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"48 degrees" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"For, And I think if we do that, I think would be in a pretty good place. So happy Memorial Day. No, no, listen, the weather has been absolutely horrendous. 48 degrees. We had our fireplace on yet. I'm watching them that I'm not even gonna get into the Knicks right now. I'll get into the next later. Okay? Get into the next now. 48 degrees. Incessant rain. It rained literally, not misusing the word literally, literally. All night Friday. Khaled Day, Saturday and all day Sunday, so not only was it wet, but it was windy like you have these fifth and it was so annoying too, because we got these Guess it's about seven on these are provides for the backyard. We already have a bunch planted some of the big ones, but my wife went out. Of course she didn't really think toe. I popped them. She just buys him and now I've got to worry about it. But I appreciate the effort, honey, Uh, even if it was only halfway through, so he comes home with ease with about seven or eight or provide these and they are not not too big yet. They are priced. Think they're about Three ft and the other ones that I actually you know, bought and had planted last fall. Or maybe, like 12 ft. Like, legitimately pretty big, like a privacy thing. These are more aesthetics for the yard, which was which we've done some work for. So because it's so damn windy and because these things are imparted yet I have. I told you how many times I went to the backyard to pick these damn things up that kept blowing over. And I mean almost made 30 trips in the rain in my flip flops. Oh, my God. This weekend has been awful. I mean, hey, Sun's out Now as I start my show. Whoa! You pay, you know everybody's.
"48 degrees" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"And by two politi helping finance teams by modernizing and automating complex processes, so businesses can focus on strategies that matter more AT T I p A. L T i dot com to party We handled it. It's 1 18. It's 48 degrees. Sunny skies. This is fresh air. Let's get back to my interview with Barry Jenkins, who directed the 10 parts Serious. The Underground Railroad, which starts streaming on Amazon Friday. It's adapted from the Pulitzer Prize winning novel by Colson Whitehead. Barry Jenkins also directed. The film was moonlight and if Beale Street could talk Do you know anything about your own ancestors and their experiences of enslavement? Are there any stories that were passed on to the family or any, like documents are artifacts that remain. You know I do. What? I don't I don't know anything. Any actualized information I know to be honest, like nothing I can I can barely tell you. Who? My grandfather. My great great grandfather were s O. That's the literal answer, But I think figuratively through working on this project. I feel like I know them very well. I mean very well both through the research process of making this show and then being there in Georgia are background actors, which was filled with advisors. I mean, we hear all about the civil war and actors. These men, primarily white men who preserve all these muskets and To go to these forts. They reenact his battle scenes. But there are black people and the American South who do the same thing honoring the legacy of my ancestors. But oh, my God! Harry, making the show. My productions out of Mark Friedberg and on I said to him, I don't want CG trains. I don't want see GI tunnels and also the only thing that we've left standing because we won't acknowledge this history. Other plantation houses, But the spaces where my ancestors lived those things of all wasted away and so we rebuilt Theo entire slave quarters on a plantation. Built it from scratch Planet cotton planters, sugar cane, build, build shacks, the whole the whole deal, and these advisers came down and they trained our background actors and how to perform as my ancestors and Before making this show. If you had asked me, why was the Senate of I would have said, I'm the descendant of enslaved Africans on I have no problem with that. That's that's the fact of my existence. I think now that answer has evolved, and I'm the descendant of blacksmiths and midwives and herbalists and spiritualist. I mean, making the show no matter what happens with it, I don't know who's gonna watch it or for how long they'll stick with it. But the thing that brought me was this proximity, this closeness this reverence of my ancestor soon and that way, I would say yes, I know them very well. And how has that if it all Helped you see your own life differently. It's interesting and pre production for the show. I was standing in a cotton field. I mean, a massive cotton field. And I got really sad and really angry, and I debated the efficacy of even making this show of instead taking a little savings. I had buying the field, just burning it to the ground. And then I realized that there were people who look like me. Then it's student is very filled, and they could never have imagined that I would one day stand in the same field and create images. To honor them, and then I realized they must have realized they must have because there's no way they could have endured. There's no way they could have chosen to live without the possibility that they would beget Children who begat Children who begat Children. Who went Oscars and make shows in their honor. And so for me, it's made me very proud. Not that I wasn't before, but I mentioned the Twitter user before, who said No, I don't want to see any images of slaves. I want positive imagery. I now associate nothing with any images of my ancestors. After going through this process, I mean the strength. These people was absolutely amazing, Terry and I think it was one thing that's a goal of mine. And making this show is to re contextualize how we view my ancestors, you know? The show for me is about this character core Randall. It's not about her trying to vanquish slavery. It's about her trying to reconcile this hole in her heart that she feels by the sense of abandonment from her mother. I felt the same thing with my mother because for the 1st 25 years of my life I didn't understand why she didn't take care of me. I didn't understand why I was estranged from her. So Cora goes on this journey and we've done certain things to the show. We've created this journey where Cora understands the sacrifice and mother has to make Okay. Can I just stop for a second and say that Cora's mother had abandoned her in the sense that she fled enslavement? And left. Cora on the plantation and core doesn't understand. How could my mother have tried to flee to freedom? But leave me behind like that? Exactly. I felt the exact same way. You know, as a child, You only know what you know. So I'm looking at this book. It's all about parenting, and I'm doing all this research and then I hate to say this, but Kanye West goes in the TMZ and says slavery was a choice. I'm trying to unpack. I'm so angry. I'm in pre production on this show. When this happens, I'm trying to unpack Why he says this And I remember as a kid, you would say, Oh, if I was a slave I would've ran or if I was a slave. I would have done this sort of done. That, though. Is that where he's coming from with this idea of this choice? And then I realized he was a very militaristic operation, and we don't even get into it as well as we could, because we only spend an episode and a half on this plantation, but communication in the weaponry. One of the choices was everyone could've taken of arms and rebelled and everyone would have been slaughtered. And yet all those Children Terry would have been left behind. It is interesting because We're talking about sacrifice in the media a lot lately, often heinously as it related to George Floyd. I'm going to use the word sacrifice here, but I hope I could distinguish it from that. But I think the choice that my ancestors made and I filled us through the process making the show was the choice to live because had the taken any of those other options. All those Children would have been left behind. And there were Children everywhere, Terry it's worth one of things. I'm proudest of. And re creating these images. That is maybe a little bit different from the images that have come before us. We make sure that Children everywhere and if there was a choice, it was to live and protect those Children. Because by 18 85. There are men in Congress who were born into slavery because my assets protected those Children. And so for me, this shit was about we contextualizing them because I believe now making this show my ancestors are responsible for the greatest act of collective parenting. World has ever seen. World is ever seen. How's M okay? Possible without this act of collective parenting? How am I possible without his act of collective parenting, you know, in terms of the collective parenting As you're serious, makes clear. Like the Children were property. They were valuable. And if you were a plantation owner with enslaved people, you wanted them to have Children because it just added to the property that you had. Had added to the workers that you had enslaved or you could sell them. So I mean, there was there was a dollar sign on those Children. I mean, there was mean, but we were talking earlier about how the show relates to present day. I think the private president does. Your accomplice is the same way. You know, We need prisoners to fuel the system. And I think that's why so many so many means of both incarceration codes and And entrapment practices because I think it's a direct mirror of that, and even more to that point, the families were fractured a child would be born in the child would be sent somewhere else. This was systematic, And yet the child would always arrive somewhere and somehow a new family unit would be born. And this is crazy because we think of black families and I'm saying we I'm saying somehow through media could be imagery that were presented You think of black fathers is being absent. You know, we think of black mothers is being uncaring and nothing. Nothing could be farther from the truth because the fact of my existence is proof positive. At this parenting had to have taken place is why one of the images in the show And it's a completely innocuous image is of an enslaved black man sitting on a porch sewing a doll for two Children who he did not conceive, but whom he will raise as his own. Because black men did that black women did that My ancestors did that and I want to re contextualize it so that when we see them, we'll review them. This is what we see first and foremost. And the condition of their enslavement. You know, Right now we're referring to them as enslaved, which I think is very honorable and worthy. But it takes the onus off of who they were in places it on what was done to them, and I want to get to what they did. What they did was protect all those Children, Terry. I want to talk more about your Syriza's and your life. But first we have to take a short break. So let me introduce you here..
"48 degrees" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Dot org's slash transplant. New Jersey one of 1.5 instant weather. Cloudy overnight with Raina times Close me up or forties rain comes to an end a slate Sunday morning, leaving behind clouds and some sunshine for the afternoon is the winds pick up high and low to mid sixties. Clear and breezy Sunday night lows in the lower 40. He's mostly sunny, nice and breezy on Monday, with highs in the mid sixties and filling even warmer on Tuesday, with clouds and sunshine highs, reaching the lower seventies. I'm meteorologist car Erickson. It's 48 degrees in New Jersey. New Jersey one a 1.5 fast traffic and instant weather every 15 minutes, New Jersey one on 1.5 our own radio station in New York, not Philadelphia, Proud to be New Jersey. We want one boy. Go. Yes. In pocket. Don't bother. I'm gonna use it intention really? Maggie. Thank you Make, you know, dumb new Shoot, Mr Mooch shot. I've been diving deeds to.
"48 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"10 days till Election Day, eight days A week from tomorrow, the NFL draft in Cleveland in early voting day three. What? That winter was over, didn't you? Ms McCurdy? I really did. Well, not so much guess that fat rodent was right. Because, uh, I don't like this. That wind is brutal It is and it's picking up out there. I walked outside a minute ago just to check on it in the flags that are at half staff are just ripping right now. Yeah. And hopefully it's one more day. Maybe my allergies can't take much more. Apparently, that's the case for everyone. It's pretty thick out there, whatever's in the era, it's Oh, Paul in whatever. It's just Yeah. I don't like it. Yeah, I don't like it. I'm ready for summer. Let's get it underway. Let's go ahead and get traffic and weather while it looks like we're off to a fantastic start seeing any unusual delays to tell you about we do have that ongoing construction, though. Over on the East side effects. Both sides of I 10 eastern westbound from foster Road look 60 mil before they are adding multiple lanes, and they're expected to have that completed sometime late next year. Have to see any traffic problems called two of those 75 26 So one Michael Scott NewsRadio 1200 wh Y I. Partly cloudy. Partly sunny today windy highs only the low seventies tomorrow afternoon showers. There's a chance of that highs right around 70 degrees, and on Friday thunderstorms a very good chance of that hides in the I love the mid eighties 48 degrees Well, it's not known how much time he'll spend in prison. Derek Shelvin, former police officer in Minneapolis, guilty On all counts in the death of George Floyd we the jury in the above entitled matter as to count one unintentional second degree murder while committing a felony. Find the defendant guilty we've had during the above, entitled matter is to count to Third degree murder, perpetrating an eminently dangerous act. Find the defendant guilty. We, the jury in the above entitled Matters to count three second degree manslaughter, culpable negligence, creating an unreasonable risk. Find the defendant guilty. So that's how it went yesterday when the verdict was read by the judge in the case.
"48 degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio
"48 degrees at 10 32. Good morning. I'm James Sears. How taking the Johnson and Johnson Vaccine out of rotation will affect America's vaccination plan. First look at W. J in traffic right now, and our area expressways and always are looking good right now. In South Austin neighborhood. Police are investigating a suspicious package on a Madison Street at South Laverne. So traffic heavy in that area. But everything else is looking good at this hour with a pause on the Johnson and Johnson vaccine by the FDA and CDC will not have a significant impact on the overall vaccination plan here in the U. S. And that's because the JJ vaccine makes up less than 5% of the recorded shots in arms in the U. S so far. Jeff Zions says there's coordination with state and federal partners to get anyone scheduled for that change. A shot quickly rescheduled for Fizer or Madonna Vaccine. Derek Showman's defense attorneys, now presenting his case show in the former Minneapolis police officer accused of killing George Floyd last year after holding his knee on his neck for more than nine minutes. Closing arguments are likely to start on Monday. The casket carrying the body of Capitol Police Officer William Billy Evans is lying in honor in the U. S Capitol Rotunda. He was killed a week and a half ago when a man ran to him and another officer with his car at the Capitol Security checkpoint. Evans is a 18 year veteran of the force will become just the fourth Capitol police officer to ever lie in his honor. And right now the president is speaking in a ceremony right now at the Capitol about the officer. This just in President. Biden has talked with Vladimir Putin and apparently raised concerns about the Russian military build up on the Ukraine border, and we will keep our eye on that for any more developments and about 38 million Americans say they're worse off now than before the pandemic began, a new poll found. 55% Americans say their financial circumstances are about the same now is a year ago, 30% say their finances have improved, but 15% say they're worse off the problem, more pronounced that the lower income levels No Dogg and Sports The Blackhawks Mrs Detroit Thursday the per game of Chris Boden at six. The face off at 6 30, which on white imminent Troy Murray on 7, 20, WGN and WGN radio dot com. The Sox play Cleveland tonight. The.
"48 degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"W I. B. C It is 5 48 almost 5 49 on this Wednesday. We have a few isolated showers at across parts of central Indiana. Other than that, we're going to see dry conditions for the rest of the day. So a couple more hours of just these few isolated showers. We've got some moving in across that part northeast of Marion County, right around Lawrence, just to the east of Greenfield. A few light showers for you in the Anderson and Muncie area and then a little bit further southward along 37. We have a few of those light showers moving in across parts of Martinsville, so very early this morning after you spotty showers. Otherwise, look for some cloud cover. It's gonna be a cooler start to the day with temperatures into the lower forties. It's also a bit breezy out there, too. We've got winds out of the north and northwest anywhere between 10 and 15 MPH. They made gusta times. In the next couple of hours up to about 20 and 25 MPH. So a bit of a breezy day anticipated today like what we had yesterday as well. It's just not going to be as warm Temperatures are going to be staying into the forties. Right now it is 40 degrees in South Bend got some clearing skies. Also in Chicago at 39, mainly cloudy conditions. The few light showers in Indianapolis around 42 46 in Bloomington and close to 50 degrees in Evansville. As we take a look at future cast. I want to show you that we're going to start off with a few light showers and some cloud cover this morning, We'll get a little bit of sunshine and then a mix of sun and clouds throughout much of the afternoon today. It will be a dry for the afternoons. Just gonna be cooler in breezy yesterday. We made it up to 74 degrees. Today, We're gonna be running about 20 degrees plus colder still little bit below normal about 42 degrees at eight. A.m. 47 by lunchtime and highs today will be the upper forties. Close to that 50 degree mark with those winds again out of the northwest between about 10 and 15 MPH. It's about 48 degrees in Indianapolis Lower fifties for Evansville in Louisville. And up to 42 degrees in South Bend. Later tonight, temperatures are going to fall into the twenties. It's gonna be a cool and chilly start to your Thursday morning. In fact, we do have a freeze warning in effect for southern Indiana and parts of Kentucky as well. Moving into Thursday, we'll look for a partly cloudy sky and notice and feature cast painting a little bit of blue. Yes. There is the potential the sea. Ah little bit of a few flurries here there, especially across northern Indiana during the day tomorrow. High temperatures tomorrow only around 40 in Indianapolis and 34 in South Bend in your Chapman, heating and cooling 80 forecast way, have a warm up heading this way. 50 degrees on Friday with some sunshine. And how about some sixties for Easter Weekend on Saturday near 70 on Sunday and lower seventies heading into early next week, it is 5 51 right now. Good morning to Stephanie. How the traffic conditions looking Good morning.
"48 degrees" Discussed on KOMO
"Temperature now 48 degrees and you're in the middle of 20 Minutes of nonstop news on comb. Oh, it's six. Oh, six. State officials have confirmed that everyone 16 and older in Washington state can get in line for a covert 19 vaccine. By May. 1st. The Seattle Times reports the state Department of Health has accelerated its tiered approach to vaccine eligibility. After President Joe Biden earlier this month directed states to make the vaccine available to all adults nationwide. By then, the state's vaccine prioritization guidance, which has opened vaccines to healthcare workers, long terror, long term care residents, People 65 older and others. Hadn't clarified whether Washington would comply. Well as the state gets ready to open covert vaccinations to the next group. There is a call for those currently eligible to get their shots to hurry up. And do so Come was Keith Eldridge Taik with Ben cheer of the Kennewick, Mass vaccination site. And has those new developments some areas of the state it's still really difficult to try to find a vaccine appointment. In other areas, though the demand is slowing down. For instance, Kennewick there were 800 available appointments. But when the mass vaccination site opened at the fairgrounds, there were only 400 People signed up for the good news is they eventually got enough people to show up, so no vaccines went to waste, and they actually administered over 900 doses. It's an indication that in some areas the demand is slowing. Well, we've actually been kind of slowing down a little bit anyway. Not really Sure we're still looking at those numbers to decide. You know, maybe if we're hitting a saturation point Art by county area here. Or if it was just kind of that long. We got the got the people done that really wanted it done. And now we're just getting down to the people that need it or want it. On as opposed to those people that just really had to have it. The State Health Department is encouraging anyone who is now eligible to get one of those appointments before next Wednesday, because that's when the next year phase one B becomes eligible. That's two million people, including those people with too warm or cold or abilities, 60 years of age and older. Those living in congregate settings and additional workers and congregate setting such as restaurant workers and those in construction and manufacturing. That update from comas Keith Eldridge. School district say family should follow CDC guidelines for spring break travel Almost Charlie Harder. Asked one of the state's public health leaders about those recommendations. Lazy. Fehrenbach is the state deputy secretary of health for a covert 19 response. She tells us we are making a lot of progress. But the virus is still with us, and the best advice is to stay home and not travel. They're still risk travel increases your chance of spreading and getting covert 19 and the safest option for your family. Your loved ones the community you live in, and any community you're considering traveling to is really to stay home carrying boxes. If you must travel, get a covert tests before and after.
"48 degrees" Discussed on WTVN
"Severe weather station news radio 6 10 w T V and Jury selection in Minneapolis postponed today in the case against former police officer Derek Shoven. Which Peter Cahill decided to put off the start of jury selection until released tomorrow. While the question of whether to allow a third degree murder charge against show Van's pending and charge is currently under review by the Minnesota Court of Appeals. Children's a former police officer accused of killing George Floyd in Minneapolis. He faces murder and manslaughter charges. Americans could see stimulus payments hit their bank account within days of President Biden, citing the covert relief bill everything in his package designed to relieve the suffering. To meet the most most urgent needs of the nation and put us in a better position to prevail in previous pandemics, stimulus bills, The IR S started sending out the second round of $600 payments three days after then President Trump signed the bill in late December. The process will largely be the same here, but it's possible that tax filing season could slow down the process. Those whose bank information is on file with the IRS would likely get the money first because it would be directly deposited into their accounts. Others may receive paper checks or prepaid debit cards in the mail. I might buy Our two local school districts being affected by covert. Today, a shortage of substitute teachers closed several schools and you all intend your local school district that includes Berlin and Orange High School's district also canceled all after school activities. Today. Many district teachers were unavailable to work after receiving a Corona virus vaccine. Also the Baxley City School district now requiring students and staff to double mask, a statement from the district says a single and 95 mask We'll also work Oh, hi Lieutenant Governor John Houston, accusing the Cleveland Teachers Union of going back on their word. The union voted Thursday night not to return to in person instruction this week, basically going back on their word, and so we're going to spend the next couple days interacting trying to create an environment where they understand that this is a necessity that this is important you, stead said Cleveland school personnel jump to the front line to get vaccines and return for going back to school in person. March 1st. Europe say the vaccine was only one part of the solution. President Biden said to sign two executive orders aimed at promoting gender equality and equity throughout the federal government. One order sets up a White House Gender policy Council. White House statement says it will come back systemic bias and discrimination, including sexual harassment. The other goes after sexual violence in the field of education. Radio 16 w TVN SPORTS This Buckeye Basketball updated service, The Legacy Retirement Group, The Buckeyes falling in the new polls because of the season ending four game losing Street, but a new season starts Thursday when they open the big 10 tournament. I want you to face the winner of Wednesday's Minnesota Northwestern game if they win that would face producer on Friday at last night's NBA All Star Game. Former Buckeye and Utah guard Mike Conley, runner up in the three point shooting contest, losing to Steph Curry, who nailed the final shot to win it. There's Blue jackets updated service of Buckeye Express Logistics jackets back in action tomorrow night against Florida attendants will be allowed to more than double starting tomorrow, with nearly 4500 in nationwide from the central aisle, $100. Sport, stash back recordings, radios, extendable, utv and kind of nice few days in store with today, mostly sunny, mild and breezy hype. 60 degrees clear and chilly tonight below 40, but more sunshine. Breezy conditions tomorrow high of 62 just a slight chance for rain Wednesday. It'll be cloudy and breezy and Ah, hi, it's 65 right now. Mostly sunny. 48 degrees that your severe weather station I'm Scott.
Seattle Weather: Wet with showers diminishing over-night
"Center of wet weather today with Chance of rain in the morning turning to showers in the afternoon. The high temperature expected about 45 degrees overnight. The showers start diminishing and that will lead us into a partly sunny day tomorrow with a high temperature about 48 degrees Thursday and Friday. Also feature a slight chance of a few showers really went this morning, especially in the Aberdeen and Hooke William areas. Olympia getting some light rain and we're getting a little light rain in the Seattle area right now. 46
"48 degrees" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"The W B A P Weather center. Some spotty showers around the heaviest. I see. They're pretty light are from Lake Arlington. Down through old sub. Let Mansfield area through a southeastern Tarrant County. Spotty sheriff also up along to 89 Preston of Hebron to Frisco and also some spotty showers over Lake Worth. It's gonna be like this all day with a high of only 51 low tonight, 45. And more of this tomorrow with a high of 65 right now and going to be a p, It is 48 degrees 6 23 w b, a p A. Can we bring money and real quick money. Let's see some story about a plane landing in the road. And I know this, right? This one. I know right now. It ain't much sorry. I know there's not a plane on the roadway right now. Okay? I cannot find Anything about it happening last night, But I am still trying to figure it out all over social media. And then he said, no details like you're saying that it was a plane on it. I know. And I don't know if it was 1 35 or what? But it was it was in Denton over. Well, they said it was closer to Gainesville. I think it's okay. That sound right to you. But I have been looking through every single resource that I have for that area so far, I can't find it just Mother. Just been a touch and go there might have been might have been in touch and go. That's the place to do it. Yeah. Wait. This isn't around Midnight. Yeah. Weighs around D. Jakes is closed. Keep Yeah. That's the only package store opened. Remains will stop here. Exactly. All right. Cool. If you find out more than I will keep looking. How you know this? My pillow guide. Uh, Mike Lindale had a big time supporter of Donald Trump, you know, spend a lot of money on the Trump campaign. Did you see what he said yesterday that there's some major change now that air dropping his brand because it was a trump supporter. Exactly. Yeah. Big Neon Cole's here in the state of Texas HPV. Wayfair. They're all dropping it. Kid. They're they're dropping him because Politics? Yes. And there you go. So you know, it's We'll see where that stuff's is Stop with troubled is, is it because he's Republican and two and conservative? I think the cancel culture is here to stay. I don't think it's gonna be Slowing down anytime soon. Now, the cancel culture is everything conservative? No, not necessarily. Could be anything anybody disagrees with, you know. Yeah, that's but it seems to be It seems to lean to the right. I've been to the Get conservatives here. I'm trying to say Yeah. I mean, he could work both ways, though, if if you decide that You don't like H E B's policy against Michael and L've, and we'll cancel a cheap beer. You know, I was not shot. They're probably not that before. How that you don't watch movies that have certain actors now, right? Ives's. You brought that for something? That's you know, that's part of the cancel culture, right? Uh, when was the last time you watched Tyrone Power Tyrone Power. I don't know. So I think it I mean, you know, we hear that all the time. We hear, you know, Conservative groups saying, Hey, avoid shopping at that place because they do this. Yeah. No. Yeah. A liberal group saying, Avoid shopping at that place because they do that. I don't watch this, but you know, so I mean, it's on both sides. But I don't think the cancel culture is going away anytime soon. It's here. It's Zaheer for a while. Yeah. Forever. Smile. Six. Yeah, probably so coming up here at 6 45. Jim Carafano is going to join us How? Let's find out what the rest of the world thinks about Inauguration Day and the incoming administration. They got some work to do. Including 17 executive orders. Which, well, they restore some Obama policies. The Jim Carafano might have an issue with will do that. It's 6 45, Nicolo say, Has the 6 30 news. Next Tarrant County prepares to expand its vaccination efforts stories next You know good feats of the store that we've talked about here for several months in W B, A P. 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"48 degrees" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"From the horizon and should be visible each evening before twilight ends in the West. Southwest Sky. The triple conjunction should last through next Monday night. Jennifer Jones Lee Ko Phi News, So Cal Weather from K F. I am mostly sunny, weekend windy with highs in the sixties and seventies. And right now, Calabasas is reporting 57 degrees. Arcadia checks in with 50 degrees. ELISA Vallejo had 47 It is 48 degrees in the city of orange. We lead local KF eyes 24 hour news room. I'm Bill Seward. Good morning, updating your drivers. You make your way in and around the South Lawn. Nothing major going down outside of count Trans work right now South on side of the four or five at Jamaica and Mission Hills North house off the 1 18 through west away towards the 10 Looks like about 15 to 20 minutes for your driving the north outside of the four or five out of Orange County through L, a county Seal beach to Sherman Oaks. Actually the 605 to the 101 37 to 40 minutes for your drive westbound side of the 91 out of downtown Riverside. If you make it through, and I'm in Fullerton to the five that'll be about 37 to 40 minutes for the drive. You find this guy helps get you there Faster. I'm Nick Polio. Keeney. Innovation refunds dot com is a firm that specializes in applying for a government program that rewards companies that are growing or improving. They just got my business partner in me a six figure tax rebate from the I. R S and the State of California. That's no small deal. Now this program rebates some of your expenses associated with simply being more competitive. These are deductions, their actual cash.
"48 degrees" Discussed on KTRH
"57 Right now it's down to 48 degrees and clear Ktrh Dnm Leasing 24 hour Weather Center. This news brought to you by top tax defenders. Key Terry's news time. 6 31 Our top story vice President Mike Pence will roll up his sleeve Friday to get the Corona virus vaccine in front of cameras. Move will help promote the vaccine safety and efficacy and hopes of building confidence in the American people. He'll be joined by second lady Karen Pence, as well as the surgeon general, who both also get the vaccine. Meantime, President Trump will reportedly hold off getting the vaccine until the White House health team recommends it. America's six biggest veterans groups want to see a new leader at the Veterans Affairs, the group wrote to the White House, urging Secretary Robert Wilkie to be fired after a watchdog report found he played down a congressional aides alleged sexual assault at of a building coalition called it a tremendous breach of trust among veterans, adding Wilkie needs to be held accountable. A huge winter storm continues to creep up in the East Coast. Snow was falling across New York City from the North Eastern that's already dumped a lot of powder over Philadelphia. It's expected to get worse overnight, bringing as much as 2 Ft of fresh snow to some areas. News on demand to ktrh dot com Or next update at seven o'clock breaking information as it happens up next more Michael Berry, I'm Wyatt Goolsbee with NewsRadio, 7 40 ktrh. Peaceful vibes. Spectacular views lives just a little sweeter this time of year at the central coast of North Carolina, Treat yourself to a cozy get away and take in the crisp.
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"Of the top at 30 past each hour on news radio w F L A After our coldest starts in January. We'll stay cool. Moving through our Wednesday sunshine expected throughout the day, but high temperatures struggling just to get back up into the low sixties, little bit milder than yesterday. At least overnight. Tonight it gets chilly, but not nearly as cold will drop back into the upper forties for Thursday, a nice warm up back to average temperatures, Sunshine the mid seventies. Another Cold front moves in late Friday into Saturday with showers and cool down for the weekend. I'm Max to venerate meteorologist in Oliver. The UV index is too right now. Mostly clear 48 degrees in ST Peter's were 40 and Clearwater and 41 Nature. Severe weather Station News radio. W F L A Next update at 7 15 on Chris drank bang. What you're about to. This is am Tampa Bay with Jack Harris, Aaron Jacobson, Katie Boo Chino and Natalie A Quilliam on use radio. Tell you F L A Good morning, Wednesday morning here the peak of the weekend 7 10, and the first thing we want to do is get you where you're going here with the help of John Thomas. From the mosque East on Traffic Center. We have an accident I for westbound at the notice ASA Road, and there's an accident in Hilter on Sheldon Road at Citrus Park Drive. This travel reporter sponsored by.
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"48 degrees in Boston at 10 o'clock. Good evening. I'm Dan Walk ins. Here's what's happening. Suffolk County D A. Rachel Rollins accuses a judge of continuing to violate a standing order that allows certain defendants to appear in court virtually because of covert 19 as WBZ. Suzanne saw Jill reports those second for the second time in two weeks. Rollins has filed an emergency petition with a Supreme Judicial Court judge. To stop him. In October, Boston Municipal Court Judge Mark Somerville ordered that a defendant appear in person and issued an arrest warrant when he wasn't Then two weeks ago, a single justice of the Supreme Judicial Court granted the petition We found to say, knock it off Judge Summers all you have to comply with the standing order and vacate the warrant that he issued. Then on Friday, Roland says Somerville did it again. He could not be reached for comment. But Rollins says something needs to be done to rein in what she calls rogue judges. We're gonna hold the police accountable. Let's hold judges accountable as well and make sure that there's some sort of transparency about what's going on there, she says. Someone who's in control needs to take control. This is a public health crisis and was the wild West over there. Suzanne Saz Ville WBZ Boston's news radio, world leaders participated virtually at the Saudi hosted G 20 summit. Did efforts to fight the pandemic and a global recession dominating talks. CBS is Chip Reid reports that President Trump participated in the Webinar style meeting on the first of two days. Not surprisingly, President Trump was tweeting about his efforts to overturn the presidential election results, he wrote quote We will show massive and unprecedented fraud. But what was surprising So that he was tweeting about that, at the same time that he was participating with foreign leaders in a G 20 summit. Soon after that the president headed for the golf course. Instead of participating in a session on fighting the global pandemic that was Chip Reid reporting, the latest on a potential covert vaccine as numbers spike in all 50 states. Both Fizer and Madonna now have potentially viable vaccines. Visors vaccine is being submitted to the FDA for emergency use. Author Realization, But Donna is not far behind them. ABC So in love it, Lopez has more. If approved, visors vaccine could come before Christmas. Both fighters right maternal reported no serious side effects in their clinical trials, both requiring two doses of the vaccine if authorized for emergency use off the 20 million Americans could get vaccinated. By the end of the year now. Normally, the process to approve a new vaccine can take about a decade. But the federal government is using various methods to dramatically speed up the process for covert 19 vaccines. It's 10 03 traffic and weather together now, starting with the Subaru Retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes with Jack Hart. How's it going, Jack? Back to bad, Dan. We do have a crash right now. Ruth three heading South bound in Marshfield, that just south of route 1 39 couple of cars involved in that situation. It is backing up a little bit, so be careful as you head in through there. Otherwise, roots 95 24 down to the south. Doing well, all is well out to the Western Good shape on routes. 1 92 90 Mobile to work showing up on 2 90 eastbound by Lake Lyn Sigman That's in Shrewsbury, just causing a very short delay happening up to the north from pretty good shape on routes. 93 3 traveling route 95 from Salisbury right into downtown right into Peabody. All is well. Going down Route one. You'll hit a snag. Once you get past route 16 and Revere and continuing down towards the Tobin Bridge in Chelsea. We do have some crews out there. Stretch of that road way will be closed down Traffic, detour it off the road and then back on. It's gonna be a little confusing. But you're gonna be okay. Follow the signs, and all will be well. Downtown looks pretty good. Inbound on store drive short delay at the leverage Circle. I'm Jack Hart WBZ 24 Hour Traffic network. And here's Bob Summer Book with the forecast colder tonight with patchy clouds low 34 downtown to the upper twenties for inland suburbs Tomorrow will be chillier morning sunshine, followed by afternoon clouds high of 44 couple of showers around later tomorrow night, otherwise slowly rising temperatures on Monday. Clouds and breezy some rain and drizzle high 56 Tuesday. Some sunshine Brisk in Chile High 42 Wednesday will be dry, then ring likely Wednesday night and Thanksgiving Day. Hi Wednesday in the forties, reaching into the upper fifties for Thanksgiving Day. I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Bob Smart Back WBZ Boston's news radio Effective Today. Maine and New Hampshire are no longer considered to be lower risk for covert 19 under the Massachusetts travel rules, that means upon arrival to Massachusetts from those states. Only the quarantine for two weeks or present a negative test from within 72 hours of arrival. That leaves only Vermont and Hawaii exempt from the rule, and it also throws a wrench into a lot of people's Thanksgiving plans, as health officials continue to advise people to stay home for the holiday. Tonight's winning lottery numbers and Massachusetts 5736. That's 5736 in sports. Gordon Hayward has signed a four year $120 Million contract with Charlotte Hornets, The 30 year old swing man spent the last three seasons with the Celtics and tweeted out.
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"The ramps at North Avenue and also up to Northern Parkway. Help sway with the rain A little bit slower now throughout the area as we get under way quicker with traffic and weather on the threes, Talk radio 6 80 doubled you see BF Slowly We're drying out. Just a few light rain showers this morning. Otherwise just a cloudy cool day 52 lots of sunshine tomorrow and still cool 51 Sundays Warmer. Partly cloudy with a few showers. Two by Sunday meteorologist Terry Smith from the Weather Channel for talk radio. 6 80 WCBS breaking normal by catching up with old friends and tracks limited bookings on reserve trains ensure space for distancing strict mass required policy and in heads. Cleaning protocols help to keep you safe. When you're ready to travel. Amtrak is ready for you now at Amtrak dot com. Right now. Middle River 48 degrees and little bit of rain. Ellicott City. It's dry there 46 right now. Baltimore 51 degrees and you are now up to date on the morning vibe with Casey and Elliot Charles saying, and this is the Fox business report. Major tech firms announced strong earnings for the summer quarter. However, Apple is not offering a forecast for its business, and Amazon says it's costing more to operate the company because of the Corona virus. Delta Airlines and its pilot's union have reached an agreement that will prevent furloughs until January deal still needs to be approved by its nearly 13,000 pilots. The plan is to cut minimum guaranteed hours by 5% European airline Air France KLM is cutting flights for the winter and his warning of significantly lower earnings for the last three months of the year. The airline lost nearly $2 billion in the summer quarter. You'll pay more for a Netflix subscription new customers will now 13 99 a month for its most popular.
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"Chaos 62 of black horrors, Pike. A harbor town. Show me one on 1.5 news. Time for 09, Now New Jersey You want a 1.5 instant weather. We are now diving into the period of strongest wind in Zetas passage here we actually get a lull in the driving rain this evening, but 30 to 40 Mile an hour wind gusts will blow around your garbage can and Halloween decorations. It'll still be damp tonight and then one more push of moderate to heavy rain expected tomorrow morning. Let's say between 4 A.m. and noon Coastal flooding. Also a potential issue tomorrow on the back side of this system with minor to localize moderate flooding during high tide, especially in the 7 A.m. hour along the oceanfront temperatures tomorrow, Chili stuck in the forties all day and we should see clearing skies in the afternoon Saturday morning, we face our first widespread frost or freeze of the season that's away from the immediate coast. I'll do better Saturday afternoon. Good news for trick or treaters across New Jersey with mostly sunny skies, calm winds and high temperatures around 50 from the Edison heating and cooling weather desk. I'm Chief meteorologist Dan zero Morristown 48 degrees Summers 480.65 scat Away, 50. Download our mobile app for breaking traffic. Whether a news alerts sent to your smartphone it's free from New Jersey. One a 1.5, New Jersey one a 1.5 Our own radio station, New York Not Philadelphia, proud to be New Jersey. New Jersey chime time. It is for 10. It's a Thursday. We are d indeed, immensity and Doyle. I'm just a man named Bill Doyle. Well, we're going to cover number things coming up still to come. We brought this up for a.
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"Second bridge up to on 28. All those delays on Rue one have eased out my king Double D B Z is traffic on the threes. And we go to AC you others. Daniel, Middle with the four day forecast what we will be turning out rather cloudy across the entire area tonight, and a little bit of rain will be forming late as well below tonight. 45 for tomorrow. Plenty of clouds with a bit of rain and drizzle High 55 Mostly cloudy tomorrow night, saying a bit damp with a low of 49 degrees. Cloudy for Tuesday. Can't rule out seeing a shower a little bit of drizzle. 53 degrees that on Wednesday, we'll have sunshine mixed with some clouds. High 52 degrees Mac you other meteorologist Daniel Middle W. B. Z, Boston's news radio. It is 48 degrees and Boston at 4 54. Over any Armas. Today. The Cape Cod arts community gets a large and unexpected gift on anonymous donor gives local cultural group $6.4 million for the next coming years. It's the largest ever donation given to the Cape Cod Foundation. Officials say the funds will be divided into four endowments for various sectors. 4.5 million of it going toward Visual arts Police are investigating after a summer set store that sells Trump merchandise was vandalized. On Friday. Police say someone spray painted phrases including Forgive and antifa sad on the outside wall of New England for Trump Store on Grand Army Highway Source, one of a chain of New England for Trump stores across the region. No other damages. Reported. A man in Michigan makes one of the best mistakes of his life. CBS's Liza Matteo explains. Sameer Mas. Ahem, of Dearborn Heights, says it all started when he was saving numbers on a lottery app After buying a $2 ticket for the mega million's game.
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"Group station. 48 degrees had four o'clock. Good morning. I am Steve Roxton lost seven icon on the U. S. Supreme Court. Look at G and traffic. Let's take you to the Dan Ryan. This would be out about an accident with the exit ramp block. This is in the local lanes eastbound at 47 Street. So watch out for that one. Our nation is mourning the loss of U. S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She lost her long battle against cancer. On Friday. She was 87. ABC is Aaron Carter Ski Looks back at our life begins, very was a legal pioneer. Long before she was nominated to the Supreme Court in 1993 by President Bill Clinton. I am proud to nominate for associate justice of the Supreme Court. Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. At her confirmation hearing, Ginsberg addressed head on her support of abortion rights. This is Something central to a woman's. Life to her dignity. Ginsberg was the court's eldest justice and once joked, emulating John Paul Stevens, who retired at age 90, Aaron Carter Ski, ABC News and News Nation. Reports Justice Skins Burg made equal rights, her life's work. I ask no favour for my sex. Oh, I asked of our brethren. They said. They take their feet off our next reaction to justice. Skins, Birds death coming in from local politicians. Mayor Lightfoot says she is devastated by the passing of Ginsberg, calling her a giant and her advocacy for women's rights, civil rights and respect for the rule of law. Governor. Prote Secure says America has lost an icon and inspiration, Senator Dick Durbin, saying the Supreme Court's most valiant lady is gone. And Senator Tammy Duckworth's says Not only did our nation lose a brilliant jurist, we lost a hero. A 5 FT. One giant who gave a voice to girls and women everywhere. The Illinois Department of Public Health Friday reported 2120 new confirmed cases of covert 19 and the state, including 20 additional confirmed deaths. The numbers coming is given her Pritzker on the I D P age. Announced that region seven, which includes the greater will and Kankakee County areas would return to face for the restore Illinois plan that happened at 5 P.m. on Friday. The father of a five year old boy age. A friend. His name is Andrew, the father accepting a plea deal in court On Friday. A J from Crystal Lake. Was beaten to death in April 39th and is not his remains were later found in a shallow grave. His father was charged with first degree murder. On Friday, The father was sentenced to 30 years in prison 11 years for aggravated battery of a child 14 years for involuntary manslaughter and five years.