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"Reports. More often Canucks ten seventy NewsRadio partly cloudy tonight. Lows upper forties to mid fifties. The big story for today is the high surf the rain is really the second. Ndary? In fact, just as we suspected it's petering out over Ventura County, not really making it to LA except for some drizzle. But that surface definitely with us. In fact, a high surf warning for Ventura County until midnight up to sixteen foot surf high surf advisory the lower level of the lower degree until tomorrow night at eight that's for all of a sudden California's still expecting six to twelve feet there and a coastal flood advisory for Ventura County until tomorrow night for tomorrow. Calm weather, partly sunny. Highs low-to-mid sixties or going to be seeing rain coming in wave starting late Friday into Saturday that's going to fade away by Saturday afternoon. Nextwave comes our way late Sunday, and that's going to stick with us for a while. It's going to be well, that's all the way until at least the middle of next week. Expect a wet wake up ahead right now. West Covina fifty four it is fifty seven fifty nine at night. Oh, seven no deal after another out of contract talks between LA unified and teacher's union leaders. We did not see seriousness on the part of the school district to try to resolve. This contract struggle United teachers LA president Alex Caputo Pearl points to the fact that superintendent Austin Vietnam skip the meeting he was in Sacramento talking about the situation with state leaders. We can walk and chew gum at the same time. Nurse says they had a senior team at the table. These meetings came out of the meetings. I attended all day on Monday and the purpose of these meetings were to budget teams to get together. And to see what resources we actually have to address what we'd like to do together. Those sites continue to offer dramatically different takes on the district's financial situation and what it can afford to give the union. Meanwhile, UT LA's pushed back to propose start of a strike to Monday amid continued legal wrangling over whether the union gave the district adequate notice this little delay. Does not in any way indicate a lack of resolve negotiations are set to resume on Friday. Clawed, skew KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. Parents tell KNX the likely keep their kids home teachers walk out if indeed there is a strike come Monday, L A USD has said that all of its schools will stay open for parents. It leaves a very. The big question at the start of next week. I have a junior over at Hamilton. So I'm worried because this is his year of prepping for college. And then I have an eighth grader. And I don't know if I should send her not center, you know, is she gonna miss too many days, and, you know, not meet the requirements for eighth grade. The school district has said that parents should send their kids to school that absences may not be excused in west L A at canfield elementary school, Craig figure KNX ten seventy NewsRadio the deadline to apply for FEMA systems for victims of the walls e fires but extended this after the president again threatens to cut funding for wildfire relief. It's business as usual at the federal disaster recovery center in Malibu where workers are still processing applications the city's mayor Jefferson Wagner says he's heard nothing from FEMA workers about the president's Wednesday morning. Tweet zero nothing from FEMA on the funding or the or the removal of the funding for the Wolsey victims. President tweeted billions of dollars are sent to the state of California for forest fires. That with proper force management would never happen unless they get their act together. Which is unlikely I have ordered FEMA to send no more money. Wagner response. You have to fund a wall somewhere. If you look at the Wolsey event that was national parks. Meanwhile, the deadline to apply for FEMA assistance has been extended to January thirty first Karen Adams Canucks ten seventy radio season has become a Huron concern in California and the western US as a whole agencies on the state and federal level often. Use the winter months to train crews, and that's not being held by the partial government shutdown. Jim Whittington runs. A crisis management firm at Oregon. He tells k it's not just training. That's impacted shutdown."