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Tropical Storm Expected To Hit Louisiana This Weekend
"Radio well we're less than a week into hurricane season and the third tropical storm is approaching the Gulf coast tropical storm crystal ball is expected to make landfall in Louisiana as early as tomorrow night Jack Bevan a senior hurricane specialist at the national hurricane center in Miami says neighboring states could also feel the storm's impact hello the not have a classic tropical storm or hurricane structure so the second page where the center makes landfall is not going to get the worst impacts likely to occur will put east of where the center makes landfall so you've got the center makes landfall in Louisiana you could please significant impact as far east of Mississippi Alabama western Florida
Tropical Storm Bertha makes landfall on South Carolina's coast
"Dot com senior hurricane specialist Jack Bevan of the national hurricane center says tropical storm Bertha made landfall this morning on the South Carolina coast shortly after it formed it by its landfall near or just east of Mount Pleasant North Carolina a little bit to the east of the Charleston area was almost all storms with heavy rains several streets flooded in Charleston less than one thousand power outages were
"jack bevan" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Is news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. The clean up begins two days after hurricane Michael flattened communities along the Florida, panhandle more than a million and a half without power. The number of homes and businesses lost to great to tally. Six people were killed CBS's. Laura Podesta rescue teams are going door to door in Mexico Beach, Florida searching for survivors of hurricane Michael. I just started crying because the NIC Miami. I see people who have been through this before and understand the quiet. Tourist town took the brunt of the storms one hundred fifty five mile per hour. Winds lost their house. Everybody energy state officials say two hundred eighty five Mexico beach residents ignored the mandatory evacuation order after slicing through Georgia the Carolinas and Virginia tropical storm, Michael. And at sixty five mile an hour. Winds are moving out to sea Jack Bevan at the National Hurricane Center. Intensifying, but is it is intensifying is losing its tropical cyclone characteristics. It's actually becoming more nor'easter type blow of the Atlantic. After several months of talks, President Trump's lawyers are preparing written answers to questions from Robert Muller. Correspondent major Garrett. So thing in these questions given to the president's lawyers deal with anything under the description of obstruction of Justice. They're only about questions relating to cooperation or interaction with those acting on behalf of the Russian government or with links to the Russian government and only during the campaign, the president says he's reluctant to stop US arm. Mm sales to Saudi Arabia despite indications journalists Jamal kashogi was murdered inside the Saudi consulate and eastern bull say department spokeswoman, Heather Nauert's. We are all concerned about his whereabouts. We don't have any information on his whereabouts right now. Or what happened? The Washington Post says the Turkish government has told you as it has audio and video recordings to prove kashogi was tortured and dismembered nother deep dive for the Dow lost five hundred forty five points yesterday after closing down more than eight hundred on Wednesday market, strategist, Art, Hogan on what's worrying investor higher energy prices. The rich stronger we have input costs like steal a little better going up. We have concerns over trade and tariffs. They combined today loss five point two percent. Dow futures are up one Eighty-one Lindsey Buckingham, not a happy camper..
"jack bevan" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Hurricane Michael approaches. Powerful category. Four storm its sights set on the Florida panhandle expected to make landfall it after noon probably early in the middle part of the afternoon. At least that's when the center comes on shore. And we're expecting it to come shore advocating for hurricane could even be slightly stronger than it is right now the National Hurricane after John Cangelosi one of his colleagues, Jack Bevan says it flooding rains damaging winds not the only dangerous posed by the store you're expecting widespread. High storm surges along the coast of Florida possibly in the Appalachia bay area to the east where it makes landfall the searches could cause inundations at nine to thirteen feet above ground level and other widespread areas long before coast where the where the tides could be six to nine feet above normal ground level evacuation advisories and in some. Cases orders are in place. But despite that some insist on riding out the storm Denise hail works at a Panama City beach nursing home. So. Take care. Authorities are urging those who are advised or order to leave to do. So President Trump at a rally in Iowa last night. Administration is protecting ethanol right? That's what you want the administration moving to allow year round sales of gasoline with higher blends of the corn based fuel a boon for Iowa and other farm states to push for greater sales of ethanol Sears may be preparing to file for bankruptcy protection retail. Or adding a restructuring experts you it's board suggesting the company may be preparing to take drastic action to survive or to protect its remaining assets. On Wall Street this morning. Dow futures up five points, NASDAQ.
"jack bevan" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Day of October six minutes past the hour. The National Hurricane Center says Michael has become an extremely dangerous category. Four storm with landfall expected today. Michael's expected to become one of the panhandles worst hurricanes in memory, your senior, hurricane specialist, Jack Bevan situation with Michael is that is a dangerous major hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico is continuing to strengthen it's about two hundred miles south southwest of Appalachia coal Florida hits moving a northerly direction about twelve miles per hour. We expect the storm to continue northward to the next several hours then turn towards the north northeast during the day on Wednesday. And that forecast track will bring the system most likely in Linda were the Florida panhandle or possibly big bend areas on Wednesday. And then move more eastward across. Wins tonight and Thursday likely that Michael will be a category four hurricane before. It makes landfall on the Florida coast. We're expecting widespread. High swore surges along the coast of Florida possibly in the Appalachia bay area to the eastward makes landfall the searches could cause inundations of nine thirteen feet above ground level and other widespread areas along the Florida coast where the where the tides could be fixed to nine feet above normal ground little, yeah. As of this morning the category. Four storm has wind speeds up to one hundred forty miles per hour at the eye wall. As you heard there landfall expected today, roughly three hundred seventy five thousand people up and down the Gulf Coast have been urged or ordered to get out evacuation. Spanned twenty two counties from the panhandle into north central Florida. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo says he believes the goal of verifiable denuclearization of North Korea is within reach. Made brief remarks Tuesday after returning from the region. I wanna say two things.
"jack bevan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Florida's panhandle on Jack Callaghan. Fox News lunchtime today or shortly afterwards. Hurricane Michael expected to make landfall as a category. Four hurricane near Panama City, Florida with winds of one hundred thirty miles an hour and says Jack Bevan at the National Hurricane Center. A virtual wall of water rushing onshore. We are expecting widespread height storm surges along the coast of Florida possibly in the Appalachia bay area to the eastward makes landfall the searches could cause inundations at nine to thirteen feet of a ground level a category. Four storm will typically damage most roofs blow down most signs and demolish mobile homes. Florida's governor Rick Scott warning people in the storm surge warning areas to get out now, maybe clear hurricane Michael is going to hit very near to where we are in county as a dangerous and life threatening major hurricane. If you don't follow the warnings from these officials storm could kill you. They've been. Keeping weather records for one hundred sixty seven years never in that time has the panhandle been hit with a category. Four hurricane. The Federal Emergency Management agency has been staging personnel and equipment to respond as soon as the storm has passed is going to be on life saving, but our efforts going to be stabilisation of critical lifelines power and security, food, water and sheltering health and medical energy both power and fuel communications transportation and hazardous waste. I'm like last month's hurricane Florence. This. Storm is expected to move quickly curving to the northeast and exiting the Carolina coastline by late on Thursday. United Nations embassador Nikki Haley says it's been an honor therm a country. I love very much has really been a blessing, but she'll be leaving her post by year's end telling President Trump months ago, she needs a break the president praising embassador Haley says he'll laminate her replacements in.
"jack bevan" Discussed on 600 WREC
"News. I'm Carmen Roberts. Fear and dread in Florida as the strongest hurricane and panhandle. History is just hours away. This is a very dangerous life threatening. Hurricane senior hurricane specialist. Jack Bevan at the National Hurricane Center says hurricane Michael's intensified into an extremely dangerous category. Four storm with one hundred thirty mile an hour winds, but the worst damage will likely come from the storm surge which may reach thirteen feet in some areas all preparations against the landfall. Loss. Four New York. NHL games of note. Maple Leafs beat the star seventy four it was the sharks over the flyers eight to two jets by the kings two to one. Fox news. I'm Carmen Roberts. Fear and dread in Florida as the strongest hurricane and panhandle. History is just hours away. This is a very dangerous life threatening. Hurricane senior hurricane specialist. Jack Bevan at the National Hurricane Center says hurricane Michael's intensified into an extremely dangerous category. Four storm with one hundred thirty mile an hour winds, but the worst damage will likely come from the storm surge which may reach thirteen feet in some areas all preparations against the land falling major hurricane hurricane warning. Your you should be rushed to completion including evacuation. Whatever other precautions are necessary at this time Michaels expected to make landfall around lunchtime today and Canada's about to become the second and the largest country to legalize marijuana. Uruguay was the first at least one hundred nine pot shops may open across Canada a week from today. This is Fox News. This box thirteen weather update and FOX thirteen meteorologist Elizabeth Jim Moret. We've got mostly quiet evening. Few showers are possible for some across the mid south more rain, working through on Wednesday, scattered showers of storms are possible. Temperatures in the eighties but tracking much cooler air moving in by Thursday. We'll have this forecast for young good morning starting at four thirty six.
"jack bevan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Tropical storm Florence still thousand miles away churns toward the southeast coast of the US by late next week. It could be a category three or four hurricane. Governor Henry McMaster, says officials are planning for the worst. But not ordering evacuations just yet North Carolina declare declared a state of emergency yesterday. We know that a hurricane is coming in our direction, we know that it is a strong. We know that we do not know what the chances are that it will hit us or if so what kind of blow are aware, and we don't know precisely win meteorologist did currency says Florence is gaining. Strength and could be a major hurricane by the time. It reaches the United States sometime next week. It's movement is very slow to the west at about seven miles per hour. But the rapid intensification means that will grow to a major hurricane early in the week. Meanwhile, the other side of the nation Hawaii's governor is asking President Trump to declare a major disaster for hurricane lane, which battered the states last month lane, flooding homes and schools triggering landslides. Is it dumped torrential rain on the big island? Dan, Kawai the hurricane strong winds fueling wildfires on the big island recording more than fifty two inches of rain during the storm hurricane Norman is currently passing Hawaii to the northeast while hurricane Olivia is expected to approach the state early next week in what is a very active Pacific hurricane season. Jack Bevan with the National Hurricane Center is unusual. So many. Topical storms and hurricanes. Come close to Hawaii. But it has happened before the state seeking help from federal grants and other programs to cover the damage caused by the storm WBZ news time, four thirty three..
Nicolas Maduro, President and National Hurricane Center discussed on Overnight Talk
"The president for more federal aid hurricane. Hector is far from land right now but it is packing a punch and heading toward Hawaii Jack Bevan with the National Hurricane Center at the present time, it is a category four hurricane winds. Of one hundred and thirty miles per hour located about. Fourteen hundred miles. East southeast of Hilo Hawaii Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro emerged on his country's national TV hours after what he called an attempt against his life. And pointed blame at far right elements the BBC's lebeau. To seek a reports President Maduro was in the middle, of his televised speech when this happened The camera. Shakes his wife.
"jack bevan" Discussed on KQED Radio
"From npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly president trump says you can't go wrong with any of the four judges he's considering to replace retiring us supreme court justice anthony kennedy the president is expected to announce his nominee tonight npr sarah mccamman says the president has many factors to consider he has to balance appealing to the base against just confirm ability and the reality is though all of these nominees potential nominees have been vetted by conservative groups so don't getting some pushback from democrats no matter who's chosen this will be trump's second nominee to the supreme court has i neal gorsuch was confirmed by the senate last year the reuters news agency reports a fifth boy has been rescued from a flooded cave and thailand four were freed yesterday forecasters say the remnants of tropical storm beryl will bring rain and wind to puerto rico and the virgin islands and the threat of flooding and mud slides but the storm is no longer a major threat jack bevan is at the national hurricane center in florida the impacts will not be all that great but they will know that a weather system is going by the area but it's not going to be the equivalent of getting hit by a hurricane or tropical storm by that time the remnants of barrel are expected to move south of the island sparrow had been this year's i named hurricane in the atlantic dominica is dealing with the rain and wind today i'm dave mattingly npr news in washington on the next fresh air the omega principal paul greenberg the award winning author of four fish writes in his new book about the science behind fish oil supplements and how the harvesting of the tiny fish who supply that and other industries is having a ripple effect leading the less healthy and bountiful oceans join us.
"jack bevan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Cbs news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief i'm tom foty following the death of a volunteer rescue diver there will be no immediate attempt at an underwater evacuation of that cave in thailand that has been a dangerous home to a dozen boys and their soccer coach for more than two weeks no attempt now despite the threat of more rain soon with continue to pump water out of the cave before those rain start trying to get the water level down to the point where if they do have to rescue the boys most of their journey out of the cave would be with their heads above water they're trying to avoid is a situation where they have to put dive masks on their face and actually have them dive underwater for a long period of time to escape the cave that is something that trained navy seals do and a trained former navy seal died doing it here yesterday reporting from the scene near the cave cbs news correspondent ben tracy also in thailand off its costa search effort underway for twenty three people still missing in a tour boat wreck that took at least thirty three lives and at least twenty seven people have died dozens more missing after heavy rains let the flooding in south western japan islands in the caribbean could be in the path of the atlantic seasons first hurricane hurricane barrel still far enough out but jack bevan at the national hurricane center says what the impact from puerto rico would be at this time the current forecast track has a system going south puerto rico it is more of an issue for some of the island's tilles at the present time puerto rico of course still far from recovered after those major storms last year in western states the weather is hot hotter and well i can't believe it's as hot the weather hit the midwest finally made it out to california where it belongs but it's very hot triple digit hot in parts of southern california as that whole region copes with dozens of wildfires president trump plans a major television production for his supreme court nomination announcement monday night until then he gives.
"jack bevan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In los angeles meantime the atlantic season has its first hurricane hurricane barrel potentially threatening island still struggling to recover from last year storms eighty miles per hour there is possibility for some strengthening during the next couple of days senior hurricane specialist jack bevan at the national hurricane center in asia in southwestern japan at least fifteen people are reported dead about fifty missing after heavy rains and floods and not a thailand correspondent ben tracy outside the entrance to that long flooded cave where a dozen boys and their soccer coach remain trapped after more than two weeks one rescue volunteer has died the situation remains very dangerous billionaire elon musk says that he's going to send engineers from spacex and specialists in boring tunnels here to thailand to see if they can be of any assistance oxygen is getting very tight inside that cave and the threat of more rain not could mean more internal flooding also in thailand the search is on for twentythree missing tourists in the wreck of a tour boat sank in a storm off a southern island thirtythree people died turning now to the escalating tensions between the us in china in overall trade terms the new tariffs on each other those are relatively minor but china's just one trade dispute the trump administration has kicked off so there are affected us sectors economic and regional the two largest importers of colorado's agricultural products candidate in mexico are retaliating with tears of their own to counter increased tariffs imposed by the trump administration and that's making colorado's two billion dollar farming industry very unhappy somewhere trading partners have questioned whether we're going to be reliable trading partner and then that is forcing him to start looking at other options for the colorado farm bureau's carlisle currier says profits have fallen below the break even point stephan kaufman cbs news denver was the co creator of one of the most iconic characters in comic books now movies i visualized in nineteen sixty two by artists steve ditka who has died in new york he.
"jack bevan" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"The midwest and east coping with dangerous levels of heat now it is the west where there already are dozens of heat fueled wildfires burning from texas west to the pacific coast most every firefighter who is available is working or on standby this weekend they have people at the ready they have planes at the ready their fire department at the ready helicopters they gotta get on these fires quick when they start that's how they're going to keep control of them if they're late to a fire it could get out of control it could continue to grow and that's what they don't want just news correspondent carter evans in los angeles meantime the atlantic season has its first hurricane barrel threatening islands still struggling to recover from last year storms eighty miles per hour there is possibility for some strengthening during the next couple of days senior hurricane specialist jack bevan at the national hurricane center in asia in south western japan at least fifteen people are reported dead about fifty missing after heavy rains and floods they're not thailand correspondent ben tracy outside the entrance to that long flooded cave where dozen boys and their soccer coach remain trapped after more than two weeks near elon musk says that he's going to send engineers from spacex and specialists in boring tunnels here to thailand to see if they can be any assistant one rescue volunteer has died the situation remains very dangerous oxygen getting tied inside that gave the threat of more rain which could mean more internal flooding also in thailand the search resuming for twentythree missing tourists in the wreck of a tour boat that sank in a storm off a southern island thirty three people died turning now to the escalating tension between the us and china in overall trade terms the new tariffs they're clamping on each other relatively minor but china's just one trade dispute about the trump administration kicked off there are already affected us sectors economic and reach a regional largest importers and colorado's agricultural products candidate in mexico are retaliating with tariffs of their own to counter increased tariffs imposed by the trump administration and that's making colorado's two billion dollar farming industry very unhappy trading partners have questioned whether we're going to be reliable trading partner and then that is forcing him to start looking at other options for the colorado.
California, Jack Bevan and Saint Bartholomew discussed on
"Tainer that's a very big concern because we're like an oven today with low humidity and strong winds la county fire inspector david michael says the wind really causes a lot of trouble fire of predictable very difficult to be able to fight meantime residents all across southern california have to worry about the wildfires and they have to figure out how to stay cool they get the workout stunning quickly that's for sure early he don't go early it's too hot at least some relief from the california aids expected on sunday the atlantic seasons first hurricane barrel is headed for a weekend push into the eastern caribbean jack bevan's with the national hurricane center hurricane watch in effect for the a tropical storm watch in effect for the islands of martinique guadeloupe saint martin and saint bartholomew from the big storm threatens island still struggling to recover from last year's storms puerto rico's governor has declared a state of emergency the washington post reports twitter has sharply escalated its battle against fake and suspicious accounts suspending more than one million accounts a day in recent months major shift or lessen the flow of disinformation on the platform cbs news technology analyst larry magazine many of the the count that are being taken off line are actually fake accounts or box that automatically tweet in some cases thousands of times a day motivations can be economic they take an awfully political including four and attempts to try to influence american election is the rate of account suspensions has more than doubled since october on wall street the dow jones industrial average gained nearly a hundred points the s and p five hundred was up twenty three the nasdaq climbed nearly a.
Royal Canadian, Alberta and Calgary discussed on KIRO Nights
"Our presented by theraworx relief i've sam litzinger summer's in full blast across much of the country triple digit temperatures in southern california for example the heat along with drought conditions are making it tough for crews battling dozens of wildfires across the west cbs news correspondent carter evans says a california fire burning near the oregon border has turned deadly firefighters remain on edge as reports came in throughout the day of popup fires fanned by hot dry winds in northern california near the oregon border officials say a fast moving wildfire there has now claimed the life at least a dozen homes have been destroyed campfires have been banned in colorado's rocky mountain national park because of the fire risk the atlantic seasons first hurricane barrel seems headed for a weekend push into the eastern caribbean threatening islands still struggling to recover from last year's storms jack bevan at the national hurricane center is tracking it appear favorable for this system tropical storm what impact it will have on land in high surf at this point is still a bit open the question puerto rico's governor has declared a state of emergency ahead of the storm justin case even though the first shots have been fired in a trade war between the us and china wall street traders decided instead to focus today on encouraging jobs report cbs news correspondent steven portnoy says there is concern for the longer term though the president insists the move is necessary to combat chinese theft of american technical knowhow as a communist's brace for a trade war mister trump warns the twenty five percent tariff imposed today on thirty four billion dollars worth of goods could soon be followed by tariffs on two hundred billion dollars more and three hundred billion more after that beijing says it's hitting back adding previously warned it would target us soybeans cars and whiskey johnny calls this the biggest trade war in economic history there's been an arrest in connection with the bus crash that killed sixteen members of canadian junior hockey team back in april major crime investigators arrested the driver of the semi trailer unit jazz karite siddhu at twenty nine year old male from calgary alberta curtis ablock you with the royal canadian mounted police sidu faces sixteen counts of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing death thirteen counts of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing bodily injury the washington post reports twitter has sharply escalated its battle against fake and suspicious accounts suspending more than a million accounts per day in recent months the major shift to reduce the flow of disinformation on the platform on wall street the dow gained nearly one hundred points the s and p five hundred was up twenty three the nasdaq climbed nearly.
"jack bevan" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of the two thousand eighteen tony awards from npr news in washington i windsor johnston sub tropical depression alberto is moving away from the gulf coast but the storm is still bringing heavy rain and flash flooding to parts of the southeast we expect a general nor for the northbound westward motion for the next couple of days is we'll take the system across central and northern alabama this morning to see in ohio valleys during the rest of today and tonight eventually into the southern great leaks area national hurricane specialist jack bevan alberta was blamed for the deaths of two television journalists who were killed by a falling tree in north carolina last night for the fourth consecutive year it will be the golden state warriors against the cleveland cavaliers in the nba finals last night the warriors beat the houston rockets wanna one to ninety two in game seven of the western conference finals npr's tom goldman reports houston was great and golden state abysmal in the first half way reversed after halftime as the warriors steph curry and kevin durant put on a shooting clinic while the rockets missed twentyseven straight three point shots cleveland won the nba's eastern conference golden state hosts game one of the finals thursday night stocks are trading lower on wall street at this hour the dow was down three hundred fifty points the nasdaq down forty the s and p five hundred down thirty this is npr news eight forty three now and time for a listener perspective people are complicated things and.
"jack bevan" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Hi i'm danny ru host of real gm radio where every week i go indepth on nba basketball through conversations with some of the brightest basketball minds out there including kevin pelton nate duncan chris harrington bontemps and team experts from all around the league we try to separate the truth from the noise for players teams and nba draft prospects alike with a focus on the basketball itself if you want to know what is coming next in the nba and why there's no better place to turn than the weekly episodes of real gm read you can find us exclusively at podcast one sports dot com the new podcast one out and don't forget to subscribe rate and review on apple podcasts i'm rita foley with ap news minute police in belgium have killed an attacker who stole weapons from two police officers and shot them in a bystander dead charles de la desma reports from overseas official of the federal prosecutor's office has told associated press that indications that the shooting could be a terror attack president trump is tweeting confirmation that a top north korean official is coming to the us for talks on a nuclear weapon summit alberto is a depression now expected to don't maybe eight inches of rain on parts of florida alabama georgia tennessee and the carolinas the national hurricane center jack bevan person l burto is moving through central alabama is a little while ago it was about thirty miles west would come rela pamela moving nor for westward at about thirteen miles per hour forecasters say heavy rain could kill people caught him flash floods in the coming days in alabama georgia tennessee and the carolinas i'm rita foley.
Opec, Alberto and Louisiana discussed on The Joe Pags Show
"National average price for gas is up regular now twenty five percent higher than it was this time last year two ninety seven a gallon almost three dollars gas prices could eventually come back down as opec says it plans to produce more oil the hurricane seasons first named storm could bring some heavy rain to gulf states next week alberto is a subtropical storm at this time we do have a tropical storm watch in effect for portions of the northern gulf coast from southeastern louisiana to the florida panhandle jack bevan with the national hurricane center says that storm is expected to make landfall sometime monday fox news we report you decide.
"jack bevan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Miss it wbz news time eight thirty eight now bloomberg business the movie theater industry doesn't know quite what to make of it a company called movie passes charging under ten dollars for a pass that allows you to go to the movies as many times as you want in a month mujber entertainment reporter unusual sukur he says the rollout of that deal was rocky company will compete lee overwhelmed and can keep up with demand movie pass only had 9 employees quickly boosted that number to thirty five but there are bigger issues at stake movie past pace theaters the ticket price every time a passholder goes to the movies how can it make money one possibility getting a share of profits from movie theater concessions in it happened spent much money on the cricket lauren popcorn the company also wants to word'money money by aggregating data on moviegoers habits and by selling advertising and selling merchandise but the movie industry is up in arms the head of twentieth century fox's movie studio calls the business wacky and worries of will cheapen the value of movie tickets and they amc is threatening lawsuit i'm geoff and your bloomberg business on wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news time eight thirty nine hurricane maria now category two is over the western atlantic about five hundred thirty miles southsoutheast of cape hatteras north carolina forecaster jack bevan says there is no threat to the us at least not this weekend there is a possibility that the hurricane may threaten parts of the north carolina and perhaps other parts of the mid atlantic coast where you four days for male but it's still too early to pinpoint what areas might perceive be most impact he says even if the hurricane does not make landfall it probably will geno eight big swells.
"jack bevan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Elections chancellor angela merkel is expected to win but many are troubled by the simultaneous rise of a hard rightwing party that is expected to make big gains good morning i'm carrie nolan the rise of that party's provoking a conversation around free speech in germany one comedian says he finds it strange that in the us you can't curse on the air but neonazis can demonstrate in the streets isn't it weird don't you guys thing that you have your priorities are wrong in this thing it's kind of weird and still have those cardboard eclipse glasses were last month will one organization wants them we'll tell you about it and good by summer fall arrives this afternoon it's friday september 22nd this is morning edition on wnyc live from npr news in washington on core of a coleman the national hurricane center says the eye of hurricane maria is very close to the turks and caicos islands senior hurricane specialist jack bevan says maria as heavy rain is problematic birth of potential rubel kirkman quicko eight thirteen issue the rain will mark from amount of 2008 which grow significantly firstquarter quarter flooding there is potential for nine recoil foot storm thirdround some of the island the pentagon were of a yard what we have the eye of a hurricane have become poorer hurricane maria knocked out all power to puerto rico and the us version island of st crew away millions of.
"jack bevan" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission
"News this hour for power pole got ta i'm rich thomason president trump no fan of the iran nuclear deal as saying whether the us will stick with the heat give his version mr trump during a qna session today at un headquarters in new york as he sat alongside israel's prime minister president says the us killing give pulling out all the stops in a bid to cement an israeli palestinian peace agreement this is mr trump's debut with a un earlier he made a pitch the truth is a major changes and the way the world body does business on the campaign trail trump blasted the un as incompetent in his debut address at the un he said it has noble goals but has not fulfilled its potential because of bureaucracy and mismanagement he's crazy a fresh reform effort that'll focus the un moron on people and says the us will be a partner the united nations will emerge as a stronger more effective more just and greater force for peace and harmony and the world he'll give a full address to the general assembly tomorrow saga magoni washington hurricane jose could make its presence felt on the mid atlantic i new england coast says it passes north in the coming day there's possibilty of winds of over forty miles per hour the high floor with the danger it the circular current conditions and possibly up a three to five inches of rain the national hurricane center's jack bevan another storm hurricane maria threatening islands of the eastern caribbean but a fourth day of protests on the streets of saint louis peaceful so far today but even what happened last night the city is not edge on wall street this hour the dow up about sixty five points the nasdaq ahead one and the sp 500.
"jack bevan" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"Mm oklahoma's media company von news starts now cbs news subject jaylen on the road in the florida keys ma wife freaked out at the last moment and she was him with me or without may so uh yeah i guess i had to get on the road hurricane erma expected there before dawn tomorrow rain already falling now in south florida jack bevan's national hurricane soon have rain ban moving on shore we've had wind gusted timed fifty miles per hour than five and a half million people in florida being told to evacuate we are in now the final hours of people actually been able to safely leave their homes evacuate their homes and move north as the day goes by the winds will get stronger the rains will come and by the seething it really will not be that safe for people to leave they really have only a few hours left to make that decision to evacuate their homes steve futterman cbs news tampa i'm jim krasula while the coast of the carolinas may be spared a direct hit from hurricane erma the storm could still caused big problems north carolina governor roy cooper impacts include potential flash floods tornadoes power outages landslides in the mountainous already battered caribbean islands preparing for the next hurricane that's hosts as us virgin islands governor kenneth map who still have to prepare our community four at least rains and may be mild wins but we don't need the water we don't need the wins.
"jack bevan" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Well the entire housing stock was damage still it category five strength hurricane erba passing north of puerto rico overnight now lashing the northern shore of the dominican republic next up for the storm the turks so the keiko said that the bahamas and by sunday possibly south florida but at the national hurricane center meteorologist jack bevan says snubbed sure thing yet we do have the computer guy but want picking keep it all short so it is to the ev florida so it vic forecast tracking it very close the florida in the eu three to five date frame florida's governor rick scott urging residents to prepare for a direct yet whether it comes sort i do not sit and wait a pair right now now don't watch the path assume right now it's been impact the entire state the house has approved nearly eight billion dollars in money for hurricane harvey relief sent the bill to the senate or a temporary increase in the debt ceiling will be tacked on the president and the senate and house democrat leadership agreed to a threemonth continuing resolution and a debt ceiling entered december i will be adding that as an amendment to the flood relief a bill that come over from the house at has matured legal majority leader mitch mcconnell the house would have to approve the change many republicans in the house are not happy about it house speaker paul ryan at one point accusing the democrats of playing politics with flood relief fox news fair and balanced.