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"dolphin island" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"That guy you were dating, That's all I can hope for Way learned so much through flashback ended well after dodging a bullet five times this hurricane season, New Orleans has taken a direct hit from Zeta. Storm came ashore as a Category two storm at about seven o'clock last night. Not surprisingly, Zeta has not only left is not only left more than a million people with power without power, but at least two deaths so far now, one person confirmed. Killed in New Orleans electrocuted by a downed power line. Yeah. Second storm related death was confirmed in Biloxi, Mississippi. And of course, we don't know the full extent of the damage until the sun comes up. If there is good news and Zeta it's that's been downgraded to a tropical storm. But if there's not don't get too excited news and said the storm is still packing sustained winds of 70 MPH, and it's moving through Georgia right now in Alabama. They had flooding in mobile, and they had to close the causeway, A Dolphin island and mobile fire Rescue conducted a water rescue on the causeway at Dog River Bridge in Atlanta under a tropical storm warning for the second time ever. First warning was in 2017. When Hurricane Irma wrote, roared into Florida and it was a Category four storm and the storm down trees and power lines across Georgia in about 700,000 homes and businesses without power in Georgia. What master that puts it almost at two million people without power caused by this Hurricane Zeta. Thank goodness it didn't hover and park over Louisiana, unlike the storms that have been lately, I mean, you know the slow moving ones that just park over there that caused all the flooding and yeah, they still got a lot of rain. They got a lot of wind damage, but it could have been a lot worse a lot worse and just look, it's amazing that New Orleans dodged it. Five other times this hurricane season. That's just been on extraordinary hurricane season 27 Storm of the season, so apparently we just have one more to go before tying the record set back in 2005. Let's hope we don't tie that record because it's not something we need to dio I I'm thinking. Let's just let the record go. Just give up, Okay? Yes, it's it's not going to kill us to lose one record. We've had enough. Like I said, We'll get more on this. We'll get the latest coming up at 7 50. This morning. We'll check in with meteorologist race stages from the weather Channel. But up next my last chance this week to get a win in our flashback Tournament of champions brought to you by brown Chevrolet. Do miracles exist? Have.
"dolphin island" Discussed on Skaana | Orcas and Oceans Podcast
"This very little brain. We don't know what's going on there. We we just see that they're moving their their legs but. What about the rights for fruitflies and when we re respect fruit flies what about Chinese because finally, our inbetween animals and plants closer to animals on their animals and we know that that they're the Frankly with A. Geographic mind they know with their funding which are able to to move slime molds, for example. What about them and when you have rights for them, what about trees and finally what about Senate and that's I? Think that's the fear behind when we give all those creatures rights. Than we have starved to death. Just can say, no, that's not what it is about. It's about to be more respectable. That's it's. It's funny that I think my favorite line in your first book or or sorry I know not your first book in your book about. His life of trees was fungi are amazing. And follow that story and I thought of my friends, the worms and their son carrot juice is murder I'm not sure. Maybe, it is necessary. Confusing. How do you decide what to eat? How do you juggle? That is the person who who's. Basically said, yet you know what carrots me have feelings. Fungi have feelings funding funky of intelligence. How do you decide what you're going to put on your plate? I decided more According to the way how the food is produced But? That is among hand environmentally friendly among the other hand if we need that and. I say, for example, I eat meat just just a little from organic animal keeping. But I don't think blast were on prep site to be completely very children vegetarian. But that doesn't release me in the sense because when we talk about planned feelings and there is planned feedings communication for example, when when you plan solid, there's communication between the senator when you to one, I don't know what the others are telling you eligible bed but I'm hungry I'm living being. I have also writes. What it is about I can also regard my rights I can enjoy life but. Every case where it is possible. I take care about other creatures. And what the Dolphin in Ireland. Yeah. Can you talk about that a little bit this? Dolphin Island Yeah it's a tourist attraction and It comes to tourist lonely Dolphin and. Perhaps, it just like to be amongst humans and. It's for decades. It's a very odd ocean on hope it's the Sephora thinks is I think so and? What Some scientists say. Because this is a really heartwarming story because this is really a very gentle dolphin and she likes it to be immense. The boats are spending people and so on. And without being being feed that that would be another story the no, he really loves. What scientists say, perhaps, this dolphin has gene defect. Set Okay laugh is a gene. Thank. That's a that's a strange explanation for that. That's all scientists. are talking about this case where say when when you look at nature just in this way, you don't discover anything. There's a a lovely term that Franz divall came up with and throw denial. And I'm quite fascinated by the the idea that scientists go out of their way to deny that animals have emotions, feelings intelligence, and try to reduce them to biological machines and I just don't get it. Yes. That's that's very good because. This is executive. What many not all they're very good scientists because otherwise we wouldn't all those wonderful things. You write about but. in most cases, scientists say we haven't discovered that we have improved that so it doesn't exist. That's that's. Being mad because things you don't see you can see doesn't exist. It's like a little child which puts hands over the eyes. And says, I can be seen because I don't see anything. I like the fact that you got into anecdotal evidence which scientists don't seem to be found out and I'm going. How many anecdotes adds up to fact, I mean, then almost every single person I've ever spoken to a but ORCAS has a story about something fictionally implausible that these orcas down with them. How many of those do you need to hear before you start going? Maybe there's pattern. This pattern means something like what you're talking about with Cros. The think you can see everything from two sides and are negative person. For example, if you're. Today at Pepsi can can compared with with the bubble Internet bubble. Facebook Bob. Whatsoever And when you're interested in negative seeing things to just hear negative things and. Think the world is negative and when you're a scientist, some you're thinking. Animals are working like a machine. Then you just see the machine you as a friendly Guy Orca friendly guy say noble just a moment and Look at this guy wearing long hair. I think. I. Don't know if you know how our things starts that. The other opinion are suppressed and started by start by how people are looking how the living. How they are researching and so on and when you're living your bubble to defend your beverly find one thousand reason why is true and the problem is that I would estimate that seventy percent of the science community is in this bubble. I don't understand why I. Coming at this not being a scientist I actually assumed scientists will be much more open minded about this. So that's been a really startling discoveries go no that's just an anecdote and that's just the other forty anecdotes you've got those don't add up to anything either. It's fascinating. Look at people. Like. For example, I think she had shed a hard life and. Also attacked by my scientists. So. I think the best scientists which we know nowadays from former times were lone wolves their time. Because they did discoveries which the science community wouldn't do this to be true. And but nowadays, you know our that are one for personal. For example, come on lawns. I don't know if you know you made experiments with goose and use emotions and. Our. He did really one for research or Gouda or. Ever and. It's a, it's a strong defending champion. Nowadays, we have another problem. For example, I have I'm tech from some scientists in Germany they are related to the forest industry. And the problem is a although they are Professors University of the. Business Germany is run by the state authorities. They are the biggest timber centers and there should be the control instance. So there's a connection between signs and timbers this, and then you can imagine why for example, why they say it's crazy when you when you talk about the trees Confu pain..
Hurricane Sally bringing "historic and catastrophic" flooding already
"Category two hurricane, its northern eyewall moving across the Gulf Coast. From Pensacola Beach, Florida to Dauphin Island, Alabama. CBS's Nancy Chin is there Sally is battering the goalpost with probably rains and strong winds. Gulf SHORES, Alabama getting slammed power who's trying to minimize outages. The slow moving storm destroyed dogs in Pensacola Beach, Florida. Protective dunes and Dolphin Island, Alabama washed away just north of Mobile. Robert Martin was out enjoying the weather but had his sights set on better dates. Looking at the weekend, it will be sunny and 75. Nice beach here. Mobile, Alabama Governor K Ivy warned of historic flooding Those who live on the Gulf Coast all too familiar with Mother Nature's Raya Chen
"dolphin island" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Make a connection in a South side neighborhood. One chess move at a time. MARKETWATCH today. Dow Closing Up two and a quarter NASA couple 133 the S and P F 17 mainly clear tonight alot around 60. Warm temperatures continue tomorrow, mostly sunny with a high of 83. Cooling off significantly Thursday, partly sunny with a high of 66 on Lee 63 on Friday. Right now we have 78 reasonable. Therefore, it's 76 lakefront. It's six o'clock. Hurricane Sally takes aim with nine million people in its path. Everything is scary right now. A historic settlement over a police involved shooting payment to be on the state of $12 million. New Mideast Today, signing sets history on a new course. This is the CBS World News Round up late edition on that Piper in New York. It's moving at an extremely slow two MPH because of that, forecasters now predict Hurricane Sally to make landfall early tomorrow near the Alabama Mississippi State line. Ken Graham is with the National Hurricane Center storm surge around 3 to 5 FT. Around the Mississippi Alabama border, Dolphin Island, 4 to 6 even Mobile Bay, 4 to 6 Ft. Of Storm surge. CBS's Skylar Henry from Biloxi, Mississippi. Heavy rains flooded roadways and kicked up waves in the Gulf Coast as Hurricane Sally. Crawled closer to the region at two MPH. If you under evacuation orders, you know police, he that you know those orders. Forecasters say the biggest threat from the slow moving storm could be an immense amount of rain that may trigger life threatening flooding from Florida to Mississippi. Five million acres scorched so far in several Western states. The smoke reaching as far away as New York City so much ash so much smoke. It's sad. She lives near the Bobcat Fire raging in Southern California..
"dolphin island" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Morning long. Your next report at 7 40 on NewsRadio 1055 W Well, it looks like it is going to be kind of cloudy day. Today. We'll see a little bit of sunshine about 30% chance of rain 87 for the high today. Right now we've got clouds and 75 Alabama's morning news. Leah Brandon coming up here in just a couple of minutes with her news, But first Fox News covers the world. News. I'm Chris Foster Hurricane Sally's a slow mover now expected to make landfall tomorrow morning near the Alabama Mississippi border. Forecasters warning of potentially historic flooding. Emergency declarations have been issued in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana. The slow moving storm could dump more than 2 ft of rain in some parts and create life threatening surges, perhaps as high as 9 ft along the coast. Fox's Rick Leventhal before briefing in California, on the wildfires burning there. Rendon, other Western states. President Trump Claims forest management, not climate change When freeze fall down after a short period of time about 18 months, they've become very dry. They become really like a magic Joe Biden says in a speech on climate change. If you give a climate arsonists four more years in the White House, why would anyone be surprised? We have Mohr America Blaze America? Alabama remains under a state of emergency. Today's the forecast for Hurricane Sally has now been adjusted to make landfall along the South Alabama Mississippi border. It'll happen between late tonight and early tomorrow morning hurricane. Sadly, though, getting weaker as it creeps slowly towards us, the winds of decreased to 85 miles an hour earlier, Sally had intensified into a Category two hurricane. Mandatory evacuations have been ordered for several South Alabama counties as the storm is expected to die. Opas Muchas 10 to 15 inches of rain along the Gulf Coast that'll cause widespread flooding. Ah storm surge between six and 9 ft. Also possible in communities like Dolphin Island, Baldwin County could get as much as 4 to 7. Ft of storm surge in between five and eight inches of rain expected to fall on parts of central Alabama between now and Thursday. I'm Leah Brandon. And this is Alabama's morning news. Now back to your host. Here's J T R eally A Thank you very much of his 7 33. Let's check in with Mickey Ferguson once again over Fox, six. And get the latest on Hurricane Sally. And what's happening along the coast there in what could happen later today on into tomorrow, making good morning. Thanks for being back from these, So this thing is a slow mover, right? Yeah, that's the biggest problem. J. T is just Ah, it's weekend Category one status, but it's moving so slowly, almost standing still just about two MPH so that is going to produce. It looks like historic flooding for the coastal areas of Mobile and Baldwin County and into the Florida Panhandle just east of Pensacola. They could get anywhere from 15 to 25 inches. That's a couple of feet of rain. Some places maybe even 30 inches of rain, So it's just like I said. Could prove to be historic for that area. So ah, I think that really is the greatest threat. You can't rule out. You know, some spin up tornadoes there. But man, they're just getting hammered with lots and lots of rainfall in the coastal areas. I do want to say Ah, two different models put this thing going in different directions. One state keeps it a little further to the south, and that would mean not as much impact for us here at home. But if it moves further to the north course it increases our rain chances. We do have a flash flood watch from Jefferson County southward for tonight. Going into Ah Thursday morning. So let's just, you know, prepare for the worst, but hope for the best with Sally. What's the timeline Mickey?.
"dolphin island" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"MPH. It's a cool start to the day. It will be a nice sunny afternoon, but staying cool at 65 to 70 tonight. Clear 55 to 60 and again, there will be some forties in the cooler suburbs to start off the day on Wednesday. Another sunny afternoon expected with highs between 70 and 75 on Thursday. It is a bit warmer with highs of 75 to 80. This is W. CBS and WCBS FM HD to New York Hurricane Sally inches toward the Gulf coast, packing torrential rains and a big storm surge. Freshman dormant in you is unlocked down after four students tested positive for covert 19. Connecticut will soon have bigger fines for people who violate social gathering rules or refused to wear a mask. City teachers say schools are nowhere near ready to open On Monday, SPORTS The Giants loose their opener to Pittsburgh, 26 to 16 Steve Cohen to become the majority owner of the Mets. 55 degrees in New York. Sunny and 68 later it's Tuesday, September 15th more than just the headlines. This is W. CBS News Radio 8 80. Good morning. I'm Steve Scott. It's seven o'clock. Thiss Is CBS News on the hour your home for original reporting. I'm Cami McCormick along the Gulf Coast. They're stocking up on supplies ahead of Hurricane Sally, though some say they'll ride it out like this man in golf. Mississippi picked everything up from underneath. I live on the water, and I'm going to sit right there to house Waller. There comes Wkrg TV reporter Chad Petri is near Dolphin Island, Alabama, sheets of rain and some high winds high wind gusts right now starting to feel more and more like those conditions are deteriorating. According to Dolphin Island police they haven't had in the closures and President, but we're still experiencing the same thing. They are down there, Which is I win and a lot of rain right now, as they wait for this storm to really make landfall and have an effect on Dauphin Island. Landfall is expected tomorrow. It's a category one storm now in the West, a sickly thick haze from the wildfires. CBS meteorologist David Parkinson has the latest forecast. The air is finally getting better as a storm system gets closer to the coast. But if you want the rain to make it to the interior areas, the places where the actual fire spots are that Is going to take until potentially the weekend evacuees in Oregon or tearing, telling rather harrowing tales of how they escaped.
"dolphin island" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Is a lot of new reporting to get to tonight and our team of correspondents is standing by to cover it all with minimal Marcus is gonna lead off our coverage in Dauphin Island, Alabama, where there's already flooding tonight. Good evening, Manny. Good evening, Nora. The worst of this storm is not expected to hit this area until well into tomorrow. But already tonight here along Dolphin Island, Alabama, as you can see, we're already getting the first impact of Hurricane Sally gusty winds churning up the waves on the water already lapping up to where we're standing. Has time to prepare runs out. The threat of Hurricane Sally comes into focus. Storm surge of up to 11 FT. For parts of the Gulf Coast and rainfall of up to 16 inches. Just don't take any chances with storms always going to be prepared. Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana old declare A state of emergency were here in course it change every day almost every hour. Of 7 to 11. Ft. Of Storm Surge Andrew Villages, the mayor of Biloxi, Mississippi. The winds are going to be an issue, but the storm surge. The Flying is your biggest concern. That's what kills people and that's why you wanted to get out. Earlier forecasts show the hurricane making a direct hit on New Orleans. Sally is now tracking east, but officials still aren't taking any chances. CBS News is media Is there as floodgates closed and the city braces for a potential storm surge, so the system was put into place after Hurricane Katrina? The idea is a big middle door behind me is gonna close tightly and minimize the storm surge that goes into the city. Even before intensifying. Sally had already dumped close to a foot of rain in parts of Florida Like keys, the National Hurricane Center is predicting the storm surge will be deadly and officials People get out time to leave. Dauphin Island is quickly approaching. That's because a bridge is the only road way on or off the island, and it will be shut down as soon as the winds get too high. The storm surge here Is expected to be anywhere from 6 to 9 Ft. And Nora. Clearly, that would be well over our heads. Any bohorquez. Thank you for your reporting tonight. Thank you. Let's get the latest now from CBS's Lonnie Quinn. So, Lonnie, the storm is expected to be extremely dangerous. So you better look hurricanes often come with more water than wind. This one has both. It's goingto pack a punch in both areas. Now, take a look what we're dealing with. Right now. The storm has 100 mile per hour winds. It's a category 240 miles southeast of blocks in Mississippi. Where do I think landfall is gonna be, And exactly when I want to be more precise on that, I think will be somewhere right around the Mississippi Alabama border. As a Category two, if not a Category three. It's going to be borderline boy. It's going to be close, and I do believe it's gonna pack a punch with water. I mean, ah lot of rain, but also storm surge around Morgan Mobile Bay could be you know, 7 to 11 ft. And let the rainfall totals anywhere from a foot to 2 ft. In this area, shaded in black in Mississippi Alabama border that could be 2 ft or more of rain. And then if you take a look at what else is out there? We got all kinds of names in the Atlantic Basin We got Paulette. We've got Rene. We've got Sally Teddy Vicky, this could very well become Wilfried. It is a record.
"dolphin island" Discussed on NPR News Now
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"dolphin island" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Now i'm looking at alabama scheduled this year and they have new mexico state southern miss and and western carolina jesus you know alabama we have better scrimmage with the three and four dukes then those kind on the schools. I'm surprised that the the alabama fans don't demand bigger programs coming into their stadium or is it winning the national championship. Yeah i think we i think we lost call but let me let me say <hes> this <hes> i i do think the schedule schedule is is is embarrassing. <hes> primarily because of the non conference game alabama has played some great games in in that opening spot issue number three a couple of years ago wisconsin virginia in your tech clemson michigan southern cal this year they they ended up with a clunker. There's no way to sell that game. It's terrible opening game after that alabama doesn't need to apologize apologized. They play an s._e._c. schedule they have l._s._u. On on the schedule this year <hes> they they have other important games both home and away. It's it's really the first game that is deluded the alabama schedule but it's going to get better <hes> there's a there's a home at home with wisconsin with texas and alabama doesn't need to really apologize about its future schedule. Squirrel is up next needs not to apologize about anything. No apologies here and thank thank you for taking my call and i didn't call to talk about this but you got a gentleman earlier efforts the <hes> hurricane camille and the anniversary and i didn't realize it. Was this wig realize. I'm fifty years but <hes> i live out. Dolphin island bought they. I was about ten years old and that happens. I have memories of camille but we didn't get the damage in in that part of uh of alabama that mississippi but ironically that hurricane cut an island a barrier island in half the are you aware now i did not realize is <hes> that's amazing are there. There's a worn island. You've got ship island. You've got cat island. You've got some barrier islands off because mississippi and about ten miles off shore and that hurricane and literally divided an island in half. There's a cut ship island in half the now there there was a east and west ship and ironically the corps of engineers join in those two islands together this year. They're actually.
"dolphin island" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"It's been a long day in the hot seat for supreme court nominee, Brad Kavanagh. And we'll go longer as day two of his Senate confirmation hearing is expected to stretch into the late evening hours. More from correspondent, Steve Dorsey, Democrats are concerned Cavanaugh may get a case involving the man who nominated him President Trump Senator Dianne Feinstein. I sitting president he required to respond to a subpoena, but Cavanaugh has refused to say whether a president can be forced to testify in a criminal case as a matter of the canons of judicial independence. I can't give you an answer on that hypothetical question. He's also refused away in on his stance on abortion rights. Steve Dorsey, CBS news, Capitol Hill. Social media executives. Ron Capitol Hill today for a Senate hearing on foreign interference in the US elections, and what they're doing to stop it. Facebook CEO, Cheryl. Sandberg actions taken show, how determined we are to do everything we can do to stop this from happening Twitter chief Jack Dorsey says his task is to make sure users know if they're hearing from a person or an automated account abuse harassment troll, armies propaganda through bots and human coordination misinformation campaigns divisive filter bubbles. That's not a healthy public square. Google top executive was a no show was it the flu or something else. Federal health officials called to New York to evaluate about one hundred passengers who had arrived at JFK airport on a flight from Dubai with more than a dozen people complaining of flu like symptoms ten were treated at the hospital. A spokesman for the mayor's office as saying some of the passengers may have visited mecca where there is currently a flu outbreak. There are a total of around five hundred people on board WCBS has Pat Farner on time. Tropical storm, Gordon, Allah, depression pushing. Inland after making landfall last night alone, the Alabama Mississippi border with seventy mile per hour winds Donna Francavilla in mobile, Alabama. Where mobiles mayor says they are trying to fix traffic lights. They're removing downed trees that have been blocking roadways and have come down on homes throughout the area in dolphin island nearby. There are reports flooding roads close or rose that are simply impassable crews are cleaning up the debris working to restore power hurricane. Florence is turning up the Atlantic fourteen hundred miles out it's a category. Three one hundred twenty mph winds the first major hurricane of the Atlantic season Sonatrach to possibly affect Bermuda about this time next week on Wall Street, the Dow was up twenty three with the NASDAQ dropped ninety six points. This is CBS news national mortgage lender. Quicken Loans apply simply understand fully mortgage confidently. Licensed in all fifty states equal housing lender. And MLS number thirty thirty. Jordana and Paul here. Oh, he's mad E is mad. The cable company dug a big hole and that did nothing with it. Here the whole story after Laura's news in it's mostly sunny. Seventy one degrees at three zero three this look at the news is brought to you by the Shane company in the hour's top story. There's some news out today that may spell trouble for Republican Jeff Johnson's bid to become governor Republican governors association's basically given up on the governor's race, which is going to be a very high profile contests. That's Washington Post reporter, James Hohmann, who says Republican strategists don't believe the Johnson is competitive enough, and they may end up pulling money from his campaign. You have to remember their thirty six governors races around the country this year in the, you know, the bang for the buck mixing just on that money a place like Ohio where you have a much closer race than state like Minnesota home in join WC CEO's Boyce Olsen today, we are seeking a response from Johnson's campaign and the Minnesota GOP time is running out for hundreds of people living in a tent city in south Minneapolis with the city working to clear the camp by the end of the month. Maddening thunder hawk has four grandchildren living with her here at the camp, which is grown significantly over the past several weeks. She says she is doubtful that anything will change before the end of September. The only thing that we did was talk to people from housing did assessments, and that was it. But there is help available right across the street. Michael gase is with the American Indian Development Corporation where they've set up a tent game. So we're over there on a daily basis, and you're constantly looking for people to come here to use the services here. So we're going over there and coaching them from over news, Minneapolis mayor. Jacob fry said that he wants to help all these people here find shelter before the end of the month and clear the camp before winter in south, Minneapolis, Susie. Jones WCC Minnesota judge has denied a request to seal a court filing in the case of a former Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot in a stray alien woman. Attorneys for Mohammed Noor had asked the court to suppress Norris, psychological. Records and up in county. Judge Katherine Quainton says embarrassing and private records are routinely admitted to court proceedings, nor is charged in the July twenty seventeen death of Justin Daymond. She was shot after she called nine one one to report a possible assault, a Hennepin county judge has sent the matter of who's in charge of the new Commons park in downtown Minneapolis to mediation, former Minneapolis city councilman Paul Ostrow, ongoing lawsuit alleges the park is not being used in a way that serves the public Astro told WBZ has blazed Olsen. He skeptical. Mediation is the answer the only way to resolve this issue is to turn over the governance of the comments to the Minneapolis park and recreation board, the parks and recreation board in twenty fourteen specifically said that it was rejecting this is a part of the park system because of this use agreement because of the use agreement resulted in this Matt even qualifying as. Public park. Ostro says the current us agreement which gives the Minnesota Vikings free use of the park for fifty years is too restrictive and has made it virtually impossible to hold major events at the park. 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"dolphin island" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Good dad. Good. Judge. Husband. I think is getting good husband. Thanks, Dan. You helped him a lot going to be better few tonight. A rare bipartisan moment there, Terry, you witness at all on Capitol Hill today, but keeps donnas here Terry. How long are these hearings expected to last and when we actually going to see a vote here, David, the, here's the lasted. The end of the week, the committee will vote on Cavanaugh on September. Twentieth in the full Senate by the end of the month, Republicans have this thing on rails. And right now they've got the votes, David Terry Moran back with us from Capitol Hill tonight. Thank you, Terry. We're gonna move on now to that deadly storm. Gordon slamming ashore. Now moving inland tonight, it will combine forces with another system moving across the country, hurricane force, wind gusts, and a powerful storm surge, battering dolphin island. That's an Alabama, ripping apart buildings that storm now tropical depression at this hour and it's destructive force is on the move across several states ABC's Victor kendo from the storm zone. Tonight. Tonight Gordon dead and marching inland ringing, heavy rain in dangerous, rush flooding in Alabama, a direct hit two dolphin island, making official landfall in Mississippi as tropical storm. At ten fifteen pm Tuesday, the data here up to buy feet of storm surge. Rochas wings, ripping buildings apart and hurling debris Gordon's destruction visible at daybreak tens of thousands losing power in the region..
"dolphin island" Discussed on NewsRadio1620
"Sponsored by peden air conditioning plumbing electrical here is just actually everyone had a fantastic weekend we saw mainly dry conditions for our sunday hence the reason why they're so many people out on pensacola beach today and it was hot check out this view from our hearts speech cam on top of south harbor condos highs topped out in the low to mid nineties but it felt like the one hundred's all day long we had so much moisture in the air and pensacola topped out at ninety four degrees are normal for this time of year is eighty seven degrees ninety five for fort walton beach and destin temperatures now are still very mild in the seventies and even in the eighties eighty two degrees in destin eighty in pensacola seventy five degrees in milton now we do have win starting to shift out of the north when that happens we know that we have some drier air moving in all associated with cold front that is why we're seeing such strong storms moving in right now ahead of the actual cold front and then we'll zoom out and we'll show you the big picture so the actual cold front is still little ways to the north west one set moves to the southeast and it's going to bring some drier air relatively speaking check out the do points across the southeast memphis do point at fiftysix sixty nine still in jackson however that north wind will begin to filter in some drier air making things a little more comfortable but in the meantime we do have to deal with some stormy weather more so for southwest alabama and i'll zoom in and show you what the big picture really is just south of theodore dolphin island seeing a lot of a gusty winds and some lightning with this over fifty five hundred strikes of lightning just within the last thirty minutes and heading.
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"Into sports call and again as we've done so far this entire our checking in on tropical storm alberto before we dive into sports currently sitting again forty five miles per hour wind moving north at fifteen miles per hours not much of a change so far this morning in tropical storm alberto or sub tropical storm alberto in a moment ago i asked if anybody out there knew the difference between subtropical and tropical the please let me know because look i'm not a meteorologist i'm a sports guy whether it's not not what i do somebody actually texted in and they said that they read it the other day that sub tropical storms are towards the outside of the circulation tropical storms are towards the center of the circulation and it also the maximum sustained winds are towards the center in a tropical storm or a subtropical the maximum sustained winds are to the outer bands so basically it looks like from what we're seeing from alberto the worst the worst is actually on the outer bands of this and that's why they're calling it a sub tropical storm so thank you for that too that listener for texting that end because that was that was a fun fact i did not know now look i i do love weather i do love weather so when things like this are coming in i'm fascinated to watch the weather channel's coverage whether they're at dolphin island panama city here at pensacola beach wherever it is they're located i fascinated by watching their coverage of it do i know the verbiage not really not really but i guarantee you there's probably some people working at the weather channel they couldn't tell you what a ground rule double doubles so kind of evens out there but again they get to that listener for texting in in in sharing that because that that was a fun fact i enjoy fun fact so that was that was that was good thank you so much.
"dolphin island" Discussed on NewsRadio1620
"Is prepared to leave with plenty of time to avoid the severe conditions now we did speak to the baldwin county sheriff's office today they said that they do have deputies on standby their fully staffed with those deputies that will be on standby we'll be ready to respond to anything should the conditions get worse they say they will be keeping a close eye on the road conditions looking out for any flooding that you guys need to be aware of for now reporting live in gulf shores i'm cory pippen nbc fifteen news aren't thank you corean dolphin island alabama is still recovering from hurricane nate that hit in october and now they have to prepare for alberta that's where we find cassie fan bro both vacationers and locals are preparing for what could be a severe tropical storm in alberta we've been out here all day and what started out as a calm day has now turned into an eventful evening with whipping winds fishermen where we are packing up and heading home now again it was calmer today but those dark clouds did show up this afternoon to remind visitors that an unwelcome visitor alburto will be here tomorrow locals are still reeling from hurricane nate damage the island eight months ago eroding beaches and ripping apart the peer that has been rebuilt that most people do fish off of locals who have been there done that are preparing by putting up their furniture and vacationers tell us they brought flashlights and car games to kill time win the storm hits now we did talk to area business owners throughout today and they say that since they have experience with these kinds of storms they will not be closing down unless conditions deteriorate a lot worse than they are now for now reporting in dolphin island cassie fan bro escambia county is no activating the emergency operations center at noon tomorrow that means all hands are on deck it is their highest activation level of a level one so it will be fully staffed after initial meetings and briefings then they will decide on the hours they will be opened based on the forecast santa rosa county will also be activated their emergency operation center also at noon tomorrow they will be out what is referred to as a level two partial activation that means key personnel as well as the sheriff's office school board a department of health will be.
Student killed in gun accident at Ala. high school ID'd; person of interest in custody
"Have wbjc hd two birmingham this is yellowhammer news i'm andrea thais alabama congresswoman teary soul releases a statement following the high school shooting in birmingham that killed a female student and injured another says her heart hardest breaking for the parents who have lost their little girl due to gun violence sue offered her prayers for the family she also renewed her commitment to make this case of gun violence in schools in birmingham the last case birmingham police revealed this morning that one person of interest is now in custody today regarding that shooting incident at huffman high school on wednesday this move comes after law enforcement officers worked through the night in reviewing evidence and school security cameras 17yearold cortlandt arrington died from a gun shot fired in the hallway of that school a firearm was brought to the school by another seventeen year old student police said the shooting initially appear to be an accident the city of mobile is going to get an infusion of forty million dollars to help with environmental projects there the money invested will come from a trust fund that was created by civil penalties from the deepwater horizon oil spill the projects to be addressed include a watershed restoration a crosscity greenway and a welcome center four projects in fair hope will get about eighteen million dollars from that same fund the alabama gulf coast recovery council voted on wednesday on where to invest the money from that trust fund throughout the gulf coast the mayor of dolphin island along the gulf coast says his town is ready for spring break mayor jeff collier says the recovery from hurricane damages mostly completed with only one of the four beaches their remaining closed at this time the rest of the town is up and running according to call your the town's estate about seven million dollars worth of damage back in october when hurricane nate struck the gulf coast this news is brought to you by attorney alexander shara a man for the people for more alabama stories go to yellowhammer news dot com.
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"At a draft discussion of the legislation as leader mcconnell works against republicans on the same page the plan is crafted behind closed doors which upset some including democratic leader chuck schumer you know why they're doing it in their doing this bill when not showing it's anyone in the dark and i they are ashamed of their bill republican senator john mccain wishes heat had more input we knew that radim amendments from for republicans hope to have the vote on the final plan before the july four three suggest dave original president trump had reportedly called the house bill mean he says the senate one will i'm heart telling a rally in ceuta rapids iowa democrats keep trying to obstruct and they've been unbelievably nasty really nasty side of the successes bushes agenda and about the border wall with thinking about building the wall as a solar wall so it creates manage and pays for excise the also pushed a plan that would bar new immigrants from getting welfare for five years tropical storms cindy gives raining down on gulf states was quite an experience to be right on that goes usm dolphin island elsewhere in alabama a 10yearold boy was killed on a beach hit by a log it was carried in a big wave in rough surf four castres say cindy could dump six to nine inches of rain on the gulf coast states from the florida panhandle all way to texas thirteen inches of rain in some isolated spot fox is casey steagall standing whereby use flooded streets in lake charles louisiana aaa says a lot of americans will travel over the fourth of july weekend more than forty four four million that's a record more nearly three percent more than last year fox news.
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"Dot nail tito s from abc news i'm dave packard congressional seat remains in the hands of the gop after a hardfought race in georgia republican karen handel thanked president trump for his support after defeating democrat jon ossoff campaign spending hitting a record fifty million dollars abc cbos insomnia georgia with more of the candidates and with the race meant to voters handle became georgia's first republican secretary of state in two thousand six and then unsuccessfully ran for governor the president and even weighed in on several occasions making his agenda with her win or get out and vote for care and in the middle of the trump era ossoff on the other hand was counting on energizing dissatisfied voters until he decided to run almost no one knew his name but then us congressman john lewis gave him an endorsement storm cindy hammering the gulf coast right now there could be as much as twelve inches of rain and flooding is likely abc's eva pilgrim spoke to a man at saint charles parish louisiana sandbagging his home tuesday night i can't be different there is already flooding in alabama on dolphin island the governor has declared a state of emergency for that entire state in southwest the right now this is the first day of the summer not the rain but the heat las vegas one hundred seventeen degrees tuesday phoenix won nineteen california's death rally one hundred thirty degrees heat putting strain of the power grid in southern california causing outages in some communities david rudi lives in rancho cucamonga i went up without gas my generator got the generator started just to make sure the stuff on the refrigerator was staying called the federal prosecutor's office in belgium saying the explosion at a train station in brussels tuesday that prompted the station to be your evacuated but left no victims injured is now considered a terrorist attack on suspect was shot by the military and died you're listening to abc news over seventy million americans have.
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"Dot com or download the app today eighteen radio i'm ed donahue to total disclose what happened to the white house today president trump said he talked to the family of auto warn beer the american student was imprisoned in north korea and was released last week but was in a coma auto warm beer died yesterday he should have been brought home a long time ago auto warriors funeral the third day in ohio senator john mccain says he is fearful for the american still being held in north korea sure absolutely the grivas grevin american and hold them for us to have talks south korea says the us flew to supersonic bombers over the korean peninsula today in a show of force against north korea senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says there could be a vote next week on a health care overhaul revert so many distrust stories from constituents than her thankfully the center will soon have the chance to turn the page on those fail law minority leader chuck schumer says there isn't enough time to go over a very important bill he knows why republicans are so secretive they are ashamed of the bill they are writing if they were proud of the bill they denounce it that a brass bands going down main street america saying look at our great bill there are rumblings of discontent by some conservatives over the healthcare bill for castres say tropical storm cindy has formed in the gulf of mexico it is bearing down on the gulf coast bringing heavy rain to several states flooding is already reported on dolphin island south of mobile alabama of water dropping plane has crashed in portugal a major wildfire in portugal has killed at least sixty four people in closing arguments alone lawyer for man charged with killing a twoyearold girl whose body washed up on a boston harbor beach told jurors the girl's mother is a monster who killed their own daughter the girl was called baby doe as authorities tried to identify her this is ap radio news amazon is going after another territory once held exclusively by department stores amazon is testing a new service for prime members that allows them to try on the latest styles before they buy it no upfront charge a century it's placing a dressing in your house customers.
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"Dot com or download the today ap radio news i'm ed donahue total disclose what happened to the white house today president trump said he talked to the family of auto warn beer the american student was in prison in north korea and was released last week but was in a coma auto warmby your died yesterday he should have been brought home a long time ago auto warren pierce funeral the thursday in all oh higher senator john mccain says he is fearful for the american still being held in north korea sure absolutely grivas grevin american and hold them for us to have talk south korea's says the us flew to supersonic bombers over the korean peninsula today in a show of force against north korea senate mature jordi leader mitch mcconnell says there could be a vote next week on a health care overhaul we've heard so many distrust stories from constituents than her thankfully the senate will soon chester turned the page on those fail law minority leader chuck schumer says there isn't enough time to go over a very important bill he knows why republicans are so secretive they are ashamed of the bill they are writing if they will proud of the bill they denounced it a brass bands going down main street america saying look at our great bill there are rumblings of discontent by some conservatives over the healthcare bill forecasters say tropical storm cindy has formed in the gulf of mexico it is bearing down on the gulf coast bringing heavy rain to several states flooding is already reported on dolphin island south of mobile alabama of water dropping plane has crashed in portugal a major wildfire in portugal has killed at least sixty four people and closing arguments a lawyer for a man an charged with killing a twoyearold girl whose body washed up on a boston harbor beach told jurors the girl's mother is a monster who killed their own daughter the girl was called baby doe as authorities tried to identify her this is ap.