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Nicholas, Now a Tropical Storm, Hits Texas Coast With Heavy Rain
"Nicholas has been downgraded to a tropical storm after making landfall along the texas coast with winds of seventy miles per hour. People living along the coast import aransas to port. O'connor face a life threatening storm surge of up to five feet. According to the national hurricane center nicholas is also expected to bring six to twelve inches of rain as it sweeps northeast along the gulf. Coast
Hurricane Larry Wipes out Power, Trees in Newfoundland
"Larry abroad heavy rain and dangerous storm surge to atlantic canada overnight. Larry began lashing portions of newfoundland with top sustained winds of eighty miles per hour. But the national hurricane center now says larry has moved away from land and is expected to continue weakening
Tropical Storm Mindy Forms in Gulf Near Florida Panhandle
"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting tropical storm Mindy has formed in the Gulf of Mexico near the Florida panhandle forecasters have issued a tropical storm warning for part of the Florida panhandle for tropical storm Mindy Mindy developed into a tropical storm Wednesday in the northeast Gulf of Mexico the national hurricane center says Mindy could cause as much as six inches of rainfall across the Florida panhandle and portions of southern Georgia and South Carolina through Thursday morning scattered flash urban and small stream floods are possible hi Mike Rossio
"Advice from the National Hurricane Center director. Get out if you can. Hurricane Ida is on the way Top winds have climbed to 100 Miles an hour in his forecasted to be a dangerous 140 mile an hour storm when it makes
Louisiana Braces for Category 4 Hurricane Ida
"Hurricane Ida is less than 300 miles from home in Louisiana with sustained winds of 105 MPH. The National Hurricane Center in Miami, predicts the storm will strengthen rapidly before it makes landfall, bringing a life threatening storm surge, potentially catastrophic wind damage and flooding rainfall beginning Sunday morning, Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards says this storm could be one for the history books will be one of the strongest hurricanes to hit anywhere in Louisiana sense. At least the 18 fifties as the Cal door fire rages closer to Lake Tahoe. The vacation destination was empty Saturday, leading up to the Labor Day holiday. Smoke conditions, along with shifting gusty winds started to scare off the tourists. A fire watches being put in place for 11 A.m. on Monday by the National Weather Service. That's one step closer to a red flag warning officials are hopeful that several man made fire lines can save the iconic Lake Tahoe basin from the raging
Hurricane Ida: What We Know About the Storm Heading Toward Louisiana
"Chuck Sivertsen from a person who knows hurricanes and sees what hurricane ideas like and what it's going to become heading for New Orleans and Louisiana Coast to listen to those those local officials have asked to leave. Please do it. There's still time. Still time I've still got some daylight time to get out. National Hurricane Center Director Ken Graham. I did a hit full force tomorrow. But even now, outer bands raining on south East Texas to the Florida Panhandle. But tomorrow by the time we make landfall, we're forecasting category four Hurricane 135 miles an hour. You can see that the core, those hurricane force went stretching out 40 or 50 Miles. You can see 120 130 miles on the tropical storm force winds. There have been large crowds of the New Orleans airport traffic jams
Louisiana Braces for 'Life-Altering' Hurricane Ida
"This is it for residents in the path of ida expected to make landfall Sunday as a potential category four hurricane mandatory and voluntary evacuations are in effect for residents of New Orleans as well as coastal Louisiana and Mississippi Jamie Rhome acting director of the national hurricane center says folks need to take this seriously you really really really have to get going because today is that in terms of protecting life property he says category four hurricanes bring winds in excess of a hundred and thirty miles per hour heavy rain and flooding right American risk reduction system or the federal levee system could be looking at life threatening storm surge in excess of ten feet I'd as expected to make landfall on the exact date Katrina devastated the Gulf coast sixteen years ago but that was a cat three hurricane I'm Julie Walker
Hurricane Ida Could Be Category 4 by Landfall in Louisiana
"Say hurricane ida is on track to make landfall along the gulf coast. As a category four storm the national hurricane center says ida could produce up to one hundred forty mph winds and life threatening storm surge. New orleans has been placed under a hurricane warning which stretches from the central coast of louisiana to the mississippi border. Right now. The storm is closing in on the southwest tip of of cuba. cuba.
Ida to Make Landfall in Louisiana as a Category 4 Hurricane
"IDA has a bullseye on Louisiana. The National Hurricane Center says it's on track to reach Category four when it makes landfall this Sunday. This is an incredibly serious and potentially deadly situation, CBS meteorologist David Parkinson said. It's possible I could strengthen to a Category five hurricane comes
Tropical System in Caribbean Threatens Gulf Coast
"Tropical storm IDA forming in the Caribbean. Forecasters say it's aimed at the Gulf Coast, prompting Louisiana's governor to declare a state of emergency. National Hurricane Center says Idol will cross the western half of Cuba as a tropical storm on Friday afternoon, then strengthen and reached the Gulf Coast by
Gulf Coast Hurricane Landfall Possible in Just Days
"Just days after on re swept through the Northeast, the tropics pose another even more dangerous threat. The National Hurricane Center is monitoring a disturbance in the Caribbean that could make landfall as a powerful hurricane on the Gulf Coast If it forms. Many of the computer models predict rapid organization and strengthening with landfall possible as early as
"national hurricane center" Discussed on Weather Geeks
"Things up in earnest when you get into august through early october. So i think we're seeing what would be typical and i think we're just coming off such a hyperactive season. It just felt weird not to have somebody storms in july. Because it's been so busy for so many years so the the big message is here. We're coming into the peak. And i think you know we start getting through august and getting the september. We've the peak yet to come for the hurricane season for know twenty one so that's why preparedness is everything and getting ready for it and you mentioned elsa an interesting point. There was a lot of social media about hurricane versus a tropical storm. And you know we had some radar data in the aircraft found those winds. It didn't last long so much on it. And i hope everybody can help us. Spread the word on this. The difference between a tropical storm in a hurricane one mile an hour And again we're standard of science but at the same time it's interesting how the word hurricane Really prop so much attention versus tropical storm. There is no such thing as just a tropical storm. And you and i talked about the war would meet illogic organization. I have a lot to do with as chair. That committee You know th they'll never be named justa. We'll never have a hurricane. Just will never have probably just a picture of that. But the point is it's about the impacts and is so important hurricane tropical storm trump alison. I mean i think of i. I look at history. Tropical storm produces ten foot storm. Surge and fifteen twenty inches of rain. I don't care what the name is. That's a big impact. And you gotta be ready for that i. I'm so glad you mentioned that because it right. I mean strong tropical storm. We can't one the impact the same. And so i'm and that was definitely a message. I was trying to amplify on your behalf as well. Because i see so. Many people get riled up hurricane or it doesn't the impacts really what matter at the end of the day. One one thing that comes to mind about twenty twenty and twenty twenty one and particularly. We're seeing spikes is the hurricane tropical storm risk superimposed on a pandemic Are there are there things that you've as the national hurricane center director thinking about concert with the director of fema emergency management folks Even even if we see fred approaching perhaps florida Depending on what happens that moves over hispaniola. I have to imagine that there are some thinking going on about covert and evacuation and shelters and so forth. How are you dealing with that. I think the pandemics made the pressure on us to to to have a good forecast is is never been higher. Be and the reason. I say that is the fact that you know if you're in that evacuation zones the with storm surge. You gotta get out there. There's just no pandemic or not if you have a big storm surge headed your weight you and get out now the planning and where you go change and you know the the sheltering part of it that emergency managers deal with the pressure comes here if you don't have to have to evacuate. We wanna make sure we're accurate enough that the decision could be made not to evacuate and that was in the case of of hurricane laura when some of the modeling was well to the west. And we were you know. We didn't want we didn't think it would ever get over to a situation where houston would have to go because you're dealing with a pandemic and if they don't have to it's okay we don't want them to so luckily we the scientists better that we could really narrow that down Better than ever. so yes the exercises. Have taken into account The pandemic we've changed things here to dr shopper. We everything you saw last year with the masks. Lots of opinions on that by the way So i mean we. We're small place. We have eleven hurricane specialists and we have the tropical forecast branch in the people that have visited this building. It's not big. So we we we had we had cohort scheduling where pairs of to work together and they didn't see the other the whole season Some of the shift changes occurred from the building and out in the parking lot behind me. we did everything to keep ourselves safe. Because you know the nation's counting on us to keep them safe so we took that very serious Here we actually take that still remains on the floor that when there's somebody on duty at the desk no one's allowed to step inside that tape So it's interesting how it changed. How do business on maroon t managers and it is part of the decision making process with with the pandemic and safety. So i think we feel the pressure more than ever. We're up to it. We really are up to to make sure we get a good forecast out there so we can help the decision making you know. Last question is really contemporary. Because we just had the latest. Ipcc report come out and of course it says some things. About extreme events particularly hurricanes. Tropical cyclone does this factor in any whammy. You are weather agency for the most part and you know i know for a fact but someone twitter. Sometimes people struggle with the difference between weather and climate. Because you'll see people say hey. It's cold today. That means climate change is real right that whether in climate but do you see a report like the ipc and have implications for how you think about things hurricane center. Yeah i think. I think we're we're definitely more short fused generally than that here at the hurricane center. But now you look at the data. I mean all you do is take a query on the database right and look at look at trends and you know. There's there's been this discussion about the number of hurricanes. Well tough correlation. They are right. We we were seeing more than ever. We're we're also we're also going after some of those sloppier peski or storms that form right off the coast and so the actual number is hard to correlate to anything because we're actually seeing more so that's not the that's not the conversation there really isn't but the trend that has the conversation a couple things one warm atmosphere more rain. You know. we're we're seeing some pretty big rain events From these systems not just on the coast but well inland. It's just physics or rousers a whole more water. You're going to get more rain. Yeah it is and the other trend. That's interesting. I know you've seen it. There is a trend over the last century. We're getting some stronger storms. And you know you look at the number of cat fours and fives that we have. There's an increasing number of some of these strong storms. And i think that's something to consider into the future as well. You got more energy you can get stronger. Storms and the rapid tests. Vacation dr shepper. We had nine. Tropical cyclones in two thousand twenty have rapid intensification nine. And that's what we're talking. You're talking thirty knots of wind increase in twenty four hours things cranking fast and it's hard to keep up with that so And then we'll see what sea level rise and it's not a direct correlation love arise and storm surge. It's it's highly variable some places. Get the same someplace. Get more But i do see trend. That could push that storm surge farther inland. So that's that's the long term when you look at you know hurricanes you look at where we're headed and what we're going to be dealing with those some things that keep in our minds and we do get ready for that and that's why we some more research to that rapid intensification and i know for us here in georgia. You know with hurricane michael. We had a storm that was gusting hundred mph winds well into our agricultural regions in the.
"national hurricane center" Discussed on Weather Geeks
"Some ideas there. We are toying with the idea of a dynamic cone. The part dr shepherd. You didn't ask but it's related is what do we do at the seven day forecast. Yes we're internal but what what do you do with a cone. Excuse me what do you do with a cone. That's eight hundred miles wide. How do you make any any decision. Based on that outside of oil. I better keep an iron on this so we wanted to a seven day forecast but should it be in. The come should be doing a different way. We actually don't have the answer to that but were or help. Hope is social science. Also that With the category. It's interesting because you look at a hurricane florence when when you're you're decreasing in category and there's a tendency to relax when the impacts never changed the storm surge. Forecast never changed. The rainfall forecasts never changed none of that change but the category served a good in hurricane. Michael where we were coming up. The categories of people like whoa. This is the wrong direction. I better pay attention so it becomes really really complicated and and was storm surge. It's it's the size and the speed. It's not even the category that that's the main factor in the storm surge tonight there's so many examples of you can have a category four or five storm small but it's fast that produce less storm surge than a giant category one That's moving slow. You get more storm surge pilot bigger area so it's incredibly complicated. What we've done so far as we've just tried to separate those impacts we have a storm surge washington warning we focus so much on storm surge half the fatalities historically have storm surge. I think we're making a dent by the way you have search products right. We're making a dent. I you look back. I have a little stat here. That i think you'll find interesting since twenty seventeen. I'm reading it. 'cause i don't want mess it up. Fourteen hurricane landfalls six were major. This is the united states. The busy it's crazy. Busy says twenty seventeen We've had a lot of fatalities but in the end Very few were storm surge. And and if you think about it and there's been more with carbon monoxide poisoning that actually storm surge. I think we're making a debt but we don't want it is still the biggest threat but i think we're making a dent in that. So are there better ways. We're working on it and we're hopeful. I reach articles. I listened to all the input. I see out there. There's plenty.
Henri hurls rain as storm settles atop swamped Northeast
"And we hit the northeast Sunday as a tropical storm and plans to stick around at least for another day as a tropical depression and continued drenching the area Henri made landfall Sunday afternoon in Rhode Island while sparing the Hamptons the worst of the brunt of the storm that flooded basements and roads in southern New England some people were stranded in their cars bridges were shut down so we're ferries over a hundred and forty thousand homes lost power national hurricane center senior specialist Daniel brown says when people think of tropical storms they often think of wind but rain is also a big hazard to continue Kerr number twenty four hours or so and in fact are going to call the really means not letting it doesn't often get hit by tropical systems he says expect even more flooding within the twelve inches are actually possible early in southern New York Julie Walker at New York
Thousands Without Power as Tropical Storm Henri Makes Landfall in Rhode Island
"You. You're welcome. The other emergency president Biden addressed was tropical Storm angry. It made landfall earlier today in Rhode Island very close to the Connecticut border. The storm is making its way through Connecticut, and while it has caused flooding and left thousands without power It appears to be going better than anticipated. Connecticut Public Radio's Frankie Graziano follow the storm along the Connecticut shoreline today, and he is with us now. Welcome. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me. So what's been Andris impact there? So I would have to say that more than anything on Reed's been a bit of a nuisance in Connecticut, and the fact that there has been some flooding a major highway and interstate 91 in Connecticut near the Connecticut River was shut down for flooding. And some homes in eastern Connecticut have dealt with power outages, but in the aggregate, I would say in the last few days Ever source who was a major power company here said that they expected up to 69% of their customers could lose power. The actual numbers in the last hour that I've looked only around 2%. So certainly some good news there and that maybe the storm wasn't as bad as something and expected it to be. Well. That's good news. So the National Hurricane Center called for strong, gusty winds and flooding ahead of the storm. How are the roads looking now in Connecticut? Yeah, So right now, there's actually a soft rain falling in Hartford, the capital. So as I was down in southeast Connecticut on the shoreline, uh, earlier today in the afternoon, it was actually sunny and the roads were dry so Now as it's moving through Connecticut. As I mentioned, there's a soft rain. It's moving into northwest Connecticut as we speak. But earlier today again, there was a lot of concern for flooding and the roads which have been saturated by a lot of rain this summer. We're right for flooding. It just didn't appear that There was the kind of widespread flooding that they were expecting, obviously not the widespread power outages that they were
Henri Develops Into Hurricane as It Barrels Toward Northeast
"Re is forecast to make landfall around New York's Long Island tonight or tomorrow. But before that, National Hurricane Center director Ken Graham says dangerous storm surge in hurricane conditions are expected in parts of the Northeast US beginning late tonight. Any one of these areas you just have to be ready. And get the winds. You've got the saturated soil. That means you can topple some trees. Big time power outages got to be ready for that, and those trees blocking some of the roads treacherous travel associated with this storm already is on track to be New England's first direct hurricane in three decades.
Florida City Declares Water Shortage Linked to COVID-19 Surge
"Water as liquid oxygen is used as a water purifier. The Orlando Utilities Commission says it uses liquid oxygen is a disinfectant and also to remove hydrogen sulfide, which is not harmful bit causes a rotten egg smell. The utility says it's within about a week of running out of liquid oxygen and is asking customers to avoid activities like watering their yards and washing their cars for several weeks. You see, says Reclaimed water is not affected. Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer says the city will turn off water features at its parks. He acknowledges the dramatic nature of the request, but says the action is needed. You see as the state's second largest municipal utility, serving some 250,000 customers in central Florida for NPR news. I'm Amy Green in Orlando to England, preparing for the first direct hurricane landfall in 30 years. The National Hurricane Center's Andy Lado says Tropical Storm on re will likely gain hurricane status
Hurricane Henri Aims for New England
"Preparing for the first direct hurricane landfall in thirty years national hurricane. Center's andy flato says tropical storm on re will likely gain hurricane status later today going to be moving north northeast throughout today and approaching the new england area or long island Bri by sunday afternoon hurricane watches warnings of imposed for long island as well as connecticut massachusetts. Hurricane grace meanwhile has made a second landfall in mexico as a major category three
Henri Strengthens to Hurricane as It Bears Down on Northeast
"Andrea is expected to be a hurricane when it hits the Northeast this weekend. It currently has 70 mile an hour winds, but the National Hurricane Center says Andrea is expected to strengthen over the next 24 hours. Hurricane warnings are up for Long Island and the coast of Connecticut. The
New England preps for 1st hurricane in 30 years with Henri
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting you England readies for its first hurricane in thirty years national hurricane center director Ken Graham says by Sunday tropical storm Henri will be hurricane pretty close to the a Rhode Island Connecticut up in Massachusetts and New Englanders are prepping for the storm could knock out power for somewhere between a hundred thousand three hundred thousand residents Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker has up to one thousand National Guard troops on standby they'll be ready to assist with high water rescue to be to re clearing and public safety support National Weather Service says Henri might make landfall first in eastern Long Island the hurricane watch stretches from the south shore of Long Island to Massachusetts Thursday was the thirtieth anniversary of hurricane Bob coming ashore in Rhode island as a category two storm that left at least seventeen people dead and caused more than one point five billion dollars in damage hi Mike Rossio
"national hurricane center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"News and the New York conversation. Thank you. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Forecasters say Tropical Storm Elsa will likely be close to hurricane strength when it makes landfall along the west coast of Florida. John Cangelosi is at the National Hurricane Center near Miami. Looks like it's going to be paralleling the West Coast of Florida today and expected to make landfall either late tonight or during their morning hours on Wednesday, Somewhere in that big Bend area of Florida seems to be the best bet the north of the Tampa Bay area at the moment else's top sustained winds are 60 MPH. The storm is moving to the north northwest at 12 MPH. Hurricane watches posted for the West Central and being Ben Coast of Florida. Tampa Bay is among the areas under a storm surge warning. A dozen counties in Florida are under a state of emergency. Our concerns about potential flooding with 3 to 8 inches of rain expected over a wide area. Search efforts are continuing in South Florida, 12 days after a high rise condo building near Miami Beach partially collapsed. At least 28 bodies have been recovered from the rubble. Another 117 people are still listed as missing. Stormy weather has been slowing efforts at the site and Surfside criminal and civil investigations are underway. Russian news agencies are reporting no survivors in the crash of a domestic flight with 28 people.
"national hurricane center" Discussed on KTRH
"National Hurricane Center expects some impact on Florida by late Monday. It's most likely going to be a tropical storm for Florida. But you know, a hurricane, of course, is an out of the question. So at this stage for those in Florida just continue to monitor Too soon to talk specifics. Elsa appears a little less organized this morning Volunteers and veterans with American Legion Post 1 64 in Katie have set up a fireworks stand, hoping to raise some money to buy a sign for their new American Legion building. If you want to stop by to help out, the stand is open from nine until one a.m. today and tomorrow 505 South Fry Road in Katie. 10% of the proceeds from the sales will go to funding the new sign. KTRH News time 803 If last year's Covid lockdowns proved anything Americans should leave Fourth of July fireworks to the professionals, especially when alcohol and drugs are involved of the 18 deaths that we saw last year involved someone who had used alcohol or drugs prior to lighting their firework Patty Davis with the Consumer Product Safety Commission. Says 15,000 Americans were wounded by fireworks last year. Burns were the number one injury. The roads and the skies are packed this weekend is holiday travel bounces back from the pandemic. Triple A's Josh's Uber says There is a huge jump in air travel this year for leisure travel. We're looking at more than 300,000 Texans traveling that's up 177% from last year had just down 3% from 2019 overall 3.7 million Texans. Traveling more than 50 miles from home this weekend. That's nearly 50% increase from last year, even slightly more than in 2019 animal shelters across the US are bracing for what is often a busy week, the days after the fourth of July are tough on animal shelters, which may get packed with pets freaked out by the Santa fireworks. They often run away from home, hoping to escape the noise and wind up in places like the Santa Fe Animal Shelter in New Mexico spokesman Me Iraq Kurd are June was overwhelming to us and as we go into the Fourth of July weekend, which is also one of the busiest weekends for stray animals because of the fireworks, we are right now at Overcapacity. Plenty of animal advocates say this coming week would be a great one to volunteer some of your time at a local shelter till NATO fox News. That's a great idea. News on demand at ktrh dot com. We're going to have another updated 8 30. I'm Nikki Courtney on Houston's news, weather and traffic station. NewsRadio, 7 40 ktrh. So one of the things that doesn't take the weekends off on holiday weekends, either. Besides Randy Lemon and Garden Line is The bugs? Yeah, when you need bug control, you need insight Control. You need the one and only McGrath pest control. They take care everything from termites to anse to spiders. They have a rodent control. They do it all. And but they're not like these other pest control companies that try to figure out a way to come to you on a monthly basis. You know that's their business model. Let's get into their wallet deeper and deeper and deeper. Yeah, he'll do one time pest control for you. He'll get you on a quarterly basis. That's kind of me when I use McGrath, Pest control. It's just on a quarterly basis..
"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 WTOP
"The National Hurricane Center says the storm could become a catastrophic Category four hurricane By tomorrow. The federal government is outlined a sweeping plan to make Corona virus vaccines available at no cost to all Americans. Even his polls show a strong undercurrent of skepticism among Americans. In a report to Congress, federal health agencies and the Defense Department sketch down complex plans for a vaccine campaign to begin gradually in January. Or possibly later this year, eventually ramping up to reach any American who wants a shot to effectively approve to effectively protect the nation from Corona virus. Experts have said that upwards of 70% of Americans must either be vaccinated or have their own immunity from fighting off covert 19. You can read Maura about the government's plan. It w t o p dot com House Republicans and Democrats have joined together to post vote to propose rather a $1.5 trillion relief package related to the pandemic to try to jump start legislative talks. We'll hear more on that from the GOP's ventral Miller today on the hill. The legislation comes from dozens of lawmakers from both parties who are members of the problem solvers Caucus Virginia Democrat Abigail Span, Berger says it's become clear. A $3 trillion package passed earlier this year by House Democrats isn't the solution. What the House put forth months ago. Isn't moving forward didn't get us a deal. Now The next step is what comes next. New York Republican John Cat Co. Hopes it can help break the current stalemate. Maybe this is a catalyst where the middle An individual's willing tto compromise could get things done again in this country, but congressional leaders are not getting behind the legislation. The House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, has indicated lawmakers may stay in session longer as they try to agree on a new proposal on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T. O P News looks like the big 10 is going to give full football a shot after all, less than five weeks after pushing football, another fall sports to the spring in the name of player safety during this pandemic. Conference, apparently changing course. Today it plans to begin the season October 23rd and the weekend of the 23rd and 24th. Each team will have an eight game schedule. Big 10 will begin daily testing of athletes, coaches and staff late this month. Mork coming up with Dave Johnson on this breaking sports story at 10 45 up ahead. One Western state asking for more help is residents become frustrated. Bobby. Ongoing wildfires. 10 35 University of.
"national hurricane center" Discussed on KTRH
"Then as you go into the next town, which is in Louisiana. That southwest Louisiana, that area looks to be about where the storm is going to hit somewhere. Probably just after midnight tonight. There will be updating those models and we'll have more information. A CZ as the evening wears on before we get to the convention, which is going to occupy most of our time today. I just want to tell our local folks whether they be Houston Beaumont Baton Rouge. Uh, we have a lot of listeners that are kind of in the area of uncertainty that are very likely to be in harm's way. If you stayed back if you didn't you've got family and friends who did. My mom and dad evacuated. But my brother Chris Barrie, who was a police officer, there is working started this evening at five o'clock, and he'll work toe five in the morning. So please keep him and everyone in that area in your prayers because It was a reference earlier today by the National Hurricane Center, which was horrifying to me that this was an unsurvivable storm surge. I'm not. I'm not one for gloom and doom. But that That phrase from Typically stated agency of the National Hurricane Center made me very uncomfortable that said This was from earlier this late morning, they said Unsurvivable Storm surge with large and destructive waves. Will cause catastrophic damage from C. Rim State Park, Texas to Intercoastal City. Louisiana, including Calcasieu and Sabine Legs,.
"national hurricane center" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Out. It is not a good idea, and it was not a good idea. I'm glad that the school stepped in and let them know that they wouldn't be tolerating that other with Eastern campus Mike Macklin w. B C Boston's whose radio a strong storm damage vacation cottages on New Hampshire's lake when Oppa sake yesterday, the system brought fierce winds and heavy rain and created a water spout that was spotted over the lake. W. M ur TV reports that at Clearwater Lodges and Wolfeboro, two cottages were destroyed and others were damaged when trees fell in the storm. No injuries were reported, and to strengthening storms taking aim at the U. S. Coast CBS News Brief the northern Gulf Coast is bracing for two tropical storms. Laura and Marco, CBS meteorologist David Parkinson explain because Marco was not that big of a storm because it didn't suck up a lot of the heat energy and because it's not leaving a trail, necessarily behind it that would destroy the hurricane. As a result, Laura will be able to strengthen into the category two. Maybe even three range. I'm Lisa. Leo. And now the National Hurricane Center says Storm Marco has become a Category one hurricane in California. Meanwhile, the deadly wildfires rage on more than a million acres of land have now been burned as thousands are under evacuation orders. Jesse Sherman is fleeing with his wife and young daughter were just hoping we could get through the next three days and be okay. Come out, okay on the other side are mean concern is for them and their safety and to get out of their way so that they could do their job and army Of 13,000. Firefighters continue battling the flames..
"national hurricane center" Discussed on WTOP
"Beyer says he'll proposed legislation to remove Lee's name. Descendants of those enslaved in Arlington House are also lobbying for the change. Well. Changes are being made to a wind farm project off the coast of Ocean City. When Maryland's Public Service Commission approved the plan to build offshore wind turbines. It acknowledged that the projects would take years and that the turbine design could change. That was in 2017. Now, the contractor says the turbines will be 200 ft. Taller at 800 ft. Tall, But it also means that they won't need as many industries moving toward larger turbines because they could reach stronger winds higher off the ground and produce more energy. It's the same for another wind farm plan for due east of Ocean City. That one has gone from 60, plus turbines to 32. Jones Jones w T o P News Tropical Storm Laura has formed in the eastern Caribbean. Forecasters say it does pose a potential hurricane threat to Florida's Gulf Coast. The National Hurricane Center describes Laura as a disorganized storm with an uncertain future, It might degenerate or it might blow up into a major hurricane that could hit Florida by Monday or Tuesday and then the Gulf Coast. The second storm also may hit the U. S after running into Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. Well, coming up next in money News with Jasdaq works on another record housing market record. I'm Jeff Global, 12 54. T Mobile and Sprint have merged, so get ready to see T Mobile with thousands of new locations across the country, and for a limited time you can switch your family to T Mobile and get four lines for $25 a line with five g access included. That's right. Unlimited and nationwide. Five G's for the whole family for just $25 a line with auto T Mobile has morphology coverage than the other guys combined with five g available in all 50 states, so don't wait unlimited. A nationwide five g access for the whole family. Just $25 a line is a deal that won't last long. Is it A T mobile store? We're going t mobile dot com today, plus taxes and fees. Customers may notice lower.
"national hurricane center" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Crash now clear still stop ago Traffic from 5 95 in my mind a dolphin waistband in Northwest 12th Avenue Construction is blocking the left lane. That's traffic news Radio 6 10 W. 00 D Makes us any clouds for the remainder of the day still could see an increased chance of rain activity. The closer he gets through the weekend because we're tracking the tropics right now 91 in Fort Lauderdale with a little passing shower and also spotty rain showers near Sweetwater. It's 89 degrees at 11 31. A weather system heading in the direction of Puerto Rico is not quite organized just yet, Florida Weather Center meteorologist Dave Samuel says. That makes it hard to forecast, but it looks like it will not impact the Sunshine State at least for a few more days. It doesn't look like you know, it's something that will show up, you know, Friday or anything like that, So I think we're pretty good with the time and got Saturday night into Sunday. It's just you know what kind of system do we have on our hands really tough to say, until we get that center of circulation to develop? National Hurricane Center says the system, which could become tropical storm yes, later today could strengthen possibly as a tropical storm as it approaches Florida once it gets through Hispaniola, or it could become a low grade hurricane. But after setting a daily record with 186 Corona virus related deaths are state again, setting a daily record with 216 fatalities. With more than 9400 New Covad 19 cases. Lord also has surpassed the 450,000 infection mark. Another 582 Floridians with the virus were hospitalized in the last 24 hours, second only to the day before his 585 among the largest one day increases on record. Take a look.
"national hurricane center" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Point five W. DPO this is news ninety six point five W. B. B. O. live team coverage of breaking news weather and traffic starts now I want to do is ninety six point five W. D. BO let's get right to our top story getting a better look at the destruction from last night's severe weather this truck neighborhood just east of downtown Orlando because the roof damage trees and tree limbs downed power lines trees fell from the storm just east of downtown the spammers and gore street we're just about to get out of the car in the wind starts blowing like crazy and we're saying while we're in the tornado so we stayed in the car because you know we're we're in the middle of it by then we're told six units of the lake Davis apartments had to be evacuated because of trees falling on the building Duke energy reports power out to around a hundred customers in Orange County this hour coming up until we see more severe weather today will check next ninety six point five W. DPO where Orlando **** first for breaking news gray and soggy across central Florida as we head through our Sunday seventy percent chance for scattered showers this afternoon from channel nine Eyewitness News of urologist dissenter creamy and equality of some light rain on news ninety six point five W. DPO interactive weather radar to eighty two right now in Orlando the Clark Howard our consumer warrior begins in just a couple of minutes national hurricane center says tropical storm Chris ball continues to send lots of moisture toward Florida as it moves closer to landfall later today near the New Orleans area what about a return of severe weather like we had last night here's meteorologist Cassander Caribbean severe weather center nine the severe threats gonna start to pull a little bit away from us not gone completely so with that I think our chance for isolated tornado is going to be lower but I don't think it's going to be gone completely but I do think we're gonna be watching for some heavy pockets of rain fall today forecasters say we could get up to two inches of rain an hour in some of those storms help flood watch is in effect for orange Osceola and Seminole counties more demonstrations are expected in Orlando today following the death of Georgia Floyd OPD estimates Saturday's crowd grew to around ten thousand persons please say no or arrests were made we're learning the eight PM curfew for downtown Orlando will be lifted today a county wide a ten PM curfew will still be in place it's eleven oh four it was ninety six point five W. D. B. L. did you know eighty percent of all set for over ten years old let DC water features update yours DC water features is a problem Hey were pulled from the water features dot com let us show you.
"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 Newsradio 700 WLW
"Is a tropical disturbance in the central Atlantic this when bear's walk gene into a tropical depression in the week ahead of the area of disturbed weather is kind of midway between the COBOL Verde islands in the Lesser Antilles gradual development is possible tropical depression may form later this week as it tracks west northwest. the national hurricane center is giving this a high chance of development in the next five days the odds have increased in the latest outlooks too early to determine if it's a depression or storm it's still very unorganized right now yeah will it bring in packs are away. and this is far too soon to determine if it becomes a threat to the mainland. but elsewhere in the Atlantic basin were also monitoring the home they're told off the southeast coast it could that could threaten Bermuda. as our hurricane large area of showers and thunderstorms also in the Gulf of Mexico that's being monitored touched on that last hour for possible development yeah that has a low chance of developing because it's going to become a shore yet later Monday or Tuesday. well there are signs in background environment over the Atlantic basin that may be waking up again. after Dorian's rampage according to the weather company. others say one love contributor to this atmospheric disturbance called the Calvin wave a wave that propagates eastward along the equator and it's often a precursor to tropical cyclone birth by a day or two. yeah the next Kelvin wave is predicted to pass through the tropical Atlantic. yeah between now and September the twenty fifth. so in the coming days as a matter of fact. all these technicalities when it comes to weather forecasting but I get back to the.
"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 KUGN 590 AM
"The national hurricane center predicts hurricane Dorian now I kept to storm will continue to strengthen before it makes landfall somewhere between the Florida Keys and southern Georgia Labor Day urologist Derek Van Dam is tracking the stray our worst fears are coming I terror fruition here because the storm is quickly intensified we know its category two hundred sixty five kilometers per hour winds at the center of the circulation and the forecast path shows future intensification there's literally nothing but warm ocean bathwater's to help fuel this storm and what I'm particularly concerned about is the forward to progression slowing down immensely as we get out towards Sunday into Monday and that is only going to prolong the potential threat of strong winds damaging winds as well as extremely heavy rainfall causing a flash flood event here president trump's personal assistant ma'am when western help resigned suddenly Thursday sept president learned she shared details about his family and over office operations with reporters at a recent off the record meeting well how about my governor Kay Ivey is apologizing for appearing in black face decades ago governor IV issue the apology after nineteen sixty seven radio interview surfaced in which her now ex husband describes her actions at Auburn University where she was vice president of the student government association your available policies Asian something from fifty two years ago Arafat and deeply regrettable the Alabama and double ACP issued a statement calling for Ivies resignation saying her apology quote does not a race the fact that you participated in these activities that mocked and intimidated African Americans I'm bill Michael no extra back back at work taping a new season of jeopardy excesses came of therapy treatments role for any is on the mend five months after being diagnosed with stage four pancreatic cancer a million Francis individuals and businesses with tax problems listen carefully if you owe over ten thousand dollars in back taxes or have on file tax returns U. S. tax shield can help you take back control the IRS concedes your bank accounts.
"national hurricane center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"So we all know Florida use notorious for hurricanes but according to the weather channel interesting though the northern half of Florida's east coast where Dorian could arrive this weekend his head surprisingly few destructive landfalls national hurricane center is now projecting yeah Dorian could make landfall around Monday morning all along that he central coast as a category three using the nobles historical hurricane tracks database going back to eighteen fifty one there is no record of any hurricane having made landfall as a category three four or five strength on Florida's Atlantic coast from fort Pierce north to the Georgia border the northern most major land fall on the east coast of Florida was Kane Jean back in two thousand four that was a category three near Stuart Florida yes further north the strongest Florida east coast landfalling hurricane in modern times was Dora which came ashore in nineteen sixty four near Saint Augustine that was a top in category two storm though nineteen seventy nine that David moved along side a large section of the east central coast while at a category two strength you have the strongest part of David was it's off shore the right hand side though Matthew also hugged the coast couple years ago in twenty sixteen they're moving northward does centered about thirty or forty miles off shore Matthew weakened from category three strength east of vero beach to category two east of Jacksonville so interesting not not a lot of direct hits in the northern Florida that could change this week Kim all right and welcome back.
"national hurricane center" Discussed on 600 WREC
"The Gulf of Mexico the national hurricane center predicts very this is fox news Kevin Jackson American is a radio talk show host is an authority said of the blacks and it's always.