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"heather sher" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"heather sher" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Dot com meteorologist heather Sher the number of monarch butterflies at their winter resting grounds decreased fifty three percent this year the Mexico head of the world wildlife fund said the reduction is not alarming Jorge regards said the previous years large numbers were a typical and the monarchs have simply return to their average population levels coming up music awards postponed that on the Hollywood minute first this is America in the morning I'm John trout the World Health Organization has more dire news over cove in nineteen Jim root pass that from Los Angeles the WHO's Dr Maria Kirk off says why the progression of an outbreak is not always a bad sign is because it can point to stopping the spread we look for case in a previous doctor Kirk off says the WHL has been saying from the start the more aggressive countries are in looking for cases in doing the contact tracing the more is understood about how it spreads what segments of the populations are most vulnerable and other characteristics that could lead to as she says breaking the chain of transmission knee protector of the endemic the trajectory of each epidemic in each country is dependent on the actions of each country so what we had seen in several countries in Asia we've seen them and tackle this virus be aggressive in their approach in terms of finding their cases in contact and have the comprehensive approach that we've discussed previously we've seen them turn the corner we've seen them have a very strong very bad epidemic and have them teach hopefully that they beat China has certainly piqued and there's been a decline which is why she says in many countries as it seems to be here in the US is going to get worse before it gets better meaning the numbers will go up because there is an active search for cases is like working to get a head of a wildfire scene where it's going so it can be stopped or at the very least slowed there are countries that are starting to identify cases in starting to identify large numbers of cases because they're looking because they're getting aggressive case can contact planing commission be punished and that it's really important that we support countries in doing the right measures and sometimes that's going to mean the numbers are going to increase so the increase in case is not necessarily a failure of government appoints to the government's proper approach toward the viruses progression I'm Jim route twenty one till now in world markets this Monday morning Asian stock markets and U. S. futures have fallen in a stunning rebuke from investors to emergency central bank action the latest selloff followed the fed's decision to slash interest rates to shore up economic growth Jeff McKay has that in an emergency meeting Sunday afternoon the federal reserve announced its dropping its benchmark interest rate a full one hundred basis points to near zero and launching a new round of quantitative easing the QB program until seven hundred billion dollars worth of asset purchases or treasuries and mortgage backed securities the good news this is what president trump been asking for the bad news and apparently is not what Wall Street was looking for Dow futures plunged over a thousand points and along with the nasdaq and S. and P. futures dropping five percent tripping what's called a limit down that's a trigger that holds futures trading the news also sent world markets spiraling down and for the U. S. markets another week of roller coaster trading I'm Jeff McKay Westwood one's Jim beau Hannon was instrumental in creating what we observe on this day and at twenty till I'll let him tell you more today is national freedom of information day and I'll take full of credit for that because it's one of the few things I've done that that will stand the test of time this was something that I came up with that I suggested to the nineteen seventy nine society of professional journalists national convention in New York City it was adopted and has it been observed every March the sixteenth birthday of James Madison the father of the constitution since nineteen eighty so this is the fortieth annual FOR a day we're joined by Patty do bury the current national president of the society of professional journalists and I'm wondering about observances of F. O. Y. date today given the fact that the gatherings of people rather frowned on right now B. R. Kim so first congrats on creating that day A. and thank you for the moment to bring attention to it again so S. P. J. today will be certainly tweeting out and using other social media platforms to bring attention to the day and it's important thanks to journalism later in the week we'll have a release of our annual black hole award which we award to governments and other entities that are not compliant with the whole Y. and other freedom of information dictate so that's that's how will mark the day and will remind all of our members and all of America and the importance of a free press in the United States journalists as a group love to convene at a lot of regional conferences are I gather either postponed or canceled right to because of the corona virus outbreak yeah unfortunately ten of our twelve regions have postponed or canceled their spring conferences and other meetings are are being put on ice for that for the time being wanting to be cautious to make sure that we all stay healthy so we lived to tell another story on my nighttime talk show we had a caller just this last Friday who suggested that the the corona virus outbreak is getting hyped by a media which has veins sticking out on its neck I responded to that by saying I've yet to see anybody in the media with famed stabbing out on their neck I would suggested an awful lot of of media sources as there are so many these days are all reporting but mostly I've been hearing of rather calm detached calls for but other things that no panic but that does seem to be a popular view point to a pattern your thoughts about media coverage of the corona virus what I've seen I think is very responsible it's mark and sober it is all consuming because the story is all consuming Americans across the country are concerned about the virus many many universities have shut down or move to remote instruction as my own house many workplaces around asking people to stay home work from home this is no small deal it's hit every corner of American life from buying toilet paper at your local grocery store to the performance of our stock market so I don't think you can overstate the importance of the story or overplayed the story at this point and I think that journalists are trying to take it as a kind of the calm that still emerging unfolding story and I I think most the coverage I've seen is spot on and very responsible now that freedom of information is certainly a were most worthwhile concept it is not fully achieved even in this country with our first amendment and one thing I know that that we lack in this country is complete the enforcement of the freedom of information act that is to say it's on the books but but bureaucrats who don't particularly care for the freedom of information act or FOIA as it is known have found ways to about other things that delayed so long that off of a story that is under deadline there is no longer worth while to cover that's true that has been the case since we had for your going back to nineteen sixty seven that eurocrats can't find a way around the law can delay and sometimes journalists to walk away but I do think that our best news organization come back again and again they don't take no for an answer they are dogs in pursuing whatever angle there there after and that is it's essential really that journalists continue to fly the flag for freedom of information because if we don't who will the national president of the society of professional journalists there online at S. P. J. dot org on this the fortieth annual freedom of information.

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"heather sher" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"heather sher" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Chance for severe weather today severe weather fortunately is not likely for today although there is a concern that there could be at least some downpours and thunderstorms that moved through eastern parts of Oklahoma and over into parts of Missouri and Arkansas especially for central and eastern Oklahoma and into western Arkansas this could lead to small areas of flooding but that is something to keep an eye on mostly for this afternoon elsewhere in the area of rain that's going to be moving through that part of the country and into the Tennessee valley today and tonight is going to bring mainly rainy weather and not as much thunder we've got a weaker system passing by north of there that's going to be bringing some snow showers across parts of the upper Midwest and the western lakes for today and then as that moves east toward tonight toward northern New England we're going to be seeing mostly snow showers although we could see some rain showers as we head farther south and some of that southern moisture gets drawn up along with some milder air we also have an area of precipitation which is sinking southward through California and that's going to have rainy weather with it as well we'll continue to see over a foot of snow across much of the California Sierra peaks and that's going to then lesson as we head southward into southern parts of the state across places like LA there could be some rain at times San Francisco could pick up a shower or two as well that's the nation's weather hi Maggie weather dot com meteorologist heather Sher the number of monarch butterflies at their winter resting grounds decreased fifty three percent this year the Mexico head of the world wildlife fund said the reduction is not alarming Jorge regards said the previous years large numbers were a typical and the monarchs have simply.

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"heather sher" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"heather sher" Discussed on KOMO

"Dot com meteorologist heather Sher the number of monarch butterflies at their winter resting grounds decreased fifty three percent this year the Mexico head of the world wildlife fund said the reduction is not alarming Jorge Ricardo said the previous years large numbers were a typical and the monarchs have simply return to their average population levels coming up music awards postponed that on the Hollywood minute first this is America in the morning I'm John trout the World Health Organization has more dire news over cove it nineteen gym group has that from Los Angeles the WHO's Dr Maria Kirk off says why the progression of an outbreak is not always a bad sign is because it can point to stopping the spread we look for K. you know please do pass Dr Kirk off says the WHL has been saying from the start the more aggressive countries are in looking for cases in doing the contact tracing the more is understood about how it spreads what segments of the populations are most vulnerable and other characteristics that could lead to a she says breaking the chain of transmission the trajectory of the endemic the trajectory of each epidemic in each country is dependent on the actions of each country so what we have seen in several countries in Asia we've seen them tackle this virus be aggressive in their approach in terms of finding their cases in contact and have that comprehensive approach that we discussed previously we seen them turn the corner we've seen them have a very strong very bad epidemics and have them teach hopefully that they've tried has certainly piqued and there's been a decline which is why she says in many countries as it seems to be here in the US is going to get worse before it gets better meaning the numbers will go up because there is an active search for cases is like working to get a head of a wildfire scene where it's going so it can be stopped or at the very least slowed there are countries that are starting to identify cases in starting to identify large numbers of cases because they're looking because they're doing aggressive case and contact finding me shouldn't be punished for that it's really important that we support countries in doing the right measures and sometimes that's going to mean that members are going to increase so the increase in case is not necessarily a failure of government points to the government's proper approach toward the viruses progression I'm Jim route twenty one till now in world markets this Monday morning Asian stock markets and U. S. futures have fallen in a stunning rebuke from investors to emergency central bank action the latest selloff followed the fed's decision to slash interest rates to shore up economic growth Jeff McKay has that in an emergency meeting Sunday afternoon the federal reserve announced its dropping its benchmark interest rate a full one hundred basis points to near zero and launching a new round of quantitative easing the QB program will entail seven hundred billion dollars worth of asset purchases or treasuries and mortgage backed securities the good news this is what president trump been asking for the bad news and apparently is not what Wall Street was looking for Dow futures plunged over a thousand points and along with the nasdaq and S. and P. futures dropping five percent tripping what's called a limit down that's a trigger that holds futures trading the news also sent world markets spiraling down and for the U. S. markets another week of roller coaster trading I'm Jeff McKay Westwood one's Jim beau Hannon was instrumental in creating what we observe on this date and that twenty till I'll let him tell you more today is national freedom of information day and I'll take a full look credit for that because it's one of the few things I've done that that will stand the test of time this was something that I came up with that I suggested to the nineteen seventy nine society of professional journalists national convention in New York City it was adopted and has it been observed every March the sixteenth birthday of James Madison the father of the constitution since nineteen eighty so this is the fortieth annual F. O. Y. date we're joined by Patty do bury the current national president of the society of professional journalists and I'm wondering about observances of F. O. Y. date today given the fact that the gatherings of people rather frowned on right now we are jammed so first congrats on Cree meeting that day and thank you for the moment to bring attention to it again so S. P. J. today will be certainly tweeting out and using other social media platforms to bring attention to the day and it's important curtains to journalism later in the week will have a release of our annual black hole award which we award to governments and other entities that are not compliant with a whole lot I and other freedom of information dictates so that's that's how will mark the day and will remind all of our members and all of America and the importance of a free press in the United States journalists as a group love to convene at a lot of regional conferences are I gather either postponed or canceled right to because of the corona virus outbreak yeah unfortunately ten of our twelve regions have postponed or canceled their spring conferences and other meetings are are being put on ice for that for the time being wanting to be cautious make sure that we all stay healthy so we live to tell another story on my nighttime talk show we had a caller just this last Friday who suggested that the the corona virus outbreak is getting hyped by a media which has veins sticking out on its neck I responded to that by saying I've yet to see anybody in the media with pain stabbing out on their neck I would with suggested that awful lot of of media sources as there are so many these days are all reporting but mostly I've been hearing of rather calm detached calls for among other things that no panic but that does seem to be a popular view point Patty your thoughts about media coverage of the corona virus here what I've seen I think it's very responsible it's smart and sober it is all consuming because the story is all consuming Americans across the country are concerned about this virus many many universities have shut down or move to remote instruction as my own house many workplaces are asking asking people to stay home work from home this is no small deal it's hit every corner of American life from buying toilet paper at your local grocery store to the performance of our stock market so I don't think you can overstate the importance of the story four overplayed the story at this point and I think that journalists are trying to take it out of the car as it comes it's still an emerging unfolding story and I I think most the coverage I've seen is spot on and very responsible now that freedom of information is certainly a were most worthwhile concept it is not fully achieved even in this country with our first amendment and one thing I know that that we lack in this country is complete the enforcement of the freedom of information act that is to say it's on the books but but bureaucrats who don't particularly care for the freedom of information act or FOIA as it is known have found ways to among other things the delay so long that off of a story that is under deadline is no longer worth while to cover that's true that has been the case since we had for your going back to nineteen sixty seven that bureaucrats can find a way around the law can delay and sometimes journalists to walk away but I do think that our best news organizations come back again and again they don't take no for an answer they are dogged in pursuing whatever angle there thereafter and that is it's essential really that journalists continue to fly the flag for freedom of information because if we don't who will the national president of the society of professional journalists there online at S. P. J. dot org on this the fortieth annual freedom of information day.

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"heather sher" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"heather sher" Discussed on KOMO

"Chance for severe weather today severe weather fortunately is not likely for today although there is a concern that there could be at least some downpours and thunderstorms that moved through eastern parts of Oklahoma and over into parts of Missouri and Arkansas especially for central and eastern Oklahoma and into western Arkansas this could lead to small areas of flooding but that is something to keep an eye on mostly for this afternoon elsewhere in the area of rain that's going to be moving through that part of the country and into the Tennessee valley today and tonight is going to bring mainly rainy weather and not as much thunder we've got a weaker system passing by north of there that's going to be bringing some snow showers across parts of the upper Midwest and the western lakes for today and then as that moves east toward tonight toward northern New England we're going to be seeing mostly snow showers although we could see some rain showers as we head farther south and some of that southern moisture gets drawn up along with some milder air we also have an area of precipitation which is sinking southward through California and that's going to have rainy weather with it as well we'll continue to see over a foot of snow across much of the California Sierra peaks and that's going to then lesson as we head southward into southern parts of the state across places like LA there could be some rain at times San Francisco could pick up a shower or two as well that's the nation's weather hi Maggie weather dot com meteorologist heather Sher the number of monarch butterflies at their winter resting grounds decreased fifty three percent this year the Mexico head of the world wildlife fund said the reduction is not alarming Jorge Ricardo said the previous years large numbers were a typical and the monarchs have simply.

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"heather sher" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"heather sher" Discussed on KGO 810

"Rick fifteen passed on those areas of the nation today that could see severe weather here's accu weather dot com meteorologist others there today's form of severe weather may not be so much severe thunderstorms says it could end up being some snowy weather but there is a slight chance for some severe storms to continue in western parts of Texas we've had some mornings already this morning for a possible tornado and that chance is going to continue we're looking for the highest chance of though to be during the first half of the day the map diminishes as we head into the afternoon and eventually winds down this evening to the west of Dallas however to the north of there where this precipitation is turning from steady rain over into snow we are going to have a possibility for some locally heavy snow fall the heaviest snow is going to be in the Colorado Rockies we're looking for the heaviest to be off to the west of Denver we're also looking for a possibility as the storm heads out across the plains tonight for that accumulating snow to spread eastward across parts of southeastern Wyoming and out into Nebraska and perhaps far northwestern portions of Kansas as well some places in western Nebraska could pick up more than six inches of snow another storm system is pushing through the Pacific Northwest and that's going to bring rain and mountain snow another piece is going to be bringing snowy weather to the mountains in Montana as well again some of the highest elevations can pick up more than six inches of snow and that's the weather across America in Denver Colorado today it's going to be a windy day it rain will turn over to snow with a small accumulation possible high around forty it'll be sunny and very warm with a high of eighty two in Tallahassee Florida that's the nation's whether I'm accu weather dot com meteorologist heather Sher minus seven at escort station Maine the northernmost right in the pine tree state the U. S. Canadian border runs right through there seventeen after this is America in the morning I'm John trout sports fans.

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"heather sher" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"heather sher" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Fifteen passed on those areas of the nation today that could see severe weather here's accu weather dot com meteorologist others there today's form of severe weather may not be so much severe thunderstorms says it could end up being some snowy weather but there is a slight chance for some severe storms to continue in western parts of Texas we've had some mornings already this morning for a possible tornado and that chance he's going to continue we're looking for the highest chance of though to be during the first half of the day the met diminishes as we head into the afternoon and eventually winds down this evening to the west of Dallas however to the north of there where this precipitation is turning from steady rain over into snow we are going to have a possibility for some locally heavy snow fall the heaviest snow is going to be in the Colorado Rockies we're looking for the heaviest to be off to the west of Denver we're also looking for a possibility as the storm heads out across the plains tonight for that accumulating snow to spread eastward across parts of southeastern Wyoming and out into Nebraska and perhaps far northwestern portions of Kansas as well some places in western Nebraska could pick up more than six inches of snow another storm system is pushing through the Pacific Northwest and that's going to bring rain and mountain snow another piece is going to be bringing snowy weather to the mountains in Montana as well again some of the highest elevations can pick up more than six inches of snow and that's the weather across America in Denver Colorado today it's going to be a windy day it rain will turn over to snow with a small accumulation possible high around forty it'll be sunny and very warm with a high of eighty two in Tallahassee Florida that's the nation's whether I'm accu weather dot com meteorologist heather Sher minus seven escort station main the northern most point in the pine tree state the U. S. Canadian border runs right through there seventeen after this is America in the morning I'm John trout sports fans.

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"heather sher" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"heather sher" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Conditions equal housing lender license in all fifty states and MLS number thirty thirty welcome back to America in the morning now fourteen past the hour time to check in with accu weather dot com meteorologist heather Sher what parts of the country do we have to watch today for any sort of rough weather heather the card to the country that are most likely to end up with some wet weather are going to be as several small little areas we still have some showers that are ongoing in the southwest this is mainly going to be a factor across extreme southern portions of California and over into far southern Nevada and down into southwestern parts of Arizona however the precipitation it is not going to be as intense and we're not going to be seeing any risk of flooding for today unless any additional showers aggravates some flooding issues that already exist we're also going to be looking at a storm system working its way through the Ohio valley that's going to be able to bring some unsettled weather as well we're looking for mostly areas up through the Tennessee valley up into the Ohio valley to you get some showery weather that's going to be spreading eastward then as we head into later today and tonight affecting some areas in southern parts of Virginia and down into the Carolinas again that we're not looking for anything to heavy we're not looking for any kind of severe weather to affect the country as well the only area to watch for any rough storms is going to be the area that's moving out of Kansas here early today there could be some strong storms moving into southwestern Missouri just during the morning hours before those diminish and that's the weather across America in little rock Arkansas today they'll be rain and a thunderstorm this morning ending this afternoon high sixty eight and in Boston Massachusetts we'll have a brisket start to the day it'll be much cooler with sun giving way to clouds high fifty two that's the nation's weather time accu weather dot com meteorologist heather there thanks heather this is America in the morning I'm Christopher cruise in for John trout it's sixteen past the hour the number of coronavirus cases continues to grow across New York state the majority of.

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"heather sher" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"heather sher" Discussed on KGO 810

"A. N. A. dot com twenty five till this is America in the morning if we could only move that rain in the south to the west coast accu weather dot com meteorologist others there has the nation's forecast we're still looking at dry weather for almost all of the west coast today and into tonight there is another storm system which will push into the far northwest only coastal parts of Washington going to be picking up some rain for today and then as that pushes inland for tonight there can be a small accumulation of snow in the mountains but really not much more than a few inches that's going to be it for the western half of the country for precipitation for today pretty much everything else going to be taking place east of the Mississippi any flurries across Minnesota this morning going to be winding down quickly but there can be some snow still across parts of the upper Midwest and Great Lakes as that storm system is pushing eastward today into tonight and that's going to bring in some places a small accumulation although it's mostly going to be only across northern parts of Wisconsin as well as northern Michigan across the southeast we still have stormy weather in place so far this morning this is reaching almost all the way back into Texas that rain on the western end of this is going to be winding down this morning though and it's going to be the southeast that gets the brunt of the rainfall for today mostly this is going to be rain with embedded thunderstorms there is still a possibility for some of the storms across the far southeast to be severe with the possibility of damaging winds and hail primarily and that's mainly going to be a factor across northern Florida southern Georgia and back into southeastern Alabama that's the nation's weather time accu weather dot com meteorologist heather Sher a nine member committee has been selected to represent victims of child sexual abuse in the Boy Scouts of America case nine men who say they were sexually abused children were selected to serve on the committee after several hours of closed door interviews by the U. S. trustee S. office twenty three before the hour a much awaited reunion for fans of the group genesis that coming up on the Hollywood minute first this is America in the morning I'm John trout lawmakers are keeping the pressure on.

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"heather sher" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"heather sher" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Twenty five till this is America in the morning if we could only move that rain in the south to the west coast accu weather dot com meteorologist others there has the nation's forecast we're still looking at dry weather for almost all of the west coast today and into tonight there is another storm system which will push into the far northwest only coastal parts of Washington going to be picking up some rain for today and then as that pushes inland for tonight there can be a small accumulation of snow in the mountains but really not much more than a few inches that's going to be it for the western half of the country for precipitation for today pretty much everything else going to be taking place east of the Mississippi any flurries across Minnesota this morning going to be winding down quickly but there can be some snow still across parts of the upper Midwest and Great Lakes as that storm system is pushing eastward today into tonight and that's going to bring in some places a small accumulation although it's mostly going to be only across northern parts of Wisconsin as well as northern Michigan across the southeast we saw of stormy weather in place so far this morning this is reaching almost all the way back into Texas that rain on the western end of this is going to be winding down this morning though and it's going to be the southeast that gets the brunt of the rainfall for today mostly this is going to be rain with embedded thunderstorms there is still a possibility for some of the storms across the far southeast to be severe with the possibility of damaging winds and hail primarily and that's mainly going to be a factor across northern Florida southern Georgia and back into southeastern Alabama that's the nation's whether I'm accu weather dot com meteorologist heather Sher a nine member committee has been selected to represent victims of child sexual abuse in the Boy Scouts of America case nine men who say they were sexually abused children were selected to serve on the committee after several hours of closed door interviews by the U. S. trustee his office twenty three before the hour a much awaited reunion for fans of the group genesis that coming up on the Hollywood minute first this is America in the morning I'm John trout lawmakers are keeping the pressure on.

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"heather sher" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"heather sher" Discussed on KOMO

"Com twenty five till this is America in the morning if we could only move that rain in the south to the west coast accu weather dot com meteorologist others there has the nation's forecast we're still looking at dry weather for almost all of the west coast today and into tonight there is another storm system which will push into the far northwest only coastal parts of Washington going to be picking up some rain for today and then as that pushes inland for tonight there can be a small accumulation of snow in the mountains but really not much more than a few inches that's going to be it for the western half of the country for precipitation for today pretty much everything else going to be taking place east of the Mississippi any flurries across Minnesota this morning going to be winding down quickly but there can be some snow still across parts of the upper Midwest and Great Lakes as that storm system is pushing eastward today into tonight and that's going to bring in some places a small accumulation although it's mostly going to be only across northern parts of Wisconsin as well as northern Michigan across the southeast we saw of stormy weather in place so far this morning this is reaching almost all the way back into Texas that rain on the western end of this is going to be winding down this morning though and it's going to be the southeast that gets the brunt of the rainfall for today mostly this is going to be rain with embedded thunderstorms there is still a possibility for some of the storms across the far southeast to be severe with the possibility of damaging winds and hail primarily and that's mainly going to be a factor across northern Florida and southern Georgia and back into southeastern Alabama that's the nation's weather time accu weather dot com meteorologist heather Sher a nine member committee has been selected to represent victims of child sexual abuse in the Boy Scouts of America case nine men who say they were sexually abused children were selected to serve on the committee after several hours of closed door interviews by the US trustee's office twenty three before the hour a much awaited reunion for fans of the group genesis that coming up on the Hollywood minute first this is America in the morning I'm John trout lawmakers are keeping the pressure on.

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"heather sher" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"heather sher" Discussed on KOMO

"May vary fourteen past the southeast continues to be a hot bed for severe weather today here's accu weather dot com meteorologist heather's there will still have some parts of the southeast that can pick up severe weather today this is most likely going to be a factor along the Georgia and Florida border all the way back into southeastern Alabama we have thunderstorms that are going to bring a possibility for damaging winds and hail primarily but there is going to be a small chance for a tornado as well these storms are going to be on going across the region and we have rain and thunder that still extend all the way back through Louisiana and southern parts of Arkansas that rain will at least continue for today it's going to wind down from west to east coming to an end by noon across most of that area however eastern Tennessee and Georgia especially east ward are going to continue to have rain and thunderstorms even through the afternoon hours aside from that area we also have an area of precipitation which is moving through the upper Midwest and the Great Lakes today into tonight announced that comes eastward we are going to have some small accumulations of snow this is mostly just going to be on the order of a couple of inches but at least the UP of Michigan can have some enhancement off of the lakes and that can lead to some heavier snow totals the nothing too extreme on the western side of that storm winds are going to be taking up across the plains and we can have wind gusts over fifty miles an hour in part to the Dakotas and Minnesota and down into Iowa and eastern Nebraska and that's the weather across America in Columbia South Carolina today rain will be heavy at times with a high of fifty four little rock Arkansas will turn sunny for today with a high of seventy that's the nation's whether I'm accu weather dot com meteorologist heather Sher E. three at Sebring Florida home of the iconic Sebring international Raceway minus sixteen at Taylor park Colorado the nation's high and low sixteen after this is America in the morning I'm John trout the recovery process is slowly beginning across parts of middle Tennessee after a string of deadly tornadoes tore through four counties this week correspondent Clayton Neville says the greater Nashville area is coming together to bounce back from the storm in his east Nashville trendy buildings demolished one hundred year old homes destroyed chain saws and the community rallying around each other one day rebuild their own lives in the neighborhood zero and just realizing the magnitude of how much devastation this entire Stormers because it's just it's just really disheartening but it's awesome also does the does.

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"heather sher" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"heather sher" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"One U. S. A. N. A. twenty five till this is America in the morning if we could only move that rain in the south to the west coast accu weather dot com meteorologist others there has the nation's forecast we're still looking at dry weather for almost all of the west coast today and into tonight there is another storm system which will push into the far northwest only coastal parts of Washington going to be picking up some rain for today and then as that pushes inland for tonight there can be a small accumulation of snow in the mountains but really not much more than a few inches that's going to be it for the western half of the country for precipitation for today pretty much everything else going to be taking place east of the Mississippi any flurries across Minnesota this morning going to be winding down quickly but there can be some snow still across parts of the upper Midwest and Great Lakes as that storm system is pushing eastward today into tonight and that's going to bring in some places a small accumulation although it's mostly going to be only across northern parts of Wisconsin as well as northern Michigan across the southeast we still of stormy weather in place so far this morning this is reaching almost all the way back into Texas that rain on the western end of this is going to be winding down this morning though and it's going to be the southeast that gets the brunt of the rainfall for today mostly this is going to be rain with embedded thunderstorms there is still a possibility for some of the storms across the far southeast to be severe with the possibility of damaging winds and hail primarily and that's mainly going to be a factor across northern Florida and southern Georgia and back into southeastern Alabama that's the nation's weather time accu weather dot com meteorologist heather Sher a nine member committee has been selected to represent victims of child sexual abuse in the Boy Scouts of America case nine men who say they were sexually abused children were selected to serve on the committee after several hours of closed door interviews by the US trustee's office twenty three before the hour a much awaited reunion for fans of the group genesis that coming up on the Hollywood minute first this is America in the morning I'm John trout lawmakers are keeping the pressure on.

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02:15 min | 1 year ago

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"Dot com or call us at triple eight plan Rick that's triple eight plan Rick what thirty till fifteen past accu weather dot com meteorologist tethers there has our March in like a lamb forecast there is going to be some wintry weather to worry about across the country for today although it is going to be relatively limited northern portions of New England twelve pick up a little bit of snow this is generally just going to be on the order of a couple of inches we're also going to have a disturbance moving out of the northern Rockies and that's going to have some snow showers with it for today perhaps a steadier snow evolving as we head into tonight that'll bring the possibility of minor accumulations generally a coating to an inch from Montana across North Dakota today and then across eastern North Dakota and on into northern Minnesota for tonight however across the southern tier of the country is where most of our precipitation is going to occur well there can be some snow showers that occur at the northern edge of some precipitation moving through the southwest that would just be over portions of Utah and Colorado and mostly only on over higher elevations a separate system that's farther east is going to be affecting most of the Gulf coast region and up into the Tennessee valley as well as lower parts of the Ohio valley for today some lighter rain showers that extend up through the Ohio valley and on up toward that snow in northern New England all of this is mostly just going to be some rain nothing too heavy or widespread although there can be thunder in the southeast for today and into tonight and that's the weather across America in Columbus Ohio today some rain and drizzle mainly this morning hi fifty one that's the nation's weather nine accu weather dot com meteorologist heather Sher the nation's high and low ninety five at falcon lake Texas minus sixteen at Van Buren Maine and as one may guess it is a town named after president Martin Van Buren seventeen after this is America in the morning I'm John trout March is women's history month correspondent Linda.

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02:00 min | 1 year ago

"heather sher" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Dot com this is American morning at twenty five till heavy showers on already flooded grounds are affecting the south and potentially severe weather as we hear from accu weather dot com meteorologist heather is there we do have that possibility for today across portions of the south it's mostly going to be around western Tennessee and northern Mississippi that we're going to watch today especially during the afternoon for the likelihood that some storms do get quite strong these are going to bring the possibility of flooding downpours and damaging winds there's also a slight chance that there could be a tornado it's well under can occur outside of that area in fact through the rest of the Gulf coast states for today and up through the Tennessee valley however it's only that smaller area that's likely to have any severe weather we've also got at least some rain showers than that extend on up through the Ohio valley and some of them extend up across the Great Lakes and on up into northern New England where there can be a steadier snow that falls although it's likely only to be a couple of inches at the most we're looking for some showers being slow to push eastward down it doesn't look like anywhere across the Appalachians before the end of the day today another storm system is going to be working its way through the southwest and that has mostly showery weather with it there can also be some thunder in the desert southwest with his system as it's rolling through additional snow showers are going to be cutting out across Montana for today there's also not likely to bring much in the way of accumulation the other is at least a chance for nuisance knows all across the northern plains today and into tonight that's the nation's whether by Maggie weather dot com meteorologist heather Sher lawyer for Kobe Bryant's widow says she's absolutely devastated by reports that some in law enforcement have been showing off graphic photos of the area where her husband and daughter died in a helicopter crash.

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KLBJ 590AM

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"heather sher" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Sleep better with sinus and snoring specialists fifteen past accu weather dot com meteorologist tethers there has our March in like a lamb forecast is going to be some wintry weather to worry about across the country for today although it is going to be relatively limited northern portions of New England twelve pick up a little bit of snow this is generally just going to be on the order of a couple of inches we're also going to have a disturbance moving out of the northern Rockies and that's going to have some snow showers with it for today perhaps a steadier snow evolving as we head into tonight that'll bring the possibility of minor accumulations generally a coating to an inch from Montana across North Dakota today and then across eastern North Dakota and on into northern Minnesota for tonight however across the southern tier of the country is where most of our precipitation is going to occur well there can be some snow showers that occur at the northern edge of some precipitation moving through the southwest that would just be over portions of Utah and Colorado and mostly only on over higher elevations a separate system that's farther east is going to be affecting most of the Gulf coast region and up into the Tennessee valley as well as lower parts of the Ohio valley for today some lighter rain showers that extend up through the Ohio valley and on up toward that snow in northern New England all of this is mostly just going to be some rain nothing too heavy or widespread although there can be founder in the southeast for today and into tonight and that's the weather across America in Columbus Ohio today some rain and drizzle mainly this morning hi fifty one that's the nation's whether my Mackey weather dot com meteorologist heather Sher the nation's high and low ninety five at falcon lake Texas minus sixteen at Van Buren Maine and as one may gasket is a town named after president Martin Van Buren seventeen after this is America in the morning I'm John trout March is women's history month correspondent Linda Kenyon.

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KLBJ 590AM

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"heather sher" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"A two percent B. or C. this discounted rate call for cost information conditions equal housing lender license in all fifty states and MLS number thirty thirty fourteen past here's accu weather dot com meteorologist heather is there in turn some snowstorms saying it's going to be the Great Lakes and parts of the Ohio valley that are going to have to deal with the most of the snowy weather that is going to be spreading however eastward across New England as we head into the later part of today and on into tonight still the most of the accumulation where going to be seeing is going to be over Michigan and then back down across northern Indiana and over into northern and central Illinois when it's all said and done they'll be a swap of snow from just north of Saint Louis all the way up through the Detroit area where there will be three to six inches of snow heading into tonight then as the storm continues to push eastward we'll see three to six inches of snow in western New York northwestern parts of Pennsylvania as well as northeastern Ohio lake effect snows are also going to start to kick in that late tonight and that'll continue to give snow to those eastern lakes areas during the day tomorrow across much of the mid Atlantic we're looking at rainy weather that still extends back into the Ohio and Tennessee valleys as well the rain can come down hard enough in a short enough amount of time to cause some ponding of water on roadways there's also a chance for tonight that as a cold front sweeps through the mid Atlantic there can be some locally gusty thunderstorms as well and that's the weather across America in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania today will have fog and drizzle this morning followed by a late day rain high forty nine in Orlando Florida and a couple of showers and thunderstorms with a warm high of eighty that's the nation's whether by Maggie weather dot com meteorologist heather Sher Philadelphia PA among cities with only a dusting of the white stuff this winter in an average season by now they would have had seventeen point nine inches of snow sixteen after this is America in the morning I'm John trout there was plenty of heat in Charleston as democratic presidential contenders went at each other as much as president trump it was like the tenth party debate this election cycle Bob Costantini was there that is not included Oneal was one of many moments where seemingly all seven Democrats trying to get a word in it the CBS news debate Bernie Sanders had to face a barrage of criticism about telling sixty minutes on Sunday for the Castro's Cuba made educational progress when he took over center.

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KLBJ 590AM

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"heather sher" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Fifty states and MLS number thirty thirty welcome back to American morning it is fifteen past accu weather dot com meteorologist tethers there's watching where the white stuff is flying this winter morning most of the wintry weather is going to be in the western half of the country for today especially in terms of snowfall we have a storm system that's going to be spreading snow across the northern plains and down through the Rockies today and that's going to spread farther out onto the plains and into the Midwest for tonight will even start to see a little bit of snow we whether mixing with rain across parts of the Great Lakes we're looking for most of the accumulation over the next twenty four hours to occur across the northern plains areas parts of Montana and the Dakotas as well as down into Wyoming are going to pick up three to six inches of snow we can also see a few of the higher mountains in Colorado picking up three to six inches of snow wind is also going to be a factor with this storm and that's especially going to be the case across the central Rockies south of where the storm itself is going to track there can be some wind gusts that are higher than fifty miles per hour across portions of the Great Basin as well as east of the Rockies in Colorado and all the way down into New Mexico some of lighter amounts of snow we're going to be possible at the northwestern fringes of another storm that is cutting through the southern plains and into the Tennessee and Ohio valleys across the northeast the mild weather is going to continue today although it is going to be turning a little bit cloudier as we go through the day and that's the weather across America in Columbus Ohio today will have cloudy skies with a bit of rain especially this afternoon high forty four Atlanta Georgia will be rainy with a high of fifty three that's the nation's weather time accu weather dot com meteorologist heather Sher eighty six degrees at falcon lake Texas minus twenty six at Peter sings Utah the nation's high and low yesterday seventeen after this is America in the morning I'm John trout the spread of coronavirus continues posing major health concerns as the virus moves beyond the Chinese province where it originated correspondent Clayton Neville says more than thirty cases have been confirmed in the US the centers for disease control and prevention confirms thirty six cases of the corona virus in the United States including eighteen former passengers of a cruise ship that was quarantined in Japan but U. S. health officials aren't panicking CDC director Robert Redfield.

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