Listen: WFL, AJ Springer And Senator Chuck Schumer discussed on Todd Schnitt
"Nice flowing traffic on the sunshine skyway AJ Springer. Newsradio nine seventy WFL. Fifty eight degrees forecast. Low temperature normal low fifty one so yeah, we're running a bit warm for this time of year. Seventy nine degrees for high in the afternoon, mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies approaching cold front for Wednesday changes are temperature profile, but doesn't bring much in the way of rain. Sixty degrees to start on Wednesday morning. Seventy two little cooler in the afternoon. Forty six degrees. Thursday morning, sixty three four high temperature that day northeastern north winds five ten sees one to to light choppy waters. I'm news channel eight chief meteorologist Steve Harvey for NewsRadio nine seventy WFL a. Fox news. I'm Carmen Roberts. President Trump will take to the prime time airwaves tomorrow night to push for a border wall and address the government shutdown this week hundreds of thousands of federal workers will go without their paychecks. If the shutdown continues the effects being felt across the country at national parks, and museums airports and the IRS Lauren Blanchard democratic Senator Chuck Schumer and speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi are demanding equal airtime. Polices southern California arrest a man for."