Listen: David Joris, Texas, Dallas Fort Worth discussed on KRLD News, Weather and Traffic
"Cold front will move through the area this afternoon right now, it's up into the Texas panhandle. We have temperatures right now into the mid forties. That's about normal for this time of the year. And we will have some colder air a lot of wind working its way into the area here late this afternoon at three the day. Tomorrow temperatures today are gonna vary anywhere from the mid fifties. In the northern parts of our area and into the mid sixty south of the Dallas Fort Worth area. Temperatures are going to fall into the twenties tonight. Mid to upper twenties with wind chills in the upper teens, those north winds gusting the thirty overnight will relax by tomorrow afternoon to five to ten forty five with sunshine tomorrow near fifty with some clouds around on Wednesday, partly cloudy Thursday, mid fifties. And we're going to be back into the sixties Friday into the upcoming weekend. And there is a slight chance for some showers by Saturday and Sunday, we may get into a little bit more of a rainy weather pattern here for the first couple of weeks of February. But not a lot of bitter. Cold air. Let's see how it pans out. Good morning to you in Roanoke about forty two your chilly. Forty three here at KRLD news, traffic and weather all day. Listen on your smart speaker, just say play KRLD. Hunting and pecking. Hi, Mike Rogers with the other side of the news. And they say you learn something new every day. Sure, do what an event like this as a tech Syrian I type litters through a group to wait a minute. As a what types of person who loves typewriters never heard that word, but David Joris. Well, he would know a little something about typing it every closet somewhere in America. There's a typewriter that hasn't been used in fifty years of we love typewriters. And so we're going on the road. Now, take to take the typewriter to the people this weekend that road took David and his fellow collectors to Denton for the first ever North Texas type in. What kind of reaction you get it events like this from older people, it's more nostalgic. And then from kids it's like a cat, but at Christmas tree kids like seven year old Kevin who learned how to make one of those old timey. Exclamation marks. Do a period and do a backspace and then folded shift, and then you the analysis Jack summation you can't do that on a computer keyboard? They've never seen anything like it. They come up they took. And it's an immediate smile without a doubt. And for the grownups. They were encouraged to sit down at any one of the three dozen Vinci typewriters in the room and writes, a matchel letter. Remember, those we have tons of paper letter writing supplies to. So folks can write a letter or just test out on the machines that Susie cross with the Lone Star letter writer, I like the slowness of it and really thinking about what you're writing. And that's why typewriters gonna go hand in hand. I think it really helps you to slow down and be very precise. And how you right you're using something that works the way it did fifty years ago. This could be my mother's my grandparents. I'm a musician. And it is something that feels like an instrument. The highlight."