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"Wind gusts clocked in at 38 MPH on Mount Saint Alina this morning, Gus could reach 45 MPH on Mount Diablo. All of this has bakery of firefighters on high alert. Santa Rosa assistant Fire Marshal Paul Lowenthal just came off the glass fire call now is and continues to be is making sure that we're attacking these fires of quickly and aggressively it start. So we're utilizing a lot of our new improvements and systems that we have in place. Now, primarily things like our wild land. Fire cameras were able to monitor conditions. The weather service says Temperatures in San Francisco Friday could reach into the mid nineties. In Santa Rosa, Jeffrey Shab KCBS well, the high fire danger his PGD warning about another round of power cuts. Those outages air set to start between six and eight PM in parts of Napa, Solano and Sonoma County's Between eight and 11 tonight for parts of Alameda Contra Costas San Matteo and said a Clara counties Utility hopes to have power restored 12 hours after the red flag warning has lifted that is supposed to happen at 11 A.m. on Friday. Meanwhile, the PS PS is just the latest hit for residents and businesses in the small Napa County town of Calistoga. Askey. CBS is Mike Dewald reports many or just trying to get back to normal after the glass fire. Calistoga was the first town ever to feel the impact of a PG and E. P S. P s. And since then we're probably up near 15 of them at this point. That's where Chris Canning, he says the town's residents understand the balance of fire, danger and safety, but the continual shutdowns are beginning to fray nerves. Five, Robinson just reopened his Calistoga Roastery after the glass fire. It's a business he's operated for almost three decades. He says. The PS PS will bring more losses We've got $200 worth. We shouldn't run after leaving it out. So you Basie away. I'm riddled with food. Candy says that much of Calistoga is now powered by a micro grid. But a portion of the town west of the Napa River isn't allowed to be energized, including a mobile home park. They need to have airconditioning. They need to have their medical devices charged. They need to have access to refrigeration for medications. Cpuc and Cal Fire rules say that area is too close to high fire danger zones. In the North Bay. Mike Dewald KCBS just ahead on KCBS restaurant goers in Santa Clara County can now eat indoors after months of dining in plain air. Time for the hours. First check of KCBS traffickers. We say hello to Kim Vessel. Hello, Kim and Wednesday greetings to Megan and Jeff. But we begin with jam on the shore Freeway through Richmond. Because of a stalled big rig that they brought you by outdoor supply hardware. It broke down westbound direction of interstate 80. Just before Central blocking the two right lanes. The brakes locked up for the poor guy there, so that's why it's backed up in that direction and eastbound also impacted as well. It's a mix of that and your typical commute pattern developing so it's below the limit he's found as you make your way out of Emeryville. We also have some midday roadwork, wrapping up nearby eastbound Interstate 80 between Central and Carl's. And so That is another reason why it's extra heavy already will take the Chilton Auto body collision camp. To the Nimitz update a couple of problems there in Union City, north bound 8 80. We have that crash just before Alvarado Niles that continues to block the right lane And then Hayward South found 8 80 another crash this one before Tennison is on the right hand shoulder and we'll repeat this advisory to avoid Interstate 80 in Sacramento in both directions. Shut down at Norwood. Ongoing police activity there. We've got updates. On alternates and the situation and follow us on Twitter at KCBS AM FM Traffic Outdoors Supply Hardware has brought the classic hardware store back now.
Firefighters fighting Glass Fire on the ground due to hard to reach locations
"We have news from the fire lines with caretakers ground to due to poor visibility. The glass fire in Napa and Sonoma County's is being fought the old fashioned way with boots on the ground. He CBS reporter Tim Ryan explains more than 2500. People have been aside to to fire so much of this fire is in steep, unforgiving terrain. It's hard to get to with engines and equipment. Containment comes slowly up from 5% on Thursday to 6% on Friday. Two of our priorities are actually the communities of angling and Pope Valley are both priorities on the nap aside. As well as overall communities. The wrap of those air the highest priorities right now, in areas where we expect potentially to see the smoke lift on that side and us to be able to get in there with tankers. Last fire spokesman Paul Rosenthal explains that winds may pose a problem throughout the day and into the overnight hours. The south end of the fire still has a number of priorities around Santa Rosa clone Ellen and Ken would the daily count is grim. 60,000 acres blackened 600 structures burned. There is still no cause of the fire announced and Calistoga and Angwin remain both threatened and
Crews face strong winds while battling California fires
"Stronger in California's wine country, threatening to escalate a massive wildfire that's burned for days and destroyed hundreds of buildings. The glass fire north of San Francisco now burning their Calistoga small town known for hot springs, mud bands and wind race. Or fire crews and equipment were deployed into town 5000 people in the hills of Napa County after a forecast calls for strong winds and low humidity. More of
"calistoga" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Day, seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com APP de loaded today. It's 11 03 of the Bay Area's new station, KCBS. Hazy and hot highs in the seventies and eighties Coast side triple digits inland. Light winds. Do you have a red flag fire warning, kicking in at one o'clock this afternoon in the North Fame Mountains, spare the air alert for unhealthy air through the entire bay area. Today. Good morning in for Rebecca Corral I Margie Schaefer. Here's what's happening in the glass fire continues to burn through many parts of Sonoma and Napa County. The fire is charred over 56,000 acres and is now 5% contained. Fire crews have been battling hot, windy weather conditions as well. But Matt May Lee with the National Weather Service says relief is coming. The first round of relief will start to creep in a little bit on Friday near the coast, but in the areas will still be dry. Very mild as we finally make it toward the weekend. That's what we're actually start to see some more widespread cooling with increasing humidity, KCBS says. Tim Ryan is in Calistoga, where there is active fire visible outside of town. I've been watching tall old trees go up one after another along Diamond Mountain Road southwest of Calistoga, one of two fronts to the fire. That were active overnight. I beam or than concerned if I owned one of these really large new modern houses up around 700 Diamond Mountain Some 2100. Firefighters are on scene right now bracing for a difficult day once the afternoon heats up, and it gets windy. This will be a more difficult day than yesterday as Cal Fire Division chief Ben Nichols explained at a briefing last night that we finally have that clean air that we've been waiting for. All day long distort e those helicopters to start helping the ground troops with that long process of getting in there mopping up those hot spots. Well, that clean air is gone today, so whether they'll get helicopters and airplanes up really is questionable. There have been about 400 structures burned that is damaged and destroyed. The fire now about 57,000 acres. It is 5% contained and there were new evacuations announced last night areas north of Calistoga. The Calistoga area. Tim Ryan KCBS, the state's power grid managers are calling for a flex alert as the heat builds today throughout the Bay Area. This starts at three this afternoon and runs through 10 o'clock Tonight. Residents are being urged to conserve power, starting at three in the afternoon and running through town.
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"Pre existing condition by many insurance companies. So Judge Barrett should explain. How she will rule on the affordable care act, and if she won't I think we should be reminding the general public that Donald Trump President Trump is determined to repeal the And has said he would only choose a nominee who would repeal the That is Democratic Senator and Biden campaign Surrogate Chris Coons of Delaware, speaking with us from Cleveland, where the first Biden Trump debate will take place tonight. Thank you very much, Senator Coons. Thank you, Ari. And in another part of the show today, we're speaking with the representative for the Trump campaign. In Northern California today, Fire crews got a slight break from strong winds as they battle wildfires in the wine country of Napa and Sonoma County's north of San Francisco. Cruz are also facing tough going against another big fire further north in rule, Shasta County. These are just the latest in a series of fires and what is now a historically destructive wildfire year throughout California and the entire West Coast. NPR's Erik Wester Veldt is following the fires and joins us now, with an update and Eric People know Napa and Sonoma. Ports, famous wineries and its natural beauty, But it's now becoming known for almost its annual devastating wildfires. Give us the latest on what's happening on what's being called the glass Fire. Yeah, it is really becoming known for that. I mean the glass fire. Tonya first began Sunday at around four AM It's not clear yet. What sparked that fire. But three small fires soon merged into one on Monday, one bigger fire and that was pushed by some strong winds and spread. Quickly into the hillsides and mountains and vineyards near Calistoga and then made a push toward the city of Santa Rosa in neighboring Sonoma Calistoga has about 6000 residents. They're all under a mandatory evacuation. At least part of Santa Rosa is also under Calculation once again, you know, in all about 70,000 people have had to flee these latest wildfires and both of these places Calistoga, Santa Rose and other affected areas. They've all faced these evacuations. Several times over the last few years. In some places, you know, the second time in just a few weeks in 2017 22 people died in a wildfire swept into Santa Rosa. So Is this become a regular current something that Soma County Sheriff Mark Essex acknowledged today. You know what he called significant fire fatigue for the community. We're nearing the three year mark of the tub's fire that devastated our community. It's the fourth major fire in our community since 2017 Many people are feeling the effects. Many people are evacuating. They've evacuated multiple times. So in all the glass far Tanya has already destroyed dozens of homes as well as some well known wineries and hotels. It's burned about 40,000 acres on right now it is 0% contained and I mentioned Shasta Cockney That's further north. The SOG fire. Has also burned about 40,000 acres that fire to 0% contained. What's the latest there were three people have died in that blaze bring the statewide death total from this year. This year's wild fires to a least 29. It's burning in a in a more rural, heavily forested area about 1200, people at least have been told to evacuate. This is very near an area that was badly burned just two years ago in what's called the car Fire, another deadly giant. Wildfire. So like their neighbors to the South, Tanya, many and Shasta have gotten used to sort of packing up and leaving in a hurry. Yeah, we know that California Governor Gavin Newsom has declared a state of emergency and Napa, Cinnamon Shasta counties. As you point out, I mean, mega fires are becoming sadly, the new normal here in California. How are people holding up? What's interesting? I mean, people have talked with on one level sort of superficial level say it's kind of gotten easier. Logistically you might be better prepared. You got the go bag. You got your documents, your pets ready medications. You have a plan that kind of thing, but Certainly doesn't make it easier. I mean, it's hard to routinized fleeing for your life from yet another mag a fire. I mean, evacuees talk about how incredibly hard and frustrating it's been, especially in this. Rough year with the pandemic and ongoing economic losses so much. That's NPR's Erik Wester Veldt with the latest on the California wildfires, Erik Thank you, you're welcome. The poet Padre Go. Touma wants to engage you with the power of poems. The podcast he hosts called poetry. Unbound starts its second season this week. Poetry is a very old art and has been around a lot longer than people have been able to read or write. And to hear poetry can often carry a beautiful emotional resonance with us. You're hearing a sound that sounds like itself in an echo and a rhyme of something really important and really meaningful. We're looking in this program, poetry.
"calistoga" Discussed on KCBS All News
"In Calistoga I'mjust, a yards off the main highway of 29 on Tucker Road and Schramsberg and there's a Cal fire crew trying to beat back the flames behind a home. The hoses are stretched across the wrap around deck where the crews are climbing around the wooded hillside and back, and there's this Crescent shaped line of flames illuminating the darkness. The area was evacuated last night. Like you said it not before. So many people were seeing what? Maybe coming that they got out yesterday. Power's out here and insane Halina, no stoplights. No street lights, no gas station lights. It makes things really eerie. But you know, further down the highway. When you get around Yau fill. It almost seems like it's business as usual, because you see is really bright, blinding lights out in the field, and that means it's harvest. People are still trying to get the grapes in there struck still trying to be working. Like normal despite the fact that it's anything but normal. Up here, live in Calistoga holic want KCBS? Right? Thanks. Let's switch over to Santa Rosa this morning where crews have gotten a bit of relief fromthe weather as we mentioned a few moments ago, but it's still going to be a tough day on the fire lines. Tim up with those higher elevations, where Fire has been pretty active. It's still quite dry this morning. We'll stand. Apparently, it is because the people of 1000 Ft 100 FT. Make all the difference in the world. Now I am in Santa Rosa, now at a an evacuation area. It's called a place to play. It's several grassy acres on listening Senator has a lot of parking there. Restrooms are for parties. I don't see a lot of people here a lot of evacuees, but there are some in their trailers. There are others in their colors. That is never a good night's sleep in your car. But with this pandemic Obviously, a lot of people are fearful of getting around a lot of strangers. So somewhere, just sleep in their car right here as best they can. Now. Everyone obviously wants to hear that thousands of firefighters of being dispatched to this file, but Captain Jason Shanley explained to CBS is not the case. Right now committed to this incident here. There's over 1400 personnel that this incident here, but it's difficult because I developed on the stain on what's called a drawdown and you're trying to protect their own counties and cities. So, yes, they would like to hear more firefighters here, their mood as best they can. Clearly the equipment is another situation. Do you have enough old interest in you? Get that 7 47 here all day with these are the questions that are trying to answer right now, when I was born everywhere I have a little trouble keeping that signal up. We'll see if we can improve that next time around with Tim Ryan just ahead on KCBS. Doug Sovereign. It's Trump versus Biden tonight, Live on KCBS. And is one of them have an extra advantage going into the first debate? CBS first for traffic, and that's the bailiwick of Ms Kim wonder they can't Yes, Stan. We are looking at improving conditions for the ultimate pass and accidents had long been posing a problem at the top of a hill right at North Flynn West 5 80 that injury crash now gone, but Traffic is really tough, Westbound to 05 has backed up well through Tracy, beginning at Magli Road, very congested merging on the 5 80. Then it gradually gets better As you get past Grant line, Let's take another look at the Nimitz Freeway. Looks like they are picking up the overnight roadwork. And that may have just been accomplishes the South 80 heading down toward 29th. But I'll tell you what this backup is still all the way through downtown Oakland. From that seventh Street curves. You come a little south of seven Street. Solid brake lights until you get down. Well, let's see, right. Ah, well south of downtown. Let's just put it that way. It's right before the Embarcadero turnoffs right. There is where things begin to loosen up. That's still very challenging. Metering lights, by the way, have been flipped on at the toll plaza for the Bay Bridge were backed up from the 8 80 ramp right now. That accident and Fremont South bound 6 80 before Washington. Turns out there are injuries in this crash, so emergency personnel are still arriving on scene. There's some slow traffic, although this accident is largely off to the right side and center divide. Your next update is at 6 18 on the traffic leader, KCBS. Weather wise, It's gonna be more comfortable form or of the Bay Area. Today we have hazy sunshine scheduled spared the air alert.
"calistoga" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Brown. President Trump is fending off allegations he paid very little in federal taxes over the past decade, Trump says, contrary to what The New York Times reported he's paid millions and was entitled to tax breaks. Comments come one day before the first presidential debate between Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. The Times report says Trump claimed heavy losses from his businesses and that he paid just $750 in federal income taxes in 2016 and 2017. And that he faces sizable debts. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says that raises national security concerns and the public deserves to know to whom he owes money. This is a president who wants parades of of military, our momentum and military paying homage to him in front of the White House, like he's some kind of a A dictator. And yet is he paying for any of that? The protection of our country? $760. Yeah, it's a disdain for America's working families. Uh, it's it's not right. In Northern California. Evacuations are underway because of a fast growing fire in Napa County, just north of San Francisco. From member station K. Q. E D Alice Wolfe Lee reports The glass fire scorch more than 11,000 Acres. The town of Calistoga is being evacuated and residents sent to a nearby community center. Covad 19 means evacuees are not staying in shelters. There are long lines outside the evacuation centre as residents wait to receive hotel vouchers, food and other supplies. More than 5000. People are evacuated in Napa County and thousands more are under evacuation, warning. Large flames are visible in the hills just east of the town of ST Halina. Heavy smoke is blanketing the region. High temperatures are expected and fire damage inspection teams are getting a sense of property damage for NPR news. I'm Alice will flee in Calistoga, California. You're listening to NPR. And this is WNBC in New York. I'm David. First New York City principles are asking the state to take control of the school system. During the pandemic. Their union took a unanimous vote of no confidence in Mayor De Blasio's and schools Chancellor Carranza. Saying they're not prepared with enough teachers for remote and in person learning, which expands tomorrow. Gothamist reporter Sophia Chang says the vote is largely symbolic. This vote of no confidence just doesn't have AH, Rhea World implication to it. It points to yet more of the chaos and disorganization that this school's reopening plan has led to Principal's union stopped short of threatening a strike and said they and teachers would be in school tomorrow when elementary students are returning. The state Education Department did not respond to a request for comment yesterday. So we ask the public elementary schools in New York City will open for in person classes tomorrow. Students in kindergarten through fifth grade, whose families have opted for hybrid learning will attend classes in their school building several days a week and they will be learning remotely the rest of the time. Middle and high schoolers go back to school this Thursday on October 1st. City health officials are concerned about an upswing in covert cases in parts of Brooklyn and Queens. Despite the increase, some residents are hoping that neighbourhood restaurants will be able to provide.
"calistoga" Discussed on KCBS All News
"This is pretty similar to 2017 when he had that Tubbs fire. That one was a little bit worse, because Alan was just like a mile down the street, so maybe not even that so way were evacuated for about a week and a half, then You can come back here. No power, no WiFi anything like that. Up in the Sky Hawk neighborhood of three car garage. Holmes, police and fire officials were chasing down swirling embers. And from a cluster of homes that were just engulfed in flames. Rohner Park police Sergeant Nick Laban tick It moved us out doing evacuations in Kenwood, and then now we're back appearance. Skyhawk just butt out spot fires all around. Yeah, it's it's been a long, long night. Everyone's working their butts off, but, uh, we can see if we can get him firefighters breaking the front windows of a home on Mount a Hawk road where you could see the interior ablaze at the same time this morning homes in nearby Oakland village for catching fire. Most of the 4500 elderly people in that community were evacuated last night. Live in Santa Rosa holic want KCBS? Thank you. Holly. KCBS reporter Tama Ryan has been surveying damage from Calistoga to Saint Halina. He joins us now live with details of an evacuation in the city of Calistoga and very heavy fire. Damage along the Silverado trailed him. Margie. I'm with the crew from Contra Costa County Fire Probably 25 or 30 firefighters. They just took a little bit of a break. Had a little breakfast got hydrated, And there they go back to the fire lines. Calistoga was evacuated around 6 A.m. from downtown south south of Lincoln Avenue. So not a majority of the town that included, though. Many elderly residents of two mobile home parks usher to safety and Napa City buses. The threat to Calistoga remains really, a reporter from the local newspaper says. That the glass fire is actually closer to the city limits, then was the destructive Tubbs fire that post such a problem for Calistoga in 2017. Now damage is just profound along the Silverado trail, especially on the east side of the roadway homes. Winery's an upholstery shop, a bed and breakfast too cold. The Black Rock in in the nearby Chateau Boswell Winery, completely destroyed Cruise again from Connick.
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"Skyhawk Santa Rosa holic or taste? To be honest, I think, Stella just getting an update from Cal Fire there now calculating about 11,000 acres burned all told in those North Bay fires. Let's go to ST Helene over. This already began early yesterday morning. Here's key CBS reporter Tim Ryan. Stand. Good morning I'm on highway 1 28 a Deer Park road. So dear Park is where this fire began. And this is basically in between Calistoga in Saint Halina. I look off to the right and I can see that original fire. Really, really roaring. Obviously, the winds up there are super strong right now. Now down here in the valley on the highway. The winds are light, but Wow. 82 degrees out right now. Here in the Napa Valley. The CHP has closed off hobby. 1 28. Here you do see some people driving south found these people are likely residents of Calistoga evacuating the highway patrol driving down the highway here with the P A system allowed. Turn around, Turn around. Calistoga. Ah portion of Calistoga is now being evacuated. This is from south of Lincoln Avenue, and this includes the Lord Chateau Calistoga Mobile home part but it's not a majority of the city of Calistoga. I would say it's probably three quarters of Calistoga has not Been evacuated but approaching Saint Halina I saw the fire to the east of Highway 1, 28. And now is I approach Calistoga. I see Fire in the hills west of Highway 1 28. Now this must be one of those fires that spotted off of the glass fire stand never in my life Have I had such a difficult time keeping track of.
"calistoga" Discussed on KCBS All News
"When local news breaks. Developing news out of Oakland firing of Oakland police chief and Kirkpatrick tonight when national News breaks former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg has qualified for tomorrow's Democratic presidential debate, when global news breaks growing concern that the outbreak could be dire consequences for the whole of Europe. You're first on KCBS. News that matters to you around the bay around the world around the clock. All news 1069 and am 7 40 K CBS It's Sunday, September 27th 2020 coming up on KCBS Megan Goldsby in Napa County, where crews are battling high winds to try to control the growing glass fire, and we'll look at the ethics of artificial intelligence. I'm Peter Finch. K. C. B s news time is 11 31. We were talking a short time ago about the expansion of evacuation orders in the North Bay residents are being told if you are in one of those areas you need to leave immediately. A firefight will continue throughout the night in Napa County, even though Cruz have to do it by land, not by error during the darkness, the glass fire east of ST Alina. Grew to 2500 acres. Today it is 0% contained evacuation orders in numerous places, including for Deer Park and Angwin. It goes Far East is the edge of ST Helene and as far north as southern edge of Calistoga. That's where K CBS's Megan Goals B was checking out the fire lines. I've been able to see with my own eyes how quickly this fire has moved through the wooded terrain on the hill south of Calistoga. Throughout the day, Helicopters scooped up water from a vineyard irrigation pond to drop on the fire. But after dark fall, all of the fight is on the ground, says Woody Baker Cone, who's speaking for Cal Fire. Imagine that kind of flying people been doing in this trying to do that dark would be completely impossible. But there is a huge presence on this fire, he says to the breathers, ending fortunate.
Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Seaver dies of COVID-19, dementia at 75
"Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Seaver has died at 75 from dementia and Cove in 19 and Calistoga, where he owned Seaver Vineyards. Ah, five time 20 Game winner a 13 time. 15 Gamewinner spent 12 of his 20 seasons with the Met's most notably in 1969 when he led them to their first World Series title after they averaged 107 losses. During their first seven years as an expansion team. I have first really got to know him when he moved to Calistoga in around 99 or 2000, and you started working weekend games for the match. He would come into our broadcast booth because he would drive to and from SFO so he would listen to Giants games on the radio and my crew go and I would occasionally talk about why? Because Kruger was a big person in introducing me to a wide and teaching me about one and fever was starting the wine business. Well, then I go to the mess get chance to work. Tom and then had the incredible honor a couple of times of being invited up to his home to see the passion he put into the wine business. This is whats admirable about him. He sold everything that he and his wife, Nancy. Oh, they sold everything in the late nineties to buy this piece of land in Calistoga. Tom built a house and then he planted the grapes.
Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Seaver dies of COVID-19, dementia at 75
"Tom Seaver has died at 75 from dementia and Kobe, 19 and Calistoga where he owned Seaver Vineyards. Ah, five time 20 Game winner a 13 time 15 game winner. Spent 12 of his 20 seasons with the Met's most notably in 1969 when he led them to their first World Series title after they averaged 107 losses during their first seven years as an expansion team. I have first really got to know him when he moved to Calistoga in around 99 or 2000. Then he started working weekend games for the match. He would come into our broadcast booth because he would drive to and from SFO so he would listen to Giants games on the radio and my crew going. I would occasionally talk about why? Because Kruger was a big person in introducing me to a wide and teaching me about one and Seaver was starting the wine business. Well, then I go to the mess. I get a chance to work with Tom and then had the incredible honor a couple of times of being invited up to his home to see Passion he put into the wine business. This is whats admirable about him. He sold everything that he and his wife, Nancy own. They sold everything in the late nineties to buy this piece of land in Calistoga. Tom built a house and then he planted the grapes. 10 Robinson on KCBS this morning, said Seaver nurtured those grapes. He didn't know how to make wine. He tended to those grapes every single day, and about three years ago, my wife and I had a chance to go spend an afternoon with Tom and he had already started to suffer more severe effects of the disease, and he still took us out on the vineyard. He still was tying vines together and walking and talking about the grapes he was growing at that point. Physically, he was still a strong man and a vital man. But His mind had had started to really suffer the effects of the disease self. I think he was quite proud that he started his life in California, Fresno and USC, and he ended his life. You lived the last 20 plus years in the northern tip of Napa Valley and his wife and his daughters. I think we'll carry on with the vineyard because they make great cabernet. Tom Seaver is survived by his wife, Nancy, High School sweethearts from Fresno High. His two daughters and four grandsons. At the
"calistoga" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Schwartz. Let's get a look at the road significantly impacted. Stevie Reese joins us now. I'm actually going to hit you with some good news. First, this Google Expressway, all lanes are open. We don't have any flooding at all. Near Gulf Mills westbound. It's a little bit slow through that construction zone approaching 30th 95. Generally clear North bound approaching the Betsy Ross is a little slow and south on right after the blue room for 76. Now, here are the big problems for 22 westbound after Trooper we've got a big tree down in the right lane and then traffic is very slow after Reuters for Excuse me after Reuters for it. As you approach we've got all the flooding out there between Limerick and Santa Toga Getting off at Limerick eastbound as you approach Santa Toga. Definitely don't wanna try this. We see a lot of people taking 7 24 instead. But definitely just be careful. Anytime you see any water on the road, you definitely want to turn around. Don't drown. That catchphrase westbound on the 30 Bypassed doesn't really look like many people are getting by this either. You want to stick with business 30 anywhere after 3 22 This traffic is pretty much at a halt. Westbound, 30 bypassed after 3 22 eastbound Pennsylvania Turnpike backed up traffic for miles. This is between Morgan Town and Downingtown. That's all because of an accident that look like anybody's getting through. They might let the shoulder by at some point, not seeing any problems on our bridges into and out of South Jersey and the main South jersey roads that are closest to us, like just getting off the Walt Whitman Bridge and all of that. Looking pretty good. Our bridges themselves. Look just fine. Now there are many, many many road closures. I'm just heard of Radnor Township, Rosemont area, Calistoga wrote a peach tree You want to avoid that? Skip back Pike Militia, Hilda Bethlehem, Pike is still closed to mass transit. Lots of issues with SEPTA. When the water comes up on the roads, it comes upon the rails to accepted dot organ. We have lots of trolleys that aren't running and major regional rails that aren't running to mass transit. New Jersey. We haven't heard of any serious problems at the moment in the K Y w 24 hour traffic center. I'm Stevie Reese TV. Thanks so much as you can imagine. Recovery. County is particularly hard hit by Isa. Yes, and he's been there all afternoon. We go live to keep one of these supermen bureau chief Jemele working, Jim. Just the photos that you're sending back from the areas you visited or so striking. I am looking at the photos you posted of lower Gwen and where your road is just flooded out. It's just such a It really sums up this part of Montgomery County just so much rain so fast that so many roads We're covered with water and and it's it's strange now to drive around some of those roads and their clear some. Not all. Ah drove past the Philadelphia cricket Club, and there's basically a river. Running through the course along, Joshua wrote. That road was closed. That's the water since receded. So the roads open. I'm here at spring Milk Station just outside contact and white Marsh town, Jeff And there was.
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"Prices vary based on how you buy CBS news time seven eighteen back to the traffic watch we go with Peter Schofield this is just making me sad still grapes why lovers fruit salad lovers it is everybody's on happy this is in Calistoga that's right it is not a pretty sight this is highway twenty nine north bound right at tubs lane the northbound lanes are shut down because of a great spell this report brought to you by your northern California Honda dealers it's a special traffic alert from the C. H. P. meaning there is no estimated time for re opening so if you are north bound twenty nine in Calistoga looks like the C. H. B. as going to direct you over to Silverado trail in Sandra fell one one south bound at central St Revell the C. H. P. is clearing a solo cries from the right lane has been there for just over an hour but since traffic overall is light there is no back up in highway thirty seven east and west found no significant delays between of auto in Vallejo although I have had some reports from the phone force about some patchy fog along highway thirty seven the Altamont pass five eighty between Livermore and Tracy traffic is flowing smoothly both directions between Basco road in the five eighty two oh five split in Tracy and in San Jose traffic is at the limit on one a one to eighty and eight eighty highway seventeen looks good through the Santa Cruz mountains your northern California Honda dealers end of summer celebrations on now through September third enjoy your summer in style with a brilliant deal on any new Honda including the legendary civic the award winning a cord and sporty C. R. V. for details visit nor cal Honda dealers dot com next traffic update seven twenty eight on the traffic leader KCBS KCBS six day forecast mostly sunny today with a few clouds along the coast ties and lower seventies at the coast mid eighties for the bay nineties inland.
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"It's completely dark engine company affiliates price and coverage match is limited by state law CBS news time six forty eight we are on to the traffic watch now with Peter Schofield wine lovers are going to be horrified by this there is a great spill near Calistoga Peters got the details slowly humanity this is in Calistoga highway twenty nine north bound at tubs lane is special traffic alert from the C. H. P. the northbound lanes of highway twenty nine at tubs are shut down with no estimated time for re opening a spilled load of grapes is blocking the roadway and it looks like the CHP is setting up a detour northbound twenty nine right about Silverado trail so you can get around that in Sandra fell one one south bound at central St Revell the fire department was blocking the right lane until about two minutes ago and now it looks like it's clear that crash off to the Alexander offramp Concord is still a trouble spot this is six eighty north bound right about two forty two the two left lanes are blocked by this for car crash the CHP is waiting for the tow trucks to get into position until then you will have this back up north bound six eighty from monument Boulevard to the two forty two split and you don't need to be near a radio to hear us you can download the radio dot com Appan favorite KCBS and are always ready to take your call in the KCBS phone force that number is four one five three nine one KCBS three nine one five two two seven your next traffic update at six fifty eight on the travel leaders yeah the KCBS sixty forecast calling for a whole lot of sunshine throughout the afternoon today hi is getting into the low seventies at the beaches to the low nineties.
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"Need to speed it from the start that it's sparked the tubs fire at the time. The worst fire the state had ever see him on October twenty seventeen it began on Bennett lane near tubs lane outside calistoga and burned for fifteen miles all the way to Santa Rosa killing twenty two people. The fire broke out on the land of a woman named an zinc. When we went there the second day of the fire. She was out of town. We found a scorched area far from any PG power-poles. Now Cal fire. Investigators have determined. It was private electrical equipment on her property. Not owned or maintained by PG knee that caused that fire deputy director, Mike Muller tells KCBS investigators pinpoint it to a very distinct area and work from that area. And they had burned the evidence was pointing towards this was a on private property where the origin started and where the investigators determined. That's where it without governor Gavin Newsom says he accepts these finding. Entrusts Cal fire, but he knows many people devastated by the tubs fire may not many pleased. So maybe relieved there are other folks that are saying wait a second. Let me read that report. Let me challenge some of its pilots. I imagine we're going to hear a lot of folks question aspects of this sim among others wonders if this means PG knee will not need to declare bankruptcy because it's wildfire liabilities should decrease. But in a statement that utility says it still faces extensive location and a deteriorating financial situation, implying that it will Doug sovereign KCBS. An attorney working on behalf of thousands of people who lost loved ones and homes in the north bay. Firestorm. Says PG knee is still not off the hook in the tubs. Fire KCBS gentlemen, has that part of the story. So many people have sued PG that a San Francisco judge has consolidated the cases and appointed three lead attorneys together evidence, Michael Kelly. Here's one of them working on seventeen north bay fires including the tubs. Fire. He has been studying the Cal fire findings that PG any equipment did not cause it is interpretation. It means that peachy, and he doesn't have exposure under the doctrine of inverse condemnation, if it's not their infrastructure, but it doesn't relieve them from the failure to do what I think everybody believes should have been done on this occasion, which was de energize the lines in light of the two days of red flag warnings. He said if one of his clients were to call worried that they might not be able to recoup their losses from the tubs fire. He would tell them that very little has changed explains that Cal fire. Investigators look for violations of codes about things like trimming trees, but that they do not determine whether p janey exercised reasonable care. He says the attorneys are proceeding with their more than three thousand lawsuits. John, Elaine KCBS. Meanwhile, KCBS has making gold three has been speaking to people who live and work in the area of calistoga whether tubs fire started the fire came right up to Beth summers nights valley home came right? Down the hill behind us and fire department was the right time. She spent fifteen months angry at California's largest utility and now with the Caldera declaration. Yes, it surprises me. I thought it was PG. And she says she still feels angry at them a little down the road at envy winery, Aaron says, even though PG, and he has been cleared in this fire. It's not going to do much for their reputation around here. No, they're actually probably going to get mad at it. They're probably going to say that. I'm sure there's a lot of people that are that are not going to agree with that report. I mean, I can't even tell you the kind of wild rumors that we're flying around at the time about who started. The fires in wireless started the fire. Is it just exposes a lot? I think about how people think in general he Jean-Yves out. In a statement quote. We are committed to assessing our infrastructure to further enhance safety and help protect all of the customers we serve from the ever increasing threat of wildfires in calistoga, Megan gold, speak KCBS, just ahead on KCBS..
"calistoga" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"And I was thinking about that actually yesterday Paris. Just in terms of the Chris Mack John Calipari dynamic, and what it will become. I was just I was wondering like I was thinking what Patino and Cal grew into over the past decade. And I thought five years from now of calistoga Kentucky and makistill luvell. What will the state of that rivalry be like they are? It's weird because Patino and Cal and a lot of ways we're very different, but very similar and in a completely different way. I feel that of MAC and Cal I think that that MAC and Calipari are built more likely to actually gel and and get along. I think you'll see that. Obviously, the rivalries the rivalry from the fan's perspective. And it's still a great one for the Kentucky. Louisville fans that wanna claim this is the best in college basketball. I don't disagree with that. If you want to say, it's the most heated amongst the fan base. I still think Duke and Carolina just means the most in college basketball, arguably, it means the most in college athletics because if you want to say, it's Ohio State, Michigan, Alabama, Auburn football or whomever else. They wanna throw out there. Those are undeniably big in college football is huge. But Duke UNC seems to transcend on a national level beyond what any of those other rivalries mean. I'm completely veering off the course here. But what I think this is what I think about when we don't have a lot of games. And I know we were coming up on a halfway interesting weekend. I think Louisville is going to put up a pretty damn good fight here. I think Kentucky's the better team. This is perfectly placed for MAC and the cars, and that they get this first opportunity at home max verse year with you Avril they get the Wildcats coming in. I think it'll be a pretty close competitive game luvell is better than I think people realize particularly on the offense and Jordan Awara has been great. I know we haven't talked ton about the cards yet this season they've been good. I mean, they haven't been great haven't been terrible. They've been good. Losses are at Tennessee and Marquette both in Brooklyn. They should have won the Marquette game. I know we talked about that on the podcast. They had that game on the officials kind of ripped it from them. And then they lost a tight one squeaker at Indiana earlier this month. So I think it will be close. You lose gonna be donning these different uniforms, by the way, I saw them unveiled on Twitter. They're actually pretty slick. I think it's awesome. So I think it'll be close. And you didn't ask me prediction? But I'm gonna give you one. I'll take maybe against my better judgment. But I really like what I saw in Chicago GP, I will take Kentucky to win this. And I got a weird feeling that we're gonna we're gonna be talking on Sunday night about. Hey, that was that was really one of the better UK U L rivalry games of the past twenty years or so gimme Kentucky along the lines of seventy one sixty eight when I think will be pretty close from start to finish. I don't know if it'll be one of the better Kentucky level we've had in recent history. But I'm certain it'll be better than last season's do you? Remember that one? Yeah. It was terrible. Arable, dude. I was there and not only was there. I was there and exhausted. I booked the trip to go to Lexington for Kentucky level because it was going to be David Padgett first game in this big rival Kentucky Louisville. It's big no matter what. And I think it might have been a CBS game. So I booked a trip and found out I don't know five days after I'd already booked the trip that I had to do sideline on LSU. Memphis the night before FedEx four, so I had to change my flight..
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"As some of those high winds from aloft make it down to the surface wind gusts to Guthrie gusts that can happen in a matter of minutes. I don't know if you've been in a situation where the wind suddenly pick up, but it can happen in a matter of minutes, so much more it we're not talking our to our changes. We're talking maybe five minutes to five minutes changes. And once those changes kick in like, I say probably too late to do anything. So instead what we do is try to determine when and where those stronger winds are going to happen. And get ahead of the problem. How good are forecasters at forecasting wind conditions. Well, we used to kinds of models to develop this information. The first time will tell us things like they'll be fire weather. Conditions over all of California in general, those models have been under development since about nineteen fifty. So they've gotten very good at giving us, let's say a five day window of when we think the fire weather conditions are going to happen. And then we use a newer generation of models to give us fine scale information about the winds on particular ridge tops and mountain tops and valleys, and they are getting much better. But they're still not perfect. The atmosphere is extremely complicated. And we don't always get the forecast perfectly. Right. So I think for people in calistoga it didn't get as windy quite as expected. And that's a good thing. Go I'm just curious about the data inputs to these models. So we've heard talk that PGA itself is putting in more weather stations. How much raw data? Does it take to? Feed these models and how much of it. Do we have available? Well, it takes gobs of data. That's not a very scientific the better. You know, what the conditions are at the beginning of your weather forecast simulation, the more accurate in generally your forecast is going to be. And so you may know what conditions are like at Napa airport. But that doesn't tell you what's going on. A few hundred feet above on the rich top. So the more micro scale observations, we can get the better the forecast will be and that's something we've known for decades for doing things like forecasting just say west coast weather, when there's this vast ocean to the west and no observations in it, professor bridge, your thank you for your time and your insight this morning, Alison bridgier, professor and sheriff San Jose state's department of meteorology and climate science KCBS news time nine thirty six. Our traffic and weather update is next. Did you hear the news metro PCS is now metro by team mobile.
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"Traffic sponsored by the Al car camp. The only security camera that provides instant HD video for crashes traffic stops and breaking it over to Alcom dot com to learn how can protect you and your car day tell Cam dot com. Here's from the Chilton auto body traffic desk, there is a grass fire spotted on a hillside in the calistoga area. So it's along highway twenty nine around tubs. Elaine doesn't seem to be affecting traffic as yet south eighty. There's lots of slow traffic through Oakland. We started with a car fire near sixty sixth avenue. Traffic got heavy through downtown. And now within that flow traffic there is an accident near sixteen avenue for San Francisco. Fremont street is expected to remain closed. Well in the next week, the reopening of the off ramp bus line from Fremont street is tentatively scheduled for October ninth. The better news is that currently the metering lights are green into town though. There is heavy traffic from treasure. Island off the upper deck of the bay bridge. Brooks on. Eighty you'll see when our earnings go up, we earn more. So if you then pod squeaking whiteboard marker. Easily one of the most annoying office noises. There is right up there with the woman who taps her pen like she's doing drum solo at a sold out arena. At monster. We can't stop those types of noises, but we can quiet all the noise around finding the right talent. You know, the noise we're talking about all you're trying to do is fill rules for your company. But instead you're being inundated with reps from job sites. Trying to sell you one size fits all products. You don't need and your inbox is full of candidates. He'd never even consider monster cuts through that noise..
"calistoga" Discussed on KSRO
"Sweat and tears. Onstage, oh my goodness yeah a sweat. Was, always my favorite yeah. I, can't imagine guy yeah but but the they have a new lead singer as does happen with. Groups over fifty years Bo Bice is. His name I know, that name yeah so did I that's why, I, had, to look it up. He's the guy. That. Went up against Carrie Underwood yeah. I, in American idol so. He, is now the lead singer of blood sweat and tears that should be great tonight he's probably. Never heard of the band Well you know. What goes up must come down spinning Well we're checking off calistoga road at gates road and it's a crash there according to the CHP and, looking at the details roadway is blocked three vehicles involved and you should avoid the. Area if you, possibly can calistoga road at gates road other than that we're looking really good as you. Make your way. From Sebastian bowl to Taty one sixteen that's just fine one zero one northbound coming out of rohnert park, towards Santa Rosa without a hitch so far this morning. We'll see what that looks like, an hour from now next update will be at six. Fifty, five Daniel truce now with, your KSL row forecast Well, we do have sunny skies for. This week, today topping. Out, at eighty six sixty seven on the coast of few morning clouds but. That's really it mostly clear skies tonight low fifty three mid eighties for Wednesday and Thursday Friday Saturday closer to or just above the. Ninety, degree Mark round seventy on the coast just feels consistently hot doesn't it feels like August after all in Petaluma fifty degrees this morning Windsor fifty two and, fifty one in Santa Rosa and yeah smoke advisory continues through Thursday as a result. Of the fallout, from the Mendocino county fires it's six forty seven at k. SRO and coming up next. A listen to. The late night mash up hey folks Hello I'm Joyce.
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"One residual delays in. Highway twenty nine, northbound south of Washington street calistoga area, all lanes open now after an. Accident at that location we're looking at it just plain old. Slow up and over the mare island bridge heading out of Vallejo heading westbound on thirty seven it clears up pretty much right beyond the lane merge and you have no major, problems past cinema raceway and all the way to. Novado on that roof swath through pedal Luma though elite Ville highway. Basically to stain your road you'll see a lot, of brake lights through that patch this morning next update's going to be at six forty five Daniel jersey us now with your forecast Warm temperatures. Are continuing today topping at eighty seven degrees sixty eight on the coast should be sunny after a few morning clouds. Clear skies tonight low fifty three mid eighties expected. For, Thursday for Wednesday and Thursday that's got to head of ourselves around seventy on the coast fifty one degrees in Windsor and in Sebastian poll this morning lots of fog on the. Deck to fifty, two in Santa Rosa it's six thirty, seven at k. SRO the Mendocino. Complex fire burning in Mendocino and lake counties now at over. Sixty eight thousand acres new numbers are expected just after seven o'clock the combined to ranch and river fires nearly doubled in size and a twelve hour period Sunday night both remain, at about five percent contained seven homes three outbuildings. Have been destroyed more than ten thousand are still threatened by that. Blaze and that's pumped more evacuation orders, these women, from lake port. Are waiting for word Roughly two thousand fire personnel are battling those flames no injuries have been reported, cause of the fire is, still under investigation at least six people are dead as. The car fire rages near Redding Shasta county fire chief Mike Hebron says the firefighters battling, the blaze or part of the, community.