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"mississippi alabama border" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:34 min | 11 months ago

"mississippi alabama border" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Your life complexion 2020. Data zeroes in on the Gulf Coast. Tell me Sobriety. Fox News, The 27th named Storm of the Atlantic season heading for landfall today in Louisiana, and it's now a Category two hurricane top sustained winds of 100 MPH. Fox meteorologist Adam Klaus. Hurricane warnings have been issued from Morgan City, the Mississippi Alabama border and include New Orleans in a storm surge of 6 to 9. FT is forecast. A storm is fast moving, which means less for rain and flooding risk at landfall. One of the biggest concerns is the damage already done by previous hurricanes this summer miles of lingering debris, thousands of homes damaged or destroyed. Zeta is the fifth storm to hit the region since June. A curfew just confirmed in Philadelphia after two nights of protests that turned into violence and looting over the death of Walter Wallace, who police say was shot after refusing to drop a knife nearly 200 arrests made during the unrest in more than 20 officers injured. There also been nine ATM explosions they ask for help will be there very quickly. They should bring in the National Guard if the police need help. And they should do something. You can't let that go on President Trump's speaking in Las Vegas before heading to Arizona for two rallies. Today, he made law and order one of his campaign themes during a summer of unrest over racial injustice. After the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Joe Biden staying close to home in Delaware today and also talking about the violence in Philadelphia..

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"mississippi alabama border" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:46 min | 11 months ago

"mississippi alabama border" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Streak of job growth in American history. But just like everything else he inherited, he screwed it up. President Trump took to Twitter to respond, calling it a fake speech with no crowd. It was a drive in This crowd invitation on Lee. Both Joe Biden and President Trump will be back campaigning in Florida before Election Day. I'm Rory O'Neill. The president's campaign also battled for Florida voters on the state's 29 electoral votes. Daughter Ivanka Trump visited Miami and Sarasota. But this platform that they now support is a plan to transform America into a socialist country. Joe Biden is set to come to Tampa and Broward County on Thursday. The grown A virus is to blame for eight more deaths in Florida. The Department of Health announced Wednesday. Four deaths and marrying County three in Miami Dade County and one in Jackson County. Miami Dade leads the state with over 3600 deaths. The governor is warning northwest Florida to prepare for a coming storm. Hurricane Zeta is moving through the Gulf and a tropical storm watches in effect from the Mississippi Alabama border to the Okaloosa Walton County line. The storm is expected to pick up speed as it heads toward the northwest Gulf coast to Sandy's, advises northwest Florida residents to monitor the storm closely and gather seven days of supplies. Three counties in the Panhandle are limiting early voting hours ahead of Hurricane Zeta is Kambia Okaloosa, Santa Rosa counties are cutting their voting shorts to prepare for the storm that's expected to hit the region Wednesday. With Florida's news I'm Morgan Lash Grand to 12 chances a day to win $1000 use radio 6 10 Double o d branded. Your end is powered by the Dickstein Law for 18 Fella hurt.

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"mississippi alabama border" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"mississippi alabama border" Discussed on KOMO

"Have an offer on the table, a TTE some point when they decide that they want to live better lives. I believe that they'll engaged but you know we can't want peace for them and for their people more than they want it for themselves. Hurricane Sally spinning toward a collision with the Gulf Coast right now, the storm expected to make landfall along the Mississippi Alabama border early tomorrow, Forecasters say isolated areas could see 2 Ft. Of rain. The storm's outer bands already affecting a large part of the Gulf Coast. Huge areas of the West consumed by wildfire. ABC is Kaylee Hartung is in Smoky West Portland, Oregon was wildfires have taken the lives of at least 27 people in just the last week nine here in Oregon, this is about 28 major fires are burning in the state of California. And on Wall Street at this hour, the Dow up 176 points. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed the CO Mo Morning news. It's 802 right now A foggy and smoky Tuesday morning here in Western Washington, and some badly needed rain in an area stretching from about the South Hill of Puyallup toward Bonney Lake and up into the Cascades 61 degrees in Seattle right now, along with Greg Herschel time, Madam Factor. Here are the top stories from the camo 24 7 news Center, while our air quality alert has been extended until noon on Thursday now When we get more from comas, Carleen Johnson. Now the forecasting models projected. The bit of rain we've had would really help clear the air. But the technology for forecasting smoke is pretty knew. The latest is expect another couple days of hazy skies, unhealthy air and temperatures not really budging. As the sun's heat remains up there somewhere you may have gotten the air quality alert on your smartphone, and that's going to beach. Thursday at noon, you jump, atmospheric sciences professor Cliff Mass. Told our partners Station K V I. Climate change is not to blame for the fires and the smoke. Climate change really doesn't have a large impact on the Flyers.

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"mississippi alabama border" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"mississippi alabama border" Discussed on WJR 760

"Make landfall Monday but has now slowed down and strengthened turned to the Northeast late Tuesday expected to bring the eye of the storm ashore along the Mississippi Alabama border about 24 hours from now President Trump Monday, touring some of the damage done by California wildfires, but respectfully disagreeing with governor that climate change is the root cause of them. Governor Newsome conceded lands could be better managed to help reduce wildfire danger, as the president insists, but asked him to respect the difference of opinion Californians have on climate change. The president awarded seven California National Guard troops who rescued people who've been trapped by flames earlier this month with the Distinguished Flying Cross. Jessica Rosen Fall 24 people have died in the fires in California. Another 10 dead in Oregon, with the smoke from the fires were so thick, some airlines have canceled flights into and out of the Portland International Airport. Shot in the head as they sat in a patrol vehicle Saturday to L. A county sheriff's deputies continue to make progress toward their recovery, both now listed in stable condition. Sheriff Alex Vienna Wave. Oh, says anti cop sentiment from some groups has become dangerous. I know there's a narrative that people trying to push out that there's a George Floyd Happening in every single department across entire nation. That's absolutely false. Sheriff Villanueva Hunt FOXES Canady America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts Network, subscribe and listen to the tray. Gowdy podcast. Joey didn't fail. He lost. There's a huge difference. Politico doesn't know the difference. But the rest of us do good people can lose. Joe Kennedy is no failure is what the Democrats should embrace. He's certainly what all of his colleagues respected. It deserved more balanced coverage from the DC media. You won't tell you that, but I won't describe in listen now by going of Fox News cast. We're a nation founded on principles on freedom with leaders who changed the course of human civilization. When we take part.

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"mississippi alabama border" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"mississippi alabama border" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"I'm deeply indebted to keep listeningto I heart radio for more Rod Stewart and all your favorite artist. Gold Coast awakes Another storm Jack Callahan, Fox News now strengthened it with Category two. Hurricane Sally approaching the Gulf Coast of Alabama. The worst, in fact that we're expecting to see would be flooding from rainfall because we could get 15 to 20 inches of rain winds had elevated wind risk now. I mean, this is way more significant, It's going to be right on us and also the surge risk. Is significant. We're looking at 6 to 9 ft. Above normal tide for places like Mobile Bay, especially the western side of Mobile Bay Meteorologist Jason Smith at Fox Tanin. Will Beall expected landfall late Tuesday or early Wednesday near the Mississippi Alabama border. Federal disaster declarations already issued for Louisiana and Mississippi, Alabama, asking for one In the West. Wildfires continue to devastate the president getting a firsthand look. On Monday, President Trump continued his Western states swing in California, where more than 14,000 firefighters are battling more than two dozen fires from San Diego all the way up to the Oregon border. We want to thank these incredible people, The first responders service members who are racing to the extreme peril, really their lives in extreme danger. Wildfires across California, Oregon and Washington state have destroyed thousands of homes and I have dozen small towns since August, scorching more than four million acres and killing at least 35 blocks is Kevin Corke to L. A county sheriff's deputies shot and wounded over the weekend continue to recover tinkle while they have a The rehabilitation, the recovery.

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"mississippi alabama border" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"mississippi alabama border" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"In one place is Dogo and K. M y I ht to San Diego. Live local breaking ghost awaits Another storm. Jack Callahan, Fox News now strengthened into a Category two Hurricane Sally approaching the Gulf Coast of Alabama. The worst. In fact they were expecting to see would be flooding from rainfall because we could get 15 to 20 inches of rain winds had elevated wind wrist Now. I mean, this is way more significant, it's going to be right on us and also the surge risk. Is significant. We're looking at 6 to 9 ft. Above normal tide for places like Mobile Bay, especially the western side of Mobile Bay Meteorologist Jason Smith at Fox Tanin. Will Beall expected landfall late Tuesday or early Wednesday near the Mississippi Alabama border. Federal disaster declarations already issued for Louisiana and Mississippi. Alabama, asking for one in the West. Wildfires continue to devastate the president. Getting a firsthand look today, President Trump continued his Western states swing in California, where more than 14,000 firefighters are battling more than two dozen fires from San Diego all the way up to the Oregon border. We want to thank these incredible people. The first responders service members who are racing to the extreme peril really their lives in extreme danger. Wildfires across California, Oregon and Washington state have destroyed thousands of homes and I have dozen small towns since August, scorching more than four million acres and killing at least 35. Foxes. Kevin Corke to L. A county sheriff's deputies shot had wandered over the weekend continue to recover tinkle while they have a The rehabilitation, the recovery.

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"mississippi alabama border" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"mississippi alabama border" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"M. WOODBRIDGE, Washington 0.9 FM W, where Washington comes to talk to a Category two Hurricane Sally approaching the Gulf Coast of Alabama, in fact, they were expecting to see would be flooding from rainfall because we could get 15 to 20 inches of rain winds on elevated wind wrist Now, I mean, this is way more significant, It's going to be right on us and also the surge risk. Is significant. We're looking at 6 to 9 ft. Above normal tide for places like Mobile Bay, especially the western side of Mobile Day meteorologist Jason Smith at Fox Tanin. Will Beall expected landfall late Tuesday or early Wednesday near the Mississippi Alabama border. Federal disaster declarations already issued for Louisiana and Mississippi. Alabama, asking for one in the West. Wildfires continue to devastate the president getting a firsthand look. On Monday, President Trump continued his Western states swing in California, where more than 14,000 firefighters are battling more than two dozen fires from San Diego all the way up to the Oregon border. We want to thank these incredible people, the first responders service members who are racing to the extreme peril really their lives in extreme danger. Wildfires across California, Oregon and Washington state have Destroyed thousands of homes and I have dozen small towns since August, scorching more than four million acres and killing at least 35. Foxes govern cords to L. A county sheriff's deputies shot and wounded over the weekend. Continue to recover going. Take a while to have a rehabilitation, the recovery.

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"mississippi alabama border" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"mississippi alabama border" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR News. I'm Dwayne Brown Hurricane tally is gaining strength in the Gulf of Mexico as it nears the central Gulf Coast as NPR's Debbie Elliott tells us the hurricane is expected to make landfall near New Orleans Tuesday. Officials are warning residents from Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle. The rush preparations Dave Roberts, with the National Hurricane Center says the biggest threat from Sally will be a life threatening storm surge, the highest near the Louisiana Mississippi state line. Excess of 7 FT. Up to possibly 11 FT. And that's within the Stone Surge warning area. Um further toward the East, Still looking at 5 to 8 all the way up to the Mississippi Alabama border in southeast Louisiana. Evacuations are underway on barrier islands and for areas outside of the levee system that protects New Orleans. Debbie Elliot. NPR NEWS ORANGE BEACH, Alabama. In Washington, D C. The Trump Administration is pressing Foran into a dispute that's angered relations between the Gulf Arab countries. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the administration is hopeful that Saudi Arabia and its regional allies will into more than three year blockade on neighboring Qatar tomorrow as Israel in the U. A joined President Trump with White House To sign a historic agreement to normalize relations. We anticipate other countries in the Middle East will recognize the benefits of a closer relationship with Israel. Recent peace agreements between Israel, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain will be officially signed at the White House tomorrow. The country's cut ties with Qatar in 2017 Citing it, support for extremist groups in the region and close ties to Iran. Stocks finished solidly higher on Wall Street today following a burst of corporate deals. The Dow gained 327 points up 1.1%. The tech heavy NASDAQ added. 203 points up nearly two points are rather 2%. This is NPR. And this is WNBC in New York. Good afternoon option on Carlson. Some New York City teachers work outside today to protest but they say are questionable safety conditions at schools. At PS 1 39 in Brooklyn's did Ms Park neighborhood. Scores of teachers are holding professional development sessions in the courtyard. Third grade teacher, Donna Rivera says she's disappointed that the city standards are so low right now. What the Department of Education.

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"mississippi alabama border" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"mississippi alabama border" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bore through chief marketing officer and head of business development at I n X. Now let's get down to Washington, D c or 19. 1 Studios. A Nathan Hager funny, The US West is bracing for another blast of dry and windy weather that's threatening to stoke even Mohr wildfires in a part of this country that it has already seen. More than five million acres burned. Dozens dead and air quality ravaged from Los Angeles to Seattle. President Trump will get a briefing on the situation today in California, Oregon, Senator Jeff Merkley tells ABC is this week. One major factor is driving this car cost. Quinces of warming planet that have huge impacts huge impacts on rule America with our force with our farming with our fishing. This should not be blue or red. That should not be ruler. Urban Democratic nominee Joe Biden will also discuss the fires and climate change in a speech in Delaware later today, the Gulf Coast is bracing for yet Mohr Major weather. Sally is a tropical storm right now. But it is set to become a hurricane later today before making landfall early tomorrow. Somewhere around New Orleans. Dave Roberts is at the National Hurricane Center. He says Storm surge is a major concern excess of seven up to possibly 11 FT. And that's within the storm Surge warning area. Um further toward the East. Still looking at 5 to 8 all the way up to the Mississippi Alabama border. The Biden campaign has set up a war room staffed by some of the nation's top lawyers to be prepared to fight.

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"mississippi alabama border" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"mississippi alabama border" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm David Greene and I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning. People on the Gulf Coast face the risk of being hit by two storms in a row. Both are currently tropical storms. Marco is weakening but is still expected to slam into Louisiana today. Laura is not very far behind and his forecast to be stronger. NPR's John Burnett is in New Orleans. John Good morning. Good morning, Steve. What is the latest that you have on the path of these storms? The tropical Storm. Marco is supposed to reach Louisiana south southwest of New Orleans today, and then it's going to skirt the coast line heading west and dropped a tropical depression tomorrow. The wind field is not that big. It was downgraded from a hurricane overnight. Of course, the problem is water. The whole Louisiana coast is under a storm surge warning extending to the Mississippi Alabama border. Expecting a 2 to 4 FT. Of water and up to 10 inches of rain and with a relatively small storm like this, they're been not that many evacuations, which is good news because of the possibility of Corona virus spreading inside the shelter's folks down here, mainly just sheltering in place. Sounds like we wouldn't be all that worried except for Laura, which is following Marco. Exactly, And that's what folks are worried about Steve. It's supposed to make landfall at a strong category two or even a low cap three, which would make it a major hurricane and Marco trundles off the Texas Laura is up next authorities air worried they'll only have a window of 12 to 18 hours between the storms. To do possible rescues and restore power of the lines. Come down. Here's meteorologist been shot with the National Weather Service. I can't really put words were clearly about how Remarkably odd. That is to have two systems like that s so close to each other, impacting the same state within such a short period time. One of the people that we're hearing from a CZ John Burnett reports in the two storms approaching and they approach John as we approach the 15th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Ah, story that you covered in 2005 more than 80 1800 people killed along the Gulf Coast. How did the situation's compare? Well, you're right. I mean, every hurricane season. That's the fear. Will there be another big one and a direct hit like Katrina and anyone who was here like I was will tell you that was epic. But remember, after Katrina caused it's catastrophe. Then along comes Hurricane Rita three weeks later, and it flooded some of the same low lying coastal areas. And I remember people were terrified that Mohr levees would fail. And so there is concern in Louisiana today about these two hurricanes heading in such short order, Laura could worsen the flooding from Marcos if there's not time for the storm surge to recede. Just today. Louisiana Governor John Bell. Edwards warn folks that Laura could be the strongest storm since Katrina and Rita in 2005, and I know that that particular year brings up horrific memories and images. For all of us in Louisiana, and we also know that tremendous progress has been made in Louisiana in terms of the hurricane risk reduction system, another levees and other protection that we have in place, John. Is it true that tremendous progress has been made in hurricane risk reduction? Yeah, absolutely. You have to remember that South Louisiana is a Waterworld and none more than the city of New Orleans, which is a bowl lying below sea level. On over the past 15 years, these local and federal government's down here have spent billions of dollars In heroic efforts to erect these great sea walls and flood gates and install bigger pumps and raise the levies. And so when South Louisiana faces a double dose of Gulf storms like it does now it's a test of all this expensive flood protection to see how well it keeps NPR's John Burnett. It's morning edition from NPR News. Your listening to K C. R W KCR W sponsors include Netflix presenting those are nominated for.

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"mississippi alabama border" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"mississippi alabama border" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Greedy. This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm David Greene and I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning. People on the Gulf Coast face the risk of being hit by two storms in a row. Both are currently tropical storms. Marco is weakening but is still expected to slam into Louisiana today. Laura is not very far behind and his forecast to be stronger. NPR's John Burnett is in New Orleans. John Good morning. Good morning. What is the latest that you have on the path of these storms? So Tropical Storm Marco is supposed to reach Louisiana southwest of New Orleans today, and then it's going to skirt the coast line heading west and dropped a tropical depression tomorrow. The wind field is not that big. It was downgraded from a hurricane overnight. Of course, the problem is water. The whole Louisiana coast is under a storm surge warning extending to the Mississippi Alabama border. Expecting a 2 to 4 FT. Of water and up to 10 inches of rain and with a relatively small storm like this, they're been not that many evacuations, which is good news because of the possibility of Corona virus spreading inside the shelter's folks down here, mainly just sheltering in place. Sounds like we wouldn't be all that worried except for Laura, which is following Marco. Exactly, And that's what folks are worried about Steve. It's supposed to make landfall at a strong category two or even a low cat three, which would make it a major hurricane and Marco trundles off the Texas Laura is up next authorities air worried they'll only have a window of 12 to 18 hours between the storms. To do possible rescues and restore power of the lines. Come down. Here's meteorologist been shot with the National Weather Service. I can't really put words were clearly about how remarkably odd that is to have two systems like that. So close to each other, impacting the same state within such a short period of time. One of the people that we're hearing from a CZ John Burnett reports and the two storms approaching and they approach John as we approach the 15th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Ah, story that you covered in 2005 more than 80 1800 people killed along the Gulf Coast. How did the situation's compare? Well, you're right. I mean, every hurricane season. That's the fear. Will there be another big one and a direct hit like Katrina and anyone who was here like I was will tell you that was epic. But remember, after Katrina caused it's catastrophe, Then along comes Hurricane Rita three weeks later, and it flooded some of the same low lying coastal areas. And I remember, people were terrified that Mohr levees would fail. And so there is concern in Louisiana today about these two hurricanes hitting in such short order, Laura could worsen the flooding from Marcos if there's not time for the storm surge to recede. Just today. Louisiana Governor John Bell. Edwards warn folks that Laura could be the strongest storm since Katrina and Rita in 2005, and I know that that particular year brings up horrific memories and images. For all of us in Louisiana, and we also know that tremendous progress has been made in Louisiana. In terms of the hurricane risk reduction system, another levees and other protection that we have in place, John. Is it true the tremendous progress has been made in hurricane risk reduction. Yeah, absolutely. You have to remember that South Louisiana is a Waterworld and none more than the city of New Orleans, which is a bowl lying below sea level. On over the past 15 years, these local and federal government's down here have spent billions of dollars In heroic efforts to erect these great sea walls and flood gates and installed bigger pumps and raise the levies. And so when South Louisiana faces a double dose of Gulf storms like it does now it's a test of all this expensive flood protection to see how well it keeps NPR's John Burnett..

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Gulf Coast braces for a possible tropical storm

AM Tampa Bay

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Gulf Coast braces for a possible tropical storm

"House the Gulf coast bracing for tropical storm potential tropical cyclone sixteen is expected to be upgraded to a tropical storm status it'll be named Nestor and landfall could come in the panhandle during the overnight hours on Saturday a tropical storm warnings in effect from the Mississippi Alabama border to levy county and a storm surge warnings in effect from Clearwater beach to Gulf

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"mississippi alabama border" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi alabama border" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Six ninety right I welcome and good morning just taking a look at the latest cone the of tropical storm they came out at but twenty minutes ago yeah and the one thing you say is I mean the again the cones projected but it looks like again it's moving it's just ever so slightly over the last twenty four hours the cone is moving more easterly there right and therefore a little bit closer to New Orleans which would again the the part about that is if it moves too far over what they'd be afraid of is this thing because the movement is the moment right now just three miles per hour and that's the big thing they're scared about here is not maybe necessarily the winds a maximum sustained winds right out fifty miles an hour they believe will hit and what about eighty eighty five I think yeah right that's what they're looking at right now so it's not necessarily the wind now that that kind of win won't cause a little bit of damage but it's a fact that this thing is that slow moving it's just going to dump tons of rain on a red ready on an error that's already saturated yeah so you have right now hurricane warning in effect for a grandchild you also have a tropical storm warning is in effect for the mouth of the Pearl River to grand dial in between there lake Lake Pontchartrain and lake I think it's Marit this I don't know if I'm pronouncing that right including metropolitan New Orleans this under a tropical storm warning and Cameron a city of Cameron also under a tropical storm warning storm surge warning in effect for shell beach and as a storm surge watch is in effect from between shell beach all the way to the Mississippi Alabama border so hurricane watch in effect for the mouth of the Mississippi River all the way over to grand Isle and the city of Cameron tropical storm watch in effect for the bet between right at the east of the mouth of the pro river to the Mississippi Alabama border so they can watch that but it's very slow moving gaining strength it would there's been little strength since the last and buys read a little change in strength but of course you know storm surge flooding heavy rains bring the flooding and of course the storm surge so if you're in that area make.

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"mississippi alabama border" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi alabama border" Discussed on WJR 760

"Six ninety right I welcome and good morning just taking a look at the latest home the of tropical storm they came out at but twenty minutes ago yeah and the one thing you say is I mean the again the cones projected but it looks like again it's moving it's it's just ever so slightly over the last twenty four hours the cone is moving more easterly yeah right and therefore a little bit closer to New Orleans which would again the the part about that is if it moves too far over what they'd be afraid of is this thing has a movement is the moment right now just three miles per hour and that's the big thing they're scared about here is not maybe necessarily the winds a maximum sustained winds right out fifty miles an hour they believe it will hit and what about eighty eighty five I think yeah right that's what they're looking at right now so it's not necessarily the wind not that that kind of when will cause a little bit of damage but it's a fact of this thing is that slow moving is just going to dump tons of rain I don't know right ready on an area that's already saturated in yeah so you have right now hurricane warning in effect for a grandchild you also have a tropical storm warning is in effect for the mouth of the Pearl River to grandchild in between there lake Lake Pontchartrain and lake I think it's Marie beside on if I'm pronouncing that right including metropolitan New Orleans is under a tropical storm warning and Cameron city of Cameron also under a tropical storm warning storm surge warning in effect for shell beach and as a storm surge watch is in effect from between shell beach all the way to the Mississippi Alabama border so her can watch in effect for the mouth of the Mississippi River all the way over to grand Isle and the city of Cameron tropical storm watch in effect for the bet between right at the east of the mouth of the pro river to the Mississippi Alabama border so they can watch that but it's very slow moving gaining strength it with there's been little strength since the last advisory a little change in strength but of course you know storm surge flooding heavy rains bring the flooding and of course the storm surge so if you're in that area.

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"mississippi alabama border" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi alabama border" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Ninety right I welcome and good morning just taking a look at the latest cone the of tropical storm they came out at but twenty minutes ago yeah and the one thing you say is I mean there again the cones projected but it looks like again it's moving it's just ever so slightly over the last twenty four hours the cone is moving more easterly yeah right and therefore a little bit closer to New Orleans which would again the the part about that is if it moves too far over what they'd be afraid of is this thing has a movement is the moment right now just three miles per hour and that's the big thing they're scared about here is not maybe necessarily the winds a maximum sustained winds right out fifty miles an hour they believe it will hit and what about eighty eighty five I think yeah right that's what they're looking at right now so it's not necessarily the wind not that that kind of win won't cause a little bit of damage but it's a fact of this thing is that slow moving it's just going to dump tons of rain on a rare ready on an area that's already saturated yeah so you have right now hurricane warning in effect for a grandchild you also have a tropical storm warning is in effect for the mouth of the Pearl River to grandchild in between there lake Lake Pontchartrain and lake I think it's Marit this I don't know if I'm pronouncing that right including metropolitan New Orleans is under a tropical storm warning and Cameron a city of Cameron also under a tropical storm warning storm surge warning in effect for shell beach and as a storm surge watch is in effect from between shell beach all the way to the Mississippi Alabama border so hurricane watch in effect for the mouth of the Mississippi River all the way over to grand Isle and the city of Cameron tropical storm watch in effect for the eight bit between right at the east of the mouth of the pro river to the Mississippi Alabama border so they can watch that but it's very slow moving gaining strength it would there's been little strength since the last in a vise read a little change in strength but of course you know storm surge flooding heavy rains bring the flooding and of course the storm surge so if you're in that area make.

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"mississippi alabama border" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi alabama border" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Eight six six ninety right I welcome and good morning just taking a look at the latest home the of tropical storm they came out at but twenty minutes ago yeah and the one thing you say is I mean the again the cones projected but it looks like again it's moving it's it's just ever so slightly over the last twenty four hours the cone is moving more easterly yeah right and therefore a little bit closer to New Orleans which would again the the part about that is if it moves too far over what they'd be afraid of is this thing because the movement is the moment right now just three miles per hour and that's the big thing they're scared about here is not maybe necessarily the wins a maximum sustained winds right out fifty miles an hour they believe it will hit and what about eighty eighty five I think yeah right that's what they're looking at right now so it's not necessarily the wind not that that kind of win won't cause a little bit of damage but it's a fact of this thing is that slow moving it's just going to dump tons of rain on a red ready on an error that's already saturated yeah so you have right now hurricane warning in effect for a grandchild you also have a tropical storm warning is in effect for the mouth of the Pearl River to grand Isle in between there lake Lake Pontchartrain and lake I think it's Marie percent on if I'm pronouncing that right including metropolitan New Orleans is under a tropical storm warning and Cameron city of Cameron also under a tropical storm warning storm surge warning in effect for shell beach and as a storm surge watch is in effect from between shell beach all the way to the Mississippi Alabama border so hurricane watch in effect for the mouth of the Mississippi River all the way over to grand Isle and the city of Cameron tropical storm watch in effect for the but between right at the east of the mouth of the pro river to the Mississippi Alabama border so they can watch out about some very slow moving gaining strength it with there's been little strength since the last advisory a little change in strength but of course you know storm surge flooding heavy rains bring the flooding and of course the storm surge so if you're in that area.

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"Sub tropical storm l berto is turning northward in the gulf of mexico it's already dumping heavy rain in cuba and parts of mississippi and southern florida florida public radio's reegan mccarthy has more the declaration is intended to help increase flexibility so the state federal and local governments can better coordinate in preparation for the storm scott is also urging residents and visitors to do their part to get prepared the storm picture fan and the there's another one zych according to the national hurricane center we're going to have an for fee season hopefully we'll have landfall in the state but get ready scott says people should keep in mind that the track of the storm can shift quickly and impacts are expected to be felt far outside the storms predicted path this data emergency operation center is tentatively planning around round the clock activation beginning sunday for npr news i'm regan mccarthy in tallahassee now both or florida mississippi and alabama all have states of emergency up this amid tropical storm and storm surge watches officials say there's also increased chance for to nato's the national weather service's storm warnings are up for the northern gulf coast from florida west of the mississippi alabama border in the west coast of florida this is npr news visitors to the national mall in washington dc this memorial day weekend will encounter a wall of bright red poppies npr's danielle has low reports the flowers signify soldiers who died in service since world war one vice admiral john bird says the project has six hundred forty five thousand synthetic flowers pressed against clear panels it's back lit and when the sun sets and we keep it open at night it's dramatic and inspiring bird is senior vice president of the united services automobile association that created the exhibit he served in the us navy for thirty five years poppies have been used to remember fallen soldiers since a canadian military doctor described the flower growing in the belgium battlefield flanders fields in nineteen fifteen daniele has low npr news washington ellen being one of the apollo astronauts who walked on the moon has died after a short illness being was the fourth person to step on the moon during now says lunar landing and.

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