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"65 degrees" Discussed on WTOP
"Unit Terrace, 100 on Monday, August 21st from 3 PM to 8 PM. I'm Rita Kessler WTOP We are ready for the weekend and it sounds like the forecast is going to cooperate. The 7 News First Alert broadcast now from Jordan Evans. Jordan, a beautiful Friday is underway. Yeah, picture perfect, especially for the middle of August. It feels more like early to middle of September with the lower humidity moving in. A lot of sunshine, no rain, chances at all throughout the weekend, and temperatures pretty comfortable, 80s for highs. Sunday will be up to 90, but still I think the drier air will stick around so it won't feel too humid at all throughout the entire weekend. That also means the morning temperatures, I think tomorrow morning, we're going to have widespread 50s and low 60s out there. Again, that's more like the middle of September in terms of those temperatures, so a nice refreshing start as we get into tomorrow morning, even Sunday morning, pretty comfortable around 65 degrees. Now next week we're heating up, Monday it's 95, Tuesday it's 92, so summer's not done yet, but then it looks like we'll cool down with potentially some rain by the end of next week, so we have to wait a while until we talk about our next rain chances. Right now we're in the 70s out there, 80s low too, Falls Church here at 80 degrees 79 in Northwest, Northeast at 78 upper Marlboro, 77. And the forecast is brought to you by Lend the Plumber, heating and air, trusted same day service, seven days a week. Coming up on WTOP, a local museum considered a gem in the woods is expanding its hours this fall. It's 11 21. Your next success begins with University of Maryland Global Campus. For more than 75 years, UMGC has offered working adults an affordable, accredited education. Choose for 125 more than degrees and certificates and enjoy online and hybrid
"65 degrees" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Cloudy skies it's 65 degrees at 116 FM 777 your information station sponsored by Muckleshoot Casino Bill O 'Neill is at the editors desk I'm Taylor Van Sykes now our headlines are following from our 24 -7 news center President Biden says we need more than just thoughts and prayers to combat gun violence he was speaking at the University of in Hartford Connecticut a year since the safer communities act became law he called the gun safety legislation the most significant in 30 years but that it's just the first step in making Americans safer and the man at the center of the Pentagon Papers leak in the 1970s has died Daniel Ellsberg has died at the age of 92 after announcing he had been diagnosed with inoperable pancreatic cancer in March Ellsberg photocopied a Defense Department study in 1969 that showed the US government knew early on that the Vietnam War could not be one it's 117 extreme storms continue to hit the south in Perryton Texas at least three people dead and dozens more injured after a large tornado tore through leaving the town without power and the local hospital running on generators this whole area is just wild we've got trailer on fire we've got multiple trailers destroyed mountains of debris down power lines and flattened buildings S can be a county Florida one person died after a tornado ripped through the area also a tornado was spotted in
"65 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Tobin Bridge, Lower deck Lever Connector, all running well so far Mass. Pike also trouble free between Milbury all the way into Boston granted WBC's traffic on the threes and now the WBZ four day AccuWeather forecast as we go live to WBZ AccuWeather, meteorologist in DeVore. All right. Good morning to you, Jim. Good morning, Boston today cooler than yesterday. But nice will stay in the load of its seventies this afternoon. There will be some haze that you'll notice with the sunshine today and then he's from the Western wildfire smoke that sunshine mixes with some clouds as we get in the afternoon. As I said, a little cooler and nice Today, clouds will thicken up and in fact, some spots inland could see a shower later tonight, but most of the time dry some areas of low clouds and fog. Maybe a little drizzle near the coast overnight loaded sixties and then Clouds will give giving ways some sunshine breezy and it gets warmer again tomorrow. Like yesterday we get up low to mid eighties shower thunderstorm or two tomorrow night. It could be strong to severe. Then Thursday, some showers maybe a rumble. Temperatures temperatures in the low to mid seventies and then still some showers on Friday loaded seventies. We're trying to sort the weekend Al Gym right now. A lot of it depends on that system that's out in the Atlantic. It becomes a tropical system, and it's close enough to at least influence or whether with some showers early in the weekend. Watch that as we get closer to the weekend itself, right here on WBZ Boston news radio. All right there, Dean, We're at 65 degrees right now. Partly cloudy skies Nice comfortable Tuesday morning out there. In Boston as we're looking at a beautiful day outside of that he's in the sky later on today. Now let's check on New England business at 5 26. There is another legal challenge that is on the way to a plan to offshore wind farm as we check New England business, a group representing the fishing industry, saying the vineyard wind project poses unacceptable risks. Two fishing boats and their crews. The project off the coast of Martha's Vineyard is expected to generate green entity energy to some 400,000 homes over the course of two years. It is the second challenge to the project after a group of island residents announced a lawsuit last month. Well, it's all about leverage for town officials in no Han too overwhelming, yes vote from residents.
"65 degrees" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Yeah, no, but very cool. Very inspiring. And lots of good stuff. Yeah. Awesome. Well, good morning, everyone taking a live look outside. We've got some low clouds and fog in many areas of l a this morning. We're also looking for excessive heat to make an impact in our forecast a little bit later this week. Temperatures now in the sixties from L. A X to Riverside. Even Chino Palm Springs 85 degrees to start off the day and the regional satellite radar. We're going to see the impact of a ridge of high pressure gaining strength later this week. That's really going to keep the heat on. San Francisco, though, is always a cool spot. 65 degrees expected to be the high 100 Bakersfield 77 in San Diego for today. Your seven day forecast across the L A area we'll see high today. 80 degrees morning clouds. Breezy conditions. Temperatures coming up to about 85 degrees on Friday, then cooling down just slightly for this weekend actually fairly pleasant temperatures across the L. A area but in the inland empire in areas like the high desert, you can see triple digits are going to be a big part of our forecast. San Fernando Valley seven day forecast 91 degrees Sunny and breezy 99 on Friday look for temperatures just below triple digits this weekend. Orange County inland areas 83 degrees. Partly cloudy skies. 88 by Saturday and temperatures kind of stabilizing a little bit Sunday and then into Monday. It is now 4 51, and we learned that Ginger How does the nickname the detour diva? Let's see what she's up to. We all have them. Jennifer Goals.
"65 degrees" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Saver traffic. Alright, Here we go. It's going to be muggy and rainy tonight the same tomorrow with a high of 82 same on Saturday with a high of 80 Sunday, we dry out high of 78 on Monday storms a high of 82. It's currently 65 degrees. Wanted to get you. The very latest on that condo collapsed near Miami. It is not a good scene. ABC is Jim Ryan has been on this story from the very beginning, and he is with us. Jim is the death toll still at one and how many are missing? Well, we know now that three people have died. So yeah, that has risen in just the last couple of hours. John. As far as somebody are missing, that's a real mystery could be between 50 and maybe 99 people. There's no real management company on site there, so there's no real indication of how many people were staying there. It's a mix of permanent residents in condominiums, short term rental people, snowbirds who lived there only part of the year so There really is no clear indication of how many people were supposed to be there, and therefore how many might have been out. Jim, When we look at images of part of this condo building collapsing, you gotta ask what happened. Do we know? Was it a sinkhole? Was it? What was it? They just don't know. At this point. Anybody who is going to be involved in looking for the cause of the disaster is still looking for survivors and victims of this thing, Melissa, So we just don't know yet what might have caused this. So you know, even an answer might still be several months away really wants this investigation gets that way. I think back about a year and a half ago herself. In the hard rock hotel under construction in New Orleans collapsed. It took some time before the answers were finally found about that. It was some kind of engineering problem in this case, we just don't know this building is 40 years old. It was up for a 40 year re certification when this all happened today. ABC is Jim Ryan. Thanks for the update, Jim. Thanks, sir..
"65 degrees" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Kohler. It's 65 degrees Hales Corners 67 Milwaukee 67 at WTMJ. Feds are done giving tiktok the stink eye and the potential band that was threatened to come with it was dancing and cooking and pet videos. You spend hours watching on tiktok. I'm just my baby. Don't you don't have to worry about them or the app going away. On Wednesday, the Biden administration rescinded the executive order enacted by the Trump administration that sought to ban Tiktok, the messaging, app, Wechat and others over fears the Chinese based companies were using the apps to grab and possibly exploit US user data. Another security concerns, the new executive order says. If there are any of those issues invest Allegations will be done on a case by case basis, but it does name the Chinese government is a cause for concern. Jason Lengthens and ABC News Hollywood. Yeah, at that point, the apps are not out of the woods. Yet, according to James Lewis, he heads the technology policy at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. He's been in discussions with White House officials in both administrations about the future of these apps. He tells NPR. He wouldn't be surprised if we see a ban reinstated, but on what he calls more rational grounds, suggesting that the apps Should be thinking about what to do to ward off. Another band went with the Chinese ties. He says that they have that will always have us officials concerned about how American in their day to get treated. Rachel, you're big on the tick in the attack. Love the chicken. The top? Yeah. Come on my favorite new tiktok videos or this British guy that reacts to laundry detergent. Being refilled all the way up to the brim of the container is really fun stuff like that. That's what we're dealing with. Here. We're not dealing with like Chinese terror attacks through a social media app. I'm watching British guys refill laundry detergent. I will join you with that. At this break. I've got to see the fascination I got you. It's 6 43 at WTMJ Sports. Is that the last frontier Land of the Midnight sun? The great Land all names for the 49th State. Alaska High. It's roads great from Fox World travel. If Alaska is on your travel wishlist, please join me on Thursday, June 10th 6 p.m. for a virtual Alaska travel show. I'll be joined by our partners, Holland America and Globalists will showcase the spectacular destination and introduce our two 2022 Alaska Group Vacations Sign up today.
"65 degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Hit by a car. Victim was declared dead at the scene. The driver of the car remained at the scene. No charges have been filed. Police have not identified the victim. Well, it's 65 degrees cloudy in Central Park at the moment, 64 Partly cloudy in Beacon, New York for the rest of tonight should say Partly cloudy in our area will have love about 56 degrees tomorrow. Partly sunny. It's going to start to warm up a little bit. And there's not gonna be any rain tomorrow either will have a high of about 76 in the afternoon. Should be mostly cloudy for tomorrow night Low 61. Ended a midweek there. Mostly cloudy on Wednesday High 77 by Thursday a chance of showers again We could see some thunderstorms as well. On Thursday afternoon, Mostly cloudy with a high near 78. Then repeat on Friday. We could see some rain on Friday afternoon thunderstorms as well. Mostly cloudy is going to feel very summer like with a high near 78 degrees. Again, though in Central Park, it's 65 degrees and cloudy. You're listening to W n my C on Memorial Day. It's four or six. Support for NPR comes from progressive insurance, offering a way to buy home insurance with their home quote. Explorer tool. Custom quotes and rates are available online. Learn more at progressive dot com or 1 800 progressive Now that's progressive. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelly. And on this Memorial day we are thinking back toe one year ago, a memorial day that felt very different. The US had already seen awful Cove. It surges and states including New York, Michigan, Louisiana. As those numbers began to fall.
"65 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"West of the city. Things were good on to 90 through downtown Worcester and the mass pike is clearer through NATO can framing him to miking Deputy busies traffic on the three. Alright, we've got a very warm day ahead and not exactly warm. It's frankly going to be hot tomorrow so Get that a C ready time for the four day WBZ accurately forecast Well, tonight I'll be mild with partly cloudy sky a low down to 63 Most sunshine of building clouds for tomorrow will turn out breezy, very warm and more humid highs between 87 92 but will stay in the seventies on the south coast in Cape. Many areas will see a thunderstorm later in the afternoon and into the evening hours, which could produce hail, damaging winds. Even a flooding down. Poor mostly cloudy of monkey later tomorrow night with the leftover shower low 69 warm on Thursday, but less humid with some sunshine Highs. 82 85 much cooler on Friday with thickening clouds high, only 63. We do expect some brain later Friday and into Friday night. I'm active weather meteorologist Brian Thompson WBZ Boston's news radio's long is that pollen starts to go away. I think we can all Appreciate that when that happens, all right. 65 degrees right now in Gloucester, 75 in Fitchburg, 64 in Bridgewater and right now in Boston at 7 25, a couple of high clouds and worth 74 degrees. Time for New England business and expansion plans are still on the way at Logan Airport. Rhode Island lawmakers, though about to slap a brand new name on T F. Green Airport outside Providence in Hartford, Connecticut, though it could soon be game over for Brainard Airport we often hear about Bradley. This one, though, is right within the Hartford City limits. City Council says it could be close to shutting down the century old airstrip, saying it has overstayed its welcome. Debate in Hartford has been dragging on for decades. But now officials.
"65 degrees" Discussed on WTOP
"Details or contact location near you. Married to pump a W T OBY traffic And now the storm team forests. Lauren rickets feeling more like Seattle weather out there today with temperatures in the sixties. Some Berries in the low seventy's will continue with the chance for some scattered showers. Not raining all afternoon, but again scattered showers. Heading into the afternoon. The threat Indian about seven or eight o'clock tonight we're in the fifties overnight with some drizzle missed and clouds around For much of the day. Tomorrow, mid to upper seventies, Maybe Stray shower through the day tomorrow, maybe some late day. Sunshine is well for lucky, but we will have some sunshine on Wednesday. We're in the low to mid nineties on Wednesday. It's going to be human as well. We'll have a good chance for some afternoon storms. I'm storm team for meteorologists. Lauren Rick. It's overcast in 65 degrees in Washington. As we try toe push to the seventies a bit later brought to you by mattress warehouse by with confidence with a one year price guarantee. On Lee. Adventurous warehouse sleep happens dot com 11 41. Now the Texas Legislature will debate a bill this week that would force transgender students to compete on sports teams that match their genders that have been assigned at birth. CBS correspondent Maria Villarreal. Al spoke to Rachel Gonzales, who has a transgender daughter about how the spill could impact her life. If it becomes law. There are so many people that don't know or don't know that they know transgender individuals. So it's so much easier to demonize people that you don't know. You think you guys are being used almost responds. Then we're 100% menus this pond. They are inviting people to debate whether or not our Children have a right to exist, whether or not they have a right to public spaces. Whether or not they have a right to health care that they deserve. Playing sports loving parents at home. The Gonzales sisters air, often fierce competitors, but over the last few years they've teamed up to fight politicians. Pushing anti transgender bills. I say they shouldn't worry about Me and how my life is. I think they should just worry about their own lives and move on. 11 year old Libby is a transgender girl. Hello. My name is.
"65 degrees" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"You're in great shape heading over to the outbound George inbound side. Gonna running about five minutes or less. Up and down. Inbound. Lincoln and Holland Tunnel is still looking pretty good. Alternate side and effect today looks like mostly sunny skies this afternoon will warm up to a high of 65 degrees. And now you know how not to go. I'm Brandy Scott on the Joe Piscopo Show on Am 9 70 the answer. Hey, Jo, on the radio. I am excited. Had a great talk, and I feel sometimes that when we're talking like this, I feel like we're talking like around the kitchen table. Indeed. You know, I appreciate it, but I did get a nice nice chat with A guy in law enforcement in Jersey that I have immense respect for his own, protect his privacy, a little bit and one of those big marketing marks. You know what a great guy and we're in such good shape in jersey in that regard, So I said, Hey, you coming down to the league conference will be there, Joe. And so this is down the law enforcement against drugs, Nick tomorrow my buddy put together and I'm very, very excited. That's gonna be at the hard rock. Which I'm then I'm doing another vent at the hard, rock said was Don't open up. Young you know is that you're feeling that right? Are people going to go out? I guess there's a question. We'll talk about that in a second. But right now, June 27 through the 30th. We're gonna have the league conference down there. This is the sixth annual 21st Century Drug and Violence Prevention Conference Put on by law Enforcement against drugs. Hello. We'd love to have you in law enforcement. Come on down. It's so awesome. And they got I keep telling you they got all the law enforcement vehicles like from the 19 fifties. These awesome cars, you know that we're patrol cars back and If you know, sixties and the seventies like that, you know, if you watch the French connection, you could get to see the cars that were those movies that we watched, you know, and and then also, if you're an educator Community leader, You know, family, you know, we're just trying to trying to deter youth and adults from drug use drug related crimes, bullying and violence, you know, and we're committed to reinforcing the mutual respect goodwill in relations. Between law enforcement and the communities. So we we need you down there and we want you to go to lead drugs dot org's L E A D r u G S Lee Drugs that or we will be broadcasting down there. Oh, yeah. 28 29th. And if you join and you're part of our group You'll get to see. I think the beast you band is gonna be down there, Which is great. So it's get their permission from Bruce Springsteen like the play the Bruce stuff, and they're great musicians in their own right. Opening is Mikey Piscopo and 50 50. And that's his new group, and I just stay with us on the radio. Mikey's now into his own so, but it's It's gonna be a closed up. You know private things. So we invite you to go to leave drugs that are come on down and check out this great great conference that is so needed in our communities. All right, So sign up now, please. For the sixth annual lead conference today, June into the newest program on AM 9 70 the answer real estate today America's number one real estate program each week they opened the doors for buyers and sellers with critical incredible information on the real estate market..
"65 degrees" Discussed on WTOP
"And weather on the eighth. Jack Taylor on the W. T o p Traffic Center in Montgomery County, Gaithersburg West Diamond Avenue of Money Branch Road. We've had a crash with a vehicle fire some down wires, and it's caused the power outage described along 1 17, the ramps up to 70 and up and muddy branch. The watch for dark signals. There'd be careful to 70 going south were heavy near the Monocacy through Havana down toward 109. It does remain heavy riding down through German town headed toward Gaithersburg, but thankfully, nothing report. Get in your way Topside of the Beltway out of the definitely riding the brakes from 95 over toward Georgia Avenue in other not too bad, just a bit heavy riding into and through college park, the delay leaving the Beltway south on the Baltimore Washington Parkway to get out of green Belt. It's just remains heavy headed down toward 4 10. We had a delay, leaving Baltimore as well as you pass, the 100 headed down toward 1 75 earlier accident. Camp Springs was on Allentown Road near Kingston. Drive. Our issue across the freeway this morning will be on the westbound stretches. You leave the 11th headed out near Sixth Street Exit one be the accident activities blocking the left lane D. C to 95 also slows Just after Eastern Avenue is your approach Nanny Helen Burrows Avenue headed down toward East Capitol Street. Still moving pretty well. I to 95 North. No complaints out of oxen Cove headed north toward the invite 11. But definitely the delay on the 11th headed onto the freeway headed toward that crash. Now we've had a couple issues in Virginia on the George Washington Parkway. Down down your Slater's lane. We've had an earlier crash, then South bound before West Boulevard Drive one broken down in the right lane. Fairfax County Parkway North and Burke Center Parkway, the reported crash. Watch out westbound on Braddock Road of the Beltway. The accident activity along the right side of the roadway. It's affecting the ramp that would take into the express lanes. West Glebe Road at Russell Road vehicle had overturned again. The delay on 28 Centerville running between Compton Road New Braddock Road, The milling and paving has caused that delay. 66 year. Lanes are open but indeed slow your heavy Manassas into Centerville East. Then after Netley toward the Beltway Look for slowing out of the Springfield interchange on the inner loop riding up into and through Annandale. Thankfully, there with nothing to report in your way. Pretty decent trip is to make the ride on the George Washington Parkway going south from the Beltway in McLean or north Coming out of Old town. Everybody headed up toward the airport of the 14th. You're You're okay. Ready for the great American Road trip fit small dot com Has your next righted Fitzgerald, Mazda. Like the fuel efficient Mazda C ext 30 This admit Fitzgerald, Mazda at fit small dot com Today, Jack Taylor. W T o p TRAFFIC, some rain in our forecast. Here's Lauren Rickets, but yours will continue to rise into the mid seventies today, but showers air greeting you early on this Wednesday morning and we will continue to keep chances of rain as we go through the middle part of the day with a few thunderstorms during the middle part of the day Now, range should be out of here, moving out from west to East by three PM Once the rain ends in your area, the winds will start You pick up We'll have some gusts up to about 30 Miles an hour as we go through the afternoon and evening temperatures plummet into the forties overnight and then tomorrow those temperatures air coming back into the sixties mid to upper sixties I'm storm team for meteorologists born records 64 degrees in Gaithersburg. Now we have 66 in Arlington, 65 land him and 65 degrees in friendship heights. Brought to you by long fence. 20% off savings on fences, decks and papers. Go to long fence dot com and schedule Your free estimate today. It's 8 12..
"65 degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Services for your estimate or repair visit. Gerber collision dot com For details Get into Gerber. Mad bear with traffic on the fives. Followers on Twitter Wi VC traffic. Stephanie Mean, which TV meteorologist What's going on? Yeah, we're still dry this morning. Just lots of cloud cover very mild temperatures in the middle sixties. Eventually, late morning, early afternoon, we are tracking a complex of showers. And if you rumbles of thunder that's going to give us some potentially heavy rains. So hopefully if you are heading out in about you, do you have some type of rain gear to keep yourself dry. We'll continue to see scattered showers and storms. Those through the afternoon and early evening hours. Daytime highs will hold. In the middle sixties on an overnight lows tonight, she fall to the forties, with showers beginning to end as we approach midnight tonight, once they will be completely dry will be partly cloudy sky daytime highs still cooler in the lower sixties. Scattered showers returned just in time for Thursday with high still holding in the low sixties and then by Friday. Hi is at 63 degrees to see a partly cloudy sky and Mother's Day weekend for right now, just like a touch, soggy with scattered afternoon showers and storms Saturday with highs in the middle sixties so kind of a cooler stretch out ahead of us. That right? There is Stephanie meet of Wish TV. Stephanie. Thank you. 65 degrees in the American Standard Cooling Weather Center. The time right now is 807 this'll Hour on 93. W. B. C is powered by the home loan expert dot com. I'm not quite sure how it's possible. That nobody has looked at the prosecutor, Marion County, Ryan Miers and said, You have to go now. Because your failure Isn't.
"65 degrees" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Due to an earlier structure fire between Green Belt highway and Christian reach court. Our next report is in 15 minutes chucking from NewsRadio. Wait 40, wh J. F's. I'm Wook. Why meteorologist a mammal? Oh, ceviche with Monday forecast. It's starting out. Rainey will catch a break from the rain in the afternoon. It'll be warm and dry with highs near 79 as we had a late Tonight Lows will be mild at 65 degrees, but well that shower and storm chances some of which could be strong at two severe through early tomorrow morning. We'll watch for more storms. It could be on the strong side through your Tuesday with highs near 79. That's your latest wook. Why forecast I'm meteorologist Matt Melo, Savidge, Kentucky and it's breaking news. Weather and Traffic station news radio. Wait, 40 w H A s Louisville and I. Heart radio station 11 o'clock. I'm Will Clark News radio. A 40. W. H. J s. Our top story takes us to Monroe County, Kentucky, where a potential tornado touched down. Has caused damage in Tompkinsville video coming out of that area's shows, numerous trees and power lines down and some homes damaged. That is an area that went under a tornado warning earlier this morning. The severe risk for the metro area is Damaging winds, heavy rain, hail and in possibility of a tornado. All of that potential expected to come into play later on today and into the early hours of Tuesday. Stay with us here at news radio a 40 WHS. And our partners that Wook why, for the latest on the weather conditions We go now to L. A. M B D headquarters where we have learned that the city is coming off of its 15th consecutive month of double digit homicides..
"65 degrees" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"A broken down south bound 70 ones. Ramp to the Waterson. Our next report is in 15 minutes. Chucking Grim news radio 8 40. Wh J s I'm Wook. Why Meteorologist to Mammal? Oh ceviche with Monday forecast. It's starting out. Rainey will catch a break from the rain in the afternoon. It'll be warm and dry with highs near 79 as we head late tonight, Lows will be mild at 65 degrees, but well that shower and storm chances some of which could be strong at two severe through early tomorrow morning. We'll watch for more storms. It could be on the strong side through your Tuesday with highs near 79. That's your latest wook. Why forecast I'm meteorologist Matt Melo. Savidge, Kentucky. Anna's breaking news, weather and Traffic station. This is news radio. Wait, 40 w h A s your news now. Good morning. It's 10. 30. I'm Will Clark news radio. A 40 W H A s. We will start this newscast with weather. A tornado warning earlier this morning for portions of a dare County along with a couple of other southern Kentucky counties. We are getting some reports from our partners that Wook y of some Freeze being down and some structural damage and power outages in the Tompkinsville area. We have not confirmed whether not this was just wind damage or a tornado. The National Weather Service issued the tornado warning as a radar indicated threat will be following this throughout the rest of the day and well But you know what we find out. As for the Louisville Metro. The storm threat begins later on today and into Tuesday, the possibility of high winds hail, heavy rain and an isolated tornado. Not out of the question. Stay with NewsRadio Way 40 w H A s and our partners at Wook. Why, for the latest Trainer Bob Baffert will make a decision this coming weekend on whether or not he is seventh Derby winner Medina Spirit will be headed to Baltimore and the Preakness Stakes on the 15th. Effort, telling reporters Sunday morning. He sees no reason why the horse wouldn't head to the second jewel in the Triple Crown, but says he usually takes a week after the Derby before making that decision. And a legal battle is brewing between two tech giants in a California courtroom today it could change the way use your iPhone. Company that created the game fortnight is suing Apple, alleging its APP store has enormous power and uses its monopoly to coerce developers take expert Being, Gilbert explains. One outcome could be that Apple is forced.
"65 degrees" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Snyder no issues at the moment after multiple issues earlier this morning. Next report is in 15 minutes. Jack Ingram News radio 8 40 wh J? Yes, I'm Wook. Why Meteorologist to Mammal? Oh ceviche with Monday forecast. It's starting out. Rainey will catch a break from the rain in the afternoon. It'll be warm and dry with highs near 79 as we head late tonight, Lows will be mild at 65 degrees, but well that shower and storm chances, some of which could be strong at two severe through early tomorrow morning. We'll watch for more storms. It could be on the strong side through your Tuesday with highs near 79. That's your latest wook. Why forecast I'm meteorologist Matt Melo, Savidge, Kentucky and it's breaking news. Weather and Traffic station news radio. Wait 40 w H A s Louisville and I Heart radio station. Good morning. It's 10. O'clock. I'm Will Clark News radio 8 40. W H A s. Our top story now is a tornado warning expiring in the next couple of minutes in Dare County. That is the far southern portion of the news radio, A 40 W H. A s listening area that also effects portions of Russell and Cumberland County. The National Weather Service, saying that they have indicated on radar a storm capable of producing a tornado moving northeast at 40 miles an hour in the vicinity of Berks Ville. This is not a ground confirmed tornado. Just a radar indicated threat. Again that tornado warning expiring at this time. This will be the first of likely many watches and warnings we hear over the next few days because of a line of storms. The National Weather Service says that the Metro area is in the enhanced risk four storms that could produce heavy rain, damaging winds and large hail along with isolated tornado spin ups. Through later on tonight and into Tuesday. Stay with us here at news radio, a 40 WHS and our partners at Wook Y for the latest information, and we will break in with tornado warnings that are occurring within the metro area. Now we're back in Louisville. That's where l m p D is investigating three shooting Sunday night unrelated to each other as far as investigators could tell that have left one person dead and two others wounded. The first shooting was on West Market Street in around six. A man in his late teens taken U of L. He's expected to survive. Just after 6 15 officers, one South 38 Street. A man in his thirties, was shot several times. He was taken. You avail Hospital in critical condition at last check. Hand a little after 6 20.
"65 degrees" Discussed on WTOP
"Northern Virginia's trains and Busses continue to get you where you need to go visit notarized out or go play in your safe and healthy trip. I'm Rob Stallworth, w T o P traffic and not a storm team for meteorologist Matt Ritter a pleasant Sunday Today with partly sunny skies. It'll be a little warmer than yesterday, but pleasant highs in the upper seventies, so low eighties Increasing clouds tonight lows in the mid fifties near 60, and then cloudy, warm and becoming more human tomorrow with some scattered showers and a few thunderstorms highs to be in the low to mid seventies. Tuesday. Mostly cloudy, very warm and humid. A few showers and scattered thunderstorms highs in the low eighties. Then Wednesday, mostly cloudy a few showers and storms than breezy not as warm and becoming less human eyes in the upper sixties, a low seventies. I'm store team for meteorologist Matt with her 65 degrees in Tyson's 68 Croft and 65 at Lan Pham Plaza. This'll is w t O p your source for today's top news, traffic and weather always connected and constantly updated. W T o p Never miss a moment. Hello, Beauty. Opie's top news is brought to you by van Meter homes. Find the home. That's right for you at Van Meter Homes calm. Good morning. I'm John Aaron. Annika Vela's Our producer Coming up, astronauts are back on Earth following an overnight splash down. Shooting at a casino leaves two victims dead. Could there be new life for an old bridge? I'm John Doman. It's 10 31 4 Astronauts are back from the international space Station after a middle of the night splashdown off the Florida Panhandle. The crew Dragon touchdown right on time just before three. Eastern job applauses from Space X Mission Control in Hawthorne, California this exchange with crew dragon resilience, Commander Mike Hopkins. We welcome you back to Planet Earth. And thanks for flying Space X for those of you enrolled in.
"65 degrees" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Burberry scarf and Joe Abboud jacket. Thank you, Gabby. Having lunch? Yeah, and I said, I go. Yes, Yes, Yes. No, It was a nice day, please. I mean, it was cold, but it was sunny. It was cold. Now I'm in a tent and there's a heater on there. But I made the point. There's nothing like enjoying lunch outside on a 17 degree day. I mean, this is not South Beach. I'm not sitting outside by the water level 65 degrees correctly. It was. It was like 33 34 degrees felt like five. By the time. I mean, I'm serious for about 30 minutes. I was fine. When you sit outside in these types of temperatures and not walking or actively doing something it sets in very, very quickly, and I was so uncomfortable and I could just imagine what it must be like it night. To sit outside need, so it's just it doesn't make any sense. I don't know how these businesses are sticking around. So you can check those two videos out at Bernie and said We're becoming nuts. A big total. And then of course, today is going to be even worse. You know how you're gonna have after dining on a day like that is gonna be windy Snow rain. I mean, it's just Gonna lose today And then Thursday, Friday and Saturday and Sunday. Now you got you talking. You talking frigid Arctic temps freezing coming up this weekend. How are these people going to do outdoor dying? I don't know. There's a place by me Sarafina, which I like a lot of Italian restaurant, one of the corner of one of five and Broadway and I was in Florida, but I guess you guys had a bad rainstorm. And it knocked out their whole tent and they had electricity in there. When heaters they have not yet completed the new tent. They.
Dallas-Fort Worth Weather: Sunny and warmer for Thanksgiving
"Much calmer conditions starting off this Wednesday, clear this morning a sunny afternoon with the high hitting 65 degrees overnight, the Lowell dropped to 42 under a clear sky and for Thanksgiving tomorrow not only will be sunny but also warmer with winds out of the south and southeast. The high should hit 73 degrees. That's running 10 degrees above average and increasing clouds tomorrow night, with the low dropping down to 54 a lot of cloud cover Friday and cooler in the high the upper fifties. After a wet start to the week and Saturday Dryer four Sunday for WB AP News I'm meteorologist Jeff Mark at the Weather Channel right now, a few clouds and 45 degrees
Los Angeles - Another Heat Advisory Announced For Southern California
"Today's going to be pretty warm too. We're talking 83 on the coast 96 inland 91 in the mountains 102 in the desert. The heat just begins in earnest tomorrow because today's the warmup leading to the heat wave. It's 65 degrees and clear right now in downtown San Diego cargo two years time 5 41 covered 19. Made
Antarctica Sets Record High Temperature: 65 Degrees
"This is a startling it was hotter in an article last Thursday than it was in New Mexico sixty five degrees Fahrenheit according to researchers in the Antarctic peninsula it's a record high temperature if it can be verified NPR's called wire explains when you think about a sixty five degree day plenty of things probably come to mind Antarctica likely is not one of them and there's a good reason why that would make it the hottest temperature that we have seen over the link to record that we have for an article that's Randy serve any he specializes in weather and climate extremes for the world meteorological organization Arjun time researchers reported the temperature at the very northern tip of Antarctica and it's partly sermones role to verify that report we'll get a panel of experts put together yet are the best in the world they will look at the data they'll discuss it and tear it apart and then they will recommend to me as to whether or not this should be a valid observation now it's also important to remember that this is just one data point here and it's the result of very particular weather conditions but it does match up with what scientists have been seeing their overtime it's one of the fastest warming areas on the planet Alexander I served as the head of Antarctic sciences at the National Science Foundation she says the region has been warming for decades and the previous record height was reported just a few years ago this warming climate requires some practical adjustments for the researchers we we've definitely had to kind of re think a bit what we provide people with that means more geared to deal with the kind of rain and sleet the warmer weather brings I've been going down for ten years and even I have seen the changes I bring different clothes now do I certain says there are also other bigger consequences of this warmer weather in Antarctica contributes to a warmer sea water in general which means melting glaciers and rising sea UL's worldwide it also means more extreme events for serving and his team to verify when I started this project all the way back in two thousand and seven I thought we would have maybe an evaluation once every few years and now we're having multiple observations of extreme climate every year so don't be surprised if we see yet another record high in Antarctica soon called wired
Antarctica hit nearly 65 degrees, likely breaking heat record
"It appears Antarctica has broken a heat record the temperature there hit nearly sixty five degrees this week Claire Knowles's with the world meteorological organization says Antarctica is warming more quickly than scientists predicted the amount of ice lost annually from the Antarctic ice sheets increased at least six fold between nineteen seventy nine and twenty seventeen the previous temperature record for Antarctica was said in March twenty