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"carteret county" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Buzz online and and in the medical community that perhaps young kids are going without health insurance especially some of the poorer Americans and poor families that have kids bases there's growing evidence that fewer kids are insured under. Mary Alice Parchin Washington we've learned of a sixth death linked to ease cigarettes fifty something individual in Kansas with underlying health issues the American lung association is the latest to issue a warning there saying that E. cigarettes are not safe and can cause irreversible lung damage they're saying young people are particularly at risk because their lungs are still developing the Surgeon General is calling this a youth E. cigarette epidemic ABC's Adrian banker at more than four hundred fifty long cases nationwide link to vapor his former trainer is suing troubled footballer Antonio brown alleging he sexually assaulted her on three occasions round just signed with the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots after being fired by the Oakland Raiders serving grumbles about this over the weekend there are people that texted me that something's going on it sounded fishy the whole situation you don't know that it's going to wind up in a lawsuit but the patriots are processing all this reading through everything in trying to figure out what is the best thing to do from this point on ESPN's Adam Schefter brown's lawyer says brown's denied the accusations and plans to counter sue fifty six year old Victoria private jailed in Carteret county North Carolina charge with tying up for sixty one year old husband Thomas robin pulling a knife in castrating him motive unclear deputies were able to recover the body part Mr probably taken to a hospital in Greenville North Carolina for surgery you're listening to ABC news seven seven see the end of the T. M. J. bill I thought we had a twelve management studio.
"carteret county" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"And talk about a great way to wrap up the work week we're seeing lots of sunshine and a few clouds begin to build and though as we get into this evening there will be a weak cold front it slides across the area into this evening bringing a straight chance for a shower too but the good news is most of us will stay dry as will eventually drop off into the mid sixties for those overnight lows as we look ahead for your weekend it looks great Saturday and Sunday will see partly to mostly sunny skies each day with highs in the mid to upper eighties at your updated forecast on WLKY meteorologist Chris Johnson it's sunny and eighty three our top story the west Nile virus is spreading across southern Indiana people who become infected with the virus may experience fever headaches and body aches before recovering fully officials say residents should continue to take precautions to avoid being bitten by mosquitoes home owner should also maintain grass and shrubs that may harbor the insects during the day any questions regarding Miskito is in the area can be directed to the Harrison County health department Jerry bloom newsradio eight forty WHAS little water is asking people to avoid a portion of fourth street after a water main break tore it up the break happen your university point apartments on the U. of L. campus the road is visibly rippled and torn up hurricane Dorian now a category one storm his hit coastal towns and cities in north and South Carolina winds are blowing at about ninety miles per hour with heavy rain and flood waters accompanying it I'm Jim crystalline Morehead city North Carolina even as Dorian continues to move away the storm's threat will continue the National Weather Service is warning of life threatening storm surge up to seven feet here in coastal Carteret county along the southern Outer Banks there will also be the chance of more tornadoes Dorian will also continue to generate twenty five to thirty foot seas well off shore that's Jim crystal Emily Mullins originally from Letcher county Kentucky lives in Morehead city North. Alaina she tells W. K. Y. T. hurricane Florence last year was worse than Dorian when I walked in the neighborhood at Florence it was devastating and this. looks nothing like that this is so this is very manageable.
"carteret county" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"Desperate by the our our own morgan chessy was able to make it to the battered great avocado island today he'll join us with a full report in just a few minutes tenets as we mentioned the national hurricane center forecast is just out for that. We have our own meteorologist bill karen's extending his day into our our broadcast tonight. Hey bill thanks brian. The new advisory is in no big surprises. We continue to watch the storm that is moving right along the coast. We've been saying that for what four days now and this is is now the eighth day in a row that we've been calling this hurricane doreen we have about twelve hours left and then it will be passed the outer banks and up to this point. I'd i'd say most people in the carolinas in georgia and florida would say this has been a minor hurricane. We'll wait and see you tonight. As we get a possible landfall. It has one little punch. I left for carteret county in the outer banks so one hundred mph winds maximum sustained possibility could still get about one ten to one fifteen and this is what we like to see. We're finally moving this thing northeast at thirteen miles per hour and it's going to begin to accelerate towards morehead city in the outer banks again about twelve hours. It'll be passed cape hatteras. I so let's get into the forecast cone in the hurricane center had it making landfall over areas right around morehead city to cape lookout the beaufort the area and now they've shifted just a little bit further offshore so we're not even guaranteed. There were definitely gonna get that. Landfall doesn't really matter as much you know the reason we concerned about that as some of the strongest winds are right in the core of the eye and so we could get more wins on shore so every mile we can inside offshore better and as i said ninety mph winds by the time we get to about six to the eight a._m. Tomorrow morning weakening down to a category one and the outer banks can deal with a category what they're used to getting hit by the storm but once every four years and the building codes are very strict so i would not see a lot of wind which category one on the outer banks the speaking of the winds. Myrtle beach has been in the fifties for hours. It's like tropical storm that will never end and but you didn't have extreme winds willington not bad at all. This is as close as a storms into get you in. You're only at forty three mile per hour. Wind you notice there's still strong out we keep saying the core of the storm well this one buoy out here disgusted eighty nine miles per hour and that would be enough to do some damage it was on land but the core is offshore and we'll have to see if this band of heavy rain on the outside side of it will rotate inland into carter county a little later so right now cape lookout city. You're forty eight to fifty five. Maybe some scattered power outages as we go throughout the night. This is is poised at six a._m. So then we have that path possibly just south of this region the heaviest stuff heading up towards cape hatters so it's gonna fly but we still could get gust to seventy five ninety five miles per hour and then by the time we get to about ten a._m. That's when it starts to head out to sea still obviously very heavy rain and that should be one of the issues that we go throughout the nights is how much rainfalls how quickly and do we get some of that flash flooding with this storm so brian. I'd say overall especially when you see what's happened in the bahamas. We're fairing pretty well and as the storm continues the weekend and i think.
"carteret county" Discussed on WTVN
"In North Carolina have announced two more deaths linked to tropical storm Florence bringing the total to seven these two victims died Friday morning in Harper's island in Carteret county. ABC's Jim Ryan in Wilmington has details on some of the other victims of the storm. Not since nineteen Fifty-eight has the city seen a wind as strong as the one hundred five mile an hour gusts that blasted in just before Florence's landfall, the wind toppled a huge tree onto a house killing a woman and her baby inside elsewhere a woman suffered a fatal heart attack when paramedics couldn't get to or through the debris Florence dumped nearly twenty four inches of rain so far on Newport, North Carolina with much more expected more than nine hundred thousand utility customers in the Carolinas are without power femurs expected to provide an update later this morning. Meanwhile, the top democrat in the house says the federal government is ready to help house minority leader Nancy Pelosi promise support for the east coast states impacted by Florence, but she says the federal government failed. Other Americans in the aftermath of Maria steer. Pelosi blasted President Trump worse. Tweet calling the revised death toll in Puerto Rico a political ploy by Democrats to make him look bad. And really so sad for the president and salt to the wounds making the most unfortunate statement that he may be calling it unacceptable. Kenneth moton. ABC news Washington Friday night. President Trump on Twitter again question that death toll is secretary of state Mike Pompeo, accusing his predecessor John Kerry of undermining American policy on Iran by meeting with some Iranian officials. What secretary Kerry has done is unseemly an unprecedented. Carey tweeted, the president should be more worried by Paul Manafort meeting with special counsel, Robert Muller as Manafort, the former Trump campaign chair agreed to cooperate with Muller as part of a guilty plea to federal crimes on Friday. You're listening to ABC news..
"carteret county" Discussed on KOMO
"I'm Brian Clark. Authorities in North Carolina have announced two more deaths linked to tropical storm Florence bringing the total to seven these two victims died Friday morning in Harper's island in Carteret county. ABC's Jim Ryan in Wilmington has details on some of the other victims of the storm not since nineteen Fifty-eight has the city a wind as strong as the one hundred five mile an hour gusts that blasted in just before Florence's landfall, the wind toppled a huge tree onto a house killing a woman and her baby inside elsewhere a woman suffered a fatal heart attack. When paramedics couldn't get to through the debris Florence dumped nearly twenty four inches of rain so far on Newport, North Carolina with much more expected more than nine hundred thousand utility customers in the Carolinas are without power FEMA is expected to provide an update later this morning. Meanwhile, the top democrat in the house says the federal government is ready to help house minority leader Nancy Pelosi promise support for the east coast states impacted by Florence, but she says the federal government fell. Other Americans in the aftermath of Maria steer. Pelosi blasted President Trump his tweet calling the revised death toll in Puerto Rico a political ploy by Democrats to make him look bad. And really so sad for the president to add salt to the wounds making the most unfortunate statement that he may Pelosi calling it unacceptable. Kenneth moton. ABC news Washington Friday night. President Trump on Twitter again question that death toll is secretary of state Mike Pompeii accusing his predecessor John Kerry of undermining American policy on Iran by meeting with Iranian officials. What secretary Kerry has done is unseemly and unprecedented. Carey tweeted, the president should be more worried by Paul Manafort meeting with special counsel, Robert Muller as Manafort, the former Trump campaign chair agreed to cooperate with Muller as part of a guilty plea to federal crimes on Friday. You're listening to ABC news. It's time to join the millions of people using zoom. Videoconferencing, turn any.
"carteret county" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Clark. Authorities in North Carolina announced two more deaths linked to tropical storm Florence bringing the total to seven these two victims died Friday morning and Harper's island in Carteret county. ABC's Jim Ryan in Wilmington has details on some of the other victims of the store. Not since nineteen fifty eight has the city seen a wind as strong as the one hundred five mile an hour gusts that blasted in just before Florence's landfall, the win toppled a huge tree onto a house killing a woman and her baby inside elsewhere a woman suffered a fatal heart attack when paramedics couldn't get to or through the debris. Florence is nearly twenty four inches of rain so far on Newport, North Carolina with much more expected more than nine hundred thousand utility customers in the Carolinas are without power FEMA is expected to provide an update later this morning. Meanwhile, the top democrat in the house says the federal government is ready to help house minority leader Nancy Pelosi promise support for the east coast states impacted by Florence, but she says the federal government. Other Americans in the aftermath of Maria last year. Pelosi blasted President Trump wars tweet calling the revised death toll in Puerto Rico, a political ploy by Democrats to make him look bad for the president and salt to the wounds by making the most unfortunate statement that he may the calling it unacceptable. Kenneth moton. ABC news Washington Friday night. President Trump on Twitter again question at death toll is secretary of state Mike Pompeo, accusing his predecessor John Kerry of undermining American policy on Iran by meeting with some Iranian officials. What secretary Kerry has done is unseemly and unprecedented. Carey tweeted, the president should be more worried by Paul Manafort meeting with special counsel, Robert Muller as Manafort, the former Trump campaign chair agreed to cooperate with Muller as part of a guilty plea to federal crimes on Friday. You're listening to ABC news. Hey, it's gamble and the other day and experience of going out to dinner with a friend of mine, I was showing some photos on my phone. He had to switch his regular glasses to reading glasses just to be able to see a phone on my phone..
"carteret county" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Three boulder. Home of the Broncos KOA, NewsRadio iheartradio station. From ABC news. I'm Brian Clark. Authorities North Carolina have announced two more deaths linked to tropical storm Florence bringing the total to seven these two victims died Friday morning in Harper's island in Carteret county. ABC's Jim Ryan in Wilmington has details on some of the other victims of the storm. Not since nineteen Fifty-eight has the city seen a wind as strong as the one hundred five mile an hour gusts that blasted in just before Lawrence's landfall, the wind toppled a huge tree onto a house killing woman and her baby inside elsewhere a woman suffered a fatal heart attack. When paramedics couldn't get to or through the debris Florence's dumped nearly twenty four inches of rain so far on Newport, North Carolina with much more expected more than nine hundred thousand utility customers in the Carolinas are without power FEMA is expected to provide an update later this morning. Meanwhile, the top democrat in the house says the federal government is ready to help house minority leader Nancy Pelosi promise support for the east coast states impacted by Florence, but she says the federal government failed. Other Americans in the aftermath of Maria steer. Pelosi blasted President Trump his tweet calling the revised death toll in Puerto Rico a political ploy by Democrats to make him look bad. And really so sad for the president and salt to the wounds making the most unfortunate statement that he may be calling it unacceptable. Kenneth moton. ABC news Washington Friday night. President Trump on Twitter again question that death toll is secretary of state Mike Pompeo, accusing his predecessor John Kerry of undermining American policy on Iran by meeting with Iranian officials. What secretary Kerry has done is unseemly and unprecedented. Carey tweeted, the president should be more worried by Paul Manafort meeting with special counsel, Robert Muller as Manafort, the former Trump campaign chair agreed to cooperate with Muller as part of a guilty plea to federal crimes on Friday. You're listening to ABC news..
"carteret county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Up the Appalachians to the Ohio Pennsylvania line, and then lots of rain across Pennsylvania and up to towards Boston. We do also have some scattered showers up and down to thirty five been that way all night long pretty much in Texas, not intense stuff, but certainly wedding parts of the thirty five in Texas. It's leading up a little bit now and concentrated a little bit more in the southern end of Texas, and he got those heavy showers and thunderstorms moving out of eastern Minnesota into Sault Sainte, Marie Michigan. This has been America's trucking network. This is the home of the reds seven hundred wwl w. Traffic and weather. Radio seven hundred w ELL Cincinnati. Over twenty thousand people are in Red Cross shelters as tropical storm Florence banners. The southeast. This is the five o'clock report. I'm Troy Adams breaking now dangerous storm surge. Heavy rain, and it tends winds continued to pummel the Carolinas is Florence slowly moves inland. More from ABC news. Tropical storm Florence now. Creeping along the Carolina coast, sixty mile an hour winds are causing heavy damage and rains and storm surger hitting some areas with coastal and freshwater flooding Ed Crump with our affiliate station in Wilmington North Carolina reports from Greenville on the tar river amazing to be this far from the coast and for that storm to be able to push water so far up here. It is. Now storm surge combined with the rain 'cause we've had a significant amount of rain since the storm started yesterday when the storm I started coming in. It was all storm surge that we saw down there. There was very little rain. But there's obviously been a lot in the last twenty four hours in Carteret county, North.
"carteret county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"And welcome back to our special coverage of hurricane Florence now. Tropical storm Florence still bringing lots of wind and rain to areas, and we're still seeing the total is just pile up and people still without power actually, seven hundred seventy seven thousand people across our state without power this morning. Twenty eight thousand Wake County twenty-five thousand around that in Johnston county in one hundred and thirteen thousand in Wilmington still suffering after this storm that is relentless. Yeah. And you can see the Doppler radar behind us him best the current picture. Just doesn't want to leave. It just kinda lingers lingers lingers. So we continue with our live reporters in the field. If you're watching yesterday, you may have seen a a rescue that took grown. That's right. Julie Wilson was in new Bern and she saw family that needed help with a dog. And they're picking it up and taking that dog out the dog didn't wanna leave its companion. That was in a house that was injured. So. Julie's stepped in. And she she did some incredible duty they're in rescue dog. And she's a big dog lover. And so this was a labor of love for her and Julie Wilson has now moved onto Greenville. And let's go to her live now and talk more about what happened there and what's going on in Greenville right now. Good morning. Julie. Good morning to you, John. I'll give you an update on that injured dog. It was able to make it out of that home safely. The owner quite worried didn't wanna leave their dogs behind here in Greenville, not quite the same that we saw in newborn. You can see behind me that the power is on Pitt county from what we can see here in Greenville. It looks good. We've been done a few roads, we went by the tar river the tar river did not look like it was up in rushing. But I want to go ahead and show you a little bit of what we saw yesterday in new Bern. We are going to try to get back into newborn day. But I will tell you is hopeful as we are being really cautious. We're going to wait until daylight on us because the road yesterday coming into Greenville gosh, it took us a while to get here. The water was starting to come up over the roads. And there was trees that had been over the roads cut out with some friendly folks with their chainsaw. But there are a few other trees that were considering falling across the roads. And no doubt if the winds and the rains picked up they undoubtedly did what we saw yesterday in new Bern. Was several things we saw businesses that had clearly had water up in them and business owners will be returning to that. We saw at least one business where the roof had collapsed on itself in the second story fallen into the first story and smashed everything out despite the owner of that business, boarding up their windows and walls. It didn't prove to be very helpful when it came to Florence and her wins and her rains what go over to the new Bern, marina right now and show you video from there yesterday, we were kind of over the Trent river is it was considering going in and out and eventually votes in the newborn, marina met their feats have could not withstand that there, and you can see in that video. They're struggling to stay above the water. Want wanna give you an update now on Carteret county information that is around new Pertz, North Carolina. Newport, that's about ten miles north west morehead city. We're learning in that area. There was at least thirty six rescues happening overnight. At least nine animal rescues. They are expecting that number to rise many people still trapped in their homes. We do not know how many, but we do know that rescue operations in that area. They have been suspended rescue workers are going to start back up this morning there suspended because frankly, right now, it's just not safe to go out and rescue people. So that is the latest from Carteret county the back here in Greenville live pit county area. Greenville looks pretty good. We've been looking for roads that are flooded with not come across any yet Bill. You know, where a road is split wheat me, Julie ABC eleven and we'll get that information out for folks. So they'll just avoid those roads here in Greenville, John and Barbara. Thank you. We'll be checking back with you. Thank you. And it's not your TV that they're having a little issue with their cameras who might look little fuzzy. That's not your television. All right pictures of the rising. Newport river check this out up to the base of the bridge on highway seventy in Newport in Carteret county, going past the bridge westbound water covering highway seventy along with as you see here, some businesses they're making the road impassable. We also have pictures of Roberts road around one o'clock this morning and a picture along Chatham street around one fifteen and this is the situation. Five people have died in our state has resulted the battering effects of Florence in the last twenty four hours and now officials warn of catastrophic flooding in the days ahead, here's polo Sandovol reporting now from Lumberton even after the rain stops and foreign eventually dissipates the their communities throughout the Carolinas tutoring here in Lumberton North Carolina were on Friday, we witnessed something truly incredible where neighbors came together to try to defend her committee. From Florence as we saw strangers came together sandbanks buried under an overpass along interstate ninety five. See that location had been identified as a problem spot when hurricane Matthew swept through the region two years ago that is when a water essentially much of the community on the west side of the city. So this time is determined not to let that happen again. And all. Social media for people to come together to join city workers. Now, they are with their families waiting for the worst to be over the weather. Potential. The forecast calling through some of the rivers and streams in the region to reach matrix. CNN? Carolina ended overnight breaking news situation here a tree fell on a house. This is in the leesville area on farm ridge road. Couple any young girl were sleeping there were all together in the master bedroom. When the tree fell pin them to the bed. Actually, luckily, no-one seriously hurt and in Fayetteville two people killed in a house fire. This is the Brentwood neighborhood. It's believed a couple who lived in the home died. We also learned that a firefighter in this situation was taken to Kate for valley medical center. Fortunately, that firefighter has only minor injuries. We're trying to figure out why right now what caused this fire storm related or something else. But we continue to follow. It. Look for updates on air and online tragic story there in Wayne County, a flash flood emergency an emergency evacuation at the willow creek nursing home in Goldsboro the nursing home bringing in two buses to move the patients half of them to Greensboro and the other half to Smithfield. We're learning that actually Wayne County leaders suggested they evacuate that. Facility sooner since it is in a flood zone. But apparently, they did not. And now they're having to respond. Service situation. All right. Let's continue our live coverage now with our reporters in the field. Gloria Rodriguez was situated in Lumberton yesterday. And she's back again today. Brings the latest. Yes. Well, john. Just a few minutes ago by polo Sandovol any mention what was happening yesterday. We got to see that. It was pretty incredible. Lumberton Baptist church. There were members of the national guard that came together, but also just people in the quickly. Started filling the sand bags, and basically they were placing them in a gap in the levee on the railroad tracks, and they feel that that could prevent some of the flooding during hurricane Matthew just a couple of years ago. So wasn't credible. The Senate community coming together to help their neighbors. Surprisingly right here. I've seen power at Lumberton town center. So you look around there's so light on here as well. As in the community will we've been driving around. I know that us personally we're seeing in our hotel lost power yesterday. And so there's a lot of people here in the state do not have power and people going through a lot right now because of the flooding because of the rain from hurricane Florence, but want you to check out what's going on here at the parking lot at the Lumberton counts. And I look at all of this water that started to accumulate here starting to see a little bit of flooding here at the town center. And of course, that's a big here here is that there could be more flooding like there was during hurricane Matthew where much. In the town was underwater. And we're just today. Obviously starting to see that accumulation. But if you look back there, it is dark, so maybe hard to see, but the entire parking lot for the most part covered in water where I'm standing, but there are certain dry patches. So not everywhere is their water. But the other thing we're seeing also debris throughout the area. So you want to be very careful if you are driving, obviously, you want to stay off the roads if you can, but you might come across debris, even on the freeways the interstates. If you are having to get on the roads for work. That's something that you'll come across would be very very careful if you're having to drive out there right now. But of course, we're going to stay out here in Lumberton and let you know what's going on. And if anybody has anything that you want us to check out or look into just go ahead and send us a Facebook messenger. Twitter message. My Twitter handle is Gloria ABC eleven and Facebook, Gloria Rodriguez w TVD John, Barbara. Thank you. Thank you, Laura. All right. Also, she was talking about power outages in the. Wilmington area. More than one hundred and thirteen thousand customers without power there in a Rivera has been reporting for us from riceville beach in Wilmington all this week. And she's live again this morning. Good morning to you. How you doing? What's going on there? Good morning. We're currently on market street in Wilmington and we've noticed a major damage throughout the city, but one in particular is a sonic on market street. Take a look at how large.
"carteret county" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"From ABC news. I'm Todd at in Carteret county, North Carolina. There have been thirty six rescues overnight. And at least nine animal rescues. We're hearing that there are still people trapped and all overnight rescue operations have been suspended. The majority of these rescuers have occurred in Newport North Carolina as tropical storm Florence moves inland. The new flash flood emergency has been issued for parts of onslaught Dublin county in North Carolina. Locally one foot of rain has already formed fall in this area. ABC's Ashley good on the shore and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. As we rolled out. We noticed that river city's fire alarms were going off. And that is one thing that we have seen a couple of times while driving up and down the street. We got in touch with Mark Crear that city of Myrtle Beach, public information officer who did tell us that alarm has been going on for two days straight at a tornado watch in effect till seven AM this morning in North Carolina. Where power outages are affecting nearly eight hundred thousand customers one hundred and twenty seven thousand out in South Carolina, Scott iceberg from our affiliate station. W P D E reports from George. Town on the South Carolina shore, we drove in some down tree limbs leaves and small branches that were in the road to look out for a one thing that you did not have to look out for was people. Nobody on the road at all the curfew is in effect in the police are pulling people over if they decide to go out of their houses and drive around. But here on Front Street dead quite here at least five people have died because of the storm President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort now cooperating with Robert Muller who entered a plea guilty plea actually a plea deal with the special counsel pleading guilty to two counts of conspiracy. Prosecutors described abroad cooperation agreement covering any and all matters the government deems relevant that will likely include the now infamous Trump Tower meeting Donald Trump junior, Jared, Kushner and Manafort sitting down with a Kremlin connected attorney. They were told had dirt on Hillary Clinton as Pierre Thomas. This is ABC news confused by all the talk about a good night's sleep. There's a lot of new mattress companies, but they're all missing something. They're missing expertise. Introducing tomorrow, the new mattress and sleep system from Certa Simmons bedding tomorrow.
"carteret county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Tomorrow forty in the triangle wind gusts and again with the rain coming down still in many spots. Get those gusts the saturated ground more trees could come down as well. Wind gusts thirty near the border, and again, we're if we haven't shattered it yet. It's only a matter of minutes or hours before we do because we've got a report from Carteret county of twenty three inches of rain from Florence and the all time record from tropical storm or hurricane is from foreign of another Floyd in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine and that was near Wilmington with twenty four inches of rain. And that's about to be obliterated. If it hasn't already some of the river stages. That's going to be the issue after the rain moves out or. Even before, but they're gonna start to see some flooding snooze newspaper at Smithfield. Moderate flooding there at eighteen point four Monday. If it crested that remember, this is based on the rain is falling. The rain is projected to fall in these numbers could change at Goldsboro flood states eighteen feet for the news forecasts crest Tuesday at twenty eight and a half feet. That's below the record of twenty nine point seven something like that. Which was with was Matthew, but that's going to cause major flooding in Goldsboro, unfortunately and the Cape fear river in Fayetteville forecast crest above the level at this point of Matthew. This is subject to change because in Fayetteville now, you haven't had that much rain, but more is forecast quite a bit more. That's above the fifty eight plus foot stage that occurred with Matthew Cameron died out there. We're going to show you downtown Durham, but flood stage is going to be obviously a big issue. The lumber river in Lumberton to forecast to get very close to what it.
"carteret county" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"Still ahead we'll play for your and tells us about the victory of the Muller probe plus Florence downgraded to a tropical storm, but still poses threat of catastrophic flooding continues to dump rain on the affected area. Bill Cairns has the latest next. At least five people have died in what is now tropical storm Florence, which continues to batter the Carolina tonight. Wind gusts reaching over one hundred miles per hour today as Florence crawls along at just three miles per hour, which means dumping more than twenty inches of rain already in some regions up to forty inches protected and other areas. High tide will hit in the next few hours tonight as storm surge and flooding remain major concerns and b. c. news meteorologist Bill cairn joins me now from the latest on tropical storm foreign Bill, how are things looking? We're halfway through the Maratha. Isn't that sad? Only halfway through this, this ridiculous. We're through the part where the winds are going to do a lot of the damage we're through about seventy five eighty percent of the part where the storm surge is going to do damage. And now we're just going to watch the rain in the rivers through about Wednesday of next week. Some of these are going to crush Wednesday next week. It's like five, six days from now. So here's the storm walking itself across the border from North Carolina into south. Carolina and the poor people up here in Carteret county and the craving county. Of course, Newburn was the story last night with all the water rescues people stuck on the roof waiting for rescue, but this feeder band has been over them for like twenty four straight hours. They can't believe how much rain is falling. They're under a flash flood emergency. We've had reports of almost twenty four inches of rain already, and it is still pouring. So for that reason, the map here shown in red is where we have flood warnings. We have flood emergencies in place, and that's almost the entire eastern half of North Carolina, and we'll wash those rivers coming up. Now. We don't care too much more about the winds that are doing any more damage, but the path of the storm at least is going to start to move to the west a little bit. And then we're gonna bring flooding threats areas. They Columbia Florence and also towards Charlotte, North Carolina in the days ahead. So then by the time we get into the mountains, that's not till Sunday. We could have problems with flooding even as far north as the mountains of Virginia, and then we'll bring a little bit of rain through the northeast Monday. Tuesday knew what mountains do when you get heavy rain. That's a bad recipe anytime, but that won't be until we get to Sunday and Monday, Chris, here's the. Timing. This is what it's in a look like on radar. This is as we go through Saturday morning. Notice Wilmington still raining Saturday morning, then the storm moves towards Columbia. Yeah, Wilmington still raining nine pm Saturday night. Then as we go through into Sunday morning, still band of rain over the top of Wilmington. That's why one of our computers saying we could get an additional thirty inches of rain in Wilmington. That's insane Lee. Hi..
"carteret county" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Being here tonight. I'm looking for getting us up to speed, good evening. Speed is the whole key word. This is a drift, a jog a walk. This is the long duration period of the storm where we have a slow moving strong hurricane inching towards the North Carolina coast is going to take about thirty six hours to finally get completely inland and for the destruction, the stop, and then we still have to deal with the rainfall and the rivers route through the weekend anyways. So currently the storm is located due south about morehead city, Atlantic beach, the Beaufort area of North Carolina, and you could see the outer bands. We've already seen some significant wind gusts inland and the heavy rains already pilot already one spot right around the landing beach, right where my figures locate here or reported a foot of rain, and we've just begun the storm. That's why we send. We're all said and done. Someone could get three, maybe four feet of rain. And how about this buoy near the center of the storm? Just had a wind. Gust one hundred twelve miles per hour. So yeah, everyone's been saying it was going to be a category, four. Then a three. Now it's only two hundred and twelve mile per hour. Wind will peel some roofs off if that makes it onto the coastline. So we could get some significant damage, but that's not the life threatening part of this storm likely it's going to be the surge and the flooding portion. So the winds are picking up and the power outages are starting to get more widespread last check, a hundred thousand people now without power in eastern North Carolina, and then majority of them are located here Carteret county. And then that will spread towards Wilmington as the winds begin to pick up right now at fifty two. So here's the latest from the Hurricane Center and this is the slow drift. On average, we walk about three or four miles per hour in five mile per hour, right? So it has ninety miles to go till it gets to the coast. So imagine heading out the door right now and go in for a ninety mile walk. That's how long it's gonna take for it to get to Wilmington. And that should happen sometime tomorrow morning. Maybe it's. Maybe a little bit after that, maybe towards the new. Our the Hurricane Center brings at two pm over the top of willing to. So roughly about noon, maybe ten AM is when we get the official landfall..
"carteret county" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"Bullies are now getting up there at hurricane strength. They're just off the coast. So the latest update in Hurricane Center, Windsor still at one hundred and five. A very healthy category to what's interesting is we have this is the satellite imagery. The top of the clouds on the thunderstorms are the coldest we color table those identified because the higher the clouds are in the sky that stronger the thunderstorms, the stronger the store and look at this burst of thunderstorms just to the north of the so s the first time we so on any signs of intensification or trying to organize in the last twenty four hours to storms been weakening. Now it's trying to feast a little bit on some of that warm water. We don't think it's going to have a big explosion in intensity, but it could go up a couple of notches just a little bit. So the Hurricane Center has it pretty much going west from here on out there was a jog to the north of the last hour or two. And every job to the north potentially puts the Beaufort morehead city area all the way back down to emerald isle in the northern I wall as we go through the overnight hours. I was hoping to avoid that for our friends there in Carteret county. But now it's looking possible you could be right on that know whether or not well, regardless Onslow county LeJeune you're going to go through that northern is we go through the middle of the night and then eventually the western I will head into right school beach, Carolina beach, the north topsil area. As we go throughout the early morning hours tomorrow, we were up to thirteen feet. We've taken it down just a little bit, but still a storm surge of seven to eleven feet. That's going to cause a lot of destruction, especially because rockets get one high tide cycle coming up later on tonight, we're going to have another one that we're going to go through tomorrow morning because the landfall may not even be until noon or so, or maybe ten or eight or nine AM to noon the morning..
"carteret county" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Sugarcoat. The fact that basically a category three sans three miles per hour, and hopefully up there they learned what we did look at the spaghetti models. Not the graphic pictures on TV of just spinning blob in a big number on it. Because really that didn't do any good. And it's really not too accurate. Strong cat to hurricanes. We just said about one hundred seventy miles east southeast of Wilmington. So it's really stayed on that track to it. It's going to the west northwest at twelve miles per hour. The outer bands have already begun as you as you just heard there kinda kinda lashing the coast line. Here's the NBC meteorologist Bill Karen's. Again, they have the storm coming towards the coast at about five AM in the morning, maybe with the I going right over the top of Wilmington that puts the worst storm surge and also the highest waves and went to the north of the center, right along the beaches here of Oslo county towards Carteret county could get hit the hardest. Would that storm surge? Here's what else hasn't changed. Ricky. I looked everywhere. This last news break here. Nobody is backing off that prediction of a thirteen foot storm surge. None of that has changed thirteen foot. And when it does come ashore. They're all still saying the exact same thing. This is not changed since day. One of the storm. What's it comes on board? What's it comes on shore here? It's just going to stay a blob and dump up to forty four. Oh, each's of rain. Not only that Wilmington North Carolina area. I mean spreading out over South Carolina to inter Regina. That's it. Oh, boy, it's an astronomical amount of rain. That's ridiculous. That would be if that comes through that'd be like worse than Vinnie Houston's situation there. Yeah. Which was horrific last year. Now, that's why you listen very closely. Vice President Mike Pence is words here we talked about the volunteer effort. That's needed. I get a pretty good feeling that FEMA the Red Cross. I mean, maybe the national guard has gotten the bug in the year of the administration is start the call now for volunteers. Because once this thing finally passes, they're going to need a ton of help because of the width of it. If you have the means.
"carteret county" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"Thursday, eight pm still as strong as it is right now tomorrow at this time. That's when we start to see the really nasty winds and the storm surge in the high waves arriving on the coastal areas of Carteret county to Oslo county. And then during the overnight hours to New Hanover county here, which includes the Wilmington area and then the storm will weaken during the day on Friday. You'll hear. Going down to a category. One eventually tropical storm as it goes in the South Carolina, and then it becomes a big rain problem. After we're done with the search. Notice the one thing it doesn't really stop or loop. It comes to a crawl, so at least it's slowly will progress. We no longer think it's going to completely stop and hit the brakes completely. So as far as storm surge, if we're gonna see, I'll unfortunately all those beautiful houses on the beaches at are up on the pilings. If we're going to see any damage to any of those with the wave action on top of the nine to thirteen foot storm surge, it's going to be in this area here. So this is bald head island here. This is the rights will be cherry whip, the topsil beach, and then we head up here towards ember Lyle, and then we'll go to Atlantic beach and then there's morehead city back behind it. So that's the area of greatest concern. And we have all these little waterways in here. We have on slow bay and then we have the panico sound the noose river that comes down here. We could have real big, huge problems with a consistent win piling that water up into the panico sound that areas. Well inland are going to have sore surge just as bad inland. And as they would on the coast and the high tide cycles, Thursday night at eleven thirteen should be bad. It'd be pretty high. The peak possibly could be towards lunch hour tomorrow. Friday at eleven forty, six. And if it's not then then it would be the one as we head towards midnight on Friday. So we only three high tide cycles to get through. And then as we head through the weekend Brian and we'll see the storm weakening slowly pushing away. We have the historic rainfall possibilities of three to four feet nice late at areas, especially coastal North Carolina. I have my eyes to in the mountains in North Carolina and one's ever spent any time in Asheville or a boon, some pretty high hills up there. And if we get that storm heading in your general direction, a quick ten inches of rain in high elevations can have a lot of issues far away from the coast. We learned a lot as usual Bill, Karen's. Thank you so much for that and all the other updates to our viewers. We will start the overnight coverage tomorrow night. When this broadcast is over, we will stay on duty and get into the storm coverage as it develops coming up as we. Track the storm or report of a new record set by this administration. Last thing before we go tonight. A piece of reporting from the New York Times that certainly gets your attention. It's about migrant children being held in custody in the US and we quote, even though hundreds of children separated from their families after crossing the border have been released under court order. The overall number of detained migrant children has exploded to the highest ever recorded a significant counter narrative to the Trump administration's efforts to reduce the number of undocumented families coming to the US population levels at federally contract shelters for migrant. Children have quietly shot up more than five poll fold since last summer according to data obtained by the times reaching a total of twelve thousand eight
"carteret county" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Billions of people are in the path of hurricane Florence. They've been ordered to evacuate. The storm surge is is gonna be big as much as twelve feet were expecting a lot of flooding as the storm kind of hovers on the eastern portions of the United States Griff Jenkins. He's checking in from North Carolina. Good morning. We have all the components guys here for a catastrophic life-threatening whether event that could last for days, let me show you why we had the hurricane winds one hundred and forty miles an hour or thereabouts expected to come across here. And certainly the outer northern bands you can hear a little bit of a rumbling behind me. I think that's not quite the storm yet. But you're gonna get the storm surge. Here's while they're saying nine to thirteen feet that is unbelievable as well as expected flooding because of the low lying inland. We have four rivers here. The Pamela co news Newport in tar rivers. There was absolutely flooded devastating. Lisa in two years ago. With hurricane Matthew. And then you've got the rainfall if this doesn't need stall input twenty five plus inches. It's going to be very dangerous, you know, two years ago, there are areas that still have not recovered in Kingston where the new river is there's places that were under twenty five feet of water in for the folks that tried to stay behind and ride it out here, they need to know one thing and that is there likely to be stranded. It is likely to be life threatening in that no one is coming to get them. That's why they have the evacuations here. Mandatory people have got to be up by eight o'clock tonight in Atlantic beach, and the surrounding Carteret county, the mayor Tim here in Atlantic beach. Richard quarter had this to say. We're asking people.