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"hurricane dory" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane dory" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"Towards in the future here to have these approaches from unearths a science Earth Systems Science approach approach where we're running the oceans and the atmosphere is at the same time we run the craziest fear. We we have the land Hydro you know or the hydro. Scientists built in not only from this sake of predicting within those domains but that the interactions the boundary conditions imposed on the atmosphere are actually Allows us to move that bar further to the right with respect to predictability and once we get into the probabilistic aspects We're seeing skill bill. in our skill increases in our forecast of temperature in the sub season of the seasonal. But we still have this conundrum with precipitation tation. So all of this is out there. It's out there from theoretical point of view. But it's also out there from a modeling perspective and it poses challenges to all all of us as we attempt to move this forward with that segue. I WANNA know pivot to the looking back at the twenty nine thousand nine hurricane season Louis. I thought that there were some real successes in some real challenges alike. In the forecast season we had Hurricane Dory and of course which sat that over the Bahamas for a while and just wreaked havoc on that island. Our thoughts and prayers to those folks and then we had an interesting little system called Imelda which to me was a compound system in that had tropical characteristics and then there was a mid latitude aspects as well that created a flood flood nightmare in parts of Texas. Again where we've seen that with Harvey. So what are your preliminary thoughts on the forecasting during hurricane season and even the messaging. Well the first first of all you know. Two thousand eighteen was the fourth consecutive above normal Atlantic hurricane season and we had Eighteen named storms. Tom Six hurricanes three major hurricanes What we're also saw last year was we had four? Storms made landfall Creating havoc. Because they did Some more than others. But we had barry earlier in the year than Dorian. Imelda Nassar You've mentioned Doreen Imelda. So maybe we will focus on that but Doreen especially Posed Forecast Challenges of the Was Really Kinda interesting. We had the track forecast challenges right from the beginning and Whether it was going to hit Puerto Rico. Coming out of the Caribbean or go to the East and a lot of the models had working more towards Puerto Rico and it turned out to stay to the east.

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

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:16 min | 1 year ago

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

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane dory" 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 dory" Discussed on CNN 10 (video)

CNN 10 (video)

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane dory" Discussed on CNN 10 (video)

"A state of disaster in the State of Texas is our first story this Friday thank you all for taking ten for CNN ten on Coral Sousse at the CNN center. Imelda was the name of the storm system that is soaking parts of the lone star state it formed as a tropical depression strengthened to a tropical storm warm and made landfall all on the same day that was Tuesday so there really wasn't time for people near Texas Gulf Coast to make any major preparations still Imelda wasn't projected to have anywhere near the impact that Hurricane Dory and had on the Bahamas earlier this month but it did cause flooding tremendous amounts of it in Texas and even though we're Melda is no longer a tropical storm or a weaker tropical depression for that matter conditions were still worsening yesterday for many people in Southeast Texas access in the city of Beaumont for example where the average rainfall is about sixty inches per year police say the city a third of that as much as twenty inches in one night. Beaumont is in one of the thirteen Texas counties where Governor Greg Abbott declared a state of disaster yesterday that speeds up money and help to those in need lead and there are a lot of people in need police say they've gotten hundreds of calls for rescues people have been trapped in homes and cars residents are being told not to drive arrive because the roads are flooded and entire neighborhoods have become like lakes with houses and trees in the middle of them as what's left of Imelda Moves Northeast East millions of people in East Texas and Western Louisiana. Were told to keep an eye out for possible flash floods. Some victims are comparing this storm to Hurricane Harvey and it certainly caused the worst flooding in the region since Harvey did this in two thousand seventeen though that storm was considered to be an even bigger rainmaker. Imelda's eldest threat continues with more rain in the forecast before it completely moves out of tax well. This was a Melda the storm that really was only a tropical storm didn't didn't really ever turn into a hurricane but that's not the point it has tropical moisture with it and that tropical moisture has just been sitting right from Houston and points eastward all the way toward Beaumont and I ten is completely underwater completely shut down around Beaumont. We are going to see this now. This water gonNA take a long time for it to run off even now toward woodland and Houston Houston getting in on a little bit more rainfall from the North here coming down. You'll see heavier rainfall here. What the biggest story here is this white area here from Winnie this is over toward Beaumont Aumont. There's three hundred and fifty square miles of twenty inches of rain or more that's fifteen times the size of Manhattan covered and with twenty inches of rain or more and some of these these gauges our out of control. I don't know if we believe not but up to forty inches of rain in some spots there to the southwest Beaumont for the second time since July the United States Federal Reserve cut interest rates this week the federal funds rate was reduced a quarter of a percentage point and it'll now hover between one point seven five percent and two percent does that affect individual Americans yes because lower interest rates make it cheaper to borrow money payments on mortgages payments on credit card balances what businesses have to pay back when they borrow all live that can decrease when the Fed cuts interest rates. It's a move the Central Bank can make to influence the US economy and analysts think that economy will continue to grow in the months that's ahead and that the nation's unemployment rate will stay near its lowest levels in fifty years but there are concerns that global growth will slow down this rate cut according according to the Fed chairman was made to keep the US economy strong. Let's go all the way back to the late nineteenth century when people couldn't trust their money was safe in the bank and bank runs were unusual that led to the creation of the country's central bank the Federal Reserve in nineteen thirteen it it was the first step toward adding safety and stability to America's financial system today. The Fed is essentially the architect of America's money policy. It's it's run by a board of Governors based in Washington. DC and has twelve Federal Reserve banks around the country those bank presidents and the board meet eight times times a year to make big policy decisions decisions that affect the feds two main goals to make sure prices are stable and that everyone who wants a job. Bob Has a job so how exactly does the Fed do this mainly using three tools. I Li- adjusting the discount rate. That's the interest I rate the Fed charges commercial banks for short term loans and it's one of the most influential interest rates there is doubt had its biggest point drop in history today today for example in two thousand eight when the economy was tanking some companies may not be able to make their payroll manager shut down a shift that people will lose their jobs. More people will lose their homes. People will have the difficulty getting loans. The Fed in an unprecedented move cut interest rates to zero making it cheaper to borrow money. This plan is an emergency plan to put out a fire resolve a serious crisis which has real main street implication salon can't force banks to lend companies to hire but it can use tools oils to create an environment for Economic Growth Second Trivia which of these contraptions interactions was invented. I that came cleaner. AM radio take a light more penny farthing penny farthing three your thoughts. It's the only one of these inventions named before the twentieth century.

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"hurricane dory" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane dory" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Turn his bill to the Atlantic city expressway east out to the egg harbor in good condition with no problems reported in the K. Y. W. twenty four hour traffic center I'm Billy Dawson and of the I. one is weather forecasts sponsored by sector your CBS three meteorologist Matt Petersen more clouds than sun shine for our Saturday afternoon high temperature right around eighty degrees making it a seasonable afternoon and then we will go with generally overcast skies tonight with a couple of showers changes to the overnight as well maybe an isolated rumble of thunder here or there sixty nine for the overnight. low any weekend on Sunday with the lingering morning shower then clearing skies and a high of eighty four will kick off our new work we call Monday with partly cloudy skies this body late day shower and high temperature of eighty six on Monday right now partly cloudy sixty one degrees we're going up to eighty. did you know commuters who choose to ride septa over driving reduce their carbon footprint by one count every mile they don't drive reduce your carbon footprint this weekend I'm such a plan your trip and I septa Philly dot com. K. Y. W. newsradio anywhere get the radio dot com and check in on the go. hi Mike. is that the editors three things to know at six forty five after seven hours of jury deliberations still no verdict in the retrial Camden cop Nicholas Roman Tino he's accused of police brutality the jury gets back to work on Monday with an alternate in place and tropical storm Alberto was tracking toward the Bahamas which is still reeling from the devastation caused by category five hurricane dory and the third thing to know it's jail time for a desperate housewife she was hoping for no prison time but Felicity help and will have to spend about a half a month behind bars when she's set to report their next month.

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"hurricane dory" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane dory" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"On the. the bridge was central. it's from the range with central we've got the the hurricane is up there in Halifax now rounders blown it is still as I think it cat one or something like that. optical store vastly back and forth we have the whole argument the prime it change it it full board now we have M. S. N. B. C. that's talking about doing a a climate change town hall the telethon whatever. and we have a sharpie gate that is going on. now of course what does this controversy and tells the president you know he he had a little white board up that he had a he had the hurricane a call this is early on the yet the hurricane hitting Florida this is a this is in the I guess the media didn't have a problem with that because they had originally predicted that the hurricane's path will go across Florida. there are cities that were inside of the official agree Brett weather reports call on that her can go on that were never hit. by hurricane Doria. but the president made a little mistake of was some would say was a mistake but as a I think if you're paying attention to see and then you see a really wasn't a mistake or lease CNN made the same mistake that they're accusing the president make you what what we extended the cone out to Alabama. he said that people in Georgia and in Alabama. had to to prepare for hurricane dory. now over the weekend I should say last Friday you at the end a a you had the weather folks come out and say you know the president troubles right and then you have some of the management at the end a say you Hey Hey and no was AA yeah no that doesn't politicized these people came all but president trump the wrong. this is this he forced them to deal with that controversy there. controversy there is so they can get on beyond this the the hurricane is is is because the hurricane is about the no just fizzle out. but the real storm in the media continues here's make up Brzezinski from M. S. N. B. C. weighing in nearly a week before the national oceanic and atmospheric administration publicly backed president trump over its own scientists at the top no official warns its staff against contradicting the president according to The Washington Post in an agency wide directive on September first National Weather Service personnel were told to quote only stick with official national hurricane center forecast if questions arrive arise from some national level social media posts according to a copy of the email obtained by the paper according to the email the staff was also told not to provide any opinion the message came just hours after trump claimed that Alabama would most likely hit by hurricane Dorian much harder than anticipated something that was false it also came out to the National Weather Service office in Birmingham contradicted trump by tweeting Alabama would not see any impacts from the hurricane well this is amazing. no he turned out to be false I guess it also turned out to be false that the that now with the thought that the came is going to hit the hit Florida that turned out to be false but no no no.

"hurricane dory" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane dory" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The Dan Ryan either direction. these are drive south on North Avenue to Chicago so than to grant park and northbound through Grant Park in navy pier Chicago Avenue if traffic and weather together on the H. every ten minutes on newsradio seven eighty eight what if I put out a fan time the floods and sun this afternoon the high seventy seven degrees cloudy tonight a low of sixty one and tomorrow cloudy and cooler maybe a passing shower or two the high sixty eight degrees right now sunny skies seventy seven degrees at midway seventy six at o'hare and seventy five along the lakefront WBBM news time three thirty. this is your call goes all the way seven and one oh five point nine FM and WBBM newsradio dot com. good afternoon I'm AT Dane these are the top stories on newsradio WBBM as the death toll rises health officials warn the public about vaping. this is Rachel Pearson elected officials make a splash in the Chicago River and thousands are without electricity on north Carolina's Outer Banks in the wake of hurricane dory and more in a moment from CBS WBBM sport this is Dave Koerner the cubs hobby bias with a hairline fracture in his left thumb he'll be out for an undetermined length cubs in Milwaukee tonight white Sox host the LA angels clouds and sun the rest of the afternoon high seventy seven degrees cloudy tonight a low of sixty one cooler tomorrow the high sixty eight it's three thirty one. CBS news update it's pretty day in north Carolina's Outer Banks but what hurricane Dorian left behind is ugly the worst damage appears to be on Ocracoke island thousands of people have no electricity but drew Pearson with their county emergency management says crews are working hard to get better selector cooperative.

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White House aide says he briefed Trump about Alabama and Hurricane Dorian

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

06:42 min | 1 year ago

White House aide says he briefed Trump about Alabama and Hurricane Dorian

"Following hurricane dory and it's lashing out at the carolinas right now as it turns up the eastern seaboard and a little while ago president trump's homeland security purity advisor over the white house but statement offering a new defense for the president's false warning about the storm threat to alabama and beyond a country is still facing in some serious problems as this hurricane moves up the atlantic coast but the president still tweeting over and over and over again about the outdated forecasts evolving a threat which never really existed to alabama. Hey sorta politicized the national weather service wall and this would be comical. If this wasn't reality that's playing out you know when this first tweet came out of his first initial tweet a mentioning alabama <hes> in the path of the storm over the weekend people chuckled and then they moved don. No one would be talking about this if he were not so persistent had dug his heels in. It's not very difficult to just say you know what i made. An initial error. Let's focus now on the actual path of the storm not to mention all of those people facing the destruction that we've seen play out through the bahamas if he had been talking about relief that needs to be given and the relief that the us is providing to the bahamas and people in the path of the storm that would be something that would be helpful as opposed to constantly instantly talking about something that no one really cares about but it's emblematic of this administration of this president who just can't admit when he is wrong. It sounds trivial but think think about what would happen. If we face a military action that needs to be taken and iran or a missile launch from north korea. We have to be able to trust this this president and at a time when we are facing a hurricane that is hitting u._s. Soil he is now diverting resources to cover his own tracks. Imagine all of the the work that has to be done to come up with these maps that he's now highlighting you see the the look on the face of kevin mclean and his acting homeland. <hes> defense is security agency and the head and you see him sitting there without chart with the sharpie. It's embarrassing and it's unnecessary jeffrey. This is a sharpie. If you've ever seen it wasn't it wasn't you it. It wasn't me but i use a sharp once in a while. But what do you make of the mystery of who actually used the sharpie to distort that official government map. You know who i i. I do not have the answer but i do have one answer. I watched recently. There's a new documentary. It's coming out shortly about roy cohn. Who was the corrupt unethical lion ryan lawyer who was a mentor to donald trump and it really explains a lot of what's going on even today because roy cohn who was an aide joseph mccarthy earthy he believed in you fight about everything no matter how trivial you never let a charge go unanswered you and you lie if necessary to to respond to it and that's what's going on here of course this is a completely ridiculous controversy which would be forgotten but for the president's insistence in on fighting with the news media but remember he was also fighting with the actress debra messing over the weekend as this hurricane was bert baron another it it it it seems like madness but this is who he is and he got elected once and he got elected again and then they put out this official statement the board of the president's homeland security advisers clearly the white house is looking for someone to blame certainly looks like i mean this is government resources taking the time again and the energy energy to find someone go out there and defend the president from this. I mean trump. We've always known that he's really sensitive to what people say about it on t._v. You know he's looking at the headlines and we've had five days now of people calling him out looking for him to just issue an apology and move on not only that he was totally roasted last night on late night. Television people are laughing at this whole line and you know did he was he drew it so you know he clearly they spent the time to go out and march someone out there and make this statement and it creates a real optics problem for the white house because you know i'm not gonna get say what the president's thinking right now but it makes it look like he cares more about defending himself his own reputation than he does about people who are actually dying right now and who need help you know he could've made this because that's true right. Maybe because these people yeah well i i agree with jeffrey. Look this was a missed opportunity for the president to talk about both the impending danger and peril for people along on the coast of the carolinas and georgia and maybe even virginia and also to talk about as you say people who are in real distress in bahamas a neighboring country right of our shores. I actually think this case wolf that the president and the white house thinks they have a grain of genuine grievance here going back several days about this alabama alabama thing but once you get past sharpie gate once you get past all of these tweets they've completely squandered any opportunity for people to take them seriously and over the a broad stretch of time they've squandered in the opportunity for people to give them the benefit of the dow wolff because we've been through a situation where our washington post colleagues have uncovered twelve thousand thousand false and misleading statements by the president we've been through the president lying about what he knew about stormy daniels we've been through the president lying about crowd sizes and so at this point who would give him the benefit of the doubt in this interesting because our jake tapper jeffrey just now reporting that the fox news senior white house correspondent john roberts had just finished his three p._m. Live shot on thursday when the president beckoned tim to come into the oval office according to jake the president had one argument to make according to an internal fox email roberts sent about the meeting provided to c._n._n. Any stress to me that forecasts for dorian last week have alabama in the warning cone roberts rope. He insisted that it is unfair. To alabama was never threatened by the storm not clearly the president is very sensitive to the suggestion that he'd misspoke your thank. Thank you think he's gone on for this for days and days over this completely trivial misstatement it seems like it or if they had simply said it was an earlier forecast i mean there are a million ways to deal with this that it would be completely forgotten at this point but this is the roy contraining you fight back constantly on every issue and and you know and i think it is worth pausing to remember that there are a lot of people who like that he does. How's this for the fact that we're viewing it. Is this terrible gaffe an embarrassing and you know the fact that he's sticking it to the news media and calling us fake news a lot of people belykh that and so that is worth remembering here to

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"hurricane dory" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane dory" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"It's eleven o'clock. CBS news on the hour real news real reporting I'm Steve K. for hurricane Dorian is lashing the Carolinas with heavy rain and the storm is now a category two would stop sustained winds are a hundred ten miles an hour north Carolina's governor Roy Cooper's expecting some trouble winds will toppled trees and power lines and roads and buildings will be flooding CBS Jimmy Yuka says there's already been coastal flooding in Charleston conditions continued to worsen throughout the morning we see three to five inches of rain but could get. or more here in Charleston the water just keeps splashing up the the water just so high and and the winds being so violent right now gusts of up to seventy five miles per hour I'm Jim crystalline north myrtle beach South Carolina ray from hurricane dory and continues to fall heavily at times winds have been gusting about fifty miles per hour and the number of power outages is increasing there's a big tornado threat from Dorian had two suspected twisters have caused the damage here AT Ory county had just across the North Carolina state line in Brunswick county in the Bahamas the Coast Guard has rescued more than one hundred people made the destruction caused by Dorian CBS's David Bagnall Nancy all Marie was one of the dozens of people who showed up at the airport asking the various pilots who kept landing here if she could get a seat off the island her home was in a nearby community called man O. war she rode out the storm in her home the house had broken up around us only cracked the door open and there was not letting if we found sent the Acadia sitting with her three children on the roof of the building that had blown off during the storm officials say the death toll is twenty in the Bahamas and will likely rise eleven more women have come forward with sexual misconduct allegations against opera great Placido Domingo Melinda McLean work backstage.

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"hurricane dory" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane dory" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Early going on to seventy four today go bears now CBS news. CBS news on the hour real news real reporting I'm Steve K. for hurricane Dorian is lashing the Carolinas with heavy rain and the storm is now a category two would stop sustained winds are a hundred ten miles an hour north Carolina's governor Roy Cooper's expecting some trouble winds were toppled trees and power lines and roads and buildings will be flooding CBS Jimmy Yuka says there's already been coastal flooding in Charleston conditions continued to worsen throughout the morning we've seen three to five inches of rain but could get one or more here in Charleston the water just keeps splashing up the the water just so high and and the winds being so violent right now gusts of up to seventy five miles per hour I'm Jim crystalline north myrtle beach South Carolina ray from hurricane dory and continues to fall heavily at times winds have been gusting about fifty miles per hour and the number of power outages is increasing there's a big tornado threat from Dorian had two suspected twisters have caused damage here AT Ory county had just across the North Carolina state line in Brunswick county in the Bahamas the Coast Guard has rescued more than one hundred people amid the destruction caused by Dorian CBS's David Bagnell Nancy all Marie was one of the dozens of people who showed up at the airport asking the various pilots who kept landing here if she could get a seat off the island her home was in a nearby community called man O. war she rode out the storm in her home the house had broken up around us only cracked the door open and there was nothing leading if we found sent the Acadia sitting with her three children on the roof of a building that had blown off during the storm officials say the death toll is twenty in the Bahamas and will likely rise eleven more women have come forward with sexual misconduct allegations against opera great Placido Domingo Melinda McLean work backstage.

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"hurricane dory" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane dory" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"This thing okay hurricane dory continues to drift off the east coast of Florida currently a category two hurricane with sustained winds of one hundred five miles per hour that big St Louis lawsuit against the NFL and stand Kraki is going the city's way so far we could see Kraki himself Kevin demo for commissioner Roger Goodell testifying on a local witness stand about why the rams and NFL both publicly said Saint Louis had a shot to keep its team while cranky was secretly making those plans for his land in LA the city county and stadium a forty are suing for breach of contract fraud illegal in Richmond and interference in business the post dispatch says the Missouri Supreme Court decided Tuesday that those defendants don't get to use that nineteen ninety five lease terms to get this case moved to arbitration which could be like a home field advantage for them a separate suit was recently settled giving twenty four billion dollars in refunds the personal seat license holders Michael Calhoun St Louis's newsradio cable acts they can measure like say for the transit agency is making more changes to try and reach that goal next Monday new security leadership starts at their jobs meantime the agency is advertising for a new private security company contract metro director Jessica Mitford Miller says part of that will. beginning guards moving and more engaged hard to affect strong performance when you've got a team member is assigned to one stationary post out in the elements all day every day especially in a four season climate like Saint Louis so we're going to ship them around a little bit to affect better engagement there's also continuing talk of fences in turn style she says early tests showed more people buying tickets and people saying they felt safer from the Jefferson bank and trust business desk a new ice cream flavor an ounce for Ben and Jerry's came works is Brian Feldman explains how its meaning and how it is linked to Saint Louis it highlights with the ice cream maker calls a broken criminal justice system the flavor justice remixed it's described as cinnamon and chocolate ice cream with cinnamon Bondo and spicy fudge brownies sounds delicious but the Associated Press reporting it does have meaning because Ben and Jerry's has been working with the advancement project to close the work house in Saint Louis that's the medium security institution in town bare light accretion so far resisting those calls Brian Feldman St Louis's newsradio came acts now let's go to the cable X. traffic.

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"hurricane dory" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane dory" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Types walk on your terminal as Q. U. A. W. K. that's a Bloomberg business slash and here's Michael bar with more on what's going on around the world Michael thank you very much care it least seven deaths from hurricane dory and have been reported in the Bahamas the storm's winds and flood waters of destroyed or severely damaged thousands of homes and crippled hospitals one eighty chief says it's total devastation meanwhile South Florida residents apparently spared from hurricane during a drought are donating relief supplies to the storm ravaged bombers droves of Floridians turned out to share cans of food water bottles and boxes of diapers in baseball the Yankees won the merits of lost a lot of games but this one was special the national scored seven runs in the bottom of the ninth to beat the Mets eleven ten the Orioles split a doubleheader the red Sox and giants lost the eighties one in tennis at the US open Serena Williams advances to the semifinals Roger Federer was eliminated global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than a hundred twenty countries are Michael bar this is Bloomberg maybe all right Michael thank you we are live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studios where it's six forty nine on Wall Street as we continue to follow developments in the United Kingdom with brags that potential no deal brags it possibly looking less likely let's find out.

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Don't Use Natural Disasters to Pressure Clients

Daily Sales Tips

05:17 min | 1 year ago

Don't Use Natural Disasters to Pressure Clients

"You're listening to the daily sales tips podcast and i'm your host scott ingram david weiss sent this tip to me over the weekend and i i wanted to get it out to you as soon as i could while hurricane dory and is still relevant but is you'll hear. This tip doesn't just apply to this hurricane good morning sales success community david weiss comanche here with a tip of the day so as many of you know there's a very large hurricane mccain coming towards the coast of florida right now call doria and i am working through a few other partners of mine at at eighty p on a opportunity that we've been working for quite some time and they happen to be located in florida so last tweak a colleague of mine came to me and said david i've got i know you're speaking to them later today. I've got a great idea of how we can close this opportunity on your call and i said hey man you know. I'm all ears. I think we're pretty close but but he got says me let's tell them that the hurricanes coming and that they need to sign with us now because hurricanes coming and if they don't sign with us now they may be delayed d- for a couple of days or even a couple of weeks and that would mess up their timelines and we can you know get working on <hes> everything behind the scenes while they're repairing their business so i thought about this for second. I replied back. I said look there's not a hurricane close technique. I'm going to have a conversation with them and we're gonna you know see where their business is that and their decision process and we'll go from there so i got on the phone with the client and start talking to her and i and and the conversation of course of the hurricane comes up and how she's doing and how their associates are doing things like that and she says david i was gonna cancel this call but i wanted to talk to someone that wasn't gonna talk to me about the hurricane and i start laughing and she's like if i had done a shot of tequila for every single goal time someone said dorian to me today. I would have been asleep by about nine a._m. And she's like i currently have over a thousand emails emam box. No joke in probably eight to nine hundred of them are associated being worried about him and i said are you know oh tons of empathy. Hey preach taking the call really understand where you guys are at and we just kind of had a really empathetic good conversation and it ended with her making a couple of weeks to our agreement and asking me to revise it so i could send her so she get it over legal team in our legal to start reviewing and we left the a call with me saying hey look normally i would during this part of the call just be asking for basic timelines that we both agree to serve on the same page with what things look like moving forward but i'm not gonna they do that to you instead. I don't wanna put any pressure on you. I want you just to go and get your mind right. Help your business. Help your associates. 'cause i really feel for all the structure under an everything. That's you know up in the area. Now it's kind of chaotic and she's like david. Thank you so much really appreciate. It took the call today. 'cause i needed a break. This was a really great conversation. I'll let you know kind of how things play out over the next week them perfect so we leave the call and this kind of comes to the point of the conversation. If y'all haven't gotten it already we weren't at the final close step. Her legal team hadn't even reviewed it and if i put pressure on it to sign it today the this this person person like probably just couldn't it would have been the wrong timing. She probably gonna handle it. She's a professional but mentally speaking her head was not in a. I need to sign a contract with a a vendor. You know i it was. I need to protect my associates and i need to be there for my associates for you know their houses potentially not low longer being there in a week or two so <hes> i shifted towards this part and you know what i want people to take away is there's. There's no magic bullet. There's no such thing as the hurricane clothes unless sure selling products and solutions for hurricane management like batteries in water or sandbags or something along those lines lines don't try in us you know disasters or you know some other major negative events that are happening to your clients to try and get them to do business with you. Have empathy have understanding put yourself in their shoes know where they're at in their journey and be really honest with yourself. You know is a deal closing today or you know or we really. They're in the process for not. Let the process play out or ganic but putting milestones in place that help you kind of get to where you need. As far as you know you wanna be loved by the state were here today. Here are the steps that need to take place between now and then but be empathetic and things are gonna come up so that's all i have today. Hope you have a great week and hopefully this was helpful and i'll come back with more tips in the future. 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Dorian moving up East Coast after leaving Bahamas in ruins

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

01:31 min | 1 year ago

Dorian moving up East Coast after leaving Bahamas in ruins

"Hurricane Dorian smashed parts of the tourism depended Bahamas to ruins at least seven people there have been killed but many others remain missing well Dorian's winds have diminished to a category two storm the hurricane has expanded in size and is picked up speed it'll be close and hover Florida's east coast for more than a day then head for the Carolinas CBS news meteorologists David Parkinson you can see over a foot of rain potentially the Charleston area forty seven feet of storm surge that's where I think you're missing the worst it's Charleston up through the Outer Banks president trump canceled his trip to Poland over the weekend so we can monitor hurricane Dorian turns out he spent much of it playing golf or polo read is at the White House there was also criticism about the fact that he was golfing after canceling that trip to Poland the president defended himself on Twitter saying that he quote played very fast and he suggested some of the people would criticize him including the mayor of London should quote minor in business CBS news update on that paper this is news radio nine fifty W. W. news time twelve thirty two the federal government has granted a request for a federal disaster declaration for North Carolina in anticipation of hurricane Dorian's impact on the state North Carolina governor Roy Cooper requesting the federal deck relation on September second he says the North Carolina has faced difficult storms before and is preparing for hurricane dory to track up the southeast coast this week the U. S. national hurricane center adjusting its forecast tracks on Tuesday but in Dorian now closer to the south in North Carolina coast later on this

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"hurricane dory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane dory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Two year old Malani Johnson gather to cribs field in Verona for a prayer vigil last night James grants a member of the family's church tells KDKA TV he's asking for god's help I believe other than searching we should go to him and and ask him to help lead the forties to guide them the family to comfort them and give them peace and this time. Melanie was abducted Saturday night prompting a statewide amber alert the accused kidnapper is in jail but no Lani is still missing her family is offering a thirty five hundred dollar reward for information leading to her safe return police in Alabama have released tragic details about a team with a gun CBS is Vicky Barker has the story the nine one one call came late last night the fourteen year old caller said he was at home hearing gunfire upstairs when police got to the house in the town of Elkmont they found three people dead and two others so seriously wounded they would later die in the hospital and then the team told them he was the shooter he killed his father his step mother and three siblings and if you told the police why they aren't saying Vicki Barker CBS news five deaths reported in the Bahamas from hurricane dory and the category three storm is still stationary about twenty five miles northeast of Freeport the islands of Abaco in grand Bahama have flooded walls of water up to the second floors of buildings there trapping people in attics leaving the grand Bahama airport under six feet of water at least twenty five people are confirmed dead with nine others missing after Monday's boat fire off the southern California coast the dive boat caught fire in the middle of the night with passengers on a scuba diving trip below deck just one narrow stairway out I witness Bob Hanson I opened the door and I can see the fire on therapy and the entire boat was involved it was from the bottle to the stern and thirty foot flames the search for the missing continues where the dive boat conception sake two people escape their burning home in Penn hills early this morning this happened just before two AM in the fifteen hundred block of universal road fire marshal Chuck Miller telling Katie K. A. T. B.. discover the fire there's a realizing their attic space had a fire in a caught outside. for far.

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Upper atmosphere gridlock stalled Dorian

America's Morning News

01:18 min | 1 year ago

Upper atmosphere gridlock stalled Dorian

"And powerful hurricane Dorian is going nowhere right now that's because there's nothing in the upper atmosphere to movement meteorologists say well that's horrible for the Bahamas where the storms been pounding the islands it relentlessly it may help spare Florida a bit now usually the upper atmospheres winds pushing pole hurricanes north or west with at least pushing them somewhere I should say a some Floridians they've become complacent but governor Rhonda satisfying residents to listen to emergency officials hurricane dory and has shown what it's capable of it's absolutely battered the Bahamas the latest track on Dorian has a a little more than a hundred and hundred miles east of west Palm Beach it has done what the model suggested it would do and it is essentially stalled out it's moving out about one mile per hour and that was predicted to happen for most of today and then the forecast or that it will then begin a descent north obviously when and how that don is happened is going to be critical for impacts on in the state of Florida but we are east coast

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"hurricane dory" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane dory" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Light fifteen on Saturday forty two on Sunday in sports Padres follow the Diamondbacks yesterday fourteen to seven right now skies are mostly clear it's seventy four degrees at Lindbergh field AM seven sixty KFMB talk and breaking news. no. radio. and regularly talk about everything from politics to social issues and news of the day whether you're awfully or you're just starting your day welcome to the show this is what I radio all across America eight six six ninety right I get our app get our app today listen twenty four seven on around by the way you stream all around the world to write a radio show dot com. in the news hurricane dory latest report is latest advisory that they came out a few hours ago a hundred twenty miles an hour can't three hurricane still stationary but but as as John a truck just told us moving a little bit north it seem I making that turn a little bit north here is the deputy national hurricane director ed Rappaport we're looking at a storm surge as well as the waters can be driven to shore by those on shore wins four feet of storm surge inundation along the coast but could be as much as seven feet if down the hurricane is a little closer to the coast or gets larger than what we're forecasting and then you see over the next couple of days as it moves towards you know Georgia there's been mandatory evacuations on the coast there South.

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"hurricane dory" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane dory" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"In the news hurricane dory latest report is the latest advisory that they came out a few hours ago a hundred twenty miles an hour can't three hurricane still stationary but as as John a truck just told us moving a little bit north it seem right making that turn a little bit north here is the deputy national hurricane director ed Rappaport we're looking at a storm surge as well as the waters can be driven to shore by those on on shore wins four feet of storm surge inundation along the coast but could be as much as seven feet if again the hurricane is a little closer to the coast or gets larger than what we're forecasting and then you see over the next couple of days as it moves towards you know Georgia there's been mandatory evacuations on the coast there South Carolina and when you when you actually look at the center of the cone I mean there's still a possibility that the the eye of whatever would be at that time were there would be a one or two with that time could hit the coast because North Carolina right that possibility sure if. it was almost unbelievable watching it during the day the developments actually over the weekend but during the day on Monday late into Sunday and Monday and then just realizing that. storm was going no where it was just stationary. it was moving at one point I think the clock clocked at one mile per hour but. the fact that it would just sit and harbor. was it was devastating with frightening and I don't remember as long as I've lived in the storm any major storm doing doing that I I just can't imagine because I again I think we put ourselves into that situation. end up I spent time. doing the three of the biggest rooms in my house doing carpet cleaning this weekend and and so watched a lot of college football and a ton of the weather channel while doing just tons of work around the house so when you're in your house you start thinking about it I can't imagine because this was my thought I can't imagine sitting in my house thinking. but I'm going to sit in my house and have a hundred eighty five mile an hour winds. hit from two directions over and and be consistent for any were Purina probably as sixteen to twenty four hours. well I can't imagine stain and and I saw the one the the one guy in the Bahamas that study at hurricane strength windows. and I and and so you could see around and he was saying look how high the water is he says in a look at the basketball gold you looked and was about you know seven eight feet of water if the basketball goal was ten feet high is normal basketball goals are the water was you know eight nine feet high and then you saw the picture Bermuda International Airport right which was just yeah Elena and then when they said that it's not that high you know it it can be only twenty feet high and there are portions that aren't bad white across in there in the grand Bahamas that the entire school the entire width of a section of the grand Bahamas could be under water and I thought to myself. when I heard five deaths some like that's all. that was not actually that was my first thought because I don't know I don't know how you survive hi your survive in a house when you have that those kind of winds that are tornado like winds that are of you for that period of time. yeah I I think you look at even if the walls were the worst thirty and could hold that kind of force against that kind of forced the. the roof eventually cannot. especially with a change in direction I and the damage that has just done repeatedly by that that when that is relentless and unforgiving I just can't imagine. all right is so we're just you know thinking about all the people in our thoughts and prayers with everybody in in in Bermuda because while and now it's going to hit the Florida coast in and you know again sort of side swipe but still you can you but it said four foot of forty seven foot. waves what you could have at that point right right so like I said though than going up you just don't know what's going to happen in South Carolina do you see the the the in places like in Jacksonville see how far the evacuation went in because he's reverse and go all the way down you know probably it looks like some of them thirty miles in inland I'm guessing twenty five to thirty miles inland but because the rivers would just wise evacuated all those areas even that far inland some of the Florida shelters are no longer accepting evacuees according to a CNN dot com in the last hour also residents in Florida are starting to feel other Dorian Dorian Syphax there especially the coastal city of Stuart Florida starting to see some of that affect become a little bit stronger there from hurricane Dorian and so we're not yet we're Jim can Tories yeah I would I would think that it it has the the situation given the situation lot of people might become complacent a that would be my fear if I were working in it in any official status and trying to keep people where it it's just it seems that if if they think it's not moving or they think it will never arrive at their door you have to keep in mind what those.

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"hurricane dory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane dory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Boat. but now we're we're being told dozens now dead and will bring you more details as we learn them a tragic situation two AM update from the national hurricane center hundred twenty mile an hour maximum sustained winds cat a cat three right now and the cone really has not changed right the call back to the next a few days. at all not much right later in the show we'll talk with meteorologist John trial and get another update on hurricane dory. you'll tech news weather traffic and business every day on newsradio KDKA yes. one reason for thirty second audio tour of Ireland. she's very. German castle German castle terming castle charming castle chairman Kass. you know you can actually go there when you use the Capital One venture card you earn unlimited double miles on every dollar you spend on every purchase which means you'll have plenty of miles to actually travel to Ireland the Capital One venture card what's in your wallet Capital One bank USA NA. firm studio. right this is KDKA radio. CBS news update divers in southern California have found a total of twenty five bodies after a predawn fire sank a scuba diving vessel nine people remain unaccounted for of the thirty nine who were on board with this Bob Hanson I open the door and I can see the fire out there and it had actually in the entire ball was involved it was from the bottle to.

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Hurricane Dorian pounds Bahamas, menaces U.S. southeast coast

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Hurricane Dorian pounds Bahamas, menaces U.S. southeast coast

"Update hurricane Dorian is one of the most powerful storms ever in the Atlantic all of its strength has been falling and blowing on the Bahamas where the situation has now been described as catastrophic Dorian is so slow moving its eventual track along the US east coast that remains far from certain Broward county Florida is typical in its preparations we talk with mayor mark Bogen we close our government buildings are parks library so basically we've really come to shut down on most everything our airport fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport will be closed at twelve noon we're preparing for the worst and hoping for the best I'm Jim Krystle in Jacksonville Florida it's an agonizing wait for millions of the southeast U. S. coast as hurricane dory insurance over the Bahamas evacuations have been ordered here in parts of Florida as well as much of the South Carolina coast line elsewhere many are taking a wait and see approach with one of the stronger storms ever measured in the Atlantic CBS news update I'm

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"hurricane dory" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane dory" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

"Know that this is only going to get worse. It's it really took a turn around two o'clock this morning and and it has not let up since and we now know that the storm is a category five hurricane that will bring expected to bring winds at one hundred and sixty miles an hour our sustained here in this part of the bahamas. It is the reason why officials here have warned residents and tourists to find safer ground. We know that a number of people have left and they evacuated to shelters with so many others in some of the nearby islands of decided to stay and there's real concern for them as hurricane dory and continues to work its way thanks so much marcus and stay safe. There and let's turn to a._b._c. News senior meteorologist rob marciano in melbourne florida four states zip declared a state of emergency. What's the latest forecast track showing on where dorian may head next all right. Martha walt's going to hit the bahamas. Hamas versus the terrifying view of where it is and how strong it is this is clear the surrounding convection is intense and is about to unleash the power of a category five on great avocado island and then slowly make its way across the bahamas with thirty six hours of these kind of winds is what they'll have in the forecast track then takes toward the florida coastline. We do have it stalling tall and we do have it moving. North hurricane center has that line offshore but the cone of uncertainty is certainly bring the possibility of a direct hit tuesday wednesday thursday. There's you look at this is all week long. Martha and you're right four states are going to be impacted by this at the very least a tropical storm force winds here in florida where warnings have been posted because we expect that to happen within thirty six hours are the thanks so much rob and marcus as well. Both of you. Stay safe out there. Just a short time ago we stopped by the national response coordination centre located inside fema headquarters here in washington. I sat down with acting homeland security secretary kevin mcelwain a and and i began by asking him what the forecast track is showing right so the latest forecast the storm is hitting the northern islands of the bahamas hamas right now they're starting to experience hurricane-force winds it will go across the northern islands of the bahamas and then we expect it to stall out most models show at stalling out about sixty miles off shore on not making landfall but that doesn't mean it's not dangerous in fact we expect hurricane-force winds to potentially hit the coast of florida and then a prolonged rain event combined combined with storm surge. That's going to be very difficult as the storm starts to move northward most likely off the coast of florida and georgia and south carolina but but at this point you're pretty sure it will not hit north carolina south carolina florida the national hurricane center says the most of the models show it staying offshore and moving slowly north of but that that means the storm effect will be prolonged on the coastline of rain events storm surge and hurricane force winds potentially because this was so hard to predict hurricane. Are there concerns that people will just stay in their homes. They won't get out of their homes they won't do they won't take precautions. We want people to listen to the state and local emergency. Managers listened to the evacuation orders. Make sure you're prepared. Make sure you have seven days of supplies and medicine food. Even pet food really be thinking about all those things that you might need for a prolonged event so we want people to listen to state locals and be very progressive in in watching the storm and you've got president trump coming here this morning. What are you tell him. What are you doing here in the center today. We'll so we've i've had lots of time to prepare for the length of the of the storm as it's approaching the american coastline <hes> so we're going to have all the elements of the u._s. Government <hes> the secretary of defense secretary of transportation secretary of commerce secretary of health and human services. It's really a whole of government effort and the president's.

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"hurricane dory" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane dory" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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Fierce Category 4 Dorian menaces Bahamas en route to Florida

Todd Schnitt

01:14 min | 1 year ago

Fierce Category 4 Dorian menaces Bahamas en route to Florida

"News hurricane Dorian continues to get stronger or it has strengthened again and has now reached category for intensity Edward Rappaport with the national hurricane center in Miami who says the stormy slow moving at this time the hurricane is moving towards the west northwest at about ten miles per hour it's located about five hundred and fifty miles off the Florida coast expected turn towards the west and then proceed towards the Florida coast maximum sustained winds now at near one hundred thirty miles per hour the state of Florida could be hit hard here are involuntary east of actuation orders for a handful of counties but no mandatory evacuation orders so far come Sunday that will likely change the governor of Florida issued a state of emergency for all sixty seven counties says he decided to do that because the precise path of the storm is still somewhat uncertain however the governor warns the intensity of the storm he's fairly certain officials expect this to be a major storm we've spoken to today say they plan to write out hurricane dory and others say they will lead but at this point they say it's hard to know what part of the state is going to be the safest boxes Alison Parker in Miami president trump saying you will keep an eye on Dorian from camp David what

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Trump cancelling Poland trip is a blow for ruling populists

KDWN Programming

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Trump cancelling Poland trip is a blow for ruling populists

"August president trump by deciding to cancel a planned trip to Poland that to deal with hurricane dory and it comes as a sharp blow to Poland's populist government the president instead sending a vice president Mike

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