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Dallas - Texas Expected To See Rain From Marco As 2 Storms Threaten Gulf Coast

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 8 months ago

Dallas - Texas Expected To See Rain From Marco As 2 Storms Threaten Gulf Coast

"Are are spinning spinning near near the the Gulf Gulf of of Mexico. Mexico. Fox is Adam Klotz has details. Tropical storms on the move, likely going to be both hurricanes in the Gulf. Mexico at the same time within the next couple of days. Tropical Storm Marco, currently sitting just off the coast of Cancun, this is gonna lift to the north run up into the Gulf of Mexico, really passing by perhaps Louisiana and approaching Texas, getting late Monday into Tuesday, So the timing of these are going to be really important ones going to arrive a little bit sooner, and that's going to be Marco. But they're going to be in very similar areas. 45 Mile an hour winds right now for Tropical Storm Laura, basically passing Puerto Rico as we speak. Heavy rain beginning to fall in areas of San Juan. This storm just slightly slower, but has a little bit more time to strengthen. So I do think this is a stronger storm. Adam Clots reporting

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Summer heat sizzles Europe: Portugal and Spain could see record temperatures

All Things Considered

01:25 min | 2 years ago

Summer heat sizzles Europe: Portugal and Spain could see record temperatures

"Decades with temperatures forecast break records of one hundred, twenty degrees in Spain and Portugal as Allison Robert's reports much of the rest of southern Europe has also seen a rapid rise in temperatures. Three of mainland Portugal's eighteen districts are on red alert the highest because of soaring temperatures and the rest are on orange with your priorities advising people to stay indoors and drink lots of water temperatures in half the district capitals are expected to equal or beat all time records the highest ever recorded in Portugal was just a one. Hundred seventeen degrees in Malaysia, in the interior in two thousand three as ever hear when hot dry weather. Sets in there affairs that. Wildfires could take hold and some have already broken out last year more than one hundred people lost their lives in such blazes for NPR news I'm Alison Roberts in Lisbon a slow moving weather system will pump abundant moisture. Up from the Gulf Mexico across the. Eastern third of the country through Friday show weather, service posting flash flood watches and warnings from Georgia to parts of New England saying there's the potential for periods of heavy rain which could. Lead to flooding rivers as well as urban and low lying areas heavy rains have prompted authorities to evacuate parts of Virginia city in case of damn fails the Lynchburg department of emergency services said areas near the college lake dam were being vacuuming the national weather service says at this time the dam has not failed and is being..

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The house approves parade ordered commonly francis the houses holder to fund the government for another six weeks while washington discusses immigration of costantini reports in the president kept saying it i'd love to see a shot gap if we don't get this have taken care republican representative barbara comstock who's district in washington's virginia suburbs has substantial gang problems but also a high number of federal workers finally spoke up we are in a government shutdown this i think both sides of learning government shutdown with down in on capitol hill there was chief of staff john kelly talking about the president's offer to allow more dreamers to remain in the us than have registered for the program people some would say too afraid to sign up others with two ways to get out of their acid but the decider bob costantini washington president trump wants a military parade military official telling the washington post the president requested a display quote like the one in france officials saying mr trump was very impressed by that parade and another massive troop display put on in his honor during a november visit to china of federal officials wanna know why people from new york to normal ones were mistakenly warned about a nami tuesday morning jan johnson tells why fcc and national weather service wanna know how the private forecasting company accu weather could have missed that as soon army warning that was passed along to smartphones that other gentle apps was only a test the weather service says it's routine tasks twists misconstrued calling the erroneous alerts widespread reaching across the east coast gulf mexico and the caribbean accu weather leader tweeted that the warning was a test but the company did not immediately disclose how the error was made jan johnson washington undocumented immigrants who is living in indiana is under arrest in a suspected drunk driving crash that killed indianapolis colts linebacker and were jackson and.

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on KOIL

"What you're out is about thought well i'll tell you gary there are some things we can do about that first of all thank you for your service to your community that is greatly appreciated uh i should note of that in fact we do have a lot of judges out there our who act as unelected lifetime tenured legislators they have vastly overstep their powers they ought to be impeached and they're probably should be uh oh dozens of the impeached but something else to keep in mind and that is that you don't even have to go that far the constitution spells out congress in article one hausmann said spells out the executive branch president the vice president in article two at article three it says that the judiciary shock consist of eight supreme court and such inferior court says congress may from time to time or dane all of those courts all of those judges at the district court and federal appellate court levels they get all be removed from office simply by having their jobs abolished by congress why don't we do that bart in huntsville alabama hello bart it's my conservative friend this is all a bart you're freely a liberal democrat from huntsville and i'd like to just putting up a couple of points that i would support personally finds in congress i would support much greater funding for a virtual electronic wall but not a physical high concrete wall why not why not why not why not both why on boast bart well us middle water here work but go but they'll you're quite wrong they will both were pretty effectively they don't have to work perfectly but they'll work pretty darn well so that's falls what what they jim jill let me mike okoye now you've been good is that in the past oneoff call what's on either side of that wall the gulf mexico the pacific ocean uh oh cut so so so gaito the vigour of voters the gulf of mexico the pacific ocean have to do with anything wait a minute sixty percent of what are illegals and our drugs come in by air not not over what do not sixty percent of our illegals so i beg to differ with you.

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on WTMA

"Both my old all right let us return to the telephones talking about the big agenda the white house yesterday the president members of congress democrat and republican president flanked by democrats so they'd be in the shot in their faces could be seen let's go to let's go to bob in herndon virginia bob you're on the chris plante show hello and good morning bob all right have big point bit is the note to say that trump did not referred to a physical wall i mean on the campaign trail all he did val he did people had people add are you talking about you're not talking about a physical wall you are you and he's a guest talking about miles and miles a physical wall finished say now oh we not talking about miles the mouth of the announcing that ludicrous no is nowhere talking about miles and miles a physical wall but not the chinese wall from the gulf mexico to the pacific ocean what not well but you're right he then and you're right hinted on going to be continuous but that it was going to be the largely and mostly a physical wall i mean and does your back off on that now with a little phil well no i i gotta tell you if you listen to the show over the course of the last year i have said certainly all along it's the case and i mentioned adjusts earlier this morning it's a case of taking them literally and not seriusly versus seriously and not literally i in my mind's eye and on this radio show had been talking all along about border security and not the great wall of china well i bet now and it's small details it's it's it's a small point you know quite honestly if we're talking about securing the border and we are then we're talking about secure end the democrats are still against securing the border let's be clear about that oh they most certainly aqaba second second point if you're if the republican position is you wanted to trade daca amnesty for increase border security that they reasonable and perfectly acceptable position but there's not with ask yesterday he was asked do you support eight clean dhaka's bill and trump said yeah yeah i support that the republicans had to jump in and say no no no that's and clearly do not understand that because it is on you're not.

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on WGSO 990AM

WGSO 990AM

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on WGSO 990AM

"Frankly you can only look and see what you're seeing now but still no 100 percent what's going to happen so when we look at this point it looks like you yeah there could be some pretty high winds and we may see not an arm like kind of swirling ball heading toward key west and parts unknown of florida but certainly there could be some fling in that direction the computer models there interesting about the tropical depression expected to become a tropical storm for one tropical storm nate and what does that mean to wins could get up to eighty five miles an hour and three days making it the cat one it comes to the gulf coast probably on saturday but and the intensity is what we don't now they're just pretty much they're telling people the national hurricane center has cover its but then they can only the can't tell you they don't know for sure so they tell people listen if you live in the gulf coast in from louisiana the florida syrup monitoring this thing start watching what's happening how would impact where will would hit what happens by this highpressure ridge over the southwest atlantic and in the low pressure because that's what you're looking at what it move quickly more quickly into the gulf mexico the us european models differed on the path as much has ninety miles that's a big deal so that's a wide swath of possible error so far this year track forecast four to five days in advance have been averaging errors of about one hundred seventy two two hundred thirty miles which that's crazy and makes a very big difference as to where it would hit it could possibly hit so squarley while he kind of weather blanketing south florida on wednesday but not related to the storms to people thought that strong wind shear is expected to keep the system a little dis organized this is the sixteenth cyclone in a very provable season a recordbreaking season the last two months five named storms since august 30th we've been there and three of them were deadly harvey erma and maria forming less than in thirty days uh my my unbelievable in the meantime when we jumped.

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Can only look and see what you're seeing now but still now one hundred percent what's going to happen cell when we look at this point it looks like yeah there could be some pretty high winds than we may see not an armada like kind of swirling ball heading toward key west and parts unknown of florida but certainly there could be the thing in that direction the computer models they're interesting that the tropical depression expected to become a tropical storm for one tropicalstorm nate and what does that mean the winds could get up to eighty five miles an hour and three days making it the cat one it comes to the gulf coast probably on saturday but and the intense these what we don't now they're just pretty much they're telling people the national hurricane center has to cover its but and they can only they can't tell you they don't know for sure so they tell people listening if you live in the gulf coast in from louisiana the florida syrup monitoring as things start watching what's happening how will it impact where will it hit what happens my this highpressure ridge ever the southwest atlantic and then the low pressure because that's what you're looking at what it move quickly more quickly into the gulf mexico the us european models differed on the path as much as ninety miles that's a big deal so that's a wide swath of possible error so far this year trapped forecast four to five days in advance have been averaging areas of about one hundred seventy two two hundred thirty miles which that's crazy and makes a very big difference as to where it would hit where could possibly hit seagate's squalor kind of weather blanketing south florida on wednesday but not related to the storms the people thought that strong wind shear is expected to keep the system a little or get nice this is the sixteenth cyclone in a very prudential season a recordbreaking season the last two months five named storms since august 30th we've been there and three of them are deadly harvey erma and maria forming less than in thirty days uh my my unbelievable in the meantime when we jumped.

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on FoodStuff

FoodStuff

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on FoodStuff

"And we are back thank you sponsor yes okay so so science and health and weather always tres are an aphrodisiac first nutrition officers are high in protein a good fats iron calcium a few other vitamins and minerals and they're really pretty good for you other they're filling without being too heavy eat more wasters gay okay uh however if you're immuno compromised or have a liver disease you probably shouldn't lethem raw due to danger of infection with a few types of bacteria that can cause serious problems in humans that they're in the same genus as a as a cholera um it's the vibrio genus yes uh what related to that is it actually dangerous to eat oysters and month the don't contained the letter are in their name i have never heard this before announcing it all over alec just randomly yes probably because i've been researching oyster as set could be like italy absolutely what it is yes oh it's an old saying in there is a little bit of truth to it in the northern hemisphere at any rate um because months but that the letter r a r may june july and august which are the height of summer and these potentially dangerous vibrio bacteria thrive in warmer weather so there is a slightly higher risk of infection when you eat rot wasters during the summer months especially if they're from warmer areas like the gulf mexico but infection is pretty rare according to the cdc a vibe vibrio sis causes about eighty thousand illnesses and one hundred deaths every year in the united states which is nothing compared to like say salmonella which causes one point two million ilott illnesses and four hundred and fifty deaths every year so.

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on WGTK

"In hand with the counties to ensure that shelters are available for other communities who may need to evacuate there's absolutely no reason for anyone not to evacuate if your order to do so urmas currently a category five storm with one hundred eighty five mph winds the house was passed the first since novel of hurricane relief almost eight billion dollars worth were victims of party a measure now goes to the senate for consideration wall street preparing for a higher close the dow is up seventy seven points the nasdaq better by twenty one the s p nine points higher this is srn news i'm frank millar with your money now well trading gets ready to wind down on wall street the dow nasdaq and destined vive remains modestly higher for the federal reserve released his book report this afternoon which loaded with some concern about a prolonged slowdown in the auto industry and said that it was a bit too soon to gauge the impact of breaking rv on the water economy without offering ends civic that the group said that burdening harvey creative broad disruptions new economic activity along the gold coast in the bells and atlanta district this is the oil and natural gas corruption in the gulf of mexico was off wind offshore producers in the region temporarily stop production built the economy was able to expand at a modest lewis who moderate pace over the past england's global commodities through jumped to forty nine dollars sixteen cents a barrel today as came from a friend's rakes in the gulf mexico threatens the florida coast while gold bells president trump reportedly agreed to support a measure that would wings the debt ceiling in bonn the government the three months down five dollars fifty cents on the day and that is your money now for nearly one hundred years folks have trusted.

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from npr news in washington i'm core of a coleman hurricane erma has crashed over the caribbean islands of barbudos st martin and anguilla it is moving toward the virgin islands and puerto rico the national hurricane center says this is the strongest storm to ever hit the atlantic outside the caribbean and the gulf mexico topped sustained winds are still one hundred eighty five miles per hour erma is projected to strike florida in a few days and governor rick scott ease urging people to prepare we are preparing for our mature directly impact your state while still too early to tell exactly where the strong will hit is incredibly important that all sir radiance keep a close eye on this incredibly dangerous storm do not sit in a way to prepare get prepared now officials in the florida keys have ordered all visitors to leave the islands this morning residents will have a mandatory evacuation later president trump has tweeted that congress has six months to come up with legislation for the daca program shielding hundreds of thousands of people from deportation if not he tweets he'll have to revisit the issue even though he is ending the program in california the daca program affects more than two hundred thousand people as daniel carson reports in los angeles immigrant rights groups held rallies all day across the city protesting the white house decision to repeal daca emily robinson a lawyer at loyola law schools immigrant justice clinic says recipients should seek legal advice about their status at this point what we don't know who is being prioritised and we are unsure of enforcement actions it's very important to make sure you understand the entire illegal landscape republican lawmakers say well daca was well intentioned it was an unconstitutional abuse of executive power the justice department is giving congress six months to draft a new program after that it will stop renewing permits for people already in role called for npr news i'm daniel carson in pasadena california a senate committee is examining the future of the affordable care act today npr's allison kojak reports this is the first of four planned hearings by the senate health education labour and pensions committee committee chairman senator lamar alexander says he wants to get a bill asked that will lower insurance premiums for people who live coverage on the affordable care act exchanges he'll have to work fast september 27th is the deadline for insurance.

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Be stopped from tokyo rupert wingfield his next to texas where donald trump is due to visit later today tuesday to see the full effects of the flooding for himself the president has pledged his full support for the state recovery will be a long and difficult road and the federal government stands ready willing and able to support that effort right now the single most important thing is the safety and security of those still in harm's way including the first responders who have been so terrific nearly half a million people need help and thirty thousand more will need temporary shelter the state governor said he was one of the largest disasters ever to strike the united states thoughts a kenneth koncos specializes in extreme weather at the north carolina institute for climate studies what's his heating needs to be them so i think that the problem tom izzo third evacuate a major city appear brennan do that you need many quite a few days and we just simply do not yet hair the forecast scale to be able to really pinpoint where you're going to get this kind of rain yeah i mean this is a very historic storm is part of a of a overall pattern i guess this kind of store announced i wouldn't call it part of a pattern i guess the only thing that we can say is that gulf mexico where this were it's getting all its moisture from now is warmer than an historic normal and this is part of a a trend that the northern hemisphere oceans are getting warmer and they're getting warmer most likely because of antic janet climate change what did you mean by anthroprogenic manmade where that were put in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere because of fossil fuel bernie and that is the main cause of global warming including warming the oceans of the world jay marshall shepherd director of yemen for example this program university of georgia said this could go down as the worst flood disaster in us history the do you agree them at this point it's possibility you have a.

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Picture of of your doctor spencer's website looks just like what you're saying that exit the buildings or older by way of comparison as of six thirty this morning the water level in the very same location as the flood of nineteen 35 thirty eight feet 16 feet lower than the flood in 1945 now the waters going to continue to rise of the thirty eight feet is not final but the point is the flooding has been much higher and much greater but but houston has changed in those years uh as well now are the rainfall amounts are these totals unprecedented the questions hard to answer but i remember dr spencer was on this program once years ago he had called and it was during particularly inclement weather remember was a hurricane or a serious tornadoes or whether what i asked him a question based on an instinct us dr spencer is the amount of water in our ecosystem constant meaning is the amount of water on earth in the oceans in the atmosphere water vapour is it constant easily yes the other words we don't lose water it just changes location we don't gain that water we don't produce more so where did these forty inches of rain come from how did it happen they were not created out of thin air it was from circumstances that already existed it wasn't that brand new water never be four existing on earth came together in this storming got dumped on houston and other parts of texas the simplest explanation is that the water temperature of the gulf of mexico is about two degrees warmer than socalled normal that's a lot of heat and deal a lot of evaporation basically that's where the rainfall came from is from the condensation of evaporation of from the gulf mexico just get that the heat just sucked it up out of their it'll hightower towering clouds turns into a hurricane and in the rains com i've take a break here fox got our first commercial break we'll have vice president pence abul continue this is the program continues to unfold hang end festival rush on the.

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on WSJ MoneyBeat

WSJ MoneyBeat

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on WSJ MoneyBeat

"So one of the most remarkable things about that market reaction you know when this tropical storm became a hurricane on its way to texas is that you know we saw crude prices drop mainly because of what we know about the energy industry after post shell revolution in that we have a lot of crude oil sitting around and storage so even though there is some production that's going to be affected no one's worried about you know a lack of crude oil but we did see gasoline prices rise because a lot of these refiners are going to be impacted some companies are already talked about shutting down their operations alley you're covering the market i dunno if there's a yeah i mean i think what's really it changed near the last time a hurricane hit texas was in two thousand nine aides of his hurricane i can even the last time there was a major hurricane the golf was 2012 and since then um the gulf mexico's just the less important um as a driver of us production with the advances that have allowed companies to tap shale formation a lot of both oil and natural gas production have moved on shore companies shut in production in the gulf the way they always do ahead of a storm to you know to be prepared uh but the market is in having the same reaction you know head of katrina in two thousand five prices really spiked because there was a big source of production just being disrupted and the disruption is likely to happen again it's just not as big a factor i think that's going to surprise a lot of people are no when i was first reading your story on i saw you said prices went down at the other it's audio you historically you're used to hurricanes gonna come.

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

03:19 min | 4 years ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"To a little bit of or you're a campground radio station yeah the campaign trail koa and we'll just like here you've heard on on our stores everywhere uk did away the world is coming to an end the the political world kohl moral our culture is in turmoil whoa whoa problems our fiscal problems the bar dolly got a bear as cheap going on in denver stood i want held that knowledge knowledge you may or may not be aware that in two thousand five there was a hurricane by the name of the ruling katrina it started off horta of africa and made its way across the atlantic as a tropical storm the coming through the color formed into a hurricane and encounters skirted around the florida keys monroe kelly florida that encounter moved into the gulf of mexico moc reach the gulf of mexico because that particular august was the particular suburb incredibly hot the waters of the gulf mexico were amazingly war swim swimming pool officials are cool leave did look gulf of mexico from the hurricane katrina the hurricane intensified up to a category five on its way to somewhere between pensacola and houston at a course if you're familiar with the probability that was the probability summer between pensacola and uh houston finally sorted bearing down on a little town called clinton's and by the time it hit the coast it was no longer a category five it was a measly little category three it is a can law wounds didn't really do much damage other than to cross lake pontchartrain where the storm surge as new circulate show the hurricane push to swarm waters the water back across to lay back toward the self while that water began to wash up and began to flood nolan the flooding became so severe that after decades and decades of corruption because of the lovey districts that would rather have um mardi gras all parties looms spin taxpayer remonial actually maintaining levies or maintaining the pumping system book nauruans relies upon to keep water elephant streets twitter has a thunderstorm all of those things field the mayor failed the governor failed the entire firstly to know of louisiana failed however all that was entirely my fault if you if you read anything in the mainstream media impartially continued to blame me for everything union george bush hated black people we can we your conspired to blow up the levies and rail it was just all our fault that was.

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Of course did not come true is that the state of florida which is largely only five to twenty five feet above sea level what will be in data with water many have quit investing in florida because of a fear of the gulf mexico in the atlantic reclaiming the peninsula of florida what was his prediction about florida and not how to turn out well he predicted he actually showed on a dramatic emmett here clubbed of the earth film work florida underwater with the animation and what he said now it and what he said after you a personal level ride is not accelerate unita people going to underpin it he reveled been arriving for over ten thousand year tillack ice age here arrive at always happen it had been no acceleration it in writing about the thickness of a nickel every year of a dime decreed and harming a nickel go it not having in crisis like miami were gorge prequel renfert for show coming in the street that purity caught recalled form card rick had been historic i have already car could it occurred radio center cocoa coterie local phenomenon not related kind of global climate change but the crew is out gore you risk represented sea level if not accelerating ukrainian distinguished career in weird here showing a coming up on the short miami active cold outside an thinking and you cornfeed on the town hall with the mayor of a little ireland who stood up in found cowger here's iron is sinking had nothing to do with melting grace shirt and everything else well uh so you're saying that for ten thousand years these sea levels since the last great ice age have been rising about that thickness of a dime and those little or nothing human beings can do to change that absolutely that's what we're hearing and in fact when al gore show hugh aug glacier melted another factor for we started our modern chemical record in about eighteen fifty eighty the now at the end of eudaldo i paid when new york harbor fro dover when the famed river hamburg reverend owen credo over the.

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

NewsRadio1620

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

"Ten to be exact so we still have ways to go back every three here that good news saying we're going to stay quite prairies next by days back home now few showers and thunderstorms to start art monday morning you can see this is overnight at three a m could see some showers and storms form and again may hear some rumbles defender grab your umbrellas before heading out you may run into some rainy weather for your morning commute and then into the later part of the morning as well scattered too widely scattered showers and storms will be possible on and off throughout the course of the day so not all areas may see some rain but it is certainly possible at this point that we could see at least some downpours or tuesday the same goes we can start off with some coastal showers and thunderstorms for our morning commute heading into the afternoon hours but our monday rain chance around sixty percent i bumped it up from fifty to sixty and then for our tuesday fifty as well so you'll see that in the thank just the fact that some coastal showers will be possible otherwise you can expect mostly cloudy conditions with temperatures falling into the 70s low to mid 70s further inland closer to the coast in the upper 70s mid to upper 70s around seventy seven purport won't beach now for monday the clowns in perhaps the rain will keep things a little cooler but will still expect heat indices in that for ninety two possibly the triple digits as well upper 80s to low 90s yellow flags maybe find at the beaches tomorrow with some green flags as well we saw a nice day at the beach you can see crystal clear water little bit of june grass but hey that didn't stop vote them enjoying and cooling off in the gulf of mexico now speaking of the gulf mexico forty march two to three feet with a light to moderate chop with the cia chance for scattered swarms as i mentioned the percent for.

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Handel says finishing the party's health care bill and lowering taxes will be among her top priorities in congress handle defeated democrat jon ossoff in georgia's hotly contested house race yesterday we need also lift up this nation said that we can find a more civil way to deal with our disagreement it's summer record heat continues in the west and tropical storm cindy has formed in the gulf mexico and the rose reports wins at just forty five miles an hour and it looks to be churning northwest toward new orleans where they are already preparing for flooding coastal warning stretch east from texas to florida amid legal battles and revelations of sexual harassment within the company buber ceo and cofounder travis kalanick as resigned the new york times says the move comes at the request of investors i'm john trout a federal judge approves a wrongful death settlement of the case of michael brown of ferguson missouri the parents had michael brown had sued the city of ferguson former police chief tom jackson and former police officer darren wilson in twentyfifth fifteen brown was shot the year before in a confrontation with wilson although the officer was later cleared of wrongdoing the shooting led to months of sometimes violent unrest in the st louis suburb and provoked an investigation and orders to reform by the justice department that tales of the settlement were not released i'm jan johnson death of auto warm beer has the trump administration weighing options president trump has said otto death has only strengthened his resolve to deal with the brutal regime in north korea but his options are limited which is why he stepping up the pressure on china attackers corresponded a lease at as the coroner's conclusion is awaited the family has objected to an autopsy i'm john trout ransomware is software that.

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on KTRH

"We'll continue to monitor any tropical development over the southern gulf mexico and yucatan peninsula or next couple of days we're gonna be mostly cloudy for the overnight hours low run seventy five degrees partly sunny for your monday a stray shower thunderstorm possible during the afternoon high 95 the he next around one of three oh gosh todd work but whether shell partly cloudy eighty at the ktrh tuntex two centers 24 hour weather center ktrh news time four one our top story another possible terror attack the mosque in london let's get the latest now from abc news scotland yard says that the 48yearold suspect in the deadly london van attack is being held on suspicion of murder deputy assistant commissioner neil best so this is being treated as a terrorist attack on the counter terrorism command is investigating advent flowing into worshippers at a street in north london leaving one person dead eight hospitalized into treated at the scene all muslims as scotland yard abc's molly hunter is out at the scene near the anchor people outside of the law because an older man had actually gone gone on the i learned a heart popular people thought he might have had a heart attack but the time that dan actually turned that corner and started accelerating and a crowd of people there was quite a crowd arne crowded around the man on the ground or income the secretary general of the muslim council of britain saying it a statement it appears from eyewitness accounts that the trader was motivated by islamaphobia i'm dave packer abc news eta tropical disturbance in the caribbean sea is expected to form into a tropical.

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on KTRH

"Can't peninsula will continue to push northward rental watch for the possible development of low pressure tropical depression maybe even tropical storm in southern gulf mexico next couple of days overnight mostly cloudy low seventy five partly sunny on monday a stray shower thanks for possible high 95 he next one of the three dust todd work for the cia partly cloudy eighty three here the ktrh tump tax offenders 24 ever weather center it's eleven awan our top story multiple people are said to be injured in london and a possible terror attack we get the latest style from abc news right now in north london police investigating what they're calling a major incident of vehicle colliding with pedestrians as they were leaving the finsbury park mosque after prayers witnessed your main jackman by my mom amen the men and women were leaving the wall to go home to their family and friends of a love one police say one person is in custody eyewitnesses saying there were three attackers and the other two got away our colleague at the bbc jan francis kelly is at the scene eating the running very high it may then and they in the neighborhood deal at the end kill that had been injured were deliberately targeted because they were muslim now we know that we haven't had that and that is the feeling at those eyewitness as saying the alleged attacker was gleeful despite being apprehended the london ambulance service now saying the injured are being taken to hospitals authorities are not yet at this time calling this an attack dave packer abc news all the texas attorney general's office taking over the case of a former aleve coach whose murder conviction was overturned david temple was back in court friday when prosecutors from the augee's office said that they'll be taking dozens of boxes of evidence against him back to austin cases continuing apace in justice will be served this matter tim temple was convicted of murdering his pregnant wife but an appeals court overturned the conviction because the harris county district attorney's office withheld evidence he served ten years in prison before it was released last year i do on it shows the houston fire marshal's office is falling behind its own on its work.

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