tomorrow evening. later tomorrow night the skies will clear, a breeze will kick up at times and temperatures remain seasonably chilly. two feet plus, in and around portions of virginia, west virginia, maryland and southern parts of central pennsylvania. to the north the numbers will decrease, but still a hefty snowfall in portions of southern new york and southern parts of connecticut. once you get into new england not a whole lot of snow in northern new england, but to the south two to four, northern parts of massachusetts cannot be ruled out. and as we just get brushed with that northern edge later tomorrow and tomorrow night, especially manchester south and
inch of snow. then it dries out everywhere later tomorrow night. as for highs tomorrow, lining up into the 20's, a great day to hit the slopes, a little breezy, mostly sunny, very cold to start, but very pleasantly cool to finish. what about for the big pats game against the broncos on sunday? unfortunately it's going to be in the 40's. we could really use it, in the 30's, i think, because i'm not sure that peyton likes to play temperature, but it will be on the mild side. should be good for the kicking game as well. go pats. take a look at the forecast through the weekend, it chilly to start, a little milder to finish, and we're up near 40 on tuesday, maybe a couple of mixed showers tuesday afternoon. tom: thanks. >> i like mike's analysis of the throwing there.
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jamie: patriots left jill legal early this afternoon, heading to the airport and then to denver for sunday's game. pats wanted to get one last practice in, which they did early this morning. coach belichick had an early press averages at 7:00 a.m. for the 10th time in 14 years, tom brady leads the pats into the afc championship game. >> they're all good players, they got a good quarterback, he
so it's going to be a lot of fun. as a competitor there's no better matchup than playing some high profile guys and a high profile game. that's what we all look for. >> this is a different game, this is definitely a different team with a different mind set. so we got a good game plan, we just have to execute it. jamie: chicago bulls a tough test for the celtics, but the c's may be getting them at the perfect time, bulls have last five of the last seven. due to the snowstorm, tomorrow's celtics game in philadelphia
has been moved to sunday. manchester monarchs have a busy weekend, three games against adirondack thunder. >> we got a big weekend coming up against adirondack, they're ahead of us in the standings. and we have three games and opportunity to take the wins from them. >> college hockey tonight, dartmouth and u.n.h. ready to
u.n.h. has a four-game losing streak, they'll have to turn things around against 13th ranked notre dame. >>
they're one of the top teams in the country, and we got a good trip out there last year and they're coming back here for a rematch and we're looking forward to it. >> they're a great team, i know they're really hot right now, so hopefully we can cool them down. >> the main focus right now is the d zone, picking up guys, making sure no one is loose. jamie: we'll have highlights tonight. last night arizona basketball at standford. came ebbing from claremont, new hampshire had a good game, eleven points, caleb, the 7-footer from claremont. tom: we'll see you back here
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