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"morehead city" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"morehead city" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Well let's go back in folks again the financial support Hey what you think about that interview it was terrific I'm telling you right now I think you know I learned a lot every time I work here coach but that interview was absolutely fantastic very educational well again there's not enough time on the clock but you see the book right here it's almost four hundred pages of safety first retirement planning Dr fell is gonna send of some books how many is gonna send but we're gonna give these away on future shows if you want to get on the list to be offered this book if you call at the end this segment will make sure to to have to put you on a list we're gonna draw numbers on the head depend on how many books he said oh yeah but you could write an Amazon to it's like twenty some Bucks on Amazon but you know we didn't twelve minutes you can we talk about so much as you said earlier he is living well too because he looks young very well you know it is all about making sure you have the proper allocation of money and like you said the set of talked him twenty times off the air the coaches to many people that are pushing stock market all the time when it has nothing to do with lifetime income no that's right I have lifetime income you really lose looks I mean it's fun to brag to your neighbors about how great you're doing the market but you're gonna take that money out Sir waiter if you if you need that money to live on and keep in mind you're not up into your route if if you if you're bragging about you returns but your your money still in the market you really haven't made a penny not your fault his philosophies I I really coincide with mine and I think for but most of our listeners to because they want that provide protection yeah they want lifetime income I mean how can you hate it too many games and gimmicks are used in the market I talked about this on a different show I do called America's for one K. show but we look at old cars and they were great back in the day to go real fast but then the simulator they end up in the well they end up in the backyard on cinder blocks right so some of these sure CC trying to get you to get into the market sake will this returns average the last ten years that average the nine percent with the say well but then they say based on that you should be able to look for tonight percent going forward that doesn't make sense that's like that spans fifty sports car used to have the phone center blocks now that used to go eighty miles an hour now you're saying it's still can't even though it's on cinder blocks of past performance can never guarantee future results chapter attaches look good with a lot of here hello here anymore I mean right talking we got the ball you know just because the camera had a run of Stanley Cup appearances are playoff appearances in any other sport doesn't mean they're going to be that way for the next five or ten years right well you know where the ball it does go for the convention to go to Morehead city that you're more okay and they go to Bali two places then as balding guys we can talk about the best thing that ever happened to me the Morehead city you do if you had to think about if I know I thought it was gonna be for a change in a move to more more has yeah as you get older is more here than hairs Morehead city no it's just important we get the right plans would get it but but again falling for this brochure is telling you how good something used to be and then saying will based on the fact that it was good back then it's going to be good going forward does not make any sense no no just like this run we've had on the in the stock market in Iran sometime and you better be careful and you better be corrected yeah and another thing that that make any sense is when the when I've heard this commercial over and over and over again they have multi multi millions of dollars evidently their budget but if you do good we do good you for that all I've heard it but they forget the part the part be they forget they were here that is they run a time we can do that if you do bad we still do good they did mention why is it's like a casino yes and is nothing special about a money manager we all have a as as investment advisors we have access to the same strategies is there but we need to make sure that we deal with retirement strategies as we get close to retirement and retirement strategies don't involve taking too much risk but money we can't afford to loose already way too many people take it too much risk but money they can't afford to lose job that's right and I have to emphasize again Cochin Dave that a capital financial they're truthful do sherry's they have your interests in mind top to bottom it is all about you it is all about the plan that they can custom make for you there is no cookie cutter approach but remember one thing they're working for you and they're not compensated by the ups and downs of a market scenario there they're making that retirement plan yours and only yours we tried it well we always do we put our clients these ahead of ours and therefore we don't have complaints because if we're doing the right thing we're not hiding half the story behind our back when my daughter was little ice dub of present for and I'd say to pick a hand I put both hands on the back but I had the president will finance whatever hand she picked I came out with MP three that's what's happened a lot of times in this in this world of fancy money advertisements were they just forget to tell you the half the story and that's the store you really need to know okay it's about to get a book and having that have any get and before the ending it's not good we need to see the total ending and that's when you when you take total control your money that's when you feel a lot better you have that peace of mind folks here's what we'll do we'll give you the financial peace of mind plan if you're one of the next ten people call we'll start with your 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"morehead city" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"morehead city" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Joins us on the phone right now because he's in the center of hurricane Dorian in Morehead city North Carolina lock with the morning good morning fence good morning merry not quite in the center it's pass bys knapsack the I. wall left just about hour and a half ago good and so we're on the we're now on the. this outside of the storm supposedly the better side but the wind shifted out of the north and well syndication it's moving north of us you guys took a battering last year during hurricane Florence and obviously you know things have not yet recovered from that what is what is the what are conditions like right now as you can tell them. well well conditions are pretty difficult to explain right now because it's still dark where without electricity the white is malpractice just as I speak to you I see light in the sky finally it it was a pretty brutal evening it was quick so for all intents and purposes something that is a much appreciated compared to what we experienced the Florence last year which was thirty six continuous hours of hurricane not quite as bad of course is the experience down the Bahamas but falls into purposes we've done pretty well I say that with a certain degree of caution because having a chance to do any assessment as to the fact that it was an overnight storm he the storm has weakened as to a category one but this is Stan wins are ninety miles an hour did you experience that or is it far enough away that you didn't experience the the window that we experienced that because we we are we we unfortunately and our particular neighborhood and being in Morehead city the our wall was just off the coast right out in the ocean is not back we look we look south to the to the Atlantic and the I passed wide over Cape lookout about three o'clock three there about three three thirty this morning and so we did feel those really extreme Wednesday weren't continuous but they were there at the ninety mile an hour winds one of the interesting things is we pretty much been hardened by hurricane Florence weird as is Nancy pension a moment ago we still have numerous homes that are unoccupied because we've not been able to get the you know the labor force here to do all the corrections and and maintenance and repairs so but the electricity stayed on until almost three o'clock this morning which was impressive in spite of the Owens yeah I did you did the storm speed up you said was pretty quick and it I thought it was moving very slowly it was moving slowly and yeah it's been it's all relative of course is now fixed up to a rapid speed of fifteen miles an hour so that is that's not necessarily a fast moving storm but of it while I was coming here was running in the you know nine mile an hour forward motion speak but it has begun to accelerate buckle selves newspaper publisher Morehead city North Carolina on the phone with us and Lockwood you mentioned ninety mile per hour winds you were right there up against next to the eye wall earlier this morning what does that sound like for ninety that or feel. it's interesting it's not not it's just sounds like nothing nothing significant is what you get when you get above that it can be pretty loud but now it is just a. some of the flaked out that concern actually was resting I was sleeping portion of that not much you could do is dark as it was so it wasn't it wasn't howling by a long shot but it it it was you could definitely sense out there and and they were more and more just long gosh long first of of weapons and then it would settle down and then pick back up again what about storm surge and there's a lot of rain associated with this hurricane I would have flooding how's that going there is a fair amount of rain fortunately not compared to what we experienced last year. the flooding is going to be predominately as result of wind driven water of backing up into our extreme areas are sounds and things of that nature as far as the dalam of river flooding is a result of range that'll be yet to be seen they'll be some flooding but it will be yes Sir here are you everything now is sort of measured by in our region by hurricane Florence and other regions of the state by your mask you will Floyd because that's relatively a new experience for a lot of us this severe flooding but storm surge not said not significantly bad produce we can only be tried out I'll have a better idea later on the day not one block would not expecting bad damage from teachers now Wilmington North Carolina was reporting us dot bunch a tornado activity as experience yesterday did you get any of that we sure did as a matter of fact which began really is a water spout crossed into on the land became a tornado took out a some mobile homes in the trailer park damaged a water slide benefactor and currently you are pretty much decimated a water slide and at the end of the pier and we've also lost because of wave action another tear down here we've only got sadly three fishing piers along the banks very now two of them have been significantly damaged one of him as a result of the tornado and that's when it'll interestingly enough came sort of in a while portion of the day we were it was early early afternoon yesterday when they tornado came through so it was all from the outer bands of the hurricane and course that north out of west watering is where it was all being generated by Lockwood Phillips and Morehead city publisher the Carteret news times thank you Sir stay safe in your ride out the remainder of the arm thank you thank you six forty four on WMAL are you an over thinker hi Rick Adelman here host of the Rick element show right here every weekend in three decades of serving folks like you hear.

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"morehead city" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"morehead city" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"There right behind you. The storm knocked out power for hundreds of hundreds of these trees all over the city. That's right david. Hundreds of these trees fell overnight and i want you to take a close. Look at this tree. Look good look at it. You'll realize it is a massive oak tree many times my size that fell in the middle of the night frightening homeowners here it was brought down by the high winds wind gusts were between sixty and seventy miles an hour and luckily no one here was hurt david. That scene says it all steve. Thank you. Let's get right to chief meteorologist ginger zee. She's tracking it from myrtle beach south carolina tonight ginger yup gusty winds here near sixty miles per hour not too long ago and we are starting to see dorian pass us here at myrtle beach. It is racing up the coast now at ten miles per hour to the northeast but the east and a tornado watch has now been extended all the way to norfolk and virginia beach that has been one of the major issues as you mentioned those tornadoes coming with those ripping winds offshore offshore watches. This trap could take two landfalls in the next twelve hours david wash that category two storm go out into the ocean but it will. We'll still have impacts as far north as nantucket. Let's time it out for you. By tomorrow morning. You could see near morehead city out in the brakes there <hes> you could end up seeing one of the landfalls then over the outer banks nags head morehead city only to be on the lookout surge era area of four to seven feet nantucket by saturday morning. David could see gusts to sixty still from doria right potentially two landfalls. We'll be watching it with you. Ginger thanks to you again tonight and in the bahamas the death toll rising and the new fear at this hour that that toll who grow much higher the staggering damage seen from the air tonight in the fear.

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U.S. soldier killed in Afghanistan identified

Summer Mix

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. soldier killed in Afghanistan identified

"The Pentagon has identified the American soldier who was killed in Afghanistan. This week the seventh US combat casualty in Afghanistan this year on the eve of the seventeenth aaniversary of the war and fears Amy held reports on Thursday, the Twenty-three-year-old died in an improvised explosive device attack in southern Helmand province his national guard unit had deployed in April. The Pentagon says an investigation is ongoing the specialist from morehead city North Carolina was posthumously promoted to the rank of sergeant he died in a region where the Taliban continues to wage attacks around fourteen thousand American troops remain in the country as part of NATO's mission to train Afghanistan's own security forces that's

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"morehead city" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"morehead city" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For many until Sunday. Let's take a peek at the latest on the radar right now Wilmington right here. So you can start to see some of those heavier bands that were seeing. But imagine what it feels like a little bit farther north closer towards Newburg and up into morehead city. They're getting more intense bands, wrapping around the outer portion of that storm. And also that is where storm surge is a greater concern at this point. We're looking still at the potential for eight plus feet of storm surge in these areas. Even though this is now down to a tropical storm look at new. We'll get morehead city along some of the outer portions of North Carolina. And what we're going to be looking at is this storm works solely down to the south and west is still torrential rain. It's coming down fiercely look tomorrow, we're still talking about some intense thunderstorms as shift sell those intense thunderstorms shift south and west with it. And so now Wilmington will be getting what new Bern is getting right now. And that's how slowly the system is moving at an essentially at a crawl you could probably walk faster. We've got a three mile per hour forward speed on this thing at this point. And because of that we're expecting to find some torrential rains on top of what we've already had could see ten inches more in spots. Jeff. All right. Megan. Thanks very much. You mentioned Newburgh Newburn is dealt with a particularly bad situation today that is ninety five miles northeast of here and Kris van cleave. Is there Chris what's happening? Jeff Newburn is finally getting a break from the rain, but still getting strong winds, and there is water everywhere. Block after block has been swamped by Florence. And that has prompted a lot of people here to call for help. Hurricane-force winds. Brought a ten foot.

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"morehead city" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"morehead city" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Is the, you know, the wind that is a constant breeze. Sixty eight miles an hour with gusts to ninety miles an hour. Now, we're talking this is Cape outlook, that's the tip sticks out into the water. And it's over by morehead city. And so this is a good distance away. From the storm that we're talking probably seventy five miles away from Wilmington the eye, and we're also getting reports in regards to the water flow and inundation the emerald isle in North Carolina. That's also up in the same area has had a record six point six foot inundation right now. And so the water is coming up the winds to the north of the storm blowing that water up in any waterway that goes inland is is rising simply because it's. Jamming it up by by opposite. The south side of the storm. It's blowing the tide out for the time being. But is it starts to move over the next twenty four hours. Slowly, it will continue to dump a lot of rain the ground is saturated. It's gonna be a tree top ler. We heard from Wilmington. The national weather service that transformer blew in the north side of the airport. I'm betting good money that had to do with wires coming together because of some tree going down. And so we're going to start to see a transition to wind damage associated with a tree toppling and power outages. And we're now sitting at almost three hundred and sixty.

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"morehead city" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"morehead city" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Emergencies, and that sort of thing and never realized there are so many people involved in this. And and and Mark the only warning that is issued is always. Issued by offices just like this one in Charleston. In other words, the national offices are not into the granular issuing warnings warnings are locally driven by the conditions observed in their own area using the tools that they have including in particular the Doppler radar. Now, the exception to that would be the National Hurricane Center and they do issue hurricane warnings tropical storm warnings and storm surge warnings. But yes as far as the storm prediction center in Norman and the weather prediction center, they will help us out with the watch situation. And then it's the local offices responsibility issue the warnings. And in this case during hurricane four it. The offices in say morehead city and Wilmington North Carolina right now have a lot of active warnings better going on because of the the the flash flood threat, and there have been tornado warnings as well as you folks. Indicated during the broadcast. In fact, this one was actually issued out of the Raleigh office and that's closer into their area. And that's what we're going to expect the tornadoes are not normally going to be found right near the eye wall. So somebody's looking at the radar on their their my radar on my phone or something they're going to be looking at this. It's going to be further out where we start to get a greater amount of separation, and we actually have more individual cell development that would cause those tornado activity and even then by the time it's issued. It is possibly the threat has gone. It's not like these tornadoes that we see in the wizard of Oz that are there across the ground for for things like ever. Absolutely, correct. He's the very fast moving tornadoes. They typically around the ground for a very brief period of time. The signatures that that the local meteorologists look for on the radar typically developed very very quickly and then dissipate very very quickly. So that the trick is the the catch that Moore. And and try to get those warnings out in advance. But it's very very challenge. It gets a very unique challenge in tropical tropical meteorology is is getting those tornado warnings out on those outer bands. And and as you indicated earlier, you know, moving at forty five miles per hour that that's not something you see, and you know, every cold front and every little pressure system that produces. Nato's in the United States. It's a really unique environment. Well, and in fact, I was reading this bulletin Justice. It came out and when I got down to the bottom and the line was moving west at forty five miles an hour. I had a hard time not stopping and going. All my goodness. You know? And that's something. I'm not used to seeing all the time. That's that's right. And that that's the challenge because when we get the radar data in.

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"morehead city" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"morehead city" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Now, the exception to that would be the National Hurricane Center and they do issue hurricane warnings tropical storm warnings and storm surge warnings. But yes as far as the storm prediction center in Norman and the weather prediction center, they will help us out with the watch situation. And then it's the local offices responsibility issue the warnings and in this case during hurricane Florence the offices in morehead city and Wilmington North Carolina right now have a lot of active warnings better going on because of the the the flash flood threat, and there have been tornado warnings as well as you folks. Indicated during the broadcast. And in fact, this one was actually issued out of the Raleigh office, and and that's closer into their area. And that's what we're going to expect. You know, the tornadoes are not normally going to be found right near the eye wall. So somebody's looking at the radar on their their my radar on my phone or something they're going to be looking at this. It's going to be further out where we start to get a greater amount of separation, and we actually have more individual cell development that would cause those tornado activity, and even then by the time, it's issued it is possibly the the threat has gone. It's not like these tornadoes that we see in the wizard of Oz that are there across the ground for for veterans like ever. Absolutely, correct. He's a very fast moving tornadoes. They typically are on the ground for a very brief period of time. The signatures that that the local. Meteorologist look for on the radar typically developed very very quickly and then dissipate very very quickly. So that the the trick is the the catch them early. And and try to get those warnings out advanced, but it's very very challenge. It gets a very unique challenge in tropical tropical meteorology is is getting those tornado warnings out on those outer bands. And and as you indicated earlier, you know, moving at forty five miles per hour that that's not something you see, and you know, every cold front and every little pressure system that produces tornadoes in the United States. It's a really unique environment. Well, and in fact, I was reading this bulletin just as it came out. And when I got down to the bottom and the line was moving west at forty five miles an hour. I had a hard time non stopping and going. Oh my goodness. You know? And that's something. I'm not used to seeing all the time. That's that's right. And that that's the challenge because when we get the radar. Data in even when we're raising. Our our rapid scan mode sales is what we like to call it. We get data in every two minutes and these things occur so quickly that sometimes the critical processes are actually occurring between that two minutes. So we'll get an image..

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"morehead city" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"morehead city" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Emergencies, and that sort of thing and never realized there are so many people involved in this. And and and Mark the only warning that is is always issued by offices just like this one in Charleston. In other words, the national offices are not into the granular issuing warnings warnings are locally driven by the conditions observed in their own area using the tools that they have including in particular the Doppler radar. Now, do you catch into that would be the National Hurricane Center and they do issue hurricane warnings tropical storm warnings and storm surge warnings? But yes as far as the storm prediction center in Norman and the weather prediction center, they will help us out with the watch situation. And then it's the local offices responsibility issue the warnings. And in this case during hurricane for it. The officers in say morehead city and Wilmington North Carolina right now have a lot of active warnings better going on because of the the the flash flood threat, and there have been tornado warnings as well as you folks indicated during the broadcast, in fact, this one was actually out of the Raleigh office, and and that's closer into their area. And that's what we're going to expect. You know, the tornadoes are not normally going to be found right near the eye wall. So somebody's. Looking at the radar on their their my radar on my phone or something they're going to be looking at this. It's going to be further out where we start to get a greater amount of separation, and we actually have more individual cell development that would cause those tornado activity, and even then by the time, it's issued it is possibly the threat has gone. It's not like these tornadoes that we see in the wizard of Oz that are there across the ground for for things like ever. Absolutely, correct. He's a very fast moving tornadoes. They typically around the grab for a very brief period of time signatures that that the local meteorologists look for on the radar typically developed very very quickly and then dissipate very very quickly. So that the trick is the catch them early. And and try to get those warnings out advanced, but it's very very challenging. A very unique challenge in tropical tropical meteorology is is getting those tornado warnings out on those outer bands. And and as you indicated earlier, you know, moving at forty five miles per hour that that's not something you see, and you know, every cold front and every low pressure system that produces tornadoes in the United States. It's a really unique environment. Well, and in fact, I was reading this bulletin just as it came out. And and when I got down to the bottom and the line was moving west at forty five miles an hour. I had a hard time not stopping and going. Oh my goodness. You know? And that's something. I'm not used to seeing all the time. That's that's right. And that that's the challenge because when we get the radar data in.

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"morehead city" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"morehead city" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Emergency you can that sort of thing. And never realized there are so many people involved in this. And and and Mark the only warning that is this. You'd is always. Issued by offices just like this one in Charleston. In other words, the national offices are not into the granular issuing warnings warnings are locally driven by the conditions observed in their own area using the tools that they have including in particular the Doppler radar. Now, the catch you that would be the National Hurricane Center and they do issue hurricane warnings tropical storm warnings and storm surge warnings. But yes as far as the storm prediction center in Norman and the weather prediction center, they will help us out with the watch situation. And then it's the local offices responsibility issue the warnings. And in this case during hurricane foreign the officers in say morehead city and Wilmington North Carolina right now have a lot of active warnings better going on because of the the the flash flood threat, and there have been tornado warnings as well as you folks. Educated during the broadcast. In fact, this one was actually issued out of the Raleigh office and that's closer into their area. And that's what we're going to expect. You know, the tornadoes are not normally going to be found right near the eye wall. So somebody's looking at a radar on their their my radar on my phone or something they're going to be looking at this. It's going to be further out where we start to get a greater amount of separation, and we actually have more individual cell development that would cause those tornado activity, and even then by the time, it's issued it is possibly the threat has gone. It's not like these tornadoes that we see in the wizard of Oz that are there across the ground for for things like ever. Absolutely, correct. He's a very fast moving tornadoes. They typically are on the ground for a very brief period of time. The signatures that that the local. I'm meteorologist look for on the radar typically developed very very quickly and then dissipate very very quickly. So that the the trick is to catch them early. And and try to get those warnings out in advance. But it's very very challenging gets a very unique challenge in tropical tropical meteorology is is getting those tornado warnings out on those outer bands. And and as you indicated earlier, you know, moving at forty five miles per hour that that's not something you see, and you know, every cold front and every low pressure system that produces tornadoes in the United States. It's a really unique environment. Well, and in fact, I was reading this bulletin Justice. It came out, and and when I got down to the bottom and the line was moving west than forty five miles an hour. I had a hard time not stopping and going. Oh my goodness. You know? And that's something. I'm not used to seeing all the time. That's that's right. And that that's the challenge because when we get the radar data in.

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"morehead city" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"morehead city" Discussed on WJR 760

"Emergencies, and that sort of thing and never realized there are so many people involved in this. And and and Mark the only warning is issued is always issued by offices just like this one in Charleston. In other words, the national offices are not into the granular issuing warnings warnings are locally driven by the conditions observed in their own area using the tools that they have including in particular the Doppler radar. Now, the exception to that would be the National Hurricane Center and they do issue hurricane warnings tropical storm warnings and storm surge warnings. But yes as far as the storm prediction center in Norman and the weather prediction center, they will help us out with the watch situation. And then it's the local offices responsibility issue the warnings and in this case during hurricane Florence the offices in say morehead city and Wilmington North Carolina right now have a lot of active warnings better going on because of the the the flash flood threat, and there have been tornado warnings as well as you folks. Indicated during the broadcast. And in fact, this one was actually issued out of the Raleigh office and that's closer into their area. And that's what we're going to expect the tornadoes are not normally going to be found right near the eye wall. So somebody's looking at a radar on their their my radar on my phone or something they're going to be looking at this. It's going to be further out where we start to get a greater amount of separation, and we actually have more individual cell development that would cause those tornadoes activity, and even then by the time, it's issued it is possibly the threat has gone. It's not like these tornadoes that we see in the wizard of Oz that are there across the ground for for things like ever. Absolutely, correct. He's a very fast moving tornadoes. They typically around the grab for a very brief period of time. The signatures that that the local. Oh meteorologist look for on the radar typically developed very very quickly and then dissipate very very quickly. So that the the trick is the the catch them early and try to get those warnings out advanced. But it's very very challenging gets a very unique challenge in tropical tropical meteorology is is getting those tornado warnings out on those outer bands. And and as you indicated earlier, you know, moving at forty five miles per hour that that's not something you see, and you know, every cold front and every little pressure system that produces tornadoes in the United States. It's a really unique environment. Well, and in fact, I was reading this bulletin Justice. It came out and when I got down to the bottom and the line was moving west at forty five miles an hour. I had a hard time not stopping and going. Oh my goodness. You know? And that's something. I'm not used to seeing all the time. That's that's right. And that that's the challenge because when we get the radar. Data in.

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"morehead city" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"morehead city" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Emergencies, and that sort of thing and never realized there are so many people involved in this. And and and Mark the only warning is issued is always. Issued by offices just like this one in Charleston. In other words, the national offices are not into the granular issuing warnings warnings are locally driven by the conditions observed in their own area using the tools that they have including in particular the Doppler radar. Now, the exception to that would be the National Hurricane Center and they do issue hurricane warnings tropical storm warnings and storm surge warnings. But yes as far as the storm prediction center in Norman and the weather prediction center, they will help us out with the watch situation. And then it's the local offices responsibility issue the warnings. And in this case during hurricane for the offices in say morehead city and Wilmington North Carolina right now have a lot of active warnings better going on because of the the the flash flood threat, and there have been tornado warnings as well as you folks indicated during the broadcast, in fact, this one was actually issued out of the Raleigh office and and closer into their area. And that's what we're going to expect. You know, the tornadoes are not normally going to be found right near the eye wall. So somebody's. Looking at the radar on their their my radar on my phone or something they're gonna be looking at this. It's going to be further out where we start to get a greater amount of separation, and we actually have more individual cell development that would cause those tornado activity, and even then by the time, it's issued it is possibly the the threat has gone. It's not like these tornadoes that we see in the wizard of Oz that are there across the ground for for vaccines like ever. Absolutely, correct. He's a very fast moving tornadoes. They typically around the ground for a very brief period of time. The signatures that that the local meteorologists look for on the radar typically developed very very quickly and then dissipate very very quickly. So that the the trick is the the catch them early. And and try to get those warnings out in advanced, but it's very very challenging a very. A unique challenge in tropical tropical meteorology is is getting those tornado warnings out on those outer bands. And and as you indicated earlier, you know, moving at forty five miles per hour that that's not something you see, and you know, every cold front and every little pressure system that produces tornadoes in the United States. It's a really unique environment. Well, and in fact, I was reading this bulletin Justice. It came out and when I got down to the bottom and the line was moving west at forty five miles an hour. I had a hard time non stopping and going. Oh my goodness. You know? And that's something. I'm not used to seeing all the time. That's that's right. And that that's the challenge because when we get the radar data in.

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"morehead city" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"morehead city" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Ninety redeye now for Gary McNamara and Eric Harley Mark Isler. It's Mark is back with you again on Red Eye Radio with Tom Helen Thomas going to be a tough night. Yeah. It is going to be a tough night. But as we've been trying to stress if everyone just doesn't let it get to them and realizes that safety is where they are and be aware of their surroundings and not go outdoors during the storm. And when you eventually do go out of door outdoors, which is going to be likely tomorrow. At that point. You still need to be totally aware of what's around you beat. You're gonna find a lot of trees down. I remember Gordon had come rolling on through here in saturated the soil and much of the Carolinas. Now, we're getting as bunches reports of up to seventeen inches of rain that was up near morehead city. And so a lot of that rain and then on top of it storm surge along the coastline short. And sweet of the matter is that trees don't have roots deep enough, in many cases to overcome the wind's blowing winds that have been blowing up to as much as eighty miles an hour, so far, and so it's one of those situations where your best just simply enjoying the time with family indoors and not really worrying about what's going outside. It's funny. You say that about the tree, I don't know six or eight months ago, we had in the news here in southern California. Someone just driving and tree fell over and he was gone. And so. Imagine, you know, when it's a hurricane and the trees can be up route as you say at any moment. You gotta be careful and being careful we not only have Tom with us. John trout will be with us in about ten minutes or so Red Eye radio's own meteorologists. But right now, we're going to go to Patrick in Rochester. Minnesota you're on with Mark. And tom. Just a couple of things this coverage is so exciting today within the news and so forth. The second question would be for.

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Kroger misses same-store sales estimates, shares fall

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Kroger misses same-store sales estimates, shares fall

"Well. David Wilson on the equity markets futures up ten Dow futures take it out the twenty six thousand one three seven you don't care you're in the deli at Kroger's, right? Well, maybe maybe by himself. It may not be a whole lot of company. We got the latest results from the supermarket chain and sales child analysts average estimate of Bloomberg survey for the first time in two years. You also saw Kroger's gross profit margin. Go down one point three percent of sales. That's the lowest in almost four years. But it all together in the shares down about seven and a half percent is is WalMart is it is it is there. Why can't be Amazon come on? Well, I mean, they are growing online. Kroger is no question something like a fifty percent increase in their latest quarter. It's the fiscal second quarter if memory serves, but it's just there is a lot of society relaxed percents.

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"morehead city" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:11 min | 2 years ago

"morehead city" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"This is Red Eye Radio back with you again on Red Eye Radio. This is Mark Isler. We have Tom talking about what's happening with hurricane especially in reference to tornadoes followed by a special rendition of the star spangled banner that I think you're going to like, but as I said right now, Tom HALE is back with us in studio, Tom instead of saying the latest I think that'd be a good take what's store with tornadoes during these times. Well, without a doubt, we have a we have a tornado issue. Now, the weather service has one area in Oklahoma City Norman, Oklahoma city, and it's the storm prediction. Center, and they literally go over the entire country. So if a watch meaning conditions are favorable for the development of tornadoes or severe thunderstorms in this case, we're not really talking much severe thunderstorms as we're talking about severe thunderstorms capable of producing tornadoes. And and so we've isolated the area which we believe to be going to be favourable starting this morning and this morning around seven o'clock in the morning. They're going to issue a watch for several counties. It's a ninety five percent. There's a five percent chance that they won't issue. The watch ninety five percent chance that they'll be issuing this watch. And it will probably include areas such as Jacksonville. And that would be North Carolina morehead city. And surrounding areas possibly as far north as Greenville. And and of course, that would include Ocracoke, Outer Banks and so forth. But and I don't know if it'll go as far in as Fayetteville, I think, it'll probably be more Goldsboro it won't be in Raleigh. And they probably will not for sure include Wilmington in this. It's going to be a very targeted area to the east of interstate ninety five and probably to the north of interstate forty which drops down out of Raleigh and dovetail and dovetails into Wilmington. And it will probably not be much further north than than the Nag's head. But the conditions are favorable and one of our outward pointing radar units happens to be in morehead city. And so we can see on the radar right now if you were to go to the national weather service on your computer, you would be able to see that the first images of the north and the northwest bands of showers are to be moving on in. And so the nature because the storm has lost a little bit of its wind speed. It has changed the nature of the individual cells, and though sales are going to be more as they move across. They're gonna find more resistance against the ground. And as they get that friction when they come across onto land. They're going to generate a potential for tornadoes. So there will be a at least probably until noon. And maybe a little bit later than that. There will be probably a tornado watch in effect, meaning conditions are going to be favorable for that that area of the state of North Carolina again north of interstate forty and to the east it looks like of I ninety five and they'll name out the specific counties, but places like new Bern and Kingston possibly Goldsboro Greenville and morehead city possibly Jacksonville so forth. All probably will be underneath that underneath that tornado watch. And that's one of the threats that we didn't actually talk about that is the probably most likely major wind damage that we're gonna see with the storm. There will be sustained winds sustained winds that are going to be profitable storm. Meaning that we'll be from thirty nine to seventy four miles an hour. With this storm. There will also be. Peak winds, which would be gusts in let's say outside of this area in South Carolina. From Thursday evening tomorrow evening through Sunday. And that's why we're going to be here giving you coverage in the in the Red Eye Radio overnight hours nationwide. Let you know that this is still a dangerous very dangerous situation. Even if and when it comes on shore wind gusts to forty five miles an hour will become an seventy five mile an hour. Gusts will be common Friday night into Saturday morning. Not to mention, you know, anywhere from a foot of an half inches of rain. Wilmington could be looking at twenty four inches of rain and wind gusts above eighty miles an hour on Friday. And and and of course, if you were to take a look and move to the south or to morehead city morehead city is also going to be looking at during the day Friday, eighty mile an hour wind gusts. So the question is obvious. If it if it's an eighty mile an hour wind gust or it's a small spin up tornado with eighty to ninety one hundred mile an hour. Winds does really make a difference. Whether it's rotating spinning or it's a straight line wind. And and I know the answer that well, I was gonna say the one thing that's very impressive to me is over the magic many hundred years ago. They didn't have this capability. We we've come a long way that they could so pinpoint the possibilities for tornadoes. Oh, it's yes. And the conditions that are favorable for tornadoes. In other words, there's a lot of energy. That would cause continued wind shear, and that's really the big element of of of your tornado. Yes. You're storm has to have a lot of lift. In it, and that's potential energy. But there's also wind shear that's opposing win. So winds coming in in one direction at the bottom and wins turning counterclockwise at different directions aloft which create that that rotation. And and of course, obviously. Between your wind shear and your lift you've got your updraft downdraft. And it's the opposing wins in the updraft downdraft where you find your wall cloud that hangs down. And it's out of that wall cloud where you could have a rolling rotation be spun vertical and drop to the ground and form as tornado. That's you know, from my neck of the woods kinda hate that term, but Texas and Oklahoma, and we spend a lot of time looking at the radar and scouring it closely to see if we can see any of those opposing Winfield's to see if we have any wins. And that's what the Doppler radar does best it gives you a green and a red. And and of course, read is going away from you like tail lights.

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"morehead city" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"morehead city" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"On podcast one and wherever you listen to podcasts. Michael Strahan plus a little cruise ship dancer taking over social media. People are coming up to me and asking me for autographs kind of awkward, right? It's heavy more awkward now. Today at three on NBC four. Imagine moving into a new home in hearing scratching screeching every night inside the walls, hundreds of back. They just took over that. I had no idea warning signs something could be lurking in your home today at five on NBC four. I'm Rita Foley with an AP news minute states of emergency in the Carolinas in Virginia. As hurricane Florence approaches, it's expected to blow a shore late Thursday or early Friday dumping as much as two and a half feet of rain femurs, Jeff, by art. Roads bridges, they're gonna think wastewater plants, they're gonna affect, you know, power. Obviously, rotter Muller says at the moment, he's not a vacuum reading from his home in morehead city, North Carolina cross the state. It's going to be flooding and you know the rivers, damaging stuff, but. Here will be wind down trees. Stuff like that. Windows knocked out HANA Lulu is hoping to be spared the worst as tropical storm Livia approaches, but it is a weakening storm. We're hearing that apple will three new iphones today. One rumored phone has a screen that's bigger and no back light. So black as really black rather than just dark. I'm Rita Foley..

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"morehead city" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"morehead city" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Lurches exact path of the monster. Storm remains unclear Robert mother lives in morehead city, North Carolina's probably leave. Starts get close. Still says four still says. The storm surge the flooding and things if it's gonna come up to the house, then we'll probably get out of here. Go inland. The category. Four hurricane expect you to make landfall late tomorrow or early Friday the National Hurricane tetris. John Cangelosi says at flooding remains a serious threat to life and property as the storm lingers things, we know we'll be very close to the coast late in the day on Thursday, but it may just sit around very much near the coastline or just kind of move very slowly inland throughout the day. Thursday, Thursday night and even into Friday and possibly even into Saturday. Authorities are concerned about those who refused to leave despite mandatory evacuation orders officials say if they get into trouble during the height of the storm L beyond their own Russian President Putin says the Kremlin knows who they are. There is nothing criminal about the two men that Britain names with suspects in the poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter in English dismissed claims that the men a military intelligence agents with the saying that they are, of course, civilian BBC Sarah Raynsford in Moscow. Apple expected to showcase three new iphones today, including its biggest and most expensive bottle yet company. Tries to widen the products appeal amid slumping sales growth on Wall Street this morning. Dow futures are down about thirty points. Nasdaq futures up a fraction s and p futures down almost two points. More on these stories, townhall dot com. Hey guys can hear from the hit podcast today's growth now heard regularly in eighteen countries. What percentage of you listening to this commercial often say to yourself, look, can I do to make more money or how can we increase our business? I'm guessing that's most of you. Have you ever heard knock on the door in it'll open?.

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"morehead city" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"morehead city" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Two. We just got a forecast update. I want you to hear what they're now saying about this storm. Well, like, you said the storm has strengthened the first warnings have gone out the hurricane warnings all of these areas. Shaded and read from central portions of South Carolina, all the way up in the North Carolina coast and they extend very far inland. You can see that right there. Also, hurricane watches in effect tropical storm watches, and so this is becoming very real for people in the Carolinas and Virginia like we mentioned it is strengthening it had wins one thirty now winds of one hundred forty miles per hour. And there is still time for it to strengthen any even more. It's actually forecast to strengthen more before making landfall has got one hundred and sixty five moving to the west northwest at seventeen miles per hour on the latest forecast track which hasn't changed much at all forecasted wins one hundred fifty five miles per hour by two o'clock tomorrow and then expected to make landfall as a category. Three by the time. We get into the early afternoon on Friday. And then the storm. Slows down, and it is going to dump a lot of rain across interior sections of North Carolina, South Carolina. This is also knew this storm surge height has increased nine to thirteen feet right around landfall the so that's anywhere between Wilmington and morehead city. We could see thirteen feet of water coming on shore. And that's going to push inland, quite a ways, and that is going to inundate communities all along the coast. It's also going to fill those rivers that flow towards the ocean. It's going to back them up overfill, the banks and you're going to see massive flooding, even well inland. Not only that if it can't get any worse. It will..

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"morehead city" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"morehead city" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"The news is brought to you by structure foundation repairs more than a million people in the south east or under mandatory evacuation orders as hurricane Florence churns its way toward the US border. Meteorologist Tom Sater says the category. Foreign storm can dump up to twenty inches of rain in parts of North Carolina. South Carolina and Virginia flash. Flooding has got to cut off some communities. It's possible with twenty inches of rain again from the Blue Ridge area southward northern areas of the Rockies. But it's the storm surge to water is the big element. When it comes to the loss of life. Storm surge could be fifteen twenty feet that would pretty much be from around Wilmington of toward Cape fear morehead city, and then the Outer Banks. Dallas county district attorney's office plans to present all the facts surrounding the shooting death of a twenty six year old Boston John at his Dallas are both in John at his Dallas apartment to the grand jury. Dallas police officer amber Geyer was charged with manslaughter in the shooting by the Texas Rangers. Dallas county DA faith Johnson says her office is investigating the case thoroughly there were several dozen. Protesters gathered at Dallas police headquarters earlier this evening around seven o'clock, they marched several locations. They went to the apartment where both John was shot, and they kneeled there. They then move to the office of the Dallas police association and ended up back at police headquarters. Rally was peaceful for the most part police monitored the crowd on horseback. An estimated two hundred people joined the crowd total before that March came to a conclusion again, the chance of showers mostly cloudy overnight, low around sixty eight right now, it is seventy one in downtown Dallas from the.

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Laura Wallace, South Carolina and North Carolina discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:11 min | 3 years ago

Laura Wallace, South Carolina and North Carolina discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

"Pay medical bills wbz news time five twenty one some new research today ties belief in a higher being to a longer lifespan study finds that people with religious beliefs tend to live about four years longer on average than those not identified with a specific faith key reason according to ohio state psychologist laura wallace afford people opportunities to connect with others lifestyle practices and guidelines also were factors in lung jedi the research included analysis of newspaper obituaries and several dozen major us cities gary nunn cbs new wbz news time five twenty one new government survey on teenagers fines they're not smoking they're not having sex they're not doing drugs as much as they did in the past this study asked high school kids about a wide range of health topics and researchers compared the results to similar questionnaires dating back more than a quarter century allan this particular survey they also found that teens are drinking less soda and sports drinks but they're also laying off the milk as well this particular teenager has his fun on the water and he's making some history to along the carolina coast ej nettles has quite a fish tale to tell the sixteen year old from south carolina has become the first junior angler to catch a four hundred pound fish and the fifty year old big rock blue marlin tournament in morehead city north carolina residing compared to what i'm used to it be able to bring back the biggest blue marlin caught three days into the five hundred thousand dollar fishing tournament weighed in at five hundred eighteen pounds jim krasula cbs news greensboro north carolina city council deals with issue boston has struggled with for years to regulate short term rentals in the city which eliminates investor units and allows owneroccupied short term rentals three hundred sixty five days of the year newswatch never stops eliminating investor units will push them all the short term rentals out of downtown wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time five twenty three lot of heavy size behind the wheel this afternoon we check traffic and weather together mike king with a look at the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on.

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