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"national weather association" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:52 min | 9 months ago

"national weather association" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Finding is the rain. There is nothing like Tonight when the lightning just lights up the sky from horizon to horizon and the rains, porn and the aroma of wet, creosote unjust. Sit down and just enjoy it. It's fun to watch that thermometer dropped for sure. What's the word you're hearing from around the state? I've heard from friends and you have a pike County say they've got a couple good range. Two sons had a couple good rains. I think Castle Grande got Sprinkle on Once I said fight staff was getting it. It would were they good Yesterday they finally Christopher Creek finally got they got 5600 yesterday. I think is the first decent rain they've had right there, but he bird had had two or three good, so I think it's been It just it just haven't had that statewide. Occurence yet, but it's been here and there. There's been some Roman. You were talking about lightning. I was on a weather station website earlier looking at those Shots that they took of the sun. Did you see that? Some satellite is halfway between us and the sun right now. And the images were absolutely incredible. But in that article The National Weather Association just recently certified the longest lightning bolt strike ever. How long do you think the longest bolt of lightning? 122 miles, Okay, all right. It was 400 miles long, Holy cow, and it was in South America. And it was like, six years ago. But they just now verified that. Yes, it was one bowl. I don't know how what they're doing now they're doing But one lightning bolt for 100 miles long. So does that change the way we count like 11 year or You know that waiting till the last minute to get off the lake with that? Oh boy Fishing pole in your hand. It's already too late and that I had to re read the article. Couple times, man. Was this a misprint? Well, how do you research a lightning bolt Six years old? I don't know. It's got to be satellite images, You know, radar, satellite images or something. But it was certified well when the rains government program is paying for hopefully the South American But anyway, um, when they do come What can we do ahead of time just to make sure our lands keeping their.

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"national weather association" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"national weather association" Discussed on AP News

"A lot of different things but at the same time we have to protect our second amendment very strongly the British government's formerly suspended parliament sending lawmakers home for five weeks despite the brexit crisis lawmakers have rejected the government's plans for leaving the European Union rescued all four of the south Korean crew members who were trapped on a ship off the Georgia coast line they have been freed by the Coast Guard Utah's among the states launching an anti trust probe against Google Attorney General Sean Reyes this is not anti tech to the opposite this is actually for the benefit of the techie co system to help level the playing field California's governor signing legislation cracking down on doctors who provide exemptions for vaccines this is a P. radio news. the head of the national weather association is defending the Alabama forecasters who contradicted president trump's claim that hurricane Dorian posed a threat to Alabama you make forecasts we don't deal with politics I mean our our job is to protect the American public with the weather information we we pass around so of course it's frustrating when things get politicized when we're we're the scientists and the communicators that are delivering the message for weather safety that's Paul Slatter a group of business leaders politicians and leaders in the science world are calling for a massive investment in adapting to climate change over the next decade they say would reap significant returns as countries avoid catastrophic losses and boost their economies the global commission includes prominent figures like Microsoft founder Bill Gates and former U. N. chief bond.

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"national weather association" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"national weather association" Discussed on AP News

"Things but at the same time we have to protect our second amendment very strongly the British government's formerly suspended parliament sending lawmakers home for five weeks despite the brexit crisis lawmakers have rejected the government's plans for leaving the European Union rescued all four of the south Korean crew members who were trapped on a ship off the Georgia coast line they have been freed by the Coast Guard Utah's among the states launching an anti trust probe against Google Attorney General Sean Reyes this is not anti tech to the opposite this is actually for the benefit of the tech ecosystem to help level the playing field California's governor signing legislation cracking down on doctors who provide exemptions for vaccines this is a P. radio news. the head of the national weather association is defending the Alabama forecasters who contradicted president trump's claim that hurricane Dorian posed a threat to Alabama you make forecasts we don't deal with politics I mean our our job is to protect the American public with the weather information we we pass around so of course it's frustrating when things get politicized when we're we're the scientists and the communicators that are delivering the message for weather safety that's Paul Slatter a group of business leaders politicians and leaders in the science world are calling for a massive investment in adapting to climate change over the next decade they say would reap significant returns as countries avoid catastrophic losses and boost their economies the global commission includes prominent figures like Microsoft founder Bill Gates and former U. N. chief bond ki moon.

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"national weather association" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"national weather association" Discussed on AP News

"Lot of different things but at the same time we have to protect our second amendment very strongly the British government's formerly suspended parliament sending lawmakers home for five weeks despite the brexit crisis lawmakers have rejected the government's plans for leaving the European Union rescued all four of the south Korean crew members who were trapped on a ship off the Georgia coast line they have been freed by the Coast Guard Utah's among the states launching an anti trust probe against Google Attorney General Sean Reyes this is not anti tech to the opposite this is actually for the benefit of the tech ecosystem to help level the playing field California's governor signing legislation cracking down on doctors who provide exemptions for vaccines this is a P. radio news. the head of the national weather association is defending the Alabama forecasters who contradicted president trump's claim that hurricane Dorian posed a threat to Alabama you make forecasts we don't deal with politics I mean our our job is to protect the American public with the weather information we we pass around so of course it's frustrating when things get politicized when we're we're the scientists and the communicators that are delivering the message for weather safety that's Paul Slatter a group of business leaders politicians and leaders in the science world are calling for a massive investment in adapting to climate change over the next decade they say would reap significant returns as countries avoid catastrophic losses and boost their economies the global commission includes prominent figures like Microsoft founder Bill Gates and former U. N. chief bond ki moon.

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"national weather association" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"national weather association" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Gonna be done is we're not gonna be staying roller by some Taliban campaign to try to claim a false victory here that's not going to happen I thank you soul of an NPR news Bagram airfield Afghanistan the national weather association is meeting in Huntsville Alabama this week a major topic is hurricane Dorian and president trump's insistence that Alabama was in danger the Birmingham weather office promptly corrected that assertion then last week the national oceanic and atmospheric administration said the Birmingham office shouldn't have done that Paul's letter is president of the national weather association he says no what was wrong it felt like it was coming against operational meteorology that what we do to make the forecast we message what those impacts are going to be to the best of our abilities in a way that decision makers can make decisions and I felt like that was was being questioned when the office in Birmingham was just trying to relay that there wasn't any real threat to the citizens of Alabama slaughter says meteorologist make forecasts they don't deal with politics fifty attorneys general across the U. S. or investigating Google for allegedly stifling competition NPR's Artesia honey reports the issue on the table is not anti conservative bias but. anti competitive behavior for one Google dominates search it has the power to put you on page one or one hundred over in Europe regulators have said Google has abuse that power the tech giant along with Facebook also effectively controls the mobile advertising market so whether you're a hair stylist a hospital or a fortune five hundred company you have to abide by the terms and prices set by two companies if you want to show up in a meaningful way on the internet last week Google disclosed that in addition to state level government action the justice department has asked the company to hand over documents and AG's led by.

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"national weather association" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"national weather association" Discussed on AP News

"A lot of different things but at the same time we have to protect our second amendment very strongly the British government's formerly suspended parliament sending lawmakers home for five weeks despite the brexit crisis lawmakers have rejected the government's plans for leaving the European Union rescued all four of the south Korean crew members who were trapped on a ship off the Georgia coast line they have been freed by the Coast Guard Utah's among the states launching an anti trust probe against Google Attorney General Sean Reyes this is not anti tech to the opposite this is actually for the benefit of the techie co system to help level the playing field California's governor signing legislation cracking down on doctors who provide exemptions for vaccines this is a P. radio news. the head of the national weather association is defending the Alabama forecasters who contradicted president trump's claim that hurricane Dorian posed a threat to Alabama you make forecasts we don't deal with politics I mean our our job is to protect the American public with the weather information we we pass around so of course it's frustrating when things get politicized when we're we're the scientists and the communicators that are delivering the message for weather safety that's Paul Slatter a group of business leaders politicians and leaders in the science world are calling for a massive investment in adapting to climate change over the next decade they say it would reap significant returns as countries avoid catastrophic losses and boost their economies the global commission includes prominent figures like Microsoft founder Bill Gates and former U. N. chief bond ki moon I Jackie Quinn AP radio news. more news right after this..

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"national weather association" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"national weather association" Discussed on AP News

"In Tuesday's special election he says Democrats have it all wrong in the state and in the countryside tax high crime open borders late term abortion and socialism the socialists. the Republican Party is the party of the American worker the American family and the American dream earlier trump told reporters he was the one who flee and talks with the Taliban and he's the one who canceled. far as I'm concerned they're dead before leaving the White House for North Carolina the president told reporters it was his decision to first invite the Taliban to meet secretly with him at camp David and his decisions to call off that meeting and end the peace talks with the group in terms of advisors I take my own advice trump says he shut down the nearly year long negotiations after Taliban car bombing late Thursday killed a US service member and eleven other people to McGuire Washington president trump was asked about gun control and what he pushed Congress for new legislation in the wake of recent mass shooting we are talking about a lot of different things but at the same time we have to protect our second amendment very strongly the British government's formerly suspended parliament sending lawmakers home for five weeks despite the brexit crisis lawmakers have rejected the government's plans for leaving the European Union rescued all four of the south Korean crew members who were trapped on a ship off the Georgia coast line they have been freed by the Coast Guard Utah's among the states launching an anti trust probe against Google Attorney General Sean Reyes this is not anti tech to the opposite this is actually for the benefit of the techie co system to help level the playing field California's governor signing legislation cracking down on doctors who provide exemptions for vaccines this is a P. radio news. the head of the national weather association is defending the Alabama forecasters who contradicted president trump's claim that hurricane Dorian posed a threat to Alabama you make forecasts we don't deal with politics I mean our our job is to protect the American public with the weather information we we pass around so of course it's frustrating when things get politicized when we're we're the scientists and the communicators that are delivering the message for weather safety that's Paul Slatter a group of business leaders politicians and leaders in the science world are calling for a massive investment in adapting to climate change over the next decade they say would reap significant returns as countries avoid catastrophic losses and boost their economies the global commission includes prominent figures like Microsoft founder Bill Gates and former U. N. chief bond ki moon I Jackie Quinn AP radio news. thank you for farmers.

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"national weather association" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"national weather association" Discussed on AP News

"Things but at the same time we have to protect our second amendment very strong with the British government's formerly suspended parliament sending lawmakers home for five weeks despite the brexit crisis lawmakers have rejected the government's plans for leaving the European Union rescued all four of the south Korean crew members who were trapped on a ship off the Georgia coast line they have been freed by the Coast Guard Utah's among the states launching an anti trust probe against Google Attorney General Sean Reyes this is not anti tech to the opposite this is actually for the benefit of the techie because system to help level the playing field California's governor signing legislation cracking down on doctors who provide exemptions for vaccines this is a P. radio news. the head of the national weather association is defending the Alabama forecasters who contradicted president trump's claim that hurricane Dorian posed a threat to Alabama you make forecasts we don't deal with politics I mean our our job is to protect the American public with the weather information we we pass around so of course it's frustrating when things get politicized when we're we're the scientists and the communicators that are delivering the message for weather safety that's Paul Slatter a group of business leaders politicians and leaders in the science world are calling for a massive investment in adapting to climate change over the next decade they say it would reap significant returns as countries avoid catastrophic losses and boost their economies the global commission includes prominent figures like Microsoft founder Bill Gates and former U. N..

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"national weather association" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"national weather association" Discussed on AP News

"Head of the national weather association is defending the Alabama forecasters who contradicted president trump's claim that hurricane Dorian posed a threat to Alabama you make forecasts we don't deal with politics I mean our our job is to protect the American public with the weather information we we pass around so of course it's frustrating when things get politicized when we're we're the scientists and the communicators that are delivering the message for weather safety that's. thank you for farmers insurance knows that when you're in the car and that song comes. no not that one. well yes that's the one. you have no choice but to pull out your imaginary drumsticks and smash those symbols and stop on that kick pedal. unfortunately is also known as the accelerator pedal and we covered it at farmers we know a thing or two because we've seen a thing or two click for more we are partners. hundred my for Mr for insurance exchanges and affiliates products available in every state journal news network this summer travel season was action packed according to the TSA it says the nine busiest days in its history occurred this summer as travelers jammed airports the agency screened at two hundred sixty two million people and one hundred sixty four million checked bags from just before Memorial Day until the day after Labor Day of the nine hectic days the peak was July seventh when TSA screen nearly two point eight million airline passengers and crew members the TSA says it hired enough screeners although it didn't give numbers and worked with airlines to anticipate where screeners would be needed getting employees to stick around has been a bit of a struggle for the agency about one fifth of screeners leave every year the agency has countered with retention bonuses fans got their money's worth in the men's final at the US open if he's a Christian Arnold reports it turned into a marathon ending with the long shot shot going long Rafael Nadal Andy Neal Medvedev captivated tennis fans for nearly five hours before Nadal knocked off Medvedev the captures fourth US open and nineteenth grand slam title in five sets seven five six three five seven four six six four nine dollars now one behind Roger Federer for the most majors in men's tennis history but number nineteen didn't come easy with method of putting his greatness on display battling back from trying to sets to none the twenty two year old Russian managed to take the next two sets before it all was finally able to end the match for hours and fifty minutes after it started Christian Arnold New York. Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu has lost an eleventh hour bid.

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"national weather association" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"national weather association" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Bishop in Fayetteville far less well funded candidates from the libertarian and Green parties are also on the ballot for NPR news I'm rusty Jacobs in Chapel Hill North Carolina the national weather association a gathering of media allergist is holding its annual meeting in Huntsville Alabama a major Tom because hurricane Dorian and that president trump insisted that Alabama was in danger the Birmingham weather office immediately corrected that assertion then last week the national oceanic and atmospheric administration said the Birmingham office shouldn't have done that Paul's letter is president of the national weather association he says no what was wrong he felt like he was coming against operational meteorology that what we do to make the forecast we message what those impacts are going to be to the best of our abilities in a way that decision makers can make decisions and I felt like that was was being questioned when the office in Birmingham was just trying to relay that there wasn't any real threat to the citizens of Alabama Slattery says meteorologist make forecasts they don't deal with politics Coast Guard workers rescued four crew members from a capsized cargo ship off Georgia Monday all four were described as alert and in relatively good condition the ship had rolled onto its side and caught fire Sunday morning twenty crew members were rescued South Korea says North Korea has fired more projectiles into waters off its east coast Jason's brother reports south Korea's joint chiefs of staff say the north's military fired two unidentified projectiles as part of another apparent weapons test so called an emergency meeting following the early morning launch there have been several rounds of such test firing since president trump met north Korean ruler Kim.

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"national weather association" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"national weather association" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Bishop in Fayetteville far less well funded candidates from the libertarian and Green parties are also on the ballot for NPR news I'm rusty Jacobs in Chapel Hill North Carolina the national weather association a gathering of many allergist is holding its annual meeting in Huntsville Alabama a major Tom because hurricane Dorian and that president trump insisted that Alabama was in danger the Birmingham weather office immediately corrected that assertion then last week the national oceanic and atmospheric administration said the Birmingham office shouldn't have done that Paul Schlatter is president of the national weather association he says no what was wrong he felt like he was coming against operational meteorology that what we do to make the forecast we message what those impacts are going to be to the best of our abilities in a way that decision makers can make decisions and I felt like that was was being questioned when the office in Birmingham was just trying to relay that there wasn't any real threat to the citizens of Alabama the letter says meteorologist make forecasts they don't deal with politics Coast Guard workers rescued four crew members from a capsized cargo ship off Georgia Monday all four were described as alert and in relatively good condition the ship had rolled onto its side and caught fire Sunday morning twenty crew members were rescued South Korea says North Korea has fired more projectiles into waters off its east coast Jason's brother reports south Korea's joint chiefs of staff say the north's military fired two unidentified projectiles as part of another apparent weapons test so called an emergency meeting following the early morning launch there have been several rounds of such test firing since president trump met north Korean ruler Kim.

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"national weather association" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"national weather association" Discussed on AP News

"Different things but at the same time we have to protect our second amendment very strongly the British government's formerly suspended parliament sending lawmakers home for five weeks despite the brexit crisis lawmakers have rejected the government's plans for leaving the European Union rescued all four of the south Korean crew members who were trapped on a ship off the Georgia coast line they have been freed by the Coast Guard Utah's among the states launching an anti trust probe against Google Attorney General Sean Reyes this is not anti tech to the opposite this is actually for the benefit of the techie because system to help level the playing field California's governor signing legislation cracking down on doctors who provide exemptions for vaccines this is a P. radio news. the head of the national weather association is defending the Alabama forecasters who contradicted president trump's claim that hurricane Dorian posed a threat to Alabama you make forecasts we don't deal with politics I mean our our job is to protect the American public with the weather information we we pass around so of course it's frustrating when things get politicized when we're we're the scientists and the communicators that are delivering the message for weather safety that's Paul Slatter a group of business leaders politicians and leaders in the science world are calling for a massive investment in adapting to climate change over the next decade they say would reap significant returns as countries avoid catastrophic losses and boost their economies the global commission includes prominent figures like Microsoft founder Bill Gates and former U. N. chief bond ki moon I Jackie Quinn AP radio news. I Jackie Quinn president trump has urged North Carolina voters to elect the Republican candidate for Congress in Tuesday's special.

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"national weather association" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"national weather association" Discussed on AP News

"Different things but at the same time we have to protect our second amendment very strongly the British government's formerly suspended parliament sending lawmakers home for five weeks despite the brexit crisis lawmakers have rejected the government's plans for leaving the European Union rescued all four of the south Korean crew members who were trapped on a ship off the Georgia coast line they have been freed by the Coast Guard Utah's among the states launching an anti trust probe against Google Attorney General Sean Reyes this is not anti tech to the opposite this is actually for the benefit of the techie because system to help level the playing field California's governor signing legislation cracking down on doctors who provide exemptions for vaccines this is a P. radio news. the head of the national weather association is defending the Alabama forecasters who contradicted president trump's claim that hurricane Dorian posed a threat to Alabama you make forecasts we don't deal with politics I mean our our job is to protect the American public with the weather information we we pass around so of course it's frustrating when things get politicized when we're we're the scientists and the communicators that are delivering the message for weather safety that's Paul Slatter a group of business leaders politicians and leaders in the science world are calling for a massive investment in adapting to climate change over the next decade they say would reap significant returns as countries avoid catastrophic losses and boost their economies the global commission includes prominent figures like Microsoft founder Bill Gates and former U. N. chief bond.

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"national weather association" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"national weather association" Discussed on AP News

"Different things but at the same time we have to protect our second amendment very strongly the British government's formerly suspended parliament sending lawmakers home for five weeks despite the brexit crisis lawmakers have rejected the government's plans for leaving the European Union rescued all four of the south Korean crew members who were trapped on a ship off the Georgia coast line they have been freed by the Coast Guard Utah's among the states launching an anti trust probe against Google Attorney General Sean Reyes this is not anti tech to the opposite this is actually for the benefit of the techie co system to help level the playing field California's governor signing legislation cracking down on doctors who provide exemptions for vaccines this is a P. radio news. the head of the national weather association is defending the Alabama forecasters who contradicted president trump's claim that hurricane Dorian posed a threat to Alabama you make forecasts we don't deal with politics I mean our our job is to protect the American public with the weather information we we pass around so of course it's frustrating when things get politicized when we're we're the scientists and the communicators that are delivering the message for weather safety that's Paul Slatter a group of business leaders politicians and leaders in the science world are calling for a massive investment in adapting to climate change over the next decade they say would reap significant returns as countries avoid catastrophic losses and boost their economies the global commission includes prominent figures like Microsoft founder Bill Gates and former U. N. chief bond ki moon I Jackie Quinn AP radio news. I Jackie Quinn president trump has urged North Carolina voters to elect the Republican candidate for Congress in Tuesday's special election he says.

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"national weather association" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"national weather association" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Alabama to learn about emergency preparedness and the latest radar models but attendees say the recent news has stolen some of the spotlight it's the big hot potato right now in government big elephant in the room you have the big elephant in the room that's Larry rice and miles Museo Postmedia allergists for the scientists and others at this year's meeting it's been frustrating to watch the nation's top officials debate the validity of a weather forecast Museo who's from Bakersfield California says it's all just political noise I don't even listen to it rolls right off my back all I know that the National Weather Service does a great job they're the the professionals that we all expect but the drama has sparked tension at the meeting according to Alan seals he's a meteorologist from mobile Alabama so a lot of people are offended personally professionally this morning the director of the National Weather Service applauded Birmingham forecasters for prioritizing public safety tomorrow the acting administrator of Noah is scheduled to speak many have criticized the agency for siding with trump over the organization's own scientist I've heard second and third hand that some people would do some sort of protest whether it's walking out of a session or wearing something that says something seals says ultimately he's just disappointed that there was confusion about a forecast in recent years too many things are politicize that should be gravity is gravity he is he any says whether it's based on science. during a session of the meeting on Sunday attendees practice a simulated emergency response Janice bunting is the CEO of the national weather association she says the focus is on communication and safety were working to become better forecasters that's our goal we like to be right because she says an accurate and timely weather forecasts saves lives. for NPR news I merry Scott Hodgins in Huntsville Alabama..

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"national weather association" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"national weather association" Discussed on KOMO

"National weather association today and he says his Birmingham forecasters quote did what any office would do to protect the public. tornado for a triple a traffic updates the air Jordan what's happening well right now we don't have any blocking crashes or styles but it might not feel like it we're still seeing very heavy slowing on south but I five through much of merry spell and into north average going from Arlington to ever it's taking a twenty eight minutes than ever to sell fifty three minute drive north on I five really jam from seventy second all the way to River Road if you continue to travel north better way to Seattle that's taking forty nine minutes east bound five twelve been struggling this morning and continues to do so from canyon toward pioneer north at one six seven is slowing go three seven are and have your slowing from highway eighteen to two seventy seven that back tapping the brakes from two OO eight to four oh five looking to really busy drive right now eastbound eighteen along much of tiger mountain and really not finding any relief until you've reached I ninety eight the west Seattle bridge that slow going from address I five and that's after seven crowding on Fauntleroy as you're approaching that area quite busy this morning southbound ninety nine I'll be busy from woodland park to Mercer northbound ninety nine on the brakes on the west Seattle bridge to the end of the tunnel our next como traffic at eight fourteen driving sponsored by to lay lip resort casino discover the unrivaled gaming power of one the only gaming card you need find all the details a two level of resort casino dot com. look at the weather here Seth lane of the couple forecast team going back for another unsettled pattern here on this Monday it's gonna be a whole day to with high struggling to reach the mid sixties amid some scattered showers even a few scattered thunderstorms on top of that you're in a Monday going for a wet weather tomorrow to before we dry out Wednesday and into Thursday I'm set point in the come weather center cloudy skies in downtown Seattle it's sixty right now homeowners time eight oh six thousands of people who rely on metro buses this time of the day or noticing they're taking a different route into.

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"national weather association" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"national weather association" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The building is located in patera hill which is about two and a half miles from downtown san francisco to other people remain hospitalized and golden state warriors steph curry is due to a new contract is expected to be offered a deal that will pay him more than two hundred million dollar that he and teammate kevin durant say they would seriously consider less money to keep the core of the championship warrior seem together as a concern because andrei guatemala and sean livingston are also deal for new deals warriors victory parade begins today at ten am and ends with a celebration at the south end of lake mary it now let's get the official weather forecast from the brother of our award winning staff meteorologist while the big story is the heat back the national weather service has issued an excessive heat watch for inland areas it'll be tomorrow through sunday what that means we'll see temperatures well into the nineties some areas even into the triple digits wanna stay cool well had to be coast temperature they're going to rain the thick peter 70s certified by the national weather association and the staff meteorologist meteorolgist brother on talk radio 560 ksfo of course the big story this morning would be the victory parade for the golden state warriors championship win so here's what you need to know if you're going to be one of the million plus fans that will be attending today although the parade officially kicks off at ten a m fans are already out there lining up to get a spot for the parade and they're already jammed packing bar at this time bart also as affected their scheduled this morning in switched things up a bit taking a few trains away from the pits bird bay point line and moving them into the east paid to accommodate warrior fans oakland department also said they're working with federal and state law enforcement to secure the event and in addition to the ban on alcoholic beverages and firearms there's a new rule in effect it is a noah drones zone this is to ensure that all media helicopters and law enforcement ice is safe also coming straight from law enforcement they're saying driving into downtown.

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