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"bill cairn" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

02:32 min | 3 months ago

"bill cairn" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Battle with the teachers union over getting teachers back in the classroom it is complicated but first. Let's go to bill cairns with a check on the severe weather. Slamming the northeast bill. Good morning to you emeka. New york city is well underway to seeing their biggest snowstorm in five years. Many areas of the northeast. It'd be digging for about at least a foot of snow this time tomorrow morning. So let's get to the number. Seventy five million people are under winter. Weather alerts either advisories or warnings areas in red. That's who's going to get it. The worst philadelphia northwards all through portions of new england. Here's a look at the radar. The blue is the snow. The areas of green is the rain so south of philadelphia and the jersey shore. It's been mostly rain overnight but the snow from long island new york city is now expanding all through southern new england many reports already of two to four inches on the ground so additional snowfall everywhere. You see on this map and pink is eighteen inches. Purple is twelve. Blue is at least an additional three to six inches. And here's the snowfall forecast for some of the big cities. you notice. New york city could easily see the highest totals an any big city that some of those mountain areas in the poconos and catskills. Someone will get over twenty inches of snow when this is all said and done high winds also this afternoon. This is when the peak of the storm will be around new york city to boston. It'll be about ten. Am till about six pm. So here's the timing for some of our big cities out there. It does look like philadelphia. Specially is going to see some of the heaviest snow as we go throughout late this afternoon. Whatever's left for you. It does look like the worst of snow in philadelphia will be over with by about. I'd say seven or eight pm tonight. Forty eight inches total new york city. This could be historic near blizzard conditions. This afternoon totals around twelve to sixteen inches peak gusts thirty to forty miles per hour. So that'd be quite the sight to see the later on this afternoon in new york city maybe even some lightning and thunder with some of the snow bands. That'd be pretty impressive. Here's a shot of times square reports in central park right now three inches on the ground. We could get another foot. at least. You're watching morning. Joe we'll be right back free. We're following two big stories overseas over five thousand. People were arrested across. At protests in support of jailed opposition leader alexei navalny navalny has called for protests since he was detained upon arriving in moscow last month from berlin where he was being.

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"bill cairn" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"bill cairn" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"From the bahamas on what hurricane dorian has already done to those islands with the death toll there rising significantly tonight to a new total of thirty victims and we have the latest tracking tonight about what hurricane dorian might do next as it approaches the carolinas we have our live live report in a moment from wilmington north carolina which is bracing for a possible direct hit from hurricane dorian. The mayor of wilmington will join us and we'll also get the latest from the bahamas homicide on a situation that is turning more tragic by the hour we begin with what you need to know right now about what hurricane dorian might do next and for for that we turn to meteorologist bill cairns built. What is the latest right now. We're waiting to see if we're going to get landfall overnight lawrence. That's the big dramatic thing will the highest. I wins the one hundred mph winds. Will they move on shore or stay offshore. That'll be the big determination of how much damage we have in eastern north carolina when we all wake up tomorrow morning so during the day day today the storm brushed by areas of south carolina and i brushed it left. It's mark almost three hundred thousand people without power but it didn't do a lot of significant damage with the storm surge that was one thing we were concerned about the charleston area and even savannah for that matter and that was okay and we have we can did a little bit. We're now. We're down to one hundred mile per hour. Maximum sustained winds gust could still get up there about one hundred in twenty if you're in the worst of the storm and that's the question who's going to be in the worst of the storm as we go throughout the next four hours. We're gonna parallel. The coastline that northern is very close closed areas around wilmington rights bill beach go through oslo county the camp lejeune marine base there north topsil beach and then we could possibly get that landfall here carter at county near atlantic beach morehead city the beaufort area where the cedar island ferry takes you out here towards ocracoke. That's where we're going to be watching the possibility of the highest wind and so far they mentioned it. It hasn't been that dramatic with the winds even willing to you're not that far from the center but you're wizar- only gusting fifty-five were forty-three.

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"bill cairn" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"bill cairn" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Sharpie to show what you see there this doctored map of the storm's path that occurred in otherwise serious briefing in the oval office. The president is focused here on petty had you cover up on basically massaging his own ego and all of this is a split screen contrast for the two thousand nineteen air that you see right here donald trump state of mind obsessed with his own alabama err on twitter as america and other parts of the caribbean deal with this very you still serious store. That is a portrait. We want to turn now to the right side of the screen to the factual side n._b._c. Meteorologist bill cairns guides this to so many of these situations sir. What do we know well. We know that we're about to see the impacts of a hurricane. We haven't had hurricane conditioned anywhere on land since the storm left of a hamas as we have tropical storm conditions florida georgia south carolina but we haven't had hurricane conditions. There's a big difference. That's when you get the damage. That's when the trees down a lot of power outages they've had scattered stuff up to this this point but now we're starting to see the center of the storm the eye we're all the powerful winds are approaching areas right around wright's fill the wilmington area. That's what we're gonna be watching. The evening wind hundred learned ten miles per hour. That's nothing to sneeze at is still a good strong category. Two hurricane only a little bit higher and it's still a category three major so the problem. We've had all day long these outer outer bands. This has been producing numerous tornadoes visit a tornado watch. It's an eastern north carolina. Who've had eleven tornadoes significant damage done to a bunch of structures haven't heard heard of any injuries or fatalities thankfully.

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"bill cairn" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"bill cairn" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Back. Oh we've got a lot more in the show as i was mentioning when we came on the air tonight including including neil cacho coming up but as promised we have a brief update on the story that of course has consumed so many this destruction wrought by hurricane dorian new aerial footage. What is you're looking at. Here are the avocado islands in the bahamas showing all of the problems the water canvassing the entire island. The storm was hovering over the bahamas for about two days. Five live dead. This is a category two at this point in time it's nearing the southeastern coast of florida before we move on to other topics in the show as promised an update from meteorologist meteorologist bill cairns with n._b._c. news bill. We're watching the storm closely. It's still right on about eighty miles off the east coast of florida the heaviest bands now rotating in closer to the coast and this'll be the peak of the storm for areas from volusia county southwards the indian river the palm bay area fort pierce jupiter again windy conditions almost like a tropical storm was right on top you even though the hurricane is off the coast as far as the wind speeds go read one hundred ten miles per hour to category two but if it goes up just a tiny bit more it would be a category three if it's still a very powerful the storm is just you know the perspective that was one time one hundred and eighty five makes it seem that much weaker but this could do a lot of damage it was to move on shore up here in the carolinas and that is the the potential and that's the next question hurricane center has it off dako- safely of georgia and offer florida but that conan still includes charleston georgetown myrtle beach wilmington rightful beach areas up here they're emerald atlantic beach morehead city all of the album or a pinnacle sound region and then heading offshore as we go throughout the day on friday and one of the things that we're going to be watching to is how close does it get to areas like say nova scotia could have a direct impact and also we still have any a target close to the storm but that forecast has actually improved and and one of the things we watch our is our computer model. One of the more accurate ones is our european computer model in the new update just out this afternoon. There's that heavy rain on the florida coast as we go throughout the day tomorrow. Watch the center near savannah and here's charleston. It gets up to this point as we get through wednesday night thursday morning. We're like wow. This is getting close to.

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"bill cairn" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"bill cairn" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Iranian ships tried to intercept British edged tanker in the Persian Gulf. We'll talk to a member of the House Armed Services Committee about that but first. Let's go to Bill Cairns with a check on the severe weather headed toward the Gulf Coast Bill O. Good Morning Jimmy go all eyes are on New Orleans Louisiana. That's WHO's GonNa get hit the worst and yesterday it was bad enough. The appetizer of the storm dropped six to ten inches of rainfall and overwhelmed the pump system in New Orleans widespread flooding was reported a lot of that has been cleared out now with the pump system but additional rain an additional flooding is expected in the city so let's get to the storm. It's still a disturbance. It is not yet a depression that should happen later today. The Hurricane Center then thinks you should become a tropical storm in about twenty four hours in about forty eight hours from now become a category one hurricane became just south of southern Louisiana notice that we've taken Houston out of this. It's mostly Louisiana problem and a rainfall problem in areas of Mississippi and here's my greatest concern. Here's the storm surge forget you don't need a powerful hurricane to cause problems with rainfall and would search notice the winds. This is one o'clock Saturday right up the mouth of the Mississippi River. That's what we're most concerned with. The New Orleans area to forecast here has it at twenty feet the levees a lot of the levees are at twenty feet in New Orleans that would mean the possibility of overtopping shopping at this point. We think the levy system should hold up. It shouldn't break like it didn't Katrina but overtopping. If it overwhelms the pumps we could see additional flooding so we'll find out what's going to happen with the storm and the next two days we will give you more updates as the storm begins to strengthen and possibly becomes <unk> Hurricane Berry Hi. It's Katy Tur WanNa keep up with M._S._N._B._C. While you're on the go subscribe to the M._S._N._B._C. daily newsletter. You'll get the best of what you've missed. During this unprecedented era of news text M._S._N._B._C. Two six six eight six six to subscribe Katty Kay you're in London. I'm curious what the reaction is to the United States pressuring the British government to get rid of their ambassador making step down and also.

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"bill cairn" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"bill cairn" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"I just have to ask as we as we look at this entire conversation we just had how possible is it that this is just a miserable the job done by Alex Acosta but he was just bad at his job. How possible is it that just Jeffrey Epstein raped young girls in this grand scheme? How possible is it that this wasn't some scheme that that involved a lot of powerful men who wanted to cover for themselves and had some sort of deal going with Alex Acosta and that is why I wonder how there could be no legal ramifications for those in charge here for for those who are in charge of protecting the victims and instead covered up for Jeffrey Epstein but you gotTa be kidding me that we're just talking about Jeffrey Epstein here? Does anyone disagree well first of all. That's why I one of the reasons why southern districts investigation of New York's investigation into these charges is going to be so important because we're going to find out there have been people who have accused others and the Miami Herald has reported that we know that Jeffrey Epstein had power that could scare off prosecutors perhaps because of money powerful lawyers because of money but also so you have to go back to this time period and see that he was closely connected with Donald Trump as we said he and trump would have parties by themselves at Moral Lago show whole place partner is themselves themselves and bringing girls for themselves. If you don't think that didn't get around Palm Beach everybody knew that he was connected with trump who was one of the most powerful forces in Palm Beach at the time throwing around money and then of course when you go to the state of New York you have recently retired the fortieth president the forty second president of the United States Bill Clinton who flew around with him regularly you also of course very powerful lawyers like Alan Dershowitz were connected with with Jeffrey Epstein Dershowitz was quoted saying that if you were in New York City you had to know Donald Trump Tom and Jeffrey Epstein and hang out with them because they were the epicenter of power that those were Dershowitz his words so with that as a backdrop you gotta ask the question was about money wasn't about the powerful lawyers or was it about the powerful people that Jeffrey Epstein always surrounded himself with need anyhow or no but we will find out I think after this investigation unfolds exactly who was with him on his island in his Manhattan townhouse while some very bad things were going on. Oh in weight Aleksei Kosta gets job as labor secretary interesting Elliot Williams. Thank you very much still ahead on morning. Joe Nancy Pelosi takes on the squad tensions are flaring between the House Speaker and four Progressive Freshman Democrats despite a new call for unity plus new reporting that Iranian ships tried to intercept British edged tanker in the Persian Gulf. We'll talk to a member of the House Armed Services Committee about that but first. Let's go to Bill Cairns.

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"bill cairn" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"bill cairn" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"And believe conspiracy theories conspiracy theories that are fanned by the president and his supporters, and you take whether you're talking about pizza gate talk about the madness that is spread around on the internet. And then you have the president United States instead of tapping down these conspiracy theories, actually, stirring them up stirring up using Stalinist phrases like enemies of the people that only tyrants have used in the past Nova Marican president has ever used it. And as I've been saying for well over a year. Now, it's a phrase that actually the Soviet Union outlawed after the death of Joseph Stalin because it was used to destroy human beings. So you have a president who churns up the conspiracy theories churns up hatred of the press who spits out phrases like enemies of the people, and he sits there, and again, something like this happens not a word not a single word on Twitter. Not a response to yesterday morning's warning from the New York Times. And that's what the game the timing of all this is just so obvious. We should be shocked that we are not more shocked that the publisher of the New York Times tells the president ended states, you know, you keep. Calling the press enemies of the people. And you're going to get somebody hurt you're going to get somebody killed. He writes that in the morning and the afternoon we have this conspiracy to actually kill. Top democratic lawmakers who opposed Donald Trump and journalists who dared to report the truth about Donald Trump from the president. This is this is pretty simple, and it's all on the president shoulders. It's all the president's fault. And he sits there with his mouth shut for once in his life. Doesn't say anything doesn't tweet anything, which of course, makes it even more on him. Still to come on morning, Joe as Bob Muller. Winds down will President Trump ramp up the lettuce reporting that says the special counsel probe is almost over plus the actor who claim to be a victim of hate crimes. Cried about it on television. Cried about it on television as worst acting. I thought I've ever seen. But maybe it is now facing charges himself. Did you see the two people that he allegedly hired buying masks together on surveillance for about thirty minutes, it the campground show we will talk about this new developments. But I Bill Cairn's.

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"bill cairn" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"bill cairn" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"But of course, the biggest thing of all is this hurricane at the storms height, wind gusts of up to one hundred and seventy five miles per hour. That's the force of an e four, four NATO that makes it the fourth strongest hurricane on record to make landfall in the US ever. The storm made landfall this afternoon in the town of Mexico beach in Florida, these shards of wood, and this debris that you see is all that's left of at least one house in Mexico Beach, Florida. After hurricane, Michael came ashore in nearby Panama City. The storms wins acted like sand blaster, tearing the roofs off buildings, tearing buildings down after the storm pass, but it looked like sleek and see a lot of trees just snapped in half mid height. They're usually once the storm makes landfall at fizzles pretty quickly. Land is basically kryptonite to hurricanes weakens them quickly under normal circumstances. But this one, this one instead of falling apart when it hit land. Michael actually still picked up a little speed at landfall. It seemed for hours after landfall at least it seemed to hold on and hold together and tonight the dangerous still there joining us now is NBC news, meteorologist Bill Cairns who is tracking this hurricanes progression over the course of today. Bill. We know that it's obviously decreased in strength by now, but. This has been a remarkable trajectory today and a big swath of destruction. We are almost eight hours after landfall and we're still dealing with a hurricane in central Georgia. We still have trees that are falling on houses cars, power lines through central Georgia, and people are sitting in their homes, hearing the whistling of the winds and grabbing their kids and their dogs and heading into safe rooms. I mean, that's just the fact that we're going to go through it is weakening. It's down to a category one, but we still have wind up to seventy miles per hour heavily forested areas and just a ton of trees. I mean, that's the pictures you're just gonna see endlessly is all the trees that are down throughout the region. So here's the latest from.

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"bill cairn" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"bill cairn" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Good morning and welcome to morning Joe on an extremely busy, Wednesday, October tenth. We're following a number of fast paced developing stories this morning, chilling new reporting from the Washington Post and the New York Times on the disappearance of Washington Post columnist, Jamal kashogi. We'll talk to the Washington Post David Ignatius about that and get the very latest. We'll also ask him about the political and foreign policy implications of the sudden resignation of UN ambassador. Nikki Haley plus the audience at President Trump's rally last night again, breaks out in a locker up chant this time for someone other than Hillary Clinton, and Steve Kornacki will be here to make sense of a slew of new polling out this morning. But first we are just hours away from hurricane, Michael, making landfall, and the Florida panhandle bringing with it life threatening storm surge as high as thirteen feet in some areas, the storm strengthened into an extremely dangerous. This category for overnight. The national weather service is calling this an unprecedented event. Noting that no category four storm on record has ever made landfall along Florida's panhandle. Let's get right to Bill Cairns with check on the timing of all this bell mega continues to get worse still strengthening at the hour. We only have ten eleven hours ago to landfall. We're gonna see areas of the Florida panhandle uninhabitable for days weeks, possibly in Panama City and Panama City beach are right in the crosshairs that's fifty thousand residents that call that home. They're all back, it'd they're all out of there, but they're not sure what they're going to have to go back home to. So let's get.

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"bill cairn" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"bill cairn" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Still ahead we'll play for your and tells us about the victory of the Muller probe plus Florence downgraded to a tropical storm, but still poses threat of catastrophic flooding continues to dump rain on the affected area. Bill Cairns has the latest next. At least five people have died in what is now tropical storm Florence, which continues to batter the Carolina tonight. Wind gusts reaching over one hundred miles per hour today as Florence crawls along at just three miles per hour, which means dumping more than twenty inches of rain already in some regions up to forty inches protected and other areas. High tide will hit in the next few hours tonight as storm surge and flooding remain major concerns and b. c. news meteorologist Bill cairn joins me now from the latest on tropical storm foreign Bill, how are things looking? We're halfway through the Maratha. Isn't that sad? Only halfway through this, this ridiculous. We're through the part where the winds are going to do a lot of the damage we're through about seventy five eighty percent of the part where the storm surge is going to do damage. And now we're just going to watch the rain in the rivers through about Wednesday of next week. Some of these are going to crush Wednesday next week. It's like five, six days from now. So here's the storm walking itself across the border from North Carolina into south. Carolina and the poor people up here in Carteret county and the craving county. Of course, Newburn was the story last night with all the water rescues people stuck on the roof waiting for rescue, but this feeder band has been over them for like twenty four straight hours. They can't believe how much rain is falling. They're under a flash flood emergency. We've had reports of almost twenty four inches of rain already, and it is still pouring. So for that reason, the map here shown in red is where we have flood warnings. We have flood emergencies in place, and that's almost the entire eastern half of North Carolina, and we'll wash those rivers coming up. Now. We don't care too much more about the winds that are doing any more damage, but the path of the storm at least is going to start to move to the west a little bit. And then we're gonna bring flooding threats areas. They Columbia Florence and also towards Charlotte, North Carolina in the days ahead. So then by the time we get into the mountains, that's not till Sunday. We could have problems with flooding even as far north as the mountains of Virginia, and then we'll bring a little bit of rain through the northeast Monday. Tuesday knew what mountains do when you get heavy rain. That's a bad recipe anytime, but that won't be until we get to Sunday and Monday, Chris, here's the. Timing. This is what it's in a look like on radar. This is as we go through Saturday morning. Notice Wilmington still raining Saturday morning, then the storm moves towards Columbia. Yeah, Wilmington still raining nine pm Saturday night. Then as we go through into Sunday morning, still band of rain over the top of Wilmington. That's why one of our computers saying we could get an additional thirty inches of rain in Wilmington. That's insane Lee. Hi..

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"bill cairn" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"bill cairn" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"At this. I mean it's getting to the point overnight right now that even if you call nine one one in certain areas, the rescuers are going to tell you, sorry, you have to wait until daybreak when things calm down. It's just we're getting to that point of the storm. That peak damage is going to be from now until about, I'd say sunset tomorrow. Wow, NBC news meteorologist Bill Cairns, busy man tonight, Bill. Thank you very much. Wilmington. North Carolina is a port city. It's along the Cape fear river. It's a city of one hundred and twenty thousand people to beautiful spot. And tonight Wilmington is bracing as hurricane Florence barrels its way ashore. As of this past hour, the storms about seventy five miles away. It's expected to make landfall overnight. Right now, the storm's outer bands are starting to hit Wilmington. Joining us now is Bill Sappho. He is the mayor of Wilmington, North Carolina mayor, Sappho, thank you for making time to talk to us tonight. How how are you doing? How's your. Doing right now. Right now we're just bracing for this hurricane. It's coming in. We starting to feel the bands right now and it is. It's getting really windy. We expect in a a lot of rain with this system anywhere from twenty four to forty inch of rain that are gonna fall. And with that, we'll all of our loan liners are barrier islands, Agassi significant flooding. A lot of the residents in this area of heeded. The advice of the emergency management folks have vacated the area, but we're in for a for pretty good storm. And it is moving very, very slow. This storm is going to be upon us for at least forty eight hours. Esther mayor, your city is about one hundred twenty thousand people. It's beautiful part of the state part of the country. I know there have been evacuation orders recommendations. How many people would you say are left in your city planning to ride this out? I believe Rachel, there's about a third of the population that has vacated the city has gone west going up to the Raleigh Durham area and waiting for this storm to subside. Before they come back in our concern is with the amount of flooding that we're going to have. A lot of those folks are going to try to get back into the areas quickly as possible to check on their houses to get back home and we're gonna have a lot of inland flooding with this storm. In fact, we saw it with Matthew about two years ago, and it's going to take some time for these rivers and creeks to come down. And in fact, the Cape fear river is due to Chris Tuesday at about twenty five feet. So we're gonna have a lot of water coming down the Cape fear river right here right here in downtown Wilmington. So we've got a ways to go and you know the, the citizens of heat of the advice of the of the emergency management folks have done a good job with hunkering down. And now it's just a matter of us just riding the storm out and hopefully the damage will be minimal, but we're expecting the worst since the way that you're describing. And while we're just hearing from Bill Cairns in terms of speed of this thing feels like this isn't the sort of disaster you can sorta brace through and you can't just hold your breath until it's done because it's going to take so long as you mentioned twenty four to forty inches of rain, Cape fear river, not expected expected to crest until Tuesday. Are you worried about your resource. Purses your first responders, your disaster response, your rescuers being stretched thin because this is going to take so long to resolve..

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"bill cairn" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"bill cairn" Discussed on WTVN

"I'm ABC six meteorologist Phil Kelly. We'll see a mix of sun and clouds today getting warmer. We'll see a high of eighty four few clouds tonight. Still mild sixty seven lots of sunshine, injure workweek Fridays. High eighty-five weather powered by the basement doctor right now, we're looking at sixty six at Ohio State at sixty seven at your severe weather station. Newsradio six ten WTVN. The outer bands of Hurricane Flora to now brushing up against the Carolina coast NBC meteorologist Bill Cairns tells us things from here. You're only going to get worse. Hurricane force winds. Come onshore five PM this evening the right over the coast by about midnight. And then tomorrow morning there over the top of Wilmington National Hurricane Center. Puts the eye of the storm about two hundred miles east southeast of Wilmington, North Carolina and moving north westward packing. Winds of one hundred ten miles an hour on destructive storm surge will accompany the eye of the hurricane and coastal flooding. They say may persist through a number of high tides into the weekend at elite team of highly central. Ohio firefighters has headed North Carolina to offer assistance with hurricane members of the upper Siona regional water rescue team left Columbus for Raleigh North Carolina yesterday that groups made up of firefighters from six local agencies, and what's they arrived? They'll be deployed across the region to help water rescues where Florence is expected. The teams expected to return to Columbus before the weekend and a central Ohio among storm chasers in the hurricanes. Rigsby drove to Wilmington North Carolina from his home in Marysville. Going to actually be writing out this hurricane just across the street. There is a four story parking garage that I plan to ride this out in and it looks like storm surges gonna put quite a pounding on this area that I'm located in Rigsby rode out hurricane Harvey in Texas last year, he had problems then with a gasoline shortage Rigsby says he's been in Wilmington since Monday and has twenty gallons of extra fuel with him. Rigsby tells ABC six we'll be capturing as much of hurricane Florence power and fury as he can.

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"bill cairn" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"bill cairn" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Getting closer to the southeastern coast. The storm has been downgraded now to a category. Two but thirties worn, it's still extremely dangerous. Federal ficials say Florence could hit parts of the Carolina coast with hurricane conditions for twenty four hours or more bring up to forty inches of rain. Into some areas. Bill Cairns is back with us. Now, what does it track look like? Bill Willie overnight. We didn't see much change in intensity in the track. Didn't change much either. So we're pretty much locked in. Now. We're only about twenty four hours away from when we could get a landfall hurricane force winds could move in later on this afternoon. You could clearly see the, I now on the radar and you could see these bands of rain or now approaching the Outer Banks, and we just had a tornado watch that tissue from now until nine pm, fourteen hours. You're going to be in a tornado, watch here in eastern North Carolina and tornadoes weak. Tornadoes Kenneth, curb with these tropical storm, especially during the daylight hours as we get these bands coming in. So here's the latest forecast into Hurricane Center. This is the five AM advisory. The next adviser comes in at eleven AM. They have the storm coming towards the coast at about five AM in the morning. Maybe with the I going right over the top of Wilmington that puts the worst storm surge, and also the highest waves and win to the north of the center. That's right along the beaches here of Oslo county up towards corridor right county that who could get hit the hardest with that storm surge window already at tropical storm at the. Louise they'll pick up dramatically inland as we go throughout the day today. And as I mentioned, the hurricane force winds come on shore five PM this evening, the right over the coast by about midnight. And then tomorrow morning there over the top of Wilmington. And as far as the other concerns go media, one of the worst things will be the storm surge up to thirteen feet as we go throughout the seeming and tomorrow I just saw one forecast for Bentiu, Beaufort area, the morehead city that's located right in here. They're predicting this storm surge tonight at midnight to be the highest on record worse than Hazel back in one thousand nine hundred fifty four..

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"bill cairn" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"bill cairn" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Let's get right over to Bill Cairns with a look at the track. So Bill, we hear downgraded to a category two, but you're not letting your guard down that only describes the wins, and it only describes the peak winds. It doesn't even describe willy how far the woods. Extend from the center with this is a huge storm. It's a big storm. It's able to push more water and water is going to be the huge issue with this storm. Maybe we have less extreme wind damage, but the water damage is going to be historic anyway, so it doesn't really matter. The damage is going to be done. So here comes, there is the outer bands years, all the rain bands. Here's the eye of the storm, and here's the North Carolina coast. So it's going to be closing in on your during the day today. And then at sunset tonight is when I think the hurricane-force winds will be and they'll be with you about twenty four hours this time tomorrow morning. I think the I could be right over the top of Wilmington, North Carolina. Here's the latest forecast path and the Hurricane Center. This is two pm this afternoon. They have it as a strong category. Two, it may go up to a low end category. Three doesn't matter much. It's going to do the same amount of wit surge day damage. It's going to the same amount of rainfall damage the wind damage, five miles per hour one way or the other doesn't make much of a difference. So here's the path and I did a little line here. That's one hundred and sixty miles in thirty six hours. That average is four miles per hour. You and I walk about three to four miles per hour. That's how painfully slow. Oh, this storm is going to move over southeast portions North Carolina. That means extreme rain. As we go throughout areas of the southeast, then the biggest problem. The reason why I'm not focusing on the wind wind in this is the causes of deaths from Atlantic cyclones from the National Hurricane Center. Only eight percent of fatalities are caused by the wind. That's mostly trees falling on people or cars or on their residents, twenty-seven percent of fatalities from the rainfall, fifty percent or from the storm surge. So seventy five percent of deaths or from water with hurricanes. That's why our storm surge is one of our biggest concerns and we're still even though the storm is a little weaker with imacs winds, the storm surge has not changed still looking at nine, the thirteen fee. We'll be worried about the high tide cycles. And how about this for a rainfall prediction from our European model overnight thirty inches of rain in Wilmington Mika..

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"bill cairn" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"bill cairn" Discussed on WTVN

"Three Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield eight of. Twelve passing for seventy six yards and one interception ended. The game, in the first quarter. After Toronto Taylor injured his hand Mayfield says he needed to play better with his opportunity with the ones getting out there with the ones that. There's something I need to do Taylor returned later on in the half Mayfield left the game in the fourth quarter. To be checked for a concussion. He did not return other action this weekend Steelers take on the titans in Pittsburgh tomorrow at four angles had. Buffalo on Sunday afternoon in baseball the Red Sox trashed the Indian seven and nothing rookie pitcher Adam put, gave five earned in five innings David price shut. Out the Indians through eight innings tribe had to Kansas City tonight versus the, royals at eight fifteen every field the cubs all over the, red seven to one cubs pitcher Cole hamels, struck out seventy nine full innings reds and cubs back in action, today at two twenty in Indianapolis the clippers. Folded the Indians eight to six both teams tied atop the standings and engulf the First leg of the FedEx Cup playoff there's a, four way tight the top of the Northern Trust open Szanto hair shares. The lead at five under after one round Tiger Woods. Even heading, into Friday he's tied. For sixtieth place from the central Ohio Honda dealers sports desk Eric Reaser NewsRadio six ten WTVN seven forty nine right now minute away we'll update. Traffic and weather to the newsroom I Ken Stevens joins us and we know hurricane lane is now a category three. But this thing is still a. Big one indication scenes the problem Joel is it's just not moving a whole lot in flooding and landslides even. Our blocking roads it is moving closer to Hawaiian dumping rain on parts of the big island here's NBC, meteorologist Bill Cairns I've seen two stations reporting twenty. Six inches of rain already with the storm and a couple of spots additional, to that over twenty inches already a couple of spots over, two feet of rain so there's significant flooding, going on here storms also forcing airlines to start canceling flights so, your head out of port Columbus might wanna. Check that to congress police investigating a death of A woman at the hands. Of a police officer happened in the hilltop rather Franklin neighborhood get you an update on, that. Joel at eight Tillerson for. You right now seven fifty here's traffic and weather we update every ten minutes on the tens from TempStar heating, and cooling products on. An accident scene players Worthington that has been moved to the side of, the, road there's activity,.

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"bill cairn" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"bill cairn" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"What is a fear how walked out in in i was just like streaming i see somebody we they tried to put us on the air mattress it didn't work they had to put the babies on air matches if people were carrying babies on your shoulders houston underwater in the wake of hurricane harvey torrential rain has caused catastrophic and widespread flooding across the nation's fourth largest city rescue teams have been working around the clock responding to what the national weather service has called an unprecedented move it and it's not over yet bill cairns as a very latest and we are going to be going day live on the ground with him there were rescuers are still going around trying to find people the president by most accounts has been on top of his first major domestic crisis despite a few curious topic tweets yesterday joe is facing increasing sustained criticism for what he did on fridays hurricane was barreling down on the texas coast he tossed out three pieces of thick red meat for his base to devour he directed the pentagon to extend a ban on trans gender chew coupes joining the miltary he reportedly is looking to end protections for people brought to the us illegally as children and he made good on his foreshadowed pardon of controversial sheriff joe arpaio the ladder trying open and direct criticism from speaker paul ryan also over the weekend that's the president focused on responding to his first major domestic crisis he took on some notable friendly fire from within his own cabinet some incredible comments by brothers defense secretary james mattis.

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"bill cairn" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"bill cairn" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"City of houston america's fourth largest city and residents in the area are being urged to stay in doors rv is now essentially a rain event with amounts to be measured in feet not inches in our meteorologist bill cairns is calling it one of the worst flood disasters we have ever seen in the houston area the worst damage so far is and rockport texas which took a direct hit when harvey came ashore with wins at one hundred twenty five miles per hour and we see nightly news anchor lester holt is standing by for us in corpus christi texas a lester work i we're them eddo it's hard for people to believe we're in the middle of this even though you're not in wins in ranged how bad is it now and how much worse did they think it's going to get where corpus christi it was pretty quiet night in they are beginning to give power on and you can see it's rather com there are still rain bands coming through and they expect a lot of rain here over the next several days but about a half hour forty minutes of that direction with rockport that's where we spent much of our day yesterday it received serious damage power lines down there were some buildings that had collapsed and there was flooding we drove her away in there with literally effort coming out with a different story though there were flooded passages there were you begin to move your vehicle and there's no stopping now you're not sure whether you will get through flooding is amazingly uh deceptive there were huge rain bands that would come through and suddenly the street before you would be flooded i think that's what folks right now in houston are dealing with is how much more will there be can i drive through and that's why they're telling people have you can to shelter into place there but the hurricane is one thing you can feel the wind you can see the trees whipping around you can see things flying at you you recognize the danger but flooding is amazing the rain will come and suddenly.

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