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Oof! 2020: A Hot Year For The Record Books

Short Wave

02:53 min | 2 months ago

Oof! 2020: A Hot Year For The Record Books

"Okay so. I up on the list of twenty twenty s greatest hits and hits in a bad way Number one. it was hot. Yeah and if you happen to catch a weather report in the southwestern u. us this year you heard one number over and over and over again. Death valley california yesterday broke a record of one hundred and twenty-five with the new temperature of one hundred thirty one twelve expected for today at one zero to quartzite one eleven four today tucson one seven around one thirteen yep designed hundred temperatures above one hundred because it was over that a lot this year so it wasn't just the heat wave that comes and goes lauren. People really didn't break. Yeah exactly it just stuck around like for example in phoenix. The city saw one hundred and forty five days. That were over a hundred degrees. Jake sap broke the record and then there were fifteen days that were over one hundred and fifteen degrees which is double the previous record. No nets too much. That feels this feels like too much. Zona yeah and when you talk to people there and they're used to heat their. It was still shocking to them. I spoke to meteorologist. Marvin percha at the national weather service in phoenix and not only how warm it got but how persistent and warm weather was is. What was so remarkable about this year. I've lived here a long time. I grew up here in the seventies. And i've never seen anything quite like this boy. I wanna be next. Meteorologist surprised serious. Backlash and one important thing to point out here is nighttime temperatures. Which maybe don't seem as important. But they are because they were hotter than normal and that's a big problem especially in cities because cities experienced worse heat than the surrounding area and all that concrete it heats up it retains heat really well and they need to cool down at night right. Because extreme heat isn't just uncomfortable for people who live through it. it can be dangerous. yeah exactly and phoenix. Saw a record number of heat related deaths this year as a result. It's sad to say about almost three hundred people and those people who died directly because of the heat and long term trend of course. Is that this kind of heat is only gonna get worse with climate change. Yeah and one of the things just to wrap your mind around as you're hearing numbers like that. The planet has already warmed about two degrees fahrenheit because of climate change and that feels like a small number but that is on average right. That's the global average and when you shift the average you can kind of imagine this in your mind. There are a lot more relief. Hot days. That are now in the range of temperatures that people experience and the other thing is that super hot weather happened in places that have not been historically hot. Alaska had

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"death valley california" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:22 min | 7 months ago

"death valley california" Discussed on AP News

"The world meteorological association says reports of a very high temperature reading in the US are legitimate Sunday in Death Valley California the temperature reached 130°F if solid dated it would be the highest temperature on earth since 1931 the measurement was at the aptly named furnace creek Claire Nellis with the world meteorological association says the disputed all time record is 100 34 at the same spot in 1913 another run at 130 degree fell from an height plus temperatures in Death Valley remains possible Randy serve any who coordinates the organization's extreme temperature team describes being in Death Valley in this kind of weather is being enveloped in a thick hot blanket of air with no relief hi Matt Donahue

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"death valley california" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:22 min | 7 months ago

"death valley california" Discussed on AP News

"The world meteorological association says reports of a very high temperature reading in the US are legitimate Sunday in Death Valley California the temperature reached 130°F if solid dated it would be the highest temperature on earth since 1931 the measurement was at the aptly named furnace creek Claire Nellis with the world meteorological association says the disputed all time record is 100 34 at the same spot in 1913 another run at 130 degree fell from an height plus temperatures in Death Valley remains possible Randy serve any who coordinates the organization's extreme temperature team describes being in Death Valley in this kind of weather is being enveloped in a thick hot blanket of air with no relief hi Matt Donahue

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Death Valley's brutal 130 degrees may be record

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

Death Valley's brutal 130 degrees may be record

"The world meteorological association says reports of a very high temperature reading in the US are legitimate Sunday in Death Valley California the temperature reached one hundred thirty degrees Fahrenheit if solid dated it would be the highest temperature on earth since nineteen thirty one the measurement was at the aptly named furnace creek Claire Nellis with the world meteorological association says the disputed all time record is one hundred thirty four at the same spot in nineteen thirteen another run at a hundred and thirty degree fell from an height plus temperatures in Death Valley remains possible Randy serve any who coordinates the organization's extreme temperature team describes being in Death Valley in this kind of weather is being enveloped in a thick hot blanket of air with no relief hi Matt Donahue

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Death Valley's brutal 130 degrees may be record

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

Death Valley's brutal 130 degrees may be record

"The world meteorological association says reports of a very high temperature reading in the US are legitimate Sunday in Death Valley California the temperature reached one hundred thirty degrees Fahrenheit if solid dated it would be the highest temperature on earth since nineteen thirty one the measurement was at the aptly named furnace creek Claire Nellis with the world meteorological association says the disputed all time record is one hundred thirty four at the same spot in nineteen thirteen another run at a hundred and thirty degree fell from an height plus temperatures in Death Valley remains possible Randy serve any who coordinates the organization's extreme temperature team describes being in Death Valley in this kind of weather is being enveloped in a thick hot blanket of air with no relief hi Matt Donahue

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Southwestern U.S. swelters in heat wave

Sean Hannity

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Southwestern U.S. swelters in heat wave

"Of the country. It's very hot today, Meteorologist Josh Y. Says. Death Valley, California was 128 on Sunday have been in the grip of a very significant heat wave. Mostly across southwestern of south central part of the United States, and over the last several days, a lot of high temperature records daily records have been set Some spots in the south registered temperatures approaching 110 degrees. The Heat's forecast to move north and he's spreading 100 degree plus temperatures across the Ohio Valley and into the mid Atlantic

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"death valley california" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"death valley california" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Some folks live in sweltering temperatures all year round here's some of the hottest spots on earth in which to live the Israeli in mining town of Cooper PD as an average temperature of a hundred and twenty degrees requiring eighty percent of the residents to live underground the village has subterranean bars restaurants and recreation for the areas two thousand residents town also has an underground Holiday Inn for tourists I know I'm going to book that next the loot desert in Iran few thousand folks live in thirty villages where surface temperatures can hit one hundred and sixty degrees temperatures so hot even bacteria can survive over to Kuwait City where you will find workers outside in the afternoon it's a legal with daily temperature is often breaking a hundred and twenty heat stroke is a serious concern businesses can be fined or even shut down for exposing employees to intense heat between noon and four PM V. hottest place on the planet is right here in the USA death valley California summer temperatures in the town of furnace creek all hundred and thirty five degrees the extreme heat is a result of the town's elevation two hundred feet below sea level with an annual rainfall less than two inches and here's something you might not now despite the town's tiny population of just twenty four folks furnace creek hosts an annual golf tournament call the heat stroke open so in the record books as the warmest sporting event on planet earth back after this you would pay off your Irish dead if you could but maybe you can't you don't have the money and now you're asking this important.

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"death valley california" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"death valley california" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Cook it through much of the eastern two thirds of the country including all the way up into the northeast as the summer heat builds in over the next several days in our nation's capital the heat index is the called the humidity combined with the actual temperature Saturday they say is forecast to be within about three degrees of what it's going to feel like in Death Valley California that same day forecast actual high of one oh two and not going to be a record high that was set back in nineteen thirty the record was one oh six it's gonna be the first triple digit heat that you've had in the DC area since the summer of twenty sixteen about three summers ago all right the combination of sunshine temperature humidity levels gonna be pushing those heat indices well into what they call the danger level past a hundred five degrees during the late morning and afternoon hours so Washington DC's mayor declared a heat emergency on Tuesday this pass today Philadelphia and New York City followed through Dave declared emergencies due to the heat according to mayor Dibble laws ago about five hundred cooling centers have been activated around the city extreme heat is dangerous I urge New Yorkers exercise caution this weekend this temperatures near one hundred we are deploying all the resources at our disposal to insurer new Yorkers remain safe and cool during the extreme heat yeah well the temperatures are going to be held back a bit through the day today and today is actually still in the news there is going to be moving through Thursday once berries red minutes move through the heat really builds into that sealed the remnants of Berrier just put an ad in all that you have moisture to the atmosphere and that's why the heat indices are gonna be just way up off the charts our C. as hot as it's going to be this weekend New York City will also not be setting any sort of a record high temperature their record same as DC was one oh six that was set in nineteen thirty six there it would get more other travelers weather coming up here Hey we're talking about the the face app thing is we're headed to news update time there no I did one of these things so a few weeks it it's not this particular app I don't know if they're all yeah made by this yeah Russian company consumers think it's all fun.

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Mike Tyson smokes huge joint at weed festival

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Mike Tyson smokes huge joint at weed festival

"Yeah. Apparently, my Tyson's like big into we'd now. So they yeah. There's viral video of him smoking this huge joint. And apparently he bought a huge acre or huge ranch just outside of death valley, California. He's broken into the we'd business. So have it is now dedicated to weed he even has something he calls the Tyson cultivation school where he teaches farmers to grow their own. We'd he's having a a weed music festival in two weeks if you like to attend branch. So, you know, this is scary. If he gets the munchies you'd better cover your ears. Growing

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"death valley california" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"death valley california" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Fourteen past other than. Hurricane lane, meteorologist Heather zehr evacuate dot com checks the potential for. Severe weather across the country we're not looking, for any widespread severe weather outbreaks but there can be severe weather in parts of. The northern Rockies and high plains areas that are, going to be extending. From the Dakotas on down into Nebraska including all the way back to far western Brassica and the Dakotas are going to be at risk for. Some heavy storms sport today there's not a, whole lot going on. In that part of the country right. Now though we do have at least? Some storms. In Kansas but as we. Head into the afternoon hours there will be some, showers and, thunderstorms around and some of those can be severe we're looking, for mainly a possibility of flooding downpours damaging winds and hail but there. Is a slight. Chance as well for a, tornado outside. Of that area, not looking for much in the way. Of any severe weather, there will still be an. Area Showers and thunderstorms moving out of Kansas into Missouri for. Today and down into parts of Oklahoma and Arkansas not much precipitation on. The east, coast very limited afternoon thunderstorm activity popping up in the. Southeast most of it is going to be, over Florida and as far as the southwest goes we'll see some showers and thunderstorms. For the afternoon in Arizona and New Mexico mainly but it may also. Reach up into southeastern Utah in south western Colorado still no precipitation though on the way for the west coast and the hard hit wildfire areas. And that's the weather across America In Denver, Colorado today, partly sunny with breezy afternoon at, a, high of eighty-seven, that's Pennsylvania we'll have plenty of sunshine and low humidity high today seventy five that's the nation's weather I'm AccuWeather dot com meteorologist, Heather, zehr there, was an eighty. Eight. Degrees difference in the nation's high and low yesterday one fifteen at death valley California twenty seven degrees at Stanley Idaho this is America in the morning sixteen. Past I'm John trout a California congressman, and his wife. Have been indicted on charges that.

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"death valley california" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

06:25 min | 2 years ago

"death valley california" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Heather zehr from AccuWeather dot com tracking the potential for. Severe weather in? Several parts of the country what's the likelihood we didn't have a lot of storms that cross Virginia and, especially North Carolina yesterday that had strong winds bam and. Sunny even caused quite a bit of damage we're not looking for, any organized areas of severe weather for today but there can be a few pockets some across. The midwest and some across the southern plains also a chance for some strong storms across parts of Arizona that can have some of these. Strong storms in the next twenty four hours some of these areas across northern Texas and over into Arkansas are already. Having some downpours and gusty winds this morning although we are at a point right now where there. Are notes of your thunderstorm watches in effect. We could be seeing some of, that though as we go through the day the most active time period for those areas will still end up being This afternoon. That's when those storms, are going to become more widespread. Otherwise through the southeast along the Gulf Coast and Dover through the. Rest of the? Southeast and to some degree up into the mid Atlantic we can have some afternoon thunderstorms popping up we'll, also have another area of showers and thunderstorms across the. Midwest and Dover into the Great Lakes again some locally strong storms, but mostly just a couple of showers and thunderstorms in that area with a chance for heavy. Rainfall on the west coast we are still looking for dry and very hot weather temperatures may be approaching record saying parts of Washington and. Oregon and that's the weather across America in Minneapolis Minnesota today it'll be sunny with a high of eighty eight New. Orleans will have an afternoon thunderstorm then some sun with a high of ninety that's the nation's weather. I'm AccuWeather dot com meteorologist Heather zehr the. Nations High and low on Wednesday, occurred in some familiar locations one twenty two at death valley California twenty Eighty seven degrees west, Yellowstone, Montana This is America in. The morning fourteen. After the hour I'm John trout it could be a week before we learn the results of Tuesday's special election for a house seat in Ohio correspondent Jerry bowed Lander has a look at that race and details on a couple of other primaries where political showdowns, are taking shape for November elections too high profile races where President Trump wait in are still too close to call in that special, congressional election in Ohio's twelfth district a seat that's been held by the GOP since nineteen Eighty-three Troy Alderson holds a fifty, to forty nine lead over. Democrat Danny O'Connor and Balderstone claim victory America is on the right path and we're going. To keep it going that, way Both President Trump and vice president Pence. Campaign for ball Jason the president tweeting his late appearance. Turned the race, around Republicans also, spent millions of dollars on ads for. Ball Jefferson boulder Sens leaders about seventeen hundred votes but there are more than eight thousand provisional and absentee ballots to. Be counted O'Connor isn't conceding and he downplayed the impact. Of the president's. Appearance you can fly in hang out here for a couple hours fly out you don't walk on our roads you don't have kids that go to our schools don't deal with the public health crisis with addiction that we have here in our state every single, day I think it's more important have grassroots conversations and try bothers can can have all the people he wants flying from DC I, don't think it makes too much of a difference democratic national chairman Tom Perez says the democratic message is why the racist, so close a race that. We had no business winning required five, million dollars of Republican money visit from the president And that's why we keep. Winning and. Places where we have no business. Winning and we're competitive in a place. Where the the congressman in two thousand sixteen one by over thirty points and many of the district's Democrats hope to. Flip in November aren't as, Republican as this district so they believe they are in good shape and districts they're targeting in. Kansas the president endorsed secretary of state Chris BAC who. Is challenging his, own party's governor, Jeff Collier Kovac leads by fewer than. Two hundred votes and while he plans to begin campaigning he acknowledges things could change is imperative that we begin running Understanding that, this is a tentative victory and that I am carrying. The baton for this first week with, the full knowledge that I may hand the baton to Jeff If the. Provisional, ballots change the outcome it was a rough night, for activists in, the Democratic Party a dual elsl Yod who had the backing of Senator. Bernie Sanders and Alexandria oh Cossio Cortez the surprise primary winner in New York not, long ago lost in his. Primary bid, to be the democratic gubernatorial candidate in Michigan Sanders NO Cossio Cortez also backed Brent welder in the. Third congressional district in Kansas but he lost his cherise David's. Again native American and mixed. Martial arts fighter who was also a White House. Fellow during the Obama administration she would be the first gain. Native American woman in congress if she wins in November but one I is guaranteed in. The new congress Rashida. To leave will be the, first Muslim woman in. Congress she won the primary to succeed Michigan congressman John Conyers and will be unopposed in November Jerry bowed lender Washington it's eighteen passed a thorny say a man arrest At a compound in. Which eleven hungry children were found was training them to be, school shooters correspondent John Stolnis has more court documents say Sarraj was teaching the. Children, how to shoot and use different kinds of weapons, at the compound, located near the borders of New Mexico and Colorado authorities raided that compound. Late last week and found eleven emaciated children there they later also found the remains, of a young boy suspected. To be, the man son although the identity of the remains are not yet known for other adults were also. Arrested prosecutors are asking that will be held without bail I'm. John Stolnis in sports the. NC double a. is implementing policy changes to try. And clean up college basketball clouded by an FBI investigation into. Corruption the NC double a. will now allow elite high school recruits sent college players to. Have NC double a. Certified.

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"death valley california" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"death valley california" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Former. Trump campaign chairman Paul. Manafort Wednesday that he directed millions of dollars, in national wire transfers to pay. For his high end lifestyle but FOX's Jonathan hunt reports the judge is tempering the. Prosecution has prosecutors folks on manafort's expensive and sometimes eccentric choice of clothes, jump jealous told them to move on saying it's. Not, a crime to be wealthy and, while Manafort may have. A yearning for fifteen thousand dollar ostrich jackets the judge said of his own start to'real choices quote if it doesn't say men's warehouse I don't buy it John jealous also told prosecutors, not to use the. Word oligarchs to describe the. Wealthy Ukrainians with, who Manafort did business because the word implied that Manafort was associated with, quote despicable people and therefore he's despicable that's not. The American way. The judge said prosecution indicating a, baby, able to wrap up its case by next week President Trump fairly looking to Ramp up the trade war, with China eager to force Beijing. Back to the negotiating table on trade President Trump is looking at increasing tariffs on. Two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods to twenty five percent up, from ten percent White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders the president, as both he and I think, about fifteen members of. His administration have said repeatedly we'd like to see the unfair trade practices stop but until that happens the presents going to hold their feet to the fire is going to continue to, put pressure on China. Raising tariffs is aimed at. Hurting China it, also is having an impact on American consumers and businesses that rely on, products from China's factories FOX's John Death, valley California set the record for the hottest July for the second straight. Year the national weather service reports the, months average temperature at. Furnace creek was one hundred eight. Point one, degrees stopping last year's. Record one hundred seven one hundred seven point four.

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Papa John, Cowboys and Jerry Jones discussed on America in the Morning

America in the Morning

04:23 min | 2 years ago

Papa John, Cowboys and Jerry Jones discussed on America in the Morning

"Dot com meteorologist Heather zehr. Has your Thursday forecast the heat is. Still going to be ongoing on the west coast for today, we're looking for another, hot day even up into the, northwest we've seen temperatures above ninety degrees in Seattle for the last several days and it's. Likely to hit ninety once again for this afternoon temperatures are going to be in triple digits throughout the. Central valley of California and all the way up into Oregon and will probably have some triple digit heat in interior sections of Washington as well as you head further inland into the mountains though you will start to have some more clouds around, there also, can be, some stormy weather then as you get to the east slopes of the mountains some showers, and thunderstorms including a possibility of heavy rainfall and we'll. See some flooding downpours and perhaps gusty winds, with those storms as they form we'll have some showers Scattered around. The, Great Lakes as well and a. Front extends back across the plains may. Also have some thunderstorms firing up this afternoon that can bring downpours and gusty. Winds those are going to be most likely across a swath. Of land from northwestern Ohio back across Indiana and Illinois and intimacy hurry, along the east coast we do still have some lingering moisture, as well we'll continue to have rainy weather for Maine and eastern portions of doing land and some showers and thunderstorms from the Outer Banks on down into Florida and that's the weather across America in Boston today variable clouds with a couple of, showers and a thunderstorm will have a high of eighty. Two and in Denver Colorado heavy storms. For this afternoon high eighty that's the nation's weather I'm Accu, weather dot com meteorologist, Heather zehr just seven degrees off, the hottest temperature ever officially recorded in North America one hundred twenty seven a death valley. California yesterday thirty one At west Yellowstone Montana This is. America in the morning it's seventeen after I'm John, trout Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is holding his ground corresponding Clayton Neville says Jones is, not backing down on his stance on. The national anthem and says the team won't distance itself from Papa John's during, the annual state of the team address at training camp and Oxnard California Jones said the Cowboys have a policy in place that. Requires players to stand as, far as the Dallas Cowboys are concerned you know. Where I stand our team knows where I stand on the issue the NFL implemented a new policy in may, that requires players on the field to stay in during the. Anthem but gives them the choice to stay in the locker room the policy is currently on hold while the league has ongoing conversations about it with the players association and onto another controversial topic in response. To the use of a racial slur by the founder of Papa John's, Jones said some teams that have cut ties with the pizza. Chain don't have the same relationship that the Cowboys have with Papa John's business in Texas. And the bottom line is that The, Cowboys in our relationships we own those. Stores not it's not an endorsement Jones said his team is established a unique. Connection with Papa John's our Cowboys are big face of Papa John's and that was one that hick that state that judgment is. Wanted by what we've done, over the last fifteen years with Papa John's that's. Very unfortunate that that's being addressed unfortunately for the company and unfortunate for John I'm sure if he could do, it over again he'd like do overs Jones said he literally. Has thousands of people who work in the Papa John's stores and reiterated that the team won't cut any ties I'm Clayton Neville also in sports veteran guard Vince Carter's coming back for his twenty first NBA. Season Carter's agreed to a one year deal with the Atlanta Hawks he's, the league's oldest player at forty one years old in major. League baseball with a four zip win the Cleveland Indians And the Pittsburgh Pirates eleven game win streak nineteen passed Facebook stock nosedive when America in the morning returns after these messages The national debt. Is now over twenty trillion dollars what happens next, rising inflation drops in the dollar's value some experts say another, crashes coming you can, fight, this,.

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"death valley california" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"death valley california" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"And low temperature one thirteen at death valley california twentysix at stanley idaho this is america in the morning seventeen after i'm john trout he it was a soggy fourth of july in and around houston texas heavy rain caused some serious flooding but correspondent clayton neville reports the city was prepared more than seven inches of rain fell over greater houston in just a matter of hours mayor sylvester turner says the city was ready we were prepared we deployed all of our equipment early throughout the entire city we have more assets than we did doing harvey a lot more as readily available the mayor says area lakes reached high levels but we're far off from getting to the point that would flood homes or businesses the city released water out of lake houston which it's been doing proactive leeson's hornby the mayor says lessons that were learned during last summer's hurricane replied as soon as the flooding began yesterday we had about twelve how what attracts position throughout the city about forty what about forty three votes position throughout the city but we didn't have any calls for any sort of rescues and so we're pleased with that the national weather service says the rain led to one to two feet of water collecting on some roads in the west side of the city many cars stalled out the rains caused the city to call off its fourth of july concert and festival and other events in the area were cancelled flooding is typical in the city of houston but for many residents the flooding came too soon while many people are still putting their lives back together following harvey whether experts say rain will stay in the forecast through the end of the week in the houston area but won't likely be as much the city will continue to keep an eye on area lakes and roadways i'm clayton neville in sports tennis both venus and serena williams are into round three at wimbledon in london round three begins on saturday in soccer eight teams are still alive at the world cup in russia as the quarterfinals open today the semifinals are set for tuesday it's nineteen past next on america in the morning shake in maryland.

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"death valley california" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"death valley california" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And low temperature one thirteen at death valley california twentysix at stanley idaho this is america in the morning seventeen after i'm john trout it was a soggy fourth of july in and around houston texas heavy rain caused some serious flooding but correspondent clayton neville reports the city was prepared more than seven inches of rain fell over greater houston in just a matter of hours mayor sylvester turner says the city was ready we were prepared we deployed out of our equipment early throughout the entire city we have more assets than we did during harvey a lot more as available the mayor says area lakes reached high levels but we're far off from getting to the point that would flood homes or businesses the city released water out of lake houston which it's been doing proactively since the mayor says lessons that were learned during last summer's hurricane were applied as soon as the flooding began yesterday we had about twelve how what attracts position throughout the city about forty what about forty three boasts position throughout the city but we didn't have any calls for any sort of rescues and so we're pleased with that the national weather service says the rain led to one to two feet of water collecting on some roads in the west side of the city many cars stalled out the rains caused the city to call off its fourth of july concert and festival and other events in the area were cancelled flooding is typical in the city of houston but for many residents the flooding came too soon while many people are still putting their lives back together following harvey whether experts say rain will stay in the forecast through the end of the week in the houston area but won't likely be as much the city will continue to keep an eye on area lakes and roadways i'm clayton neville in sports tennis both venus and serena williams are into round three at wimbledon in london round three begins on saturday in soccer eight teams are still alive at the world cup in russia as the quarterfinals open today the semifinals are set for tuesday it's nineteen past next on america in the morning shake in maryland newspaper staff comes together on independence day when america in the morning returns after these messages the.

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"death valley california" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"death valley california" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"One hundred eighteen at death valley california twenty eight degrees at walden colorado the nations high and low temperatures it's fifteen after the hour a dangerous heatwave will persist across the central and eastern u s through at least independence day wednesday record high temperatures are possible in many areas and nighttime lows may not even fall below eighty degrees clayton neville has more temperatures may subside some on independence day and in the days to follow but until then a heatwave causing above normal temperatures from arizona to main meteorologist bob oravec large area of high pressure from the surface up to mid levels of the atmosphere is pretty persisted over the next few days not expected to move much so underneath that area of high pressure it's to be pretty hot the air is subsiding we do anticipate some very much above average temperatures the peak of the dangerous heat comes in the days leading up to the fourth this woman owns a fireworks stand on interstate twenty in texas and says she won't let the summer heat spoil one of the busiest weekends of the year at course if it'd be nicer this killer we would have loved to have a little more rain but we make it through and then on july fifth we we take a really good long needed break close to half of the country will see temperatures hotter than ninety degrees this week other places like houston kansas city chicago and new york could hit triple digits oravec says it could feel even hotter in addition to the hot temperatures forecast close a large part of the country for the midwest eastward to the great lakes northeast there's also high levels of humidity in the atmosphere so the combination of the twos resulting in national weather service issuing is reason excessive heat warnings across a large portion of those areas i texas ambulance service is implementing its emergency heat response program matt zavodsky with med star says when the heat index is one zero five or higher though respond to outdoor calls with lights and sirens on that so many is outside in a park or perhaps even in a car crash or anywhere outside and they are in a non particular area we're gonna bounce that call up one more priority american spending time outdoors this.

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"death valley california" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"death valley california" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Meteorologist heather zehr one hundred eighteen at death valley california twenty eight degrees at walden colorado the nations high and low temperatures it's fifteen after the hour a dangerous heatwave will persist across the central and eastern us through at least independence day wednesday record high temperatures are possible in many areas and nighttime lows may not even fall below eighty degrees clayton neville has more temperatures may subside some on independence day and in the days to follow but until then a heatwave causing above normal temperatures from arizona to main meteorologist bob oravec large area of high pressure from the surface up to mid levels of the atmosphere here is pretty persisted over the next few days not expected to lose much so area of high pressure can be pretty hot the air is subsiding here we do anticipate some very much above average temperatures the peak of the dangerous heat comes in the days leading up to the fourth this woman owns a fireworks stand on interstate twenty in texas and says she won't let the summer heat spoil one of the busiest weekends of the year at course it would be nostra's kugler course way we would have loved to have a little more rain but we make it through and then on july fifth we we take a really good longneeded break close to half of the country will see temperatures hotter than ninety degrees this week other places like houston kansas city chicago new york could hit triple digits oravec says it could feel even hotter in addition to the hot temperatures forecast plus a large part of the country for the midwest eastward the great lakes northeast there's also high levels of humidity in the atmosphere so the combination of the twos resulting in the service issuing advisories and excessive heat warnings across a large portion of those areas texas ambulance services implementing its emergency.

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"death valley california" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"death valley california" Discussed on KOMO

"Meteorologist heather zehr evacuated dot com we're looking for much in the way of weather that's going to be very impactful across the country today but we are still keeping an eye on the storm system which is going to be moving out of the ohio and tennessee valleys today and a way through the mid atlantic it'll be slowly pulling off shore then as we go into tonight as well as spreading northward into more of the mid atlantic can up into parts of new england we aren't going to see a lot of heavy rainfall with the system now today for the most part other there can be some heavy thunderstorms that fire up in far eastern parts of north carolina and perhaps down into south carolina's well the risk with these storms is primarily going to be for heavy rainfall and there is a chance that there could be some gusty winds as well so that's something to keep in mind and again for mostly far eastern north carolina and perhaps down into northeastern parts of south carolina's well farther inland will have just some leftover light rain and drizzle another system is still going to be bringing a little bit of snow this morning to parts of south dakota and western nebraska and down into colorado although really no accumulation is going to be left from this point on and as that system begins to dive southward tonight which is going to have mostly rain spreading southward into northern texas and that's the weather across america in nashville tennessee today rather cloudy with showers and a high of sixty four wilmington delaware we'll have cloudy skies a little rain in the afternoon with a breeze and a high of sixty two degrees that's the nation's weather maggie weather dot com meteorologist heather zehr one zero four at death valley california.

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"death valley california" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"death valley california" Discussed on KOIL

"Some snowy weather from montana and idaho all the way down into colorado over the weekend and now looks like as we go through today that there will be less of a chance of snow by they're still will be snow falling in western portions of montana and suelas down through eastern idaho and western myo mying there's less of a chance of snow however and she moved further south into colorado although it is still going to be chilly in the mountains and there is a chance for some rain with highs in the forties the same storm system is going to be bringing some damp weather farther to the east as well we'll have some rainy weather across mountainous soda and western parts of wisconsin today farther to the south we still have some undoing shower and thunderstorm activity along the texas coast and an eastward along the gulf coast interior parts of mississippi and perhaps some abana also still some lingering showers and thunderstorms for central and southern portions of florida across the northeast and the mid atlantic in town and to at least most of the southeast the weather is going to be try and fairly sunny and the humidity is going to stay low it's also still going to be on the cooler side with highs that are going to be in the '60s across new england '70s and '80s elsewhere and that's the weather across america in great falls montana today it'll be cloudy breezy and colder we'll have some early rain turning over to snow at two to four inches accumulating hide 35 richmond virginia will be sunny nice high 75 that's the nation's weather iin accu weather dot com meteorologist heather's there the nation's high and low one hundred at death valley california yesterday twenty two at bear lake idaho on the.

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"death valley california" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"death valley california" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Of optimum viewing conditions we'll have a couple of areas across the country where clowns are going to be an issue and even a few areas where it's possible that there could be severe weather and that's definitely going to be impacting the visibility one area that we have to watch for poor weather is going to be across the upper mid west why there can be severe weather and that's going to be a factor as we go through the day and even into the ninth time hours and it is going to include the eclipse time the strongest storms won't be late in the day and affecting areas mainly across southeastern missouri down into iowa and up into wisconsin and those storms then we'll continue until early tonight strong storms will continue overnight moving through the central plains and perhaps into the midmississippi valley some of the best weather for the dealing is going to be then across areas from southern new england back across parts of the mid atlantic and then down into the tendency valley where else going to see some areas outside of the mountain and away from the coast in the carolinas and up into southern virginia and down into northern georgia when the viewing we'll be quite clear we also have a large swath of texas in oklahoma which will have just clear skies and we're also looking for some good feeling weather across the interior west especially from southeastern washington down through the central valleys of california and eastward three wyoming and that's the weather across america in reno nevada today sunshine with a high ninety five sign and a high of ninety three in charlotte north carolina dummy rain in des moines iowa followed by heavy thunderstorms that's the nation's weather i'm accu weather dot com meteorologist tethers air the nation's high yesterday one hundred fourteen degrees and death valley california each 16 after the hour this use of america in the morning i'm christopher cruise ian for john trout the legendary actor and comedian jerry lewis died over the weekend in his home in las vegas he went peacefully surrounded by his family correspondent stephanie lab reports on the many challenges lewis faced over his long and productive life he was born joseph leverage in 1926 but he became known to the world as jerry lewis this amy but lovable full in films such as the bellboy and the.

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"death valley california" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"death valley california" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Be a so bad in new england highs are going to be mainly in the '60s but it is going to be paired with clouds and periods of rain even some thunder two day south of this boundary from around i eighty south ford highs will be in the 80s from the mid atlantic i'll is well south we're looking at temperature's to climb into the nineties while it remains very humid and there will be some thunderstorms especially in the afternoon further south but in the eastern pennsylvania across in any you work you're looking at as a lot of rainfall for the morning hours we are looking at temporary relief from the humidity from the afternoon storms especially across the southeast now high pressure is going to be building through the mid west assuring in lower humidity and much more comfortable conditions were expecting highs in the seventies but the refreshing the area is not going to make it as far as saint louis and into the ohio valley where it's going to stay hot and humid the deep south is going to endure some more mainly afternoon thunderstorms which is really mapping out of the ordinary for the end of the line we do have monsoonal y share continues to spread across the southwest in a great basis in northern rockies and that's going to offer beneficial rainfall for firefighters but it is going to lead to other hazards including the threat for flash flooding and that's the weather across america in atlanta we'll have some sunshine and a couple of showers and thunderstorms throughout the day the high eighty eight in minneapolis partly sunny a beautiful day with a high of eighty that's the nation's weather i'm accunetcom meteorologist maggie johnson the nation's high and low one 23 at death valley california and at the other end of the country thirty one at escort station main the northernmost spot in the state of maine this is america in the morning it 16 after the.

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"death valley california" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"death valley california" Discussed on KOIL

"Weather dot com meteorologist heather's air joins us the heat is still pretty high in the west although it is backing off some from one at wise at least across the northwest we are seeing more afternoon shower and thunderstorm activity popping up in the four corners region that should at least not the heat back in some of those areas still temperatures will be well up into the ninety cent above one hundred decrees in the desert's just not as extreme as it has spent as far as precipitation go does just in general along the front range of the rockies we're going to be looking at afternoon storms popping up some of those storms could be quite strong in the western part of montana for today in that area there will be a possibility for damaging winds and hail as well we also have some ongoing nasty the storm set cross the midwest those are going to be pushing south and east today and bring a chance for severe weather across parts of the ohio valley and that risk is going to be again for damaging winds and hail a slight chance of a tornado as well and that focused timewise is mostly going to be for this afternoon and then especially in thi tonight and especially for the later part of tonight other areas that might get precipitation for today will be along the east coast from the carolinas on down into southern parts of georgia than back alama gulf coast and that's the weather across america in nashville tennessee today hey sunny hot and humid with a high of ninety four detroit michigan we'll have a couple of showers and thunderstorms turning more humid high seventy eight that's the nation's weather nine accu weather dot com meteorologist tethers air the nation's high and low recorded yesterday one eighteen at death valley california thirty five leadville colorado 16 after this is america in the morning i'm john trout members of.

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"death valley california" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:39 min | 4 years ago

"death valley california" Discussed on KOIL

"A high eighty eight that's the nation's whether i'm accuweather meteorologist mike listening the highest temperature ever recorded in north america one hundred thirty four at death valley california it hit one twenty four there yesterday sixteen minutes after the hour this is america in the morning i'm john trout bill cosby's sexual assault case ended in a mistrial saturday when the jury failed to reach a unanimous decision steve kastenbaum informs us the case is not over for the seventy nine year old can media after six days and more than fifty hours of deliberations the seven men and five women of the jury told the judge is second time that they were still deadlocked the judge thanked them for their service dismissed them and declared a mistrial outside the montgomery county courthouse defense attorney brian mcmonagle said this wasn't the outcome they hoped for but they were happy we came here looking for an acquittal but like their rolling stone song says he's always get one sometimes you get what you need god bless you all happy fathers spokesman andrew wyatt said cosby's power is back the legacy didn't go anywhere it's been restored cosby's wife camille slammed the district attorney in a statement that was read by publicist ebony benson bad painfully any the jets how and collaborating with the district attorney she had sharp words for the press to for convicting cosby in the quarter public opinion many jehnny beth a great selling them at the this isn't over district attorney kevin steele said he will retry the case this case sends a strong message the victims of these type of crimes can come forward and can be heard other cosby accusers including linda kirkpatrick said they aren't going away he thought he can areas he didn't know we received we are sprouting out attorney gloria allred represents several of cosby's accusers it's too early to celebrate mr cosby she believes there will be a different outcome and another trial of more accusers are allowed to take the stand it might make a difference other than andrea constand who filed a criminal complaint against cosby only one other accusor was allowed to testify in the trial i'm steve cast and bell nineteen after.

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