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"hurricane teddy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 5 months ago

"hurricane teddy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Closing costs and tax estimates. All in real time rocket can rocket mortgage miking WDC is traffic on the threes. Now we have a coastal flood advisory up until seven o'clock tonight for the entire seaboard of Massachusetts. Course. Hurricane Teddy churning its way through the Atlantic, making its way up to Newfoundland in Nova Scotia expected to make landfall in a matter of hours there, But again right now, we're just dealing with the wind from the storm. Some area seeing gusts up to 30 40 Miles. Now we're especially southeastern parts of the state and that spill over as we see these pretty big waves and Of course, that spot right by issues go circle, usually one that floods pretty easily getting over later on tonight. We've got some clouds out there in the sky. We should start to clear up a little bit The winds dying down a little bit overnight. Low near 55 in Boston, Upper forties North and West. But it will be breezy tomorrow and warm out there a swell some some of the high in the upper seventies, both Thursday and Friday, looking great, mostly sunny skies with a high in the mid seventies. This's w b z use radio 10 30 where the news watch never stops 64 right now in Boston at 6 15. Good evening to you. I'm Nicole Davis here. The five things you need to know. Judiciary Committee chair Senator Lindsey Graham says Republicans have enough votes to confirm a new Supreme Court justice before the election. More on this in 20 seconds. A woman from Wooster is suing the city, claiming two police officers used excessive force against her autistic son. A judge in handing county now ruling the firing of the former head of the Holyoke soldiers home was invalid. That's the U. S death toll from the cove in 19 virus reaches.

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Boston - Hurricane Teddy To Stir Up Wind, Waves On Massachusetts Coast

WBZ Midday News

00:58 sec | 5 months ago

Boston - Hurricane Teddy To Stir Up Wind, Waves On Massachusetts Coast

"Hundreds of miles out to sea in the Atlantic, but it's really whipping up the waves. That high surf advisory continues through tomorrow. But now we have that wind gust advisory through 11 o'clock tonight for the Cape, the Islands and the South Coast. Now these wind gusts not sustained winds, but the wind gust. Could get to about 65 Miles an hour. So that's just what ah shy of hurricane strength. Really. It's getting pretty close, and that probably will bring some tree limbs down. We have those dry conditions, and that inevitably could mean some power outages for those coastal areas. In just about an hour under an hour. We're going to start to see that high tide coastal flooding risk that will continue for four hours until six o'clock tonight in those coastal areas for the rest of the week. Beautiful its fall in the seventies with sunshine. Maybe hitting 80, though for the warmest day tomorrow.

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"hurricane teddy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 5 months ago

"hurricane teddy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Rocket mortgage Kevin Brennan? W. B Z is traffic on the three. Sorry Kevin talked to you in 10 minutes so kind of a wild day. Hurricane Teddy is well out to sea but powerful enough to give us a lashing coastal areas getting that lashing in particular cave cod and the islands in the south coast wind gust today up to 65 Miles an hour that is nearing hurricane strength. We also have an issue of the potential for coastal flooding at high tide. That's between two and six. Tonight We have a red flag warning to everything is so dry and with those winds, there's an elevated fire risk and, of course, Smokers need to be aware that you wanna put your button some grass and have that gets smoky and cause a condition So firefighters always ask you to be just really mindful of of this, the red flag warning And then tonight partly cloudy low 55 to 60 Tomorrow Breezy Sonny. Nice first full day of fall 80 degrees inland, warming up. And then Thursday and Friday into the weekend. Just nice. No riel problems were in the mid seventies with sunshine all the way through the weekend, so really something to look forward to weatherwise after we get through this kind of A flood fire and wind concern for the area for today. It's 11 36. A suspect is in the hospital this hour after gunshots were fired by police overnight outside the mall in Kingston, double BBC's James RoHaas tells us that happened overnight in the parking lot. Security for Kingston collection called police Right before three o'clock this morning, a man was allegedly threatening a garden acting erratic Plymouth County District attorney Tim Cruz says. That's when two officers responded. The man is 25 years of age, allegedly threatening officers and shots were fired. He was taken initially to the hospital Plymouth and transported to Boston. He couldn't say if the man had a weapon.

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"hurricane teddy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 5 months ago

"hurricane teddy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Away for the radio that I heart radio app is terrific on your smartphone to follow us there right now, the Subaru retailers of New England all we'll drive traffic on the threes and we also say Good morning to Kevin Brennan. Good morning, Lori and watching some troubles here, leaving east Boston through the Sumner Tunnel. Gotta love plain breakdown inside, causing delays inside the tube itself. You're looking pretty good, though. Wrested downtown Boston. No troubles here. Both directions over the Zaken Bridge. The river roads are looking pretty good. Over in Cambridge on Memorial Drive East Found that right lane is still taken here for police activity at the Longfellow Bridge. Just the left lane is getting by Now south of town. Looking good on the expressway, Braintree to Boston, taking only about 10 minutes. Route three. South bound, expects of exiting delays here to Union Street in Braintree from earlier police activity that we had Over and Milton Blue Hill Avenue room. 1 38 is jammed in both directions. Approaching work crews here at the intersection of Brush Hill Road Down on for 95 north bound over a mile back up through the workers here at Exit three, and Middleborough and Route six West pounds, jammed up for about a mile and a road work before exit one heading towards the sacrum or bridge and trying to get off Cape. This report sponsored by Rocket mortgage, get personalized loan options, closing costs and tax estimates. All in real time when you need your mortgage to fit your family and budget rocket can when you want the ability to adjust your loan options in Realty. I'm rocket Can Rocket mortgage Kevin Brennan? W. B Z is traffic on the three. Sorry Kevin talked to you in 10 minutes so kind of a wild day. Hurricane Teddy is well out to sea but powerful enough to give us a lashing coastal areas getting that.

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"hurricane teddy" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:32 min | 5 months ago

"hurricane teddy" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Major world promise. Visit major world dot com or call 1 800. Major auto. I'm Kelly Dylan. Our next reported a 21 on 10 10 wins. Thankyou, Cal. Now, the accurate therefore, day forecast here we get a live update. We check in again with John Feerick. Mostly clear sky out there overnight. Another chilly one down to 50 in midtown closer to 40 and a few suburbs fall begins tomorrow morning, 9 31 will see Sunshine a breeze. Up to 72 hurricane Teddy passing well, no worries. That's what's helping to kick up a breeze a little bit tomorrow, and it's going to be rather windy across Long Island, probably August 30 to 40 MPH. Mostly clear for tomorrow night below 58. Then Wednesday, mostly sunny, breezy and warmer off the 77 Thursday something to partly cloudy. I 78 still dry Friday with sunshine. I 76 right now in Central Park, 57 mostly clear down to 50 in midtown macular meteorologist John Feerick on New York's weather Station. 10 10 wins. Thanks, John 58 right out of marriage. Brooklyn. We've got 58 degrees in West Hempstead. In Greenburgh. It is a brisk 54 degrees in Garfield, New Jersey Police officer lost everything in a house fire now her PBA. Her co workers. They're stepping up to help. We'll give you that story next..

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"hurricane teddy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 5 months ago

"hurricane teddy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Customer. See store or visit staples dot com slash signage for details. Miking w busies traffic on the three. Now we get a check of the four day W B z ack you weather forecasts. Here's John have high surf and gusty winds tomorrow as hurricane teddy passes well to our east have mostly clear sky for tonight with the breeze. 45 that it turns windy for tomorrow We'll have sunshine doesn't look like we have any threat for any rain from Teddy Augusta, 50 MPH on the coast, especially over the Cape and islands saw tomorrow 65 to 70 breezy tomorrow. Milo 55 Rezian Warm Wednesday clown since on. I 76 still dry Thursday and Friday. I'm an innkeeper. There's John Feerick. W easy. Boston's news radio Right now it is 62 degrees in Braintree. It's 61 in Weymouth, 61. In Methuen 60 degrees In Boston. Fellas you heard John mentioned Hurricane Teddy. Well out to sea will give us some rough surf and some wind down along the Gulf Coast there watching topical Storm Beta. That is nearing the Texas coast. The biggest unknown how much rainfall it could produce in areas has already seen their share of damaging whether during this busy hurricane season winds from bait of weakening as it gets closer to landfall over the U. S. National Hurricane Center says beta could bring up the 15 inches of rain and maybe 4 Ft. Of storm surge in some of the coastal communities today marks the start of climate week. The annual summit takes place every year. Alongside the U. N. General Assembly, CBS News meteorologist and climate specialist Jeff Bird, Ellie.

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"hurricane teddy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:36 min | 5 months ago

"hurricane teddy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"You $75 credit for your first sponsor, John Post at Indy dot com slash impact terms and conditions apply. Next traffic update less than 10 minutes away, and CBS live to the Weather Center chief meteorologist Craig Allen. I don't think I see a drop of rain in your five day forecast. This is another dry week coming up, basically and for Navid gardeners like myself and anybody that even just has AH, window box on the outside. There's you know, And I'm talking to you now, Steve to make sure you water what's in there because it is just So dry and it is just the way the pattern has set up right now that except for one or two systems over the last approximately 3 to 4 weeks, we've had very, very little rain. Sunshine but still cool and I don't think there's any complaints about that side of it. 65 degrees Sunshine will be back with us again on Tuesday near 50 for tonight Hand forties in the suburbs. Tomorrow's high back up near 70 Wednesday and Thursday, Sunshine. 75 to 80 for both those days and I still well up in the seventies on Friday, the son mixing with clouds, sunshine right now, 50 for humidity, 48% and a northeast wind 5 to 10 MPH, Craig last I heard Hurricane Teddy was heading in the direction of what? Nova Scotia. Is that going to cause any trouble for us around here? Is that something? Yes, Teddy is still a hurricane going on to the north. Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, a strange place for for a tropical system to end up and yes, the problems that it will cause not in terms of what we see up in the sky. But down here at the ground,.

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"hurricane teddy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:03 min | 5 months ago

"hurricane teddy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Out of Bridgeport, infra Fairfield, just volume there. The Merrick Parkway looks to be in good shape. Alternate side parking rules in effect today. Citywide. I'm Tom Kaminsky. So we know Chopper 88 live to the weather center and chief meteorologist Craig Allen. I'm looking your five day forecast. I see even a chance of rain in there anywhere, not a drop Weatherwise. It is going to be a very quiet week of weather. The only things to be concerned with or what's going on actually out over the Atlantic. Right now it's going to be sending in high surf very rough. Surf Beach erosion is likely to occur because of it a times of high tide. They could also be some coastal flooding. That all from Hurricane Teddy that is swelling several 100 miles out across the ocean there, but it will be traveling up to our latitude and then on up towards the Atlantic, Canada believe it or not. And so that's that's That's the only concern Sunshine but still cool for today. High up around 65 50 again tonight for the city as cold is 36 to 42 in some suburbs with scattering of frost Tuesday, Sonny and milder, with highs up near 70 degrees Wednesday and Thursday 75 to 80 so it does warm up. In front of will be in the mid seventies as well. Some clouds start to show up at least on Friday. And right now we have 50 humidity at 54% of northerly breeze. Three MPH Craig, We were talking last week about going into the Greek alphabet. Here we are upto Beta Beta, and that's the storm. That's AH, most likely to affect the United States while already is Dictated Texas coastline of the Louisiana coastline once again, and it's amazing To see this tropical storm. Also meandering, though it's not as strong as what we saw with the other two. Prior to this with, you know, with terrible, terrible flooding and storm surge, But nonetheless, it is going to cause havoc along the Texas Louisiana, possibly even Mississippi coastline as it meanders around down across the Gulf of Mexico once again. All right. Thank you. Craig Allen at 5 51.

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"hurricane teddy" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:59 min | 5 months ago

"hurricane teddy" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"1. Paid for by the Boy Scouts of America. I am a New jersey's first news 5 40 for as we bring in our chief meteorologist, Dan zero with another fall like start to the morning, Dan. Yeah, Absolutely. Eric, I don't have much to talk about here. In our forecast for this week. Pretty boring, But that's not necessarily a bad thing. If you like the weather from this weekend, you'll like the start of the week. Here. It is chilly this morning, I admittedly had to grab the jacket for the first time. This morning temperatures thirties and forties across most of the state, the immediate coast beaches and barrier islands a little warmer, closer to 60 degrees as we start the day Sunny, dry and cool. Today It's going to feel more like mid October than mid September. Look for highs in the lower to mid sixties this afternoon. The only concern here is along the Jersey shore with Hurricane Teddy sitting about 900 miles to our southeast, affecting Bermuda today, a high risk of rip currents posted for the jersey shore 6 to 8 FT. Ocean waves battering beaches. And the risk for minor to localize. Moderate coastal flooding will continue for the next several high tide cycles, especially this morning, in and around Cape May County. Those title models are pretty high, so you might experience some water. Remember, you never want to try to drive, swim or walk through flooded areas. We'll have one more chili night here tonight, with lows in the lower to mid forties with some thirties in the coldest spots, and tomorrow is the first day of fall and we'll get more sunshine. It will get a little breezy tomorrow and we'll start to get a little warmer again, with highs bumping into the lower seventies tomorrow, still a bit below normal for this time of year. Wednesday. How about 75 to 80 We call that warm. It'll be mostly sunny and breezy and then gasp. Clouds return on Thursday, but it'll still be mild and probably dry high temperatures on Thursday and Friday, two near 80. New Jersey one a 1.5 news time now 5 45 around the state around the clock. Thiss is New Jersey's first news. Good morning. I'm Eric Scott. Among our top story.

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King Tide Causes Minor Flooding In Downtown Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

01:13 min | 5 months ago

King Tide Causes Minor Flooding In Downtown Boston

"And cool temperatures, possibly record breaking low temps are forecast for today in Boston, as well as Worcester. We also saw high tides yesterday and we'll be seeing even high tides later today. In fact, yesterday's high tide called a King Tide. Costs a minor flooding in downtown Boston. Now as faras any impact to us from a couple of big storms beta and especially hurricane Teddy. Here's more on that from WNBC TV meteorologist Jacob like Alveda will make a close approach to the Texas Gulf Coast and then make a recurve. Over to Louisiana were also watching Hurricane Teddy make a close approach to Bermuda and really turn up the seas for us. In fact, by the time we get into Monday and Tuesday, we're talking about wave heights that are anywhere from 10 to 15 ft. Right off shore and even higher as you go further out into the Atlantic, some models indicating it could be 70 to 80 ft waves. So if you are a Mariner, you're definitely gonna want to pay attention to that. And if you are planning on hitting the beaches today, be mindful of the potentially dangerous high serve. Today's high tide in the greater Boston area. Looks like it's happening just after two o'clock this afternoon, the full forecast coming up right after

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"hurricane teddy" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:53 min | 5 months ago

"hurricane teddy" Discussed on KTRH

"59 East Tex Freeway, heading uptown between Kelly Street and Little York, around the carriage windows dot com 24 hour traffic center With Tropical Storm Bait approaching the Texas Coast, there's a tropical storm warning and flash flood watch in effect for all areas. Well, it's a storm surge warning along the coast. Windy today with showers and a high of 77 gusty winds out of the north northeast and heavier rain Tonight. The love 69, then tropical storm force winds and heavy downforce on Monday and Tuesday with highs in the upper seventies, Too low eighties. I'm meteorologist Jeff Mar from the weather Channel. Wednesday is starting to look pretty good, but we'll get into that hit 73 Now in Galveston, these morning temperatures are just amazing. We have gone into fall spring. You're waking up to 67. Katie, you got 65 69 now at the K T. R H top tax defenders 24 hours. Our weather center 701 our top story. Tropical Storm Beta is Mandarin at a snail's pace moving off to the West. Now the National Weather Center had hurricane hunters up. They've issued a new advisory this morning. The weather channel projecting this year is going to keep the winds from reaching hurricane level. That's been a steady trend. So they were calling for hurricane storm to strengthen to hurricane as it was approaching the Texas Gulf Coast. Then they dropped back to strong. Drop A storm. It's 70 MPH at 5 P.m. advisory. Now with this new ad Advisory. They've dropped back to 60 MPH. And so I think that's a really good forecast based on all of the evidence, all the model guidance that's coming in and just looking at the environment and the structure of the storm. As it stands. Certainly that will help out as regards the wind impacts that will help out as regards the surge impact, But still, this is a dangerous storm. He expected slow motion. A beta will produce a long duration rainfall of in from the Middle Texas coast to southern Louisiana. National Hurricane Center says Flash urban and river flooding is likely The rain falls, then going to sprint northward into the lower Mississippi River valley. By midweek, there is the danger of life threatening storm surge near times are at times around high tide through Tuesday along portions of the Texas and Louisiana coast. Travel a storm force winds occurring along portions of the northwestern Gulf coast within the tropical storm warning area in Louisiana. These winds going be spreading westward to the Texas coast later today and in tomorrow, so let US review where our watches and warnings are this morning. We have a tropical storm warning in effect for Fort Bend and then the inland areas of Brazoria. Galveston, Harris Jackson, Matagorda. Southern Liberty and Warton County's a storm surge warning and tropical storm warning in effect for the Brazoria Islands chambers, the coastal regions of Brazoria, Galveston, Harris, Jackson, Matagorda, Galveston Island, Bulger Peninsula and the Matagorda Islands. Uh, okay. Katie are each news time 703 I get to swallow President.

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Hurricane Teddy to bring windy conditions Tuesday

GardenLine with Randy Lemmon

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Hurricane Teddy to bring windy conditions Tuesday

"Weather Center had hurricane hunters up. They've issued a new advisory this morning. The weather channel projecting this year is going to keep the winds from reaching hurricane level. That's been a steady trend. So they were calling for hurricane storm to strengthen to hurricane as it was approaching the Texas Gulf Coast. Then they dropped back to strong. Drop A storm. It's 70 MPH at 5 P.m. advisory. Now with this new ad Advisory. They've dropped back to 60 MPH. And so I think that's a really good forecast based on all of the evidence, all the model guidance that's coming in and just looking at the environment and the structure of the storm. As it stands. Certainly that will help out as regards the wind impacts that will help out as regards the surge impact, But still, this is a dangerous storm. He

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Tropical Storm Beta threatens Gulf Coast

All Things Considered

00:46 sec | 5 months ago

Tropical Storm Beta threatens Gulf Coast

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

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New Storm Forms, Named Alpha Because We've Run Out Of Letters

Sean Hannity

00:28 sec | 5 months ago

New Storm Forms, Named Alpha Because We've Run Out Of Letters

"Tropical system heading for the U. S. Some tropical storm Alfa has formed but this one actually forms off Portugal's coast. The storm will be short lived, but will cause some heavy rains. In both Portugal and Spain. This makes it likely that the Gulf Storm will be named beta and could impact Southern Texas next week is either a tropical storm or a hurricane. Meanwhile, Hurricane Teddy is likely to be catastrophic when reaching Bermuda late Sunday

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

WBZ Midday News

00:47 sec | 5 months ago

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

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

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Hurricane Teddy Headed for Bermuda

Fresh Air

00:15 sec | 5 months ago

Hurricane Teddy Headed for Bermuda

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

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"hurricane teddy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:31 min | 5 months ago

"hurricane teddy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Right now. WCBS news time 1 39, and we've run out of letters in the alphabet for naming hurricanes so soon will be Using the Greek alphabet because tropical Storm Wilfred has formed in the Eastern Atlantic, and that's it for this year's names, joining Hurricane Teddy and Tropical depression 22, which will be named Alfa once it gained strength, Alfred, which snuck in under the wire took it away from Tropical depression 22. It is not expected to strength and it will stay as a tropical storm for the next several days, and that we could tow a tropical depression. Staying out in the Central Atlantic. CBS News meteorologist David Parkinson Changing of the seasons with CBS on Education. I'm Dr Steve Houston. The annual study skill. Siri's begins next week. But first I want to sneak in one more personal reflection. Regular listeners have heard me say it. This is one reason I love living in the Northeast. I could never reside with her just two seasons human and more human. I love them all, even winter when I coming out of the cold for a cup of coffee or hot chocolate, But my favorite is the fall with its magnificent foliage and perfect temperatures. My kids had a stack of storybooks. You know the type. They're grown now, but I've held on to one. It's called the Four Seasons in my Home office. I have Fort Norman Rockwell prints one for each. They're arranged in a circle because the cycle never ends. The one depicting the fourth is my favorite. Perhaps you've seen it and older gent is raking leaves and looking up into the sky as birds fly overhead. A little boys playing in a pilot leaves at his feet. The seasons. Turn.

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"hurricane teddy" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:35 min | 5 months ago

"hurricane teddy" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Not tell him to go down to get some food they have Wednesday, Wednesday, lunch time to come up and get some more. Ah, Today's weather looks beautiful. Absolutely fantastic. Cool fronts Long gone. Just just think, Sonny. It will be hazy because the fires out west I think of the most the time going to notice it or see it is going to be sunrise and sunset. A cz We've seen the last week or so. But 74 tomorrow 49 tomorrow night. Saturday. 71 for the high about 46 47 Saturday night Sundae 75 degrees is will take us into Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of next week, a little bit warmer each day next week, But we're still talking, maybe a maximum high of 81 82. Hurricane Teddy is still out in the Atlantic. It's a will become a major hurricane real concern for Bermuda, but that would be about it will probably generates a big surf along The East Coast. And there's a little area of development right off the Mexican coast in the Gulf of Mexico. I think that has a really good chance of becoming R W Storm at which will round out the alphabet for us as faras naming names, and that could be a concern for the Gulf Coast again, but a long way to go. Ah, I have a question about the haze is ah,.

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As Sally’s remnants soak Southeast, Hurricane Teddy and new storm in Gulf of Mexico pose new threats

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:19 sec | 5 months ago

As Sally’s remnants soak Southeast, Hurricane Teddy and new storm in Gulf of Mexico pose new threats

"Sally is now opposed Tropical depression drenching parts of the Carolinas. The storm made landfall Wednesday near Gulf Shores, Alabama as a Category two hurricane, leaving behind a trail of destruction and the threat of more flooding along the Gulf Coast. Hurricane Teddy now threatens the Bahamas.

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"hurricane teddy" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:59 min | 5 months ago

"hurricane teddy" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Around the Florida and Alabama line. So New Orleans are hardly got a raindrop from this, but it caught a lot of people off guard in the Florida Panhandle. They didn't expect to see that kind of impact from the storm. So many of them stayed behind. There's no really great count or accurate count of the number of people who stay there. How many left? And so therefore it's hard to get a gauge of who might still be missing. Jen now what happened? Hurricane Teddy is now tropical Storm teddy. Know it. Well, it never. I'm not sure it ever became an actual hurricane. But it is still a No. It's still right now. As of this morning at five o'clock, it was still listed as a hurricane, sustained winds of 90 MPH. Behind that when his tropical storm Vicky, and then down in the Gulf of Mexico down off the eastern coast of Mexico, there is a tropical disturbance that has a 90% chance of moving up into Scicolone status. You know that? Would that would put it the Beginning stages of possibly becoming a tropical depression. Tropical storm maybe a hurricane that one would be called Wilfred. Wow. All right. Well, anybody named Teddy Vicky, Sally or Wilfred Right now is probably not high on their neighbours list Exactly because their namesake storms are are threatening Cem. Pretty vast areas of the country. Wow. Alright, incredible. Thanks for the update him see later that is a B C's Jim Ryan. I can't even. I mean, can you imagine? 30 inches of rain. It just hangs out. Like a little river. Going by your house, a play or not in your house. But I just can't. You can't imagine that And and usually any time that you know you are. I have probably experienced flooding. It goes down within a couple hours. It hits a storm drain off Agos, or it soaks into our very, very drought filled grounds. We can't. We can't even fathom what that's like. But that's what they're experiencing. Get back to some of.

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"hurricane teddy" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:56 min | 5 months ago

"hurricane teddy" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"First year at Lifelock dot com slash radio. Did you just say 25% off at Lifelock dot com slash radio? I did OK now I've seen everything. Hazy sunshine is what we have right now and that will continue for most of the afternoon. Ah, High today of 73 for tonight, mostly clear, not as cool as the last couple of nights. 63 the low in midtown right now it is 65 going up to 73. Good morning. I'm John Belmont wins news time at the tone. 11 30. Good morning. I'm Susan Richard already 15 inches of rain along parts of the Gulf Coast with his Muchas 35 expected. This is all from the very slow moving Hurricane Sally, which is bringing torrential rain and dangerous flooding from the Florida Panhandle to Mississippi. This category One now came ashore at 4 45 this morning is a cat to near Gulf Shores, Alabama, Some 580,000 homes and businesses are without power. Meantime, forecasters are watching Hurricane Teddy. It's turning toward the Caribbean and could be a cat for by tomorrow. Hurricane Sally losing some of her punch now churning more inland, with the backside of the storm. Still lashing Pensacola, Florida wins or 80 MPH, but the slow moving storm is dumping heavy rains. It made landfall early this morning as a Category two hurricane near Gulf Shores, Alabama, ABC is Ginger Zee is a nearby mobile and the concern in the Gulf region remains the same. But I am concerned about as it pushes the water for hours and hours like born and even Dustin taken up all morning, we'll finally get move up. Even Montgomery lands a half put a rein on that England blood over a half million customers are without power. Forecasters say a Sally becomes a tropical storm. It's afternoon. The threat of power outages.

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"hurricane teddy" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:35 min | 5 months ago

"hurricane teddy" Discussed on KNSS

"Valley starting to come ashore on Jack Callahan. Fox News. The other bands of the storm lashing the coastline between Pensacola, Florida and Mobile Alabama. Flocks is actually Strohmeyer's on the banks of mobile Bay. There had been no upwards of 70 to 75 mile per hour wind gusts in mobile bay. And if you look at places like Gulf Shores, Pensacola they're getting hammered. And we're still in that are here that first Quadrant, which is usually the most powerful part of these hurricanes. But I will say the wind is really starting to pick up. Sally strengthened overnight. Now a category two hurricane. This is going to be a historic storm, not only with the heavy rainfall totals, but the fact that this continues to strengthen as it moves inland and slow moving S O. We're not expecting a landfall technically until the next couple of hours. Meteorologist Janice Dean says the water is a bigger threat than the winds with rainfall expected to reach 2 FT orm or in some areas. Combining with storm surge and close to high tide, the National Weather Service posting a flash flood emergency, urging people living in low lying areas between mobile and Pensacola to move to higher ground immediately. Now, here comes another storm. The National Hurricane Center says. Hurricane Teddy has rapidly intensified in the Caribbean, now a Category two hurricane with the potential to reach Category four. City currently forecast to hit Bermuda early on Monday, a tense standoff in Los Angeles overnight police in the sheriff's deputies cornering a man and a home in the Compton Lynwood area. Thinking might be the person who shot two sheriff's deputies on Saturday but later saying.

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"hurricane teddy" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:38 min | 5 months ago

"hurricane teddy" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"And I Heart radio station. Valley starting to come ashore on Jack Callahan. Fox News. The other bands of the storm lashing the coastline between Pensacola, Florida and Mobile. Alabama. Flocks is actually Strohmeyer's on the banks of mobile Bay. There had been no upwards of 70 to 75 mile per hour wind gusts in mobile bay. And if you look at places like Gulf Shores, Pensacola they're getting hammered. And we're still in that are here. That first Quadrant, which is Usually the most powerful part of these hurricanes, But I will say the wind is really starting to pick up. Sally strengthened overnight. Now a category two hurricane. This is going to be a historic storm, not only with the heavy rainfall totals, but the fact that this continues to strengthen as it moves inland and slow moving S O. We're not expecting a landfall technically until the next couple of hours looks. Meteorologist Janice Dean says the water is a bigger threat than the winds with rainfall expected to reach 2 Ft. Or Maurin. Some areas, combining with storm surge and close to high tide, the National Weather Service posting a flash flood emergency, urging people living in low lying areas between mobile and Pensacola to move to higher ground immediately. Now, here comes another storm. The National Hurricane Center says. Hurricane Teddy has rapidly intensified in the Caribbean, now a Category two hurricane with the potential to reach Category four. City currently forecast to hit Bermuda early on Monday, a tense standoff in Los Angeles overnight police in the sheriff's deputies cornering a man and a home in the Compton Lynwood area, thinking he might be the person who shot two sheriff's deputies on Saturday but later saying.

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"hurricane teddy" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:37 min | 5 months ago

"hurricane teddy" Discussed on KTOK

"Oklahoma City. Valley starting to come ashore on Jack Callahan. Fox News. The other bands of the storm lashing the coastline between Pensacola, Florida and Mobile. Alabama. Flocks is actually Strohmeyer's on the banks of mobile Bay. There had been no upwards of 70 to 75 mile per hour wind gusts in mobile bay. And if you look at places like Gulf Shores, Pensacola they're getting hammered. And we're still in that. Or near that first quadrant, which is usually the most powerful part of these hurricanes. But I will say the wind is really starting to pick up. Sally strengthened overnight. Now a Category two hurricane. This is going to be a historic storm, not only with the heavy rainfall totals, but the fact that this continues to strengthen as it moves inland. And slow moving S O. We're not expecting a landfall technically until the next couple of hours. Meteorologist Janice Dean says the water is a bigger threat than the winds with rainfall expected to reach 2 FT orm or in some areas, combining with storm surge and close to high tide. Master Weather service, posting a flash flood emergency, urging people living in low lying areas between mobile and Pensacola to move to higher ground immediately. Now, here comes another storm. The National Hurricane Center says. Hurricane Teddy has rapidly intensified in the Caribbean, now a Category two hurricane with the potential to reach Category four. Teddy currently forecast to hit Bermuda early on Monday, a tense standoff in Los Angeles overnight police and the sheriffs, deputies cornering a man and a home in the Compton Lynwood area. Thinking he might be the person who shot two sheriff's deputies on Saturday but later saying.

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"hurricane teddy" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:06 min | 5 months ago

"hurricane teddy" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Day early. Somehow they've rejoined us, Dave Hello there so nationally dynamic jumps to mind when thinking about the weather nationally, with the fires and storms and That we have the fires continue to burn. I think the closest to being contained is like 31 32% mean these fires are really rugged rural areas, and probably, you know, you've seen a lot of homes destroyed and stuff like that. One of the problems much like living on the coast with the Atlantic hurricane season is that We probably should not be living there. But you know, and that's one of the issues. The other issue is. We're not cleaning the forest. The way we should be, were Ah, not letting people come in and take the dead wood out. You know, there's a lot of lot of things going on in the tropics. We have five named storms at one time. Pretty cool. Sally and Paulette are Hurricanes Paul, Let's pulling away from Bermuda right now, that will become a thing of the past. Salt. Sally's is the storm. It will go into the central Gulf Coast tomorrow, probably in the morning. It's moving pretty quickly now somewhere between New Orleans and Panama City, Florida, and it will A hurricane. It's now in the zone where there's no shear is going to rapidly developed. It will be a category one, maybe Category two at hit time. We have Renee That's falling apart. That's really not a concern. Then we have teddy. Hurricane Teddy. That does not sound scary when you call it out. What's the last one? The other one is Vicky. Oh, shut up. Teddy could be a concern for Bermuda. Also, Vicky's way, way out there Selling last time Coin one really mean one off one other time, there's been five Yeah, who are the five against? Sally let Teddy Vicky Renee and Vicky Man, Where's the You, Dave? There is no use Storm. That is a story that is one white ready, People. The Caucasians coming next. The next one less county will be the W storm, And that will be the end of the alphabet as faras named storms. Then we go to Greek letters. So the next one after that would be Alfa. Beta. So what are the chances we break a record this year? Uh, storm wise, pay pretty good. They just seem to be naming. We've talked about this before. They just seem to be naming storms for the sake of naming storms. Ah, A lot of these have been marginal tropical storms out in the middle of nowhere. Fire officials need to do that. Why don't you give a name when Why is there no queue or no, you or a wire? Rosie?.

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