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"kristen clark" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"At the forefront of inflammatory bowel disease research and care for over 50 years. Learn more about research, education and support at Crohn's Colitis Foundation .org. Your next Northwest traffic at 244. Here's our Puget Sound forecast sponsored by Northwest Crawl Space Services, Kristen Clark's at COMO4. This week may offer the best stretch of weather we will see all summer. Of course we've had the morning clouds slow to clear today and the delay in daytime heating will hold our conditions comfortably in the 60s for this afternoon. Sun's gonna shine a bit sooner on Tuesday, therefore warming back into the mid low to 70s for the afternoon. There is a chance of an isolated thunderstorm in the mountainous terrain on Wednesday. Otherwise quiet continue conditions into the weekend with a bit of a warm up into the low 80s Friday through Sunday. second half of next week, In but the those are highs in the upper 50s on Wednesday. Check it out. Why are those speeds conditioning and warming All year Mort News time to 36. A new report from the University of Washington indicates more people are dying from heat wave than previously thought. Details from Northwest News Radio's Jeff Bojala. Specifically, the study looked at 2021 the heat dome in which Seattle experienced temperatures as hot as 108 degrees. The original estimate was that 126 people died due to heat related complications, but that has been revised upward to 41 after accounting for COVID. According to the Seattle Times, the report also offers numerous suggestions on how to reduce the number of heat induced deaths. Among them, increasing construction incentives buildings to include air conditioning, increasing the tree canopy and expanding access to assistance programs. Jeff Bojala, Northwest News Radio. There is a draw to
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"This time sponsored by discover discover credit cards do something awesome at the end of your first year they automatically double all the cash back you've earned that's right everything you earn doubled see terms check it out for yourself at discover .com match here's meteorologist kristen clark with your forecast and sponsored by northwest crawlspace services welcome to the heaviest rain since last spring standing and water gusty winds making for a white knuckled commute especially this morning the widespread rain of earlier today though does begin to ease in favor of lighter showers throughout the afternoon but can't rule out maybe a rumble of thunder along our coastal beaches another round of wind and steady rain late tuesday into wednesday slowly to trickling lighter showers by thursday and friday and we'll get a chance to dry out with sunshine returning this saturday and in the como for weather center meteorologist kristen clark mentioned white knuckled commute it doesn't take much on the ride in this morning i was out on interstate 5 saw a car completely turned around facing the wrong and direction probably wasn't going much faster than the speed limit there's just so much water on the road do be careful morning this right now in olympia it is 58 degrees in takoma it is 57 downtown seattle rain and 58 it's 5 37 it has been two and a half months since the tunnel 5 fire destroyed 10 homes the on washington side of the columbia river gorge but fire managers are highlighting the homes that didn't burn because of efforts from property owners
"kristen clark" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"That's already beginning to build starting just west of meridian to pioneer our next northwest traffic at 5 14. And our forecast is sponsored by northwest cross space services and here's meteorologist Kristen Clark. The recent cooldown is almost like a shock to the system. We went from highs in the 80s to the 60s within a few days last week, and we'll have another day spent underneath these cool clouds and in the 60s prior to warming up to near 80° on Friday. But that warmup is short lived, heading into the holiday weekend, cool clouds return on Sunday, maybe a few spits of rain out of those clouds to make it all worthwhile. But Memorial Day Monday, looking good. We have partly sunny conditions in the forecast with highs in the low 70s, and a couple four weather center meteorologist Kristen Clarke. In farmer tennis, mostly cloudy, 43 this morning 52 in Bellingham in olympiads cloudy in 47 and here in Seattle mostly cloudy Ned 50. A long-lasting snowpack could delay the start of wildfire season, that's the good news, but forecasters are worried about late summer and fall. We get more on this from northwest news radio's carlene Johnson. Oregon state university hosted a forum yesterday on fire outlet, although winter snow and asagi April will delay fire season they think by a few weeks, but we're transitioning from la Nina into El Nino, which means warmer than normal and dryer comes summer. John Bailey is a professor in the college of forestry at OSU. July, August are forecasted to be a little warmer than normal. Towards the end of the fire season, I think that's what has most forced worried. And how fast things can dry out in a heat wave, like we had last week in Portland, K two meteorologist Dave sileshi. We've had 5 90° days so far this month. That's the most ever. We already had a good size brush fire on the Hanford reservation last weekend at burned across 1300 acres. Curling Johnson, northwest
Fresh "Kristen Clark" from News, Traffic and Weather
"The valley freeway it's going to be looking pretty good until you're in rent and right as you start to approach 405 that's we begin to see some brake lights there our next northwest traffic app 514 and our forecast sponsored is by northwest crawlspace services there's meteorologist kristen clark first bonafide rain event of the season is well underway widespread steady rain can be expected for the morning commute so standing water and gusty winds will make it a white knuckle drive to and from work today even though the widespread rain of this morning begins to these in favor of scattered showers there could even be a few thunderstorms rumbling along our coastal beaches throughout the afternoon in the comer for weather center meteorologist kristen clark and right now around the puget sounder area we are seeing rain in spots in bremerton is 56 right now ever it showers in 57 and here in seattle it is raining and 58 506 here at northwest news radio tonight the burian city council is expected to vote on a new camping ban ordinance we
"kristen clark" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"On to southbound I 5. Our next northwest traffic at 5 14. Our forecast is sponsored by northwest crawl space services and here's como four meteorologist Kristen Clark. While we bask in warm sunshine for one more afternoon, the atmosphere is brewing up a potential for springtime thunderstorms, highs again today to pass 70° under blue sky for puget sound by late in the afternoon, we may start to notice some towering cumulus clouds over the higher terrain, a sign of developing thunderstorms that could drift close to the foothill locations later on this evening, perhaps a better potential for thunderstorms exists late tonight into early Thursday, especially in parts of south sound, those in pierce Thurston and mason county may wake up to a rumble of thunder early Thursday. In the Columbo four weather center, meteorologist Kristen Clarke, and belly found this morning mostly cloudy. It's 59 to start the day. It's 46 in Olympia, partly cloudy there, and it's cloudy and 52 here in Seattle. 5 O 6 thanks for making us a part of your early morning routine here at northwest news radio, a homeless camp has now taken over a burned out lot in Seattle's Beacon hill neighborhood. People in that neighborhood tell como forest Jeremy Harris action needs to be taken immediately to clean up the site. Two acre property has nothing on it, but the burned out remains of a gas station. The ashes of what was a Burger King and an abandoned Baskin Robbins, and now this new homeless encampment has been set up here with about 7 RVs and about 8 to ten people living here. We're told by neighbors this and cam and has grown considerably over the last few weeks, and they fear things here will get worse. Time, very open drug use. Just lots of people in crisis. People come up to me and ask me, you know, in my weaving because of everything that goes around here and I had no intention to do that. Now that property has been the site of multiple fires over the last 6 months and a 29 year old man was shot and killed right here in January. The Burger King was demolished back in February and some neighbors hope that would help the situation, but the encampment was built just right on top of where the burned down Burger King was left. Jeremy Harris, como news A growing camp along I 5 in Seattle's U district now occupied by some people who say they were living at a different camp that was recently shut down. We get this story from Cuomo forest Michelle Esteban.
Fresh "Kristen Clark" from News, Traffic and Weather
"Governor DeSantis. In Washington there's been little movement on averting a government shutdown that could come possibly this weekend. Later this morning New Jersey Democratic Senator Bob Menendez will hold a news conference to address the corruption indictments he and his wife are facing. They're listening to ABC News. Newsradio 1000 FM 97 7 stay connected stay informed. Good morning to you on this Monday it is September 25th and at 5 0 2 with the showers in downtown Seattle it's 58 degrees along with Brian Calvert I'm Matt the here's factor then what's happening special prayers said Sunday to start the healing process after the loss of John V Doula she was a graduate student fatally hit by a Seattle police officer on his way to a police call in January recently released body camera footage from the night she died appears to show an officer making light of her death this woman spoke with como for amplifying our voices to say that we need transparency we need action and we need justice people who attended the prayer said that to Jean V is uniting the community even after her passing Saturday about a hundred people marched to the Seattle police officers Guild headquarters a Seattle police officers vulgar and racist words hurled at his Chinese -American neighbor are drawing a sharp rebuke from a city leader we get more on this from Northwest News Radio's or when hake officer Burton Hill was at home and off duty when a tape recording caught him calling Jen Jin his elderly Chinese neighbor a racist epithet beginning with C the officer also hurled a sexually vulgar epithet at gin during an argument the neighbor recorded the stranger obtained the 20 -minute recording and published a portion of it late last week we've bleeped the offensive word problem is you own here it happened in August 2022 Hill and his wife had confronted the neighbor over use of their Kenmore condos this is Avi of you know of released a statement calling the incident a quote disgusting act of anti -asian hate the stranger reports a Chinese social services organization has filed a complaint with the Office of Police Accountability the report says SPD have will no comment until the OPA completes its investigation Corwin Haake Northwest News radio tens of millions of federal dollars are coming to the state of Washington the money will be used to improve rail safety and strengthen supply chains the Biden administration announcing this morning it's investing nearly 77 million dollars from the infrastructure law into two projects here one's in Tacoma the other on the Palouse River and Cooley City Railroad in eastern Washington that Tacoma project will replace two locomotives with two zero emission battery electric switcher locomotives and chargers the feds say the project will reduce toxic diesel emissions greenhouse and gases that project in eastern Washington includes crossing upgrades among other improvements railroad services a critical part of the wheat supply chain east of the 504 this is northwest news radio your home for breaking news and traffic and weather and every 10 minutes on the force have I to say good morning and welcome back to our friend Kiera Jordan she's in the high performance homes traffic center and good morning brian and manda so wet roads around the region and we're working with a couple of blocking problems right now including stall a in seattle south on i -5 it's a little bit south of 45th and it looks like two left lanes are currently blocked so that's going to be slowing you down for a bit under a half mile there and then we are also at the due to the fact that we have a on lot of the water roadway it's our southbound i -5 off ramp to state route 516 the left lane of that off ramp is currently closed due to water over the roadway and we're already getting backed up in seminar this is traveling westbound highway 410 as you're approaching traffic avenue the valley freeway it's going to be looking pretty good until you're in rent and right as you start to approach 405 that's we begin to see some brake lights there our next northwest traffic app 514 and our forecast sponsored is by northwest crawlspace services there's meteorologist kristen clark first bonafide rain event of the season is well underway
"kristen clark" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Check your northwest traffic. Every ten minutes on the fours. From the high performance home traffic center, here's Kimi Klein. In Seattle's mount baker neighborhood, we're hearing of a crash on rainier avenue at south Estelle street with one person reportedly trapped, so avoid that area if you can. It's just going to be rolling slow in Seattle and spots on southbound 5 between northgate and the ship canal bridge, but it's really kind of the north end that seeing a lot of that traffic flows were seeing things roll slow in linwood, on north and I 5 just north of 405 to pass one 64th and then heavy again in Everett from just before 41st towards marine V drive, we're seeing a lot of weekend traffic heading back to back home or on westbound highway two between gold bar and salsa is just busy, also in the darington area hearing of a roll of a crash on state route 5 30 just east of the soc river bridge. We had an earlier collision that was walking eastbound, maltby road, just east of state route 5 two 7, that is reportedly cleared. Things are a little busy on the east side around factoria on south and four O 5, often on up the kennydale hill, and a couple slow spots on one 6 7 now southbound around Willis street and Kent, and then again from Al gona, off and on towards Sumner is going to be heavy. Your next northwest traffic at two 14. And now como fours Kristen Clark has your forecast, sponsored by northwest crawlspace services. High whiz and heavy mounted snow all with the next incoming winter storm tonight, there could be some localized power outages across the puget sound lowlands, and near whiteout conditions developing over the cascade passes through Tuesday, then we see a rush of much colder air Tuesday night bringing in the snow level down to sea level
Attorney General Merrick Garland Announces Lawsuit Over Georgia Voting Law
"And now. It's the united states of america versus the state of georgia today. The justice department filed a lawsuit against georgia for violating the civil rights of black voters with its new election law assistant attorney general for civil rights. Kristen clark said this our complaint today. Alleges that several provisions of sp two. Oh two were past. With a discriminatory purpose. In violation of the voting rights act. These legislative actions occurred at a time when the black population in georgia continues to steadily increase and after his historic election. That saw record voter turnout across the state particularly for absentee voting. Which black voters are now. More likely to use than white voters are complaint challenges several provisions of sp two to on the grounds that they were adopted with the intent to deny or abridge black citizens equal access to the political process. A general merrick garland said the justice department is evaluating other restrictive. Laws recently passed in states with republican legislatures. But he also asked for help from congress. We are using every method at all in our enforcement efforts but that is not enough. We urge congress to act to provide the department with important authorities. It needs to protect. The voting rights of every american
"kristen clark" Discussed on KOMO
"Only Ortho Only Ortho has your back your new your hip. You get it only orthodox Com Time to get an update on the weather from the diversified crawl Space Weather Center. And here's Co Moh meteorologist Kristen Clark from Sunshine today to snow tomorrow, But the storm doing on Thursday is trending farther south with drier air in place. So right now we're looking at a 1 to 2 inch snowfall. Piers Thurston County, Maybe just a quick dusting in Seattle. And snow free. The farther north, you go into Everett in the Northwest Interior can say the same for the second storm in line here Friday night into Saturday. That storm's little stronger has more available moisture with a better potential for a more significant widespread snow across western Washington much the I five corridor in a coma Weather center meteorologist Kristen Clark. It's 43 is more clouds have rolled into downtown Seattle. You're in the middle of 20 Minutes of nonstop news on Co Moh at 306 is take a deeper dive into the weather story. I'm Charlie Harder, Snowmageddon. Or snow way. Come on in Come, meteorologists got cystic says it's a complicated forecast in front of us with three different storms headed our way between now in Sunday Thursday. Storm has a lot of snow in it, but he says only part of Western Washington will be on full blast. I would say if you're into coma or south of Tacoma, you're still looking pretty good for accumulating snow starting mid Thursday ish and lasting through the afternoon evening into Friday morning. Snow. There's a winter storm watch up for there. At the moment, the weather service has anywhere between two and 13 inches in the winter Storm Watch. I know that's kind of a wide range between 02 inches, no biggie and 13 inches would qualify that Snowmageddon. I would think probably more in the range of 4 to 6. Maybe the winner here. There may be some spots that might take up to eight. If the storm holds up enough for those of you in Seattle. We're kind of on this fringe. I have seen, you know, the American GFS model last night was thinking Seattle was hardly gonna get anything like maybe less than an inch. But then the European model came out the one that's been kind of saying You know snow from the get go. Ng has had this for 456 days now is sticking with the what it's had all along, And it's saying that you know the Puget Sound region. Seattle Bellevue will see some snow tomorrow It'll stretch up whoever it may even stretch upto like, you know, even in Darlington. And you may see one or two, maybe even three inches of there. So that's Thursday. Scott thinks maybe a third up to half of people around here. It may not see much from that system, but the next round of snow is going to be interesting. The second storm that's coming in Friday night into Saturday is something we really kind of want people toe focus on the good news is aside from the Friday evening commute, I guess Saturday it's less of an impact. But this point we may be seeing, you know. Four inches of snow six inches of snow some spots with eight inches of snow. Maybe even some spots a little more. It'll depend on Exactly how strong the storm is and what kind of track it takes. There's still some uncertainties, but this one, too, but this is the one. We really want people to kind of be like, Okay, this is one that has the potential to really mess things up around. Scott's is the path of the Saturday storm is important if it's centered to the south of us that brings in cold air from Canada. If it passes to our north that will bring in warmer air from places like California and the Southwest. So we're watching whether this incoming storm is going to track just to our North. In which case as we get through Saturday, we'll probably see a snow change to rain at the end, or if the storm kind of comes in little to ourselves, which some of the models today are kind of leaning more toward. Then we stay cold. It snows throughout that entire storm passage and then we get some of the heavier totals. But not only that now, we still have the cold air left behind that storm, and here comes Storm number three. And now it's still got cold there to dump even more snow into the region. So if the storm goes in to ourselves than we think we may see a third storm on Sunday, Monday or third snow event if it goes in little farther north, and that Sunday, Monday of that may just be a cold, right. This is what my kids will want to know. This is probably the most important part. Scott. What about snowballs and snowman? Is this going to be too dry? Or will it be the wet, sticky stuff? That is perfect for snowball fight? This first one might be a little dry. With the dry air, But I think the Friday Saturday storm looks pretty good for snowballs. This first one might, especially if it does sound like the kind of dry and if you want to hear the deep dive into this forecast, Scott has posted the podcast of her conversation on his Scott as co Moh Twitter account. Be sure to keep it here on Co. Mo as the snow approaches. I'm Charlie Harder. Come on news asking all the important questions. Thank you, Charlie. And looking at our coma radar Right now, The Doppler is picking up some snow echoes of report. Angeles port towns in parts of Victoria are also seeing some lights of flurries over areas of the west side of Whidbey Island. So stay with us. We'll stay on top of it. Coming up. Just what is environmental justice.
"kristen clark" Discussed on KOMO
"West the South sound. Why take a long, stressful drive? When only Ortho was right in your own backyard on the Ortho Has your back your knee? Your hip, your shoulder. You get it Only Ortho, calm your life in motion. Now Meteorologist Kristen Clark checks in from the diversified Crawl Space Weather Center. We're tracking several opportunities for low land. Snow ahead. First round occurs today with light snow showers and there Northwest interior, Very little accumulation, maybe just a quick coding on the grassy surfaces and Skagit Snohomish County. Otherwise, the big snow event is going to be Thursday into early Friday, primarily across Puget Sound and Far Southwest Washington. We could see 4 to 8 inches of snow across south sound more likely 1 to 3 inches and central sound, including downtown Seattle and become a weather center and meteorologist Kristen Clarke. Really chilly east of the mountains this morning 17 degrees in Wenatchee right now, and there is some spots here in Western Washington. That's pretty cold as well. It's 22 in Olympia right now and in the North, South Arlington and 21 Degrees Sea Tac Airport With the cloudy skies at the moment and 30 degrees, several warming shelters have opened. With those temperatures expected to drop into the low twenties overnight for the next few days. Most Carleen Johnson reports that homeless advocates are calling this a dire situation for anyone on shelter. County M. C s Of open severe weather shelters for the first time this winter, But space is limited because of covert and some homeless refused the offer for shelter at any rate, even when it gets this cold. Richard McAdams with Union gospel mission says. That's why they're out on the streets, day and night meeting people where they are. Vans are all loaded up. We have bags and clothing and everything and It's a dire need, because the fact that these folks need to stay warm. Snohomish County is open. Severe weather shelters set every United Church of Christ Maple Church Park and Lin Wood and Evergreen State Fairgrounds. In Monroe. Last year's point in Time count of homeless during one night in January, counted more than 11,700 people living homeless just in King County. Carleen Johnson Common news, Monday's death of a state trooper in an avalanche near clear Olive underscores the danger that exists right now in the mountains. Well, Meteorologist Abby, A Cockney has more about the threat for snow slides in the back country season. Andrea who isn't taking any chances, I would prefer not to go and back country skis myself. Ski resorts like album telling the summit. It's Snoqualmie do regular ongoing.
"kristen clark" Discussed on KOMO
"Free gaming area in the state. Local Tutsi know the biggest the best in the Northwest. Our next Cuomo. Traffic at 10 44 Your forecast from the diversified crawl Space Weather Center here is Kristen Clark. We'll have cold sunshine today and that cold air really making its presence known across the northwest interior, where highs will stay in the thirties. Can't rule out a few isolated snow flurries today. Better potential for snow showers tomorrow with the leading edge of much colder air that begins to seep into western Washington, setting the stage for the coldest air of the season highs in the thirties. Later on this week, overnight lows in the twenties with a few more opportunities for snow keeping United Storm that could bring widespread stoda parts of Puget Sound Thursday afternoon into Friday in the coma, Weather Center meteorologist Kristen Clark right now taking a look around the sound we've got ever it's with some sunshine currently. 34 degrees 37 mostly sunny in Tacoma, 37. Partly sunny at Sea tac Airport at 10 36. Well, with more snow on top of the Cascades on tap for the cascade. Rather, more people are likely to head up into the mountains. There's been a surge in people looking for outdoor recreation there all winter long the most cara continents with Maura on how the states try to solve what has since become a dangerous situation. Snow Park is a perfect piece of winter. Everybody just wants to get out and have some fun. Yeah, People have been stuck it over to Mr Crazy. So now the snow was just the solution. Stakeholders around Snoqualmie pass say so many weekend visitors have created a critical mass. I don't think anyone's been prepared for what we've seen. And here's the problem. There's limited access to save snow outside the snow park. So when that's full folks looking to sled in depth, trespassing and parking in areas that are downright dangerous. Traffic transforms into what looks like a downtown street families walking down the middle of the road with sleds. People having me Mrs. With vehicles cars parked illegally out onto the highway. It's so bad first responders. Air seeing increased response times, two critical emergencies. And again, that's couples. Cara concentrate. Veteran Washington state trooper has been killed in an avalanche in Kid a task county Como's Joel Marino. This started out as a couple of friends heading out together for a snowmobile.
Puget Sound lowlands could see more snow later this week
"In now with meteorologist Kristen Clark from the diversified crawl Space Weather Center. Most locations mostly cloudy and dry this afternoon. Can't really maybe a pocket of drizzle for central sound later on today, otherwise looking at quiet weather conditions into Tuesday, but trending colder We can see the snow showers fly once again Wednesday and Thursday in parts of the Puget Sound lowlands with very little tiny accumulation, But it's a storm that on Friday brings more of a promise of maybe seeing in accumulating snow in parts of the lowlands. Otherwise Thursday and Friday, the two coldest days this week daytime highs likely to stay in the twenties and thirties,
"kristen clark" Discussed on KOMO
"Bremerton, south on Highway three north of West Beltre Valley Road at two Right lanes are blocked, and now I'm seeing about a mile and a half back up into the area. Our next Cuomo traffic up 7 44 Kummel forecast now from the diversified crawl Space Weather Center. Here's meteorologist Kristen Clark. Keep the winter jacket handy already this morning, waking up to snow showers in parts of the Snohomish and King County foothills that resulted in a slushy accumulation on some of those side streets, But improving weather conditions can be expected throughout the day. Dry up and down the I five corridor but remaining mostly cloudy for this afternoon more sun on Tuesday, but trending colder overnight lows in the twenties. Daytime highs in the thirties, especially Thursday into Friday, the two coldest days this week looking at snow showers by the middle of this week, with very little accumulation, with that, a potential of that possibly from a storm on Friday, and the common Weather Center and meteorologist Kristen Clarke stayed a little snow falling in the Arlington area right now, where it's 30 to Friday Harbor Cloudy and 38. It's 35 here in downtown Seattle homeowners. 7 36. There's some disturbing information about the end 95 masks that were distributed to healthcare providers here in this state. Millions of of them are apparently cheap knockoff. We get more from Cuomo's Cara Kostin it the company three and notifying the Washington State Hospital Association. The two models of their end. 95, Mass. Aled by vendors were fakes, so We don't We don't know what level of protection everybody. The Washington State Hospital Association says they distributed about 240,000.
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"Wen Ho Lee Arthur was right in your own backyard. All the Earth has your back on your knee. Your hip, your shoulder. You get it all the Orthodox, calm your life in motion now to the diversified crawl Space Weather Center in our forecast with meteorologist Kristen Clarke, the winter jacket handy already this morning, waking up to snow showers in parts of the Snohomish and King County foothills. That resulted in a slushy accumulation on some of those side streets. But improving weather conditions could be expected throughout the day. Dry up and down the I five corridor but remaining mostly cloudy for this afternoon more some on Tuesday, but trending colder overnight lows in the twenties. Daytime highs in the thirties, especially Thursday into Friday, the two coldest days this week looking at snow showers by the middle of this week, with very little accumulation with that, a potential of that possibly from a storm on Friday. And become a weather center and meteorologist Kristen Clark. There are some forecast models within the kid. We could get some potentially heavy snow by the time we get to Friday, but that's a long way off, and a lot of conditions would have to be met Its 36 degrees in Olympia this morning 32 foggy and Everett and cloudy skies with 35 degrees here in Seattle, Well, winter weather's again leaving its mark in the Mountains Co. Mostly stole headed East on I 90 to find Snow, the ski resort They are loving this, the latest report says. They've got more than 30 inches of new snow from this storm. Already, they've even added more lift tickets because many days were already sold out their limited because of Cove it you do have to get them online before you head up here. Chains required unless you have all wheel drive. But even.
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"2021 a year filled with the best in audio entertainment, audible originals, audiobooks, podcasts and more started free trial inaudible calm now to the diversified Crawl Space Weather Center and an update on the forecast with meteorologist Kristen Clark. We woke up to snow showers and parts of the King County, Snohomish County foothills this morning, and this could be just the beginning of seeing the snow this week. Much colder air begins to arrive on north easterly flow this afternoon, setting the stage for daytime highs and the thirties later on this week, we'll go for snow showers Wednesday and Thursday. Very little, if any accumulation for Puget Sound Keeping a close eye on the storm, though later on this week is gonna be on Friday that could bring some parts. The area. Some accumulating snow. There's some watching in the coma. Weather Center meteorologist Kristen Clark from my folks are waking up to a little slushy snow. We've seen some reports that in the Kirkland area and toward cottage Lake The higher you get in the foothills along. I 90 is well right now in Seattle. It's just been some mostly light showers, but it's not very warm. It's only 35 degrees. Come on news time. 5 36. There is some disturbing information about the n 95 masks that were distributed to health care providers in our state. Millions of them are believed to be cheap knockoffs as we hear from Kemal's Cara costume. It's the company three and notifying the Washington State Hospital Association. The two models of their end. 95, Mass. Aled by vendors were fakes, so We don't We don't know what level of protection everybody. The Washington State Hospital Association says they distributed it about 240,000.
'Significantly colder conditions': Temperatures in Seattle expected to drop to lows in 20s next week
"Winds of early this morning begin to gradually subside throughout the day. As to the showers as well, retreating back with the Cascades, where the mountain snow has been cranking out this morning. With that snow coming to an end, expect a big improvement and past trouble conditions throughout the course of the afternoon. Or back to dusty rain showers on Saturday, which will linger into Super Bowl Sunday. Good couch weather as conditions will be trending much colder into next week. By Tuesday night, Wednesday night of next week. Low temperatures in the twenties with daytime highs, barely breaking 40 and the couple weather center meteorologist Kristen Clark right now, 48 a little bit of sunshine Downtown, along with some dark cloud is
"kristen clark" Discussed on KOMO
"Our traffic report this time is sponsored by Beacon Plumbing, heating and electrical called beacon today and say $50 on all drain cleaning and sewer repair. Just call 1 800 freaking and stop freaking called beacon. Now meteorologist Kristen Clark from the diversified Crawl Space Weather Center. If you're like me, and you're yearning for some sunshine We're in luck today. Any bit of this light rain this morning is going to be slowly tapering off to sunshine and drier weather for this afternoon clouds, though, do begin to increase once again tonight and with that comes more of the lowland rain and mountain snow Thursday into Friday, and the Stone could be heavy through our casket passes for a time Thursday night. Overall, the shower should wrap up Friday morning for a relatively dryer afternoon. Just can't shake the shower chance for the upcoming weekend and maybe a few trips and drops of rain out there for Super Bowl Sunday, and the couple weather center meteorologist Kristen Clarke, the snow has been falling over Snoqualmie Pass this morning. So attraction tires are advised there. No problems on. Stevens passed well, although now I'm noticing traction tires are advised there as well. Downtown Seattle with a few showers. It's only 39 degrees come on news time. 606 1236 new cases of Cove in 19 have been reported by the State Health Department in the past day, and some believe numbers could continue to be high for a while due to delays and distributing the vaccine, the latest from Cuomo's Brian Calvert. It was yesterday about this time we were telling you about two new drive thru clinics opening and East Pierce County. Within 30 minutes, Every appointment was gone. It's happening everywhere in the state. In Snohomish County, where they're receiving 10% of the state's doses. Vaccination sites.
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"Two pairs and a free exam for just 69 95. That's not just a better deal. It's America's best book Your Exam online today. Next Camel traffic at 1 14. Yeah, the couple forecast weather is going to be pretty gray and rainy. Let's check in with meteorologist Kristen Clark in the Diversified Crawl Space Weather Center, a wet start to the week and month of February with a wide spread in a times heavy rain for the Puget Sound lowlands. We could see over a half inch to three quarters of an inch of rain, the rain gauge for Seattle and then is sending the school comas River above flood stage this evening. Likely to lower back below flood stage on Tuesdays. He showers break apart to this more scattered showers of the few picks his son Tuesday afternoon but also generating a few thunderstorms, especially longer. Pacific Coast beaches capable of dangerous lightning and maybe some small hail and the common weather Center meteorologist Kristen Clarke reining in Seattle right now, 49 degrees come on, whose time 106 Resumption of reservations for Washington's large vaccine sites. Yesterday was short lived, and his co host Brian Calvert, reports. Frustrations are growing as hundreds of thousands of people qualify for the vaccine but still can't get access to it. Every resident Andy Rice is just one example of many who are trying to book vaccine appointments far from where they live, according to the Herald, and he managed to snag an appointment at the mass vaccine site in Tri cities. Moment, he booked the spot. He had five hours to make the four hour trip, so he jumped in the car and drove all that way on Lee to get there and find out they had run out of vaccine. Even though almost 11,000 people are vaccinated at the state's four large vaccine sights in a week, tens of thousands more tried to get a spot in line. Once new appointment slots are available there gobbled up faster than the tickets were for Adele's last concert tour. Keep in mind. There are currently a million of us in this state who qualify for the vaccine. Yet Washington on.
"kristen clark" Discussed on KOMO
"With the chance of a rain snow mix lasting and parts of the area later on this week in the coma, Weather Center meteorologist Kristen Clark it's mostly cloudy and 37 in downtown Seattle Comeau news time Now, 7 36, the mayor of Tacoma, says she's heartbroken by the turmoil in her city. Over the weekend, it began with a police officer plowing his patrol car into a crowd blocking the street. And it continued, with protesters rampaging through downtown to get more from Cuomo's Corwin Hick lets a coma officer confronting a street racing crowd near ninth and Pacific Saturday night, says he feared for his life when he drove his patrol SUV into a group of Spectators, sending two to the hospital with non life threatening injuries. Witness Cory Lee says many more were toppled. Others were definitely Hey, we're flying over the windshield like it looked like something out of a zombie movie. Outraged protesters took to the streets last Night to march against police brutality, they said a large bonfire in the ST elsewhere, they damaged buildings, including breaking windows of the downtown City County building. It's heartbreaking for me and emotional Tacoma Mayor Victoria Woodard's tries to come to grips with the turmoil not only bear how did sex me but I think deeply about how it effects. Everyone who lives here. The officer who drove into the crowd is on paid administrative leave pending an investigation. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news Tacoma community has an opportunity to come to grips with all of this at a serious of gatherings today online. The Tacoma City Council convenes a virtual meeting at 4 30 this afternoon, and the police advisory Board meets using zoom at six protesters marched through the streets of downtown Seattle Saturday afternoon, but thanks remained peaceful. Meanwhile, interim Seattle police chief Adrian Diaz says his officers are going to start cracking down when demonstrators turned violent and destructive. This announcement comes following the demonstration Wednesday night or windows were broken and other vandalism took plates, Diaz says. If those issues arise again, they'll face it head on. We were doing our part in making those arrests. But now.
"kristen clark" Discussed on KOMO
"Single nugget. And now the classic chicken sandwich Do for five bucks. Price of participation may very limited time. Our next coma. Traffic at 10 44. All right, thanks, Kara. The forecast with meteorologist Kristen Clark this morning we've been battling very dense fog in and around Puget Sound, and in some instances, it's freezing fog is temperatures have been either at or below freezing this morning, so maybe use extra caution on the off ramps on ramps, bridges and overpasses as they could be a bit icy this morning, and the fall will be slow to clear but should eventually by early afternoon. Revealing a partly sunny, dry day today that goes for the entire state. But late tonight, maybe a few light showers impacting the northwest interior cloudier tomorrow. Additional showers for most backyards come Thursday, and the couple weather center meteorologist Kristen Clarke, man Right now we're looking at Eastern Washington and We see that over in Ellensburg find some mostly sunny, at least partly sunny skies but freezing temperatures, 32 degrees and the coast hopefully and cloudy and 38 Boeing field right now. 36 cloudy skies at 10 36. If you're missing, seeing people's smiles these days, you're definitely not alone. Comas. Brian Calvert asked an expert about ways to communicate emotion when half of your face is covered. A smile is one of the quickest ways to defuse uneasiness on steadiness or simply just being unsure about something or someone. Show of raised eyebrows here. Do you find yourself smiling when entering a room just to communicate a warm greeting and friendliness and openness? Yeah, wearing a mask stinks. I mean, how is everyone going to see your smile? Image consultant Michelle Charles Gustafson suggests moving your body a little bit eyes, eyebrow head.
"kristen clark" Discussed on KOMO
"To the ongoing pandemic. If you booked a cruise that was scheduled to start before then you could get a credit on a future cruise or Ah, full refund. Straight ahead. The driver shooting out the window with state patrol in a pursuit on I 90 this morning. I'm Carleen Johnson. Details are straight ahead. Deputies hurt and a suspect is in custody. I'm Frank Lindsay with details of a miles long chase through central kits at county. The one whose time not before we check your traffic every 10 minutes on the force, and to do that for us from the tube in law Group Traffic Center here is Kierra Jordan. We're working with a rollover crush in Parkland Westbound 5 12. It's a bit west of Canyon. It hasn't been blocking for quite some time, but it has been on the shoulder and creating a visual distraction. The backup, it's improving slightly. We're seeing about a two mile slow down into the area at this point. Looks like we have a new stall in Seattle. This is going to be partially blocking the north and I five collector distributor to James also hearing of a possible new crash into coma on our ramp from 38 to North M I five in Seattle crews of close to rant from Cloverdale. The South found 509. They're trying to remove mud and water from the roadway there. If your travel plans or taking you into the mountains, we have traction tires advised it, Snoqualmie. They are required at Stevens, north. Five. Slow from I 90 to the convention center, often on slowing North, found four or five from state route 169 into Newcastle. Our next Cuomo traffic up 9 14 traffic sponsored by Oli or throw the world class physicians that only Ortho are now offering robotic joint replacement options. So you don't have to take a long, stressful drive to Seattle or Portland robotic joint replacement options that only Ortho only also has your back. You need your hip, you get it only or throw dot com. Forecast here is meteorologist Kristen Clark still dodging scattered showers across western Washington today, but much lighter in nature, not as widespread and uniforms like what we've been seeing the past couple of days. Otherwise,.
"kristen clark" Discussed on KOMO
"Had only Ortho West South sound. Why take a long, stressful drive one. Holy Ortho was right in your own backyard on the Ortho Has your back your knee. Your hip, your shoulder. You get it all the Ortho calm your life in motion. There's meteorologist Kristen Clark from the Coma Forecast Team. Steady. Snow continues in the Cascade Mountains this morning. The snow slowly tapers down throughout the day with an additional 1 to 3 inches of snow at the passes so snow covered roads likely going to slush by this afternoon was slightly better past trouble by the end of today. The interior lowlands were gonna be dodging a few more rain showers but also a few breaks a son in between and the common Weather Center meteorologist Kristen Clark, right now in Seattle, cloudy and 44 degrees, eight homes and Poulsbo have been evacuated because of a growing landslide. Fire crews were called to seclusion Cove Way for a boathouse fire, they discovered a 150 by 200 ft. Landslide threatening homes. One home was actually hit Deputy Fire chief Jeff where Jeff Russell says the slide is growing. Second or third crews were going in to start evacuating that they could hear they could hear the trees along the hillside actually cracking and breaking, so they knew that they were dealing with a pretty substantial than today, kids up. Emergency management says Two of those homes have been red tagged. Residents of the other homes were allowed to return to grab the essentials. The Seattle Parks Department has been busy cutting down some hazardous trees in the West Seattle Remove five of them yesterday along West marginal way. They believe the removal will protect drivers and residents in that area. There's a risk that those trees could have fallen because the ground is so wet. Amazon has announced a more than $2 billion commitment to preserve and create more than 20,000 affordable housing units. In three U. S. Communities where the company has a large workforce in including here in the Puget Sound area, almost Carleen Johnson, Puget Sound Region Arlington, Virginia and Nashville, Tennessee willing to benefit from Amazon's Housing Equity.
"kristen clark" Discussed on WTOP
"Kristen Clark, president of Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights under Law, says the suit was filed under DCs Hate Crimes Statute, the character the equivalent of modern day cross burnings intended to stoke fear among black people. She hopes the suit will send a message that proud boys, another violent extremist must understand that they cannot unleash lob violent with impunity. We have reached out to the proud boys for comment on the suit. Michelle Morello w T o p News As Congress convenes Wednesday to count and confirm the electoral votes in the presidential race. Proud boys and some of President Trump's other supporters are expected to converge on the nation's capital to protest the outcome. Those demonstrations are also expected to attract counter protesters. Ahead of all this. The city is reminding demonstrators to follow the rules. Wt Opie's Mike Murillo reports. We are particularly focused on his individuals that engaged in violent behavior, whoever they might be Acting D. C. Police chief Robert Conte says it will be all hands on deck for his department. In the National Guard will be helping signs reminding protesters at having a gun in D. C during the First Amendment rally is illegal have gone up, and Conte says closing down spots like Black Lives Matter. Plaza, which has seen violent clashes in the past is possible where we have groups. That have a symbol for the purpose of engaging in violent acts wherever that might be least will increase visibility of churches after black lives matter. Signs at some houses of worship were vandalized in the past. Also, if you're not pro testing your being encouraged by D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser to avoid downtown D C on Tuesday and Wednesday, and especially of white people who are coming here to look for confrontations. Mike Murillo wt opinion New tonight. The Park Service says it has approved and amended permit for the women for him. Erica first rally Wednesday on the Ellipse. It's gonna be a lot bigger. The amendment changes the projected attendants from 5000 people to 30,000, the group of conservative women was at the center of Organizing the November stopped the steel rally the drew thousands of Trump supporters to the nation's capital. And then you had the march for Trump more recently that ended in a night of chaos and violence as a group with ties to white nationalism roam the streets looking for a fight. Ahead of this week's demonstrations. Wt Opie's Melissa Howl checks out restrictions already in place in the district. Walking here along Black lives matter Plaza. There's a row of police vehicles as you head toward the fence in front of Lafayette Square. There are also a lot of officers walking around talking to folks and signs have been posted, marking many of the streets as First Amendment activity areas,.
Dont Mess With Notorious RBG: How to Fight For The Supreme Court
"To this week's on one with Angela. Arrived podcast. NATORI is a CB does not have the same notoriety as notorious RPG and what is really notorious is the Senate Republicans for trying to bulldoze the traditional Supreme Court nominations process. So we have assembled an all star legal panel today that also reflects how Supreme Court should look it probably also think here to break it all the way down like a fraction are Kristen Clark President and Executive Director of the National Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law Christopher. Kane. Chief counsel of demand Justice Ellie Misao justice correspondent at the nation and Tina Johnson President and CEO of times up. Hello everybody. Angela. Thank you so much for being here. So I want to start with giving honor where honor is due in. That is to start with Ruth Bader GINSBURG who we lost on September. Eighteenth. I feel like she held on just as long as she possibly could end for that I say thank you. To our BG to the to the real story is and I just wanted to give you all the opportunity to share some thoughts on route Baiter ins, birds passing on her impact in jurisprudence in which he wrote some phenomenal opinions including just two words, I dissent and you know anything else on your hearts to share about that because then we're going to get into the battle that is the Supreme Court nominations but I really WanNa give her some some time just do. Well, if you're a lover of justice than you definitely are feeling this, you're feeling the loss of Justice Ginsburg on the court right now having been inside the court was always great to see her in action. She was always an active questioner questioner always asking all of the tough questions and and really pushing. The. The Orleans before her. I also think though about Thurgood Marshall and what he meant for the court and Thurgood Marshall is somebody who dedicated his career to the practice of civil rights law when he was appointed in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, seven, and justice Ginsburg frank lease the only a second civil rights lawyer to sit on the court. So right now we're at a moment where there's that void that vacancy in terms of somebody brings that lens to the issues that come before the court. So for me that really matters because we're not getting that with this nominee has been put forward. I'm. Christian I agree with you completely, I mean this this her career even before she got on the court is astonishing in all of us who are working women who are women who can sign around credit card applications and hold a mortgage in our own name and pursue our careers including. Alexis. Johnson wrote this morning you know including the current nominee to the court. We are -bility to do that to repair Berg I mean she dreamed up the idea that the equal protection clause should cover women equally as we weren't in there we were you know the kinds of. Laws kept women out of the economic life of our country. Were not challenged until she had the foresights quite frankly and the legal ability to think that up and percents that and so even before she got on the court Mike Thurgood, Marshall's she had transformed landscape forever for all of us and my dog is Getting this okay. Tina go ahead see. My my story about Ginsburg is is a personal one. So I was in high school I was on trial and a week with states or nationals whatever and one of the guest judges was at school year. And then after the thing he he gave a talk for for the kids and we got to ask questions I asked him a question and answering made fun of. I I asked him how he squared his opinions about originalist. I didn't know what was called originalism. Downing intangible whatever. But how he's wearing those opinions. Brownie. Be Bored event, which was obviously against the original intent of the founding slavers. Yet like super important right and he laughed at me and then everybody else laughed and you're like I. Don't know what they're teaching school and everybody else. A bunch of jokes and then some like really not really credible answer I would later. So he kind of any make of me dismissing it is sat down kind of embarrassed son how GINSBURG heard this story? I am magid now that since they were friends was probably bragging. Point about how? Of. This seventeen year old or sixteen year old. But anyway she's GonNa Message to remark. That was held back. Kids they keep descending. which you know is again, I didn't even realize how awesome and amazing was. Sixteen seventeen year old kid. But it really to me goes to show that at even kind of social setting in A. In a private setting as it must have been for her earth the story. The her her commitment to raising credible questions and raising the sense not backing down She lived at right and she gave me a nice little note when I was a kid. To keep trying.
Portland sheriff disputes Trump's claim he supports president
"President trump, you have two minutes wise. Should Americans trust you over your opponent to deal with right crime bill nine, hundred and ninety four where you call them superpredators African. Americans the Super Predators and they've never forgotten that they've never forgotten. Also it's his two minutes. You did that and they call you Super Predator and I'm letting people out of jail. Now that you have treated the African American population community, you have treated the black community about as bed is anybody in this country that's president trump and Joe Biden sparring last night in Cleveland perhaps, the Congress moment of the evening when president trump was an interrupting almost everything Joe Biden said fact checkers have noted trump lied when he accused by calling black-americans superpredators. Actually. First. Lady Hillary Clinton who used that phrase in nineteen ninety four not Joe Biden still with US Temple University professor Marc Lamont Hill and Kristen Clark is now joining. She's the president and Executive Director of the National Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights under law, Kristen, let's begin with you start off with your reaction to what they said here we just were discussing president trump refusing to condemn white supremacists when pushed on at several times and on what he is saying here. Was a deeply disturbing moment last night in many respects. That question will you condemn white supremacy was a softball It was would have been very easy for president trump to disavow white supremacy in crystal clear terms. You think about the tragedies that the American nation has lived through in recent time the. Murder of nine peaceful. At the. Baptist. Church. In Charleston South Carolina the murderers of eleven worshippers at the tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh the murders of over twenty people in El Paso Texas the murder of heather higher in Charlottesville. Virginia these horrendous incidents all fueled by a white supremacist violence. Are Easy for any. reasonable. Minded. American to condemn much less the leader of our country and we know that the FBI director has identified white supremacy as one of the greatest threats that we face in our nation today. So I'm deeply disturbed and. I think about how history will reflect on this moment and Yesterday. Was a dark day for our country. I think about one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifteen when Woodrow Wilson screened birth of a nation inside the White House and over a century later, that is a moment. That stands out. For for any ordinary, American as a white. House that embraced unnecessarily white supremacist rhetoric and and essentially that's what we saw yesterday. We know that the proud boys are rejoicing today we know that they have taken this moment to breathe life into their movement. They are boasting about how last night has helped to. Energize their base and help them to recruit new members, and so this is a moment that poses a real and grave threat to black and Brown people in particular in our country who are often the victims of racial violence. and. Kristen. Clark this repeated emphasis the president throughout the debate last night and obviously in statements previously about the dangers of the left and then t for and he kept referring to Portland at one point claiming completely. Complete lie that the Sheriff of Portland had just that day endorsed him. But then Mike Reese who is the sheriff of the county which Portland is immediately tweeted out I have never supported Donald Trump and never will, and yet she brazenly claims that had the support of the sheriff a Portland,
Seattle Weekend Forecast: Less Smoke, More Rain
"A slow improvement in our air quality over the past 12 hours, an improvement that will continue as we look forward to the weekend. We welcome back the arrival of beneficial rain today, helping to remove all these airborne smoke particles that, in addition to more of an onshore breeze, developing this evening should help too slowly dilute. This stubborn smoke that's hanging out in our lower elevations. As we head into Saturday, lingering showers could be expected better air quality and even more So, on Sunday, I am expecting to be breathing better air by the end of the weekend in the comer Weather Center. I'm meteorologist Kristen Clark. Cloudy
Voter Suppression is Solvable
"Kristen Clark is the president and Executive Director of the national lawyers. Committee for Civil Rights under law. The committee was established in Nineteen, sixty, three at the request of president. John F Kennedy to target in particular the inequities confronting African Americans and other minorities. Clark sees the disenfranchisement of millions of American voters central to her work. Here's our conversation. Voter suppression solvable. And we can do it by restoring the Voting Rights Act. And resisting efforts made to deny people access to vote by mail in the midst of the pandemic. You know I think our listeners have at least some familiarity with the old voter suppression the Jim Crow Era. Poll taxes literacy requirements all those things that were supposed to be ended by the Voting Rights Act. But. There's a new voter suppression that we're dealing with. How is it different from the old voter suppression? There like cousins of the old tactics from the Jim Crow. Era, long gone are the days of literacy tests and understanding clauses and. Instead what we see today are equally nefarious efforts to make it harder for vulnerable communities to vote polling place consolidations, a literally efforts to shut down the vast majority of polling sites in a community under the guise of wanting to save money or save expense, but in ways that will make literally harder for people to vote on election day we see purging of the voter registration rolls, and it'll be packaged as we're just cleaning up the roles, but often when you dig D- what you find our efforts to remove African American and Latinos from the Registration Rolls People who are legitimately registered exercise that right and have every right to be there. So why do these kinds of procedural changes rule changes disproportionately affect Black Latino and other minority voters. Our country has a long and sordid history of efforts to deny African Americans access to the franchise. In nineteen, sixty, five on bloody Sunday when peaceful demonstrators including John Lewis were brutally assaulted while crossing the Edmund Pettus bridge in search of in the quest for the right to vote those horrible events gave rise to passage of the voting. Rights Act today that racial histories still looms heavy, and we continue to see states that have built into their DNA this desire, this unfortunate to oppress people of Color African Americans, and Latinos are growing in number in many parts of the country, and there is a correlation. We often find that it is in those very communities where. People seek to maintain and preserve the status quo to resist the change in demographics shifts that may be happening in their communities, so this ugly racial history is something that we have to confront that we to air out when we talk about voter suppression, and when we talk about exactly why we need to restore the voting, rights act in have in place once again. It's full protections.
Seattle could see first 70-degree day of 2020 this week
"Meteorologist Kristen Clark is here some subtle changes in the atmosphere he added that all has to do with that marine layer that's going to be really developing tonight folks of that northwest cool ocean air moving into the future sound and that's the set the stage for those low clouds misty drizzle to potentially form across our area that's really the only that is measurable rain potentially that we will see for the rest of this week looking at sunny dry and warmer weather to arrive later on this week maybe hitting your first seventy degree day of the year on Friday followed by additional showers Saturday to at least start the weekend Sunday looks sunnier and drier before more rain moves back in early