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"bill karen" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:43 min | 8 months ago

"bill karen" Discussed on 710 WOR

"On Wall Street stocks were mixed into close yesterday, the Dow added. 37 points to close it 28,032, but the NASDAQ was down 140 the S and P down 16 this morning. The futures are sharply lower. The Dow futures down 260 points NASDAQ Down 113 and the SNP futures are down 36. All the European markets are sharply lower in the early trading as well. President Trump is pushing for a larger Corona relief bill. Let's get more on that from correspondent Karen Travers, the president not telling about direct payments to amid ongoing talks on Capitol Hill about another round of federal money for Corona virus relief. President Trump on Twitter is calling Democrats quote, heartless and accusing them of not wanting to give direct payments to Americans. Senate Republicans last week put forward a $300 billion Cove it bill, but it did not include stimulus checks in the same tweet. The president appears to take the side of Democrats over Republicans by suggesting lawmakers from his own party should quote Go for the much higher numbers in terms of the overall price tag on a relief bill Karen Travers, ABC News Washington to people have pleaded guilty in separate race horse doping conspiracies correspondent Aaron Carter. Several prosecutors here in New York said Scott Robinson conspired to make cell and ship millions of dollars worth of adulterated and miss branded drugs for racehorses among the more blood builders to stimulate a horse's endurance and drugs to dead in the horse's nerves and block pain. Prosecutors said they were manufactured an unregistered facilities and carried significant risks to the animals. In a separate conspiracy, Sarah Izaki transported and sold a blood builders smuggled into the country from Mexico. They each face five years in prison, and prosecutors said they were part of the supply side of a market of greed. Aaron Carter Ski ABC NEWS New York. Well, the biggest names in music.

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"bill karen" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

04:27 min | 9 months ago

"bill karen" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"The Texas Louisiana border though. It looks like a more easterly track. Then predictions earlier today, it is a monster. It's a massive category, four storm winds of one fifty at the core all day forecasters have been warning of catastrophic damage from an unsurvivable storm surge a word. We don't hear often in weather forecasting, but it could reach up to forty miles inland our meteorologist bill Karen's with us to talk about the newest advisory from the National Hurricane Center at the top of the hour. Hey Bill. Brian. The storm is now moving on shore We're watching the northern I only about twenty miles off the coast right now we have numerous a band are moving onshore with tornado warnings to storm surges coming up. So all the ingredients that you'd expect with a category for major hurricane that almost made it to a category five is about to happen. So the power outages will begin as those strong winds move inland and it's going to be very difficult night for anyone that stayed behind in southwest. Louisiana. So here's the update in the Hurricane Center hundred and fifty mph winds. It looks like it's it's still warm water, but only for another two to three hours before. Landfall. So it doesn't look like it's going to make it to a category five but wow, what a show put on in the last twenty, four hours, rapid intensification. One of the strongest we've ever seen in the Gulf of Mexico. So we bring it on shore landfall expected about three hours from now and look at this even tomorrow morning at seven, a m, a hundred and ten mph winds all the way parallel between Lufkin and Alexandria ran along the Texas Louisiana border. We are going to see power outages and tree damage that will be in the extreme category as far as a hundred miles inland. So this isn't just a problem for you know the Lake Charles area. Far Inland even towards Shreveport we tomorrow evening, we could have significant power edges from the storm and then the hurricane center does finally, we can it to about sixty miles per hour over little rock, and then the wind damage portion will be done. We'll have to deal with some flooding as far as rainfall but the biggest thing in the life threatening portion of the storm is beginning in that with the storm surge, you notice anywhere to the right. Of the landfall. So we're talking that pink section in there. That's where it's extreme. It's very rare to get a twenty foot potential storm surge. The worst on record was Katrina that had twenty eight foot storm surge Camille was in the Twenties Ike was in the twentieth of Rita was around fifteen about eighteen. This storm has potential to be up there on the list of those historic all time storms and when this is all finished and said and done. This could easily be a multibillion dollar weather disaster if from Louisiana northwards and potentially through some sections of Arkansas, and you can see where that the position areas of the landfall right over the top of Cameron parish. Lake Charles by the way. Is Those, and then is fed by a river that goes to a lake. It goes to the Gulf, the waters and go all the way up through that changed, and we're expecting this storm surge tomorrow morning to be fifteen foot in Lake Charles their record is thirteen feet in the city half of it floods at thirteen feet you get the idea. Of just how dire the predictions relate Charles, here's the current wind gusts notice Lake Charles now with Augusta fifty, five miles per hour. So we're really starting to get sporty when you start to get the wind gusts in the fifty to sixty mph. That's when we start getting the power outages. This is northern I in that when it moves on shore that's going. To be like the equivalent of like an ETF, two tornado with winds of one, hundred, thirty miles per hour Bryan. Shortly, we'll have what we call an extreme wind warning issued for this. I would it moves onshore something new they started doing in the last couple of years. It's the equivalent of they know there's a huge tornado on the ground and that's GonNa. Make a thirty mile swath inland progress all through lake. Charles in into areas of southwest Louisiana. So our thoughts and prayers with everyone as they ride out the storm hopefully, a lot of people evacuated and yeah and they're probably nervous about what they're going to go home and see and if if it's a typical category for it's not going to be pretty. and Bill using time I. Don't have. I. Have to ask you about one tiny community in particular Holly Beach just to the south of. Mud. Lake. I have visited there. It is beautiful. It's lightheartedly called the Cajun Riviera it was wiped off the Earth after.

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"bill karen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:40 min | 10 months ago

"bill karen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"And focus. 100% on driving. Put the phone away when you're behind the wheel, Be safe Drive smart. Your Weather channel forecast for this Friday Partly cloudy with a high of 97 rain this weekend with the heaviest south of San Antonio is Tropical Storm Hanna comes to shore mostly clear 83 at 8 30 on NewsRadio 1200 W II. Our top story, the National Weather Service reports. Tropical Storm Hanna is on its way to the Texas Gulf Coast. Tropical Depression eight strengthened into a tropical storm overnight in the western Gulf of Mexico. NBC meteorologist Bill Karen says the storm continues to intensify. By the time it makes landfall Saturday near well, one or two PM near Corpus Christi, So you know it's bordering on getting into the very serious case and even tropical storms can be deadly. With the rainfall in the flash flooding. A tropical storm warning is in effect all along the coast from south of Galveston, to well south of Corpus Christi stretching from San Louise passed to Port Mansfield. Tropical storm watches underway from high island to sand Louise passed. Hannah will make landfall tomorrow. Hannah is the earliest H storm in history. And while it's not expected to be that bad, everyone is still getting ready right now. Forecasters have the storm hitting the coast on Saturday. Whenever there is the worry of flooding. San Antonio has acted as a shelter for evacuees. Joe Harrington, with the city's emergency operations centre, says the plan is to help both healthy and sick. If this storm gets bad evacuees before they're loaded onto buses will be screened for Cove it there. B P P provided for those folks masks and and the drivers of the buses will be in full PT. He says They plan on setting up a normal shelter this weekend for those positive.

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Eye Opener: Deadly tornado outbreak sweeps across South

Orlando's Morning News

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Eye Opener: Deadly tornado outbreak sweeps across South

"The radar showing no rain right now but we got a strong storm system that is heading our way with rain and gusty wind this is the same storm system which responded deadly outbreak of severe weather in other parts of the U. S. Joe here's meteorologist bill Karen's head even this morning at this hour we still have a couple storms in southern portions of the panhandle region of Florida that we have tornado warnings on so we're not quite done yet Louisiana tornado also resulting in the death of a woman trapped in our mobile home as the storm hit and in Mississippi tornados destroying this church leaving nothing but scattered debris in Alabama authorities on the scene this storm damage their leading to two deaths and multiple injuries so what will the front bring us that same front headed our way for later today so we'll see some rain and storms even an isolated risk of severe storms we'll keep an eye on a low and risk of a tornado but even more so we'll see some of the strong gusty winds as some of the storms moved by in the possibility of some

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Deadly winter storm hitting millions of Americans

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Deadly winter storm hitting millions of Americans

"News a powerful winter storm hitting the east coast today the system is already done some damage over the weekend our storm hit the middle of the country and unfortunate was deadly we had numerous after fatal accidents we had one scene in Missouri where two cars and an accent the people got out of the vehicles in another car slid into them killing three at NBC meteorologist bill Karen's National Weather Service says the storm could make life miserable for tens of millions of people across sixteen

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Texas, Louisiana see flash flood watches as Tropical Depression Imelda moves inland

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Texas, Louisiana see flash flood watches as Tropical Depression Imelda moves inland

"Job flash flood watch is in effect in southeast Texas in southwest Louisiana as tropical depression Imelda continues moving north we have a moderate risk of a flash flood event here not just for today with this even goes into Thursday throughout the same region Houston Port Arthur and even into Friday NBC meteorologist bill Karen says the storm is expected to drop anywhere from six to twelve inches on much of

"bill karen" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"bill karen" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Hurricane dorian is calling up the carolinas. Donald trump is defending his gaffe. Bill karen will give us the fact something people need on the weather tonight as well as a lot of other stories including donald trump rating money from puerto rico and military dare daycare centers to try to get money for the wall which he said famously mexico would be funding and it can convert roger stone will testify at that trial which of course grew out of the miller probe. We have that tonight as well so all of those stories including in a few minutes more on the politics but we begin in right now looking at these live pictures of this storm making its way up the east coast is we can slightly to a technical category two hurricane but heavy winds are walloping coastal communities preparing for storm surge and contending with potential tornadoes at least three people in the united states have died just in the midst of preparing for this storm. The bahamas struggle to recover from that devastation. That's been reported all week. Twenty people there now dead but in the midst of all of this and this this is serious stuff as hundreds of thousands of americans already are dealing in situations where they're scared where they're worried. They don't have power where there are life threatening conditions. We were told rolled by our own u._s. Government it is fitting perhaps for twenty nineteen to see what the president is focused on continuing to double down and defend false and phony claims that he originally made a mistake which by the way anyone could have made and corrected when he wrongly said alabama was in the storm's path. They're six more tweets about this today. This comes of course after donald trump punked himself. There's really no other way to describe it when he used a apparently used a black 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.

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"bill karen" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"bill karen" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Is set to appear before congress later this month and president trump just announced some counter programming for his base will explain that but first bill karen's has a look at the fourth of july forecast hey bill good morning to willie getaway day for a lot of people that call this the busiest day on the roseanne daddy airport in florida we hit another record all time high in miami ninety eight it'll be very hot from gainesville the jacksonville heat indices feel like a hundred and five hundred ten even by florida standards that's very hot we have a little bit of wet weather overnight and they ohio valley it's kind of dying off a little bit will see new storms popping up this afternoon here's today's forecast with a getaway day showers and storms along the gulf coast as you'd expect the afternoon and evening even dc could see a stray afternoon shower thunderstorm in the northeast looks fine chicago you're looking pretty good today at eighty seven but saint louis and kansas city slight chance of storms here's your fourth of july forecast new york city about eighty seven degrees it looks very sunny no problems there whatsoever atlanta's they'd be around ninety three with a chance of a storm here there and there is a chance of some storms from saint louis chicago as far as the fireworks forecast goes we are watching the macy's fireworks display in new york city no problems whatsoever but we could have a minor delay problem areas like chicago possibly through the ohio valley who's gonna cancel you're fireworks but just be prepared just display in new york city no problems whatsoever but we could have a minor delay problem areas like chicago possibly through the ohio valley who's gonna cancel you're fireworks but just be prepared just in case of a small delay so overall looking really nice travel going to your fourth of july now tell you what even heading towards the weekend many areas and east coast remaining warm in looking pretty dry washington dc including slight chance of a storm later on today temperatures feeling very summer like you're watching morning joe we'll be right back hi it's katy tur wanna keep up with msnbc while you're on the go subscribe dizzy msnbc daily newsletter you'll get the best of what you've missed during this unprecedented era of news text msnbc two six six eight six six to subscribe for the back to morning joe house ways and means committee chairman richard neal filed a lawsuit in federal district court against the trump administration yesterday in an effort to secure access to the president's tax returns according to a committee spokesperson neil issued subpoenas to the treasury department andy i arrest after months of repeatedly requesting the record's from treasury secretary steve mnuchin neil initially requested the financial documents in april but in a letter letter last month mooch informally rejected that request saying quote lax legitimate legislative purpose let's bring in msnbc legal analyst danny savalas standing the sales could see tom obviously the tax returns in the president's something a lot of people wanna see for many years now since this the way the get them this is a good way end if i would have bet i would bet heavily on congress on this one of the ways and means committee here's why federal law protects all of our tax returns from disclosure but some very clear exceptions and one of those is upon request from any one of three committees including ways and means a b treasury shall not may not feel like it shall turnover those returns for inspection and the law specifically enacted the combat corruption way back in nineteen twenty four before nineteen twenty four the president had the discretion as to whether or not to release these returns congress looked at these you back then and said no we're gonna use a different system that that's the system we have today on the trump administration side they're arguing and they're taking a step back and say well look at the law in its whole look at constitutionally congress needs ain't legitimate legislative purpose and there isn't any here it's an interesting argument but ultimately virtually any particular purpose will suffice and the law itself doesn't require congress to put something out there so danny who adjudicate that question richie neal says i need the tax returns the white house and you're not getting the tax so it turns then what well now they've gone to court but there's always need issue when it comes to stuff like this this may be apolitical question that the courts can't touch in reality i think

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"bill karen" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"bill karen" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"To the roads in a moment. First chief meteorologist, Tom Terry is back with the full five day forecast. Brought to you by Southey appliance warehouse. Tony we got a little break from the upper eighties earlier today due to some showers that capon by otherwise. We'll keep it partly cloudy, very warm tonight, upper sixties, and we're back in the mid to upper eighties again tomorrow. I think a little less shower activity a little more heat eighty-seven, the high on your Friday, Saturday, another eighty seven with a seabreeze collision happening something we don't normally see until the warmer summer months, but it's kind of simulating it right now with a thirty percent coverage of seabreeze showers may be a seabreeze storm around say six to nine PM near I four Saturday. Otherwise, a nice day Sunday Eighty-six degrees. Frog gets here. Monday. Tony's going to cool down about ten degrees to the mid seventies. But could get stuck nearby giving us some more scattered afternoon. Showers Tuesday Wednesday next week they extended five day forecast. Four times an hour. I'm chief meteorologist, Tom Terry. Seventy eight downtown Orlando Seventy-nine here in news ninety six point five WDBO. I'm going to play a clip of another meteorologist talking about the massive snowstorm across the country. It is snowing once again in Las Vegas, the third time this month, and it hadn't snowed in. In four years. So it's just been one of those weather patterns that were and that big storms up. Heavy snow in the next couple of days throughout the four corner reasons. NBC's Bill Karen's snowing in Las Vegas and thirty other states across the country as well. All right now, you SafeTouch Security triple team traffic. Mazing eastbound delays past Disney don't have to drive in any snow here. You're also be slow at.

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"bill karen" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"bill karen" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And more stories we're following for you here on KFI came up and down. California are facing nightmare weather tonight. NBC meteorologist Bill Karen's with detail. Blizzard in the mountains. We're going see flash flowing reluctantly to get some mud and debris flows out of this. And maybe even some wind damage. Forecasters say heavy rain and snow threatening areas burned over by wildfires last year and thousands of people are being ordered to evacuate. The western foothills of the Sierra Nevada and the northern coast range could see four to eight inches of rainfall over the next two days. The higher elevations of the Sierra could get six feet of snow and blizzards driven by one hundred ten mile an hour winds national weather services and even bigger storm is on its way in now it has hit the bay area. And we are just getting word this from KTV you television in Oakland that a tree has fallen in the wind at the Oakland. Cal trans headquarters. There was a homeless encampment there and one person has died crushed by that tree felled by the wind. All right. It's six fifteen now at NewsRadio KF PK. Well, Sacramento's economy's been booming in recent years. Forecasters say the capital city will face challenges in the months ahead. Speaking of. Sacramento business journal and business reviews annual economic forecast event. Sex state, finance professor Sanjay, he says the capital city labor forces stagnant and that could slow run of business prosperity in the region. The question is now going forward, even if he did have more jobs to felt where others people are gonna come from. Where's the skill labor? Gonna come from version. He says local graduates are coming out with degrees in fields that aren't in high demand.

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"bill karen" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"bill karen" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"He W F T L news break plans to launch a SpaceX rocket this morning from Cape Canaveral. Have again been scrubbed for the same issue as yesterday computer issues and win disruptions areas of the country will be affected by weather during the upcoming holiday travel season, especially tomorrow, moral have thunderstorms. Air- airport delays, maybe even cancellations. So we're watching Charlotte Dirani Miami Fort Lauderdale, Orlando Tampa airport delays. And of course, the highways you'll get to your destination. Just a little slower than normal then as we look through the severe risk. This is tomorrow with those storms through Florida. Maybe even an isolated tornado about fifteen million people are at risk. That's meteorologist Bill Karen's. President Trump tweeting this morning that a wall will be built on the southern US border one way or the other. He tweeted in our country so much money has been poured down the drain for so many years. But when it comes to border security in the military, the Democrats fight to the death. We'll see what happens because the clock is ticking. Put a major deadline to fund parts of the government and avert a partial shutdown because of the border wall. President Trump has no public events today. He receives an intelligence briefing and has launched with secretary state, Mike Pompeo, the president and first lady host to Christmas receptions, tonight here at the White House with just three working days left until a deadline to fund the government. The White House is signaling the president will back down for Mr. man for five billion dollars for a border wall. But says they're waiting for the Senate to show what it can pass before the president gives his support. Karen Travers ABC. News the White House. A federal judge delaying sentencing for former national security adviser, Michael Flynn judge. Emmet Sullivan said our new hearing date for March thirteenth for now. Flynn remains.

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"bill karen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"bill karen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Line Hillsboro, eight six six five four five ninety five ninety five cloudy with a high in the sixties today would fifty two now nine seventy WFL. A been a magnitude four point four earthquake is warning in Tennessee NBC's Bill. Karen? And actually was good strong enough to be felt in Atlanta in many areas of north. Georgia's you want social media, you're talking to hear people talking about it. But I haven't seen any reports of any damage or anything else tremor was Senator Brown Decatur that's about one hundred twenty miles south east of Nashville quake was followed. By a magnitude three point three aftershock. He'd been an NTSB hearing in Washington on last January's Justino shuttle boat flyer in Newport, Richie NTSB investigator. Bryan, Young said the crew of the island lady, which is on by tropical breeze casino. Cruise was not prepared for an emergency safety issues that right? Defied for the lack of company guidance regarding engine high temperature alarms insufficient, preventive maintenance, insufficient crew, training, and documentation. And the fire happened January the fourteenth the lady was shuttling passengers to and from tropical breeze. Passengers at jump then feet off the boat. Fifteen were hurt. One died later that night from inhaling the toxic fumes a wrong way crash on highway sixty in vowel Rico or as seventy year old wildfire for and thirty four year old Matthew bell hospitalized. I have a troll says piper was driving the wrong way and hit Miller head on investigators believe alcohol which involved in the crash a fifteen year old girls hospitalized after being hit by a vehicle this morning. She was riding a bike to ease late high school have an issue is crossing east lake road. I wave patrol is investigating President Trump says he had a positive meeting the democratic leader Chuck Schumer Nancy Pelosi at the White House in spite of having an argument with him over border security right in front of the TV cameras..

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"bill karen" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"bill karen" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"NBC News Radio. I'm Lisa Carter while firefighters worked to contain California's wildfires the search for the missing continues and the number of those still unaccounted for takes big jump yesterday. There are seven more victims of the campfire in northern California officials found the bodies yesterday bringing the update a total of the deadliest wildfire in state history to sixty three most of the dead have come from the town of paradise NBC news correspondent, Dan cinnamon has the latest workers now sift through what's left of this town a town retirees once call hope authorities say hundreds of people are missing after wildfires swept across the state. Meanwhile, police have updated the list of unaccounted for people to six hundred thirty one a huge increase from the one hundred thirty announced Wednesday. The hope is most of those people are simply displays and will contact officials. So they can take their name off the list. The White House says President Trump will travel to the region on Saturday WikiLeaks, founder, Jim. Julian Assange is reportedly facing charges in the US to Washington Post says the prosecutor let slip unintentionally their songs was charged under seal. Federal prosecutors have been investigating Assange over the leak of diplomatic cables and military documents in two thousand ten he's also subject of investigation in the special counsel probe into Russian meddling in the presidential election. But pre winter storm blamed for at least seven deaths is marching across the eastern third of the country in B C meteorologist Bill Karen says the northeast was hit particularly hard was snowfall garner town New York had over a foot. Newton was over a foot. Monte New Jersey's up to ten new Fairfield, Connecticut was ten Frostburg. Maryland was nine. So I mean, it was widespread. The storm moves slowly across the midwest and into the east coast, darling, transportation and knocking out power. Winter storm warnings are out from North Carolina all the way up to northern Maine and Ed Dixon's fifteen yard touchdown catch with just over five minutes left lifted the Seahawks.

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"bill karen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"bill karen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"While it's strength has decreased. The National Hurricane Center is still warning that the storm will be bringing damaging winds as the center moves over south central Georgia. There are reports of widespread damage on the Florida coast and hundreds of thousands of people are without power meteorologist Bill Karen says even though the storm is weakening overland, it's still causing damage. 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, Florida governor, Rick Scott says the thirties are switching gears into recovery as hurricane Michael continues its path and leaser our state we're turning one hundred percent of our focus on search and rescue Henry. Every Liz Warner NBC News Radio. Accidents and construction this morning. I'm afraid a crash on I twenty five northbound at Alameda that has traffic backed up to Broadway. I twenty five northbound ramp on one hundred thirty six up in Thornton is closed. I seventy westbound from Denver into the mountains is wet cold slippery and foggy. So please do be careful if you're heading west to this morning on I seventy and penny boulevard is a construction zone from I seventy right three two towers outside of that. I seventy I twenty five and I two to five in decent shape. You'll CBS four weather today. Isolated showers with a chance of some snow. Low of thirty two high of forty six your current temperature is a very chilly thirty. I'm Vic dementia on KOA NewsRadio. Colorado's news, traffic and weather station..

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"bill karen" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"bill karen" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"Of our entire nation to everyone in the of hurricane Michael, especially in the Florida panhandle, it's a big one. One of the biggest we've ever seen, I'll be traveling to Florida, very, very shortly. So we just want to wish them all the best and. Godspeed godspeed God bless you all. Exactly twenty four hours ago in this very studio. Our meteorologist Bill Karen's warned us. This would come ashore as a category, four. He was right, and he hasn't left and he's back with us tonight. Hey, Bill, just before I get to the new update from the National Hurricane Center that just came out. We do have a tornado warning in effect now for the Hilton Head area and the Beaufort, South Carolina area. So that's just one of the hazards that we have here we do have this tornado watch is going to go through the night, and that's what this little storm cells coming in here just in the north of savannah. So again, it hasn't produced a tornado, but it could. I'm sure a lot of people have their little alerts on their phones going off in that area near Hilton Head in the Beaufort area. So here's the new update from the Hurricane Center. We're at seventy five miles per hour. So we're at the league, the weakest we possibly can be for a category, one hurricane. And after this it will drop down to a tropical storm. It's still exceleron into the northeast at twenty miles per hour and is now getting very close to the Macon area in eventually by tomorrow morning to be near Augusta. And it's still very big, large rain shield with this, and here's the new forecast path. Again, we're not expecting a lot of damage from here on out, so it doesn't really matter exactly where the center goes over..

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"bill karen" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"bill karen" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"Tonight, a bright star in the Republican galaxy leaving Trump's orbit UN ambassador. Nikki Haley announces her resignation. The president says she brought glamour to the job, but what's next for Haley and who is next at the UM plus Trump tries to keep his Cavanaugh moment of alive at a rally in Iowa tonight, but there's a storm hours from arrival now that might just have the power to knock politics off the front page tomorrow tonight, the strengthening hurricane, Michael, and the danger. It poses now to lives and property and the Gulf Coast line. The eleventh hour on a Tuesday night begins now. Well, good evening once again from our NBC news headquarters here in New York today, six twenty eight of the Trump administration, and we will get to all of it in just a moment. But first there's been a dangerous change in the forecast, and we wanna get to the latest update on the path and intensity of hurricane Michael. For that, we are joined by our meteorologist Bill Karen's Bill, what do you have Brian? The bottom line is this is that north Florida's never seen a hurricane late. This unrecorded history is we'll be the storm of record for that area, including the Panama City beach area. It does still look like our interests and four wall and beach, the destiny area over towards Pensacola that's on the backside of the storm. It doesn't look like they're going to get the extreme damage. But again, Panama City beats the Tyndall air force base area down that electrical, the Mexico beach. Those are the communities that are going to be devastated without. Maybe we'd get this to a cat for its showed rapid deepening over the last couple of hours. It's almost up. To a cat for one hundred twenty five, mph winds. It only get one tick higher at one thirty. Then we're at a cat for they initial rain bands are not far away from the coast. These the literally the final minutes of preparation time for anyone here in this area. And if anyone still remains in that area, they still should get out now while they can. Even if I was as far inland as the areas of Tallahassee at I ten, I would consider getting out of there 'cause you're not gonna.

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

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:49 min | 2 years ago

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

"The way matters show we at nine eastern on MSNBC. Thanks. You at home for joining. Yes, this arm happy to have you here. This is one of those nights when there are more major news stories going on simultaneously than it is possible to process all at once. And so we just take them one at a time. You know, of course that this very large hurricane is bearing down on the Carolina coast. Tonight. We are expecting an overnight landfall by hurricane Florence evacuation of the most dangerous areas should have already occurred because this is what the wind is like on shore already. But there are fears that this is a life threatening event for a wide swath of the American coast and even well inland in both north and South Carolina. We've got the very latest live forecast and track and the latest news on the impact thus far coming up in just a moment from meteorologist Bill Karen's. He's going to be with us live in just a moment. We're also going to be taking a look at a beautiful city of one hundred twenty thousand people that is on the coast, and that appears to be right in the bullseye. Tonight that city's mayor will be with us too on what is already turning out to be very tough night with very tough conditions with his city. Absolutely facing the heart of it. I mentioned that conditions are going to be tough both on the coast and well inland. One of the things that helps us show that tonight is that some of the technology that there is now for showing the impact of flooding from storm surge. Some of that technology has radically radically improved even just since the last round of hurricanes our country faced last year. So we're going to show you some of that technology tonight. Just a couple of minutes. It is to my mind. It is honestly mind-blowing, you will never ever think of this kind of storm surge flooding ever the same way again..

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"bill karen" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"bill karen" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"South Florida morning show with Jennifer Rawson, Bill Adams. News talk eight fifty W F T L. He hasn't doesn't even make landfall until Saturday at four cantons chains in that we are expecting that stall could stall on the coaster installed just off the coast. That was a big change early this morning that was NBC's chief meteorologist Bill Karen saying that it's dot the only changes the changes direction. But if it stalls. They just dumping more rain not only that area but extended out through, you know, north of the Carolinas are South Carolina's. Well, maybe even into Georgia ridiculous era. Keeping a close eye obviously on Florence which is a monster storm and longtime anchor John Evans at W E C T, the NBC affiliate Wilmington, first of all, buddy. Thanks for being here. It's been a long time that you guys had something of this magnitude. We know that much right? Yeah. Bill. This is a storm that the shop eastern North Carolina has seen in decades what it's packing as far as strengths. What is packing force is what it's packing as far as potential storm surge is there's something that Wilmington area, south eastern North Carolina hasn't seen in a long long time. Well, God love ya. We're praying for you in we're offering our hope, however, we can because if anybody can relate to this, and what you guys go through its us here in south, Florida. And we know what that's like and it was a year ago. This time, John we were all looking at spaghetti models down here in advance of Matthew, and you know, we've dodged a couple of major bullets here. But.

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"bill karen" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"bill karen" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"The good news just in the past few minutes came in this form Florence is now a category, two hurricane having already felt itself from the Outer Banks of North Carolina where the very first band of rain and clouds have arrived. If you have been following our meteorologist Bill Karen's all day today, then you know he has. Called this at every stage along its progression into the coast Bill is with us here in the studio tonight. Bill, I believe I'm on solid ground. One saying that a three to two speaks mostly to high winds beat completely. The wind speed is how we characterize category one, two, three, four or five. And typically when you get a category five in the highest wind speeds, you'll get a larger storm surge, and that's not always the case. Remember hurricane sandy on the east coast in New Jersey that wasn't a category four or five. And that was one of the worst storm surges ever. So a lot has to do with the size of the storm and how much water it can push, not just how intense it is. So when you're hearing the headline it is weakening, yes, the max Windsor weakening, but that's really about it. Now much has changed. I'll show you the storm surge forecast. This hasn't changed from when it was a four because it's already got the huge amount of momentum behind it. It's already created these huge waves off the coast. All of that energy is heading to the shoreline. That doesn't really matter anymore how much the storm weakens. So we're still expecting at nine. A thirteen foot storm surge. Even though at this time yesterday, the Hurricane Center was saying we'd have a category for right now. It's only category too, so it's not changing this equation at all. So all the people that evacuated off these barrier islands, you did the smart thing because this water is gonna come up just for one high tide cycle, but maybe two, maybe three if it stalls out long enough and that's going to cause devastation at the beaches. Let me get to the new advisory and kind of refresh. Everyone's just joining us here at the top of the hour. Again, we went from the three to the two. We were at the top end of a tooth. If it goes up five more miles per hour, we're back to three. So again, that's just semantics there. It's still moving at a good clip northwest at seventeen miles per hour..

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Utah woman who helped abduct 14-year-old Elizabeth Smart to be released

24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Utah woman who helped abduct 14-year-old Elizabeth Smart to be released

"Batch a surprise move by the Utah board of pardons and parole involving the woman who helped to kidnap Elizabeth smart in two thousand and two. Wunderbar Boise helped him former street preacher kidnap, Elizabeth smart and hold smart captive for nine months now Utah's board of pardons has ruled he who is seventy two years old will get out of prison next week Utah. Authorities say they miscalculated previously spent in federal custody, and because of that previous time she's now due to be released smart is not happy with bars ease

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President Trump, MAC Miller and NBC discussed on Glenn Beck

Glenn Beck

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

President Trump, MAC Miller and NBC discussed on Glenn Beck

"Forecasters expect Lawrence who restrengthen over the next day or so to an extremely dangerous hurricane with landfall expected early Friday morning NBC meteorologist Bill Karen says storm surge is going to be a major problem with the storm driver. It makes landfall to the right of that could be as high as twelve feet

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Bill Karen, Thomas Garrett and Nbc discussed on Colorado's Morning News

Colorado's Morning News

02:12 min | 3 years ago

Bill Karen, Thomas Garrett and Nbc discussed on Colorado's Morning News

"The front range mountains odds looking at that you can't see it from this away just put it on autopilot get out there you'll see three degrees tonight you guys tomorrow another round of showers and storms eighty two and then that's it that's it for the fun storm activity for awhile thursday through the weekend we should be sunny and dry and quite warm thursday back up to ninety degrees again so what we had over the weekend it's on its way back for the end of this week all right thanks for the warning i thought she left to go that's right now on colorado's morning news we're following what appears to be a terror attack in belgium three people are dead and that includes two police officers will have more coming up at the top of the hour of things to come just days before the official start hurricane season sub tropical storm alberto threatens to produce dangerous flooding after making landfall on the northern gulf coast yesterday abc's senior meteorologist rob marciano has the latest from florida the state's governor warning residents you're needing to travel just make sure you're very cautious about that tropical rains now extending all the way to the carolinas in polk county north carolina two people killed after a falling tree struck their vehicle the men who were killed died in the storm they were part of a north carolina tv crew w y f f news anchor mike mccormick and photojournalist errands smeltzer were killed when a tree fell on their suv nbc meteorologist bill karen's remembered the crew this morning they had actually called the fire chief in the town they are in about the storms and about the rain to get advice for people to stay safe and then you know the the randomness of falling trees horrible the pair had just interviewed the north carolina fire chief who recalls the last thing they all said to one another was to stay safe a republican congressman from virginia will not seek reelection and the reason why shocked many personal republican democrat or independent is known me for any period of time and has an integrity i am a good man and i'm an alcoholic this is the hardest statement that i've ever publicly made forty six year old thomas garrett will officially step down in january.

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"bill karen" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"bill karen" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"It is literally a state of emergency for millions of people across florida georgia and the carolinas the radar images show why hurricane erma is barreling toward the united states and is on track to make potentially catastrophic strike on florida this weekend we want to get right to nbc meteorologist bill karen's for the very latest bill in the national weather service in miami says that there will be some areas that people won't be able to return to their homes for weeks maybe even months that's how serious the situation it is for locations in southeast florida south florida and down in the keys and that's because of the wind damage and the possibility of the storm surge they said could even white way buildings that our existing on the coastline so yet this is a serious as was yesterday overnight not alive changed with this storm comparison images hurricane andrew 25 years ago was the storm of record for south florida hit the homestead there you can see it there on your list that had two hundred and sixty mile per hour winds when at one on sure it was a small compact very intense store erbas about twice the size of that storm and right now the intensity is about the same kind of some perspective of the storms this one could be andrew like storm but on a larger scale because it could do more damage because it's actually a bigger storm other things we want to still we don't want to forget what's happened in areas that have already been hit a lot of the northern islands we still have this horrendous video that's come in bogota we've had 65 percent they say of the homes are on can't be occupied this is video from the turks and caicos this was before sunset last night before the i went over the turks and caicos for four straight hours we're still waiting for reports in a daylight hopefully can find out just how bad it was as they went through the northern iowa all.

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