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01:50 min | 3 months ago

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"Least one semi causing mess over the mountains. That's goes cold Miller all the rain leading the big problems here in the lowlands is well with water over the roadway reported in places like Everett. Which affected the westbound highway to Trussell. Also in Can't water over Roadway reported forcing the city close Several portions of James Street in Mason County of much light of Highway one of six and the pretty cut off road, closing all of the pretty cut off road until further notice. That was between Highway one on one and 106 nearly Komische River area, and it was in that same area early yesterday, one of the first reports as result of weather. Was a power pole came down on Highway one on one of blocking traffic in both directions for several hours, P UT number one along with State patrol, setting up a detour, and, of course, they replaced that pole again. It took hours to do so. Chicken on sports number 12 Iowa State grinded out of 34 17 win over Oregon in the Fiesta Bowl, Texas A and M Beach, North Carolina for the Orange Bowl. Offering Gonzago but its West Coast conference scheduled by beating San Francisco 85 62, Arizona beats the Cougars and double overtime and the stakes for the season's finale between the fierce NFC West rivals Seattle and San Francisco farm or one sided than a year ago. Instead of a primetime show down for a division title. The Seahawks are fighting for the possibility of a first round bye. While the 40 Niners are just playing out the string of of a disappointing season game time today, Fox TV at 1 25 Cars Calhoun down with a little troubled traffic from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Overall continues to be a pretty light drive on area roadways on your main lines and side streets. But over your mountain passes, that's a different story. Do you have traction tires? Advisers for quality past attraction tires required over Stevens. Did you do a lot of overnight snow ice and slush in your mountain passes is mentioned earlier. Both direction of four or five Like you wide open between runs in Bellevue, and Bob will not really.

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02:36 min | 3 months ago

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"Saturday General to in Seattle. I Mark Christopher not to bring up today with the top stories from the coma. 24 7 News center Serious weather on the way here with gusty winds and rain. We'll get an update from turns on here in just a couple of moments. We're hearing his power pull. It went down. Highway one on one or the Sheldon is still concerned here. This is that the school Komische River Bridge, the roadway still blocked in both directions. We're hearing a p u D as in working with State Patrol. They've got a detour in place till no estimate time for reopening that highway. They are saying it will take several hours to get that power pull, replaced and fixed. We have not heard how much of a power outage it is affecting their In the school Valley of this will be a concern everywhere because the ground is so saturated with all the rain we've had and those high winds around the way here for the afternoon and through tomorrow. Ah Vision was held last night after a suspected arson that burned through a strip mall in Seattle's Lake City neighborhood. At least seven businesses along 30th Avenue there destroyed in that fire Monday night. Investigators say the fire was set on purpose. There has been no arrest. Last night, affected business owners gathered to remember the businesses they work so hard to build. William Barker says he plans to rebuild his barbershop, in fact, right there in Lake City. Other stories we have this morning. A grocery workers now concerned about the news from Yakima with at Costco, where 145 workers got infected with the virus, the United Food and Commercial Workers union now wants guaranteed access to covert 19 vaccines for its members. The union representing 1.3 million frontline workers in food and retail, the union calling on grocery CEOs to work with governors, too. Guarantee access to the vaccine. It says Protecting grocery workers will help keep our communities safe. Latest covert numbers We should get an update today as the State Health Department had yesterday off for the holiday. As of Thursday night, the number stood at 246,000 cases. Since the start of the pandemic. 3461 people have died with complications due to Corona virus. Harmonies. Time now is 10 Old four. It's got to John Nelson helping out today with caramel traffic, every 10 minutes on the force and the latest from the do Benoit Group Traffic Center. That we do have a power pole down across the roadway of the sky, Komische River Bridge. No word on when that's going to clear, but that is blocking the road, so definitely something to watch out for other than that. I'm looking at my cameras. I'm seeing what roads sick, slick driving conditions on area roadways, but no major collisions, air stalls blocking the roadway. Just something to watch out for their as far as the wet roads are concerned, and Later on tonight, we'll be seeing some snow on the mountains. I'm John Nelson. Our next Cuomo traffic. Get 10 14 get the Terrans on to talk about the snow on the mountains and the rain and wind around here. They're.

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03:20 min | 3 months ago

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"Of a federal requirement to properly account for the money. However, those who disagree with the overpayment notice can challenge it. We're going to start 2021 with a week of storm after storm and they could bring some added trouble with them. Come was, Ryan Harris says more from one of our weather experts. If you're telling yourself this is just winter life in the Northwest, you're not wrong, says co Moh news dot com Meteorologists got cystic as much as it happens around here, it's still unusual when it happens to think that it's like, okay, we've got a week coming up here where it's going to be essentially some level of storminess every day like it's not rain and storm you for a day and then a two day break or a three day Break. It's like one after the other after the other of the storm's on the way, Scott says the one Saturday into Sunday appears to be the strongest with a lot of things. They're watching the rain, likely the least of it. It should be warm enough that at least especially Friday and early Saturday, it should be above Snoqualmie Pass level. So you're going over the past. You should find mostly just rain there. It will change back to snow on Sundays. We'll have that issue in there. It will be windy. Scott says. Those wind should be in the 42 45 MPH zone with slightly higher gusts on the coast and in the northwest interior. Nothing we can't handle, But Scott reminds us if it gets up above 50 MPH around the sound. That's when we might start seeing some scattered power outages when you add in the king tides, Scott says. There's also a chance of some minor title flooding in the inland areas of the sound, and that's not all. The rain means the usual suspects for some minor flooding, starting with the scope. Komische River and possibly the told river. Aside from that, we may see some urban flooding again, like streams overflowing a little bit some minor street flooding. I don't think we'll see quite to the level of what we saw last Monday where we had like real street flooding. I think that was like real heavy rain and a real short period of time. This is a more traditional heavy rains spread out not quite so intense but longer duration. Give it some time to get through the system. The rain means the usual suspects for some minor flooding, starting with the school, Comas River and possibly the told river, Although Scott tells me The mountain. Snow helped the lock in a lot of that water to prevent the runoff that leads to flooding and rivers like the Snoqualmie. And while the mountain snow might have helped this dodge a flooding bullet, Scott says it comes with a high risk of avalanche Still plummy past the D O T reported 27 inches of snow over two days between Wednesday and Thursday. So that's quite a bit of snow, and now we're gonna bring in some rain on top of it. So that's very bad for avalanches, So just you or where you You shouldn't be in the back country right now, Anyway, Then there's the risk. We're likely most sensitive, too. Mudslides, Scott says. The National Weather Service is there. Definitely somethingto watch for it, but that they haven't put out warnings for specific areas as they have in the past in concert with the U S Geological Survey. Hopefully, it won't quite be. You won't get that much rain, but it's pretty wet. And just the other problem is, we just don't really see a dry stretch yet. And a some point this will break. I mean, obviously doesn't rain like this for a whole month, but usually a week or two at a time. It could go where we're just kind of on the beginning phases of that now, so I'm sure as the week goes on. Gotta get a better handle of how much rain is expected in the Puget Sound region but measured in multiple injuries right now, But the reality is with so much rain, the ground can get saturated. So if you're looking at that slope above your house, or you live near an area where wildfire left the hills bare, you'll want to watch carefully for a potential slide. Ryan Harris Co. Moh news..

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01:30 min | 3 months ago

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"Faced with liability protection concerns, which were not included in this new relief bill. Frank Lindsay Co mon. If you're dreaming of a white Christmas, you'll need to head up to the mountain passes for another 12 to 18 inches of snow is expected today in tonight, Calls calling. Johnson spoke with the National Weather Service this morning. Skiers and snowboarders are in luck with plenty of snow over the next 24 hours, followed by cooler air. That means it'll stick around. But down here, do you see any mix of Greene's personal It's not expected to to last whiskey with the Seattle National Weather Service says it's just not going to be cold enough to give us a white Christmas. In the lowlands, the risk of widespread flooding or slides has receded. That's good news. The ska Komische River in Mason County, the only river seeing minor flooding. As for road travel this week ahead of Christmas. The most active weather for the week will be today and into tonight and the main impact there will be No in the mountains and then some gusty winds on the coast. Carleen Johnson Coma news, someone whose time 10 40 We check in now at the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk, statistically, not a big game for Russell Wilson. But Enough to lead this team to win 52 yards rushing 121 yards passing, and he was asked about how it felt to make the postseason and eight of his nine seasons with Seattle. What's a blessing? I don't know what happened that one year we did, but It's been to be out to be back in the playoffs. It's great. It's huge, gives us a chance to try to do what we wanna do. That's won the Super Bowl and try to bring in enough trouble back home to Seattle.

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02:25 min | 4 months ago

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"14 traffic sponsored by Beacon Plumbing, heating of electrical called Beacon today and say $50 on all electrical work, call 1 800 freakin and stop freaking called Beacon. Here's the forecast now from meteorologist Kristen Clarke for those hoping for maybe a little snow during the holiday season. You may be in luck today. Don't rule out seeing those big fat wet snowflakes falling from the sky is some of this early morning rain. Begins to transition over to a rain snow mix throughout the afternoon. That's going to first happen in parts of the Northwest interior, keeping a close eye on Washington's north coast. Specifically, Port Angeles. Swim is also the valleys in the mountainous areas of welcome Skagit County because he several inches of a slushy snow here by the end of today, where is Puget Sound interior lowlands, for the most part? Getting by with just a wet snow that melts instantly on contact with the pavement. The exception being the foothills maybe the same manage Plateau east to North bends. He's a slushy inch on the grassy surfaces and any bit of heavy snow could temporarily reduced visibility on the roads. All this wraps up by seven o'clock tonight, and conditions make clear just in time to see the Christmas star, the close conjunction of Saturn and Jupiter in the southwest guy tonight. Become a weather center and meteorologist Kristen Clark. We have reined in downtown Seattle. It's 43 right now. Winter officially arrived at 202 this morning. So it means this is the shortest day of the year. It'll be the longest night of the year. And we're on the downward slope towards summer. Lot of Mountain Snow is expected over the next couple of days. Up to 18 inches. Couples. Carleen Johnson talked with the National Weather Service skiers and snowboarders are in luck with plenty of snow over the next 24 hours, followed by cooler air. That means it'll stick around. But down here, Do you see any mix of brains? Purse? No. It's expected to last just McAliskey with the Seattle National Weather Service says it's just not going to be cold enough to give us a white Christmas in the lowlands. The risk of widespread flooding or slides has receded. That's good news, The ska Komische River in Mason County, the only river seeing minor flooding. As for road travel this week ahead of Christmas. The most active weather for the week will be today and end into tonight and the main impact there will be Snow in the mountains and then some gusty winds on the coast. Carleen Johnson come on New state of Washington is expected to receive 184,000 doses of modern is covert vaccine by the end of the month. The FDA gave final approval to that vaccine over the weekend. Earlier.

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02:34 min | 4 months ago

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"Beacon today, say $50 on all heating and air conditioning called 1 800 Freakin And stop freaking called Beacon. Look at the weather is you Get ready for Christmas Week? Here is meteorologist Kristen Clark. Don't be surprised to see a few wet snowflakes falling from the sky later on today. For now, we're tracking a pretty widespread, steady rain across all of western Washington that soon may change over to a rain snow mix with the arrival of much colder air by the end of today that transition to snow may happen quicker. Across Washington's North coast, keeping an eye on port Angeles and swim throughout the day as those areas of the best potential, maybe several inches of a slushy accumulation, as well as a mountainous and valleys, locations of welcome Skagit County. Now, how about our very own foothills here across Central peaches sound? Well, that's where we could see maybe a quick inch on the grassy surfaces near North Bend. Gotta keep an eye on that convergence zone. Of course, we can see heavy precipitation That could follows heavy snow for a brief time later this afternoon, But a lot of the snow melts incident instantly on contact with the pavement. So just reduction of visibility for many bursts of snow and maybe a slushy inch on the grassy surfaces for our hilltops that are above 500 ft. In elevation and the Common Weather Center and meteorologist Kristen Clarke in Bellingham, or it's 42 Right now, in Olympia, cloudy and 44 manned, We have rain in downtown Seattle. It's 43 also seeing some heavy rain. Living through the Strait of Juan de Fuca hitting Oak Harbor and the Mount Vernon area, for example, and there is a winter storm warning in effect for the Cascades an Olympics above 3500 ft. Some of those places Kristin mentioned could get up to 18 inches of snow on camels. Carleen Johnson spoke with the National Weather Service about all this this morning. Skiers and snowboarders are in luck with plenty of snow over the next 24 hours, followed by cooler air. That means it'll stick around. But down here, do you see any mix of brains personal. It's not expected to last. My whole ski with the Seattle National Weather Service says it's just not going to be cold enough to give us a white Christmas in the lowlands. The risk of widespread flooding or slides has receded. That's good news. The school Komische River in Mason County, the only river seeing minor flooding. As for road travel this week ahead of Christmas. The most active weather for the week will be today and into tonight and the main impact there will be Snow in the mountains and then some gusty winds on the coast. Carleen Johnson Coma News news Time six, So wait. The state of Washington is expected to receive 184,000 doses of modern is covert vaccine by the end of the month. The FDA gave final approval to that over the weekend earlier this month of Fizer.

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06:04 min | 5 months ago

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"Is hoping to head off any post election. Violence, in part with a resolution condemning far right militia groups. Como's car One headache has more a resolution before a council committee today says armed private militia groups wearing military style clothing and carrying a AR fifteen's are not welcome in Spokane, especially not in what could be a rancorous postelection climate. The resolution comes after dozens of community organizations called for the city to take a stand against militias. Blue Hill is with the LGBTQ rights groups Spectrum. She tells cake. So why we want the election process to be held and we want to make sure all the votes are counted, and we also don't want there to be any violence that could be associating with that militia groups sometimes say they are there to defend the people, Today's Council resolution pointedly says. The police are quote fully capable of keeping the peace. Corwin Hey, Coma news for the first time. We're hearing from the parents whose young son died in the Cold Springs Wildfire Jake than Jamie Highland. I have spent the last seven weeks in the burn unit at Harbor View Medical Center. They were badly burned, trying to escape the fire with their little boy, Yuri. Now they're sharing their desperate attempt to outrun the flames. The flames were catching us and I took the five gallons of water and I started dumping it on us. Something on the baby, dumping it on her Nothing on myself dumping it. And the fire is consuming us at this point in time. The fire is right on us. We're being eaten by. Amazingly, they survive those moments and despite their injuries kept going looking for help. It was two more days before that help arrived, but it was too late for their son. Water rescues led by state fairies are up this year. But Cuomo's Ryan Harris tells us the ferry services has been to say it's because of the pandemic state fairies normally do one or two rescues a month. But this year there have been a lot more something fairy spokesperson in Sterling says, could just be a string of bad luck or because more people are looking for safer, distanced outdoor activities like voting. Ian says fairies are often the first to arrive in part because they're on the water a lot, but he reminds me of the crew are not just parking directors to rescue drills all the time. They're all trained firefighters. All of them have at least a basic first aid. Knowledge is not more advanced medical knowledge, and it comes into play this weekend in particular, that incident this weekend involved a man and a dog on a jet ski and a woman in the water all pulled out by the crew. The Puyallup Ian says it's possible more inexperienced are out of practice. Voters are hitting the water. So remember the weather is turning, which could make the water rougher and colder. Ryan Harris camo News, The owners of a Seattle managed crab boat have reached a settlement of more than $9 million with two survivors. The families of four crew members who died last year when the ship went down in the Gulf of Alaska. Part of the Seattle Times. The state Superior Court is expected to review the agreement determine how the money will be divided up. The Skandia's Rose went down December 31st after it left the port of Kodiak, Alaska, to the bearing sea. Two companies have agreed to pay for the cleanup of more than 54,000 cubic yards of debris dumped in the sky. Komische River Kamo Zahra Kinds report the says over a three year period starting in 2008 war for trucking and salvage company and landowner, Karl Frederik locked Pacific bison dump the material without obtaining the proper permits. The average. Harold cites documents saying the land owner also charged others too dumb material in the same location near Monroe. The trucking company will pay $300,000 and civil penalties and perform restoration work and the property owner will transfer 188 acres of the property to the delay. The tribes that will oversee clean up Sarah clients. Coma news plant sweep of RVs and people living in them camped along a street in Olympia was stopped by the state Attorney general's office, warning it would violate states eviction moratorium. Now the city plans to open RV safe lot at the intersection of Martin Way and Carpenter Road. The Olympian reports help comes from Thurston County, which last week approved $530,000 in funding to Olympia Safe parking program. Ending all sort comes from the state for homeless prevention and federal Corona virus relief funds, while prosecutors in Portland have charged a man trying to sell his ballot, which is a felony, court documents say 22 year old Joe SIA Bridges was asking $200 for the ballot on the offer up AP Well, I made weak reports He got an offer from an undercover officer for 5 $115 signed the ballot took the money and was arrested, prosecutors say told the officers he didn't care for either presidential candidate put the ballot up for sale. As a joke. Coma news time 9 40 for the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk tonight. Monday night Football and the Buccaneers beat the Giants 25 to 23. Almost Bill Schwartz says. The Washington Huskies are fired up, finally start their football season. It was two months late arriving. The Washington Huskies now launch their Pac 12 football only schedule Saturday night in Berkeley against the California Bears and just go let loose on Saturday night. I can't wait for kickoff for kickoff return. Whatever it is, I can't wait to see the smiles on their vice faces. That's head coach Jimmy Lake. The Huskies home opener November, 14th will be an 8 P.m. kickoff against Oregon State. Seattle Seahawks overcame a rash of injured starters and a slow start to knock off San Francisco 37 27 Russell Wilson fired four TD passes, one of them a crossing route to decay. Metcalf, who took it 46 yards to the house, I saw a lot of open graphs and I just took off running and It's a linebacker. Once I passed him and he can stop six and one Seattle plays at Buffalo Sunday, they won't have defensive end Demontre. Moore suspended six games for the NFL violating the P E D policy. 40 Niners could be eight weeks without Pro Bowl tight and George Kittle. He has a foot injury. A quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, aggravated a sprained ankle sports A 10 and 40 After the hour Bill's words come own is fall is here in.

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01:36 min | 6 months ago

"komische river" Discussed on KOMO

"Future flooding. Charlie Green is designed manager for county public works Sickle of these projects at these locations is to raise the road to reduce the amount of time that the road is closed. Due to river flooding. The plan would elevate Man Road and Ben Howard Road and also install culverts to allow water from the frequently flooded sky Komische River to flow underneath At a public meeting, the county said the $5 million cost could be offset by a state grants you say 34 coming up after we check traffic and weather Expect to see Ah flurry of campaign ads for and against Referendum 90 in these last days leading up to the election of Carleen Johnson. First check on your commute. Kierra. Jordan has our camo traffic update. It looks like our stolen Evert is now cleared from the South and I five offering to 41st never really causing too much of a back up to sing, sing lighter, scattered, slowing south and I five from the four If I split out of the Lynwood area, and then some brake lights is you're entering shoreline, but it's really not too much to worry about. North and I five continues to crowd right at the heart into coma City centre than it's smooth sailing out of federal way and in DC Tech. But the Seattle drive that's a heavy one from the north and elbowing field to Seneca processing hesitation. Traveling westbound on the Spokane Street by that between I five and 99, often on slowing North found 99 from the First Avenue South Bridge toward diagonal, and it is a real drag on north bound four or five from the Valley Freeway to about northeast 44th. Just minor hesitation South down four or five around state route 5 to 7. Our next Cuomo traffic up a 44, and we get our forecast. Now with meteorologist Kristen Clark. A passing shower is possible in your backyard today. Otherwise expecting a partly sunny afternoon.

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01:33 min | 6 months ago

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"Going to start is you're coming from about seventh Street and then breaking free before you reach 108 hour next to Como traffic up 7 44 and the co Moh forecast. Let's get that from meteorologist Christian Clark. Light showers across western Washington today and snow for the higher elevations. The Cascades. This would be a rather light snow, though about 1 to 2 inches of slush on the roads for Steven's past. Where Snoqualmie pass is seeing more of a rain snow mix with just wet roads out there throughout the day, And then once that storm clears, that's gonna result in very cold conditions Saturday night into Sunday morning, looking at all those below freezing, of course, ending the growing season for the year in the Coma Weather Center, a meteorologist Kristen Clark, it's below freezing in the Akamatsu 30 degrees there this morning in the Western Washington region temperatures mostly in the mid to upper forties. Ceatec airport. It's 46 degrees. Come on news time. 7 36 We told you earlier this week, Snohomish County might spend millions of dollars to elevate some flood prone roadways will now the public is weighed in. During a virtual meeting. Some asked about flood mitigation projects, not on the agenda East. Hey, Sat Creek. There's an area that also floods have you looked at that as faras Improvement. Is there any plan for dredging the creek out who allow water to flow through that better instead of Ah, flooding our land. The proposal calls for elevating parts of two roads near salted. Where the sky Komische River tends to overflow. The Snohomish County Public Works Department says the state grant could cover some of the $5 million cost. The Seattle City Council is still on track to cut police funding by half.

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03:10 min | 7 months ago

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"Cloud up late in the afternoon. And that was a harbinger of what's coming tomorrow and it will be a really stormy Wednesday. When all is said and done as we spoke about, we're going to see a lot of heavy rain Pretty much from start to finish could see some localized street flooding, to be sure, but also gusty winds coming in with this disturbance, especially at the beach is where we could see some blows up to 50 MPH. These early season storms. Ted retired from our local weather service coined the mother Nature's tree trimmers, because after you've had things kind of weekend up over the summer, some of the trees and branches have dried out. Doesn't take much window knocked them down. And then you end up with some power outage. Justus well. And we can't forget about the Hale and the lightning. That's in the mix, too, especially by Thursday. So here we go enjoy the last of the quiet By the time we wake up, the rain should be pounding on the rooftops in the pavement For most of us 62 degrees, the barometer dropping like a rock. There's something working out there making it do just that. Our attempts tonight, fifties and sixties. And if we look at the radar picture here comes the rain. The initial precipitation is lining up through the strait wonder Fucka. So already some letter rain coming down around Lake Crescent and then back on the curve. Cape Flattery and Nia Babe, But if we widen out the view, it's just the beginning of a lot of precipitation waiting over the Pacific and this raid, it should cross the Olympics end up around the sound between about four and five o'clock in the morning around Seattle and then worked its way back toward Issaquah and Bellevue. So this is the weather maker and, gosh, it is just a late September early fall, and it's a big one big area of low pressure. They're circulating in the center and look at all of the moisture wrapping around it. This is what's known as an Atmospheric river. And that's a term just to underscore the fact that there's a big plume of moisture associated with this storm. It stretches way back into the Pacific, and it's going to keep the rain coming around here for the next several days totals very impressive for this early in the season. We tally things up between Wednesday when the rain starts in the morning and then Friday evening. You'll see that many locations here around the sound well over an inch, if not to, and then look at the heavy rain over the Olympics, four plus for Forks and even more up in the high train of the Olympics, So even the ska Komische River going to start to rise pretty high as we head into the next couple of days, even though so early in the season to talk about river flooding, not just the street flooding, but some of our waterways getting high as well. Overnight tonight, the rain starts to kick in and will wake up to it. And then it just keeps on keeping on attempts in the sixties. Tomorrow breezy winds around the sound upwards of about 30 to 40 45 MPH, perhaps around a coma. That's enough to bring down some of those branches, trees or power lines, Dusting 40 to 45 around Admiralty Inlet and then 40 to 50 where we had that wind advisory. We spoke about the ocean beaches. Eastern Washington. Your end on the mixes. Well, here wet and breezy tomorrow sixties and seventies for high so that helps to bring down that fire. Danger quickly and over the Cascades 10,000 ft. The snow level. Are volcanic peaks. Baker and Rainier get their first big coating of winter white in the high country tomorrow, so whether one day not only tomorrow, but also for Thursday that's the best shot at Thunder, Lightning and hail on Thursday afternoon, still damp Friday. We get a little breather Saturday morning on Ly to see another atmospheric river.

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01:41 min | 9 months ago

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"Is set to return and become a weather center. I'm meteorologist Kristen Clark ever it's cloudy and 60 degrees to come. A clouds and 60 partly sunny and 65 now in downtown Seattle, come on news time. 12 05 for the second straight fiscal quarter. Alaska Air says it suffered its worst quarterly loss in company history. Now the airline seeks a route back to prosperity. Eskimos Carlin Haig has more. Seattle based Alaska posted losses of $439 million in the second quarter, its second straight worst ever quarter. Why is no mystery? Chief executive Brad Tilden says It's all due to the cove in 19 cratering of air travel, this global health pandemic and economic devastation. Unlike any of the industry's face before kill them, expects it'll take two years for the company to return to 2019 levels. In the meantime, Alaska will return to its roots as a small but growing company our current plans, or to be 35% smaller than last year in October, and then building gradually to 20% smaller than 2019 levels by the summer of 2021. The company says it will have to reduce its workforce by 7000 by the fourth quarter. Hopefully, they say, Via leaves of absence and early retirements, not layoffs. Corwin Hey HQ co. Moh news firefighters in Snohomish County or seeing an alarming trend in a popular swimming and rafting spot along highway too. Come on, Steve McCarron says it's along the sky. Komische River, an assistant fire chief told me he saw more people at Eagle Falls this past weekend that he's seen in about 19 years of sky belly fire tells me That falls and also the sky. Komische River are both dangerous. The sky Komische River is still running very cold because of snow and ice melt from the past..

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01:53 min | 3 years ago

"komische river" Discussed on KOMO

"The weather now as you take on tuesday pierce aaron by ops keep a little less soggy today we'll start off partly cloudy to mostly cloudy and then we'll see scattered showers throughout the day hizbul move just two thou normal round forty seven to forty eight degrees today and we could get a little gusty at times with winds kicking up to twenty five thirty miles an hour in and around the sound and it looks like we do have the threats dilfer landslides out there were okay as flooding goes so far and will continue to watch the snow levels drop to date fifteen hundred feet in the mountains from the komo weather center i'm your may of cki just cloudy in bellingham this morning words fortythree olympia 42 air in downtown seattle partly cloudy skies it's forty four and the coming days we expect to hear from seattle mayor jenny durkin on how the city is fighting climate change this comes after a new study from the city that shows the number of extreme rainstorms in the seattle area has grown thirty percent in the last fifteen years you'd like to see more of the study just go to our website komonewscomfire or the heavy rain and melting snow are causing some serious flood concerns near olympia almost keith eldridge says people in the school komische river valley are bracing themselves as the water continues to ride some sections of these skokov which were of a road are closed due to the high water some people don't care drive their vehicles through the floodwaters only way was type ovalles water a vet has become the norm in this well this is okay with you the while we have to deal with that we have to live with it right steve advances home is an island floodwaters surrounded it back here line the edge of the river the best family moved here just a year ago from southern california tired of the drought knowing full well about this potential we willing to risk that's springs is what we like this is what we enjoy you i mean it's a trade off new you knew this could happen how sure oh share the homes through here have been raised five to ten feet through the years to withstand the water flowing through their yards to withstand the changes.

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"komische river" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"komische river" Discussed on KOMO

"Center so far no evacuations but the sco komische river is on the rise it's burst its banks in some spots and some roads in yards or underwater but there have been no evacuation so far as a reminder you can hear the president's state of the union address here on komo it starts tonight at six massachusetts congressman joe kennedy the third is expected to give the democratic response on undocumented immigrants facing deportation will be among the guests at tonight state of the union morrogh moro villapando will watch the speech as a guest of washington senator maria cantwell that is targeting my media because of my political views because of my activism 'cause i don't agree we day round the of my my community in the interpretation of 5 from meeting members villapando reviewed the moves deportation last month she says she's being targeted for her activism against immigration detention and deportation policies michael preston komo news komo aaa traffic currently though blocking accidents snow stoles report he remains a quiet commute around the puget sound area with some construction happening on i five the right lane of northbound five at the i90 off ramp closed until 5 o'clock in the morning and the left lane of northbound i five between course in it i 90 also closed until 5 o'clock in the morning your next report is on the way soon them jay phillips on wpro news after the showers alternating with some sunny breaks in between them for our tuesday we'll start out with temperatures on average set of forty we'll build into the mid 40s today so that's running a little coolish and that keeps us no level down to 2500 feed by that brings more snow to the passes and the ski resorts in it starts to bring the avalanche danger back down as things get more stable to wednesday morning still looking partly cloudy we should be able to see at least have a pretty good chance seeing the lunar eclipse taking shape increasing rain again by wednesday night in the komo weather center i'm meteorologist shannon o'donnell super bowl week it officially begin because of patriots have arrived in minnesota the defending capture no doubt and join the fifteen debris weather in the twin cities apace the eagles sunday kickoff time set for three three midwicket head to the huskies gained some legitimate consideration for the.

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"komische river" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"komische river" Discussed on KOMO

"Minnesota senator al franken were saturday night live comedian and minnesota democrat announced his resignation in december after a wave of his democratic senate colleagues called for him to leave congress after allegations of sexual misconduct by at least eight women his successor current minnesota lieutenant governor tina smith will be sworn in wednesday when the senate returns from its holiday break abc's karen travers in washington a computer problem halted the customs operations at some airports last night it was terrible disappointing i will hold i'm gonna be from you as they will have a backup plan when something like that goes wrong she was delayed at sea tac because of it and today so 'nother very busy travel day the holiday break is going to be at least today longer foursome kids along the east coast some school districts are cancelling classes or at least delaying them for a few hours because of extreme cold from new england all the way down to the carolinas we'll just days after a deadly fire in the bronx new york city firefighters responding to another apartment fire and that boro and we've been told at least nine people are injured you're listening to abc news your top local stories from the komo twenty four seven news center a man was found dead yesterday on the banks of the sky komische river just downstream from big eddie park he's believed to be a forty four yearold homeless man who was living along the river for several years sheriff's office is investigating no word yet on what started an early monday morning fire that destroyed a mobile home in everett firefighters first got the called before six am by the time they got there the home was fully engulfed so they had to fight the fire from the outside nobody was home at the time and no one was hurt it now cost more to grab a pop in seattle a twelve pack will now run you an extra two dollars fifty cents.

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"komische river" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"komische river" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"On the wealthy has been deemed illegal king county judge today agreed with opponents who say the newly past income tax violates the states constitution the city of seattle says it's going to appeal the ruling major flooding has now cut off the small town of silvana in rural snohomish county cairo sevens raunchy suna says roads in homes in that town you're all in ten are blocked off by floodwaters from the still a guam at water clear across the roadway here and it has been spreading all round silvana this afternoon as the water kept rising flooding all round the section of snohomish county out on the olympic peninsula the last few days of heavy rains have pushed the scope komische river to a near record level of flooding brent bauer with the national weather service says flood warnings are also in effect tonight for the snow khomich the sky komitch this no quami and macau with river getting scattered showers but could have turned to steady rain again tonight an overnight uh for that will send the rivers back up a little bit so some of them will do have fallen far enough that they won't flood again driving over the past his tonight and tomorrow shouldn't be a problem and if you returning on sunday when many people returning from their holidays by dow affect a solo was across the cascade that we pretty close to four thousand feet coastal colleague crash should be a pretty good shape and by the way we hit a record high of sixty eight degrees at seatac airport tents smashed the previous record of fifty eight degrees sent back in the 1950s more on your weather forecast possibly recordbreaking low add high temperatures tomorrow starting off in the low to mid 50s highs around sixty degrees fifty eight is the record high four tomorrow rain at times and it will also be rain through the passes that changes once we get into thursday night and friday as cooler air starts to move in and snow levels dropped out of the passes i'm cairo seven pinpoint meteorologist morgan paul and right now it is sixty three degrees in downtown seattle i'm ursula roy team on demand with the cairo radio cairo radio news 973 fm peace he spelled ron and don show on cairo radio 973 fm.

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"komische river" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"komische river" Discussed on KOMO

"From the komo twenty four seven news center to search and rescue teams were called out this weekend for two hikers on the pacific crushed frail and chilean county beachline county sheriff's office saying hikers reportedly activated a beacon search and rescue response and was initiated officials believe the high may have crossed over into snow amish county there's no homer search and rescue team started their stirred from little one actually trail head meanwhile the show lam team started their search from indian creek trail have insurance office now saying both teams had to turn around because of bad conditions search refining six inches of snow at the trail head and heavy rain making conditions in possible for right now meanwhile we have our first major landslide of the season near lake show land shelf lake shore road closed at slide ridge both directions until further notice after that waterlogged hillside came crashing down we've had no reports of any injuries debris were being told is 16 feet deep in places covering that roadway range that the weekend now flowing in many western washington rivers johnson equality river high waters a forced closures of many roads in the area as you reminded not to pass any road closures signs of the water will be deeper than you think and you could be swept away so call me fire department saying more flooding expected into challenged or call me in the fall city down through carnation and do fall this guy komische river has crushed of near gold bar in its waters covering a number of roads near index through salton toward us no me river anniston homesh rivers expected moderate flooding after crushed about two feet over flood stage this coming evening rain in the lowlands snow in the mountain passes even so call me pash was a tricky commute for drivers which noone heavy rain combinations almost me what also went to have a look relentless rains turned snow interests slash winter's here patten a one two plans for driver struggling to control their cars on slick roads take one separatist.

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"komische river" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"komische river" Discussed on KOMO

"The final day for cities to submit their applications to become amazon's second hub and is caused by calvert reports more and more analysts are saying the winner will be elsewhere with fifty thousand new jobs on the line it's no surprise tacoma everett in spokane of each thrown their hats into the ring for h q 2 than undeniably big boon i can't point to another deal anywhere close to that but greg leroy with the group good jobs first his applicants like new york atlanta chicago in dallas have a much better chance i'd be very surprised the pictures or even a vancouver bt were portland oregon met back away with mitterrand adventure group agrees unlikely that another important regional you know he would be picked heard beckoned headquartered amazon isn't expected to announce the winning sitting until sometime next year brian calvert komo news rain will be increasing through the afternoon and through this evening as potent warm front swings up from oregon heaviest rain we're hearing expected to be focused in the central and assad area the cash cage were forecast charger right now indicating as much as three eight inches of rain will fall of course means the rivers are filling up flood watches remain in effect asean over the weekend here for all rivers in western washington at all rivers with greatest risk of moderate flooding are murderers and snohomish king pierce and lewis counties nomination kelly usually to discuss komische river which is one of the first and western washington to flood this was the one famous for salmon there could actually swam across the highway because there's not much flooding so flooding will likely begin sometime this evening and sunday will give you up to each year at koa news right outs four forty alleged check in with lewis b l e v oliver realtors schwartz dust good afternoon do for getting close of arc just past.

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