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"four five six inches" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"App on your phone downloaded free reserve your spot enter promo code eight eighty and you'll save ten dollars off your first park spot hero park smarter Craig Allen to some rain in the city for the moment but the snow will be here mid morning a little bit later a little bit later for the city I believe towards lunch time and after and it takes even a little bit longer to work its way across Long Island door down the Jersey Shore it is snowing right now across so with this like this icy mix line right along to eighty seven and on up to two eighty seven in the Hudson Valley in the merit in Connecticut but once you get north of that it is snowing not too heavy just yet either it's light intermittent but definitely icy on untreated surfaces where temperatures are down below the freezing mark here in the city it's thirty six sent across the island it's between thirty five and forty it's not going up from this point on if any think it'll be dropping this afternoon and therein lies the problem the intensity of the snow fall as well as the temperature dropped during the afternoon hours and you certainly don't want a situation like what occurred last year the potential is there for some bands of heavy or slow with those temperatures falling below the thirty two degree mark in total when this ends later tonight it's going to be six to twelve inches well north and west on up towards eighty four three to six inches of snow nearby suburbs even the city could be up around four five six inches of snow especially the northern portion of Manhattan and and into the Bronx and the latest amounts or lowest amounts I should say as you know just as icy but the lowest amount would be eastern Long Island in down the Jersey Shore tomorrow at least partial sunshine by afternoon and a high of thirty five to forty right now chilly rain off and on in thirty six degrees crying out in the weather center your jets and giants fans are sharing the misery this morning Brad's off this morning and 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"four five six inches" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Offers dot com for the second round is moving in in the evening commute could be a mass grave gallons of the weather center this morning everything still on schedule crags so far looks like it's going to continue to be a cold rain for the city in the coast until a couple hours either side of lunch time then we mix within change over to snow for the city and the coast it already has done that it's gone back to snow from the icy mix north and west of two eighty seven these are the areas that will wind up with an easy three to six and wrapping up to about a six to twelve inch snow fall once you start getting back on up towards interstate eighty for that whole corridor across the Poconos through the mid Hudson Valley and into Connecticut that's where the highest snow totals will be and if we were to try to zero in on it a little bit more most weather maps are saying that up and down the Hudson Valley and the western sections of Connecticut would be the bulls eye from this storm but we to around the city and the borrows say this could be a deal where the Bronx ends up with four five six inches of snow Staten Island lower Brooklyn lower queens or two three four inches of snow and the farther east you go across Long Island even lighter amounts because of a leader change over but this will be watching very closely for the afternoon the afternoon commute is the biggest concern right now and we'll have more forecast details at seven away thank you Greg Allen so much looks like winners Greg Greg Alan's friend right around this morning listening carefully to Craig's for cash John Adams and he's on the money the conditions change you know from place to place so we have light snow is in Somers right now it's tapered off just a little bit kind of kind of comes and goes in and it is it's picturesque around the the rest of our superior the woods are taking on a veil of white thirty two degrees the streets are getting slushy no major.
"four five six inches" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The Houston Chronicle he's been covering the recent storm and also how the city has struggled to implement some of the lessons learned in the wake of hurricane Harvey in two thousand seventeen my course thanks so much for joining us thank you so first of all how's the city doing today I mean are there still rescues how things work I don't know that there are a lot of rescues right now but things are still flooded on the east side because the water flows east and south of the golf there are plenty of areas where people can't really get back into their homes because they're still standing water but most of the city the water is drained away and people are recovering their possessions and looking for pets wouldn't surprise me if plenty of people are already marking and getting their houses it's not just Harvey Imelda we've had pretty severe flooding and at least some areas of the region every year since twenty fifteen so people are getting pretty proficient in cleaning out what else you about that I mean have there been infrastructure improvements since Harvey as you're telling us is this the sort of cycle of of flooding in sort of severe flooding has been going on since twenty fifteen has something changed in that time here it since this is seems to become more frequent. no there have not been significant infrastructure improvements since that storm county voters passed a two and a half billion dollar bond a year ago that these projects take time and Moster stone and and the design phase they haven't started construction and the city of Houston doesn't have a comparable funding source and so the city and county are both mostly waiting on federal aid for disaster recovery and that's been extremely slow to arrive he he help me understand this a little bit better here is there a political consensus in the area about what needs to be done does that exist probably mostly yes to that I think people agree that we need to do a more projects dig more detention basins xcelerated widening and deepening of the buyers the streams and rivers that run through the area I think most people are generally on the same page about that it's just a question of money but you gotta remember that our infrastructure even at current standards is only designed to accommodate maybe one or two inches of rain per hour in the county got four five six inches of rain in one hour and some areas got thirty inches in little more than a day when our reason usually the city usually gets fifty inches of rain in a year. no infrastructure system is going to be able to handle that kind of storm without flooding maybe people want rate for this conversation yet our people marrying the bigger conversation about climate change with the local conversation about infrastructure are people ready to talk about that I think the answer is broadly something government officials are talking about it I think there was the the kids climate strike that happened all over the world and I think even people who would reject the role of climate change and strengthening storms can't deny the new data that we have here from the the federal government that shows that there is statistical agreement that our understanding of what a severe storm was for this region was incomplete and before I let you go I wanna end up where we started which is on an individual level do you have any sense of whether this storm feels like a particularly wearing on people or do they see is just a part of life living in the area. there's a broad Max I mean there are some people who flooded three years in a row within the last five years who were spared yesterday and there are people who flooded yesterday who flooded six months ago I think it's a broad range across the region of people who are fed up they've had enough they're angry and they won out there are other people who can possibly imagine leaving the city there's other people who are stuck I mean they're in many low income neighborhoods you can't possibly tell whether the black mold is from ML the Harvey hi Allison and so you know I think that if there's any positive to and a lot of people sort of turn to the sense of community that is fostered when these.
"four five six inches" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"A category one or two you say well it's not nearly as bad as a four five but you still a category one you got seventy four to ninety five mile an hour winds and category twos ninety six two hundred and ten you're talking about some pretty strong winds along with this being a major rain event and the good news is if it comes toward here and heads north of the immediate Tampa Bay area the heaviest rain will be on the northeast side of that will have a lot less rain on the south and southwest side which would be the immediate Tampa Bay area which is good because we are over saturated now and if we need well even a small rain event is going to be pretty catastrophic here in because a lot of flooding no doubt about that but at least we won't get the major part of the rain with this thing which is really good news she has her look in some places may gad upwards of ten inches of rain possibly a foot of rain depending on where the storm goes in we already had enough rain this summer where we've seen the rivers Italy England river's crest of flood stages already so we can only imagine you add you know another four five six inches of rain you're gonna get in that same situation again yeah will undoubtedly have some flooding if that thing comes over here and right now it's projected to do that but again the good news is it's projected to come north of here which will mean a little less rain than the people on the northeast quadrant or whatever gonna be getting from this thing and the other good thing is it's not coming up in the Gulf of Mexico we are going to be on the weak side of it right the worst most damaging part of the hurricane at any time is going to be the northeast quadrant and we're gonna be spared getting that so that's all the good news we can give you and for folks who haven't heard earlier.
"four five six inches" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Donkey rob. L O rub. We lost key rob horse feathers morning. Your honor what's going on. Good yet. A good Easter weekend, the grand young and find all the right? They did. Graham, pristine, Frank prestigious, people candy or people fifty dollar Bill fifty fifty dollar bills. I don't know. Now from what we are. And I will wait a minute. It was quarters when we were kids. Yeah. You're lucky or nickels and pennies right nickels and dimes usually every now, and then we got golden egg that had to quarter in it. Donald they're golden eggs had a five dollar Bill in them. So. Ain't nothing wrong with that. He had good time and everybody all their eggs in. Turbo. Didn't go and taking all hell all the per himself for nothing, right? Hey, now got my back. But but anyway, all serious note, there her retinue will they're talking a little bit here. And he was saying some damn roundabout, sir round of pain in my butts as I call on you. So. Anyway, Maryland has gotten on the idea here ten years, and they think that that's the best thing since like bread Matlin. They're going to do they use multiple configurations of these things and they have a on on a two lane road. They'll have, you know, one lane each direction divide it by you know, you'll aligns you'll you'll split kind of go into this thing. And now now some of them have have good like caper curb? So at the curb business straight up and down. It's more on an angle, and and they'll put it to their sidewalk or whatever on the side. But but other ones still are using the complete vertical curve and they'll be four five six inches tall. So there's no room to rub your tires up against them because you end up bending a rim. You know, if you get your trailer wheels or something in them when you're trying to get around corners. That means you have to go on the wrong side of the road. To angle entities things. And then when you come out dangle out of them, you have to drive into the wrong side of the road to keep from getting up over these curves. And the net. That's two configurations. You know, the other one, you know, they have Yangel curbs aren't bad because you can run your wheel over curbs little bit. They put these things what they called grail rate brings on the other side of a museum. They have the angled curves. Which are the light your patio? Pavers? They'll run like a nice sidewalk with or you know, maybe a double sidewalk with these pavers and followed at trail rate for it in what you know. So the trailer can get run over, you know, Trump goes in their main part of the circle, but whichever way you're trailers going off track. When you're going make an turn either to get into the circle through the circle or out of the circle the trailer can off track on this what they call trail rape, which is a glorified patio paver walkway. So that's all fine and dandy. But then they decided they're going to put these things in multiple lane divided highway. And now you have to. Lanes of traffic going into the circle and two lanes of traffic through the circle and two lanes of traffic that are going out of the circle all the problem with ad is that seventy five drag trailer going through a circle to make it turn into the circle turning the complete opposite way in the circle to come make complete opposite turn out of the circle. Now the trailer when it off track Chris through the opposite lane of what you're traveling in. And and when so when when you go into the circle you're making a right hand turn so you have to stay in the left lane. So the trailer can track in the right lane when he get in the circle you have to be in the right lane. So you're because you're you're making a clockwise circle. So you have to stay in the right lane your trailer off track in the left lane. And then when you get out of the circle you have to be back in the left lane with a tractor trailer can off-track in the right lane. Well, be was to say when you're crisscrossing these ways like this. And you're in rush hour traffic, and there's some gay who I that. He doesn't wanna be behind a truck. We'll guess where he is when you're trying to get in and out, and then you're trailers changing traversing from one lane to the other. Because now you're all sudden having to change all these lanes became for running over two curves. Well me with the ipad. I've had a coup for many tied up with Mike my rear of the trailer. And and the thing is.
"four five six inches" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"It's the early edition. What would still falling as predicted as forecast, gene near as always way said producer, Rachel fry making sure that we stay on the air pushing all the buttons doing all the right things inroad, she'll tell you about the roads, we can tell you. They suck their terrible. It's can't even mince words county cruiser trying to keep up as I could see they made a swipe down forest home a ninety second street. That's a county Trump that was untouched. But guess they're waiting for the morning rush to kick in. So if you're out there now, you're pretty much on your own the freeways, the lines the demarcations, they're rumors. Oh, absolutely. And the Roosevelt capital all of those. They have done a pass maybe a couple of hours ago. So you can get where you're going. But he know we have the same problem when you're in the intersections, and they as they are clearing things is just happens. You have these kind of snow berms in some of the intersections that you have to kind of try it and plow through. So it's not good. Oh, I saw at least one truck in the ditch of eight ninety four. It was a plow truck guy probably going too fast for conditions just guessing. But when you see those kind of trucks in trouble, you can only assume that. Yeah. Yeah. You can go four wheel fast. But you can't stop four wheel slow because they have physics just doesn't work that way. Please drive carefully up there. It is what it is. They're going to try to catch up. We're sure before the morning. Rush is enjoyed big question. Everybody's waking up to this morning. Do we have school? I can tell you right now checking the school closing list that we have virtually no school closings right now. Nothing. It doesn't mean. Things won't change. Right. We're expecting probably a torrent once these superintendents wake up this morning, take a look out the window and see what the road conditions are like, and that's what's unusual about this one as opposed to the ones I think we had earlier this season where the forecast it's going to be bad tomorrow. Lot of districts closed early certainly with the cold, you know, the cold here. It's not going to change. Wake up, and it's going to be fifty degrees after they said, it was going to be twenty below. But we still you never know there's Nagel factor. This thing trek, just the way brain is Danske said it was going to and all the other meteorologists in town to the point where we're getting three four five six inches in some spots. And they didn't choose to close last night. So we'll see what happens is the morning plays up as soon as those major district's come in. We will let you know. And if you wanna check for yourself, just go to WTMJ dot com, we have the complete closing list for you right there. Speaking of Mr. news, Danske, let's check in and see what he.
"four five six inches" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Forty five Jeff WTMJ? Now, I will say that. If you talked to TV news directors they will say, well, look, we have this weather coverage. But we're we're we're not hyping it. We're just doing we're giving viewers what they want. And if the viewers the people that are taking this in if they can't figure out how to process it it, it's not our fault. And that's why like for example, when whenever we do this stuff. I know there's people in the hospitality industry. You know, people who run restaurants and stuff we're going. Oh my gosh. You know, if you tell people it's gonna snow does that mean that they're not going to go out, and they're not going to go out to fish rise on Friday nights. Which is one of the reasons I say, well, I'm going out to dinner tonight. I have no intention of changing my plans for one four seven nine nine one six twenty. What drives you nuts about severe weather coverage? Let's start with Richard and Milwaukee. Richard your first good afternoon. How're you doing today? Richard the biggest problem I got with the weather and the way the. The forecast is doing this. They never really give you any information. They dance with you. Let me get back to you in a few more minutes. I'll tell you what's going to go on after the next break. I'll tell you what's. And they never do like like teases to keep you hanging on their here. We're going to tell you what's really going to happen in eight minutes, hang on past the commercials and things like that. So for a living, and you know, me of all people got to know what's going on. And I can watch it on TV to get. Well. Well, again, it's part of the problem, and I m sympathetic to some of the issues that come on with find to predict the weather around here because you've got a big area. You've got this thing to our east called lake which does has lake effect. And it does change the dynamic and a few miles one way or the other can can make just a huge difference. So I think it's difficult to predict these types of things at the same time. I do think collectively we have over the years become whether weenies in the sense that going back to my basic premise that we do snow Neely well here, I mean when you get a prediction of a few inches of snow or even five or six or seven inches, which is a significant snow event. I I'm not downplaying it. But for for most people, it's not going to be the end of the world. It's not going to all come at. Once. It comes over a bit of time. And yes, you're going to have to shovel your walks. And yes, you're going to have to have your driveway plowed or plow your driveway? But you're going to be able to get around. Unless there's something really extreme you not going to be in life threatening situations. Do you have to take your time on the roads? Absolutely. And if you've got really really far to go, maybe you want to delay something. Yeah. That's okay. But you know, really three four five six inches of snow. It's it's a Tuesday in Milwaukee four one four seven nine nine one six twenty Jeff regarding a storm coverage, my wife, and I always remount the TV when they go to a hardware store and ask the manager. What people are buying for the storm. No crap. People are buying shovel salt and snow-blowers. Of course, that's what they're doing that that is that is sort of an observation there. Yes. Let's go to the hardware store and see what people are buying. That's kind of like, gee, it's ninety five degrees in the fourth of July people are buying ice. Donna in cedar Berg WTMJ. Hello. Hi, thanks for taking my call. For me crazy because you would think this is a weather phenomenon at talking that never happened here or so it it just doesn't happen. And it happens every year it snows you live in the mid west. You know, what to do? Hello phone is gonna get here. How much we're gonna get get approximately. That'd be right. Yeah. I mean, I understand that. There's you know, it's one of these things where if we're looking at at Ed again blizzard sorta situation, well, it's going to be two feet of snow, and it's going to be followed by zero degree weather. I I mean, I understand but again for a lot of these storms. They are what I would describe as what you're talking about too. Is that typical their ordinary snow events four inches five inches even six inches of snow? It happens and for most of us. Well, you know, it's just kind of live with it. And you just adapt you live in Wisconsin. For goodness sakes. I actually feel sorry for some of the news anchors because they don't want to be talking about it either. You can tell that they think it's stupid. Well, thanks to call down who you really should feel sorry for you feel sorry for the TV reporters. And and I always I you know, I used to used to be on TV news everyday doing doing something. They haven't done that for a few years. But the poor TV reporters, if you if you think there's all this glamour in this. Well, okay, talk to them after they've stood by after they've stood by a roadside for about the second or third time at a truck stop and find a lack or wherever, you know with the wind blowing saying, well, it's snowing out here there goes assault truck. If you think there's any sort of glamour and TV news just talked to somebody after like the second or third or fourth up promote that they've had. Yes, everybody knows that it's snowing. Everybody knows that it's a little bit crummy outside and everybody knows that. Well, you should take certain precautions, and nobody is Justin. Otherwise, it's. Just it's not a blizzard four one four seven nine nine one six twenty. Let's talk to Joe in manitowoc, Jillian WTMJ. Hello. Thanks for the lying. Your gesture unbelievably the without question the most over hyped business. There is I swear to God three to five inches. Wisconsin snowflake. All five inches. This is like nothing now, I don't even think about my snowblower until he gets the ten and the other thing they just told me is that these television stations or one more Green Bay oriented here. But got five weather guys. What I want to know. It's one of these guys do during the rest of the day. When all we haven't sunshine and seventy five well, I'll tell you what. But but but here's here's the thing. Whether is one thing that is incredibly competitive because and I go back to the start. I mean, just explain the business of this. I mean, whether is something that everybody tunes in four. Maybe you don't watch news as a general rule. Maybe there's a lot of people that are out there like that. But because weather is something that affects us all. Well, then everybody everybody doesn't fact tune in which is why you have again, you know, people who are always on the ready for when there are the bad sorta stories and things like that. And if somebody texting me saying. Well, I mean, you know, you know, this is going to get cold after this and people should take these warnings seriously, and what about people with medical conditions. Well, they they need to be out there shopping now. Okay. I understand that there's always going to be those types of situations. But that's not the norm now, obviously if you have trouble getting out or something like that. Yeah. Maybe you want to go out now, and you want to get arrangements and get a day's worth of food or two days worth of food or whatever if you have trouble or medical conditions. I appreciate all that. But in general, I think the reality is that given these predictions by tomorrow at noon, most people are going to be able to get out of their homes, and they're gonna be able to get to the grocery stores, and they're going to be able to go about their lives. You just need to be smart about it. But we will continue to keep you informed as to what's going on. Because again, there is a huge interest in this. I I understand I just always urge people to well. I mean, keep it all in perspective because sometimes there are truly extraordinary weather events. Oh, we just got two feet of snow followed up by temperatures below zero. That are going to be that way for a week. I get it sometimes old there's been I mean, obviously, tornado coverage or CI. We've just had one of these things where we've got these rainfalls, and you've got all this kind of flooded things like that, obviously, those are the types of things that people really want to be paying attention to. I don't know couple inches of snow. Well, you know, decide your own individual situation. Twelve fifty three Jeff Wagner WTMJ WTMJ's.
"four five six inches" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"WBZ's traffic on the threes. Accuweather forecast. Today some breaks in the clouds right now warming up to the loaf. Forties right now thirty one in Boston. But everyone is concerned about what's going to happen. This weekend meteorologist dean devore's joins us. Now. What are you got dean? I got a big storm and a multifaceted storm, which is going to be something that we're gonna have to watch carefully. Jeff. These are the kind that it's just, you know, a little bit of a difference than storm track big differences in terms of who gets the most snow and ice, and who gets more rain right now, we think it's comes in is also for everybody could see two three four five six inches pile up before any change over it looks like it would change over to plane rain on the south coast the Cape islands and up to the south shore and into the city a little bit. But then you just go north and west of the city, and it's probably some significant icing an impasse four ninety five. That's where it's likely. Also that is the areas we're going to see maybe one to two feet of snow ski country. I think average accumulations about four to eight inches around the city, but a little higher than a little less to the south. But it's going to be a store of you're going to want to stay here minute by minute. We'll keep you up to date on WBZ. Boston's newsradio. Right. Thank you dean, thirty one and mostly cloudy in Boston. And the plow drivers have been basically twiddling their thumbs. All winter long. That's about to change. They'll get busy this weekend. Brett Bartelson is one of them. And he says the calls are coming to plow out the driveway. I'll call a last minute. I wonder if we can get on the list, and everything of people didn't really expect like the winter, actually like kick it always catches people off guard, and you get the first major snowstorm and remember full coverage of the storm all day all weekend long right here in Boston's NewsRadio.
"four five six inches" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Two and it could be a very messy weekend before a brutally cold Martin Luther King day beginning of the week. And the exact impact still depends on the track of a storm that is thousands of miles away. Thank you other meteorologist dean devore's got his work cut out for him. This morning dean all of us here at AccuWeather, and it's not just me. Dozens behind me in the weather office here at AccuWeather, we're working hard on this. But you're right. I storm is tonight it, and that's just kind of a little jab little quick punch to us without some slippery conditions for the morning commute. Tomorrow. Looks like the bulk of the snow falls between midnight and say four or five six AM one to maybe as much as three inches in some of the suburbs. But even coastal areas could see a little mixing of rain or sleet, just expect slippery conditions in a little extra time tomorrow morning. We'll get you up to date on that. When you wake up early with us. The second storm though is going to be prolific with a lot of moisture and different types. It looks like all snow at the beginning. Three four five six inches pile up in terrible travel conditions right out of the gate site Saturday night. City and coastal areas should go over to rain near inland. Suburbs will be icy for a time, in fact, substantial buildups of ice, they're just past the Garden State Parkway up to about eighty and then beyond that it looks like mostly snow in those areas could see up to a foot if it stays all snow, and then that rapid freeze up is the polar vortex pushes Arctic air down in temperatures drop into the single digits Sunday night, keep an eye on all of that is through the next couple of days on New York's weather station. Ten ten win wins. News time ten twenty four. Glenn shuck is over in Bergen county at the Hackensack salt blood where they're planning for the worst looks like it's gonna play like this snow rain, snow rain, and then frigid temperatures the forecast through Monday night has it all while it's leaving into the holiday Monday and many schools are closed as still a lot of work for road crews like here in Bergen county. Here's their exact Jim Tedesco. The bigger concern is Saturday night into Sunday. Our latest report here for northern New Jersey and Bergen county is up to potentially a foot of snow along with. Freezing rain as for Lydia. Well, she didn't really want to hear about it. Right..
"four five six inches" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Dennis new Bacher, WWE j NewsRadio nine fifty and traff. It's also a sponsor by trion solutions. And now the AccuWeather forecast from dean devore it's been a little bit more difficult than we would have liked this morning because of this bits of drizzle and freezing temperatures with the dampness out there this morning as we get into the afternoon. Temperatures will get up to a high in the lowest thirties, and we'll get up above freezing for little bit. But there's gonna be some drizzle and some flurries and kinda light precipitation that continues into tonight temperatures will drop back into the upper twenties. So again as you're looking at temperatures if they're below freezing. Where you are. There could be some icy spots and treated surfaces. We'll start with some snow showers. I think I think tomorrow morning and then cloudy in the afternoon. The high getting up to thirty five storm number one is late Thursday into Thursday night. Looks like a coating to an inch or so in metro Detroit with more likely as you head a little farther south keep an eye on that one. And then storm number two is Saturday temperatures only in the upper twenty Saturday with snow moving in and. Now, what could have several inches? We're looking at maybe three four five six inches of snow and a lot of travel problems. Because folks once that snowstorm departs it is going to be bitterly cold Sunday's high right now in the mid to upper teens real feel temperatures could be at or below zero for a little bit on Sunday and Monday, Martin Luther King junior day temperatures only in the low twenties. So it is going to get really cold. So tight right now, we're in the mid to upper twenty s watch out for some icy spots high today about thirty to thirty five with cloudy skies, and we'll watch out for some more freezing drizzle and flurries tonight to I'm AccuWeather meteorologist divorce w w j NewsRadio nine fifty. All right. Traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the aid.
"four five six inches" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Morning news. You're new to the Charlotte area. We usually don't get winter weather until after the first of the year. But every once in a while we do and looks like twenty eight is going to be one of those years where the first winter storm arrives early. Fact, we're looking at Sunday into Monday looking kinda dicey. Let's check in with our Weather Channel meteorologist Ray Stagich. No, I really am not brave enough to think that I was thinking anything different than yesterday because right on the cusp. So eighty five seems to be the demarcation. There is going to be quite a spread of snowfall totals the mountains still the heaviest double digits, I think are easily attainable. Even for places like ashville, possibly even into parts of the Piedmont, you get into which the Salman, the triad, you could approaches six inches. Plus, so it may be just to the west where we get. Excessive six inches of snowfall. We could end up here with five six inches of snow ourselves. Wet slushy snow fall could be a little bit less. If we get more mixing and more rain, which is possible. Conversely, at this point looks like it could be a little bit more too. So. Bowl. Here's the difficult part of this. And we do this every time we have a storm of this type everybody wants to know exacts. And I think people do understand that it's not exact especially when we're in the south. But you know, what this this point you go with the information that you have. And the information says that there's going to be mixing. We're going to have some snow falling. The question is we don't know how much of that mixing we are going to have. So that would give us, you know, once we know if the cold air is going to win out on this one we have a better idea and a better handle on how much snow and or ice. We're going to think we're going to get really if we get any at all. But I do think we'll get some and a few inches easily attainable. I think if we put it in the range, let's go across the entire area. Let's give usually like to give about a fifty mile radius. So twenty five thirty miles to the west into the general the five to eight inches. So those eight inch totals probably the further west you go the five inch closer into town and a little bit less as you go on off to. Or the east of I eighty five. So that's what it looks like, you know, we would say right now, I'd certainly as you get the mountains. It'll be a quite a bit more than that. I mean, there's a potential that. Places like mount Mitchell out near Boone they could approach twenty inches of snow. Wow. That's quite a bit of snowfall. And that's what we're going to be dealing with Dan line shifts a little bit further east. We could go from four five six inches of snow too. You know, maybe double digits here. I don't think that's going to happen. But it is certainly one possibility that we have to keep in the back of our minds. So I think we're still at that point where if you haven't already you need to start thinking about all, right? If I am going to be impacting it looks like we will be by a significant a wintry event. Then okay. What am I going to have to do? And what's my plan of action going to be? So that would be looking for you know, where's the batteries for? Flashlights? At the power is going to go out because it will be a heavy wet snow. So some trees down and power lines down and all that stuff. And then if I did have something I needed to do especially Saturday night Sunday into early Monday and it involved travel. Well, maybe I could back those plans up a little bit or I can wait till. After monday. So again, it's Saturday Sunday. And then even through the first part of Monday, I'd say that's the time where travel is going to be difficult and unless you're heading east or south, and I just looked at. We've got some.
"four five six inches" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Be quite a spread of snowfall totals the mountains still the heaviest double digits, I think are easily attainable. Even for places like ashville, possibly even into parts of the Piedmont, you get into Winston, Salem, and the triad you could approaches six inches. Plus, so it may be just to the west where we get in excess of six inches of snowfall. We could end up here with five six inches of snow ourselves. Wet slushy snow fall could be a little bit less. If we get more mixing and more rain, which is possible. Then conversely at this point looks like it could be a little bit more to you know, blow. Here's the difficult part of this. And we do this every time we have a storm of this type, you know, everybody wants to know exacts, and I think people do. I understand that. It's not exact especially when we're in the south. But you know, what this this point you go with the information that you have. And the information says that there's going to be some mixing. We're going to have some snow falling. The question is we don't know how much of that mixing we are going to have. So that would give us, you know, once we know if the cold air is going to win out on this one. We have a better idea and a better handle on how much snow and ice. We're gonna think we're gonna get really if we get any at all. But I do think we'll get some and a few inches easily attainable. I think we put it in the range. What's go across the entire area. Let's give usually like to give about a fifty mile radius. So twenty five thirty miles to the west into the east or maybe a general five to eight inches. So there was eight inch totals probably the further west you go the five inch closer into town and a little bit less as you go on off toward the east of I eighty five. So that's what it looks like, you know, we would say right now. And certainly as you get into the mountains, it'll be a quite a bit more than that. I mean, there's a. Potential that. Places like mount Mitchell and out near Boone they could approach twenty inches of snow. Wow. That's quite a bit of snowfall. And that's what we're going to be dealing with, you know, with Dan line shifts a little bit further east. We could go from, you know, four five six inches of snow too. You know, maybe double digits here. I don't think that's going to happen. But it is certainly one possibility that we have to keep in the back of our minds. I think we're still at that point where if you haven't already you need to start thinking about it. Right. If I am going to be impacting it looks like we will be by a significant a wintry event. Then okay. What am I going to have to do? And what's my plan of action going to be? So that would be looking for you know, where's the batteries for? Flashlights? At the power is gonna go out because there will be a heavy wet snow. So some trees down and power lines, go down and all that stuff. And then if I did have something needed to do especially Saturday night Sunday into early Monday and it involved travel. Well, maybe I could back those plans up a little bit or I can wait till after Monday. So. Saturday night Sunday. And then even through the first part of Monday, I'd say that's the time framework travel is going to be difficult unless you're heading east or south. And I just looked at the all we've got some updated.
"four five six inches" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"To head out giving your forecast after lunchtime. You know, the sun will be breaking through at that point. And it'll help melt away some of the snowfall that wasn't washed away by the rainfall that we're seeing out there this morning. I mean, it's just pouring now. But the water has no place to go. Besides the leaves that are underneath the snow. The snow is. Clogging the catch basins right now. So it's raining hard up and down the jersey shore to the east of ninety five basically in New Jersey, east of the turnpike, Long Island, the city the city's only in the upper thirties parts of the island in the jersey shore would near fifty degrees a little bit earlier this morning, but the cold air is coming back so long to eighty seven and then on up through the New York state Thruway and all the way beyond eighty four. There's a transition zone of sleet and freezing rain again. And then it goes over to snow, the western counties of New Jersey and Orange County in Ulster county have changed over to snow. I think poughkeepsie now is is getting a changing over to snow parts of Dutchess county, and it'll go on into the interior sections of Connecticut. So you've got that this morning. It is going to make conditions pretty bad. Once again, it's not going to be like last evening. Whereas where anybody picks up, you know, four five six inches of snow, but it is going to make conditions very, very slippery. And considering the fact that a lot of the roads weren't treated. There's going to be this additional snow and ice on top of it. So you've got that for the first part of the day for the morning for the afternoon. The sun does breakthrough but it is going to be so blustery for awhile gusting over fifty miles per hour and temperatures mainly in the forties. That'll help a little mid thirties. Tonight, forty four to forty eight on Saturday with sunshine, and then clouds up on Sunday and a high near.
"four five six inches" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"He realizes and we've had BUSTER only on BUSTER says he's been getting this from years. He's got emails from all thirty fan bases in major league baseball. Why do you hate the blank. Completely believe that completely believe show buck has no vendetta or hatred towards the dodgers trust me and I don't hear. I don't even hear it, but I, but I think it is a perception that fans have and you guys are all wrong. Let me see. Okay, so Broncos Broncos. Ramps. So. So when did you get in? We got in a Saturday post you made. Did you Elway's? Yeah, we. Now, did you stay in the hotel where Elway's is? No, we we stayed close to the airport. Okay, because that's the Laker hotel? Yeah, fancy buck chair cherry buck, different. Always. Oh, yeah. You were in cherry creek cherry creek, which is very fancy, like Neiman Marcus and all that stuff over there. The dinner was fantastic. It was an excellent New York strip. It was a great wedge salad. The desert. We deci- miss John Elway's wife, Ilson Elsa, former raider cheerlead former raider cheerleader is does all the pastries at that place or at least overseas them. So we had MRs Elway's key lime pie, which was fantastic. I pulled a favor with artists twin from the Rams great guy. He got me and one and and his dad and step mom on the field before the game. So we got to go down and hang out on the field. So how cold. Real cool. So that's good. The Rams one of really cold weather. The snow was overrated like there was probably four, five, six inches of snow and they tarp the field. So you didn't see any on the field at all in the field is heated. So any snow that came down was going to melt anyway, but it was. It was a good strong twenty degrees and we were frozen solid. Those over here is where I'm right in. You're wrong. We argued two weeks ago. You were saying Jared, Goff MVP. I said, he's not even the MVP and his own team, right? The MVP candidate for the Rams and the guy we should get behind for MVP is Todd Gurley. Do you now not agree. I think it's too early to say, no, it's not girlie. Might be the wait a minute. Well, first of all, girlies best running back. The Rams have had no martial absolute matter of fact. I think you now keep an eye on him the best running back in Rams histories either Eric Dickerson Marshall Faulk. They're both in the hall of fame, right? No, but here's, that's the class girlies, but here's the thing you get to. Let's say you get to Monday night in Kansas Mennonite against Kansas City in Mexico City. You saw Patrick Mahomes did last night. I didn't see that game on the flight unbelievable game. But if Jared Goff and Mahomes go toe to toe on a Monday night on national television. He retake yesterday was just not a day to throw the ball. It was just endured Goff. Nine, Jared, Goff I brought woods was great case keenum was a better quarterback robber woods like came up with five or so you really critical. But here they were doing keenum and I was like, guys keenum has been better today than going spin notice at the game that they brought in Chad Kelly for one gigantic deal yet. Chad, Kelly was Mr. relevant. I did his banquet. He was the last right in the draft like three year. This stadium roared, and by the way throughout the game is really good. And priests were chanting Kelli Kelli Denver fans are not happy at all with case keenum. That was not the Rams did a great job on Philip Lindsay and rice Freeman and devante Booker. The running backs for for Denver and case keenum. They basically challenged case keenum to beat them and case keenum made some really, really good throws. It was a tense game, and I keep saying they are going to lose a couple of games. I just don't think we know where those games are like it. Could've been yesterday if that if Emmanuel Sanders catches that ball in the end zone or manages to break the plane, or if there's not that fifteen yard taunting penalty and he's at the one?.
"four five six inches" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"So it's still coming down and they're getting a very heavy band of snow right now from one socket to north smithfield through borrow ville and all the way down through fosterglocester and maybe even into parts of scituate snowfall rates one to three inches an hour rotating back through so while the providence metro area has been in a lull for the last several hours it's going to pick up if you're thinking don't get fooled into thinking that it's okay to go out to dry because all of a sudden we're going to see the snow return in full force and the visibility on the roadways will drop the winds have died down a little bit there's the good news but the visibility is going to drop in the roadways will quickly get covered back with snow we're not out of the woods yet with this storm by any means why why why what what is the pattern here why well the storm itself is off to our east now and early this morning if the conditions were just warm enough so that we have that sticky snow that helped create numerous power outages across the area but the storm itself is beginning to pull away so that one band that came through this morning that heavy band and moved into connecticut as storms pulling away we're seeing that ban rotate back across the area so that's why we are not out of the woods yet in fact there are a couple of smaller bands behind that big dan is currently over western rhode island so it's going to be several more hours before we're in the clear as far as cumulating snow is everybody getting another three four five six inches no matter how much they have right now i think we're at least looking at another three inches of snow for pretty much everyone northern rhode island i would say you're looking at least another half a foot of snow no kidding yeah they're they're they're getting it right now and it's not moving all that fast either band of snow well yeah thanks is this thing wrapping up like midevening or what.
"four five six inches" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"News regulated and the w w j accu weather forecast with meteorologist dean devore dean how long as the snow sticking around well the steadiest of the cell is going to continue to the morning it's going to start to get sporadic more sporadic there be intermittent times said between some snow showers were sauntering much of anything but when that's happening the actual temperatures going to start dropping so yeah this is a slow and slippery day from start to finish the this snow should not be a pro surprise we were talking about the snowstorm norma of three four five days ago one thing that's happened is says some of the dry air early on eight into the amounts of the snow swede we down did a little bit in terms the amounts wanted three in and around most metro detroit probably rate round three inches in around the city in energy get farther north into the northern suburbs and beyond it amid michigan that's where you'll see the three four five six inches but the effects are the big story here is mardi stylianou slippery conditions i think maybe that relaxes a little bit amid day but with some of these snow showers and dropping temperatures it could get bad again especially as you're going to those big game parties later this afternoon the seeming frigid night icy spots when you're out of that those parties in overnight down into the single digits of very cold data marlow 20s with a real feel temperatures no better than the single digits hey more snow coming late tomorrow tomorrow night couple of inches tomorrow night and then another few inch she's it looks like to meet tuesday night into wednesday morning as temperatures stay mainly in the 20s for highs the rest of this upcoming leak it is cold again folks word'merit thirty two right now and the temperature may go up a degree or two but then will start falling back into the 20s later today i'm accuweather meteorologist eat of.
"four five six inches" Discussed on KKAT
"North detail for meteorolgist karen mcguinness harvey as not giving up yet it is going to move all the way across northern mississippi south eastern arkansas and into western tennessee and the computer models are suggesting you could see four five six inches of rain fall certainly doable but some areas may pick up as much as ten inches of rain so there could be some localized flooding associated with this chemical plant through houston's still at risk of exploding because of flooding from harvey i once carrier explained arkham incorporated has a plant sitting under six feet of water the company says organic peroxides started the heat up when the plant lost power and then it's backup generators failed arkham was chief executive says the materials could explode and the high water and lack of power leaves the company with no way to prevent it our komo evacuated all of its employees in about three hundred people living nearby had been given a voluntary evacuation order is well alan scaia houston trump depression is getting strength out in the pacific ocean and could become a hurricane as soon as late thursday we do have a hurricane watch out for parts of baja california short as well as a tropical storm warning for parts of baroness felt in with the national hurricane center says the system is gaining strength and could potentially develop into a category one hurricane and he don't let the lack of strength fool year we don't expect a major hurricane no but you know i always say what part of the word hurricane are you missing hair still talking sustained winds of up to ninety five miles per hour and the watches and warnings he said should be taken very seriously jim roope los angeles access may need more than the one hundred twenty five billion dollars from the federal government does it begins to recover from harvey at will soared wednesday from texas governor regathered i'm elliot francis.