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Assumptions about hurricane season face winds of change
"11. The planet is warming and it's having a notable impact on whether rising water temperatures are fueling a stronger and more active tropical storm season, and that is prompting scientists can to consider starting the Atlantic hurricane season two weeks earlier. Well, let's learn more now with Alison Wing. She's an assistant professor for Florida State University's Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science. She joins us on Skype. Thanks for being with us. We appreciate it. Good afternoon. Thanks for having me first to set this up. Describe the changes that we have been witnessing in terms of these earlier name tropical storms. We're starting to see the stuff earlier and earlier, aren't we? Yes. So in the last six hurricane seasons, all six of those years we have had storms named storms form in May before the official start of the hurricane season on June 1st and so It is something that seems to be happening more and more more frequently recently what our weather researchers considering besides an earlier hurricane season to accommodate these changes. One thing that the National Hurricane Center has already started. For this year. They're going to be issuing their tropical weather outlooks actually starting on May 15 now, which are issued every six hours during the season, just to provide overall overview of what's happening with weather in the tropics. And that would be something to help. You know, people be more aware of what's going on in the tropics, and you know if there's risks of tropical storms or hurricanes forming, But pushing the start to the actual official start to the season earlier is something that you know, could improve public awareness of the risk even more on because when we have these these storms Before hurricane season officially starts. The public isn't always necessarily as aware of the risk they may not have, you know, gotten their supplies and prepared their their homes yet for it, And so it's really a consideration and in order to recognize that we do have storms that happened before June 1st and you know what can we do to make the public As prepared as possible. And is there a way to try to impart to the public? How the storm should be rated like how strong we should expect? Storm's coming our way. It seems like sometimes there's confusion about that. Well, I think one thing to keep in mind is that the wind speed that we used to category categorize storms is category 12 and so on and so forth. That's only one aspect of the type of damage we can can receive from tropical storms and hurricanes. And so I think more and more. Forecasters are emphasizing the full range of impacts from winds be damaged, but also coastal flooding from storm surge inland flooding from rainfall and as well as the potential for tornadoes actually to be embedded inside hurricanes. And so the National Weather Service has some some products that emphasized those and I think that you know we going to see communication of this full range of impacts more and more, and you shouldn't focus solely on the
Iota makes landfall in Nicaragua as "extremely dangerous" Category 4
"OTA has made landfall in Nicaragua as a devastating category for hurricane with sustained winds of 155 MPH. That was what it sounded like when the storm hit Colombia, the National Hurricane Center's Andy Lata the win by straining storm surge and truthful rainfall across Central America, and especially across the northeastern Nicaragua, southern Honduras. That's gonna be happening over the next day or so.
Hurricane Iota upgraded to Category 5 storm as it nears Central America
"Not looking good Hurricane I owe to now a dangerous Category five storm swirling and likely to bring catastrophic damage to the same part of Central America already pummeled earlier this month iota rapidly intensifying overnight into a mighty storm. This is a system over the western Caribbean. It's headed toward Nicaragua and Honduras and the region again is bracing for impact. The U. S National Hurricane Center says Air force Hurricane hunters flew into the core. They measured maximum sustained winds. This is sustained winds of 160 miles an hour, so obviously the gusts are stronger than that. And that is very powerful. That's scary stuff. So evacuations began over the weekend to move people out of low lying areas in both Nicaragua and Honduras, right near their shared border. And the storm is expected to make landfall later today.
Hurricane Iota now a Category 5 storm near Central America
"Hurrican iota is rapidly strengthening into a category five storm that's likely to bring catastrophic damage to the same parts of Central America already battered by a powerful Hari kan ada less than two weeks ago iota has intensified over the western Caribbean one approach to Nicaragua and Honduras the national hurricane center says Ethel's hurricane hunters have flown into iota is cool and measured maximum sustained winds of one hundred sixty M. P. H. authorities warned the new Howard Cohen would probably commercial all of the areas where H. as torrential rains saturated the soil leaving it prone to new landslides and floods and that the storm surge could reach a shocking twelve to eighteen feet above normal times I'm Charles de Ledesma
Hurricane Iota Strengthens To Category 4
"Iota, now the 13th hurricane of the Atlantic season and is rated as a Category three storm by the National Hurricane Center. System continues to gain strength that was centered about 275 miles east of the Caribbean island of Providencia overnight and expected to pass her cross over the island sometime today and approach the coast of Nicaragua and Honduras later this evening, it could intensify, according to forecasters to a Category four storm.
Hurricane Iota strengthens, heads toward Central America
"Hurricane iota continues to gain strength is that approaches Central America? It's now a Category two hurricane and could get even more strength by the time it makes landfall over Nicaragua earlier this week, the National Hurricane Center is warning of catastrophic winds, life threatening storm surge and extreme
Hurricane Iota strengthens, heads toward Central America
"Hurricane iota is strengthening as it heads to Central America with potentially catastrophic winds, life threatening storm surge and heavy rains. Ayotte is a Category two storm with maximum sustained winds of 100 miles an hour. National Hurricane Center says the storm is expected to make landfall along the Nicaraguan Honduras's border late tomorrow. It's a strong Category four storm Ayotte is already dumping heavy rains causing flooding in Colombia. It is the 13th hurricane of the
Hurricane Iota to intensify into a major hurricane, make landfall in Central America
"Iota is heading towards Central America. The tropical storm has strengthened overnight and is now the 13th hurricane in the 2020 Atlantic season. The National Hurricane Center says Iota is expected to become a major hurricane as it approaches Honduras and Nicaragua and areas still recovering from Hurricane Ada. Hurricane Iota is currently in the Caribbean Sea north of Columbia. With maximum sustained winds of 75 MPH, three
Tropical Storm Iota, in the Caribbean Sea, is 30th named storm of season
"Iota formed in the Caribbean expected now to strengthen into a major hurricane as it approaches Central America. National Hurricane Center warns that iota could bring dangerous wind storm surge in rainfall to Nicaragua and Honduras by tomorrow night.
Iota Becomes 30th Named Storm in a Record-Breaking Season
"Tropical Storm Iota has formed in the Caribbean and is expected to strengthen into a major hurricane as it approaches Central America. The U. S. National Hurricane Center says iota could bring dangerous wind storm surge in rainfall to a place that still grappling With the aftermath of Hurricane Ada. Iota is the 30th named Storm of this year's record breaking Atlantic Hurricane season.
Tropical Storm Iota Heads Toward Central America
"Storm Iota has its eyes set on Central America region still recovering from hurricane Aita Aita spark floods and mudslides that killed scores of people. Forecasters say Iota will be a major hurricane as it approaches Central America late tomorrow or Monday. Toyota's the 30th named storm of this year's record breaking Atlantic hurricane season. The National Hurricane Center, warning of dangerous wind storm surge and heavy rainfall in Nicaragua and Honduras. The
Tropical Depression 31 forms, expected to become hurricane
"Close tropical storm. Ava is in the atlantic making a second landfall in florida. Yesterday ada left scores of people dead when it hits central america last week as a category for hurricane now the national hurricane center says a new storm is forming in the caribbean. Next week. it's expected to become a hurricane and will hit the same area that ada
Miami prepares for Tropical Storm Eta
"Our top story at eight o'clock, not a lot of change with Tropical Storm Aita as we move through the evening hours will continue to see tropical storm force winds and heavy rain as the storm moves up the coast National Hurricane Center director Ken Graham says the worst of it is on the east side of the storm center. It's these rain bands where you're getting the significant wins. You're getting tropical storm force winds. Well, Outlook. Even Orlando and look down here over portions of Fort Myers and Naples have seen these today and now getting into Broward County where we don't need any more rain. Ada is still on a path to make landfall north of the Tampa Bay area sometime tomorrow morning and then be out over the Atlantic By tomorrow evening. At the moment, it's west southwest of ST Pete, Moving north. At about 12 Miles an hour. We later got up close and personal to Florida's West central Coast somewhat sooner than expected, not giving residents much time to prepare. ST Pete Mayor Rick Kreismen says would have been different if we'd have a couple of days. But he also feels very fortunate. We are we're not talking about a storm, which, thankfully, didn't significantly intensify and become a two or three that took the sudden turn in that respect. I feel like we were all very fortunate, but having said that we still want you to take precautions. Savva Mayor Jane Castor says people need to be vigilance with the storm. Even though it's not a hurricane. Castor says conditions could get worse before they get better. The next couple of hours are going to be critical for our area. We're still looking at Tornado warnings and waken have water spouts out in the bay as well, and those could be very, very damaging As everyone is aware, Castor says. The weather can change in an instance people need to be aware of what's going on Long night ahead. In Pasco County, just south of eight is projected landfall. Monica Santiago, the Pascoe emergency management says there are no evacuation orders, shelters or not open, but she is urging residents.
Eta regains hurricane strength as Florida braces for second hit
"Has weakened to a tropical storm just hours after regaining hurricane strength as Florida braces for a second hit from the storm. The storm's maximum sustained winds decrease to around 70 MPH off Florida's southwest coast. This afternoon, Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center in Miami issued a hurricane watch for a 120 miles stretch that includes Tampa in ST Petersburg. A storm has been in the Gulf of Mexico since crossing over South Florida on Sunday.
Eta gaining strength in the Gulf of Mexico
"Storm ADA is expected to regain strength today but has taken a sharp right turn. The storm made landfall in South Florida on Sunday and now heads towards the northern Gulf of Mexico. The National Hurricane Center says eight as expected to reach near hurricane strength tomorrow with top winds of 70 MPH. Data's forecast track has been shifting away from the West coast of Florida, but it could still hit Tampa Bay.
Tropical storm Eta causes flooding in Florida keys, pummels Miami
"To South Florida Bands of heavy rain and gusty winds set off some flooding in the Florida Keys and the peninsula has the center of the storm went offshore. National Hurricane Center says ADA will continue heading north as a strong tropical storm near hurricane strength, possibly hitting the Gulf Coast. So it's
Tropical Storm Eta lashing South Florida
"And yes, South Florida does continue to get pounded by some heavy rains from tropical storm ETA storm made landfall overnight on the lower medical Maki with maximum sustained winds of 65 MPH now that mixed in with King tides or no national Hurricane Center meteorologist David Zelinsky. It spells for a wet mess, especially along the coast. Any time that you have high tides are unusually high tides combined with the rain. That prevents it from draining properly, and you can get that urban flooding pretty quickly in some areas have had rain falls in the double digits. We're talking over a foot of rain so far in areas like Brickell, Hialeah, Miami Lakes will manners for Lauderdale, even portions of Miramar. Good news is the storm is pulling away from the state. The bad news is, it is expected to make a sharp turn north and hit farther up the peninsula later Thiss week, and the power is out for many more this morning, still a result of the storm over 20,000 power outages, reported Miami Dade and Broward County As of 9, a.m.. Over a million since this
Flash Flood Warnings For Broward, Miami Dade County
"Extended for the Broward and Miami Dade County areas until 11 o'clock at the earliest. We're talking double digits of rain from heavy rain bands already in the double digits overnight. The ongoing flooding still a major problem this morning. South Florida continues to get pounded in some spots by the heavy rains from ETA. It made landfall on the lower back Om Baky with Miss Maxima sustained winds of 65 MPH last night. National Hurricane Center meteorologist David Zelinsky says that mixed in with King tides is spelling a wet mess for too many people, especially along the coast. Any time that you have high tides are unusually high tides combined with the rain that prevents it from training properly, and you can get that urban flooding pretty quickly. Some areas have had rain falls again in the double digits, including Brickle. It has been flooded Hialeah, Miami Lakes, Wilton Manors for Lauderdale, even portions of Miramar. The storm is pulling away from the sea, which is good news for us. It is expected to take a sharp turn north and hit farther up the peninsula later on this week, and it could regain hurricane status at some point. Many across South Florida,
"national hurricane center" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Hour news center Joe Biden in Atlanta late this afternoon, and there's breaking news. A terrible school bus accident not far from Chattanooga, Tennessee. Both those stories in just a moment first, though the National Hurricane Center Has issued a tropical storm watch for most of metro Atlanta in north Georgia. This will be in effect on Thursday from five o'clock in the morning until 11 o'clock in the morning. The official word from the National Hurricane Center. Is that what Well By that time be tropical storms. ADA will move into the area for the the Hurricane center maximum sustained winds. Are expected to be in the 25 to 35 mile an hour range gusts as high as 45 miles an hour. Furthermore, the outermost rain bands are expected to push northward through Georgia tonight, and rain bands will continue to impact the forecast area through Thursday afternoon. Rainfall totals are expected to range from 2 to 4 inches, with some locally higher amounts possible. The furthermore actually was in the statement. That's not me being snooty. Here is channel to actual news meteorologist Brad Here's the impacts that I expect in Georgia off course heavy rain, one of the potential for flooding and flash flooding. A flash Flood watch has been issued for us as well. When Gus is we head through Thursday morning. 32 50 miles hour. Some isolated spots. Higher elevations in the northeast Georgia Mountains may see a few guys even in excess of 50 miles an hour and I can't rule out an isolated week. Brief tornado. Also, National Weather Service has a flash flood watch for all the metro that goes into effect tomorrow morning and runs through Thursday evening 69 degrees on Peachtree Street coming up to 6 30 to Brad's got the five day forecast coming up. Campaign news next triple team traffic Now here's Mark McCain. We've been slow through downtown Let up reviving 85 South Valley 17 ST. Georgia Tech Down to I 20 West Freeway look crowded into the crazy.
"national hurricane center" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"At the national hurricane center has issued its first advisory of the season officials say an area of low pressure is expected to develop this coming weekend off the Bahamas and could acquire some sub tropical characteristics as it moves north east away from the U. S. it does not appear to pose a threat to Florida covert nineteen brings an unexpected boost to Florida's citrus promotions employees are traveling because of corona virus so the Florida department of citrus will squeeze the budget and choose the state's citrus marketing the Florida citrus commission is moving two hundred seventy seven thousand dollars and what's on going digital and social marketing the money goes toward a four and a half million dollar campaign for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth targeting parents between thirty and sixty who haven't bought used in the past month so called lapsed orange juice buyers garden bird newsradio WFLA corona virus pandemic has taken its toll on a popular fast food chain steak N. shake is closed nearly sixty of its restaurants as its parent company blamed major financial losses due to the cold nineteen outbreak that brings the number of steak and shake locations five hundred and fifty three nationwide down from six hundred and twenty four at this time last year sixty two others were listed as temporarily closed as of March thirty first no word on which specific restaurants were being closed there are more than a dozen steak N. shake restaurants scattered around the immediate Tampa Bay area regenerate newsradio WFLA news Saito five news radio WFLA you've heard all about it in a probably seen for yourself the main shortages as processing plants have been closing and or operating with reduced staff due to illness that's increased prices for most to me ten brace yourself those price hikes are likely to stay made companies are eyeing major operational changes that will push prices higher those include automating some lines but you could save on airfare if you're ready to fly this.
"national hurricane center" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"National hurricane center is predicting that during will be forty to fifty miles off the Florida coast tomorrow and Wednesday police say a man was killed in a shootout with officers in Brooklyn overnight and one PD chief of department Terrence Monahan said three officers in a patrol car saw a masked man who fled when they trying to speak to him in total seven of the officers fired weapons on and says the officers were okay the man's identity hasn't been released and one PT commissioner James o'neill almost let disgraced former com Daniel Pantaleo keep his pension in our post reports o'neill made the last minute decision after discussion with mayor de Blasio chief of department Terrence Monahan said o'neal struggle with Pantaleo resigning before ultimately choosing to fire the officer for the fatal twenty fourteen arrest of Eric garner the fifteen year old who disappeared while swimming at the Jersey Shore has been identified as the search for the boy continues WABC Saralee Kessler has the latest police say genocide Jeremiah Rogosin of viewing was swimming with his sister at the Brighton Avenue beach in spring like yesterday afternoon when they were caught in a rip current a bystander lifeguards were able to rescue the girl but they couldn't find Josiah the beach was shut down and a massive search ensued involving the Coast Guard seventy lifeguards and a state police helicopter the search now considered a recovery effort I'm Sara Lee counselor for seventy seven W. A. B. C. news the son of reggae legend Bob Marley Colorado firm of applying to open a medical marijuana dispensary in New Jersey north Jersey dot com reports that Rohan Marley and Colorado based dispensary late light shade have applied to open a dispensary in Montclair W. ABC news time nine oh three. traffic sports and weather next..
"national hurricane center" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Is news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. The clean up begins two days after hurricane Michael flattened communities along the Florida, panhandle more than a million and a half without power. The number of homes and businesses lost to great to tally. Six people were killed CBS's. Laura Podesta rescue teams are going door to door in Mexico Beach, Florida searching for survivors of hurricane Michael. I just started crying because the NIC Miami. I see people who have been through this before and understand the quiet. Tourist town took the brunt of the storms one hundred fifty five mile per hour. Winds lost their house. Everybody energy state officials say two hundred eighty five Mexico beach residents ignored the mandatory evacuation order after slicing through Georgia the Carolinas and Virginia tropical storm, Michael. And at sixty five mile an hour. Winds are moving out to sea Jack Bevan at the National Hurricane Center. Intensifying, but is it is intensifying is losing its tropical cyclone characteristics. It's actually becoming more nor'easter type blow of the Atlantic. After several months of talks, President Trump's lawyers are preparing written answers to questions from Robert Muller. Correspondent major Garrett. So thing in these questions given to the president's lawyers deal with anything under the description of obstruction of Justice. They're only about questions relating to cooperation or interaction with those acting on behalf of the Russian government or with links to the Russian government and only during the campaign, the president says he's reluctant to stop US arm. Mm sales to Saudi Arabia despite indications journalists Jamal kashogi was murdered inside the Saudi consulate and eastern bull say department spokeswoman, Heather Nauert's. We are all concerned about his whereabouts. We don't have any information on his whereabouts right now. Or what happened? The Washington Post says the Turkish government has told you as it has audio and video recordings to prove kashogi was tortured and dismembered nother deep dive for the Dow lost five hundred forty five points yesterday after closing down more than eight hundred on Wednesday market, strategist, Art, Hogan on what's worrying investor higher energy prices. The rich stronger we have input costs like steal a little better going up. We have concerns over trade and tariffs. They combined today loss five point two percent. Dow futures are up one Eighty-one Lindsey Buckingham, not a happy camper..
"national hurricane center" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Keep law enforcement and rescue workers from saving lives as Florida. Governor. Rick Scott as hurricane Michael is now being downgraded to a tropical storm as it moves over Georgia. Michael I made landfall over the Florida panhandle Wednesday powerful category. Four hurricane with winds of up to one hundred fifty five miles an hour, or so now, what's in store for the remaining state says Michael targets in its course. Let's join Michael Barr now from our twenty four seven network morning. Michael Boyd in the panhandle got wacked Ron we're just kind of starting to see the scope of that as as the sun is starting to rise in the starting to lighten up down there in Florida where you've had over six hundred thousand people without any power here for the better part of twelve hours as a storm. That's coming through. Yes. The strongest hurricane to hit the US nearly fifty years third strongest ever to hit the US Michael is now tropical storm as it moves out of Georgia heading through South Carolina. Fifty mile an hour sustained winds sixty five mile an hour gusts. But the thing is to the National Hurricane Center warning that those winds are very damaging and can be felt at least at this point up to six hundred sixty miles outward from the center of the storm. So it's still having a big impact in those winds at least to this morning or what we're going to be able to tell me look at the scope of this. The winds may have been one of the more damaging things should we saw not only roofs ripped off ripped off buildings in Panama City, Florida. But also we've seen trees broken in. How we've seen power lines that have been disconnected. But the power pole itself caught on fire or snapped in half. This is not something that is going to be as simple going reattach, some lines and people have power you're talking about rebuilding in some of these places, and that's what we're going to see a little bit. Here's the sun rises and the scope becomes a little bit clearer around. Panama City, Florida and for us here. We're going to feel some remnants in New England of hurricane now. Tropical storm Michael with flash flood warnings in effect for us all day long here in the Rhode Island area. Michael, thank you very much for the update, you gotta have a great morning Ron six thirty nine those poor people NewsRadio nine twenty one zero four seven FM. That's unconscionable. Sustained winds of one hundred and fifty five miles an hour in the damage that that can bring while got some new indications that President Trump might be getting ready to replace attorney general Jeff Sessions. Here's FOX's Sean lyndale gel with that report. President Trump has reportedly Tonka the attorney general's own chief-of-staff about replacing Jeff Sessions, the Washington Post reporting the president east acutely interested in ousting the nation's top cop. But President Trump tells FOX is Shannon bream. Well, we're going to see what happens. Let's all see the nice part is that we are. Everybody's working together right now, the expectation around the White House is at sessions and his deputy rod Rosenstein, we'll stay on the job through the midterms in Washington, Shawn. Liangelo Fox News yesterday poll question had to do with somebody who stepped down that's Nikki Haley for stepping down from her post as UN ambassador at the end of the year. We'll Nikki Haley run for president in two thousand and twenty even though she said that she's not going to twelve percent of you said. Yeah, you think she's still might do an about face while eighty percents said, no, Pete said, Nope. Not going to happen when she says, she just needs a break from it. All he says that you can probably see her a little bit later down the road. How about Carlo she chipped in? She said, no, why are you being so stupid? I guess it's forty years to try and Carlos I guess hand back my radio hall of fame trophy based on your college, fill wells. He said, I think that this is a talking point. That's being promoted by the left, but I could be wrong. Fred said, no, only means that they fear her and they fear. She would be warranted. But she's not going to run right now. Par for the course said I'll take how rumors get started for five hundred Alex Stephen says, she'll run only if Trump doesn't while Ryan said, she was probably one of the leakers. So Ryan comes up with a black helicopter. They're eighty eight percent of you said, no, she's not going to run now. Six forty NewsRadio nine twenty one zero four seven FM which.
"national hurricane center" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"National Hurricane Center update shows it now what one hundred twenty five miles an hour, the winds, right and. Expected to be right down over one hundred and thirty which would make it at least a category for hurricane that will hit the panhandle Gulf Coast. Right. They're they're talking about. The storm surge being a really strong storm surge surgeon and talking about how the potential for life threatening conditions is really great with a storm everyone in this area needs to heat warnings. And listen to officials in those directives given by officials in the coming hours, if you haven't already because you see the pictures and the videos of the people in that area, getting ready evacuating, boarding up windows and everything else. This is a major storm already and has the potential to be in most believe it will be a historic storm in terms of the damage and size of the storm. It will then move inland. With a ton of rainfall. We were talking during the pre show meeting as it moves through the the the panhandle of Florida, and then goes into north northeasterly direction toward the Carolinas. It's going to be dumping a lot of rain the Carolinas. They're saying it will move faster than Florence. So it won't present the same problems. But the problem is with the areas affected by Florence that are already saturated the ground is already saturated. Then of course, any rain at all is going to cause problems, and they will be getting rain in those areas in the coming days, but more immediately we're looking at at the panhandle of Florida and Panama City, essentially being the target right now for hurricane Michael. And when you see winds of over one hundred and thirty miles an hour. It's a category four they say would be the biggest hurricane ever to hit the.
"national hurricane center" Discussed on AP News
"Away in the Atlantic. National Hurricane Center specialist. Daniel Brown's does it's now a category. Three storm is expected to make landfall later this week. We're looking at potential for impacts in the southeast US south coast by Thursday or Friday has four exactly where it'll hit it's early but models haven't had. For the southeast or mid Atlantic. Co residence essentially from Georgia through the Carolinas and even into the middle antics states need to be paying close attention to the forecast performed Brown says it's expected to game strength potentially reaching category. Four status, but that it will weaken once it hits land where rain and wind will be a real problem could produce a prolonged period of very heavy rainfall across portions of the mid-atlantic region. And that's another one of the main concerns not only the wind. But also the dangerous storm surge and potential for for flooding is being compared to Harvey because at the slow mover and a big rainmaker expected to hang around for a while after hitting land, South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia have already declared a state of emergency. Serena Williams as find seventeen thousand dollars in the aftermath of the US open final and the Women's Tennis Association calls for equal treatment of all tennis players AP. Correspondent Julie Walker reports the seventeen thousand dollar fine stems from three code violations. Serena Williams received during her loss to Naomi Osaka. In the US open final verbal abuse of the chair on pyre coaching and breaking Haracic, the WTA along with Williams and critics inside and outside of tennis argued that she was not treated the same as some male players. In addition men's champion Novak Djokovic said he thought the chair on pyre who Williams argued with should not have pushed her so hard. Julie Walker New York when posting on most jobs sites. You get candidates. I'm the sales direct.
"national hurricane center" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"We get at your wwl forecast. I'm meteorologist Mamello, savannah. It is cloudy and seventy two our top story the path of hurricane. Florence remains on a collision course with the Carolinas. The National Hurricane center's latest advisory as the storm located about five hundred miles southeast of Wilmington, North Carolina moving northwest. It's a monster storm still packing winds of one hundred thirty miles per hour and is a category four hurricane. Florence is predicted to deliver. Tropical storm force winds early Thursday to North Carolina's coast. At hurricane. Force winds. Dangerous storm surges to the surrounding area by late Thursday or early Friday. A fourteen year old Indiana, boy is accused of killing his twenty three month old sister and eleven month old brother it happened in Ripley county in southeast Indiana. Prosecutors say the crimes happen three months apart the two children were suffocated Louisville football coach Bobby between. Oh says quarterback Puma pass is on the football field despite suffering a turf toe injury and last week's game. He did practice him the leak both that had good practices. They look good to the ball. Well, and we're just gonna continue to practice, and and let it play out and make a decision here later in the week can pass and Balik Cunningham. Both got playing time last week. Your next news update at twelve o'clock. I'm Paul miles NewsRadio. Eight forty W. H E Kentucky Anna's breaking news. Weather and traffic station has your foundation cracked shifted. Have you noticed stair step cracking in your brick are your foundation, walls bowing or bulging Dwyer's, patented peering system.
"national hurricane center" Discussed on AP News
"National Hurricane Center. Says it expects to announce a hurricane watch tomorrow morning as hurricane Florence continues on the path to take it either north or South Carolina later in the week governors from South Carolina to Maryland have declared states of emergency all coastal counties in South Carolina and coastal areas in North Carolina and parts of Virginia have mandatory evacuation starting tomorrow, Virginia governor Ralph northbound I want to emphasize this hurricane is likely to have impact statewide not just our coastal areas right now. Florence top sustained winds are one hundred forty miles per hour forecast. Call for major storm surge. And rain of a foot or more. I'm Tim Maguire. What are the all-time tennis? Great says another grand slam crown do his career AP's, Mike Moriarty with a RAB from steamy. US open six seed Novak Djokovic claimed his second straight grand slam title following up. The Wimbledon championship by defeating third. She'd one Martine dough Potrero in straight sets six three seven six six three twenty two thousand eighteen US open men's singles final Djokovic who missed last year's US open with an elbow injury, which she had surgery on earlier in two thousand eighteen discussed. How far he is coming up short amount of time. If you told me in February this year when I got the surgery that I'll win Wimbledon US Open. Would be hard to hard to believe for Djokovic is the fourteenth grand slam ten career and his third US Open's head as he was also victorious at Flushing Meadows in two thousand eleven and two thousand fifteen Mike Moriarty, New York. Nasr's Mars Rover curiosity has snapped a dusty, but cool selfie. The panorama shot shows a thin layer of dust on curiosity. The result of a storm that covered Mars this summer. The darkest sky means dust is still clogging the atmosphere in August. When the panorama was shot by curiosities masked camera. The Rover had just drilled for a new rock sample curiosity hasn't been troubled by the lack of sunlight since its nuclear powered Nasr's older Rover opportunity. However relies on solar power and has been silent since June flight controllers hope as the Martian sky continues to clear opportunity, we'll get back in contact a new horror film claims the top spot in the nation's theaters AP's. Ben Thomas has a look at the weekend box office results. The nun is the fifth installment in the conjuring franchise. The origin story of a demonic. None who I turns up in conjuring too long. Not long. And movie goers were in the mood for her. The none debuts number one at the box office. Earning more than fifty three million dollars. There's new money all over in crazy. Rich Asians yields the top spot in its fourth weekend. But it's still scored a healthy second-place, adding another thirteen point six million dollars to its earnings. Meanwhile, poor reviews helped relegate the weekends other new wide released to third Heiferman has Jennifer garner back in an action role as a vigilante. I'm Ben Thomas. When working at a growing business you wear many hats, the new business hat the buying toner for the copy machine has the sifting through. Tonnes of.
"national hurricane center" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"National hurricane center warned that the city's water levels were continuing to rise and that reigned with the expected throughout today mayor phil coronet offered us sliver of good news saying that he had seen no injuries as of yet recalling hurricane wilma of the powerful categorythree storm struck florida in two thousand five killing six and causing 20 billion dollars damage he described erma as horrendous throughout the state of florida there have been three deaths reported so far all three work car accident related to too high winds and storms in tampa and saint petersburg two cities that had not been struck by a major hurricane since nineteen twenty one six o'clock curfews were declared the number of florida attractions were shut until tuesday including busch gardens in tampa were they herded parliament goes and other animals to shelters governor rick scott warned at a news conference yesterday there is still serious threat of significant storm surge flooding along the entire western coast of florida and this has increased to fifteen feet of impact above the ground level in southwest florida tampa bay which is home to more than three million floor freddie and could see surges of eight to twelve feet the national hurricane center continues to war tornado warnings were in place across the state yesterday as thousands of floridians were hunkered down in their homes and shelters and howling gales rattled shuttered windows in tour trees up by the routes through twisters were reported at fort lauderdale international airport according to the national weather service there were no immediate reports of damage or injury currently over four million florida power and light customers or without power and florida power and light his working hard to get power back to all of those recipients i hope you're monday is going well i'm john hunt this is america's morning news were the nation's news breaks.
"national hurricane center" Discussed on WTVN
"With fifty two what you say if your weather station news radio 610 wtvn hurricane erma continues to weaken as it storms through the northwestern coast to florida this morning the national hurricane center's latest advisory has the storms winds down to seventy five miles an hour or men's expected to weaken to a tropical storm later this morning banned abc's marci gonzales has more from tampa worth of getting a good amount of rain and wind gusts stained when really don't seem to be quite as powerful as they were a bit earlier we digits here about a reported wind gust and tampa bay though of ninety miles and hours left the knowsley for for them this area they were expecting a storm surge between heat for this area but now they're saying it could be it out half georgia governor nathan deal is warning that his entire state will be impacted by your though it's expected to be downgraded to a tropical storm shortly before or after it exits florida deals urging residents to stay off the roads and not get on them until clear to do so to avoid a mass exodus at a lot of uh a epo high workers are in florida helping the response to earn the call for service involves more than seven hundred employees today marks a sixteenth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks nearly three thousand people died when four hijacked airliners crashed into the world trade center complex the pentagon and a field near shanksville pennsylvania on september 11th of two thousand one the nine eleven attacks stunned the nation and led to massive changes in airline security at abc six is mike mccarthy on what kind of memorials are planned around central ohio today more than twenty nine hundred flags that are lining the lawn there downtown columbus as part of that memorial it's hard to tell from the ground but this flags are actually.
"national hurricane center" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"The recipient did not one but two prestigious marconi awards for his broadcast but one little in a watching the eleven o'clock report of the national hurricane center storm is now moving at fourteen miles an hour to the north wind speed sonner miles an hour size to is we speak but they say it's going to be a cat one in about an hour or so and then by sometime tomorrow it'll be in southern georgia and alabama governor deal of alabama's issued a state of emergency for alabama so this storm exit exits florida sometime in the next seven or eight hours is continue to be a rainmaker and a storm and also a hurricane route tournedos and when damage in alabama tennessee in georgia with our more torrential downpours there was about a foot of rain or so but it's moving on mike harvey that did not move fifty inches of rain fell this one is about twelve inches of rain and it's moving quickly plus the soil in florida is much more conducive doerr accept large amounts of rain and the soil in taxes so it's not good but nonetheless the the national hurricane center is saying it is unlikely there's going to be a storm surge of ten to fifteen feet and southwest florida more like sixday feed which is still not good but narcotic a catastrophic catastrophic a then also in tampa bay instead of eight to twelve appears to be five to nine feet so that's a positive for all the listeners are nine seventy w f l lay the storm instead of going over tampa is approximately thirty five miles southeast of tampa heading to the immediate west of orlando as it begins the process of exiting florida we're going to have a meteorology is from fox on about an hour and a half but until then your calls at one eight.
"national hurricane center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The national hurricane center says erma is less than thirty five miles south of naples florida now a city expecting a severe hit in the coming hours his oromo will remain powerful as it moves along florida's west coast with record floods sergio says meteorologist chad myers yes things will get knocked out but the wind but those surge work people this is the real deal ten to fifteen feet on top of what should be means sea level which means that could be maintained feet higher than it is now because it's already four feet down because winds blow the wrong way vis sarasota resident at a shelter taking nothing for granted we haven't really heard of sarasota as a whole evacuation area in sarasota or not all but we got here because we just wanted to make sure we were going to be a safe as possible florida power and light says an estimated three point four million homes and businesses will lose power and it will take weeks not days to get the power back i'm michael toscano and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters as we've been reporting after hurricane andrew in 1992 florida building codes were changed from many areas that could face hurricaneforce winds including in miami that's where residents are at least a little relieved that hurricane erm as track has changed nathan crook is a miamibased breaking news reporter for bloomberg oppose would leave everything constructed to be able to survive but are open you're bill like but i think everyone of great but we're not getting back kind of a director here in miami now we'll have to be what happened when it moved co donate old tampa vogler areas of the fate with the construction of not a dan an urban and may be protected in miami tampa appears now more on urmas path than miami as it's still there will be damage everywhere uber technologies is offering free rides to shelters near tampa as hurricane erma barrels in the city of tampa's office of emerge i can see management publicize the free rides over its twitter feed at alert tampa uber's offer helps serve a vital need for transportation as tampa.
"national hurricane center" Discussed on WCTC
"Altan miami beach this hour and in broward county where we find reporter jill tracy this morning his hunkering down at home well it looking like it wasn't the best idea right now the eye of the storm has now hit in the p t webpage in it moving its way up and he had now if jarring the palme prong starting to fly off and the trees they're getting really really wrap up shit and the dog all come from under the bit broward to tampa we're the mayor says he's ready we been planning for this for a long time it gave the we'd all do draw around here's tom us to execute bob bob corned says evacuees don't need to go to weather states but they must leave homes in the potential flood zone you don't have to drive to georgia or tennessee you just need to get to a different local flood because as we all know it it's the surge that scares us florida governor rick scott there is a serious threat of significant storm surge along the entire west coast to florida and this is greece to fifteen feet of impact above ground level in southwest sorta he says he wants all of the people in his state to survive but that well it likely happen this is clearly a lifethreatening situation remember is that was four to the storm surge comes after the strongest wins hurricane erma is up to a category four with sustained winds of one hundred thirty miles an hour already thousands are without power even ahead of the hurricane qian's landfall the national hurricane center says it's.
"national hurricane center" Discussed on Environment: NPR
"This is luis garcia navarro in miami hurricane era is closing in on mainland florida it's now a category four storm with sustained winds near a hundred and thirty miles per hour during the next 24 hours the storm is likely to affect the entire state from the keys to how to tallahassee npr's john hamilton is at the national hurricane center in miami a just down the street good morning good morning a two villas and where is remote right now well i'm looking at the big screen here at the hurricane center and it looks like the eye of the storm used just east of a key west the storm it it's moving pretty slowly right now about eight miles per hour and it's expected to pick up speed later on today so forecasters here think erma is gonna hit the southwestern tip of florida in the next few hours that's the area round the everglades national park where there aren't many people but after that is going to head up the west coast of florida and that's going to take it passed a lot more populated areas like fort myers and looking ahead to tonight tomorrow erma is likely to head to for tampa and then it should begin to weaken as it heads inland toward georgia yet erma is less powerful than it was a couple of days ago uh though but it's still a very large very dangerous storm right the storm is really really big it's it's more than four hundred miles across so when you look at it on the monitors here at spans the entire florida peninsula and in fact forecaster tear have issued hurricane warnings for both the east's and east and west coasts to the state that just kind of amazing and because the storm is so massive a big chunk of southern florida has been feeling these intense bans as i'm sure you'd hope wind and rain for for many hours now aunt and it's been pretty intense the hurricane center here actually shut its steel outer doors last night that was when the winds started reach tropical form stormforce and and we're hearing it's going to be quite a few more hours before those doors get opened again yes a you are indeed on lockdown on what is the greatest threat from erma.
"national hurricane center" Discussed on WDRC
"The news today uh so the latest update from the national hurricane center eric uh obama has been downgraded yes to a category four now was very strong cagliari or the maximum sustain winds according to the national hurricane center just a few minutes ago at one hundred and fifty five miles an hour still very powerful storm and it's all the essentially the consensus of the prediction models now bringing this storm um uh our four ultimately uh and going up right up the center of florida while during the the day on thursday it it did take inland further inland take of the prediction models mood further west uh that may be the case maybe later during the day as well the production models 442 are ard are are fairly steady over the last twenty four hours looks like maybe it's it's gone just slightly left because it looks almost now's if it's going right up straight through the centre were looked earlier it might have been a little east of of center but it looks as going right through the center yes so if you if you look at the prediction models right now again uh some time at two a m or after sunday morning uh hitting the ah the coming ashore uh there and order and then going uh pretty much i mean up the center afford i mean there's really because of the the the footprint of this storm every every citizen in florida is is going to be affected w and at one that somewhat by the storm uh rain and wind and you know to all the way for the the strongest winds and the heaviest rain so uh we will certainly follow this throughout the morning.
"national hurricane center" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The news today so the latest update from the national hurricane center and arrogant obama has been downgraded yes to a category four now us very strong cagliari or the maximum sustained winds according to the national hurricane center just a few minutes ago at one hundred and fifty five miles an hour still very powerful storm and all the essentially the consensus of the production models now bringing this storm four four ultimately and going up right up the center of florida wild during the day on thursday it it it did take inland further inland take the prediction models mood further west that may be the case maybe later during the day as well the prediction models 442 are are are are fairly steady over the last twenty four hours looks like maybe it's gone just slightly left because it looks almost now is if it's going right up straight through the centre were look earlier it might have been a little east of of center but it looks as current right to the center yes so if you if you look at the production models right now again some time at two a m are after sunday morning a hitting the coming ashore there and order and then going pretty much i mean up the center afford i mean there's really because of the the the footprint of this storm every every citizen in florida is is going to be effective and at one that somewhat by the storm rain and wind and you know to all the way to the the strongest winds and the heaviest rain so we will certainly follow this throughout the morning.