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"hurricane hazel" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Kona Hawaii or Oahu tomorrow and you got a great chance to win it is the best contest in the history of radio all right before the break I mention the word the words of the name's Bob hurricane hazel Adam alright I want to where every twice for the giants it applies the giants I went where everybody goes to get quality information I went to his wikipedia page well anybody could have added to this I guess but Bob hurricane hazel came up in nineteen fifty seven with the Braves the catch that was it he did not come up until the Braves one hundred game of the season any came up any subtlety sector cars and you set the league on fire a four seventy three average in forty three games for the season nights I guess he had a seven over to twenty seven RBIs first first like twelve games hit five fifty and was named hurricane hazel after I guess the actual hurricane hazel but it hit his hometown in South Carolina back in nineteen fifty four two years later he was out of baseball played for played in four World Series games that year and then nobody heard from again so this is the deal where that part of the season where people come up and all of a sudden they do something yeah and no and you know I'd see Dickerson I see your strips in all that and the boost they have given that this state reminded me a hurricane hazel because it turn the team around all I can think of his nicknames have shared sending got Donnie baseball that might be the most creative thing the giants of come up with gas is a nickname crawl I mean that yeah yeah I mean the deck is probably the number one exactly but hurricane hazel named after the hurricane that hit is my goodness that's kind.
"hurricane hazel" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"To the Formula one grand prix happening October nineteen th through the twenty first at the circuit of America's up in Austin. So that's coming up next. But not only did Michael hit shore yesterday as a category for its strongest ever to make landfall in the Florida, panhandle. The third strongest in American history and the worst hurricane to make landfall since nineteen sixty nine now as the sun rises today. So far two people have been confirmed dead and more and more than six hundred thousand people without power across Florida now is it still just two dead Jerry as far as we know at least comb through debris when the sun comes out. They'll have a better idea of the destruction six hundred thousand people across Florida, Alabama. Georgia and South Carolina without power Michael has been downgraded to a tropical tropical storm tornado warnings popped up overnight in South Carolina, several twists twisters reportedly touched down in Georgia the damage, let's just say it's extensive to say the least now Michael Graham, the director of the National Hurricane Center in Miami calls Michael a history making very devastating storm and one that we're not never going to forget. And that's that's saying my mildly. If you're a Mexico beach, Panama City, that's where the early reports of offer confirmation their whole communities are just wiped out level just wiped out unbelievable, and then ABC's ginger Zee witness one home, there was simply blown off its foundation rolled down the street magin that on a larger scale though, because officials are asking those who remain in show to remain shelter in place. Does it remains a shelter in place until further notice? In other words, if you're there, you're don't leave don't go outside go outside don't even go outside. And here's a here's a little little fact for you the last category for hurricane to make landfall in the United States in October was hurricane Hazel, which hit the Carolinas back in nineteen fifty four. Michael also, the first hurricane major hurricane to track into the state of Georgia or make landfall there since the Georgia hurricane of eighteen ninety eight and they were saying it was white like two miles an hour from being yes. Yes, there were there were reports that it was gonna hit as a cat fi. Yeah. But even at one hundred fifty five miles an hour. That's what it hit. And it was fast. Have you saw any of the coverage of this? It just blew in and blew right through and devastation in its wake. That's all you saw the video of that tree of a huge tree. Just get slowly lifted out of the ground. It was eerie very eerie. All right coming up next. It's flashback for grabs..
"hurricane hazel" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Typically what you see in terms of the wind totals that pop up. It's not really the number that you see from the advisory is that is that maximum sustained winds only in a very small select area of the storm kind of tell us how that works. Well, yeah. Typically, what happens is the hurricane hunters. They fly into these systems, and they dropped they put their drop zones down to the ocean floor, and then they get back. They get flight level wins back, which are usually the maximum sustained winds are measured about eighty to ninety percent off of what the flight level winds are so what happens is the drops down to the atmosphere. False raleigh's, turbulent conditions are very durable. They hit the ocean floor. We get pressure readings off this. We get wind readings and we get the maximum sustained winds. Now that being said, it's kind of like a fine needlepoint you really? We have to at any one point land where you're measuring the storm. That's why the hurricane hunters of there because they get the most accurate observations by putting those drawdowns through the storm the chances that those kind of maximum Windsor out run over anyone point where we have observation stations back on land like Appalachia cola Saint Joe Chroma ten or kindle or Panama City are very Sam back. Then what stands out to me the fact that we actually got a win reports. One hundred twenty nine miles an hour at the landfall point. Now keep in mind a category. Four hurricane is one thirty. Plus, so the fact that we actually did that. And the fact that the official observation from the drop zones was it made landfall at one hundred and fifty five borderline five is just unbelievably impressive to me. Not in a good way. The last time we did. This was hurricane Hazel back in the fifties where it actually made landfall as a strong category four hurricane. And you know, the thing is like Hazel. This is going to run up the east coast a little bit. It's going to go pretty rapidly. But I think we could be hearing about some flooding across parts. Virginia. Eastern North Carolina. And I'm not totally sure that parts of like, south jersey are totally going to be off the hook from some heavy rain and strong winds to as exit exits out to see probably still as a tropical storm south of Cape May New Jersey as we get into Friday. That's how impressive this is. So one of the things that in terms of the intensity of the storm you'd be new at least a wind speeds of hundred fifty five miles an hour. But as they go back and look at the data and analysts a storm historically could we see it actually bumped up to a category five at once. They review everything we could we absolutely could. That's a very good point. Because that is what we saw with hurricane. Andrew that hit homestead Florida back in the early nineties nineteen Ninety-two, and what happened was they thought initially. It was a four and then the guys from the Hurricane Center and other coordinating offices went ahead and they did a damage assessment. And they determined by the.
"hurricane hazel" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"The next jackpot could start at nearly four million dollars. Today is day three of the closely watched murder trial for Chicago police officers Jason Van Dyke charged in the twenty fourteen shooting death of quantum McDonald yesterday. The man who has van dykes partner that night former officer Joseph walls, took the witness stand and insisted that McDonald raised a knife tore them contradicting police dash Cam video wall sets been granted immunity from prosecution in the case, he's one of three officers who were charged with obstruction of Justice and conspiracy counts last year in connection to the shooting Iowa police say homeless man killed a collegiate golf star playing around on her own Celia bar Canada Romania was from Spain. And at one the NC double a big twelve tournament an amateur tournament in Europe. I was state university women's golf coach Christine Martin. She brought flowers for every single one of her teammates on Valentine's Day. They didn't have a Valentine. She would write quotes up on our board our facility every day for her play for teammates police, say twenty two year old Colin Daniel Richards, had allegedly told it acquaintance, he had an urge to rape and kill a woman. The death toll in the aftermath of hurricane. Florence has risen to thirty seven in North Carolina. Sixteen rivers are at major flood stage as many rivers continue to rise. Many including Richard Lovett. Barbara at the Cape. Fear river here that could crush today at nearly thirty feet above its flood stage of thirty five feet since hurricane Hazel is not never been this bad. Even Matthew won't this bad. Hurricane Hazel hit North Carolina in one thousand nine hundred eighty four two years ago. Matthew, also flooded many of the same areas.
"hurricane hazel" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"CBS three meteorologist, Katie Fehlinger. Mostly sunny and still warm, but not as humid it looks like a pretty nice day. You're high up to eighty two we'll stay quiet tonight down to sixty four and pretty comfortable as well. Tomorrow, a seasonable day with some sun, your high seventy five so it is cooler come Friday, sun and clouds return. But there could be a shower stormed later that night up to eighty one degrees. And then generally looks pretty quiet this weekend as we officially kick off the fall season some sun for both weekend days, eighty on Saturday, just seventy four Sunday. But there's also a chance that we see some showers south of the city throughout Sunday as well. We'll keep you posted eyewitness weather update. Take times every hour on KYW NewsRadio partly cloudy. Seventy one degrees at the broadcast center. Heading up to eighty two today. Twenty one. Place. Listen on your radio or anywhere, you go. W O G L dot com slash listen. KYW news time five twenty four in North Carolina. Sixteen rivers are at major flood stages. Dude, all the rain from hurricane Florence. The storm is now blamed for at least thirty five deaths as many rivers continue to rise. Many including Richard Lovett. Barbara at the Cape. Fear river here that could crush today at nearly thirty feet above flood stage of thirty five feet since hurricane Hazel is not never been this bad. Even Matthew won't this bad. Hurricane Hazel hit North Carolina in one.
"hurricane hazel" Discussed on KNSS
"Unprecedented track there. We've seen storms out in the middle of the Atlantic. Move south Westwood when they're Boston. So this one's going to get blocked in there. But let me let me get down to the nitty gritty here about what is going to happen. And why folks have to just take the seriously Harvey went inland about seventy five or eighty miles in tremendous amount of rain, but the wind died down the wind will die down with this um. But because it'll be so close to the coast it will still maintain hurricane intensity until the final landfall, which may not be until Sunday because it'd be crossed Cape fear and then start south west down along the coast, which means all the coast gets raked from Cape lookout all the way down to Charleston by hurricane winds. And after it gets through in one two day period. It's not going to be three to six hours. It's going to be up to two days in that Wilmington area just pounding away. It takes takes on the grand strand and this area, Myrtle Beach. Now, Myrtle Beach was devastated. During hurricane Hazel Hazel is. We'll be a stronger storm as far as pressure wind goes, but the amount of rain at Myrtle Beach with this Wilmington Cape fear, right spill beach, you're looking to three maybe four feet of rain in some places over two to three day periods. So the combination of all this is what would make this storm the costliest in history and the Carolinas. Pretty scary. It looks like they've had an evacuation of all these coastal areas. And then we can see people making their way out one of the biggest problems on top of the massive amounts of rain because you were very adamant that the storm is going to slow soon as it makes it on shore. If you're right, and it's gonna be Wilmington, and and Myrtle Beach, then it's going to make its way down to Charleston. Maybe maybe even a south of savannah, that's a very different pattern than I think most people would expect they would expect the storm to come in and then sneak up the east coast towards New York, but that's not going to be the case here. Well, actually, once it gets you'll get all the way back into northern Georgia. And then it'll get picked up in the westerlies a couple of the mounts a week from today, we may be getting rain from this up in the north east part of the United States, but we have to deal with this right now. And here's here's the thing. Moral. Let's say you're in Myrtle Beach. Okay. Usually your wind starts out of the northeast and east northeast and goes to the north west winter storm goes by you, remember? Matthew, you folks in Myrtle Beach, Wilmington, right? This is different in Myrtle Beach. The wind is going to start from the north west and the storm because it's coming down will then shift to the northeast and the east. So the worst part of the storm is coming behind it as the storm surge, and because it's moving so slow it's not going to be just a few hours. There could be twelve eighteen twenty four hours. We're the wind is gusting to hurricane force. And I could see, you know, you're out Cape. Fear rights Bill beach Wilmington. You can look at this thing. Maybe two days of hurricane. Can. I was the problem in Houston. The last time I mean, Houston storm member kept circling around in circles and go back and back and dumping even more water and more water on and massive flooding. And then you had the storm surge how much property damage would you anticipate leading into this is gonna take place. Well, I thought I made a guess on the Neal's coast to coast yesterday fifty to one hundred billion in there. But the the fortunate I don't estimate property damage like that. But I was just saying in terms of what I'm looking at this in the slow movement in the amount of rain. But.
"hurricane hazel" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Boarded it up all the windows. We get off the ground. The bug out is underway in the mid Atlantic. States says hurricane Florence approaches records at birth certificates. Back to their car. We've got sandbags. Door cat. Four could be kept five at one point expected to make landfall sometime late Thursday night or early Friday morning. Joining us live is Sarah Griffin and associate researcher at UW cooperative institute for meteorological satellite. Studies morning, sir. Thanks for joining us in morning. How are you? We're doing. Okay. It's been awhile. Since this part of the country has seen a storm like this. And that probably is gonna add to some of the confusion, and maybe even some of the rejection of the seriousness of this hurricane by some on the ground. They just haven't seen something like this before they don't know how bad it can be correct. The last storm of this intensity that I hit the North Carolina or South Carolina. Coast was hurricane Hazel back in nineteen forty nine hundred fifty four they've had some close run ins hurricane Hugo hit in nineteen eighty nine. And they got a lotta rain from hurricane Matthew in twenty sixteen. But in terms of this strong of a hurricane. This is a this has been the strongest in about sixty years line, Sarah, this is a really really. Big storm too. Yes, it is. And unfortunately, big stories like Katrina was also a very big storm. If you have big storms that can also pushing a lot of storm surge, which is one of the issues with such large hurricane. There's usually a three prong disaster with hurricane. There's a wind storm surge up to ten to fifteen feet in some locations, and then the inland flooding, and so that means even if you're not on the coast, you could also still get impacted by the charge and especially by the inland flooding. We are live with Sarah Griffin and associate researcher at the UW cooperative institute for meteorological satellite studies, discussing Florence pending arrival late Thursday night or early Friday on the mid Atlantic states. Of course, anytime we get a major event like this. The argument is again renewed about climate change. Are we seeing more of these things are they becoming more frequent or are they becoming more severe?.
"hurricane hazel" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"National Hurricane Center. But the national weather service used a G word a word this starts with G to describe at this storm's potential impact and the g word is grave a grave warning to the care. Airline airliners for the potential impact for hurricane Florence. That sounds horrible. Yeah. It is probably accurate. Joe is a matter of fact meteorologists that I know who is a friend of mine said that this could be the worst natural disaster in North Carolina history, and they've had some bad ones. I mean, hurricane Hugo in nineteen eighty nine was a category. Four storm with one hundred twenty mile per hour winds, and we know what kind of damage that caused in North Carolina, and it they have suffered through a number of them. But this could be the most powerful ever you go really go back to hurricane Hazel in nineteen fifty four which was a category four storm as well. But this one could actually make landfall Joe as a category. Five storm it continues to gain strength and wins could be near hundred sixty miles per hour. When it does make landfall, and that may be maybe isn't the worst part of. This storm surge is expected to be a ten feet or higher rain totals expected to be measured in feet in some areas. And now there are some extra concerns. Because the latest forecast and the latest tracking on this having it making a little turn once it makes landfall maybe a southern skew which could make South Carolina and portions of inland. Areas of North Carolina even more susceptible to huge amounts of rain here. So this has a lot of danger to it the wind. The storm surge and the ensuing inland rain that could really. Create massive problems and create that grave condition for millions of people, and you talked about the beach impact. It's amazing to me that there will be beat impact from this storm from Florida all the way up to Massachusetts. This is this is big it's currently four hundred miles wide. Now, it's it said that it'll be five hundred miles wide by the time. It makes landfall that is as big as some of the states like Tennessee, Michigan, South Carolina. That is a really big really powerful storm NBC News Radio bills in for part of our team coverage here this morning on this special edition of Orlando's morning news. As I mentioned updated, weather and traffic.
Vietnam asks residents not to eat dog meat
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"hurricane hazel" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Maybe even Saturday as the storm is expected to stall along the coast, FOX meteorologist Janice dean says that could have the measuring the rain in feats. We could see destruction far inland from the coast, not just along the coastal communities, which could be devastating, especially if this hurricane just sits out there insurance for two or three days worth Carolina. Lieutenant governor, Dan forest. You always absolutely have to prepare for the worst. In exodus has already begun as people evacuate along the Virginia. And Carolina coasts hearing a dangerous storm surge, I left my home. And so I had to board up the home and make the necessary precaution. She left Charleston flew to Philadelphia. Fox's Griff Jenkins is Carter county and they've got to be gone by eight pm today. Tomorrow morning at seven AM the bridge onto Olympic city where I am. We'll be closed, and you cannot get in. You cannot get out and people here. Remember hurricane Hazel in nineteen fifty four the rip the island apart people are enduring long lines for gas stations ran out store shelves or emptying president. Trump's of the federal government is totally prepared. He also said a year after hurricane Maria. I think was tremendous. I think the Puerto Rico was incredible. Unsown success Puerto Rico's. Governor recently raised the number killed by the storm and in the powerless aftermath to nearly three thousand people. It's Wendy in Hawaii is tropical storm a Livia closes in with the landfall this morning. Some areas of Maui could get up to twenty inches of rain sixteen years after Elizabeth smart was abducted from her bedroom in Utah fourteen year old kidnappers will get out of prison next week. Wanda Barsy will be set free six years early. Elizabeth smart in a statement, call bars release incomprehensible and bet she's disappointed by it. She says she will address it publicly in the coming days. Fox's grenell? Scott, Fox News, fair and balanced..
"hurricane hazel" Discussed on KTRH
"I mean, it's been a fairly moist summer some places have had their wettest summer on record already. I think Wilmington. Batterer as Norfolk are all if if they're not in the it's not the rainiest summer. It's one of their rainy if so the soil is just can't handle anymore rain. So it's just gonna this is going to sit there and be get soak in so it'll just run off caused flooding. I think what we've seen to with when the soil becomes that wet. It doesn't take too much wind out of the ordinary then knock trees over since. It's not good gripping for the roots. Gets a double whammy there. You've got both the soft weak soil and then at the same time, especially near the coast. You'll have these strong winds, you know, easily surpassing hundred if not more miles per hour with the storm makes landfall right now possibly a strong category. Three or category. Four seems to be the the good range. And but that again is rate at where it makes landfall not necessarily inland at that level wind speed and the graphic that USA today included with a couple of these stories new with regards to the damage that wind can do, you know, one maybe not so bad you get into a category. Two you could lose parts of your roof. Three. You're losing a good amount of roof and four and five would have just like, good luck. With that. You know? Wind speeds minimum one hundred thirty miles an hour. Yeah. That's that's when they they the adjective, they use the Hurricane Center uses catastrophic damage where even sturdy homes can be pulled apart in power lines easily knocked over, you know, pretty pretty much the whole infrastructure of a of a city or town or region can be wiped out for for quite a number of weeks. We saw what happened in Puerto Rico last year when a category for pretty much went from one side of the island to the other and knocked out power for for many people for weeks, if not months, of course, most of the infrastructure is better here on the mainland. But it's still something that, you know, many places can handle the category four wins as far as infrastructure goes. We're speaking with Doyle rice, whether reporter at USA today. What else jumped out at us? You were starting to piece all this together with regards to some of the data and maybe historic comparisons. Yeah. It's North Carolina's no stranger to hurricanes. If you look at the map, it sticks it sticks out there. It's kind of a almost hurricane alley. They're no stranger to the big storms. They've had multiple impacts over the decades. Hurricane Hazel back in the fifties. Hurricane Hugo, actually hit South Carolina. And then did some more damage in North Carolina in nineteen eighty nine. And you go back to other ones like Floyd and Fran and even more recently. Irene they've all if not land made landfall in North Carolina has caused tremendous inland flooding in North Carolina. And that's probably again, what's going to be the big problem with foreign soil rice weather reporter at USA today. Fourteen minutes now after the hour on This.
"hurricane hazel" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"A bit of drizzle early today than varying amounts of clouds, warmer, sticky, shower thunderstorm this afternoon, a high seventy nine tonight, cloudy, humid, some showers, low seventy one tomorrow, mostly cloudy, and humid shower thunderstorm, a high eighty it's sixty six degrees, cloudy skies, some spotty drizzle. Humidity ninety seven percent, again, sixty six setting up to seventy nine. Wins. News time ten zero seven the other big story today is hurricane Florence. The storm is barreling toward the Carolinas with the latest on its position in strength is accurate. Meteorologist dean devore. Yeah. We've got another tragedy brewing in the Atlantic is continued to watch Florence. It's weakened just a tad to just barely a category. Four storm sustained winds about one hundred thirty miles per hour. But at nine hundred and fifty miles to the southeast of Cape fear, North Carolina's still a long way to go to get to the coast. But we expected to kind of fluctuate it's an intensity as it heads towards Carolina coast. We look for a landfall sometime Thursday night into Friday, and then potential for catastrophic flooding because now the models say that once it makes landfall may sit and stall what that means for us is the likelihood now that our weekend is dry is it doesn't look like that moisture or any wind from the storm could come up this way. We'll keep you up to date as we go minute by minute right here on New York's weather station, ten ten wins. Carolina's haven't been hit by a storm like this since her. Hurricane Hazel in nineteen fifty four Henry McMaster is the governor of South Carolina. We have an evacuation order for most of our coast and a in effect. I'll all the coastal counties, and.
Alex Trebek, Yellowstone National Park and Hurricane discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal
"Is back with more of America's first. News, but in hurricane Florence could inflict the hardest. Hurricane punch the Carolinas have seen in more than sixty years with rain and wind of more than one hundred thirty miles per hour. North Carolina has been hit only by one other category for storms since reliable record keeping began in the eighteen fifties that was hurricane Hazel in nineteen fifty four governor ROY Cooper says shelters are being set up across the state. We know
"hurricane hazel" Discussed on KTOK
"Kushinka is back with more of America's first. News in hurricane. Florence could inflict the hardest. Hurricane punch the Carolinas have seen in more than sixty years with rain and wind of more than one hundred thirty miles per hour. North Carolina has been hit only by one other category for storms since reliable record keeping began in the eighteen fifties that was hurricane Hazel in nineteen fifty four governor ROY Cooper says shelters are being set up across the state. We know that there would be mandatory evacuations along because I want to make sure that people have a place to go Lawrence to other hurricanes churning behind it. Raising concerns about a repeat of last year's record setting season. Hurricane Isaac and hurricane. Helene are still too far away to accurately predict their paths. Climate change is taking a toll on Yellowstone National Park. According to a new study by the park hotter. Drier conditions have led to more severe wildfires in the park while growing numbers of visitors have harmed everything from prized hydrothermal features to its famed grizzly bears at mammoth hot springs in the north west of. The park the average annual daily minimum temperature increased by nearly four degrees between nineteen forty one and two thousand sixteen. The Trump administration has ordered the closure of the Palestinian diplomatic mission in Washington and threatened sanctions against the international criminal court, if it pursues investigations against the US, Israel or other allies national security adviser, John Bolton in a Trump administration will not keep the office open when the Palestinians refused to take steps to start direct and meaningful negotiations with Israel. The United States supports a direct and robust peace process. Then moves are likely to harden Palestinian resistance to the US role as a peacebroker. Here's yet another issue. That's dividing us. Alex trebek's new beard when jeopardy kicked off his thirty fifth season. The host came out with a new look any address the issue head on by saying no need to enquire. How I spent my summer vacation things got a little out of hand. Of course fans took to Twitter with. A poll gauging how they really feel to beard or not to beard, so far the supporters outweigh the opposition sixty seven to thirty three percent, Alex things people are interested. I like that. To enquire. How I spent my summer vacation. Don't worry, Alex. We're not interested. Oh, come on.
"hurricane hazel" Discussed on WWL
"Two-thirds of teens about this. Right. Two thirds of teenagers. See they would rather communicate with their friends online than in person. The study from the nonprofit commonsense media has been released as companies like Facebook, apple and Google are trying to tackle parents concerns that too much screen time can be harmful. The survey found that the percentage of young people who said their favorite way to talk to friends is face to face declined from forty nine percent to thirty two percent from six years ago. A couple of other findings one arise from forty four to fifty four percent in the percentage of teens who say their devices distract them, quote, when I should be paying attention to the people I'm with the other finding forty percent say they're frustrated with friends for being on the phone so much when they're together. It's eight minutes now in front of the hour on this morning. Jennifer Kushinka is back with more of America's first. News in hurricane. Florence could inflict the hardest. Hurricane punch the Carolinas have seen in more than sixty years with rain and wind of more than one hundred thirty miles per hour. North Carolina has been hit only by one other category. Four storm since reliable record-keeping began in the eighteen fifties. That was hurricane Hazel in nineteen fifty four governor ROY Cooper says shelters are being set up across the state. We know that there would be mandatory evacuations long because they wanna make sure that people have a place to go Lawrence's to other hurricanes churning behind it. Raising concerns about a repeat of last year's record setting season. Hurricane Isaac and hurricane. Helene are still too far away to accurately predict their paths. Climate change is taking a toll on Yellowstone National Park. According to a new study by the park hotter. Drier conditions have led to more severe wildfires in the park while growing numbers of visitors have harmed everything from prized hydrothermal features to its famed grizzly bears at mammoth hot springs in the north west of. The park the average annual daily minimum temperature increased by nearly four degrees between nineteen forty one and two thousand sixteen. The Trump administration has ordered the closure of the Palestinian diplomatic mission in Washington and threatened sanctions against the international criminal court, if it pursues investigations against the US, Israel or other allies national security adviser, John Bolton, the Trump administration will not keep the office open when the Palestinians refused to take steps to start direct and meaningful negotiations with Israel. The United States supports a direct and robust peace process. Then moves are likely to harden Palestinian resistance to the US role as a peacebroker. Here's yet another issue. That's dividing us. Alex trebek's new beard when jeopardy kicked off his thirty fifth season. The host came out with a new look any address the issue head on by saying no need to enquire. How I spent my summer vacation things got a little out of hand. Of course fans took to Twitter with. Poll gauging how they really feel to beard or not to beard, so far the supporters outweigh the opposition sixty seven to thirty three percent, Alex things people are interested. I like that. To enquire. How I spent my summer vacation. Don't worry, Alex. We're not interested come on thirty five seasons, by the way. Wow. Wow. Six minutes now in front of the hour. FM L A F L S.
"hurricane hazel" Discussed on KTRH
"And that there had been a hurricane which created this sort of quicksand that they call plus sam and he got called them this and died and so because he died associated with the hurricane um he now shows up to warn people were a hurricane a curse uh an and in fact i mean this is still going on uh one of the most interesting sightings happened is latest 1989 when hurricane hugo came through and so um the great man is fascinating because he is what we would think of as a harbinger so harbingers are these manifestations that occurred just before some traumatic events they could be good or bad that's exactly right so in the case of the gray man he is considered good because people know if they see him that means they better high pellet out of there uh and so he has saved a lot of lives uh there was a story from 1954 about a couple uh that was actually sir on their honeymoon and they woke up in the middle of the night when a guy knocked on the door and the man opened the door in here is this gray man standing there with a gray hat and uh the guy vanished and so the couple knowing what this meant they immediately got in their car and left and the next day hurricane hazel hit which was a terribly destructive hurricane that nobody salk coming.
"hurricane hazel" Discussed on KTRH
"Marshes to visit his fiancee to finalise the plans for a wedding and there had been a hurricane which created this sort of quick fan that they call plus fan and he got called them this and died and so because he died associated with the hurricane uh he now shows up to warn people were a hurricane occurs uh an and in fact i mean this is still going on the one of the most interesting sightings happened is latest 1989 when hurricane hugo came through and so um the great man is fascinating because he is what we would think of as a harbinger so harbingers are these manifestations that occurred just before some traumatic event they could be good or bad that's exactly right so in the case of the gray man he is considered good because people know if they see him that means they better high pellet out of there uh and so he had saved a lot of live the there was a story from 1954 about a couple uh that was actually sir on their honeymoon and they a woke up in the middle of the night when a guy knocked on the door and the man opened the door in here is this gray man standing there with a gray hat and the the guy vanished and so the couple knowing what this meant they immediately got in their car and left and the next day hurricane hazel hit which was a terribly destructive hurricane that nobody saw coming.
"hurricane hazel" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"As the offered new york after they hello jimbo thank you is good to be with you again you're with me and always will be any by ten glossy of you you be hanging place of honour in my home region well we get away remember when you used to cover for larry king that's the first time they saw you fake and kelly i wish i could remember what you're looked like anyway 'cause i've already over go right ahead for the deployment a couple of questions in what some of my experiences uh in mr mike is less name again but smith copy down the name of the book i really want um is the weather science how science aimed the weather well go down though you want it is published by green leaf so go ahead got you know i lived through a hurricane when i was a kid it was foiled hurricane hazel yes i recall by the time we were in the let's see eye of it but those terrible terrible strong winds the nighttime by midnight we were getting 99 miles an hour winds i can't possibly fathom one hundred eighty five with this reach the uh but uh the destruction was horrible ninety nine remember trees and huge tree downing wires all over your utility pole shook like rubber bands through my mother with yell at me every time i open the door to a little is going on right jewish verify but um then the next morning when everything come down i went outside and i wanted to get over to when we lived in the west side of the road everybody was in one st or the other i wanted to see on my grandmother was in a the audacity to crossover live lawyers to cut through the back not a great idea to cross over the livewires but the did you have a question for our guest or uh i don't know when hazel but i must have been eleven or twelve when i was so concerned bro let's see hurricane hazel was night t fifty four eleven years old my goodness wow student is yes what were the velocities of the winds when they get my family is a a condo in the first key peevish gang right across the bridge miami right and i'm curious to know what wins when it hit the.
"hurricane hazel" Discussed on WCTC
"The season but i believe the season goes through november but the global warming alarmists we're eh eh just like el gorah well i told you so as we saw erma coming up right thinking it was gonna a limb you know destroy the florida keys now we again we've got some problems as we do with nature and with seasons but you can you know that because they weren't and president they are goes they're they're they're narrative that this is going to get worse every year and in fact for the last decade it has not only not been worse it's been the lightest we've experienced so now looked both very powerful harvey and erma category four it brought devastation all kinds of places but it's the colorado state university meteorologist found that hurricane erma made it she became the seventh most powerful storm to hit the mainland since recordkeeping began in the eighteen 50s yeah i mean that serious but not as bad as katrina as andrew as camille data written down there she what she was down there hurricane harvey which hit texas of course august 25th ranked eighteen on the list placing it a threeway tie with an 1898 georgia hurricane and hurricane hazel in eight in 1954 so the arguments that our behavior man made it demand made experience human accomplishment is supposed to its its they they argued their base of their argument is that human accomplishment is a bad thing and if that was the case in two thousand in seventeen why why is harvey tied with an 1898 jor hurricane that hit georgia and and a hurricane from up from sixty years ago so look these are things this is about logic and reason and yes even science and that's an important thing to remember and so there's that the attempt to politicise an event like this and in the meantime the water conservatives doing you know we're looking at ways to make sure that the efficient a smart government can get things done at at a decent clip so that people can get their lives back in order that's another part of conservatism not just small governor but you can have smaller government because it's it'll be more efficient and more effective the larger government is the more of a menace that it.