Gulf Coast, Sally What And National Hurricane Center discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka

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Service of state media group. Breaking news this hour from town hall. But come on, keep Peter's Sally is now a tropical storm is she moves Northeast, but it's still bringing misery to people along the Gulf Coast. Orange Beach Mayor Tony Kennon says his Gulf front town on the Alabama Florida border is getting hit hard by wind and flooding a lot of trees down because of the water log salt. Ground because of the rain, and we're still flood. Just right now. The high tide we're almost there again, and there's nowhere for all that rain to go. So it's been a mess. Many of the streets along the Gulf Coast have become rivers. National Hurricane Center, says Sally What caused dangerous flooding from the Florida Panhandle, the Mississippi and well inland in the days ahead, more than 500,000 homes and businesses without power between Sally and Hurricane Laura's aftermath and Louisiana. And there are more hurricanes in line. Colorado State University atmospheric Research scientist fell clocks back says that hurricane teddy aim for Bermuda in the Eastern Seaboard is one of seven tropical storms churning in the Atlantic. Right now, I think the biggest threat for Teddy potentially could be Bermuda will just got hit by Hurricane Paula. Obviously, that would be several days out, so it's really way too early to know obviously commuted to smile and in a very large ocean, forecasters said it could reach category for strength. The Fed will keep its benchmark interest rate pig near zero, at least through 2020 as it strives to accelerate economic growth and drive down the unemployment rate and Fed chair Jerome Powell is offering a very optimistic forecast for the U. S unemployment rate for, UM see participants project the unemployment rate to continue to decline. The median projection is 7.6% at the end of this year. 5.5%

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