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Storm Zeta racing along after slamming into Louisiana
"Zeta is now a tropical storm After making landfall yesterday along the Louisiana coast as a Category two hurricane, it brought heavy rain, dangerous storm surge and high winds to the region. At least two deaths have been
Cold front crosses Houston as Zeta strengthens, aims toward New Orleans
"Northwest winds for Houston. Continue as Zeta makes landfall Wait today across the Louisiana coast, this time or of a direct hit to New Orleans on boys storm after storm and well into the Greek alphabet here for 2020, all the tropical weather alerts or east of the state line. 55 degrees are high today. 47 tonight with some light rain sunshine Tomorrow. Northwest winds High 63 upper forties Thursday
Hurricane Zeta to Make Landfall in Louisiana
"Zetas just hours away from impact along the Louisiana coast, forecasters say By then, it could be a Category two storm with top winds around 100 Miles an hour for the seventh time this season, the National Hurricane Center says Louisiana's in the bull's eye of a hurricane. During a pandemic, and I know that everybody's tired of Kobe. We're also tired of hurricanes, but neither the virus there, Mother Nature is going to take that into account. We have to be resolute Governor John Bell Edwards urging everyone to safely prepare for Hurricane Zeta to knock out power and caused flooding across the region.
Hurricane warnings in effect along Gulf Coast as Zeta nears
"Zeta is expecting to be a hurricane by the time it hits Louisiana Coast tomorrow. Coast of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama are under hurricane warnings. All parts of the Florida and Alabama coast are under tropical storm warnings. All
Hurricane Delta leaves 700,000 people without power
"Now a tropical storm pummeled the Louisiana coast after it made landfall last night. The storm brought 100 mile per hour winds and caused flooding power outages and flipped over vehicles. Nearly 11 million people were in the storm's path and more than 700,000 remain without power. Here's an
"louisiana coast" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Doors, siding and roofing at guaranteed everyday low prices When the world of Boston dot com Now that's window world of boston dot com, Looking at the Ford A. W B Z AKI Weather forecast There is both an elevated wildfire risk and a gale warning in effect into this evening. It's going to be windy this evening, some gusts reaching 40 miles an hour. Then breezy overnight down to 55. Tomorrow's going to be much cooler clouds and sun Hi's from 60 near the water to around 66 well inland. Monday is going to be a cloudy day periods of rain High 56, then Tuesday, rainy in the morning than turning milder in the afternoon high 67 right now it's 77 in Medford, 78. Randolph. 77 a few clouds over Boston at 405. Tropical Storm Delta, downgraded from a hurricane pummels the Louisiana coast after making landfall last night. The storm brought 100 Mile an hour winds caused flooding power outages and flipped over vehicles. CBS Jeff for a deli gives us an update on where Delta is headed. Now the centre is rather hollow. It's located in and around Memphis, Tennessee. But it has a large rain shield and rain is going to be the main issue during the day today and really threw about Monday or so The storm is not moving very fast. Neither is its moisture shield, so a lot of the Southeast is going to get wet. The eastern half of the storm is likely to have some isolated tornadoes. And now the heavy rain is spreading through the Tennessee and Ohio River Valley. Nearly 11 million people were in the storm's path more than 700,000 residents without power in Texas, Louisiana.
"louisiana coast" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Ago, taking those leaves this weekend clear to partly cloudy for your drive. Alone. You're 54 in Boston with got mitt. Upper forties for the low Tonight, North and west for your Saturday Tomorrow Beautiful out there. Sunny and windy, certainly feeling a bit more like summer. Then it will be the fall though high near 76 inland Low seventies on the Cape. Partly cloudy tomorrow night with a low near 57 Sunday, cooling off a bit with a mix of sun and clouds breezy out there with a high in the low to mid sixties. Now. Our next chance of rain is coming on Monday with a high in the upper fifties. More rain possible out there on Tuesday as well with a high in the low to mid sixties. Let's take a look at the temperature map right now, checking out Western mass word 50 Foreign Belcher town on the vineyard right now also 54 in Oak Bluffs. North of town, 51 in Lawrence. And right now in Boston at 705. We've got partly cloudy skies and 56 degrees. All right, this just in to the W B C newsroom. Hurricane Delta has officially made landfall in Louisiana as a Category two storm, the National Weather Service, saying as of last check about 20 minutes ago, The storm was weakening ever so slightly with 100 Mile an hour sustained winds. But still it's creating with the hurricane Center calls a life threatening situation. Let's get the latest from CBS News, Lonnie Quinn. This is the strongest force in the last 150 years to hit this Far West in the Gulf of Mexico. And, of course, that area's still recovering from the onslaught of Hurricane Laura back in August. So again right now Hurricane Delta Jeff coming onshore in the Gulf Coast region right on the coast of Louisiana. That storm packing maximum sustained winds of 100 Miles an hour, where many areas already starting to see storm surge as well. The Hurricane center says this storm surge inundation right now over 7 ft. In some parts of Louisiana, we've got our eyes on this storm. And we'll keep you posted right here on W busy as we learn more in time Mayor Marty Walsh in Ballston, announcing today, a Grant's been awarded to the city to protect against the effects of climate change. That grant of more than $280,000 will fund a study on planning for extreme heat over the next few decades. The study of is part of climate Ready Boston Initiative to develop solutions for other situations involving climate change. Like this high heat increased numbers of storms, stronger storms to and flooding. They say they want to develop these solutions through policy changes, and it changes in infrastructure as well. Boston among 41 other cities and towns that got that funding from the Office of Energy and Environment Affairs. 707 the FDA alerting patients tonight about two recalls of an anti diabetes drug. Mark San's Pharma and son Pharmaceutical are the latest drug companies to issue voluntary recalls of extended release met Foreman because it may contain high levels of a cancer causing.
Hurricane Delta makes landfall on Louisiana coast
"As a Category two storm, the National Weather Service, saying as of last check about 20 minutes ago, The storm was weakening ever so slightly with 100 Mile an hour sustained winds. But still it's creating with the hurricane Center calls a life threatening situation. Let's get the latest from CBS News, Lonnie Quinn. This is the strongest force in the last 150 years to hit this Far West in the Gulf of Mexico. And, of course, that area's still recovering from the onslaught of Hurricane Laura back in August. So again right now Hurricane Delta Jeff coming onshore in the Gulf Coast region right on the coast of Louisiana. That storm packing maximum sustained winds of 100 Miles an hour, where many areas already starting to see storm surge as well. The Hurricane center says this storm surge inundation right now over 7 ft. In some parts of Louisiana, we've got our eyes on this storm. And we'll keep you posted right here on W
"louisiana coast" Discussed on KOMO
"Louisiana coast. The National Hurricane Center says Maximum sustained winds are now 110. Miles an hour. The four Minneapolis police officer accused into the death of George Floyd is temporarily being allowed to leave Minnesota for his own safety. A judge changed the probation requirements today. So Derrick show Vin Can't leave the state. She even got out of jail earlier this week on a $1 million bond Friday saw new record number of worldwide Covad 19 cases. NBC's Brian Clark has more 109,000 of the 350,000 new cases Friday were reported in Europe. But here the US five states reported new single day case records Thursday, including Wisconsin with more than 3000. 11 States have reported new record hospitalization number since Sunday. The seven day national average of new cases is now at its highest level since August. 20th part of that increase being driven by the North East, where the seven day average is at its highest since late May. A national daily death rate is slowly declining. That currently sits at 680 for Brian Clark. ABC News, The Centers for Disease Control, says another 20,000 Americans could die from Cove in 19. Just in the next three weeks before Election Day. NBC's Will Reeve has the story. Wisconsin among four states reporting record high numbers of Corona virus cases, as colder weather leads to fears of a new surgeon, the Northeast if you're gathering together indoors Assume someone in that group that's outside of your family household that could be positive and wear your mask and continue to physically distant. Dr. Anthony Fauci, speaking Thursday, saying It could be a year before we have a return to normal life. Will people have to.
"louisiana coast" Discussed on WTVN
"Actually in Texas over here. Attacks is starting to feel some of this. But Louisiana is as well up there starting to see it on the radar, starting to get some of the outer bands and seeing the wind picking up across the Texas and Louisiana Coast mark. So, yeah. Delta is already making its presence known. Landfall isn't for another four or five hours by the best testaments right now and still looks as though it's going to come in. Right about Cameron, Louisiana. That's where also Hurricane Laura did three weeks ago. Six weeks ago. Today market hasn't been that long. They're still trying to recover absolutely terrible for those people. This is a record isn't not Jim. It is 10. This year, 10 named storms have struck the U. S. That hasn't happened since the team since around World War. We've had four storms that have struck Louisiana. That also is a record that you know the records are just falling all through this year. In terms of hurricanes, they said it would be a busy hurricane urine. It has been No doubt about that. Alright, stay safe. And you said were several out for five hours away from landfall. As of right now, we're talking about Delta, but yeah, about four or five hours. Yeah, that's that's thinking. Right now. The is moving fairly quickly. It's something like 13 MPH. That's fast. By storm terms lower was going much slower than that and dumping a lot more rain. So this one, the faster it goes, the better that's dropped down now to Category two hurricane status with winds about 105 MPH so that those are two good things, at least, but still, it's going to hit an area. Just doesn't need this kind of damage again. Mark and it's a cat to as of right now or three. Okay, Very good. What's the wind? Do you have that in front of you Hate to put you on the spot to the cat to what the wind speeds with that? About 105 MPH that's going if it drops down another seven. It'll be Donut one step. I don't think anybody expected to do that. It might could. But the governor here, the governor, Louisiana has said Don't Well, think about these numbers. These cat one cat two, Cat three. It's really irrelevant because you know whether it's a two or three gonna bring a lot of damage the potential for a strong storm surge probably 11 ft at Shoreline. And a lot of rain up to nine inches in some places, and even more than that, right at the eye of the storm, as it comes in, So, yeah, they categories they're They're important, but they're not everything and some 800 people right now are in shelters and Alexandria, Louisiana. All right. Very good. Jim Ryan ABC News. Stay safe. Thanks for the very latest. We appreciate you. Thanks, Garcia, Man, 105 Miles an hours to Bree's Me not not crazy. Breathe. That's what I call a two club wind ticket. Take a couple extra clubs. That's nothing big, right? You just hit a little knock down, Put it back in your pants, and you just stay with it right through the window. I was going to ask him. I didn't have the.
What can Houston area expect from Hurricane Delta?
"From from the the Louisiana Louisiana Coast Coast is is some some of of the the outer outer bands bands or or bringing bringing rain. rain. To To the the east east of of the the east east tax tax in in our our area area and and then then east east of of the the Gulf Gulf Freeway Freeway in in the the Houston Houston area, area, so so pulling pulling up up the the radar radar right right now now looking looking looking at at at it. it. it. You You You know know know how how how radar radar radar is is is you you you get get get those those those big big big red red red areas. areas. areas. We We We don't don't don't have have have that that that everything everything everything is is in in the the green green and and the the yellow yellow and and along along the the East East Tex Tex Freeway, Freeway, you're you're kind kind of of in in the the green, green, but but it it doesn't doesn't look look like like you're you're going to really hit much rainfall until you get past. Let's say Cleveland and then if you are on the Gulf Freeway might see a little bit of rain around Pasadena. Perhaps round League City. Caroline Looks like you've got a pop up shower That's half If you're on the West side, you're really not seeing much rain at all. Today's commemorative Air Force
Live updates: Hurricane Delta starts lashing Texas and Louisiana
"Now near the Louisiana coast. Slyness. Hurricane Delta bears down on the region. It's a Category three hurricane but is expected to weekend as Delta approaches the Gulf Coast. Big ways starting to roll in from Galveston, Texas, to Louisiana. What about the storm's impact on
Dangerous Hurricane Delta makes landfall over Mexico's Yucatan
"A dangerous hurricane Delta made landfall this morning along Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula as a Category two storm with winds of 110 MPH. The forecast track has Delta veering to the Northeast, arriving off the Louisiana coast Friday afternoon. What's expected there We are looking at some storm surge and probably a half a foot of rain. But the wind damage may be the worst out of this storm with not a large area. But some areas getting winds in excess of 110 and 115 Miles an hour that
Hurricane Delta Intensifies to Category 4
"In the Caribbean Hurricane Delta strengthened into an extremely dangerous category four storm today with the US Gulf coast in its sites. Let's bring roker with the latest al.. Lester it is now a strong category for taking aim right now on Mexico one hundred and forty five mph winds moving west northwest at seventeen makes landfall sometime tomorrow as a devastating category for out into the Gulf intensifies as a category four storm making landfall along the Louisiana coast some time later Friday night early. Saturday. The European bottle, a little to the West. But as you can see Lester from Galveston to New Orleans, we have the risk of the storm making landfall. We do know anywhere from five to ten inches of rain, and that may increase as time moves
Beta becomes 9th storm to make landfall in 2020's record-shattering season
"Tropical storm conditions continuing in parts of Texas and Louisiana is tropical Storm Beta slowly works its way into part of the country that's already been drenched and battered during a busy hurricane season. National Hurricane Center says beta could bring up to 15 inches of rain and up to 5 FT of storm surge and some coastal communities. Into the morning hours when Beta is expected to make landfall. In Texas and along the Louisiana coast. It'll be the knife named Storm to hit the Continental U. S and 22 20, tying a record set back in 1916.
Slow-moving Hurricane Sally takes aim at Gulf Coast
"The Gulf Coast is bracing for another hurricane. The National Hurricane Center says Sally, which was a tropical storm has strengthened into a Category one Hurricane Kelly has already been dumping rain on Florida and is likely to strengthen as it heads towards the Louisiana coast. And New Orleans. Joining us now is Jeff Hoffman, director and chief meteorologist at the Florida Public Radio Emergency Network. Jeff Where is Sally now? And what's its track and timing for land landfall? Good afternoon. Jeremy Sally is of course, as you mentioned now Hurricane it's about due south of Pensacola, and it's moving slowly to the West West Northwest and expected to continue strengthening it underwent a rapid intensification cycle this morning. Winds are now gusting well into Hurricane force is expected to potentially come close to a Category two before landfall. On that landfall track has shifted slightly to the East. Because this morning, Gerry the center reformed a bit to the east as well which that tends to happen sometimes when storms undergo rapid intensification landfalls now projected to be somewhere along the southeast coast of Louisiana, southern coast of Mississippi and Alabama sometime Tuesday afternoon to Tuesday night. Emphasis on the word slow. It's a very slow moving system, of course, which will enhance the potential for flooding. That's going to be the big story. I think with now Hurricane Sally well, and Louisiana's governor John Bell. Edwards has already declared a state of emergency for Louisiana, which is still dealing with the damage from Hurricane Laura that made landfall there just three weeks ago with 150 mile per hour winds. Some people still don't have power. Sounds like Sally is not going to be as bad as Laura. In terms of the widespread wind damage likely not that remember every hurricane or every tropical system, not just hurricanes are very unique, imposed their own hazards. This one is a slow moving system. It's goingto produce a prolonged period of life threatening storm surge. For pretty much from the mouth of the Mississippi River all the way over to maybe Pensacola and then because the storm is going to be in the vicinity of the northern Gulf Coast states for two, maybe three days, we're talking. Maybe Wednesday or Thursday before it pulls up into the southern appellations. Very heavy rain inland. Flooding freshwater flooding flash flooding. We're talking about a 2 to 3 Day event here that could produce rain totals in the order of 10 to 20 inches nearer and east of where the center tracks. I'm looking at the National Hurricane Center website right now, and there are 1234567 Systems out there. Not all of them have become even tropical storms yet, but this is a pretty busy season. Yeah. When it comes to records, Where do you begin? I mean, right now we have five tropical cyclones or named storms that is tied for the record a same time on were now only one name away from having to move into the Greek alphabet. Eyes to certainly what they call a hyperactive season and we have broken. I think I'm losing count, but somewhere over 13 or 14 records in terms of the earliest, a particular name storm forms The numbers keep falling that we've had a fairly weak systems Other than Laura and Sally is, of course, a significant threat to the northern Gulf Coast states. But for example, in Florida they've we've missed most of the storms in Florida on DH. There's still a potential we still several more weeks of the peak of hurricane season to go. It is Jeff Hoffman, director and chief meteorologist at the Florida Public Radio Emergency Network. As we keep an eye on Sally, which, as we said, is now a hurricane heading toward the Louisiana Coast, Jeff Thanks as always. All right. Thank you.
Hundreds of thousands still without power in Louisiana
"Officials along the Louisiana coast are warning residents will face weeks without power and water after Lars, severe winds and flooding damaged infrastructure. The death toll stands at
"louisiana coast" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Tuesday. Masks, of course, will be required equipment has to stay 6 FT apart, and people entering the gym have to sign a form stating that they will adhere to the rules. Hurricane Laura is expected to hit Louisiana and Texas on the coastline potentially as a Category four storm overnight. The Hurricane center is warning the storm surge could reach Unsurvivable Unsurvivable the word you're using 20 ft in parts of Texas and Louisiana. National Hurricane Center director Can Graham says the storm surge would be mass 10 to 15 Ft of storm surge so that again above the ground waves on top of that extremely dangerous life threatening and very destructive storm surge at least 20 million or in the storm's path. Over a half a million have been told to evacuate. CBS News correspondent Maria via Rials, says that the sheriff's officers are going door to door in Beaumont, Texas, urging folks to leave their homes but some residents they will not budge. Sheriff's office. With the clock ticking deputies delivered an urgent warning to people living in flood prone neighborhoods. Get out or be prepared to weather Hurricane Laura from home. We may not be able to get Teo, Maryland, Satya Tano told us. She's not leaving. She's lived in Jefferson County for 27 years and has stayed home through several hurricanes. This one's going is scary or no one did it supposed to be stronger and Still unpredictable. She's scary to leave your stuff behind. But county Sheriff Xena Stephen stressed it will be critical for people to heed mandatory evacuation orders before it's too late. Right now. Laura is a Category three and is rapidly intensifying over those warm waters in the Gulf of Mexico. Meteorology just watching it already looks like some of the outer bands were hitting the Louisiana Coast. 1 36 WCBS news time, the latest on your ride with traffic and weather together in just a moment. Hi Carol from L A here when we rescued Sadie, our shelter said she was a lab mix. But that didn't seem right because of all of her energy, So we decided to test her DNA.
Hurricane Laura forecast to become a Category 4 storm
"Hurricane Laura closing in on the Texas Louisiana coast thie category three Storm Could be a four with 130 Mile an hour plus winds when it hits tomorrow tonight into tomorrow, the potential of deadly storm surge 7 to 11 FT. Is mean it'll inundate. Well,
"louisiana coast" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Cloudy at 10 o'clock. I'm Poul Rasmussen. Hi. Three people shot to fatally overnight in Kenosha, Wisconsin. It happened during unrest between protesters, police and an armed group protecting property video shows a white man with a rifle being chased through a crowd before he falls. Two men try to kick him and take the weapon. A man then opened fire. It happened during a third night of violent protests over the police shooting of Jacob Blake. Officers used tear gas to disperse people ignoring a curfew. Forecasters say Hurricane Laurie is now expected to become a catastrophic Category four hurricane stronger than the Category three storm. They thought it would be Laura is heading toward Texas and Louisiana, right within 20 Miles or so either way of the Louisiana Texas State line, That's where you're absolutely going to get crushed by this storm. And then the storm will continue with so much power inland that 200 miles away from the coast. You will be seeing hurricane force winds and hurricane condition at CBS News meteorologist David Parkinson War is expected to come ashore this evening, Melania Trump expressed sympathy for families affected by the pandemic. In her prime time RNC speech last night. Here's the AP Soccer. Madani, the first lady focused on the virus early in her remarks. I know many people are anxious and some feel helpless. I want you to know you're not alone and said her husband will not rest until he's taken care of all those affected. As the U. S death toll surged past 178,000. But while she spoke neither the president nor most of those in the family and friends, part of the Rose Garden war masks, and the seats were only about 2 ft. Apart. SOCCER Megane Washington You can listen to CBS News radio coverage of the RNC starting at nine PM on Katie Kay Radio. The Pittsburgh Public School Board has two big decisions to make today one is renewing the superintendent's contract, the other on playing fall sports. Katy Katy B's Lindsay Ward has more. Let's start with their consideration in renewing Dr Anthony Hamlets contract If they approve it would keep him on for another four years. We spoke to district parents, who are mixed on his performance and his job as superintendent has also been surrounded by controversy has reported extensively about his unauthorized trip to Cuba. Back in 2019 Me while the other big vote is about whether fall sport should be happening or not, Hamlet. Tell us Katie Kay, he recommended to the school board to not have sports in the fall. The school board's virtual meeting will start at 4 P.m.. On Wall Street heparin, Tillotson says that now is down 43 points in 28,002 06. The NASDAQ is up 55 the SNP up five in sports. The Pirates and White Sox finish a two game Siri's this afternoon. Trevor Williams starts for the Bucks. It's 10 03 tied to get the bathroom You've always wanted with three bath visit re bath dot com. Triple A traffic and AKI weather coming up. It's me.
"louisiana coast" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Get back on the guy doing. Hey, listen, I appreciate the call. Michael had a role. I got to get to news. And we'll pick it up afterwards of your calls of 513749 7000. It's a Scots long show just trying to figure it out like you. 700 news, traffic and Weather news Radio 700 w ell delegate Cincinnati. All eyes on Hurricane Laura with a 9 30 report on Bryant Combs. Breaking now could be a Category four hurricane When it comes to shore along Louisiana, Texas coast late tonight or early tomorrow, Hurricane Laura's now threatening the Gulf Coast, and then we'll be moving across much of the country Last flood watches all the way up through central Arkansas. You'll easily get a half foot some places locally over a foot. And that will extend as this thing moves out through Kentucky. Eventually, the mid Atlantic by later this week, early weekend, that's ABC meteorologist Ginger Zee, you contract storm for 700 WW dot com We are in the path of Laura expecting heavy rain Friday into Saturday. Weather together from the UC, Help transfixed centre back to school. Time can be stressful. You see, Help provides nationally recognized mental health. Consult teen services to address stressors. Learn more Had you see help dot com Sometimes 75 slows a bit coming out of downtown. Thanks to the barrels in the cut. I'm also seeing some heavy traffic westbound on the lateral. Off a 71. That's due to what work crew that has the left lane blocked. Chuck Ingram news radio 700.
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"He can to take care of everyone impacted by this terrible pandemic while speaking at the Republican National Convention from the refurbished the White House Rose Garden. Mrs. Trump said the Trump Administration will not stop fighting until every American has access to the Corona virus vaccine once it becomes available. She also said she is confident her husband will be re elected in November. A leader of the Navajo Nation, is crediting President Trump with inviting native Americans to take part in the American dream. You see, our people have never been invited into the American dream. We four years congressional battles with past congressmen and senators that were part of a broken system that ignored us. That is until President Trump took office. Navajo Nation Vice president Myron Leiser said Trump delivered the largest funding package to Native Americans. Protesters continue to hit the streets of Kenosha, Wisconsin, demanding justice for Jacob Blake, the father of six, is now paralyzed after being shot several times in front of his Children on Sunday. National Guard, troops and officers have been lined up along a fence put up around all government buildings. After two nights of violence, the state has declared a state of emergency. Hurricane Laura is getting stronger Is it churns through the Gulf of Mexico? The National Hurricane Center says the storm will likely be a major hurricane when it makes landfall. This could happen as early as tonight near the Upper Texas in southwest Louisiana coasts. NewsRadio, 9 21 or 47 FM sports. The Red Sox rally past the Blue Jays, 9 to 7 in Buffalo, The Bruins lost 4 to 3 in overtime to lightning and Game two of their East semifinal in Toronto..
Hurricane Laura headed for category 3 'life-threatening' storm, says NWS
"Million people have been ordered to evacuate the Texas and Louisiana coasts ahead of Hurricane Laura. Forecasters expect Laura to grow to a major category three hurricane before hitting the coastline late today. We're early tomorrow. National Hurricane Center warrants of potentially devastating damage. Scientists predict up to 13 FT of storm surge
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner says Hurricane Laura is a "dangerous storm" as the city prepares for its arrival
"U S evacuation of the pandemic hundreds of thousands half a million along the Texas and Louisiana coast, getting out ahead of Hurricane Laura's arrival late tonight or early tomorrow in Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner, the tracking of this storm. Has been someone unpredictable. But what is consistent is that this is a dangerous this is a dangerous storm it could make landfall is a major Category three hurricane
"louisiana coast" Discussed on KTRH
"The latest news, weather and traffic from the gallery furniture made in America Studios. Hurricane Laura continues to threaten the Southeast Texas coast. I'm Cory Olsen with your top of the hour Update on NewsRadio, 7 40. Katie are H first. Let's check that forecast, with meteorologist Scott Lawrimore at the Weather Channel. Tropical Storm warnings flying for Houston all the way up north of Trinity hurricane warnings in effect for the Southeast Texas coast. Southwestern parishes. Louisiana Laura looks much better put together in the Gulf now open waters of the Gulf and continues to move quickly. Northwest expected to achieve Cat three status before landfall, the Texas Louisiana state line Wednesday night early Thursday morning, Houston should prepare for the potential for Hurricane force. Gust winds and that will be Wednesday night and early Thursday morning, Arlo tonight Tropical at 80 degrees, rain chances going up and heavy rainfall and wind coming in Wednesday night overnight into Thursday morning. I'm meteorologist Scott Lawrimore, the weather Channel. Thanks, candour. Tom Story Governor Greg Abbott says Southeast and East Texas need to be ready for Hurricane Laura Houston and parts of west of Houston. Fall within that area of the danger zone of what will be very high winds, including high winds very far inland. Governor expects plenty of devastation from wind and is also worried about storm surge along the coast. When Laura hits Wednesday night and into Thursday, Galveston County Judge Mark Henry updating his county's evacuation orders for the city of LA Market is only a mandatory evacuation outside the levee Oring protection.
Tropical Storm Laura threatens the U.S. Gulf Coast
"The National Hurricane Center says what was Tropical Storm Marco is breaking up off the Louisiana coast. The tropical storm. Laura has entered the Gulf of Mexico. Forecasters predict it will become a major hurricane by tomorrow. Houston is in the cone, where Laura may make landfall used in Mayor Sylvester Turner says City residents were prepared for Marco and will be for Laura. We find ourselves here again. You know, but the good news is that way. Our battle tested And so we are ready to deal with this situation as well. Tropical Storm Laura killed at least 11 people in the Dominican Republic and in Haiti. A tropical storm also caused damage and extensive flooding in
"louisiana coast" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"He nominated for a second term in office. We have to win. Our country is counting on it. This is the biggest this Is it our country, Khun go in a horrible, horrible direction or in an even greater direction. In the first night of speeches, black South Carolina Senator Tim Scott compared and contrasted the two candidates, Biden led the charge on the crime bill that put millions of black Americans behind bars. President Trump's criminal justice reform law fixed many of the disparities biting, created and made our system more fair and just for all Americans due to speak on Tuesday evening, first lady Melania Trump In other words, California WILDFIRES another day of lightning and winds and that men Mohr hard work for firefighters as CBS's Jonathan Vig. Liani reports, wildfires have displaced more than nearly 200,000 Californians, almost a billion and a half acres the size of the Grand Canyon are in the firefighting lines, much of it so rugged the attack can only be by air Tropical Storm Marco brought a surge of high water to the Louisiana coast on Monday, setting the stage for Tropical Storm Laura. You approach the same stretch of the Gulf Coast is a Hurricane Laura drenched much of Cuba on Monday. Postmaster General Lewis to Joy told lawmakers on Monday He thinks the president's repeated attacks on mail in ballots are not helpful. But he denied that recent changes at the Postal Service are linked to the November elections and that things are improving. We are very concerned with the deterioration and service and are working very diligently, in fact, was seeing a Ah big recovery this week. There are now more than 23 Million Corona virus cases worldwide, more than 5.7 million of them in the US alone. Some states like Florida are continuing Yuri Open where they are able. CBS's Manuel Harkis reports Florida judge sided with the state's largest teachers union, halting a state order to reopen schools to in person instruction. But fans will be in the stands for the Miami Dolphins home opener next month at 20% capacity. The leader of Liberty University in Virginia already on leave, maybe stepping down here. CBS's Jim Krystle, a 58 year old Jerry Falwell Jr took over Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, in May of 2007 after his father and the school's founder, Jerry Falwell Sr. Died. He often generated controversy with comments about Muslims. He's been a strong supporter of President Donald Trump and backed him early on. Stock futures are pointing higher this early morning on the East Coast. This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS News Radio 24 hours a day, seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com APP de loaded today. Coming up this time in 203. Here's your traffic.
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"Formally nominated for a second term in office. We have to win. Our country is counting on it. This is the biggest this Is it our country, Khun go in a horrible, horrible direction or in an even greater direction. In the first night of speeches, black South Carolina Senator Tim Scott compared and contrasted the two candidates, Biden led the charge on the crime bill that put millions of black Americans behind bars. President Trump's criminal justice reform law fixed many of the disparities biting, created and made our system more fair and just for all Americans due to speak on Tuesday evening, first lady Melania Trump In other words, California WILDFIRES another day of lightning and winds and that men Mohr hard work for firefighters as CBS's Jonathan Vig. LIANI reports, wildfires have displaced more than nearly 200,000 Californians. Almost a million and a half acres the size of the Grand Canyon are in the firefighting lines, much of it so rugged The attack can only be by air Tropical Storm Marco brought a surge of high water to the Louisiana coast on Monday, setting the stage for Tropical Storm Laura to approach the same stretch of the Gulf Coast is a hurricane Laura drenched much of Cuba on Monday. Postmaster General Lewis to Joy told lawmakers on Monday He thinks the president's repeated attacks on mail in ballots are not helpful. But he denied that recent changes at the Postal Service are linked to the November elections and that things are improving. We are very concerned with the deterioration And and service and working very diligently, in fact, was seeing a AH big recovery this week. There are now more than 23 Million Corona virus cases worldwide, more than 5.7 million of them in the US alone. Some states like Florida are continuing Yuri Open where they are able CBS's Manuel Barkus reports Florida judge sided with the state's largest teachers union, halting a state order to reopen schools to in person instruction. But fans will be in the stands for the Miami Dolphins home opener next month at 20% capacity. The leader of Liberty University in Virginia already on leave, maybe stepping down here. CBS's Jim Krystle, a 58 year old Jerry Falwell Jr took over Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, in May of 2007 after his father and the school's founder, Jerry Falwell Sr. Died. He often generated controversy with comments about Muslims. He's been a strong supporter of President Donald Trump and backed him early on. Stock futures are pointing higher this early morning on the East Coast. This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS News Radio 24 hours a day, seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com APP de loaded today. Your news, Live and local. This is WCBS news Radio eight radio dot com Station. It is already a warm morning. Never really cool down overnight. It is 80 degrees under fair skies in Central Park View, CBS News time 12 03. New York City schools were set to open in 2.5 weeks and yesterday marriage, Blasio and his school's chancellor announced an outdoor learning plan. Rich Lamb has details, noting as he put it that Cove it does not spread the same outdoors. Mayor De Blasio says parents and principles have been asking about closing streets as well as putting up tents on city Park property. His ways to expand space for schools. So we heard those voices that said, Could we do something different? Under these circumstances? The answer is, yes. And this would apply to our public schools are charter schools. Private religious schools, learning bridge schools, You name it. One standard for all and the mayor underscores schools are not required to use outdoor space. But Chancellor Richard Carranza says he has received many emails from principles, saying their communities like the idea what's really important about this announcement. Is that we are sister agencies in the Department of Education are taking on the bureaucracy to streamline the approval process, the chancellor added. The point is getting the obstacles out of the way. Rich Lam WCBS news radio 88. There's still some homework to do for the many school districts in New Jersey Governor Murphy has the breakdown of 745 plans that were submitted for approval. And it's quite a buffet. Ah, current total of 436 reopening plans envisioned a hybrid model of both in person. And remote learning. 59 district's plan to reopen toe all in person learning in a current total of 180. Plan to begin their school years in an all remote fashion. And 11 plants contain some mix of all of the above 251 were completed. 3 89 reviewed and returned to districts for revisions 105 awaiting review. The plans include public, private and religious schools. The police and empty a admit they're stymied by the subway window smasher today yesterday that is they up their reward to $10,000 Joe Avelar has more Sunday night..
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"Publican convention in Charlotte. Mr. Trump spoke to delegates earlier today and again called into question the integrity of the November vote. We're going to win this election the only way they can take this election away from us. Is, If this is a rigged election, we're gonna win this election GOP chair Rana McDaniel. The truth is, there's only one person who has empathized with everyday Americans and actually been fighting for them over the past four years, and that is President Donald Trump. Tropical Storm Marco continues to weaken after coming ashore in Louisiana. But Laura is close on its heels and could be a Category three hurricane by the time it hits Land, Janet Sham Lands and Venice, Louisiana oil platforms across the Gulf have been evacuated and the big evacuation has been called for the city of Port Arthur, Texas, that impact tens of thousands of people as they watched the path of this second storm. What progress is reported in the battle against three massive wildfires in Northern California. Officials say it will be weeks before the fires are out. At least seven people have died. CBS's Chris Martina Angel Cruz, grab her cat and fled as flames approached her neighborhood near Santa Cruz. Mentally it's It's terrible. I mean, we stand to lose everything that we have. Coupled with the pandemic. It's like a double whammy and maybe a triple whammy. Police say they're now dealing with looters and evacuated neighborhoods. So far, they've arrested 13 people. Protesters are defying a curfew in Kenosha, Wisconsin, the day after a police police shot a black man in the back seven times. Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barn spoke earlier. You think after the past few months, people who are stepping up to demand justice that Police Department chiefs of Police. Even police unions will rush to implement some sort of reform. That hasn't happened in or else you would have seen the actions that we all had to see last night. Teachers and parents got a brief glimpse of a new kind of pandemic here a nightmare today. That's when zoom, the video conferencing service that powers everything from distance learning to business meetings. To casually social distance getting get togethers abruptly went dead for roughly 2.5 hours this morning, many users were unable to load the zoom website. Officials say. The problem, though, has been fixed on Wall Street. Today, the Dow is up 378 points, NASDAQ gained 68th E S and P Up 34. This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS News Radio 24 hours a day, seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com map de loaded Today it is 90 degrees at 903 and nine Barbara Schwartz on NewsRadio. 10 80 K are all the Fort Worth police have arrested a woman in the death of her four year old daughter? Police spoke the 34 year old woman into jail tonight she faces a charge of capital murder. Police got a call this morning about a missing child in the near South side neighborhood determined there was a murder when they got to the scene. There is no word on a motive. As you're on CBS. Port Arthur being evacuated ahead of Tropical Storm Laura Tropical Storm Marco is falling apart as it nears Louisiana coast. But Laura's just behind and forecasters now fear it could become a bigger hurricane. Carol these Austin bureau chief, Chris Fox reports Governor Abbott has mobilized the Texas National Guard more than 70, members of the Texas Army, Air National Guard and State Guard have been activated ahead of tropical storms. Marco and Laura Governor Abbott extend to disaster declarations on 22 coastal Surge counties and Bear County in addition.
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"His union suit that says it's still not safe for them to go back to the classroom. The state and the district say it isthe Tropical Storm Marco's already surging water along the Louisiana coast is getting weaker, though, is it closes in on making landfall. This resident is concerned. It makes me nervous because the lovey is Jeopardized right now, And I'm afraid that with the storm coming through, it's goingto push the staying away from the levee in the burrito that's inside is going to be destroyed. A second tropical storm Laura is drenching Cuba and is expected to get stronger Is it charges into the Gulf Republicans have begun the process of formally nominating President Trump is the party's 2020 nominee. Rana McDaniel is the RNC's chairwoman. We are obviously disappointed we could not hold this an event in the same way we had originally planned on CBS this morning, White House chief of staff Mark Meadows was asked about a key trump departure. She made this decision that some people will see it as a difficult decision, but I believe if you ask Kellyanne Conway she believes she made the right decision for her fan 27 former GOP lawmakers say today. They back Joe Biden. On Capitol Hill House Democrats are getting a chance to question Postmaster General Luis de Joy. New York's Carolyn Maloney chairs the Oversight committee. We're hearing from constituents about significant delays and the delivery of mail. Medicines, food and other supplies. At least seven deaths are blamed on the wildfires in northern California Canyon. Howard is disregarding an evacuation notice in his neighborhood never been Like this forever before. I mean fire surrounding us and CBS's Jonathan vaguely Adi more than a million acres that burn in just over one week.
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"Bauer has all the details coming up in one half hour. Before eight o'clock. Brad Shams Dallas Cowboy report Right now we look. Att. Two storms Marco and Laura. It's likely that both will make rare back toe back Land falls in the United States over the next few days. We're joined by San Antonio. First news correspondent bills in for Bill, how rare are back to back landfalls? Well, we have avoided apparently one bit of history here, Charlie in that we have never had to hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico at the same time, and it appears that we will not Marco. As you mentioned, Tropical Storm status will not strengthen into Hurricane Laura will develop into hurricanes, perhaps a category two hurricane before it makes landfall landfall, but I I have no information that shows that this has ever happened before, in another way to tropical systems hitting the same area within 48 hours. I don't have any record of that happening before Charlie. And right now, the Louisiana coastline is that area. If you look at the paths of these two storms, they projected pads and the center line of that cone of uncertainty. That line crosses just a TTE, the Louisiana coastline south of Lake Charles. So the Louisiana coast is going to take your prototypical 12 punch with a stiff jab from Marco with a lot of rain and storm surge. And then here comes that overhand right coming from Laura with a direct impact on the Louisiana coastline. And we all know from past history. Ah, Louisiana doesn't fare well on these kind of storms. Absolutely not like low level. You look in a city like New Orleans, which is in that bowl, of course, and that's one area where there really keeping their fingers crossed again, Charlie because they're on the wrong side of the storm there on that upper right quadrant where the heaviest rain comes. The heaviest storm surge will come and right now tracking Marco that is headed right. At New Orleans, so they're keeping their fingers crossed that the reconstructed levees that we're all redone after Katrina will hold up and the pumping.
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"Not one, but two big storms are threatening Gulf Coast communities. First up is Marco on track to hit the Louisiana coast Monday. Right now it's apparently forgot to be your hurricane as it makes landfall. But Andy Ladder with the National Hurricane Center says there's a possibility Marco could weaken either way. It will have company in the form of Laura forecasting to be a hurricane when it makes landfall. And currently forecasting make landfall some somewhere central to western Louisiana. And that would be Thursday morning. Lado says they could have overlapping warnings for both storms, which is rare, so that's an interesting That we did not encounter here very often at all. Very I'm Julie Walker.
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"Approaching the Louisiana coast survey of tax rolls off to the east as a wrap of the weekend on the Sunday clear this morning this afternoon so I just a slight chance for a better from farther off to the east of highway ninety six party cloudy tonight low seventy eight a mix of clouds and sun tomorrow but isolated thunderstorms high of ninety seven the study Tuesday behind the upper nineties I'm meteorologist Jeff Maher from the weather channel ninety one on the island ninety two the woodlands ninety three and Katie and gorgeous and ninety four Decatur each top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center KTRE snooze times four oh one our top story Cristobal is heading north of the Gulf and he should hit Louisiana's eastern coastline within hours right now winds are at fifty miles an hour some strengthening is still possible although we don't expect it to reach hurricane strength that would require seventy four mile per hour winds prior to landfall we think sixty miles an hour is about what we're gonna see at landfall movement has slowed down to five miles an hour the winds caused a tornado in Orlando yesterday the heaviest rain has been the western coast of Florida and forecasters are warning residents from Louisiana all the way to Florida that more tornadoes are possible Houston praise tomorrow Houstonians pastors community leaders and law enforcement professionals are gathering for an evening of prayer at an event that they are calling Houston praise organizers say it's a way to bring a sense of calm and unity in response to over a week of protests around the country somewhere around five hundred attendees are expected it begins at six in the evening location one hundred Glendora the body of George make that the body of George Floyd has arrived in Houston the world's attention will soon be centered right here a northern California sheriff's deputy is dead and two other law enforcement officers are injured after they were ambushed by a gunman in Santa Cruz today fox is Christina Coleman has the story the FBI is now investigating this deadly attack deputies say the suspect had guns and explosives on him during this ambush yesterday flags will be flown at half staff today in the state capitol in honor of thirty eight year old Santa Cruz County sheriff's sergeant Damon guts Willer he was killed in this attack the governor released a statement calling the sergeant a hero that's Wheeler has been with the sheriff's office since two thousand six he is described as an officer who dedicated his life to protecting the community he leaves behind his expecting wife and a young child the suspect is identified as thirty eight year old Steven Carrillo when he was shot during the capture and was being treated at a hospital for non life threatening injuries K. Terry to news times four oh three there were protests worldwide yesterday hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets of London Hamburg Germany Brisbane Australia Seoul South Korea Washington DC New York Chicago LA as well as here in Texas Honda hunts will invite her doctorate that he found she is warning all these protests could lead to a spike in the number of coronavirus cases demonstrating are valid and yet the demonstration itself puts one added additional risk it's taxes businesses now may expand their occupancy to fifty percent of available space and bars as well as long as patrons are seated restaurants may expand their maximum table assigns to ten diners in sports well there's a classic Astros game at six o'clock tonight on sports talk seven ninety it's from June of twenty fifteen and it's when Carlos Correa made his first MLB debut on the south side of Chicago three year old colt honor eighty P. is heading to the Kentucky Derby this year's Germany was pushed back until September fifth the Preakness will be on October third Sally Adams newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. coming up your faster commute from the Gulf coast windows dot com traffic center this report is sponsored by American standard air dot com wow for IBM this summer this.
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"Postponed last month by the president a B. C. Serena Williams says there are ways to avoid the raids legally somebody who is under a deportation order does not have to open the door to an ice official for deportation because the warrant that unless they have a warrant signed by a judge it's a very different warned that a search warrant for example so these individuals are are now alerted to the fact that this rate is coming they can just keep the door shut officials say migrant families evacuating New Orleans due to the tropical storm and will not be targeted the wind and rain from tropical storm berry began hitting parts of Louisiana early this morning Karen Travers reports federal assistance is on the way with tropical storm berry barreling toward the Louisiana coast president trump has issued an emergency declaration for that state ordering federal assistance to supplement state and local response efforts to bring major and life threatening flash flooding to Louisiana now with up to two feet of rain in the forecast Thursday night the president issued a call to people along the Gulf coast to listen to the directions of FEMA and state and local officials Karen Travers ABC news the White House NBC twelves Andrew Friedman says Barry not expected to have much impact here the only thing that's going to happen from trouble trouble storm berries that it'll help keep us pretty humid as we head to the weekend and into next week and may be as we look at some afternoon thunderstorms maybe Tuesday into Wednesday we could see these enhanced a little bit by the remnants of very new information in the investigation of Doug Wilder while the former governor was found to have kissed a former BC you student he was cleared of.
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"Louisiana coast today's model it indicates that Texas will mostly be spared the Houston Rockets have traded Chris Paul to the Oklahoma City thunder for Russell Westbrook reuniting Brody and the beard you heard that correctly the rockets have traded Chris Paul to the thunder for Russell Westbrook and they will get to play together again UTMB police say an officer involved shooting happened near the hospital's trauma center and garage to today the department says the shooting did not involve the that that particular department Galveston county sheriff's office as the deputy shot and wounded an inmate who tried to escape while on a trip to the ER at the U. T. M. B. controversy over a questionnaire in an executive order for president trump this is as the administration finds an alternative following its effort to add as U. S. citizenship question on to the twenty twenty census president trump says he'll issue an executive order for agencies in the federal government to provide all requested records regarding citizens and non citizens in the U. S. census bureau can use this information along with information collected through the questionnaire to create the official census the move follows the supreme court's rejection of his administration's rationale for wanting to add the question Republicans call it common sense Democrats say president trump wants to include the citizenship question to intimidate minorities particularly Latinos Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer and others argue illegal immigrants might be to turn from answering the twenty twenty senses all together tomgram fox news okay tear each news time eleven oh three authorities are planning to arrest thousands of illegal immigrants this Sunday following through on previously delayed raids in ten US cities immigration and customs enforcement agents have been ready to carry out raids in late June but those were put on hold apparently there were concerns that too much about the operation had been leaked to the press and made public the GoPro reports is to target certain groups of illegal immigrants within so called sanctuary cities in which local authorities don't observe or force federal immigration law isis said that as circumstances allow families arrested together will be kept together at the tension centers in Texas and Pennsylvania where as many complain about parents facing charges being separated from children at the southern border that is James Flippen reporting well the Astros they didn't do too good tonight they lost five to nothing and the Astros players going to peel an expense and and Astros player is going to appeal a suspension levied against him by Major League Baseball a collision at the plate.