30 Burst results for "Hurricane doreen"

"hurricane doreen" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

02:29 min | 8 months ago

"hurricane doreen" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"Little bit of issues. You can't just like go throwing these towers down places like you have to know the implications of what you're doing absolutely. It's just a matter of having a conversation. I think. The telecommunications industry will start meteorologist. They don't want that's Nice de definite what's going on at all. Just have a conversation because you know it's one of these the things that they're probably as a solution here Just have the conversation to ram this data throat without thinking about our other implications So now this next question from Blue Collins They said are storm's going to continue to amplify while also being slow moving yet. I'm suspecting talking about hurricane since they've been slow moving. So let's let's talk about that because it could be also fron like a Hurricane Doreen perspective in terms of like storm surge in wind or also like a Florence where it was the flooding rains Coastal Carolina. That is correct. And I was going to mention Doreen because in twenty nineteen one of the most significant weather makers of the year was hurricane. Doreen as a meteorologist. One thing that stunned me is just how long Dorian sat over the Bahamas you you saw. It had their sat there the storm surge the rain the wind. Yeah I mean I was really concerned about the human outcome of that storm. But we've seen it also with Hurricane Florence as you mentioned then Hurricane Harvey before that and they're actually is research by a colleague of mine. Jim Coasts in his up at the University of Wisconsin as published in the scientific literature that suggests that we are entering an era due to some of the changes. We're seeing in climate where the storms are likely to slow down slow down or stall that that has serious implications because we already know that. What's the most dangerous aspect of a hurricane is the water? It's the water and so we're sitting out parking. These storms coastlines like we saw with Dorian or Harvey. We also are a parking them in an area where we're GONNA see more rain a sustained storm surge so that really concerns me in. Their scientific literature suggests that we may see it happening more frequently. Yeah in the television aspect like here at the weather channel. It's like we get so scared when these storms slowdown. Because then we're afraid of what happens when it moves off. Because then we get the visuals of like the Harvey Flooding People Walking down the streets of Houston like waist-deep deep. And we're just we just can't fathom like that this imagery is real saying with Dorian like when it finally moved away from the the Grand Bahama island and we were like. Oh.

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"hurricane doreen" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

05:02 min | 10 months ago

"hurricane doreen" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

"Following Hurricane Doreen and they were just distraught that Disney had changed the port plans and instead of actually going book a cruise you have to go into understanding that yes this like say for instance these three Puerto ports of call may be planned but that can change it castaway cay but we just yes I was I was furious when I read that I was like come on people how insensitive can you be to to the Bahamas who just day miss so they canceled a port or added something in or whatever so they have to change the itinerary to fit it and then I think we and we did the I can oh things change all the time but but you know that's that's the nature of of a cruise it doesn't happen it's happened to me once or twice on a ship but of all of the does an amazing job on on that the only I was on a cruise once I caught the tail end I mean even when they tried to avoid those things you know the seas around those storms are acting up and I on the way to Canada on from New York an eye on to Up to New England I think when I had I had a rough night where the the ship was rocking had and things were causing turning more than normal but I think we caught some other sees at the end of a hurricane even though the hurricane is out to see we can't make the water a little rougher depending on where you're at anything else on weather hurricanes roll with it plan for it if you're traveling anytime between middle of July I to December you have to keep an eye on the Atlantic two weeks ahead of your your planned trip remember the majority of optical systems start somewhere off the vicinity of the coast of Africa so it can take them a week or more to make progress through the antic just be prepared for for interruption or be prepared to take advantage of the timeline of the store and then just for did General Disney bad weather I know we have shows on this but a couple of quick things they have ponchos at the parks and they have unbrellas bought an umbrella on my last for a cane trip because I thought the Dan was coming and that was seventeen.

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Building a better algorithm to predict flood risk in the age of climate change

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

01:56 min | 11 months ago

Building a better algorithm to predict flood risk in the age of climate change

"Residents of Charleston South Carolina Hunker down earlier this month when Hurricane Doreen struck east coast this time Dorian didn't hit too hard but this low-lying coastal city has been seeing a lot more flooding lately homeowners and residents could really benefit from better flood maps the tech to create those maps exists but not enough people have the information reported taken wetland visited visited South Carolina before Dorian to see firsthand how this technology might help people adapt to a changing climate. It's dusk in Charleston. Cherie Cherie Lewis Gross slides on waiters and sloshes into a deep puddle on the side of the road with moving. She's a cartographer usually in front of a computer but tonight. She uses a yardstick and a tablet for her work. Improving flood maps to our left marsh grass in the C two a right the city stately colonial mansions ooh. It feels really squishy at the bottom over here. It feels like some sediment is being pushed up from the the water. Lewis grasp flew in from from New York just to measure these puddles because she knew there'd be a king tied tonight. One of the highest tides of the year the whole bay is rising water fills the neighborhood neighborhood so in this spot I'm sticking my ruler and right next to the storm drain opening and it's already at eleven centimeters about four inches. The water rises through the evening up to three feet in some spots small fish swim through the street neighbors. Keep Watch from their porches. Lewis Gruss moves from block doc to block entering data. It feels shocking to me to see streets completely inundated with water on a day where there's no rain and no oh major tidal surge from a hurricane. It's just your everyday high tide flooding every day but worse because of sea you level rise. Lewis grows works for First Street

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"hurricane doreen" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:16 min | 11 months ago

"hurricane doreen" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"As Hurricane Doreen roared across the Bahamas earlier this month. Crescendo Cartwright and her family sheltered at her mother-in-law's house inland inland. She says the hurricane stay over them for two days. Miss Cartwright lost half a dozen of her close friends and now she's rebuilding her life. After the hurricane destroyed her home home on Grand Bahama last week Miss Cartwright brought her children to Nova Scotia where she used to live to stay with relatives now she's back on Grand Bahama and yesterday that she talked to the CBC's Sherry Board and Kali about how she's doing. I still have friends who they're missing so they have not been declared deceased at this time not not not out of the time they're still missing. I'm so sorry how were you coaching right and I actually have a memorial for one of my friend. Her and her husband perished to be honest with you. I'm not sure how I'm coping just waking up every day. You know I just thank God for the breadth that I have in my body you know for life and for him spearing my family family and friends that he has spared and I'm just focusing on restoring the island. It's hard it's difficult. It's a scary situation could be because of course I was left toleman. Honestly I don't even really have the time to sit and think about that because I actually work for the Power Company and we are key and you know restoring the island back to I guess whatever's left of it so I'm so busy managing other people and making sure that they are safe. I don't really have the time to reflect on what has happened to myself and my family so how much damage was actually done to your home inside. was you got it. There was no wall. The frame was up. You know you had the wood-frame but there was no wall of the furniture was ripped away on the salt water eight at a lot of the furniture so I don't even know what have to the furniture is when we walk when we walked in. I'm looking at a completely different home. I it was just talk. They couldn't say anything. I just was walking through the home. I was videotaping. I was crying just trying to make sense of all because you know you're you're Spain. Mind cannot fathom the fact that you have a washer dryer set in bay. You're on the outside of your home. How do you how did you explain this. What what happened to your children. I actually didn't explain the full extent of it. I let them know that we lost our home. You know there were certain certain items that he and Patty bears valuable to them. I know that we don't have them anymore. But Mommy and daddy are going to work hard so that we can get them for you but I did not let them see the home. We did not take them to you know to the home so that they could actually lay eyes on it. They have no idea what it looks like. I don't want to expose than to that but for the most part I think the hardest thing for them if the understand that you're away from Mommy and daddy and it's actually for the best the time being Crescendo Cartwright speaking with the CBC yesterday about how her family was affected when Hurricane Dory and hit the Bahamas earlier this month.

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"hurricane doreen" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:16 min | 11 months ago

"hurricane doreen" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"As Hurricane Doreen roared across the Bahamas earlier this month. Crescendo Cartwright and her family sheltered at her mother-in-law's house inland inland. She says the hurricane stay over them for two days. Miss Cartwright lost half a dozen of her close friends and now she's rebuilding her life. After the hurricane destroyed her home home on Grand Bahama last week Miss Cartwright brought her children to Nova Scotia where she used to live to stay with relatives now she's back on Grand Bahama and yesterday that she talked to the CBC's Sherry Board and Kali about how she's doing. I still have friends who they're missing so they have not been declared deceased at this time not not not out of the time they're still missing. I'm so sorry how were you coaching right and I actually have a memorial for one of my friend. Her and her husband perished to be honest with you. I'm not sure how I'm coping just waking up every day. You know I just thank God for the breadth that I have in my body you know for life and for him spearing my family family and friends that he has spared and I'm just focusing on restoring the island. It's hard it's difficult. It's a scary situation could be because of course I was left toleman. Honestly I don't even really have the time to sit and think about that because I actually work for the Power Company and we are key and you know restoring the island back to I guess whatever's left of it so I'm so busy managing other people and making sure that they are safe. I don't really have the time to reflect on what has happened to myself and my family so how much damage was actually done to your home inside. was you got it. There was no wall. The frame was up. You know you had the wood-frame but there was no wall of the furniture was ripped away on the salt water eight at a lot of the furniture so I don't even know what have to the furniture is when we walk when we walked in. I'm looking at a completely different home. I it was just talk. They couldn't say anything. I just was walking through the home. I was videotaping. I was crying just trying to make sense of all because you know you're you're Spain. Mind cannot fathom the fact that you have a washer dryer set in bay. You're on the outside of your home. How do you how did you explain this. What what happened to your children. I actually didn't explain the full extent of it. I let them know that we lost our home. You know there were certain certain items that he and Patty bears valuable to them. I know that we don't have them anymore. But Mommy and daddy are going to work hard so that we can get them for you but I did not let them see the home. We did not take them to you know to the home so that they could actually lay eyes on it. They have no idea what it looks like. I don't want to expose than to that but for the most part I think the hardest thing for them if the understand that you're away from Mommy and daddy and it's actually for the best the time being Crescendo Cartwright speaking with the CBC yesterday about how her family was affected when Hurricane Dory and hit the Bahamas earlier this month.

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US asylum rule denounced as inhumane.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

05:52 min | 11 months ago

US asylum rule denounced as inhumane.

"Coming up on the nears supreme in court action on asylum rule denounced as inhumane trump administration plans to ban flavored e cigarettes and while way chief offers to share five Gino. How for a fee it's Thursday September twelve. I'm Anthony Davis the US Supreme Court has allowed the government to severely limit the ability of migrants to claim asylum in the US the policy bars people arriving at the US southern border from seeking protection if if they fail to do so in a country they passed through on route legal challenges continue but the ruling means for now it can be enforced nationwide. The plan will affect tens of thousands of Central American migrants travel north often on foot through Mexico coming migration levels has been a key goal all of Donald Trump's presidency and forms a major part of his bid to re election in twenty twenty. He hailed the Supreme Court's decision as a major victory the change includes but is not limited to those from Central American countries who have made up the vast majority of those seeking asylum so far this year some some eight hundred eleven thousand people were detained on the southwestern border up until the end of August this year and of these nearly five hundred ninety thousand will from El Salvador Guatemala and Honduras the majority arrived with at least one other family member many of those arriving are fleeing violence aw poverty on arrival they must pass a credible fear interview to seek asylum in the US which most do the rule will also affect smaller numbers of African can Asian and South American migrants who arrive at the US southern border and seek asylum many off to taking extremely dangerous journeys on the nine Judge Supreme Court liberal leaning Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayor dissented from the ruling the trump administration will not be granting temporary impre- protected status to the people of the Bahamas fleeing the decimation of their islands by Hurricane Doreen in the White House announced. It is preparing to ban flavored e cigarettes as federal health officials call for restrictions to combat an outbreak outbreak of a mysterious lung disease that has sickened hundreds and killed at least six people the Food and Drug Administration is currently finalising its guidance to remove all non tobacco flavors of e cigarettes including mint and Menthol from the markets within thirty days companies might be able to reintroduce their flavors is at a later date so long as they submit a formal application and receive approval from the FDA vaping companies such as jewel have been criticized for hooking engine on e cigarettes with flavors such as mango and cream. The surgeon underaged vaping which U. S. health officials have labeled an epidemic is one of the reasons reasons why they plan to ban them. The San Francisco based company makes a sleek device. It's cartridges pack a powerful punch with one pot delivering bring as much nicotine as an entire pack of cigarettes yesterday's announcement comes as members of Congress increasingly pressured the administration to rain in the a cigarette industry as chief executive has proposed selling its current five five Gino how to a Western firm as a way to address security concerns voiced by the US and others about its business the CEO said the Bil- would be free to change the software code that would allow any flaws or supposed back doors to be addressed without always involvement the US and and Australia have banned their networks from using while ways equipment the UK is still weighing a decision while way has repeatedly denied claims is that it would help the Chinese government spy on or disrupt other countries telecom systems and said it is a private enterprise owned by its workers one expert who had previously cast doubts on ways claims to independence said the idea of it helping another country's business to compete represented an extraordinary ordinary offer it would include ongoing access to the firm's existing five G. Payton's licenses code technical blueprints and production engineering knowledge which beyond the licence-fee while way would benefits because it might convince Washington to drop restrictions that currently prevented buying US linked technologies for for its own use one consequence of this is that while way faces having to launch an Android smartphone later this month that will not offer Google apps such does youtube all the Google play store a deal would also help ensure. Wa Wa gets its five. G. Technologies widely adopted You can subscribe to the news with your favorite podcast APP or ask Your Smart Speaker to play the news with Anthony. Anthony Davis podcast leave us a review. ITN's and follow us on twitter at the news underscore podcast for daily updates. The news is an independent production covering politics inequality health and climate delivering honest verified and truthful World News daily.

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"hurricane doreen" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane doreen" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"To Monday morning. News usually kick it off with slavery but today man on on the side of the road. I got balls to so he was his pants. Were sagging just low enough so that justice to balls hanging out uh-huh pretty beans above the fray. We'll you see they're actually -sition so they were from the back. They were sagging from view the yeah so I was walking up and I was like Oh my God airing out the balls an intentional. He was passed out he wishes I find it hard to believe that that could be a mistake. You don't notice yeah. It was a game that you lost Orion. Rules balls are weird but they can be like stress relieving right or just a general not like the phone on one totally. They're all based on balls. The concept of probably not stress relieving for the person who's balls squeezing. Oh yeah you gotta be gentle. Yeah man anyone for higher. Just let me know all right after that interesting introduction time for hot notes hot notes all right so all last week and throughout the weekend we had to tolerate the president continually insisting he was right about Alabama. Even Hurricane Doreen was pounding the Carolinas and this weekend the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration publicly backed trump in an unsigned statement from may spokesperson with no name on it but according to the Washington Post the top Noaa official official warned its staff against contradicting the president nearly a week ago in an agency wide directive since September first to the National Weather Service personnel hours after trump asserted Alabama would be hit incorrectly staff was told to only stick with official National Hurricane Center forecast. If questions arise from a national legal and social media posts they they were told not to provide any opinion and an Noaa meteorologist who spoke to the Washington Post on the condition of anonymity said he understood the email to be referring to trump and <hes> came after the National Weather Service in Birmingham after they after they tweeted out a tweet contradicting the president's Alabama statement saying Alabama would not see any impact from the hurricane and this reminds me of that updated Hatch Act thing. They sent out to federal employees when I was you know when I work for the federal government. We got a hatchback thing saying hey the hatch act still hatch act but also you can't tweet these things and you can't say bad things about trump right because if trump and so now. I feel like he's got somebody at the Noaa Way to make a statement or are they just created. It and there's not actually a spokesperson. It's not signed by any person but the NOAA sent another email warning scientists not to speak out after trump showed the map that he modified with a sharp and as we know late Friday the NOAA released a statement attributed to an unnamed spokesperson as I said supporting trump's claims and chastising the Birmingham meteorologist just for speaking in absolutes and after the noaa put out that statement from a anonymous you know not unnamed spokesperson. The backlash was huge <hes> <hes> on both sides of the aisle. I guess now it's being politicized. Forget there's different kinds of come out against the a statement saying this is unbelievable. We put out a statement on twitter saying we support National Weather Service in Birmingham. I can't believe I have to say this yeah and you know the the parent company called their parent company which is the Noaa addict NATO dignity which is a weather bag of dicks. I love that. How do you politicise meteorologists. We're all under the same Sun Katie's Fang. I think it was. She's like pretty soon. Hurricane names are going to start having to put an art or or D next to the Democrats probably Republican publican hurricanes yeah that'll be great but also yeah with what was I going to say about trump something about the weather God. Damn what are we. GonNa shoot missiles at Hugh Yeah. Yeah it was right before I got out with a Democrat or Republican hurricane and that's hilarious. Sorry No. It's okay. Oh you know what I was going to say..

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"hurricane doreen" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane doreen" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"General of Tennessee and North Carolina however so he talks have stalled over how to distribute the money John Jeffries NBC news radio over seventy thousand people are homeless in the Bahamas after hurricane Dorian you in saying thousands of homes were destroyed in the Bahamas northern islands and that survivors are evacuating slowly Dorian slammed the Bahamas as a category five hurricane last weekend the national security minister saying that authorities are trying to reach thousands were stranded cruiser carefully making their way through piles of debris because of the likelihood of uncovering bodies you're listening to the latest from NBC news radio I'm Andrea Thomas checking in with our partners in the CVS for one weather center the moisture that moved into the area bringing us a chance for rain do most of the next week as well. as some cooler temperatures for today we'll see those temperatures cooled to the lower seventies then tomorrow mostly cloudy a forty percent chance for rain and eyes in the upper eighties your complete forecast is available at CVS for local dot com. what's left of hurricane Doreen is now in eastern Canada as it tracks back out into the Atlantic coast tropical cyclone Dorian has seventy five mile an hour winds as it heads north toward sparsely populated north western new Finland and four eastern Labrador the storm caused damage in parts of Nova Scotia where it's for the roofs off buildings uprooted trees and left the province with widespread power outages Saturday a new movie about a Batman villain is the big winner at the Venice Film Festival one small thing when you bring me down can you introduce me as joker the joker won the top golden lion prize in Venice the world's oldest Film Festival movie starring Joaquin Phoenix is a pretty cool about the famous comic book villain it's already generating Oscar buzz the joker hits theaters October fourth three couples in Virginia are suing the state after being required to identify their race on their marriage licenses the movie Joe has more the suit filed Thursday slams the statute as offensive unconstitutional and reflective of races past the paperwork also states the labeling is scientifically baseless all three couples were denied licenses after refusing to disclose their race Virginia is one of eight states that require couples to identify before they get married the new jail NBC news radio and suicide is become more common in America John Jeffries has those details a study conducted at the Ohio State University find suicide rates jump forty one percent from nineteen ninety nine to twenty sixteen with rates highest among.

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"hurricane doreen" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane doreen" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The public service star newscast for thursday september fifth twenty nineteen. I'm mike clifford. Hurricane doreen continues a slow crawl up the east coast also on our national rundown elders arrested at allies protests and look at racial bias in death penalty cases. I top story from c._n._n. As of this report door was a category three turning up the atlantic coast they add in the bahamas at least twenty people were killed. When dorian devastated the island's in charleston the storm surge there could be higher than ten feet and four senior citizens were arrested wednesday that for blocking the entrance to the philadelphia headquarters of immigration asian and customs enforcement dressed as the statue of liberty the four members of elder witness say they are outraged by the trump administration's detention of immigrant children grin and separation of families rabbi. Arthur wasco was among those arrested. We're horrified and as elders we think that responsibility to appeal all the values that we grew up with as americans and as human beings in june two thousand eighteen a federal judge ordered the administration to end family separations but the a._c._l._u. has documented more than nine hundred such separation since then. I'm andrea sears. Reporting the group is planning future demonstrations the locations around philadelphia and coming months in the coming weeks six north carolina's carlisle death row will find out if they get new oh hearings every sentenced to life without berl the defendants including five men and one woman claim that racial bias played a role in their sentencing back in two thousand nine state legislators passed the racial justice act a law allowing people on death row to petition to be resentenced to life without parole if they could prove that racial bias was a factor in court's decision to pursue capital punishment in two thousand thirteen. The law was repealed. The state supreme court heard the defendants cases last last week and david weiss an attorney for one of them says the high court next will decide their fate. One of the main issues before the court now is whether people people who have filed claims under the racial justice act can proceed with those claims lies says it will be several months before the justices render a decision among other evidence serve discrimination wise team attorneys found systemically unfair practices of jury selection among prosecutors refund rampant discrimination in a way the capital juries are selected black bit as in for a qualified to serve on capitol juries are removed by prosecutors from those juries at incredibly disproportionate race right when you compare them to white jurors out of the six defendants three were given death penalty sentences by all white juries for public new service. I'm nadia ramlogan. This is p. s. public health groups are applauding a first in the nation.

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Bahamas health minister says death toll in the islands has risen to 30 from Dorian, more fatalities expected

Anderson Cooper 360

01:48 min | 1 year ago

Bahamas health minister says death toll in the islands has risen to 30 from Dorian, more fatalities expected

"Breaking news on hurricane doreen which is hitting the carolina coast right now and has done what the prime minister of the bahamas is calling generational devastation station to his country. I spoke with the prime minister just before the program and he says the death toll is now thirty that he expects it to rise further. You'll hear that conversation with the prime. I minister shortly as well as chef. Jose andres about the state of his food relief effort on top of that. There's the president who again again today. Kept returning to the falsehood. He tweeted on sunday sunday about alabama being in the storm track one political reporter last night while the behavior quote pathological that was before developments all day. Today we begin with the real story about the real storm what it's doing to people real people who don't live in the white house for that want to start off with c._n._n. Meteorologist jennifer gray start about the storm where it is now. What's the latest it's about thirty miles south of cape fear and it's continuing to move to the northeast still a hundred miles per hour with one hundred twenty five mile per hour gusts. It is moving having a little bit faster and this eight o'clock advisory ten miles per hour. That's good news for the people along the north carolina coast but it's still going to be a rough night for you. We are going you get a lot of wind a lot of rain and that storm surge is going to be very real across <hes> this portion of north carolina so we're going to continue to see those impacts across the estate innocent as we go through the overnight tonight into tomorrow morning at this point is expected to make landfall somewhere. That's the million dollar question. We don't know now at this point. I would say it's probably doubtful. It is going to skirt the coast off to the north and east and that's really what we're going to see over the overnight hours. We're going to see a lot of wind. We're going to see rain. We're going to get storm surge of four to seven feet so even though we're not winning necessarily get a landfall per se we might but if we don't even

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Hurricane Dorian's wrath is linked to climate change

Climate Cast

04:39 min | 1 year ago

Hurricane Dorian's wrath is linked to climate change

"Am shocked just like everybody else. At hurricane doreen unfathomable unfathomable destruction in the bahamas but many of us in the meteorological and climate community knew it was only a matter of time until we'd see a hurricane do what dorian in just did and there's a lot of confusion out there about how a warmer planet impacts hurricanes so what precisely does the science tell us about hurricanes pains and climate change. Jim colson is a hurricane expert and climate expert with noah. He joins me from the cooperative institute for meteorological satellite studies at at the university of wisconsin madison. I jim thanks for talking today. Yes hello. Thanks for having me on jim. I talked to a lot of people. I hear confusion about this so let's just break breakdown some hurricane impacts and connect the dots on what the science says about climate change. I we know the number of hurricanes is not necessarily increasing being but does the data support more intense hurricanes. We do have a fair amount of confidence that these storms get stronger as the planet warms and what's key here here is that the average intensity goes up a bit but where we really see the big signal is up at the strongest storms. Let's talk about those strongest storms for a minute. I think it's something like thirteen category five storms in the atlantic basin since the year two thousand are category fives increasing. What are the trends. Is there yeah <hes> that that's pretty much where we're finding it. How about slower hurricanes. How good is the data on weaker steering currents and slower hurricanes. If we look back over the continental united states which is where our our hurricane data is is best. We have the most confidence in it and we look all the way back to the year nineteen hundred present so about one hundred and twenty years we see a clear slow down of about seventeen percent and that's a long enough period to say that this does not appear to be natural variability and let's talk about why that's important you say in on average a seventeen percent reduction in the forward speed of hurricanes means you use the term in one of your papers called impact region track residents times. That's a little geeky but tell us what a very stalled. Hurricane does is to win. Surge in rainfall impacts the way i like to think about it is if you put a shower head on the end of a hose and you turn the turn the knob to get the water on the more you open the knob the more rain right. You're getting that kind of increased would be because the air is warmer. It's holding more water vapor now. Now walk with that shower shower head in your hand and how quickly walk we'll we'll tell you how much of that water lands on the ground in any particular place and that's what we really care about this. That's where people live so. If you stand still with that shower head you're gonna get an awful lot of rain now. Before dory happened i would say that's the number one problem problem with a stall hurricane but dorian was also incredibly strong. The amount of damage that's done is a function not just of wind speed but it's also a function of duration duration of the event. How long that wind is blowing against the structure or the ocean so what we saw endure and was not just an enormous amount of freshwater flooding but also an enormous amount of salt water storm surge flooding and an enormous amount of wind damage ultimately <hes> did you couldn't ask for a worse situation nations that obviously jim the critical damage element of hurricanes is weather. They make landfall or not. Is there any insight to storm tracks and hurricane landfalls or is it just still luck of the draw from year to year. It's mostly luck of the draw. The reason for that is that the tracks are slaves to the atmospheric circulation relation patterns or the date day to day wins. Perhaps a better way to say that and we all know walk outside and the wind's changed quite a lot just throughout a single day so the amount of variation that we get with the winds is is really quite high in that creates a much more random aspect to where these storms go <hes> that being <unk> said there are some systematic changes in track that have been observed. They do tend in many places on the planet to be migrating poured which ends up up exposing a regions that are quite used to being exposed to these storms <hes>. There's a little bit of evidence that maybe storm tracks will shy a little a bit away from the u._s. Coast but these are noisy signals best. Jim colson with noah's cooperative institute for meteorological satellites analyze studies at the university of wisconsin madison. Thanks so much for your perspective on climate cast today.

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Hurricane relief efforts begin for decimated Abaco Islands

The Lead with Jake Tapper

06:11 min | 1 year ago

Hurricane relief efforts begin for decimated Abaco Islands

"In our boats tossed like confetti. The images belie the obvious question. How could anyone anyone survive this pulse and your the growth we arrive by helicopter in mana war and avocado with billy aubrey embracing his wife shana sean after days of not knowing if she was dead or alive shawna hunkered down with friends in their seaside home until the roof we off and they all scramble to find find anything so nancy. This is what kept you guys alive. This little this little rock this came in hover dow in shauna was on the ground and we were just trying to what did it sound like in here. At the time it was up. There was a lot of crashing eh crashing and whirling stuff coming on this wall. So many in the apple islands lived through hours that resembled unmoved a horror movie exposed to wins that top two hundred fifteen miles an hour like tornadoes touching down every minute describe describe. It wish nobody words can describe it. They could never eric cantor is categorized. Never my grandfather was like a bomb went off residents here. Tell me their little island in paradise is unrecognizable even to them. They're resourceful and self reliant they say but they could have never imagined a storm as powerful as doreen and there's no better way to describe to you. The force of hurricane doreen to be right here where people rode out the storm in their living rooms and their dining rooms. I mean look in this. The roof blew off the house here. The entire kitchen king down there refrigerator ended up here on the ground there living room and dining furniture is strewn all over people described these things being tossed around the island like projectiles they all coward hovered in their bathrooms and closets anything they could find to take shelter. There are now the beginnings of recovery but only the basics medical attention private helicopters to take out those who are sick the elderly young families. I'm sure it'll never be the same again i i but i mean the people are strong and we're going to try to do our best through a bill the best way we can but we know <hes> it'll never be the same. This was a storm of biblical proportions abba conan's tell me and yes they worry it will take a miracle to recover from it. Jake think about everything that we just heard everything we saw so you can repeat that thousands of times over spoke to a man from another island in arbuckle told me that there was a storm surge he had gone under his son reached out to hold them up. He really wanted to let go. He couldn't take anymore but he said no. I'm not gonna let my son see me die this way and he got himself out of there so jake so tough paula you were not supposed to spend the night on the avocado islands so what happened so so we're at the staging area here in nassau and their flights everywhere they just couldn't get us back with the way the air conditions the airline traffic the helicopter traffic. Obviously there was a problem. It's so difficult. Jake on the island was on. I mean they cleared the baseball field so that we could bland so that we could get ourselves billion and get to that kind of reunion and get some supplies as in so we had to stay there. These people men were they'd been through so much and yet they didn't blink an eye. We said we'll sleep on the beach will sleep on the grass. We don't care no. They took choson and a special. Thank you to marcia and angel cruz. I know they have relatives in florida. Thank you so much and what we saw. There is what people are grappling playing with right now of course jake. They're thankful thankful for being alive <hes> but when you see the way they are living i mean they took all the food out of the refrigerator. The cruises cooked it. That's all they really have. They have some more provisions in the grocery store but they're wondering what comes next their kids are supposed to start school and it's things like that that this island's beginning to grapple with and jake. There's more more on this island. Things were fairly under control. People are starting to worry about things like disease. They hear the death reports say that will inevitably go up and they are starting to worry about encore un recovered bodies things that call so much to worry them at this place and as they told us on the island they worry that they won't be able to return at least not not in a fashion that they were there now living there fulltime all newton in nassau the bahamas. Thank you so much for that powerful report we appreciate it.

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President Trump stands by inaccurate claim about states threatened by Dorian

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:24 min | 1 year ago

President Trump stands by inaccurate claim about states threatened by Dorian

"Today the president of the united states did what he called a hurricane update the official white house twitter account <hes> posted a video of what the president did tonight and captioned it as president trump gives an update on hurricane dorian accept what the president held up for display to the country in his update on hurricane dorian was a map that appears to have started out as a real map made by the national national hurricane center made by the national weather service and you can see it started off as a real map. You see up in the left hand corner. No that's the national oceanic and atmospheric administration. That's the overall agency and you see the headline at the top hurricane dorian forecast track and intensity. That's the kind of headline you see documents like this from the national weather service then you get the information in the caption there again in this document that the president held up national weather service national hurricane center so the president with this thing on poster board in the oval office. He appears to be presenting real u._s. Government information to the public in this self-proclaimed update on hurricane dorian from president trump in the oval office except what the president is holding up is false information right. It's an altered altered. Hurricane math the little semi circle in black sharpie. That's on the map there that was added to the map that was not put there by the the national weather service. That's not something the national hurricane center did actually according to bloomberg news today that little bit was added to the map by president president trump personally by the president himself bloomberg news today citing sources saying that the president is the one who drew on this map and changed it and then displayed displayed it to the american people as if this was hurricane doreen track. That's how bloomberg house it according to c._n._n. Tonight it was some other official besides the president didn't who drew on the map before the president held it up. I mean in either case. This is not the work of the national weather service. This is not the work of the the national hurricane center right showing the track like heading up through florida and then over alabama. That's not with the national weather. Service <music> says now or ever said the hurricane was going to do and while the

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"hurricane doreen" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane doreen" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"The show we did nine minutes turn on m._s._n._b._c. today. As the bahamas announced that the death toll from hurricane doreen has climbed named in the bahamas from five as of this weekend to seven as of last night to twenty as of tonight with the increasingly only clear views we are getting of the overwhelming devastation and certain islands in the bahamas making it all but a certainty that that death toll will climb even higher than on the twenty kilt that was described tonight by the bahamian prime minister tonight with that same storm now gaining strength again as it zeroes in on the southeastern united states with with both hurricane warnings and storm surge warnings in parts of florida and georgia and the carolinas and virginia jinya tonight today the u._s. government in the midst of that stumbled into a situation that we've never seen before honestly. We've never seen anything even remotely like this before. I mean this is usually the time in the show where i would try to come up with some sort of like clever story to lead up to this like maybe a little historical oracle anecdote to put it in perspective to help us all understand what happened. What what it means today that this strange thing happened right. I tried to show what are the other times that a u._s. President has done something a little bit like this. That's usually what i would do at this point in the show. I cannot do that tonight because the u._s. President has never before done a thing even remotely like what president trump did tonight.

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Hurricane Dorian wreaked unprecedented mass destruction on Bahamas: UN relief chief

UN News

06:20 min | 1 year ago

Hurricane Dorian wreaked unprecedented mass destruction on Bahamas: UN relief chief

"This is matt wells u._n. News in the wake of hurricane doreen you and emergency relief coordinator mark lowcock flew to the bahamas on wednesday to meet with the prime minister and other members the government and discussed the next steps in the relief effort access to the worst affected islands of grand bahama and avocado remains extremely limited and the death toll is expected you to rise speaking in an exclusive interview with you and uses conor lennon. Mr lowcock described the scene as one of mass destruction huge numbers of homes destroyed breath huge areas of settlements towns and villages inundated with water debris everywhere call submerged with water save scenes of devastation on <hes> essentially the whole bulk of the population of those two islands apcoa <hes> <hes> set of violence and the population of fifteen twenty thousand people and then grand bahama with population probably the over fifty thousand people now you've made with the prime minister of the the bahamas the mood they must be pretty somber. Yes the <hes> hamas has never seen and events on such a catastrophic doc. Scale is this and <hes> it wasn't just the the hurricane was a huge hurricane much bigger than had been predicted but it hung in <hes> vicious way really for more than twenty four hours over deceptive islands batching them research after surge of seawater altering i wins and so on and so the <hes> government who <hes> used to dealing with that disasters aw aw naturally struck by the scale of the challenge they face. They have mobilized their system in an effective way they all the u._n. To come and help to prepare late last week which we did. We have people on the ground from friday. More than twenty percents of the population of the country probably has been affected in a very acute severe way by this disaster and really a huge event the like of which never been seen before in the bahamas. I mean if you in now the place is what it would be for twenty percent of the population of a country to have their lives lives turned upside down in their homes devastated in a single event over the the period of a couple of days the u._k. Twenty percent people if it were to happen in the u._k. Would be twelve million people just imagine something of that order. When you get a sense of wall the scale of the challenge facing the bahamas is now of course. It's a country with much more to population proportionate portion to its size. This is really unprecedented and catastrophic for the bahamas. Any government would be you know struck by the scale of the challenge and what we in the u._n. Wants to do is just provide the best health before we can as they meet the needs of their people and that's the commitment i made to the prime minister and his senior colleagues in the cabinet axis. This is still very difficult. Isn't it in the affected areas. How don't you think it will be before you can actually get teams on the ground. Access is very difficult. Most of the airports clashed population centers and not usable currently there. There are these these one apple in the south of the avocado islands which probably is operable apart. It's a long way from the main population centers and the roads between the formulation centers basically cut off. Some of the docs are also not useable so the main main means of access at the moment practically speaking is by helicopter and <hes> helicopters have been collecting the people in most severe need for example live <hes> medical evacuation and taking them to hospitals given that some of those in <hes> avocado and grand bahama. I'm not able to function of the moment how along will be before airports not running again and this this a facilities in us in to say at this stage where we are hoping and to have more assessment teams on the ground imminently. Do you have an idea on the list of what the next steps will be. Probably about. Seventy thousand people who are in need of surgent assistance in the prime minister told me that his priorities with food water shelter accommodation he's also rightly of course folks so maintaining public order and security security and there's also needs for health and medical services. We <hes> have had some casualty figures. Are you expecting these. She goes to rise tragically. It is very likely that the confirmed death toll is going to rise the prime minister told me that so far the official figures <hes> going to eight people having lost allies but i think it's it is likely that the final number will turn out to be. I'm afraid substantially very substantially potentially larger than that of course remediate focuses to try to avoid further loss of life and that's why there's this urgent priority on food food water accommodation health services for people so that there is for the loss of life beyond lab. That's already taken place even impossible to assess all of it. The bahamas is a prosperous country. What would you say to those who are wondering why the united nations needs to be involved in the relief effort huge event event twenty percent of the population affected. The government is taking the lead in organizing nursing homes. I'm paying the response <hes> any government for an event to solve just scale would naturally look for international assistance and the u._n. Has a very important role to play in that so what i would say is there's a human solidarity human even empathy and suffering. We all understand which would justify just the u._n. But overtones as well contributing to meet people's needs at this time of extreme <hes> tragedy is that we haven't covered that you think it's important for people to understand about the situation. I think you've got that rush. They're really thank you as we've covered the main things i wanted to cover okay. Maybe <hes> you know it's not really <hes> in the press briefing about what this this means <hes>. Let me just ask you a question about that so i understand around twenty percents of the population is affected and gives an idea of what this means for the bahamas.

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"hurricane doreen" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane doreen" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"On KYW sponsored by sharing the bank here's Martin to Carol from Bloomberg stocks advanced as a broad easing of risks across the globe gave investors a reprieve day trading the Dow is up to hundred eight points or seven tenths percent to twenty six thousand three hundred twenty four the nasdaq is up one percent or eighty three points in the S. and P. five hundred up nearly one percent or twenty six points the US trade deficit declined in July that includes a gap with China that's been the focus of president trump's tariffs the commerce department reports the gap between the goods and services the US buys and what it sells abroad fell two point seven percent the financial toll of hurricane Doreen which is reached severe damage in parts of the Caribbean and the Bahamas is starting to hit some companies that includes jet blue which is cutting its forecast for revenue per seat mile JetBlue's operations in the Caribbean were already affected by the political crisis importer Rico you too will pay a fine of a hundred seventy million dollars to settle claims it violated children's privacy laws with money news from Bloomberg on K. Y. W. I. Martin to kero it's eleven fifty six the trump administration is moving ahead with plans to shift money designated for military construction projects here and abroad you instead put up more of that border barrier defense secretary my. our guest for has begun by notifying congressional leaders and other members of Congress who states will be impacted by the redirection of some three point six billion dollars in military construction funds the money will be used to build one hundred seventy five miles of border wall Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer calls reprogramming this money a slap in the face to members of the military house speaker Nancy Pelosi released a statement that reads canceling military construction projects at home and abroad will undermine our national security and the quality of life and morale of our troops making America less secure Lindy Kenya and Washington and attack at the king of Prussia mall ends in a police chase and crash in west Philly details coming up on K. Y. W. it's eleven fifty.

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"hurricane doreen" Discussed on the NewsWorthy

the NewsWorthy

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane doreen" Discussed on the NewsWorthy

"Welcome to the newsworthy all the day's news in less than ten minutes fast. They're fun and on the go. I'm erica mandy. Thanks so much for being here. You're ready. Let's do this. Hurricane doreen is on the move heading up the florida coast today into georgia and south carolina as early this morning. The weather channel says it's now a category two storm meaning wind speeds can reach one hundred ten miles per hour and while it's gotten weaker. It's also gotten larger at this point. Forecasters don't think dorian will make landfall on the u._s. Mainland instead they think it will hug the coastline as it moves up the atlantic and it can still mean damaging winds and flooding plus. It's still still dangerously. Close to land and one small change could send it inland especially in north carolina tomorrow so with that in mind two million people across the southeast have been told all to evacuate and walt disneyworld closed all of its parks yesterday in florida something only done three times since nineteen seventy one in fact disney also announced a one million in dollar donation to help with relief efforts in the bahamas because remember the hurricane has already caused devastation there and killed at least seven people and sadly rescue workers. I think they'll find more victims on the islands. Remember dorian made landfall in the bahamas over the weekend as a category five storm. This is the most powerful hurricane on record hit. The bahamas and officials say it looks like a bomb went off. Rescuers are still trying to save people with whatever's available. The says they've even used a bulldozer to bring some people to safety safety and in some cases. The.

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"hurricane doreen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane doreen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Number Florida counties are now calling off their mandatory evacuations this evening scaling back emergency operations and sending people home but the shelters will remain open for those who need them hurricane Doreen has been downgraded to a category two storm it continues to hug the Florida coast it is a weather story we will be following all week is it what makes its way up through Georgia and the Carolinas into Virginia earlier today theme officials briefing reporters on the path of the storm and emergency operations under way through this week. yeah Hey guys thanks to do in the call in and protect my question this I guess is a version on the fatigue issue but among residents one concern I'm hearing is that because the storm's projected course keeps changing and the people will be less likely to follow warnings or mandatory evacuation notices from local officials are you hearing that are you hearing that there's a sort of a compliance issue arising from this or the this of that analysts tweaking of the storm projections. thank up more this is Carlos fifty from team haven't heard about any compliance issues you know eve accusations and monitoring storm is something that that is frustrating and sometimes nerve wracking for people back maybe in that that cone of air that was for instance Florida for a long time and now including Georgia and the Carolinas so long time to be on edge but we want to encourage people to stay vigilant if they're in that cone of uncertainty or as I said earlier if if even at the height does in past right over where they are they will get some weather so they need to monitor what the local conditions are this gives time as did the did I guess the one positive thing about preparing for hurricane is that you have time to prepare as mentioned by admiral fears you know they use that yeah and we use that as well to prepare our folks can get more more resources in place I think gonna gives people time usually when you have to evacuate it's not something where you have minutes usually it's you're told far enough ahead of time by local emergency management she can can make that the the preparations you need you can get what you need including cash to have one handed ATMs art out of fuel for your vehicles things like that you can get and you have time to do it like when you're told you should be working towards that.

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Where will Trump go on gun control?

Reason Podcast

13:55 min | 1 year ago

Where will Trump go on gun control?

"And depressingly ali. It seems as often as not that by the time we reconvene. There's been another mass shooting this time. It was in texas where a thirty six year old man stopped by cops after they're being fired from his job on saturday got shoot-outs at a traffic stop then fled opened fire on on basically whoever crosses path killing seven people injuring twenty two you before himself being gunned down by police meanwhile just to keep the mood as grim as possible gear on tuesday hurricane doreen as we speak his <hes> just parked over the bahamas right now wreaking devastation while florida prepares for the very worst hi everyone well cheer joined by my colleagues nicholas be peter's sermon and catherine megan ward good morning folks out. Hey matt so catherine. After the last mass shooting events in el paso texas texas the anti immigrant mass shooting the president's started or kind of kickstarted some bipartisan negotiations on a possible gun control deal over this weekend. We i heard from and elizabeth. Nolan brian has already written about mike pence. I think floating that part of that might involve some kind of expedited death penalty action the same time that clip that we just listen to the president reminded people that most of the kind of most talked about measures that are contemplated after these events wouldn't have retroactively. We've kind of done much of anything so what is your sense catherine as the guardian of the second amendment in american politics. What is your sense of where trump is and is is likely to go given that he unlike mitch mcconnell for example appears to be kind of driving these discussions negotiations. I have no sense of where donald trump is likely to go. I have no idea what is going to happen. <hes> so right. He's been alluding to this package. That's working its way through congress or something thing it may or may not contain anything having to do with background checks in may or may not contain other forms of gun control. It's super unclear to me and i'm paying attention so i can't imagine what the rest of the american public thinks is going on right now the the detail though <hes> which you alluded to and which leads noah brown covered this morning about the possibility that we would expedite <hes> executions of convicted mass murderer strikes me as the most wrong thing we could do here. Expediting executions is not a good idea. This is a very very small number of cases getting executed faster which will still not not mean getting executed quickly to be clear and thereby implying that we will somehow remove some of the layers of legal protections accorded awarded to the accused and convicted is not a good idea is not healthy it does not actually result in fewer mass shootings in any mechanism that i can envision dan and it almost certainly will abbreviate due process in ways that other people will suffer for not just mass shooters it also comes on the heels of recent is an execution in texas where an innocent man was put to death so you know the the death penalty it. I that's not gonna go anywhere but it it trump's reaching for that. I think for grounds the fact that we're talking about symbolic action here he in the past you know he did push for a bump stock banner or enacted one through executive action. He's he's not averse to gun control legislation that has seen any gun control legislation on the part of republicans as seen as tantamount to shredding the second amendment and they're against it but trump has shown some willingness to do stuff it turns out from early reports that the shooter here <hes> you know that he was turned down for based on a background check already he did did not pass the existing limits <hes> in texas for a background check so it's not clear what would have prevented him and i think that gets to you know the first question with mass shootings is what is the kind of symbolic action that is going to be put into place and trump now is signaling to his supporters that he is going to back away from any kind of gun control legislation because they want that in less it something completely ridiculous and useless like expediting executions a you know capital punishment <hes> which will have no effect on anything but by the same token the other question. I think the more substantive one is whether or not we actually are in the midst of an uptick doc of mass shootings and after dayton and el paso. I talked to james alan fox for the reason podcast. Who's the preeminent criminologists he's been studying the substance surly eighties and he points out two things. One is that based on current trends. There's no reason our current events. There's no reason to believe that we're in a massive uptick of mass shootings or of mass killings and it's important to get those distinctions right so that anything we may or may not have any effect on what happens because we're talking about something. You know a series of events that are not in fact growing. They're such rare events. It becomes very difficult to act with any kind of meaning and and and effectiveness on reducing the number of deaths in mass shootings because they are such events. Peter isn't that <hes> though at the same time kind of you know. That's the that's that's doctor. Spock not doctor spock but actually what's his name. Mr slot mr spock. Sorry gosh been a a long time dodgers back. I think once <hes> pediatricians to ask about whether doctor spock he's actually the big on gun control yeah actually doctor benjamin benjamin spock also against the vietnam war whereas mr spock frequently used a <hes> disarming vulcan neck pinch instead of a phaser and he always said his face are too stunned right not to kill. I don't know if it was always. I like and he did try to kill kirk in that one episode. He was driven mad praying. It was driven mad by urgent urgent that where you just <hes> channeling the washington post our file of justin amash there because i think we should note that there is a pretty good washington post profile justin amash they came out this morning and it includes a quote from him telling a woman who had lost friends in the two thousand seven virginia tech mass shooting. You don't need to be scared of this stuff statistically speaking it's not common also noting that justin amash is eyebrows or sort of pointy in that same graph yes and he was wearing when i saw him that same week we went out to dinner and he was wearing a t shirt that peter peter will certainly now and probably the other view as well but it's a reference to a famous episode. The second generation or someone leaves second generation. Whatever the next generation the beat generation poet turned assassin. No i had to go to great lengths to try to culture explain to me. What any of it meant that did i just was it was as useless as the liz. Oh conversation that we had just before was laughing assimilated matt. I had to do with like a someone who only speaks literary allusions peter's ringing off your your spock. Dr your your peter tangle begging you bagging you say is that ringing off your peter team goal ever again accent yeah. What were you going to say. We're going to say about my question. We always go to the well actually mass shootings or not all that common yet the the body counts are getting higher. There's no question but the body counts are getting higher. Given you know terrorism isn't all that wasn't all that common back when when left aides were the hijacking planes in the early nineteen seventies but we overreacted to terrorism in the wake of nine eleven matt to the enduring detriment of our civil liberties send our our basic freedoms culture so i think it is actually you know i hate actually has been kind of canceled as a word but it's it's important to to figure out what the social reality is because otherwise we're going to implement policies that are addressing kind of phantom fears or things that are not import so right and your point is taken counts are getting higher on the individual events us clearly over the last five years so peter. Let's go to a policy question. <hes> which is comma harrison worker out there saying we need mandatory buybacks. What is the logistical problem with that notion so let's let's let's start by actually just talking about the politics of this. They're saying it because <hes> mandatory buybacks poll increasingly well and if you look at the quinnipiac poll well <hes> recently i it it polled the question of mandatory gun buyback so that's when you have to sell your your weapon that meets some certain criteria maybe not all weapons is but weapons that meet some certain criteria perhaps the same criteria that defined assault weapons that kind of nonsense criteria that didn't actually matter in terms of gun power power and that sort of thing but if you would be required then to sell it back to the government and they would they would pay you for it. <hes> we've seen gun buy back programs before in other countries particularly in australia that was one that president obama like to cite and has gotten some attention from liberals who have argued that it was relatively successful. I think the australia model title the australia <hes> what happened in australia just isn't really applicable in the united states. It's not clear that it was a success on its own terms in terms of reducing shootings. Ah murders and suicides which is the argument that the is that it did the trajectory was already going down for murders and suicides and the the other thing about the australia program is that they started from much lower baseline in terms of gun ownership and they were still only able to buy back about a third of the weapons that they were trying trying to get and so if you think of the united states where there are several hundred million guns in circulation perhaps as many as four hundred million guns and you manage to buy back third of them so let's say it is successful as australia. You still have two hundred and fifty million or so <hes> guns in private hands in the united added states and so just in terms of you in that still leaves you with a country that just has a much higher prevalence of gun ownership a much higher a number of private of guns in private hands than any other country and so you think the problem if this is the argument that you wanna make from the left. It's not the libertarian argument to be declare but if if liberals want to argue that the problem is very high rates of gun ownership therefore we should do what australia did you're still going to be left with very high rates of gun john ownership and there's not really clear answer about how to get get to the other side of of the liberal argument here in <hes> without changing the second amendment and if that's what liberals wanna do then that's that's what they should be proposing and that's the conversation to use a another cancelled word. That's the conversation we should be having but it's not the the conversation we're having we're talking about red flag laws that would basically attempt to do pre crime. We're talking about using algorithms to try and sort of figure out you know who's who's going to be doing what in advance that would that would at best be probably ineffective and at worst quite likely would target people who have done nothing wrong. <hes> were talking about the background checks that in this case in the case of texas shooter he he failed a background check. The background checks stopped him from buying weapon as far as i could tell and so it's just very difficult to sort of work through the policy solutions regardless of your priors even if you believe that guns are the problem and to be clear. I'm not saying they are but even if you you start then what do you do and what is your answer is. <hes> that you often get in response as well we should you can't just do nothing and if you look at that new new york post editorial that <hes> called for the reinstatement of the assault weapons ban. They kind of have the sentence in there. That's like well. It's not clear that the assault weapons ban did anything it's really unclear whether it was effective and and in fact it is unclear whether it's effective. There's not great evidence that it was effective at stopping <hes> stop murders. It's it's really a problem i on the other hand. I think it's also a little bit of a problem for gun rights supporters and for libertarians because the more attention these things get the more often they happen and the more deadly they are the more public support is going to be built for doing something regardless of whether it works and regardless of whether there's good evidence that this is is going to be an effective tool for stopping mass shootings murders and suicides and that's why you see increasing support for programs like a mandatory gun buyback yeah just in my previously appointed role as defender of the second amendment. Just wanna be clear like mandatory. Buyback is a shitty euphemism. Its confiscation. That's that's what it is and i think you know in the same way that we broadly speaking oppose indiscriminate application of eminent domain. I would actually go so far as to oppose. It was all eminent domain. Even though there's a constitutional justification for it like the the phrase buyback in most people's minds sounds like this the thing that they've seen on their local news where the police department runs a little program and somebody brings in their grandpa's gun that they don't need any more and everyone gets twenty bucks fox and a pat on the head that is not what a federal mandatory buyback would look like it would look like the dark dark picture painted in austin brags very very funny video have a gun free america in five steps which is violence and <hes> and <hes> armed standoffs and <hes> <hes> many much many many many more gun deaths than we currently are expensive so catherine i want to <hes> just in the interests of responding to the arguments that get made here when i see discussion of gun buy backs and the

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"hurricane doreen" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane doreen" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"No station bring this to more severe weather and hurricane Doreen update Dennis station we were here before the storm with you now during the storm and we're gonna be with you after the storm and that of course is our top story hurricane Doreen is right now a strong category two storm don't want to fool you we have seen it become a category four hurricane but just because it's a two doesn't mean it's not strong it is still strong Dorian's packing sustained winds near a hundred ten miles per hour as it slowly moved north how slowly it's moving northwest around five miles per hour we were just talking about how Dorian has traveled thirty miles in thirty hours that's indeed one mile an hour now it's at five Orlando was going to see the height of the storm from midnight until around six in the morning we got a couple open mikes from you guys about that. when the worst of the worst is gonna be for Orange County so the worst for central Florida is gonna start tonight around eight PM that's when conditions will really deteriorate and they'll go till tomorrow morning around eight AM but depending on how far north you are in central Florida could go further than that in Orange County Orlando side of the storm is from midnight till six in the morning the store is gonna stay about seventy to eighty miles off the central Florida coast which keep hurricane force winds off our coast but tropical storm force winds could definitely hits parts of central Florida our reporter Katrina skills as in Cape Canaveral right now I Brevard county talking to people who say that they're surprised at how high the tides are already plus they're expecting the storm search here at sherry down park the water line is already twice its normal height. so far. because. and I just I. it has washed up so it's crazy I've never seen it that high here especially after the. the restoration of you know the beach is twice as wide as it was two years ago. even without working Dorian churning in the waters of the Atlantic tides were already at their highest because of the king tight when the earth and sun's gravitational pull our strongest now tropical storm force winds are expected to start in Brevard county later tonight and city firefighters are informing residents here of the mandatory evacuations in place for the barrier islands reporting from Cape Canaveral Katrina scales is ninety six point five W. DDO so the street from Brian shields he says that the track holds the center stays almost eighty miles east of the Cape and that keeps hurricane winds off shore over water that's huge but we need this to hold and stay like that let's check current condition. news ninety six point five W. D. B. over Orlando turns first for severe weather is is I witness news meteorologist Cassandra creamy still tracking hurricane Dorian that's expected to move off our coast how it impacts us here in central Florida coming up good afternoon it's gene Wexler Marion and lake and Polk County is a really seen most of the action and then western Orange.

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"hurricane doreen" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane doreen" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Years ago hurricane Doreen is expected to start moving west then north sometime today. thirty two now traffic and weather on the two sponsored by with donations by two windows get two free visit window nation dot com things look a lot better on the eastbound Vine Street expressway that earlier disable vehicle that was on the ramp to ninety five north is now gone south on ninety five it is still rather slow south of cop and all the way down to academy are sort of the Allegheny we've got slow driving there had not seen the lanes blocked is just a lot of volume rest of ninety five looks good down into Delaware we're not seeing any issues now on the Schuylkill expressway west university to South Street that's in slow traffic and then write the Boulevard out of the bridge of Belmont the movie traffic eastbound on this Google coming out of the car jacking Herman that straight away as you approach the glad when on ramp that we've got some volume four seventy six the blue route we don't have any problems reported all northeast extension however we do see a jam up north of Lansdale it's Tuesday now Monday it's Tuesdays that means they've got construction scheduled I think you every Tuesday and Wednesday were watching it for you but right now it is pretty slow maybe about a mile's worth northeast extension north on north of Lansdale for twenty two everything looks good we're not seeing any big problems in New Jersey fifty five north approaching forty two some slow traffic there we can see that the Millie's furniture jam cam the styles you love for less no other issues report on any of the other major New Jersey roads right now at all taking the bridges back across into PA everything working fine one quick note for you this was at four twenty right off of ninety five there was a crash there the fire department everything that is all gone mass transit we don't have any problems to report your next update in less than ten minutes and the K. Y. W. twenty four hour traffic center I'm Stevie Reese now the eyewitness weather five day forecast here CBS three meteorologist Katie failing her then it's a week that feature some ups and downs with lots of different pattern changes under.

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Deadly Hurricane Dorian parks itself over the Bahamas

Real Talk With Rashad Richey

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Deadly Hurricane Dorian parks itself over the Bahamas

"Millions of people along the east coast are bracing for a deadly hurricane Dorian many people in Florida Georgia and South Carolina are under evacuation orders and advisories this man says he's not taking any chances I'm more scared about this and I've never been one in Florida before and it is a deadly storm at least five people confirmed dead in the Bahamas we're rescue efforts are still underway exact damage reports in that area been hard to determine as the storm continues to batter the area officials say they receive more than two thousand distress messages including a report of a five month old stranded on a roof Dorian is on a seriously a slow approach to the southeast a category three storm it's been parked over the Bahamas since Sunday and is still only moving at one mile per hour hurricane Doreen is packing sustained winds of one hundred and twenty miles an

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"hurricane doreen" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane doreen" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Washington post trump also said he will issue pardons of his aides have to break loss to get the project mcdon- g._m. And other automakers are debating whether to join the deal to keep clean car standards by an agreement between the state of california and v._w. Ford b._m._w. And honda the deal would hew closely to current obama era targets and woodblock a rollback being proposed by the trump administration. Jim doyle oil is president of business forward a trade group representing six thousand michigan companies. He says the robot would create uncertainty and ultimately cost auto industry jobs jobs in michigan. It's a bad idea executed poorly for trumpets p._r. Stunt for the industry. It's years of litigation. It's gonna have a bad impact on g._m. And ford and chrysler for an auto workers in michigan are gonna pay the price. The current federal standard calls for an average fuel economy at fifty four miles per gallon by twenty twenty four but trump wants to freeze them met twenty twenty one levels and undermine states' ability to require standards higher than those set by the e._p._a. I'm suzanne potter. This is p. n._s. Hurricane doreen is churning in the western atlantic and as an increasing danger to the southeastern u._s. Especially florida over labor day weekend the storm is expected wanted to grow closer to a category three as a category one during caused flooding in power outages across caribbean islands now to north carolina where a major highway highway project in raleigh. We'll have to incorporate environmental protections as part of a legal settlement. Daniel parkhurst is policy manager at clean air carolina one of the plaintiffs tests in case. He says the plan for a six lane highway and tolls will increase traffic emissions and urban sprawl. It is just frustrating environmental organization organization to see the old motor thought of more people means. We need new roads. The transportation department will have to take steps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from construction equipment protect the water quality of the streams and rivers in the project area and work to restore wildlife habitat nadia.

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"hurricane doreen" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane doreen" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Dorian's I expected to pass within thirty to fifty miles of the east coast of Florida tomorrow at some point on the coast you're gonna get forty seven foot storm surge possible hurricane force winds for us in Lynn plenty of rain plenty of tropical storm force winds we're gonna do this together I'm Scott in as our coverage of hurricane Doreen continues here on news ninety six point five W. D. B. O.. W. D. B. O. H. T. one twenty four hour news weather and traffic is news ninety six point five by new south window solution the **** media group station. this is news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. Orlando turns first for breaking news. four hours a day. it starts now happy Labor Day three o'clock news ninety six point five W. D. V. O. of course it's a Labor Day unlike any others we continue to watch hurricane Dorian anticipates arrival here in Florida in the mean time dealing with some showers of our own take a look at the interactive radar coming up first our top story hurricane Doreen is gradually weakening but still remains an extremely dangerous category for stock at the hurricane warning along the Florida coast in turning into a hurricane watch even extending into the Georgia so conditions will continue to deteriorate with time can Graham of the national hurricane center says Doreen's maximum sustained winds are a hundred and fifty miles an hour continues to batter the Bahamas the I. in the store about a hundred and five miles east of west Palm Beach and is moving west northwest at about one mile an hour forecasters expect Dorian to move dangerously close to Florida's east coast late tonight or Wednesday. ninety six point five W. D. B. over Orlando turns first for severe weather this is Eyewitness News meteorologist Cassandra creamy keeping you updated on the tropics we continue to watch hurricane Dorian who was very slowly moving through the Bahamas and I'm Kevin Rafe use heavy rain all over western Orange County is we take a look at the interactive radar got a line all the way up from a pop good jobs were call we winter garden Windermere doctor Phillips area down to the attractions right now stretches all the way into Osceola you see me as well scenes of heavy rainfall back up in Orlando metro west area will visit the scene a lot of heavy rainfall as well we have a special edition of Orlando's evening news so Tony Marino next. coverage today voluntary evacuations have been issued for residents in Seminole county since it's under tropical storm and flood warning these evacuations of residents who live in flood zones low lying areas or in mobile homes and a large county leaders want you to know some things being under a tropical storm warning the government offices including the courts for US seal and the schools will be closed all the way up to Wednesday and same thing applies to garbage recycle pick up so they ask that you secure your yard waste and roll carts inside and finally all the shelters are open so if you want to know which ones are near you simply call three one one Daniel Vargas is ninety six point five W. D. B. R. C. ola county a curfews been approved which goes into effect tomorrow night at eleven it'll last until Wednesday at six in the morning anyone who violates executive order can be cited or even arrested and is evacuations continue up the coast are general movies down south in Palm Beach county middle Palm Beach where folks are watching hurricane Dorian off in the Atlantic well this is my first hurricane I'm from Saint Louis so it's very interesting little scary but being prepared kind of calm your fears a little bit we're prepared world boarded up we have our food we have our drinks what's this thing doesn't.

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News in Brief - 02 September 2019

UN News

02:41 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief - 02 September 2019

"This is the news in brief from the united nations. Hurricane doreen is hammering the bahamas and maybe the strongest on record to ever have hit the region you and and weather experts said on monday according to the world meteorological organization or w._m._o. Dorian is a top level category five hurricane with sustained wind speeds of two two hundred and seventy kilometers per hour one hundred sixty eight miles per hour. It is proving to be devastating for grand bahama island and the damage has been made worse because the weather system mm-hmm is very very slow moving. W._m._o.'s says in addition to hurricane dorian w._m._a. Partner the us national hurricane center is monitoring four other potentially dangerous address where the systems in the atlantic over coming days the centers advice to people in the bahamas is to remain in shelter mid week life threatening storm surges are expected along florida's east coast and they are increasingly likely along the coast of georgia south carolina and north carolina later this week. The pick of the atlantic hurricane season is around the tenth of september. You're too serious at northwest now. Seven health centers have been reported. They attacked and two of them have been destroyed in recent days. The world health organization or w._h._o. Has said said in a statement the u. N. health agency said that the facilities included four hospitals two primary healthcare centers that were functional at the time they were hit the attacks comedy time increased hostilities in and around series the province the last opposition stronghold in the country which has been devastated by years of war according to w._h._o. Some thirteen point seven million people need health assistance in syria including an estimated four million in the northwest in august alone. It reported that one hundred thirty thousand people were displaced from northern hama hamma and <unk> governorates on the last day of his seventy two hour tour of the democratic republic of the congo or d._r._c. u._n. Secretary general antonio guterres has left ebola. Well ahead areas after warning that without more funding we could lose the war against the disease while in d._r._c. mister gutierrez has visited benny and montana in the east the epicenter a percentage of the ebola crisis which began last august and has so far claimed more than two thousand lives in addition to speaking to survivors of the disease and saluting their courage. The secretary general toured treatment centers and highlighted the sacrifice of u._n. Peacekeepers anti r._c. Police who have died in insecure parts of the country's eastern territories and in in a call for greater support from the international community mister gutierrez said that only fifteen percent of what has been pledged at been paid so far when there is no cash even if there are promises says the ebola response stops the sector general said adding that if we lose a week and they response to ebola we do not only lose a week we could lose the war against ebola daniel johnson u._n. News.

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"hurricane doreen" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane doreen" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Fifteen one hurricane Doreen growing monster the category five storm now has winds topping a hundred eighty miles per hour is it's making its crawl towards the Bahamas two seven people were killed in West Texas twenty four others were hurt police say a man in his thirty shop police during a traffic stop and let them on a chase the shooting spree ended in a shootout outside a movie theater and three New Jersey is now the eighteenth state to enact a red flag law which allows police or family to petition the judge to remove a gun from a person who might present a danger to others or themselves two major pharmaceutical companies are looking to settle lawsuits brought against them for their alleged role in the opioid crisis Purdue pharma could possibly dole out between ten and twelve billion dollars to help combat addiction Dr injure Weissman developed the xcelerated neural regulation or a and R. method as it's called it is to treat opioid dependency by cleaning and blocking the receptors in the brain that are associated with were trawl doctor Weissmann says doctors might not be to blame not sure the doctor would prescribe you know the dysfunction that doctors over prescribed when you have a dependent patient he needs help you can do about it because this is a user fees and the one that was developed by exposure to opiates Oklahoma found Johnson and Johnson liable for its alleged role in the opioid addiction crisis in that state the company is being forced to pay five hundred seventy two million to help combat opioids in Oklahoma alone yesterday marked international overdose awareness day fallen hero was honored in Westchester county this weekend with the memorial Mount Vernon detective Christopher Ridley was mistakenly killed by fellow officers while trying to break up a fight back in two thousand and eight he was in plain clothes yesterday a monument to Ridley was unveiled at the court street plaza in White Plains where he was shot for remembering him.

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Trump prepares for Hurricane Dorian at Camp David

Reasonable Doubt

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Trump prepares for Hurricane Dorian at Camp David

"The national hurricane center says hurricane doreen is a category story four storm top sustained winds just under one hundred thirty miles per hour as it turns towards the north western part of the bahamas senator director ken graham hurricane warnings proportionate as the north bahamas with major hurricane here so a lot of wind a lot of rain. Graham says the high winds could do a lot of damage to the bahamas over the weekend the forecast forecast call for the storm to go along a path toward florida bringing the high winds and heavy rain. You could get places with six to ten inches of rain. Even ten to fifteen graham says a typical category four storm surge is ten feet or more president trump as he was leaving the white house for camp. David talked about his florida resort mar-a-lago being being in an area that could get hit. Mar-a-lago can handle itself. That's a very powerful place. The <hes> thing i'm worried about is the state of florida some computer monitor show a possible turn to the

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Updates: Hurricane Dorian on path to hit Florida

Erin Burnett OutFront

09:32 min | 1 year ago

Updates: Hurricane Dorian on path to hit Florida

"Warning this is a life threatening storm hurricane americaine dorian getting strong more powerful now a major category three hurricane as it turns towards florida. This is the view from the international space station. Asian is a model some two hundred and thirty mile- miles wide and this is dorrie and from the inside hurricane hunters flying into the eye of the storm today packing winds of up to one hundred fifteen miles per hour the national hurricane center warning dorian could bring a life threatening storm surge and devastating winds this florida's east coast according to the white house. The president has also been briefed on the storm. It's path and preparations. He spoke to reporters just a short time ago before heading to camp. David hurricane is aurora. Get it could be a big one. We're hoping that it may be makes a right and goes up north but that's about a five percent chance not looking good and it's one of the biggest hurricanes. We've seen it a long time long time so it could be very devastating. The threat of hurricane doreen is forcing airlines to start canceling flights store shelves becoming empty across the state of florida residents also also facing major fuel shortages that they try to stock up on gas ahead of dorian arrival and with winds predicted to be as strong as one hundred and thirty miles per hour when when it makes landfall dorian would be the strongest hurricane to hit florida's east coast hurricane andrew which cost the state more than twenty five billion dollars in damage and left left four people dead allison chinchar is out front live at the weather center tonight. Alison what's the latest path and other been lots of updates but it's it shows a fairly consistent insistent one right towards the heart of florida right so the latest update is really when you look at what the storm looks like we're talking about the eye of the storm because it has really really become symmetrical and large over just the last hour or so that is concerning because when we see something like that this usually means it's beginning the process of undergoing rapid good intensification that means. It's trying to strengthen even more right now. The windsor sustained one hundred fifteen miles per hour. Movement is west northwest at just about nine miles per <music> our but again there are a hurricane hunters that are on their way out to the storm right now. They will take a look at not only the but some of the surrounding bands take new measurements z. has this storm really undergone rapid intensification and if so what are the current measurements that are there we will likely get some new data in the next hour when the next update takes place place but as of now we are still thinking pretty similar along the lines of the track. We still anticipate it to get up to a category four so further intensification is still likely likely it's likely to be a category for is it crosses over the bahamas and then remain four as it approaches florida. We do have discrepancies a little bit in some of the models here. The blue dot is the european. The red dot is the american model the red dot the american model still hasn't making an actual landfall over portions ends of the east coast of florida the european model now however basically just has it sliding along the east coast bringing still heavy rain and gusty winds but not technically making a landfall as it skirts off the east coast in the coming days that concern here is it now. We're going to be starting to impact other states other than just this florida places like georgia south carolina and north carolina. Here's why you've got this high pressure system here in this upper low steering towards florida but as this high begins to breakdown and other factors atmospherically become into play this system is going to start to make that turn to the north but it could also slow down the concern there is not just it's the winds but also storm surge rainfall all of these things become factors here the forecast wind gusts even if it does just make landfall along the edge jim him you have the key. Keep an eye even places like lakeland orlando which are still pretty far inland will still likely end up getting hurricane force wind gusts in those areas even even though they are not along the coast. We'll keep you up to date as we get new information about that path. Thanks very much allison chinchar. Let's go to the beach florida that is right in in the current path of dorian also where our martin savage is tonight martin how seriously are folks. They're taking this and how are they preparing for it. Well you can measure that jim just by looking at the lumber here. This is plywood. You know it's amazing. In today's modern world the personal front line of defense for most folks in a hurricane is still plywood. It is preferred and it has been going on at the doors of this place. It's a home depot here and going out like crazy. They've gone through. We several truckloads. They're down to a few pallets left now and once that's gone. They hope there are more trucks coming then on top of that. They're already out of generators and the other the other thing. That's really going out of here sandbags. I'm talking about the place and the comes already bag because they can't find sandbags so they're using that because that is going to be the common common defense here plywood is used to battle the wins and the sandbags are being used to battle the water and that's the big fear for many people even as they are far away. Perhaps finland. They worry about the waterways that in this area are already over saturated in many cases. The water is right up to the top of the bank. So you consider the tremendous amount of rainfall. That's being predicted with a cat. Four storm flooding is a huge concern for many many people here time has been a good thing there is at least a lot of time and people have been making the most of it impact. Maybe making too much of it. We already know that there have been fuel shortages in a number of key places around estate. Miami has one of them. They've had fuel off and on the governor has said he's even sending police escorts now but some of the fuel trucks to make sure it gets delivered and then there's just the issue of food. Many people rushed out right away when they heard cab four and began buying it all up so the shelves in many places have been emptied. They are tried hi to replenish but they're trying to do it at a time. Frame that beats the storm coming in and now people have to leave and that's going to be another headache jim no question when those evacuation orders if they do come that'll be a big change martin savage thanks very much. Let's go now to todd were drastic. He's the mayor of jupiter florida also also in the a possible path of this storm so we're looking at the latest storm track. You're still in the path of the storm. Tell us what your biggest concerns now. We've heard of so many it's it's a triple threat right right because you got the surge. You got the rain and you got the win yeah we are. We're watching this very closely. <hes> you know when when you live in this part of florida a hurricanes or part of the deal but we're we're watching it very closely because we're trying to figure out where you who to evacuate went to evacuate evacuate and where might they go. <hes> it's also tough there. Were probably expecting what's called. A king tied this weekend and were a coastal community so we're probably expecting ding higher tides than normal so then when you couple that with the storm surge <hes> it's kind of a a nerve wracking time because we haven't we haven't been told exactly where the storm is going to be going <hes> now. It's slowed down a little bit so it gives us a little bit of time to figure out what's going on but it is an anxious time <hes> eh i've covered these storms that the surge come so quickly at times. You can barely keep track. The governor is not not yet ordering people to begin evacuating but at what point will you begin urging people to start packing up and heading out because you want to allow them time right of course to get to get safety yeah. We'll so what's so so tricky is where would you go. You were watching the storm track and you know we have some lessons learned from hurricane irma a couple of years ago <hes> some people evacuated waited and they wound up evacuating to where the hurricane wind up hitting and so that was really tough and that's pretty fresh fresh in people's minds and you look at this track in this track basically has it going somewhere near the coast of florida where we are and then shooting up north which is where most people obviously would go <hes> and so so that's the that's the tough part right here is we can watch it on the news with you all but then we're not quite sure where to go because once you once you get on the road food there's risk associated because if you if you leave and you wind up going somewhere how long has a tank of gas gonna gonna get hugh and when you get to that point where you're going to be able to fill up and so that that's a that's a tricky proposition for folks when they're dealing with their families and these these storms sometimes make unpredictable changes. They're already. We've been some changes to the storm track. You've lived in jupiter. Most your life and i know as you said this is part of the life of living in the state of florida but this is a particularly serious storm. I'm curious. What could a storm like this due to a city like yours yeah well. We're we're watching it just like everybody else and when when we see that <hes> that churning circle went out circle forms churning red dot comes up yeah we witness what happened to the keys through irma a few years ago so we we just pray that <hes> you know the elderly folks that need the help in the in the an crisis situation that we're able to kind of get to them or get get them where they need to be to be safe because you know they're still devastation out there that could that could really put us in a fix for a couple of weeks

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"hurricane doreen" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane doreen" Discussed on AP News

"Hurricane Doreen's gotten a little stronger as it moves toward Florida's east coast the national hurricane center says it could turn into a potentially catastrophic category for the slam into the U. S. Tuesday somewhere between the Florida Keys and southern Georgia people in Florida are stocking up on food gas and emergency supplies surging Hong Kong residents to stay away from any non authorized rallies Saturday after a ban was placed in a major March thing those caught could face a five year jail term the police commander of Hong Kong island says he's aware of social media messages urging people to take strolls or hold rallies in the name of religion British prime minister Boris Johnsons warned of lasting in catastrophic damage to Britain's political parties as a result of the brexit referendum is not honored he's told Sky News people protesting his decision to suspend parliament during part of the run up to the October thirty first breath the deadline must realize the worst thing for democracy would be to fail to make brexit a reality the people have been hugging trees in Nepal's capital to protest government plans to cut down about two thousand trees to widen a key road that circles the city more than two hundred people of rallied to try and urge the government to stop the plan to remove the trees on the outer edge of caught mine do the twenty seven kilometer or seventeen mile ring road in circles the capital and is a key road network for the increasingly congested city the protesters are demanding the government find other ways to widen the road the government wide and half of the road earlier this year thousands of trees were believed to have been cut down the second phase of the expansion covering the remaining half is expected to begin soon the protesters say they're determined to block that process being for the storm I'm to acquire the navy news minute people on the Bahamas are getting ready for Dorian top sustained winds in the storm now one hundred ten miles per hour forecasters expected to gain even more power in the coming days folks on the islands are boarding up stocking up same goes all going on all along Florida's east coast prize Siegel who lives in Boynton beach in southeastern Florida expects the area to recover should the storm hit there we've been through this before and that is something that I you know it if we do suffered direct hit I'm a trainee guild resilient place sign in which we live and I know people will join together and do what they need to do to move forward national hurricane center Jack Bevin says Dorian is expected to be a category four storm before it hits current four K. as his story and coming ashore of late Monday or Tuesday sometime in the US southeastern or east central coast of the Florida peninsula I'm to eight P. digital news back in a moment styleite lounge for Annie lets you tickling the ivories just saved by.

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Trump slams 'corrupt' Puerto Rico as Hurricane Dorian skirts island

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Trump slams 'corrupt' Puerto Rico as Hurricane Dorian skirts island

"We are tracking hurricane doreen which thrashed the virgin islands in skirted skirted puerto rico today that storm could strengthened into a category three hurricane and threatened florida over this coming holiday weekend. We will bring you a full forecast in just a moment today. Well puerto ricans were bracing themselves. Though president trump was tweeting calling them in san juan mayor carmen ulan crews ungrateful quote and we're tracking closely tropical storm dorian as it heads as usual to puerto rico fema and all others are ready and we'll do a great job when they do let them know it and give them a big. Thank you not like last time that includes from the incompetent mayor of san juan earlier today. The mayor responded during an interview with our own alley velvety that tweet this morning yet again you know this is the kinda man that was fight and skuld people that were caught inside a burning building and just blame them for not getting out of there fast enough. Well you know again if he cannot be supportive it does that are willing to be supported. Take on the task of saving the president also said quote puerto rico is one of the most corrupt places on earth congress approved billions of dollars last time more than any place else has ever gotten in it is sent to crooked paul's no good and by the way i'm the best thing that's ever happened to puerto rico this as the president is not happy with a report from the washington post last night that said trump has told worried subordinate ordinance he would pardon them for any potential wrongdoing. Should they break laws to build the border wall. The president said today quote this was made up by the washington post <music> only in order to demean and disparage fake news president also went after fox news today accusing them of quote promoting democrats. He added quote quote. We have to start looking for a new news. Outlet fox isn't working for us anymore

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