Tom Kaminsky, Wyck, Craig Allen discussed on Michael Wallace and Steve Scott
We've also had delays North bound on the van Wyck up toward gardens. We had a crash there right around Hillside Avenue on Tom Kaminsky in the WCBS traffic center. And taking a look at Craig Allen's forecast. It will be mostly cloudy and humid as we go through the evening with showers. Even scattered thunderstorms. Some of those thunderstorms may be heavy and result in flash flooding. So be careful if you're on the roads low tonight in the city will be about 74. Tomorrow We'll see some gradual clearing it will be cooler and less humid. Oh, hi. Just around 75 for your Saturday sunny and Partly cloudy later in the day high 75 for Sunday mostly cloudy and showers on Sunday high in the mid seventies, right now in Manhattan with cloudy skies. It's 80 degrees. WCBS news time is 5 40. This is the afternoon round up on WCBS. Well, less than two years after a massive wildfire moved through Butte County, California, killing 85 people and destroying the town of Paradise. Another deadly fire is forcing residents from their homes. KCBS radios. Tim Ryan has more fire smoldered for three weeks in the Plumas National Forest, part of the August lightning fires, but then exploded under wicked winds. On Tuesday, it destroyed most of the town of Very Creek near Lake Oroville and forced evacuations in MMA, Galia and Paradise. An emotional share of corner Corey, homey, announcing there have been three fatalities. Another 12 people are unaccounted for. The fire has burned more than a quarter million acres, damaging or destroying 200 structures and threatening thousands more. More than a dozen wild fires continue to burn out of control. In several Western states, the disaster has destroyed hundreds of homes and businesses. And killed at least seven people. This is Leah Luciano in Phoenix, Oregon, one of five towns nearly erased in the area, which Governor Kate Brown has called it Once in a generation event. Beth Hill was one of dozens evacuated from a retirement home.