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Chicago Weather: Scattered Showers Linger
"Most of great weather to close out this week. Jetstream level winds continue to push cloud cover and moisture up from the southwest to the Chicago forecasts. 61 at the lakeshore. For tonight, with rain chances going up and arriving from the Southwest. Mostly cloudy Friday morning. Showers High 68 Saturday scattered thunderstorms in the mid seventies Sunday mostly sunny
Can the Midwest expect more derechos?
"That durant show that tour across Iowa and Illinois August tenth flattened as much as fourteen million acres of cropland seventy to one hundred plus mile an hour winds blew down trees and power lines more than half a million islands lost power some for more than a week. The word the ratio means straight ahead in. Spanish these massive straight line wind events travel more than two hundred and fifty miles and produce wind gusts over. Seventy five miles an hour. Why is the Upper Midwest climatological hotspot for these massive windstorms that howl for hundreds of Miles Victor Seaney is a professor with Northern Illinois University specializing in severe storms. Hi Victor Welcome to climate cast. Thanks for having me on. Paul what stands out to you about that August tenth Rachel probably the number of wind reports that we had over seventy five miles per hour usually when these jobs occurred you. Can get widespread fifty to sixty mile per hour winds. But as we saw in several cities in Eastern, Iowa in Northern Illinois and even into the Chicago land area, this particular day Joe was producing winds in excess along its path of seventy five miles per hour. Obviously, the wind speed gets higher. So does the damage we all know about Tornado Alley and there's also a higher donate show frequency there but the radio frequency is Also high here in the Upper Midwest and the southern Great Lakes right it is an actually if you had to pick one city on the map that experiences more durations than anywhere else in the United States, it would be sort of Rockford Illinois Northern Illinois here is really ground zero for the shows and it really goes back to the ingredients that you need in order to get these types of long live windstorms we've. Had some historic data shows in the Upper Midwest? The Boundary Waters Blow Down Fourth of July nineteen ninety nine is something people here in Minnesota remember what is it about the summertime atmosphere over the Upper Midwest? That's conducive to durant chose well, for those of us who live up here in the summer we know it's the heat and humidity, and of course, you have heat and humidity present on many days in the summertime. But what really differentiates from a direct show, Dave versus a normal thunderstorm day are these bigger disturbances that moved through the atmosphere and a lot of vertical wind shear strong jetstream overhead that all comes together to create a very favorable atmosphere for these rages. The bulk of evidence seems to suggest that climate change doesn't show strong links to the intensity of d'auray chose why is that? It's not that it doesn't show strong relationships is. That it's sort of unknown in that we have a lot of errors right now with our experiments in the models that we have that can project into the future the potential changes. Our best guess right now is that the amount of days that we're going to have in the future that having this extreme heat and humidity will increase, but it's sort of unclear if that's GONNA translate to more of these types of Drake Joe. Windstorms is there any evidence that Rachel climatology could shift northward as the climate warms there are certainly studies out there that show northward shift in what we call the mid latitude jetstream and these types of phenomenon in theory should shift with that northward shifting jet. Again, these are attribution type of studies that will need to be retested in the future and continue to be tested with new data before I think we can say anything. More robust about what we're going to expect with these types of storms. I don't think there's a rating system for Rachel's how would you rate that one that crossed Iowa into Illinois on August tenth this particular Drake Shift you had to ask me is probably one intend to one in fifteen year event across the Midwest Professor Victor Jen, Seaney with Northern Illinois University. Thanks so much for being on climate cast today. Thanks for having me.
Does climate change make predicting the weather more difficult?
"This week's climate cast taking on just a bit of a different format because all a week we're answering your questions about climate change and who better to answer some of them then climate cast host and chief meteorologist. Paul Hunter Hi Paul Hi Tom we just heard from Maryvale Bennell of cottage grove so you study climate change regularly predict the weather as a meteorologist. what do you know what do you need to tell us that climate change in forecasting while Mary that's a great question and there is evidence that climate change is affecting jetstream patterns Jennifer Francis us at Rutgers University one of the premier authors of theory called Arctic amplification and here's how it works basically the polls we know are warming more rapidly even the equator and it's that difference in temperature that drives jetstream so that mix a slower more erratic jetstream loopier jetstream it can mean slower wetter storms and quicker more intense droughts and that can be more difficult for meteorologists to forecast it also produces changing precipitation in Patterns More Water Vapor in the atmosphere can mean heavier rain and snow events so sometimes we have to goose our predictions and take that into account a little bit an atmosphere. That's one degree. Fahrenheit warmer holds about four to five percent more water vapor and that can pool and produce twenty to thirty percent more rainfall in storms. That's something they discovered with a study of Hurricane Harvey a couple of years ago. What about when it comes to winter whether it's cold or snow forecasting which is always the tricky business anyway yeah. It's hard enough to start one of the highest degree of difficulty forecast. There is here's the thing about Minnesota and climate change. We know that winters are warming warming faster than any other season in Minnesota. It's warmed about five degrees in Minnesota since one thousand nine hundred seventy in the winter but it still plenty cold enough for snow and winter impacts include more moisture that works into winter systems to and that gives us the potential for heavier snowfall you use models allot in in forecasting is climate change affecting the way you use those or what they tell you well. It's something we have to adapt to because forecast models developed under a different set of atmospheric assumptions and so a numerical model orders have to play catch up to a new set of climate and atmospheric assumptions Tom now let's let's talk about the bigger picture here what's going on at the UN in New York all week this happens but what is different about the topics wchs and the discussion this year as you see it at the climate summit yeah many of these previous meetings have been about science about the state of the atmosphere right this this one is the UN climate action summit so it's not just a science and predictions but it also goes to how does the world actually get to the twenty thirty and twenty fifty carbon goals that these IPC reports have dictated need to happen so some of these notes are from the UN climate action summit page and areas. They're going to be focusing on this week finance. How do you mobilize public and private sources of finance to decarbonised is our economy energy and industry transitions and how do we accelerate the shift away from fossil fuels toward renewable energy and nature based solutions. How do you reduce emissions by changing the way we use is our forests and agricultural systems and also cities and local action advancing mitigation and resilience at the urban and local levels Tom so all all of these things are basically come to all right. We know the atmosphere needs us to reduce carbon and reduce it quickly. How do we actually make that happen and sustain a thriving economy and a sustainable planet
How Accurate Are Those Winter Forecasts?
"Good are those winter forecasts. I'm NPR chief meteorologist. Just Paul Hutton here. This is climate cast one thing we know for sure in Minnesota. Winter is coming so how much and long-range climate forecasters really tell us about this upcoming winter. Let's ask Pete Boulay from the Minnesota. DNR climate working group Hi Pete Great to talk with you again. Ed Great to be Your Ball. We know the first of Minnesota's two seasons road construction is winding down right so that must mean winter is coming. I checked with no other climate prediction center and they don't suggest any trends for a warmer or colder winter right absolutely the there's not much direction this year for temperature sure at all so they went with the three sided coin equal chances above normal or below temperatures and so that's how they break down these forecasts tell us a little a little bit about that whether waited for one direction or the other so there could be a little bit of a tilt for above normal or below normal and then their confidence level increases from there air every ten percent so rarely. DC A real extreme on either case for Minnesota least let's talk about what some call the Blob that unusually warm bubble of water in the eastern Pacific off the west coast is back it happened in twenty fourteen and my sense of it atmospherically as it supports warm weather in California that puts us downstream often the northwest flow potentially could mean plenty of cold outbreaks sure and that's the real key. There's a big difference where that gentle setup so to the north and east of that jet will be cold south and west of the jet will be warm and you know one thing to look for to that's happening. This fall is warm water temperatures all around Alaska Aska Alaska's got a very good chance of having a very warm fall so the longer that persist the less chance will have forgetting some real extreme cold air because of cold air has gotta gotta come from somewhere and it felt in the Arctic in Alaska stays warm. Our Pool of cold air will be somewhat limited as you look at the atmospheric factors this winter. What indicators do you see. That might give us a clue about how this winter could unwind. One factor is you know overall trends have been for increased precipitation in the winter in general so last last nine out of ten winters have had above normal precipitation. That's meteorological winner December through February. I call the almanacs the worst of the weather they're terrorists because they always seem to predict the worst winter ever every year and I see their long-term. Accuracy is about fifty fifty at best. What about the no outlooks outlooks. What's the state of the Science of seasonal climate prediction. The farmer's ALMANAC have my mom and her friends terrorize just petrified with fear with this winter the thing it's going to be the worst ever and it really doesn't look like it will be I look back in the last couple of years from the climate prediction center's. I'll look for the winter see how well they did. Last last winter they were banking on a war were the normal and a dry winter and it turned out to be normal to cool very wet so they didn't do so good for eighteen thousand nine the year before that they said cool and wet and it turned out to be normal in cool and normal the wet so I'll give him a pass and that when they did okay so sometimes I do pretty good and sometimes they you might as well go with just the opposite so anything could happen and it is a very difficult process isn't it. I mean the Tele connections that we talk about out in the atmosphere. How warm water in the Pacific or jetstream patterns will affect winter or a season is pretty hard to pin down. An atmosphere is very fickle fickle. Where were those storm set up. You can build on a winter by getting a early snow. Cover a long duration snow cover and that adds to the coolness It's it's like a puzzle with some of the pieces missing seems like climatologist people lay with the Minnesota. DNR climate working group. Thanks for your perspective on climate cast today
Global Warming Has Unexpected Effects On Weather
"January twenty nineteen and Arctic win escape from split pool of vortex and blew through the North American continent for several days. It was a strange event to witness, not least for the fact that earth's changing climate has recently been linked to a different class of extreme events, such as scorching temperatures and raging wildfires. Blizzards and icy. Weather may seem out of place in a warming world. So how do we explain cold weather in the time of global warming? The short answer is to differentiate climate from weather climate represents the long term average pattern of fluctuations in temperature precipitation air pressure. And so on the individual, they fluctuations are instances of weather, Goba warming, originally referred to how trapped greenhouse gases in earth's atmosphere led to warmer temperatures for the planet, while record highs are one affect the build up of carbon and methane gases also lead to more extreme weather in summer and. Winter nudge, just hotter, weather. Of course, it was warmer temperatures in the Arctic that caused a Jetstream tickets wildy detour to the continent in the first place. But then the continental US got the brunt of the unstable polar hair all the while the rest of the world. Doing those January days was abnormally hot such forces will do more than drive. Temperatures up and down though. The polar jet streams rely on the difference between Arctic and tropical air to drive them. Physicists have noted that as the climate warms, Jetstream slowdown, and this makes them wavier that Hines the probability that cold Arctic air. Bring harsher winters to North America. This moment of science comes from Indiana, University. We're on the web at a moment of science dot org. I'm Don glass.
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"Sponsored by Jetstream airport parking number one, the toughest abortion rules in the nation are now law in Alabama, the new restrictions maker forming any abortion, at any stage of pregnancy, a felony never to two corrections officers at current from hold the city's largest prisoner being charged with punching and kicking an inmate repeatedly for no reason. Charges include depriving, the inmate of his constitutional right to be free from unreasonable force, and the third thing. Nascar fans came out in force today to see their favorite race car drivers on the streets at Philadelphia. More from KYWZ John mcdevitt, seventeen NASCAR drivers met with bands signing autographs and posing for pictures. Among the drivers Tyler Riddick chase Briscoe and Cole Custer. I love science. That's eighteen rolled Avantis Walker west Philadelphia. He wants to be a NASCAR driver. One day is currently working with a team and eventually go to the NASCAR institute, North Carolina says there is no other career, he would rather pursue on American. You know, personally you grow up African American people live without you. Liam record you guys home. And I'm like, I'm gonna work of holy. Demonstration's of wheel changing and burnouts. Carson streets doing some laps around city. All NASCAR was in town promoting upcoming raises at the Pocono raceway and Dover International Speedway. John mcgibbin, KYW NewsRadio. Campaign twenty nineteen on KYW NewsRadio. Philadelphia's district attorney says a special task force will be keeping an eye on the polls next Tuesday, looking for illegal electioneering. Hey, why use more Abrahams has more? So seventy people assistant D as in specially assigned to tech will hit the street at seven AM when the polls open next Tuesday, they'll remain on duty until eight PM or the last person online votes Andrew well. Brock and assistant ta who oversees the task force says one of the biggest complaints it has received in past. Elections is electioneering which is campaigning to close to Opole. It is a very large ballot this time around, and they'll be many candidates outside of polling places. It's important to remember that as long as they are ten feet away from the doors. They are fine. We often get questions about the distance is ten feet. Well, Brock says the task force will be looking for irregularities and relying on the public for tips. We're concerned with crimes. You see something that does not look like it should be a Colonel election day. Please call us that goes for voters that goes for the board workers, and it goes for poll watchers working on behalf of candidates. The task force is setting up a hotline for the day. More about that, at our website, KYW, NewsRadio dot com. It's intercity. Marc Abrahams, KYW NewsRadio. The United States continues to make things tougher for Venezuela's. Embattled leader Nicolas Madura day, the US banned all flights between the two nations. No passenger and cargo flights can take place between the US and Venezuela. That was the decision reached by secretary of transportation, Elaine Chao and the acting secretary of homeland security the order. Applies to foreign based airlines as well. The reason safety concerns, the announcement came after embattled leader, nNcholas, Medeiros government took action against Moore opposition figures in the national assembly Venezuela's Supreme Court accused four opposition members of treason. The move came days after ten other elected representatives were accused of treason. And the vice president of the national assembly was arrested. I'm Steve Kastenbaum. A new study reveals why trampoline parks are so dangerous Virginia engineer. Dr peak pit coast says the way many trampolines are bound together in these parks can create an unsafe transfer of energy, not lend itself to a number of emergency room visits. Correspondent Meg Oliver has more. We found there is energy transferred between trampoline bev's. It's really one big trampoline. Dr Pete code measured. How much force a two hundred and twenty pound dad could transfer into his thirty pounds son on a surface that's constantly changing what we notice is the father transferring into the sun four hundred pounds of force. But the bigger number is how fast that forces actually provided this getting hit with a hammer Utah. Trauma surgeon, Dr Craig cook says he has treated about one hundred patients with severe trampoline park injuries, broken legs, spinal fractures, and head trauma type of injuries that we'd see with high-velocity type of trauma, motor vehicle crash, you know, ninety. Miles an hour that rolls or a motorcycle accident were victims thrown off their motorcycle in the fly one hundred feet over a five year period. People reported more than fifteen thousand injuries at trampoline parks nationwide. It's nine fifty congress has Boeing has a lot of explaining to do. I'm Linda Kenyon on Capitol Hill. That's coming up in the next five minutes on KYW NewsRadio we adjust on our taxes it was depressing. I mean, we earn good money but we're always behind in bills. So we met with this financial adviser who found to huge problems unplanned expenses like home repairs and medical bills and.
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"By Jetstream airport parking parents of toddler in Delaware County are facing charges after the boy was found at a seven eleven about a half mile away from home. They twenty year old Brookhaven woman faces off salt charges after a Saint PAT's celebration turns into a drunken brawl and this third thing to know a high school yearbook adviser is suspended after photos were altered in the yearbook. And now that person is suing the district. It's a dispute over pro-trump photos in a school yearbook teacher, Susan Parsons has sued. The wall township New Jersey school district after she was suspended after photos of two students in a yearbook were altered to delete President Trump's name from their clothing Parsons says the district asked for the changes, then set her up to take the blame. She says she got death threats and was subsequently not allowed to explain the situation to the media. The lawsuit also says the district routinely forced Parsons to edit yearbook photos to alter anything that could be deemed controversial Matt piper. CBS news, the Trump White House, arguing the Mola report should be the end of it is taken up taking another step. To thwart house. Democrats looking to follow up on investigations. President Trump has said his team will fight all subpoenas. More from correspondent Bob Costantini. The original making of another tug of war between the Trump White House. Democrats in the house of representatives from went house counsel, Don Mcgann has been instructed to not comply with a subpoena for documents sought by the House Judiciary committee mcgann's attorney rights to the committee. The appropriate response for Mr. Mcgann is to maintain the status quo unless and until the committee and the executive branch can reach an accommodation. That's an invitation to discussion seeking compromise Mcgann is a central figure in what Democrats want to explore since the Muller report paints him as refusing the president's directive to fire Mueller. Mr. Trump says that's not a true story. Democrats would be expected to ask again, if they get a chance whether it is true. Bob Costantini, the White House. It's seven forty seven Philadelphia teenager has admitted to killing a man last year near to Coney creek. It would used Kristen Johanson reports. From the criminal Justice center. David were Lee says.
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"By Jetstream airport parking. Then men were arrested in an undercover sting operation in Delaware County. Then thought they were meeting with a teenager for sex. In fact, they were chatting with a cop men now face charges of tempted rape of child and attempted statutory sexual assault. The former dean fired from the FOX school of business at temple university. After a national rankings scandal sued the university claiming they unfairly tournament his reputation and finally Facebook says it's removing people in organizations from its site that deems dangerous more from correspondent Jim Rupe? Facebook says there is quite a process before a person or organization is considered dangerous. But the bottom line is anyone or any group that engages in or promotes violence and hate for example, Louis Farrakhan's, accused of using anti semitic language and right wing conspiracy. Theorist Alex Jones has promoted what has been called the. White genocide theory. Facebook says it will also dumb pages groups and accounts for to promote or represent the people who are bad. The billionaire founder of pharmaceutical company and four other top executives were found guilty of racketeering in connection with the distribution of drugs that contributed to the opioid addiction crisis in America. It took fifteen days for the jury to reach the first of its kind verdict insists CEO and founder John Kapoor was found guilty of conspiracy and racketeering. The company's former national sales director to regional sales directors and a former VP were also found guilty. The case centered on offensively based pain medication called subsets. The nasal spray is intended to treat patients with cancer who are suffering from intense pain. Prosecutors argued that doctors wrote large numbers of subsists prescriptions, including for non cancer patients in exchange for kickbacks and bribes from the insists executives. I'm Steve Kastenbaum. And all five executives have denied any wrongdoing. After more than a week of speculation SpaceX confirmed that it's crew dragon spacecraft was destroyed. A recent test-fire crew dragon headed great start to twenty nineteen as executed an uncrowded demo flight in March during which dock with the space station and return safely home, but will maple twentieth. The spacecraft was undergoing a series of engine test at facility at Cape Canaveral. When something went wrong during the final stretch thick plumes of smoke rose into the Florida sky, sparking concern that there had been some kind of explosion linked to a serious issue. Crew dragon was scheduled to conduct a key test of its emergency aboard system in June. And its first crew mission was slated for July. Nasa recently said that time line is under review. I'm Bill Michaels. A new national poll suggests most Americans would rather congress. Void the urge to impeach president. Trump even though there are serious questions about his integrity. Fifty seven percent of those questioned in Quinnipiac poll last week believe Mr. Trump committed crimes and his quest for. The White House that's down from sixty four percent. In early March survey current pol- is evenly split over whether the president has committed crimes office, according to poster Tim Malloy, forty seven percent of voters say the president committed crimes since he became president. Forty six percent say he did not commit crimes. So you're looking at a fifty fifty on any level that's unattractive thing to the White House to have to grapple with the poll finds a majority of Americans believe that Muller reported did not clear President Trump of any wrongdoing. Still voters oppose impeachment by food one margin Billy's as era Noah will be leading an annual food drive at citizens Bank park this summer. Haywire. Ws Paul Kurtz reports Aaron Nola was already familiar with Phil abundance, building drives past it all the time on the way to the ballpark. But now he's learning about the inner workings of the hunger relief organization as its new ambassador warehouse.
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"Forty five sponsored by Jetstream airport parking who took vendors at temple are angered by the city's decision to enforce a four year old ordinance that would require them to transport their trucks to and from campus everyday. But Ellen I now backing off from its deadlines saying they'll talk with vendors. I and New Jersey's governor is signed a Bill getting some relief to college students paying off their school related loans. If they happened to run into some financial problems and the third thing to know this morning health officials in Los Angeles are taking drastic measures to prevent an outbreak of measles from spreading officials here in LA have ordered several hundred students and staff at UCLA and Cal State, Los Angeles to be quarantined those affected do not necessarily have the measles. But have been exposed to the measles. Dr Monto is with the county department of health if they are not immune to measles, then they must be. Be kept away from other. It's all to prevent further spreading of the onus those quarantine Mustang inside their homes until they can show. They've been vaccinated. Steve futterman. CBS news, Los Angeles. Go Biden has joined the twenty twenty race and President Trump as you might expect is reacting Joe over the years, he's not the brightest lightbulb in the group. I don't think the president talking on Fox News Hannity last night. The former vice president and Delaware Senator released in announcement video yesterday focused on the violence at a Neo Nazi rally in Charlottesville, Virginia fight and said the president's statement that there were quote, some very fine. People on both sides influenced him to jump in the race Trump eight years in the White House will forever and fundamentally alter the character this nation who we are. And I cannot stand.
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"Sponsored by Jetstream airport parking. Some people were evacuated from their homes in west Oakland earlier today because of a bomb scare police, researching a home for stolen guns. They said they found ten guns and some sort of fireworks strapped to an aerosol camp. At a I didn't know what it was the police say the area security situation is no longer danger to one no one has yet claimed responsibility for a series of coordinated attacks in Sri Lanka that killed about two hundred ninety people and injured five hundred others. These are Sunday massacre targeted tourist hut spots in churches officials are calling this a brand new type of terrorism and number three Philadelphia based attorney with ties to Sri Lanka couldn't believe it. When he heard about these bombings, David Sherman has been honorary consulates relucant Pennsylvania since two seventeen really worked hard to unify in a way that has. Worked for both cultural and economic benefits to the entire country. An amazing people are resilient. They care about. Each. Other chairman says this relaunched in community in the Philadelphia area is relatively small and he's still waiting to hear anyone from around. Here was personally affected by those attacks. President Trump spent much of Easter Sunday tweeting about the Muller report in while the debate on the Sunday morning, political talk shows was over possible impeachment on ABC's this week house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff maintains even benignly taking help from Russians in the two thousand sixteen election is worse than Richard Nixon's. Watergate sins the fact that a candidate for president. And now a president United States would not only not stand up and resist Russian to Fahrenson our election. But would welcome it goes well beyond anything Nixon did. But also on ABC Kellyanne Conway, arguing the Muller team came to one major conclusion and declined to indict the president is not going to jail. He's saying in the White House for five and a half. Four years why because they've found no crime no conspiracy. Bob Costantini, Washington. Tomorrow. The supreme court will hear arguments in a case regarding the Trump administration's efforts to add a citizenship question to the twenty twenty census. Critics say the question would cause millions of immigrants to go uncounted. But the Commerce Department says information on citizenship is needed to help enforce the Voting Rights Act here. CBS news legal analysts, Dane Rosenbaum for the purposes of determining the population count of the United States. The constitution makes no distinction between citizens and non-citizens. The question is more basic every ten years, we ask how many people are in the country making sure that people cooperate an answer the census questions accurately can present. Some challenges the fear here is that a citizenship question will produce the exact opposite result distort the count by scaring millions of people away. Supreme court is expected to rule on this case by late June. It's nine forty eight. Here's your KYW entertainment.
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"Jetstream airport parking the first the man accused of sexually assaulting a waitress at his own wedding reception. Quarter to stand trial charges, including corruption of a minor indecent assault and false in person of a minor never to apparently he was in the wrong place at the wrong tied and now popular mechanic in the city's homing section is dead shot by stray bullet killed while he was working on a car, and this third thing city judge has denied the district attorney's notion to remove himself from city criminal cases, top prosecutor says they are appealing to a higher port the details from KYW's Kristin Johannesen DA Larry crasner once the superior court to remove judge Scott to Claudio from the cases because he alleges that since the judges girlfr-. A former prosecutor fired from the office in February filed a complaint with the city declawed can't be impartial. It's necessary for judge to be accused. Even if there is no actual bias. If it appears that there's bias that is the legal standard asked about why he filed the motions now. And not when the woman worked for him because the issue was not presented our motion has to do and cites very specific law around the issue of having a lawsuit by domestic partner against a party or the attorney for that party whose before you. They can plant is not a lawsuit, but could be a step to one crasner believes the motions filed. The nearly two hundred cases could amp up defense requested dismiss cases or overturned convictions. Evading the judge might be biased against the prosecution. Guess what judge? They would like to dispose of their case as per core policy. Judge decline cannot respond to the court filings. The superior court can make the ruling anytime Kristin Johannesen KYW. News radio. In other Legal News this morning. The US attorney for the eastern district filed an indictment alleging that a former Milwaukee public school officials took bribes from south Philadelphia nonprofit as w community affairs reporter, Cheri Gregg explains. It's allegedly part of a plot. The open up more charter schools in that bid west city. The indictment names Michael bonds, the former president of the Milwaukee public school board alleging that in twenty fourteen he took thousands of dollars to shell company. A thank you for his help and expanding a contract between the Milwaukee public schools and a south Philadelphia base nonprofit, according to the complaint, the unnamed company had a five year eleven million dollar charter school contract and was struggling to stay in the black. We knew that it would not end. Well, we didn't know what it would end. Amy Mazzocca is president of the Milwaukee teachers Education Association. She says south as universal companies ran three public charter schools in the walking. Three schools that were run by the company and Milwaukee closed down one by one universal companies ended if contract with Milwaukee schools in April of twenty seventeen year, federal authorities searched the home of its former CEO Rahim Islam he separated from the company last year. Universal companies issued a statement say acting the he the one referred to. But unnamed in the dight -ment is now on administrative leave Cheri Gregg cable news, NewsRadio bringing awareness to sexual trauma and sexual violence in the city of Philadelphia WBZ Kushner with that story documents coward,.
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"Jetstream airport parking yet, and they w twenty four hour traffic center, I'm Sam clover. Now, the eyewitness weather forecasts CBS threes, Katie Fehlinger, and it's a pretty dreary finish to the work week with rounds of showers any time. It's a lot cooler to courtesy of the clouds and the rain our temperature is stuck at best steady in the forties throughout the day later on tonight, not much we've been on the thermometer showers continue tomorrow, it's all out of here and the temperatures skyrocket. Your back up to seventy degrees and sunshine and that continues on Sunday too late Sunday night into Monday. However, we piggyback additional rain showers. Keep it in the low seventies. This time however for Monday and Tuesday. Right now, it's overcast in forty nine at the broadcast center. Temperatures holding steady did you Jetstream airport parking? He's only five minutes from the terminal Jetstream, one of the closest places department you travel for six bucks a day shuttle service, why haven't you parked Jetstream airport parking yet? This check on Wall Street is sponsored by crash perf retirement. Avoid the crash of tomorrow without missing the returns of today. Visit Crashproof retirement dot com. Dow futures up twenty five NASDAQ up fifteen SNP up four depend on us at ten sixty on your radio on the radio dot com app. And on your smart speaker ask it to play KYW NewsRadio. Good morning, Carol MacKenzie. Mike DeNardo at the editor's desk. Three things to know at five fifteen President Trump softening his threat to close the border with Mexico immediately. He now says of Mexico doesn't stop the flow of what he calls a massive amount of drugs within a year. He'll slap a twenty five percent tariff on cars. The jury is started deliberations in the third trial of fifty nine year old father accused of setting a fire that killed his two young sons thirty four years ago at Oxford circle, the number three P lawmakers and prosecutors are pushing to expand hate crimes laws to include protections for people with disabilities..
"jetstream" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"And weather on the twos. Brandin? And this report is brought to you by Jetstream parking. And we go back to ninety five southbound direction. We're backed up katelyn down to approaching center city Philadelphia talking about this all morning long a tractor trailer blocking part of the right lane. Tow truck is on the scene there. Making attempt to get them out of the ways of the right lane is blocked up ahead. Just a caution. Here is still stay with it. Once you're south of this were okay. The westbound Schuylkill expressway still slow bear avenue to south then the Rosa boulevard generally out to Belmont avenue. East on the Schuylkill expressway, heavy through conshohocken and the curved and the boulevard down to Gerard all heading in turnpike seems to be okay, it's improving actually westbound seventy west of willow grove before Washington watches, south on the northeast extension. This is new everybody. We have a jam up just approaching the Lansdale interchange report of an accident in the left lane state police still arriving onto the scene western four twenty two approaching four twenty two rather slow from oaks down to the trooper interchange of the villas include north on the blue route generally slow around route one than north of Broome. All. Passan broken vehicle off to the side of the roadway. Look for delays in lower Merion already backed up on Lancaster avenue, basically right in front of Lincoln all hospital above city avenue, one lane alternating traffic here. It's midday construction now underway watch it western four twenty two to go west. I'm sorry. Western route twenty three to go western four twenty who gave report broken up wooden pallet scattered over all over the ramp. Mass transit no reported delays. Did you know Jetstream airport parking is only five minutes from the terminal Jetstream, one of the close and easiest places to park would you travel and only six bucks a day with free shuttle service, why haven't you parked at Jetstream airport parking yet in the cable w twenty four hour traffic center,.
"jetstream" Discussed on KCBS All News
"And the wetter the weather, you would think the taller the grasses by summertime it all becomes fuel. Right. Well, KCBS is Keith men Coney says not necessarily, but maybe if you look at the historical record, it's true that wet winters. Often did me less of your fires during California's fire season. But researchers say more recently that link has broken down. We had a very wet winter in two thousand sixteen seventeen and we had this massive fire activity. That's that's never happened. So what's changed? Well, professor Alan Taylor who studies climate ecology at Pennsylvania state says there are two answers to that question. I ever since we started seriously fighting wildfires in California more plants have been left unburned. So the fuel load for fires to feed on his increased the second answer is the warming climate when it gets hot you have a situation where that hot air is able to pull moisture out of vegetation, the the warming that we're getting overriding all the moisture the Jetstream delivers in the winter meaning for this fire season yet again, all bets are off Keaton in Coney KCBS Santa Barbara county sheriff's office evacuated nearly three thousand. Residents due to the stormy weather. They're getting down in southern California as well. The evacuations were ordered in the area of montecito. That's the city that suffered the wildfires in late two thousand seventeen and then the following month in early twenty eighteen the deadly mudslides. Sheriff's officials say the storm is expected to be more intense than the last several storms coming.
"jetstream" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Well, twenty two traffic and weather on the twos. Looking good on ninety five the Schuylkill expressway. No problems to report and the vine street expressway looks good to you not seeing any problems either on four seventy six the blurred. Everything's nice and clear not all a lot of people on the roads today, and we're not seeing any construction work going on at the moment. The vine street expressway looking pretty good. If you're on the westbound Schuylkill on the ramp that goes out to the vine that looks just a tiny bit slow, and we have been hearing that there are traffic lights that aren't working correctly, especially in the area around city hall of announced spring garden, but we don't see any huge delays at the moment. So just definitely keep that in mind, if you're headed that way, no problems to report a New Jersey, either it's forty to fifty five to ninety five and we're looking at all of them, and we're not seeing any issues at all the New Jersey turnpike looks fine. The Delaware memorial bridge. As a matter of fact, all of our bridges are really looking good at this time, and we had an earlier fire in rock ledge. This was Robin street at Montgomery avenue. It's all under control, but they still have some icy conditions and possibly some barriers. Still set up. Mass transit we just checked with septa. Broad street line looks like we have just a few residual delays. Leftover looking good on the Trenton west Trenton line now to getting back to normal. Your next update is in less than ten minutes. Grand opening finally Jetstream airport parking only six bucks a day Jetstream parking the newest state of the art LED illuminated safe airport parking facility, Jetstream parking's over six bucks. Why don't you parked to Jetstream yet in the KYW twenty four hour traffic center? I'm steve. Time for the rest of today. But bitterly cold.
"jetstream" Discussed on KTOK
"Say it's been in the weather literature since the nineteen fifties. The polar vortex to be described as was happening in the United States is relatively new. The polar vortex is always supposed to be existing at the North Pole. But for some reason. He's been made to pull it down. Somethings happens, pulling it down which causes severe weather in the Pacific northwest the northeast and then eventually it dips down into the areas of the midwest. Now what we have is. We have an unstable air mass for several unstable air masses that are happening in the pendulum swings back and forth and back and forth and back and forth. And we see that after winter storms pound the east coast. Temperatures will immediately go up with intensity and frequency they drop again. Because what we see as we see a vortex to seems to be weak gets big it's week. And then what we see is force multiplied climate processing where the stable climate system begins to break apart. So we can see force multiplied storms because the breakdown of our Jetstream. Ramping up the extreme cold and extreme heat read super cells, and as the polar vortex moves farther south, the Arctic tends to thaw rapidly and then freeze rapidly, but these super cells that are forming create all kinds of strange weather, and of course, today in the Pacific northwest. No exception, we begin here tonight with a developing story in a highly unusual scene not far from Seattle Washington. A tornado has touched down near port orchard homes and businesses were badly damaged just getting these pictures in. Now, we've not received reports of injuries at the Pacific northwest has been hit with powerful winds in recent days tornadoes this time of year almost never happened. David is here with more on this David Jeff good evening. The tornado tore through at about two pm local time in Kitsap county Washington that's about forty five miles west of Seattle roofs were ripped off several homes, even a WalMart. We standards there is debris down trees everywhere. In the path of the tornado, according to our Seattle affiliate. Kiro TV some of the debris was actually lost in at least six thousand feet into the atmosphere. The national weather service says based on radar and video evidence they can confirm it was tornado. They just don't know how strong it was really won't know until tomorrow. Also, the local police chief says at this point no injuries in the area. There are some reports of gas leaks. Jeff, and what makes this interesting is that apparently the tornado was on the ground Jeff than out and gone before. Warning could even be issue. All right, David beg north. Thanks to you for that. Breaking news tornadoes are relatively rare in the north west and from nineteen fifty to two thousand sixteen one hundred twenty tornado events were recorded in Washington state. According to storm event data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration from Washington state to California also before this tornado there have been wind gusts that have neared hurricane-force churning ocean waves the tower at least fifty feet.
"jetstream" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Nino is a phenomenon in the central and eastern Pacific Ocean, which ocean temperatures are warmer than normal. We are likely in what I would refer to as a weak to moderate L Nino situation, which means active subtropical, Jetstream know, storms, come into California move across the southern one is doing right now other half of the United States. We'll get to that one in a moment and then up the east coast producing snow for the mid Atlantic and the northeast now, we're also keeping an eye. On the NA. Oh, all right. The North Atlantic oscillation a negative NA. Oh, means increased odds of nor'easters and snow east. Coast storms, often strengthened off the Carolina coast bomb out and bury cities Washington northward to Boston. We think the Anna will be volatile through the winter sometimes positive sometimes negative and really when it comes to the NATO this year. We're thinking that just about anything is possible. Just like Tony the National Hockey League in any mention of the NATO is presented by the NHL. The league that always plays its games on ice with sharpened stakes sharpen skates. That would be. And I've got a brief scoreboard from last night. Lays the capital's cooled the coyotes Takami frost sends five to three the lightning numb. The Bruins five to to the pens polarize the islanders six to three and Vegas ice. The Blackhawks Ford enough. About the NATO though. Pay interrupt or any mention of beta this podcast is four hours.
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"jetstream" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Ed Hello Are you and. Of, course. The millions or? Whatever. That, are listening right now online and radio in all across the country and world. We've actually. Afghanistan And China so that's kinda cool hey I want to ask you this in the short segment Ed about one of my pet peeves are and? I see it all the time in my neighborhood when they have an area that they've developed and for some reason it. Didn't take off In They didn't make money or. Whatever so then all businesses moved out and rather than going into these areas and knocking them down and making like a park or putting in more trees and that kind of. Aspect what they do is they let it sit. There I see them just sitting there and then they go into areas with her art forest and there are, trees and then they build new businesses, there and it could even be like a half a mile down the. Road and you see this. Constantly? Why and how bad is that for our? Environment if they keep shopping done all these areas with? Trees, well you, know it's. Important we preserve all the green areas we. Can't I, mean you've heard that tired that term set in many. Arenas these days worked green. Area, basically we need to preserve those. Areas they do have a viable. Function as far as ecosystems, concern you, know do a variety of things from, cooling warming water filtration big cetera and to take an area that was. Changed I, mean we across the, country we take areas that were drained wetlands at one, time and now we're putting them back Into restoring the wetland hydrology in the wetland characteristics in with that comes a new generation of maybe, organisms and and tip etc habitat areas, but they'll have a niche John you know as far as how they. Could be associated one amongst. The? Other there's a lot of variables that go? Into that and not you know hindsight's valuable thing and? Not, a lot, of people. Really have that I can honestly say but. Some people, have a veteran and others I guess they say actually. That like with all this. Building, that's going on that the recent. Land cover has been changing the. Ultimate ultimately changing the planet, and making, it warmer true well I believe that's, probably party answer to are warming cycle with all through it seems like. These last, few years people out, there at this will dispute the figures saying that we, have not worry about that much You know basically if somebody's changes we're seeing, are more, related to Jetstream.
"jetstream" Discussed on KOIL
"Front this moving within the jetstream so something happen where this storm decided to move against the jet and when it does it creates that ripple effects of something pushed the storm in a direction that caused the rippling affect so like exploited so it would be evidence if we believed in whether modification or whether control it'd be evidence of steering a storm now we don't know how it's being steered we can only assume that what we're seeing our way is being carried out with frequencies but there are any urologist who wants to keep be though on the books would say now it's it's it's trump applause gravity waves type of reto full folding but he's being claimed by some people on the internet the storm a which they called a cyclone bomb is a four is actually a force multiplied supercrew cyclone with miller bars of low pressure dropping fast like a bomb that's why they call it they say it ed mila bars of low pressure drop quickly unit twenty four hour period they call it a cyclone bob and so the pressure drops fast like a bomb and the lower the pressure is more the storm's gonna creed fat very high winds a very cold temperatures it's ugly so we have a storm that suddenly intensifies following a rapid drop it atmospheric pressure bombing out or with a call bomba genesis that is what is cycles central pressured rubs 24 mila bars more or more in a 24hour period so 2004 mila bars are more he'd go faster than that but when it does is it brings these furious wins ears start popping things with it it's like you know sometimes tornadoes have that effect we need take a look at storms like recently hurricane harvey uh hurricane harbi they said had a whopping nine hundred and 45 mila bars of low pressure.
"jetstream" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"The ground level not only at five thousand feet but up to ten and fifteen and twenty in 25000 feet if you have a week wins all through there and by week generally we're talking fifteen miles per hour were less that allows his hurricane to form a nice stacked system kind of like a whole bunch of play tenure cupboard are all on top of each other and each part of that uh stack we're represents a layers in the hurricane they had to kind of all faye together to be can begin to rotate inform into a deeper of low pressure the made in a hurricane hit the strong jetstream figured ripped apart a start to weaken a we didn't have at with uh with our we had an ideal conditions for strengthening now the one thing that did happen in the last twenty four hours is the eye of the storm moved ride along the coast of northern cuba causing a severe weather in cuba of course very high winds and storms there flooding and so forth but that weaken the storm and its top wanted have dropped about one hundred twenty five miles per hour here in the overnight period versus one hundred seventy five a couple of days ago so we are definitely grateful for that we're sorry that folks in cuba have had to endure vet but at the same time and has reduced hurricanes intensity as a heads to a much more populated area in southern florida com and uh uh we're seeing this to be a quiet quite a be so it's definitely nothing to dismiss look at the radar getting some of the surface wind reports we've got wind almost a hurricaneforce one hundred miles out from the centre had a couple of tornado reported one year fort lauderdale deceiving uh no word on any damage with that and also one uh ironically and homestead near the race track their again no information or any damage i imagine with the whether they're having it's pretty tough to get out there and and look at much there you know i did the weather at the.