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"eastern atlantic" Discussed on 600 WREC
"And he was all over the mainstream news, saying, Beware of the darkest winner in modern history. No one knew what he meant by that, And the only thing I could think of was dark winter. The project Dark winter, which was a Neve ent, where early winter is supposed to arrive. It would be signified by a number of Atlantic storms. And the Eastern Atlantic would be hit and, of course around black Friday, when we do the shopping, everybody would be spreading flu or some sort of a pathogen. And this was the idea that it was carried out back in 2001. Well. Dark winner, of course, is a Jew engineer have been because it was a military exercise in the military, of course, has a ah weather modification system or they say they want on the weather by 2025. We have the document. About. It's called weather warfare only whether it 2025 R Force multiplier. We have that in after mapped out media tonight, so if you want to go through it and read about it, it's documented that this is something They were going to do now. We know that the Eastern Atlantic is gonna be quite active in the next few days because of subtropical depression, at least four different storms. Now forming in the Atlantic. They've been monitoring them. They have anywhere between 40 right now. 40% chance, a couple of meth a 40% chance of getting worse. There's one that has a bigger chance of getting worse, basically bringing a very huge storm. The Eastern seaboard. This is from the national Hurricane. Uh, center and this is whether we're telling us then you know, they do say that you know, there is a chance of the weather, things can fizzle out. But we have some different things going on in the weather Department. Of course, the big news is this 50 to 60 degree temperature change in one day. In Denver, Colorado. CBS News reported this earlier today. Listen, this Colorado is bracing for weather whiplash temperatures around 100. Denver today will be a distant memory by tomorrow. CBS News meteorologist Jeff Bureau Deli We are about to experience a wild 60 to 70 degree swing in temperatures across the Rockies from the nineties to the thirties and twenties. In 24 hours and a big snowstorm as well. So you had some amazing stuff going on. And of course, you know, it's not out of the question to see these types of drops happening in Denver, but not to have it happen. They don't happen this early in the year, though..
"eastern atlantic" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"The ramp from westbound palmetto to the turnpike remains closed this evening. But the congestion surrounding the Glades has gone away. I 95 back up to speed both directions approaching the interchange. Is a flood advisory. It's still on. You still need to stay away from the low lying areas. The ram from red Road to the turnpike, North bound remains closed due to flooding and now construction. Just be careful out there. I'm Paul Cross news radio 6 10 W. Maeda will continue to influence our weather here in South Florida, even though it's further west of the Gulf now were stolen a flood watch through Wednesday evening showers and a few thunderstorms overnight. Some of them had a brief but heavy rainfall lows in the mid seventies. Breezy winds at times as well, easily an inch or two of rain and some of these storms. With updates around the clock on South Florida's severe weather station on the Weather Channel's Mark Thibodeau, one who's already of 6 10, forecasters at the National Hurricane Center say Tropical Storm ADA is staying offshore but moving parallel to the coast bring the possibility of tropical storm conditions late tomorrow into Thursday along Florida's West Coast, from Inglewood to the Swanee River and the temp of a area now under a tropical storm watch. Hernando County emergency management planner Aaron Thomas says ADA could cause some beach flooding. We could be impacted by it. 123 ft of coastal flooding at times of high tie any time between Wednesday evening and possibly as late as Friday or Saturday Mornings. The record breaking 29th name Storm of the Atlantic hurricane season is now moving east out over the waters of the Eastern Atlantic Ocean data had top winds of 70 MPH, but is not posing any threat to land. Meanwhile, forecasters they're tracking a tropical wave in the eastern Caribbean that could become the 30th named storm of the season. South Florida leaders sounding the alarm is covered 19 cases continue to surge ahead of Thanksgiving, Broward Mayor Dale Holness says if people ignore mask mandates and social distancing requirements were going to end.
"eastern atlantic" Discussed on KOMO
"Customer, Ryanair, saying today that he's optimistic it could happen before the end of the year in the United States, and expects European regulators to allow its returned by early next year. Hurricane Delta has made landfall over the Gulf Coast. The category two storm came ashore near Creole, Louisiana this evening. There are really fears the hurricane could leave a devastating mark on the storm battered Louisiana, just weeks after the same region took a pounding from Hurricane Laura. Meteorologist. Matthew Capuchin is watching this closely for the Washington Post and spoke with comas. Jeff Pooja, first off what makes this one different. Think this one is one of the few that really gives the double whammy. This area saw significant Category four Hurricane Just about five and have six weeks ago. And now we're doing it all again with a high end cat one little tattoo, which you know it's not that of a storm, but you have to keep in mind. There's so much debris on the ground. I'm in Lake Charles right now, and there are mountains of trash and shrapnel. That's out of the road, all left over from the former storm, and now we're doing it all again. These folks really have dealt with a lot every year. The National Hurricane Center creates a list of names to be used for tropical storms and hurricanes. That list of names has long been exhausted. And now they're using the letters of the Greek alphabet. Hence Delta. Why so many storms this year? That is a really good question. Something probably convicted Lee coupled, Kelvin Wave basically picture someone in a stadium doing away. And everyone throws their hands up once and that kind of goes around saving everyone putting down at one same thing happened in the tropics. This batch of rising air went up around the tropics. And as a result, when that came around to the Atlantic de produced a lot of upward motion and that helped generate more storms, And as a result, we were able to get a lot of them. Most haven't been significantly intense with have the exception. Of course, lore was pretty impactful. You say it was strong. We had a few over the open Atlantic like Teddy that were pretty nasty. But most Have been well behaved. This one, of course, the exception, but headland falls in one here. That's remarkable. Has there been any storm season like this in history? 2005. We use the Greek alphabet, but that time around, you know it was just off the charts in terms of the number of strong storms. We saw. Rita was that year Katrina was that year And of course, I remember Katrina strong category that came ashore in Louisiana and death made in New Orleans with a very heavy surge of this summer, and we didn't see as much surgeon you know, affecting the Gulf Coast. But still, it only takes one storm and this one could push ashore. 7 to 11 FT. Storm surge in some areas and isn't there a storm season and and aren't we approaching the end of it? Yeah, start winding down soon. But there's actually another area over the Eastern Atlantic should be a fish storm, but still something that National Hurricane Center and other meteorologist on monitoring right now, not a 20% chance development down the road so Nothing imminent. They're occurring after Delta, but still we can't let her guard down leaves the end of November on Lee, then should we start to breathe a.
"eastern atlantic" Discussed on KOMO
"And hurricanes. That list of names has long been exhausted. And now they're using the letters of the Greek alphabet. Hence, Delta. Why so many storms this year? That is a really good question. Something totally convicted Lee couple Kelvin Way basically picture someone in a stadium doing a wave and everyone throws their hands up once and that kind of goes around, saving everyone putting down at once. Same thing happened in the tropics. This batch of rising air went up around the tropics. And as a result, when that came around to the Atlantic that produced a lot of upward motion, and that helps generate more storms, and as a result, we're able get a lot of them. Most haven't been significantly intense with have the exception. Of course, lore was pretty impactful. You say it was strong. We had a few over the open Atlantic like Teddy that were pretty nasty. But most have been well behaved. This one, of course, the exception but 10 landfalls one here, that's remarkable. Has there been any storm season like this in history? 1005. We use the Greek alphabet, but that time around, you know it was just off the charts in terms of the number of strong storms. We saw. Rita was that year. Katrina was that year And of course, I remember Katrina strong category that came ashore in Louisiana and death made in New Orleans with a very heavy surge of this time around. We didn't see as much surgeon you know, affecting the Gulf Coast. But still, it only takes one storm and this one could push ashore. 7 to 11 FT. Storm surge in some areas and isn't there a storm season and and aren't we approaching the end of it? Yeah, start winding down soon. But there's actually another area over the Eastern Atlantic should be a fish storm, but still something that National Hurricane Center and other meteorologists are monitoring right now. Not a 20% chance development down the road, so Nothing imminent. They're occurring after Delta, but still we can't let her guard down leaves the end of November on Lee, then should we start to breathe a sigh of relief? That's Matthew Capoccia Being urologist with Washington Post. Thank you so much for joining us. And that's Como's Jeff Pooja. Just ahead of our money Update. Today's afternoon sound bite was classified information on a private server should have never been there should never have done that. It was unacceptable Behavior, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo saying Hillary Clinton e mails will be released before the election after President Trump blasted him for not getting them out sooner. Pompeo said they contained classified information and he's review. Nick Sanders and Olympia got the answer in wins a $25 neighborhood grills, gift certificate. And, of course, we have the co Moh afternoon sound by every weekday afternoon at 4 40 right here on CAMO News. Jim Tesco now with our propel insurance money update. It was another positive day for the stock market, the fourth and five sessions with the S and P 500 notching its best week since early July. Today. The SNP gain 30 points. The Dow Jones industrials Rose 161 and the tech heavy NASDAQ composite leaked 159 or 1.4%.
"eastern atlantic" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Mike Pence, now coming to New Hampshire next week, holding a rally in Laconia, right at the airport there next Tuesday at three o'clock. All right, 4 50. Let's get over to the Atlantic now. Very busy Atlantic hurricane season we can add another couple of storms to that already very long list. Here's correspondent Riko Shal Tropical Storm Wilfred has formed in the Eastern Atlantic and has winds of 40 MPH. It could grow slightly stronger before weakening, but the storm is not threatening any land. Well, for it is the last name on the 2020 Atlantic hurricane list. So forecasters will turn to the Greek alphabet for storm names for the rest of the season. And they already have actually sub tropical Storm Alfa form today, right off the coast of Portugal. This thing is not expected to give us any problems in the U. S. But it's taking us into that Greek alphabet. We're keeping an eye swell on Tropical depression 22, this one expected to strengthen to a tropical storm. Maybe even a hurricane while moving over the western Gulf of Mexico During the next few days, This one could bring some heavy rainfall and flooding along the Texas coast starting on Sunday. And then the other big storm we're watching is Hurricane Teddy. This one is in the middle of the Central Atlantic. Right now, this is a Category three storm. It's making its way over toward Bermuda. Got a sustained winds about 130 miles an hour. Right now there is a chance Bermuda could get a direct hit in the coming days will keep you posted on that as it gets closer, right here on W b z b z 10 31 7.9 82 available everywhere with the I heart radio app. Down number one for podcasting and on hundreds of devices like Alexa Google home Xbox and tell you BZ, Boston's NewsRadio and I Heart radio station. Lots of delays out there. We'll check in with Rob and Kristen.
"eastern atlantic" Discussed on KTRH
"Firewood, roadie that ongoing construction and I get to London and the Gulf Coast windows dot com 24 hour traffic center. 87 Today. 71 tonight and dry tomorrow 85 within rains and question marks early next week, Meteorologists got Larrimore at the Weather Channel. It's 86 degrees in Conroe is 85 Sunny and Katie are each top tax defenders 24 Hour Weather Center are each news time to a one Our top story. Houston could feel the impact of Tropical depression 22, which has formed in the Gulf of Mexico. In the meantime, tropical storm Wilfred has formed in the Atlantic Ocean, Nicky Courtney reports. And we had thought that hot mess in the eastern Gulf of Mexico might get the last name for storms in 2020, But Wilfred off in the Eastern Atlantic has picked up to 40 miles an hour, therefore gets the W name were still closely watching Tropical depression 22 in the beta cam. Peachy winds are 35 miles an hour, so just below that 39 mile threshold To become a tropical storm. That's probably gonna happen later today. Depression 22 will be renamed Alfa were in the Greek alphabet Alfa still on track to move northward through tomorrow and then moving off to the West By tomorrow night. The cone is highly uncertain. Houston's preparing for the possibility of flooding high tides and storm surge. Nicky Courtney NewsRadio, 7 40 K T. R. H The Republican Party of Texas is calling on Harris County Clerk Chris Holland's to abide by state law and stop his plan to send more than two million mail in ballot applications to every registered voter. State Party Chairman Alan West calls it a political move by the left, which must be stopped before November. You go back to April, 14th Eric Holder wrote.
Hurricane season runs out of names, moves on to Greek alphabet
"In the Atlantic are coming in fast and furious this week. The thing is, we've got more than 70 days left in the hurricane season, but we've run out of names down on the list for this year's her Now we're in the Greek alphabet. National Hurricane Center today, saying sub tropical storm Alfa has formed off the coast of Portugal and no threat to us that's pretty far out. But another new storm Wilfred has formed today in the eastern Atlantic as well. That one sitting about 600 miles to the west of the Combover T Islands that one expected to weaken the tropical depression. 22 sitting in the Gulf of Mexico, and forecasters are watching that one because right now the Texas coast could be in the cross hairs, maybe sometime this weekend. And of course, we have Hurricane Teddy to getting even stronger as it makes its way through the central Atlantic. Category three storm right now could see Bermuda getting a direct hit in the next few days.
"eastern atlantic" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Jay Austin 99.7. Another record in a busy hurricane season. Lisa Brady Fox News. The latest tropical storm, just born in the Eastern Atlantic, even as part of the Gulf Coast remain underwater from Hurricane Sally Fox's Evan Brown has more life at least damage assessments and power restoration continues along the Gulf Coast, especially in Alabama. And the Florida Panhandle. Some estimates of power outages were greater than 400,000. And now there is a new storm named a named Wilfred. It's a low pressure system off the coast of Africa. It is the last name in the 2020 list for Atlantic hurricanes. A depression in the Gulf of Mexico, with potential to threaten Texas is likely to become Tropical Storm Alfa at some point, Jason Webb in Puerto Rico is still recovering from Hurricane Maria, which devastated the island. Three years ago. The White House says FEMA will award nearly $13 billion for infrastructure work, including on the energy grid. Remember the energy and power grid there in Puerto Rico wasn't really horrible shape. Before Maria came in and literally wipe the entire thing out boxes. John Roberts at the White House. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer is skeptical of the timing, suggesting it's political ahead of the November election. Last week, the president issued a disaster declaration from Puerto Rico over damage from Hurricane Zaius. For now, a proposed partnership between Oracle and TIC Tac parent company Bite Dance remains under review so millions of Americans who use it or another Chinese owned APP face new restrictions beginning this weekend on Sunday. Both we chat and Tic Tac will be deep platforms in the United States, The Commerce Department's director of policy Robert Blair's is that means No. One in the U. S. We able to will be able to download those abs or updates for them to their phones. He says. That band could be reversed if the Oracle deal is approved. The Trump administration hasn't said yet if it's enough to address security concerns. America is listening to Fox News News Radio K. LBJ.
"eastern atlantic" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Lisa Brady Fox News, the latest tropical storm just born in the Eastern Atlantic, even as parts of the Gulf Coast remain underwater from Hurricane Sally. Boxes, Evan Brown has more live. At least the damage assessments and power restoration continues along the Gulf Coast, especially in Alabama and the Florida Panhandle. Some estimates of power outages were greater than 400,000. And now there is a new storm named a named Wilfred. It's a low pressure system off the coast of Africa. It is the last name in the 2020 list for Atlantic hurricanes. A depression in the Gulf of Mexico, with potential to threaten Texas is likely to become tropical Storm. Alfa at some point in Puerto Rico is still recovering from Hurricane Maria, which devastated the island. Three years ago. The White House has FEMA will award nearly $13 billion for infrastructure work, including on the energy grid. Remember the energy and power grid there in Puerto Rico wasn't really horrible shape. Before Maria came in and literally wipe the entire thing out. John Roberts at the White House Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer is skeptical of the timing, suggesting it's political ahead of the November election. Last week, the president issued a disaster declaration from Puerto Rico over damage from hurricane ideas. For now, a proposed partnership between Oracle and TIC Tac parent company Bite Dance remains under review. Millions of Americans who use it or another Chinese owned APP face new restrictions beginning this weekend on Sunday. Both we chat and Tic Tac will be deep platforms in the United States, the Commerce Department's director of policy Robert Blair's is that means No. One in the U. S. We able to will be able to download those abs or updates for them to their phones. He says That band could be reversed if the Oracle deal is approved. Trump administration hasn't said. Yet. If it's enough to address security concerns, America.
"eastern atlantic" Discussed on WSB-AM
"This evening, but most of us stay. Dr Wst meteorologist Carmela's 12, Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast coming up. George attack will open its home schedule Saturday, the first local team to host fans during this pandemic. Todd Stansbury didn't have to go far to figure out a way to keep 11,000 people safe being George attack. We actually worked with a software company that's owned by from Georgia Tech folks. They'll be the first fans in Atlanta since March. So the Jackets athletic director knows the stakes. We obviously want to Joe that George attacked Khun do this NASCAR required at all times and ushers will remind you there's no tailgating but an early bird special on concessions. Jackets or a touchdown. Underdogs number. 14 Central Florida Kickoff at 3 30 on ABC Channel to J. Black 95 15 ws. Georgia State will have similar restrictions when the Panthers open their season tomorrow as well. This just in from the National Hurricane Center in Florida. Tropical Storm Wilford has now formed in the Eastern Atlantic, the latest dorm In a very active hurricane season. Right now, Texas and Louisiana could see heavy rain from the storm. But it is still very early and a lot of uncertainty as far as timing, strength and location are concerned. So be sure and stay with double USB and Kirk Mellish for updates. Atlanta based UPS plans to offer buyouts to management. Like many other companies, the delivery giant is trying to cut costs. UPS is expected to present the buyouts to managers in non operations rolls today. The Wall Street Journal reports the employees would leave in two phases by the end of this year or the middle of 2021. A company spokesman says they'll be offering voluntary severance to some employees, but did not say how many jobs will be eliminated. Demand for UPS shipping services has been booming since the start of the pandemic. It plans to hire an additional 100,000 workers for the Holiday season. Bill Chi Accio 95.5 WSB..
"eastern atlantic" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Weather modification and geo engineering play into the idea of a twinned Emmick? That may be happening. An overlap of both covert 19 flew before the election. It seems that the weather is changing drastically. And it's just we've just left left the Labor Day weekend. We're starting. It is the end of the Labor Day weekend today. I mean, I forget that this is the holiday and that we are working a lot of people, you know, think that maybe this is a rerun, but it's not a rerun. This is live. And back in the day. May, of course, was I think was May 23rd just before Memorial Day we were talking About how the director of Department of Health and Human Services Biomedical Advanced Research Development Authority, Rick Bright Was basically he was a whistleblower, and he was all over the mainstream news, saying, Beware of the darkest winter in modern history. No one knew what he meant by that, And the only thing I could think of was dark winter. The project Dark winter, which was a Neve Ent, where an early winter was supposed to arrive, it would be signified by a number of Atlantic storms. And the Eastern landing would be hit and, of course around black Friday, when we do the shopping, everybody would be spreading flu or some sort of a pathogen. And this was the idea that it was carried out back in. 2000 won Well. Dark winner, of course, is geo engineer have been because it was a military exercise in the military, of course, has a ah weather modification system or they say they want on the weather by 2025. We have the document. About. It's called weather warfare. The only weather at 2025 R Force multiplier. We have that in aftermath dot media tonight, So if you want to go through it and read about it, it's documented that this is something Today, we're going to do now We know that the Eastern Atlantic is going to be quite active in the next few days because of some tropical depressions that at least four different storms. Now forming in the Atlantic. They've been monitoring them. They have anywhere between 40 right now. 40% chance. A couple remember 40% chance of getting worse. There's one that has a bigger chance of getting worse, basically bringing a very huge storm. To the Eastern Seaboard. And this is from the National Hurricane Center. And this is where they're where they're telling us. Ah, then you know, they do say that you know, there is a chance with whether things Khun fizzle out. But we have some different things going on in the weather Department. Of course, the big news is this 50 to 60 degree temperature change in one day. In Denver, Colorado, CBS News reported earlier today. Listen, Colorado is bracing for weather whiplash temperatures around 100. Denver today will be a distant memory by tomorrow. CBS News meteorologist Jeff Bureau Delhi We are about to experience a wild 60 to 70 degree swing in temperatures across the Rockies from the nineties to the thirties and twenties in 24 hours and a big snow storm as well. They have some amazing stuff going on. And of course, you know, it's not out of the question to see these types of drops happening in Denver, but not to have it happen. They don't happen this early in the year, though. And so people are curious as to why this is going on. This is unprecedented. We were talking with Jim Lee earlier about the possibility of modifications or at least environmental modification techniques. They're called N Ma. That's N M O D. It's for military usage. They constitute the president context of what would be used as environmental warfare. It's AH rarely acknowledged the debate on global climate change. The world's weather could now be modified is part of a new generation sophisticate electromagnetic weapons that both the United States, Russia and China have developed. They've been actually using to manipulate climate for some time now, environmental modification techniques have been applied in the U. S military for more than half a century, and there are a number of fact Jim had brought up. On interesting scenario that back in 1976. As the United States is celebrating its bicentennial bicentennial year, the U. S intelligence actually was monitoring thiss radar electromagnetic signals from the Soviet Union. It was a weather modification tool called the Woodpecker. And it was coming right out of Chernobyl. In fact, here's a sound clip of what that woodpeckers sounded like, and a lot of people picked up on and got very sick. A lot of people in well. Canada, Washington, Oregon, especially Corvallis, Eugene area, We're feeling sick and fatigue because this was coming.
"eastern atlantic" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Together by scientists, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. This year's report finds that 2019 was one of the three hottest years ever recorded on Earth and the long term global warming trend is on full display every year since 2013 has been hotter than any year before 2013. The reason human greenhouse gas emissions. The amount of co two another heat trapping gases in the atmosphere continues to rise in 2019. Climate change made itself felt in particularly damaging ways in the region around the Indian Ocean With unprecedented cyclones, flooding and wildfires looking forward to the rest of 2020. Forecasters warn that the Earth is on track for one of its hottest years ever. Again. Rebecca Hirscher NPR news Asian markets trading higher than Ikea in Japan, up one and 3/4 of a percent. You're listening to NPR news. Authorities are investigating the shooting of a U. S Air Force helicopter on a training mission in Virginia. This week. You H one and Huey Chopper made an emergency landing at a regional airport in Manassas, Virginia, just west of Washington. One crew member was slightly injured. FBI and military investigators are trying to determine if that shooting was intentional. The Big 12 1 of the top college football conferences says is going ahead with plans for its fall season. NPR's Greg Allen reports. The two other top conferences postpone their fall seasons this week because of concerns about the Corona virus. The decisions by the Big 10 and Pac 12 conferences this week to cancel her false seasons created turmoil among athletes, college football fans and even President Trump. Who tweeted play college football. One factor in the decision to defer the season our studies linking covert 19 2 mile card itis, an inflammation of the heart that's reportedly been found in some college athletes. Big 12 released. A scheduled for Shorten 10 game season beginning September 26th is joining the South Eastern Atlantic coastal and the American athletic conferences and going forward with a fall football season. Big 12 6 players will be tested three times per week, and those were found positive will receive EKGs, echocardiograms and cardiac memories before returning to play. Greg Allen. NPR NEWS Miami Stein Mart is filing for bankruptcy and says it will close most if not all of its stores. The 112.
Tropical Storm Kirk gaining speed in Atlantic
"Storm brewing. USA radio's Wendy king with details. Clean up from hurricane. Florence continues across the Carolinas and parts of Virginia as forecasters turn their attention toward tropical storm Kirk Kirk is continuing to move west across the eastern Atlantic, but doesn't currently pose any threat to land. The National Hurricane Center said Kirk is around four hundred miles south southwest of the come over the islands moving slowly west at sixteen miles per hour. Kirk is expected to strengthen in the next few
Tropical Storm Kirk forms in Atlantic
"Update from hurricane Florence continues across the Carolinas and parts of Jinnah as forecasters turn their attention toward tropical storm Kirk Kirk is continuing to move west across the eastern Atlantic, but doesn't currently pose any threat to land. The National Hurricane Center said Kirk is around four hundred miles south southwest of the cover Verdy islands moving. Slowly west at sixteen miles per hour. Kirk is expected to strengthen in the next few
"eastern atlantic" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"KOA Denver ABC. Oh, HD three boulder. Home of the Broncos KOA, NewsRadio iheartradio station. From ABC news. I'm Chuck Sivertsen. Florence has officially claimed thirty two lives in North Carolina. We don't want to lose any more people. Flood emergency continues in North Carolina a week after hurricane Florence says. Governor ROY Cooper nine of our river. Gauges are at major flood stage and four others are at moderate flood stage five hundred roads still closed in North Carolina. A lot of powers restore, but there is still foulland's of outages. Twenty eight hundred people are in shelters, but that's down from twenty thousand those whose homes were destroyed by hurricane Florence and North Carolina will begin moving into hotel rooms next week as a transitional housing program begins a new tropical storm Kirk is swirling in the eastern Atlantic and is moving rapidly westward activists marking the one year anniversary of hurricane Maria is devastation of Puerto Rico are staging a rally and caravan focused on President Trump's mar-a-lago resort in Florida. The woman who says supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh sexually assaulted her. In highschool is granted more time to negotiate about testifying for the chair of the Senate Judiciary committee. ABC's David Wright, the judiciary committee has proposed that she go first and the taverna follow. She has said that she wants Cavanaugh to go first, and then she would follow. They've also been questions about whether they would be in the same room at the same time. And also how many reporters would be there? Her lawyer says they want it to be open, but.
Restaurant companies at greatest risk as Hurricane Florence bears down
"Femurs, urging people in the path of hurricane Florence to prepare for a massive storm FEMA associated administrator. Jeff Baird says that Florence is dangerous. Hurricane force is strong storm to target the Carolinas in this part of our country. In decades, we will experienced power outages. We will have infrastructure damage. There will be homes damaged there will be debris on the roads. The category. Four storm is expected to hit the Carolina coast Thursday night into Friday morning, large swells, generated by Florence continued to impact east coast of Florida generating rough surf and a high risk of life threatening rip currents in addition to hurricane Florence. Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center are monitoring hurricane Helene a category. Two storm in the eastern Atlantic. And in the central Atlantic Isaac is now a tropical storm, but it's expected to become a hurricane as it heads into. The eastern Caribbean. See over the next couple
"eastern atlantic" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Hurricane Florence strengthening to a powerful category. Four storm as it takes aim at the east coast. The National Hurricane Center says that the maximum sustained winds are now one hundred thirty miles per hour. The storm is projected to take aim at North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia later this week. All three governors already declaring states of emergency while Florence is. Now, a major storm and continuing to strengthen forecasters are also watching to other hurricanes both further out in the ocean. Neither currently threatening any land areas Isaac is holding steady in strength as a category. One hurricane over the central Atlantic Hellene quickly strengthening over the eastern Atlantic now a category. Two storm with top. Winds of one hundred five miles an hour and Helene forecast to become a major hurricane by tonight. The mother of a man shot to death by North Texas cop still wants to know what happened. Alison, John says the powers that be needed to give her answers on the interaction between Botham John and officer amber Geiger before his death Geiger was arrested yesterday for manslaughter and shooting John to death outside his apartment last week. It's believed Geiger mistakenly believed she was in her own apartment after finishing work. The number of New York City firefighters who have died from illnesses related to the nine eleven terrorist attacks keeps climbing there were three hundred forty three firefighters who died on September eleventh two thousand one but one hundred eighty two passed away sense and more than one thousand either have cancer or respiratory problems union president James 'lamada says. Firefighters spent months sifting through ground zero rubble vowing to try and bring closure to.
"eastern atlantic" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Hurricane Florence is also moving a little faster, traveling west at thirteen miles per hour. While Florence is a major hurricane continuing strengthen forecasters are watching to other hurricanes further out in the Atlantic. Neither currently threatening any land areas Isaac is holding steady and strength as a category. One hurricane over the central Atlantic. Helene is quickly. Strengthening over the eastern Atlantic is now a category two storm. We'll talk winds of one hundred five miles an hour and is forecast to become a major hurricane by tonight. President Trump continues as attacks on Bob Woodward's new book. Trump tweeted this morning. The famed Watergate reporter is a liar. Woodward's new book about Trump is being released this week. Trump says Woodward is like a democratic operative, and he cited the proximity of November's midterm elections. First lady, Melania Trump and President Trump will both. Visit the flight ninety three national memorial in Shanksville Pennsylvania tomorrow on the seventeenth anniversary of the eleven attacks the mobile a tribute to those who perished when passengers helped bring down. A hijacked airliner that was thought to be aimed at Washington DC. They're all Carl's for cardinal Donald world to resign by a highly visible member of Washington's Catholic clergy and a letter written to world and published online Saturday deacon James Garcia said he could no longer in good conscience. Assist. Him in any mass world was recently named in Pennsylvania. Grand jury report that detailed alleged child abuse committed in the state by more than three hundred priests to tennis governing bodies are backing Serena Williams claims of sexism and the way the empire treated her during the women's final at the US open over the weekend, Women's Tennis Association, chief executive said in a statement, the empire showed less tolerance for Williams. Emotional outburst than male players are allowed the United States Tennis Association, which runs the US open issued a statement praising Williams for her class and sportsmanship..
Catholic clergyman calls on Wuerl to resign, says he'll refuse to participate in Mass with him
"They're all Carl's for cardinal Donald world to resign by a highly visible member of Washington's Catholic clergy and a letter written to world and published online Saturday deacon James Garcia said he could no longer in good conscience. Assist. Him in any mass world was recently named in Pennsylvania. Grand jury report that detailed alleged child abuse committed in the state by more than three hundred
National Hurricane Center, Florence and US discussed on Dave Plier
"A one our top story. You've heard about the tropical storm Helene located west of Hellene tropical storm Isaac has formed in the eastern Atlantic. And is now the ninth named storm of the twenty eighteen Atlantic hurricane season. According to the National Hurricane Center Isaac will continue moving west over the weekend and could become a hurricane by Monday. And then there's Florence tropical storm Gordon never quite got up to hurricane strength. When it finally came on shore on the Gulf Coast earlier this week, but its remnants are lingering producing flood threats through a wide swath of the US. Patrick Burke of the national weather service continual, kind of moderate to heavy rain from Missouri on over all the way to Pennsylvania New York through the weekend and tropical storm Florence is traveling up from Bermuda towards the US. Yes. And it could turn into a hurricane. There's no way of knowing yet where it may hip Stacey Stewart of the National Hurricane Center says the storm will produce recurrence
Tropical storm Florence heads towards US
"News. Tropical storm Florence is heading to the US expected to become a hurricane later today. A major hurricane next week hurricane specialist Robbie Burg says it's not there exactly where it may hit the southeastern US, and how long it will remain in the area. I can't get specific those to how long it'll last, but I can't say that even after the storm makes a potential impact on land that not only will wind and storm surge be a problem, but even inland, the heavy rain and flooding loss of likely to be an issue and in the far eastern Atlantic. Tropical storm Helene gathering strength expected to pass near the Cabo Verde islands off the coast of
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"Tropical storm harvey shut nearly a quarter of us refinery capacity curbing demand for crude while raising the risk of fuel shortages in the future and other tropical system forming in the eastern atlantic ocean justice tropical storm harvey moving into louisiana after dumping record amounts of rain falls across texas the national hurricane center said that tropical storm is located about four hundred and twenty miles west of kabul verde islands and is moving west at about thirteen miles an hour with fifty mile an hour winds there the us economy growing faster than initially thought in the second quarter naci that's quick has space in more than two years and there are signs that the momentum was sustains at the start of the third quarter that's good news the us missile defence agency has announced that a successfully each that had successfully shut down a mediumrange ballistic missile off the coast of hawaii in a new test of its missile defense system at sea the us says john paul jones that's a guided missile destroyer successfully launched a nessim six interceptor missile to shoot down the target but they're still problems with north korea let's check in with author doctor john curtis online columnists dot com i donald john what's your guests on korea this thing is still strange to me well it's a lot of moving parts jerrod i mean you've got surgery lab rob in abu dhabi yesterday who said that uh you know the kim jong has to adhere to the un sanctions the august 5th un sanctions or they'll be more consequences for half now we all know that the un is more of a debating society it is in capcom them capacity to enforce any bang for the enforcement function called on the us unfortunately but what we what we know it came in shot of mental across uh kito japan he is uh their sirens went off there was panic in the street they were emailing citizen tung some kind of an email uh uh you know warning system you know and you know to take cover and this is it close to an act of.
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"Yes movie the charms wild thing was number one for two weeks and those are some of the things that happened on tasked august first it is fifteen past the hour and time for accu weather divorce cast and dean what's going on with tropical storm emily emily is a crossed over the peninsula florida it sound on the east side now it is going to be affecting the east coast the atlantic side of florida and then the shoreline all the way up through uh places like a hilton head myrtle beach cape hatteras with strong grip currence and rough surface the center of that circulation continues to head to the north and east and staying out over the water so we'll continue to see again the strong recurrence rough surf along those areas here as we go through tuesday and wednesday will continue to monitor for even more development in the tropics here over the next couple of weeks it looks like things are getting more active now in the eastern atlantic basin and certainly we've seen some activity in the pacific basin rest of the country well it's going to heat up in the northeast some thunderstorms over the spine of the appalachians this afternoon and back over parts of the uh of a ohio in certainly out in the great lakes the ohio valley in the great lakes could see some spotty thunderstorms in a see it sizzle out west with the heat building a seattle eugene boise all heighten bothered here today with the hotter temperatures and some showers and thunderstorms so lose can be heavy today up in parts of north than northwest texas up to oklahoma city could see some drenching thunderstorms some isolated thunderstorms over the four quarters as that he continues to build in the west and dean where's some good places the fbi's others said certainly that i mean you know seattle once in a while getting up into the mid '80s with low humidity isn't so bad the we'll see temperature's in dc today only be around ninety it'll be a bit more humid but still for d c beans lewis weather on this tuesday all right thanks gene yeah we're defining the dean's list down ninety and humid as a beautiful day we'll have to look at america's weather here's the latest from the news room north korea is definitely a growing threat experts say and has the capability of at least hitting the west coast of the.