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"80 degrees" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:36 min | 22 hrs ago

"80 degrees" Discussed on KOMO

"Again, Sunshine and 80 degrees around the shores of Lake Washington, right through the weekend and into the middle of next week in the coma Weather Center I'm meteorologist Shannon O Donnell right now. Moses Lake there in central Washington. 74. They're expecting about 94 for a high the baseball can Right now. 72. They're playing in the high eighties to low nineties federal way at 67 65 mn role. And here in Seattle. We are sitting at 65 here at Komen News. Stay connected. Stay informed the news you need now on co mo news 1000 FM 97 7 stories we have for you here for common news Saturday. Mark Christopher Kelly Bleier or technical director Breaking News out of Auburn. An apartment fire broke out about two o'clock this morning. It was a massive fire response. It was in the downtown area there at 1 15 East Main Street. Initially, reports of people possibly trapped inside, it turned out. They found two people on the rooftop. They were rescued. No injuries were told firefighters switched from an offensive to a defensive mode there to save the building. We hear the Red Cross already there, setting up a temporary shelter at Safeway. Nearby for people who have lost their homes. Meanwhile, in the north, then Seattle's Roosevelt neighborhood, we have detectives investigating a deadly shooting. It happened in North East 63rd Street at Roosevelt Way. That's a busy area with lots of businesses there and apartments, Police said. They responded to the area found a man in a car with a gunshot wound. Seattle fire paramedics tried to save him, but the man died. K. 19 was then brought in. But police have yet to find the shooter. Any information you're asked to call Seattle police a manhunt also happening in Vancouver, Washington right now, after a Clark County sheriff's deputy was shot and killed, police were looking for three people that are considered armed and dangerous. Unclear what led up to the shooting. The deputy's name has not been released. Police were also in a standoff we're told was someone at a Vancouver apartment complex late into the evening. Former U. S. Army ranger that was stationed at joint base. Lewis McChord has been charged with first degree murder in last weekend's attack that left of female security guard dead into coma. The attack took place between one and two AM on Sunday at an office building on a street court documents saying that 26 year old Patrick burned, beat and choked Andy Smith for several minutes. Investigators say he then ran into a building following a fight at a bar. The attack began after he was told to leave prosecutor Lisa Wagner. We don't know if it was a targeted attacked, it was just random. The absolute rage that was That the defendant show the innocence in it, I think puts the community at risk Burn told police. He remembers nothing about the attack,.

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"80 degrees" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:48 min | 1 d ago

"80 degrees" Discussed on KOMO

"Again, Sunshine and 80 degrees around the shores of Lake Washington, right through the weekend and into the middle of next week in the coma Weather Center I'm meteorologist Shannon O Donnell. Thank you, Shannon 55 in Monroe. Right now, it's 57 federal play 61. The sun is bright. Here I call the plaza across the space needle. Stay connected. Stay informed the news you need now on co mo News. 1000 FM 97 7. Welcome to coma News Saturday. I'm Mark Christopher. Let's get you all caught up now the top stories we have from overnight at the Como 24 7 News Center. We start with breaking news out of Auburn Boy talk about a fire response. An apartment fire that broke out about two o'clock this morning, right in the downtown area at 1 15 East Main Street. Initially, reports of people possibly trapped inside, it turns out to residents were taken off the rooftop. Firefighters switched from an offensive, then to a defensive mode to handle that fire. Cleanup continues the Red Cross setting up a temporary shelter at Safeway nearby for people who have lost their homes developing out of Seattle's Roosevelt neighborhood detectives now investigating a deadly shooting. It was at 63rd Street there, North East 63rd at Roosevelt Way at a busy area with a lot of apartments and businesses, Police said they responded to the area, finding a man in a car with a gunshot wound. Seattle fire paramedics did their best to revive him. But the man died at the scene Canine team was brought in. Police have not been able to find the shooter. Any help of the public would be appreciated, if you know if something just call Seattle police a manhunt also happening in Vancouver, Washington. Apparently Clark County Sheriff's deputy shot and killed their police are looking for three people considered armed and dangerous. It's unclear what led up to that shooting. The deputy's name has not been released. Police were also by the way in a standoff. We're told with someone at a Vancouver apartment complex late into the night common news time at 70. AIDS traffic snarled on Aurora Avenue north Seattle last night. A fatal crash, in fact, involved a semi truck in a car. At 145th streets. Cal Fire says a man trapped in a car died at that scene. A former U. S. Army Ranger station to joint base Lewis McChord has been charged with first degree murder in last weekend's attack that left a female security guard dead into coma. That attack that took place between one and two A.m. on Sunday at an office building on a street court documents, saying the 26 year old Patrick Byrne, Beat and choked Denise Smith for several minutes. Investigators say he ran to that building following a fight, apparently at a bar. The attack began after he was told to leave prosecutor Lisa Wagner. We don't know if it was a targeted attack or if it was just random. The absolute rage. That was, uh, it's a defendant showed in this incident, I think puts the community at risk Burn told police. He remembers nothing about the attack, only saying he was drinking at a bar. And then he blacked out..

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"80 degrees" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:44 min | Last week

"80 degrees" Discussed on KOMO

"80 degrees. We're starting to see signs of a cool down by Thursday, which right now looks like it will be mostly cloudy with a high about 72 sons coming up. It's 58 in downtown Seattle right now, from ABC News Tech trends, Tiktok is more popular than ever, and prepping some new features. The big social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter are adding new features seemingly every week from newsletters to live audio platforms. Chris Stoical Walker is the author of the new book Tiktok Boom, He says tiktok isn't far behind. We're starting to see this idea of this super app with tiktok, which is lots of different features coming in, he says. Chinese apps generally have a better track record when it comes to integrating new features. One thing that separates the Chinese super apps and US super apps is that the Chinese super ops of managed to you integrate all of this stuff into one package much more smoothly. As for how Tiktok will contend with the rise of the super APP. I think that it will develop new branches as any appetizer. But I'm more confident that it will do that in a smooth way with check trends. Chuck Sivertsen ABC News, a shocking scene at a carnival in Michigan over the over the weekend, a ride Was going out of control and bystanders sprung into action. The pendulum attraction, swaying back and forth with nearly a dozen riders on board by standards on the ground, tried to hold down the ride. A spokesperson for Arnold Amusements, owner of the Ride, praising those who rushed to help. It just goes to show you what type of people live here in travel city. That they, uh without even second thought will go right over and do whatever they need to, you know, for one of their own, he says. It's unclear what caused.

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Man Killed in Shooting at Atlanta-Area Country Club

WSB programming

00:37 sec | 3 weeks ago

Man Killed in Shooting at Atlanta-Area Country Club

"After a deadly shooting earlier today at Pine Tree Country Club. Near chaos use campus Channel two action news reporter Audrey Washington is there with more. This is a very residential area with a lot of people out and about because of the holiday now what led up to the shooting is still unclear, but a person with the country club told us they were preparing for Fourth of July party at the club when the shooting happened so again the gunman on the loose KSC police sent out an alert after the shooting, but later tweeted there's no credible threat now on campus. Police have not released any information about the victim who was killed right now. 80 degrees here on Peachtree Street. Gorgeous holiday weekend tonight.

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"80 degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:46 min | 3 weeks ago

"80 degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio

"All 50 states by news nation on your cable or satellite provider and stay up to date around the clock at news nation at Com and on the hallucination now, APP I'm Steve Ruxton, mostly clear and quiet tonight, comfortable as well. Open up those windows temperatures dropping down into the upper fifties inland areas even cooler than that. Mostly sunny on Friday. Temperatures topping out in the mid seventies inland mid sixties by the lakefront sunshine. Abundant sunshine effect on Saturday inland highs in the mid eighties mid seventies lakeside, mostly sunny on Sunday, your fourth of July will bring a little more humidity in the afternoon. Temperatures climbed year 90 inland. Look for about 80 degrees by the lakefront. Partly cloudy on Monday near 90 once more inland, lower eighties by the lake from the WGN Weather Center. I'm a geologist like Jansen. If you've got an insurance question, you could talk to your nana. But she'd probably just tell you how she insured her couch from stains by covering it with plastic. Or you could talk to your local Geico agent. They'll give you a different kind of warm and fuzzy with personalized assistance for all your insurance needs like how you could be saving on your policies. So let your Nana cover her couch in plastic and let a local Geico agent helped cover you, but not in plastic. To find a Geico agent near you. Visit Geico dot com slash local Welcome guests back in with fourth of July Savings and Lows get Valspar Signature interior paint and primer starting at 32 98 per gallon with appliance savings today and everyday, save up to $750 now and select major appliances. The summer savings continue this July 4th, So stop it lows or buy online and pick up in store Lowe's home to any budget home to any possibility. Paint pricing, vowed to 77 21 in store must ask cashier to apply coupon savings vary based on This amount can be combined with additional discounts..

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"80 degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:21 min | Last month

"80 degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Counties fighting to set more vaccination appointments. 80 degrees in Monument Circle. A few isolated showers this evening. Mostly cloudy tonight, storms off and on throughout the day tomorrow, radars lightning up, there is still a little scattered activity in central Indiana. I'm Stan Lear. Here's what's trending at 402. How do you get more Hoosiers to get vaccinated against Covid 19? The Marion County Health Department is hoping for results from grants to 86 Indianapolis churches and community organizations. I'm Eric Berman, the Health Department awarded a total of a million dollars to increase outreach to minority communities hardest hit by Covid 19. Grants range from $2500 to $40,000 grant to the chin center. Serves Indies nearly 20,000 Burmese immigrants Eric Berman, 93 wi BC Mobile news Monday arrived with the bodies of 24 people to be examined by the Marion County Coroner's office. That's a record for one weekend, even an indie, where growing homicide rate has increased the workload. Staffing levels are low. There is a shortage of forensic pathologist and deputy coroner Alfie McGinty says there will be additional challenges. In one case, a person who may have had covid 19. No threat to severe weather in the coming days. But there is a chance of rain every day this week, and with that there are some other things to watch out for two. I'm Sean Herrick, meteorologist Jason Puma says there could be some lightning, which has caused some problems recently. Over the past week, We did have some lightning injuries in central Indiana, which is why Puma says a thunder roars go indoors. John Herrick 93. W I v C. Mobile news President Biden once nearly $2 trillion for infrastructure, Republicans say that's too much. The Transportation Secretary Pete Buddha Judge South Bend's mayor, Pete says an agreement may not be as far off as it seems. We've just got to see if we can actually get it into enough of an overlapping consensus that we can get a build on together because the president strongly prefers a bipartisan approach, he told face the nation on CBS. Many Americans support the plan to One minute away from traffic and whether it's four or four Boudicca Boudicca, Boudicca Alpha and Omega, Uh, Siamese sailors sell celery sandwiches. A wing about us are been platter Jamie. Yes. Did Did you want to try reading that line on the script there? Oh, yeah, Let's see. Uh, you can save big when you bundle your home and auto with progressive that one. Yes, yeah, No, I'm just not warmed up yet shouldn't be long lay.

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"80 degrees" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:37 min | Last month

"80 degrees" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"80 degrees Friday and Saturday, Warming up even more with sunshine Friday. 84 Sunshine Saturday 88 Walkinshaw 52 Milwaukee 60 to a WTMJ. So that you have formal that being fear of missing out as pandemic lockdowns kicked in. And do you now have full goal fear of going out now that those lockdowns are starting to end Yeah, maybe you do. Maybe you don't want the case. We'll talk you through it with Dr Shalimar Game. A distinguished psychologist that you W health. Joining us live on Wtmj. Good morning, Doctor. Good morning. Thanks for having me. Thank you for joining us because I think this is important, especially now. These last couple of weekends, things were improving. Restrictions are going away. Weather's warming up. People have the itch and lot of them are acting out on that. It's there scratching it, but others were going here. Maybe not me. Maybe not just yet, And you're saying that's fine. Take it at your own pace. Exactly. The American Psychological Association recently came out with a survey finding that almost half of Americans are feeling some anxiety and unease about returning toe pre pandemic life and those in person interactions. And so if you are feeling a sense of discomfort or anxiety, that's fine, it's really important to go with your own pace in terms of Resuming kind of, I guess the new normal approach to light now that we're in the face of the pandemic. Not everyone is outgoing doctor and so for people who are a lot more insular, there's got to be even more pressure now like now I have to go out again. Exactly Many people feel cautious, but it's really important not to avoid social situations. There's a tendency when we're feeling anxious to avoid and start to lock ourselves in, but that can actually amplify the anxiety and impact quality of life. So think about in small ways really structured ways starting to resume some of those in person interactions in a safe way. Also those that those activities of the CBC 18 states. They're really building back your life because there's been so much we've missed out on and with the warmer weather really allows us to do many of those favorite activities in a safe way, Doctor. One of those warm weather activities is is exercising. One of my favorite things to do during the pandemic was just getting outside, running or going for a walk and you get those social interactions. Even if they're just not in there, waving at somebody walking past you the same way. I think those things were helpful in a variety of levels. Absolutely that the recent study that I mentioned talked about a new wave of health concerns that have emerged during the pandemic. There's a lot of people have gained weight. They're using too much alcohol. They're not sleeping well. And so it's a great time to think about a health go like exercise. Now that the weather's warm, really re prioritize your health and really find some More adaptive coping strategies to deal with stress is still existing during the pandemics. Isn't there just two doctors something good about being out in nature? Yes, Nature offers so much healing even above and beyond What human connection can offer study showing his little is five minutes out in nature that there's an improvement. Too many aspects of our well being. So again, you know who was summer's here? Lots of state parks. National Park County parks to get out in, like, specify, and just really prioritize that with your family and friends, Dr Shalimar Gain a distinguished psychologist that you w health, joining us live on Wtmj a couple of interesting things out of this survey. You reference Dr the fact that almost half of us are unsure about coming back out again, even if we're vaccinated, So it's not like that, for for a lot of folks that it's liberating to get those shots, But for other people, maybe not so much. And also there's the thing we hear so much about people who don't want to wear a mask. But then there's another anxiety that being no mask anxiety. That, too, is very real. Yeah, You know, mass really represented security blanket, so to speak, and has been the most tangible way we have and most effective way of preventing the spread of covert 19 and all of the sudden to be going into places where a lot of people aren't wearing masks can be really anxiety provoking Again. Just go with your own pace adjusted these guidelines in the way that feels right to you, and it's so important not to judge other people for their choices. I've heard so many stories recently of people being shamed for wearing a mask, and that's just such a service, You know, be kind to one another. And you know what's right for yourself and your family. Remember kids? Just 5 11 haven't been vaccinated. A lot of people with health issues like autoimmune disorder disorder haven't been able to be vaccinated. So you know if you want to wear masks to keep yourself safe, that's great. And don't judge others. That's their choice. Dr. Shailagh Murray gain a distinguished psychologist at UW health. Joining us live on Wtmj..

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"80 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:59 min | 2 months ago

"80 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"80 degrees in Boston after 10 o'clock Good evening. I'm Don Huff. Here's what's happening. President Biden calling on the intelligence community to get to the bottom of the origins of the Corona virus pandemic. In directing a new 90 Day review, the president says more needs to be asked of China. We have been saying that for very long time that China needed to provide more access to the lab. Cooperate more fully with the scientific investigators. Deputy White House press secretary Karine Jean Pierre says the U. S hopes the World Health Organization will also conduct a new probe. W H O report in March said it was extremely unlikely Cove it leaked from a lab president Biden says the U. S intelligence community has not reached a definitive conclusion. Stephen Portnoy. CBS NEWS Washington With more than 50% of American adults vaccinated against covert, there's still one group that remains in danger because they cannot get vaccinated. Those who are immuno compromised, such as transplant patients here. CBS is Nicky Batiste. Dr Dorry Segev is a transplant surgeon at Johns Hopkins. I'm hearing Of transplant and other immuno suppressed people who got vaccinated and relaxed their safety behaviors and are now being admitted to hospitals and some are dying because they get over 19. Johns Hopkins tested the vaccine's effectiveness on truck in this email revealed two shots produced no covert antibodies. It was like I've got punch. It's your medication that's essentially opposing the vaccine. But you cannot take your medication. Not taking that medication is just not an option. Nicky Batiste, CBS News Saddle River, New Jersey At least eight people are dead after a mass shooting at a Transportation center in San Jose, California. Santa Clara County Sheriff's office confirming the shooter is also dead from a suspected self inflicted gunshot wound because they say the officers did not return fire here. CBS is Jamie Yuccas. The first.

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"80 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 2 months ago

"80 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Three's okay along the South Shore and 24 95 look good heading down to Rhode Island. Rob Hackler. WBZ is traffic of the three and a good ride and a beautiful forecast as well. Let's get the four day WBC AccuWeather forecast now from meteorologists met Ben warm for today, with intervals of clouds and sunshine can't rule out of shower here for this afternoon. Eyes from 75 to 80 degrees sixties oh, out on the Cape and Islands remaining mild for tonight. Patchy clouds low 59 tomorrow, perhaps an afternoon shower in spots, otherwise partly sunny highs from 74 to 78 degrees once again in the sixties on the Cape and islands Monday, mix of clouds and sunshine, perhaps an afternoon shower in spots High 67 at the Coast seventy's inland and for Tuesday partly sunny training milder high 77. I'm actually me that all the map ends. WBZ. Boston's news radio and in the region is 50 and Danvers. Right now, 63 Chelsea 48 in behavioral and 63 degrees in Boston is by 55 in time for your next job. Choosing the right gift for a college grad can be hard, but consider these unique gifts that are helpful to any young person's career. By your graduate five coffee gift cards, along with the contact information of five people in your network give them access. The people that can help get their career started. Truly an invaluable gift for the grads that you feel closest to Another idea is to buy the U. R l of the graduates name or their name with a miss or mister or amazing before it and asked them to start the most creative website they could think of just for their own enjoyment. Who knows where it leads that? It can be fun. Subscription to an online journal that will encourage them to continue alerting even after college is another good idea. Or.

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"80 degrees" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:46 min | 3 months ago

"80 degrees" Discussed on WSB-AM

"80 degrees on Peachtree Street at six. So one WSB meteorologist Kurt Mello says his exclusive five day forecast on the way and next triple team traffic Here is Mark McKay. Weapon over circling the biggest problem so far in the rush hour. It's a gridlock alert out of the Cabinet winning county on I 85 North bound. Four of seven ladies are knocked out with his crash. I 85 north just before Jimmy Carter Boulevard exit 99 of those four left plays include the H Okay, Express Lane, It is Champ Act now back at two Spaghetti junction, Your 85 north about alternate Buford Highway up to Jimmy Carter Boulevard. You can also use out of door across all of the service Street just east of the interstate to work your way up to J. C B. Of course, Peachtree Industrial Boulevard. Also an alternate, could be a while before we over the four left leg. It's also having an impact on 25 watching from the core. A carrier traffic center. My shield, right 25 East Bell. The interlude really certainly fill the brake lights starting around piece for Industrial Boulevard exit 31. You can exit out there or Buford Highway like smiling said. Go North bound. That's a great alternative. These backups, Wilson will continue to grow to 25 doors down the afterlife. Also feeling the impact brake lights now begin before Shanley took road exit 34 on the West Side prefers stacked and packed 25 south on the absolute from South Elena rode up to $16.20 the West Freeway. Nothing but follow You there. Triple team traffic 95.5 WSB and about this a TV erect that you've heard about in Clayton County Channel two's Tom Jones and breaking development confirms That a child who was riding the A TV has died after being hit in traffic. This is highway 1 38 at near Highway 3 14 will have more about this. It's 6 30. The Biden administration has issued new guidelines for mask wearing or not swim. You're outside. Starting today, the president.

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"80 degrees" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:37 min | 3 months ago

"80 degrees" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Wide a little black and evil saves. No, please 1 39 on top radio 7 98 bc the John Phillip show. Steve Edwards just texted me and asked me to give out the phone number again. 802 22 k A. B C is the number If you have a question for Dr Kelly victory, who you could follow on Twitter at Dr Kelly Victory That's 802 22 K A. B. C. Let's go back to the phones and begin with George, Georgia on K A. B. C. Hello. Yes, Um I have two things. One is, um the visor was supposed to be kept it. Minus 80 degrees. Are the pharmacist at Barnes was telling me the other day. That the new protocol for Fizer is minus 10 degrees. So that's one thing I wanted to know if the doctor was aware of that. The other is I recently had a tetanus that Syria protests of vaccine And they gave me a piece of paper they talked about. The vaccine adverse event reporting system. But they also talk about something else. That, um, I'm sure the doctors or wherever she may want to talk about it. And that's the National Vaccine Injury compensation program. Which is a federal program that was created to compensate people who may have been injured by vaccines. Well, this is not suing the pharmaceuticals. This is a program through the federal government. Would this apply to these vaccines for Cove? It Thanks for the call George and let me take those in reverse order with regard to compensation for vaccine injury. No, it does not apply to the covert vaccines specifically because they are not FDA approved because they're being used only under the emergency use authorization, their experimental and that's one of the concerning things to me is that not only are you taking something that's not FDA approved. But you're signing away any recourse not only did not sue the pharmaceutical company, but that you cannot participate in the reimbursement or anything compensation from the federal government if you suffer an injury. With regard to the how the vaccines are stored. Yes, initially both flies or animal there Now we're supposed to be stored at super cold temperatures, you know, minus 80 degrees. That's because RNA in particular is very, very fragile compared to Didna, which is what's used in both the AstraZeneca and Johnson and Johnson Vaccines. Messenger RNA is very fragile. It falls apart easily and needs to be stored. It quote temperatures. I am aware that they changed the protocol. I'm not sure on what basis but I have every reason to believe that they determined that it was reasonably stable. Even one store just at minus 10 degrees. Nonetheless, having to store vaccines at those cold temperatures simply makes it more complicated with regard to vaccine dispersal, actually getting them to places that need them because of the cold storage facilities. It's certainly a lot easier when you have a vaccine like Johnson and Johnson or AstraZeneca that could be stored at regular refrigerator temperatures simply because it makes it easier for your average doctor's office or pharmacy, for example. Just keep in store those vaccines. Let's welcome Daniel to the program, Daniel. Hello. On there. I would like to know. Dr Victory, if strictly speaking, is the function of a covert vaccine or perhaps any vaccine, but at least the covert vaccine is the function. Strictly to block the virus from surviving in your body at all, Or is it merely to reduce the symptoms in your body? Great question, Daniel that different vaccines work differently. The goal is always if possible, is they have the antibodies that are formed to the virus actually wipe it out, so it simply doesn't take hold and doesn't cause disease at all. That's what we'd like at a minimum, however, what we end up getting Is somewhere in between that if you do get infected with it, you will have a less severe course of it. That the course will be shorter. No vaccine. I don't care is 100%, but to the best sometimes we could do is have a vaccine that produces a less severe illness or a shorter course. It was absolutely the goal of all of these events that seem manufacturers that the start five Ramo, Darren a. J and J. Estrogen, medical, all of them. Their goal would be to create a vaccine from which you develop antibodies that actually just wiped out the virus out so you don't get sick at all. But clearly they have no Said that they don't think that they're vaccines will do that. They think that their vaccines will, in all likelihood, at least cause you to have a much less severe case if you get infected. You have a question for Dr Kelly Victory. Give us a call It 802 22 K ABC. More of your calls coming up, But right now it's time to take a look at the roads. Can we see the bendable traffic Pyramid Lake? The five North founded Vista del Lago crash on the right shoulder. The big rig hit the sand barrels would then tells on the water one South bound at the Penghu Canyon Boulevard crash on the right shoulder slow from Valley Circle Boulevard. Hollywood have slow on the one on one South, bound between Melrose and the 1 10 Long Beach work Zone on the 91 eastbound at the 7 10 ramp to the 17 South is closed for tree work until 2 30. It's stop and go from Long Beach Boulevard. Stay slow to Atlantic Riverside. The 2 15 north bound, approaching central Wreck, moved to the center divider stop and go from cactus. That's dependable traffic. I'm Kevin Trip on Am 7 90 KBC as Life's Luli. Did I say slowly, let me just reemphasize that slowly returns back to normal..

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Chicago Weather: Rain Covers The Weekend

Chicago's Afternoon News

01:56 min | 3 months ago

Chicago Weather: Rain Covers The Weekend

"Spring, beginning around Chicago areas and fasting. And so Sunday rain again, But not as often. I still think we'll have good chances through I looks like Saturday. We may see the bulk of it could be heavy at times so we could see you know, over half an inch of rain may be close to an inch in some spots. So good soaking on Saturday and then some residual moisture still on Sunday. What's happening is these systems come in, They get stuck overhead. We call them cut off lows. You may have heard them known as upper Level low, so well. Ah, Cut off low is a weather man's Whoa! Which basically means we're stuck in this pattern for a little bit. So whatever you have happening tends to get kind of backed up and we're gonna be seeing the clouds, the cooler temperatures and some rain. Not just through the weekend, but even as we might possibly lag over into Monday, So okay, then, about the rest of the week, though it looks like it's mid fifties or so, Yeah, I mean, it's going to be a little bit on the cooler side. We were a little bit spoiled earlier this week, getting 80 degrees for the first time. That was wonderful. We'll still get some sunshine here and there, But you know, our temperatures will be cooler. We probably will not hit 80 degrees for a little while here. In fact, we may have trouble getting into the seventies. But, you know, Monday Tuesday will probably get fifties to sixties for most of these days with, you know the cooler temperatures at night as well. Good news is you don't have to run the air conditioners open up a few windows. It's still pretty nice getting fresh air. You know any thunderstorms over the weekend? I like a good thunderstorm. I haven't heard one yet. You know, it's it's always my favorite sleeping weather to hear the slow rumbles of thunder. It just puts me right to bed, especially if you've predicted it right. Yeah, Yes, very satisfying to close your eyes at night like that, But we could definitely see a few rumbles of thunder. Some flashes of lightning. It'll be daytime. Most likely when temperatures are just a little bit warmer. So you may see your here. You know a little bit of that, as we move through Saturday, so possibility?

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"80 degrees" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:23 min | 4 months ago

"80 degrees" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"80 degrees as we go on a Wednesday night still mostly cloudy and mild, the temperature stay in the mid sixties overcast 70 degrees at DFW Airport. This news brought to you by Reliant Air conditioning Governor Greg Abbott warning of a humanitarian crisis at the Texas Mexico border during a trip to the Texas Mexico border governor and it described a surge in drug smuggling. He says his resulted from a recent influx in illegal border crossings. He had a mess. Pidge for the drug cartels. You better take your activity to some other place because they will not be accepted in Texas. The governor's called on DPS and the Texas National Guard to boost resource is in manpower at the border and is asking the federal government for more help. The governor placed blame on what he called relaxed immigration policies of the Biden administration on the recent surge. Clayton Nevil W B A P knew the 18 T. Byron Nelson will be hosting limited fans of the 2021 golf tournament at TPC Craig Ranch in McKinney. Tournament scheduled for May. 13th of the 16th tournament chair, Jeff Walter says they're aiming for 10,000 people a day feel that this is a number that we can very safely social distance and follow all the current health and safety protocols and it's a very similar number where some of the events on the tour are now going to be. It's already made will be honored. First. A portion of complimentary tickets will also be allocated for military first responders and health care workers. The House is preparing to vote on President Joe Biden's $1.9 Trillion American rescue plan. After the Senate made changes, House Minority Whip Steve Scalise criticizing the bill. It's yet one more example of Speaker Pelosi pushing a socialist agenda that's focused on taking away the rights of hardworking families, while also bankrupting the next generation with mountains of debt by administration has said the response needs to be massive because the crisis is Texas business closing numbers on Wall Street. The Dow up 30 points NASDAQ Up 4 65 the S and P 500 Up 54 again the low Tonight, 60. It is 70 degrees. This news also brought to you by new spray. The WB AP News Desk America BUSHMAN Your next update at 4 30 24 7 coverage. A W B a p dot com This'll is the news and talk of Texas. It's D FW's Court of public opinion with Rick Roberts. There's got to be a few 100 million more like me, just.

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"80 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:30 min | 5 months ago

"80 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Active the Bucks X and podcast. Listen, wherever you listen to podcasts. We'll crack 80 degrees this afternoon. You might ask if that's a record. Well, it's not above average. Do you have a child 69, but the records 90 set back in 1904. Some sun and 81 will go tonight. A chance of a shower 54 change tomorrow. Some showers possible 59 chance of showers Early Friday. I'm restage it from a weather channel. San Antonio's official weather station is radio 1200 W away I under sunny skies and 78 degrees, and it's four o'clock at news radio 1200 w away. I Governor Greg Abbott's expected to deliver a five minute speech six this evening about the state's response to last week's deadly winter storm and the resulting power outages and water supply issues that the governor has said he'll make overhauling the state's power grid a top priority during the current legislative session in San Antonio, a special team of investigators has been formed to determine if it least 15 deaths or weather related, which could result in criminal charges against utility companies. The head of the Texas power grids, fighting back against the claim they were not prepared for the winter blast that knocked out power to million's ERC II President Bill Magnus says before the storm, they'd asked the federal government for help allowing electric generators to ignore environmental restrictions and produce more power. First time we applied for very quickly received an order from the department Energy is very unusual. Emergency orders and the outages, he says. We're done to prevent a statewide blackout. More than a dozen Texas mayors have sent a letter.

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Washington, DC-area's MedStar Health planning to receive Pfizer vaccine imminently

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 8 months ago

Washington, DC-area's MedStar Health planning to receive Pfizer vaccine imminently

"In in in our our our area area area says says says it's it's it's expecting expecting expecting to to to get get get visors visors visors vaccine vaccine vaccine soon soon soon and and and is is is preparing preparing preparing for for for how how how to to to store store store track track track and and and give give give it it it out. out. out. We have team coverage now, starting with W T O peacemaking clarity. I feel very privileged to be able to be at the forefront of helping to end some of the suffering that we've seen. Dr. Bonnie 11 runs Medstar Hospital Systems Pharmacy and says it expects to receive the first of four vaccines from Fizer, which must be stored in negative 80 degrees Celsius. Freezers. There's a core team of a couple dozen people working Crossman star to make sure that we're ready when the vaccine arrives, she says. That team is coordinating with Merrill. And and D C to plan and allocate the expected vaccine that each is getting and disperse it based on priority with health care workers at the top, so really kind of depends on your age, your job and your health as to when you will get a vaccine. Meghan Cloherty w T o P News, So you may have been hearing a

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Houston, Warmer weather returns ahead of our next cold front

Sean Hannity

00:19 sec | 8 months ago

Houston, Warmer weather returns ahead of our next cold front

"And and and another another another day day day approaching approaching approaching record. record. record. High High High taps taps taps are are are record record record high high high today. today. today. The The The airport airport airport 84 84 84 from from from 1965, 1965, 1965, and and and we're we're we're close to it at 80 degrees this afternoon 65 tonight and low eighties throughout the weekend. Little bit of a drop to the numbers next week and the chance for some showers by Wednesday attempts, mainly in the seventies next week. Meteorologist

Washington DC Weather: Patchy Fog With Sunshine On The Way

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

00:28 sec | 9 months ago

Washington DC Weather: Patchy Fog With Sunshine On The Way

"We do have some patches fog around the area, and it may take all morning long before it burns off. We're headed up to a high temperature of 72 degrees today in sunshine on tap for tomorrow Wednesday Thursday, close to 80 degrees each day than mid seventies Friday. Our next weather maker

"80 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:21 min | 10 months ago

"80 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

"Plus free delivery and no interest financing available. Jack Taylor. W T o p Traffic Lauren Rick, it says the details on a really nice day. In our forecast, they learn a There is going to be a beautiful day. The sun officially coming up 10 minutes ago, and we're going to be looking at a sunny day and a warmer dates already a warmer start with temperatures in the forties and fifties headed to right around 80 degrees today main story today. Wins. It'll be breezy at times, Southwest winds at about 10 to 20 Miles an hour some higher gusts. But again, we're dry overnight. We could have some clouds. Temperatures are going to be back into the forties and fifties, and then we cleared a sunshine tomorrow and Friday. Temperatures tomorrow and Friday. Cooler right around 70 degrees for this weekend heads up. It looks like most of Saturday's dry with increasing clouds temperatures mid to upper seventies but by Saturday night At least Monday. That'll be the time frame that we will have to watch for some rain to push into the area and that would be directly from the remnants of Hurricane Delta, which is now a Category three hurricane should make landfall along the Gulf Coast well later on Friday. I know we'll make a turn to the North and east and could see some of that rain here by the end of the weekend and into the beginning of next week. 56 right now in Washington, Baltimore at 53, Leesburg, 46. Fredericksburg, 55 54 Right now, in friendship Heights. Brought to you by lend the plumber trusted Same day service seven days a week. 7 21 now and DC lawmakers are giving renters more rights when it comes to evictions. Well. There is a moratorium on evictions during the state of emergency. A recent study of the district found that as soon as it expires, there could be a wave of eviction summons last year, more than 30,000 evictions were filed by landlords in D. C. Superior Court and Ward three councilmember Merry Chase says some 39,000 are queued up to be filed after the emergency moratorium on evictions is lifted that assistance and the moratorium, for example, will not last indefinitely. Her bill, which passed unanimously increases transparency of the tenants. In process prohibits evictions were the amount owed is less than $600 and allows for the ceiling of records over three years old. These records are used by landlords to either deny an apartment to someone or to increase the rent has a very cheerily negative and devastating effect on people who want to rent.

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Colorado’s COVID-19 hospitalizations reach highest level since July

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

05:36 min | 10 months ago

Colorado’s COVID-19 hospitalizations reach highest level since July

"Of people hospitalized with covert 19 in Colorado is now at its highest level since July. That follows the pattern of rising case numbers over the last four weeks. And is in line with what we're seeing around the country. On top of that. The CDC has revised its guidelines to acknowledge possible airborne transmission in indoor spaces, and the entire country is keeping a watch, of course on President Trump's Koven 19 battle. Let's get into it with Denver Health Infectious disease specialist Dr Connie Price on her live line. Good to have you again. Hello. Thanks for having me. So tell us your concern level. Of course, it's going to be 80 degrees all week long seventies over the weekend, But soon, you know, winter is right around the corner. What's your concern level about when we spend more time inside because of the cold weather outside. Well, we certainly have to pay more attention to the indoor environment the size of the room. The number of people at how well ventilated it is, it makes the risk of transmission higher. As says. Now the CDC and their revised guidelines on indoor space is impossible. Airborne transmission. Isn't that something we knew months ago. And why did the guidelines keep changing? I think it's always been clear that it's some form of respiratory transmission at some form of droplets, and whether it's a large droplet or a small droplets that remains offended in the air. Any large droplet has the potential to be broken down into the small, tiny droplets. So yes, I think we've always known about that potential. Ah, no, I think they're just highlighting some data around what we already think We knew in the beginning ofthe this anyway, Does it feel to you like Colorado zero Being the health protocols may be better than other states are with the masks and and Washington social distancing. Well, I think we are. We were one of the earliest states to be hit with coded 19, and we were able to get it into control well relatively quickly, and we've been able to keep our rates down to the point where we have Not overwhelmed our health care system. So I'm really proud of how we've done. But what are you seeing right now? An uptick over the past month or so. And And why do you think that is? Always been an up tick in the new diagnosis of cases in the outpatient setting, and just recently over the last week or so, we have seen that starting to hit the hospital now, not anywhere near what we were seeing at the peak of this At the peak of this, we had over 800 almost 900 Kate hospitalized cases in Colorado. Just put that in perspective. We're just over 200. Now. What's your feeling about testing in Colorado? Is it where it needs to be? And if not, when's it going to ramp up? Well, a supply chain has opened up quite a lot. It's still not perfect. I think all of us would test a lot more liberally. If we knew we had unlimited supplies coming in at any time, so That's no a little bit of a barrier but is way better. And it wasjust beginning with this doctor. We've seen what's happening in New York is school shut down in classrooms Go back online. What's Colorado, seeing as Faras School age infections of Corona virus go What we are seeing most of our infections in the younger kind of 20 year old age cohort. So the college age Ah, patients are coming in. But you know, younger school younger school age kids, particularly, you know, kindergarten first grade, really very few infections relative to what we see in adults. Well, that's positive news. But would you say that when you see this uptick over the last month or two that it's in all age groups? Well, it has trickled into other age groups, but still far and away. The most frequently diagnosed age cohort is in roughly the 20 year old 20 to 30 year old 20 to 40 year old age card. And before we run, What are the keys? Do you think to Colorado getting this pandemic under more controlled before there's a vaccine available? I think he's doing more of what we're doing. Continue our social distancing where math when, at least within 6 ft of others and in any indoor space. And, you know, just continue using good common sense. Um and I think we can get through this and given flu season's coming up. Make sure to get your flu vaccine because we don't wanna have a twin dem IQ with both flew and co bed going into the fall. Speaking of that, I don't know if you've seen flu cases yet, but certainly the smoke in the air are these things, mimicking the same symptoms that people would have from Kodai teen. And is that a probably Is that problematic for you? We haven't seen a lot of that, at least in our acute care settings with smoke. It may be more of an issue closer to the wild fires, but I think it's a little bit different. More of an irritated cough. I think with a bit of flu you do get you feel much sicker. You know you muscle aches and fatigue, which maybe you wouldn't get with the wildfires. Yeah, more symptomatic to the flu. It sounds like

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Cold front moves through Houston: Less humidity and cooler temps but with warm afternoons

Michael Berry

00:13 sec | 10 months ago

Cold front moves through Houston: Less humidity and cooler temps but with warm afternoons

"Moved moved on on through through Houston. Houston. Northwest Northwest winds winds air air in in and and breezy breezy weather weather here here Temperatures Temperatures northern northern suburbs suburbs in in the the 50 50 61 61 downtown downtown Tuesday Tuesday Sunshine, Sunshine, a a high high of of 80 80 degrees degrees and and mid mid and and upper upper eighties eighties for for midweek. midweek. Meteorologist Meteorologist

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Smoke from West Coast wildfires reaches Washington DC sky

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:02 min | 11 months ago

Smoke from West Coast wildfires reaches Washington DC sky

"Lauren, You're really not that bad, And there's a lot of areas that are still in the fifties. Right now. We're headed into the upper sixties and lower seventies. Today, you may notice. It's not that sunny out there. Yeah, if we didn't have smoke, that's all smoke. Coming off the West Coast and catching a ride on the jet stream. We didn't blue skies but we're seeing the smoke at the higher elevations coming right on into the East coast and writings of mid Atlantic and again from the wildfires s O. We are looking at a hazy day. Milky sky with some veiled sunshine temperatures again Right around 70 or dry today and dry tomorrow could have a little He's around tomorrow temperatures tomorrow Gonna be topping out near 80 degrees, then Thursday touchy humidity. Increasing clouds and temperatures around 80 will have about a 30% chance of scene. Some showers and thunderstorms on Thursday by Friday we're tracking remnants of Sally is it makes a turn to the East Coast could see a few showers here. But some of the guidance today has it headed south. That means we'd stay dry. Keep your fingers crossed for that were drawing to the weekend. 59 right now in

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Expect warmer temps for Chicago

Steve Cochran

00:48 sec | 11 months ago

Expect warmer temps for Chicago

"The W G N Chicago Weather Center here's meteorologist Mike Hammer, noon by Pleasant weather will continue here. Prosise Chicagoland area live hazy sunshine on this Tuesday warmer temperatures and yesterday For high around 80 degrees South Southwest winds 70 17 MPH Tonight Fair skies Breezy at times A lot of 60 for tomorrow. Hazy sunshine warm chance of a late day shower after five or 6 p.m. I have 81 Thursday partly to mostly cloudy, breezy and much cooler. 5 68 Friday partly cloudy, cool 68 on Saturday partly sunny The high around 70 from the weather Center. Meteorologist My camera in 65 mostly sunny right now at O'Hare 61 Morris hit 64 at the lakefront in Gary this morning at 65. Now your

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"80 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:53 min | 11 months ago

"80 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

"Work song along the westbound side of I 70 year old 65. The left lane taken away on the Beltway is still running well, all the way around to Maryland and Virginia McClurg w T o P traffic Now to Storm Team four. Meteorologist Samara Theodore. Tonight Temperatures go down to the sixties affront is getting ready to clear the region so through the overnight hours, Cem Rain showers are possible moving from west to East. By tomorrow morning. We're dry plenty of sunshine breaking through humidity dropping through the day highs around 80 degrees. Tuesday. Plenty of sunshine high temperatures in the low seventy's but get this We're starting off the day in the fifties and upper forties for some By Wednesday. The humidity stays low. We get tons of sunshine and highs in the mid to upper seventies Thursday, Thursday's highs will be around 80 degrees will start to see an influx of clouds through the day in a chance for rain later. Friday. We are going to be tracking the remnants of Sally and we could get in on some rain activity because of that, as we head through your Friday I'm storm team for meteorologists. Samara Theodore, We have partly cloudy skies over the Washington region right now, and it is Carly 74 in Rockville, Maryland, 72 Tysons Corner and in Washington, D. C. It's 75 degrees at 9 30. Thiss is w t o p your source for today's top news, traffic and weather, always connected and constantly updated. In your car at home at work Hands on the go. W GOP Never miss a moment. Good evening, particularly Ano occasion. James's at the editor's desk Coming up. Louisiana's governor is warning about the approaching tropical storm Sally. Concerned because the major threat is this storm moving very slowly threatening plenty of rain. Tic tac may have found a partner to satisfy US regulators. It's American partner. Maybe all our coal DCs 11th annual overnight Arts festival going virtual for this year. I'm Andrea Camryn 9. 30 Yes, NewsBrief still recovering from Laura, Southeast Louisiana, now preparing for a tropical storm. Sally Governor John Bell. Edwards have a really good reason to be very concerned about. This, uh, particularly because it is going to be a very slow moving storm and a slow moving storm in slow moving rainmaking flooding more of a concern. The burning flames aren't the only threat with the wildfires in the West. CBS News meteorologist Jeff Farraday, Lee explains how smoke is affecting everyone not have any kind of winds in the upper atmosphere. TTO evacuate the smoke, and so a lot of it is settling down to the ground, making for somewhat suffocating conditions that horrible air quotes. President Trump, appealing to the Latino vote today in Las Vegas achieved.

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Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued For NoVA, Washington DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:14 min | 11 months ago

Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued For NoVA, Washington DC

"Is is the the warnings warnings have have either either expired expired or or they've they've been been cancelled cancelled a a few few minutes minutes early early that that storm storm that in particular we were watching in Montgomery County in Howard County. As we can quite a bit in the past 15 minutes, no longer above severe levels. It's still a thunderstorm is still putting down some pretty heavy rainfall. But the potential for any large hail or really strong, gusty winds is now pretty much over with. So the warning Is cancelled early, but still some fairly heavy rain from the Seneca area through Rockville in Rossmore, White oak up to sandy spring in Brookville and over the line into a highland in scaggsville and love on savage areas. Uh, just to the north of the Montgomery County side of the Beltway. Just to the north of Beltway is the heavy rain. Aah! And again. It stretches into parts of Howard County and up towards the Baltimore area to sew. The warning has not been extended to the East and unlikely is It's an an unlikely unlikely unlikely that that that will will will be be be extended extended extended any any any farther farther farther to to to the the the east east east through through through Northern Northern Northern Prince Prince Prince George's George's George's in in in and and and around, around, around, Oh Oh Oh counties, counties, counties, But But But it it it is is is the the the remnants remnants remnants are are are still still still moving moving moving to to to the the the east. east. east. So So So those those those areas areas areas are are are still going to get some heavy rain in the next few minutes or so. We're not seeing any thunderstorm development now in Virginia anymore, except that northern tip of Fairfax County, and we're not seeing any thunderstorm development in southern Maryland. So even though there is a still a severe thunderstorm watch until midnight. For those areas, stuff will likely be cancelled early, so the thunderstorms that exist in northern Maryland will continue to wind down for the next two hours and 90 minutes or so. Everything will be out of here completely by midnight. Regardless, Temperatures will continue to fall through the eighties through the low to mid seventies for overnight lows. It'll be a warm and muggy night. And tomorrow after dude. We'll do it all over again. And with a stronger cold front on the way from the north, With even hotter temperatures. We will likely see Maur storms than today of affecting more locations. And some of them could be stronger, too. So so more severe weather likely tomorrow afternoon into the evening. Amaro size of being the upper eighties, too low nineties But behind the cold front that I mentioned on Friday just a few straight leftover showers in the morning, then lowering humidity, breezy conditions the rest of the day highs in the low to mid eighties. Saturday, mostly study and warm but much less humid and much more comfortable Hae to be in the upper seventies, too. Low eighties Sunday, also 80 degrees right now in Fairfax, down to 73 behind the storms, and hi it's down in its 84 at at Washington. Washington. Reagan Reagan National, National,

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Houston in store for sweltering weekend with near triple-digit temperatures

Rush Limbaugh

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Houston in store for sweltering weekend with near triple-digit temperatures

"Heat Today, with numbers climbing up close to the triple digits are record high today. The airport one of six from 1962. We won't be quite that high, but our heat indices will heat advisory this afternoon, 99 degrees 80 degrees tonight and storms few and far between through the weekend with triple digit high temperatures.

Isolated Storm Chances For Chicago

Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Isolated Storm Chances For Chicago

"Forecast from the Perma CIA weather Center partly sunny today. Few widely scattered ra storms possible. Ah, High in the upper eighties cooler near the lake for tonight, upper sixties for low maybe a storm again, but they're isolated then for tomorrow. A slight rain or storm chance highest to the south and the high just near 80 degrees right now at O'Hare. It's 82 81 at midway and 80 at Chicago's Lakefront

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Heat Advisory For Boston Area

WBZ Midday News

01:24 min | 1 year ago

Heat Advisory For Boston Area

"To remind you. There is a heat advisory in effect in Massachusetts, also portions of northern Connecticut. On. We're looking at Northern Rhode Island as well. You are in this heat. And humidity area from saying that properly essentially, it's going to be about 96 degrees in these portions of New England, and we're looking at the heat index values up to 102. So drink plenty of fluids. They say if you are one of the guys or gals working outside, make sure you hydrate. Stay out of the sun. If you can, and certainly check up on relatives and neighbors. That is always a concern. Make sure they're doing okay. Thunderstorms are possible this afternoon, and that is across the Massachusetts area, including the Cape and Islands. Maybe a little bit of break in the heat and humidity when we have those storms roll through, but not for long. It's going to be muggy. Tonight Cloudy low 73 turning out mostly sunny tomorrow bit of a break. Not much, just a few degrees cooler. 86 are high, less human. Wednesday's our first break away from that high humidity that high Dew point finally relenting and about 80 degrees on Wednesday. We're back into those storm clouds on Thursday, little bit warmer, a little bit more human little bit more unsettled hit. Repeat, we'll have more on the forecast coming up. In

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"80 degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"80 degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Around the United States. The city of Chicago is working to keep case numbers from rising here at home. But first the forecast from the W G in Chicago Weather Center here is meteorologist Mike Jansen. No big changes in our weather around here, mainly clear tonight lows in the upper sixties Sr 70 then mostly sunny as we close out the work week on Friday, inland highs in the lower nineties but lower eighties air expected by the wake Mostly clear again Friday night, with lows near 70 degrees, mostly sunny for the Fourth of July holiday. Saturday's high near 90 inland but around 80 degrees at the lakefront It's going to become partly cloudy tapir Sunday afternoon, but temperatures are still expected to reach the lower nineties inland but saying the lower eighties by the lake mostly sunny, inhuman on Monday could see a few stray showers or thunderstorms. In the afternoon when highs reached the lower nineties inland. We'll look for mid eighties by the lakefront. Then Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, all expected to be partly cloudy. Human And the chance for widely scattered showers and thunderstorms will be out there a CZ well inland highs in the lower nineties. They're going to feel more like the upper nineties of possibly close to 100 factor, not humidity. Like those lakeside high would be in the mid eighties from the W. J. M Weather Center. I'm meteorologist Mike Jansen. The city of Chicago says If you're coming from a Corona virus hot spot, you're going to quarantine WG ends Ryan Burrow explains the numbers of new covert 19 cases. Hospitalizations.

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"80 degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"80 degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"In the middle 40s and forty seven with those clear skies and bloomington wins that are fairly light out there for you this morning but as we played out your friday gradually winds will increase and eventually the clouds will increase two but sunshine right on through your one shower today in a pretty nice temperature here at seventy one degrees we'll start off with a little bit of a west wind around ten miles per hour after noon that cold front moves through and we'll see those wins turnaround to the northwest but still temperatures will make it into the middle 70s later today and there's a gradual increase in cloud cover but dry conditions that we're going to hold on to as far as those afternoon high actually actually coming back in just a little bit above average for this time of year round indy it's seventy six near 80 degrees free and bloomington as well as columbus 75 at monte in seventy four in lafayette tonight temperatures dropping even in indianapolis i think we'll be down in the 40s so low to mid forties is where we will start things all for your saturday make sure you get that jacket lights white sure ready for first thing in the morning and then lots of sunshine temperatures now get a warm quite as quickly though for the first half of our weekend will spend much of the day in the '60s with an afternoon high right around seventy degrees at once again it's going to be on the chilly side for sunday morning down to forty one in noblesville talkative about forty three in lafayette forty two and coq mmo two slightly warmer around wilmington i columbus at that 45 degree mark so we're not talking about patchy frost here but just to sign that those seasons are changing a little bit but they're going to change again in the seventy planning forecast pretty dry stretch of whether were in the '70s for afternoon highs right on through sunday and then the 80s action we make a little bit of a comeback here early next week high temperatures right around eighty agrees those loans getting closer.

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"80 degrees" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:40 min | 4 years ago

"80 degrees" Discussed on WJR 760

"And weather first on the fives now from the la fontaine cadillac buick gmc of highland weather center increasing the temperatures for the next couple of days making it up into the mid '80s for midweek 80 degrees are high this afternoon clear tonight low 62 mid80s tomorrow and the chance for some thundershowers tomorrow night and forth thursday from the weather channel i'm scott lawrimore loose talk seven in sixty wjr sunny skies seventy seven degrees next news coming up at four o'clock bulletins as news breaks ken rogulski wjr news this is the guy gordon show on news talk seven sixty wjr so a federal judge last night granted a ninety day injunction against immigration officials who are seeking to deport over one hundred iraqi christians cal the ends now they are not technically us citizens but they were in the country legally many of them for decades all face deportation for past crimes but their attorney these contended sending them back to iraq would be tantamount to religious persecution guaranteeing torture and perhaps even death so this ninety day injunction buys them time clarence sas is there attorney in joins us this afternoon clarence good afternoon good afternoon guy'd come perhaps good to have you on how important is this day and what will it allow you to do on their behalf in this interim it so important herbal repack hurter per month and a half britain can recruit hurtling time could ripple dirt all 100 integrated who are all the more in court get will agree for oil harker ornery hurt worker now colonel bukar regrets we're only going to hamper day after we had ninety eight bow allow evil fire into almost and for every person affected ann arbor could be heard on federal court on the record beck quicker that we believe rebecca iraq back in iraq were reconquer death for them so what do you think you're prospects are in immigration port especially is for those clients that were convicted long ago and who have clean criminal record since then what i think it important organ degrees record in order for women were hat however our countries have ratified along called mccann convention corker worker require that we use our over ever crap market ecoaudit in our country art agreed knock kufo backed country rick scrutiny for her for corker heading and.

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