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"90 degrees" Discussed on Mind Pump
"Bulletproofing themselves. Protecting themselves from more criticism. Well, one thing it does do is charge your phone. So if that may be a reason people do it. I see. Really benefit. Really? Yeah. Speaking of phone, did you guys see the Tesla phone? No. No, I haven't broke up dog pulled up. What is Tesla not doing? 'cause I still hear that they're coming out with the robot, you know, they're coming out with all kinds of new crazy stuff. Anybody's going to disrupt that market or apple's stranglehold on the culture around phones? It's Tesla. It's Musk. Elon Musk. Okay, think about it this way. Steve Jobs, right? He's passed away, but his legacy lives on. And he's got a cult like follower, at least Apple does, right? The only other person that could see that could challenge that is Elon Musk. He's got the same interesting. So do you think that, okay, 'cause you know apple is trying to make an electric car and roll that. Right? So it's like they're kind of towing their foot in his waters. Versus now he's trying to make a phone. Which one do you think is going to be more successful? I always have said that this is how billionaires just fuck with each other. Like, all right, you're going to fucking get in moving my space. I'm going to get into your space just to fuck with it. What are the dude has like four cameras on it? You can video and shoot the same time. It takes up the entire surface of the phone so there's no edge like iPhone or the Google phone have. So it's completely all screen. It can be charged solar. Now that is cool. How cool is that? So the back of it is like a solar panel. So like light on your dashboard, let the sun charge your phone. Leave your phone on the stomach. It makes perfect sense. It's solar. Wow. I know. So it looks, it looks cool. Maybe it was a heating issue. You know, why they haven't rolled that out. Yeah, you know, okay, so again, if you look at and I have family members that are in like super into tech, my son is like a big he loves this kind of.
"90 degrees" Discussed on KTRH
"In Conroe. It's 87 degrees in Houston, 90 degrees of Ktrh top tax defenders. 24 hour Weather Center. The Times Now 61 our top story. The feds are reportedly planning to ramp up deportation flights to Haiti over the next week. They had previously been paused after a massive earthquake devastated the island nation. This comes amid a massive influx of illegal immigrants at the border in South Texas. Some of the 12,000 Haitians packed under an international bridge del Rio. Will be flown to other sectors of the U. S border for processing Breitbart. Brandon Darby has been reporting on the border for years and says he's never seen anything like those 1000 plus migrants under one bridge, he told KPRC nine fifties Kenny Webster, it's even more concerning during the global pandemic. When we have thousands of people showing up at our border being dispersed across our country, it does become difficult to take the government as a whole seriously when they're so concerned about the virus about covid, yet they're allowing that to occur. Darby says A large number of media outlets have all but ignored the growing humanitarian crisis at the border. Ktrh news time 602 Wall Street is closing out the week in the red at the closing bell, The Dow Jones lost 166 points. The S and P fell 40 points and the NASDAQ dropped 137 points. The Houston Astros are back home for a weekend series with the Arizona Diamondbacks. Starting tonight. Pregame starts right now on sports talk 7 90 will join it at seven o'clock here on Ktrh. News, all demanded ktrh.
"90 degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Sun and clouds for the remainder of the day. We do have rain down in Homestead, a little storm up lasting through there. It's nearly 90 degrees. It's 88 right now in Weston and 89, Pompano Beach. 11, 2 and governing entities here in Florida that require employees get vaccinated will be facing a hefty fine governor. Rondy Santa's continues fighting back the Biden administrations vaccine mandate. He said that those local officials who follow the mandate will be in violation of state law will face a $5000 fine for every single violation. The governor echoing what many in Washington agree with and That is at the Biden push for a nationwide mandate is unconstitutional. The number of covid cases meanwhile, in the Sunshine State are much lower as more people get vaccinated. The state's vaccination rate now over 65% 17th highest in the country, Infectious disease expert professor Dr Aileen Marty warns, infected and vaccinated threaten the health of everyone. Even the vaccinated, Marty says. Those without the vaccine shed enormous amounts of virus, and that's what overcomes your vaccine defenses in rare cases, while of course of vaccine is not a magical healed that keeps the virus from getting into your body. It does help prevent the viral particles from entering yourselves. The latest status shows Florida Porting just over 100,000 new cases for the weekend. September 12th That's down 22% from the week before we'll all top news radio 6 10 w i. O D. 20 year old Miramar Cold case has been cracked police revealing the suspect arrested in the case of the murder of 15 year old Farah Carter. She was brutally attacked in her home back in 2000 and two detectives saying that the killer had left blood behind at the crime scene and DNA testing has proved instrumental. The former Minneapolis police officer murder George Floyd will be arraigned today on federal charges. Derek Chauvin in three other former Minneapolis police officers face charges they violated George Floyd's constitutional rights, including his right to have his medical needs attended to the indictment said the former officers saw George Floyd lying on the ground in clear need of medical care and willfully failed to aid him. Shoving was convicted earlier this year state murder charges and two of his former colleagues want to be tried in the federal charges separately from him, arguing they would be unfairly tainted. That's ABC is Aaron Carter ski reporting. More news at 11 30 MORE Brian Mud Next I'm Natalie Rodriguez. NewsRadio. 6 10. W i o D Live from South Florida Brian Mud Show starts right now. Use radio 6 10 W Y o D. We are going to stand for the men and women who are serving us. We're going to protect Florida jobs. We are not going to let people be fired because of it. 18 And something I referenced in my top three takeaways today, and that extends the multiple respects. He seems to be hinting at that, in terms of the Biden vaccine mandate also seems to be suggesting. Hey, It was the fine starting Thursday. $5000 the local governments that have vaccine mandates. There are more questions than answers with that, at this point is I want my top three tech was does that extend to For example, the Palm Beach County Tax Collector's office. She already fired eight employees who refused to get vaccinated. And what about kind of like Miami Dade, where There is a vaccine mandate. However, there is the allowance for you to get tested weekly. If you don't have the vaccination, the county by the way, for their part things that they are exempt from. What the governor is discussing in the new law over this Meanwhile, he did hold a press conference. He announced a bill to eliminate the Florida standards Assessment. The F s A, and that is something else that will be monitoring. Meanwhile, Our former governor in our current senator, Rick Scott. Joining us once again at ST Rick Scott. Senator Thank you for taking the time. Paper, Brian always great to talk to you. Yeah, likewise. And so, taking a look at the president and the incredible vaccine overreach at this point. What's your thought? And what's your guidance to 40 into at this point on principle? Feel as though they they're stuck between a rock and a hard place. Well, first off my hundreds out, everybody that's getting sick and then talking to a lot of our hospitals, and most people are ended up in hospital people that did not have the vaccine. I had covid and I got the vaccine. And if you're comfortable, look, I think you ought to get it. But governments, not job is not to do mandate after mandate. It's complete overreach, um with government ought to do And this is true. Not just the federal government but at every level of government, state, local and federal. They need to give people more information when I had when I had the Hurricanes. I got people to evacuate because I informed them when we had Zika Healthcare crisis. People did the right thing because they want to be safe. We gave him good information so I think we should trust Americans. But give people good information. It shouldn't be a political decision. It should be a hey, what's the best information so you can make an informed decision for yourself and your family, and I think American citizens will do it. Yeah, I agree. Now you've called it Biden relation And we take a look at the inflation Just today we got the CPR Consumer Price index by 0.3% higher than a year ago. So the average 40 and has to be earning 5.3% more money than a year ago. Just to break even at this point doesn't seem like it's two temporary senator. No, I mean, this is the entire this has been every month since Biden got elected and look at what he's doing. I mean, he he and the Democrats want to spend more and more and more of your money. Not, you know, the $1.9 Trillion They passed, Uh, in was April, right and with there's no accountability, you know, then you know they're trying to pass an infrastructure bill has little to do with infrastructure. Now they want if they say it's 3.5 that's really takes her death. The $45 trillion over the next 10 years $45 trillion and Government spending always causes inflation. It's real simple. It has in the from history and gas prices in Europe. 40% used car prices up 32% utilities 21% Car, new cars upset 7/7 percent. So C p. I mean, people are not. This is impacting the poorest families in the poorest families. Incomes are not going up over 5% a year people on fixed income. There's not seeing their income go up over 5% year. That means what they money they have can buy fewer things. This is all caused by ridiculous Biden spending. And he doesn't want to stop. I mean, it's bill after bill after bill that he keeps proposing to spend more money and make more and more people dependent on government, which will cause more and more inflation. It's a horrible spiral down. Senator you make so many good points there and there are a couple I want to further with you. But picking up on something you just referenced the lowest end of the social economic scale. It's it's oppression points because even as it applies to tax Increases, which we hear. The Democrats are finalizing.
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"90 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Hold ups when you drive around Tampa Bay, Fredrick Morris NewsRadio W F L A A southwesterly flow continues tonight, bringing in some extra humidity and a round of scattered storms and rain. Most of it should be isolated in eastern manatee, moving into Polk, Highlands and DeSoto and will taper down by nine o'clock clothes will reach the mid to upper seventies overnight on Wednesday will wake up to cloudy skies. Be sure to pack an umbrella as you head out the door. Rain will move in early morning and dry out by late afternoon, so we'll have a mixture of sun and clouds. By then I should reach 90 degrees before we reach the Iranians Day of the week on Thursday for Max defender eight. I'm Heather Melinda's from the Hoffman Electrical and Air Conditioning Weather Center, powered by Rude air conditioning. Do you feel embarrassed in the bedroom? Because of Eddie, or PE prestige, Men's Medical center has the solution. I'm Dr Brown 98% of patients experience a positive result from the treatment in just 10 minutes after just one office visit. Men are lasting 30 60 90 minutes or longer and it's affordable. Called Prestige Men's Medical Center at 8135387931. C results on your first visit, guarantee or pay nothing. Call 8135387931 Think you're ready to retire. Hi, Bobby. Maggie here Planning for retirement is complicated, overlook or underestimate one little thing, and it could cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars. That's why we've created the Magi plan, a tax plan and an income plan and an insurance plan. The Magi plan is a plan we customized for you, a.
"90 degrees" Discussed on KCRW
"Steps into the cold spray. On a day when the temperature is pushing 90 degrees. He's headed for an oversized bucket about four ft. Tall and almost as wide in diameter. Perched on a tower of pipes and fountains. Elaine asks the kids playing here. Where to stand hobby. Dad. Mom over there. Yes, right here. But woe, Lane says. This new public water feature is a way for kids to get out their energy on hot days. Shelly Volmer says it's working. She's here with her daughter and meets. That's pretty cool. I can't get him to leave. They don't want to go. Splash pads like this are popping up in some surprising places in small cities across the northern US Burlington, North Dakota Rothschild, Wisconsin and startle Minnesota have all recently installed Splash pads. This has been a perfect summer to have our first year with flash pad really hot Has we said at 90 quite a few days this year, Nikki Sweeter, organizes community engagement for startle. She says those once rare 90 degree days are more common now than she remembers in an odd twist. It's actually been so hot and dry this summer that the new splash pad has had to close for the past couple weeks. It's been called completely just because of the drought Sweeter says adjusting to climate change was not the top reason for building the water feature. But climate resiliency is a bonus. Cooper. Martin is the director of sustainability at the National League of Cities and says those of every size need to be thinking about the health effects of climate change. He is The most dangerous sort of climate change. Attribute it kills the most people. It puts people in hospitals, Martin says, since small cities don't likely have the funds for huge adjustments to their infrastructure. They have to adapt to climate change on a budget. We're always talking about important things that they can do in their communities for not a terribly large sum of money that reduces the heat risk things like planting more trees for shade or using lighter colored pavements to reflect heat. Or the splash pads to help residents cool down. Martin says. While the federal government takes on big marquee projects like massive solar farms and smart electrical grids, it's important for cities, however small to protect their residents from the dangers of a warming world. And part of that effort will be to build places where they can get huge buckets of water dumped on their heads for NPR news. I'm Brett Dahlberg. This is NPR news. KCRW. Sponsors include Postmates delivering food from restaurants like Calvin Raise and Takaya Organica. Learn more at Postmates dot com or on the Postmates app. 3 48 here at KCRW on this Monday afternoon. My name is Matt Dillon with you for all things considered head for us. It is a holiday here, and you know what? Let's go on a quick little radio vacation. It's hot here, but we can go hiking.
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"90 degrees" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Closed. DPW recommends checking with them before you head out, and if you are going to be having fun in areas of severe drought Please be fire aware, Joel Hillen away news radio this week going to be a hot one highs in the lower nineties. Today, upper eighties low nineties Tuesday and Wednesday, and some records possible later this week. Summer heat is going to roll on past the end of Labor Day is matter. Fact Labor Day will be in the low nineties out there giving us our 53rd Day this summer where we've had a temperature at 90 degrees or higher Now, generally, our last 90 degree day is the fourth of September. We are going to pass that by as a matter of fact, by the end of the week, we could be looking at record setting heat. That's Fox 31, chief meteorologist A Frazier. It was a rough welcome to the big leagues for Rockies pitcher Ryan Felton or Sunday he gave up three home runs, including one on the first pitch of the game lasted just two and two thirds innings as the Rockies lost to the Braves 92. Felton talked about his debut Focus today was kind of just Amazon can be aggressive in the zone and did that It was part and, obviously first pitch of the game. I'm just trying to get a strike over. And he connected with her and I talked to him. The Rockies and Braves split the four game series. The Giants come to town today for a day game. Ko a coverage starts out one with the first pitch. Schatz to 10. Our next update at 4 30. I'm Chad Bauer on K Away NewsRadio, 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM from the veteran Sports Traffic Center. Should be an easy drive on the metro, your freeways. There's no world work that's going to interfere to slow you down. Most of that was put on hold due to the holiday weekend line..
"90 degrees" Discussed on WTOP
"You shop at wise markets, you can now get rewards for almost everything you buy. And all those points add up to big savings. It better spend less. That's why it's Joe Fox. W T o p traffic Now to strengthen four of meteorologists Samara Theodore overnight. Some showers still possible. Some may be heavy at times. The good news is this rain clears out by daybreak tomorrow. So early Monday morning, the last of the rain moves out. And we set up shop for plenty of sunshine on your Labor Day holiday. Any afternoon activities and plans look good high temperatures tomorrow will climb into the low to mid eighties. We remain drive through Labor Day night and into Tuesday. In fact, we're sunny on Tuesday. High temperatures on Tuesday will also be in the low to mid eighties. By Wednesday. We heat things up a bit. High temperatures on Wednesday will be in the upper eighties awfully close to 90 degrees, and we're likely to see some showers at some point primarily during the evening hours into the overnight hours on Wednesday Thursday dry and mostly sunny, high temperatures on Thursday will be in the upper seventies low eighties. Storm team for meteorologists. Samara Theodore, now 72 degrees in Gaithersburg. It is 77 in Arlington, 76. Atlanta at 5 30. This 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 and on the go. W T o p never miss a moment. Good afternoon. I'm Jenny Glick and Gravel is our producer Coming up. The theme of the director of FEMA says ideas Devastation has revealed climate change is.
"90 degrees" Discussed on WTOP
"To near 90 degrees. I'm Sturm team for meteorologists. Amara Theodore in Maryland on the capital Bill William Prince George's county. The delays due to begin on the interlude between bird 50 and 2 14. We've cleared up a tractor trailer broken down on the left side of the roadway approaching 2, 14 Central Avenue, Montgomery County off and on delays on the outer loop from I 95 up to the area, Connecticut Avenue. It is slow off and on and again just volume delays at best to 70 traveling incident free. No problems reported on route 50 in the district. Traffic moving still a bit slowly. South Found D. C to 95 from burgers Avenue up to Pennsylvania Avenue to start volume at best. No issues were finding an I 2 95 minor delays on the freeway heading eastbound from the case. Bridge up to South Capitol Street looking for impressive fuel efficiency in your next Ride. Visit. Fit small dot com and see the new Ionic Hyundai for hybrid and electric vehicles. You can trust visit fit small dot com Steve Dresner w T o P. Traffic, Steve. Thank you right now. 69 degrees in upper Marlboro 73 in Centreville on 73 degrees downtown in northwest Washington, D C. Brought to you by long fence. Get 20% off your savings on fences, decks and papers. Go to long fence dot com and schedule your free estimate today. It's 8 10. He worked with that risk. Youth for more than 30 years now the social worker is under arrest, accused of illegally videotaping a team. The victim told Fairfax County police. She first.
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Sen. Chuck Schumer Uses Hurricane Ida for Convenient Political Narrative
"Hurricane Ida, which is Jim and I were just discussing before the show. Just pummeled major portions of Louisiana pummel them. You have 90 degree plus temperatures down there Right now you have large swaths of Louisiana, including major cities without power places destroyed major transmission power lines down people dead people grieving. You have remnants of the storm that made its way up to the Northeast now impact in two areas. I lived Queens, New York and had Arrundell County, Maryland. Devastation. People dead. You have. I think, 16 people up in the Northeast now who have died and during the break in disbelief. I'm sitting there. I'm shaven. I'm getting ready to do the show because I don't want to look like a total slob. And I'm sitting there. I put this little TV on in the background and I'm listening, and I turned and I give them a little side. I and I'm looking on the screen and you got Chuck Schumer that zero from New York to senator from New York. Greg Meeks and others the congressman up there, giving a press conference about what About climate change. Climate change. And, uh, this is this was not Part of that. I did not put this on the show run down today at all. As with most topics that happened during the break between the podcast and now And it got under my skin, folks. What kind of people are these people? You have bodies that haven't even been located yet. From this storm and naturally occurring to a natural disaster by by name. Technologically. It's a natural disaster. And their first instinct. Is to try and seek some convenient political
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Hit by Ida, Louisiana Faces Weeks Without Power
"Louisiana communities are facing the possibility of weeks without power. It's stifling late summer 90 degree heat. Hurricane Ida decimated the region's power grid, leaving hundreds of thousands without electricity, air conditioning, gasoline and warm food. Some 25,000 utility workers are in the state trying to figure out where to start as they face a daunting challenge. The
"90 degrees" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Citing unlimited wtmj news time 3 31 from the WTMJ breaking news center. Strong storms are once again rolling through southeast Wisconsin. As of now, there are over 5000. We energies customers out of power. Majority are in West Allis and I'm Milwaukee's Northwest side will get the complete WTMJ. Five day forecast coming up in 10 minutes. Breaking news city of Milwaukee will require covid vaccinations for City Workers City announced today. The vaccinations or vaccines will be required for general city employees, including temporary workers and interns. Unvaccinated workers must show proof of vaccination by October, 29th. Failure to comply will lead to unpaid suspensions and possible termination. As of now, the new requirements do not apply to union workers. The FDA is warning people not to ingest ivermectin as a treatment for Covid 19 very effective anti parasite drug D warmer if you want to call it that large animal veterinarian Dr Jack Johnson says Ivermectin is effective at treating parasites. But that is completely different than treating a virus. It's not intended for that at all. And so far as anybody knows, it's not effective at all. There is not been any research done to show that it would be effective at all. Where people got this idea is Beyond me. Jane McNair, wtmj news streets around the Marquette campus are busy as the university welcomes nearly 2000. New students, incoming students and their families are unloading their vehicles as they look forward to settling into their new home on campus. Hot out here, you know, we're sweating. We're really trying our best to get through it. University anticipates a regular return to operations with over 90% of students vaccinated. Any feeling good about that number one I agree with in terms of making sure that everybody's on the same playing field. I just hope that you know they get through this and everybody stays healthy on the Marquette campus. Tony Barrack WTMJ news. Doctors are being urged to be more proactive with patients likely to become diabetic. CBS News correspondent Jim Crow Sula Overweight and obese Americans should start getting screened for diabetes earlier at age 35 instead of 40. That's the new recommendation from the US Preventative Services Task Force. The country is saying rapidly rising rates of obesity and Type two diabetes. 14% of Americans, 18 and older have been diagnosed with diabetes. Another 33% considered prediabetic It's back. It's still summer time. But in Starbucks world Today is all fall and kinda sorta holiday pumpkin spice lattes are back on Tiktok. Hannah is excited, really excited, so excited. I hope you're excited. So for today's who I'm going to be trying to be a pumpkin spice latte for you guys today. Rebecca in California, Maryland is all In as well, I have a room that is fall year round. You know, Pumpkin Spice Pillow, I I love for pumpkins back to Hannah. How was it when it first hit her lips? Mm. That is so good. Stacy Lynn CBS News. Oh, John. I'm all in. That's too early, Melissa. Perfect. It's going to be 100 degrees in a few days or I skidded. Pumpkin Spice. We stayed there for here, though we say it to you. It's too early. We say it every year earlier. I feel this is the earliest it's ever been. I feel like This is a This is about par for the course. Let's just keep it your own. And I want to meet that woman who has a fall room all year long. Yeah, that's depressing. It's 3 34 wtmj. Chris McIntosh is a new athletic director at the University of Wisconsin Consensus all American in college Roosevelt champion Big 10 Champion High School standout in Milwaukee. Eventually ended up at the University of Wisconsin. I spoke to him as part of our wtmj conversation, and we picked it up with his decision to attend you. W let's talk about your decision to go to u W Were you heavily recruited? Wasn't an easy decision to go to Wisconsin because you were Wisconsin kid. How did that part of your life play out? Yeah, You know, I was. I think it's fair to say that I was heavily recruited. Certainly at the end after that after that junior year wrestling season, Um you know for me, I was part of really the first recruiting recruiting class. Um Followed the 94 Rose Bowl success and, um, you know, I wanted to be. I mean, I That was my junior year in high school, and when this team won that game, and I just remember the coverage Of that around the state and even in our own community, Joe panels down the road in Brookfield and, um You know the emphasis on the role that the offensive line played on that team and I just wanted I wanted to be part of that. I wanted that I wanted to be part of a Rose Bowl. Another Rose Bowl here at Wisconsin and That's what that's what really got it. Got to go on for me and motivated me. Um You know it was Kind of a rocky road to get from pew, walkie to Madison and and it really took a lot of What Barry brought to the table, including a lot of loyalty on his part, Um, I ended up Suffering a terrible knee injury. My senior year, uh, had a surgery to correct it wound up with a staph infection had 33 more surgeries. It wasn't looking good and Very in the end, stayed true to the promise that he had given given me, which was If you commit to Wisconsin and you get hurt playing football, you've seen your ear will honor the scholarship. And I don't think when he said that he could have imagined, um, the situation that I would have found myself in. But He stayed true to his word and And I to mind. I guess that is that I would be, you know, committed to this program and give it my all And you know, in the end, it worked out well for everybody. You have a favorite UW football memory. Do? Um, though it's kind of less about football itself. Um, the 99 Rose Bowl. Um The captain's Danielle Thompson, Bobby Adam off and see. So Martin and I were mistakenly called to the field for the coin toss early. And we got to witness what ended up being the only national anthem that I, uh that I was present for in my college career. We would usually be in the locker room and We stood in the in the ramp heading down into the into the Rose Bowl. And from our perspective, all we could see was the sea of red that that side of the stadium, the press box side of the stadium. We listen to national anthem and and witness to fly over and, um Kind of look at each other and and just couldn't believe that we were, you know, Experiencing this moment, a culmination of of all this work and our goals and You know, there wasn't a dry eye amongst the four of us and then Kind of snap out of it and realize what we're what we're there to do, and and Then it was just about enjoying every moment of that game and and then obviously the success of it in the celebration afterwards, you can hear my entire conversation with UW athletic director Chris McIntosh Sunday at 11 AM here on WTMJ. I've been living with the snoring problem nearly my entire life. In fact, I can remember my mother teasing me saying that I'd snore so loudly that the walls of our house would cave in with each Brock.
"90 degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
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"90 degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Savings is just five minutes away at a I s insurance dot com. Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the body leading the way home Traffic centre. Dana has news 93.1 kfbk. Alright, Thanks, Dana. Now you're kfbk forecast tonight We'll see. Clear skies Expect a low of 53 to 57 Plenty of sunshine on tap tomorrow high of 83 to 87 for tomorrow Friday and Saturday Plenty of sunshine. Friday will see a high of 87 to 91 a high of 91 95 4 Saturday. I'm AccuWeather's Drew Shannon News 93.1 kfbk and we've got 90 in Fair Oaks. Roseville 93 degrees and Gold has 90 degrees for 52 Kitty O'Neil Here with your kfbk Afternoon news. John Lockwood is with Cap trust in for Kelly Brothers. Fed chief says inflation will remain hot in the coming months before moderating and drone. Powell spoke today, saying that inflation is higher and more persistent than he expected and goes on to say that supply chain bottlenecks will continue to unwind and he feels that the intensity of inflation will reverse course. And that lead markets to actually end up mixed today, the S and P and the Dow higher and the NASDAQ sold slightly. It seems like everywhere you go, you see a help wanted sign hanging and, according to the Sacramento Business Journal, About one third of Sacramento based businesses plan to hire permanent positions, and most jobs are in the business and professional services.
Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"90 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Ai. Well, the city of San Antonio's ready to light up the night sky for Post pandemic. Fourth of July celebration will have details W AI news time 5 21 traffic and weather together. Good morning and good news that construction has cleared at I 35 North down between Hubertus wrote FM 11 03 and Swamp Road However, you're seeing construction block three right lanes. Still there. Luke Quartet self them between US military driving in Quinn Road. Also expect road We're getting sleep. 16 Oh, four south member, my 35 to F M. 78 If you see any traffic problems called 210785 26 01 I'm Chris anywhere else in his radio 200 w O ai mixture of clouds and sun today highs in the low to mid nineties Tomorrow Partly cloudy, decent chance of afternoon thunderstorms highs right around 90 degrees in on Sunday Partly cloudy another decent chance of scattered thunderstorms highs in the upper eighties near 90. 77 degrees control screen time for your kids with experience enhanced parental control from TV T C nature just quitting. You know, one of mean it's water while you can see the numbers wrong night some peace What brings you gotta fuck you follow spirits. Me. That's right. It is World.
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"90 degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Sun shining brightly over downtown Fort Lauderdale 90 degrees. It's also 90 in Hialeah at 301, a jury returning a verdict in the case of Mexican national Christian Rivera on trial for the death of University of Iowa student Mali. Tim It's way the jury find the defendant. Question making a Riviera guilty of the crime of murder. In the first degree, Rivera had been living illegally in the stage, Tibbets was stabbed to death while out for a jog, investigators testified. Rivera led police to tip its body in a cornfield. Back in 2018. The jury deliberated seven hours over two days here at home. Florida Department of Health reporting another 2300 coronavirus cases, along with 41 recent resident deaths. These numbers push. Miami Dade County passed a grim milestone 500,000 cases since the pandemic began. The covered 19 testing tents will be coming down The hard Rock stadium today is the final day of swapping vaccines are still being administered there with both Visor and Jane J. But that to will. And on June 18th, along with a majority of the state supported vaccination sites. Testing in vaccinations are being transitioned into a local efforts. Goodbye. Pharmacies, urgent care centers and local health departments as well as primary care facilities. Well let the long holiday weekend began. Hundreds of police officers will be on duty tonight through Monday morning in order to control Memorial Day revelry on Miami Beach. Traditionally he has been a very, very difficult time with the number of people that are coming. The volume of people's just tremendous. Mayor Dan Gilbert admits only a few cause trouble. But with crowds so large those few can turn into chaos. I impact measures going to affect tonight at seven, including capacity limits, the beach booze, band, noise limits and the suspension of scooter and motorcycle rentals. A nighttime traffic Luke will be implemented residential zone will be in place in license plate readers will be deployed on MacArthur and Julia Tuttle causeways. Aircraft rig is news Radio six NW Y o D Day Miami Beach will be the backdrop of Hyundai Aaron. See show You can hear that Live on W Y O D both tomorrow and Sunday from noon to four. P.m., a man pulled from a canal in Doral this morning. Cops say they were pursuing a man in a stolen vehicle when he lost control went into the canal near Northwest 58th Street. 117th Avenue NFL days with Carol. Police describes what happened. Next activated our emergency lights. Three officers tried.
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"90 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Day for the latest on politics, National security and culture From a former CIA officer's perspective the Buck Sexton podcast. Listen, wherever you listen to podcasts, Page CORRERA NewsRadio W F L A Another warm, mostly dry and breezy afternoon temperatures will be up near 90 degrees. Today. Those winds still continuing out of the east gusting into the twenties, but we stay dry with high pressure in control. Tonight. Temperatures fall into the upper sixties or back in the low nineties Friday afternoon, and this same pattern persists. Is we head into the weekend wins will slowly subside as we head into Sunday and into Monday temperature Stay warm, though on the water. Today, there's a small crafted Misery. In effect, a maxi venerate meteorologists demand a holly Broken Charlotte and news talk 11 10 and 99 3 at W B T. Here's Your Guy, Red Winter Bull on the GI Be network and Welcome to our number two under way, and lots of great stuff to talk about. You are more than welcome to be a part of our discussion at 20 100 to 82 to 82. I'm old enough to remember when Russia and Vladimir Putin were the biggest.
"90 degrees" Discussed on WTOP
"Around 90 degrees Plenty of sunshine this weekend low nineties. Plenty of sunshine as well. We do have a small chance for some showers, possibly on Sunday looks a little bit better today than it did yesterday for Sunday. But we still have that chance Monday night into Tuesday. 59 right now in Washington, Baltimore coming in at 56, Leesburg and 50 to Hagerstown. It 58. All right, Lauren. Thank you. It's 6 51 here, a controversial facial recognition system that has been used to identify a demonstrator who attended last summer's Lafayette Square protests is soon going to be ending. The Washington Post says that the changes coming following a review that was triggered by a New Virginia law, the tightens restrictions on law enforcement use of facial rec. Vision technology. The National Capital Region Facial Recognition investigative system is a pilot program of the Metropolitan Washington Counsel of governments and has been used thousands of times by law enforcement agencies across the region. Since 2017 police say it has provided valuable leads in cases that might have otherwise gone on solved. However, some civil rights, legal and immigrant groups were critical of that program. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is expected to meet later today with Secretary of State Tony Blinken and this could be a difficult meeting because of what's on the agenda. Love. Robin Blinken talked on the phone about a week ago, and some of the things they talked about were Russia's behavior, the malign behavior that it's done to try to harm the U. S and its allies, And during that particular conversation, Blinken also reminded Russia that they needed to release Trevor Reed and Paul Whelan. These are people that have been arrested and are serving prison time or are in detention in Russia, he said. They needed to be released home to their families. So this could be a pivotal moment at his W. T. O P s national security correspondent J. J Green Well, you may recall the ST Louis married couple who pointed an assault rifle at Black lives matter. Protestors from the lawn of their mention Well now Mark McCloskey has filed paperwork to run for Missouri's Open Senate race. Mark and Patricia Klasky, both personal injury attorneys were indicted in October on charges of unlawful Use of a weapon and tampering with evidence after they pointed their guns at anti racism protesters at BLM protesters, they are scheduled to go on trial in November. Facing charges of unlawful use of a weapon and evidence tampering. Their actions have made them popular in some conservative circles. Next in money news. You're set to travel but our hotels ready for you to stay there. It's 6 53 presented by rocket mortgage when you need certainty in the home buying process with alone that fits your life.
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SoCal Edison To Remove 11K Los Angeles County Palm Trees
"Santa Ana winds are expected to pick up this evening across the south land and continue on through tomorrow. Gus between 35 to 55 MPH, combined with low humidity and dry vegetation means there will be a heightened risk of wildfires in the region and with high temperatures hitting between 80 and 90 degrees Starting tomorrow into Thursday, officials are warning residents to stay prepared. There could be down trees and power outages from this event. It all comes in Southern California Edison announced last week that they'll be cutting down about 11,000 palm trees located near their power lines starting in April. Utility giant says it will help mitigate the threat of wildfires So fire prone local areas could see removals including Senate, Carina
Dallas hosts Q&A livestream with police chief finalists
"The city of Dallas continues for the pool of candidates is getting smaller for its next police chief. Seven finalists for the position answered questions submitted by City Council During a virtual roundtable interview this week. Irving police Chief Deaf Spivey and Dallas Deputy Chief Ruben Ramirez spoke about the importance of police community relationships, number ones who are going to call the police when something doesn't look right, and if they don't trust the police Department, they're not gonna make that phone call. The community's deserve a police department that will look at data and then we'll look at data from a 90 degree difference in another 90 degree difference in another. City manager, DC Broadnax is expected to make a higher by the end of the month.
WTOP 24 Hour News
Severe Thunderstorms for Washington, DC This Afternoon, Potentially Damaging Winds
"The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm watch for the entire area. This is in effect until 11 p.m. tonight as strong to severe thunderstorms are already impacting parts of the area. I'm going to continue to see strong to severe thunderstorms out there Throughout these evening hours, the biggest concern, gusty, damaging winds, followed by heavy rainfall and frequent lightning. There's also the potential foursome Hale. I would recommend charging your devices in case there are power outages. I'm strong team four meteorologist Amelia Draper. Right now we have hazy sunshine out there 90 degrees. It feels like 96. W t o p. Unused time. 5
WBZ Midday News
Heat advisory issued for Boston, most of eastern Massachusetts
"It looks pretty probable. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh has issued a heat advisory for Boston and double BBC TV meteorologist Zach Green has born today will be into the mid nineties. Tuesday is going to feel like the triple digits, so you don't want to be doing that long or extensive run? Really any strenuous outdoor activity as we go into tomorrow afternoon Wednesday does try to bring back 90 degrees, But with it, we'll get a hint of rain, so we'll get more cloud cover, Maybe limiting the humidity to appoint. Boston's heat advisory is expected to last through Wednesday. Also heat advisory in place for parts of southern
WBZ Midday News
Heat advisory issued for Boston, most of eastern Massachusetts
"C today. If you have that a C and boy I hope you two We're looking at 90 right now. I'm at a poison really warming up its 87 in Woburn. Right now, we're looking at 87 in Boston. This is the weather story. Today, The real feel will be triple digits starting at noon time. 25 minutes from now. That heat advisory does go into effect and is going to stick around through at least tomorrow night for portions of the Commonwealth. The city of Boston will see that heat advisory extend into Wednesday because it's not just tempts above 90 degrees. It's also the Heat index without high to point the high humidity, making it feel oppressive. Tonight. Starlet Very warm and humid, Low 72. That's the low this evening tomorrow again. Breezy, hot and humid high 92 hit repeat for Wednesday. I do want to mention there is a risk of some thunderstorms and spotty showers for today, as well. So make sure you keep it right
WTOP 24 Hour News
Washington, DC to Get Break From Humidity Wednesday After Breaking Record for Most 90-Degree Days
"D T o P traffic at a storm scene for meteorologist Amelia Draper. Today was the 27 out of 29 days, hitting 90 degrees or higher, which is a record Right here in Washington for any month of 90 degree days. The old record 25 days that back in July of 2000 and 11 now temperatures for the evening hours generally in the eighties, with overnight lows in the seventies, another hot day tomorrow and more humid than today, with highs in the nineties and mostly to partly sunny skies. We'll have some scattered showers and thunderstorms potentially overnight with some pockets of heavier rain possible Thursday night, so something to keep in mind. Scattered showers and thunderstorms are likely on Friday, especially later in the day, otherwise plenty of clouds. It's a bit humid, but it's cooler gonna break from the nineties with highs Friday in the
WTOP 24 Hour News
Washington DC Breaking Record for Most 90-Degree Days
"Storm Team 44 day forecast with Amelia Draper today was the 27 out of 29 days, hitting 90 degrees or higher, which is a record here in Washington for any month of 90 degree days. The old record 25 days that back in July of 2000 and 11 now temperatures for the evening hours generally in the eighties, with overnight lows in the seventies. Another hot day tomorrow and more humid than today, with highs in the nineties and mostly to partly sunny skies will have some scattered showers and thunderstorms potentially overnight with some pockets of heavier rain possible Thursday night. So something to keep in mind. Scattered showers and thunderstorms are likely on Friday, especially later in the day, otherwise plenty of clouds. It's a bit humid, but it's cooler. We're gonna break from the nineties with highs Friday in the eighties. And late. A thunderstorms are possible. On Saturday. I'm storm Team four meteorologist Amelia Draper tonight, where 86 degrees in Washington and the upper seventies in a bunch of suburban areas. German town Down to 77 Dale City is at a tea called Pepper's 77
WBZ Afternoon News
Three-Day Heat Emergency Declared in Boston
"It's sizzling 88 degrees right now in Boston AA Heat emergency for the city today through Tuesday temperatures above 90 degrees and feeling higher than 100 because of all the humidity. Plenty of sunshine throughout the week 94 Today 96 tomorrow and at least 93 on Tuesday could get some showers or thunderstorms late in the day on Tuesday Wednesday, copious amounts of sunshine not as McGee highs near 90 that looks like a mid to upper eighties for the rest of the week and much less
WTOP 24 Hour News
Heat Index to Near 100°; Afternoon Rain, Thunder Likely in Washington DC Area
"Not a Storm Team four. Meteorologist Chuck Bell, Hard to imagine. This day probably qualifies a little relief, Chuck Absolutely. Every day. Saturday through yesterday, National Airport was 94 or higher. We should be a degree or two below that today, just barely, but a lot of extra clouds around should help. Hold most areas into the upper eighties and low nineties. Today. The Heat advisory for southern Maryland is from noon until eight o'clock. The D C Metro is not included in the Heat advisor today just won't meet The criteria, which is several consecutive hours with Heat index is up over 101 105 degrees. That being said the Heat index and Daisy will probably close to 100 for much of the afternoon. Hard to believe that a heat index of 100 is a break, but compared to 105 or six we'll take every little bit we could get. There will be another pie chance for some rain and thunderstorms today, not the kind of severe weather we dealt with yesterday but still a pop up thunderstorm. Not out of the question. And anytime your thunder. That means that lightning is present. Always good to get off the golf course and out of the pool and away from any local waterways. And please be cautious around it. Highs Today Low nineties up Brady's in the suburbs tomorrow another fairly cloudy day on Friday with a passing shower, not a big rain impact. Tomorrow would've pop up rain shower thunderstorm. Not out of the question on your Friday afternoon. Tomorrow's highs. Good stay below 90 degrees of national Airport. That's cool. Snap 89. Then over the weekend, we dry out and warm up again Saturday, partly to mostly sunny, 92 Lots of Sunday Sunshine High
WTOP 24 Hour News
Heat index could top 107 as sizzling temps continue for Washington DC area
"Forecast from Storm Team four meteorologist Lauren Ricketts. It's a hot one. Now this morning. His heart is a past few mornings, but we're going to be pretty hot this afternoon. Once again, temperatures rising into the mid nineties that heat index up over 100 degrees Little hotter. If you're around the D, C and Baltimore metro areas and points East from I 95. That's where we have a heat advisory until 8 p.m. Tonight. That's where you could find that heat index up over 105 109 and it'll be likely higher the closer to the water that you are so either way, it's going to be hot. We'll have a mix of sun and clouds. We continue through the morning showers and thunderstorms developing along I 81. After about one o'clock this afternoon. We will continue to see them. Travel east being the D C. Metro area about 5 p.m. So storms are likely for your commute home strong to severe storms, damaging winds, even some small hail lots of lightning and ponding on the roads. Definitely possible ondas. We continue into tomorrow. More of the same temperatures in the mid nineties will have that heat index in the lower one hundred's once again. And another chance for some showers and thunderstorms tomorrow afternoon. So an 80% chance of storms today that's why we're weather alert because of that, the heat and then tomorrow about a 60% chance 30% chance on Friday temperatures still around 90 degrees, and then the weekend right now, thank goodness looks dry with dropping humidity as we head into your Sunday temperatures out there right now it's warm. We're up to 79 here in Washington, Upper Marlboro 80 Frederick, 81 Winchester, 73 Lawrence,
WTOP 24 Hour News
After 20 straight days with 90-degree temperatures or higher, Washington DC is in for another heat wave
"Well Amelia Draper. If people don't like the weather today, they're not going to like the weather tomorrow and there's certainly not going to like it over the weekend home. My gosh, Hilary, we're talking about some serious heat and humidity impacting the area. We are closing out a 20 day heat wave. We did not hit 90 degrees today, but as we begin another heat wave starting tomorrow, this one more significant for sure. With Temperatures in the mid to upper nineties even approaching 100 degrees on Monday and humidity levels, making heat indices around in above 100. So out there tonight some scattered showers and thunderstorms around right now on storm Jean for radar tracking stone showers moving into the Hagerstown area. Some thunderstorms back into the Panhandle, West Virginia so he could see a shower or thunderstorm out there tonight. Most of the areas days dry. Partly cloudy lows in the upper sixties to mid seventies. Scattered showers and storms tomorrow, otherwise mostly to partly sunny loaded mid nineties tomorrow feel more like 100 with the humidity levels on Sunday on Saturday and Sunday. We have highs in the mid to upper nineties with a heat index on Saturday. Around 100 to the Heat index on Sunday. Around 106 can't rule out a storm over the weekend. It again. It's all about the heat and humidity will likely have a heat advisory issued for the area on Sunday, as well as Monday, and as we begin this new heat wave, it looks to last at least 10 days out there, if not longer, currently, 1 86 in the District 82 in Annapolis and 88 in Manassas.
WTOP 24 Hour News
Potential Tropical Storm Heading North, Warm Weekend Temperatures In Washington DC
"In your forecast for your Thursday and honestly, the heat, humidity aren't going anywhere any time soon. Statistically, it's our hottest time of the year and boy they forecast is going to live up to that right now. A lot of puffy cumulus clouds outside nothing showing up on storm team for a radar currently already plenty warm. It's 81 in Washington, Gaithersburg, Manassas, Quantico and Baltimore already afternoon hives to be aright at or just above 90 degrees. Also keeping a very close eye on a storm along the North Carolina coast line right now. An 80% chance that it may very well turn into a tropical storm Fay. It'll come across the eastern shore during the day tomorrow and could for some parts of our area, especially along and east of I 95 could deliver quite a bit in the way of some tropical downpours on Friday, could be arriving as early as seven or eight o'clock tomorrow morning and then periods of very heavy rain likely tomorrow afternoon and evening. So if you are beach bound for the weekend If you could make the drive today, that would be advisable, But it's going to be a tough go tomorrow. And beach locations are really gonna have quite a bit of rain starving this and win so I would not recommend getting in the ocean over the weekend, recurrent threat will remain very, very high. So human today. Ah, hi Rain chance tomorrow from Washington eastbound but really is going to be a very sharp cut off to the rain chances. Probably not much of anything in the way of any rain west of the Blue Ridge tomorrow but again. Areas of heavy rain near the bay and into southern Maryland. And out onto that used to ensure the beach is what about the weekend afternoon highs likely to be in the low nineties. Both Saturday and Sunday. Saturday. Those looked like it would come with quite a number of afternoon thunderstorms. Little drier weather on
Here’s what to expect for the weekend weather forecast in Chicago
"The Heat is on for the late week forecast here when they're 90 degrees again tomorrow. Warm numbers tonight, also with middle seventies out there and above average numbers of the lakeshore. Slow moving storms drifting Southeast. More PM storms for Thursday and a high of 90 degrees. Isolated storms for Friday, mid eighties. Temperatures trying to return closer to average for this weekend with low