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"hurricane eric" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Our next report at 501 on 10 10 wins Now the 10 10 wins ask you whether ex surgeon four Day forecast here is meteorologist Brian Thompson. Laurie. It's going to be a blustering. Colder night ahead. We still could see a rain or snow shower for another hour or so. And then we'll see some clearing later on the low Tonight 32 in the city dropping of the upper twenties, though in most suburbs and when you factor factor in the wind that's going to blowing throughout the night Real field Centrism B in the upper teens. Sunny to partly cloudy, windy and cold tomorrow high just 40 degrees over the coldest day in the city since late February, and real field temperatures likely stuck in the teens and twenties throughout the day. Mostly clear quite cold tomorrow night, but not as windy loves to be in the twenties in the suburbs, 30 in midtown mixture of clouds and sunshine Thursday not as cold in the afternoon high 48 It will be noticeably milder Friday and Saturday with the fair about a sunshine high Both days of around 61 degrees. Right now we have 44 it is cloudy in Central Park, you better t 60% When is that other Northwest? Gusting to 21 again? Word 44 going down to 32 in midtown. I'm actually rather meteorologist Brian Thompson on New York's weather station. Content went once needs time for 53. Iota has been downgraded to tropical Storm this afternoon after slamming into Nicaragua as a Category four Hurricane. Eric Blake, a hurricane specialist at the National Hurricane Center, says I go to still packs a devastating punch 30 inches of rain. Possible and portions of Honduras, northern Nicaragua, Guatemala and southern beliefs. That That type of rainfall can lead to life starting flash floods and mudslides. No deaths were reported in Nicaragua, but widespread flooding is reported. The same area was impacted by Hurricane Ada last week. Wednesdays Time of 4 54 new features for Twitter. Social network announced fleets, which are tweets that will disappear after 24 hours. Unlike regular tweets, fleets do not receive Retweets likes or public replies. Scientists are trying to sniff out the past correspondent Vicki Barker with the stories of three years $3 Million Project aims to catalog a directory of smells from the 16th too early 20th Century's. The project is called Odor Ropa. The experts will search old paintings and text from as early as 1500,.
"hurricane eric" Discussed on WTOP
"And air tune up your A C with Snell Stand up guys for $59 and your fall heater tune up is just $39 business. No heating in here dot com. I'm Jo Conway. W T a P traffic at a storm Team four meteorologist Lauren Rick it we've got some sunshine today in temperatures rising to around 90 degrees. It's going closer to 100 with that humidity, chance of showers and thunderstorms this afternoon, but only a 20% chance overnights and panty falling temperatures in the seventies. Back around 90 tomorrow. Mix of sun and clouds 30% chance of thunderstorms tomorrow afternoon but still feeling close to 100 degrees and storm team for meteorologist Lauren Rickets. Right now. Taking a look at the temperatures. We have 89 degrees in Manassas. Frederick, Maryland, 93 right now. An 89 degrees in Potomac at 2 30. A W T o thiss is w t O p Your resource for today's top news, traffic and weather always connected. And constantly updated in your car at home at work. Hands on the go. W T o p. Never miss a moment. Good to have you along this afternoon. I'm Mike Murillo. We have Anna Gravel at the editor's desk coming up. Firefighters tackle California. Fire's covering one million acres. Now a faulty battery was found to be the cause of a house fire in Loudon County. I'm Andrea Campbell. We knew Russia's tryingto hack us covert 19 research. Now we know what they're after I'm J. J. Green. Good to have you with us. W t o P News time to 31. CBS News brief Concerns along the Gulf Coast grow as Marco strengthens into a hurricane Eric Blake from the National Hurricane Center. We're forecasting 2 to 4 inches. Any rainfall isolated maximum amounts of six inches across north central Gulf Coast through Tuesday could cause isolated areas of flashing over the flooding in the various tornadoes are a possibility on Monday morning. Tropical Storm Laura will enter the Gulf of Mexico late Monday or early Tuesday. Wildfires in California have already burned nearly one million acres and destroyed hundreds of homes. Cal Fire's deputy chief Jonathan Cox, We can confirm 115 structures have been destroyed on this fire. That damage inspection process is ongoing throughout the fire.
Hawaii, Baja California And Hurricane Eric discussed on Bill Handel
"A tropical storm far off the Baja California coast is expected to become a hurricane soon tropical storm Flossie is moving west and may move near Hawaii later this week and hurricane Eric appears on track to pass away to the south the star reach hurricane strength overnight with winds reaching eighty miles
Tropical Storm Erick could graze Hawaii by week's end
"Well hurricane could brush past Hawaii later this week Erica grew from a tropical storm or hurricane yesterday this is expected to bring strong winds and rain to the Big Island on Thursday hurricane Eric could whip see waters up to anywhere between seven and sixteen feet it's the fifth named storm to make its way into the eastern Pacific Ocean so far
"hurricane eric" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"A show is pretty funny so yeah you doing something right so the thing a lot of money to do it so to play with toys yeah it's what you're good for him here's your forecast rain yesterday that extended from Illinois down almost to Texas will continue to March eastward will see that line of showers range from the state of Ohio down through portions of the lower Ohio and Tennessee valleys making its way toward New York Boston and points north word in the northeast but much of the rest of the nation will be dry including the Deep South California not much in the way of rainfall for the next five to seven days and we do have some spotty showers in the central Rockies and the desert southwest the national hurricane center keeping their eye on two systems hurricane Eric in the Pacific right now not a threat to land as we keep an eye on Hawaii in the Atlantic we are watching a disturbance that has about a ten percent chance of becoming a hurricane if not we're still looking at heavy rain from the system for Florida by the end of the week there's your national forecast right I radio I'm meteorologist John trout are you looking for your source for official traffic information on newsradio KDKA visit Roanoke's only premier luxury BMW dealership B. M. W. of Roanoke where you'll find find the B. M. W. as enjoyable is struck in one hour one price promise program makes shopping a pleasure.
"hurricane eric" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Years I think I think it may be here I went on vacation or course a lot of our friends down Louisiana and stuff lost power ready with the hurricane Barry Jeez I think that's about the route not to be a real super self centered here but the about the ten years ago we had a hurricane Eric did skull right now at area and it was more of a wind event in a rain event I cannot Eric I like Ike came right up the Mississippi valley in actually went as far north they think is cleaner might be made in the New York but this certainly hit our hometown Cincinnati but this one looks appears to be a little bit more of a rain event when which I was just here and some of the information we're always talking about storm surges and things like that we're always talking about control of water well when you have something like this event you you don't control anything I saw on pulling the flood gates in but controlling water is tough because we had in a lot of parts of the country it's so much rain this spring I heard the Mississippi River usually in in the New Orleans area Louisiana area is in pool at like six to eight feet needs double that right now and then you get a storm surgeon talking ten to twenty inches of rain of flooding certainly going to be a very big issue and and know where to go without water all right eight hundred eight two three eight two five five that is our phone number gravel line talking about your home joyous welcome good morning morning I have a question okay I'm redoing.
"hurricane eric" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"I think I think it may be here I went on vacation or course a lot of our friends down Louisiana and stuff lost power ready with the hurricane Barry Jeez I think that's about the route not to be a real super self centered here but the about the ten years ago we had a hurricane Eric did skull right now at area then it was more of a wind event and not a rain event I can not Eric I like Ike came right up the Mississippi valley in actually went as far north they think is cleaner might be made in the New York but this certainly hit our hometown Cincinnati but this one looks appears to be a little bit more of a rain event when which so I was just here and some of the information we're always talking about storm surges and things like that we're always talking about control water well when you have something like this event you you don't control anything I saw on pulling the flood gates in but controlling water is tough because we had in a lot of parts of the country it's so much rain this spring I heard the Mississippi River usually in in the New Orleans area Louisiana area is in pool at like six to eight feet needs double that right now and then you get a storm surgeon talking ten to twenty inches of rain of flooding certainly going to be a very big issue and and know where to go without water all right eight hundred eight two three eight two five five that is our phone number gravel line talking about your home joyous welcome good morning morning I have a question okay I'm redoing.
"hurricane eric" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Another one of those days. I want to say it's a fall day, but it's really not it's spring. But if feels like fall, it's cloudy, breezy, a shower too throughout the day. A high of fifty six tonight goes down to forty four degrees now tomorrow, this thing starts to turn around. It's going to be warmer. There's gonna be some sun and a high of sixty nine that's what I'm talking about bring spring back. Sports time. Let's take a now at the line around his sports desk. Put Eric Hagman on all the latest. Good morning air. The way the pirates grill it up they had their three-game win streak staff as they lost the series opener in Phoenix nine three the diamond backs are five zero against them. And it hasn't even been close outscoring the bucks thirty nine touted those games Nick Kingham tagged with the loss. He gave up seven runs in four innings. Arizona's scored at each day that was on the mound of until everything they're saying that they're touching pretty good. So just one is nice doesn't go my way pirates finished with thirteen hits. But they left a dozen runners on base Joe bus grow. We'll try to even the series tonight. What he oppose his Luke Weaver Adine forty start on the fan Stanley Cup Western Conference finals are even at one after four to Saint Louis twit in San Jose. A couple of former penguin sport goal at the win. Robert bortles. Oh, the game winner that Oscar Sundquist tacked on an insurance goal late in the third period beast finals resume in Carolina tonight. The Bruins have two games on weight on the hurricane. Eric hackman? Newsradio ten twenty Katie case..
"hurricane eric" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Hurricane season officially starts, June one. And it goes to November thirtieth two thousand nineteen that's four this next hurricane season. Okay. And apparently since we had a couple doozy's they're going to retire. Some of the names the names to hurricanes that caused widespread devastation from Florida to Virginia last year are now officially retired. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says Florence and Michael are going to be replaced now with Francine and Milton. Hurricane milton. That's not really a name. You hear a lot Milton? And the new names are going to appear in the two thousand twenty four Atlantic hurricane season. So names are retired. And for obvious reasons when the hurricanes are so destructive that recycling them would kind of be insensitive. So like superstorm, sandy. We're probably not going to hear that Hurricane Katrina. If there's a Hurricane, Katrina. People would freak out. It's like a bad luck thing. So you know, if you had somebody who died in a hurricane that was named a name that's still being used. It's so out of respect they retired the names, but you know, Michael is a real combination. So we'll probably never going to see that name again now for hurricane understandably. So they say eighty eight names have been dropped from the list for the Atlantic and Caribbean since storms I started to be named back in nineteen fifty three according to the NOAA the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Florence 'cause fifty one deaths back in September because of the record flooding across the Carolinas and virginias now Michael it made landfall in October one hundred fifty five mph winds and that hurricane was playing for forty five deaths from Florida's panhandle through Georgia, the Carolinas and Virginia. And so the names that are set now before this upcoming season. Okay. And it doesn't mean they're all gonna hit us. I mean, these are hurricanes that form, and then they may dissipate in the Atlantic or the Pacific depending on where they start so for that land occur kings. We have Andrea. Very shantelle Dorian Aaron Fernande Gabrielle Umberto Imelda, Jerry, hurricane Jerry. I know it makes you think Jerry Seinfeld. I just don't see hurricane, Jerry. As being a scary one. I just kind of see that as being, you know, hurricane. Karen, hurricane Lorenzo hurricane. Melissa. Nestor olga. Pablo Rebecca Sebastian hurricanes. The bashing Tanya van and Wendy. Hurricane wendy. I don't really see that as being a bad one. Yeah. I you know, I was really worried about hurricane Dalia, but they do have a hurricane Dolly. Dolly is going to be used of the twenty twenty names. And I really hope that doesn't hurt anybody. So my nickname was Dolly, even though it should be spelled D A L, I from my nickname, but people's deal L L Y, and I kinda praying that that's not a bad hurricane. You know, the good news is you know, if it is a hurricane that's named after me. It's probably very right-leaning. So I think it would just go right back out to the Atlantic. I don't think of hover at all. Or go left. Pacific names. There's Alvin Barbara Cosmi Koizumi CO SME. Oh delilah. There is a hurricane Delilah in the Pacific. But that's Delilah. Delilah. Hurricane. Eric flossy? Gill Henriette Yvo Juliet, Kiko lorraina. Mario Narda octave. Hurricane octave. Priscilla? Raymond sonia. Tico Velma Wallis Zena hurricane Zena that what I'm scared of York Zelda. Now. It's interesting. They are using almost every letter in the alphabet, and I noticed that every year, the eastern Pacific has Adria Launda or Zena or York, and then either Zeke or Zelda, so they're reusing the names every other year because that's really hard to come up with those names, and they also alternate between male and female these names because you know, they don't want to just keep hammering the women. Yeah. They used to you know, things that had to do with the see are always female like the ship is a she the ocean is a she mother nature is a she. And so, you know, people say, you know, women don't have a lot of power accident is a lot of power. I mean, if we are given the credit of being mother nature, or, you know, given the notoriety of being a hurricane. To me, some kind of some kind of power. One eight seven seven eight seven. So we have a possible. Although I don't know how much I really believe this a possible kinda Tonya Harding, Nancy Kerrigan type incident now, but figure skaters as US figure skater Mariah bell. American figure skater is accused of deliberately injuring limb. You'll sue who's a South Korean speeder. Now, they claim that she kicked her slashed her leg. Before the world championships. You suffered a gash on her leg and had to be bandaged. She's still scored a personal best and placed fifth one. Spot ahead. A bell. Now wasn't an accident. Did she skate right into her? Or did. She purposely kicker. I don't know if they have footage of this. But mariah's twenty two. Libyan SU whose exquisite by the way sixteen and I guess this allegedly alleged kick happened during a warm-up before they were set to skate for the world figure skating championships. Now limbs management agency claims that fell cut the team's lake while the scares of rehearsing before the short program, and you see she's got a pretty good bandage on it. And it's I know maybe it's about an inch long hearts down to the vantage, and they allege that limb had been slowly skated on the edge of the rink Africa. In her turn when the incident happened bell was scheduled to rehearse after Lim suddenly kicked and stabbed the calf with the skate blades. That's according to the teams agent. And then they said Mariah bell didn't apologize after the incident and continue to rehearse so if she didn't realize that she banged into her. I don't know. I'm not I'm not I'm not trying to protect her just I don't, you know, I hear these accidents happen. But if she did purposely, do it that's bad bad stuff. So. Either way she at least overcame sales. I cheated phenomenal. But not good now. So, you know, this whole idea of competition and Olympics that we've talked about this. We talked about that with the Olympics. How possibly the president of the committee in Japan has been accused of cheating and bribing to get the Olympics to come to Japan. You know? There's it's so coveted when when it comes around sports Smutny got into sports to the point that I think I'm frustrated as a sport lover, and how would start into kind of ruin the sport. You know, it's all about the money of the game. And sports are not supposed to be about money and economics people found that sports ends up bringing in a lot of money. Lot of advertising covering the Olympics is huge for NBC covering the Super Bowl is huge. Covering or a selling advertisements and endorsements. You know, money got into sports. And so rather than just wanting to win, you know, and you feel like you're one of the best. Now, it starts to make you a little bit more hungry because there's money involved not only for the competitors before the teams for the managers for.
"hurricane eric" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Strike ten miles away from thunderstorm now by about eight thirty tonight at the Santa Monica prominent, not as much lightning, but steady rain fell as we talk to people about the weather. Nice and relaxing never had rain for a while. So it's good to have right now. Getting clear, that's all the weather's perfect or outside starting to drizzle a little bit. But it's not a big deal. Everyone. We spoke with tonight said the rain and the lightning were welcome sights. And sounds we also wanna let you know that the LA DWP says right now there are about ten thousand people without power because of this storm can't CBS cake. Hell nine news reporter, Rachel Kim. In Santa Monica. The death toll from hurricane. Eric has grown to seventeen searchers are using trained dogs to go city to city in Florida looking for survivors from hurricane Michael's wrath. There's been a two day search of Mexico beach the town of about one thousand net was nearly obliterated. Governor Rick Scott. There's one house that was on the beach side that main road there, and it's on the other side of the road down picked up by the taking over further north locals in James city county Virginia hunker down as the tornado tore through the area, a remnant of Michael debris, scattered across lawns some items landed in the trees, it was just everything on the sheet was just rolling around like. My neighbors next door. Neighbors other garbage ended up in my driveway. People lost their res from their front door people's chairs in the front ended up like over here or back there people there without power says the tornado touchdown. Neighbors are using generators in some.
"hurricane eric" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Be twelve to fourteen feet. A whopping majority more than seventy five percent of Jefferson hurricanes. Eric heard from water this as many as twenty five thousand people living in the zone that is considered at greatest risk have ignored warnings to evacuate. Governor Rick Scott is telling Floridians and the projected path of Michael that times up. Scott tweeted this morning, the time for evacuating along the coast has come and gone. First responders will not be able to come out in the middle of the storm cell side city councilwoman Rebecca via ground is doubling down on equity, and she says she will push for a greater representation on city boards. Other than the white men who hold sixty four percent of the board seats today things are changing. But that's because we are now realize. Seeing that went all of San Antonio's when all of people in San Antonio Representative all of San Antonio succeeds the cities equity office reported that Ben in women of all ethnic groups are appointed to boards at about the same ratios that they apply via grens one key is to get more women and minorities to apply. President Trump says Democrats will end ethanol if they gain power in the upcoming midterm elections. Trump promoted his new pro ethanol plant at a rally in Iowa last night saying he had directed. The Environmental Protection Agency to allow year round use of fuel mixed with ethanol at an all mixed fuel is currently banned during summer months for fear it contributes to air pollution ethanol is made from corn. So the news that Trump was lifting the ban got a huge applause at the rally and the corn producing state following yesterday's registration deadline one million ninety two thousand people are now registered to vote. Embarrassed county that's up about forty five thousand from two thousand sixteen numbers. That's not the registration surge that has been seen in other places. But that number could continue to. A rise people who registered by mail only had to have their application postmarked by close of business last night to meet the deadline. Well, a passenger was escorted off a flight bound for Cleveland because of her emotional support animal and comes to emotional support pets, it seems that squirrels don't carry the clout as say dogs or cats. That's what one woman found out last night when she and her emotional support, squirrel were taken off a frontier. Airlines flight for more Landau to Cleveland airline officials say harasser vacation noted she would be traveling with the support pet. But that she never mentioned that animal was a squirrel and adds that rodents which includes squirrels are not allowed on its flights. Starting November first frontier says it will allow only dogs and cats on its flights as emotional support animals, a quick check of your money on Wall Street right now, the Dow is down two hundred points. Breaking news on the hour at the half and anytime at W dot com. Brought to you by Primo plumbing. The Glenn Beck program is next on NewsRadio twelve hundred w away. I I hate traffic. I.
"hurricane eric" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Why are you? What are you? All. Humas on video. We gotta stop this threat. Cavanaugh robe, all the least delay. You know what? Ty, human. Give me a story. Very quickly got to be quick because I only had a couple of minutes. Scientists you remember them scientists I only believe scientists over ninety five percent of them say say something. Well, some of them are saying that the world's warming is going to cause nastier hurricanes. Eric, you know, let the storm surge the world's rising. The world is the the the temperature is rising in the world that pardon. Seems to escape people that nobody is really contesting that the question is why is it mankind alone is it mankind along with other things is it just the other things like volcanoes and whatnot. It's getting warmer on other planets as well. They don't talk about this so much. But what's interesting about this is the reason I know this is because I vacation on Mars this year. Oh for heavens sakes, rather than usual and the dust storms. There's something going on are not doing well on Mars congress needs to do something. That's all I have to say what I saw in the wake of the hurricane which was very wet as we knew very very tremendously wet. Yeah. So this a lot more water. And so now, we're being told that this is, but nobody can if you ask someone scientifically directly linked this to climate change. They could not do it. Now. That's just a fact that's just a fact this is a. Supposed causal relationship going on here. But it's not something that can be proven. When I find interesting, you know, when the Republicans always laugh when like global warming conferences will be together. And it'll be a blizzard that day, and we always laugh and the left is correct. And the people who believe this are correct when they say it's not any one day, and you it's not anyone snowstorm. But they have no problem when a hurricane is battering coast to say that you see, and they couch it if you really look at the language there's gonna be more of those. They don't really want to be pinned down, but we have had horrible hurricanes in this country. Way before we ever heard about this. I lived in Baton Rouge. When I was a kid for a while. And I used to hear the song. Called louisiana. And it's about the flood of I don't know nineteen twenty eight or thirty two or something. I just remember that. There was one line six feet of water in the streets of vein. Jalen. So if in the late twenties early thirties people were writing songs about how bad the hurricanes. The.
"hurricane eric" Discussed on KCBS All News
"It's ten or five at the bay area's news station KCBS fifties for overnight lows tonight with a little cloud, San fog mixed in a sunny day tomorrow, and we'll get your full forecast in just a few minutes. Good evening. I'm Susan Kennedy. And here's what's happening. Dozens of bay area first responders trained in swiftwater rescue are working in North Carolina this weekend. KCBS this gentlemen, reports on their deployment areas flooded by when it's now tropical storm Florence both of the bay area's specialized urban search and rescue teams part of famous twenty eight teams nationwide Arctic Loyd to Florence. We don't have a full team there. Menlo Park fire chief herald Schapelhouman speaks for task force three which has just been at work in Hawaii twice in the last three weeks for hurricanes. Eric Whitman is still there. We're hoping to get it back. It's hopefully on a boat today from the big island over to HANA. Lulu and minutes supposed to come back aircraft. Oakland fire battalion chief Robert lip who coordinates. Taskforce four says this is a busy time of year. Anyone who's managing any of the teams across the country from about I the second week of August in till November. There every day. They're watching the weather to see where it's tropical depressions. Tropical storms are forming. Their assignments are three weeks, long gentleman. KCBS a state commission is now looking into the billing practices of the San Jose water company. KCBS is Keith Van Coney reports the decision to open an investigation follows a report that alleges the private company overbuilt customers millions of dollars of the course of three decades. According to the report from the California Public utilities commission over the past thirty years when the San Jose water company raised its rates in the middle of a billing cycle, it feels appropriate the fee and instead charged the higher rate for the entire cycle leading to what could be millions of dollars in overbilling. San Jose water company spokesperson janey ackman says that the company is ready to work with the commission. And that is already changed the billing practice. We have our accounting system to ensure that those service charge increases are pro rated. But what about the overbilling that's already happened? One of the customers waiting to hear the answer to that question. Is none other than the city government of San Jose? And mayor Samuel Carter tells KCBS he sees the need for an independent investigation. And what we get to the bottom of it. I hope we don't really understand how big the impact has been on a typical customer in San Jose or anywhere else in the valley during its investigation. The California Public utilities commission will consider the question of refunds as well. As the possibility of additional penalties Keith Coney KCBS and the KCBS news time now at ten on seven man has been arrested after attacking a woman with an accent Emoryville on Friday. Officers arrested Thirty-three-year-old Christopher Jennings who accused of hitting a woman on the head with the accident.
"hurricane eric" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Search and rescue teams part of famous twenty eight teams nationwide Arctic Loyd to Florence. We don't have a full team there. Menlo park. Fire chief herald Schapelhouman speaks for task force three which has just been at work in Hawaii twice in the last three weeks for hurricanes. Eric wittment is still there. We're hoping to get it back. It's hopefully on a boat today from the big island over to Ana Lulu. And then it's supposed to come back aircraft. Oakland fire battalion chief Robert lip who coordinates taskforce four says this is a busy time of year. Anyone who's managing any of the teams across the country from about I the second week of August intil November there every day. They're watching the weather to see where it's tropical depression. Tropical storms are forming. Their assignments are three weeks, long gentleman. KCBS there's been another shark attack on Cape Cod. And this time the swimmer did not survive. People nukem hollow beach say the victim was boogie boarding in the surf when he was attacked Kahlo from Jamaica plain was among those who saw rescuers do their best to help him rushing over there. You know, do what they could bring towels do CPR asking for anyone who is a doctor a nurse new CPR anything because the medics weren't here for a few minutes. It's scary and really fab. Witnesses say people tied turn around his legs which were severely injured any appeared to be in shock. Great white sharks. Have been cited up and down the coast here on the Cape all summer long Doug cope for CBS news, well fleet Massachusetts, federal investigators are reading viewing utility operation after a series of gas explosions led to dozens of fires in three communities. Just north of Boston. The National Transportation Safety. Board says a pressure issue was noted at the master control room in Columbus. Ohio the pressure, of course, actually being here and Lawrence Andover, north Andover after being out of their homes for days, people will be going home. Governor Charlie Baker people.
"hurricane eric" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Three new sites have released an investigation on how people on the island died in the wake of hurricane Maria a year ago in Puerto Rico CBS is Alison keys reports. The joint investigation shows how people with treatable illnesses, including bet sorts and kidney stones died after going without medical treatment. This as President Trump denies universities finding that some three thousand people died in the wake of hurricane Maria. He says the death toll has been inflated by Democrats who added unrelated deaths from causes like old age, George Washington University says it stands by its study that determined the number of deaths Alison keys CBS news resorts around the country are opening their doors for people fleeing hurricane Florence in Atlantic City, New jersey the oceans resort casino is taking in those displaced by the storm for free with verified identification yoga bay resort near wheeling west Virginia's doing the same thing rooms at the resort on the jersey shore, by the way already booked through next week Bill Rakoff. CBS news. It's twelve oh five at the bay area's news station, KCBS, sunny and breezy. We'll have a full forecast for you. Just ahead. Good afternoon. I'm Kim foster. Here is what's happening at this hour, dozens of bay area first responders trained in swift water rescue are working in North Carolina this weekend KCBS gentlemen reports on their deployment to areas flooded by hurricane Florence now. A tropical storm both of the bay area's specialized urban search and rescue teams part of females twenty eight teams nationwide Arctic Loyd to Florence or we don't have a full team there. Menlo Park fire chief herald Schapelhouman speaks for task force three which has just been at work in Hawaii twice in the last two weeks for hurricanes. Eric Whitman is still there. We're hoping to get it back and hopefully on a boat today from the big island over to on a Lulu. And then exposed to come back. I don't aircraft Oakland. Fire battalion chief Robert lip who coordinates taskforce four says this is a busy time of year. Anyone who's? Managing any of the teams across the country from about I the second week of August in till November. There every day. They're watching the weather to see where it's tropical depression and tropical storms are forming. Their assignments are three weeks long general KCBS, a state water commission is looking into the billing practices of the San Jose water company. KCBS Keith main Coney says the decision to open an investigation follows a report that alleges that the private company overbuilt customers millions of dollars over the course of three decades. According to the report from the California Public utilities commission over the past thirty years when the San Jose water company raised its rates in the middle of a billing cycle it failed to pro rate the fee and instead charged a higher rate for the entire cycle. The report recommends that the company should refund customers about four million dollars as a whole that's a big chunk of change. But San Jose water company. Spokesman Jamie ackman says that when it comes to the payouts for. Vigil customers we're talking about dollars and cents. If you consider the last three year period, the amount of refund per customer owed would be roughly five dollars and seventy cents. Now, the commission also known as the CPU see will consider whether or not refund should be granted. Or if the company should face financial penalties. Ackman says her company is ready to work with the commission. We have proposed remedies which the disappear considered that we are open to how whatever direction they wanna give us in terms of how we proceed Keith Makoni KCBS, it appears that California's desperate call for new large-scale, water storage facilities will finally be answered more. Now from Chris students with our all news sister station KNX in Los Angeles has approved several provisions that will help fund water storage projects in California. The Senate is expected to sign off as well with President Trump's signature turning the Bill into law coming sometime next week with bipartisan support to.
"hurricane eric" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"As New Yorkers learned with superstorm sandy, nearly six years ago, the most destructive part of a storm is often the storm surge, whether channel visualize what that could look like now with hurricane Florence. Three feet. You can see it would be coming up my shins, my waste. This could be enough to knock you off your feet. It could even float some cards that could be from the side of the roadway. This is extremely dangerous. But once we get up into that six foot reigns, Mookie how high this water goes wins, pick everything up cars would be floating. At this point this waters over my head. I wouldn't be able to stand here even withstand the force of the water coming in. There's an added wrinkle, North Carolina lagoons of waste from the states. Thousands of hog farms as well as unlined pits of coal, ash, the waste leftover after burning coal, the overlap between the locations of those hog farms represented here by red dots, and the projected hurricane path is considerable to put it mildly here to help you understand the risks here. Colt house is a meteorologist and a staff writer for grist and my must follow on all things hurricane, Eric, just maybe just explain what a storm surge is and why it can be so destructive. Sure. Yeah, thanks. Chris. What what we're seeing here. Four is a huge hurricane. I mean, this is one of the largest hurricanes that we've ever seen in the Atlantic and you can't really talk about this without talking about climate change. We have. Evidence that that that was published this week that the storm is actually a little bit bigger and the rain is going to be more intense because of warmer water..
"hurricane eric" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Cbs news the magnitude seven point one earthquake struck seventy six miles southeast of mexico city on the anniversary of the 1985 quake that killed thousands fox's steve rappaport has this line we saw ironically many workplaces in the capital were conducting earthquake readiness drills when this one struck sending thousands running in panic dozens of buildings are no longer standing as emergency workers and volunteers combed through the rubble for survivors more than fifty people rescued so far the quake coming less than two weeks after a tremor in southern mexico killed ninety people president trump offered condolences tweeting god bless the people of mexico city we are with you and will be there for you lisa steve puerto rico which is still recovering from its rush with hurricane erma about to get hit by another storm could hit the island by tomorrow maria approaching of st croix but hiccuping mile puppy heavy island back and one hundred thirty five mile per hour with higher to if categoryfour hurricane eric plank with the national hurricane center in miami the consul general in the island of the dumbest ecas says the hurricane toward the roofs off seventy percent of the homes on the island and there are unconfirmed reports of debts one person was killed on the island of guadeloupe pay strong words from president trump this morning for north korean leader kim jong own at the un general assembly rocket man is on a suicide mission for himself and for his regime a south korean presidential official well telling that country's official news agency the president's comments are mostly repetition of the basic stance that all options will be considered when confronting north korea kansas city's alex gordon has said major league baseball's record five thousand six hundred ninety.
"hurricane eric" Discussed on WRVA
"On the number of dan from this afternoon to earthquake in mexico continues to grow wind lee sylla sarah fox news the magnitude seven point one earthquake struck seventy six miles southeast of mexico city on the anniversary of the 1985 quake dead killed thousands fox's steve rappaport on this line we saw ironically many workplaces in the capital were conducting earthquake readiness drills when this one struck sending thousands running in panic dozens of buildings are no longer standing as emergency workers and volunteers combed through for survivors more than fifty people rescued so far the quake coming less than two weeks after a tremor in southern mexico killed ninety people president trump offered condolences tweeting god bless the people of mexico city we are with you and will be there for you lisa steve puerto rico which is still recovering from its rush with hurricane erma about to get hit by another storm could hit the island by tomorrow maria is is approaching a frankoy but fifty miles southeast of the island back and one hundred thirty five miles per hour with her hired a hertha categoryfour hurricane eric lake with the national hurricane center in miami the consul general in the island of the dumbest ecas says the hurricane toward the roofs off seventy percent the homes on the island and there are unconfirmed reports of debts one person was killed on the island of guadeloupe pay strong words from president trump this morning for north korean leader kim jong owned at the un general assembly rocket man is on a suicide mission for himself and for his regime a south korean presidential facial telling that country's official news agency the president's comments reputation of the basic stance that all options will be considered when confronting north korea kansas city's alex gordon has said major league baseball's record five thousand six hundred ninety.
"hurricane eric" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"His bad as irma was hurmuz not by far the worst hurricane to ever had florida and even more to ever hit the united states it's not even close and among the worst hurricanes they occurred over a century ago one particularly off a hurricane two centuries ago this nonsense about automobiles and your lifestyle and all this has to be changed in this will slow down hurricanes and so forth and so on the problem is desperate people you know when there is natural disasters or people who are obviously fearful of natural disasters we all are are looking for answers can i tell you a little secret there is no answer that's right i said there's no answer i can't do a damn thing about it how how oh man woman transgender whatever can't do a thing yeah eight thing about the climate about earthquakes about hurricanes about tornadoes can't do it damn thing that's right i said it all my lord it's true if we destroyed every car on the face of the earth every bus on the face of the earth if we destroy their republic on the face the earth if we eliminated humanity are still be horrific hurricane eric wakes and tornado that's right they wouldn't be man made so they're trying to convince you that a natural disaster that a natural disaster is a manmade disaster and they suggested enough morons in this country to fight.