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"ed rappaport" Discussed on KCBS All News
"An expected along a wide swath of the southeast I'm making cold feet hi Patty right when you need to know K. C. B. S. A. M. KFRC FM and HD one San Francisco Oakland San Jose a radio dot com station. seven o'clock. this is CBS news on the hour real news regional reporting I'm Pam Coulter even of hurricane Dorian doesn't make a direct hit on the U. S. mainland it's expected to cause a life threatening storm surge in significant coastal flooding in parts of the southeast in mid Atlantic the national hurricane center's ed Rappaport says coastal residents should finish up their emergency preparation we have a risk for excessive rainfall six to ten inches expected the coastal areas of both South Carolina and North Carolina and then locally ten to fifteen inches in isolated areas CBS is Jamie you can says conditions are deteriorating in Charleston South Carolina you combine those conditions with the five to fifteen inches of rain expected to be dumped in this area during dory and along with the high tide the mayor calls at a triple threat and it could mean catastrophic flooding that hasn't been seen here more than thirty years searchers have recovered all but one of the thirty four people have died in the dive boat fire off the southern California coast CBS is make Oliver's been speaking with relatives of the victims how many family members did you have in that type of. five five as that son Kenya. here and there on and off minutes a minute do you believe that you don't believe it on board when the conception burned would dominate cell because mother three step sisters and step father and in northern California salon fifty two year old Lisa Fiedler's grief stricken co workers close their shop this morning former British prime minister Theresa may may have thought she had a tough time with Brecht set it hasn't gotten any easier for her successor Boris.
"ed rappaport" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"For this afternoon the Phillies with only the loss to the Mets on the five hi again later this afternoon right now cloudy skies seventy seven all the way down the sixty seven good morning I'm Frank trainer our top story at twelve thirty one CBS news upgrade commonplace still not certain what hurricane Dorian now of very strong category four still heading toward the Atlantic coast of the normally sunshine state everyone the state of Florida one click and it's less should be preparing for the potential of a major hurricane later on Sunday into Monday perhaps even extending into Tuesday on actual hurricane center's ed Rappaport labeling Dorian extremely dangerous with winds of a hundred and forty miles an hour to distance correspondent mark Strassman has been checking on the airline all the big carriers are offering waivers meaning you can change your flights throughout Florida airports without penalty my name is also a hub for American Airlines which is our friend waivers to thirteen of the sixteen airports based services throughout the state on land gasoline is getting scarce in spots on some roads are reporter jammed as people follow suggestions to move there is a chance Dorian might yet turn before hitting Florida had on CBS news update on top forty we'll have more on Doreen coming up but first at twelve thirty two traffic and weather on the two sponsored by window nation by two windows get two free visit window nation dot com good morning.
"ed rappaport" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Showing many victims of last year's hurricane Maria Puerto Rico died agonizing deaths well after the storm cleaning disabled and elderly people discharged from overwhelmed. Hospitals with bed sores that lead to fatal infections and three on Florence. Now. The latest on WCBS. The Hurricane Center reporting sustained winds and what is now tropical storm. Florence have dropped a fifty miles an hour. The storm, however is moving slowly west of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. And that slow movement is what makes it super dangerous. It's dumping about fifteen inches of rain on the Carolina's close to two feet of rain has fallen in morehead city North Carolina in new Bern more flooding as rivers start overflowing combination. Still of storm surge and rainfall and together they brought the water levels up about eight to nine feet here near new puts it into the major flood stage. Again, the slow movement of this storm is what is the most deadly. Because the rain just keeps falling in one spot. That was meteorologist Ed Rappaport with the national weather service over one hundred water rescues are underway. Emergency teams have rescued more than three hundred seventy five. Five people from flooded areas. This is a deadly storm as well. A woman and her infant were killed when a tree toppled onto their home in Wilmington and a man was electrocuted. Trying to hook up a generator in the rain w CBS news time, five sixteen a.
National Hurricane Center, Hurricane Florence and Ed Rappaport discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal
"The center of hurricane Florence about to move over the Carolina coastline locks meteorologist, Janice. Dean says landfall is imminent landfall is just a technical point of of the lowest pressure pushing across land. It's just a historical perspective. It doesn't mean much. We're going to see the rain and the winds and the storm surge for hours in North Carolina already reporting rainfall of twenty inches Florence downgraded overnight to a category one hurricane, but it's still a huge storm a hurricane force winds. Extend outward close to eighty miles from the center. Tropical storm force winds. Two hundred miles from the center urologist, Ed Rappaport at the National Hurricane Center. Those hurricane-force winds have been battering the coastline since mid
"ed rappaport" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Speaking Anderson to Ed Rappaport, the National Hurricane Center just a short time ago, and these basically just reiterated confirmed everything that we have been saying everyone reads a lot into those numbers. What category is of course. That's important. Sure. It is the wind speed you told us it was, but he said there's a five mile difference between the the one and two right where it was at a two. And then what it was downgraded to a one. Even if it's down right now, I think ninety mile an hour. Winds are the strongest winds that we've been getting in some places, I think maybe one hundred and Davis county somewhere nothing to mess around with. Yes. It is. There's no story. It does look like it's fairly new. There's a price tag on it. And it's not as. Given the size of the storm and the the amount of time that those winds are trying to create a story on CNN because they brought all the trucks down there. Illovo Anderson just said catch that. The last part broke up a little bit there receptions being affected by all this weather right going back to two thousand look behind. Don lemon. There's no way. There's. Right down Santa Monica. Franklin. I just I'm not sure about and and I think we're going to have to just wait and see is it just the stories of water. And and what happens in terms of the last possible story of this pounding rain that just continues hour after hour after hour. That's the only story rain. Yeah. And if you get thirty inches of rain, and that sort amount of time men that. Thirty eight percents. Thank you very much want. You to stand by. We'll get back to Anderson moments. He is riding the storm out there watching it now writing it.
"ed rappaport" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Three Florence might be a category two storm as it crashes into the Carolinas this afternoon, but it is expected to be a killer one FEMA official likening the impact to that of a cement truck instead of maybe a freight train. Winds are one hundred ten miles an hour and the water. Here's the National Hurricane Center director, Ed Rappaport, we're expecting a very high storm surge has a center of the storm approaches the coast, strong winds will blow onshore push water ashore, and that will be a storm surge of as high as nine to thirteen feet. That's an inundation depth over normally dry water on portions of the North Carolina coast and up some of the rivers as well. My from Wilmington North Carolina this morning ten ten wins. Reporter Al Jones, Al we're expecting bridge at the tropical storm winds, maybe this afternoon, hurricane strength winds late tonight into Friday, but they just mentioned the real concern in this low lying area would be the storm surge and the waves that'll be on top of it. Downtown Wilmington is taking on the look of a ghost town, Kurt Ivanov phones, a deli here. He says it's looking up and down Front Street. You can tell residents are taking it seriously. I've never seen more in one or two buildings. This one you see everyone's voting not everyone. But obviously a lot of people voting around town gas stations grocery stores restaurants, most are closed boarded up especially toward the shore and the bridges to the barrier. Islands have been closed now to inbound traffic, you can't go out there anymore and officials are still hoping that the hundreds of residents that remain will come to their senses and get off those islands. Jones ten ten wins live in Wilmington and from Wilmington north to rally where.
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"ed rappaport" Discussed on AP News
"Hurricane Center. Deputy director Ed Rappaport Lawrence will bring a massive storm surge to the coast of both north and South Carolina. And when it gets near the shore, it's is expected to slow or even stop also expected the hurricane will slow down in its forward. Speed as it approaches the coast that's bad news because not only does it prolong the wind and the storm surge along the coast, but it also allows the storm to dump more and more rainfall over land. And so we have a very large area of rainfall totals expected of five to ten inches or more including areas that could see twenty inches locally, isolated spots to forty inches North Carolina. Governor ROY Cooper says those who have been ordered to leave better do it before the first effects of the storm hit tomorrow, if you've been asked to evacuate don't wake. Leave now. You put your life at risk by stay. I don't plan to leave once the winds and rain star. Michael Barnes who was boarding up a home at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, says he's thinking about staying in part because if he leaves me doesn't know when he'll be able to get back in about trying to get back in the roads will be closed off. And it's going to close off. In week two weeks knows Hurricane Center says Florence has top sustained winds of one hundred fifteen miles per hour. Tropical storm conditions expected by tomorrow afternoon. Hurricane conditions on Friday people who just have to have the next big thing are the targets of apple and its new iphone ten s max marketing VP, Philip Schiller. It's awesome for editing videos and movie for creating songs with garage fans. Even playing immersive killer games the phone as a bigger screen and a bigger price eleven hundred dollars. This is AP radio news. The Senate passes a compromise budget Bill the first step and avoiding a partial government shutdown. Jackie Quinn has details. The Senate has approved a one hundred forty seven billion dollar spending package that funds the energy department veterans programs and the legislative branch it's one of three spending bills that needs passage this month to head off a government shutdown when the new budget year starts lactobacillus. I the vote was supposed to be Thursday. But it was moved up with concerns over hurricane Florence house. Passage is expected soon. Jackie quinn. Washington news from Russia say a member of the punk protest group pussy riot is in grave condition for what could be a possible poisoning Echo Moscow v radio and the online news site Medusa reports that Peter vessel off is being treated in a toxicology unit of a Moscow hospital indicating suspected poisoning. I'm Tim Maguire AP radio news. When working at a growing business you wear many hats, the new business hat, the buying toner for the copy machine..
"ed rappaport" Discussed on AP News
"Play by ear until tomorrow. National Hurricane Center says Florence which has weakened a bit to one hundred fifteen miles per hour. Top sustained winds remains a dangerous dorm life threatening storm surge in rainfall expected deputy director, Ed Rappaport hazards, will be increasing the conditions will be deteriorating tomorrow and by tomorrow night and early Friday. They'll be near their worst along the coast. Florence is expected to produce a nine foot storm surge in North Carolina and. Rain totals from foot to more than three feet in some locations. Turns away in the Atlantic National Hurricane Center specialist. Daniel Brown's says it's now a category. Three storm is expected to make landfall later this week. Now, we're looking at the potential for impacts in the southeast US along south coast by Thursday or Friday has four exactly where it'll hit it's early but models haven't heading for the south east or mid Atlantic. Co residents essentially from Georgia through the Carolinas and even into the mid Atlantic states need to be paying close attention to the forecast for Florence Brown says it's expected to game strength potentially reaching category. Four status, but that it will weaken once it hits land where rain and wind will be a real problem could produce a prolonged period of very heavy rainfall across portions of the mid Atlantic region. And that's another one of the main concerns not only the wind. But also the dangerous storm surge and potential for for flooding horns is being compared to Harvey because.
"ed rappaport" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Latest update from the National Hurricane Center in Miami. Deputy director Ed Rappaport says hurricane Florence will likely remain a category. Three when it approaches the Carolina coastline late Thursday. So it's powerful. Winds will push ocean water further inland. Very dangerous all the way down into South Carolina up to near the Virginia border. So there is a storm surge warning along the coast now for life threatening storm surge in this will be one of the key hazards for this hurricane Rappaport says people shouldn't underestimate Florence maintain very dangerous hurricane category. Three on the staffers Simpson scale at this time with winds of about one hundred and twenty miles per hour. Don't think there'll be much change in terms of intensity over the next day or two likely to approach the coast late Thursday into Friday with winds near that strength. The storm was Senate three hundred thirty five miles southeast of Wilmington North Carolina and moving northwest at sixteen miles an hour. The US median income is up. For the third year in a row, but it's far below the wealthiest nation of a median US household jumped to sixty one thousand three hundred seventy two dollars last year, spurred in part by the number of Americans with full-time jobs, even so there are a big, racial and ethnic disparities. The median income for African American households is just over forty thousand dollars. Asian households is more than double that at over eighty one thousand dollars. Correspondent Wally Hindes reporting. Apple's new smartwatch. We'll have the ability to take high quality heart readings to detect irregular heart rhythms and other potential problems. Ben would have insight says getting US regulatory clearance for that is a milestone that underscores the company's leadership and health and fitness typically smart watches are marketed as consumer devices not medical ones needing clearance on Wall Street that up by.
"ed rappaport" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"In the latest update from the National Hurricane Center in Miami. Deputy director Ed Rappaport says hurricane Florence will likely remain a category. Three when it approaches the Carolina coastline late Thursday. So it's powerful. Winds will push ocean water further inland. Very dangerous all the way down into South Carolina up to near the Virginia border. So there is a storm surge warning along the coast now for life threatening storm surge. This will be one of the key hazards for this hurricane Rappaport says people shouldn't underestimate Florence means a very dangerous hurricane category. Three on the staffer Simpson scale at this time with winds of about one hundred and twenty miles per hour. Don't think there'll be much change in terms of intensity over the next day or two likely to approach the coast late Thursday into Friday with winds near that strength. The storm a Senate three hundred thirty five miles southeast of Wilmington North Carolina and moving northwest at sixteen miles an hour. The US median income is up for the third year in a row, but it's far below the wealthiest nation. Unicom of a median household jumped to sixty one thousand three hundred seventy two dollars last year, spurred in part by the number of Americans with full time jobs, even so there are big racial and ethnic disparities. The median income for African American households is just over forty thousand dollars Asian households is more than double that at over eighty one thousand dollars. Correspondent Wally Hindes reporting. Apple's new smartwatch. Well. I'll have the ability to take high quality heart readings to detect irregular heart rhythms and other potential problems. Ben would have CCS inside says getting US regulatory clearance for that is a milestone, the scores the company's leadership and health and fitness. Typically, smart watches are marketed as consumer devices not medical ones needing clearance on Wall Street that up by twenty eight points. The NASDAQ dropped eighteen the SNP up by one oil up to seventy thirty seven a barrel. Moore townhall dot com. Hey guys can hear from the hit podcast today's growth now heard regularly in eighteen countries. What percentage of you listening to this commercial often say to yourself, look, can I do to make more money or how can we increase our business? I'm guessing that's most of you. Have you ever heard knock on the door in it'll open?.
"ed rappaport" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"The southeastern US the National Hurricane Center says Florence weakened slightly today. Deputy director Ed Rappaport runs down the latest numbers center of the hurricane is located less than four hundred miles offshore protein, the North Carolina and South Carolina, coasts, Maine's a very dangerous. Hurricane category. Three on the saffir-simpson scale at this time with winds of about one hundred and twenty miles per hour. Forecasters say the track has shifted to the south west prompting Georgia governor Nathan deal to declare a statewide emergency this afternoon. Nearly two million people were told to evacuate with the storm expected to move slowly near the coastline along the Carolinas through Saturday. President Trump is urging everyone in the path of Florence to get out of the storm's way, he tweeted a video statement this morning and warned that it could be a devastating storm. The president called on people to heed evacuation orders while. Offering assurances that the federal government is fully prepared crews have their hands full fighting the delta fire in northern California. The fire has burned over fifty three thousand acres north of reading and is only five percent contained the area could face a tough. Couple days of weather as parts of northern California are under a red flag warning until Thursday that means high winds which could spread flames quickly. The White House says President Trump has signed an executive order on election interference the order sets up sanctions on any foreign entities that metal in US elections. The presidential directive comes less than two months before November's midterm elections. Trump has repeatedly played down US intelligence assessments of Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign. Tom Roberts NBC News Radio at the closing bell. The Dow Jones industrial average is up twenty eight points to twenty five nine ninety eight. The NASDAQ is down eighteen points to close at seventy nine fifty four the S and P five hundred gained one to close. A twenty eight eighty eight. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio. Three nor the white.
"ed rappaport" Discussed on WTVN
"Gosh, it's been about a week since we've had a sunny day mostly cloudy tonight, sixty three mostly cloudy tomorrow, eighty four peaks of sunshine heading into the weekend with highs in the middle eighties. Whether by the basement, doctor so a little bit of sunshine. Now, it is seventy four at Ohio State, seventy five at your severe weather station. News Radio six ten WTVN hurricane Florence closing in on the Carolina coast National Hurricane Center deputy director Ed Rappaport says a category. Three storm spanking winds of one hundred twenty miles an hour. Because of those wins were expecting a very high storm surge as the center of the storm approaches the coast, strong winds will blow onshore push water ashore, and that will bring a storm surge of as high as nine to thirteen feet. That's an inundation Florence's now less than four hundred miles away from the Carolina coast. Tropical storm force. Winds are expected to hit the area tomorrow. Followed by hurricane force winds later tomorrow and on into Friday, North Carolina. Governor ROY Cooper, sending on another warning to bail today about what kind of impact storm could have on his state is now a category three storm. But don't let that fool you. We are on the wrong side of this storm where most of the damage is done the urge people who've been told to evacuate to do. So immediately said they shouldn't plan to leave once the band weather arrives. And they shouldn't expect first responders to get to them. If they choose to remain here in central Ohio EP has a group of linemen and supervisors ready to go in case, they get the call to help restore electricity to the hardest. Hit areas. Dave Callaghan tells ABC six it's a matter of mutual respect if.
"ed rappaport" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"News time seven twenty. Eighty two hurricane Florence still a category for this morning off the Carolina's. It would be nice if Florence God weaker, but that does not seem to be what's happening right now. Florence could get up to cat five before she starts impacting the Carolina coast tomorrow morning that the real problem. According to the National Hurricane Center is not the winds. It's the rain. Ed Rappaport has deputy director of the center with a slowing installing storm. We're going to have excessive rainfall. On the coast and inland. Upwards of twenty inches near the coast and the large area Virginia, North Carolina. Rain on the upside there's been plenty of advance notice to clear out of the coastal areas like Wilmington, North Carolina. And that's where we find sense and wins newsman Jones joining us live this morning. Al. I'm not sure Lee, you can pick one thing to worry more about one hundred forty mile per hour winds, maybe a twelve foot storm surge in those torrential rains that could be measured in feet here at Florence is bringing all this to the folks of Wilmington in nearby rights, Bill beach, and they're getting ready best. They can a lot of them are just getting out it lane twenty two years with the F D N Y. He's retired down. Here says he looks around at the tall trees and the flat lowland and he's bugging out. My wife's getting a little older. So am I but the quad and along these big pine trees lot of big pine trees in shallow root again? Now. Now heading into Wilmington yesterday. And I can tell you that folks leading greatly outnumbered the fools like myself heading to the coast and just an idea of what they're expecting here. There's a sign up in downtown Wilmington for shelters for three of them. Big shelters, not here, but in Raleigh, one hundred miles inland. That's what folks are expecting. They need to get away from the coast and get far away. Le- one of the things that are trying to avoid is having people run out of gas on their way out of town on those evacuation routes. These guys got stuck in a gas line on their way out. Gas Florence man. She's.
A Few Facts You Should Know About Long-Term Care
"Having a conversation here. Gene pastula talking about. So often on long-term care and. At least once a week. That's all it is is once a week. What? I got you all the time. You are here. I can talk to here in the studio. But there are people that don't even know where the studio is four. So they they need to get in touch with you a different way. Yes. By phone would be good phone is good. You have a telephone hundred two three eight eight one four four, okay. I'll be happy to give that number again as we go along, but you can give it again now eight hundred two three eight eight one four four. Okay. There you go. It's a great number, and it gets you in touch with Jean. Some other numbers. Yeah. Okay. Well, well, here's the here's the number that we come up with a lot of time fifty thousand eight hundred thousand hey, you got a thousand dollars sitting in a CD. You know, it's not doing anything. You got it ready for for long-term Kerry, turn that into three hundred thousand. I don't mean to sound like a huckster because I'm not doing that. But that's sort of what happens, but there are. They have. Well, all right. Wasn't going to say. They've got some money sitting around, but they don't have fifty thousand dollars if they can just plop plunked down on this thing. But there at the same time they recognize the need for long term care. They recognize that there is. Could be an increase if they if they're purchasing this on a yearly basis for two three grand something like that. So what do they do? Well. So the reason why we the reason why we started out saying you got fifty thousand eight hundred thousand is because is because there are a lot of people, and we work with a lot of investment advisors. And what have you who do have that kind of money? And and it's it's really interesting to see what happens when you move. Sabe some money from a Bank account to an insurance policy that is designed to provide you with a substantial amount of long term care benefits, like moving one hundred thousand turns it into three hundred or four hundred thousand for long term care two years later. All you've done is move it from from the Bank to the insurance companies still your money. That's right. Yeah. You lost it, exactly. But okay. So that was sounds like a great idea. Sefton? I don't have the hundred grand. I one hundred million. So and and of course, we always explain or I try to when discussing this that it's you know, you can do this incrementally. You can you can put it in over time and stuff like that. But I wanted to get more specific about it. Because because one of my favorite approaches to this problem is first of all what we're doing is we're selling a life insurance policy designed to pay benefits to your heirs when you die, but it has been adjusted and this is going back twenty five years. This isn't anything new adjusted so that it can pay that benefit early that death benefit to reimburse the insured for the cost of long term care. And depending on how large an insurance contract that you get we'll determine what the what how much per month of that benefit. They'll pay you conceivably till it's all used up. And you. I mean, if you if you create a contract that's got one hundred and fifty thousand dollars of the death benefit, and you need long term care the insurance company on a monthly basis. We'll pay you seventy five thousand dollars a year. Reimbursement for the cost of your long term care. And of course, again, I didn't have you know, the eighty thousand one hundred thousand upon if you don't use though hundred fifty thousand dollars it would be. The remainder of it would go to your heirs. And if you use it all up in that kind of an example, and you need an you continue care. A lot of them will put another hundred hundred and fifty thousand in the pot.
"ed rappaport" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"HD two Clearwater. Stays at category. Four Jack Callaghan. Fox news. The latest update on hurricane Florence. It remains at category four strength sustained winds. One hundred forty miles an hour Snell centered little less than eight hundred miles offshore and we expect that the motion towards the west northwest will continue and by late Thursday into Friday, a landfalls likely to occur. Let's Ed Rappaport. The director of the National Hurricane Center some areas along the Carolina coastline could get rain measured in feet not inches. More than one and a half million people an order to evacuate the coastline. But some like this woman in Wilmington, North Carolina. Choosing not to here. We're putting up boards. We cleared out the whole inside living everything from the windows kind of doing the same thing at my apartment, and then I'm going to go stay at my parents house with them because my family decided to stay here too. And ride it out President Trump's being briefed all the storm. It says the Federal Emergency Management agency is ready to deal with the aftermath the amounts of money. Whatever it takes. We're going to do. But we're already set up. We have tremendous trucking systems we have food systems. We have a lot of. Contractors waiting, but for the most part it's been handled by FEMA official is warning residents. The storm's going to knock out power for days into weeks will destroy infrastructure, and it's going to destroy homes. A Trump administration endorsed candidate has won the Republican nomination for a US house seats in New Hampshire at he Edwards of Dover. Winning a six way race in Tuesday's GOP primary for the first congressional district. Edwards would become New Hampshire's first black congressman were he to be elected in November along the nine eleven ceremonies Tuesday, a tribute to firefighters in Andover. Minnesota an American flag flown between two very tall. Hook and ladder trucks, during the ceremony a bald eagle landed and perched on one of them video that has gone viral Wall Street, Tuesday, the Dow gained one hundred thirteen points, NASDAQ forty eight points, higher the S and P five hundred gained ten Fox News, fair and balanced..
"ed rappaport" Discussed on KCBS All News
"And Allison keys. The national weather service says more than five point four million people are under hurricane watches or warnings as a potentially deadly hurricane Florence barrels towards the US North Carolina. Governor ROY Cooper, this storm is a monster. Big and its bishops Ed Rappaport is with the National Hurricane Center. We think that by late Thursday into Friday at the center will be poaching. The coast and making landfall we still expected to be quite strong category. Three or four on the scale of five and we have significant threats here beyond the wind. One is storm surge and the other is rainfall, I'm Jim Krasula Wilmington North Carolina hurricane and tropical storm warnings. Are now posted for parts of the coast of Virginia and the Carolinas North Carolina officials are suspending state ferry service to and from Ocracoke Island on the southern end of the Outer Banks the island is only. Accessible by ferry. Some two point four million people could lose power some for weeks. President Trump is touting the US government's response to hurricane Maria Puerto Rico last year, calling it incredibly successful, but Puerto Rican officials, including governor Ricardo Rossello are blasting back CBS's. David Begnaud reads, a statement Puerto Ricans lack certain inalienable rights enjoyed by our fellow Americans in the states the historical relationship between Puerto Rico and Washington is unfair. And it is certainly not a successful relationship. Nearly three thousand people died in Puerto Rico and last year storm, Elizabeth smart who was kidnapped and held captive for nine months says she is surprised and disappointed to learn that a woman who helped abduct her getting out of prison next week Utah prison officials, I said Wanda Barzi would be kept in jail until twenty twenty four. It might be a little smelly. And some Chicago hotel rooms as striking workers spent a fifth day on the picket line the strike spread. To twenty-six downtown hotels, including the Hilton and Marriott. This man says it's a bit of a mess room.
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"Warnings and watches are up kind. Lisa lacerra, Fox News. More than five million people in the path of monster hurricane Florence according to the National Hurricane Center. There is a storm surge warning now in effect for much of the South Carolina, North Carolina coast, and these are the inundation levels that we expect to occur as the hurricane makes landfall as much as nine to thirteen feet. That's the rise of the water over over the tides with the waves. As landfall occurs. Ed Rappaport with the
"ed rappaport" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"I'm Lisa lacerra, Fox News. More than five million people in the path of monster hurricane Florence according to the National Hurricane Center. There is a storm surge warning now in effect for much of the South Carolina and North Carolina coast, and these are the inundation levels that we expect to occur as the hurricane makes landfall as much as nine to thirteen feet of the rise of the water over over the tides are with the waves. As landfall occurs. Ed Rappaport with the National Hurricane Center in Miami have been Brown is in right? Still beach North Carolina. Tomorrow night. The storm will be felt here. And that's why people living on the barrier islands of North Carolina are being made to evacuate we rent here. But we want to make sure that we have a place to come back to. So we're doing everything we can sterling Jernigan is roommates are boarding up windows, and we'll go across the bridge to Wilmington. But even that city is expected to be pelted with wind and rain and could take on storm surge. Flooding commander Campbell is you and all marine installations on the east. Coast says there's no mandatory evacuation of active duty marines to Florence but marine recruits are being evacuated from Paris island. President Trump telling residents to pay attention to the warnings of their local officials is going to be a storm. That's going to be a very large one far larger than we've seen and perhaps decade. And he says FEMA and other federal agencies are standing by ready to help a federal grand jury has indicted fine people arrested at a filthy compound. Your Albuquerque New Mexico on firearms and conspiracy charges the five had been taken into. Custody by local authorities last month after children were found living there in filthy conditions. The remains of a young boy were also found on the site. A man was shot and killed on the campus of canyon springs high school in north Las Vegas. Authorities say the eighteen year old was found on the edge of the schools. Baseball field. Fox News, fair and.
Federal report criticizes FEMA's response in Puerto Rico
"From tropical storm, Gordon pounding the northern Gulf Coast National Hurricane center's Ed Rappaport says Gordon's wins topping out of just under hurricane strength. Aren't the biggest threat is the three to five foot? Storm surge in heavy rains rainfalls likely along the coast from where landfall location is to the northwest through the lower Mississippi valley where we could see four to eight inches of rain locally twelve inches of rain so flooding from both rainfall inland and storm surge along the coast is our greatest concern as Gordon lashes. The Gulf new federal study is out sharply. Criticizing femurs response to hurricane Maria last year in Puerto Rico. Jackie Quinn has more US government accountability. Office says there were
"ed rappaport" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Support for this podcast and the following message comes from the ups store who knows small business owners don't get to take days off so of you need help with shipping this upcoming holiday they'll be open the ups store franchise locations are independently owned and operated services prices in hours may vary see sensors for details live from npr news in washington i'm shave stevens residents along the us gulf coast are being warned that hurricane nate could be lifethreatening national hurricane center forecaster ed rappaport says a storm surge warning is in effect for parts of the region were nate is likely to make landfall this weekend from south of morgan stanley louisiana eastward two v western florida panhandle and storm surge of as much as five to eight thief its inundation is expected from the mouth of the mississippi river eastward with somewhat lower miles to the east and to the west nate caused more than twenty death in central america earlier this week when he was a tropical storm a my partisan group of five senators plans to visit puerto rico on saturday to survey the damage from hurricane maria and to assess relief efforts the trip is being coordinated by homeland security in san juan on friday vice president mike pence said he was impressed with the disaster response and that recovery must include ways to ease the commonwealth's massive debt the nation has experienced a rash of billion dollar weather disaster so far this year and nprs christopher joyce reports the two thousand seventeen has also been unusually warm in the us the latest assessment of the country's climate shows that so far 2017 is the third warmest on record the average temperature was two point seven degrees fahrenheit above average only 2012 and 2016 were warmer the country's been wet too accumulated precipitation this year is over three inches above average that's the wettest january through september on record.
"ed rappaport" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"Right yeah we uh we measured it at twenty five miles across on which is which is a large i and um hit perfectly symmetrical of a perfect from a meteorolgical perspective yes and they are rare especially in this part of the world so uh quite a a unique and tom amazing storm we've seen in a two realistically different tracks the european model though the us model how confident or you in in the tracking so far that it that it that a likely will hit miami well it's important to note that you know as with a with a hurricane hunters are primarily data collectors is national hurricane center that's putting out those official forecast so it's all our job to gather that realtime reconnaissance data that so crucial to them to be able to to make those forecast so um the the hurricane center the true experts when it comes to forecasting swarm we provide the data that they need to be able to make those forecast as accurately as possible who madrid all all the work you in in a of everybody's doing right now so thank you so much talked to us okay thank you going to be a hearing were shortly on the dimensions of this from someone crunch and the data major too hard that is actually gathering ed rappaport from the national hurricane center is gonna join us shortly as we said or herbal already pummeled the island of a ingui la uh aleve incomplete devastation in its wake josephine gums conner rode out the storm survive but says her homeland looks like a nuclear bomb was dropped on i spoke with her a short time ago.