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"de icers" Discussed on KOMO
"Best to clean up the mess, but there are still some tricky spots. Mostly stole is taking a closer look at the situation on 205th and Edmonds. This was one spot on Friday they saw them hit hard with some de icer mix at the intersection because that was the concern. A lot of people heading out of these Neighborhoods coming down these hills onto the main arterials that are pretty clear but the side streets still a slushy, sloppy, slippery messes You can see walking around, even you got to take it slow into coma. The streets are generally passable. But there are some challenges as CO most in East Whitaker discovered here on South D Street. You can see that even though this is quite a hill, a number of drivers have been able to make their way up and down the street. But then what they've left behind, obviously are kind of bands of snow up there, people Kind of following in the same tire tracks. All of that snow has to eventually go somewhere as our temperatures heat up and as the rain continues to fall, and so that is where we're gonna end up with an issue of all of that, Having to come down into these storm drains. There's some good news for people in Seattle crews have cleared at least one lane in each direction. Of every arterial in the city. Most neighborhood streets that remain icy and slushy. Dawn Schellenberg with the Seattle Department of Transportation explains. Their priorities really do just focus on those critical arterial streets. We don't plow the residential streets are the alley and again bus riders should expect delays more than 20 Metrobus is got stalled over the weekend. Some will require maintenance. Homo news time. Seven await Sound Transit is facing a big budget shortfall in CEO Peter Rogoff is urging the board to find new money and identify cost reductions. We get more on this from Kemal's Carleen Johnson. It's either a shortfall of 11.5 billion if you assume the federal government turns loans into grants or otherwise, it's a $15 billion shortfall. The cost of Landis skyrocketed. There are some issues with soupy soil and a projected $6 billion reduction in tax revenue due to the economic blow of the pandemic. The Seattle Times reports. The shortage was revealed last month and now board members facing tough decisions to close the budget gap. DeLay promised projects raise taxes. Ask the feds for more money. And it will help. If Congress passes another round of covert relief money. The agency would get some of that sound transit received 346 million last year. Carleen Johnson come on New, many property owners in Pierce County are going to see their taxes increase again more from Cuomo's Eric Heights. The assessor treasurer's office is property taxes Countywide will see a 4.8% increase over 2020. Highest tax increase from last year was in White River or property saw an increase in value of 10.7% to coma. Property owners will experience the smallest tax increase on Lee $40 on the average home. Some area saw a decrease in property taxes, including ordering, which will see a reduction in taxes of 3.7%, Eric I. It's coma News. At least three people were hurt in an RV fire in Seattle's Fremont neighborhood. One woman is in critical condition. A man is says stable at the hospital. No confirmation of the cause. But the Seattle Fire Department says many people who live in RVs may not be able to use safe materials to stay warm during the cold snap, and that, in turn could spark a fire Co Moh news times 7 10, Now the Beacon plumbing sports desk for an update with Tom Hustler, Washington's men's basketball team, wrapping up three games in five days they had across the state for the second meeting of the Boeing Apple Cup series at Washington State. The Huskies have dropped five in a row. Look who's coming off a loss to USC Saturday. Coach Mike Hopkins says he continues to search for more energy from his players. What we just Yeah. You just gotta put your camp sorry. Give energy those air game winning plays, Hustle plays diving on the floor. Those of the place that create that energy to time. Five o'clock from Pullman kooks favored by 7.5, Washington and Washington State women's basketball, both losing in the desert. Yesterday, Arizona beat the Huskies 77 53, Arizona State knocked off Washington State 67 61. In case you missed it. Over the weekend, the big Maple left hander James Paxton, returning to the Mariners, the 32 year old lefty except a one year except, say, one year $8.5 million deal with incentives that could put him at about 10 million. He pitched for the Mariners from 2013 to 2018. And in 2018 may of that month, you may remember on his home soil in Toronto, Canada. It's a no hitter, Jordan Speaketh couldn't complete the quest for his first win since the 2017 British Open and instead after leading heading into the third round, saw his two shot lead, go to Eve. Three shot deficit after just six holes and Daniel Berger and with an eagle on number, 18 shot a 75 65. They gave him a two shot win at the Pebble Beach Pro Am Sports at 10 40 past each hour. Tom Butler Come on Who's Come on news time. 7 12. We're beginning to see another concerning development in the Corona virus pandemic. ABC is Mona Co star. Abdi has the latest growing concerns about variants of the Corona virus, The New York Times reports. Doctors have now found seven variants of the virus that originated in the US spotlighting the urgent need for better tracking of cases and mutations. All of these various had the same exact mutation. That could just be a coincidence. But some researchers are worried that could this mean that the virus is getting smarter and adapting. Until now, scientists have been studying mutations discovered in other countries like the South African strain, which is more resistant to vaccines and the UK Varian, which is more contagious and therefore be more deadly than absolute risk. Is still low. They compare two groups, so it's still too early to saves more deadly, but it's certainly more contagious. It comes amid a major drop in overall cases across the country about 71,000 new infections were reported yesterday compared to last month, when the country saw more than 225,000 daily cases. As a result, more states are easing restrictions in Minnesota dining capacity has been increased to 50% extending hours that eating establishments and bars could be open. We're expanding some of those capacities up to 250 in Washington. State gyms and movie theaters are now open in nearly every county, Iowa in Montana have lifted mask mandates, and New York is opening sports arenas. But the head of the CDC is warning Americans now is not the time to let our guard down. We're nowhere out of the woods. And as you know, if we relax these medications strategies with increasing transmissible variants out there. We could be in a much more difficult spots and in the race to vaccinate new frustrations this Morning. A major vaccination site in San Francisco is the latest to close because of a lack of supply. Monaco's are Abdi ABC NEWS New York People from Indiana, Wisconsin, Missouri, even as far away as California jumped the line for covert 19 shots in Illinois over the weekend. A B C's can't Martin is in ST Louis officials in Belleville and so then Illinois say people shared emails for registration of the covert 19 vaccination site this weekend health care workers and people 65 older We're supposed to receive their shots first, but nearly 80 per Some of the hundreds who showed up with the site were from out of state. Even a 12 year old was registered. Anyone who did not qualify was turned away. But it's still a resulted in delays at the site. Officials have changed the enrollment process to make sure it doesn't happen again. Kent Martin, ABC NEWS ST Louis, speaking of enrollment, you can sign up again for Obama care today, if you want to. The Department of Health and Human Services has decided to reopen insurance enrollment on healthcare dot Gove. President Biden announced earlier this year that his administration would allow Americans have lost their jobs and the employer based.
"de icers" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Mix. People are waking up this morning on hoods cold. Don't let the weather determine who you are now, if you're someone who's a little cheaper than other people. Danny said Herman, You bite it. He bought the cheap windshield fluid and he had cut the highway twice. He froze. What you're doing here is untrue, unfair and is actually slanderous. So HR will be on the phone. I didn't buy the wrong windshield wiper stuff because I'm cheap. I bought it because that was on the shelf. I went to the gas station. They had the blue stuff in a jug. I paid for it with the gasoline. I filled up my thing. Now I'm being told that there's actual windshield washer fluid for below zero, but I didn't know this. It was not cheapness thing. Yeah, I think that the problem is that you bought some of that windshield wiper something that said blue stuff in the bottle was that Would you just say the blue stuff? The juice Company Jug? Yeah, That's the problem off brand. Get yourself a good brand. Is there in a pretty Is there a name brand? What's the name? Brand blue stuff. Well, I don't think it's blue stuff in the jug. Firestone. Maybe I think Let's take a look here. There's not a number of branded you could take. As matter of fact, you should call Jerry Jones and ask him. He's the expert to of gas stations. And what's in gas stations? Yeah, he likes to hang out. And actually, the best stuff you can get. Danny Crestone all season. That's it. There you go, or rain X has a de icer one. The rain X is awesome because it watches everything off of not having to use your wiper blades. You see that? There's some good stuff there. The blue star for this information two weeks ago. Well, the blue stuff in the jug. I don't think that get too Does that 1 99 that cost exactly. Danny went and bought the yet. Would you like to press though, Mr Settlement? No. I'll take the blue stuff in the jug. I want to know if you'd even be able to fill up your washer fluid in your car. What do you mean? I don't know if you know how to do it. Yes, I know how Dok shot Absolutely zero shot. Are you serious? I'm just asking. I don't think it's out of the question Question. I mean, you've gotta you know, you got a 2 $300,000 card yet? We were that is I'm just saying, I mean it's touch. Stop the line. You know exactly where it is. Now, Listen, I just got an old Hyundai. You know, it's it's It's fun. I know where it's all labeled. I don't know about yours. Those there is a German. Well, Isn't that what the writing on their very e used car? We let me tell you? Yeah. Used car, I would say, Danny, that's that. You don't want to get the top the line stuff there, so Danny tells the story. Now, how was how was the travel coming in? It was literally and I'm not being you know, over the top was the worst riding I ever had in my entire life. I had to get off the highway at two separate occasions. Because the blue stuff in the jug froze and, you know, cars pass you and they spit up stuff all over your windshield. You turn on your windshield wipers. And the next thing I knew my windshield was covered in like a muddy muck. I couldn't spray the blue stuff from the jug. To clean it off is it was frozen because it was frozen. So I had to get off the highway. Not once, but twice that to get off a de Mr Clean my windshield there got back on next thing You know, it's all muddied up with Mark. I had to get off that Wilson. Do it again. Then I got on the express lanes and I was like, caged in right. You can't get off the express lanes so I couldn't see for like the next eight miles. So total darkness total muckety muck on my windshield. But I'm here for you. Well, thank you called sheep by cap, but my people have been deal dealing with being called cheap since the dawn of time and one of my owns doing it to me in that great No, It's not great. He doesn't think that's great. So great Anyway. 3123323776, Are you okay out there? You handling the weather because it was a little slick coming and I will give you that. Well, let me ask you this. What's the coldest that you've ever been? Now? Listen, you spent a lot of time in the twin cities. Yes, in Minnesota, and I spent some time away. Also, you tell me Was the cold that you've ever been in your life. So Other like the polar vortex. I can't believe it was eight winters ago. I said to Danny, Like three years ago, the polar vortex was awful. He's like Kid. Three years ago, it was 2013. I can't believe it's that longer. But in the twin cities where they are so much better at cleaning snow, like they don't put the freaking plow in the front of the garbage truck. They actually have snow removal equipment. We would get eight inches at night. And in the morning you'd be like, Oh, We have schools that roads are already clear. They were amazing at it. But there was a wind chill. I went to see a buddy of mine's parents. We went up there and we're gonna go snowmobiling. And the mom said, Hold on, Let us get you gloves to where? When you go snowmobiling behind their house. There was it was in like a very small town in Wisconsin. And I said, I'm good. I got gloves. Those are gonna be warm enough. I'm like these air really awesome gloves. Sorry. We got three minutes from his house had to turn around. Go back and get these other gloves. The windshield was 60 below. 60. I mean, that that was a little extreme. Yeah, but I would say the coldest I've ever been, is going to, uh, favorite Fairbanks, Alaska to cover the USC flame. Oh, boy. So this the BP top of the World Classic Geoff Schwartz has a great idea. He says. I got an idea. Why don't we send you to Alaska? And I said, Excuse me. So you sent your brother to Alaska? It'll be great. It'll be wonderful. You cover the flavors in Alaska, and I said, OK, I've never been as you go. So I was there and Cappie was.
"de icers" Discussed on KOMO
"And the Winter Storm right now, Teacher may have the kids guess what. Three Is it? Not snowing? It's 11 31 here in Seattle. Another snow day for us is we get you caught up now, with a topical stories in the coma, 24 7 news Center, and we'll get the parent and learn more about the snow here. Utility crews Grays Harbor County, I can hear the applause. They've completed work on state Route one of five, replacing an 80 ft transmission. Paul restoring power to roughly 1000 customers there in the South West port area totally and Grayling. They can hear us here on Komal. I could hear the cheering. They've been out of power for sometime this weekend. Crews continue to work to restore knowledge is still around. Ocean shores. Also road conditions. Trucks were still here in the Puget Sound region, Washing State Patrol, saying it's important that you don't abandon your car so snowplows can do their jobs. Trooper Johnson with sharing with us that state patrol responding to 41 spin out yesterday, and about 156 calls for stranded and abandoned vehicles. If you don't get back to your car, remove it, it will be towed. All Metro bus is now on special snow roots due to road conditions in King County. That means some roots may be delayed or even canceled. Trust your driver in Washington state fairies now on severe weather. Schedule this weekend until further notice. It's reduced sailings today on popular routes, including Bremerton, Bainbridge, Kingston would be Island and San Juan's. They say it's a result of the snow and lack of ridership. They say they'll be back to normal tomorrow, Fingers crossed, and we should also mention late fight. Until now. It's been a busy weekend for road crews and utility crews all over the region. Could take a few days to have roads, all cleared in areas hit hard and deep snow and ice one area and Snohomish County. They've used more than 15,000 gallons of de icer and plowed the equivalent of about 4500 miles. We saw spinouts installed car's getting towed while others had trouble even leaving a driveway in the last 24 hours or so. State troopers have responded to more than 200 car crashes. That's just in Snohomish Skagit. What come and Island counties Some people still have a lot of snow to dig out around their homes. Were you hoping they'll leave soon? No, no, just getting a pathway. Just to get the start of the way just to get path later. In case I do have to leave. That's almost even Karen reporting in effect today for some area counties face two of Washington's roadmap to recovery plan is effective. This includes the Northwest region, which includes nation and concept counties in the West region, which includes Thurston County, as announced by Governor Jay Inslee a few days ago and we should also mention for sports, you see, always snapped a two game losing streak holding off the Husky 64 61 late Saturday. Gonzaga blasted San Francisco 100 of 61. That's at least 20 wins now for the Bulldogs for their 24th consecutive season, 20 throwing Southern Cal be to Washington State Cougars 76 65 last night for the 10th straight victory over the Cougars Trojans improved Nadal to 11 and two in the Pac 12 and about 30,000 fans allowing to attend today's Daytona 500. Denny Hamlin, the reigning Daytona.
"de icers" Discussed on KOMO
"Got teams have been working around the clock 24 7 to clear Seattle's major arterials with plows. Salt spreaders de icer trucks. They've been assisted by a number of city crews, and I just want to remark and thank our city crews. They're jerk and ask people not to drive. If they don't have to into, please shovel their sidewalks so people can get around. As we said road crews are exhausted, working around the clock since our major snowstorm hit Co Moh meteorologists Abby A. Cockney breaks down how Seattle and King County responded to the big winter blast. Having a snowstorm in a pandemic is creating unique challenges. People still need to get the hospitals, clinics, vaccination and testing sites so important right now in the pandemic, So what work is being done to prioritize clearing route specifically in those areas? We continue to prioritize our routes that serve hospitals, testing sites and vaccination vaccination sites on does arterial routes that are getting people to and from those that's where we put our Our equipment, and our resource is that's where that's where we focused with this intense snow and call the city of Seattle's Open up City hall for people who need shelter and it will be open 24 7 through Monday morning. Remember, officials say it is your responsibility to shovel your sidewalk in front of your home or business. Reporting in Seattle and meteorologist Abby A. Coney Come on news. Democratic Washington Congresswoman for Mila giant Paul is disappointed in President Trump's acquittal in his impeachment trial. In a statement, she said the one term twice impeach former president incited his supporters to launch the deadliest and most destructive assault on the U. S Capitol since the war of 18 12. She says. We must hold the 43 senators who voted to acquit fully accountable for endangering our nation and letting Donald Trump off the hook for the deadly insurrection. U. S Senator Patty Murray said in a statement. I voted today to convict former President Trump and prevent him from ever holding office again because we have to be a country run by strength and courage. Not by fear that uses votes and voices, not brute force. And I voted to convict today because I believe we must speak up for our democracy now or we may lose it forever. Path forward. Most of Washington state is preparing to move into the next phase of the governor's reopening plan, just in time for Valentine's Day. The only region not moving is South Central because they did not meet the requirements set by the state. Almost Keith Elders reports on how places are getting ready for Sunday's opening. We've got our table's spaced apart. We're getting ready. Hazel Glaring is gearing up for Valentine's Day at the restaurant she owns with her husband, Matt. Herb Neiman Steakhouse, and Ever since then, what come county. Valentine's Day is the busiest day of the year for restaurants, along with New Year's Eve, so Being able to open on Valentine's Day is huge. In fact, it was her husband, who lamented that the original start of Phase two for them wasn't going to be until Monday. When the holiday is so big for them, something I took to the governor's their consideration of moving it up with a couple of days. It's something I can think about, and I will give some thought to that. A few hours later, the governor did just that allowing restaurants to open up indoors on Valentine's Day. Peter Average, Cambodia's And the forecast is adding to the uncertainty for people desperate to get the Corona virus vaccine or get tested for the virus call most damning. Matanza has the latest and also talked with Beth Sabraw ski of the Washington Hospital Association. King County has already been forced to shuffle their vaccines because of the storm vaccine appointments at the Auburn Drive thru site had to be moved indoors to the can show where site That's where Colin 19 testing sites. All of King County's medium high volume testing sites will be closed Saturday because of weather conditions in Pierce County Health Department moved up drive thru vaccinations to this one day and Thursday because of the weather, and none are happening this weekend. In Snohomish County. The vaccine task force hasn't closed the mass vaccination sites. But if there any changes will post them online by 7 A.m. the day of that closure and ask for covert 19 testing. All community based testing sites are closed until Sunday. Now, hospital officials advise people not to take risks with their safety in these adverse conditions. We do want to get this lifesaving vaccine interest many people as possible and give us many people..
"de icers" Discussed on KOMO
"Docket as well. It's 2 37 at coma well earlier today, we sent our reporters out around town to see how much trouble folks were having with the light amount of overnight snow in anticipation of the heavier stuff that's gonna fall tonight. Como's Carleen Johnson went around South King County, Luke stopped to get gas and offered this morning had a couple of inches of snow on his SUV. From body like it was a little slow yet there, But coming down for 10 was completely fine, and the roads have been fine around here, told me He's glad he doesn't have to work tomorrow when a lot more snow is expected to be piled up combat was driving an 18. Wheeler told me he was happy Crews have been out treating the roads loads up pains When you're going up the hills comes up has to drive to Montana this weekend tells me he's used to winter conditions, but not really a fan of driving a semi across icy mountain passes. Pay intending up this knowing this morning up on Snoqualmie Pass ice on the roadway and bitter cold. So drivers need to be prepared. Carleen Johnson. Come on news. Speaking of preparations, it doesn't take a lot Shut down a city like Seattle or any number of cities around here with all of our hills. Right now. Snow is falling across many areas, but it hasn't stuck just quite as much as it has in the south and couples. Tammy Natasa has more on the plan to try and keep roads safe when the heavier snow comes tonight. Now city road crews all ready to throw down de icer on key streets and bridges. Then they'll plow and salt the routes with the snowfall. They have these sensors on bridges that constantly measure roadway temperatures and cameras at your real time conditions and something new this year, there's priority on maintaining public access to those covert 19 testing sites. The Seattle Fire Department Is working with S stock to make sure Cruz will.
"de icers" Discussed on KOMO
"Exam online today. Our next Cuomo traffic out 11 44. The Kamo forecast from the diversified cross Space Weather Center. The biggest new event of the season is upon us In less than 24 hours, A widespread heavy snow will begin to develop across all of western Washington. So if you missed out on the snow today, you most certainly will. Not by tomorrow. 6 to 12 inches of snow in the forecast across the Puget Sound lowlands that does include Seattle with a fresh 6 to 8 inches. Close to a foot, if not a bit over for parts of Shelton, Olympia Hood Canal kids that Peninsula and become a weather center and meteorologist Kristen Clarke in Seattle right now, cloudy skies 31 degrees. Areas north of Seattle haven't seen much snow yet, but doesn't mean there aren't challenges on the roads come mostly stolen is watch through the morning and there were some pretty slick spots along 205th and Edmund. Not a lot of snow. Just a sugar dusting. Nothing sweet about this, though, when you see No one really is going in a straight line. It's been a spot where we've seen a lot of fish tailing people trying to pick up speed as they're going up that Hill 99, just on the other side of it. Come was leased all winter tightening its grip on the Seattle area as we move a little more in the southern direction. Here's couple standing, Natasa crews will be throwing down de icer on key streets and bridges that no plow the snow in salt. The routes. Sensors on bridges will constantly measure roadway temperatures and cameras show real time conditions and new this year, there's priority on maintaining public access to covert 19 testing sites. It's incredibly important for us to keep the testing sites open if possible. The Seattle Fire Department is working with Estelle To make sure Cruz will.
Seattle crews plan to keep roads clear to COVID-19 vaccine sites
"Comas. Sami Natasa has more and she talked with Seattle fires Kristen Tinsley, stock crews will be throwing down de icer on key streets and bridges that no plow the snow insult the rounds. Sensors on bridges will constantly measure roadway temperatures and cameras show real time conditions and new this year. There's priority on maintaining public access to covert 19 testing sites. It's incredibly important for us to keep the testing sites open. If possible. The Seattle Fire Department is working with S stock to make sure Cruz will pile major routes to the sites and pre treat parking lot. Areas to on the vaccine. Front mobile units equipped with chains will be deployed out to facilities to vaccinate people, so they're not exposed to severe weather. If people have any sentence of covert 19, we encourage them to seek testing. So we want to make that as easy as possible for folks, which is why we're partnering with S stock to plow. Those roads in advance. Stores have been seeing a run on winter supplies
Snow blankets Seattle with more on the way
"Much snow to shut down the entire city of Seattle. The past has taught us that Right now, Snow is falling across much of the city with more to come. Almost Tammy mitosis with more on the plan to keep roads safe. Now, City road crews all ready to throw down de icer on key streets and bridges. And no plow and salt the routes with the snowfall and something new this year. There's priority on maintaining public access to those covert 19 testing sites. Now, mobile units equipped with chains will be deployed out to facilities to vaccinate people, so they're not exposed to the cold
Snow blankets Seattle with more on the way
"Much snow snow to shut to shut down down the entire the entire city city of Seattle. of Seattle. The past The past has taught has taught us that us that Right Right now, now, Snow Snow is falling is falling across across much much of the of city the city with with more more to come. to come. Almost Almost Tammy Tammy mitosis mitosis with with more more on the on plan the plan to keep to keep roads roads safe. safe. Now, Now, City City road road crews crews all all ready ready to to throw throw down down de de icer icer on on key key streets streets and and bridges. bridges. And no And no plow plow and salt and salt the routes the routes with with the snowfall the snowfall and and something something new new this this year. year. There's There's priority priority on on maintaining maintaining public public access access to those to those covert covert 19 19 testing testing sites. sites. Now, Now, mobile mobile units units equipped equipped with with chains chains will will be deployed be deployed out out to facilities to facilities to vaccinate to vaccinate people, people, so so they're not they're not exposed exposed to the to cold the cold
"de icers" Discussed on KOMO
"Maybe a half inch to just a quick coding on the grassy surfaces but not much the farther north ago that's knows encountering very dry, cold air, single digit windshield values and wins over 50 MPH in Western Welcome County. Today, better potential for stone. Your backyard Friday night into Saturday will indeed be a pliable snow of 5 to 10 inches for the Puget Sound lowlands and become a weather center meteorologist Kristen Clarke in Seattle. Right now, cloudy skies and it is certainly chilly, really everywhere we look if you're in hope, Williams Just 34 degrees on Lee 26 on San Juan Island at the Friday Harbor Airport. And here in Seattle. A couple of folks have tweeted to say that they're seeing flurries. I haven't seen any just yet outside our windows next to the space needle. Certainly cold enough for it, though. It's 33 degrees. Come on news time. 12 06. The state Department of Transportation says it's been planning first No since last spring, the agency says they have roughly 100 trucks ready to hit the road when the flakes start to fall with 64,000 tons of salt and more than a million gallons of de icer because we've had such a mild winter. So far, the D O T hasn't had to use much of their stockpile of winter material. Washington's pipeline to receive the coveted covert vaccine has been on shaky ground so far as couples. Brian Counter tells us new promises from the federal government could make predicting future doses and actually getting the vaccine lot easier. The frustration since the vaccine was first released have come down to two big issues getting enough vaccine to the state in the first place and access to that vaccine. Once it's here, the problem or the challenges right now that the vaccine supplies what really Keeps us as the unknown factor that just.
"de icers" Discussed on KOMO
"Mountains at this point, we don't have any restrictions at Snoqualmie Pass at Stevens passed. We do have traction tires advise our next coma. Traffic up 10 14. Let's update the forecast The diversified crawl Space Weather Center forecast with meteorologist Kristen Clarke, the first big snow of the season is upon us snowing lightly across South Puget Sound this morning. Continuing throughout the afternoon, could see about 1 to 3 inches of snow across Thurston and Pierce County. But that's really the northern extent of the snow hard to get it much north of Seattle throughout the day, where just maybe adjusting could fall here and in parts of King County. Otherwise, we gotta wait for Friday night into Saturday for your backyard to see several inches of an impactful snow. Yeah, we're talking as much as 5 to 10 inches across the western Washington lowlands by the weekend and the common Weather Center meteorologist Kristen Clark Right now downtown Seattle. It's freezing 32 degrees at 10 06. We continue with our top stories on Call 24 7 News Center and 20 minutes of nonstop news. The state Transportation Department says it's been planning for snow since last spring. The agency says it has roughly 100 trucks ready to hit the road when the flakes start falling with 64,000 tons of salt and more than a million gallons of de icer because we had such a mild winter. So far, the D O T hasn't had the use much of that stockpile of winter materials. Washington's pipeline to receive the coveted covert vaccine has been on shaky ground so far, and his co host Brian Calvert, tells us new promises from the federal government could make predicting future doses and actually getting the vaccine a lot easier. The frustration since the vaccine was first released have come down to two big issues getting enough vaccine to the state in the first place and access to that vaccine once it's here, the problem or the challenges right now that the vaccine supplies what really? Keeps us as the unknown factor that just.
"de icers" Discussed on KOMO
"To snow rounds a couple things that we've learned from past no storms that we want everyone to know his number one have patients When snow falls, it comes quickly. It could be very disabling usually doesn't last too long. We will not be able to get to every street in city of Seattle. That's why we have what we call the emerald and gold routes or when Sam Zimbabwe first called to the greening. Hello, routes, So no, your maps know when your bus could be coming if you need a transit, The heaviest of the snow again is expected to fall south of Seattle, For example, in Thurston County. Almost cold. Miller has more on the preparations there. Here in Olympia, where we are, crews are set to work around the clock if needed. Many streets and hills have already been hit with that de icer ahead of this February blast of winter. Sometimes it can End up being nothing. Our congee a big deal. I'm got my food pantry stocked up on all of that. I'm gonna be out in little rock pet sitting, so I'm gearing up and here we go with food provisions. Whatever I need earlier in the day, our cameras catching a glimpse of the city's plows. Seven total standing by. We do have some schedule changes this morning. But they're mostly in school districts were remote learning is already going on. But places like five Olympia North Ersten ton water, those district's stand would to the north. Those places are using remote learning on Lee Today, Check with your school district. The state House of Representatives passed three bills yesterday related to police accountability and reform. As we hear from Kemal's Carleen Johnson, one of the bills they passed will track officer misconduct and others aimed at ensuring that independent investigations of deadly force incidents are done properly. One authorizes the state auditor to audit deadly force investigations to find out if rules and procedures were followed, and the third bill, which passed unanimously directs the Criminal Justice Training Commission to create a grant program. The goal is to encourage more diverse candidates to pursue law enforcement careers. Representative John Lovett co sponsored that one bill helps revitalize trust between communities that law enforcement by encouraging a broader diversity of candidates to see careers in law enforcement, Cos You've been reports law enforcement. Agencies would compete for the grants, and the proposals would have to include plans to attract people from underrepresented groups and communities. All three of these bills now move to the Senate for consideration. Carleen Johnson. Come on, news minute away, We'll find out what the winning answer was, in our daily trivia question. Better sleep means a better you. That's why Mattress firm stands behind the rest assured promise, featuring the best mattresses from America's top rated brands like the Tempera Breeze Collection and Save up to $500 on Premium Adjustable mattress sets, plus, Get a $300. Instant gift with your purchase, the toward sleep accessories shop temp, Repeated Stearns and Buster and more with our sleep Experts today to get your best sleep.
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"A snack or some water. And while snow plows will work to keep the roads passable, neighbors are asked to pitch in and clear their sidewalk. And then there are the human precautions. Communities are gearing up to make sure that people who don't have a home He have a place to go inside and stay warm. Almost Carleen Johnson spoke with the mayor of federal Way about that city's plans. No clear count of how many homeless people there really are in federal way. The one night count for King County includes the South Sound City, but volunteers don't go down into the deep wooded areas where it's known homeless camps were set up. But there is certainly a large homeless population in this city to ensure no one freezes to death and overnight warming shelters going to open tonight for the first time at the community center. Your celebration, part with capacity, though for only about 50 individuals face is really limited there because of hope in 19 congregate shelter is just really. It has a lot of, you know safety concerns as a result of with staffing and the folks that come in here, Jim Farrell says. They will be giving blankets out as well that people could take with them. As for snow preparations were all ready to go. We don't trucks and de icers and as soon as we give them the go ahead, they run on 12 hour shifts. Carleen Johnson Come on news. We already have. A few schedule changes this morning in the Fife school district to their clothes, but they are operating regularly scheduled classes remotely. North Thurston School district and early release and Tom Water schools are closed. Operating remotely. Yelm schools. No preschool assumption. Catholic two hours late Pacific Christian Academy closed but operating remotely and the Olympia Waldorf School is closed due to the cold conditions. Come on news time. 60 11. Time to get to the Beacon Plumbing Sports Desk with Tom Cutler, The defending W NBA champion Seattle Storm continue to reshape their roster after acquiring Candace do Free, saying goodbye to Alicia Clark, who signed with Washington and Crystal Langhorne, who announced her retirement last week. Then yesterday, the New York Liberty picked up Natasha Howard from Seattle is part of a three team trade. Howard goes to the Liberty for the overall number one pick in the draft this year. Phoenix is first round pick next year. The number one pick didn't stay here in Seattle on Oh, the storm traded it to Dallas for Katie, who Samuelson at a second round pick in 2022. Seattle, also said sharpshooters Sammy would come to the New York Liberty for the rights to three year veteran Stephanie Talbot, College hoops, Husky man tried and three game losing streak tonight, but picked a tough team to do it against us. They take on USC leading the pack. 12 coach Mike Hopkins says one key to the Trojan. Success is their height. What we're gonna have to rebound the basketball they are big. You know they are big and they're not just big, but they're good big on. That's it. Every position. They've got great length. They're good passing team on then they're really good interior going to glass, and one of our weakness has been rebounding. The ball have time tonight. Seven o'clock Alaska Airlines Arena, The kooks host U C. L A and Pullman sports instead of 40 past the hour, Tom Butler. Come on. Ooh, come on news time. 6 12. The impeachment of Donald Trump continues later this morning. ABC news correspondent Andrew Dember is they're using never before seen video from the capital Riot. House impeachment managers, using all eight hours of opening arguments to meticulously lay out their case on January 6. President Trump Left everyone In this capital. For dead. Democratic prosecution, claiming Donald Trump incited the mob that attacked Congress on January 6th, using his own words to argue he stoked the flames that mob was paying attention. And they also followed instructions. New chilling security footage shows just how close the writers got to lawmakers that tense moments playing out as senators relived the deadly day watching in stunned silence, the insurrectionists We're on the hunt for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and then vice President Mike Pence, leaving the chamber down a staircase to safety as the violent mob made its way in talking about assassinating the VP. Another clip shows Utah Senator Mitt Romney being warned by an officer to find safety before darting down a hallway. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and others making a run for it to you were just 58 steps away. From where the mob was amassing, and we're police for Russian to stop them. The powerful presentation seeming to sway some Republicans, the evidence that has been presented thus far. It is pretty damning, with Senator John Thune from South Dakota, calling the opening arguments compelling. I think they've done a good job connecting the dots, many those saying they're not ready to make a final decision yet and are still waiting to hear from Trump's defense, and the trial continues today, with Democrats wrapping up their opening arguments. Then Trump's defense team will get its turn. Injured. Imbert ABC News Washington President Joe Biden spoke with Chinese President Xi Jinping for the first time since taking office, the White House, says the president press the Chinese leader on unfair economic practices and human rights. In a long awaited phone call before Chinese New Year celebrations. Kickoff On Thursday, President Xi Jingping warned President Joe Biden that if relations continue to sell between the world's superpowers It would be a disaster for both countries. Echoing previous conversations between the two when they were both vice presidents, the Chinese leader told Biden quote. You have said that America can be defined in one word possibilities. We hope the possibilities will now point toward an improvement of China US relations. Britt Planet ABC News Hong Kong. Homeowners time 6 14. Now we turn our attention to your Thursday morning Commute and the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Here's Kierra Jordan. Well, our commuter looking fairly typical for this time of day. Unfortunately, we don't have any blocking problems. But we are seeing a lot of brake lights on North found 167 from 5 12 into Pacific and then we'll crowd.
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"Harder come. O'Neill's Stadio T Cruise across Puget Sound region are gearing up for the snow with 64,000 tons of salt. 1.1 million gallons of de icer in about 100 trucks ready to hit the roads. Up for the snow's likely happening on a road near you, but probably not the road in front of your house. Crews from all agencies will focus on keeping the most critical roads open first. So ambulances transit another important services can still get through. The homeless county public Works director Kelly Snyder. We are in a pandemic, so we have to be really thoughtful about how we could get folks to where they need to go, whether it's for testing for vaccines for medical care. The major roads and highways will be pre treated with anti icing chemicals. Others will get Salter sand, all with environmental concerns, also in mind, but your neighborhood streets are unlikely to see a plow. Blood centers say the need for donations will become urgent after the snow comes so they're asking people to take action. Now. Almost. Sue Romero has more blood work's Northwest says their inventory is OK for now, even in the middle of a pandemic. But with snow in the forecast, the organization's Kurt Bailey says they have to plan ahead by asking people appointment for next week. We need another 1000. Appointment scheduled for next week that are on the books today, he says the storm comes at a tough time for them when donations are already dwindling because of the upcoming winter break, and because February is typically slow. Bailey urges people to make an appointment at blood works and w dot org's C. Romero come on news well as temperatures dropped cold weather shelters are opening across their area. Right now we know shelters are open and kings Snohomish Thurston a kit sat counties. The shelters have special measures.
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"Hitting the pavement is also less traffic driving on it, and the effectiveness of the de icers will be lower. So eventually this evening, we might hit a point where we're gonna start seeing a lot more patches of ice in random spots like ramps and sheltered areas, bridges, overpasses, so On guard on defense and definitely slowing it down. Whether inroads spray you're driving on something that looks like water, it might well the ice, especially as we get later and later, darker and darker. No major crashes reported right now on the Beltway 95 or 2 70 up in Rhetoric in Hagerstown eastbound 70 the crash after the Hagerstown exits before Boonsboro still on the right side and very much slippery up this way, In fact, ice and snow covered parts well, north and west of Washington, we got a healthy blast of snow over the past couple of hours. Definitely a lot trickier travel out this way. Traffic brought to you by Navy Federal Credit Union proud to serve members of the armed forces, Dut veterans and their families. Their members are the mission. Learn more Navy Federal data Warg Dave Tilden. W T o P. Traffic to Mike Stanford. It's Storm Team force. We watch more snow come down here particularly north of D. C. What do you have Horse? Right now You're watching that band of snow that's moving quickly through the area. It stretches along route 50 from Annapolis through buoy to the For much of the Beltway Now, right through the district and westward in a western fortunes of Montgomery County, Much of 2 70 seeing snow right now we're watching some heavier bands of snow. In the foreign northern suburbs approaching the thermometer area, too. That's Terry has been hit hard over the last several hours with Vance's stuff. So a forecast for tonight scattered snow showers and flurries at times could be an additional 1 to 3 inches of stone from I 70 northward here in the metro area. Could see up to an inch of snow over the next few hours. As these bands come through, they will start to taper off after midnight overnight lows, the mid twenties to lower 30 So not only was he a coating of snow, but all the standing water all the flesh that's going to rephrase in the nighttime hours. Blustery and cold Tomorrow was of scattered snow showers or flurries. Let's make that step to 40 miles an hour times highs tomorrow in the low to mid thirties and not much in the way of any melting. Partly sunny, blustery on Wednesday still risk us of snow flurries and highs in the mid to upper thirties Leesburg 28 VW Marshall 32 right now.
Snow Emergency declared in Washington D.C. as snow sticks
"Snow emergency plans and affect region. Why through Tuesday morning, they say, Stay off the roads. Unless you are an emergency responder a medical professional or you're involved in snow removal. If you have to drive, ensure you're in a vehicle equipped for snow travel. If things get tough, and you have to abandon your vehicle on a snow emergency route, let police know in most cases abandoned vehicles. Being towed immediately. While the snow emergency is in effect. You can't park on snow emergency routes. You could be ticketed and towed and officials say if you can put abrasives like rock salt de icer or non clumping kitty litter on sidewalks to reduce the possibility of icing and to prevent slips and falls.
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Stop reaches Vectra dot ai slash federal It's vital. Wait, get a $59 Precision furnace tuna by calling 809 48 Mike traffic and weather on the age to Ian Crawford in the traffic center. To quote the movie anchorman. This is escalated quickly on the capital Beltway. Your lanes are passable intact. Most area roadways. Your lanes are passable lot of pre treating a lot of salt trucks have been out the last couple of days getting ready for this, and the main event is here at least, act one of the main event again Lanes passable for the most. But give yourself a much time. But you can When you travel this morning, less speed and morphology in distance. The object of the exercise, after all, is to get there in one piece. Not necessarily. Is he how fast you can do it with that in mind Crash Activity B W Parkway North bound in Maryland. That's where we'll start after 1 97 with the right lane at last report. Getting by. We had a crash on the 2 70 local lanes. The North bound wrapped too. I 3 70 that was over on the left side. I believe our festivities earlier near Shady Grove Road have been conclude. Did now to Virginia. No. 95 has been a nightmare. It's so far this morning with crash activity in both directions. Pretty much anywhere you go between the Springfield interchange and foul meth will start that. The bottom went fell meth. We had crashes in both directions. But North found is where he had a lot of the action. I think you're still down to a single right lane to get by the crash activity South bound your Stafford actually won 40 the crash was over on the right shoulder. Additional crash activity has been reported in your dumb freeze after dump reason. I believe That is now shouldered right new crash being reported 95 stamp out near backlit growed. I think it's going to be part of that ramp that comes off the outer loop and go south on 95. This may be a car into the back of a plow and with crash activity over on the right shoulder and the first responders just now making the scene in the district. We had a broken down metro bus I to 95 north bound after South Capitol Street that was blocking the right lane again as much time and caution as you can use on the roadways. Today's if you must travel He and Crawford w t o p. Traffic snow continues to fall in immediately Sticking will continue a snow throughout the day. A little bit more spotty tonight and then we'll start to see change over to some rain and a little bit of mixed D c South and East as we go through the afternoon and evening, and then tomorrow was well, we'll continue with a little mix. No continues north and west of D C. While change back to snow. Tomorrow night into Tuesday, some big accumulations possible up to a foot north and west and storms in for meteorologists warn record now 38 degrees in Annandale, 32 in college Park, 20. Get in all the Andy Andy's 32 degrees outside the W T o P studios in Friendship Heights. It finds 11 despite D. C delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton is request to allow sledding of the U. S Capitol grounds. The hills on the complex will remain closed. Capitol Police tell w t o p That's leading will not be allowed on the Capitol slopes this time around. They cited security and covert 19 concerns, along with the fact that construction crews are still taking down inauguration platforms. Despite the closure, Capitol police say they look forward to welcoming sledders in the future. Service on so metro bus routes is suspended today and there will be road changes on others to avoid heels and narrow streets. Metro railed. Open it 8 a.m. less than three hours from now, Trains will run on a normal weekend schedule. Metro says Trains can operate very close to a normal schedule and snowfall of up to six inches, Although minor delays may be possible is de icer trains run between passenger trains. Scheduled work at the Addison Road in all Indian cemetery stations and on the Yellow Line Bridge is suspended today how to toll lanes fit into the future of I 2 70 in the capital Beltway, Maryland's Department of Transportation has settled on a design for hot lanes or high occupancy toll lanes. Two in each direction would be added to 4 95 from the American Legion Bridge to the I to 70 spur. And on I 2 70 from the Beltway to Interstate 70 in Frederick County. The toll lanes called managed lanes by Maryland State transportation officials would be built and operated with private money. Users would pay rates that would fluctuate along with traffic volume. The announcement from the department came with no heads up to Montgomery County's counsel or county executive. The plan has been the subject of extended debate, which led to changes in the earlier design. Governor Larry Hogan has called the project on the drawing board since 2017. Game changer that could break gridlock on the commuter routes. Kate Ryan w T O P News we're coming up on 13 past the hour. A new report from the Governor's Highway Safety Association and the Ford Motor Company Fund underscores the roles speeding plays in the deaths of teen drivers and their passengers. During covert. There's been much said and written about the dangers of speeding on less than crowded roadways. But teenage speeding is a longstanding problem. The new analysis finds that in the five year period ending in 2019 off the teenagers ages 16 to 19, who died in fatal crashes. 43% were speeding related. Among the recommendations to get teens to slow down include parent teen driving agreements, online training, even mobile laps for teenage cell phones that can deliver speeding information to parents. Dick Uliano. W T O P News no DOUBT you've seen those wintertime polar bear plunge is where swimmers with stronger constitutions than I taken icy cold dip. A plunge in Virginia this.
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"With trains set to run on a normal weekend schedule. Metro says trains can operate very close to a normal schedule and snowfall of up to six inches, although minor delays may be possible as de icer trains run between passenger trains scheduled work in Addison Road, arly Into the cemetery and on the Yellow Line Bridge will also be suspended. John Aaron w T o P. News It's 504 new Tonight. Governor Larry Hogan has announced that the South African covert 19 variant has been identified in Maryland. The case announced today involves a adults living in the Baltimore region. The person has not traveled internationally making community transmission likely. The South African variant has not been shown to cause more severe illness or an increased risk of death. But it is believed to be more trade. Dismissible than other strains. Hogan says State officials are closely monitoring the variant and that contact tracing efforts are underway. The UK variant was identified in Maryland on January 12 in just a couple of minutes here at 5 10 on WCO. He will talk to Dr William Moss from Johns Hopkins and learn more about this new vary it. The vacation process has been kicked that vaccination. The vaccination process has begun for Prince George's County school employees. The 1st 1400 or so coronavirus Shots are getting distributed this weekend with hopes the whole school system will be vaccinated by the end of March, Maryland, Blackwell showed up to the Prince George's County sports and learning complex, brighten early, ready to get her first Corona virus vaccine because I'm gonna be safe. She's a pair of professional at Barnaby Manner Elementary in Oxon Hill. I missed the Children. I do. Do I do? I'm ready to go back. But she says she can't do that until she's vaccinated. No, no, This is the key. I agree. School system's CEO Monica Goldson was also here to get a shot. I feel great. I do not like shots, but it was painless, and she hopes the rest of the school system's employees will rush to sign up for their shots, too. I need them to take that vaccine to protect themselves. To protect our students and to protect our students. Families. That's it in Landover, John Doe MEN W. T O P new teachers in Prince William County and D. C are also getting their shots and planned vaccine events today. Next week. Certain groups who work with Children in the district will receive emails explaining how to register for vaccination shots as well. Eligible staff members.
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"Senior Al Qaeda operative accused of bombing the USS Cole in 2000. The terrorism trials at the base has been further delayed by the pandemic People in the Midwest a bracing for a storm with heavy wet, snow predicted it's important to keep in mind that snow shoveling can take time. And some may experience injuries. Please take it. Slow Dress warmly provide assistance to neighbors, family and seniors is imperative to keep informed the weather conditions and stayed connected with family and friends that Chicago's emergency management too, right To Richard would ice and this CBS News Never miss a moment Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T. O P s. It is 403 on a Saturday January the 30th 2021 Snow is on the way 35 degrees as we head up to the upper thirties. Good to have you along this afternoon. I'm Mike Murillo and our top local story is the winter storm. That's on the way. We have a winter storm warning in effect for most of the region with a winter storm watch in effect. For the northern suburbs from snow expected to move in after midnight. This will be the biggest winter storm we've seen in a while, but believe it or not, we've actually lucked out with this one. Thanks to the timing of it. Most of the wave of storm energy is going to be on Sunday, so we won't have the rush hour factor. Well, that's good news. But it doesn't mean we're not going to have some pretty significant issues on the roads throughout Monday, with potentially more snow falling, plus freezing rain and ice pick a +12 punch one system than another National Weather Service meeting. Urologist Kevin Witt. It's gonna be an impactful storm, promising to bring the most snow we've seen since 2019. That year. A January storm dumped 10 inches of snow that in February. Another brought us about three inches. Nikolai Nelly w T o P News It is 404. The looming snow storm is expected to upend a lot of travel plans, and that includes some on metro Tomorrow, some metro bus routes will be suspended and detours will be in effect on other routes so Busses can avoid things like hills and narrow streets. As Metrobus operates under what Metro calls a moderate snow service plan, Metro says additional bus service impacts or possible to on the rails. The agency says the weekend schedule is unchanged and the trains can operate very close to a normal schedule and snowfall of up to six inches. However, it says minor delays may be possible as de icer trains run between passenger trains. Scheduled work is also being suspended at Addison Road, Arlington Cemetery and on the Yellow Line Bridge. John Aaron w T o P News And by the way that winter weather warning is in effect for the entire D C region, Maurin traffic and weather on the eight just ahead. Maryland has become the second state in the US to detect a case of the South African covert 19 variant. First case is most likely not an isolated one because Maryland governor Larry Hogan says the Baltimore area adult has it didn't Traven travel internationally recently, pointing to community transmission of the virus variant? This mutation, which is the dominant strain in South Africa.
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"Top story here on Colorado's Morning news, a slick and slippery or even slippery type of Dr this morning, si dot trucks have been laying down de icer throughout the night, but they're still warning drivers to watch out for icy patches this morning, Sixth Avenue. The roads are a lot better than they were yesterday, though afternoon when a pile of shit down I 25 near Loveland for more than four hours, both semis and vehicles, part of the pile up. Half dozen people taken to the hospital snow, declining visibility and maybe speed contributing factors. Highway 34 1 detour destination. There was like 15 cars in a couple of semis over in it, which is where we find our Jay Seaver's one of the tow truck drivers. It was before the accident came over and told us about her shoulders Pictures who works at the conical Loveland country store. We had one of the drivers that actually was in the accident. They stopped in. He says one of the drivers involved in the pile up pulled in. That is Fox. Everyone's Greg. NATO reporting. See that is issuing a travel alert this morning for eastbound. I 70 between rifling Glenwood Springs. Drivers can expect possible closures and delays starting at nine o'clock this morning until tonight. If you drive and over wide vehicle need to find an alternative route. The closure will allow crews to recover a Fedyk semi truck with two trailers, which crashed into the Colorado River just west of Glenwood Springs. On Sunday. John Morse, who will have much more in traffic coming up, It's not just the cold or even the covert stopping people from boarding planes. A D I A but guns care when he's ready to Chuck Clark has more on this morning, guys. Despite a big decrease in the number of passengers.
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"Furniture made in America Studios. Baby. It's getting cold outside. I'm Sally Adams. Four o'clock on NewsRadio, 7 40 ktrh, which traffic and weather together. Here's Ty Hold aboard Russian light snow in times later on, Sonny. Trouble on the Katy Freeway inbound right after Highway 99 we have a disabled vehicle off to the left shoulder on 16 west. Loop South Founded would weigh an accident, blocking one lane wisdom Stop and go Traffic building as you work through that trouble, Ty Hold on the ktrh Gulf Coast windows dot com 24 Hour Traffic center. X with some light snow in times later on Sunday night. In the meantime, clear starting this Saturday, a stunning afternoon the high 57 the clouds rolling tonight, the low dropping to 40 a damp and cold into the weekend tomorrow, with rain likely to high of 45 that rain may mix with light snow late tomorrow night in the low 36 on a cloudy Monday with behind the upper forties, I'm meteorologist Jeff Mark from the Weather Channel. Now there's a Winter storm watch for these counties brands is Burlison, Grimes, Houston, Madison, Trinity, Walker and Washington From noon tomorrow until noon on Monday. Text on has been putting de icer on the roadways north and west of Houston, especially overpasses and elevated bridges right now, though, 50 on the island, 54 in the Woodlands, 56 sugar, land and sunny and 55. From the ktrh. Top tax defenders. 24 hour Weather Center Ktrh news time is 401 our top story and vaccination news. Ah found a new appointments filled up fast after they were added to the Houston by the Houston Health Department at Minute Maid Park for Phase one. Make that Phase.
Anticipated snowstorm prompts delays, closures in Washington, D.C. region
"Making making making making plans plans plans plans for for for for today's today's today's today's Winter Winter Winter Winter Storm. Storm. Storm. Storm. Metro Metro Metro Metro bus bus bus bus says says says says customers customers customers customers should should should should expect expect expect expect delays delays delays delays and and and detours detours detours to to to keep keep keep those those those Busses Busses Busses off off off steep steep steep hills hills hills and and and narrow narrow narrow roadways. roadways. roadways. Metro Metro Metro rail rail rail is is is going going going to to to operate operate operate on on on a a a regular regular regular weekday weekday weekday schedule. schedule. schedule. But But But Metro Metro Metro says says says there there there may may may be be be some some some scattered scattered scattered delays delays delays because because because de icer trains operate between the passenger trains to keep the rails clear. Snow and ice Metro access says expect normal service, but customers should also expect some delays due to road conditions. Metro advises customers to sign up for Metro alerts So they can receive email and text text messages. messages. Many Many changes. changes.