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01:48 min | Last month

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"Entries now towards weekly free play drawings, Go to s and o casino dot com. Seattle's closest Snoqualmie Casino, You're next. Come, Oh, traffic at 1 14. Now, the couple forecast from meteorologist Abby a Cockney hope you are loving our sunshine. Today We're going to the mix of sunshine and clouds today and tomorrow highs for your Friday afternoon in the mid upper fifties. No complaints around here overnight, though we become a bit chilly could be pockets of freezing fog is we kick start the day on Saturday, but still areas have reduced visibility, really the exception rather than the rule. High level clouds mixed with sun for your Saturday tense, possibly warming to 60 degrees in Seattle, or a bit cooler on Sunday with isolated scattered showers and braise Ito locally windy conditions. I'm meteorologist Abby Accounting become a Weather center sunny skies in Seattle right now and everywhere that we're looking in western Washington It's sunny and 47 in Port Angeles Friday Harbor Sonny and 51 Everett 55 with sunshine. And here in Seattle, 52 degrees and sunny and camo news pandemic or not, spring break has arrived, and health officials are worried about the prospect of large numbers of college students traveling to cities. That have minimal covert restrictions. Como's Carleen Johnson reports. The thought of crowded beaches and big parties is alarming school administrators, health officials and experts across the country. Dr Anthony Fauci, We want people to have a good time on spring break, but don't put your guard down completely. Just be prudent a bit longer. We're going in the right direction. We're almost there. Look. Emerson is a sophomore at Clemson and says he and his friends are stoked for spring break. Most of my fraternity were staying in a hotel in Fort Lauderdale right on the beach. So that'll be awesome. Now some colleges have canceled or scaled back the break, but many are taking the full week with the U. S expected..

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01:30 min | Last month

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"Home office furniture. The latest tech an organization supplies all an amazing prices Get a fresh start with big savings from staples or coma forecast partly sunny for a while today but increasing clouds and an increasing likelihood of some rain by this afternoon. Hi close to 58 degrees wet tonight in a rainy, breezy day tomorrow with a high then about 52 degrees. If you're curious about the weekend Saturday looks like a mix of showers and sun breaks and then a chance of rain again on Sunday. Let's talk about the snow in the mountains. Avalanche control work is underway in the Cascades and camo meteorologist Abby A. Cockney takes us inside the dangerous job of avalanche work coming down. It's coming down snow into break crushing down this mountain to the base of Franklin Falls. I hope we can control blast from wash not trigger the snow slide Last week, Some hikers caught off guard despite washed out, saying they issued warnings that something else watched communications manager Meghan Lot says working on Avalanche control can be treacherous. But crews are highly trained and qualified. They take every precaution possible on does their job. Your job is to be two pink to control. The avalanche is that we do bring down in the safest possible way. Washout says they close Snoqualmie pass roughly 25 times since November, 10th for avalanche control in the last two weeks alone, Stephens passes done 10 Avalanche control missions Abby A county come on is no problems getting over the mountains at all this morning bear and dry conditions over Snoqualmie Pass and pretty much the same thing over. Stevens passed.

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02:07 min | Last month

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"Former cop accused of killing George Floyd. Jury selection begins March 8th, and as a result, officials are going to start fortifying key government buildings and police precincts this week. This week, the snow over the Cascades has made past travel at times impossible and created high avalanche danger to compose. Abby a Cockney went to North Bend to dig a little deeper into this season's impressive mountain snow. So far this season, Snoqualmie Pass is reporting 375 inches of snow that's equal to about 31 ft. That number is higher than the last two years, and this season isn't even over yet. It's fantastic coming from Colorado. It's definitely like good to see. A lot of snow washed out, says Stevens passes totaled more than 400 inches of snow, or about 34 ft this season that exceeds most numbers from late February over the last several years, despite the challenging conditions over the passes this season. Skiers we interviewed are positive about this wild winter of weather. I love the snow. So it's all good for me. From what I've heard. This is a lot but display. Keep it coming, huh? Keep it coming. Both the Olympics and Cascades are running more than 100% of normal. I spoke with the forecast director for the Northwest Avalanche Center. Are these the highest snowpack levels we've seen in years. So right now we're approaching some of those peaks that we had to wait till later in the season To get you at the end of February High snow pack can be great for the environment. Washington State climatologist Dr Nick Bond says too much snow can be a bad thing. If it's so much that we can't keep the roads open. Then how do you get to the ski areas into places in the back country that you're trying to get to wash that says if the snow continues in the weeks ahead, the department is on track to close Snoqualmie Pass. More than it did the last four seasons. Come on, Abby, a Cockney reporting A lot of people sought shelter during this month's snowstorm around Puget Sound's During the cold snap more than 200. People took advantage of the for emergency facilities set up in Seattle, according to the Times. An estimated 3700 people lived outside in the city, the interim Human Services Department director Helen.

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01:42 min | 3 months ago

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"Have changed required. Meanwhile, Stevens passed tractor tires advice both directions and that same thing on white past. Our next report is at 4 14 of Evan Smith. Couple traffic. Abby A. Cockney has a forecast. It's a weather War day across western Washington as we are dealing with pockets of heavy rain. Now where some of those areas of rain are coming down quite heavily. Not only could there be reduced visibility in the risk for hydro planing that could even be some urban flooding, where their support drainage. In addition, minor river flooding is in the forecast today and potentially into tomorrow. Even though fewer showers are in the forecast for your Sunday mountain snows the big issue today, too, With that mountain snow continuing into early tomorrow morning wind speeds are rather gusty today, peaking at about 45 to even 55 MPH, with the strongest gusts focused up to the northwestern terror as well as some of the San Juan Island communities. You will be breaking down this wind gusts as we go throughout the evening, I'm meteorologist Abby Accounting become a weather center. A lot going on today. Rain continues in downtown Seattle. 48 degrees Stay connected. Stay informed. Co. Moh Saturday. Good afternoon. It is four of six. I'm Kelly Bleyer with the top local stories from the coma. 24 7 News Center. Specter winter wallop this weekend. Strong winds, Widespread rain and significant mountain snow are expected overnight. The National Weather Service says the heavy rainfall will increase the threat of landslides as well in western Washington. We're hearing that it's snowing on the Snoqualmie Pass right now, pretty heavily in traction tires are advised or required, depending on what direction you're going. Fatal one car accident on Camino Island this morning. Washington State Patrol says the vehicle was traveling north bound on Southeast Camino Drive at a high rate of speed, left the roadway.

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01:43 min | 4 months ago

"abby a. cockney" Discussed on KOMO

"Seems to be up in King County. There were longer lines and waits in both the Aurora and Soto testing sites and most if not all the appointments for already booked. That's comas. Michelle Esteban. Heavy rain may lead to flooding that several rivers in western Washington Darren's on, says Ah, hi snow level and heavy rain could bring problems on Monday, so we remain under a flood watch by 7 30 On Monday morning, we have almost a quarter of inch of rain in Seattle and Everett and Bellingham more than that into coma, almost a half inch in Olympia. Heavy downpours are expected through Monday, the heaviest expected in the Port Angeles and Friday. Harbor areas were expected to dry out. By Monday night. Snow could be coming to parts of Western Washington as well, Tomorrow meteorologists Abby a Cockney for tracking the possibility for pockets of lowland. So you heard that right, But with this kind of scenario, lowland show is very finicky and sensitive, and we've got a high bus potential for this forecast. We're experiencing fairly mild temperatures right now. But a Pacific storm is expected to move in Monday, bringing rain and maybe snow. As temperatures dip in the afternoon, especially along the northern Olympic peninsula. We could see 1 to 2 inches, possibly so stay tuned. Days left to finish your holiday shopping are winding down. Como's Cole Miller headed to us several malls to get a look over at Bellevue Square Management there, says Shopper and employees safety our priority number one. In a statement saying quote following state guidelines. We've implemented vigorous health and safety protocols throughout the Bellevue collection to ensure shoppers can navigate the property while keeping social distancing their health and safety in mind. In Lynwood last night at the older would maul those we spoke with, said It was a.

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02:08 min | 4 months ago

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"News. Even with the prospect of very highly effective covert 19 vaccines becoming available COUPLES Abby A. Cockney reports that many people are already saying I will not take a covert 19 vaccine. Bernadette Pagers, the public policy director for informed choice Washington, an organization that doesn't identify his anti vaccine, but says they believe in healthy immunity and personal freedoms. Well. Doctors strongly disagree. Bernadette says that getting a vaccine for Corona virus is unnecessary and possibly dangerous. Doctors I interviewed say there are little to no long term adverse effects related to vaccines in general, and don't expect any from these cove in 19 vaccines as well. You did Professor of medicine, Dr Anna Wald says, Just like other vaccines. It could be minor short term side effects with these cove in 19 vaccines like a sore arm, fatigue or lack of appetite. Some people might have a low grade fever and usually does resolve 123 days. And informal Twitter poll taken by US found that 63% said that they would get vaccinated, 23 said No, 14% said. Maybe As complex and confusing as novel coronavirus is for adults. You could imagine the trouble kids are having comprehending the pandemic. ABC is Jim Ryan says There's a growing body of literature intended to help. It was a recent conversation with her two year old daughter. We were telling her how she couldn't go see her. Grandma and I heard her one day say, I don't like it. That prompted pediatrician Dr Kayla Rodriguez to sit down and start writing. The result is a Children's book called When The World is sick. It's meant to educate and to comfort while the world might be a little scary right now we're going to do our best and whatever's in our capacity and in our reach to keep them safe is one of at least 32 Children's books to be published on the topic since the start of the pandemic. Jim, really in ABC News and on that note, Actually, just a couple of nights ago, My wife and I were searching for kids books. We got a little one at home now and saw that among the best selling kids books on Amazon right now are these titles a coronavirus Christmas? Ah, very Corona, Christmas and Santa's Christmas with a mask. Come to think about ABC News next 12 30. Don't miss Lowe's.

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04:02 min | 5 months ago

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"People we met up with are coming up with alternative Thanksgiving plans, saying that they're listening to the warnings and keeping things low Key, maybe having dinner of virtually together I think that's a new, normal. Absolutely not travel. It's a little bit odd, but you know, we've all had to adapt this year. So the CDC recommends that people stay home. If you host a small gathering, it should be for immediate family only. The CDC is releasing new guidelines for those who fly internationally. That one test is not enough. Agency says People should test negative 123 days before flying and then bring the results with them. Then follow the same protocol for the return trip and then get tested again. 3 to 5 days after returning even after receiving a negative. The CDC wants travelers to stay home for a week after flying internationally or two weeks for those who do not get tested. That's cool. Most Michelle Esteban Doctors say one reason for the new round of pandemic restrictions is a change in understanding how covert 19 spreads come was Abby A. Cockney explains the science behind the latest guidelines, infection risk increases with the duration and the proximity of contact with an infected individual. Washington State health officer Dr Cathi Lo Fi says these new restrictions focus on reducing opportunities. For Corona virus to spread inside. Originally, Dr Lo Fi says doctors thought the primary way Cove in 19 was transmitted was through large droplets that only traveled a few feet in the air and quickly fell to the ground. Now, she says, we know this virus can also spread through small droplets called aerosols. Use can linger in the air for minutes two hours and can travel farther distances. The airborne per particles can remain suspended in the air and travel distances beyond six speech. Abby a Coney Come on is and follow up to a story. Coma News brought you on Friday. A 17 year old woman is dead after police say she drove into the Skagit River. Cording to Mount Vernon police. She called 911 Friday night, saying she drove her car into the river at the Edgewater Boat ramp. The search for the woman and the car continued until just after midnight On Friday, the search resumed a daylight Saturday. Rescue crews eventually spotted the car with her inside, she did not survive. Tragic. A tragic story out of rented were an 11 year old child is dead after police say he was stabbed by his older brother. Officers say they were called out to an area long Monroe Avenue Northeast around noon on Saturday, the 22 year old brother threatened his younger brother inside a nearby home before the attack down the block. 11 year old was taken to harbor view he did not survive. Meanwhile, the brother is being booked into the King County Jail for investigation off homicide. Tacoma Police say a speeding driver who was changing lanes has died in a crash and involved a semi truck happened around three o'clock Saturday afternoon on Marina Drive. Police tell us the driver of a Nissan Ultima used a center two way turn lane as a passing lane. But the land Lane ran out in the driver veered in front of a semi truck, lost control and then hit a key ahead on the driver died. Two people in the other car. We're taking the hospital with serious injuries. And more than one million people traveled by plane across the U. S Friday. According T. T s A. And that makes it the second time the pandemic passenger volume has surpassed the one million mark last year. That number was more than 2.5 million. But there is a little bit of good news here. Most people do appear to be wearing masks. About 12 million Americans could lose their unemployment benefits the day after Christmas. If Congress doesn't take action because to government relief programs under the cares act are set to expire. Co Moh Suzanne Fawn has more many employees, advocates and job experts worry that these new cuts could really hurt families and pushed them into poverty. Also to government relief programs have been critical in helping millions of people who are out of work. One program is for gig workers and freelancers. The other federal program has extended jobless aid Both co Grams in December. 26 We talked to working Washington for extra clarification. If you're unemployed and gig worker.

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03:03 min | 5 months ago

"abby a. cockney" Discussed on KOMO

"Forecast. It will be another chilly start to the day's overnight temperatures. Temple to the mid upper twenties for the South Sound, where there could be a few isolated patches of freezing fog elsewhere, loaded mid thirties this morning overcast rather gray for your Monday high temperatures well below average in the low to mid forties, dry throughout much of the day. Right attorney to Puget Sound between five and 7 p.m. and the possibility for a few wet snowflakes in portions of walking and schedule counties. Meteorologist Abby A. Cockney. What do you think is gonna happen with the Senate? I mean, that's really what I want to get out here is where we had our time. Joe Biden has gotta challenge ahead of them. Obviously, I mean, look, Look what happened after Barack Obama came into office with Democratic control of both houses, and they lost it in the midterms. And what happened after that? Not much. I mean, luckily, he got Obama care through before before the curtain fell, but he had to go to the end of the phone. And that's what also, President Trump has had to do. Same sort of thing after Democrats took back the house and now by is coming in with the with the percentage out of of Democratic control, but hell, he'd been asked about that. And he said, Look, I spent all these years on Capitol Hill. I know howto work with the other party across the aisle. Well, that was a different Congress. Back then, or a couple of different Congress that matter, but I think if anybody can get something done across the aisle, it's a dye experience experience like Joe Biden and Man of moderate Temperament who was willing to negotiate and Ryan, you're right. A C and the progressives are in the wings feeling very frustrated. They're going to want to express their views as well and get from cloud in the party. And you know what I mean. This younger generation needs to get from cloud sooner or later. It's gonna happen sooner or later, anyway, so don't let it happen. Now. Let's bring Ryan back in because I want to see the one I want to say one thing and you mention of polls before because we haven't mentioned it yet. The reason that pollsters were off and I want to give a shout out to my friend Robert Haley, that your father group who've got almost every race correctly. And was in the margin error correctly. Almost every race. I saw the reason pollsters are wrong, and the recent polls are they are wrong and pollsters are failing at theirjob is because when they're calling people oftentimes they're speaking to people who are overly animated on politics. They are missing the middle. There are always people who are willing to sit there and answer 30 questions on a pole are overly political one way or the other, And that's what all these polls are completely wrong, and they need at least two election cycles of getting correct holes before they can ever be believed again. And get Ryan. Right, right. I want to ask you before we get someone else, though. We talked earlier. And you suggest that even if the Georgia Senate races go to run off, so you think the Republicans will win those The last Georgia. So Georgia has the runoff roll..

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01:33 min | 5 months ago

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"Everyone needs to be wearing masks, distancing and abiding by health guidelines. Abby a Cockney Come on this way. Come on news time 7 14 traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the force Here is Kierra Jordan Leave. Been working with this crash on westbound state route 5 to 2 traveling at a Monroe and into multi. It says you're approaching Echo Lake Road. The roadways partially blocked. There is a solid four mile back up into the area. You are barely moving along. So it's time to start thinking about alternate routes. You could use Highway nine You could use 203. I know that both of those taking pretty far out of your way as sort of depending on where you're starting and where you're going, But Considering the fact that we're barely moving on 5 to 2. It's probably going to be a good idea, and it will save you some time, and we don't have any other crashes being reported North and I five is still slow through to coma City Centre and then we have lighter, often on slowing out of federal way and into ceatec. The Seattle drive will be slow between the West Seattle Bridge and Seneca North found 99, often on slowing from the first Avenue South Bridge to diagonal. Not much, slowing it down on south down by five or south bound four or five North bound for if I was busy between Talbott in northeast 44th East, 5 12 with lighter slowing from the mall to pioneer lighter, slowing again on 167 from highway for 10 into Pacific. We'll see some more brake lights is you're approaching Willis Street and then one more minor slowdown, right as you approach for 05. Our next promo traffic up 7 24 starting Tuesday with the cloudy skies, but eventually we'll see sunshine mid fifties for today. Overnight Low around 45 tomorrow and Thursday look great, partly sunny warming up to about.

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02:20 min | 6 months ago

"abby a. cockney" Discussed on KOMO

"Mast and social distancing, or, of course, required in the school district is getting enhanced Peopie but with covert 19 case is increasing, and Pierce County their teachers, unions say it's not enough. But you know, the numbers are going up in Pierce County again, and I will get one shot to do this right. And so I would rather have his paws and hold off a little bit. Make sure that everything's okay before we re Ford. October, 6th K through first graders returned to the classroom, then second through sixth graders start a hybrid model October 13th thing tonight, deputies are reporting multiple fatalities after a hostage situation, and Salem, Oregon. Marion County Sheriff's Office says negotiators tried to speak with the suspect at one point shots were fired. Investigators say the suspect is among the people killed. No other details were released. No deputies were hurt. A man is in custody in Vancouver, Washington after police say he set his own house on fire and assaulted a neighbor. After the flames were put out. Police found Alan McCall hiding in a yard nearby. He was arrested on assault charges. Meantime, three people are dead tonight after two new wildfires in Northern California exploded in size overnight. So listen to this, Cal Fire says. No dad Sterling to the SOG fire and reading they started. But they say the fire started yesterday doubled in size to 15,000 acres right now that fire is you're a percent contained a listen to this another fire the glass fire that's burning in Napa Valley we covered this is breaking news throughout earlier. Come on newscast today went from 11,000 Acres this morning. The 36,000 acres tonight. It's exploding in size. The fire is producing massive deposits of ash. Look at that that's coming from that area the size of bigger than an adult human hand. The fire is also 0% contained. Those fires could mean the return to hazy skies here. Buster Washington this week couples Abby A. Cockney has a look at what to expect from the smoke. Hi there, Preston. We're monitoring the possibility for some of that smoke returning into western Washington starting Wednesday, continuing on enough in nature through Saturday, with Claytor skies expected overall through Sunday. Bottom line. This haze is mainly expected to remain in the upper levels of the atmosphere, which means we're not going to be dealing with much of a health impact here in the lower levels. So possibly air quality, only getting down to a moderate category. More details on that coming up next. Less.

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02:12 min | 7 months ago

"abby a. cockney" Discussed on KOMO

"The highway for 10 also highway for 10 blocks east of Enumclaw between mile post 29 33. Our next Hello. Traffic at 11 14 and your forecast for meteorologist Kristen Clark gets set for record setting heat today and tomorrow with the low humidity and dew points are in the twenties. Dry, hot conditions on ly elevating the fire danger through Thursday. Now slightly cooler conditions will start up Friday into Saturday, but with the dry weather lingering through, then we're still likely to see elevated fire conditions through the end of this week. And how about the smoke? Yeah, that to linger, not a whole lot of mixing going onto the atmosphere, So at times the smoke will be in place and we will likely see poor air quality concerns. Also could linger through the weekend and become a weather center. A meteorologist Kristen Clark, 73, Hazy sunshine Downtown 11 06 20 minutes of nonstop news continues and air quality is slowly improving ISA smoke from the Eastern Washington wildfires. And the area fires around here disappoints, but we'll get more from coma. Meteorologist Abby A. Cockney bad people we talked to like Andy Lips come, were astounded by the sight and smell of smoke filling our skies You can see across the water. You can see that very boats coming across until the last few Moments. Easterly winds are in the forecast through at least the first part of Thursday, drawing and smoke from Central and eastern Washington. Westerly winds are then expected by Friday, which could help clear out our sky somewhat with onshore winds. Continuing this weekend air quality should improve further. As a result, scientists are expected air quality to stay at an unhealthy or unhealthy for sensitive groups level for some areas through Wednesday and possibly into Thursday. Fresher air coming in from the Pacific this weekend could lead to good air quality again by Sunday promo meteorologist Abby A. Cockney, the Cold Springs fire between Oh Mac and Mansfield burning over 254 square miles and several homes along with cattle and other livestock that have been lost. Tyler Kale, the fire chief for Douglas County, Fire District, five in the overall burn areas, self numerous building primary residences, farm equipment vehicles. All lost. We don't have any firm number. State resource. Is there assisting on the fire, But Chief Kale says they're.

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02:00 min | 7 months ago

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"West Valley Freeway or I wake into the Newcastle area five busy from the 45 footed amount like terrorists, our next promo traffic at 8 14 and the forecast from Co Moh meteorologist Kristen Clark. Today is the beginning of a long duration. Warm, dry weather pattern that takes us well into next week. And, of course, that includes a Labor Day weekend ahead. With a string of low 80 degree days. That's going to start as early as this afternoon, especially across the South Sound, maybe a few Sprinkles and light rain showers impacting the far Northern Cascades tomorrow. But other than that, it looks like our dry weather pattern continues for the interior lowlands heading into the Labor Day weekend, expecting dry weather and those low eighties to continue until Labor Day Monday in the comer Weather Center, a meteorologist Kristen Clark, in Walla Walla, It's 68 degrees, already with mostly sunny skies decidedly cooler. Around Shelton, where it's 47. Some of the early morning fog has burned off their 49 in Olympia right now, 59 degrees here in Seattle. So news time 807, but what we're talking about this nice warm weather forecasters are already making their predictions for winter. Come, o meteorologist Abby a Cockney says this year. There are indications we have a higher than normal chance for lowland snow. Well, climatologists are predicting warmer than usual weather at least through October, all across the country, and Nina could develop by November for both November and December. Whether the normal weather is expected with the chance for both lowland and mountain snow ramping up by January, you don't have a snow shovel. Going to run to the store. Get one today, obviously, but it may not be about idea just to have on him. Just in case come. A meteorologist Scott Cystic emphasizes that Alan Nina winter doesn't mean will experience the same kind of snowpocalypse we endured in February of 2019, but generally ups the chances for snow storms in the lowlands. Don't take it to the bank is 100%, but Just figuring that the odds a little higher than normal. Abby Accounting Come on. ISS news time mate Always President Trump is keeping a spotlight on cities where violence has.

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02:00 min | 7 months ago

"abby a. cockney" Discussed on KOMO

"Or five with heavy commute from the Valley Freeway in Newcastle. Wanna mention North 167 riding the brake pedal for 5 12 to Pacific Our next Cuomo traffic up 14 now to the forecast and meteorologist Kristen Clark atmosphere, the wildfire threat will only increase in the days to come as we do anticipate a long duration warm and dry weather pattern lasting well into next week aside for maybe a few light rain showers in the far northern Cascades on Wednesday, looks like the low lands will experience very dry conditions. And as we look forward to the Labor Day weekend ties will be in the low eighties. That includes Labor Day Monday, with the tri weather lasting through then. So outdoor wildfires. That's gonna be something to keep an eye on here In the days to come in the common Weather Center meteorologist Kristen Clar Sutton is prevailing over some of the early morning cloudiness. It's 48 degrees in Olympia. The skies are bright thing. There is still a little cloudy along the Everett waterfront and 59 56 degrees right now at Sea Tac Airport, in some places have fog as well. But despite the sunny, warm weather that continues, climatologists are already looking ahead to the upcoming winter season. And they tell Cuomo's meteorologist Abby, a Cockney. There's a good chance of getting some lowland snow this year. This winter Allah Nina pattern could bring cooler and wetter than normal weather to the Pacific Northwest. Homo meteorologists got cystic says Latina years typically provide us with healthy snowpack. So usually one unions are like a skier's best friend. Still, a Nina pattern doesn't guarantee constant cool and story weather throughout the entire season. It doesn't necessarily mean it's going to Snow Verde, or it's going to be cold every day. It just means that when you go back and look at the total averages, it's probably going to lean that way. The Farmer's Almanac, based in Maine, is forecasting mild and dry weather for the Pacific Northwest Thie Old Farmer's Almanac is calling this winter wet. You bet across western Washington and Oregon. Abby. A Cockney common is Come on news time. 70 wait once again last night in Portland. Police declared a riot. This time it was outside the downtown apartment of Mayor.

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01:39 min | 8 months ago

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"A collision in the right lane and there And still, we're having a bit of slowing north out five, often on from Lacey about Jay Billa made our next cover. Traffic isn't 6 14 Cockney checks are very hot Coma forecast after tracking oppressive, scorching and record setting heat across much of Puget Sound Today, we're gearing up for uncomfortable sleeping weather as it's going to take all overnight to dip down to the upper fifties to the upper sixties. We do have a heightened risk for heat related illnesses. A heat advisory continues through early Monday for the I five Court or Southwest interior, as well as the kids that peninsula and an excessive heat warning out towards some of the cascade valleys. Make sure to keep those fans blasting and hydrate meteorologist Abby a Cockney. Sunny skies. 97 degrees currently in Seattle. Stay connected. Stay informed Cuomo's Sunday Good evening, There's 605 I'm Kelly Bleyer, with the top local stories from the Comb 0 24 7 news Center. Topping our news. The hottest temperatures of the year today, making beating the heat a top priority for many camo Suzanne phone reports. Cove in 19 restrictions make it more challenging. It's an obvious reminder, but an important one Staying hydrated is key for everyone. Maybe including pets who can overheat easily indoors and outdoors. Angle like park and see Tak big rows. Everyone eager to get on the water going on in my sin, a paddleboard. This is a floating cooler, so there's ah Some beverages, and I'm about to put some food in their most people staying socially distaste. Even come into the water. You know, you have to be conscious of people in sizes and groups and keeping your distance and.

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01:38 min | 8 months ago

"abby a. cockney" Discussed on KOMO

"Prairie area Highway 162 lane closures happen overnight, each direction between 1 28 street and military road until about 5 a.m. I'm Jay Phillips, Homo 24 7 traffic. The Kamo forecast wear, tracking a rollercoaster of temperatures over the next several days in western Washington. As for overnight, increasing clouds expected with temperatures this morning, tumbling to the upper forties to the mid fifties morning clouds with afternoon sun Chetta Wednesday highs on either side of 70 degrees into the afternoon, mid upper seventies Thursday and Friday with plentiful blue skies and sunshine, downright sizzling by Sunday, with highs in the low nineties for Seattle. Meteorologist Abby A. Cockney in the Comer Weather Center. Nick so like single three times and drove in three runs, leading the Texas Rangers to afford to victory over the Seattle Mariners Tuesday night. Kyle Seager single twice become the active player with the most hits against Texas. Portland Timbers score 2 to 1 victory against Orlando and Major League Soccer's return tournament finale Tuesday night in Florida. The Big 10 Pac 12 conferences won't play football this fall because of concerns about covert 19 decisions. Take two of college football's five power conferences out of a crumbling season amid the pandemic. Art Sanders CAMO NEWS, Your Voice Your vote in the Democratic National Convention Live from ABC News Nightly at seven starting next Monday, plus updates all day on Seattle's on Lee All news station. Cuomo News 1000 FM 97 7 and streaming on your smart speaker. Information is power. Everything.

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"abby a. cockney" Discussed on KOMO

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01:32 min | 8 months ago

"abby a. cockney" Discussed on KOMO

"Highway 16 or so Then you'll be back on your brakes in North Bound five up till you get past the Tacoma Dome. Our next report is at six. So forum Evan Smith comma traffic. The co Moh forecast clear skies across the region today. Expected to carry over into your Monday is well, we're going with dazzling sunshine for tomorrow. As for the overnight timeframe, temperatures bottoming out the low to upper fifties early Monday and possibly developing a few spots of fog, most probable for the Western section to stay home ish county. And out toward the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Elsewhere for the most part, sunshine from the start to the finish. High temperatures ranging the upper seventies to the low eighties, meteorologist Abby A. Cockney become a Weather center. Number of Americans testing positive for covert 19 is passing the five million mark. Lisa Taylor has more even though we've reached that milestone. There are signs the spread of the Corona virus is slowing. Johns Hopkins researchers say. More than 162,000 have died in this country. On Ly seven states are seeing increasing numbers of cases The number of new infections is falling in 17 states. Three states had the highest per capita rate in the past week. Louisiana Mississippi In Florida. The nation didn't see one million infections until April 28th. It took a month and 1/2 to get to two million, then less than a month later to get to three million than on Lee a couple of weeks to reach four million. That was 16 days ago. Lisa Taylor, NBC news radio. Now your political insides from ABC News. The president telling states to use already approved Corona virus aid to give.

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"abby a. cockney" Discussed on KOMO

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01:31 min | 9 months ago

"abby a. cockney" Discussed on KOMO

"19 infection rate could get five times faster in less than a month. The home stretch of a Friday morning, 11 34 and Kira Jordan's traffic update. Almost a four miles solid backup now on westbound 5 12 between Meridian and Canyon, and this is all due to a fire and the odd response is blocking all of our westbound lanes. So don't do that to yourself. Avoid 5 12 years 31st or 112th instead. But I will warn you looks like 31st is becoming pretty heavy as you're approaching Fruitland. Not seeing too much of a back up yet on 112. I just spotted a suspicious backup in Seattle on both directions of East marginal approaching diagonal, not huge backups yet, but the fact that it's in both directions tells me there may be something going on there a weekend planned travelers, they're causing some delays. We're seeing backups on South and I five driving at a federal way and into five. He's found 18 That's looking busy along much of Tiger Mountain in East bound us to that's now getting heavier through Monroe, and it looks like we have a demonstration that's taking place right now in Seattle. This is currently blocking all lanes. All directions on broad street at fourth, this traffic court sponsored by Snoqualmie Casino, Snoqualmie casinos, Outdoor dining at Vista Prime Steak and Seafood is now open for dinner. Enjoy a true farm to table experience was sweeping views of the Snoqualmie Valley, Seattle's closest snow Pommy Casino. Our next promo traffic and 11 44 and you couple forecast with meteorologist Abby A Cockney, Mostly cloudy skies taking us throughout your Friday high temperature struggling to get out of the.

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