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Tropical Storm Isaias Brings "Enhanced" Tornado Risk And Possible Power Outages To New York City

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:22 min | 5 d ago

Tropical Storm Isaias Brings "Enhanced" Tornado Risk And Possible Power Outages To New York City

"We begin with tropical Storm DCs added this way after making landfall overnight North Carolina as a hurricane. It's a tropical storm now, but still has ah lot of dangerous components to it. Our chief meteorologist Craig Allen, in the Weather center, tracking it for us, Yes, it does. Even though Overland, there's still enough components and the water close enough by so that it's holding its own, and it's around 70 mile per hour winds. Sustained for the storm. I think most of our area is going to see 30 to 50 miles per hour sustained winds for about a 4 to 6 hour period this afternoon with gusto over 70 and some of the strongest wind gusts and the potential for water spouts would be right along the coast line, moving inland, so spit up little small spin up, tornadoes could occur just about anywhere in the region. There is a tornado watch in effect until four o'clock flash flooding is occurring in western Jersey, as well as portions of eastern Pennsylvania from the heaviest rain which will stay west of the city. But we'll get our downpours and the farther east to go. The less rain you'll see. But you'll have stronger winds. Where is on the other side of it? You'll have more rain and less of ah, damaging wind for the for the Western counties as we see it right now. Also, one thing to mention the coastal flood warning is still in effect for title flooding in times of high tide late this afternoon and this evening, especially up the Jersey shore to the south shore of Long

Chief Meteorologist Western Jersey North Carolina Craig Allen Weather Center Pennsylvania
Houston region likely to avoid major impacts of Tropical Storm Hanna

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Houston region likely to avoid major impacts of Tropical Storm Hanna

"Up that weather system we've been following in the Gulf now has a name Tropical Storm Hanna formed late last night in the Gulf of Mexico, and it's moving west in about seven miles an hour headed towards Corpus Christi. Looks like a landfall, such as it is would be around noon on Saturday because he's some 65 mile an hour winds. Water's warm. There's not much here so I think it could easily go to 74 mile an hour winds, which would be a Category one hurricane, gentle to Chief meteorologist Frank Billingsley says the Houston area is not in the direct path of the storm, but we can expect a few inches of rainfall over the next several days. Hannah currently has 40 mile an hour sustained winds and is about 348 miles east southeast. Of Corpus Christi.

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Climate change is hastening lakeshore erosion

Climate Cast

04:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Climate change is hastening lakeshore erosion

"Climate change is making more waves and eroding the shoreline of Lake Superior more quickly. I'm NPR chief meteorologist Paul Hunter on the shores of Lake Superior this is climate. So I'm back from vacation now, working inside the lab today, but I can still hear those lake superior way of swooshing in my head for the last three summers. We've stayed at some lovely cabins near. Grand Marais each year. The Big Lake has eroded the edge of the bluff closer to our cabin and this year. The edge is only about three feet away, and it's a fifteen foot drop down to the waves below. Charlie. Walters owns the cabins hi Charlie. Doing I'm doing great. How much would you say that? Shoreline has eroded in the past couple of years well this last year has been about a foot the previous year. It was only a couple of inches, but this last season it really picked up pace. We were pretty stunned when we saw the cabin this year that we stayed in its now perch, just a couple of feet from the edge. What are your options to save that cabin and address the shoreline? To Cabin, but you'd still have the Rozhin problem. I'm told you know they'd have to build up with rock and put some type of filter Mesh screen in and back fill with some soil and. Anyway be a long process and in the range of forty thousand dollars, so Charlie if this repair does turn out to be forty thousand dollars. What does that to Your Business? What's the impact there? My wife grandmother came over from Norway and his only things since nineteen thirty two. And right now in the process of fixing up the cabins, and then paying off loans, so it's a pretty big dent. We basically have to stop everything else. We're doing Charlie Walters. Your cabins are lovely I wish you the best of luck and I hope we talk soon all right. So many Lake Superior Property owners like Charlie are now facing costly repairs from erosion damage heavier precipitation in the lake. Superior watershed is boosting water levels to near record, highs and warmer winters mean less protective lake GEIS's forming to buffer the waves that may be speeding up the erosion process. Jay Austin is a professor at the University of Minnesota Duluth and works with the Large Lakes Observatory Hi Jay here from you, Paul? So how high are water levels running on lake superior now and in the past few years. We've had a remarkable run since about. About twenty seventeen of extremely high lake levels on the order of ten to twelve inches above what we would normally be seeing at this time of year, and what's the climate change signal for higher water levels in Lake Superior is it as simple as heavier precipitation in the Lake Superior Watershed when it comes right down to it? Yes, last several years have been much wetter than we would normally see here. The other one is the fact that is suppresses surface waves, and hence protects in some sense shoreline from that sort of wave driven erosion. The long term trend is indeed towards less is and how much of a winter temperature difference between total ice and no is does there need to be to make that change unlike superior? A year, where there is significant ice on the lake, and so people are going and visiting the ice, caves and people are ice fishing, the difference between one of those years at a year with basically no ice can be due to winter air temperature differences on the order of two three degrees. Fahrenheit, so the system is extremely sensitive to these relatively small shifts in winter, climate conditions J. Austin. Thanks for making the time in good to talk with you again. Thanks for having me on.

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Heavy rain expected in New York and surrounding Counties

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:09 min | 2 months ago

Heavy rain expected in New York and surrounding Counties

"Live to the weather center now we check the five day forecast with chief meteorologist Craig Alan so heavy showers now in parts of Warren Sussex western Morris County and on up towards around extreme western Passaic county too it does go across the border into New York state we have lighter showers with a little over a couple little downpours mixed in as it crosses over the through way in the western side of the Hudson Valley that's moving up to the north and about fifteen twenty miles per hour the line itself is moving east very very slowly so we're not going to see that in the city we're waiting for new areas of showers and thunderstorms which is starting to break out down towards the Philadelphia area and beyond and that'll start moving up today's high will be around eighty a muggy day windy day near the coast to Los tonight in the upper sixties as it starts drying out and then Friday a mix of sun and clouds to pleasantly warm ET Saturday a good start to the weekend seventy five to eighty but Sunday and Monday now look to be mostly cloudy in the chance of showers and little cooler for this time of year the mid seventies is a bit below average so showers north and west right now we have seventy four in the city mostly cloudy humidity eighty one percent Southwind twelve

Craig Alan Morris County Passaic County Hudson Valley LOS Chief Meteorologist New York Philadelphia
Severe weather triggers flash flood watch, power outages for Washington, DC area

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Severe weather triggers flash flood watch, power outages for Washington, DC area

"We've we've we've been been been tracking tracking tracking the the the rain rain rain will will will continue continue continue to to to track track the the rain rain and and thunderstorms thunderstorms right right on on through through the the early early morning morning hours hours on on our our Friday Friday they they don't don't flash flash flood flood watch watch in in effect effect for for parts parts of of the the region region so so watch watch out out remember remember turn turn around around don't don't drown drown if if you you do do encounter some flooded roadways out there now once again we'll see showers and thunderstorms during the afternoon on our Friday with highs in the upper eighties to around ninety degrees another hot humid day and yes we could see some severe weather again during the afternoon and evening Saturday high temperatures again close to ninety with a good chance of isolated shower thunderstorm storm team four chief meteorologist Doug Kammerer thank you in those rains leading to a flood warning for D. C. Montgomery and prince George's county in Maryland Fairfax in northern Virginia Arlington county falls church Fairfax county Manassas park in Manassas Alexandria and prince William county several cities in the WTOP listening area affected by this flood warning in effect until five thirty this morning

Chief Meteorologist D. C. Montgomery Manassas Alexandria Doug Kammerer Prince George Maryland Virginia Arlington County Fall Prince William County
Dallas-Fort Worth faces chance of rain for days

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:14 min | 2 months ago

Dallas-Fort Worth faces chance of rain for days

"Let's get a check of your forecast with chief meteorologist Dan ground off it's going to be colder and pretty wet week yeah it's still going to have some showers and some thunderstorms are lingering around like or a feeling right seeing right now is that a little shower activity still from Denton up towards the northern parts of the Dallas fort worth area up to Gainesville then over towards an account at Saint Joh there on highway eighty two couple spotty showers from Kenny down towards downtown Dallas everything's moving to the northeast yeah really not amounting to do much the biggest story this morning Hey of course I'm a meteorologist I'll save the cool clouds in different colors and different levels the second thing is this the cool temperatures readings in the low to mid sixties right now the light north wind it'll be cold today with highs in the mid seventies a spotty shower storm possible during peak heating better chances out of tomorrow and into Thursday as a disturbance rolls into the area kind of parks itself isolated severe possible during peak heating tomorrow especially as fort worth and points of west and southwest hail and wind will be the primary threats but temperatures will be on the cool side so I'm not looking for a big severe weather outbreak with highs in the low eighties better weather though the creasing clouds mid to upper eighties in the weekend right now it was raining and there isn't any more discounts and sixty three

Dan Ground Denton Gainesville Saint Joh Kenny Chief Meteorologist Dallas
Cold front headed for Dallas-Fort Worth could bring overnight thunderstorms

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Cold front headed for Dallas-Fort Worth could bring overnight thunderstorms

"You want to be weather aware tonight a risk for some strong to severe thunderstorms hello there I'm in B. C. five chief meteorologist Rick Mitchell tonight will be partly to mostly cloudy we could see a couple of different rounds of storms one this evening I think those would be pretty isolated not everyone will get a storm and then another chance overnight as a cold front moves in actually closer to sunrise tomorrow morning your low temperature tonight sixty four any showers tomorrow will end fairly quickly I think the bulk of the day does end up dry will be windy and cool with a high of seventy three perfect for the weekend mostly sunny on Saturday seventy three mother's day mostly sunny seventy seven will hit eighty on Monday and then another shot at a stray thunderstorm on Tuesday with a high of eighty

Chief Meteorologist Rick Mitchell
First climate change, now COVID-19: Tips for managing the stress

Climate Cast

03:43 min | 3 months ago

First climate change, now COVID-19: Tips for managing the stress

"Of Choosing HOPE IN TIMES OF CRISIS. I'm NPR. Chief meteorologist Paul Hutler. Here with climate cast in the past few years many psychologists reports seeing patients with physical and emotional impacts from climate change. Now I had cove nineteen and it's easy for some of us to feel overwhelmed even hopeless at times but mental health professionals say hope can be an effective antidote to climate and Cova Nineteenth Stress Kristie white as a clinical psychologist practicing in the twin cities. Hi Christie welcome to climate cast. Hypothe- thank you for having me. You recently wrote about this for the nonprofit climate news website. Nci what kind of emotions are patients feeling with climate change? Many young people are expressing concern about whether to have children what their careers might even look like. I'll also talk with people who are experiencing a sense of loss so noticing. Some of the environmental changes in the places where they use to Spend time enjoy nature. Climate change is really a magnifying of health equity and health disparities. So those are some of the things that people of color are coming in expressing concerns about. Cristiano WANTS REMEMBER READING SOMEWHERE. That action cures fear can acting to face. Your climate fears have positive benefits. Yes absolutely I love that quote. A very common reaction to fear is avoidance. This is kind of a typical survival response but one of the problems with fat is does exacerbate our fear and our anxiety by teaching us at the only way we can cope with it is is running away from it one of the things that. I am frequently helping people with is developing some courage and the emotional stamina to face their fear so that they can turn something previously was may be experienced as a threat that needed to be avoided or escaped from into a challenge that is capable of being faced. I love that you talk about choosing hope. How can we do that and make it feel productive in real? So it's more than just a temporary attitude. One of the key pieces to being able to choose hope as I acknowledging and making space for those difficult emotional experiences viewing them as inherently valuable and useful data points that. Tell us that. There's something happening that matters to us. Kristie my job. I feel like at least I'm doing the work on climate. I think it helps me deal with my apprehensions. What other tools our advice? Can you give our listeners? For dealing with climate change or other emotions they might be feeling right now. Identify what is within your control acknowledged. What's within your control? And maybe even start thinking creatively about how you define. What's in your control? So for example if if you need to develop skills to manage something effectively think about how something might be able to come within your realm of control or influence by cultivating those skills or developing that resource capacity. Self-care is key which means getting good sleep getting physical activity eating healthy setting limits on the amount of information. That's coming in and being very self aware and adjusting your approach based on that awareness

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Climate change isn't just shifting how the world feels, it's changing how it sounds

Climate Cast

04:16 min | 3 months ago

Climate change isn't just shifting how the world feels, it's changing how it sounds

"His climate change changing the sounds. We hear nature. I'm NPR chief meteorologist. Paul Hutler here with climate cast. Close Your eyes and listen to a spring day in Minnesota. That's the sound of nature coming alive again. We know many animals are adapting to climate change. Some are shifting range or habitat but changing environments may also be changing the sounds. Animals make science journalist and author. Emily anthems wrote about the changes for the New York Times. Emily welcome to climate cast. Thank you for having me. Why did you want to write about animal? Sounds and climate change precisely because it was such an unexpected effect of climate change. I came across a paper that outlined how climate change might alter the way. The whole planet sounds and that was in effect. I had not read about or thought about. Here's a sewn from your piece I love. Let's hear the King Penguin. Emily King Penguins can actually change their calls based on win conditions. Is that right and they do. If you've ever seen a documentary about penguins you may know they nest in these big large colonies and when one in the meeting pair goes off to get food and they come back. They have to find their mate in their chick and they do that through. Acoustic cues and if the wind is really strong it's hard for them to find and hear their partners but scientists have learned that they can adjust to these conditions by issuing more calls and they also draw their calls out. And what did you learn about the cookie? Frogs of Puerto Rico So researchers had known for several decades that these frogs vary by altitude. So if you start at the bottom of mountain where it's warmer. The frogs are relatively small. But as you go up the mountain of the frogs get bigger and their calls change along the way so the small frogs at the base of the mountain of these sort of tiny little squeaky calls and as the frogs get bigger and you travel up the mountain of the calls get sort of lower and deeper and slower but scientists have now found that as the temperature and weather conditions change halfway up the mountain. The frogs are now smaller than they used to be. Which means that they're calls are Sort of faster and squeak year. We know that the oceans are absorbing a great deal of the carbon that we're putting into the atmosphere and that makes our oceans more acidic but emily. I didn't know that shrimp snapped but found some Australian research on that. Yeah so to be clear. Not all species of shrimp Snap but there are some species known for really loud snaps that they make when they quickly closed their large claws. Scientists have found that as oceans. Get MORE ACIDIC. These snapping sound seemed to be getting quieter and quieter emily. Some people might be listening and thinking. Why do changes in how animals sound matter? What's the case for that one? Is that a lot of species. Use Acoustic cues to find mates and so one concern with the Puerto Rican frogs. We talked about. Is that if you have a call? That's changing but the animals say inner ear doesn't change then you could eventually get to a scenario where there's a mismatch there and animals can't hear potential mates calling. In the case of the shrimp larva alike fish larva used. These sounds to help themselves navigate and to find suitable habitats after they hatch in the instance of the penguins if they have to call longer and more frequently and louder in inclement weather than that takes energy. And it's already precarious to survive in the wild. If you have to put a lot more energy into trying to produce sounds that can be heard That can be costly from survival. Perspective Science Journalist and author. Emily Anthony's thanks for sharing some sounds of climate change on climate casts today. Of course thanks for having me.

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How a drop in oil prices today could fuel tomorrow's energy transition

Climate Cast

03:58 min | 3 months ago

How a drop in oil prices today could fuel tomorrow's energy transition

"Oil prices take a roller coaster. Ride I'm NPR. Chief meteorologist Paul Hotter here with climate. Castor oil prices fell below zero this week as much of the world shelters in place but the pandemic may also feel a six percent drop in greenhouse gas emissions. This year that's the biggest drop emissions since World War Two. So what does it mean for greenhouse gas emissions and energy as we rebuild the global economy marketplace correspondent Scott? Tong focuses on climate and Energy Scott. Welcome to climate cast. Paul needs to be with you so oil prices dipped into negative territory this week and then they spiked again. Put this into perspective. What's going on with the oil market so demand for the world's oil which until now had been kind of steady by one hundred million barrels of oil every day worldwide. That's fallen by thirty percent and now markets are Kinda flipping out trying to adjust to this whatever you call it. This pandemic normal were in now. Scott the lack of oil demand is also translating into a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions the world meteorological organization now predicts a greenhouse gas emissions will be down about six percent this year and the UN estimates global emissions must fall by around seven and a half percent every year from now until twenty thirty to stay within that one point five degrees Celsius goal on global temperature rise. How can we keep some of these emissions cuts and get the economy working again? I think there are opportunities in. There are also some challenges here. We've lost one in twenty million jobs you know. That's about one. Out of eight of us in the workforce so something has to change but the opportunity is to lock in some telecommute. You know we've learned that a lot of us can do most of our jobs Without having to commute to work there also might be an opportunity as far as our use of oil in the market right now. A lot of oil companies are in tough shape and so they're not investing in finding more oil. So what happens down? The road is if they don't find as much in demand comes back then. The kind of won't be enough in prices are GONNA go up. Then that makes it more affordable to find cheaper greener option. Say to buy electric vehicles and that kind of thing. I understand that if you shut off a well it's not easy to bring back on. Can that push markets in a cleaner greener direction right now in the oilfields of West Texas? They don't make money at the price where it is now. And so those wells are shutting down and a lot of other places that's happening to and for the older oil wells right. They need pressure from underground bringing oil. Backup and if you turn it off. In some cases it doesn't turn back on if oil. Some of that oil has to stay in the ground. Then we kind of have a scenario like Europe right where we're gasoline is just expensive by policy and in places where gasoline at tends to be more expensive greener options become much more affordable and we've seen renewable energy jobs booming. We know that climate solutions can produce jobs. Of course now. We see the oil sector jobs in kind of a bus cycle. So are we likely to see more job shocks and transitions going forward? As our energy balance changes we've seen a lot of oil jobs disappear already. I've done some reporting long distance reporting talking folks in the Permian Basin in West Texas where there had been a lot of energy jobs in those drying up pretty quickly so there are going to be winners and losers in every kind of transition for sure. The job search going to migrate to the industry's tomorrow. Marketplace correspondent Scott Tong. Thanks for sharing your perspective on climate cast today. Of Course Ball. Nice to be with you. That's climate cast. I'm NPR chief meteorologist Paul.

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"chief meteorologist" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:01 min | 4 months ago

"chief meteorologist" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"To a fine overnight construction will be taking place along I. seventy five southbound before and after Sun City Boulevard two right lanes we close in that section of the road also for highway tolls issued a travel advisory about high winds across the sunshine skyway bridge tonight Carl Z. newsradio WFLA but more unsettled this week warm conditions will continue and mostly humid eighty three degrees this evening a southwesterly breeze in place a slight possibility still of seeing a shower seventy seven degrees are forecast low for Tuesday morning very warm for this time of year eighty eight degrees for a high warm and humid partly cloudy skies twenty percent rain chance for Wednesday a cold front hanging just around the area eighty five for a high rain chance thirty percent on Thursday with a lot of clouds slightly cooler eighty two for a high voter south winds ten not sees two to three ally choppy waters I'm originally chief meteorologist Steve German news radio WFLA streaming on your Amazon echo and over two thousand devices via the I heart radio at you're hearing coast to coast AM with George Noory live from somewhere deep below the earth on works welcome back to coast to coast as we of course are doing in our special art bell tribute program art passed away at the age of seventy two two years ago of a prescription overdose it was an amazing story we couldn't believe it when we were getting news of it that night in though we couldn't verify it we haven't been able to talk to the sheriff's department.

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Good news: Almost half of Minnesota's power is now carbon free

Climate Cast

04:02 min | 4 months ago

Good news: Almost half of Minnesota's power is now carbon free

"Looking for some good news. Almost half of Minnesota's electric power is now carbon-free I'm NPR. Chief Meteorologist Paul. Hefner here with climate a new report card says Minnesota is rapidly reducing greenhouse gas emissions from electric power. Twenty-five percent of Minnesota's electric power came from renewables in twenty nineteen and forty nine percent of power generation was carbon free when you include Nuclear Power Greg. Mass is the executive director of clean energy economy. Minnesota we'll come back to climate cast. Greg thank you for having me Paul. Okay this is a big report with a lot of numbers right so if you had to pick one number from this report. What's that number? I think you hit on it right at the top Paul. And that's that nearly half of Minnesota's power came from Zero Carbon Energy sources in twenty nineteen so overall power sector emissions are really a success story in Minnesota when it comes to climate thirty seven percent is how much they've been reduced since two thousand five. How do we replicate that success in the transportation sector is that really the next big opportunity for Minnesota because it is the largest source of greenhouse gas emissions in our state? We know that by replicating the success that we've seen in our electricity or the power sector and the connectedness that are transportation sector has to electricity in the form of battery electric vehicles and plug in hybrid. Electric vehicles with Paulson leadership in continued initiatives. We've already seen since two thousand fifteen sales of battery. Electric vehicles have increased almost six hundred ninety percent and sales of plug in hybrid. Electric vehicles have increased two hundred percent so today there's currently thirteen thousand electric vehicles and plug in hybrid electric vehicles on Minnesota's roads. And we know that we can go. Further and faster with strong policies to really achieve the vision for the transportation sector where the State is looking at having twenty percent of. Evt's by twenty thirty in that area. Greg there was always that argument. That if you reduce greenhouse gas emissions you're going to stifle economic growth. What can we say about Minnesota's economic progress as we're making this transition to clean energy the area that really helps to measure this is what we refer to as energy productivity and this year's factsheet has shown that we have since two thousand ten grown our state's Gross Domestic Product by twenty four percent where power consumption over that same time period has only growing two percent and so when we measure energy productivity? Were looking at. How much can we grow our economy and produce more products and services while at the same time? We're using the same or less energy. And Minnesota's done an excellent job in doing that where we have now boosted overall energy productivity by twenty two percent and. That's really remarkable. And we've seen a boom in jobs. Where do the numbers stand with clean energy jobs in Minnesota? Today there's over sixty one thousand MINNESOTANS who work in our energy efficiency and renewable energy sector and those jobs are growing two and a half times faster than all other sectors of Minnesota's economy in the environment were into damn wondering. Are we seeing any legislative or other efforts planned in Minnesota this year? That are now delayed. I think we're going to have to continue to see how things play out through the remainder of this legislative session. But certainly we're continuing to work with policy makers as they are evaluating several important opportunities for advancing energy efficiency and clean energy as our economy recovers from the disruption and certainly the hardship that has already been caused by the corona virus pandemic clean energy should be prioritized to spur job creation and also improve the resiliency of

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Temperatures in Dallas-Fort Worth set for a roller coaster ride, hitting 80s before a cold front

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:21 min | 4 months ago

Temperatures in Dallas-Fort Worth set for a roller coaster ride, hitting 80s before a cold front

"The second forecast now KRLD chief meteorologist Dan Bruno again we got that we're going to be back up around ninety degrees by the middle of this week yeah hard to believe it won't last long though at this time of year we get cold fronts about every three to four days and that's what's with that what prompts the severe weather but good news I don't see any severe weather in our forecast this week we will have a big roller coaster ride of temperatures though this morning we've been holding at sixty four several hours later some fog with visibility about five months to six miles not a big deal nothing on radar but there could be few spotty showers moving in from the southwest as the day wears on most of you that won't see a drop temperature of about seventy two tonight's sixty five tomorrow the sun comes back out of before do it looks like with a high of eighty five in the morning clouds afternoon sun humidity high near ninety on Wednesday but a cold front will knock temperatures back into the fifties by late into Thursday afternoon with a few showers and storms behind the front nothing severe expected as of now Friday a leftover morning shower afternoon sun sixty five will approach seventy on Saturday with another front right now looks like the timing will be late evening with more storms coming in and as of now keeping it sunny windy and cool for Sunday high fifty five to sixty that's Easter Sunday but again that's subject to change as we get closer with some fresh data yeah right now sixty I

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Dallas-Fort Worth set for several days of rain chances, possible flooding

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:43 min | 4 months ago

Dallas-Fort Worth set for several days of rain chances, possible flooding

"O'clock now we say good morning to chief meteorologist Dan Bernat morning Dan good morning hope you like the sunshine the past several days because it's going to be going away for a little while all the way through the weekend and early next week with some rain chances and then sharply colder weather arrives here sometime now looks like around lunch time tomorrow so don't put your jackets away quite yet this morning warm near sixty the clouds are starting to move back into the area right now nothing showing up on Tennessee weather radar but they'll be a few scattered showers later on this afternoon and evening trying to sneak in from the southwest I shouldn't be too big of a deal that could be some pockets of heavy rain now down towards Austin college station if you do have to head south today about seventy with more clouds around it will be very windy will give guests about thirty miles per hour from the south those gusty winds will continue tonight with a few sprinkles tomorrow again around noon that strong cold front arrives our winds will shift to the north gusts to twenty five and they'll be a thin line of storms looks like along the French that greatest chance for severe weather will be south of Waco I'll keep an eye on the timing of the front and then a disturbance rides up and over this front end a late tomorrow evening through about noon on Saturday there could be some heavy rain just south of the Dallas fort worth area might sneak a little farther north of keeping on radar trans and it's gonna be a heck of a lot colder we'll be around June seventy your cell at noon and they were gonna fall quickly down into the forties by late afternoon and struggle now keep dropping the temperatures I don't think we'll get about fifty now on Saturday close to sixty on Sunday with more scattered showers around the area showers warmer seventy for Monday then I think we'll get a little bit of a break Tuesday and Wednesday before more rain moves and by the end of next week wild weather here this time of the year right now fifty nine cloudy skies a

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Dallas Weather: Cloudy with scattered showers

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

Dallas Weather: Cloudy with scattered showers

"Eight o'clock time to check in with our chief meteorologist Dan burn off Dan Hey good morning some low clouds starting to streaming over the high clouds overhead now also to know the weather radar continues to show well there is a showers and even a few rumbles of thunder to our south west about eighty miles or so south west of fort worth around Stephen bell pretty much right down the sixty seven three seventy seven down towards Comanche another couple showers now sneaking in at the northern parts of hill county moving into southern Johnson and Alice around I casca I could get a little snow shower around Waxahachie green you here over the next twenty minutes or so and that extends all the way back down to towards the Colorado River down around San seven Goldthwaite self on and off showers maybe a rumble of thunder late morning into the afternoon temps near seventy right now a nice south wind at twenty three the day two days a top out at

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Here's how warm it's going to get this week in Dallas-Fort Worth

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:15 min | 4 months ago

Here's how warm it's going to get this week in Dallas-Fort Worth

"Let's check your forecast with chief meteorologist Dan Bruin off lots of fog this morning yes ma'am dense fog advisory in effect until eleven o'clock this morning we will continue to have visibility anywhere between a quarter mile up to three miles this depend on where you live it usually gets worse when you get away from the city more rural areas and that little bit of some general falling from the low cloud ceiling as well temperatures are near sixty will reach around seventy today but eighty tomorrow the sun will come out finally and stick around tomorrow all the way through the weekend it looks like temperatures are gonna warm up big time of the year eighty tomorrow after morning lows a sold three sixty five will be in the low to mid eighties on Wednesday mid to upper eighties yeah the project ninety out west of fort worth both Thursday and Friday credible keeping an eye on the dry line Friday evening I'm not putting storms in the forecast yet but that may be adding that as the week goes on if you could be severe if they do happen because of the dryer meeting the moist air we got a lot of moisture and humidity around the next three to four days but we dry out with the cool front on Saturday around noon or so and that'll pull tabs to seventy five for a high on Saturday sixty eight Sunday lower relative humidity and we're drying out

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"chief meteorologist" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:36 min | 4 months ago

"chief meteorologist" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Forecast with chief meteorologist Dan burn off for Texas mutual insurance down a lot of fog this morning however in a dense fog advisory for all of North Texas until eleven o'clock this morning we need some sunshine around here to kind of brighten everybody's spirits up and I've got some come in and it's gonna be heating us up into the mid to upper eighties by the middle to end of this week are average now for our high he is seventy degrees so we'll be right around there today after we get rid of this fog and drizzle the clouds I think it can be stubborn getting out of here until tomorrow around noon or so so one more day of this this cloud cover sixty five for tomorrow morning could be a little bit some patchy fog and drizzle otherwise decreasing clouds by afternoon that's when I warm up starts we have sunshine we warm up quicker this time of the year tomorrow's high close to eighty Wednesday eighty three eighty six Thursday eighty five Friday slight chance of a storm late Friday evening and then again the first half of Saturday's not a big chance that something I'll keep an eye on a couple of severe storms around as a cold front makes its way through the area high of seventy five cooler even on Sunday sixty five with a lot less humidity right now fog everywhere fifty nine at KRLD in depth coverage of the top stories and breaking news when it happens news radio ten eighty KRLD a real the news time five twenty time for David Johnson with the C. E. O. spotlight you know in these extraordinary times right now we're beginning to see some changes that are probably going to take place in health care and the way.

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Coming soon to a store near you: carbon labels

Climate Cast

03:51 min | 5 months ago

Coming soon to a store near you: carbon labels

"Carbon labels coming to your grocery store. I'm NPR chief meteorologist. Paul honor this is climate cast. We're also Miller with food labels calories carbs fat content. Now there's a new push to add carbon labels too many items you buy. But how do you accurately calculate the carbon footprint of a dozen eggs? Oliver Franklin Wallace wrote about that for wired. He joins me via skype today. High Oliver. Hi thanks the idea of carbon labelling has been around for and what about a decade or so? Is it gaining greater traction? Now yes definitely a as you say commonly has been around for a long long time. I'm a few decades but for a long time. It was considered just too difficult in calculating carbon footprints Reports you mentioned. Eggs is actually quite complicated. Because it's not just in the trucks delivering the eggs in the feed of the chickens. It's heating the housing. They're going into. It's you know all sorts of packaging. It's an incredibly complicated calculation to make more recently. The science of calculating carbon footprints has come a long way in the last ten years or so. Now we have massive amounts of computing power. There are huge global data sets and which standardize across industries which means that you can calculate the carbon footprint of a specific products fairly easily. What about the big food companies? I hear talk about Nestle and other companies. Are they on board with this? The the big companies now. They're moving with customers. They see that customers really care about the environment. They want to make the choices that the best for the planet a when I spoke to the Carbon Trust here in the UK. They set fire. I think twenty eight thousand products worldwide. Publi the leaders in this space. They said the demand for this has just gone crazy in the last eighteen months oath from consumers from companies who now see as a competitive advantage to be seen to taking action on the climate crisis. So how good are the certification programs themselves? There's actually a huge number of of environmental certification programs worldwide but when it comes to carbon labelling this fairly few in the US for example one of the new entrance in this space called climate neutral which has had a few companies sign up in the last few months in those cases companies have to prove that they have offset their carbon footprints for example through forests that are managed new untracked to prove that the offsets actually happening so when we talk about a company or a product being certified as climate neutral. That doesn't mean necessarily zero carbon right. Is there offsets involved there? That's exactly right so you know no company. Is this making clothes or grow vegetables. Whatever it might be can be truly carbon-neutral in all of these games as some element of offsetting involved and major companies. It are getting better at providing data on their carbon footprints. Does this help the certification process? Yes I mean. The the data that we have now is just astronomically better. Most of the major companies now have fatty rigorous revolting across the supply chain so Big companies like Walmart for example a tracking that carbon emissions from farm to to play in onto the westbound afterwards that makes it massively easier for for these certification bodies. And there's also a lot more open data now so that you can check the performance of an individual company against another one company adopting Calvin labels if you compare you know you'll favourite talkative crackers. The best there's no point so you need to have everyone adopt it for this to make a real difference. We'll be looking for those green label. Tomatoes in the produce aisle soon wired writer Oliver Franklin Wallace thanks for skyping with us on climate cast. Today thanks very much. That'S CLIMB IT CAST. I'm NPR. Chief meteorologist Paul Hunter.

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Cities are trying to limit gas hookups in new buildings  chefs are 'horrified'

Climate Cast

04:07 min | 5 months ago

Cities are trying to limit gas hookups in new buildings chefs are 'horrified'

"Oh no not my gas stove. I'm NPR chief. Meteorologist Paul Hunter. This is climate cash burning natural. Gas Emits about half the carbon of coal but producing and burning natural. Gas is still a major source of greenhouse gas emissions. That's why some cities are trying to limit or outright ban gas hookups for new buildings as part of their climate action plans. Minneapolis and Saint. Paul want to move away from gas appliances. But what would that mean for those who love to cook over a natural gas flame? Tom Philpot is the food and add correspondent for Mother Jones. He joins me via skype today. Hi Tom Hippo. You report the gas stoves account for only about three percent of overall household gas used. The rest comes from heating or air or water so why focus on what people cook with. I don't think people really care where they're he'd comes from right. You don't say I want natural gas heat. Electric is fine. As long as it's keeping you warm but the thing that people will the man is keeping their gas stoves and we've got to figure out a way to make people not do that. Because in order to address climate change with basically have to stop essentially all gas use. Where is this happening? Tom Whereas there a push to ban gas hookups. Well we haven't seen a push yet to remove Asoka so we're seeing so far is a push to remove gas in future buildings and so far a couple of places like Berkeley in California in a couple of other places in the bay area have done that and both New York and Los Angeles have announced plans to do it in the future and have we seen pushback in those cities. What we've seen so far is pushback from chefs. I talked to a lot of chefs for an article. I did and chefs are horrified at the idea of giving up their gas stoves. I talked to chef Chicago. He said that he would exit the business. If you had to give up his gas stove and I think that there is this clinging to the idea of seeing the flame. Come up and you know sort of calibrating. How hot cooking medium is by looking at the flame and that's really interesting. Because is that an emotional connection over cooking with gas flame or their technical reasons that it's smarter to cook with gas. Well add looked into it and it turns out you know most people when they think of cooking with gas they think of conventional electric coils at UC and they turn red turn them on right and everyone acknowledges that those are awful. The Cook with the controls not very good. So you turn it down in the coil. Stay hot for a little bit. That drives cooks crazy. But there's another technology called induction and the way that induction works is electric in it. Heats up the PAN magnetically in actually has greater control than gas in my reporting and also the you know. I've got a little induction range top that I've been experimenting with and I've concluded that most of the cleaning gas among chefs is emotional assists sort of visceral desire to see fire in their kitchen. Of course the savings with electric assumes carbon-free power sources so you could have electric power conceivably but if that power is produced from coal. That really doesn't help right. That's exactly right. But here's the thing when you turn on your guest of new flip that switch and that flame bursts you are cooking with a hundred percent fossil fuels and when you turn the switch on induction range or a regular electric range. What's going on? There is that you're getting it from the power grid and the power grid right now in. The United States is about sixty two percent fossil fuels and the other thirty eight percent is carbon. Freedom in this varies widely by region. This is just sort of the broader number so already you're sixty two percent better off in. It's literally getting greener every day. Tom Philpott food and ED correspondent for Mother Jones. Thanks for skyping with us on climate today. Thanks for having

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"chief meteorologist" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:37 min | 5 months ago

"chief meteorologist" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Chief meteorologist or warming up yeah kick off the first in other words these guys on Saturday every night over the Knox later on sunrise on a Sunday but we'll do that with a mix in a few showers twenty sixteen to twenty four cancer celebrate the event only hereinafter your choice ninety nine one thousand dollars on the card Mexico five Tempur Pedic but the robot was malfunctioning that day in a word the slow down it was creating on the line Robert Williams went to grab the parts himself while Williams was reaching into a bin the one ton robotic arm swung into that same day the robot didn't have any alarms to warn Williams it was nearby I didn't have any sensors to tell a human was in its path it only have the intelligence to execute its commands to retrieve in place auto parts the robots struck Williams head with such force that it killed him instantly it was thirty minutes before anyone came to look for Robert Williams during that time the robot continue to slowly do its work well Williams lay dead on the park's room for the death of Robert Williams happened during a weird time for a the public at large still felt unsure about the machines that they were increasingly living and working among Hollywood could still rely on the truth of our machines running amok and ruining the future for humanity.

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Strong cold front to drop Dallas-Fort Worth from the 80s into the 40s, bring some rain

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:23 min | 6 months ago

Strong cold front to drop Dallas-Fort Worth from the 80s into the 40s, bring some rain

"Let's get the forecast it's not pretty here's chief meteorologist Dan burn off get that way Friday be a little while before we see the sun unfortunately you've got a cold front that's a pretty much all the from Paris it down just added to the southeast side to Dallas down towards Hillsborough temps are still in the mid sixties out towards can in Greenville all right around sixty here the media doubtful or third starts cooling off though northwest sides of fort worth all we have towards the red river valley Gainesville has now dropped to fifty there's a little reinforcing shot of some colder air with an increase of win that's crossing the Red River right now temperatures in Oklahoma are in the forties with winds gusting to thirty miles per hour so once the winstar gasping then you know that second search of colder air will come in and we pretty much reached their highest sixty one a little after midnight right sixteen now animal fall through the forties by the time you're heading home wind chills will be down in the low forties by dinnertime and rain on radar now but to be a few of the areas of drizzle later on this evening through the overnight this is cold air squeezes out some moisture disturbance moves in from the west tomorrow rain by noon moves in our southwestern counties spreads over the area your evening commute tomorrow will be a mass and also Thursday morning in the rain will move out before noon but what we call we can stay in the low forties tomorrow Thursday mid to upper forties as we get into Friday as the sun comes back out right now it's sixty degrees cloudy skies I

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"chief meteorologist" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:02 min | 7 months ago

"chief meteorologist" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"They happen the forecast now our chief meteorologist and burn off isn't on a foggy Wednesday morning Dan yeah we were just talkin slow ride take it easy mild and muggy nice headline this morning will fall cats will fargen said dense fog in some areas says that advisory will continue through eight o'clock this morning temperatures the other weather story check the calendar yes since January fifteenth step outside it doesn't feel like it mid sixties right our average high this time of the year it's fifty six degrees the word about nine degrees above where we should be in the afternoon and we're gonna be up in the seventies like we felt yesterday and I seventy three with plenty of sunshine unfortunately more clouds than sun today but still enough radiation getting into a warm temperatures up we got a cold fronts that's gonna be moving through the area actually three over the next week or so pretty progressive pattern meeting one after another after another temperatures are going to be cooler tomorrow you know wake after winds gusting to twenty five for the north and readings in the upper forties arctic air but enough to make you wear a jacket and also make sure you do have something that or repel water or blocked the water umbrella or sometimes the jacket this line and fleece if you're working outdoors would be chilly Bob off and on rain throughout the day on Thursday may move in as early as late this evening temperatures will hold however in the upper forties all day a little bit of a break overnight into Friday morning still some spotty showers and then it looks like a line of showers and storms will form off to the west of us by time Friday afternoon high near sixty and then as a cold front comes through Saturday morning it'll get rid of the clouds by noon I look for windy and chilly sunshine highs only in the low to mid fifties only near fifty with increasing clouds might that Sunday and fifty three on Monday and then an arctic front maybe plowing through here and early Tuesday morning we may not get out of the thirties next Tuesday precipitation chances well no pun intended still up in the air six days out that's something I'll keep an eye on so it really cold next week for the rest of the week as well right now sixty five fog and drizzle that KRLD mornings afternoons nights weekends we're here for you with traffic weather and breaking news we are newsradio ten eighty KRLD good morning thanks for joining us scarily news time five fifty one the vaccination debate is taking center stage on the east coast New Jersey is the leaders stayed fighting over vaccination requirements for children to attend public school on Monday thousands protest of the bill that would eliminate religious exemptions Lisa dear goddess has never vaccinated for three children I feel like this is a fascist over each of the government taking way religious a medical freedoms the new poll shows a twenty year dropping vaccine support among all age groups the steepest ages thirty to forty nine at twelve percent but eighty six percent of Americans say vaccines are not more dangerous than the diseases they prevent that CBS correspondent Meg Oliver when it comes to jeopardy Ken Jennings is officially the goat his.

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"chief meteorologist" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:07 min | 8 months ago

"chief meteorologist" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Okay why chief meteorologist Jay Kerr no see quite weather has returned to the region as we roll through tonight will have clear skies the first part of the night then some clouds will increase after midnight temperatures back in the middle and upper twenties the outlook now for your Wednesday a lot of clouds around in the morning they will slowly decrease through the afternoon but it's going to be a cold day just low and middle thirties across the region very cold on your Wednesday night the good news sunshine and forties return on Thursday that's your forecast on W. okay why chief meteorologist Jay card OC this report is sponsored by Louisville winter Beerfest evil winter beer fest presented by west six brewing more than three hundred twenty five craft beers and had me cocktails live music food trucks and more stay warm inside the king white international convention center February fourteenth and fifty tickets only forty dollars to Christmas day visit Louisville beer fest dot com this holiday season make sure the batteries are include tickets with his kooky can depend on us to include whether with traffic on the morning news radio eight forty WHAS for what it is this is the Christmas it's a standard is not a state ever break Crosby everybody's got their but the old one a lot of it rob the one with the singing this song Brian what wondering what he's I've got a good version of the home yeah I know what yeah I know it's the rob Halford go not Christmas is very good known as good stuff right there brand stuff brand new stuff up rob Halford's.

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"chief meteorologist" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:14 min | 8 months ago

"chief meteorologist" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Okay why chief meteorologist Jay Kerr no see beautiful weather continues out there tonight it's going to be chilly clear skies thirty for our low that'll lead us into a great day for your Thursday lots of sunshine lighter wind with temperatures in the low to middle fifties clouds will thicken up Thursday late night and then by Friday morning a chance for a little bit of light rain around the area that's your forecast on W. okay why chief meteorologist Jay cardo sea coast to coast AM is on news radio eight forty WHAS and in one man this is and when the so many to be you from somewhere out there this is coast to coast AM with George Noory deities witchcraft the beloved dead in a moment first time guess Phoenix love Fay joins us or work what is remembered lives stand by on coast to coast AM lots of strange things in the world one of the strangest and something that you.

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"chief meteorologist" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:02 min | 10 months ago

"chief meteorologist" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Check for now for Texans stand cars for kids our chief meteorologist tampering off well nice and pleasant this morning finally we've got feel those fall temperatures they did arrive late yesterday evening through the early morning light even sleeping you've woken for waking up I hate those two words out to temperatures into the upper fifties this morning it's nice out will only be around seventy five today AT tomorrow low humidity but southerly winds are back Wednesday and Thursday the minute he will return in some of the warmth and into the mid to upper eighties quickly into Wednesday close to ninety briefly on Thursday before the second front arrives at this one's going to be stronger than the one we just felt this morning temperatures falling through the day and down into the forties by early Friday morning with some storms along the front early on Friday and then the weekends looking nice Friday afternoon again temperatures will be very chilly forties again for Saturday morning about sixty one that's it for Saturday sixty five with sunshine on Sunday right now we're at sixty degrees take care of the top news stories throughout the day and breaking news when it happens Japan on news radio ten eighty KRLD it is a twenty now K. are real de a North Texas man it's part of the greatest generation celebrating his one hundredth birthday today James south was a proud World War two veteran he wanted just one hundred birthday cards to help celebrate his big day that's it just just one hundred well he got a lot more than that his son Jim says the family has been overwhelmed by the outpouring of support for his dad and Jim south joins us live with more on the big celebration today Jim good morning good morning how are you today we're doing well so your dad wanted a hundred cards how many did you wind up getting you know we've been abundantly blessed and certainly the numbers are Ellen part of the story but the real stories and love and admiration that poured out on the many.

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"chief meteorologist" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"chief meteorologist" Discussed on WTVN

"We have a real chief meteorologist with us right now my body to show but starting most of you know who he is he wrote a great book the climate chronicles now Joe I know you're really really busy what do you make of what's going on at this hour the eight PM eastern time our with this hurricane well I'll tell you what it's degrading rapidly started turn to the west and you know if you've been following our ideas it was good I'm not deep in real fast in the northwest that but as it turns to the west that if the Korea situation for the storm to intensify and that's what we're seeing now it's going to continue to get stronger here over the next twenty four to thirty six hours and go to the category for our passes takes it into the nor the Bahamas and then when it gets off the Florida coast the steering currents break down and look we have an opportunity on the southeast coast of the Florida coast to miss the brunt of this folks folks up understand I tell people all the time is like a Cork in the screen and it's as big as it looks is powerful sort it's pushed around by everything around so what happens is this quarter's bobbing along and the situation to the north to the east to the west and to the south of it determine where it's going to go and we know it's going to get all the way to grand Bahama we know it's going to get the word fifty sixty miles the Florida coast as of this morning and I don't change forecasts around other national hurricane center and my company we had the same land fall area but there is a chance that it does what Matthew did now you folks in Florida and the southeast coast remember back a few tries to come up and it stays off shore mark unless this goes in south of the bend of Florida west Palm Beach in that area it's not going to go into Florida because what happens is when this with powerful storms are trying to move up to the Florida coast because of the effects of wind they tend to stay off shore.

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"chief meteorologist" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"chief meteorologist" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Let's listen to chief meteorologist Dan Bruin off yeah he said the word oil and that's that it's important to know that boil builds up on roadways and when we get rain a lot of us haven't seen rain in a while let last weekend some of the lucky ones dead but that oil build up and we get water on top of that it just doesn't mix the oil settles to the top of the water and the roads get pretty slick out there in that and with that with the heavy coupled with the heavy rain rather I will make for a slow go but this morning leave a little early getting to your work or have two kids I would take him to school if I were you just so they won't get all wet heavy rain right now stretching from McKinney down central expressway then a Benz west along at six thirty five to the mid cities and into downtown fort worth right now and then farther west at just north of interstate twenty there north of weather for pretty much right along one eighty all the way through PK in Breckenridge heaviest rain right now is a long thirty five W. between getting a downtown fort worth out to the west of the cater and then another bad little area of heavy rain it's not too bad though it's not severe off to the northeast McKinney everything's moving to the southeast will start to weaken like I'm seeing trans right now here over the next few hours but the clouds are going to stick around there most of the day and I will keep temperatures pleasant low eighties if we're lucky even though it was ninety degrees at twelve oh one this morning so that's going to be our high today it's gonna be a little misleading but a half inch of rain on average for most of you another round tomorrow morning hi Tamara only in the eighties and then we're back in the nineties with a pop up storms Thursday through Saturday right now we've cooled off seventy six degrees at KRLD we live in a Mercedes.

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"chief meteorologist" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

105.3 The Fan

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"chief meteorologist" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

"He's chief meteorologist Dan burn off helping you be prepared in the event of severe weather in North Texas what is the difference between a watch and a warning well watch means conditions are favorable for storm or toward attic development within a few hours usually has an expiration time a severe thunderstorm or tornado warning means things are happening right now find safe shelter immediately listen to us live on your radio dot com app and stay in your shelter until you get the all clear weather severe weather in North Texas all be here to keep you informed on news radio ten eighty KRLD Rangers calm voice NFL and major college football we follow our DFW sports station one oh five three KRLD FM any one Dallas radio dot com sports I'm Peter Schwartz we start with sort of my baseball top of the fifth inning the Phillies in giant certified at five in San Francisco now to the finals will begin in Toronto with the Yankees were clinging to a one nothing lead over the blue jays in the ninth inning and they look to our office Chapman the close it out and here's a three to game over Yankees win choose John sterling the final call on yeah he's ready Yankees beat the blue jays one to nothing Masahiro Tanaka allowed three hits struck out for over eight scoreless innings not a Seattle Los grows game between the rays and mariners in the fourth and there's a long high drive deep in the year to right field heading back to the wall killing more with a solo shot maybe that will accept the offense the race take a one nothing lead in Seattle they've also the call and raise radio that was the only offense of the game a raise because mariners won nothing not a Saint Louis the cardinals trail the pirates eight to five in the seventh inning the bases loaded up three two slamming on a high John Rudy on cardinals radio cardinals over the pirates eleven two nine elsewhere other joggers over the Diamondbacks nine three Justin Turner with a couple of home runs Carlos Santana turn fitting grand slam lifted the Indians past the twins seven parade with Iraqis over the Padres eight three Rangers one brewers stopping ETS white the white Sox to nothing Kris Bryant a three run Homer in the right in their cubs six three win over the Reds Royals ten Tigers to nationals beat the Mets seven for ending New York state game winning streak was the Braves over Marlins five to four Orioles eight astro seven on a real Ruiz walk off two run Homer nine added ten the angels over the red Sox five to four nationals left fielder one Soto left Sunday's win over the Mets the right ankle sprain X. rays negative these day to day NFL the raven Stricker car event back to the Vikings for undisclosed draft pick jets kicker chaleur cabins are announced his retirement Steelers wide receivers coach Darrell Drake died suddenly on Sunday at the age of sixty two golf Patrick greed when the northern trust in Jersey city finish sixteen under Kevin Harvick won the NASCAR race to Michigan I'm Peter Schwartz wrestling fans this is fast make sure that you all locked in for my post so much ram show live tonight eleven PM eastern eight PM Pacific only on CBS sports radio it's the G. bag nation middays from ten to three on one oh five three though fad this is the show on Pendergast.

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"chief meteorologist" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"chief meteorologist" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Here is chief meteorologist Dan Brune off every morning, everyone not too bad. Al chilly for this time of the year. We should be around thirty eight. Most of us are down into the upper twenties to near freezing organ of a warm up again today yesterday, we hit fifty eight today. I think we had about sixty two or so we'll have some high clouds moving in by the afternoon, especially this evening and overnight when ten to twenty a little bit of a breeze out there from the south those are warming wins. It will start to bring some moisture in from the Gulf of Mexico here over the next twenty four to thirty six it also keep the temperatures overnight tonight into early tomorrow morning, forty eight to fifty two mostly cloudy other pleasant day, a little breezy tomorrow high again again into the low sixties Thursday, we have a dry line actually coming through late morning that could produce a few showers and storms out in east, Texas. I think we're not gonna dodge the bullet on the thunderstorms, but turning very windy and much cooler during the afternoon and evening as a cold front arrives behind the dry line. We could have winds gusting as high as forty five maybe even a little. It higher than that into Thursday night cluster is a chance for some rain possibly changing over to some wet snow before midnight. I'll keep an eye on that for you not looking for any Rhode problems. Temperatures will fall into the mid to upper thirties for Friday morning will come back out by Friday afternoon, as we talked about near sixty warming sunshine into the weekend right now, we're at thirty five in the bikini area thirty-six here at KRLD, no matter when you get in the car, we're the only station that brings you news, traffic and weather all day, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. Everything.

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"chief meteorologist" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"chief meteorologist" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Our chief meteorologist and Bruno in now for the sampack family of dealerships. Our forecast has some rain in it does. And I think tomorrow is our best rain chance. A few of these storms that could become severe to this morning. Things are quiet. Excellent. Ten eighty weather radar, but today will start to increase at least a shower activity will here over the next couple of hours other we scattered in nature through the morning. And then again this afternoon, we might even see more thunder like we did over the weekend will be scattered. Heaviest rain will be well to the west of the Denton Fort Worth cleaver in line about going to be watching an area of storms into the hill country late this afternoon and evening, some of this may sneak towards the I thirty five corridor before midnight. If that happens when the squall line forms in west, Texas this afternoon approaches round daybreak make a little bit after it will start to weaken a little bit because the atmosphere will be stable. If you don't see these storms came in around midnight, then the storms could be a little bit stronger, and then regenerating somewhere across. What Texas tomorrow afternoon evening? That's when I think as the greatest severe weather threatened. So does the storm prediction center out of Norman? Oklahoma wind the primary threat to as we head through tomorrow afternoon and evening with some hail possible. Eighty-five today in the seventies all day, tomorrow, clouds and rain in the area. And then Wendy, a cooler weather low humidity arise on Wednesday. We'll drop into the fifties in the morning, highs only in the middle seventies and staying cool and crisp all the way through Thursday and Friday right now, we're at seventy two and Keller seventy four here at Carroll news. Traffic and weather all day. Listen anytime, anywhere. Download the radio dot com app and favorite NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD. A.

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"chief meteorologist" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"chief meteorologist" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Four's chief meteorologist Steve Templeton with us, and we have a little bit more humidity and clouds today. But I guess the real question would be about that rain coming in tomorrow. Steve. Yeah. Yeah. Tomorrow afternoon and more likely evening when the front arrives. So there's a chance for some strong possibly severe storms. We're gonna have to watch that closely tomorrow late tomorrow, especially this evening, nothing severe at all. And I know it's cloudy looks like it really wants to open up and rain, but it's really just going to be mainly dry now a few outdoor activities this evening mega sprinkle or brief light shower. So there are a few spotty showers here and there, but they're few and far between most of us just cloudy and in the seventies and humid sixty nine for the overnight low few more storms developed tomorrow morning, so many the umbrella seems your head out the door in the morning, Eighty-three, warmer, humid afternoon, again, an isolated storm in the afternoon and more likely in the evening as that front approaches, and that could be a strong to severe storm damaging wins the most likely culprit will be on guard for that late Tuesday. But this front that causes the storms tomorrow it brings in cooler air for Wednesday, a high of just seventy on Wednesday. Partly cloudy should be a great day for the middle of the week in quieter to cloudy right now, seventy eight and Saint Charles Seventy-seven in Edwardsville. It's seventy six downtown at the arch. I'm niece four chief meteorologist Templeton for the voice of Saint Louis. Newsradio eleven twenty KOMO just thinking about baseball this week, which is pretty important is the rain moving in tomorrow night's something that could potentially cancel that game or not not cancel delay. Yes. Could delay. But I don't think that's going to be cancelled. And I think we'll get that game. Delayed till two in the morning if they have that in we'll talk today. Yeah. We'll talk to you in the next hour cease forecast sponsored by air comfort service heating and cooling get.

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"chief meteorologist" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"chief meteorologist" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"Uh but yes but but do something where you're writing it earlier living it every day i think it's a great idea and fingerprint your face now yeah exactly a fine when you back the back when you were doing that there just weren't even breaches so everything was fine ginger zee thank you so much for coming on no limits was great chatting with you as grade to tell the too i hope everybody enjoys it natural disaster i cover them i am one by ginger zee my friend and abc news chief meteorologist thank you so much and now it's time for our no limits entrepreneur of the week where we feature one of our listeners who's building something of her own and are no limits entrepreneur this week is jessica garten steam she is the ceo and cofounder of fronin jessica just graduated from the university of chicago congratulations jessica that's awesome of see my alma mater throughout her college career jessica had internships and finance and marketing but this past mae she and a friend one first place at a startup competition at the booth school of business that is the university of chicago business school for their banana based non dairy nice cream called fronin one month after winning they officially launched in hyde park produce and are now featured in nine stores across chicago her biggest turning point she says that winning the competition at the booth school completely changed her career path she and her cofounder would make banana nice cream for fun while at college but they say.

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"chief meteorologist" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"chief meteorologist" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"I can't believe it's been a long of course it means the world who knows how long we have our parents who knows how long we have each other so fit something for family and something that so really at this point kind of monumental i was telling my husband this and he's like no way you haven't seen your dad for thanksgiving in twenty years wing know between my mom always being and with my mom's or working most of the last twenty years for every holiday if i had time to go somewhere it was with my stepfather's family in chicago i haven't i haven't spent in it that is so sad and it needs to change while it's art of the tradeoffs that's i think that yet to be honest about what our businesses it is one of the tradeoffs especially in the early years when you're when you're building the career yeah and you have to do the sacrifices you you have to be open to that i think that just knowing your limit i am knowing when you don't have a limit knowing when you can get to that point but it will mean something a year from now to me and that's how one of those things that i ask myself when i when i go to say no is it going to be worth saying now the trade off with if you were in a meteorologist if you weren't on good morning america every morning what would you wanna do with your life so i didn't know whether it all i can't even like oh work for new i had district than what i mean is is working for an airline oh you would you would look at meteorology like half ef oh interesting have meteorologist you know something but i think it's fair to get away from meteorology if you're asking that question and then my answer gets really fun because i would love to bartender guess.

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"chief meteorologist" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"chief meteorologist" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"With that with that kind of reporting in his foreseeing foreshadowing wants to come there's a huge responsibility to get it right yeah how much do you go back and look and say what did i say versus what actually happened at oh my gosh that's all we do do breakdown down the national weather service this year got great accolades as they should have uh especially for our at surrounding hurricane season if you look at the paths they've they've gotten better and better and better and on a personal level when i used to be in chicago for example i would regularly go back and say how many days before did i get people a heads up that they'd have a hailstorm because even if it's going to be hailed it's ruining your car in your your roof and it's not going to be killing unisys airlie i just felt a lot of responsibility especially in a local market to do that um i take it very seriously almost two seriously i'm a little overly ambitious with and with my team and i thought that this last hurricane season what is a great example because our job beyond just showing who's going to be affected if the impacts and so that's what i have now settled on this is my biggest job it's not just who's in the cone but who's going to feel what when and if i can make that clear in one minute that i have on television i feel like i've really done something because if i can get to that you know thirty people that live in this part of the you know florida on this side of florida and then realized that they're more in the storm surge area and if these people over here and then if they tell people hey i watch this person that i find credible in the new or they follow me on social media and i can get that information out correctly feels pretty good feels pretty exciting again on the locals to just going back to chicago though i used to have people tweeting me from their basement and they'd be like hortaosorio you told us to take cover when can we get out of my head he so get very personal i like that too i left the ability to juggle up you can come out now come on now.

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"chief meteorologist" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"chief meteorologist" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"You're in the right place on today's episode abc's very own chief meteorologist ginger zee for unexpected and unfiltered story of struggle and resilience the selfproclaimed natural disaster details her story for perfomance she fell in love with the weather to her battle with depression to fighting her inner strength and gratitude ginger zee welcome to deliver it thank you i am so happy to be across the steve will from you i'm thrilled to have you here ginger is a friend she's a colleague she is our chief meteorologist at abc news the first female chief meteorologist for a major network which is a huge accomplishment it is it's pretty exciting and really there hasn't been a lot of meteorologist so they just to be one of the few of those is pretty special because you actually studied meteorology that's how long become a meteorologist not just because you play went on television her head but you are a good morning america every single morning covering all the weather headlines you're on world news tonight almost every night as well you have your abc news original digital series food more cast and now you are also an author your book out today natural disaster i cover them i am one and i love it ginger in easily this is first of all i would encourage everyone whose listening to read the book because i think for anybody who thinks about getting into this business it's very useful to understand what really does happen behind the scenes and you let people in on a lot of real authentic experiences and it gets raw oh yeah no this is not a this is not a book where you say oh it's very nice and i'm a nice sweater and i looked really am going to give you the kind story no while i mean the only giving a real mole thing begins with you cancelling your wedding yeah i mean and that's the thing i went in what took to write this book i really wanted to write a board book for children like a had a baby at thought i'll start with like fouryearolds that's a that's a really easy you know write a couple of where us pictures let some weather together but i had a very simple concept in mind and we went in and i.

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