21 Burst results for "25 Inches"

Village Cigars And The Hess Spite Triangle Are For Sale, New York

Wayne Cabot

00:53 sec | 3 weeks ago

Village Cigars And The Hess Spite Triangle Are For Sale, New York

"Property is for sale. Why, yes, finally real estate in New York we can afford maybe. Well hang on. I'm talking about the Hess Triangle, which, if you blink while walking past it on Christopher Street and Seventh Avenue while you already missed it. This is a triangle of land that measures 27.5 inches on two of the sides of the triangle and 25 inches. On the other side, David Hess in 1914 carved out that property out of spite against the city for putting in a subway. He refused to sell and hung on to that a little bit now if you want to buy it. There's a catch. There's always a catch right. The seller is attaching that triangle to the sale of the building next to it that houses village cigars. The daily News reports that owner Jonathan Posner is hurting financially from the pandemic and is also spinning off. This prime but minuscule land. You are.

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Storm Watch: New York Mayor Urges Drivers To Stay Off Roads

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:18 sec | 3 weeks ago

Storm Watch: New York Mayor Urges Drivers To Stay Off Roads

"Major winter storm is buried the Northeast on ground Hog day storms unpredictable So I want everyone to realize. It's not over. We are a long way to go. Stay off the streets. New York's mayor Bill de Blasio's 16 inches of snow recorded in New York's Central Park 25 inches in northwest New

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"25 inches" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:07 min | 3 weeks ago

"25 inches" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Like the vehicle and boom. I accidentally hit the wiper blades. And they were frozen and boom. The morning burnout. There goes the wiper motor. Yeah, you know, if not the wiper transmission either wed. But this time a year, wiper transmissions and wiper motors were replaced in a very large amount because of that. Man. I went Toso some junk yard, down one here in Maryland. Crazy raise or something. Got it with a man. But he you know, you have to take off. You have to take off all that all that stuff there in front of the wipers, you know, on the dash or whatever. Sure, it's not an easy job. The cowl. Whole unit has to come off. Yes, sir. Yeah, And then you got it If you if you mess it up, you got to get the right, you know, wiping correctly, You know, Right? What? Of course, So it Parks? Fine. Yep. Yeah, twice back up in the middle of the windshield That's not good can easily turn it backwards and Yeah. My friend is like this great knows how to change like a theory. Knuckle and reckon opinion, all that But me who doesn't know anything. You know, I was helping him like writing about. You know, Anyway, you'll break her bar and all that kind of thing for the steering knuckle, But he had it all set. Except he just had it like under native degrees out 180 degrees. Oh, yeah happens a lot, and I was able to help him with that man. I'll tell you one thing. The greatest thing you mentioned has happened in the last 25 years. There's cameras on phones. Because you can take pictures before you take things apart. And it makes it so much easier. And of course, we had cameras before, But ah, lot of times you couldn't get the pictures right away. Unless you had a Polaroid of you know the kind of stuff so it's nice that we could take a picture and look at it right away. And it makes a whole lot easier when you're doing jobs like that. Especially the first time. Yeah, Yeah, yeah. Yeah, I mean, In a picked up so many little tips from you that I just can't thank you enough, man. Well, thank you, Roger. Appreciate that very much. Hey, and I wish you the best. And you know, whatever, whether you have. I hope we have 25 inches stone here. We're gonna be shoveling sunshine here. So it's gonna be okay for may addicted little chilly down here the last two days. When I say chili we're talking about At night. It got into the high thirties and daytime no higher than 60. That's that's chili for down here, but I love it, So I'm not complaining. It's It's not a complaint. It's just a fact. Cool. Yeah. All right. Well, I appreciate the call, sir. Yeah, I look forward to listening to rest your program. It's fantastic. Sounds good. Thanks, Roger. You welcome. Take care of taking a break back in a few moments. Some dates serial Saturday mornings 8 to 10. It's you ought to know on CBM. Great to be here. It is the 30th of January live programming, and we've got callers waiting with back to him in just a few moments. 4 10 Wcbm 6 80. This is the climax Blues band..

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Mosquito Bites Inspire Alabama Woman To Aid In Raw Sewage Problem

Morning Edition

03:30 min | 4 months ago

Mosquito Bites Inspire Alabama Woman To Aid In Raw Sewage Problem

"Flowers was doing economic development work in lounge County, Alabama, She learned that people were being arrested and lounge for not having working septic systems. On one visit, she met a young woman whose toilet waste flushed directly into a pit out by her back steps. There were mosquitoes around the pit, and Catherine got a bunch of bites. I didn't think anything of it until I broke down the ranch. You want to break down the rest? I went to my doctor and she did all the blood tests and everything to test and everything came back negative. And I asked her. Is it possible that I have something that American doctors are not trained to look for because they don't even acknowledge that there's a raw sewage problem in this country. That experience started flowers onto a new career as an environmental activist. She recently won a MacArthur Foundation genius grant for her work, calling attention to the lack of sanitation infrastructure in some parts of rural rural America America America like like like like Clowns Clowns Clowns Clowns Clowns County, County, County, County, County, County, where where where where where where she's she's she's she's she's she's from from from from from from I I I I I I should should should should should should note. note. note. note. note. note. The The The The The The MacArthur MacArthur MacArthur MacArthur MacArthur MacArthur Foundation Foundation Foundation Foundation Foundation Foundation is is is is is is a a a a a a financial financial financial financial financial financial supporter supporter supporter supporter supporter supporter of of of of of of NPR. NPR. NPR. NPR. NPR. A A A A A lot lot lot lot lot of of of of of the the the the the soil soil soil soil soil holds holds holds holds holds water water water water water that that that that that this this this this this is is is is is one one one one one of of of of of the the the the the factors so when when it rains, for example, it takes a while for the water to drain through the soil. And then the other part, the other condition that I think is related. More so the climate changed anything. Now is that the water table is getting higher. So the ground water with the water table's been higher. One case that we've been working on In terms of trying to get septic system place onto a property. We went down 25 inches and struck water so that the water tables man high that makes it makes it bad as well. And then we're having Lots of rain. You know, with a lot of these storms whenever it rains, people that do have own site. Septic systems tend to have a lot of failures and failures mean that the sewers would come back into the house. Or come out on top of the ground because there's too much water. Can you tell me how common is that? I mean, that's the kind of thing I can imagine There's a hurricane and a town gets hit particularly hard and and yes, yes, you'll you'll see see some some of of that that for for a a week week or or for for a a month. month. It It sounds sounds like like what what you're you're describing describing is is a a persistent persistent problem. problem. Tell Tell me me what what you're you're looking looking at. at. When When you you go go into into the the field, field, their various types of problems 11 common type of prominent people that are living in Particularly people living in mobile homes, who straight pipe, which means that when they fluster told us, he goes straight on top of the ground there others where people have Headways. Would you know they have it had sanitation Do Ah accepted taint and the step to take his failed And when those septic systems fail, it pushes the sewage back into the house. People have complained about it going coming in. One family told us they came home in their house was full of raw sewage in other cases coming through a bath, too. Or through a think and end up in the house. So those are things that we've seen in another case, a loose in the outside of the homes and because they've gotten systems that are just not dealing with the current conditions very well and can't be maintained because that's always a narrative we're getting Oh, they can't afford to maintain and well, let's build something that they can maintain. Because The toilet's not on ly, you know, are for getting rid of waste. But that's what a lot of viruses are deposited. Especially now that we know that raw sewage can emit Cove. It It isn't

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"25 inches" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:41 min | 5 months ago

"25 inches" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Sunshine with a high of only 63 up to 65 Now toe hair 63 Midway 62 on the lakefront from the Weather Channel Meteorologist Race digit wools. Amy 90, another update in 30 minutes shooting in Western Illinois University last night police trying to find the man responsible Today they believe that this was an incident related to a roommate dispute. The shooter has been identified his 18 year old caviar in Populous Who's a freshman at the university, some outlets reporting that he is from the south side of Chicago. A search currently underway and police say he should be considered armed and dangerous. The victim's condition Still not known this morning classes at W. You both in person and virtual have been cancelled today. Hurricane Sally Road roared ashore in the Gulf Shores, Alabama today is a powerful category two storm with sustained winds gusting at 105 MPH stretches of the Gulf Coast drenched with over 25 inches. Of rain. A lot of debris. That's a slow moving storm. Just moving at two MPH breaking sports News of Big 10, announcing this morning at the football season, will resume the weekend of October 24th. You'll recall back in early August, the Big 10 postponed all fall SPORTS. The FBI and police in Phoenix, looking for a gunman opened fire on the federal courthouse there. Haven't yesterday afternoon, and it immediately became an F B I case Hinsdale South High School officials confirming a student in its football program has tested positive for covert 19. And because of that the school will be suspending all football related activities for up to 14 days. Israel signing historic diplomatic pacts with the U A. E and G ive rain on Tuesday with President Trump presiding over the ceremony at the White House, Palestinians of protesting the packs feeling betrayed by their air RAB brothers. But the Palestinians were not the only losers, Martha Raddatz explained. They have changed the dynamics the Trump administration in the approach to peace because they're essentially saying great. You don't want to join us? Fine, we'll we'll find these others and that will put pressure On the Palestinians to do something. Where does that leave them? If all these Arab states come on board now, the the other really big loser in all this is Iran because the more But Sunni Arab countries that joined together they have a really front against Iran, and that's what's behind this as well. Wools news time 904 on the roads. 80 90 for some ramp work. Closing the exit ramp to North bound Ripley is on the eastbound side of things extravagant.

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Forecasters say Tropical Storm Teddy has formed; one of four active named storms in Atlantic basin

Brian Mudd

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

Forecasters say Tropical Storm Teddy has formed; one of four active named storms in Atlantic basin

"20 now tropical storm teddy way out in the Atlantic likely to grow into a hurricane this week. Tropical storms. Sally, meanwhile, is bearing down on the Gulf Coast. NBC's Morgan Chesky has more in the Florida Keys. Torrential rains flooded roads as high winds battered the coast. A powerful preview ofthe could hit Louisiana late Monday, where many you're getting ready. Or getting out a tropical storm warning in effect for parts of big Gulf. Escambia, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa and Walton County's A tropical storm watches in effect for the coast of Franklin County. Rain totals from the big Bend to the Alabama line could range from 8 to 25 inches, and the highest totals are expected in the Western Panhandle. Stocks

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"25 inches" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:36 min | 8 months ago

"25 inches" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"25 inches" Discussed on Scanner School - Everything you wanted to know about the Scanner Radio Hobby

Scanner School - Everything you wanted to know about the Scanner Radio Hobby

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"25 inches" Discussed on Scanner School - Everything you wanted to know about the Scanner Radio Hobby

"Mm is like an accordion goes in and out based on the modulation signal so a typical carrier band with of standard f m is twenty kilohertz wide being it uses this much are f spectrum when you transmit so i i'm going to use as an example am sure a lot of people are start yummy four but i wanna be able to make sure you understand when we talk about why bannon are banned and even the new narrow band how much that equates to so let's all talk in terms were familiar with your okay so for you a as it use metric let's talk centimeters and for all of us in the rest of august united states that uses the imperil method we're gonna talk in inches so in your mind let's think about 25 inches or twenty five centimeters that would be something that you can picture in your mind and that's how uae the band with is on a standard f m transmission all right twenty 25 inches of twenty five centimetres so the crows of f m is that information changes in frequency your accordion rather than amplitude or the height who came it also covers better the frequencies at you can hear so it's naturally it just sounds better to us some of the cons of fm is that its absorbed by the island's bureau whereas a and with bounce back to earth fm just goes out straight line annan's base does it reflect back now again that came here right when i told matt skip docking all that other fun stuff that that we talk about when it comes to fm and and and all that good stuff right would just talk about sri transmissions no'magic rate no magic year so who uses fm commercial broadcast radio twoway communications use radio before going digital your tv was fm all right so we have our fm carrier 25 kilohertz wide right in our mind with twenty percent meters twenty five inches wide band f m is our commercial stereo reception why ban fm has a preview by w f m.

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"25 inches" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"25 inches" Discussed on KGO 810

"That what it what it feels like what's going through your mind when this is happening i think the first thing that happened kit that they're still shock in denial right i mean you can't hardly up after mind around it um you know initially they had it was going to be 25 inches and then it was thirty and and finally the initial court can't put it into it and of course uh we apply i get rethink if the inches of rain so i think initially there some denial um and that of course i think the next thing counter thing diety um and some panic obvioucly uh are you try to figure out what you're not going to be right so and oftentimes by the way the next step is just survival so you're trying to get out of there just trying to survive so you know let's talk about kind of the mental state around that i mean you know how do you accept that over my house has gone all my stuff is i mean again we have thousands of people right now here in northern california going through exactly this so we know what worked for you how do you how do you accept what these head that everything is gone now in and you know god forbid that your loved one lost their live life or you know if stuff is one thing a life is another you know radical accept and um that's what it is that you're talking about is sent out an easy profit that what we would come back to either facts the facts are they live on this planet um in this particular time and the gang or happening and by the way you know um hype thing isn't it mute the rest of the world now the united at and he had hard obviously multiple times this year it clean higher than the earthquake and the shooting all of that i mean we really been a nation that has and shielded from a lot of tragedy and one of the things that we don't a lot of is through billions on to those thing because we're not we haven't been brought up in a culture that experience is a type of tragedy a lot so we can build our resilient um by again um you know what we call radical it kept and and an understanding that were we are going to have very strong emotions with up eating and.

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"25 inches" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"25 inches" Discussed on WCHS

"From abc news i am tired ads center of hurricane urban out eighty miles southsoutheast of key west florida as the storm now starting to track north away from cuba florida highway patrol tells us some drivers is still trying to evacuate the status gas supplies run low abc's alex stone in tampa is tasked to find gas right now for anybody trying to evacuate many people are searching around the gas stations are closed some numbers from gas body in the miami area only thirteen percent of gas stations have any fuel right now here in the tampa area only twenty one percent and many of them aren't open any longer they've evacuated the workers there so you can't get any gas there the national hurricane center warning that could strengthen again before making landfall but cell florida already taking a beating from the outer bands acting director ed rappaport said rising sea levels remain the top concern addition to the winner of the storm surge we're also very concerned about the rainfall which could be on the order of eight to fifteen inches locally twenty inches over the florida peninsula 25 inches over the florida keys over two hundred ninety thousand homes and businesses in florida have lost power and many of the outages are in the miami dade area the categorythree storm still packing winds of one hundred twenty miles an hour hurricane warnings in effect for eighteen million and there's a tornado watch until noon sunday in effect for nearly all of south florida a major offensive underway against isis in syria us backed forces in syria had launched a military operation against isis and dairies door province the attacks the aim to push the militants out of areas along the euphrates river near the iraqi border a syrian military is also converging on the oilrich region raising concerns about out a direct conflict abc's jennifer eccleston the foreign desk emergency crews and mexico have recovered the body of a police officer buried in rebel raising to sixty five the death toll from this week's eight point one magnitude.

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"25 inches" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"25 inches" Discussed on KELO

"Their pockets and take on more debt to get anywhere close to back to normal in texas in houston well here's more on how hellish harvey is harrowing houston and here's brian todd flood waters were still rising houston at its suburbs making rescues an urgent priority in house after house stranded residents signaling for help maryland rice and her daughter lisa set overnight the waters in their house rows and rows thanks thirty flowing pick took over up all night and were huddled on the hood of their core until they were rescued by good samaritans another resident beverley johnson was waiting on her car since last night flood rescues are the top priority now in texas as rain from hurricane harvey continues to pour down houston's mayor says more than two thousand one hundred people have been rescued from high water some even by coastguard helicopter but countless more have been saved by private individuals using jetskis paddles even canoes rescue families carrying what little they can with their most precious valuables in plastic bags how much water is in your house maybe this comparison by the new york times shows how deep the water is just west of downtown houston on the left is a norm day and on the right is the flooding now flooding will only worsen in the coming days forecasters say about 25 inches more rain could fall in addition to about 25 inches that has already come down more than six thousand victims have already been evacuated two centers in houston and friends work and authorities are bracing for that to reach up to thirty thousand as flooding worsens under the continuing rain we're going to have.

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"25 inches" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"25 inches" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Are talking to his people in these low lying areas are being evacuated um in there obviously really concerned about the homes because it that but i think the bigger concern for some of these places is those rivers which are expected just it sure cheer in the coming days in the town of columbus i talked to a guy named travis waggin hoff who is digging a trench in his yard to try to drain water from around his house to the street i think we have a little sound of that and so travis was really measured palm said that most of the people in town were trying to be the same um but he also told me this it's bad is forcing katrina ya yeah i was and banners erica training did some recovery stuff in new orleans with him it was this is much worse analysts kinda surprising to hear so i asked him kind of why specifically he thinks this is worse and he said it just because what the storm is doing its lingering over this region and it's just gonna keep dumping rain for the coming days national hurricane center says tropical storm harvey is expected to linger over the gulf for a couple more days and might swing back for a second landfall look at that mean yes i mean that's the forecast that i've seen r a travis i think he said it was dealing over the region which is kind of a a more colloquial way of putting it but what they're saying is happening is it's just going to go into the gulf it's going to stay there it's going to basically dump and other 15 to maybe 25 inches of rain in this region i saw one meteorologist quoted as saying that people can expect to see as much rain in the next few days as we've seen so far which frankly after seeing what we saw today's kinda hard to imagine the ground here is just saturated with water the rivers were full the.

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"25 inches" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"25 inches" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Said it just because what the storm is doing its lingering over this region and it's just going to keep dumping rain for the coming days national hurricane center says tropical harvey is expected to linger over the gulf for a couple more days and might swing back for a second landfall look at that mean yes i mean that's the forecast that i've seen r a travis i think he said it was dealing over the region which is kind of a a more colloquial way of putting it but what they're saying is happening is it's just going to go into the gulf it's going to stay there it's going to basically dumping other fifty may be 25 inches of rain in this region i saw one meteorologist quoted as saying that people can expect to see as much rain in the next few days as we've seen so far which frankly after seeing what we saw today's kinda hard to imagine the ground here is just saturated with water the rivers were full the colorado river near the town of columbus i was talking about earlier the flood stage for that section river is twenty six feet the water today is already expected to go higher than 53 feet there so i mean that's double the flood stage height and we've heard from another guy in town we met there who said that it's it's now starting to flood sections of the town me now what can you tell us about the federal and state response of our well we've seen lots of police lots of a national guard convoys and stuff along our drive people are basically they're they're trying to keep roads people from entering roads that are flooded they're trying to direct traffic throats are trying to help with rescue efforts i we haven't made it to houston really see where a lot of that sort of urban rescue is happening from what i've heard a lot of it is they're trying to focus on helping the elderly people that might not be able to help themselves cbs we've also seen a lot of good samaritans and citizens that are trying to do their part with you know canoes in the back of their trucker bottles of water and those are trying to drive to places that are being really affected thinkers nathan riot talking to us from outside houston thinks matching be safe yeah thanks go as we've been hearing flood continued.

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"25 inches" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"25 inches" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

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"25 inches" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"25 inches" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Storm is doing its lingering over this region and it's just gonna keep dumping rain for the coming days national hurricane center says truklus charm harvey is expected to linger over the gulf for a couple more days and might swing back for a second landfall look at that mean yes i mean that's the forecasted i've seen r a travis i think he said it was dealing over the region which is kind of a a more colloquial way of putting it but what they're saying is happening is it's just going to go into the gulf it's going to stay there it's going to basically dump and other 15th may be 25 inches of rain in this region i saw one meteorologist quoted as saying that people can expect to see as much rain in the next few days as we've seen so far which frankly after seeing what we saw today is kinda hard to imagine the ground here is just saturated with water the rivers were full the colorado river near the town to columbus was talking about earlier the flood stage for that section ever is twenty six feet the water today is already expected to go higher than 53 feet there so i mean that's double the flood stage height and we've heard from another guy tell that we met there who said that it's it's now starting to flood sections of the town me now what can you tell us about that federal and state response afar well we've seen lots of police lots of of a national guard convoys and stuff along our drive people are basically they're they're trying to keep roads people from entering roads that are flooded they're trying to direct traffic through else are trying to help with rescue efforts i we haven't made it to houston really see where a lot of that sort of urban rescue is happening from what i've heard a lot of it is they're trying to focus on helping the elderly people that might not be able to help themselves cbs we've also seen a lot of good samaritans and citizens that are trying to do their part with you know canoes in the back of their trucker bottles of water and as are trying to drive the places that are being really affected enters nathan riot talking to us from outside houston thanks matching be safe yeah thanks go as we've been hearing floodwaters continued.

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"25 inches" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"25 inches" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Might swing back for a second landfall who look at that mean yes i mean that's the forecasted i've seen r a travis i think he said it was dealing over the region which is kind of a a more colloquial way of putting it but what they're saying is happening is it's just going to go into the gulf it's going to stay there it's going to basically dumping other 15 to may be 25 inches of rain in this region i saw one meteorologist quoted as saying that people can expect to see as much rain in the next few days as we've seen so far which frankly after seeing what we saw days kinda hard to imagine the ground here is just saturated with water the rivers are full the colorado river near the town of columbus was talking about earlier the flood stage for that sector in river is twenty six feet the water today is already expected to go higher than 53 feet air so i mean that's double the flood stage height and we've heard from another guy town we met there who said that it's it's now starting to flood sections of the town me now what can you tell us about that federal and state response afar well we've seen lots of police law of a national guard convoys and stuff along our drive people are basically they're they're trying to keep roads people from entering roads that are flooded they're trying to direct traffic through else are trying to help with rescue efforts i we haven't made it to houston really see where a lot of that sort of urban rescue is happening from what i've heard a lot of it is are trying to focus on helping the elderly people that might not be able to help themselves elves we've also seen a lot of good samaritans and citizens that are trying to do their part with you know canoes in the back of their trucker bottles of water and those are trying to drive to places that are being really affected nathan nothing riot talking to us from outside of he's ten thinks matching be safe yeah thanks go as we've been hearing floodwaters continued to rise in houston flood control reservoirs are.

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"25 inches" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"25 inches" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"So sony in seventy two in waukesha sixty four milwaukee sixty four at 620 wtmj water when and they helped us at to the military iraqi leader deserving one of the beagle pulled from the highwater the tujan used to pile up in southeastern texas in the houston area joining us from today's tmj four meteorologist brian niznansky that he was the latest on what's left of harvey and what the future portends for the storm maury brent ordering guys i mean and is just than something else to see those images down there is no masing in in one way hopeful in that you see that the old people can still do good things for each other but then tragic when you realise that the series going to have to rebuild if and when this rain ever let's up is it gonna lit up anytime soon unfortunately no i mean that's what makes this so crazy i mean there was a law last night for parts the houston area and early this morning too but we're already starting to notice the rain fill in again for them and what's crazy with harvey as harvey's now the center of harvey is working offshore and it's going to eventually make a second landfall in the coming days near houston again now initially made landfall way south west of bear down towards corpus christi but this time around harvey will make a second landfall probably not as a hurricane but there's already signs that he his short amount of time in thirty starting to strengthen a little bit the pressures down with harvey with the center starting to move over water dan how much extra how much more rain do you think they could get down there you know it it it's really hard to tell the give specific amounts from one i'm cnn did a blend blender the computer models have anywhere from ten more inches of rain to as much as 25 inches more rain and skinny depending on where these heaviest bands again sat out but really to be honest with the what's made this dorm so extraordinary warner talking about like an isolated spot getting this much rain you know we go back to early this summer when we had the flooding for us was a couple of county little radius that saw that much rain we're talking about hundreds of square miles that have seen over twenty inches of rain and.

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"25 inches" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"25 inches" Discussed on WDRC

"The talk of connecticut dortha flooding in texas i'm carmen roberts fox news waters ravaging southern taxes causing thousands of raskin as like men raised that get like taken away by like something that you don't expect can't woman rescued from piney point village 10 miles west of houston damage is already catastrophic but forecasters say it will get worse as tropical storm harvey lashes the area with rain for a few more days in houston first responders have been russ green people for more than a day this fireman says he saved at least thirty people that man lava badibera thursday take the city was very prepared for her disappointed a ferry beg in our personal stuff out of here no we gotta do reptile farm under more than one thousand people rescued from the houston area fox's matt fan is in a mire land which is near huston earnings had talking to people there while ago we also talked to a gentleman who said he for the first time ever hear juicing he abandoned his home entirely because the flood waters were rising just to facet he said that uh his wife and children packed into a car he brought his new over to his brother who lives in this neighborhood because he figures his brother's now going to need it he's already gotten about twenty to twenty five inches of rain so how much more rain could we see this as additional to what we've already got and while you're looking at some of these numbers climbing up to madiun another thirty inches 25 inches anyways added to what we've already seen fox meterologist adam clots and as the rain continues to inundate the area roads are turning into rivers.

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"25 inches" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"25 inches" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Now the latest from fox news historic flooding in texas i'm carmen roberts fox news floodwaters ravaging southern taxes causing thousands of rescue as like memories that gala taken away by like something that you don't expect to have woman rescued from piney point village 10 miles west of houston damages already catastrophic but forecast astra say it will get worse as tropical storm harvey lashes the area with rain for a few more days in houston first responders have been russ green people for more than a day this fireman says he saved at least thirty people that said man lava thurston then the city was very prepared for for disappointed i like a fairy begging our personal stuff out of here we got a new electoral farming more than one thousand people rescued from the houston area fox's met fan is in a mire land which is near huston and he's been talking to people there while ago we also talked to a gentleman who said he for the first time ever hear reducing he abandoned his home entirely because the floodwaters were rising just to facet he said that his wife and children packed into a heart he brought his trip new over to his brother who lives in this neighborhood because he figures his brother's now going to need it he's done is already gotten about twenty to twenty five inches of rain so how much more rain could we see this is a digital to what we've already got and while you're looking at some of these numbers climbing up to me the another thirty inches 25 inches anyways added to what we've already seen fox meterologist adam clots and as the rain continues to inundate the area roads are turning into rivers at.

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"25 inches" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"25 inches" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"News floodwaters ravaging southern texas damages already catastrophic but forecasters say it will get worse us tropical harvey lashes the area with rain for a few more days in houston first responders have been reduced queuing people all day this farmers says his group saved at least thirty people with that man lotta not a bit fishermen you know the city very prepared for her disappointed meghan our personal stuff out of here no a fireman liu more than one thousand people rescued from the houston area fox has matt fenice talking to folkston mayerling just outside houston while ago we also talked to a gentleman who said he for the first time ever here in houston he abandoned his home entirely because the flood waters were rising just too fast that he said that his wife and children packed into a car he brought his the new over to his brother who lives in this neighborhood because he figures his brother's now going to need it houston's already gotten about twenty to twenty five inches of rain so how much more rain could we see this is a digital to what we've already got and while you're looking at some of these numbers climbing up to maybe another thirty inches 25 inches anyway added to what we've already seen fox meterologist adam cloth the national hurricane center says some slight restring thinning as possible after harvey centers move two off the coast and that'll be happening monday night and tuesday hurricane harvey came ashore friday night in rock portects us many of those residents just now getting to see that the damage there was heartbreaking absolutely heartbreaking uh the whole downtown just a mess absolute mess our friends and.

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"25 inches" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"25 inches" Discussed on KELO

"Propokawa storm harvey lashes the area with rain for a few more days in houston first responders have been research rescuing people all day this farm and says his group saved at least thirty people that man la motte been thurston then you know victor city revert prepared for for disappointed you know like a big in our personal stuff out of here know we got a new electoral fireman dirt more than one thousand people rescued from the houston area fox is matt fan is talking to folkston mayerling just outside houston while ago we also talked to a gentleman who said he for the first time ever hear reducing he abandoned his home entirely because the flood waters for rising just too fast that he said that his wife in children packed into a car he brought his trip new over to his brother who lives in this neighborhood because he figures his brother's now going to need it he since already gotten about twenty to twenty five inches of rain so how much more rain could we see this is a digital to what we've already got and while you're looking at some of these numbers climbing up to maybe another thirty inches 25 inches anyways adding to what we've already seen facts that are all just adam cloth the national hurricane center says some slight restring strengthening as possible after harvey centers move two off the coast and that'll be happening monday night and tuesday hurricane harvey came ashore friday night in rock portects us many of those residents just now getting to see that the damage it was heartbreaking absolutely heartbreaking the whole downtown just a mess absolute mess our friends and neighbors are store a disaster egis price.

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