17 Burst results for "50 Mile Per Hour"

"50 mile per hour" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:43 min | 5 months ago

"50 mile per hour" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Give a big thumbs up. You're looking good once you get closer to l A X That's the kind of Bunches of just a tiny bit but I feel overall still really nice. We'll keep our eyes on all these things for this Wednesday to talk about that we get weather we have and everything else will send it over to Henry. All right, Ginger. Thank you very much. A little bit calmer this morning and yesterday yesterday was kind of one of those slow burns. It kind of started out relatively quiet. And then as we went through that five a.m. six a m hour, you could really see the Doppler radar beginning to explode a little bit. And find some of those cells moving into areas not originally thought to maybe have a chance of thunderstorms. We definitely had some big thunderstorms over our local mountains in particular around big bear yesterday afternoon. Things should be much quieter, calmer. Today, maybe less. Humidity should feel a little bit better. A couple of things of note for one air quality still extremely poor, but we are seeing a little bit of recovery. There are England valleys. We had a lot of red on the map yesterday, starting to see some of those dread dots being replaced by some yellow and some orange, So not the best, but certainly not the worst and along the coast. We're getting some really good air quality. The onshore push helps think that is a mixing bowl. When the air just kind of get stagnant and things sit in place. We tend to see the pollutants get trapped. And we don't get that stirring. Now, When we get the onshore push, we get a little bit of the winds kind of create a little instability. It tends to kick some of those pollutants, if not all of them out over the ocean or up in the atmosphere, So the air quality gets better. My point is, we're seeing a little pattern shift. We went from some higher pressure to some lower pressure to the north, low pressure high pressure when they sit close together, We call it a pressure gradient. That's what creates the winds. The stronger the pressure gradient, the stronger the winds. My point is, we're seeing some stronger ones today, especially into the high desert and through our interior sections, so breezy conditions out in the inland empire some of the foothill areas so that will help to kick the pollutants out. But the bad news is, we're looking at 50 mile per hour winds into the high desert today, so there's a lot going on people like think there's not much weather in Southern California, not the case. There's a lot And they all kind of affect this one way or the other. Some lower pressure is going to bring some monsoon rain Sunday Monday Tuesday into the mountains and they could be pretty good thunderstorms. Some of them could creep into the valleys. In the meantime, what you need to know about the next couple of days. Great forecast less humidity. Temperatures cooling down back to the average very quiet. The problem will be the coastal areas. If you're looking for sun, some areas along the coast may not be getting sunshine today socked in with clouds making it Chris back over to you. Thank you so much 100 Coming up l a county could be getting more marijuana dispensaries also blame it on the moon. The new study that warns about more coastal flooding due to higher time editor to Maui.

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"50 mile per hour" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 7 months ago

"50 mile per hour" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Rocket mortgage Kevin Brennan. WBC's traffic on the threes. All right, guess who's here? Well, it's not a who it's a what Boston is seeing rain. So this rain system is pretty much over spreading almost all of the state right now we get more within DeVore. Today's not in a good spot here. We're looking at a lots of clouds closer to the coast there lower and there's some fog to deal with showers around maybe a rumble of thunder loaded fifties near the water's edge, Closer to 60. Little farther inland Showers Taper off tonight Some fog left over into tomorrow morning and then tomorrow afternoon gets gusty winds 40 to 50 mile per hour gust in the afternoon and evening eyes in the load of mid sixties. Lows 60 Saturday with a breeze and some sunny breaks and then low seventies inland sponsor on Sundays. He gets nicer and warmer. I thank you with meteorologist steamed aboard WBZ Boston's NewsRadio looking forward to that beautiful weekend. Certainly Sunday, but again showers throughout the day. So your dinner time forecast should include An umbrella. It's 11 25 checking. New England business news construction getting underway 700 FT. Above the earth. This is a new indoor outdoor observatory. The top of the Prudential Tower. Boston Properties is spending $180 million to renovate the top floors of the Pru, which will include outdoor decks. The old top of the Hub restaurant. I love that place closed last year that will become part of the observatory. It's set to open to the public in two years..

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"50 mile per hour" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:50 min | 10 months ago

"50 mile per hour" Discussed on KOMO

"And, of course, there's always question Do we take that Hill or not trust your driver's discretion on this as they drive? These roots each and every day Call Miller Going to North Bend yesterday were 50 mile per hour winds. Adding to the deep snow and speeding drivers really created some mayhem. Washington State Patrol responded to a flurry of crashes 15 in all, including three rollovers, a mother and her infant sent to the hospital. Thankfully, no one here seriously injured. Passing by the cleanup. Tow trucks were on scene. Other cars waiting to be moved. It just wasn't it a new area where people were coming in 60 Miles an hour to past As of now, the troopers are not ruling this a pile up investigating each collision separately. We're thankful nothing worse happened, but it's just a good lesson. To have everybody slow down yesterday was quite a challenge for highway to for an unscheduled slide that cause closure of highway to for some time before road crews could clear it. Highway two is reopened by the way. Call me past eastbound had his travel challenges as well with closures at times due to the blinding snow and because of all the activity in North Bend looks pretty good today, but we have an update on past conditions in a moment here. With coma traffic and a good day. It was as snow did not stop the Seattle fire Department from vaccinating people yesterday. It's part of their mobile vaccination unit, proving that rain shine or even snow. Will not keep them away from what their goal is. And that is firefighters giving those critical second doses of the vaccine to people at an adult family home in north Seattle, meaning now they're fully vaccinated. Garth Destroying is an MTV Seattle fire and part of the mobile unit. You can see a lot of relief. People are very Not just excited about like it's a big weight and a load off their minds. It's nice to finally feel like we're going to start making a big difference and get ahead of this. Snow continues to fall in Seattle. That's why remember us for traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the fours challenges on the roads. In fact, right now they're Dubin longer Traffic center. Let's get an update right now from Curtis. Well, it's quite the mess still on area roadways in the greater Seattle area on your main lines and science trees and Washington's Day fairies as previously mentioned now on severe weather schedule throughout the day due to heavy wind, snow and ice, So definitely keep that in mind as you plan your day. Went down Fine. Looks like an earlier jackknife. Semi a port to coma road has been clear, but lots of backups in that spot. Both directors WiFi through Tacoma and chains required both directions over Snoqualmie Pass. Curtis Calhoun coma traffic. More snow in parts of Puget Sound today, in fact, up to an inch or two of new snow before it turns over to rain. This is the transition. We have more moisture moving in, but some milder aeras well, so attempts to they're.

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"50 mile per hour" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"50 mile per hour" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Our podcast. Just search for Alabama's Morning news on the I Heart radio. It's look like they're gonna have a white Christmas based on what happened yesterday. With the big storm up in the North Northeast got blasted yesterday. Bills him for joins us now from Philadelphia. Bill. I got a picture early this morning from my sister in Pittsburgh. They had nine inches there and wow. East of there got and you guys got pummeled. How? How bad was it? Well, you know, it is just moving out right now. A and just the snow was ending here. I'm north of Philadelphia is just just ending now and moving away. And it doesn't look JT like we're gonna get the amount that they thought we might. But still, this is the biggest snowfall Philadelphia scene in in almost three years, so it is a substantial amount. And the bull's eye in this storm seems to have shifted north a little bit the southern tier of New York speaking to people up there this morning, they got about 3 Ft of snow in the Binghamton area. So that is the real the real hot spot in this nor'easter, which you know we've become used to that in this part of the world. You know that these storms that travel up the coast off the coast and that counterclockwise rotation draws in the moisture from the ocean and the cold air from the north. And those winds come from the Northeast. I could hear the wind howling all night long 40 to 50 mile per hour gusts on S O. It does get very nasty. But this one is not one of those JT. I could say that we would give a name like the snowpocalypse of the past the Snowmageddon of the past, But.

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"50 mile per hour" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"50 mile per hour" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Left lane. Work crews inside the Copley Tunnel. Kevin Brennan, WBZ is traffic on the threes. All right, Kevin. Thanks. We'll check back in 10 minutes. So the forecasters are watching this storm and it shifts every couple of hours. They get more models in and then they try to Correlate the models and find what is theme most likely scenario. And of course, they're always fine tuning the forecast. The latest fine tuning from AccuWeather diminishes the snow amounts for the lower cape and Islands. 21 to 3 inches. The timeline remains the same. We've been reporting all today that the snow arrives Wednesday night. There's nothing tonight is gonna be very chilly tomorrow cloudy and cold By tomorrow evening, the snow will start. And then it will really pick up in intensity with those 50 mile per hour wind gusts kicking in creating blizzard like conditions as that puffy snow that really light snow. It's so cold to create that dry snow, not the heavy, wet stuff will be flying it. It'll be horizontal. You won't be able to drive and see likely through Thursday morning. So if you're a school right now, listening to this forecast, you might want to be thinking about that Remote day Snow day thing. There's going to be about a foot of snow in Places like Route 1, 28 and beyond, They could see more than a foot of snow Boston and the near suburbs 6 to 12 inches of snow. So that's it right now. We're looking at the inevitability at this point of power outages we have you covered. Make sure that cell phone is charged. Whatever we're broadcasting were streaming as well on the I Heart radio app. You can ask your smart speaker to play us on WBZ news radio. But you want to be charged up in case we do lose powers can be awfully cold. Electoral college votes for president elect job on an officially vice president elect Kamila Harris is well just another step, solidifying their win with that more Republicans or acknowledging Biden as president.

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"50 mile per hour" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"50 mile per hour" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For a couple of hours now. Still working that earlier left lane crashed before exit 22 through 1, 27 and Sand Borten. And that is at a standstill for over three miles David's drama the BBC's traffic on the freeze. Thank you. Others. Dean DeVore has the four day forecast. You'll still be able to salvage some outdoor time. That's not too bad through about early to mid afternoon, the breezes picking up temperatures up in the load of it. Fifties early son giving way to clouds. And then the wind goes into overdrive here for this evening and through tonight and into the early hours of tomorrow morning with wind advisories up, especially of leered along the coast. I think upwards of 50 mile per hour Gust for first party tonight. Also when the rain is coming down the heaviest During that period to it's gonna be awful, Blustery, colder feeling low fifties for a time tomorrow, but it's gonna feel mainly in the thirties to near 40 chili. Maybe a shower Tuesday highs in the upper forties and then colder despite sunshine low Forties at best Wednesday. In fact, some places may stay in the thirties. Thank you with meteorologist Eve before WBZ Boston's news radio When it comes to financing your mortgage, let the experience loan officers of East Boston Savings Bank Review your options and get you in the mortgage that fits your situation. Call alone Officer today at 978977 71 100. Right now, it is 46 degrees and partly cloudy. Mostly cloudy over Boston at 2 55. If you've ever wondered how to book a luxury charter plane, you cannot do it at the same place. But the buck 50 hot dog and soda deal WBC's match, Terror explains. It's always good.

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"50 mile per hour" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"50 mile per hour" Discussed on KGO 810

"After one. But after The following is an urgent weather message from the National Weather Service. Issued at 5:14 a.m. Pacific daylight time. The National Weather Service in the San Francisco Bay area has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for eastern Marin County in northern California, Alameda County in northern California County in northern California, western Santa Cruz County in northern California, eastern Sonoma County in northern California. Contra Costa County in northern California, San Francisco County in northern California, northwestern Santa Clara County in northern California, Napa County in Northern California until 6 45 AM Pacific daylight time. 5:12 a.m. Pacific Daylight time. Severe thunderstorms We're located along alive extending from 11 miles west of Cloverdale, 28 miles west of Boulder Creek, moving north at 50 miles per hour. Rather erratic outflow wind gusts of a 50 to 75 miles per hour. Frequent lightning. Your public. Impact. Expect down trees down power, our out of just well. Fire starts in remote areas, difficulty driving in the wind. Location of impact that include Cruz San Francisco Bay area, damaging winds from continuous cloud to ground lightning is occurring with the storm. Move indoors immediately. Lightning is one of nature's leading killers. Remember, if you can hear thunder. You are close to be struck by lightning. Assumes that means he's going to be the lead pilot. In fact, he's not. That just means he's going to be the co pilot because Tibbits, who is the commander was always going to be the lead pilot. In fact, they even.

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"50 mile per hour" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"50 mile per hour" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The tunnel. That's not good. And of course, delays. 93 in both directions. Getting to Route 20 for my king. W P. C is traffic on the threes. John Feerick joins us Now, with the four day AccuWeather forecast. We've got the tornado watch. We've got the tropical storm Warning and John Watching some of these bands that are now traveling much further to the E East. So getting more people in on the action with this storm. Yeah, absolutely. We're seeing the storm's generally drift in a north northeast direction and moving pretty quickly now. So storm's moving into Hopkinton. Hudson into Maynard as well and going to continue work off toward the North Northeast storms capable producing torrential downpours, damaging wind gust, Maybe even an isolated tornado warnings in effect right now, that's still going to be the case. If we head through the evening, even outside of storms, we could see winds gusting to 50 miles per hour. Things calmed down later tonight. We're down to 70 to 75. Then we'll see some dry weather as we head through tomorrow and Thursday. I'm acted with our meteorologist John W. Off way are at 74 degrees right now in Boston again it toward a watch, in effect for the area until nine o'clock tonight. This's W B Z use Radio 10 30 where the news watch never stops. Good afternoon. Parker. Here are the five things you need to know at 4 46 Governor Charlie Baker says Eastern Massachusetts isn't out of the woods from the tropical storm. Just yes update on power out of Jews as 47,000 Almost 48,000 people are without power across the Commonwealth, many of them in south western Massachusetts or the southwestern part of the state. And then down on along the South coast. There have been a spike in some outages. As the storm moves through Rhode Island into Massachusetts, down, thousands of travelers to this state have been filling out forms required trying to help slow the spread of Corona virus. Red Cross warning people in this part of Massachusetts.

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"50 mile per hour" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"50 mile per hour" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Spend 6 99 Shop now in store online or by phone with a sleep expert today. Don't wait. Miking. W B Z is traffic on the threes. Now we checked the four day after weather forecasts. Here's Bob Larson drunk Bull Storm warning remains that affected now A tornado watch is in effect that watch run still nine o'clock this evening as drop the storm is continues to move northward. Mostly cloudy, increasingly windy and quite him with Santer noon and evening couple of showers and thunderstorms, any of which can be heavy. Any thunderstorm can also spend up an isolated tornado. Wind gusts at their peak reaching 50 miles per hour. High temperature today 82 85 inland 75 to 80 of the beaches. The rain moving out of the area late tonight Wins diminishing was 70 to 75. Back to sunshine tomorrow. Very warm Najia behind your dining in the city and inland, loaded mid eighties at the beaches was chamber Thursday. Mostly sunny highs 82 85 on Mackey Weathers, Barson W. B. Z, Boston's news radio, and we are tipping and I on some of the stronger cells that are spinning off of there was ah cell that produced a tornado warning in parts of southern New Hampshire in the area of Jeffrey and Dublin. There are some stronger cells in that area, also further back into parts of western Massachusetts up into southern Vermont back into Connecticut, and certainly a lot back into a eastern New York state, as the storm continues to turn it to the north. We have no precipitation right now. In Boston, we expect the winds to be picking up a CZ. We head through the afternoon. Currently it is 76 degrees. If it's time to replace your old windows, all right. Call 806 49 36 100 or schedule an appointment online and right window dot com a better window installed for the right price right window. 26 to England. Business Down what Donna hits up Wall Street with its second quarter earnings results tomorrow. It looks like it's going to be a good report the Cambridge biotechs in the middle of a nearly $1,000,000,000 deal with the federal government to come up.

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"50 mile per hour" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"50 mile per hour" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Moves past New York City and up into the Hudson Valley and well west of the city, the center of the circulation leave the sampling this evening. We do expect a couple of rounds of showers and thunderstorms where Expecting that some of those could get strong to severe. Those thunderstorms with gusty winds and the possibility of a spin up tornadoes. Some of the Heavy downpours could cause some localized quick flooding. But rain really is going to be the big story of the storm. There are tropical storm warnings out for some gusts of 42 45 50 miles per hour is the Bulk of the storm moves well by two Are Wesley the sampling this evening then the wind should diminish to nine. We get back into sunshine and hot conditions Low nineties Tomorrow, loaded mid eighties of the beaches, some hanky with meteorologist in divorce, W. B. C. Boston's NewsRadio and Again we are seeing the first of the storm arrive in Massachusetts right now crisscrossing. Across the border from Connecticut into the central western part of Massachusetts. So those downpours looked pretty intense and again. We do have that Tornado watch issued by the National Weather Service for parts of Connecticut right now also parts of Vermont and also Berkshire County here in Massachusetts, so that risk is out there. Keep listening to the weather forecast. We will bring you any urgent weather statements as they happen here on double BBC news radio and the I Heart radio app Right now we're seeing temps in the seventies, and that's consistent Cloudy and Gloucester. It's 77 degrees in Fitchburg. It's 76 in Boston. It's 75. Hi. This is Jordan rich new studies and testimonials air streaming in describing how CBD bio natural Sze helps with sleep and easier symptoms of many common health issues. Get the CBD that works. Visit CBD bio natural cz dot com. CBD bio natural dot com. On the ring Central News line one week after a deadly shark attack in Maine. The beaches are no longer off limits. Swimmers were only allowed to wade last week at the state parks and beaches after Julie Holly watch was killed.

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"50 mile per hour" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"50 mile per hour" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Three. So we're already starting to feel the effects of the science and several sections off the region, western Massachusetts along the Vermont and New Hampshire border. We do have some tornado warnings posted this morning also severe thunderstorm warnings out in the western portion of the state. Now, here in Boston. It is still mainly cloudy and every once in a while, maybe a peek of the sunshine or at least brighter skies. It is 78 degrees right now. Very human throughout the day today, the bulk of the storm will hit us later on this afternoon. And while most of it is going to be high winds, we are expecting a cell of very heavy rain, which could also bring a tornado watch or warning along with it late this afternoon into the early evening hours. You want to keep it here, and we'll keep you posted on those. Developments throughout the day today. But after that, it is a high wind event for eastern Massachusetts with the gust in excess of 50 miles per hour throughout a several hours off the upcoming evening into the overnight hours. It begins to taper off after midnight, and by tomorrow morning, the clouds are breaking. We're back to sunshine, and we're back towards 90 degree temperatures, so it's going to be dicey here in the next several hours. Already is for several people. In much of the listening area, talking about southern New Hampshire and western Massachusetts, it is 9 35 and 78 degrees. The threat of another wave of Corona virus continues to lurk. In Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker says he is considering clamping down on social gathering limits before the virus gets out of hand again, Meantime,.

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"50 mile per hour" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"50 mile per hour" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Until 9 30 this morning. A tornado warning in those communities right now has been issued for parts of Hampshire and Franklin counties as well. WNBC TV meteorologist Eric Fisher says you're gonna expect high winds pretty much all day. But Kick it in tonight 45 to 65 mile per hour. Gusts out of the South Southeast looks strongest into central Mass, Connecticut and Rhode Island and then 35 to 50 mile per hour gusts into eastern Massachusetts are trees. They're stressed out. We've had a hot dry summer. It's not like a nor'easter because you have all your leaves this time of year compared to January or February. I do expect down trees and power outages, especially toward the central part of the statement that's tonight. Right now, there is a tornado warning. It has been posted for a portion of western Massachusetts in parts of Hampshire and Franklin counties, and that is in effect until 9 30 this morning will be watching well. By the time this storm is over, Zaius will scrape pretty much the entire Eastern Seaboard. Get an update from ABC News Carolina Taking its first look damage caused by hurricane, he say, yes, the eye. The category One store came ashore at Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper telling ABC, the pandemic added a another layer to complication in a disaster. We know that when you have a congregant sheltering People a lot of people in one place that you have the potential for spread of the virus, so we had to make sure that we had extra precautions as we plan for evacuation. Shelters. At least one person in North Carolina was killed. The storm is now marching north into Virginia High Tide in Alexandria about an hour from now a B C's Rachel Scott's, There could be three feet above the normal tide level. Add that with the winds that could reach over 50 miles per hour, and then you have some flooding as well. And that is a big concern here. For businesses and residents, especially in old town Alexandria, where they have dealt with this year after year. I'm Sherry Preston, ABC News and New this Morning out of North Carolina. At least one person is dead. Three people are missing after a possible tornado ripped through a mobile home park in North East North Carolina. This from the effects of tropical storm zaius along the South Coast. W B Z is Kim Tunnicliffe tells us They're tying up and hunkering down along the water. It's quiet, outboard and like Marina here in Fall River, I found a couple of voters preparing their vessels for the upcoming storm, doubling their lines and fenders. Mike Mason lives on his boat. It's a pretty slick your harbor, so even with a good storm, we're pretty well protected here, Marina President Michael one says double checking that customers type their votes adequately. Kevin Tana Cliff W. B Z Boston's news radio, of course, restaurants forced to go al fresco dining during the pandemic Also Pulling the tables, chairs and umbrellas off the streets and the parking lots. It's 903 We check traffic and weather together. Let's get out to the roadways right now with Lori Grandi and look at the Subaru Retailers of New England, all wheel drive traffic on the threes. All right, still problems there and had to New Hampshire other rap from what one East on to 95. That ramp is closed off due to an overturned tractor trailer and a big fuel spill involved.

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"50 mile per hour" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"50 mile per hour" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Do have some problems in Berlin. Fallen tree has the right hand lane blocked up north on for 95 right by Route 62. Lorry Gratitude. Busiest traffic on the three. So mostly cloudy skies here in Boston so far this morning, and that's going to be our lot for most of the day today cloudy skies and temperatures getting into the lower eighties, eventually 77 degrees right now, but We're talking about tropical storm on that remains an issue. It made landfall overnight in the Carolinas as the hurricane that has since been downgraded. Where is the storm This morning? We just spoke with Alan Dunham. He is a meteorologist with the National Weather Service truck until morning is in effect for all of the Kennedy kid in Rhode Island. The storm itself moved on. Sure. In South Carolina, and right now it's right close to North Virginia and It's going to be moving fairly quickly up to the north Northeast. And as he says institutions is under a tropical storm warning this morning, and gusty winds and thunderstorms are a possibility. There's another threat possible tornadoes as well. Here in eastern Massachusetts, wind gusts will be in excess of 50 miles per hour, up to about 65 but In the western portion of the state. The Berkshires could see the wind gusts nearing hurricane strength. When you're talking gets up to 50 miles per hour that will have the possibility of bringing down branches maybe a few weeks tree so I would expect summat, least scattered power outages over eastern Massachusetts Thiss evening. This is a quick hitting storm to it'll be here around nightfall tonight and will last roughly six or seven hours. Clears out by tomorrow We'll see sunshine and we're making another run at 90 degrees tomorrow. 77 cloudy skies right now in Boston at 7 36 Startling new video has emerged this morning showing the minutes before George Floyd's death on a Minneapolis ST. CBS News correspondent Jeff The Gays says the police.

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"50 mile per hour" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"50 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..

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"50 mile per hour" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"50 mile per hour" Discussed on KCRW

"From NPR news tune in for that story, and more when all things considered today. Three right here on K C. R W Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Forecasters say they expect Tropical Storm Fay to make landfall late tonight or early tomorrow along the mid Atlantic or the Northeastern U. S. Specialist Richard Passion, The National Hurricane Center says a number of coastal areas will likely see several inches of rain and gusty winds. Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey New York parts of southern New England. To some extent, they remain south of Ocean City, Maryland, with top sustained winds of about 50 miles per hour. President Trump is heading to Florida today amid rising numbers of new Corona virus infections in that state. NPR's Amy held says it's the first of two states the president will visit over the next 24 hours. President Trump is touching down in a hot spot in more ways than one. Florida's Corona virus count is surging and deaths have topped 4000. His events in Darryl Center on fighting drugs and supporting Venezuelans, then a fundraiser at a home in Hillsboro Beach, where invitations are going for more than 1/2 $1,000,000 per couple. Tomorrow. Trump holds an outdoor rally in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, three weeks after his sparsely attended indoor Tulsa rally, where health officials say the masks optional event more than likely contributed to a spike in infections. New Hampshire's Republican governor has already said he won't be at tomorrow's rally. Amy held NPR NEWS. This is NPR news. And for Casey Ar w I'm Jonathan Bastian. Good morning at 7 31 Ventura County authorities say the search for actress Naya Rivera has become a recovery effort. A second day of searching at Lake Piru.

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"50 mile per hour" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"50 mile per hour" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Riedel in the morning on 7 10 W. O R. I'll get out your umbrellas Tropical Storm Fay is on the way we're gonna check in with Wfor Weather Channel meteorologist up there in the troposphere ray stage Equip the latest on Fai Hey, Raya. What do your little models in your little meters? Tell your faith Rain's on the way. I don't want to downplay this too much. Trump Store morning in place that's for potential for chopped Storm force when 39 plus miles per hour. Ah Flash Flood Watch in place. Latest Advisory Intermediate Advisory from Hurricane Center still has a 50 mile per hour tropical storm moving north and 10 miles per hour center located 55 miles south out of Ocean City, Maryland or 90 miles. Off to the south of Cape May, New Jersey But the moisture shield now start to get into Mama County and spread north through this morning, and this afternoon. The rain will spread in from south to north, gusty winds 25 to 35 miles per hour sustained especially today into the afternoon. Heavy rain will come down. We'll get flooding. It could happen quickly. We'll get gusty winds in excess of May be 40 possibly 50 miles per hour. Briefly. I think things will start settling down as we head into early tonight. Another round. Two showers. Thunderstorms tomorrow not associated with various fables uptown, Valiant to go in the New England tomorrow, Showers of thunderstorms associate of the front coming in. So I think later this morning guys into the afternoon heading for the rainfall comes in possibly some flooding likely and some gusty winds to boot. There may be some scattered power outages in some spots. Ray wins the next Good beach Day. Next group each day, I think Sunday with sunshine back temperatures in the nineties. Excellent. All right. W R. Weather Channel meteorologist raced Agent Thanks, right? All right, guys. Take care. All right. The moment you've been waiting for our cheesy song competition. I hit on this idea because, earlier on when we were talking about Tropical Storm Fay, I played stormy weather. Barlow was scoffing, you know? Oh, my God so obvious, And now they told me it was cheesy. So I thought everybody has a cheesy song that you secretly like, you know, it's a bad song, or it's a bad version of a song. But you used.

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"50 mile per hour" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:41 min | 2 years ago

"50 mile per hour" Discussed on AP News

"If you were trying to catch a flight out of Denver's airport there's a pretty good chance it may be canceled because of the snow up to a foot expected in parts of Colorado and Wyoming the weather service is David Roberts says the west will get the worst of this reporter tourist no across southwest Oregon northern California as well as the Sierra Nevada in the interior west that Minnesota Wisconsin and Michigan are expecting snow to New England may see the white stuff as well this weekend in New York City they may have to ground the iconic Macy's thanksgiving day parade balloons because of the 40 to 50 mile per hour wind gusts in the forecast I'm ready to fall les

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