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Fresh "Forecaster" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:45 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh "Forecaster" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"To law enforcement and many Democrats saying no we have to address the gun lobby and gun laws We're 8 days away from the start of the Atlantic hurricane season forecasters are predicting an above average year No way administrator Rick spinrad 14 to 21 named storms with top winds of at least 39 mph Of these 6 to ten will become hurricanes with top winds of at least 74 mph And of these three to 6 major hurricanes ranked as categories three four or 5 Spinrad says now is the time for people to stock up on hurricane supplies like water batteries non perishable foods and of course don't forget a battery operated radio that gets a.m. FM and weather bands This is CBS News It's a data honor To remember to reflect This Memorial Day honor our fallen soldiers with taps across America For more information go to CBS dot com slash tabs 1103 Tuesday evening May 24th 2022 62 in Columbia down to the 50s tonight.

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Stormy repeat: NOAA predicts busy Atlantic hurricane season

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 9 hrs ago

Stormy repeat: NOAA predicts busy Atlantic hurricane season

"Federal meteorologists say it looks like an extra busy Atlantic hurricane season again this year I'm Ben Thomas with a look at the forecast The national oceanic and atmospheric administration's Atlantic hurricane season forecast calls for 14 to 21 named storms with 6 to ten becoming hurricanes and as many as 6 major hurricanes with winds topping 110 mph Each of the last 6 Atlantic hurricane seasons have been above normal which is a record Among the factors this year forecasters point to warmer ocean temperatures overall la Nina which sees equatorial waters in the Pacific cool climate change and active monsoon season in West Africa and long-term patterns There have been more category four and 5 U.S. landfalls in the last 5 years than the previous 50 I'm Ben Thomas

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Fresh "Forecaster" from All Things Considered

All Things Considered

02:18 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh "Forecaster" from All Things Considered

"Economy itself into a deep freeze The fed has made it clear it's willing to tolerate some short term pain if that's what it takes to get prices under control One positive note most Americans came into this year in relatively good financial shape with some extra money in the bank so they do have some financial cushion to help them weather this rough patch All right thanks to you all We've been talking with NPR's Scott horsley and Brittany cronin and Chris Arnold Thank you Thanks man You're welcome All right we're just one week away from the start of hurricane season and federal forecasters are predicting a whopping 14 to 21 named storms this year It's part of a trend of more destructive storms driven in part by climate change Rebecca hirscher from NPR's climate team has more Between 6 and ten of the storms are forecast to be full blown hurricanes which is a lot Rick spinrad is the head of the national oceanic and atmospheric administration NOAA NOAA is predicting an above normal 2022 Atlantic hurricane season which would make this year the 7th consecutive above normal season That's bad news for the millions of people who live in the potential path of a storm which includes a huge swath of the U.S. from the northeast to the southeast and the Gulf Coast Matthew rosencrantz is known as lead hurricane forecaster So hurricanes are anywhere from 200 to a thousand miles across in their impact So you can be even a thousand miles from the cosign and have an impact Flooding is a big impact he says Climate change is making storms rainier That was on deadly display just last year with hurricane Ida It made landfall in Louisiana with powerful wind and rain and killed dozens of people there Then it moved northeast across 9 states Just last year the remnants of hurricane Ida are caused to rain and flash flooding that killed 13 New Yorkers in basement apartments That's New York City mayor Eric Adams And to underscore how widespread hurricane risk really is Noah announced its 2022 hurricane forecast in New York City not exactly the place most Americans think of when they think of hurricanes As for why we find ourselves staring down another destructive hurricane season there have always been cycles of more and less active hurricane seasons The last 7 years or so have been an active cycle But climate change is also a big part of it Hotter air and hotter ocean water create perfect conditions for hurricanes and Matthew rosencrantz says this year the water in the Gulf of Mexico could be extra hot because of something called the loop current It's an area of warm water that kind of breaks off and moves from east to west across the Gulf of Mexico Imagine a river of hot water looping into the Gulf of Mexico and then a blob detaches and just sits there Right in the path of any hurricane that's headed toward land The storm does form and move across that area It's kind of like moving on to like an area where it can be kind of supercharged really quickly That could mean storms that get big and dangerous very quickly Too quickly for people to evacuate or it could help create storms that dump catastrophic amounts of rain like Ida Federal forecasters are clear Get ready for a tough hurricane season It starts June 1st and.

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How Bidenflation Is Costing YOU

The Trish Regan Show

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

How Bidenflation Is Costing YOU

"I'll tell you what, this is what people get. They know that this inflation is going to cost us all because when they look at these numbers, I mean, it's costing them, right? Energy up 27%, but that's not even gas prices, gas prices. That's the overall energy number, so everything? Gas price is up 40% grocery prices up 7.4%, rent, rents are the biggest increase in 20 years for goodness sakes. Furniture, I hope you're not furnishing your home right now because it's going to cost you 9.3% more this year. I mean, the problem with all this is it's very hard to get a handle on it. I know that the president is saying, oh, don't worry by the end of the year it'll be A-okay. It's just transitory. It's just temporary. And again, I'm going back to the econ speak. The forecasters continue to project inflation easing substantially. Well, you know what? It's not going to ease substantially. It's not going to get much better unless the fed, you know, show some tough love.

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Fresh update on "forecaster" discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "forecaster" discussed on AP News Radio

" Federal meteorologists say it looks like an extra busy Atlantic hurricane season again this year. I'm Ben Thomas with a look at the forecast. The national oceanic and atmospheric administration's Atlantic hurricane season forecast calls for 14 to 21 named storms with 6 to ten becoming hurricanes and as many as 6 major hurricanes, with winds topping 110 mph. Each of the last 6 Atlantic hurricane seasons have been above normal, which is a record. Among the factors this year, forecasters point to warmer ocean temperatures overall, la Nina, which sees equatorial waters in the Pacific cool, climate change and active monsoon season in West Africa and long-term patterns. There have been more category four and 5 U.S. landfalls in the last 5 years than the previous 50. I'm Ben Thomas

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Joe Biden's Inflation Nation

The Trish Regan Show

02:14 min | 3 months ago

Joe Biden's Inflation Nation

"We got prices skyrocketing. Skyrocketing 7 and a half percent. Okay, this is more than people anticipated. The expectation by most economists for was for like 7.2%. This is a big deal, okay? Because it means you're paying 7 and a half percent more for everything this year than you were last. Well, guess what? Your wages aren't going up. 7 and a half percent to keep up with this. So all it means is that things have gotten more expensive. This is why when I told you about the misery index just yesterday, I was explaining that it's at the worst level, the highest level, which means the worst that it has been in since 2008 since the aftermath of the Great Recession because prices are going up and things feel lousy. I mean, even if the job market is as strong as they say it is, if everything costs more people just don't feel really good about things. This is on Joe Biden right now, even though he doesn't want to admit it, he doesn't. In fact, he came out with a statement admitting, yes, these are elevated numbers quote elevated, not like this is awful. This is really high. Elevated numbers, but you know what they're going to subside. They're going to go away. Just inflation's transitory. Whatever. Let me share with you his statement. Quote, while today's report is elevated, forecasters continue to project inflation easing substantially by the end of 2022. Oh my goodness, like the present is actually trying to sound like he's an economist. With language like that. Easing. I'm sorry. That's like econ speak. All right, just talk like a normal person, Joe, isn't that supposed to be what you are? Just put it in plain speak, okay? He's trying to say that it's going to get better. He's going to say, okay, it's going to get better by the end of 2022. Just give me a year, folks. Just give me a year. He goes on. Quote, and fortunately, we saw positive real wage growth last month and moderation in auto prices. Again, the language cracks me up, moderation in auto prices give me a break. Which have made up about a quarter of headline inflation over the last year. By the way, auto prices, they've been outrageous, right? You saw the latest numbers most recently that were up like 37% for used car

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Fresh "Forecaster" from Here and Now

Here and Now

00:55 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh "Forecaster" from Here and Now

"Elementary school which as an enrollment of just under 600 students police say the suspect has been taken into custody There will be more hurricanes and tropical storms than usual this year federal scientists predict and Pierre's Rebecca hirsch reports this would be the 7th year in a row within above average Atlantic hurricane season The national oceanic and atmospheric administration predicts 14 to 21 total storms will be named in 2022 Of those forecasters expect 6 to ten hurricanes three to 6 of which will have sustained wind speeds above 110 mph If that forecast is correct it would be the 7th above average hurricane season in a row By far the longest streak and recorded history Climate change is driving larger more destructive storms because hotter ocean water and hotter air create perfect conditions for hurricanes and because sea level rise exacerbates flooding when storms hit land The Atlantic hurricane season begins June 1st and runs through November storm activity is at its most intense in the second half of the season Rebecca herscher and Pierre news The NASDAQ composite index is down 2.8% or 331 points the Dow is fallen.

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Storm expected to glaze Pennsylvania, New England in ice

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

Storm expected to glaze Pennsylvania, New England in ice

"Snow snow snow snow is is is is blanketing blanketing blanketing blanketing much much much much of of of of the the the the Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio valley valley valley valley region region region region but but but but now now now now the the the the northeast northeast northeast northeast is is is is bracing bracing bracing bracing ice ice ice ice and and and and cold cold cold cold that that that that fierce fierce fierce fierce winter winter winter winter storm storm storm storm that that that that dumped dumped dumped dumped more more more more than than than than a a a a foot foot foot foot of of of of snow snow snow snow in in in in parts parts parts parts of of of of the the the the Midwest Midwest Midwest Midwest and and and and took took took took down down down down power power power power lines lines lines lines as as as as far far far far south south south south as as as as Texas Texas Texas Texas is is is is now now now now becoming becoming becoming becoming an an an an ice ice ice ice event event event event for for for for Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania and and and and New New New New England England England England more more more more than than than than a a a a foot foot foot foot of of of of snow snow snow snow has has has has accumulated accumulated accumulated accumulated in in in in Rochester Rochester Rochester Rochester New New New New York York York York in in in in the the the the past past past past two two two two days days days days Emily Emily Emily Emily Steele Steele Steele Steele tells tells tells tells wham wham wham wham TV TV TV TV she she she she and and and and her her her her neighbors neighbors neighbors neighbors came came came came out out out out together together together together to to to to help help help help shovel shovel shovel shovel people people people people out out out out going going going going up up up up and and and and down down down down the the the the street street street street seeing seeing seeing seeing if if if if anyone anyone anyone anyone can can can can get get get out out out or or or not not not get get get out out out in in in shovel shovel shovel them them them out out out if if if they they they can't can't can't forecasters forecasters forecasters say say say even even even after after after the the the storm storm storm pushes pushes pushes out out out to to to sea sea sea ice ice ice and and and snow snow snow are are are expected expected expected to to to linger linger linger because because because of of of sub sub sub freezing freezing freezing temperatures temperatures temperatures this this this storm storm storm also also also spawned spawned spawned a a a tornado tornado tornado in in in western western western Alabama Alabama Alabama that that that left left left at at at least least least one one one person person person dead dead dead I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn

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Fresh "Forecaster" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:02 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh "Forecaster" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Is WTO news 1253 while it's damp and chilly here and early season heat wave is about to bake California and that hot dry weather is raising the risk of more wildfires The lack of rainfall in California means the amount of moisture in plants is about 20% below normal and brush fires are already breaking out in areas where the temperature is at or above 100° Any time after 10 a.m. it seems like it just gets scalding hot around here James having her's family is trying to beat the heat We've got a sister who just recently moved in nearby that has a pool So we plan to frequently visit her as much as possible Eugenie is encouraging customers to set their thermostats no lower than 78° to avoid overloading the electrical grid Matt bigler for CBS News Walnut Creek California Meantime the eastern seaboard is preparing for an unusually active hurricane season NOAA is predicting 14 to 21 name storms with 6 to ten hurricanes three to 6 of them could be very big but that's in keeping with the past couple of years The last two hurricane seasons were so busy Noah ran out of names and started using Greek letters That was unprecedented And 2020 was the most active year on record Hurricane season begins June 1st and it lasts until the end of November 2021 brought a higher number of babies in the U.S. a higher number than before the pandemic But a government report says the 1% increase.

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After the blizzard, the East Coast digs out under sunny sky

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

After the blizzard, the East Coast digs out under sunny sky

"The the the the cold cold cold cold temperatures temperatures temperatures temperatures continue continue continue continue on on on on the the the the east east east east coast coast coast coast and and and and so so so so does does does does the the the the cleanup cleanup cleanup cleanup from from from from the the the the nor nor nor nor Easter Easter Easter Easter that that that that dumped dumped dumped dumped more more more more than than than than two two two two feet feet feet feet of of of of snow snow snow snow in in in in some some some some areas areas areas areas when when when Philip Philip Philip who who who was was was out out out shoveling shoveling shoveling snow snow snow in in in Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn says says says this this this is is is his his his kind kind kind of of of weather weather weather you you you can can can read read read the the the like like like this this this all all all the the the time time time I'm I'm I'm good good good some some some people people people may may may not not not like like like it it it one one one of of of those those those people people people is is is Brooks Brooks Brooks who who who was was was walking walking walking by by by with with with electus electus electus I'll I'll I'll share share share with with with you you you my my my deepest deepest deepest thoughts thoughts thoughts being being being in in in Barbados Barbados Barbados right right right now now now but but but for for for now now now he's he's he's here here here with with with the the the rest rest rest of of of us us us trudging trudging trudging through through through the the the snow snow snow like like like deny deny deny a a a pathway pathway pathway sometimes sometimes sometimes you you you could could could slip slip slip and and and stuff stuff stuff but but but we we we still still still have have have to to to manage manage manage forecasters forecasters forecasters say say say temperatures temperatures temperatures will will will start start start rising rising rising by by by mid mid mid week week week coupled coupled coupled with with with the the the sun sun sun should should should help help help melt melt melt some some some of of of the the the leftover leftover leftover snow snow snow Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker New New New York York York

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Winter storm lashes East Coast with deep snow, high winds

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

Winter storm lashes East Coast with deep snow, high winds

"I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker a a a a nor nor nor nor Easter Easter Easter Easter thrashed thrashed thrashed thrashed parts parts parts parts of of of of ten ten ten ten states states states states in in in in some some some some major major major major population population population population centers centers centers centers including including including including Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia New New New New York York York York and and and and Boston Boston Boston Boston Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday plus plus plus plus canceled canceled canceled canceled most most most most flights flights flights flights in in in in and and and and out out out out of of of of those those those those cities cities cities cities forecasters forecasters forecasters forecasters expecting expecting expecting expecting two two two two feet feet feet feet or or or or more more more more of of of of snow snow snow snow to to to to come come come come down down down down in in in in the the the the heaviest heaviest heaviest heaviest areas areas areas areas like like like like coastal coastal coastal coastal towns towns towns towns says says says says National National National National Weather Weather Weather Weather Service Service Service Service meteorologist meteorologist meteorologist meteorologist Christy Christy Christy Christy Smith Smith Smith Smith we we we we certainly certainly certainly certainly have have have have yes yes yes No No No that's that's that's no no no forcing forcing forcing power power power lines lines lines down down down leaving leaving leaving customers customers customers in in in the the the dark dark dark Chris Chris Chris McKinnon McKinnon McKinnon with with with ever ever ever source source source says says says high high high winds winds winds make make make it it it too too too dangerous dangerous dangerous for for for workers workers workers in in in bucket bucket bucket trucks trucks trucks it's it's it's just just just hard hard hard to to to say say say when when when all all all customers customers customers will will will be be be back back back on on on wind wind wind gusts gusts gusts clocking clocking clocking in in in at at at hurricane hurricane hurricane speeds speeds speeds thunder thunder thunder snow snow snow white white white out out out conditions conditions conditions freezing freezing freezing temperatures temperatures temperatures coastal coastal coastal flooding flooding flooding Connecticut Connecticut Connecticut governor governor governor Ned Ned Ned Lamont Lamont Lamont it's it's it's a a a weekend weekend weekend New New New England England England storm storm storm Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker New New New York York York

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Winter storm whipping East Coast with snow, thunderstorms

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Winter storm whipping East Coast with snow, thunderstorms

"A a dangerous dangerous winter winter storms storms been been bringing bringing significant significant snowfall snowfall strong strong thunderstorms thunderstorms and and blustery blustery winds winds to to the the east east coast coast there's there's a a foot foot of of snow snow forecast forecast for for parts parts of of New New England England New New York York state state Ohio Ohio in in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania through through Tuesday Tuesday morning morning forecasters forecasters in in buffalo buffalo New New York York say say the the snow snow is is falling falling fast fast sleet sleet and and rain rain are are the the main main threats threats for for much much of of Massachusetts Massachusetts Connecticut Connecticut and and Rhode Rhode Island Island overnight overnight periods periods of of snow snow fall fall transition transition to to rain rain at at the the National National Weather Weather Service Service in in Boston Boston forecasters forecasters say say wind wind gusts gusts could could reach reach seventy seventy miles miles an an hour hour hi hi Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Brrr! Some schools close as extreme cold grips US Northeast

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 4 months ago

Brrr! Some schools close as extreme cold grips US Northeast

"The the northeast northeast is is experiencing experiencing extreme extreme cold cold today today with with wind wind chill chill values values expected expected to to reach reach minus minus forty forty degrees degrees in in some some areas areas and and close close some some schools schools on on this this early early morning morning in in Brooklyn Brooklyn is is about about eighteen eighteen degrees degrees but but it it feels feels even even colder colder and and people people here here on on the the streets streets bundled bundled up up telling telling me me they're they're wearing wearing two two and and three three layers layers and and still still are are not not warm warm forecasters forecasters expect expect today today to to be be the the coldest coldest day day in in the the city city since since January January twenty twenty nineteen nineteen but but the the deep deep freeze freeze is is forecast forecast to to ease ease a a bit bit by by tomorrow tomorrow as as highs highs climb climb back back into into the the upper upper thirties thirties and and more more so so on on Thursday Thursday but but then then the the weekend weekend is is expected expected to to be be a a cold cold one one with with temperatures temperatures dipping dipping back back down down into into the the teens teens in in New New York York I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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Employers Added 199,000 Jobs in December — Less Than Half of Forecasters' Prediction

The Larry Elder Show

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Employers Added 199,000 Jobs in December — Less Than Half of Forecasters' Prediction

"Only a 199,000 jobs created in December that's half of what was forecast that's two consecutive months where the numbers of jobs have fallen below what experts have forecast on CNBC. They point out that 3.1 million people say they've been unable to work because their employer closed or turned to pay street at least household survey, I thought it was very interesting that 3.1 million people reported they have been unable to work because their employer closed or lost business to the pandemic. This is what I'm hearing from a lot of CEOs is that basically what we can't staff or we're looking for people or a lot of our customers have gone

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Another round of snow before thaw comes to frigid Northwest

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Another round of snow before thaw comes to frigid Northwest

"Arctic arctic weather weather is is causing causing travel travel disruptions disruptions in in parts parts of of the the west west more more custom custom to to temperate temperate winters winters more more snow snow and and rain rain fell fell in in California California causing causing disruptions disruptions on on mountain mountain roads roads Nevada's Nevada's governor governor is is declaring declaring a a state state of of emergency emergency after after record record snowfall snowfall in in the the Lake Lake Tahoe Tahoe area area interstate interstate eighty eighty over over Donner Donner pass pass reopened reopened early early Wednesday Wednesday with with chains chains required required after after being being closed closed since since Sunday Sunday officials officials in in Oregon Oregon declared declared a a state state of of emergency emergency and and open open warming warming stations stations same same thing thing happened happened in in Kings Kings County County Washington Washington where where people people used used to to Seattle's Seattle's drizzly drizzly weather weather sought sought refuge refuge in in shelters shelters the the city city officials officials say say will will stay stay open open through through the the new new year year I I thought thought out out it's it's coming coming to to the the northwest northwest but but not not before before another another round round of of snow snow that that could could make make travel travel problems problems worse worse forecasters forecasters say say that that parts parts of of western western Washington Washington and and Oregon Oregon could could see see up up to to three three inches inches of of snow snow on on Thursday Thursday I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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Survey: Business economists foresee persistent inflation

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 6 months ago

Survey: Business economists foresee persistent inflation

"The the nation's nation's business business economists economists have have raised raised their their forecast forecast for for inflation inflation the the latest latest survey survey by by the the national national association association for for business business economics economics predicts predicts an an extension extension of of the the price price spikes spikes thought thought to to be be largely largely the the result result of of bottlenecks bottlenecks supply supply chains chains a a panel panel of of forecasters forecasters expects expects consumer consumer prices prices to to rise rise six six percent percent this this quarter quarter from from a a year year ago ago that's that's an an increase increase from from the the five five point point one one inflation inflation forecast forecast predicted predicted in in September September seventy seventy five five percent percent of of the the panel panel expects expects the the federal federal reserves reserves preferred preferred inflation inflation gauge gauge will will increase increase by by four four point point nine nine percent percent far far above above the the central central bank's bank's two two percent percent target target and and sixty sixty six six percent percent said said they they think think wage wage gains gains will will keep keep inflation inflation elevated elevated over over the the next next three three years years forecasters forecasters expect expect the the gross gross domestic domestic product product to to expand expand by by five five point point five five percent percent this this year year and and three three point point nine nine percent percent in in twenty twenty twenty twenty two two that's that's a a robust robust bounce bounce back back after after a a three three point point four four percent percent drop drop in in GDP GDP last last year year a a majority majority of of any any beat beat panelists panelists say say they they think think the the flow flow of of goods goods will will begin begin to to normalize normalize in in the the first first half half of of twenty twenty twenty twenty two two Jennifer Jennifer king king Washington Washington

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Nicholas Slams Hard-Hit Louisiana

NPR News Now

00:19 sec | 8 months ago

Nicholas Slams Hard-Hit Louisiana

"Tropical. Depression nicholas continues to pour heavy rain on large parts of the south. The national weather service has flood warnings and watches posted from east texas to the florida. Panhandle rain is falling as far north as georgia forecasters warn. It's coming in areas that were devastated by hurricane ida.

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Spending in China Rose Despite Delta Variant

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

00:23 sec | 8 months ago

Spending in China Rose Despite Delta Variant

"Chinese consumers have been buying more goods but at a far slower rate than expected. There's news today. That retail sales in china for august increased by only two and a half percent compared to a year earlier forecasters expected. That number will be much higher. Maybe up by seven percent officials attributed this to the aftermath of a flood but also the highly infectious delta variant of corona vires.

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Nicholas strengthens to hurricane ahead of Texas landfall

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 9 months ago

Nicholas strengthens to hurricane ahead of Texas landfall

"Hurricane Nicholas made landfall in Texas before returning to a tropical storm but it's still doing a lot of damage to buildings bringing flooding to the area and widespread power outages wind gusts along the coast reached ninety five miles per hour just before Nicholas made landfall and now are around seventy five with sustained winds at forty cents camper Hosko meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Texas multiple trees down all along in these coastal counties we've had some gas stations with the awnings been blown over some groups have lost some of the metal sheeting on some of the smaller buildings next to it and extensive power outages from all of the the wind he's as dangerous storm surge and heavy rain is causing flooding which governor Greg Abbott warns about your life is the most important thing that you have be cautious forecasters now expect up to twelve inches of rainfall before Nicolas moves into Louisiana early tomorrow I'm Julie Walker

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Hurricane Nicholas Makes Landfall over Texas

the NewsWorthy

00:53 sec | 9 months ago

Hurricane Nicholas Makes Landfall over Texas

"Early this morning. Hurricane nicholas made landfall near the town of sergeant texas that's on the central texas coast between galveston and corpus christi. The category one hurricane is bringing heavy rains and seventy five mile an hour winds to that area. A couple of tornadoes are also possible now. The storm is headed toward galveston and houston. The millions of people who live there and nearby are expected to get up to fifteen inches of rain which could cause life threatening flooding authorities have been busy the last couple of days setting up barricades and getting high water rescue vehicles ready just in case some schools along the texas gulf coast are closed today including those in the houston school district and many cove in nineteen testing and vaccination sites have had to shut down for now. People in that area are being told to stay off the roads to avoid risking their own lives or the lives of first responders forecasters say hurricane nicholas will keep moving across southeast texas today and should make it to south western louisiana by tomorrow.

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Tropical Storm Mindy Forms in Gulf Near Florida Panhandle

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

Tropical Storm Mindy Forms in Gulf Near Florida Panhandle

"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting tropical storm Mindy has formed in the Gulf of Mexico near the Florida panhandle forecasters have issued a tropical storm warning for part of the Florida panhandle for tropical storm Mindy Mindy developed into a tropical storm Wednesday in the northeast Gulf of Mexico the national hurricane center says Mindy could cause as much as six inches of rainfall across the Florida panhandle and portions of southern Georgia and South Carolina through Thursday morning scattered flash urban and small stream floods are possible hi Mike Rossio

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Everyone's Favorite Weatherman, Al Roker, Releases a New Book

Here & Now

02:06 min | 9 months ago

Everyone's Favorite Weatherman, Al Roker, Releases a New Book

"Longtime today. Show weatherman in co anchor. Al roker recently turned sixty seven but he shows no sign of slowing down. He was in new orleans covering hurricane ida this week and haters on twitter. Who said he was too old to be doing that kind of thing he had this to say on. Msnbc's the sunday show with jonathan kaye. Part screw you up up okay. Talker to them. I will drop them like a bag of dirt. That fighting spirit is all over l. Wrokers latest book along with a few life lessons. He's learned over four decades of telling us the weather. It's called you look so much better. In person. true stories of absurdity and success. I spoke with al roker about the book on skype when it was published in two thousand. Twenty as you right. You weren't always confident. Tv personality that we know now. In fact you were a nerdy highschool av club kind of guy and you write that while in college. You got your first job as a weekend weather forecaster in syracuse new york. And tell us the story from there by department chairman. Dr luo donald the late dr laura. Donald decided it worked at the station w. h. Anyway he put me up for the job and You know i went down. I did the audition and they said okay. We'll let you know. And i just kept calling the news director and back in the day. You gotta remember this. One thousand nine seventy four. There were actually switchboard. Operators and the switchboard operators name was rosy. And you got to the point where she knew my name. I kept calling to ask the news director. Well oh dear. He's not in right now but tell him he called and finally there's one time she put me through and he said look i i gotta get you off my ass. You've got the job. And i said okay. I didn't ask if one i started. What do i do yes. Yes yes and but that was my start in television.

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Life Lessons From Al Roker

Here & Now

02:06 min | 9 months ago

Life Lessons From Al Roker

"Longtime today. Show weatherman in co anchor. Al roker recently turned sixty seven but he shows no sign of slowing down. He was in new orleans covering hurricane ida this week and haters on twitter. Who said he was too old to be doing that kind of thing he had this to say on. Msnbc's the sunday show with jonathan kaye. Part screw you up up okay. Talker to them. I will drop them like a bag of dirt. That fighting spirit is all over l. Wrokers latest book along with a few life lessons. He's learned over four decades of telling us the weather. It's called you look so much better. In person. true stories of absurdity and success. I spoke with al roker about the book on skype when it was published in two thousand. Twenty as you right. You weren't always confident. Tv personality that we know now. In fact you were a nerdy highschool av club kind of guy and you write that while in college. You got your first job as a weekend weather forecaster in syracuse new york. And tell us the story from there by department chairman. Dr luo donald the late dr laura. Donald decided it worked at the station w. h. Anyway he put me up for the job and You know i went down. I did the audition and they said okay. We'll let you know. And i just kept calling the news director and back in the day. You gotta remember this. One thousand nine seventy four. There were actually switchboard. Operators and the switchboard operators name was rosy. And you got to the point where she knew my name. I kept calling to ask the news director. Well oh dear. He's not in right now but tell him he called and finally there's one time she put me through and he said look i i gotta get you off my ass. You've got the job. And i said okay. I didn't ask if one i started. What do i do yes. Yes yes and but that was my start in television.

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"forecaster" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"forecaster" Discussed on KTRH

"Please. We're gonna get Theo windy again. She had a follow up question about something different, but hopefully by beginning on a different line. We won't have that She couldn't hear me problem anymore. You wanna get in on the open lines behind windy 713 to 1 to ktrh. Anybody wanna take me on with this weather, forecasting that it's not take it on? That's all we read you some Some weather forecasting sites that do modeling on temperatures, and none of them are as bad as bad sounding horrific sounding as our local weather forecasters tend to believe They are hedging their bed a little bit and then keeps saying, But you know this. This could change. I'd like to think. Forget the local weather forecasters. Everything. I think a mother nature is not going to push this cold thing down as far as they'd love it. Had come down. I don't think it's going to get as far into Texas is they think that's just my Hopefully, Mother nature in February. Gut instinct. It's just kind of way haven't had so much cold weather for a while. It's just gonna be hard for to keep pushing that further down. I'm not a weather forecaster. I'm not a meteorologist, but I do try to play one on the radio. Keep that in mind. We were talking earlier about so many really, And this is perfect for what I was talking windy about when she couldn't really hear me is that we're blessed with really good potting schools in this area. One in particular from our friends at the ground up that could be sold. It's sold in bags at retail locations all over the place and sold in bags. At their three bulk locations is my bohemian potting soil really good potting, So for just about anything you want to do and containers when we call for potting soil that is Eat free. Don't like peat moss in it, but, um.

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"forecaster" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

WhyWeWork BrianVee

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"forecaster" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

"All the benefits of any kind of success. That could happen. Say i get more radio whether jobs or things like that. I could make a better pardubice living. Just doing what i'm doing right now. Dow be so awesome by itself. All that is an avenue to lead towards a larger pallet to paint on a bigger place to be created Great so that's my drive is an artist of sorts. Right is to not succeed necessarily for the sake of profit but for the sake of it's what we do we're artists. We gotta gotta talk. Talk talk draw. Have to draw He you know you can do a lot of things. Is there anything about you. People may not understand in by understanding this. They have a better appreciation of you. And your work. There's a lot to this understand. Abby i don't know i won't speak to other people's Misconceptions whatever being there's people who do not like needs. I think the thing that probably they are bothered by the most of the end user. I just don't care you know about going to try to make it better for you. So is there. is there a reason. Why people misunderstand you and then take the wrong route of. I think in general in general. There's a lot of pressure for people to be very narrow socialist. What they'll accept to be willing to do you know so. They've hard time dealing with stay. Subatomic frank year. Someone like myself. I really can't control. It comes All that much. Sometimes i say what. I think the way i say. It's like hardware clinton's of the day the they're oh. I thought that was the phone. I recognized your voice. So yeah cooler than i proceeded Probably sound like a lunatic to digging wells for a week. Not talking to you. Oh yeah well. I it's like i am what i am. It's.

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"forecaster" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

WhyWeWork BrianVee

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"forecaster" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

"Yeah i mean i find for sure. The softness of us of course to embrace sunday but even then the softness of Of nature net sense has a and also in the stillness. It's really good for your ears. And i don't i don't think most people these days are sitting silence and just allow the silence to be what it is right and there's a lot to be learned. It sounds about yourself but also just to every little detail around you in the in the mountains so many things can kill you. People spend so much time worrying about the bears. The grizzly bears out. But it's actually so unlikely to be killed by grizzly bear and there's so many ways to die out there. It'd people do it every day. If once in three years a a bear. kill someone at candidates. It's a headline news story. People go there. Make those mistakes every day because they don't have that focus of their vision and the ability to sort of have the empty mine of The predator What goes through the mind of the links when he's he's hunting the rabbit. It's not thinking about this in that one. Two three four five six. He's like one. Six ed knows is open. ears open. eyes are open. Everything is being taken. It he's had a data gathering machine. He's not trying to project his vision of the world on dead. he's totally accepting the world for what it is in and missing nothing about what's happening around here. You feel like people. Don't have that you know i call it a killer instinct. I don't mean viciousness or being bead survival. We met through the east coast weather. Man frankie mcdonnell. He's he's my unofficial manager. Now telling me to interview in your. You have the west coast covered but i wonder your view of meteorologists who we see on tv. And as you're talking about the man with the killer instinct with your nose to the ground right your your ears perked in you know what's going on because you're in the midst of it. What is the difference in. Not to knock meteorologist. But i think because i refused to. Yeah you have a houston. Yeah you have but you have. Maybe an advantage. Maybe what they don't have sitting behind their desk and reading reports. Well you know. They have an advantage. That i don't have to so this kind of to get lately I've worked in mining. In the past. I generally found myself the geology department and You know either as a geotech or as a as a a prospector. So i worked with geologists store In the engineering department. Ib the helper. The survey or so. I i knew how to run surveys do surveys of all sorts in collect data but He was the one that had the official professional stamp. Duty stamped on the paper My relationship with some of the meteorologist this province in you know i pay attention to what they're saying and take very serious account of they're the ones. Tell me the direction of things on the other hand. I i have my only speaking to the greater world. I have my own powers of observation. My own network of people are reporting in what they're seeing and i'm able to afford them. My own forecaster are pretty damn reliable. So i liken that being the storm chaser or the storm. Spotter to being the prospector. Right you you're not the geologist but you speak their language. You know what's going on and if you've ever talked to a good prospector. You know though. Blow your mind with what they know..

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"forecaster" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

WhyWeWork BrianVee

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"forecaster" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

"A lot of But i've always felt like the spirit of predator where my head is up my years at openside. I'll stop look behind me. I look up a lot of dangerous. Three assessor in wildfires. So one of my you know when they realize your weather band also the guy was always looking up in. You know a lot about trees. Maybe you should be the danger tree assessor as you had that scouting job with of some my native rose on the crew. You know if rodney garage good. I are working together. You know we just have this way without talking of moving and just taking everything. That's going on space. I just. I see so often when i'm out with people who don't spend a lot of time or don't have that association. There's a distraction that they just don't they can't fully turnoff. that might sound judgmental but That's my heart observance as somebody who spent a lot of time in busy bear country. No you're right and there's one thing. I observed no i live in south korea and big city and i find my eyesight is getting into my forties is getting worse. It seems to be getting worse so from reading something screen things driving down the road. Things are foggy. But if i go jogging hiking in a mountain. I don't see blurry nece as seems like my i. I could be just totally out to lunch. But i think the natural light or whatever is going on there it just seems like my is. This is where they belong. Not in well sort of fakeness that around all the time. It's the hardness of the objects rates. Everywhere you look. Is these hard lines that are in. That's that's very much the urban world whereas in nature If you see a hard line it should stand out quickly to us. You know the back of the bucer. Something in the brush. Has this hard hardness to its form. That doesn't quite belong. it will catch my eye. You know in nature. Everything is is completely random it's shaping its form however grows how behaves. Uh these generalities that are kind of true but you know this animal tends to do this. I've seen Predators meals of berries and Heard of wolves Snacking on grasshoppers Nature has its own sort of tendency ariza. the urban jungle is is very hard bright. You know what i'm saying and reflective of heat and light in.

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"forecaster" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

WhyWeWork BrianVee

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"forecaster" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

"Now it's slowly would fixing it for for twelve thirteen years right making it non-convertible condemn -able and it's a cool. This twelve thousand square feet. How many people have that a lot of it. Upstairs is like a big open barred. That's okay that. I still have lots of cool stuff in Barna woodshop whatever right so. It's a cheap building that Everything to be dealt with but it was a great life. investment turn A few of us together. What do you find that people who live in bigger towns cities are a really missing about nature. What is it that we're just not getting we. you know. I know you got a new computer and you don't mind technology so much but there's a lot of people there including myself we can get sucked into watching this or that or going downtown busy city life of subways in taxis in all this stuff. What are we missing by. Not taking some time to get out into nature and maybe even considering living in well one of the the sad things. I think for a lot of people who observe on. I've been guarding out in the mountains with the is a. You have to be trained in how to really see what's out there in the first place. Of course everyone can get out there and say that's a pretty mountain but there's there's so much going on on the slope of that mount in the forest in the weather above the ground below there so much actually happening what i find. A urban people are especially guilty. Of is they're very trained to To not make eye contact so what they do is they walk around you know with their heads facing downward and It's it's a dangerous way to drive will first of all and secondly You really miss the subtle details that are happening rate. So i've i've heard people My friends of mine. Who live down city. Say things like when you can. You can never be unhappy. They memes right. You could never be unhappy taking a walk in nature as well. You've never had to walk home with a sprained ankle. Dmz i've been plenty on happy plenty of times the air but just don't really mind all that much either and eats. It is what it is right. Well the life. I'm gonna live to be tough about it. So i don't expect i'm bad for not telling anyone where i'm doing because i i don't if i decide to stay overnight or not. Come back for a day or two to one anyone. Sending a search party be fine. So that's you know my relationship. It's not going and spending time with nature. I guess it's like i'm just hanging out with my home. The beauty mountain is so there's different spirits. You can have your out there. You.

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"forecaster" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

WhyWeWork BrianVee

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"forecaster" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

"I don't the that exciting of being just summer jobs and whatnot but you know getting into university of whatnot. So but then again like even as a young person is a dutch farm. Kid Animals to feed there was work to be done. There is would to get in. There was a school to do right so that we just there's always that business of of being busy. I think the most important thing for me is Funny the sense of being productive in one way or another and and chasing that productivity creativity leads it. So i mean yeah this. I finally got this brand new computer. I finally have a computer that can actually do video editing west. And i'm taking my creativity to different level after like i say i've had. This is very bizarre long trip through soup planet earth year right were if i just gave you a list of all the different kinds of jobs i've done here narrowed everywhere. It's you know a lot of people would just really. I don't wanna go through all of the jobs. But i do like the idea of when people first start their motivation. And then they're kinda the motivation of why they're doing things now so we get the book ends of some of the careers that people are living so as a dutch firm boy you worked at probably pretty young right eight nine ten somewhere around there Well yeah you'd Even younger than that gay jobs and things to do me. One of the first things. I can recall ever doing was a that was useful to the farm was back. Then we didn't have a around baylor was a square. Baylor see have some come along and thrown on the wagon so the tracks. That's driving the wagons going. You know two kilometers hour. I fear that of course the aunts and uncles they. They can pick the bales up their strong. So i was gonna say i did this zero you. Were you throwing them up. Like you are a mountain man. You're you own is among the truck right. Put the six year old kid on the season. The tractor. I geared all. You're driving tractor all you got to let her job than i did. You feel like you're doing some pretty awesome until until you're old enough to lift the bales. Enjoy it while you can yup. So that's great all these different kinds of talents I've been lucky in some ways that other people haven't been that might sound wrong. I have this despicable creativity in this big Just constant fascination with things. And i'm just always involving my things in ways subtly at the same time a fairly slow life up here amount of it's you know it's sort of bizarre that way when you boys so. When did you pick up music than because you sent me some of some of your songs. You're very talented. you're you're lyrically literate right. You just have a way with words. When did your did your passion or your. When did you start picking up an instrument or under. Start.

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"forecaster" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

WhyWeWork BrianVee

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"forecaster" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

"Welcome to why we work with your host. Brian veep as he speaks to people. Like you from all over the world as we together dive deeper into our motivations struggles joys seemingly missteps hopes warnings and advice. Which would be an encouragement to us all to get up. Get going and keep on. Working working stopped working is good. Now here's your host to why we work try and beat. I'm brian v. And this is why. Today i have the great pleasure of speaking with joey. Only joey is a canadian weather. Forecaster he is a talented.

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"forecaster" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"forecaster" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

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"forecaster" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"forecaster" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Forecaster at the National Weather Service was it was Wednesday night. Most of Thursday and we were finally getting out. I think it was on Friday, and one of the drifts went through the roof. Had my father allowed, it could have easily slept it off the roof down down on the on the ground. Eventually, Bill Ludlow was a volunteer firefighter in Lawrence. My wife and I. We didn't live too far from our jobs at that time, and she said We ought to try to go. I said no, they said Then she tries to go out and get the newspaper that morning. She comes back and she couldn't even get the door open because the snow was so you know, heavy Earth is sold. Piled up and she comes back in and she said, We're not going anywhere. So for like the next two, maybe three days, we were locked in our duplex that we lived in began getting worse and worse than eventually very impossible and then begins all trying to get to the interstate to the interchange and This rock My pleasure on a Zoe got its nearby why the vehicles became bumper to bumper and impossible. And then we all had to walk in part of WBC's broadcast during the storm way did the morning and obviously I didn't have school closing tonight, and he's already working while you struggle out. Think that's what's gonna be on my gravestone. The boy's school closing Gary Todd was the morning host on WNBC. Ironically, I had taken delivery of a blazer four wheel drive from build asked us the day before and Bill. One of the last things, he said, is, you know unless there's a really bad snowstorm, and maybe the county comes.

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"forecaster" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"forecaster" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"First warning. Forecaster Raven Richard News radio 700 wlw radar. Currently just showing a few clouds in our temperature is 12 degrees after the events took place in Nashville since 90 police on Christmas evening. None of an abundance of caution close down several downtown streets after reports of a suspicious RV that appear to have his engine running near the federal building on sixth Street. Their investigation concluded without incident and all roads were reopened. Police were able to get into contact with the owner of the RV, which they say had the generator on inside, which made it sound like the engine was running. New cover 19 data in the tri state being delayed to the Christmas The Ohio Department of Health says it will resume reporting coronavirus numbers today and will include the totals from Christmas Day and today. The governor of Kentucky did not release any data on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day but plans to release numbers later on today. The state of Indiana on Christmas Day reported out more than 5500 new cases as the state moves closer to a half million total and Indiana reports 40 new deaths. I'm Matt Reese News Radio 700. W well, W. A bar in over the Rhine, shutting its doors for a couple of days to start the new year, and they're doing it because patrons are not following cover 19 guidelines like the mass mandate and the 10 O'clock nightly curfew. The hub Otr, innit, Sweet said It will be closed January 2nd through seventh with owner Lindsay Swatter, saying she has experienced the worst behavior from patrons. She has ever had Swan during the Post added. She is sick and tired of putting up with it and says, if you think the post is about you, maybe you should be nicer to service industry workers If you didn't get a package expected to arrive Christmas Day, the U. S Postal Service says there's good reason for the delays. Shipping data shows that more than 3.5 million packages are boxed up. And shipped out every day, but many will not reach their destination in time for Christmas, according to the American Postal Workers Union. Nearly 19,000 of the agency's 644,000 workers nationwide are under quarantine after testing positive for Cove in 19 unprecedented volumes and weather haven't helped. The Postal Service also told quote we continue to flex our network, including.

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"forecaster" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"forecaster" Discussed on KOMO

"Fifty four the cultural forecaster well maybe for father's day tomorrow the S. W. three eight over the forecast it's always concrete ideas right we're looking at the showers at times in the morning here cloudy conditions temperatures will be in the upper sixties still some shower activity around the sound during the afternoon overnight lows in the fifties tomorrow we're still cloudy some showers at first maybe some records for dad in the afternoon they're on the sunshine one of the seventies near eighty Monday Tuesday Wednesday total difference right right now we're looking to close a few scattered showers sixty three homeowners stay connected stay informed the northwest only twenty four hour news station komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seventy six forty five I mark Christopher breaking news from overnight a shooting on Capitol Hill nearer shop the Capitol Hill occupied approach so here's what we have so far to people in the hospital is not identified male or female we don't know their condition police say the shooting happened at tenth Avenue and east pine now the Seattle police east precinct is two blocks away at twelfth in pine that shoppers been the focus as you know a protest for over two weeks now was name this after police remove a barricade that separated protests from the east precinct again at twelve and pine and developing story here on the shooting and we'll have more for you at the top of the hour of course through the morning hours as we learn more information president trump holding his first campaign rally today the first one since the pandemic and racial equality protest swept the country Republican representative Debbie Lesko of Arizona will attend the rally this evening in Tulsa Oklahoma and she's not worried about the spread of corona virus in a crowded hall filled with nearly twenty thousand people well I think the trump administration and the campaign is doing all it can by doing temperature checks and handing out masks I'm myself I'm going to wear a mask today because that's what I usually do lawyers reacting to the firing of the police officer who shot skilled Brianna Taylor in her Louisville home last March.

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"forecaster" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"forecaster" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Eliminate the risk of avalanches within the scary and that's just not the case an avalanche forecaster say along with the increased risk comes a new cachet it's becoming cool to say you've taken avalanche courses and are as prepared as you can be Kirk Sigler NPR news Jackson Wyoming hardcore dog loving listeners already saw the results on foxsports but in case you missed it last night the Westminster Kennel Club dog show crowned the champion the best to show you the standard the standard poodle looks pretty much how you'd expect a show poodle to look her black furs carefully groomed into a fluffy top not on her head and her chest legs and tail feature perfectly shaved tufts of hair called pom poms Siebert looks like she stepped out of an eighteenth century French aristocrats sitting room that poodle style is unmistakable the white our poodles grin that way what's with the little plumber but thing happening on the V. these compounds are keeping which is hips warmth from the cold water the hip joint is very important and that little drummer at things you were saying on that right the week those factors flippers no coupon bonds are not used as flippers but the mockumentary best in show did get it half right to keep its internal organs as well as its joints warm brand hunter of the American Kennel Club says poodles were bred to be great for tree for their curly coats were shorn down to palm times because it made them look so very fancy but because it made them faster swimmers while protecting vital organs a lot of people think that it's a very pretty dog it doesn't like to get dirty it's actually quite the contrary it's actually very versatile dog and it's been used in everything from a harder to a retriever to a circus act dog it's really got that kind of versatility and that kind of look and they're really loved by the American public now seems owners have already announced her retirement so she's probably not going to jump into a freezing lake to retrieve a freshly shot doc anytime soon I don't think she wouldn't clearly in her blood her hair you're listening to All Things Considered from NPR news at five eighteen there's a traffic mess in San Francisco because of of street closure here with the details it's Julie deputy incident tree crashes shut down mission street that's between twenty second and twenty fourth until further notice NWT buses to be re routed around that area couple problems on the name and south eight eighty after marina two vehicles stuck together second lane for the last your back up is to Davis and the Hayward crash S. U. V. in a motorcycle south eighty eighty at tennis and they're not blocking a very sluggish from the Welling Boulevard truly devilish forty Q. we D. Julie will be back with more in ten minutes support for KQED comes from neon presenting portrait of a lady on fire a love story set in eighteenth century France about an affair between an artist and her female subject opens at the landmark Embarcadero and AMC kabuki eight this Friday Sutter health it's the integrated network of doctors and hospitals it's doing their best to keep peace to keep patients feeling there's it's.

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"forecaster" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"forecaster" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Nine first running forecaster raven Richard newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. eight are showing a cloudy sky our current temperature thirty three degrees police are looking for a second suspect in a Christmas they should have left an eleven year old girl injured in west price hill nineteen year old Rakel Duke is facing felonious assault charges he an eighteen year old Brian Castro been accused of exchanging gunfire with a stray bullet hitting the girl Castro was arrested the day after Christmas Kentucky's labor secretary says public school teachers who called in sick to protest legislation at the capitol did not break the law secretary Larry Roberts any letter concludes that the teachers were not engage in any illegal work stoppage although some schools that have to close with a lack of personnel it reverses a previous decision by the labor secretary under former governor Matt Bevin the federal government wants to take a closer look at states that allow undocumented immigrants to get drivers licenses New York became the thirteen states to allow immigrants to get drivers licenses without showing proof of legal immigration status that was shortly after a similar law passed in New Jersey and now the department of homeland security wants to look at those two states to determine how these laws will affect its enforcement of federal immigration laws a DHS spokeswoman says quote these types of laws make it easier for terrorists and criminals to obtain fraudulent documents officials in New York said the law will improve traffic safety and provide more job opportunities these applicants must still get a permit and pass a road test Brian Clark ABC news New York those licenses cannot be used for federal purposes like real ID several board games going on today in the Belk bowl Kentucky be Virginia Tech thirty seven to thirty Sun Bowl Arizona state over Florida state twenty to fourteen just wrapping up the liberty bowl number twenty three navy beats Kansas state twenty seventeen coming up so after seven thirty it's the L. mobile as Texas will take on number eleven Utah are accepted is at seven thirty I'm Sean Gallagher newsradio seven hundred W. L. W..

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"forecaster" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"forecaster" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Forecaster raven Richard newsradio seven hundred WLW right now we have eighty five degrees in Cincinnati radar is all clear an airforce general John heighten has been nominated by president trump to fill a high ranking slot in the defense department but the generals accused of forcing himself on a subordinate and then he allegedly tried to hurt her career because she refused his advances a Senate plans to move forward on the nomination hearings despite those allegations that than a committee decided to move forward with the confirmation hearing next week hi ten will be in the hot seat maybe the first time we publicly hear him address those allegations it's ABC's racial Scott in Italy to American teenagers in custody they allegedly stabbed a police officer to death in Rome nineteen year old Gabriel horse and eighteen year old Finnigan elder both from San Francisco or the suspects there were tourists arrested in their hotel room this morning police officer Mario Reagan had just returned from his honeymoon last week he had been stabbed multiple times after responding to a report of a stolen backpack both teams face charges of murder and extortion and are in jail in Rome this afternoon the family of Covington Catholic student next salmon plans to appeal a federal court's dismissal of their two hundred and fifty million dollar defamation suit against The Washington Post Cincinnati music festival continues at Paul Brown stadium today the Reds in the rock he's next door at G. A. B. P. tonight pregame show begins at six ten the Reds lost last night twelve to two this news a service of Starfire lubricants one more traffic no north bound seventy one at reading downtown Cincinnati there is an accident there is a service of Starfire lubricants and our next update is coming up at five thirty Matt Rees newsradio seven hundred W. out at the James at Ohio state there is no routine prostate cancer they go beyond the routine to prevent detect treat and cure your prostate cancer.

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"forecaster" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"forecaster" Discussed on KOMO

"The right lane. Your next report at eleven fifty four. I'm Michael Preston. Komo news. Well, the wrapping up this snowstorm with dry weather overnight with partly cloudy skies into early Sunday morning. However, more rounds of snow on the way into the upcoming workweek. We've got chances for more snow Sunday afternoon through Monday morning, one to four inches possible with another two to five or six Monday afternoon through Wednesday morning, so cold and snowy overnight tonight. Temperatures down to the mid to upper teens high Sunday in the low to mid thirties. Be careful on new snow packed roads. Definitely drive carefully. I'm meteorologist Coney in the KOMO weather center. Stay connected. Stay informed. Seattle supposedly twenty four hour news station. Komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven might be thinking this blast of winter is enough much. Sit looks like we may be far from finished with the cold and the snow national weather service. Forecaster data Felton joins us now on the KOMO news line and the first question I'm going to ask is when is all this gonna end. If you don't like, so, unfortunately, not anytime soon, we got another system coming in tomorrow later in the day and another one for Monday afternoon through Tuesday morning and look like snow producers. And so when all of a sudden done how much snow is this region get a get well, it looks like the combination amounts with the next two for the lowlands are going to be anywhere from a couple of inches to up to eight or maybe ten inches. And that's on top of what we already have. Correct. Yes. Correct. Seattle through this morning. We've had ten point six inches of snow just this month, and that's the most snowy fad in February and seventy years land. So we're going to be if I'm doing some math here, which is not my greatest strength. We're going to be approaching what two feet of snow in total for the last couple of weeks. When when this whole set assistance has done some places. Up on the north. Olympic Sarah got two feet just with this last system. So. For the Seattle area. Looks like we'll probably end up somewhere between the foot and the foot and a half. And we got a really good shot of having the most snow ever. In February since the record start at sea TAC in nineteen forty five. So what about melting are we gonna have this concern where things melt during the day and then refreeze overnight causing just absolutely treacherously slick conditions. Yes, that's definitely be a concern overnight tonight when I drove in to work, the roads main roads are just bear and wet, but we're looking for lows in the teens tonight. So any anything that's wet right now is going to be frozen and icy tomorrow, and the story will hold true, we're not going to really get much above freezing until about Wednesday in the lows overnight are definitely going to be below freezing. So who or what are we going to blame for all of this, cold, weather, and all of this snow? Well, I don't know we just we've got a big ridge well to the east of us and that's put an ice cold tropical. And we just can't get. Out of the pattern. Dana Felton with the national weather service. Thank you so much for joining us. Governor Jay Inslee has expanded the state of emergency due to the winter storm the move allows for certain exemptions that will allow for the timely delivery of certain goods and products. The.

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"forecaster" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"forecaster" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Fear, another shutdown. I'm Mike moss. When it comes to Venezuela. National security adviser John Bolton says all options are on the table. To force nNcholas Maduro from power that people event as Wael have had enough of oppression corruption and economic hardship. Today, the US announced punishing sanctions against the Venezuelan state oil company in the freezing of seven billion dollars in assets held in the US, the US has declared one Guido as the acting president eight hundred thousand federal workers are back on the job after the thirty five day partial government shutdown, but already the president is saying he doesn't. I think a special panel will develop a border security package that he'd accept White House. Press secretary Sarah Sanders doesn't want to go through another shutdown. That's not the goal. The goal is worse security. I'm protecting the American people White House economic adviser. Larry cudlow denies any of the economic damage caused by the shutdown is permanent. I think you have just a whole bunch of very temporary factors. And now that the government is reopened. The switch goes right back on. There's certainly no no, no, permanent damage to the economy, frigid weather. Like, we haven't felt in decades will put a chill into three fourths of those living in the US Noah forecaster, Brian Hurley part about this is the forecast wind chills. Dangerous, you know, forty to fifty below and probably get into Minnesota northern Minnesota northern Wisconsin eastern, Dakota's probably between fifty and sixty degrees below zero snow will likely extend all the way down to Mississippi and Alabama house speaker Pelosi's extended an invitation for the president to deliver the state of the union from the house floor on February.

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"forecaster" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

Dressed: The History of Fashion

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"forecaster" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

"So so given this kind of arc of the informal becoming the formal what do you think the future of formal wear is as it stands today? And specifically in terms of the tuxedo will first of all say that I really more of a historian than a fashion forecaster. So I really act more than forward. Because you know, there's basically two things that can happen, right? Is that it can go out of style. There will be no more formal wear or it can have a resurgence. Generally resurgence is come with something new, right? It's unlikely that the resurgence for the same old thing that people got tired of before could happen. But I think it's more likely that there will be if former where continues that there will be a maybe greater parameter of what is allowed is not really the right word, but seeing popularize whatever. And I think that that can come from a couple of places one of which is the sort of influence of different ideas of masculinity, which are being brought in through performances of sexuality or gender as much more sort of fluid idea on with everything being. Pulled into question. You know, can you wear a tuxedo with a blouse can you wear tuxedo with heels can you tuxedo with shorts rung hair? Like all of those are can you wear pink, Taxila, exactly and color. I think is the other place. I think we're you see that a lot is particularly in African American men who seem to be much more historically interested in pushing boundaries around color when it comes to mend suits. I mean, one of the great examples of that is the the premier for Black Panther the idea of formal wear on that red carpet was just so different..

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