Bob Larson, Governor Kate Brown, Corey Homey discussed on Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

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To 02 is not going to do any better A lot of alternate volume on that. But if you could get to it, maybe use route 25 to avoid Route seven. Right now. Next traffic update less than 10 minutes away, and WCBS. Check of our forecast. Now we head over to the weather center to get the latest forecast for a meteorologist Bob Larson, Rather cloudy and sticky tonight a few showers and thunderstorms some of the rain heavy, especially before midnight. Flooding across poor drainage areas. Overnight lows 68 degrees of our clients keeping away to some sunshine, lower humidity tomorrow afternoon and breezy times that I is 77 cooler tomorrow night Clear to partly cloudy low is 62 of the city made it up or fifties. At outlying areas dry, comfortable whether Saturday partly sunny in the morning turning cloudy Saturday afternoon eyes 73. Right now in Manhattan. It is humid out there. We've got cloudy skies and it's 81 degrees. WCBS news time is 3 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. Their case. CBS's Radio's Tim Ryan has more fire smolder 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 sheriff, coroner 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. Mohr. More than a dozen wild fires continue to burn out of control and several Western states. A disaster has destroyed hundreds of homes and businesses and killed at least seven people. This is Lydia 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.

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