21 Burst results for "Hurricane Rosa"

"hurricane rosa" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane rosa" Discussed on WGN Radio

"WGN forecast. Here's Tom skilling. Temperatures are Wade. Down today. We were near a record of ninety yesterday today we've been hard pressed to get out of the fifties in most areas. Temperature drop of nearly thirty degrees. The cool weather will continue tonight. We've got a wet storm system that incorporates. Some of the remnants of hurricane Rosa that went ashore in Baja California moved into the southwest with flooding yesterday. And this system is to bring some pretty healthy range in the next couple of days tonight, cloudy over and Kula showers possible by morning, low fifty two Friday, cloudy and breezy, rainy, periods and the chance of a few thunderstorms high tomorrow, sixty four Friday night, showers and thunderstorms, some locally heavy downpours possible nearly steady or slowly rising. Temperatures will be in the mid to upper sixties by daybreak Saturday and Saturday more cloudy than not mild for a time. They'll be scattered showers and thunderstorms, a high of seventy five but falling in the afternoon, Sunday, cloudy Shamsher. Sprinkles at times, cooler sixty seven and Monday, perhaps in early thunderstorm, then a warm front passage. It'll be turning partly cloudy breezy, and I'm seasonably warm again with higher humidity high up to eighty and we'll be married he on Tuesday and Wednesday is well, I'm Tom skilling and the WGN weather center. It is fifty five degrees at O'Hare, midway fifty seven Naperville fifty eight. It's fifty four degrees along Chicago's lakefront. Winds are north seventeen miles an hour. The.

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"hurricane rosa" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane rosa" Discussed on KQED Radio

"People in Phoenix. In other parts of Arizona are drying out today after record rainfall yesterday the remnants of hurricane Rosa now. A tropical depression dropped close to two and a half inches of rain on the Phoenix metro area. That is a lot of rain anywhere. But for Phoenix it was the city's wettest October day ever in one of the wettest days in the city's history period. Joining us now is Ian Schwartz. He's meteorologist keep CBS five there in Phoenix in welcome. Thanks for having me. We're were drying out a little bit. It sounds like it. And how significant was that rainfall because if you do the math that means that Phoenix got several months worth of rain in a single day. Yeah. And that a lot of that was in twelve hours. We got about a third of the rain. We would see in an entire year in about twelve hours. Well, is it common for a hurricane the remnants of a hurricane in the Pacific to make it that far up north into the desert? Yeah, we'll see this happen every couple three four years. And when it does it's something we watch very closely not so much for the hurricane to roll into town. And, you know, the classic thing you'd see on the east coast with the wind, but it sends a tremendous amount of moisture our way, and it helped just be a very efficient rain producing system and it rained for. Oh, I mean, ten hours straight is not something we see often here. We're used to kind of hit and miss storms or one side of Phoenix will get pummeled on the other side sees nothing. But this was just a steady stream that did not stop. And because of that there was flooding. The pictures of some of the flash floods were pretty amazing dramatic car rescues is..

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"hurricane rosa" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane rosa" Discussed on Here & Now

"People in Phoenix in other parts of Zona are drying out today after record rainfall. Yesterday the remnants of hurricane Rosa. Now a tropical depression dropped close to two and a half inches of rain on the Phoenix metro area and is a lot of rain anywhere. But for Phoenix, it was the city's wettest October day ever in one of the wettest days in the city's history period joining us now is Ian Schwartz season meteorologist at KP HBO CBS five there in Phoenix in welcome. Thanks for having me. Were we're drying out a little bit, it sounds like it. And how significant was that rainfall? Because if you do the math, that means that Phoenix got several months worth of rain in a single day. Yeah, and that a lot of that was in twelve hours. We got about a third of the rain. We would see in an entire year in about twelve hours while is it common. For a hurricane, the remnants of a hurricane in the Pacific to make it that far up north into the desert. Yeah, we'll see this happen every couple three, four years. And when it does, it's something we watch very closely, not so much for the hurricane to roll into town, and you know the classic thing you would see on the east coast with the wind, but it sends a tremendous amount of moisture our way, and it helped just be come very efficient rain producing system. And it rained for, I mean, ten hours straight is not something we see. Often here we're used to kind of hit and miss storms or one side of Phoenix. We'll get pummeled on the other side sees nothing, but this was just a steady stream that did not stop. And because of that, there was flooding the pictures of some of the flash floods were pretty amazing. Dramatic car rescues is.

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Buckeye Elementary votes to name school after late Sen. John McCain

The Conservative Circus

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Buckeye Elementary votes to name school after late Sen. John McCain

"Until proven guilty. But now you're guilty until proven innocent. That is a very very difficult stand. Trump says the switch has been flipped for Cavanaugh rain from remnants of hurricane. Rosa flooded up valley roads Tuesday, leaving some motorists stranded. This woman had to be rescued from Macara Choya and Tatum. She told Foxton she thought she could make it through the intersection on. I don't think this is good. This is a good idea. It's

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Rosa downgraded, but will still drench the Southwest

Arizona's Morning News

01:00 min | 2 years ago

Rosa downgraded, but will still drench the Southwest

"A flash flood warning has been issued for all of Maricopa county's remnants of former hurricane Rosa dumping, record amounts of rain. No immediate end in sight and KTAR. Jim cross begins. Our live team coverage at I seventeen in northern Jim we've been running around this area for the last hour to a lot of surface streets with running water. Lot of people in the number two lane number one lane. Just not possible right now. ABC fifteen meteorologist IRS CEO says the showers should let up a little later on this morning clearing a bit which could ignite some thunderstorms, a Sapna that would only ramp up the danger of flash flooding still thinking we're gonna end up closer to that two inch Mark in some spots. Possibly a little higher with any heavy storms that developed this afternoon now again, this won't let up until later this morning, basically, a wall of water shield of moisture all the way to the US Mexico border from the valley live, and I seventeen in northern Jim cross. KTAR

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"hurricane rosa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane rosa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"For video roadlog, here's your forecast continued rains from what was hurricane Rosa will affect southern California. Portions of southwestern Arizona and the central Rockies through at least tomorrow as much as three to six inches isolated amounts of ten inches of rain for areas right up through the central Rockies. You can expect some heavy rain again today along areas of I ten in Arizona sections of I forty south of the Grand Canyon. And I fifteen as you head from California through Vegas into Utah. The severe weather and heavy showers yesterday and the upper mid west is moving off to the east. We saw those heavy showers in Iowa portions of Wisconsin northern Illinois and Michigan today. That system slowly moves to the north and east will see rain for I eighty one all the way over to I seventy five and then on I eighty east and west we'll see those showers rather heavy today your national forecast from Red Eye Radio. I'm meteorologist John trout. Thanks, so much John eight six six ninety redeye. This is what's going on? Five ten ninety. I cannot be the only person thinking this right now. Everything you need to start your day the latest forecast backups in delays and the stories behind the headlines. Appreciate the fact that you all bring them down..

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"hurricane rosa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane rosa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Monday for Cobra electronics our forecast continued rains from what was hurricane Rosa will affect southern California. Portions of southwestern Arizona and the central Rockies through at least tomorrow as much as three to six inches isolated amounts of ten inches of rain for areas right up through the central Rockies. You can expect some heavy rain again today along areas of I ten in Arizona sections of I forty south of the Grand Canyon. And I fifteen as you head from California through Vegas into Utah. The severe weather and heavy showers yesterday and the upper mid west is moving off to the east. We saw those heavy showers and portions of Wisconsin northern Illinois and Michigan today that system slowly moves to the north and east will see rain for I eighty one all the way over to. I seventy. Five and then on I eighty east and west we'll see those showers rather heavy today your national forecast from Red Eye Radio. I'm meteorologist John track. Thanks so much. John an own also the new trade deal, the good and the band all coming up. Washington's mall, W N A L. Washington comes to talk. Something happened that you've got to hear Leary and local weekdays three to six is remarkable. How this debate is going Leary O'Connor shell. Hi, larry. I really enjoy your show. Thank you for that. Traffic and weather the day's top stories, and you Larry. Man. I.

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"hurricane rosa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane rosa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Zona as the remnants of hurricane Rosa come ashore through the early part of the week. There's a low in the Pacific that's combining with the system that will create some unsettled weather most likely as far as Los Angeles with a chance of showers today. We'll continue. You to see the chance of rain along the Gulf Coast from south Texas over to Florida, you'll note we've already seen some snow in the higher elevations of the mountain regions of some of the northern tier states, Idaho, Montana north and South Dakota. So if you're traveling in and out of I ninety four in the region, I twenty nine or fifteen keep in mind. This is the time of year that snow can come at a moment's notice. But most of what we're seeing today falling from Seattle all the way over to Detroit is going to be in the form of rain clear today in the northeast and midwest there's a look for national forecast from Red Eye Radio. I'm meteorologist John trout. Thanks, so much John eight six six ninety redeye. point nine FM. This is what's going on? Mornings five ten nine AM. I cannot be the only person thinking this right now. Everything you need to start your day the latest forecast backups in delay the stories behind the headlines. Appreciate the fact that you all bring them down..

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"hurricane rosa" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane rosa" Discussed on WJR 760

"Arizona as the remnants of hurricane Rosa come ashore through the early part of the week. There's a low in the Pacific that's combining with the system that will create some unsettled weather, most likely as far as Los Angeles. With a chance of showers today will continue. You to see the chance of rain along the Gulf Coast from south Texas over to Florida, you'll note we've already seen some snow in the higher elevations of the mountain regions of some of the northern tier states, Idaho, Montana north and South Dakota. So if you're traveling in and out of I ninety four in the region, I twenty nine or fifteen keep in mind. This is the time of year that snow can come at a moment's notice. But most of what we're seeing today falling from Seattle all the way over to Detroit is going to be in the form of rain clear today in the northeast and midwest, there's a look at your national forecast from Red Eye Radio. I'm meteorologist John trout. Thanks, so much John eight six ninety redeye. From the JR weather center. Welcome Sunday night, I'm meteorologist Andrew Humphrey. While tonight, clouds will still be overhead and those clouds produce rain showers, even the possibility of some thunderstorms by Monday morning. So at dawn watch out for ponding on roadways once again and the possibility of some heavy downpours here, and there even some dangerous lightning as the kids wait for the school bus temperature start around fifty degrees from overnight as we go into Monday. High temperatures around sixty five degrees. Wet conditions especially in the morning, Monday night or another chance of showers and thunderstorms extending in the Tuesday morning by Tuesday afternoon, a little bit clear up to around seventy two and warmer. Mid seventies Wednesday, I'm meteorologist Andrew Humphrey,.

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"hurricane rosa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane rosa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Arizona as the remnants of hurricane Rosa come ashore through the early part of the week. There's a low in the Pacific that's combining with the system that will create some unsettled weather most likely as far as Los Angeles with a chance of showers today. We'll continue to see the chance of rain along the Gulf Coast from south Texas over to Florida. You'll note we've already seen some snow in the higher elevations of the mountain regions of some of the northern tier states, Idaho, Montana north and South Dakota. So if you're traveling in and out. I ninety four in the region, I twenty nine or fifteen keep in mind. This is the time of year that snow can come at a moment's notice. But most of what we're seeing today falling from Seattle all the way over to Detroit is going to be in the form of rain clear today in the northeast and midwest there's a look for national forecast from Red Eye Radio. I'm meteorologist John trout. Thanks, so much John eight six six ninety redeye. the Washington Baltimore area, showers and thunderstorms off to our west flash flood watches in effect through late tomorrow night, be weather aware with Washington's most accurate and dependable forecast. Some of these storms pack a punch with wind hail. Heavy rains ahead of the store with the Weather Channel, I'm Jeff marr meteorologist Ray Stagich. I'm meteorologist Washington small W M A L. Megawatt? How do I lower? My Novak electric Bill. According to the savings tips on Novak dot com. You could save up to three hundred dollars per year by using a smart thermostat. Keep it set at sixty eight degrees for heating when you were home and lower is several degrees when you are away..

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"hurricane rosa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane rosa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"John Wetherby. And we've got a big problem. Our big problem is former hurricane Rosa from the Pacific crossing the Baja California into the state of Arizona and up into Utah already today. Scattered thunderstorms, gusty winds blowing dust even the threat of some severe weather possible, which is normal with a land falling tropical cyclone. The actual landfall is going to happen tomorrow late in the day and eventually Rosa diminishes as a depression by Tuesday morning. But as she crosses Arizona, mainly across the west central portions of Arizona, the rain will spread eastward to Arizona New Mexico Colorado up into Utah folks in Salt Lake City needs to be ready for rain Tuesday into Wednesday. And here's the bigger problem for the rest of us. Rosa will continue to move northward and the plug into the northern storm track crossing the northern tier states moving toward the Great Lakes. Catch a little cold air, and we could see some early October. Snow tomorrow is the first of all Tober at rain will be expected across Minnesota Iowa into the upper Great Lakes, simply from a tropical are Canadian front pushing in that direction. So rose up. We'll add to the problems as we go through the week. That's important. And there's another storm behind rose called Sergio that will do the same thing mid weekend to the end of the week. So with all that in mind friends, we've got kind of an unsettled week colder air to the north is still hot and muggy to the south in back of your along. The Gulf Coast up to Dixie into the Carolinas. You'll see some showers and thunderstorms through Tuesday Wednesday Wednesday.

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"hurricane rosa" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane rosa" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"John Wetherby. And we've got a big problem. Our big problem is former hurricane Rosa from the Pacific crossing the Baja California into the state of Arizona and up into Utah already today. Scattered thunderstorms gusty winds blowing dust, there's even the threat of some severe weather possible, which is normal with a land falling tropical cyclone. The actual landfall is going to happen tomorrow late in the day and eventually Rosa diminishes as a depression by Tuesday morning. But as she crosses Arizona, mainly across the west central portions of Arizona, the rain will spread eastward through New Mexico Colorado up into Utah folks in Salt Lake City need to be ready for rain Tuesday into Wednesday. And here's the bigger problem for the rest of us. Rosa will continue to move northward and the plug into the northern storm track crossing the northern tier states moving toward the Great Lakes. Actually might catch a little cold air, and we could see some early October snow. That's right. Tomorrow's the first of all dober- and rain will be expected across Minnesota Iowa into the upper Great Lakes simply from a tropical or Canadian front pushing in that direction. So rose up. We'll add to the problems as we go through the week that important and there's another storm behind Rosa called Sergio that will do the same thing. Mid week end to the end of the week. So with all that in mind friends, we've got kind of an unsettled week colder air to the north is still hot and muggy to the in of your along. The Gulf Coast up to Dixie into the Carolinas. You'll see some showers and thunderstorms through Tuesday Wednesday Wednesday.

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"hurricane rosa" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane rosa" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Jury deliberations beginning in the retrial of a man accused of burning a Mississippi woman to death. Prosecutors say evidence links Quinton tell us to Jessica chambers is death. But the defense notes emergency workers heard chambers identify her attacker as Eric jurors when unable to reach a verdict. The first time around hurricane Rosa on track to drench portions of Mexico and the US. To category two storm, and it's going to move towards the Baja peninsula Mexico. And by tonight. We'll start seeing some showers move in primarily Arizona is where we're going to see this butcher commend some spots. Probably four to five inches of rain. And when you get that much rain in Arizona so quickly that causes flooding. So we're going to be worried about that, Fox News meteorologist Rick? Funeral services later this week in North Carolina for an autistic boy who disappeared from park Maddox rich riches, father says his son ran off and he couldn't catch up because of health problems Maddux's body was found in a creek after several days of searching officials at a hospital in southern California saying they expect a thirteen year old to recover after a shark. Bit him north of San Diego. Authorities saying the victim was dining with others from his church youth group at some point a shark estimated at eleven feet long attacked him working to identify what type of shark was involved in saying seeing a shark in that area. Really, isn't that rare? It's many different species of sharks. Who are also non-threatening? Fox's Jeff Paul team Europe defeats the US on the green Europe reclaimed the trophy after capturing seven and a half of the twelve points available in Sunday singles the final score was seventeen and a half to ten and a half. The US has not won a Ryder Cup on foreign soil since one thousand nine hundred three American captain Jim furic was gracious in defeat played some great golf this week. I'll take my cap. Off Thomas was.

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"hurricane rosa" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane rosa" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"I'm going back on dazzle me dot com tonight accused of burning a Mississippi woman to death. Prosecutors say evidence links Quinton tell us Jessica chambers is death. But the. Offense notes emergency workers heard chambers identify her attacker as Eric jurors when unable to reach a verdict. The first time around hurricane Rosa on track to drench portions of Mexico and the US. It's a category two storm, and it's going to move towards the Baja peninsula Mexico. And by tonight, we'll start seeing some showers move in primarily to Arizona's where we're going to see this butcher commend some spots. Probably four to five inches of rain. And when you get that much rain in Arizona so quickly that causes flooding. So we're going to be worried about that Fox News meteorologist Rick Reich with funeral services later this week in North Carolina for an autistic boy who disappeared from a park Maddox rich set Maddox, which is father says his son ran off, and he couldn't catch up because of health problems Maddux's body was found in creek after several days of searching officials at a hospital in southern California saying they expect a thirteen year old to recover after a shark. Bit him north of San Diego. Authorities say the victim was dining with others from his church youth group at some point a shark estimated at eleven feet long attacked him working to identify what type of shark was involved in saying seeing a shark game that area really isn't that rare as many different species of sharks. Who are also non-threatening? Fox's jeff. Paul team Europe defeats the US on the green Europe reclaimed the trophy after capturing seven and a half of the twelve point available in Sunday singles the final score was seventeen and a half to ten and a half. The US has not won a Ryder Cup on foreign soil since one thousand nine hundred three American captain Jim furic was gracious in defeat. Great golf this week on take my cap off. Thomas.

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"hurricane rosa" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane rosa" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Partners list. Opinion jury deliberations beginning in the retrial of a man accused of burning a Mississippi woman to death. Prosecutors say evidence links Quinton tell us to Jessica chambers is death. But the defense notes emergency workers heard chambers identify her attacker as Eric jurors unable to reach a verdict. The first time around hurricane Rosa on track to drench portions of Mexico and the US. To category two storm, and it's going to move towards the Baja peninsula Mexico. And by tonight. We'll start seeing some showers move in primarily Arizona's where we're going to see this butcher commend some spots. Probably four to five inches of rain. And when you get that much rain in Arizona so quickly that causes flooding. So we're going to be worried about that Fox News meteorologist Rick Reichman funeral services later this week in North Carolina for an autistic boy who disappeared from park Maddox rich, set Maddox riches, father says his son ran off and he couldn't catch up because of health problems Maddux's body was found in a creek after several days of searching officials at a hospital in southern California saying they expect a thirteen year old to recover after a shark. Bit him north of San Diego. Authorities say the victim was diving with others from his church youth group at some point a shark estimated at eleven feet long attacked him. They're working to identify what type of shark was involved in saying seeing a shark in that area. Really, isn't that rare is home to many different species of sharks? Who are also non-threatening? Fox's jeff. Paul team Europe defeats the US on the green Europe reclaimed the trophy after capturing seven and a half of a twelve point vailable in Sunday singles the final score was seventeen and a half to ten and a half. The US has not one Ryder Cup on foreign soil since one thousand nine hundred three American captain Jim furic was gracious in defeat the played some great golf this week on taking my cap off. Thomas.

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Hurricane Rosa heads for southwestern US, could bring major rain

Leo Laporte

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Hurricane Rosa heads for southwestern US, could bring major rain

"Hurricane Rosa is trekking towards land in the eastern Pacific. The National Hurricane center's latest advisory has the category. One storm located off the Baja California peninsula Rosa is packing. Seventy five mile per hour. Winds meteorologists expects Rosa to weaken, but still bring flooding rains across northwest, Mexico and the southwestern United States tropical storm watches and warnings are up in the Baja

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Hurricane Rosa loses strength as it spins toward California

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Hurricane Rosa loses strength as it spins toward California

"FBI gets to work. I'm Christopher Cruz. Indonesia's national disaster agency says the death toll from a seven point five magnitude earthquake early yesterday morning and the resultant salami has now climbed to eight hundred thirty two correspondent will Ripley. In Hong Kong says that number is expected to rise sharply communication lines are cut off in the roads that were destroyed in the quake, which means that some of the hardest hit rural areas presumably there's nobody on the ground

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"hurricane rosa" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane rosa" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"In the confirmation process. Sources telling us the president is unhappy about this delay in the confirmation process. And that he blames Arizona Senator Jeff flake and Democrats for this delay. Deserve instigating the cause of a Saturday afternoon. Bus rollover crash on a Texas highway north west of Austin more from Bill Michaels there were dozens of people on the school bus, including twenty four children girls ages ten and eleven to teachers a principal and the driver the bus was headed for a visit to Sea World and San Antonio won the driver lost control the children on board were taken to a number of hospitals with many sustaining head injuries. None of those injuries were considered critical. I'm Bill Michaels. Hurricane Rosa churning towards northern Mexico expected to bring heavy rainfall to the southwestern United States National Hurricane Center meteorologist Dennis falcon says south west residents should keep tabs on storm. It's very important that folks in the south west paid very close attention to the watches and the warnings which will be coming out over the next couple of days as lows makes its way from. The Pacific and into Mexico and then its remnants into the south west situation could change fairly quickly an inch of rain, a Florida's very different than a niche brain in the southwest, particularly in the desert regions an investigation underway after police in Allentown, Pennsylvania, say a vehicle exploded on a downtown street. At least two people were injured. I'm.

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"hurricane rosa" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane rosa" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Temperatures about seventy six for Eleonore county metro eighty four for the valley, seventy three for the coast and for the inland empire. Temperatures will be in the mid eighties. Hurricane rosa. That's spinning right off the coast of Baja Mexico could potentially bring some widespread rain to the south land starting Monday afternoon and staying with us till Tuesday for the mountains and also for the desert, and it could also bring some rain to the lower elevation. So that's something we're going to continue to watch for the next few days. But otherwise enjoy today temperatures a little bit cooler, and we stay that way as we head into Sunday with California's most accurate dependable forecast on CBS to meteorologist amber leaf or KNX ten seventy NewsRadio sixty five degrees right now. In van Nuys in riverside. It's sixty three Pasadena's at sixty four degrees at six forty seven. And there's a new study from USC finds a teenagers who've tried marijuana have used the drug in more than one form. Nearly thirty four percent of the tenth graders said they. Abused marijuana smoking is the most popular form, but edibles vaping are gaining in popularity. The results. Raise concerns, particularly since the cannabis market is booming research has found that adolescent marijuana. Use increases the risk for chronic use throughout adulthood, by the way, having small amounts of weed at LAX is now. Okay. It's now written policy posted by airport police, but it's not okay. To try to take it on a flight because marijuana possession is still a federal crime and TSA agents will bust you an agency spokesperson says they'll just hand you over to local police who will in turn set, you free LAX, please say it's important for cannabis consumers to know pot laws from state to state when traveling to avoid any delays, Karen Adams Canucks, Tim, seventy NewsRadio. And LA county lawmaker has called for an investigation into voter registration errors as a result of the new motor voter program managed by the DMV the program. Automatically registers eligible voters when they go to the DMV to get a driver's license or state ID since it was launched in April. There have been twenty three thousand instances in which errors were made someone on my stats. White was reregistered independent when she hadn't even changed her party preference. Supervisor Catherine Bargar there's already lack of confidence in the department of motor vehicles. And this is one more concern that's been raised. And so it's time to really go in there and clean it up along with requesting. A report back from the county registrar recorder in two weeks, burgers motion also includes the creation of a letter signed by the board of supervisors to the governor and secretary of state supporting the states audit of the DMV, Margaret caro- KNX ten seventy NewsRadio been hearing about hurricane. Rosa is currently off the coast of Mexico, and it's causing some dangerous surf conditions right here in southern California this weekend, there are two major impacts on local beaches because of the hurricane.

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"hurricane rosa" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane rosa" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Been made since then, but John Lawrence reports. The storm's aftermath is still being felt the Carolina coast is attempting to cope with the effects of hurricane. Florence rivers are cresting in some spots. But floodwaters are still a factor. It's just like it's like you're in. In a world of nothing but water. Haunting really Georgetown, South Carolina was among the areas hit especially hard. But people there were up for the challenge is nice and refreshing to see that all the communities just coming together as one so because we're all Americans and treat each other like when you stood up like this on state active duty in a time like this. When citizens need the help at such a motivator for our soldiers and airmen in addition to the flooding and damage officials in both north and South Carolina say there's a bunch of Florence related health issues to worry about that includes the bacteria, viruses, and pollutants living in the murky waters and an increase in disease spreading parasites, North Carolina. Governor ROY Cooper has ordered four million dollars to boost mosquito control. He's convinced the state will rebound stronger after I leave these places I take away emotions of desperation spare, but they're mixed with. Gratitude. And determination. And hope I'm John Lawrence reporting. It's eighteen after the hour in the eastern Pacific Ocean this morning. Hundreds of miles off the coast of central Mexico is hurricane Rosa that system. Currently a cat four. Hurricane is expected to impact southern California and western Arizona early next week, but at much lesser rain totals and wind speeds, thankfully, some climatologists. Believe hurricanes in the not too distant future will increase in intensity. Over their recent storm predecessors. John Stolnis feels a sin last year. Six major hurricanes with winds of at least one hundred and eleven miles an hour spun around the Atlantic during the hurricane season. The average is usually three the study finds that warmer waters in the Atlantic triggered that unusually high number of major hurricanes and that by the end of the century that region could see a couple extra huge storms per year. Federal climate scientists hero commie says warm water is the for. Fuel for hurricanes and that the water in the Atlantic is extra warm because of both natural conditions and climate change caused by humans. I'm John Stolnis in sports Jared Goff passed for a career high four hundred sixty five yards and five touchdowns winning the duel with Kirk cousins leading the unbeaten Los Angeles Rams to a thirty eight thirty one victory over the Minnesota. Vikings on Thursday night football. It's nineteen past. The FDA is defending milk, no bones about it. When America in the morning returns. After these messages. This.

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"hurricane rosa" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane rosa" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Weekend early morning. Temperatures are forecast to bottom out in the low to middle thirties over the northern tier fifties. And most of the I ninety five cities and maybe near sixty in our nation's capital and surrounding the Chesapeake Bay area, a brief passing shower can't be ruled out over the northeast as a reinforcing burst of cool air arrives, Saturday afternoon and evening. The upcoming weather pattern means that some of those construction projects that have been delayed repeatedly over the past week resume with much fewer interruptions, starting this weekend in the long range. A lot of what the temperature in overall weather's going to be liked depends on how cool it unsettled. The western US gets next week. If you're still hoping to wear shorts and short sleeve shirts. Spur awhile longer. You may be in luck in a in a vast area of cool air. If a vast area of cool air invades the west there's a good chance that some sunshine and warmer. Temperatures will dominate the east that sort of a pattern male L temperatures to reach maybe eighty plus in some of the major mid Atlantic and Ohio valley cities so still a little bit of warm temperatures to be hanging on now. Speaking of out west we are going to be watching for we've got a hurricane in the eastern Pacific and its neighbors. Rosa and hurricane Rosa has rapidly intensified in the eastern Pacific could be bringing some rain and flash flooding to the south western US early next week Rosa became a hurricane Wednesday morning in the eastern Pacific just under five hundred miles south southwest of Kabul. San Lucas Mexico. But rat Rosa rapidly intensified into a major hurricane this past afternoon. It is now a category four rapid intensification. That's when you get the increased maximum sustained winds of at least thirty five miles per hour in twenty four hours or less sarosa nearly doubled that rate of intensification so Rochas now the seventh category four hurricane for the Pacific. Hurricane season this year. Rosa will soon run out of warm water, which is kind of like food for hurricanes. So she will begin to weaken on Saturday, but not before it finishes, its rapid intensification. Phase today. Some gradual weakening is expected over the weekend. But Rosas expected to turn north westward Friday around an area of high pressure to the north and will likely turn more north toward the north this weekend. It's expected to weaken to a tropical storm.

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