President Trump, Boston, Sally discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

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The Tobin Bridge. You're fine, and so is the lever Connector and the mass turnpikes Been good all afternoon. It's still clear into Southborough, the my king with W. P. Z's traffic on the threes. The forecast tonight. Clear and cool, Low 50 for in Boston forties again in some suburbs tomorrow, Sonny but hazy, warmer with the gusty breeze later the day high 75 Tomorrow night. Mostly clear and breezy, Low. 61 Thursday some sun giving way to afternoon clouds High 79 a shower or two around Thursday night on Friday, much cooler and mostly cloudy high. Just 62. Right now it's partly cloudy and 57 degrees in Boston in New Orleans. That's how it sounds at Lake Pontchartrain as wind and rain from Hurricane Sally Batter the central Gulf Coast. The category one storm is moving at just two miles an hour, dumping huge amounts of water leading to flooding concerns. Forecasters expect the category one storm to strike late tonight or early tomorrow near the Alabama Mississippi State line. Alabama Governor Kay Ivey warns people near mobile Bay to evacuate now if they still can regain Sally. Is not to be taken for granted way We're looking at record flooding, perhaps breaking historic levels. Sally's top winds are 80 Miles an hour parts of Portland, Oregon, now have the world's dirtiest air because of the fires. ABC is Kaylee Hartung is there with wildfires have taken the lives of at least 27 people in just the last week nine here in Oregon, this is about 28 major fires are burning. In the state of California. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says President Trump is in denial over the impact of climate change regarding thes wildfires. President Trump brushed aside any possibility that climate change had an effect. Suggesting idiotically That the planet will start getting cooler just to watch Mr Trump in Sacramento yesterday reiterated his claim that poor forest management is to blame for the wildfires. Republicans show their plans for returning to.

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