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"40 mile per hour" Discussed on KGO 810
"Easier for a campaign like Newsom's to target Just one person rather than all 46 candidates is orange to preparations are underway along the Texas Gulf coast for Tropical Storm Nicholas. Heavy rain, flash flooding and 40 mile per hour winds are in the forecast for areas around Galveston and Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner Putting his city on notice to people now is to be weather aware weather alert. Especially over the next. Let's say the next 72 hours between now and Wednesday. I know we'll be activating the Office of Emergency Management tomorrow. Nicholas could reach hurricane strength when it makes landfall sometime late Monday. A federal court in New York will hold a pretrial hearing Monday over sex assault claims from a woman against Britain's Prince Andrew Virginia. Jeffrey was 17 when she claims that she was trafficked and directed to have sex with Prince Andrew by two of his associates. London socialite And the late convicted sex offender, Jeffrey Epstein. On Monday a court in New York will review court documents from her team that say the prince has been successfully served notice of the lawsuit. So far. No one from the princess legal team has presented a case against her claims, and it is not yet clear if anyone from his side would even be present for the hearing on Monday, which will be held via teleconference. Julia McFarland, ABC News at the Foreign Desk. London Some familiar names in music earning honors at the video Music Awards Sunday night. Justin Bieber, one artist of the Year, Lil Nas x one Video of the Year, and Olivia Rodrigo named Best new artist. You're listening to ABC News. Approximately two students per classroom have food allergies school nursing, Kaleo spokesperson Kelly Barlow says. Now's the time to discuss how to ensure a safe return to in person. Learning this fall. All Children with life threatening allergies should have an anaphylaxis emergency.
"40 mile per hour" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Window world of Boston dot com. Now that his window world of Boston dot com look now at the WBZ four day AccuWeather forecast should take one. Look outside the morning. You know what's coming. We've got a tropical storm, not great visibility, and it's just really not going to get any better when the wind and rain start picking up. Later this morning. It's going to pack quite a punch Cape and the islands different parts of the South Coast and Rhode Island coastline could have anywhere from 40 mile per hour to 60 MPH gusty winds out there could cause some damage is, of course, power outages were going to be on top of it for you throughout the day. Only think about Elsa that we can look up to is. It's going to be out of here awfully quick. By this evening. It's out of here. Sunshine, more humid conditions tomorrow into the upper seventies. A chance of a shower thunderstorm and probably the best day of this weekend is going to be Sunday around 80 with sunshine and clouds will be staying mostly dry, seeing some pockets of thunderstorms right now in Bellingham, Massachusetts. Where at 64 degrees in 61 an end over in Boston 65 with showers. In Boston at 706 on WBZ NewsRadio. Well, some of the more severe weather that New England could see from else is going to be focused on Cape Cod and the prep there well underway as we hear from WBC's Tim Don. The Barnstable County Regional Emergency Planning Committee will be conducting a coordinated response to the storm in any severe weather it brings along with it. The committee supports the 15 towns in the Cape. In case things get out of hand and says the public should take their own precautions as well. Like anything we recommend you secure your deck furniture. We expect some downed power lines..
"40 mile per hour" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"News radio. Let's go to the roads 9 13. We do this every 10 minutes, and you could certainly use it. Today. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes How we looking, Laurie? Well, Jeff, Here's a sign that things are moving in the right direction. They have just lifted the 40 mile per hour speed limit restriction we had on the mass pike, which was between the New York border and Westfield, So it wasn't really close to Boston, but still we had it with us throughout the night. Now it's been lifted. That means things are looking better for us there now closer to town. We're continuing to deal with some big delays in Dataquest by mass. Pike still dealing with the car versus a tractor trailer crash just before 1 17. That's exit 1 17, which is route 30 there and data. Now the right hand, lane is blocked off. The eastbound side is slowing with curiosity, which is unfortunate. In Dorchester. Now, unfortunately as well north on expressway, we have a center laying crash right by seven hill Traffic is jammed from Freeport Street. There is a state police true cruiser. They're moving that crash off the highway onto Columbia Road as we speak, so there will be off the expressway North bound to Columbia Road. Lever connector still stuck. But that's no big surprise. Coming off a 93 getting artist oral drive your okay on the Tobin Airport tunnels are just fine for us right now. Traffic continues to be heavy, not jam. But heavy 95 north out between the pots of ST 93 still want to use extra caution out there slippery conditions, especially on the secondary roads. And the sidewalks out there, and delays continue for train 78 02 on the commuter rail. The Providence stowed in line about 15 to 20 minutes behind schedule. Laurie Granny WBC's traffic on the three Window world of Boston is the choice to make to save on energy bills every season, So beautify your home with award winning windows, doors, siding and roofing..
"40 mile per hour" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Is to give kids of color room to focus on the important things like school health and just being a kid. Johnny D. Augustine is 93.1 kfbk Sacramento region is seen near record high temperatures this afternoon is the warm weekend spills into Monday, meteorologist Eileen Devora tells us it's coming with a hefty dose of wind. You know, on the west side of the Valley. We've been seeing some pretty consistent Gus before sunrise. Past 40 MPH. In fact, out towards Fairfield. We had a wind gust of 49 MPH and these gusty conditions are going to continue into tonight and through the day tomorrow we'll still have dust in parts of the valley, especially around Sacramento and West. Up in that 35 to 40 mile per hour range. We're also expecting some significant wind to kick up for the mountains Come tonight. So at the ridge top of the Sierra, we could be talking just above 100 MPH. And it's just gonna be blowing around Tahoe early tomorrow morning, as well, with some waves even crashing on the West shore from that strong easterly wind that's going to blow through the Tahoe Basin. The officials expected issue public safety power shut offs for more than 6000 customers in parts of Fresno. Turned Madeira, Mariposa and Hillary counties in the next few days. That, of course, a result of the powerful winds and dry winter conditions. It's 506 on the KFBK Afternoon news. Thanks, Joe the possibility of a threat coming from inside the military, which is set to protect the president elect on Wednesdays inauguration more from CBS reporter Peter King. CBS News brief with two days until the inauguration and new concerns about possible insurgency within the National Guard, CBS's David Martin asks guard Chief General Dan Hokanson about it. You worried at all about the reliability of your.
"40 mile per hour" Discussed on KOMO
"Love Shriners dot or g'kar. Homo traffic from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Collusions effect on state route to nine heading South bound South home ish. This is in the area of 170 could street if you tell the collision investigation still taking up the rights, Elaine in the right shoulder there, cousin a little bit of hesitation. Meanwhile, we have an excellent in Seattle, south bound 99 year Alaskan way, taking up the right lane as well, a little bit hesitation that's in the area of Dearborn Street to beam or exact and on Snoqualmie Pass. The eastbound direction is closed right now. Westbound traction tires required. Fresh tires advised on Stevens Pass and white Pass direction. Tires required heading south down on blood. Well advised to the North Mountain. Our next report is a sudden 54. I'm Evan Smith. Come on Traffic. Your co Moh forecast. Good evening. Ryan Harris with your co Moh forecast are Syriza's storms continues, bringing lots of rain and some 30 to 40 mile per hour winds with gusts in the northwest interior part of our state highs around 50 lows mid forties in the lowlands with more snow in the passes until the weekend when it warms slightly and turns to mountain rain. That's the latest from the coma forecast teeth. This'd Brad Keselowski driver number two discount tire Ford Mustang Racing fans know that a quick pit stop to check the tires can give me the winning edge. The same is true for your car. Proper tire Tread helped keep traction on the road in everyday driving to check your tread..
"40 mile per hour" Discussed on WTVN
"To your knowledge. Did Miss Holmes know at the time she made those statements that Theranos could not do all those tests. Yeah, she seems traffic, weather sports and the mark blazer show on 6 10. W TVs. Okay. Stand by. We've got news as the vaccine news. Keeps getting better. Stand by for that. That's coming right up after we do A B C six first morning weather. So chief meteorologist Marshall McPeak is joining us now and Marshall starting tomorrow and the next few days. Going to be a nice spring Time and co us again, isn't it? Well, it is going to be much warmer. There is that, But there is going to be a very strong breeze. It is not going to be a strong is Sunday. But think about this if there are branches out there that Sunday's wind weakened. Tomorrow, with 30 to 40 mile per hour wind gusts That may be enough to go ahead and bring those down. So tomorrow is not a day You want to be on the ladder, putting up the holiday lights. It's just gonna be too windy. Even though you look out the window and go What a beautiful day Go for your tee shot. It's just gonna push it off toward three holes away, So just don't even 34 clear tonight. The wind starts to pick up tonight. Tomorrow. It's windy, but it's sunny and beautiful and 61. Then on Friday some some of the morning clouds in the afternoon still breezy 61. All right, Marshall. Thanks. It's 44 right now. Mark Blazer show and We are getting the news keeps getting better and better about the vaccine and from ABC News. Let's bring.
"40 mile per hour" Discussed on WTOP
"Pizza Square Because Ledo Pizza never cuts corners rich honor. W T B travelled rich. Thank you to NBC for Samara. Theodore Samara Bird. Yeah, really, though it's getting cold out here. We are seeing temperatures drop into the thirties out west along I 81 in areas like Winchester but in the D C metro areas on the upper forties, however, let me take a look at these wind goes real quick. 40 mile per hour wind us is what we're seeing at the moment in Washington, D C and to think it could get stronger overnight. We've gotta wind advisory of in effect tonight and then again through tomorrow at noon winds could gust up to 50 MPH. So please be careful. We had that water of that rain earlier saturate the grounds the trees could go down. Power outages are definitely possible. Lee spotty power outages through tomorrow. Highs tomorrow will be in their 50 were sunny for your Monday Tuesday. Election day. High temperatures in the mid to upper fifties still breezy, not is bad. We are finally seeing winds calm Wednesday and Thursday with sunny skies in the sixties. Right now in D. C. 49 41 in Gaithersburg and 43 in Frederick, Maryland tomorrow. Thank you very much. It's 49 degrees outside our studios brought to you by new look home design. No interest in no payments for six months after roofing installation in 10 21, a bizarre incident in Oxon Hill last night 17 year old Anthony Percy Luhan afford Washington may have stabbed himself to death. Police responding to a car crash on Indian head highway finding a woman covered in blood. She told police her son was trying to kill her, but also stabbing himself. After Lou Han was arrested, Police noticed two large stab wounds in his neck. He died at the hospital. With this election is going to affect us all in a number of ways and D C. Statehood could be at stake that b t O. P. S Mitchell Miller is on Capitol Hill the House this year.
"40 mile per hour" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Building. Now do you normally use the king of the haul Commuter ferry? Keep in mind that that service is suspended. Today We had a look over at the dock in the king of that was apparently damaged during yesterday's weather. Damage not apparent to us, but it is severe enough that they have to make repairs before service could resume. Crystal Duck for the bath Reinsurance copter. 95 North bound is heavy for about a half mile now getting onto 93 through. Can't and Lori granted busiest traffic on the three. Take a look at the four day W B c wacky weather forecast right now we check in with meteorologist Dean DeVore. All right. It's a pretty start now. It is breezy. Still some gusta 2025 MPH this afternoon will get up to about 40 Mile per hour. Gusts is we get to the O R? We've got 2025 MPH against this morning 40 mile per hour gusts expected this afternoon. Combination of that wind in the recent drought. Be careful out there Elevated risk of wildfires out there. Frost advisories out for inland areas later tonight into tomorrow after getting up in the loader mid sixties will end up in the forties near the coast, but thirties inland. And then still cool, though. Sixties tomorrow not as windy sunshine back to 75 Jeppe on sanity that looks good cooler, mid upper sixties, I think on Sunday, I make you whether you're almost instant aboard W B Z. Boston's news radio. It is 53 degrees here at sunrise in Boston, 13 minutes before CNN 15 minutes before Fox News News Nation broke the news to you. First on the news nation Now at the president and first lady Test positive for covert 19 download the free news nation now up today and stay connected 24 7 for breaking News and weather. Good morning 6 56 on the Ring Central News line. We're watching the Gulf of Mexico After barreling through Mexico a weekend Hurricane Delta is now making a beeline for the Louisiana Coast Governor John Bell. Edwards of Louisiana tells residents to get out of dog the day you need to be where you intend to be. As you ride out the storm and you need to be postured. However, you need to be posture. That storm is expected to regain strength and make landfall in Louisiana sometime tomorrow morning as a strong category to sunshine here in the sixties later But it's gonna be windy throughout the day with gusts of about 40 MPH later on this afternoon, coming up this morning on W B C news radio power out for thousands still this morning, and chainsaws are starting to buzz. Back in the Oval Office. The president's appearance comes with more questions than answers and who won the vice presidential debate. Online reviews say a fly may have stolen the show details.
"40 mile per hour" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Because you're off every other will. Absolutely, man. Absolutely well. Not too much out there to work out today and so far, good morning sundown. There's been a little breeze that East Northeast We've got a couple spotty showers. I think that's going to be in on the showers through the weekend, Low nineties of the afternoon. The low eighties at nights will stay warm. Stevie at night and chance each state or Sunday. About 2030%. Not a great chance. Certainly not going to see any significant coverage. Josephina 40 mile per hour Tropical Storm forecast to turn away from the U. S East Coast make effect Reviewed as we get into Yeah, Bermuda as we get into That midweek Next Excuse me, and then the other every boat, low pressure thunderstorm activity off the Carolina Coast just off the Hatteras. Now hooking it up to 50% chance of five days are becoming maybe a tropical depression outside chance. It becomes a game system tropical or subtropical, Manny so Either way we continue to rip on through these names and more on record case for the number of named storms so far this year. All right, my brother. Enjoy your weekend and enjoy your time off. Talk to next week 9 13 on NewsRadio. 6 10 W R I O T. Well, it was a wonderfully thought out piece of political theater yesterday, Joe Biden calling on governors to issue a three month mandatory outdoor mask mandate. Fine said experts said it could save 40,000 lives and he rightfully said doing so would allow kids to return to school sooner and businesses to reopen..
"40 mile per hour" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Have. Start saving here. It is called a 33 34 Bible. That's a 33 34 Bible 833 34 Bible Hurricane Aleida formed on Monday afternoon and continues to strengthen as a Category two hurricane. It's the first organized tropical system since Douglas impacted Hawaii. Almost two weeks ago, Aleida was located about 275 miles southwest of the southern tip of Baja California, Mexico. I was packing maximum sustained winds of 100 miles per hour. Aleida originated as a tropical depression and then strengthened to a tropical storm early on Sunday morning, with maximum sustained winds of 40 miles per hour. According to forecasters. The Category two storm is expected to weaken by Wednesday morning following closely behind A second feature is likely to develop during the second half of the week. Ah third potential development is in the Central Pacific Ocean and is slowly tracking westward and approaching the Central Pacific this week. The next storm names on the list for the East Pacific hurricane season are Fausto and Genevieve. This's USA Radio News. Now you can fly anywhere in the world and paid discount prices on your airline Tickets. Book of light today. Toe London terrorists, Madrid or anywhere else you want to go and pay a lot less guaranteed. Call the International Travel Department right now at low Cost Airlines 800 to 155141.
"40 mile per hour" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Inland temperatures will be in the nineties and be ready for gusty winds in the deserts from 30 to 40 miles per hour. A smoke advisory continues for portions of the inland empire and San Bernadino Mountains due to the apple fire. If you smell smoke or see Ash stay indoors. This is Bella and alien with NBC Force Today In Italy. It is 76 degrees. Intestine 75 in Huntington Beach, 75 in 1000 Oaks and 82 in West Covina. We leave local live from the 24 hour news room. I'm Leyla Mohammed. Then I'm acting. You know, we forgot Want. Watch? What We forgot. Yo, Semite, Semites some nights. Oh, right. That was the national Parks bill that the president signed today. He spoke of the Grand Canyon. He spoke of the beautiful, tall sequoias and your Semite CEO seven nights. That's too bad. That is too bad because it overshadowed what was A good positive thing. A couple of quick sports stories to tell you about Miami Marlins are set to resume play in Baltimore. Today They were the ones who at 21 members of their traveling party infected with Corona virus, including 18.
"40 mile per hour" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Radio. 85 degrees in Boston. That time o'clock Good evening. I'm Don huff. Here's what's happening. No longer a tropical storm as it now heads toward the Carolina is now a hurricane. We have data from a hurricane hunter aircraft as well as the no adoptable Raiders radars along the coast. That indicate that the maximum sustained winds has increased a little bit up to 65 not 75 miles per hour National Hurricane Center in meteorologist David Zelinsky. We expect that it's going to make landfall tonight. Somewhere near the border of North Carolina and South Carolina on then, from there, Well, it will weaken a little inland is going to bring some pretty substantial wind in packs and a lot of rain to really most of the U. S. East Coast over the next two days. Nothing easy. TV meteorologist Eric Fisher takes a look at what's expected for us in New England tomorrow night. The center is gonna track or right up the Hudson Valley in until western New England and that puts us on the eastern side of it. Now the eastern side of a tropical system is where the strongest winds are. Windows 35 to 50 miles per hour. Along much of coastline in eastern mass looks like the core of the strongest winds will be possible into Connecticut, Rhode Island and pushing into central Massachusetts as well. Some guys 45 to his height 65 miles per hour. Now it's different than a nor'easter because we have leaves. We also have a lot of stressed out trees because it has been very dry and very hot. This summer. Once he hit around 40 miles per hour, you start to knock down some trees on tropical storm warnings are up for southern New England, New Hampshire and Maine tomorrow night. Over 19 deaths in the U. S have surpassed 155,000 with more than 4.6 million cases of infection. President Trump taking aim on one of his top pandemic advisers here's ABC Sandy Field. The president tweeted that speaker Pelosi said terrible things about task Force director Deborah Burgs and that quote Debra took the bait and hit us pathetic..
"40 mile per hour" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Sports. The Mets were shut out by Atlanta for two Nothing Yankees over Boston 9 to 7. Your forecasts from the Ramsey Subaru Weather Center. Mostly sunny day today are high 87 overnight. Increasing clouds. Rain should begin around 2 a.m. The low 75 tomorrow 2 to 4 inches of rain, possibly six winds of 30 and 40 miles per hour. Wind gusts, possibly to 60 miles per hour. The high 78 Flash flooding in a storm surge possible of 2 to 4 feet Tuesday night. Tropical Storm conditions continue showers and thunderstorms. Salo 72 Wednesday mostly sunny skies. The highs 82 what's still a 40% chance of a shower or thunderstorm. That is your forecast from the Ramsey Subaru Weather Center, 78 partly sunny skies from the 77 W ABC News desk. I'm Deborah Valentine. Next. Updates at 9 30 streaming 24 7 on the All new 77 W A b c mobile app, Bernie and sit in the morning on All right. Here we are Our number four coming up. Russell's with you Along with Frankie five boroughs. Frank Murano, Hiss it again for burning and sit on talk Radio 77 W A. B. C. 808 for 89 to 2 to is the number That's 808 for eight W A. B. C. You know when you think about it that poor Ah, manager, 64 year old guy gets attacked with a hammer like You know,.
"40 mile per hour" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Home Thursday. Island Sheriff Paul Blackman found chances body while searching Lake Lilia more That's facing child neglect charges until the medical examiner can determine how the boy died. Tropical Storm Gonzalo is forecast to move over the southern Windward Islands this weekend and into the eastern Caribbean top sustained winds now down to 40 miles per hour. Gonzalo expected to dissipate by early next week with Florida's news I'm John Conrad. Electric bill to high tuned into the solar show this Sunday at 11 on WD News Radio six Tens Operation Storm Watch, 2020 is on W. Y O. D's raced agent from the Weather Channel has hurricane use to use certainly by the numbers off to an active hurricane season here in the Atlantic basin. But most of these storms have been Short lift Bertha Trouble to storm a 27th moved on shore in an hour Dolly gained its name is a tropical storm on June 23rd that became remnants pretty quickly. Less than 24 hours later made it through Eduard and now staring down Faye and a season that is still forecast to be well above average. Actually, Colorado State University, upping their total name storms to 20 averages 13 and everybody, including the Weather Channel, and Noah. Predicting an above average season due to neutral and or La Nina. Conditions in the Atlantic and limited wind shear from the Weather Channel meteorologist Race digit powered by the mental offered We Fight insurance companies Stay safe this hurricane season with NewsRadio 6 10 NBC six and W. Y o d dot com. This year is predicted to be a very busy hurricane season. Pick up your phone now and how 786 troopers for Pioneer Roofing Now's the time to have pie. A roofing come out and check out your roof. Piney roofing has been fixing homes and commercial rules for decades. Is that on the year when fly.
"40 mile per hour" Discussed on WTOP
"Theodore, everyone I am keeping a close eye on the radar because things gotten pretty active if you live a long and west of I 95. Right now headed a Frederick County, Maryland. Much of the county under some moderate to heavy rain, A CZ wells in parts of northern loud in and just to the northwest of Gaithersburg. Out in Poolesville, seeing some moderate to heavy rainfall there, So here is the gist of this evening. Oh, and also into Lu Ray. Back along I 81. We had some storms bubble up bringing very heavy rain at this point. Nothing is to be here but we are still seeing wind gusts in some of these storms 30 to 40 miles per hour as we head through the next couple of hours in the evening. There's a chance we're going to see some scattered showers and storms through this evening in the D. C measure area. We may even see some rain overnight as this disturbance continues to pass, and then tomorrow we'll be waking up to the chance for some rainshowers, so just be prepared for wet weather overnight. Tomorrow Highs will be in the upper eighties to around 90. Your Tuesday is going to be in the upper eighties around 90 as well. By Tuesday. We should be dry and mostly sunny. You'll notice a decrease of the humidity is well Wednesday highs around 90 mostly sunny skies 92 93 inside the Beltway. And then as we head into Thursday, our storm chance returns and are humidity levels go up again with highs in the low nineties, right now in D. C. 87 degrees 86 in Gaithersburg, 80 Foreign Frederick Thanks tomorrow brought to you by new look home design right now save 50% in all roofing materials. It's for 21. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos took another swipe in Fairfax County schools for their reopening.
"40 mile per hour" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Heart Miami advertising dot com. Now look back at this week in history on our heart Radio Thiss. Weekend 17 76 the U. S declares Independence in Philadelphia. The Continental Congress adopts the Declaration of Independence, which proclaims the independence of the United States of America from Great Britain and its King. Thiss Week in 18 90 Idaho has admitted to the union and becomes the 43rd state exploration of the North American continent mostly proceeded in word from the Atlantic and Pacific Coast. Word from Spanish, Mexico. Therefore, the rugged territory that would become Idaho long remained untouched by Spanish, French, British and American trappers and explorers jumping way ahead this week in 1997 after traveling 120 million miles in seven months, NASA's Mars Pathfinder becomes the first U. S spacecraft to land on Mars in more than two decades and an ingenious cost saving landing procedure passed finder used his parachutes to slow its approach to the Martian surface and then deployed air bags to cushion it. Pack hitting the ground at 40 miles per hour. The spacecraft bounced high into the Martian atmosphere 16 times before safely coming to arrest on sticking with the Martian theme. Also this week in 1997 the science fiction comedy movie Men in Black, starring Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones opens in theaters around the United States. The film grossed more than $250 million in America alone and helped establish the former sitcom star. Will Smith. Is one of Hollywood's most bankable, leading man. What happened? Thanks for listening to this week in history on my heart radio. I.
"40 mile per hour" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Know it can change your sleep to goto my pillow dot com promo code stories. Okay. When use radio time is 6 30 We're tracking an area of winds from weakening thunderstorms over southwestern Aurora, centennial and little, 10 9 miles southwest or southwest of Denver, moving north east at 45 miles per hour winds and excess of about 40 miles per hour. Will be moving over the Denver area right about now, Little or no rain is expected. Some locations include Denver, Aurora Thornton, Denver International Airport, including the terminal and Concourses will keep an eye on it for you tonight again. Strong thunderstorm winds from weakening thunderstorms causing 40 mile per hour guests. Ah measure it's on its way to the governor of Mississippi that will allow the removal of the Confederate emblem from the States flag, the state Senate passed the measure to remove the symbol. Yesterday. Our next update is coming up at seven. Cochell on Karen use Radio 8:50 a.m. and 90 for one. FM like country was nice, Tony, you're leaving Idaho Springs you're in about seven miles of stopping traffic frees up as you exit loss. It was about I 70 leave in Idaho Springs, still four miles worth of active traffic but does relinquish approaching Downey Ville earlier accident He's bound to 70 causing two miles back to traffic. Has been cleared. Fox really pinpoint whether thunderstorms that were weather calls isolated activity throughout this weekend, not to mention all next week with showers here, and they're unreasonable war tests will get harder by Friday. We'll be in the nineties by then retired 90 for today and little tonight of 60 right now it's 87. This support it sponsored by Dairy Queen Hey, D Q fans what happens when he makes world famous vanilla soft serve chocolate coated waffle pieces and chopped peanuts. The new drumstick Blizzard Treat happens is two favors in one tree. That'll kick your summer off, right Hurry in for university Blizzard treat today available Only a cute I'm ready. Reyes on cable news radio live everywhere in the I heart radio app. You'll see fireworks. When you visit your local Woodley's with their fourth of July sale, That's the best.