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Miami - Tropical storm warning now issued for the Florida West coast
"Now now issued issued for for the the Florida Florida West West coast, coast, from from Anita Anita Beach Beach to to the the Swanee Swanee River. River. Tropical Tropical Storm Storm 80. 80. Now Now with with 65 65 MPH MPH Wind Wind is is moving moving north north toward toward the Florida Panhandle. Mark Thibodeaux from the Weather Channel says the storm is moving into an area of the Gulf where water temperatures have cooled down into the seventies, not the proper surface environment to support A Category one hurricane So the official forecast is for this weekend into a tropical depression depression as as it it attempts attempts to to go go up up towards towards Panama Panama City City and and into into parts parts of of southwest southwest Georgia. Georgia. Perhaps Perhaps as as we we get get into into this this weekend, weekend, Florida Florida Corona Corona virus virus
Hurricane Zeta Makes Landfall in Southeastern Louisiana
"Louisiana top sustained winds 110 MPH fast moving storm, bringing heavy rain high winds and a strong storm surge from south of New Orleans to the western Florida Panhandle. National Hurricane Center director Ken Graham. We're already going to have the system as a tropical storm in Alabama early tomorrow morning, and then by tomorrow afternoon, this system is already in Virginia. So moving quickly, so be careful the nighttime hours You could have damage you're gonna have to have debris and power lines down. So be really careful. It's better to just be be inside. Tim Kerner is the mayor of Jean Lafitte, Louisiana. But those 4 to 5 hours we're gonna We're gonna get a lot of water. We just don't know what's expected with these storms. We're gonna prepare for the worst hope for the best, but you know, we will get water. But the good news is the over quick. The Hurricane center says the storm is now racing to the north at 25 MPH. Each of the major indexes lost more than
Hurricane Zeta slated to bring dangerous conditions to Louisiana, northern Gulf Coast
"A hurricane tracking toward a storm battered Gulf Coast later, Sweet Zeta is heading for the Yucatan Peninsula and will affect that region before heading into the Gulf of Mexico. It will then likely head for land anywhere between Louisiana and the Florida Panhandle by Wednesday. Louisiana Governor John Bell. Edwards says he's confident his coastal residents will be ready. Doctors.
Hurricane Zeta forms in the Atlantic
"Zeta has now strengthened into a hurricane tracking towards Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula and expected to make landfall in Louisiana Zeta when it gets to the U. S Coast could drop up to four inches of rain. And generate a few feet of storm surges. Far East is the Florida Panhandle. Fox's Evan Brown
Tropical Storm Zeta expected to strengthen into hurricane
"Tropical Storm Zeta has stalled in the western Caribbean. But the National Hurricane Center says the storm is strengthening and is likely to become a hurricane by the time it nears Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula and the U. S Gulf Coast, where it's expected to drop heavy rain along with those strong winds. The storm system is a very large one, and it could make landfall anywhere from Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle. Louisiana's governor John Bell, Edwards, is urging residents to monitor the storm.
Trump Speaks At Campaign Rally In Florida
"Is rallying voters in the Florida Panhandle tonight after a mid state visit to seniors blasting Joe Biden on his energy policy. It was a cheery president, who told reporters last night went well, great reviews great poles, great everything while he's been on the defensive over the virus pandemic. The roles are flipped today. After Biden said last night, he backs a transition away from oil in the US A statement that could hurt him with voters in swing states like Pennsylvania and Texas by running made Kamala Harris said he's talking about banning taxpayer subsidies to fossil fuel company Van Soccer
Category 4 Hurricane Delta takes aim at Cancun before heading to Louisiana
"Mexico was bracing for Hurricane Delta. The category three storm with top sustained winds of 115 MPH is expected to hit the resort area this morning. Forecasters say Delta will likely come ashore along the Gulf coast of the US late Friday or early Saturday. Somewhere between the Florida Panhandle and Louisiana, Louisiana's governor John Bell, Edwards is urging people not to focus too much on the storms strength as it heads toward the Gulf. I would ask people not to focus so much on that just to prepare for a major hurricane. Now
Hurricane Delta Intensifies to Category 4
"This year's hurricane season has brought major storms to the East and west of US, but current forecast track sent Hurricane Delta into the Gulf Coast right between Louisiana and the Florida Panhandle late Friday or early Saturday. If it makes landfall in the U. S. This category four hurricane would be the 10th storm this year to do that, something that's never happened. Since hurricane records were kept Natalie Roger. Guess news radio 6 10 w y. O D. With
Hurricane Delta is now an extremely dangerous Category 4
"A Category four hurricane heading for the Gulf Coast on Lisa Brady Fox News. Delta has just been upgraded again. Continuing a rapid strengthening since yesterday. Fox's Tony Jay Powers has more live Lisa. Hurricane Delta wasted no time going from a Category two earlier today to a three and now to a Category four with winds near 130 miles an hour. It's taking aim at Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula before it heads toward the Gulf Coast. People who In the northern Gulf Coast region from Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle are being told to prepare for Hurricane Delta to hit from Friday into early Saturday. Current forecast say Delta could weaken slightly before landfall on Friday night, but the warm waters of the Gulf could also allow it to remain a major hurricane through landfall. Lisa Thanks, Tanya. Some of those areas are still recovering from summer hurricanes
Hurricane Delta rapidly intensifies, likely to hit Gulf Coast
"Tropical storm Delta formed over the Caribbean today, heading for the U. S. Gulf Coast. It's on track to pass western Cuba as a hurricane tomorrow. By Friday, it could strike between Louisiana and the Florida Panhandle.
Hundreds of thousands still without power in Sally cleanup
"And a hurricane watches issued for coastal Texas as tropical storm beta gain strength in the Gulf Coast. Meanwhile, the cleanup continues from the storm. That was Sally Hundreds of thousands of people in the Southeast. We'll spend the weekend without power is the cleanup and damage assessment from Hurricane Sally gets underway. The storms winds blew a huge oak tree on the Mary Helter Brands home near Mobile. Alabama was sleeping in the living room, and all of a sudden we just heard something sounded like a bomb Rivers are running high from coastal areas of Mississippi, Alabama in the Florida Panhandle. North and east of Southern Virginia. Because of Sally's torrential
Hurricane Sally: Floods and destruction on the Gulf Coast as weather system moves north
"Of Hurricane Sally forecast to bring heavy rains to Virginia and North Carolina after leaving destruction behind on the Gulf Coast. NBC's Sam Brock is from hard hit. Pensacola, Florida Hurricane Sally may have left, but its footprint behind is absolutely massive, damaged boats docks that will ripped up on the pylons and communities littered with shredded trees. That's just the beginning. The storm came ashore on the Gulf Coast Wednesday as a cat to it hit Alabama in the Florida Panhandle with 100 Mile an hour winds 2.5 ft of rain and devastating flooding. As of Thursday evening, more than 500,000 people were still without power. At least two people died in Alabama and Georgia.
Gulf Coast residents begin Sally recovery
"Recovery efforts Continuous. The extent of the damage becomes clear from hurricane salad devastation left behind by Hurricane Sally in southern Alabama and the Florida Panhandle. The hurricane making landfall early Wednesday morning near Gulf Shores, Alabama on Thursday in apartment complex there seen ripped to pieces in Pensacola, Florida, flooding in storm surges Up to 6 FT were seen in some areas. Hundreds have already been rescued from rising flood waters along the Gulf coast and at least 300 more need help, according to
Cleanup Is Underway On Gulf Coast After Hurricane Sally
"Reporting that Piper in New York only remnants of Hurricane Sally or left now, but it's enough to day lose parts of Georgia and the Carolinas tonight. And cleanup is underway, where it hit with more than 100 mile per hour winds along the Gulf coast of Alabama and the Florida Panhandle. There's a great time for neighbors helping neighbors. This is where you know you come out of your homes and your really buckle down. That's the silver lining of any type of event like this are Manuel Bohorquez is in Pensacola. We just returned from our flyover with Customs and Border patrol over the areas that have been affected by Hurricane Sally. We started in Pensacola. Where we saw lots of trees down and significant damage to the three mile bridge. There. We saw two large chunks that are missing, and it appears that barge's came loose during the storm
Sally Spreading Torrential Rainfall, Flooding to Georgia, Carolinas, Virginia
"Aside from extensive property damage in Gulf Coast areas of Mississippi, Alabama in the Florida Panhandle, once Hurricane Sally Dumped tremendous amounts of rain. Alabama Governor Kay Ivey There was a record breaking rain and flooding and then as the water continues to recede, which may take a few days, we will see it more accurate Report of the full devastation. Sally's remnants are dumping heavy rain across the Carolinas in Virginia. There's also a tornado threat for areas east of Interstate
Sally slams Gulf Coast with life-threatening flooding
"Sally is moving through the Southeastern U. S. This morning. Flood watches and warnings are posted from the Florida Panhandle to Southeast Virginia. Kyle Gass it with Troy Public radio says Sally came ashore early yesterday along the Gulf coast of Alabama. Multiple rescues of Alabama Gulf Coast residents were made after Sally's large scale rain and flooding trapped them in dangerous situations, flooding and large scale power outages followed the storm. As it moves toward the capital, Montgomery and Northeastern parts of the state Kyle Gass, it reporting at least one person died in the storm. The remnants of salary are now moving through Georgia and the Carolinas today. Forecasters say that region could see up to a foot of rain. Officials in California say around 250. Marines and Navy sailors will be joining crews battling a wildfire north east of Fresno. Next week. Alex Hall with member station KQED reports, the creek fire is still burning out of control. It's scorched more than 228,000 acres. The Marines and sailors will be involved in what's referred to as mop up operations. Making sure hot spots are fully extinguished, removing hazard trees and other tasks to keep the fire from spreading and reigniting Alex Solo with the U. S. Forest Service says re sources are stretched then because of the number of fires burning throughout the western United States. We definitely could use the resource of fire of this size typically has 3 to 4. Maybe 5000 individuals working on the fire right now we have about 2800. Those Marines and sailors will undergo wildland firefighting training at Camp Pendleton for NPR news.
Sally still a threat to Florida Panhandle and Alabama
"Of coastal Alabama are under a curfew is debris and water from Hurricane Sally swamped the roadways as Miranda Fillmore with member station w. Th em. Reports of flood threat remains for portions of the Florida Panhandle and southern Alabama. Much of Alabama's coast remains without power tonight as rain and winds from Hurricane Sally continue northeast across the state towards Georgia. Orlando cancel lives in Orange Beach. He says he wished he had acquired a generator and more food. But now, he says, they'll have to wait till the city's curfew is lifted. We didn't get the notice is that in turn to category tune to the very last minute it was forecast very far west from us, And because of that we didn't take the necessary precautions. Cancel says It would be tough to leave their home now because many of the roads are still underwater for NPR
At least 1 dead as Hurricane Sally unleashes "catastrophic" flooding
"At least one person is reported dead and Hurricane Sally. The storm surge was the third worst on record and the rainfall was historic 2 FT. Of Rain in 24 hours in Alabama and the Florida Panhandle. More than 20 million Americans are now under a flash flood watch. Where? CBS news forecaster Lonnie Quinn, who gets the rain from this point forward anywhere from Georgia up to say, Southern Virginia could see quite a bit of rain. We're talking 4 to 8 inches of rain and anywhere north of D c. You're gonna be spared because this will get steered out to sea by a cold front. Speaking of out to see Look at all the storms we have out there we have. Teddy Vicki could very well have Wilfred forming over the next few days could also have Alfa. We didn't go to the Greek alphabet that could form In the next few days. Even beta is possible, just rolling off the cow, the Africa Coast, But what takes place with Teddy? That's when we want to watch because we think this will become a major hurricane, a Category three As it moves right towards Bermuda again, they could be dealing with their second hurricane in a week's time and then continuing. Up towards northern New England and main. That is not a hot spot that is known for tropical activity. But this stranger of 2020 just continues in all facets. Lonnie Quinn, lead weather forecaster for CBS News.
"florida panhandle" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Traffic moving. Well, it's the same story on the Bay Area Bridges, No major delays. No major incidents on any of our interstates area Bridges. Remember, though we've been getting a lot of rain, so the roads were slick, so Dr Smart Drive safe. John Thomas NEWS RADIO W F L A High humidity today with a high of 88 degrees in a 50% chance of afternoon. Downpours. 79 degrees at news radio Wofl a Hurricane Sally is nearing landfall along the Gulf Coast with winds of 105 MPH. That's a Category two hurricane forecaster Richard Pash is with the National Hurricane Center warning is in effect for the north Central Gulf Coast. Extending all the way over to the Florida Panhandle, the western part of Florida Panhandle and the hurricane itself, a strength and a little bit with maximum winds. Now you're 85 MPH. Forecasters say rainfall totals are likely to be measured in feet over the next few days as the slow moving storm pours misery onto the region. Reporter Ashley Stroh Mia is they're getting out here wasn't too bad until you got closer to the shore. That's where a lot at least in mobile Bay. We're here to see a lot of that really dangerous flash flooding. That is the biggest concern with this storm, and it's still moving only two MPH, but there had been no upwards of 70 to 75 mile per hour wind gusts. In mobile Bay places like Gulf Shores, Pensacola. They're getting hammered, and we're still in that or near that First quadrant, which is usually the most powerful part of these hurricanes. But I will say the wind is really starting to pick up some of the flooding in the region expected to be catastrophic. The Democrats presidential nominee used a Tampa Veterans Roundtable. To go after President Trump President Trump has proven he's unfit told the office of the president in time.
"florida panhandle" Discussed on KNSS
"The Florida panhandle and southern Georgia looks like a vote on articles of impeachment against president trump will come up in the house this week and then the focus shifts to a trial in the Senate where minority leader Chuck Schumer suggesting some start date but Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's indicated that he does not envision a long and drawn out trial that he will soon may wish you were to discuss the contours of a trial fox's groups Hankins for forty from Washington this is the fox news rundown look at sports events his name in the record books on Monday Night Football he courtesy ESPN entering the game two touchdown passes shy of paid manning's all time record breeze completed twenty nine of thirty passes for three hundred seven yards at one point he completed twenty two in a row his four touchdown give him five hundred forty one for his career the St eliminated the calls from the playoffs thirty four to seven the NFL has suspended Seahawks receiver Josh Gordon indefinitely for violating the league's P. E. D. and substance abuse policies it's Gordons fifth career suspension for abuse on the same day that she's found a defensive end Alex go for will miss the rest of the season the team went out and claim Terrell Suggs off waivers the thirty seven year old Suggs played most of his career in Baltimore he's the all time active leader in career sacks Kansas is the new top dog in college hoops after last week's number one little fell to Texas tech the Jayhawks are the fourth different number one in six a people's the season in the NHL the devils have traded Taylor hall and Blake Speers to Arizona in exchange for the coyotes first round pick in twenty twenty third round pick in twenty twenty one defenseman Kevin ball info words make Merkley NH gnar hunched over news the brewers have agreed to a two year twenty million dollar deal without field of this say you'll Garcia the Reds have agreed on a two year deal with south Paul Wade Miley the.
"florida panhandle" Discussed on KNSS
"Touchdown in the Florida panhandle last Wednesday and the death toll from the storm. Now estimated at eighteen governor Rick Scott surveyed the damage in the panhandle area Sunday, clearly it Mexican beach clearly have a lot of work to do. But they have actually cleaned up quite a bit just in the last three days, we then went to Panama City and went to worship there. They're also stopped emerged separation center and just to see what issues they're dealing with one of the most frustrating things, I think for all of us right now is there anybody doesn't power on. That's very frustrating. But the other. Is just telecommunications. President Trump plans to visit Florida and Georgia today to see the damage. Sears has filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection. Buckling under its massive debt load and staggering losses. Sears once dominated the American landscape. But the big question is whether a smaller issues can be viable, or we'll be forced to go out of business closing the final chapter of an iconic name, President Trump says he'll wait and see what more is learned about the disappearance of Saudi journalist. But lawmakers say a multibillion dollar arms deal should be reconsidered. Florida Republican Senator Marco Rubio says even as the Saudis deny any knowledge of harm against journalist Jamal kashogi, a one hundred billion dollar arms deal is a significant bargaining chip to get at the truth. It gives you leverage over them because they need replacement parts they need the training. But Rubio warned on CBS face the nation. If it's found that the Saudis detained or even killed kashogi congress right now, there is no pro Saudi element that's going to stick with our relationship with Saudi Arabia as it's currently structured vote on cap. Hill is being considered to stop the arms deal from happening in light of possible Saudi involvement. Colonel Scott, Fox News construction of a new taxiway and renovation of a runway of Atkinson municipal airport. In Pittsburg Kansas are nearly complete airport manager Bill pile says the airport averages about fifteen to twenty flights a day with all the planes, either privately owned or owned by businesses the Joplin globe reports the city received more than six hundred seventy five thousand dollars in federal and state grants to fund the renovations. The first project was constructing a parallel taxiway to connect a six hundred foot extension with a new turnaround. That was built last year. The runway is now sixty one hundred feet long the second project seal coats and repaint runway pile expense. Both projects to be completed by the end of this month, weather permitting. Phil Hildebrand Kagan. Asked us news all New England forty-three Kansas City, forty partly cloudy today with a high of forty eight degrees, Cayenne s s news. Now, I'm Steve McIntosh. Want to win a thousand dollars. We do at twelve times a day from seven AM to seven PM..
"florida panhandle" Discussed on KNSS
"Touchdown in the Florida panhandle last Wednesday and the death toll from the storm. Now estimated at eighteen governor Rick Scott surveyed the damage in the panhandle area Sunday. Mexican beaches clearly have a lot of work to do. But they have action cleaned up quite a bit just in the last three days. We then went to Panama City at went to worship there. Also stopped the emergency operation center and just to see what issues they're dealing with. When the most frustrating things, I think for all of us right now is there anybody doesn't power on. It's very frustrating. But the other is just telecommunications. President Trump plans to visit Florida and Georgia today to see the damage. Sears has filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection. Buckling enrich massive debt load and staggering losses. Sears once dominated the American landscape. But the big question is whether a smaller issues can be viable, or will it be forced to go out of business closing the final chapter of an iconic name, President Trump says he'll wait and see what more is learned about the disappearance of Saudi journalist. But lawmakers say a multibillion dollar arms deal should be reconsidered. Florida Republican Senator Marco Rubio says even as the Saudis deny any knowledge of harm against journalist Jamal kashogi, a one hundred billion dollar arms deal is a significant bargaining chip to get at the truth. It gives you leverage over them because they need replacement parts they need the training. But Rubio warned on CBS face the nation. If it's found that the Saudis detained or even killed kashogi congress right now, there is no pro-saudi element. That's gonna stick with our relationship with Saudi Arabia as it's currently structured. A vote on Capitol Hill is being considered to stop the arms deal from happening in light of possible Saudi involvement Goodall, Scott Fox News construction of a new taxiway and renovation of a runway at Atkinson municipal airport. In Pittsburg Kansas are nearly complete airport manager Bill pile says the airport averages about fifteen to twenty flights a day with all the planes, either privately owned or owned by businesses the Joplin globe reports the city received more than six hundred seventy five thousand dollars in federal and state grants to fund the renovations. The first project was constructing a parallel taxiway to connect a six hundred foot extension with a new turnaround. That was built last year. The runway is now sixty one hundred feet long the second project seal coats and repaint the runway pile expects both projects to be completed by the end of this month, weather permitting. Phil Hildebrand Kagan. Asked us news all New England forty-three Kansas City, forty partly cloudy today with a high of forty eight degrees. K N S news. Now, I'm Steve McIntosh..
"florida panhandle" Discussed on WTRH
"A small Florida panhandle community destroyed by hurricane Michael which has left hundreds of thousands without power across the south during an appearance NBC's. Meet the press Sunday, Florida, Senator Marco Rubio says the federal government doing all it can to help so far. I have not heard of anything. The state government has asked for that. The federal government has not stepped forward to provide. Whether there needs to be more. That's something that we'll see in the days to come. But I know the federal government, including the department of defense is standing ready to offer even more. If the state says it needs the death toll currently stands at seventeen Saudi Arabia says they'll retaliate four any sanctions imposed against it. After President Trump said it deserves severe punishment. If it's responsible for the disappearance and suspected murder of Washington Post contributor, Jamal kashogi British Foreign Secretary. Jeremy hunt says there's huge international concern. But they want to get drawn into hypotheticals because we don't know the facts yet. But we have been very very clear that if the stories are true that would be totally appalling. And you know, we would have to think about the appropriate way to react in that situation hunt. Speaking for a number of European Communities would feel the same way they need to do is to cooperate fully with the investigation the tux off cans to do this. And if as they say this terrible murder didn't happen, then is Jamal Khashoggi. And that's why the world wants tonight. FBI State Department's visting the September twenty second death of American diplomat Kevin web and Madagascar as a homicide. Authorities arrested a suspect who confessed to fighting web in his apartment before the diplomat. Collapsed FBI has see several items from the apartment, but declined to comment on Webb's cause of death. News and analysis at townhall dot com. This is Michael medven here with Mike Stahl from healthmarkets helping folks find the right Medicare coverage. The news reports say that the rates might be going down the cost of many Medicare plans are decreasing this year..
"florida panhandle" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"Of our entire nation to everyone in the of hurricane Michael, especially in the Florida panhandle, it's a big one. One of the biggest we've ever seen, I'll be traveling to Florida, very, very shortly. So we just want to wish them all the best and. Godspeed godspeed God bless you all. Exactly twenty four hours ago in this very studio. Our meteorologist Bill Karen's warned us. This would come ashore as a category, four. He was right, and he hasn't left and he's back with us tonight. Hey, Bill, just before I get to the new update from the National Hurricane Center that just came out. We do have a tornado warning in effect now for the Hilton Head area and the Beaufort, South Carolina area. So that's just one of the hazards that we have here we do have this tornado watch is going to go through the night, and that's what this little storm cells coming in here just in the north of savannah. So again, it hasn't produced a tornado, but it could. I'm sure a lot of people have their little alerts on their phones going off in that area near Hilton Head in the Beaufort area. So here's the new update from the Hurricane Center. We're at seventy five miles per hour. So we're at the league, the weakest we possibly can be for a category, one hurricane. And after this it will drop down to a tropical storm. It's still exceleron into the northeast at twenty miles per hour and is now getting very close to the Macon area in eventually by tomorrow morning to be near Augusta. And it's still very big, large rain shield with this, and here's the new forecast path. Again, we're not expecting a lot of damage from here on out, so it doesn't really matter exactly where the center goes over..
"florida panhandle" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Florida panhandle. And right now, this is the strongest hurricanes since records have been kept there in Florida since the mid eighteen hundreds. Wow, strongest would speed. This is the Florida panhandle, not the peninsula, but the panhandle at one forty five and the pressure now down seven other update hearing about five minutes, but the eight o'clock advisory had pressured down the nine thirty three. And that makes it the strongest hurricane pressure wise to hit the coast catastrophic damage we're going to storm surge on the right side of this storm as it moves towards Panama City at about two or three o'clock with landfall up to thirteen feet possible, east of the center of circulation, heavy rain, and then this. Storm will pick up speed through South Georgia by tomorrow afternoon. Still hurricane force winds in the southern half of Georgia. And these force winds will also affect Tallahassee and the western parts of South Carolina before it weakens to a tropical storm and exits out into the Atlantic by Friday afternoon, so it's really going to pick up speed late towards the weekend. But get landfall here in about four to five hours. And appreciate it. Eight fifty three now at KRLD a winner is bare number four zero nine also known as bead knows. She takes home the prize in a high stakes week long competition up in Alaska in which the contestants didn't even know they were competing the annual fat bear contest at cap Maya national park fans around the world, I got to vote in an online contest for the bear that they believed it done the best job of packing on the pounds before hibernation. There is a healthy. There is something to celebrate years for the food in six months. It is park ranger Andrew Lavalle. We eat that. I like that. That's a challenge figure that to be a challenge. Bear week was born four years ago is complete with a March madness style bracket at bead knows by the way, just barely beat out a male known as bear seven four seven. Who was so massive his belly actually scraped the ground when he walked.
"florida panhandle" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"The Gulf Coast is bracing for hurricane Michael which has developed into a category. Four storm as a targets landfall today. Hundreds of thousands in the Florida panhandle and the big bend area have been told to evacuate. We're joined now live by Weather Channel senior digital meteorologist Jonathan Erdmann Jonathan good morning. What's status of Michael right now? Welcome morning. Gordon right now. Just a little over a hundred miles south of Panama City Beach, Florida. They solid category. Four hurricane, and I have to say this is a bit surrealism meteorologist watching this. We can look back into the historical record. There has not been a category for landfall along this part of the Florida panhandle or the big bend of Florida Benz up toward Appalachia bay. Any historical records dating to the mid nineteenth century. So what we're seeing today is truly an unprecedented event. Was it a surprise that had jumped to a category four? Well, you know, I have to admit looking at this last week we were expecting at least a tropical storm in the Gulf of Mexico. But you know, I I have to be honest. I was not expecting a category for landfall, you know, it's just basically been such very warm Gulf of Mexico. Water. Temperatures in some optimal wins a law that allowed such rapid rising motion in the eye wall to hurricane and it's just taken off in the Gulf of Mexico far beyond what I expected. Wow. So landfall time would be roughly what middle middle of the afternoon. Yeah. It looks that way. Gordon, it looks like the eye of of Michael should make landfall in the early afternoon hours somewhere between Panama City beach and Appalachicola Florida, and you can kind of think of this as kind of a somewhat larger version of her key, Charlie if you remember fourteen years ago, Charlie really through southwest and central Florida as a category for.
"florida panhandle" Discussed on KOMO
"Florida, panhandle. ABC news senior meteorologist, rob Marciano in Panama City beach says it's expected tomorrow doesn't give us a lot of time to prep with to what could be a major category three hurricane. I'm Pete combs in Panama City Beach, Florida governor, Rick Scott mentions, no words, get out. Don't take a chance massive evacuations are now underway here in the Florida panhandle including here in Panama City. I just wanted people to take this seriously. I mean, there's a potential twelve feet twelve feet above your roof. Scott us now called out the national guard to help both with the evacuation and the recovery and has already declared thirty five counties disaster areas. Pete combs, ABC news, Panama City, Beach, Florida. This court starts hearing arguments at a couple of hours with new Justice bread cabinet taking his spot after a White House ceremony. Mr president. Thank you for the great honor. Of appointing me to serve as a Justice of the supreme court. Turkish officials now say investigators will search through the Saudi consulate in Istanbul for missing Washington Post journalist, Jamal kashogi was last seen last week walking into the consulate the investigation continues into the deadly limo crash in upstate New York that left twenty people dead attorney Lee kin Lynn represents prestige limo the company that owned the limousine involved in Saturday's crash or siege. Limo service as upset as anybody else about what happened over the weekend. Caitlyn says the company has been in contact with both federal and state. Investigators some preliminary questions about the company its history, the driver and the vehicles history, New York's governor said Monday that the vehicle recently failed an inspection and shouldn't have been on the road. But Kinley refutes that. And says the vehicle was safe. Mark Remillard, ABC news, New York. There was a vigil last night, thousands attended. You're listening to ABC news..
"florida panhandle" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"The Florida panhandle is in the eye of a hurricane expected to hit tomorrow. I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News. Michael is a massive storm could bring total devastation. Governor Rick Scott, urging people to be prepared and those told to evacuate to get out. Stay in my home. Every year. Michaels category. One storm now with ninety mile an hour sustained winds butts we are in tipping rapid intensification to a major hurricane. Once. It makes landfall across the Florida panhandle. The big bend though, taking the worst of the storm surge the worst of the right hand side of the storm not only that we could see upwards of a foot of rainfall. That's FOX meteorologist, Janice. Dean, and she says parts of Alabama and Georgia will also get the hurricane as it moves inland. Brad Kavanagh takes his seat on the supreme court this morning hearing his first cases Senate confirmation process was contentious emotional. That processes over. And it last night star Monia swearing in cavenaugh said, he's not bitter, President Trump praised him and apologized cavenaugh be half of the nation for what he called a campaign of political and personal destruction based on lies and deception Democrats are turning their attention to the midterm elections. And the impact this could have on voters Nancy Pelosi with this week saying a new day is dawning a women marched women are running women will win that follows some talk even of impeachment of cavenaugh runs. Fox's Doug lose eight or a vigil last night at Amsterdam New York. The twenty people killed Saturday when a limo crashed. And it turns out that vehicle failed. Recent inspections shouldn't have been on the road doing.
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"Still considered dangerous. The storm made landfall Tuesday night near the Alabama Mississippi border blowing seventy mile per hour. Winds and dumping heavy rain on parts of the south the storms have been weakening tropical depression now. But it remains dangerous say four. Astor's spawning tornadoes kicking up heavy surf and dumping rain. The national weather service is Bob or back. The forecast today is for four to eight inches of rain, maybe some maximum amounts of twelve inches along the track of this storm anywhere from the western portions of the Florida panhandle northwest route through south western Alabama, Mississippi and into Arkansas, I'm Rita Foley. WBZ news time to thirty three. Six point six magnitude earthquake hit northern Japan yesterday. The US Geological Survey says it hit the island of Hokkaido news reports in Japan indicate that the quake triggered a blackout across a wide area in Hokkaido it also affected telephone service and television broadcasting in Sapporo Arlington heights. Police say a bicyclist is in critical condition after hitting a parked car. Police say a car was parked near the intersection of Donovan and Thomas in Arlington heights. And the driver had the car door open and was getting some things out of the. Twenty Kia Optima when the sixty three year-old bicyclist came along police say the bicyclist hit the car door and he suffered life-threatening head injuries. Officers say he was not wearing a helmet Arlington heights. Police say they are still investigating Steve Miller News Radio on one zero five point nine FM. Two bounty hunters from Tennessee have been released after they were charged in an incident where a DeKalb woman was taken at gunpoint from her husband's car, the bounty hunters, Adam Burt and Brin Johnson were initially thought to have objected Twenty-seven-year-old Clarisa riddle they'd made arrangements to meet the woman and her husband for the sale of personal property. According to police, but it was a ruse riddle was wanted for failure to appear in court in Mississippi. And that's where they took her after pointing guns in slapping on cuffs, a round trip of well over a thousand miles, but bounty hunting like this is against the law in Illinois. They're charged with aggravated unlawful restraint. Unlawful restraint and aggravated battery. Mike Crausser NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Braid would woman tried to make a unique excuse to keep out of jail, but it didn't work Joliet. Police stopped a vehicle in the eighteen hundred block of west Jefferson after noticing numerous traffic violations. Police say the driver initially lied about her identity. But when officers informed Forty-seven-year-old, Elizabeth Lemke that they knew her name and about the outstanding warrant for her arrest out of Grundy county. She had an explanation the officers had her confused with her twin sister, according to the Shanahan. Patch Lemke was arrested and charged with obstructing Justice and identification as well. As possessing drug paraphernalia bail was set at thirty five thousand dollars Andy day, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. And Amish couple from Indiana is suing the federal government for violating their constitutional rights. The lawsuit alleges they were not accommodated for their religious beliefs. When it came to applying for the wife to become a permanent US resident the wife is Canadian in keeping with their old order Amish beliefs, they don't take photos, they filed the suit as a last resort because they say officials have repeatedly refused to accommodate them. There's been talk about it happening for quite some time. And now parents who can't keep their kids in check in one suburb might end up writing a check to pay fine, the Arlington heights village. Board says it's official now parents have students who constantly skipped classes could face fines of up to seven hundred fifty dollars. The daily herald reports the truancy ordinance is modeled after a similar one in Schaumburg. The instances are expected to be rare, but parents who knowingly allow their kids to ditch school without reporting. It will feel pain in their wallets this after Arlington heights. Police reported recurring truancy.
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"The florida panhandle still heavy rains are expected with up to twelve inches possible over in parts of the florida panhandle and alabama the storm is expected to continue moving through alabama today than slide across the tennessee valley and into the ohio valley and great lakes region tomorrow and thursday meanwhile to journalists for an nbc affiliate in greenville south carolina were killed in the storm in polk county north carolina try on fire chief jeffrey tenant there says a tree fell on the vehicle of w y f f television the vehicle was apparently in motion yes because when we got to vehicle the engineers was running and the transmission was in dr to journalists who are identified as anchor mike mccormack and photographer aaron smeltzer alberto the first named storm of twenty eighteen get an early jump on the atlantic hurricane season which technically begins friday while the flooding you only expect once every thousand years has now occurred twice over the past two years in ellicott city maryland about fifteen miles west of baltimore sudden violent floodwaters destroyed businesses submerged vehicles and left some cars and trucks flipped and in pieces after heavy rain on sunday maryland governor larry hogan it's really truly devastating i would say it's as bad or worse than the storm two years ago meanwhile rescuers are searching for a thirty nine year old national guard member who was reportedly swept away by fastmoving floodwaters while attempting to rescue people during the floods edison herman of severn maryland was reportedly helping people around four pm sunday in ellicott city officials said he was holding a door to a restaurant closed until he and others left to assist a woman whose cat had gone missing fan and swept away witnesses said they saw mr herman go underwater officials say at least three hundred people were assisted and at least two dozen were stranded or rescued this portion of the program is brought to you by lifelock you know it's been a year since the wannacry ransomware swept the globe encrypting computers wreaking havoc despite the potential billions of dollars in damage caused hundreds of thousands of computers with un patched systems are still vulnerable.
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"The florida panhandle still heavy rains are expected with up to twelve inches possible over in parts of the florida panhandle and alabama the storm is expected to continue moving through alabama today than slide across the tennessee valley and into the ohio valley in great lakes region tomorrow and thursday meanwhile to journalists for an nbc affiliate in greenville south carolina were killed in the storm in polk county north carolina try on fire chief jeffrey tenant there says a tree fell on a vehicle of w y f f television the vehicle was apparently in motion yes because when we got to vehicle the engine running and the transmission was in dr to journalists identified as anchor mike mccormick and photographer aaron smells tsar alberto the first named storm of two thousand eighteen get an early jump on the atlantic hurricane season which technically begins friday for the flooding new only expects once every thousand years has now occurred twice over the past two years in ellicott city maryland about fifteen miles west of baltimore sudden violent floodwaters destroyed businesses submerged vehicles and left some cars and trucks flipped and in pieces after heavy rain on sunday maryland governor larry hogan it's really truly devastating i would say it's as bad or worse than the storm two years ago while rescuers are searching for a thirty nine year old national guard member who was reportedly swept away by fastmoving floodwaters while attempting to rescue people during the floods edison herman of severn maryland was reportedly helping people around four pm sunday in ellicott city officials said he was holding a door to a restaurant closed until he and others left to assist a woman whose cat had gone missing swept away witnesses said they saw mr herman go underwater officials say at least three hundred people were assisted in at least two dozen were stranded or rescued this portion of the program is brought to you by lifelock you know it's been a year since the wannacry ransomware swept the globe encrypting computers wreaking havoc despite the potential billions of dollars in damage caused hundreds of thousands of computers with unpacked systems are still vulnerable to similar attacks so make sure your operating system is up to date the rest of it unfortunately is mostly out of your.
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"In the deadliest mass shooting in modern us history turkey's president says a serious military operation by turkish back syrian rebel fighters is underway in northwest syria and as peter kenyon reports that turkey says it wants to prevent a terrorist quarter along its border it looked provinces were the syrian regime is that many jihadist fighters who agreed to ceasefire terms and that buildup is upset alqarara which worries about spillover violence president registered one tells ruling party members of a serious operation in italy today that he says will continue under a plan for deescalation zones in syria worked out by russia turkey and iran turkey is responsible for it live province air to one adds that turkish forces have not crossed the border into syria saying it's a syrian rebel up parisian so far but one that he says will have russian air support peter kenyon npr news is dental gulf coast residents are bracing for a possible hit by hurricane nate currently expected to make us landfall at some point this weekend at the national hurricane center in miami forecaster ed rappaport says that storm surges are of particular concern we also have storm surge warning in effect from south of morgan stanley louisiana eastward to vent western florida panhandle and storm surge of as much as five to eight feet of innovation is expected from the mouth of the mississippi river eastward with somewhat lower miles to the east and to the west mississippi alabama and southeast louisiana have all declared a state of emergency the epa in the coming days is expected to announce a roll back of federal emission standards for coalfired plants this is npr news in washington this is wnyc in new york i'm david first federal law enforcement officials say they thwarted a plot to carry out terrorist attacks of new york city locations including concert venues at subway stations and in times square federal prosecutors announced the charges against a threeman yesterday their accused of plotting to correct carry out terror attacks in the summer of 2016 all were arrested months ago but their cases were sealed while the.
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"Allahu akbar before stabbing officer jeff neville in the naked flint's bishop airport officer neville isn't satisfactory condition and is expected to make a full recovery defense secretary james mattis is the latest trump administration official to vent anger and frustration over north korea in dc news briefing today mattis said american student auto warm beer essentially died afric committing an act of mischief while visiting north korea madison says americans are outraged about what happened to warm beer what you're seeing i think is the american people's frustration with the regime that provoked shen provoked shen provokes and basically plays outside the rules or abuse that about a year and a half in north korean custody and was returned to the us last week in a coma upcoming talks between the us and russia are being delayed the discussions were aimed at resolving difficulties between the two nations the announcement comes as the us expand sanctions against russia in response to its actions against ukraine parts of louisiana are under a state of emergency as tropical storm cindy churned toward landfall along the gulf coast night meteorolgist gary best says the main threat from cindy will be lots of rain six to as much his locally twelve inches of rain across southern louisiana southern mississippi southern alabama in the west in florida panhandle with a storm surge of only about one two three fee cindy has already blamed for a free accident that killed a 10yearold boy in alabama researchers at philadelphia's temple university are touting the benefits of extravirgin olive oil in the study published day they say consuming oliveoil can protect the brain against alzheimer's they also say it protects against memory loss and preserves the ability to learn you're listening to the latest from nbc news radi jio never rare forty found a near donaldson pike close oregon week we've been hoarding close on complete westbound likely poor that with with injuries also wreck early or legal gonna continue or clearing earlier injury greg jane drugfreeorg we agreement counseling those little road and had on progress on north israel highway they're sitting highway on hollywood hundreds of drug pretty of defeated w alesi forecasts from the i weather center trockel source in the making landfall down in selfless warlanes tonight and the rain from sydney work at its way up in the tennessee for thursday thursday night and friday kasese several inches of rain here seventy two tonight rain coming up.
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"From that about nine forty five this morning as an act of terrorism special agent david julius confirmed that the suspect shouted allah akbar before stabbing officer jeff neville in the naked flint's bishop airport officer neville isn't satisfactory condition and is expected to make a full recovery defense secretary james mattis is the latest trump administration officials event anger and frustration over north korea in dc news briefing today mattis said americans didn't a warm beer essentially died after committing an act of mischief while visiting north korea madison says americans are outraged about what happened to warm beer what you're seeing i think is the american people frustration with the regime that provoked some provoke shen provokes and basically plays outside the rules or that about a year and a half in north korean custody and was returned to the us last week in a coma upcoming talks between the us and russia are being delayed the discussions were aimed at resolving difficulties between the two nations the announcement comes as the us expand sanctions against russia in response to it's actions against ukraine parts of louisiana are under a state of emergency as tropical storm cindy churned toward landfall along the gulf coast tonight meteorolgist gary best says the main threat from cindy will be lots of rain six to as much as locally twelve inches of rain across southern louisiana southern mississippi southern alabama and the western in florida panhandle with a storm surge of only about one two three fee cindy is already blamed for a freak accident that killed a 10yearold boy in alabama researchers have philadelphia's temple university are touting the benefits of extravirgin olive oil in the study published day they say consuming oliveoil can protect the brain against alzheimer's they i.
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"There has the nation's weather for us and an update on cindy tropical storm cindy is going to be making a landfall during the we hours have tomorrow morning near the border if texas and louisiana this storm is going to be approaching net code most way of showers and thunderstorms as we go through today and into tonight these are going to bring a possibility non only four flooding with heavy rainfall but a chance for tornadoes as well so it's going to be a day that is going to get quite wet mostly across louisiana and southern portions of mississippi but all the way through southern portions of alabama the florida panhandle in its southwestern georgia as well we have other shower and thunderstorm activity that will affect areas from the florida peninsula on up along the east coast through the southeast these are not likely to be severe however that there will be some showers sent some thunder as well and it was a likelihood for severe thunderstorms to move through the upper midwest for today those will be for this afternoon and into the early part of tonight and in that area there's going to be a likelihood for flooding downpours and damaging winds as well as tale and there is a chance for a tornado in these areas as well across the northeast the weather is going to be considerably nice here we do have a scattering of showers especially across northern new england but not much in the way of rainfall the west coast is going to be hot temperatures will be well above one hundred across the central valley of california that's the nation's weather nine accu weather dot com meteorologist ted there's air a.