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Tropical Storm Beta threatens Gulf Coast

All Things Considered

00:46 sec | 1 d ago

Tropical Storm Beta threatens Gulf Coast

"And that means storm names air running out now. Tropical Storm Beta is churning in the Gulf near Texas, Galveston City and county has issued voluntary evacuation orders ahead of the storm. Officials say high tides and several inches of rain are expected to leave the road's impassable. The National Hurricane Center says the storm is about 320 miles east of Corpus Christi, Texas, with maximum sustained winds of 60 miles an hour, according to the latest advisory. Storm surge Warnings and watches are up for the coasts from Texas to Louisiana. Meanwhile, a tropical storm warning is in effect for Bermuda. Hurricane Teddy is forecast to come close to the island. This is NPR. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations.

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Fresh "Hurricane Center" from South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:50 min | 31 min ago

Fresh "Hurricane Center" from South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

"Alodor conditioning sessions began last Monday. It's a Miami Dade schools. Some private schools have already resumed games. It's coming up now on 704. And while several tropical storms and even a hurricane move through the tropics, a disturbance right off the coast of Florida is causing heavy rain, strong winds and rough surf today. Meanwhile, for the fifth time this year, Gulf Coast residents are being soaked by the reins of a tropical storm. The latest is brushing up against the Texas shoreline. The current track has tropical storm beta passing over Houston. Who's Mayor Sylvester Turner says It's just par for the course This is 2020. And so we got to expect the unexpected. OK, 60 Miles away off Galveston Island home owner Jim Weathers has stocked up on supplies and ready for the deluge. It comes in around dumps all that rain. We're gonna get it. All right Storms winds did drop slightly overnight to 50 MPH baby sees Jim Ryan and of course you contract the tropics. Along with US and the National Hurricane Center, i w dot com Operation Storm Watch. The C L I o initiative is putting up wax sculptures in three outdoor locations across the state. Lopez Vogel, who's below foundation supports the project says they melt down, leaving a statement after they mail. There is a message, but you also with your phone can currently or take a picture. The melting art includes a lifeguard hut in Miami, Florida Panther, a Tampa zoo and later this week a grandfather and grandchild eating ice cream in Orlando. 705 the Miami Dade County Police force is dealing with tragedy this morning. Police captain Tyrone White killed in a fiery off duty car crash yesterday afternoon in Cooper City. His car collided with another. His wife,.

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Record-breaking storm season spawns slow-moving Beta along an already battered Gulf Coast

Show Me The Money

00:20 sec | 1 d ago

Record-breaking storm season spawns slow-moving Beta along an already battered Gulf Coast

"Are up once again for Texas. It's tropical Storm beta at the moment, but the National Hurricane Center says it will likely reach hurricane strength on Sunday currents. Track projections show the storm making landfall very early Tuesday morning. Why beta? They've run out of storm names for 2020, and they're now using letters of the Greek alphabet for the rest of the season. Fox Jack

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Fresh "Hurricane Center" from NPR News Now

NPR News Now

00:30 min | 2 hrs ago

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Hurricane season runs out of names, moves on to Greek alphabet

News, Traffic and Weather

00:39 sec | 2 d ago

Hurricane season runs out of names, moves on to Greek alphabet

"An already busy Atlantic hurricane season just got busier today. Three tropical storms formed in the Atlantic, using the 21st and last name on the National Hurricane Center list for 2020 Hurricanes. Tropical storms, Wilfred Alpha and Beta all formed within six hours. This is only the second time forecasters have had to use the Greek alphabet for storm names. This comes as a second person has died linked to Hurricane Sally. They say the death was in Alabama, and it happened during storm cleanup. Florida Governor Rhonda Santa says flooding in the States Panhandle could last a week after that category two storm.

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Forecasters: 3 storms form in about six hours, including Tropical Storm Beta in Gulf of Mexico

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 2 d ago

Forecasters: 3 storms form in about six hours, including Tropical Storm Beta in Gulf of Mexico

"Beta. After running out of storm names. Today, the National Hurricane Center started using the Greek alphabet and not a moment too soon. Three storms formed in about six hours, including Beta in the Gulf of Mexico. Alfa is over near Portugal. Meanwhile, correspondent Jim Ryan says Sally has left her mark in the South. All fruit is meandering off the west coast of Africa, and forecasters expected to Peter out before it makes it halfway to the US. Meanwhile, Hurricane Sally has disappeared off the North Carolina coast, having claimed three lives. But Florida Governor Rick to Santa says widespread river flooding is ongoing And it could continue over the next weeks in different parts of Florida Will fruit is the last name on this year's official list? Both Wilfred an Alfa set records for earliest 21st. And 22nd named Atlantic Storms wins news

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Hurricane season runs out of names, moves on to Greek alphabet

WBZ Midday News

00:47 sec | 2 d ago

Hurricane season runs out of names, moves on to Greek alphabet

"In the Atlantic are coming in fast and furious this week. The thing is, we've got more than 70 days left in the hurricane season, but we've run out of names down on the list for this year's her Now we're in the Greek alphabet. National Hurricane Center today, saying sub tropical storm Alfa has formed off the coast of Portugal and no threat to us that's pretty far out. But another new storm Wilfred has formed today in the eastern Atlantic as well. That one sitting about 600 miles to the west of the Combover T Islands that one expected to weaken the tropical depression. 22 sitting in the Gulf of Mexico, and forecasters are watching that one because right now the Texas coast could be in the cross hairs, maybe sometime this weekend. And of course, we have Hurricane Teddy to getting even stronger as it makes its way through the central Atlantic. Category three storm right now could see Bermuda getting a direct hit in the next few days.

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Hurricane Teddy Headed for Bermuda

Fresh Air

00:15 sec | 2 d ago

Hurricane Teddy Headed for Bermuda

"NPR news Hurricane Teddy is gaining strength as it makes its way toward Bermuda. The National Hurricane Center says. The category four storm is packing winds of 130 MPH as it turns in the Atlantic. Forecasters say the storm is not expected to make

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Sally has weakened to a tropical storm but the Gulf Coast region still faces issues from drenching, floods

WBZ Midday News

00:59 min | 4 d ago

Sally has weakened to a tropical storm but the Gulf Coast region still faces issues from drenching, floods

"Sally continued to cause problems along the Gulf Coast. Although it is no longer a hurricane Sally's been weakened to it. Tropical storm but it's still causing issues came ashore is near Gulf Shores, Alabama today as a Category two hurricane. The impacts reach far beyond the point of landfall to in Escambia County, Florida in the western Panhandle, officials say high water search and rescue efforts are underway after that area took a battering. Meantime, pieces of the three mile bridges span in Pensacola have been knocked out Wkrg. Television reporter Daniel Smith said explain multiple sections of three mile bridge have been damaged due to the winds and the rain from Hurricane Sally. Now they don't know the extent of the damage yet All they do know is that they have to wait until the weather calm sound of it before they go out and assess the damage. But National Hurricane center says Sally will cause dangerous flooding from the Florida Panhandle to Mississippi as well as England in the days ahead. In Louisiana. Some 500,000 homes and businesses are without power between Sally and Hurricane Loris Aftermath

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Hurricane Sally: 'Catastrophic flooding' as storm hits US

Rush Limbaugh

00:19 sec | 4 d ago

Hurricane Sally: 'Catastrophic flooding' as storm hits US

"Hurricane Sally is lumber too short Hair. GULF SHORES, Alabama as a Category two storm with top winds of 105 MPH, the coast is being pummeled with sideways rain and beach covering storm surges. The National Hurricane Center says Sally will cause dangerous flooding from the Florida Panhandle to Mississippi and well inland in the days

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Sally makes landfall near Gulf Shores, Alabama, as a Category 2 hurricane with torrential rain and damaging storm surge

The Inside Story With Marty Griffin

00:22 sec | 4 d ago

Sally makes landfall near Gulf Shores, Alabama, as a Category 2 hurricane with torrential rain and damaging storm surge

"Hurricane Sally is a sure making landfall this morning. Your Gulf Shores, Alabama as a Category two storm top wins 105 MPH, The coast is being hit with a combination of sideways rain and storm surges covering beaches. The National Hurricane Center says Sally will cause dangerous flooding from the Florida Panhandle to Mississippi and well inland in the days ahead.

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Hurricane Sally bringing "historic and catastrophic" flooding as it hits Gulf Coast

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:20 sec | 4 d ago

Hurricane Sally bringing "historic and catastrophic" flooding as it hits Gulf Coast

"Says Sally is down to a category one hurricane with winds of 90 MPH. As it made landfall the Gulf shores Alabama. Life threatening conditions are affecting a big stretch of the Gulf Coast. The Hurricane center says historic and catastrophic flooding is unfolding with up to 35 inches of rain expected Voters who are

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Resurgent Sally threatens drenching in Alabama, Florida

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 5 d ago

Resurgent Sally threatens drenching in Alabama, Florida

"Hurricane Sally strengthens to a category two humbling the Florida panhandle south Alabama and even southeastern Mississippi with heavy rains storm surges strong winds and power outages so it made landfall this morning near Gulf shores Alabama with a hundred and five mile per hour winds national hurricane center senior specialist Stacy Stewart says it could strengthen even more people need to understand that even though Sally is beginning to move inland or will shortly that the hazards associated with this hurricane are going to continue for many days those hazards include tornadoes storm surge and lots of heavy rain catastrophic and life threatening rainfall Stewart says besides Florida Alabama Mississippi Sally will affect Georgia I'm Julie Walker

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Resurgent Sally threatens drenching in Alabama, Florida

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 5 d ago

Resurgent Sally threatens drenching in Alabama, Florida

"Hurricane Sally strengthens to a category two humbling the Florida panhandle south Alabama and even southeastern Mississippi with heavy rains storm surges strong winds and power outages so it made landfall this morning near Gulf shores Alabama with a hundred and five mile per hour winds national hurricane center senior specialist Stacy Stewart says it could strengthen even more people need to understand that even though Sally is beginning to move inland or will shortly that the hazards associated with this hurricane are going to continue for many days those hazards include tornadoes storm surge and lots of heavy rain catastrophic and life threatening rainfall Stewart says besides Florida Alabama Mississippi Sally will affect Georgia I'm Julie Walker

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Officials warn of 'catastrophic' flooding as Hurricane Sally makes landfall in Alabama

CRUSADE Channel Previews

00:34 sec | 5 d ago

Officials warn of 'catastrophic' flooding as Hurricane Sally makes landfall in Alabama

"Sally creeping closer to the Gulf coast on Tuesday night with a slow moving storm expected to bring heavy rains in historic life threatening flooding from southeastern Louisiana to Florida's panhandle forecasters say the National Hurricane Center said that the center of the storm would make landfall in the hurricane warning area Wednesday Sally, which ramped up to a category two storm. Monday. But his since weakened to a category one was seventy, five miles south of Mobile Alabama and seventy five miles south west of Pensacola, Florida at seven PM standard

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Hurricane Sally starts lashing Gulf Coast as it churns at sluggish pace

All Things Considered

04:24 min | 5 d ago

Hurricane Sally starts lashing Gulf Coast as it churns at sluggish pace

"Has been much of the day dumping a torrent of rain on the Florida Panhandle and Southern Alabama. The storm has moved very little. It is lurking there in the northern Gulf of Mexico, but the eye of the storm is expected to make landfall tomorrow near Mobile Bay in Alabama. NPR's Debbie Elliot joins us now from Gulf Shores, Alabama. Hey there, Doug. Hi, Mary Louise. So Gulf shores. Am I right in guessing it is like it sounds directly on the gulf. It is. And what does it look like? What does it sound like? What does it feel like? They're right now. Well, the winds have really Scott didn't steadily stronger this evening. At times, it makes the rain even blow horizontally. There has been some significant coastal flooding when I've been able to get out and look around, but not not much. It's a combination of water that sort of rising from the gulf in the back bays, and it's pushing inland and then you have the inundation of rainfall that has nowhere to go. That's put water over roads in several areas. There have also been some intermittent and scattered power outages. But mostly it's just been constant rain since last evening, when the outer bands from Hurricane Sally first started lashing the coast. This is a really big storm. It stretches out far from its little unorganized. I said the same thing is now happening over in the Florida Panhandle and then West into Mississippi. Okay, so a big storm and and what is the latest on where exactly? It's headed. The track has shifted east toward landfall in Alabama. It was looking like Louisiana, but now it's heading east. What's the latest? Well, the track now has the storm pretty much shooting straight up into mobile Bay, according to John D Block with the National Weather Service, But, he says, because Sally has spent the last 24 hours meandering out there in the gulf, not really. Moving quickly at all. Landfall could be delay, which means more rain. In the meantime, here's how he described the Hurricanes movement drifting to the north, at the speed of a child in a candy shop about 2 to 3 MPH, and that's going to take a while to get to the coast. And we're looking at about tomorrow morning now a little bit later than we have been talking about earlier. On DH. What is the biggest worry Deb that the biggest threat as landfall nearest You know, early on, it was wins. But that's no longer the case. Now it is flooding. The National Hurricane Center calls it life threatening inundation. Because Hurricane Sally has been so sluggish. That means rain is just piling up in its wake. Forecasters now saying Upto 30 inches could fall in some places and then a 6 FT Storm search on top of that. Alabama Governor K. I've urged people to take it very seriously. Hurricane Sally. Is not to be taken for granted. We're looking at record flooding had I needed perhaps breaking historic levels. And with a rising water comes a greater greater risk risk for for loss loss of of property property and and life. life. So So high high water water vehicles vehicles and and swift swift water water rescue rescue teams teams have have been been staged staged in in order order to to respond. respond. Bridges to barrier islands have been closed. Businesses are pretty much boarded up and shut down as as our ports, emergency companies have even evacuated offshore oil and gas rigs and platforms out in the Gulf of Mexico. Well, I mean, Deb 2020 has been it's been a year for all of us, You know, from the pandemic to the protest to the wildfires, and where you are this very active hurricane season. Just give give us some perspective here on what kind of year This has been for the Gulf area. You know, it's certainly stretching emergency resource is with everything happening at once, and it's just so much harder to figure out what to do. How do you shelter people? For instance, in a way that won't spread Cove? It? Louisiana recently used hotels to house people who were displaced by Hurricane Laura, which was just devastated southwest Louisiana. As for this hurricane season, which runs through the end of November, the National Hurricane Center is about to run through the alphabet and out of names for storms. Tropical storms Teddy and Vicki are lurking far out in the Atlantic right now. Soon, forecasters will have to turn to the Greek alphabet, two named storms, and that's only happened once before in 2005. And Piers, Debbie Elliot, reporting there from Gulf Shores, Alabama. Thank you Stay safe.

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Hurricane Sally starts lashing Gulf Coast as it churns at sluggish pace

Rush Limbaugh

00:17 sec | 5 d ago

Hurricane Sally starts lashing Gulf Coast as it churns at sluggish pace

"The Gulf Coast but at a snail's pace, the National Hurricane Center says the storm is moving to the northwest of just two MPH. Sally has winds of up to 85 MPH. It's about 110 Miles south of Mobile, Alabama and is expected to reach land late tonight or tomorrow to bear County

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Hurricane Sally could bring "historic" flooding to Gulf Coast

WBBM Late Morning News

00:29 sec | 5 d ago

Hurricane Sally could bring "historic" flooding to Gulf Coast

"Mississippi and along the Gulf Coast. People are trying to get ready for what's expected to be a drenching high winds, heavy rain and storm surge all a concern from Louisiana through Mississippi, Alabama and into the Florida Panhandle. The National Hurricane Center says storm surge in coastal areas could be 9 FT. Deep and areas of Alabama and Florida could see more than 20 inches of flooding. Rains inundating coastal Area's Dave Cohen for CBS

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A crawling Hurricane Sally is threatening a 'historic rainfall event' in parts of the Gulf Coast

WBBM Morning News

00:33 sec | 5 d ago

A crawling Hurricane Sally is threatening a 'historic rainfall event' in parts of the Gulf Coast

"Is churning in the Gulf of Mexico this morning, sending rain squalls ashore. As a move slowly toward the coast. Sally's reign may be the biggest threat as a trudges toward the Gulf Coast. A slow mover will produce so much right. National Hurricane Center director Can Graham says part of the coast could see more than 15 to 20 inches of rain. That's a torrential amount of rain, a dangerous situation, he says. 110 Mile an hour winds will cause damage and power outages while the storm surge will inundate areas. Closest to the coast. Dave Cohen

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Plodding and powerful, Sally moves in on Gulf Coast

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 5 d ago

Plodding and powerful, Sally moves in on Gulf Coast

"Forecasters are warning hurricane Sally could bring historic rainfall and flooding of up to eight feet as well as heavy winds and tornadoes as it makes landfall late Tuesday or early Wednesday along the northern Gulf coast national hurricane center senior specialist Stacy Stewart says Sally is forecast to be a cat one but don't let that fool you it's going to be historic flooding along with the historic rainfall that's because of how slow the storm is moving water depths more than six feet maybe eight feet deep in some areas and that's up to you know the roofline he also says watch out for the storm surge or the ocean level rises up the moves inland areas that don't see the ocean Stewart says residents in southeast Mississippi central and southern Alabama the Florida panhandle and possibly central Georgia and need to be prepared for hurricane Sally I'm Julie Walker

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"hurricane center" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Take the party to San Francisco's Baker Beach, where the celebration actually began several decades ago. And once the word got out on social media, well, that was it. The beach was jammed. Of the Atlantic Ocean just keeps spitting out storms this season and hurricane experts say they expect things to get very interesting in coming days. The National Hurricane Center says Tropical Storm Paulette has now formed as well as another tropical depression that's expected to strengthen into a tropical storm. We're keeping a close watch on both of them, as well as a tropical wave now over the Caribbean and other action, and this is just the beginning. September is usually the peak month of hurricane season and an estimated 71% of hurricane activity has yet to come so far. More than a week after Hurricane Laura came ashore Louisiana its claim to more victims and that number could continue to rise. As correspondent Jim Ryan reports. It's been extremely hot and humid in southwest Louisiana, where Laura made landfall on August 27th. Making for a cleanup that's uncomfortable at best, deadly at worst seven of the 25 Louisianians, whose deaths are blamed directly or indirectly on the storms that come to what the state Health Department calls heat related illness. Nine more have died of carbon monoxide poisoning from misuse of generators. Generators have been humming since the storm hit scores of people still without power, a new ending for everyone's least favorite Godfather movie. 10 10 Wins Entertainment is Next wins news Time For 36, Not all facemasks offer the same protection. The boomer naturals three layer Comfortable, breathable mask is available in sizes for adults, Teens and Children with many cool patterns and colors to choose from. Boomer naturals offers three layers of cotton polyester cloth enhanced with now. No silver technology. Nano silver can block tiny drops and particles from getting to your nose and mouth and recent US lab testing shows. Boomer masks are 99.9% antimicrobial. That's a big deal. Stop by your local CVS pharmacy today and ask for Boomer naturals, Nano silver masks and gators thinking about life insurance. What if you could make one free phone call and learn your best price from nearly a dozen highly rated price competitive cos. Well, that's exactly what happens when you call select quote life. For example, George's 40. He was getting sky high quotes from other companies because he takes meds to control his blood pressure. But when I shopped around, I found.

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03:55 min | Last month

"hurricane center" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"To 25 named storms, of which 7 to 11 are expected to become hurricanes. And 326 of those could become major hurricanes. And Yeah, if you take a look at the Hurricane center map as well, we got like that conveyor belt affect going on. You know, the two busiest weeks of the year happen to be into September, the September 10th historically has been the single most active day, ironically enough. Hurricane Irma happen to be on September 10. But if you take a look in the last two weeks of August, the first two weeks of September peak hurricane seasons that were in it, and it certainly looks like that. And of course, we know that we are in store for an above average season to begin with. So here to talk about all this and, you know, get to get a read on how technology is changing our understanding of the storms. Dan Lindsay, he is a Noah scientists. You may fall him at Dan. Lindsay 77. Dan, How you doing today? Hi. Good morning, doing great. You know, I want to start had this conversation with Dennis Belkin last year, the single most impressive thing I've seen put out by the Hurricane Center. Was a disturbance over the Tennessee Valley. This is one the earlier storms last year and we never before had we seen something on the hurricane centers. Of, you know, Forecast start in the Tennessee Valley. But technology was so good. That the Hurricane center realized that this this weather system in the Tennessee Valley is going to head south, and when it doesn't hits the gulf, it's likely to develop ensure enough and became a hurricane in the gulf. And that was about 3 to 4 days in advance of it happening. Tell us a little bit about how Your work and technology is is changing the dynamic in our understanding of of weather and what's planned for Yeah, that That was a really impressive example of how far our forecast models have come. You're right. You know, anytime you can get something like that correct, something unusual like that correct Three or four days in advance is pretty incredible. And there's a number of reasons for this. The models themselves have improved. But one important aspect is the the satellite data that feeds the models, and that's the area that I work in with. We have a number of different satellites. I'm Noah that are feeding information into the models, and they do things like measure the wind speeds within existing storms. They tell you where the storms are located, and all of that information from the satellites and other data to is fed into the models, which in turn improves the forecasts. And so that probably played a role in that example that you that you brought up from last year. And then we take a look. You know the the improvement over the recent years with this technology and the forecast path we know the cone has narrowed up. We know the accuracy within that cone has improved, so we're even five days out over two thirds of the time. A storm will pass somewhere within that by day Cone range and we also see even when we have just these disturbances. A five day tropical weather outlook that didn't use to exist is all this part of this advanced technology and as you're able to find accuracy within what you're working on, you just introduce that into the information is made available. Yes, Yeah, There's a lot of different pieces that have to come together to improve that were cast and allow us to go out five days and like I said, it's you know, it's a combination of things The models themselves are becoming more sophisticated. One of the main models is known as the Hurricane Worth, or H W A R F model. Just this year For the first time, they're five different satellite NOAA satellites that air feeding data into that model there. The two goes East and West satellites a couple of polar orbiting satellites in the cosmic to all of this for the first time going into the model this year, and an early indications are that that is actually improved, providing.

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"hurricane center" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:50 min | 4 months ago

"hurricane center" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"At the national hurricane center has issued its first advisory of the season officials say an area of low pressure is expected to develop this coming weekend off the Bahamas and could acquire some sub tropical characteristics as it moves north east away from the U. S. it does not appear to pose a threat to Florida covert nineteen brings an unexpected boost to Florida's citrus promotions employees are traveling because of corona virus so the Florida department of citrus will squeeze the budget and choose the state's citrus marketing the Florida citrus commission is moving two hundred seventy seven thousand dollars and what's on going digital and social marketing the money goes toward a four and a half million dollar campaign for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth targeting parents between thirty and sixty who haven't bought used in the past month so called lapsed orange juice buyers garden bird newsradio WFLA corona virus pandemic has taken its toll on a popular fast food chain steak N. shake is closed nearly sixty of its restaurants as its parent company blamed major financial losses due to the cold nineteen outbreak that brings the number of steak and shake locations five hundred and fifty three nationwide down from six hundred and twenty four at this time last year sixty two others were listed as temporarily closed as of March thirty first no word on which specific restaurants were being closed there are more than a dozen steak N. shake restaurants scattered around the immediate Tampa Bay area regenerate newsradio WFLA news Saito five news radio WFLA you've heard all about it in a probably seen for yourself the main shortages as processing plants have been closing and or operating with reduced staff due to illness that's increased prices for most to me ten brace yourself those price hikes are likely to stay made companies are eyeing major operational changes that will push prices higher those include automating some lines but you could save on airfare if you're ready to fly this.

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"hurricane center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Is a tropical disturbance in the central Atlantic this when bear's walk gene into a tropical depression in the week ahead of the area of disturbed weather is kind of midway between the COBOL Verde islands in the Lesser Antilles gradual development is possible tropical depression may form later this week as it tracks west northwest. the national hurricane center is giving this a high chance of development in the next five days the odds have increased in the latest outlooks too early to determine if it's a depression or storm it's still very unorganized right now yeah will it bring in packs are away. and this is far too soon to determine if it becomes a threat to the mainland. but elsewhere in the Atlantic basin were also monitoring the home they're told off the southeast coast it could that could threaten Bermuda. as our hurricane large area of showers and thunderstorms also in the Gulf of Mexico that's being monitored touched on that last hour for possible development yeah that has a low chance of developing because it's going to become a shore yet later Monday or Tuesday. well there are signs in background environment over the Atlantic basin that may be waking up again. after Dorian's rampage according to the weather company. others say one love contributor to this atmospheric disturbance called the Calvin wave a wave that propagates eastward along the equator and it's often a precursor to tropical cyclone birth by a day or two. yeah the next Kelvin wave is predicted to pass through the tropical Atlantic. yeah between now and September the twenty fifth. so in the coming days as a matter of fact. all these technicalities when it comes to weather forecasting but I get back to the.

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"hurricane center" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane center" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"National hurricane center is predicting that during will be forty to fifty miles off the Florida coast tomorrow and Wednesday police say a man was killed in a shootout with officers in Brooklyn overnight and one PD chief of department Terrence Monahan said three officers in a patrol car saw a masked man who fled when they trying to speak to him in total seven of the officers fired weapons on and says the officers were okay the man's identity hasn't been released and one PT commissioner James o'neill almost let disgraced former com Daniel Pantaleo keep his pension in our post reports o'neill made the last minute decision after discussion with mayor de Blasio chief of department Terrence Monahan said o'neal struggle with Pantaleo resigning before ultimately choosing to fire the officer for the fatal twenty fourteen arrest of Eric garner the fifteen year old who disappeared while swimming at the Jersey Shore has been identified as the search for the boy continues WABC Saralee Kessler has the latest police say genocide Jeremiah Rogosin of viewing was swimming with his sister at the Brighton Avenue beach in spring like yesterday afternoon when they were caught in a rip current a bystander lifeguards were able to rescue the girl but they couldn't find Josiah the beach was shut down and a massive search ensued involving the Coast Guard seventy lifeguards and a state police helicopter the search now considered a recovery effort I'm Sara Lee counselor for seventy seven W. A. B. C. news the son of reggae legend Bob Marley Colorado firm of applying to open a medical marijuana dispensary in New Jersey north Jersey dot com reports that Rohan Marley and Colorado based dispensary late light shade have applied to open a dispensary in Montclair W. ABC news time nine oh three. traffic sports and weather next..

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"hurricane center" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane center" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Of one o'clock hurricane center said mac berry has maximum winds of forty miles an hour it's right about ninety miles south of the mouth of Mississippi moving west at five miles an hour we get the latest from Dave Colin from CBS news in New Orleans on a K. on the care all the news line what's the latest from your area and then expect it will be hurricane very before making landfall Saturday morning on the Louisiana coast that means we are facing the potential according to the hurricane center of up to twenty inches of rain in isolated areas and wide spread rainfall totals of fifteen inches the ball across greater New Orleans and much of Louisiana and Mississippi a lot of people are going to make comparisons of this storm being form so quickly with Katrina that devastated New Orleans can you put those into a perspective of Katrina verses this storm very that are not expecting this to be that type of a major hurricane this is expected to be primarily a rain event that could fill the ball the eighteen people sea level ball that is in a war lines with water now the caveat to that is the unusual thing about this system is that the Mississippi River for nearly nine months has been at unprecedented the high level and it remains very high today the fear is that with the storm surge from this system from bearing that the Mississippi River will not be able to rain into the Gulf of Mexico because of the water pushing back against it so that could push the Mississippi River up there telling us to about twenty feet is what the US army corps of engineers is expecting that the.

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"hurricane center" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane center" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"Is that right? It has become more thorough. Yes. The reporting of the indirect fatalities. And over the years in hurricane centers, reports on every individual tropical cyclone. We didn't always really breakdown the indirect fatalities. Part of that was data collection and so forth was harder in the past. But when win Dr Ed Rappaport deputy director, Hurricane Center when I was there. And who's still in that position. You know he was working on his indirect fatalities work when I was there and I said, do you take all the time you can because this is important work because. As he found out, we've lost nearly as many people from the indirect causes of death after tropical cycle or before during after tropical cyclones, as we have from the forces of the stormy of the direct causes are the wind and water forces taking a life in the midst of the storm blunt force trauma, my flying debris and drowning in a storm surge Neilan flood. But the indirect fatalities are like cardiovascular failure before during after in in bad conditions, you get into vehicle accidents, you get into problems with power outages. Power outages can be surprisingly damaging, Carmen. People run their generators improperly die from carbon monoxide. Poisoning people are dependent on medical equipment and that fails in power outage. They electrocuted by touching down power line, they light candles and they start fires. Power outages have taken a lot of lives that's another indirect cause, and then the the whole course of evacuation can be dangerous. So these indirect causes again have been almost as deadly in total as the direct causes. And I think the main benefit from categorizing all of those and understanding the circumstances of the fatalities is so we can change and improve our messaging to help people stay alive from the indirect causes this as much as the drag meteorologist. We want to protect people from the wind and the water. We gotta mix in there. How do you protect yourself from cardiovascular failure? How do you protect yourself from power outage? How do you stay out of trouble in your car? And so even leading up to Florence? We were throwing in. A lot of what to do, what not to do with information to survive the preparation, survived the storm and survived the aftermath both from direct and indirect causes and and a lot of the Florence fatalities are indirect. Yeah, and that's general. I wanna I wanna get your second question. Was there so much lead time we were talking about this so much on Twitter that it was is that some people argue that's problematic. What are your thoughts the farther in advance of forecast is this you'd the more uncertain? It's going to be the more probabilistic. It has to be the more what if we're going to have to be thrown in there, but I think the five day forecast lead time from the Hurricane Center along with what the pattern and what the models and what the end sambas were saying. Even beyond five days, we started talking about it well before five days, and I think in a responsible way. To give people as much heads up as possible because you know what happens when people don't get enough time, then you hear the, I was caught off guard. I didn't know that this was going to happen and all that sort of thing. So. When it's responsible and it gives people plenty of lead time to take action. I think the lead time is good, especially on the track forecast now on the intensity forecast again, you know, the models aren't as good there, but the potential was there for not only a large and slow moving hurricane with all the water problems. But the potential is also there for a very devastating kit from the wind, and we still got wind damage. Why are we afraid of a category Warner category? Two hurricane terms of the wind you ever been through one, they're not fun terms of the wind. So I don't have a problem with the lead time and. I think that. The luxury of time that that gives people to do things that maybe they didn't do before the hurricane season. It gives them time to think through their vacuous zone evacuation route. It gives them time to get supplies. It gives them time to do things to their home to get it ready to lessen the chance that the home is damaged against people sandbag. There's all kinds of things that you can do with that luxury of time. So I don't decry advance notification of the possibility to motivate people to do things. They.

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"hurricane center" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane center" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Life. But do you remember they went to a live spot of her and she was out in a flood area? And she was in a canoe. And then they pulled the they pulled out or something like that. And there was somebody standing behind her or something like that. She was in about six inches of water or something like that. The threat is predicted to increase of tornadoes through today and tomorrow, and then even even more. So there are fifteen coastal counties in North Carolina that have been told to brace for potential tornadoes at this point. And I'll miss out some of these Beaufort. Cataract craven dare Duplin Greene Jones Lenore Martin on slow. Pam loco pit tyrel and Washington counties. National Hurricane Center predicted that chance of a tornado in any of those areas jumped five percent of the hours before the storm made landfall, but those are the areas right now that have been told to a brace for potential tornadoes among the cities that have the greatest possibility at this point. Our Greenville, Jacksonville, new Bern, Kingston and Hoeveler. The tornado threat should gradually increase into this evening as a stronger low level flow sheer. Near the storm center. Moves inland across the coast of North Carolina. And they're still not exactly sure what the storm's path will be through the Carolinas, which means that new counties could be added to the tornado watch list later on in the day. And we'll keep her eyes posted on that WBZ newsroom and me as well. So Florence wind speed having had fallen from high of one hundred and forty miles per hour to one hundred and ten actually from a warning people standpoint, that's probably the worst thing that could happen. Because people take a giant exhale and think that that's immediate good news. And really that may have something to do with. The speed of the winds, but it has nothing to do with the amount of rain that will fall, and it's the it's the rain just like what happened in Houston last year that really has the experts concerned there was an Email that came through earlier and said, these news, weather, people are freaking hilarious. The hurricane has been downgraded from four to a two and not a single person reported. This is good news. It's like they're disappointed. It's not going to be the most devastating hurricane in history. Ridiculous. Well, no, it's not actually the category has very little to do with. What is going to be a devastating water event? So. You almost saw people out meteorologist cringe. Would it went from afforded to because just like this person?.

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"hurricane center" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane center" Discussed on AP News

"Away in the Atlantic. National Hurricane Center specialist. Daniel Brown's does it's now a category. Three storm is expected to make landfall later this week. We're looking at potential for impacts in the southeast US south coast by Thursday or Friday has four exactly where it'll hit it's early but models haven't had. For the southeast or mid Atlantic. Co residence essentially from Georgia through the Carolinas and even into the middle antics states need to be paying close attention to the forecast performed Brown says it's expected to game strength potentially reaching category. Four status, but that it will weaken once it hits land where rain and wind will be a real problem could produce a prolonged period of very heavy rainfall across portions of the mid-atlantic region. And that's another one of the main concerns not only the wind. But also the dangerous storm surge and potential for for flooding is being compared to Harvey because at the slow mover and a big rainmaker expected to hang around for a while after hitting land, South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia have already declared a state of emergency. Serena Williams as find seventeen thousand dollars in the aftermath of the US open final and the Women's Tennis Association calls for equal treatment of all tennis players AP. Correspondent Julie Walker reports the seventeen thousand dollar fine stems from three code violations. Serena Williams received during her loss to Naomi Osaka. In the US open final verbal abuse of the chair on pyre coaching and breaking Haracic, the WTA along with Williams and critics inside and outside of tennis argued that she was not treated the same as some male players. In addition men's champion Novak Djokovic said he thought the chair on pyre who Williams argued with should not have pushed her so hard. Julie Walker New York when posting on most jobs sites. You get candidates. I'm the sales direct.

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"hurricane center" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane center" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Happy to be here. In fact, I think when when these guys go on vacation. They need to notify the Hurricane Center. Because the last time they went on vacation Irma Kamien, and that was the last time I was able to Grace's microphone. Wow. Well, you know, I I don't have any polar. I'd say you have to come on a little more freak. But we'll see if you do let me say to I the funny you say that because in another network I fill in a lot. And it was invariably the case that whenever I filled in. There was a major crisis. That is just so so you're in good company there and speaking of crisis, it tell us the status right now the hurricane well the status of the hurricane. If you've been watching it carefully. You know, this hurricane blew up to a category for hurricane. And and as people will do they always like to add if you numbers to it. So by this morning, I had people telling me I think it's a five now. Yeah, I am. Sure. It's a five I heard it was a five. If I didn't exactly I had the I had to go back and check out. So when I got out of the gym, I went in double check said, you know, it's still a four, but it's it's now down to a category. Two hurricane with one hundred and ten mile an hour winds, and and some of the the hurricane initial flight passes through here indicate in the discussion that that might be generous that it might actually be a ninety five knot wind at best and it's moving off to the west northwest at about fifteen miles an hour. So we're looking at the if you want to do that on your compass. You're looking at a direction of three one five on your compass for those who like numbers, but the issue with this is is that when it gets closer to the coast. It's going to start turning down the coast in a kind of a I a west and then west southwest direction, which is going to take it over the next seventy two hours. Near Charleston, and then further taking it into South Carolina before it starts going back inland again. So there's a lot of places initially over the next twenty four hours that are going to see storm surge out of this. And so there is a storm surge warning in effect and does not include Elizabeth City and duck and some of the places up near Kitty Hawk but right at Kitty Hawk and then all of the inlets like the ones that reach out to Rocky Mountain Jacksonville and Wilmington and then just north of Charleston. That's the warning area on both sides of that. There's a storm surge watch area now that may be adjusted as the storm moves down. But as it moves down the winds are going to die down. But I have to say that. Oh, yeah. Once it hits land, isn't it? The case that it usually dies down unless stalls. I guess well, that's the interesting thing the models that I studied this afternoon and the latest model run that I just started looking. It's going to hug the coast half on half off. Now where have we seen that before Edward Harvey Harvey Harvey? Yeah. And so when it does that it actually pummels the coast with winds that are hurricane force plus combined with it has a perfectly firehose fuel source right next to it. The other half of it is offshore..

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"hurricane center" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane center" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Report from the National Hurricane Center force is an extremely powerful storm that has been rapidly intensifying during its journey across the Atlantic becoming category. Four hurricane doubling the size of Turkey force wins on Monday. The unusually warm water that awaits Florence as it nears US coast could accelerate the storms wins to one hundred and fifty miles per hour near category. Five before it strikes land, probably near the North Carolina, South Carolina border forecast. Late Monday predicted that Florence's path would lead towards North Carolina. But it could still be north or south, and is likely to affect a large part of the region with pounding rains, perhaps. For days and the governor's Maryland, Virginia North Carolina, South Carolina ball issued their emergency declaration. President Trump is tweeting everyone trying to get their attention repeatedly. Good on him trying to get people to focus on the fact that cannot. Treat this like a storm. It's not a storm. It's a potentially life taking emergency. And if they tell you to get out you got to get out. And if you're if you're evacuating right now, and you're in your car, give me a call one eight hundred five zero one two three four good on you. It's a pain in the neck. I know. Before you leave the house, you put all of your papers on the desk. So that if water comes in the house it not ruin you. Put your tonic gear up on the desk. And then you fill in a lot of. Water in the in the house if you're staying and edibles that will last for a while because you'd be out of power for two or three weeks. That thing hits you, but you really gotta get off the Outer Banks, you really just do and coastal South Carolina got ahead inland. And you gotta head north, right? I'm feeling pretty safe up here in the beltway. We're gonna get a lot of rain in some win. But I'm going to leave tomorrow and come back on Friday. We got some family coming up from down south. They're going to stay with it. And that's the way to do it. That's the way to do. It. Just be smart. All right. Just be smart. It's not that complicated. But what is complicated as what a? What a hurricane category four can do to a developed region. The last time a hurricane category for struck north of Florida with nineteen fifty one that's been how long it has been in the. Going eighty nine was I believe category three. But I I read that yesterday that North Carolina had not been struck or north of Florida with a category four since nineteen fifty one. So we'll see we'll see let me let me do the job. Let me do the market update while I can remember to do Andrew and Todd dot com. Andrew and Todd dot com for all of your mortgage needs. And look you're not gonna three Bill the chance of that are so small, but I can't talk about you do need to refinance the interest rates are so low right now that if you're carrying debt in any other part of your life, you've got card debt or loan debt. Or you're looking at.

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"hurricane center" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"hurricane center" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"National hurricane center warned that the city's water levels were continuing to rise and that reigned with the expected throughout today mayor phil coronet offered us sliver of good news saying that he had seen no injuries as of yet recalling hurricane wilma of the powerful categorythree storm struck florida in two thousand five killing six and causing 20 billion dollars damage he described erma as horrendous throughout the state of florida there have been three deaths reported so far all three work car accident related to too high winds and storms in tampa and saint petersburg two cities that had not been struck by a major hurricane since nineteen twenty one six o'clock curfews were declared the number of florida attractions were shut until tuesday including busch gardens in tampa were they herded parliament goes and other animals to shelters governor rick scott warned at a news conference yesterday there is still serious threat of significant storm surge flooding along the entire western coast of florida and this has increased to fifteen feet of impact above the ground level in southwest florida tampa bay which is home to more than three million floor freddie and could see surges of eight to twelve feet the national hurricane center continues to war tornado warnings were in place across the state yesterday as thousands of floridians were hunkered down in their homes and shelters and howling gales rattled shuttered windows in tour trees up by the routes through twisters were reported at fort lauderdale international airport according to the national weather service there were no immediate reports of damage or injury currently over four million florida power and light customers or without power and florida power and light his working hard to get power back to all of those recipients i hope you're monday is going well i'm john hunt this is america's morning news were the nation's news breaks.

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"hurricane center" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"hurricane center" Discussed on WTVN

"With fifty two what you say if your weather station news radio 610 wtvn hurricane erma continues to weaken as it storms through the northwestern coast to florida this morning the national hurricane center's latest advisory has the storms winds down to seventy five miles an hour or men's expected to weaken to a tropical storm later this morning banned abc's marci gonzales has more from tampa worth of getting a good amount of rain and wind gusts stained when really don't seem to be quite as powerful as they were a bit earlier we digits here about a reported wind gust and tampa bay though of ninety miles and hours left the knowsley for for them this area they were expecting a storm surge between heat for this area but now they're saying it could be it out half georgia governor nathan deal is warning that his entire state will be impacted by your though it's expected to be downgraded to a tropical storm shortly before or after it exits florida deals urging residents to stay off the roads and not get on them until clear to do so to avoid a mass exodus at a lot of uh a epo high workers are in florida helping the response to earn the call for service involves more than seven hundred employees today marks a sixteenth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks nearly three thousand people died when four hijacked airliners crashed into the world trade center complex the pentagon and a field near shanksville pennsylvania on september 11th of two thousand one the nine eleven attacks stunned the nation and led to massive changes in airline security at abc six is mike mccarthy on what kind of memorials are planned around central ohio today more than twenty nine hundred flags that are lining the lawn there downtown columbus as part of that memorial it's hard to tell from the ground but this flags are actually.

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"hurricane center" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"hurricane center" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"The recipient did not one but two prestigious marconi awards for his broadcast but one little in a watching the eleven o'clock report of the national hurricane center storm is now moving at fourteen miles an hour to the north wind speed sonner miles an hour size to is we speak but they say it's going to be a cat one in about an hour or so and then by sometime tomorrow it'll be in southern georgia and alabama governor deal of alabama's issued a state of emergency for alabama so this storm exit exits florida sometime in the next seven or eight hours is continue to be a rainmaker and a storm and also a hurricane route tournedos and when damage in alabama tennessee in georgia with our more torrential downpours there was about a foot of rain or so but it's moving on mike harvey that did not move fifty inches of rain fell this one is about twelve inches of rain and it's moving quickly plus the soil in florida is much more conducive doerr accept large amounts of rain and the soil in taxes so it's not good but nonetheless the the national hurricane center is saying it is unlikely there's going to be a storm surge of ten to fifteen feet and southwest florida more like sixday feed which is still not good but narcotic a catastrophic catastrophic a then also in tampa bay instead of eight to twelve appears to be five to nine feet so that's a positive for all the listeners are nine seventy w f l lay the storm instead of going over tampa is approximately thirty five miles southeast of tampa heading to the immediate west of orlando as it begins the process of exiting florida we're going to have a meteorology is from fox on about an hour and a half but until then your calls at one eight.

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"hurricane center" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"hurricane center" Discussed on WRVA

"At the offices after the eleven o'clock track had moved close to naples and and fort myers moved off of uh off a key west and i said i'm gonna take exactly what's going to we're going to wake up five am demar and that track is going to split the state into which gonna come right up the center of the state of florida and damned if that isn't what happen but i told him that's not the news the new news is at eleven o'clock tomorrow west palm beach is going to be hit i told my buddy this is midnight last night and lo and behold that's exactly where the track is right now we are still four to five days out when talking about impact on south florida and if you look at the discuss russian page at the national hurricane center's website where you find the graphics the forecast maps they have updates advisories and they have a discussion that they issue every six hours and this in every discussion mentions that when you're looking at the track days four in five usually have an error an average error that they have they apply of one hundred seventy five to two hundred twenty five miles which is why they're cohen is that big that far out because they really can't predict solve this track is my point the tracks going to move again i don't know where the tracks gonna end up most of the models do not have the hurricane hit in florida are still a few that do and there's an hour wire or two that have it going do west through the florida straits do western up into the gulf hurricane center's ignoring those models m if you look at the cluster of models they pay attention to almost looks like a repeat of last year's hurricane matthew remember that one hurricane matthew was making a beeline for florida and then about i though fifty miles out it turned north in it parallel the florida east coast on its way north and i regret we uh yeah at all kinds of people this is fascinating to it missed us and everybody i know who knows where i live called me breathlessly did you get much damage should know in this well i thought it was a drug hit i saw them tv was a no no no it missed the it remained short if game it didn't come shorting wade north up at.

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"hurricane center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"hurricane center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The national hurricane center says erma is less than thirty five miles south of naples florida now a city expecting a severe hit in the coming hours his oromo will remain powerful as it moves along florida's west coast with record floods sergio says meteorologist chad myers yes things will get knocked out but the wind but those surge work people this is the real deal ten to fifteen feet on top of what should be means sea level which means that could be maintained feet higher than it is now because it's already four feet down because winds blow the wrong way vis sarasota resident at a shelter taking nothing for granted we haven't really heard of sarasota as a whole evacuation area in sarasota or not all but we got here because we just wanted to make sure we were going to be a safe as possible florida power and light says an estimated three point four million homes and businesses will lose power and it will take weeks not days to get the power back i'm michael toscano and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters as we've been reporting after hurricane andrew in 1992 florida building codes were changed from many areas that could face hurricaneforce winds including in miami that's where residents are at least a little relieved that hurricane erm as track has changed nathan crook is a miamibased breaking news reporter for bloomberg oppose would leave everything constructed to be able to survive but are open you're bill like but i think everyone of great but we're not getting back kind of a director here in miami now we'll have to be what happened when it moved co donate old tampa vogler areas of the fate with the construction of not a dan an urban and may be protected in miami tampa appears now more on urmas path than miami as it's still there will be damage everywhere uber technologies is offering free rides to shelters near tampa as hurricane erma barrels in the city of tampa's office of emerge i can see management publicize the free rides over its twitter feed at alert tampa uber's offer helps serve a vital need for transportation as tampa.

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"hurricane center" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"hurricane center" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"This is luis garcia navarro in miami hurricane era is closing in on mainland florida it's now a category four storm with sustained winds near a hundred and thirty miles per hour during the next 24 hours the storm is likely to affect the entire state from the keys to how to tallahassee npr's john hamilton is at the national hurricane center in miami a just down the street good morning good morning a two villas and where is remote right now well i'm looking at the big screen here at the hurricane center and it looks like the eye of the storm used just east of a key west the storm it it's moving pretty slowly right now about eight miles per hour and it's expected to pick up speed later on today so forecasters here think erma is gonna hit the southwestern tip of florida in the next few hours that's the area round the everglades national park where there aren't many people but after that is going to head up the west coast of florida and that's going to take it passed a lot more populated areas like fort myers and looking ahead to tonight tomorrow erma is likely to head to for tampa and then it should begin to weaken as it heads inland toward georgia yet erma is less powerful than it was a couple of days ago uh though but it's still a very large very dangerous storm right the storm is really really big it's it's more than four hundred miles across so when you look at it on the monitors here at spans the entire florida peninsula and in fact forecaster tear have issued hurricane warnings for both the east's and east and west coasts to the state that just kind of amazing and because the storm is so massive a big chunk of southern florida has been feeling these intense bans as i'm sure you'd hope wind and rain for for many hours now aunt and it's been pretty intense the hurricane center here actually shut its steel outer doors last night that was when the winds started reach tropical form stormforce and and we're hearing it's going to be quite a few more hours before those doors get opened again yes a you are indeed on lockdown on what is the greatest threat from erma.

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