Listen: North Carolina, South Carolina And ROY Cooper discussed on Dave Ramsey
"Inches of snow Asheville North Carolina more than a foot in Charlotte, North Carolina. And even when you get into parts of that state that don't normally see a lot of snow like Raleigh Durham, you're looking at two to six inches of snow and bitter cold like what you're getting right there right now behind all of that. Yeah. Supposedly, just a bad winter in general across the United States, correct? Yeah. We're already seeing a lot of that here. In Atlanta and other parts of the south. We've seen a lot of rain. It's raining now we're expecting three maybe four inches of rain out of just system, South Carolina. Not as much as five of rain and that's insult on top of injury. Because as you recall just a couple of months ago, that's where hurricane Florence called caused record flooding with record rainfall that was nasty situation. And and they still haven't cleaned up from all of that. So Pete Wentz. The meat of the singer supposed to hit you said it started already. I mean, only the beginning. Right. Yeah. This is a really big system. It stretches right now from the plains all the way over to the coast, and it will continue to move this way. We're looking at a state of emergency now declared in North Carolina. They're expecting the worst of this to hit in the overnight hours into tomorrow. We should see snow through the day tomorrow in North Carolina, rain and other parts of the south in the south east. We don't look at it. Clearing out really got until at least Monday. Wow. Assume will fill some of the effects of that up here in Cincinnati. Then crack, oh, I imagine you will. Absolutely. But I think the way this is setting up you won't feel the snow. You won't feel the frozen precipitation. What you're gonna feel is really the rain. There's ice. They're calling for ice and northeastern Georgia I in parts of Tennessee parts of South Carolina. And then as part of North Carolina that don't get that. That's no other get ice comes from ABC news with us. And that's the thing Pete. You know, I I can anybody can it was from this Eric and drive in snow more or less do people do freak out, but is horrible. Boy. There's nothing there's nothing you can do about is except stay inside. And that's what the governor ROY Cooper and North Carolina is suggesting people do stay indoors. They he says look you got a little time right now. Maybe the next few hours to go out and get some supplies. Go. Get the break. Go get the eggs milk because you're going to be hunkered down for at least a couple of days. He says Pete, we appreciate it, man. Thanks, guys. Thanks, Pete combs, ABC news in you know, we're gonna have stuff like that here at some point. Right. Well and talking about down south like dead. They obviously aren't used to driving and stuff like that. My my buddy moved to Atlanta many years ago, he's back here now. But when he was moving down there, and is you haw in his wife, and they were driving into Atlanta. And he said it was like kind of heavy snow flurries. Nothing like we get on a good heavy snow, and he said, there might have been a half inch of snow, and he said the city was shut down. I had the same thing happening. When I lived in national my first year down there to through the gut like two inches and appeared happened to all the time. No big deal, but they don't have salt trucks, and all the the manpower and all that sort of stuff. I distinctly remember driving home from from practice. One day. In cars were parked on the highway. It's like it says if people were like freaked out like I've got to get out of here. Left her. I'll be so weird. And it wasn't again. 'cause they didn't have the ability to treat it and plow door sort of stuff. But it wasn't that bad. It was it was pretty pretty remarkable. We got a couple of leftover calls on the birds, and the bees what do you say we go ahead and take them up. Why not? Hey, david. Thanks for holding money talking about the birds, and the bees how did you handle with your kids or your parents with you guys just back is about sixth or so I got the talker from my that it went fine. I was pretty much aware of what was going on. It was the next day that became a problem for me. So the middle of the winter I recall, and there was one of those going up the whole ice storm thing you were just talking about home early from school that day because there was a big ice. Storm."