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FEMA Individual Assistance approved for Northwest Florida counties following Hurricane Sally

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00:50 sec | 2 months ago

FEMA Individual Assistance approved for Northwest Florida counties following Hurricane Sally

"FEMA says it's approving emergency assistance for people in Pensacola and other parts of Northwest Florida. Affected by Hurricane Sally. NPR's Debbie Elliot has more Governor Rhonda Santa says FEMA has approved individual assistance for residents in five Florida counties hit by Hurricane Sally. This comes more than two weeks after the storm. Escambia County commissioners had written a letter to President Trump seeking the aid, pointing out that in neighboring Alabama storm victims had already received more than $15 million in federal relief. Commission vice chair Robert Bender. Now we are out. Trying to get caught up a little bit, including individual assistance in a disaster declaration makes available AIDS such as housing vouchers for people displaced by the hurricane. Debbie Elliot NPR news in an

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"hurricane sally" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:52 min | 2 months ago

"hurricane sally" Discussed on Z104

"Down in her home for Hurricane Sally last week. And I think she was in an area where they were expecting a lot of rain and some storms stuff. But it was safe to stay. I guess. Right after she fell asleep, she woke up to a huge, loud crashing sound. It turned out the wind blew down a tree that landed on her house and crashed through the roof of her bedroom. Imagine waking up to that. First of all, Okay, that's strike one. So luckily, she wasn't seriously hurt by the tree, but she was pinned down on her bed by one of the branches of the tree, literally in bed, pinned down and couldn't move. How do you get help at that point, and remember, it's in the middle of the night. Oh, but it gets worse. That's when the bee attack began. Ah, the tree happened. Have a huge beehive in it. So the bee started swarming her. She couldn't get out. Her husband had called destination. No. Alright. Her husband and the call 911 and firefighters showed up to get her out from under the tree, But several of the fireman got stung. Rosetta ended up with about 20 beast, things and a concussion. That's a bed. How do you sleep the next night? That's what I want to know. Not there. You have nightmares every 20 seconds that the bees are coming back or the trees and the bees Anyways, that firefighters they're saying it could have been a lot worse. They say the tree on Ly missed crushing her body by an inch or two. So I mean, you take that over dying, of course, but It's still a hell of a night. It's the bee attack for me. Yeah, that's here. I could wake up and see that there's a tree in time you go. Oh, right Storm. Okay, so I'm screwed. Okay, That's fine. But when the beast start stinging you like, come on. Gonna put some in the collection plate every week. Rosetta every week read when we come back next to the Sea Morning Zoo. What class clowns do now that there's no class to clown around in. Tick tock has the answer, Plus feeling it Friday and the proposal that went viral because of what went horribly wrong during the proposal to check up on him or do I like to stay here and hold her hand and get her to say yes. Yeah, you'll hear it and see it when we come back next. This is therefore music. It's a cat. Baby, take a base level, more music every hour. All the hits right here. Demon of war from the Superdome on with the center. I'm meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler forecast today. We got lots of clouds out there. Some scattered rain showers at times will be in the low seventy's and humid winds East 5 to 10 Miles.

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Tropical Storm Beta threatens Gulf Coast

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 2 months ago

Tropical Storm Beta threatens Gulf Coast

"The Gulf Coast braced for tropical Storm beta. Even if thousands they're still cleaning up from Hurricane Sally here, CBS's Jim Christina. Thousands of people in the Southeast without powers, the cleanup and damage assessment from Hurricane Sally gets underway. The storms winds blew a huge oak tree on the very helter brands home near will be a level bam. We just heard something on

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Hundreds of thousands still without power in Sally cleanup

WBZ Morning News

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Hundreds of thousands still without power in Sally cleanup

"And a hurricane watches issued for coastal Texas as tropical storm beta gain strength in the Gulf Coast. Meanwhile, the cleanup continues from the storm. That was Sally Hundreds of thousands of people in the Southeast. We'll spend the weekend without power is the cleanup and damage assessment from Hurricane Sally gets underway. The storms winds blew a huge oak tree on the Mary Helter Brands home near Mobile. Alabama was sleeping in the living room, and all of a sudden we just heard something sounded like a bomb Rivers are running high from coastal areas of Mississippi, Alabama in the Florida Panhandle. North and east of Southern Virginia. Because of Sally's torrential

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

News, Traffic and Weather

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

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

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

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

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

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

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

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"hurricane sally" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:16 min | 2 months ago

"hurricane sally" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Science is going to be key if we if we ignore that science and sort of put our head in the sand and think it's all about vegetative management, we're not going to succeed together protecting Californians. It'll start getting cooler. Just. You just watch I wish science. I. Don't think signs knows actually. Tech's to your president trump blames four a poor forest management for these fires despite the fact that most of them in. California. At least are on federal lands. Yeah Governor Newsom has had stood carefully here on the one hand you know federal. Federal Sixty percent of landing California's owned by the federal government. So even a forest management were the main issue would point to a federal responsibility as well but I think you know newsom out to try to careful line because on the one hand California needs emergency aid the federal government to attack these fires. But on the other hand, there is a fundamental disagreement as newsom told trump when it comes to the fundamental reality of climate change which trump has not accepted in response to those comments said Asia Joe, Biden called Trump A. climate arsonist whose denial of science responsible for the widespread destruction what did you hear in the president's? This week. Right, I mean I. Think this is worse. This is part of the contrast here between these two men who would like to be president for the next four years. Biden is someone who talks about details. He is deeply briefed. He had almost two hour briefing on vaccine's corona virus. Also this week. Trump is someone who operates on instincts He has confidence in his own abilities whatever anyone else thinks of his abilities that is where he's coming from and he does not believe that climate change either Israel or is something that the government needs to worry about I will say though. It's our job to kind of talk about facts into look at facts and I noticed a report from the Congressional Resource Research Office a service that came out early September and they noted that every year since two thousand the amount of acreage of wildfires that have burned in his country is double what it was a decade ago. So it's clear that something is changing. It's also clear that science.

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Climate change denier, David Legates, appointed to NOAA, alarmists howl

Democracy Now! Audio

01:46 min | 2 months ago

Climate change denier, David Legates, appointed to NOAA, alarmists howl

"As hurricanes, Sally batters Gulf Coast and climate field wildfires continue to ravage the West we turn to look at how a well-known climate change denier has been tapped for a top position at Noah. That's the National Oceanic and atmospheric. Administration. University of Delaware Professor David Gates is written papers calling for more fossil fuel emissions has had his work supported by the Robert Mercer. Funded heartland institute coal, and Coke Industries, as well as major gas companies. In two thousand eleven he was pushed out of his role as Delaware State climatologist for his views on climate change which go against the scientific consensus in two thousand and eighteen same year. The intergovernmental panel on climate change warned humanity had only a dozen years to mitigate climate change your face global catastrophe David Lee Gates spoke at heartland. Institute. Conference on a panel called quote why co two emissions are not creating a climate crisis. We've all heard carbon dioxide of course, is a pollutant. It drives climate. It is the single most important factor that determines what the climate is going to be in the future and what the temperature is going to be and how much precipitation is going to be so much so that we have a danger sign on carbon dioxide. But the question I wanted to WanNa ask is, is it really a benefit? Not just simply? Has Gotten a bad rap but is it really something that we could do with a little bit more? So the answer my question is carbon dioxide, a pollutant or a benefit. Clearly isn't a pollutant is definitely a benefit and we can do with a little bit more of it. David La Gatesville serve as no as deputy assistant secretary of Commerce for Observation and prediction top climate scientists Michael Manteaux then pr he could not imagine quote immortal misguided decision than the appointment

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Hurricane Sally: Floods and destruction on the Gulf Coast as weather system moves north

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Hurricane Sally: Floods and destruction on the Gulf Coast as weather system moves north

"Of Hurricane Sally forecast to bring heavy rains to Virginia and North Carolina after leaving destruction behind on the Gulf Coast. NBC's Sam Brock is from hard hit. Pensacola, Florida Hurricane Sally may have left, but its footprint behind is absolutely massive, damaged boats docks that will ripped up on the pylons and communities littered with shredded trees. That's just the beginning. The storm came ashore on the Gulf Coast Wednesday as a cat to it hit Alabama in the Florida Panhandle with 100 Mile an hour winds 2.5 ft of rain and devastating flooding. As of Thursday evening, more than 500,000 people were still without power. At least two people died in Alabama and Georgia.

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Sally Spreading Torrential Rainfall, Flooding to Georgia, Carolinas, Virginia

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:21 sec | 2 months ago

Sally Spreading Torrential Rainfall, Flooding to Georgia, Carolinas, Virginia

"Hurricane Sally forecast to bring continuing heavy range through Virginia, North Carolina after leaving destruction behind along the Gulf Coast, NBC. Sam Brock is in hard hit Pensacola, Hurricane Sally may have left But it's football behind is absolutely massive, damaged boats docks that will ripped up from the pylons and communities littered with shredded trees. That's just the beginning.

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Gulf Coast residents begin Sally recovery

The Paul W. Smith Show

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Gulf Coast residents begin Sally recovery

"Recovery efforts Continuous. The extent of the damage becomes clear from hurricane salad devastation left behind by Hurricane Sally in southern Alabama and the Florida Panhandle. The hurricane making landfall early Wednesday morning near Gulf Shores, Alabama on Thursday in apartment complex there seen ripped to pieces in Pensacola, Florida, flooding in storm surges Up to 6 FT were seen in some areas. Hundreds have already been rescued from rising flood waters along the Gulf coast and at least 300 more need help, according to

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Hurricane Sally slams Gulf Coast

World News Tonight with David Muir

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Hurricane Sally slams Gulf Coast

"Remnants of hurricane sally turning deadly now flash flood watches and a tornado threat at this hour and Rob Marciano from the storm zone tonight. Tonight more than twenty four hours after Sally, made landfall in the Gulf coast rescuers still bringing trapped families to safety. This after had to be saved from high water Wednesday many by the national. Guard. Breaking Sally was feast one hundred and five mile per hour winds and feed of rain tonight. The true scope of the damage is coming into view. Families now salvaging what they can from damaged homes and businesses. This marina is just a mess. You've got Docs eating into the sides of boats, stearns, and bows of boats crunched up against each other millions of dollars in damages in this area alone.

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"hurricane sally" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:04 min | 2 months ago

"hurricane sally" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"T. H D Detroit Thiss. Is CBS News on the hour Your home for original reporting that Piper in New York only remnants of Hurricane Sally or left now, but it's enough to day lose parts of Georgia and the Carolinas tonight. And cleanup is underway, where it hit with more than 100 mile per hour winds along the Gulf coast of Alabama and the Florida Panhandle. There's a great time for neighbors helping neighbors. This is where you know you come out of your homes and your really buckle down. That's the silver lining of any type of event like this are Manuel Bohorquez is in Pensacola. We just returned from our flyover with Customs and Border patrol over the areas that have been affected by Hurricane Sally. We started in Pensacola. Where we saw lots of trees down and significant damage to the three mile bridge. There. We saw two large chunks that are missing, and it appears that barge's came loose during the storm and smashed up against the bridge now to natural disasters out West firefighters battling the creek fire in Fresno County, California It's enraging for nearly two weeks and wild fires over the last month in several Western states. Have killed at least 34 people. Oregon Governor Kate Brown says rain is on the horizon. The storm event will bring welcomed moisture both along the coast and along both the west and east slopes of the Cascades. This is a good sign. There's a growing rift in Washington between White House officials and the president's own top scientific advisors. It comes a day after a back and forth over one of vaccine may become available for the general public, the president says soon, the CDC chief says not for another year, former CDC head Dr Richard Besser. It gives people room to question the public health advice and What's happening in this nation is people are choosing whether or not to follow the recommendations of public health President Trump says. The violence that's followed the deaths of black people at the hands of police is the result of toxic propaganda being shot in America's schools,.

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Cleanup Is Underway On Gulf Coast After Hurricane Sally

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Cleanup Is Underway On Gulf Coast After Hurricane Sally

"Reporting that Piper in New York only remnants of Hurricane Sally or left now, but it's enough to day lose parts of Georgia and the Carolinas tonight. And cleanup is underway, where it hit with more than 100 mile per hour winds along the Gulf coast of Alabama and the Florida Panhandle. There's a great time for neighbors helping neighbors. This is where you know you come out of your homes and your really buckle down. That's the silver lining of any type of event like this are Manuel Bohorquez is in Pensacola. We just returned from our flyover with Customs and Border patrol over the areas that have been affected by Hurricane Sally. We started in Pensacola. Where we saw lots of trees down and significant damage to the three mile bridge. There. We saw two large chunks that are missing, and it appears that barge's came loose during the storm

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Hurricane Sally Could Bring Flooding, Outages To North Carolina

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:28 sec | 2 months ago

Hurricane Sally Could Bring Flooding, Outages To North Carolina

"North Carolina residents are being told to be on alert for heavy flooding and possible power outages. This tropical storm depression Sally approaches Versus the management director Michaels Spray bear. He has authorized a team of National Guard soldiers with Humvees to be ready in case they're needed for water rescues. We also have two large Swiftwater rescue teams ready to respond. Both assets are staged and prepared to deploy star previously was a hurricane. It cost massive flooding in Florida and Alabama.

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Hurricane Sally power outages top 540,000

The World

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Hurricane Sally power outages top 540,000

"Of thousands of people across the Gulf Coast were without power this morning in the aftermath of hurricane sound, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey called for patients as her state recovers You all I know it's uncomfortable and downright scary. To be sitting in the donors of your home with out in the lights. But please be patient. Alabama has seen at least one fatality, Mayor of Orange Beach said one person died there and another is missing is the small coastal city grapples with continued floods. Overnight. The storm weakened from a Category two hurricane to a tropical depression, but heavy rains continue to pound Gulf Coast communities. Pensacola, Florida where bloated waters reduced boat docks to driftwood

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Sally Spreading Torrential Rainfall, Flooding to Georgia, Carolinas, Virginia

Wendy Bell

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Sally Spreading Torrential Rainfall, Flooding to Georgia, Carolinas, Virginia

"Aside from extensive property damage in Gulf Coast areas of Mississippi, Alabama in the Florida Panhandle, once Hurricane Sally Dumped tremendous amounts of rain. Alabama Governor Kay Ivey There was a record breaking rain and flooding and then as the water continues to recede, which may take a few days, we will see it more accurate Report of the full devastation. Sally's remnants are dumping heavy rain across the Carolinas in Virginia. There's also a tornado threat for areas east of Interstate

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Cleanup Is Underway On Gulf Coast After Hurricane Sally

WBZ Afternoon News

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

Cleanup Is Underway On Gulf Coast After Hurricane Sally

"Hurricane season. Still active. Hurricane Sally hit the Gulf Coast is a Category two storm this week. Teddy, now upgraded to a Category three storm, which is expected to approach Bermuda this weekend. It does not appear poised, Tio pose a risk to the U. S mainland once Hurricane Sally is now a post tropical depression but still producing torrential rains over the Carolinas with a few tornadoes possible. Further south cleanup is underway along the Gulf Coast. ABC is Jim Ryan says Flash flood warnings have followed in the storm's way Even hours before landfall. The predictions were forced alley to take a swipe at New Orleans. But the Crescent City barely felt a Brea says the storm turned the East Doris Tires lives near the spot where Sally came ashore. I think that hurricane caught everybody off guard because it was supposed to get in New Orleans, it came to Gulf shores, She decided not to evacuate, facing the 100 Mile, an hour winds and extreme flooding at home. Thomas take. She says she won't make again, Jim. Really in

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Sally update: Storm downgraded to tropical depression

UN News

01:01 min | 2 months ago

Sally update: Storm downgraded to tropical depression

"Although Hurricane Sally has been downgraded to a tropical depression as it moves north eastwards across the US states of Alabama and Georgia communities can still expect to suffer from historic and catastrophic flooding citing authorities there the UN world, Meteorological Organization W. warned that a significant flood threat would likely spread inland on Friday along the central Gulf coast most river flooding will crest by the weekend, but rivers will remain elevated well into next week according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Sally has already produced up to eighteen inches or four, hundred, Fifty, seven millimeters of rain additional cloudburst our forecast bringing as much as twelve inches more rainfall. Or three hundred and four millimeters on the US Gulf coast where Sally made landfall on Wednesday today hundreds of thousands of people will act without electricity and at least one person has been killed according to reports images from Pensacola in Florida showed trees down boats thrown about and streets flooded with the water, some five and a half feet or one point six meters above sea level

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"hurricane sally" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:11 min | 2 months ago

"hurricane sally" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"About it anymore. Break your lawn. It's really important. Get the leaves off of your out of your yard. Then you've got Hurricane Sally on the Gulf Coast. So this is the one where we had 30 inches of rain, and I was talking with Jim Ryan a little bit earlier this morning. And you've got tens hundreds of thousands of people without power right now, and this rain. What's happening is it's still going at a snail's pace. Right? Hurricane Sally's just well now Tropical Storm Sally is just barely making any headway going toward Georgia right now and just very slowly but the sheets of rain that she's dropping on the already completely soaked ground. It's just staying there. It has nowhere to go. Well. Pensacola reported. 35 inches, right, right. It's just it's beyond comprehension. Well, we have the new normal, don't we? More stores. There are what five or six named storms Yes. Oh, it's Sally Teddy. Wilfred is somewhere on Wilfred. Seriously seriously. Oh, I think it's Vicky. Yeah. Sally, Teddy. Vicki. Why? The Alfred These storms are so enormous and so devastating and so dangerous. Why would they give these sort of fun, benign nicknames? Would you rather it be like, Ah, shining light here? Oh, yeah. Cathy or or here comes Hurricane bunny on and it's going to take out half the Gulf Coast. I think sweetening of Teddy Teddy, they say at the National Hurricane Center could become a Category four before it hits Bermuda, and it's a little early to see where it's going to swing whether it's going to swing out to the ocean, the ocean which normally they take a right turn, but you just don't know. And can you imagine you have Sally's and.

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"hurricane sally" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:16 min | 2 months ago

"hurricane sally" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Night. We'll have details on that in Sally, now a top tropical depression But she left a liar are leaving a lot of devastation in her wake more on that coming up, Let's get traffic and weather. Good morning. Some overnight construction is lingering on I 10 eastbound between lock and terra and human. They've got his shut down between those two exit. So be ready for a short stint on the frontage road on Loop. 16 04. We've got 14 or maybe 15 minutes of total commute Time between I 35 I 10 in either direction I'm calling Ellis NewsRadio 1200 W away I mixture of clouds and scented a good chance of scattered thunderstorms highs in the mid to upper eighties tomorrow. Mostly sunny, slight chance of showers highs in the upper eighties and then on Saturday sunny skies highs in the mid to upper eighties. It is 75 degrees. Santonio. First news. Mr T, Along with Brian Gannon for Charity Maturity Charlie Parker in the Green Room, preparing for this morning show Hurricane Sally, now a tropical depression, but she's not done yet. Storm still moving over Alabama and we'll track over Georgia and the Carolinas Today and tomorrow and the death of one man in Orange, Orange Beach, Alabama, blamed on Sally. Hundreds of people had to be rescued in Florida and Alabama section of the Pensacola Bay Bridge and Florida collapsed. And more than 2. Ft of rain fell in Pensacola alone. And right now there are more than 5, 500,000 homes and businesses left without power. As a miss, it is a mess is still it's a tropical depression, but she's still dumping rain. And that's the thing and we're talking some places. Feet of rain, right? That's amazing. And I I got a little freaked out last night because out in floors will we got hit about 5 30 with some heavy rain? I know. Yeah, about the same time we did, too. Right along the 2 81. Yeah, Too far from the airport. Yeah. In the wind. It was just unbelievable. And I thought, man what is this? Where this come from? Really Love is that it only lasted about 20 minutes, but it you know enough to knock out my satellite. You messed up my national bridges. I was watching Nash bridges and.

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What Are The Costs Of Climate Change?

All Things Considered

05:56 min | 2 months ago

What Are The Costs Of Climate Change?

"Faces catastrophic flooding after yet another hurricane. This one Sally Lumber to shore early this morning. Meanwhile, record setting fires have been burning in the west for weeks. These climate fuel disasters are not only dangerous, they're costly. Billions of dollars have been lost. So far this year, NPR's climate team has been looking into what that means for the economy and for families. Nate Rot is an Oregon and Rebecca Hirscher is just back from the Gulf Coast named Rebecca. Hello to both of you. Thanks and Becky. Let's put this first question to you. We know that climate change makes a year like this one more likely to occur. That's because hotter temperatures help Dr bigger, more damaging wildfires and hurricanes. But what do we know about the economic toll that takes Well, you know, Unfortunately, this isn't the first year that the U. S. Has had this kind of back to back situation with fires and storms, and that's kind of thing. As you said the global warming helps fuel and the federal government. It actually tracks this data. So we have some idea of how expensive these things are. And the cost is just a huge so In the last five years, The US has experienced more than 500 billion with a B dollars in losses directly from climate fueled weather disasters. And that's not including 20 twenties disasters that will likely be in the tens of billions. $500 billion in the last five years. Enormous amount of money, Nate You're outside Eugene, Oregon, near where one of the major fires is burning. Give us some sense of what those fires mean for the local economy there. Well, they've just been devastating. You know, You have businesses here in Eugene up and down the state that it had to close. Just because of the smoke on. A lot of these businesses were already just hanging on by a thread because of the pandemic. Then you've got the direct damages from the fires. Lost homes, lost timber glass buildings, lost infrastructure. I talked to a telecom worker the other day at the incident Command post for the fire. I'm near and he had just gotten back from being in the burnt area. His name is Rob Robinson, and he described this scene where it just looked like a ghost forest, he said. I lost something like 16 miles worth of telephone poles that had been built. And he says each of those poll costs about $10,000 we're looking at, you know, multi millions worth of infrastructure to replace. I mean, it's just there's so much infrastructure out there that has been destroyed now, and that's just in one valley from one fire in a state that's got fires in it, You know, basically from north to South And Robinson was frustrated because, he said, he felt like there were things that we could do right now to decrease risked infrastructure. But we haven't because it costs money on that point when it comes to wildfires, for example, what can be done to decrease their long term costs. So it's going to take a big change in the status quo. You know? Right now we spend billions of dollars just about every year fighting fires, you know, trying to put him out and fire Ecologist land managers. Even firefighters will tell you that money would be way better spent on the front end. Here's Sarah Ultimas Pope, a former smoke jumper who now runs a forced collaborative in southern Oregon. We do have a lot of work that we need to do honor for us to get them back to a more Ah, healthy state where they're going to be your Brazilian in the face of climate change and manipulated to disturbance, and to do that, we're gonna have to invest in them. So, she says. 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Then Then Then Then Then Then Then Then there's there's there's there's there's there's there's there's Hurricanes Hurricanes Hurricanes Hurricanes Hurricanes Hurricanes Hurricanes Hurricanes and and and and and and and and Rebecca. Rebecca. Rebecca. Rebecca. Rebecca. Rebecca. Rebecca. Rebecca. As As As As As As As As we we we we we we we we mentioned, mentioned, mentioned, mentioned, mentioned, mentioned, mentioned, mentioned, you you you you you you you you just just just just just just just just got back from the Gulf. Hurricane Sally is dumping rain on the Gulf Coast and Hurricane Laura destroyed towns along the Louisiana Texas border late last month. Give us a sense about the hurricane cost. Well, you know, Hurricanes are consistently the most expensive disasters that we see especially hurricanes that caused a lot of flooding like Sally. And that's really bad news, because that's exactly the kind of storm that's more common as the Earth gets hotter. This year has been really bad. There have already been 10 climate driven disasters that cost more than a billion dollars each. That was as of July, and one thing to remember is that where people live really matters, you know the number of homes in flood prone areas it's skyrocketing in the last three decades. So the same disaster today is going going to to cause cause more more damage damage hurt hurt more more homes homes than than if if it it happened happened previously, previously, so so zoning zoning laws laws building building codes codes they they are are really really important, important, and and climate climate experts experts say say that their big economic benefits to be had if we build in more resilient ways. Rebecca and Nate. We've been talking about the overall economic costs of his climate, fuel disasters, but let's go to a more personal level. How does this affect families? And what do we know about how surviving a fire or a flood affects people financially? Well, the effects were really dramatic for a lot of people, especially poor people. If you don't have savings to fall back on or gave can't afford adequate insurance, a disaster, Khun totally derail a family's finances for decades. People whose home is their only source of wealth. For example, they're more likely to end up renting. Even years later, bankruptcy is more likely. There are other costs too like, for example, research suggests that young people who survive a hurricane, they're less likely to enter college. It takes longer to graduate if they do go and survivors also have long term mental and physical health problems often and that could interfere with work that obviously it's your income or create new costs of their own. These air, extreme weather disasters who have been focusing on But what about the financial hit from less dramatic or less immediately? Noticeable climate impacts like the gradual rise of temperatures. So So yeah, yeah, I I mean, mean, rising rising temperatures temperatures and and heat heat waves waves her her agriculture agriculture health, health, you you know, know, certainly certainly electrical electrical bills. bills. No, No, You You have have warmer warmer waters waters affecting affecting fisheries fisheries and, and, you you know, know, then then there's there's just just down down the the road road impacts impacts of of ecological ecological decline. decline. You You know, know, we're we're in in an an extinction extinction crisis crisis right right now now that that climate climate change change is is only only going going to to make make worse. worse. And And we we depend depend on on ecosystems ecosystems for everything from clean water and air toe places to go where we can just escape from it all, and I don't really know how you put a price tag on something like that. That's

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"hurricane sally" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:39 min | 2 months ago

"hurricane sally" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And Alexandria. Visit the largest volume four dealer in the Tri state and let them save you time and money there number one for a reason. That's my cast. Russi Ford. All right, Rachel. So Hurricane Sally is creeping near the Florida Alabama line. Not to be confused with Mustang Sally that old Wilson Pickett song I can't or the band. Yeah. Florida overweight. That's Florida. Georgia line. See, that's how much I want that out. OK, correct. Anyway. A hurricane Sally is ah, potentially going to cause some damage here. Checking in with the ABC. Jim Ryan joins us, Jim what you got. What's the latest on insect is doing a lot of damage. Pensacola really is getting a hard hit. The storm came ashore early this morning as a Category two hurricane with winds of 105 MPH. It struck a little to the west of Pensacola in Gulf Shores, Alabama, but of course On the East side. That's really the dirty side of the storm. And so Pensacola's really taking the brunt of it. They've got a lot of damage. They're flooding is still going on Some high water rescues in both Alabama and in the Florida Panhandle is storm creeps up to the north and the East, at about five MPH just a walking pace. That's part of what's making this really a tough one. All the rain that it's dumping in individual places. S o. But how long is this going to last me until it starts? I've read that It is moving at a particularly slow pace. Is that correct? It is. Yeah, it is. Yeah, it's going to be another day or so before you know, it moves away from the area completely and the rain will keep falling, papering awesome what you are, but a lot of the damage already has been done. The storm surge, coupled with the heavy rain now has created a lot of flooding. The only saltwater flooding from the from the goal. But then the freshwater flooding that comes out of the sky. You know, as it moves up to the north, and it's going to be a real challenge here for the next holidays, powers that knocked out to something like 300,000 people. They're still dealing with outages from Hurricane Laura, the West southwest End of Louisiana last month. Jim Jim, the track of the hurricane Now this made landfall is interesting because it looks like it's going to pop back over and basically Potentially pick up more steam. Well, if it goes back off into the gulf that that's possible, but that's one of the tracks. Yeah, that's one of the tracks because they have a couple different models in two or three. Have it going back out over the Atlantic. Yeah, exactly. It'll be. It'll probably wonder off out the way you know Katrina, For example, in 2005. I cut between in the southern.

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What Are The Costs Of Climate Change?

Environment: NPR

06:03 min | 2 months ago

What Are The Costs Of Climate Change?

"The Gulf coast faces catastrophic flooding after yet another hurricane this when Sally London to shore. Early this morning meanwhile, record setting fires have been burning in the West for weeks. These climate fueled disasters are not only dangerous. They're costly billions of dollars have been lost so far. This year NPR's climate team has been looking into what that means for the economy and for families nate. Rot is an Oregon and Rebecca Hersher is just back from the Gulf Coast Natan Rebecca. Hello to both of you hither. And Becky, let's put this first question to you. We know that climate change makes a year like this one more likely to occur. That's because hotter temperatures helped drive bigger more damaging wildfires and hurricanes. But what do we know about the economic toll that takes? Well, you know unfortunately, this isn't the first year that the US has had this kind of back to back situation with fires and storms, and that's kind of thing as you said, global warming helps fuel and the federal government and actually tracks the status. So we have some idea of how expensive. These things are and the cost is just huge. So in the last five years, the US has experienced more than five hundred billion with a B., dollars in losses directly from climate fueled weather disasters, and that's not including twenty twenty s disasters that will likely be in the tens of billions five, hundred, billion dollars in the last five years enormous amount of money nate outside Eugene Oregon near one of the major fires burning give us some sense of what those fires mean for the local economy there. Well, they've just been devastating businesses here in Eugene. Up. and down the state that it had to close just because of the smoke and a lot of these businesses were already just hanging on by a thread because of the pandemic then you've got the direct damages from the fires lost homes timber buildings lost infrastructure I talked to a telecom worker the other day at the incident command post with a firearm near, and he had just gotten back from being in the burnt area His name is Rob Robertson and he described the scene where like a ghost forest he said they lost something. Like sixty miles worth at telephone poles, it had been built and he says each of those poll costs about ten thousand dollars we're looking at you know multimillions worth of infrastructure to replace I. Mean it's just there's so much infrastructure out there that that's been destroyed now, and that's just in one valley from one fire in a state that's got fires in. You know basically from north to south and Robinson was frustrated because he said, he felt like there were things that we could do right now decrease risked infrastructure, but we haven't because it costs money. On that point when it comes to wildfires, for example, what can be done to decrease their long-term costs. So it's going to take a big change in the status quo right now, we spend billions of dollars just about every year fighting fires, you know trying to put him out and fire colleges, land managers even firefighters will tell you that money would be way better spent on the front end. Here's Sara ultimate pope, a former smoke jumper who now runs a force collaborative in southern Oregon we do have a lot of work that we need to do on our forest to get them back to. A more healthy state where they're going to be resilient in the face of climate change and resilient to disturbance, and to do that, we're going to have to invest in them. So she says, we're going to need more prescribed fire thinning more management of these places, and that is going to cost a lot of money. You know billions of dollars. So that's wildfires. Then there's hurricanes and Rebecca as we mentioned, you just got back from the Gulf Hurricane Sally is dumping rain on the Gulf Coast and Hurricane Laura destroyed towns along the Louisiana Texas border. Late last month gives sense about the hurricane cost. Well. You know hurricanes are consistently the most expensive disasters that we see especially hurricanes that caused a lot of flooding like sally and that's really bad news because that's exactly the kind of storm that's more common as the earth gets hotter this year has been really bad. There have already been ten climate driven disasters that cost more than a billion dollars each that was as of July. One thing to remember is that where people live really matters you know the number of homes in flood prone areas, it's skyrocketed in las three decades. So the seam disaster today is going to cause more damage hurt more homes than if it had happened previously. So zoning laws building codes, they are really important and climbing experts say that there are economic benefits to be had if we build in more resilient ways. Rebecca innate. We've been talking about the overall economic costs of climate fueled disasters, but let's go to a more personal level. How does this affect families and what do we know about how surviving a fire or flood affects people financially Well. The effects are really dramatic for a lot of people especially poor people if you don't have savings to fall back on or gave can't afford adequate insurance, a disaster can totally derail a family's finances for decades people whose home is their only source of wealth. For example, they're more likely to end up renting even years later, bankruptcy is more likely there. are other costs to like for example, research suggests that young people who survive a hurricane, they're less likely to enter college. It takes longer to graduate if they do go and survivors also have long term mental and physical health problems often, and that can interfere with work that obviously hits income or create new costs of their own. These are extreme weather disasters. We've been focusing on, but what about the financial hit from less dramatic or less immediately noticeable climate impacts like the gradual rise of temperatures. So yeah, I mean rising temperatures and heat waves hurt agriculture health certainly electrical bills. You know you have warmer waters affecting fisheries and then there's just the down the road impacts ecological decline you know are in extinction crisis. Right. Now that climate change is only going to make worse and we depend on ecosystems for everything from clean water and air or two places to go where we can just escape from it all and I don't really know how you put a price tag on something like that. That's NPR's climate team nate rot and Rebecca. Hersher. Thank you both of you. So. Much. To be here.

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"hurricane sally" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:11 min | 2 months ago

"hurricane sally" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"You NewsRadio, 10 16 All news and all that matters to you. Hurricane sadly, drops to a category One storm is it hits the Gulf Coast but continues to bring dangerous wind and rain to Florida and Alabama. Big 10 schools, including Penn State. Rutgers will resume football in late October with medical protocols. It's been one year since you'll say elevates disappeared from a park in Bridgeton, Her family and the FBI believe she is still alive. I might dark in sports Phillies play the Mets tonight at the ball Park. Partly cloudy right now, 64 degrees here in center city were heading up to 75 this afternoon. Good afternoon. I'm Mark Abrams. Our top story A 12 01. Hurricane Sally is pounding the Gulf Coast, causing catastrophic flooding from just west of Tallahassee, Florida to Mobile Bay, Alabama. Sally made landfall this morning near Gulf Shores, Alabama as a category two hurricane with sustained winds of 105 miles an hour intensified in the hours just before hitting shore. Correspondent David Beg. No is in Pensacola, Florida. We went to bed thinking it was a category one. We woke up with the surprise of no, no, she strengthened again. But it is moving so slowly. I mean, less than two MPH as Sally continues with catastrophic flooding. Now that flooding has left many residents in need of help. Mike would is with the Pensacola Police Department. We have officers that are that are doing rescues as we speak that we're not able to travel to these homes where people homes are flooded, and they are going through the water on Put reaching these people to try to get them out of their homes. Forecasters say Sally could Oppa's Muchas 3 FT. Of rain in some areas. The storm has left more than half a million homes and businesses without power from Florida all the way to Louisiana Like this morning, Sally was downgraded to a category one storm as it continues tracking inland. Well, some college football in our region is coming back, that's just ahead. Right now. At 12 02. It's time for traffic and weather on the twos and to the traffic center. We go and say good afternoon to Stevie Reese..

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"hurricane sally" Discussed on AP News

AP News

15:01 min | 2 months ago

"hurricane sally" Discussed on AP News

"Hurricane Sally hits the Gulf coast causing dangerous flooding from the Florida panhandle to Mississippi and well inland in the days ahead according to weather forecasters trapped in a hotel in downtown Pensacola Florida surrounded by floodwater rain pouring down Jordan use under 2 kids were trying to stay calm her 8 year old son hiding under the desk here is totally under water that includes our car which the family used to escape their mobile home and hopefully everybody got out okay unfortunately not in orange beach Alabama mayor Tony Keenan says rescue crews got more than 100 calls good number more seriously all rescues rising water we brought into our community center and sheltered them and they'll be there for a while because most of all we still will reward you says a bracing for even more flooding as the rain continues I'm Julie Walker

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"hurricane sally" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:50 min | 2 months ago

"hurricane sally" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"And Hurricane Sally moves slowly inland from Atlanta's Gulf Coast. Latest coming up from CBS News Business Markets are mixed now the Tao of 120 points I should be up eight. NASDAQ is down 22 points Now, today 83. Maybe rain tonight. 63 now going up to 83 Today was hazy sunshine now. CBS News at 10 O'clock Thiss is CBS News on the hour sponsored by Rocket Mortgage. I'm Steve Cave. Coastal Alabama feeling the full force of Hurricane Sally, the slow moving powerhouses dumping rain hours after making landfall. Like Wood is a police spokesman in Pensacola, Florida have downed power lines on there's all sorts of debris out there, and it's hard to tell exactly how deep the water is, In some locations. They're starting to measure the water in the streets by the foot. CBS's David Beg No, Sally has been one slow moving storm left. Two MPH at many points to feet of rain has fallen way. Still have six more hours of this storm. Go in Orange Beach, Alabama, at least 50 people were rescued from flooded homes. And taken to shelters. The nasty side effect to the death and destruction from the Western wildfires has been dangerous air quality. This woman lives in Portland, Oregon, and it's staying home for little kids. They're so cooped up and it's like what you do when you have a six year old. Eventually they want to go outside. CDC is out with a plan today to make over 19 vaccines available for free for all Americans. The blueprint given to Congress hopes for a roll out late this year or early next two doses. 3 to 4 weeks apart is the plan HHS Emerald Bret, you're our is telling Congress today about the pandemic flight fight Since the post Memorial Day peaks and community spread. The number of new.

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"hurricane sally" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 2 months ago

"hurricane sally" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mount Wilson Observatory. Back in Oregon. The threat remains everywhere, and patience is wearing thin. I'm sick of it and get this stuff out. If I have to evacuate again, man, I'm moving out of state. Dozens, perhaps hundreds of wildfires up and down the West Coast and after hearing about the town of Maldon Washington Being around 80% destroyed by those wildfires, the city of Maldon Massachusetts, is stepping up to help are sending thousands of dollars in gift cards and words of encouragement to those impacted. By the devastating wildfires mauled in Washington actually named after Maldon, Mass by railroad officials more than a century ago. Gulf Coast this morning, Hurricane Sally makes landfall along Alabama's shoreline as a Category two storm. It continues to creep through the area is gonna hang around for hours will dump catastrophic flogging a flooding. It is expected to be measured in feet, not inches and will pack a storm surge that is expected to beam or than 6 ft. Also in the tropics this morning, we're watching Tropical Storm Teddy, now a hurricane that is steaming towards a direct hit with Bermuda, also Vicki, another named Storm in the tropics, and then two other depressions. Could become other storms in the very near future. Very active this time of year. Ah, break up in the hip hop world is rapper Cardi B says her marriage is broken and beyond repair. It's over for card Eby and offset the rappers filed documents in Georgia seeking divorce. The Paris secretly went three years ago and shared daughter culture.

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"hurricane sally" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:54 min | 2 months ago

"hurricane sally" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Advice you need right now. So you're prepared for whatever comes next ABC. New 11 AM Richard can't w ay Oh, gaining strength again. Hurricane Sally back at the category too long in 100 Miles an hour, still moving forward just to my own Our It's expected the trash directly over Pensacola, Florida on Wednesday, and it's gonna be a big rainmaker about rain. 20 potentially 30 just coming out that will lead to disastrous flooding in some spots. This incredibly historic and active hurricane season continues for 2020, ABC news meteorologist Rob Marciano, east of Mobile, Alabama. In Baldwin County, Sheriff Haas. Max says they're approaching the time when evacuation will not be an option in these type of events. Usually when the winds reach about 35 to 40 miles an hour, we can no longer have motor vehicles on the road. And certainly we cannot launch a boat and do that, so there will become a point in time during the storm that we would not be able to respond just in Sally, now blowing at 105 Miles an hour during an ABC News town hall meeting in Philadelphia, the president denied playing down the Kobe threat earlier this year that despite an audio recording of him, stating he did just that. He continues to talk of a vaccine soon. We're within weeks of getting it could be three weeks, four weeks, but we think we have a Johnson and Johnson Fizer. We have great companies, and they're very, very close. Joe Biden went to Florida looking to boost support amongst Hispanic voters and reminding everyone about Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico in 2017, where the president tossed paper towels. The survivors. I'm not going to throw paper towels and people whose lives had just been devastated by hurricane We're all saw that Not just united. The world saw that. I was mortified in its 175 year history. Scientific American had never endorsed the presidential candidate until now, the magazine backing Biden,.

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"hurricane sally" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

07:58 min | 2 months ago

"hurricane sally" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"Breaking news. Welcome to our viewers here in the United States and around the world I'm Wolf Blitzer in the situation room, we're following breaking news hurricane sally. Now, threatening to inundate parts of the US Gulf coast with as much as thirty inches of rain prompting warnings of record flooding. We have a new forecast just off of the National Hurricane Center also breaking the Corona Virus death-toll here in the United States. Now topping one hundred, ninety, five, thousand people with almost six point six, million confirmed cases, but as the crisis worsens president. Trump is once again, offering some false hope saying a vaccine could come within four to eight weeks contradicting most health experts say VACC- probably won't be widely available until at least next summer, we're also following a truly historic day over at the White House where Israel signed diplomatic packs with the United Arab Emirates and Baath rain fully normalizing relations. We'll talk about that and more just a few minutes with President Trump's senior adviser is son-in-law Jared Kushner. He's standing by first. Let's go straight to the White House our chief White, house correspondent Jim. Acosta's. Jim Historic Day, they're against the backdrop though of a worsening coronavirus pandemic. Oh that's right. Well, president trump spent the day celebrating some big diplomatic agreements reached between Israel and the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain. But the coronavirus pandemic was stealing part of the spotlight from the deal like the president's rallies the event at the White House featured attendees sitting side-by-side many without wearing any mass president and top officials continue to brush off concerns that they are actively encouraging Americans to crowd into places where the virus can pick and choose its next victim. Bringing together, the leaders of Israel, the United Arab, Emirates Bahrain to establish diplomatic relations. President trump heralded the agreement as a breakthrough that will spread peace across the Middle East. We're here this afternoon to change the course of history president pointed to the moment as a sign of his dealmaking skills bearing fruit in a troubled region. Together, these agreements will serve as the foundation for a comprehensive peace, of course, the entire region. Something which nobody thought was possible certainly not in this day and age maybe in many decades from now. But the event may have been spreading the corona virus to top administration officials. Members of the president's family and GOP lawmakers took their seats side by side for the ceremony on the South Lawn of the White House with no social distancing and mostly unmasked I did wear it earlier. Not Wearing it earlier. Replay of how the president is tempting fate at his rallies campaign events in Nevada and Arizona were endures and filled with supporters all at a time when the US death toll from covid nineteen is approaching two hundred, thousand approximately twenty percent of the deaths from the virus worldwide jared Kushner jared. Thank you very much. President son-in-law Jared Kushner who got a pat on the back for his diplomatic work in the Middle East said, it's up to trump supporters to take precautions. The president trump believes that people can make their own decisions. We put out guidance for how people should follow Most of the president's events have been outdoors. Democrat Joe Biden approaches dramatically different wearing a mask in public and holding smaller events as he responds to the president's attacks. President continues to tease that vaccine could be released before election even though his own health experts say that's unlikely going to be soon. Now will it be before the election It could be in terms of we have something then we'll start delivering it. Immediately upon getting it. Responding to Bob, Woodward's book that revealed the President Intentionally downplayed covid nineteen a book Mr Trump now says, is quote fine I actually got to read it last night I read it very quickly and it was very boring. But there was no. Mr President. Boring Book. It's OK minutes find. Another author that's gotten under the president's skin former national security adviser John Bolton is now facing a Justice Department investigation into whether he revealed classified information move seen by critics as a warning shot to others in the administration. Golden has blasted the president's handling of the virus. The president simply didn't want to hear about it. He didn't want anything in the way of the trade deal with China that he signed in January. For the president's attempt at middle. East peace. He still faces two big obstacles just how will bring the Palestinians to the bargaining table with Israel what to do about Iran I think right after our election the American election. If we win, we'll have a deal with. Iran. Now's for the pandemic CNN has confirmed that health and Human Services spokesman. Michael Caputo. Apologize Staffers at the Department today for comments he made on facebook accusing government scientists of sedition and being part of a resistance unit. Our sources tell US Caputo status at HHS is uncertain at this point I am told Caputo was already on thin ice before these revelations about his comments on facebook will all right Jim. Jim Mukasa over at the White House now, there's more developments unfolding in the coronavirus pandemic. SIENNAS. Eric Health is working the story for us from New York Erica more than ever hope is riding on a vaccine. What's the latest? That it is and we're just hearing from Dr Anthony Fauci who tells it CNN just a short time ago. It's a matter of time in his words before the trials from that Astra Zeneca Cova Nineteen vaccine resume were called. They were paused worldwide last week after a participant in the UK trials became ill, they are still in the US they have resumed in the UK. But again, Dr Faucher saying it's only a matter of time until they start again here in the United States this is the push for a vaccine continues and as the reality sets in that even once there's an approved vaccine, there is still a very long road ahead. America is at a crossroads. We could just stay on on message about the signs and talk about what the science tells us science that is reportedly being stifled at the highest levels by politics, and we saw with the completely bungled plasma statements that you know when you start pressuring people to say optimistic things, they go completely off the rails and so the FDA lost a lot of credibility their new evidence the virus can linger nine year old Eli Lipman at his father still battling symptoms after six months is a big deal it will hurt. You just got to face the truth. The truth is this virus is still spreading the average number of new cases reported. Each day is down significantly from late July when it topped seventy thousand yet the more than thirty four thousand cases added Monday are still above the early peak back in April can't relax with this is relentless in East Lansing Michigan State, a mandatory quarantine order for thirty houses, most of them, fraternity and Sorority. Houses if we can't get this in control and we are still dealing with really poor control of the first wave that when the second wave comes the, we may be looking at accounts and things like that. Again, there are some positive signs new cases over the past week holding steady in twenty states those in yellow and down in twenty one, the states in green among those seeing an uptick nearly all of New England we need. A little more leverage when people are breaking the rules Connecticut's governor announcing fines for those organizing or attending gatherings with more than twenty five people inside one hundred outdoors.

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"hurricane sally" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:34 min | 2 months ago

"hurricane sally" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The city just announced it is hired as he put it will solve the problem by and large, if not, he said. I'll take another step Rich Lam WCBS news radio 8 80. Hurricane Sally continues to drift in a slow two mile an hour crawl toward the northern Gulf Coast, her in dangerous storm surge and relentless rainfall, but forecasters warn could trigger historic flooding as the storm is expected to hover in the area. Long after coming ashore. CBS News correspondent David Beg No has more from Pensacola BEACH, Florida Tonight. Hurricane Sally is turning toward the Gulf Coast already pounding everything in its path. Thiss massive category one storm is moving slowly getting an additional time to gather strength and become even more dangerous here, Pete for a lot of people. This was a day of nervous anticipation. I'm not trying to go back with him or winds are already 80 MPH. Heavy rain and severe flooding are the biggest threats all the way from the eastern tip of Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle. The National Power Game Center expect Sally to remain a Category one hurricane with top sustained winds of 80 miles an hour when it makes landfall sometime tomorrow. Wild fires continue to burn in California, Washington and Oregon or some 10. People are dead and 22. Others are missing..

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"hurricane sally" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:18 min | 2 months ago

"hurricane sally" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"CORONA virus Considered from NPR News. I'm Sasha Pfeiffer in Cambridge, Massachusetts. And I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington. Hurricane Sally has been much of the day dumping a torrent of rain on the Florida Panhandle and southern Alabama. The storm has moved very little. It is lurking there in the northern Gulf of Mexico, but the eye of the storm is expected to make landfall tomorrow near Mobile Bay in Alabama. NPR's Debbie Elliot joins us now from Gulf Shores. Alabama. Hey there, Deb. Hi, Mary Louise. So Gulf shores. Am I right in guessing it is like it sounds directly on the gulf. It is. And what does it look like? What does it sound like? What does it feel like? They're right now. Well, the winds have really Scott didn't steadily stronger this evening. At times, it makes the rain even blow horizontally. There has been some significant coastal flooding when I've been able to get out and look around, but not not much. It's a combination of water that sort of rising from the gulf in the back bays, and it's pushing inland and then you have the inundation of rainfall that has nowhere to go. That's put water over roads in several areas. There have also been some intermittent and scattered power outages. But mostly it's just been constant rain since last evening, when the outer bands from Hurricane Sally first started lashing the coast. This is a really big storm. It stretches out far from its little unorganized. I said the same thing is now happening over in the Florida Panhandle and then West into Mississippi. Okay, so a big storm and and what is the latest on where exactly? It's headed. The track has shifted east toward landfall in Alabama. It was looking like Louisiana, but now it's heading east. What's the latest? Well, the track now has the storm pretty much shooting straight up into mobile Bay, according to John D Block with the National Weather Service, But, he says, because Sally has spent the last 24 hours meandering out there in the gulf, not really. Moving quickly at all. Landfall could be delay, which means more rain. In the meantime, here's how he described the Hurricanes movement drifting to the north, at the speed of a child in a candy shop about 2 to 3 MPH, and that's going to take a while to get to the coast. And we're looking at about tomorrow morning now a little bit later than we had been talking about earlier. On DH. What is the biggest worry Deb that the biggest threat as landfall nearest You know, early on, it was winds, but that's no longer the case. Now it is flooding. The National Hurricane Center calls it life threatening inundation because Hurricane Sally has been so sluggish. That means rain is just piling up in its wake. Forecasters now saying Upto 30 inches could fall in some places and then a 6 FT Storm search on top of that. Alabama governor Kay Ivey urged people to take it very seriously. Hurricane Sally. Is not to be taken for granted. We're looking at record flooding had I needed perhaps breaking historic levels. And with a rising water comes a greater risk for loss of property and life. So high water vehicles and swift water rescue teams have been staged in order to respond..

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"hurricane sally" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:43 min | 2 months ago

"hurricane sally" Discussed on KCRW

"Considered from NPR News with Sasha Pfeiffer in Cambridge, Massachusetts. I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington. Hurricane Sally has been much of the day dumping a torrent of rain on the Florida Panhandle and Southern Alabama. The storm has moved very little. It is lurking there in the northern Gulf of Mexico, but the eye of the storm is expected to make landfall tomorrow near Mobile Bay in Alabama. NPR's Debbie Elliot joins us now from Gulf Shores. Alabama. Hey there, Deb. Hi, Mary Louise. So Gulf shores. Am I right in guessing it is like it sounds directly on the gulf. It is. And what is a klick? What does it sound like what it feels like they're right now. Well, the winds have really Scott didn't steadily stronger this evening. At times, it makes the rain even blow horizontally. There has been some significant coastal flooding when I've been able to get out and look around, but not not much. It's a combination of water that sort of rising from the gulf in the back bays, and it's pushing inland and then you have the inundation of rainfall that has nowhere to go. That's put water over roads in several areas. There have also been some intermittent and scattered power outages. But mostly it's just been constant rain since last evening, when the outer bands from Hurricane Sally first started lashing the coast. This is a really big storm. It stretches out far from its little unorganized. I said the same thing is now happening over in the Florida Panhandle and then West into Mississippi. Okay, so a big storm and what is the latest on where exactly? It's headed. The track has shifted east toward landfall in Alabama. It was looking like Louisiana, but now it's heading east. What's the latest? Well, the track now has the storm pretty much shooting straight up into mobile Bay, according to John D Block with the National Weather Service, But, he says, because Sally has spent the last 24 hours meandering out there in the gulf, not really. Moving quickly at all landfall could be delayed, which means more rain. In the meantime, here's how he described the Hurricanes movement drifting to the north at the speed of a child in a candy shop about 2 to 3 MPH. And that's going to take a while to get to the coast. And we're looking at about tomorrow morning now, little bit later than we have been talking about earlier on DH. What is the biggest worry Deb that the biggest threat as landfall nearest You know, early on, it was wind, but that's no longer the case. Now it is flooding. The National Hurricane Center calls it life threatening inundation because Hurricane Sally has been so sluggish. That means rain is just piling up in its wake..

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"hurricane sally" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:04 min | 2 months ago

"hurricane sally" Discussed on AP News

"Image of normalcy is vital the winning even as a nation approaches. 200,000 Cove, it 19 deaths. I'm Tim Maguire, the U. S Gulf Coast is bracing for flooding and wind damage from the approaching Hurricane Sally. Hurricane Sally continues gaining strength from the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico. National Hurricane Center director Ken Graham says it could make landfall late Tuesday or early Wednesday along the Mississippi Alabama line with winds around 110 miles an hour and because the storm is moving so slowly Alabama, the Mississippi Gulf Coast some areas here in Jackson County. Forecasting 15 to 20 inches of rain and a storm surge as high as 11 ft in some areas, prompting Mac McLaughlin and his neighbors and kill Mississippi to seek higher ground. I just don't wanna be here when the waters that they could be stranded that would make small. Several cars have already been swept away by sea water at Alabama's Dauphin Island. Mississippi's Gaming Commission has ordered all 12 coastal casinos too close. I'm Jackie Quinn. Hurricane Sally continues gaining Drink from the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico. National Hurricane Center director Ken Graham says it could make landfall late Tuesday or early Wednesday along the Mississippi Alabama line with winds around 110 miles an hour and because the storm is moving so slowly Alabama, the Mississippi Gulf Coast some areas here in Jackson County. We're forecasting 15 to 20 inches of rain and a storm surge as high as 11 ft in some areas, prompting Mac McLaughlin and his neighbors and kill Mississippi to see Higher ground. I just don't wanna be here when the water that they could be stranded that would make small. Several cars have already been swept away by sea water at Alabama's Dauphin Island. Mississippi's Gaming Commission has ordered all 12 coastal casinos too close. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News I'm Tim Maguire, President Trump rallies with supporters in Phoenix, telling the crowd he is committed to Latinos too great honor to be here, but we're here to discuss my administration's unwavering.

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"hurricane sally" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:28 min | 2 months ago

"hurricane sally" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Dot com Station. Bracing for another store. I'm Lisa. Let Sarah Fox News Hurricane Sally, now a dangerous category two hurricane. It's after rapidly strengthening this afternoon, is expected to make landfall in the Gulf late tomorrow or early Wednesday. We are opening shelters in our state. In fact, we have already opened The medical needs shelter that we have built in and Stone County, Mississippi, just about 40 miles off of the coast line. For anyone who has special medical needs. We'll have that shelter. Open it. It's already open. In fact, this is a big governor Tate Reeves on Fox's The story with Martha MacCallum, Louisiana Governor John Bell Edwards with a message for people still dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Laura, which duck southwestern Louisiana three weeks ago. I want those citizens to know that we're going to continue to work on the recovery. From Laura, even as we prepare for and respond to Hurricane Sally. On that includes everything from power restoration to sheltering the back You Ys two additional transportation of necessary. Alabama Governor Kay Ivey has requested a federal disaster declaration in Florida Governor Rhonda Santis declared a state of emergency and the Panhandle's westernmost counties in the West. The threat is wildfires. 90 large fires are burning across 10 Western states, scorching nearly five million acres, according to national Fire Statistic. That's an area roughly equivalent to Connecticut and Rhode Island. Combined with red flag warnings once again in the forecast by your crusade, resources and energy are running low. The other battle crews and residents safe is the smoke. It produced a creepy orange haze and completely blanketed city skylines like in Seattle and Portland, which currently have the worst air quality in the world Socks is Christina Coleman House panel is launching an investigation into reports of political appointees have meddled with data related to the Corona virus pandemic. America is listening to Fox News. The new razor from Harry's is not the same. In the past, Guys have been overcharged for razors. Meanwhile, Harry is just came out with their sharpest blades ever and they're not raising prices. Not even a little. Their new blade still cost as little as $2. Each and value isn't the only thing that makes Harry's unique, some shaving cos at bells and whistles to their razors. Perry's values Simple, clean design..

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