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"alabama mississippi state line" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:36 min | 8 months ago

"alabama mississippi state line" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Also some potential tornadoes and some of these rain bands as well. So the slower we move, the more rainfall that we'll get. Forecasters expect landfall sometime Wednesday near the Alabama Mississippi State line. President Trump presided over the formal recognition of Israel by the United Arab Emirates in Bahrain were here this afternoon to change the course of history. After decades of division and conflict, we marked the dawn of a new Middle East. The ceremony on the South Lawn of the White House Tuesday afternoon is seen as being hope to herald a dramatic shift in Middle East power dynamics. And while President Trump has been downplaying climate change in connection with the Western wildfires, the top Senate Republican is acknowledging global warming. Democratic leaders are insisting climate change is leading to a larger, more frequent and more destructive wildfires, something President Trump dismissed this week while visiting California. I think this is more of a management situation. But Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell says I don't have any question the climate is changing. McConnell disagrees, though with Democrats on how to address it. I think most Republicans have a lot more confidence in technology. To address the problem of climate change. Then clamping down on the economy with something like the green New deal, Scientists say it's not a simple is blaming either climate change or land management. Jackie Quinn Washington Wall Street Dow futures are up 32 points early. News and analysis. Townhall dot com I'm Rhonda Rocks, Tre..

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"alabama mississippi state line" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:11 min | 8 months ago

"alabama mississippi state line" Discussed on WTOP

"Your source for today's top news, traffic and weather always connected. And constantly update in your car at home at work. Hands on the go. W T o P. Never miss a moment. Good evening. I'm Michelle Bash. Alicia A. Belson is at the editor's desk. Coming up. Hurricane Sally slowly heads toward the Gulf Coast states, forcing major evacuations. Could Congress take action to help deal with the devastating spread of wildfires? On Capitol Hill. I. Mitchell Miller, 11 31. Hurricane Sally is crawling toward the northern Gulf coast at just two miles an hour, a pace that lets the storm gather huge amounts of water to eventually dump on land. Forecasters now expect landfall late overnight near the Alabama Mississippi state line. The storm sustained winds are around 85 miles an hour. It is 65 miles southeast of Mobile, Alabama. Rainfall increasing in the two states where some coastal roads have been closed because of flooding. Forecasters say the slow moving storm will bring record Flooding to the region. With nearly 2 Ft. Of rain accumulation in some spots near the coast. Alabama Governor Kay Ivey is urging residents near mobile Bay to evacuate if they still can, as long as it's sitting. There. It's piling up the water along the Gulf Coast of storm surge of 4 to 7 FT looks likely now in mobile Bay That's where it looked the worst of the storm surges. And we're still thinking of the rainfall is going to be measured in feet. In some places. This is looking to shape up as a historic rainfall. That's Dennis Feltgen, with the National Hurricane Center, speaking with W. T O P people in the Gulf Coast region are preparing for all that water. The city of New Orleans is expected to avoid the worst of the storm. But officials there are still warning residents to be prepared The mandatory Evacuation. It remains in place. We're not letting any guards down at all. Forecasters expect Sally to eventually weaken into a tropical storm and then a tropical depression before moving into Georgia sometime early Friday that CBS News correspondent Skylar Henry in Biloxi, Mississippi. Oregon's governor is seeking additional federal assistance.

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"alabama mississippi state line" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:40 min | 8 months ago

"alabama mississippi state line" Discussed on WTOP

"Hard to fathom amid the ruins. Cadaver dogs search for at least 22 people who are missing that CBS news correspondent Jonathan Vig Liatti reporting from talent, Oregon Hurricane Sally is crawling toward the northern Gulf coast of just two miles an hour, a pace that's allowing the storm together huge amounts of water to eventually dump on land. Forecasters now expect landfall late today or early tomorrow near the Alabama Mississippi State line. Forecasters say the storm will bring record flooding to the region with nearly 2 Ft. Of rain accumulation in some areas that are near the coast. What might the storm surge? Be like 4 FT. Will be very common all the way over into the Florida Panhandle. It's far to the East, a zap electrical and maybe even farther east than that, maybe going on all the way over to Cedar Key, But the rainfall is going to be a real problem because that's not just a coastal event. This is England, and we're looking at rainfall amounts of 6 to 8 inches that'll be spreading northward in the central Alabama, northern Georgia and western North Carolina. That's Dennis Feltgen with the National Hurricane Center. Many residents are preparing for the worst from Sally. Everything is scary. Right now, Thousands of people like Janet Ryan have already Act up and left their homes packed up. What I need for maybe a couple of weeks because I don't know how much water they will be here. Officials here in Biloxi, see that they're anticipating historic amounts of rain. You could see water already spilling onto the sidewalk here, and some people aren't concerned about the hurricane at this point, despite some roads Being blocked off. Alabama Governor Kay Ivey closed beaches in her state and urged people in low lying areas to leave Skyler Henry reporting from Biloxi, Mississippi..

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"alabama mississippi state line" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:37 min | 8 months ago

"alabama mississippi state line" Discussed on WTOP

"Full years. Call lead +66 90 Nation or visit window nation dot com. Steve Dresner. W T o P traffic Now your forecast from Met Ritter. The hazy skies we've had for the past couple of days caused by the smoke from the wildfires out west in the haze is going to stick with us this evening and overnight tonight. Otherwise, it's a mainly clear forecast chapters to be cool and comfortable overnight tonight Lows a range from the upper forties and a lot of the suburbs, especially northwest of D. C. Loaded mid fifties elsewhere and partly sunny for tomorrow, Mr of some high level clouds but also still some haze. Milder highs will be in the mid to upper seventies Thursday will be mostly cloudy with a cold front moving through the area. Chance of a shower Hides will be in the mid seventies, too, near 80 and mostly cloudy on Friday. The front will still be clearing our area, but it's going to keep the vast majority of the remnants of Sally away from us. There's just a chance of a few showers on Friday, mostly south of the district. Hives will be in the low to mid seventies. I'm store Team four meteorologist Matt Ritter and checking current temperatures around our region. 60 degrees in Riverdale Park. We have 63 in Bailey's crossroads. 61 in northwest Washington at 8 30 Thiss is w t O p your source for today's top news, traffic and weather. Always connected and constantly update in your car at home at work and on the go W GOP Never miss a moment. Good evening. I'm Michelle Bash. Alicia A. Belson is at the editor's desk. Coming up. Hurricane Sally could make landfall either late tonight or early tomorrow along the Gulf Coast. A new call in Congress to take federal action to slow the spread of wildfires. Virginia governor outlines voting options With early in person voting about to begin, particularly on It's 8 31. Hurricane Sally is crawling toward the northern Gulf coast of just two MPH, a pace that's allowing the storm together huge amounts of water to eventually dump on land. Forecasters now expect expect landfall late today or early tomorrow near the Alabama Mississippi State line. Forecasters say the slow moving storm will bring record flooding to the region, with nearly 2 Ft. Of rain accumulation in some areas near the coast. What might the storm surge? Be like? 224 Ft will be very common all the way over into the Florida Panhandle as far to the East, a zap electrical and maybe even farther east than that, maybe going on all the way over to cedar Key, But the rainfall is going to be a real problem because that's not just a coastal event. This is England, and we're looking at rainfall amounts of 6 to 8 inches that'll be spreading northward in the central Alabama. Northern Georgia and western North Carolina. That's Dennis Feltgen with the National Hurricane Center. Many residents in that region are preparing for the worst from Sally. Everything is scary. Right now, Thousands of people like Janet Ryan have already packed up and left their homes packed up. What I need for maybe a couple of weeks because I don't know how much water they will be here. Officials here in Biloxi see that they're anticipating historic amounts of rain. You could see water already spilling onto the sidewalk here, and some people aren't concerned about the hurricane. At this point, Despite some roads being blocked off Alabama Governor Kay Ivey closed beaches in her state and urged people in low lying areas to leave. That is Skyler Henry reporting from Biloxi, Mississippi. The bobcat fire in the Angeles National Forest in California is growing this despite favorable weather conditions for firefighters around 300 homes in.

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"alabama mississippi state line" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:31 min | 8 months ago

"alabama mississippi state line" Discussed on KQED Radio

"E R News. I'm Jack's fear. Health officials in the Pacific Northwest are warning that air quality continues to deteriorate due to the ongoing wildfires. There. NPR's Kirk Siegel reports, much of the regions forced to stay indoors and during 1/4 straight day of hazardous air quality. The wildfires themselves have burned a still untold number of homes and forced thousands of Californians and Oregonians to evacuate. But the smoke is thie ancillary fallout that will affect millions of Westerners. Even in the dryer. Inland Northwest cities far away from the fires, Visibility has been reduced to less than a half mile. At times, residents are being told to stay indoors, and they're mounting concerns about vulnerable populations being exposed to the smog for days on end. These aren't just forest fires, health officials warn. This smoke contains dangerous toxins like lead paint from destroyed homes, burnt cars, gas tanks and power lines. Kirk Sigler. NPR NEWS Boise Former Vice President Joe Biden is making his first trip to Florida as the Democratic presidential nominee binds campaign, making it clear he needs to do a better job of reaching out to the states. Latino voters. President Trump is also courting and a pivotal state in the presidential race. Biden is holding a roundtable with veterans and marking Hispanic Heritage Month Latinos make up 1/5 of eligible voters in Florida. There are worries Biden, standing among the key voting bloc is slipping. Hurricane Sally continues to creep along with the northern Gulf Coast, watching and waiting as Dave Dunwoody. Reports from member station WWF in Pensacola. Precise location of Sally's landfall remains unclear. The smaller the pace, the more warm Gulf waters. Sally can suck up and eventually drop on the land That's likely to being late tonight or early Wednesday morning. Somewhere along the Alabama Mississippi State line is can be a county Sheriff David Morgan is asking the public to draw upon their experiences and past hurricane seasons. We can all get through this folks, you know, we all got PhDs and howto and hurricanes and storms in Escambia County, and so let's continue with this education to leave your family and help us in keeping our community. Seif steering currents in the Gulf will determine exactly where Stanley will come ashore. Forecasters expect record breaking rainfall possibly up to 30 inches in some areas. For NPR News. I'm Dave Dunwoody in Pensacola, Florida President Trump's pick for the Federal Reserve Board's interest rates setting armed does not appear to have the votes needed in the U. S. Senate to win confirmation..

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"alabama mississippi state line" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:23 min | 8 months ago

"alabama mississippi state line" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The Tobin Bridge. You're fine, and so is the lever Connector and the mass turnpikes Been good all afternoon. It's still clear into Southborough, the my king with W. P. Z's traffic on the threes. The forecast tonight. Clear and cool, Low 50 for in Boston forties again in some suburbs tomorrow, Sonny but hazy, warmer with the gusty breeze later the day high 75 Tomorrow night. Mostly clear and breezy, Low. 61 Thursday some sun giving way to afternoon clouds High 79 a shower or two around Thursday night on Friday, much cooler and mostly cloudy high. Just 62. Right now it's partly cloudy and 57 degrees in Boston in New Orleans. That's how it sounds at Lake Pontchartrain as wind and rain from Hurricane Sally Batter the central Gulf Coast. The category one storm is moving at just two miles an hour, dumping huge amounts of water leading to flooding concerns. Forecasters expect the category one storm to strike late tonight or early tomorrow near the Alabama Mississippi State line. Alabama Governor Kay Ivey warns people near mobile Bay to evacuate now if they still can regain Sally. Is not to be taken for granted way We're looking at record flooding, perhaps breaking historic levels. Sally's top winds are 80 Miles an hour parts of Portland, Oregon, now have the world's dirtiest air because of the fires. ABC is Kaylee Hartung is there with wildfires have taken the lives of at least 27 people in just the last week nine here in Oregon, this is about 28 major fires are burning. In the state of California. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says President Trump is in denial over the impact of climate change regarding thes wildfires. President Trump brushed aside any possibility that climate change had an effect. Suggesting idiotically That the planet will start getting cooler just to watch Mr Trump in Sacramento yesterday reiterated his claim that poor forest management is to blame for the wildfires. Republicans show their plans for returning to.

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Hurricane Sally Nears Northern Gulf Coast

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

Hurricane Sally Nears Northern Gulf Coast

"Sally is crawling toward the northern Gulf coast to just two miles an hour, a pace that lets that storm gathered huge amounts of water to eventually dump on land. And flooding concerns are big tonight. Forecasters now expect landfall overnight near the Alabama Mississippi state line. The storm sustained winds or at 80 miles an hour. It's 83 miles south of Mobile Alabama. Rainfall is increasing in the two states, where some coastal roads are closed. Forecasters say the slow moving storm will bring record flooding to the region. With nearly 2 Ft. Of rain accumulation in some areas near the coast. Alabama's governor K. I've urges residents near mobile Bay to get out of there if they still can

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"alabama mississippi state line" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:56 min | 8 months ago

"alabama mississippi state line" Discussed on WTOP

"Today the sweetest day I've had in a long time because no matter how big Does he win from the DC lottery or how small every win is a win? 6 34 Hurricane Sally, with sustained winds now of 80 Miles an hour is crawling toward the northern Gulf coast of just two miles an hour. That's a pace that's allowing the storm together huge amounts of water to eventually dump on land. Forecasters now expect landfall late today or early tomorrow near the Alabama Mississippi State line. Forecasters say the slow moving storm will bring record flooding to the region, with nearly 2 Ft of rain accumulation in some areas near the coast. What might the storm surge? Be like 2 to 4? Ft. Will be very common all the way over into the Florida Panhandle. This part of the East is Apalachicola, maybe even farther east than that, maybe going on all the way over to Cedar Key, But the rainfall is going to be a real problem because that's not just a coastal event. This is England, and we're looking at rainfall amounts of 6 to 8 inches that'll be spreading northward in the central Alabama. Northern Georgia and western North Carolina that is Dennis Feltgen with the National Hurricane Center. Meanwhile, many residents are preparing for the worst from Sally. Everything is scary. Right now, Thousands of people like Janet Ryan have already packed up and left their homes packed up. What I need for maybe a couple of weeks because I don't know how much water they'll be here. Officials here in Biloxi, see that they're anticipating historic amounts of rain. You could see water already spilling onto the sidewalk here, and some people aren't concerned about the hurricane at this point, despite some roads being blocked off. Alabama Governor Kay Ivey closed beaches in her state and urged people in low lying areas to leave that Skylar Henry reporting from Biloxi, Mississippi. The bobcat fire in the Angeles National Forest in California is growing despite favorable weather conditions around 300 homes in Arcadian, Sierra.

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"alabama mississippi state line" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:21 min | 8 months ago

"alabama mississippi state line" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"1 28 Find 20 minutes from the pike up to 93. Woburn can't beat that Andrew. One looks good up past Lin Fells Parkway, My King W B. C's traffic on the three's clear cool tonight. Temperatures dropping to about the mid fifties in the city. Forties again, though in some of the cooler suburbs some hazy sunshine tomorrow it'll be a warmer day Temperatures made seventy's a gusty breeze develops breezy tomorrow night low 61 with mainly clear skies, then the clouds start to filter in on Thursday as the sun gives weight afternoon clouds in a shower to develops temperatures in the upper seventies. Maybe a lingering shower Friday. Otherwise ploughs break for some sun. The temperatures fall back down again. 62 for the high on Friday, loaded mid sixties over the weekend that we should have plenty of sunshine 60 degrees right now in Boston. Different scenario Weatherwise in New Orleans. That's the sounds from Blake Pontchartrain. It's wind and rain from Hurricane Sally Batter the central Gulf Coast from Louisiana all the way over to the Florida Panhandle. Category. One storm is moving in just two miles an hour and dumping huge amounts of water, which is leading to flooding concerns. Forecasters are expecting the storm. To arrive late tonight or early tomorrow. Landfall near the Alabama Mississippi State line. Alabama's governor Kate Ivy, warning people near mobile Bay that if they haven't evacuated they should really is not to be taken for granted. We're looking at record flooding, perhaps breaking historic level salad. Top winds can near 80 Miles a dollar right now, a category one storm parts of Portland, Oregon, have the world's dirtiest air these days because of wildfires burning out west. NBC's Kaylee Hartung is out West Wildfires have taken the lives of at least 27 people in just the last week nine here in Oregon, this is about 28 major fires are burning in the state of California, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says President Trump's in denial about the impact that climate change is having regarding wildfire resident Trump brushed aside any possibility that climate change had an effect. Suggesting idiotically That the planet will start getting cooler just to watch in Sacramento yesterday, President Trump reiterated claims that poor forest management is to blame for the wildfires. Republican showing their plans for a turning to leadership in the House. Republicans have unveiled their election year.

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"alabama mississippi state line" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:31 min | 8 months ago

"alabama mississippi state line" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Churn as she bears down on the Gulf Coast. Alabama's governor urging residents to be ready to leave Governor Kay Ivey says her team is being proactive in prepping for the arrival of Hurricane Sally. She requested that people in low lying areas of the Gulf Coast leave, thankfully. It appears that many people he did this voluntary evacuation. She also reached out to the White House for a pre landfall. Disaster declaration. President Trump and his administration approved this request last night. Sally is aiming right now at the Alabama Mississippi State line, moving about two miles an hour, which makes strengthening likely Colonel Scott. Thoughts need, forecasters warn it also makes devastating flash flooding likely. The family of Briana Taylor will get $12 million from the city of Louisville as part of a settlement that also includes police reform over the killing of the empty in her own home by police using a no knock warrant to search for drugs. No drugs were found. Taylor's killing sparked months of protests. The state attorney general is still investigating the case. America is listening to Fox News. You should move over red. Right? Return, right, Red right return. No, just read right return because, you know, I'm saying red right return, but then right to agree. Okay, But you're right. I should have said correct. I know it's red. Right? Return, But you're on the red tights. Khun, Turn quicker on the.

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"alabama mississippi state line" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:45 min | 8 months ago

"alabama mississippi state line" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Eins signing accords to normalize relations in a White House ceremony together, these agreements will serve as the foundation for a comprehensive piece, of course, the entire region something which nobody thought was possible. President Trump predicts More deals will eventually convince Palestinian leaders to join in. But so far they have condemned the agreements as a betrayal and rockets were fired from Gaza into southern Israel during today's ceremony. Joe Biden is in Florida, his first visit to the Keys swing state as the Democratic presidential nominee. He met with veterans before heading to an Hispanic Heritage Month event. Hurricane Sally continuing a slow, menacing churn as she bears down on the Gulf Coast. Alabama's governor, urging residents to be ready to leave Governor Kay Ivey says her team is being proactive in prepping for the arrival of Hurricane Sally. She requested that people in low lying areas of the Gulf Coast We, thankfully It appears that many people he did this voluntary evacuation. She also reached out to the White House for a pre landfall, disaster declaration President Trump and his administration Approved this request last night. Sally is aiming right now at the Alabama Mississippi State line, moving about two miles an hour, which makes strengthening likely gurnal Scott. Forecasters warn. It also makes devastating flash flooding likely. The family of Briana Taylor will get $12 million from the city of Louisville as part of a settlement that also includes police reform. Over the killing of the empty in her own home by police using a no knock warrant to search for drugs. No drugs were found. Taylor's killing sparked months of protests. The state attorney general is still investigating the case. America.

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"alabama mississippi state line" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:49 min | 8 months ago

"alabama mississippi state line" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Radio dot com, a service of Salem Media Group. Breaking news this hour from townhall dot com. I'm John Stop slow moving. Hurricane Sally continues to plod along in the Gulf of Mexico. But first President Trump presides over and historic day for Mideast peace were here this afternoon to change the course of history. After decades of division and conflict. We marked the dawn of a new Middle East on the South Lawn of the White House in the last half hour, the signing of agreements that will formalize Israel's warming relations with the United Arab Emirates in Bahrain. President. Trump says the agreement will enable all three parties to carry out important initiatives Israel, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain. We'll establish embassies exchange ambassadors and begin the cooperate and work together so strongly to cooperate his partners. Of course, the A broad range of sectors from tourism to trade and healthcare to security. The president says these countries are choosing friendship over conflict. Also a townhall dot com Hurricane Sally moving at a snail's pace at about two MPH and is now about 60 miles east of the mouth of the Mississippi River. Alabama of other Kay Ivey urging residents to flee the low lying areas and not risk their lives by staying behind. Forecasters say Sally should reach land You're the Alabama Mississippi State line by late Tuesday or early Wednesday. Really from putrid, dangerous Ares feeling from massive wildfires across the West won't come until later in the week or beyond, forecasters say, And the hazy and gunk filled skies might stick around even longer. People in Oregon, Washington and parts of California are struggling under acrid, yellowish green small now. The worst, most unhealthy.

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"alabama mississippi state line" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:35 min | 8 months ago

"alabama mississippi state line" Discussed on KCRW

"Reality for many families this morning, and Atlanta Mom describes how even the best planning isn't enough. I'm Rachel Martin and I'm David Green, also the latest on Hurricane Sally. Sally's A slow moving storm that could bring major flooding to the Gulf Coast will go to our reporter in Alabama and later President Emmanuel Macron is trying to get France a bigger role on the world stage. That may not help him politically at home. It's Tuesday, September 15th Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino turns 59 Thie news is next. Live from NPR news. I'm Barbara Klein. Hurricane Sally is bearing down on the U. S. Gulf Coast. NPR's Debbie Elliot reports It's forecast to make landfall late today or overnight. Near the Alabama Mississippi State line. The outer bands of Hurricane Sally are lashing the northern Gulf Coast, bringing strong winds and heavy rains to a large area stretching from the mouth of the Mississippi River in Louisiana east to the Florida Panhandle. The storm is moving slowly in the Gulf of Mexico, churning up the surf and flooding some coastal roadways. Forecasters warn Flooding is the most serious threat from Hurricane Sally, which could bring up to 9 FT storm surge and dumped more than 20 inches of rain in its path. Low lying communities have evacuated as have more than 150. Offshore oil and gas rigs and platforms in the Gulf of Mexico. Debbie Elliot, NPR NEWS Orange BEACH, Alabama..

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"alabama mississippi state line" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:41 min | 8 months ago

"alabama mississippi state line" Discussed on AP News

"Bed Hornets teams he's averaging 19.6 points in the postseason, a nice dead on a Boston team that has balanced scoring. Walker was productive in Boston seven game series with the Raptors, but he knows the heat will pose a new challenge. Even this is a whole different team. Very differently. So just two. It just got to be able to adjust. Pretty fast. The Celtics therefore wins away from their first trip to the MBA finals in a decade. I'm Dave Ferrie thiss his AP News. I'm Rita Foley. Hurricane Sally is creeping toward the Alabama Mississippi State line. Theeighties Julie Walker has the latest rain from the storm's outer bands was already pummeling northwest Florida early Tuesday, along with parts of Alabama and Mississippi. Where residents Joseph Glasser and Trevor Clots were evacuating as the storm surge came in with several powers out already. We're going to go inland. We're gonna goto Papa Bill. Grand parents are there. They're there. There. Tone has come out there now and it's gonna get on its current track. Hurricane Sally is forecast to reach land near the Alabama Mississippi State line by late Tuesday, early Wednesday. With 110 MPH winds. I'm Julie Walker. NASA says the wildfires burning on the West Coast or sending carbon monoxide high into the atmosphere with concentrations at least seven times the normal amount. Fires have killed at least 35 people in California, Oregon and Washington state. At a briefing in the Sacramento area yesterday, President Trump downplayed climate change when.

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"alabama mississippi state line" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:15 min | 8 months ago

"alabama mississippi state line" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Martin in Washington, D C and I'm David Greene in Los Angeles. Here on the West Coast were dealing with wildfires on the Gulf Coast in southeastern United States. It is hurricanes that are the concern. Therefore, storms right now brewing in the Atlantic Basin communities along the Gulf of Mexico are bracing for Hurricane Sally. It is forecast to make landfall either late today or overnight. Somewhere near the Alabama Mississippi State line, and we have NPR's Debbie Elliot with us from Orange Beach, Alabama, Debbie Good morning to you. And Are you feeling the effects of Sally already? Yeah, we're starting to feel the outer bands of the hurricane, basically gusty winds and waves of heavy rain that come in intermittently. Bay Waters have been rising since yesterday and have over topped Cem piers and flooded some roadways in and around my neighborhood. I spent some time yesterday over engulf shores, Alabama at the Public Beach where people were watching as the storm was approaching, there were a good many sightseers. Mary Bell was on vacation from Tennessee and was really amazed to watch and see how fast the water was coming up. Well, the surface churning and we watched the levels rise coming closer on the beach in places where the water has gone and made its own little canal through between the condos. Sally is a very large hurricane. It's just offshore on DH. The effects are being felt along a really wide stretch of the U. S Gulf Coast from all the way from the mouth of the Mississippi River into the Florida Panhandle. Remember doing that myself standing on the beach as a hurricane is approaching. Then you want to stop doing the sightseeing at some point and come inside. Okay, I guess I wonder. I mean, do you get the sense that people are taking Sally seriously enough, You know, I think they are, And certainly officials are the Gulf States have all declared states of emergency. Those who were in the path of Sally Low lying communities have evacuated that includes like the barrier islands off of Louisiana and in the New Orleans Metro area, people who live Outside that elaborate new levee protection system have been ordered to evacuate. The National Guard is ready. TTO help respond as needed all along the Gulf Coast. It it seems like people have been trying to secure their property.

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"alabama mississippi state line" Discussed on Up First

Up First

08:38 min | 8 months ago

"alabama mississippi state line" Discussed on Up First

"On. The president has been quiet about the west coast wildfires. Until now, what did he say in California? It'll start getting cooler. You just watch climate experts warned that the worst is yet to come David Greene with Rachel Martin, and this is the first from NPR news. Hurricanes Sally, makes its way to Florida Mississippi and Alabama huge area of the Gulf coast is under hurricane warning and the storm is expected to bring a dangerous storm surge. This water will come through here and sweetness place away like it was never here and Israel's prime minister will be at the White House today to sign deals establishing diplomatic relations with both the UAE an Bahrain. It's not the big piece in the Middle East deal the president wanted, but is it a step in the right direction see with us we've got the news you need to start your day. This message comes from NPR sponsor, Twi- Leo a customer engagement platform trusted by millions of developers enabling you to reinvent how you connect with customers whatever your use case. Twi- Leo has your back. It's time to build visit Willy Dot Com. Support also comes from better health online counseling by licensed professional counselors specializing in isolation depression, stress and anxiety visit better health dot com slash up first to learn more and get ten percent off your first month. Ash and smoke still fill the skies from Los Angeles over to Fresno and up to San Francisco more than three million acres are burning in over twenty separate fires across the state, of California, the bobcat fires actually less than fifty miles from where I am in La that has been raging for over a week. Now, it is barely contained and that is the case with so many of the fires in California and Oregon, and in Washington state yesterday president trump paid a visit to California and California officials were pleading with him to acknowledge the reality of climate change. Kick Ud's Katie or joins us now from the California state capital of Sacramento Katie Good Morning. Thanks for being here. Can you just start by telling us the status of the fires? Sure. We have twenty eight major fires burning throughout the state right now with more than sixteen thousand firefighters working to contain them and we have people who've gone through these fires are waking up to A. Landscape marked by worry my colleague in Fresno Abbot's hall spoke with Lee Zero Suwa and her husband David. They feared their house had burned down. What can you say it's scary. Especially, the first couple of days the fire was moving. So quickly that you know we had no idea if the house would survive. So I think that's how everyone feels and I know there are several houses. On the next street on very road that were completely destroyed. They later learned their house was intact today though more than forty, two, hundred structures throughout the state have burned down. So David mentioned president trump was in California yesterday with state officials and the press and climate change is a big issue. Right tell us what happened. Right, I actually asked the president what role he thinks climate change plays in these fires he insisted as he has for years that it's all about forest management that years of leading the forest became overgrown and not well tended have turned them into tinder boxes. The president's argument though was met with resistance from officials here on the ground including California Governor Gavin Newsom who the president to reconsider his stance in light of what the state's experienced in recent years. Hottest August ever history state the ferocity, these fires, the drought five plus years losing one, hundred, sixty, three, million trees to that drought. Something's happened to the plumbing of the world, and then how did President Trump responded that? He didn't seem to appreciate it in one exchange California's Natural Resources Secretary Wade crow fit made repeated the central role of climate change in these fires and trump pretty much dismissed him. As we can hear, it'll start getting cooler. I. Wish just you just watch I wish science degree. I don't think signs knows actually and it's interesting. We're less than two months from the presidential election Joe Biden was addressing this yesterday to calling it a problem that requires action and quote not denial. But the president's comments we're not really intended for voters in California, and that's for two reasons. Everyone assumes California will vote Democratic in November and here in the state pretty much across the political. Spectrum climate change and the science behind it are not in dispute by politicians or by voters. The president's message that California is itself to blame for the massive wildfire seems more directed at his supporters in other states, and by the way it's worth noting that governor newsom pointed out the federal government owns close to sixty percent of the forest land in. California. While the State owns just three percent. Katie or of K. Cutie. Thank you. We so appreciate your reporting on this. You're welcome. So, let's stay with the effects of climate change for another few minutes because there are historic fires in the West and there are an unprecedented number of hurricanes in the southeast near. That's right the four storms brewing in the Atlantic basin communities along the Gulf of Mexico right now are bracing for the impact of Hurricane Sally. It is forecast to make landfall either late today. Or maybe in the overnight hours somewhere near the Alabama Mississippi state line, we've got NPR's Debbie Elliott with us now from orange. Beach Alabama Debbie thanks for being here. What are the conditions right now? Well, we're starting to feel the outer bands of the hurricane sally is just offshore. That means you know some gusty winds waves of heavy rain that come through over and over. Already, Bay waters have been rising and of overtop some peers and flooded some roadways here in my neighborhood. I spent a little bit of time yesterday as the storm was approaching at the Public Beach in Gulf shores, Alabama, and there were a lot of people outside seeing including Mary Bell. She was on vacation from Tennessee and she she was amazed to see just how fast the water was coming. Well. The surface churning and we watched the levels rise coming closer on the beach in places where the water has gone and made its own little canal through between the condos. Now, this is repeating itself all up and down the Gulf coast a large stretch from the mouth of the Mississippi to the Florida panhandle is going to feel the effects of this very large hurricane sally. Are People, taking the threat seriously sounds like at least the government's making some restrictions. Yes. Definitely officials are all the Gulf states affected of declared states of emergency some of the low lying areas, barrier islands and the like have evacuated shelters have been opened. The National Guard is standing ready to help with search and rescue with needed and distributing emergency provisions all along the coast people have been trying. To sort of secure their property getting things in that might become projectiles with hurricane. Force winds moving boats to save harbor that type of thing here in Orange Beach yesterday owner. David Schwartz had a small crew putting up aluminum storm shutters on his restaurant doc seafood because it's just across the road from the Roiling Gulf. Of Mexico I'm not really worried about wind or anything I'm. Worried about storm surge. This water will come through here and sweetness place away like it was never here and it's just scary when you think about it. Hearing that Debbie from other people the storm surge is the biggest threat. Yeah and forecast will tell you that water is the biggest issue up to nine feet of storm surge expected. That's essentially a wall of water that can move on shore with a destructive for also flash flooding is going to be a real problem here because sally is moving so slowly. So it's just soaking the Gulf coast. It's been dumping rain on Florida for days now and forecasters say some areas could get up to two feet of rain. That is a very significant flood risk even well inland. So we're just watching to see what will happen, and of course, we just had Hurricane Marco Hurricane. Laura. These are two historic storms that came through the Gulf of Mexico last month can you just put all this into perspective for us? What kind of year suspend? It's certainly a very busy season and there are a lot of people. Eighteen thousand in Louisiana still displaced from Hurricane.

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"Hurricane Sally a powerful storm with winds of 90 miles per hour early Tuesday morning crept towards the northern Gulf coast with forecasters warning of potentially deadly storm surges flash floods and the possibility of tornadoes rain from the storms outer bands was already pummeling northwest Florida early Tuesday along with parts of Alabama Mississippi where residents Joseph blaster and Trevor clutch where you vacuum waiting as the storm surge came inland via several hours sounds already we're going to go and when I got a pop of the grandparents of their their their their town is come out there now the same is going to get better on its current track hurricanes Sally is forecast to reach land near the Alabama Mississippi state line by late Tuesday or early Wednesday with 110 mile per hour winds I'm Julie Walker

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"Hurricane Sally a powerful storm with winds of ninety miles per hour early Tuesday morning crept towards the northern Gulf coast with forecasters warning of potentially deadly storm surges flash floods and the possibility of tornadoes rain from the storms outer bands was already pummeling northwest Florida early Tuesday along with parts of Alabama Mississippi where residents Joseph blaster and Trevor clutch where you vacuum waiting as the storm surge came inland via several hours sounds already we're going to go and when I got a pop of the grandparents of their their their their town is come out there now the same is going to get better on its current track hurricanes Sally is forecast to reach land near the Alabama Mississippi state line by late Tuesday or early Wednesday with a hundred and ten mile per hour winds I'm Julie Walker

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"While outside the space station astronaut mayor says she's thrilled to be on the space walk only my colleague but also a very very cold in here so it's really are honored to be out here working today representing whatever it is but could never get whatever whatever individuals in our they replace the broken part of the station's power grid despite reports of shells and gunfire in Syria president trump says his Turkish counterpart is sure to have a ceasefire is holding the president tweets he spoke with Turkey's Recep Tayyip erdo one who told him the ceasefire agreed to yesterday has not already broken down that there was a minor sniper and mortar fire that was quickly eliminated the president also says he's just been told some European countries are now for the first time willing to take Islamic state militants who came from their nations as he's been demanding that's corresponded soccer we got it forecasters say tropical storm next door zeroing in on Florida as it moves across the Gulf of Mexico David so let's give the national hurricane center says the storm is bringing heavy winds rain and a storm surge to the Big Bend region the maximum sustained winds of the system are near sixty miles per hour with higher gusts some slight strengthening is still possible as it moves closer to the Gulf coast but in this case really the the winter necessary the big hazard probably the the biggest thing we're concerned about is storm surge that's where the services scaled back on a tropical storm warning that extend all the way to parts of Louisiana the Alabama Mississippi state line this is Tom all the com some bathroom go okay here maybe you've been hearing about really factor the one hundred percent drug free supplement that helps a person's body deal with inflammation and pain you've heard all the wonderful testimonials well I have my own testimonial for many years my lower back pain was becoming a serious problem the short story is I finally gave it a try and now I'm out of pain too so if you're in pain you can order the three week quick stop for just nineteen ninety five go to re factor dot com hi this is Dennis Prager and the Prager store has compiled every male female hours since twenty ten we've have topics in Cole's about marriage kids dating.