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"This is AP News. I'm Rita Follet. The National Weather Service is warning of some nasty in the weather Northeast. Heavy rain, excessive, says the Weather Service in the New York City area and into parts of Connecticut. It could lead to flooding. The government's preparing to shut down. Conservatives are feuding with Republican House Speaker Kevin McCarthy about how to spend the government's money. The AP's Jennifer King is in Washington. The White House is telling its workers to prepare for a shutdown, according to communications obtained by the Associated Press. The House passed bills to fund the Departments of Defense, Homeland Security, and the State Department. But House Speaker Kevin McCarthy insists he won't take up Senate legislation designed to keep the federal government running, telling reporters Thursday he still has time to get it all done. We will pass a continuing resolution, bring that rule up hopefully on Friday, that would keep government open. McCarthy's acknowledged that divisions within the GOP conference are hampering the chamber's ability to do its job. His House allies hope the threat of a shutdown could help with a push to limit federal and combat illegal immigration. So, how many people watch the Republican presidential candidates debate on Wednesday night? The second Republican presidential debate this week attracted fewer viewers than the first debate in August, with an estimated nine and a half million people tuning in. Wednesday night was the second time in a row that front -runner Trump skipped the event to have the spotlight follow him instead of his distant rivals. I'm Lisa Dwyer. You can blame mainly higher gas prices for this, this morning's report from the Commerce Department shows the prices rose 0 .4 % from July to August. That's up from just 0 .2 % the previous month. That word just in this morning from the Commerce Department. Russia appears to have avoided a full ban from next year's Paralympics in Paris. The National Paralympic Committee members voted this morning. This is AP News. Thanks for watching. See you next on AP News. Donahue's got this. If there is a government shutdown, national parks in Arizona and Utah will stay open. There are six national parks in those two states including Grand Canyon and Zion. The governors of Utah and Arizona will use state funds to keep them open. The nonprofit National Parks Conservation Association says every day of a shutdown could mean national parks collectively lose nearly one million visitors and gateway communities losing as much as 70 million dollars. The parks would operate on a basic level. Utah Governor Spencer Cox says they expect to be reimbursed similar to back pay federal employees get during a shutdown. I'm Ed Donohue. The Dow gained 116 points yesterday. The S &P was up 25. The Nasdaq gained 108 points. I'm Rita Foley, AP News. This is 8 20 a m WCPT Willow Springs and streaming worldwide at wcpt820 Um, we are Chicago's progressive talk where facts matter. Now your WCPT 8 20 weather update from the weather ology weather center. I'm meteorologist jennifer for cheat ski. We'll see skies becoming mostly sunny here for today with a high in the mid seventies, winds out of the eastern five to 10 miles per hour and then for tonight, mostly clear with a low near 59 saturday sunshine high of 81 degrees. Then by sunday, mostly sunny high around 81 monday, we'll see some sunshine a high around 80. That's your latest Chicago weather update. Currently it's 62. WCPT Willow Springs is powered by ComEd. See how ComEd is preparing our public schools for a clean energy future at ComEd .com slash public schools. This is john daniel president
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"And And Casting global co business -founder 24 headlines of coming hours Oaktree a up day right Capital. now. at Bloomberg For I'm .com Denise the Pellegrini and first and time the Bloomberg this in is Business U Bloomberg. .S. has Act. been Stay history, with removed. us. the Speaker Top of stories the House and The chamber voted 216 to 210 to boot Kevin McCarthy from job his today in a historic vote forced by Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz. Gaetz was angry McCarthy worked with Democrats to pass a short -term funding bill to keep the government open. I think 33 trillion in debt is chaos. I think that facing a 2 .2 trillion dollar annual deficit is chaos. I think that not passing single subject spending bills is chaos. An election for the new Speaker of the House is set to be held next Wednesday. Members leaving the House GOP conference meeting said a candidate forum for speaker will be held next Tuesday with the election held the following day. The judge and former President Trump's civil fraud trial in New York has issued a limited gag order. The decision came after Trump made a post on Truth Social that attacked the judge's clerk. The gag order bars all parties in the case from making social media posts or public comments about the judge's staff. A national emergency alert test will blare out across the U .S. tomorrow. According to FEMA every TV radio and cell phone will be interrupted with an emergency message at 2 20 p .m. Eastern Time. The test is scheduled to last approximately one minute. Officials say the alert is similar to that of an amber alert or warnings issued by the National Weather Service. Congress needs to act to ensure there's no disruption in U .S. aid for Ukraine. As President Biden made clear we cannot under any circumstances allow America's support for Ukraine to be interrupted. Time is not our friend. That's what National Security the U .S. National spokesman John Kirby told reporters today after funding for Ukraine was left out of the short Government funding bill. He said any lapse in support could make all the difference on the battlefield as Ukraine's war with Russia drags on. I'm Bryan Shook. A suspect is now being held without bail after being arraigned on first -degree kidnapping charges connected to the disappearance of a nine -year -old girl in New York. Natalie Migliori reports. Family friend Pat Kane calling Charlotte Cena's return home a miracle. You know it's just such a storybook ending despite the gruesomeness of what potentially could have happened. It's just so great to see wonderful family get wonderful results. She was rescued by a SWAT team Monday night after police say the alleged kidnapper Craig Ross left ransom a note in the family mailbox. Charlotte was found in good health inside a camper. She never came back from a bike grind Saturday night while on a camping trip at a skate park with her family. I'm Natalie Migliori. An surge unexpected in job openings in August signals a strong labor market. The Labor Department reported more than 9 .6 million vacancies for the month. That's a jump of nearly 700 ,000 from July despite the Federal Reserve's efforts to slow the economy. Messymania will be the of subject a new documentary. The details from Michael Kastner and all messy news. Apple TV plus announced it will stream six episodes of messy meets America the series follows soccer superstar Lionel Messi's arrival in the US to play for Inter Miami. The first three episodes will be available October 11th. You can watch the trailer on Apple TV's YouTube page. I'm Michael Kastner. A US district judge has ruled in McDonald's and Wendy's favor in a lawsuit over burger size. A New York man had sued the two fast food chains saying ads showed undercooked beef patties that made the burgers look bigger than what's sold in their restaurants. He also claimed the ads showed more toppings than what Wendy's and McDonald's actually used on the burgers they sold. I'm Chuck Dorsett. Thanks for watching.
A highlight from M.W.A.E.P.
"Hello there, Dennis Prager with Julie Hartman. Dennis and Julie. Best time of the week. That was sweet. That's true. I love it too. Isn't that something? Okay, we won't wax about our enjoyment of what we do together. It can start grating on people. And for some it has. And we know, we're aware. Well, for those of you who don't know, this has actually preoccupied me. So very recently, and I'm sure all of you, certainly in the United States, are aware of the once in 80 something years, in other words, not since 1939 was there a tropical storm in Southern California or maybe California. We don't get that. I mean, Florida gets it. The East Coast gets it. Other places. So people, namely the National Weather Service, the state of California, the county of Los Angeles, it was like COVID. Schools were shut down. Government offices were shut down. People were warned, constantly stay home unless it is an emergency. This is life -threatening. I have a picture of the notice on my phone. Well, I attended a wedding that weekend. The warnings were for Sunday night. That Sunday night, I was to attend a wedding, which I did. The groom told me, and to his great credit, he was not engaged in self -pity. He just noted 40 people. And I would say the entire number of people there was 100. So there would have been 140. 40 didn't come. Because of this hurricane. Right. So now what everybody listening and watching needs to understand is Sunday night, it rained in Southern California. That's all it did. There were no winds. Not lightning from my part of town. That's an interesting point. Right. And regularly in Southern California, there are heavier rainstorms. It was just raining. That was the entirety. Now, there were parts outside of LA County where people were knee -deep in water. That's also very common. When there's a heavy rain, there's some flooding. It's part of life. So I was thinking, oh, I was very angry at the 40 people who didn't come to their wedding. It's so sad for the bride and groom. I mean, God bless them for enjoying their day. Even if zero people show up, you're getting married. It's a sacred, beautiful thing. But that must have been difficult for them. I would be sad and upset if 40 people, a large percentage, didn't show up. I got to tell you, I would pay any one of them money, good money, to come on my show and explain why they didn't go to the wedding. Well, in fairness to some, maybe they were flying and their flights were canceled or something. But do you think it was primarily local? No, no, no. They were in LA. No, no, no. And some had already arrived a day earlier. Nobody flew in that day. And the flights were not canceled. There was no reason to cancel a flight. Nothing happened. That's true. I actually was going to visit my sister on Sunday. She lives near LAX and I was watching planes take off and land in the rain. Flights were resuming. Resuming is not even the right word. They were going on. Resuming is fine. But they were never paused. Oh yeah, that's correct. So it's not the correct word. Okay. I was trying to bail you out. I know. Thank you. I appreciate it. I know you do. They closed the schools. I know. That's absurd. Truly absurd. How many parents won't complain? Well, you said on your radio show 1%. I would agree, but I actually think a lot more would write emails if they didn't think that they or their children would be penalized for doing so. I think that a lot of parents would fear that they would be labeled as climate change deniers, complainers, not trusting of the government and its supreme wisdom and authority. These parents would be seen as being hard on teachers who may not have access to transportation to get to schools. I mean, that's honestly what I think would prevent the parent more than anything else from sending an email to the school. And that's a whole problem unto its own. Yes, that is. So my very, very dark conclusion is one I wrote about. I actually read it on my radio show. You read my book, Think a Second Time, my book of essays? Of course, yes. I've read all your books. Yeah, you did. Okay. Except Deuteronomy. Except Deuteronomy. Yeah, I haven't read that yet. So I have an essay in there. I mean, I'm very proud of this fact because I wrote this in the late 1990s, a long time ago. And I wrote an essay about an experience I had. And in a nutshell, I was to give a speech in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, which is a suburb of Philadelphia. And so I arrived the day before in New York City, stayed overnight at a hotel in Manhattan, had a rental car. All night and when I woke up, do not drive blizzard storm conditions unless it is an emergency. Do not drive. I looked out the window of my hotel room. I remember this so vividly. And it looked to me like there was about one inch of snow on the ground. So I remember thinking, because I still had not yet realized what I now realize, people are so influenced by media that it is more influential than their own experience. Yes. This is critical. This is why it's so dark. So I thought, oh, well, I guess it's in New Jersey. It's horrible. Of course, it was a stupid comment because how far is Manhattan from New Jersey? You know, one of the tunnels or the George Washington Bridge. So I left three hours early and I got there three hours early. There was no traffic. Everybody listened to the radio and TV. And that awakened me to the ease with which people can be brainwashed. You are experiencing the opposite of what we're saying and you believe us. Well, that's the comment that I made. I remember on Dennis and Julie while I was still in college. I one remember day walking in Harvard Yard and this hit me like a lightning bolt, a real one, not a government fake one that may or may not have occurred during a fake hurricane. Anyway, I remember walking in the yard and going, what people are fighting against, what occupies so much of their time, the money that goes to grants and research projects and theses at this university doesn't exist. I mean, not that I shouldn't say doesn't exist, obviously. Small amounts of racism in the United States exist. Climate change does exist. Is it the existential threat? But think about that. This whole complex of thought and money and energy and time and it is given to these boogeymen that aren't real. The average student at the American college or university who says that they are fighting against racism has never seen it before a day in their lives. Isn't that amazing? And so you're right. People can be brainwashed so easily against what they see, against what they see or I mean, in the case of racism, don't see racism is totally rampant. I've never seen it. Wouldn't you think if the United States were as systemically racist a place as the left makes it out to be, don't you think we would have met one racist in our lifetime? I have never met a racist in my entire life. Literally not one. Well, I've lived a lot longer than you. The only one I knew was my grandfather. I know you told that on the air. Which was somewhat of a joke. Right. Because he treated, you said you treated black people beautifully. I have never in my life, not only have I never met a racist, I've never even like seen, I've never seen a neo -Nazi holding up a Nazi flag on the street. I've never, I've never even, I can't name one. It's absurd. Well, tell everybody what you pointed out to me. It's brilliant. I think we said this last week, but it's worth repeating. So when I worked for Dennis one summer, one of the things that I helped him out with was going through his massive volume of mail on email and flagging the most important things. And in all of my days and hours spent going through your mail, which by the way was riveting, it could be a show onto its own to talk about the messages you get. I never saw a singular racist email. That is amazing because as I think I said last week, you're a public figure. Forget that you're a conservative public figure.
Monitor Show 23:00 08-25-2023 23:00
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A highlight from Giant Storm Not
"You've spoken and we've heard you loud and clear. We're proud to announce our brand new ACLJ Life and Liberty Drive. Our legal teams will be focusing on the issues that you, our ACLJ members, have told us matter the most to you. Life and religious liberty. We're redoubling our efforts to beat back the radical left's attack on your constitutional religious freedoms and to defend the sanctity of human life. This is your moment to get in the fight. Every tax -deductible gift will be doubled. Join the ACLJ in the fight to keep America free. Hey everybody, Dennis Prager here in horrific, tropical storm unseen since 1939. I am lucky to have arrived safely in order to broadcast. It shows my commitment to you that I am in today as is everybody else. You know what it's you know what's doing outside right this studio in Los Angeles County? Nothing. Absolutely nothing. It is not even drizzling. This is what you have heard on the news so let me report to you from where I am in Los Angeles County. Nothing is happening. Nothing happened yesterday. It rained. It rained. The only odd thing is that it doesn't rain in August in Los Angeles County as a general rule. That's why Dodger games and Angel games are almost never rained out. Or Padre games but that's San Diego. This is extremely significant. Extremely significant. And I want to tell you why. Last night my wife and I attended a wedding. And I spoke to the groom and he told me that about 40 people did not show up because of not the storm because of the hysteria over the storm. Pure undiluted false fake hysteria. My heart broke for the guy. He has no victim sense about him. He just mentioned it in passing to me. That was I would say that was about a third of the people. Many of them by the way flew in from cities across the country to go to the wedding. And they didn't go. Imagine that? Hey honey, did you see the news? Did you read that the governor of this state has declared a state of emergency? Governor Newsom in whom I don't believe there is an authentic bone declared a state of emergency for the county of Los Angeles and maybe others. Is what I'm saying getting clear to you? Nothing happened. Now there was flooding. You've seen pictures. I looked at the Daily Mail printed or published in England and it made where I live look like a national disaster. How many photos does it take of some flooding to cause it? There was a guy knee deep in water with his car stuck in Palm Springs. Palm Springs? What county is Palm Springs in? I don't think it's LA County. It's way east. Okay, I feel bad for the guy. Hasn't been a tropical storm in this area in Southern California since 1939. By the way, will they blame it on climate change? This of course is the inevitable obviously. Like it's in Riverside County. Okay, thank you. That means a lot to my listeners across the country. So I'm trying to be privy to the discussion that a couple who had planned on coming to the wedding last night. The discussion they had goes, I assume it went something like this. I mean they'd really feel bad if we didn't go. Yeah, but did you see the news? Oh, not just the news. Let me share with you my dear friends. Here is taken from my phone. This came up, I would say just about every hour. You know an emergency alert you get on your phone? Emergency alert severe. I'm reading to you from my phone. I'm sure you got the same thing and you took it as seriously as I did. A national weather service. A flash flood warning is in effect for this area until 3 a .m pacific daylight time. This is a dangerous and life -threatening situation. Do not attempt to travel unless you are fleeing an area subject to flooding under an evacuation order or attending a wedding. That was beautiful that they added that. That's how personalized these messages are. They knew we had said yes to a wedding invitation. Life -threatening situation. So back to our couple. Hey honey, you we know came in from Cleveland. They're really expecting us. Yeah, but darling we can't risk our lives to attend a wedding. I mean in the long run of life, I mean you know. Yeah, but honey look outside the window. It's just raining. There's nothing. There's no wind. It's not even a particular downpour. Yeah, but did you see what the governor of the state said? Did you see what the national weather service said? Did you see what NBC news said? Yeah, but honey look out the window. That was my first urge. By the way, I'm not saying it's panic during COVID that it was just as likely to be the man panicking as the woman. Foolishness doesn't know sex or even gender. I want you to understand though this does not bode well for the country. It really doesn't bode well. Let me see here. I wrote about this. I wrote about this in 1999. And I'm trying to find it because you could actually see it in my book of essays. Think a second time. If you want to introduce yourself or me or someone else to me, get my book of essays. 44 essays on 44 subjects. And I wrote an essay at the time on this very issue. Let's see if I can. Yeah, no, I won't have to find it. I wrote about a story. It happened to me about 25, oh no, 30 years ago. Let me see, what's 25 years ago? Yeah, no, about 25, 28 years. It's irrelevant. 25 or 30. I had a speech in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, right outside of Philadelphia. I was in Manhattan. I slept in Manhattan the night before, Thursday night. I had an evening speech. I don't know if it was Thursday night. It's not true. I don't know what night of the week I was going to speak. But the night before, I slept in Manhattan. The whole night, all I hear is blizzard, major major storm. Do not go out. Do not drive unless it is an emergency. So I planned instead of taking, let's see, what would it be? What is it, the filly from New York, an hour and a half? So instead of leaving an hour and a half before, I left four hours before. But I looked out the window of my hotel room and nothing was happening. There was about an inch or two of snow on the ground. This was my first introduction to do I believe my eyes or do I believe the news? And this was a revelation in my life. The power of media and panic is such that you can deny what you are experiencing and seeing because of the induced panic. Schools are closed in LA County. Gold dealers are a dime a dozen. They're everywhere. What sets these companies apart and whom can you really trust? This is Dennis Prager for AmFed Coin and Bullion, my choice for buying precious metals. When you buy precious metals, it's imperative that you buy from a trustworthy and transparent dealer that protects your best interests. So many companies use gimmicks to take advantage of inexperienced gold and silver buyers. Be cautious of brokers offering free gold and silver or brokers that want to sell you overpriced collectible coins claiming they appreciate more than gold and silver. What about hidden commissions and huge markups? Nick Grovitch and his team at AmFed always have your back. I trust this man. That's why I mentioned him by name. Nick's been in this industry over 42 years and he's proud of providing transparency and fair pricing to build trusted relationships. If you're interested in buying or selling, call Nick Grovitch and his team at AmFed Coin and Bullion 800 -221 -7694. Americanfederal .com.
Monitor Show 14:00 08-19-2023 14:00
"Society like ours. Bloomberg opinion editor Sarah Green Carmichael and that does it for this week's Bloomberg opinion. We are produced by Eric Mollo and you can find all of these columns on the Bloomberg terminal and we're available as a podcast on Apple, Spotify or your favorite podcast platform. Now stay with us. Today's top stories and global business headlines are just ahead. I'm Amy Morris and this is Bloomberg. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. Hurricane Hillary has been downgraded to category three, but forecasters warn it's still a dangerous storm. Elizabeth Adams with the National Weather Service says the storm will bring heavy rain. Issued a flood watch that is valid for all of Southern California. So the mountains and the deserts, that's going to be valid for late Saturday morning through Monday afternoon and a few hours delayed for the coast and valleys. 5 AM Sunday through 11 PM on Monday. The latest update from the National Hurricane Center puts Hillary about 235 miles west southwest of the Baja Peninsula in Mexico with sustained winds of about 125 miles per hour. Forecasters expect the storm to weaken as it moves north into colder waters. While Hillary is expected to be a tropical storm by the time it makes landfall, it could still cause potentially catastrophic and life -threatening flooding. The Pentagon is deploying 700 personnel and 140 Coast Guard responders to fight the wildfires still raging in Maui. On Friday, U .S. defense officials pledged to continue their efforts in combating wildfires until they're fully extinguished. The Army has also deployed CH -47 Chinook helicopters to suppress fires from above while the Army Corps of Engineers worked.
Monitor Show 12:00 08-19-2023 12:00
"And friend of the show Vanessa Perdomo for joining us. This is the Bloomberg Business of Sports Show where we explore the big money issues in the world of sports. I'm Michael Barr. You can follow me on X at BigBarSports. And you can follow me at ScarletFoo. Tune in again next week for the latest on the stories moving big money in the world of sports. Stay with us. Today's top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. Southern California is now under its first ever tropical storm warning as Hurricane Hillary churns toward the West Coast. This will bring significant and potentially dangerous and rare impacts to portions of Southern California and the Southwest U .S. National Weather Service meteorologist Courtney Carpenter says Hillary will likely arrive Sunday as a tropical storm. It's currently a category four storm packing 130 mile an hour winds about 240 miles south of Baja, California. The federal government is launching an independent investigation into the cause of the Lahaina wildfire. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is working to determine the origin and cause of the fire that has killed at least 114 people. Officials arrived from the ATF's Honolulu Field Office and Seattle Field Division on Thursday. They'll work alongside Maui fire officials and others also investigating the source of the fire. A new poll shows Florida Governor Ron DeSantis now tied with conservative businessman Vivek Ramaswamy for second place in the GOP primary field. An Emerson College poll finds growing support for Ramaswamy among younger voters as DeSantis registered a big drop from the 21 percent he held in June.
Monitor Show 07:00 08-19-2023 07:00
"Investment Advisors. Switch to interactive brokers for lowest cost global trading and turnkey custody solutions. No ticket charges and no conflicts of your interests at ibkr .com slash ria. And now for my next trick. I will combine the strength of hefty ultra strong trash bags with the joyfully clean scent of Fabuloso! Wow! Smells like rainbows and unicorns! Hefty hefty hefty! Well, that turned out better than when I tried to split my assistant in half. New hefty ultra strong trash bags with Fabuloso scent. So strong, so joyful, it must be magic. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. The National Weather Service has upgraded a tropical storm watch for Southern California to a tropical storm warning. Wind gusts up to 60 miles an hour are possible along with 2 to 4 inches or more of flooding rain. This will bring significant and potentially dangerous and rare impacts to portions of Southern California and the Southwest U .S. this weekend into early next week. National Weather Service meteorologist Courtney Carpenter says Hillary will likely arrive Sunday. Forecasters say Hillary is likely to generate torrential rains in the mountains and southern deserts of California, Nevada and Arizona if the system makes landfall in Southern California.
Monitor Show 19:00 08-18-2023 19:00
"But a lot of these are just left in fields because it's not really clear what anyone can do with them. Not really clear what anyone can do with them. We'll see what happens there. We're monitoring it all for you here on Bloomberg Radio. And that was Linda Lu of Bloomberg News with Bloomberg's Paul Allen and Sherry Ahn. And that is it for this edition of Bloomberg Best. I'm Denise Pellegrini. This is Bloomberg. Stay with us. Top stories and global business headlines coming up right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. Hillary remains a powerful category for hurricane in the Pacific and it's prompted the first ever tropical storm watch for Southern California. The latest report from the National Hurricane Center says Hillary is expected to turn more northwest later on with a faster motion toward the north tomorrow night into Sunday. It's likely to be a historic event. Lucinda Kay explains the last time a tropical storm hit Southern California was in 1939. 45 people died and it caused $2 million in damage. That's like 44 million in today's money. The National Weather Service says it's likely to generate torrential rains freakishly high temps overnight like in the 80s. Emergency crews say it's a triple threat. High surf, heavy rain in a short amount of time and strong winds. I'm Lucinda Kay. People on the Hawaiian island of Maui are bracing for what could be a devastating death toll as more than a thousand people are still missing. Search and rescue teams are digging through the ashes and rubble of what was the town of Lahaina. The top Maui emergency management official who didn't sound warning sirens as wildfires swept across the island has resigned. Herman and I says he does not regret not sounding the sirens because they're typically used as tsunami warnings to tell people to see.
"national weather service" Discussed on WTOP
"Should be very concerned about is the weaponization of the Department of Justice. We should be very careful on how we use immense against political opponents. Phoenix is going to have another day above 110 degrees, making July the hottest month on record. Brian Hurley is with the National Weather Service. Their average temperature, you know, when you into take the account high and the low, their average temperature is 102 .9. It's even hotter in many of the lower income neighborhoods. Jeremy Hoffman heads Climate Justice and Impact at Groundwork USA. Communities of color tend to have higher rates of heat related illnesses. And we have observed directly that these neighborhoods tend to be warmer by several degrees on average during these heat waves. He cites more temperature, fewer trees. No one won the Mega Millions lottery, so it's now the Mega Billion. The odds of winning are great, not but people still buy tickets. Why? Psychology professor Kay Lamar is at Pasadena City College. So when something is like one out of a million versus one out of a billion, those probabilities are very, very different. But to us, it feels the same, right? And so someone might get a lot of fever because it looks like they could win this huge amount of money, even though the odds are very small, because it's very hard for us to understand what those odds are. The next drawing is to see. As the details, this was all happening during a community event, we learned from some community leaders, they were giving out food, trying improve to things in this neighborhood by giving people a safe place to go on a Friday night. They say that this is event an that's held every Friday and they are just shocked that something like this could happen here. Police are looking two for shooters. Russian missiles fell last night in the Ukrainian city of Dnipro and injured nine people. The it. ABC's James Waterhouse reports. The images of last night of another missile strike in the heart of the city show Moscow's attitude to the tactics it's deploying in that it sees civilian casualties or areas as acceptable collateral damage in its continued invasion, or it is a deliberate targeting of the civilian area. This is CBS News. Find great hires fast with Indeed. Their end -to -end hiring solution makes it easy to attract, interview and hire candidates all in the same place. Visit indeed .com slash credit. 1203 at O P. Happy crazy hot weekend. July 29th. We're at 96 degrees, the high heat index in triple digits once again. Good afternoon to you. Thanks for being with us at this hour. I'm Ralph Fox. Top stories that we're following for you. The heat on once again. We're somewhere between bake and broil for the day. However, it's not as bad as it was earlier. More from seven news. First alert meteorologist Jordan Evans. The excessive heat warning that was effect in for the DC metro has now been dropped. It's only a heat advisory today instead of an excessive heat warning. Now that still means it's hot heat index up to 103 105 in a few spots. That's from noon until 8 p .m. When temperatures are expected to be at their highest and high temperatures in the lower to middle 90s. could Now we have some storm chances later this afternoon. That will bring some heat relief and then eventually a front tonight will lower temperatures those by tomorrow. Make sure to drink plenty of fluid stain and air conditioned room as available and check in with relatives and neighbors. A full list of cooling centers can be found throughout our area. It's all
"national weather service" Discussed on WCPT 820
"On Thursday warned of a growing cascade of damage and disruption to the due to Tuberville's hold. The senator has blocked more than 250 military promotions. I'm Lisa Taylor brutal and heat a wave continues to sweep across the US as tens of millions of Americans were under a heat advisory on Friday from California to New York as daytime temperature skyrocketed and nighttime lows set around 10 degrees hotter than normal to get through the heat wave. The National Weather Service recommends drinking lots of water, staying indoors and checking up on relatives and neighbors. Forecasters say a lot of the heat is expected to dissipate by late Saturday, leaving behind chances of thunderstorms and mild temperatures into next week. I'm Jim Forbes. This is Chicago's progressive talk is 20 AM WCPT, Willow Springs and online at wcpt820 .com where facts matter From energy to public health, extreme weather, the economy and more, Climate Connections makes the global local. Here at weekdays during the Tom Hartman program and during Joan Esposito live local and progressive right here on WCPT a 20 Chicago's progressive talk where facts matter. From energy to public health, extreme weather, the economy and more, Climate Connections makes the global local. Here at weekdays during the Tom Hartman program and during Joan Esposito live local and progressive right here on WCPT a 20
Early heat wave in Pacific Northwest could break records
"And early heat wave in the Pacific Northwest good break records. I Norman hall. A heat wave this weekend could surpass daily records in parts of the Pacific Northwest and worsen the wildfires already burning in Western Canada. The region has grappled with scorching summer temperatures and unprecedented wildfires fueled by climate change in recent years, the unseasonable high temperatures get further boost dozens of fires burning in Canada's western Alberta province, the national weather service has issued a heat advisory lasting from Saturday through Monday for much of the western parts of both Oregon and Washington state. Its at temperatures could raise the risk of heat related illness, particularly for those who are dehydrated or don't have effective cooling. I Norman hall
Flood concerns rise as Mississippi River crests in Iowa city
"The Mississippi River is flooding some communities around it as it swells beyond its banks. Prairie du chien Wisconsin resident Melissa Tyree tells Casey RG TV. She's been dealing with about two to three feet of water in her basement. The water in the basement stain about the same, so we're pumping about the same amount of water out. The Mississippi River has been resting after a giant snowpack in northern Minnesota began melting, moving down the approximately 2300 mile stretch. National weather service meteorologist Alex Gibbs in the quad cities bureau. I think we're looking at top 5 crests right now with this one. So at some sites in our area. I'm Julie Walker.
Avalanche kills 6, including mountain guides, in French Alps
"The death toll from Sunday's avalanche in the French Alps has risen to 6, including two mountain guides. The prosecutor's office in bonville in a hot Savoy region says the most recent body was found after searches resumed on Monday morning, where the region added one person has been sent to hospital with minor injuries and 8 other people were found unharmed, no details have been provided on the identity of the victims, the national weather service had not issued a specific avalanche warning, assessing the risk as limited. The avalanche on Sunday rolled down a glacier in the halls of oy, almost 20 miles southwest of chamonix. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Severe storms threaten Midwest, South after deadly weekend
"War tornadoes and storms threaten parts of the Midwest and south, where at least 32 people were killed over the last several days from severe weather, Missouri officials say multiple people were killed early this morning by a tornado that was on the ground for about 15 minutes and traveled up to 20 miles. This tornado in Iowa tweeted by TMX Adrian SFG one of many over the last several days with more to come says national weather service storm prediction center meteorologist John Hart. Damaging winds were probably the main threat, but there will be the potential of a few tornadoes along the entire extent of the line. That line stretching from lower Michigan all the way through Illinois, Ohio, Missouri, Tennessee, down into parts of Texas. Unfortunate that it happens every spring, but severe storms tornadoes damaging winds are just part of living in the central and eastern United States. He says severe thunderstorm and tornado watches are in place across the entire region. I'm Julie Walker
Tornado recovery tough in Mississippi, one of poorest states
"In Mississippi and Georgia, they're digging out from tornadoes that tore through parts of both states with up to 200 mph winds. At least 25 people were killed in Friday's Mississippi storms where that EF four tornado stretched for 59 miles, according to meteorologists. Volunteers like Jared coons on the ground helping residents left homeless. Houses, homes, everything is everything I can see is in some state of destruction. Now the southern plains and Midwest racing for more severe storms Thursday and Friday says national weather service storm prediction center forecaster Jared guyer. This kind of setup could produce severe storms capable of large hail damaging winds and tornadoes. Guyer says we're getting into prime season for tornadoes. I'm Julie Walker.
Federal aid coming to tornado-wrecked swath of Mississippi
"Federal help is on the way for the people in the Deep South who suffer damage and deaths from Friday's devastating tornado. The town of rolling fork Mississippi is one of those nearly wipe flat by the twisters devastation. Wanda barfield says it was the hand of God. I said, when you come. It ain't gonna be nothing nice. She's grateful to be spared. That life is more important than anything else. You can get jobs, money, car, low shoes. But found her sister in law dad when she went to check. The fema administrator de and Chris well is coming to tour damage throughout the region, meeting with mayors and local residents. Making sure that the local jurisdictions, those first responders have all of the resources that they need and then second that we start to take care of these families. And praising first responders. Such an amazing job, some of which probably have lost some of their homes themselves. She spoke on ABC's this week with George Stephanopoulos. The national weather service is estimating the damage was caused by an E four tornado. On the ground for about an hour. I'm Jackie Quinn
Mississippi tornadoes kill 23, injure dozens overnight
"About two dozen deaths are reported in rural Mississippi, with fears that number will grow after a fierce tornado blasted the region. The national weather service says the tornado was moving at about 70 miles an hour when it barreled through towns northeast of Jackson, Mississippi. In sharkey county, there are reports of gas leaks and people trapped in piles of rubble. The mayor of rolling fork, Eldridge walker told an interviewer, my city is gone. He had been trapped inside his damaged home because of downed power lines. Mississippi's governor says emergency crews are being sent from around the state after the storm's destruction through sharkey county. It raced toward Alabama. There were reports thereto of damage with trees and power lines down in Marion county and winds gusting near 60 miles an hour. I'm Jackie Quinn.
Californians eager for sunnier days after relentless winter
"After years of drought, it was too much rain in snow for California. It was a strange stormy and cold winter for the Golden State. This week's atmospheric river was the 12th such storm in the states since late December. Californians initially welcomed the precip in chilly temperatures after a record hot summer and many years of drought, but the relentless storms busted the drought in two thirds of the state and broke precip records along the way. The national weather service says San Diego has already recorded 5 more inches of rain than normal and Los Angeles had the wettest beginning of the year since 2005. I'm Shelley Adler.
California gets a break from drenching rains
"California is expected to get a few days break from the weather. Powerful rainstorms of drenched parts of the state flooding roadways, causing landslides toppling trees and flooding hundreds of acres of strawberries, national weather service forecaster bob orwig says the state is getting a break. California's weather is much calmer than it has been. We do have some generally light rain potential coming up for part of the weekend mostly on Sunday. But or vex says next week could bring some issues. It looks like we may have a more significant storm affect California Tuesday and Wednesday with the potential for some additional heavy snows throughout this year. And some heavy rains at the lower elevation. So we could end up with some flooding issues as we go into the beginning to middle part of next week. So Californians will get a chance to clean up before the next round of winter arrives. I'm Donna water
Another atmospheric river pounds California, 27K to evacuate
"Another atmospheric river is wrecking havoc in California while heavy snow hits the east coast. I'm Lisa dwyer. Forecasters are warning of more flooding and potentially damaging winds as a new atmospheric river pushes into a swamped California. Nearly 27,000 people are under evacuation orders statewide with emergency declarations for 40 counties. There's been damaging winds with gusts of up to 70 mph. There are also numerous reports of fallen trees and more than 330,000 customers without power. The national weather service says the storm is moving faster than expected, and most of the rainfall should shift southward. California has been battered by ten previous atmospheric rivers this winter on the east coast heavy wet snow cause a plane to slide off a runway and led to hundreds of school closings canceled flights and thousands of power outages there. I'm Lisa dwyer
New England, upstate New York, bracing for winter storm
"Parts of the northeast are being hit with a powerful winter storm. The national weather service says the storm could last into Wednesday for areas such as New England, upstate New York, northeastern Pennsylvania, and northern New Jersey, dumping heavy wet snow and unleashing strong winds, meteorologist Andrew Orson. Snowfall turtles that were going to see that with this particular storm will be among the highest that we've seen for this entire wear season. It has been below average for snowfall across the northeast this year. And so this no Easter will be very impactful because we haven't really seen a whole lot of snow. New York governor Kathy hochul already has warned that the storm could be deadly, and she's telling people in the affected areas to stay off the roads, the Albany area could get three feet of snow. I'm Donna water
"national weather service" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"To all three roads to get up to the big bear mountain. You can not go down or get up at this point. Susie, you've been up there many years. Do you like snow? I love it. I absolutely love it. My husband and I have been here for years and our kids gone to the schools. They play in the snow. I mean, it's just a beautiful place to live. You know, they'll take it back to the times we have given you a call to talk to you. And JT about the fire dangers around there. But I don't think we've ever talked about the winner because as JT said, he'd been working at some of the ski resorts with the snow making machines because some winters you were lacking the snow, but this one is just, would you say this is totally unusual? Is there any record of any kind of this blizzard this ever happened there before that you find? Ten years ago that we've had the same situation we're dealing with right now today. I will never forget that ten years ago and it's all over the news. Yes, it's just fascinating. Does he have heard any local people making a prediction now with this blizzard warning of when spring will arrive this year? Is it going to be around for a while the snow do you think? Oh, absolutely. I think we're going to have a long haul for a while. The national weather service has another storm system is heading to the region, and it is expected to bring periods of rain and mountain snow late tonight through Wednesday. A warming and drying trend is expected to arrive in the weekend later this week. Your stock charts dot com money update on news radio 1000 FM 97 7. In a shift from the earlier days of the pandemic, people are booking more of
"national weather service" Discussed on WTOP
"Huh? Yeah, it's really impressive out there. The national weather service has issued a wind advisory for just about the entire area, including the D.C. metro, the blue ridge, this is an effect until 7 p.m. tonight. I'm tracking a wind gust at Oregon national of 46 miles an hour. So with winds this strong, some power outages are possible, some downed, tree limbs, maybe even some down trees, and of course we're dealing with wind chill temperatures out there. After a really mild start today, temperatures in the 60s, I'm now tracking wind chills in the 30s, even 20s, the wind chill currently in Gaithersburg, 29°. So kind of unbelievable. Now as we head into the overnight hours, the wind starts to subside somewhat, but it still is a little bit breezy out there with lows in the 20s as skies clear out tonight. Beautiful sunshine tomorrow, highs near 50, but remember it's a really cold start on your Saturday. For Sunday we'll have temperatures warming to near 60 more clouds out there for presidents day. It's looking breezy with temperatures around 60°. Currently, the temperature at dulles at 32 or I should say the wind chill at dulles the 32, the actual temperature coming in at 43 temperature and Bowie at 43 and outside of our studios here in northwest Washington, a current temperature of 43, but feeling more like 36. Alrighty, thanks, Amelia, brought to you by Len the plumber, trusted same day service 7 days a week. WTO had 5 21. A blue spring steam and a legendary east green bed. Live in Washington, D.C., the 2023
"national weather service" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Global news update the deadly tornado that ripped through Gaylord Michigan Friday head wins of a 150 miles an hour The national weather service says that's the first tornado in Michigan and EF three or stronger since the year 2012 the twister hit a mobile home park images show at least two dozen trailer homes left in a pile at one end of the park Two people were killed and emergency shipment of baby formula should be hitting U.S. store shelves soon The first shipment from operation fly formula are arriving in Indiana this weekend after about 130 pallets of Nestlé infant formula were loaded onto cargo aircraft in Germany Older Americans are being urged to get a COVID booster shot to stop a current rise in hospitalizations from COVID CDC director doctor Rochelle Walensky says the increase in hospitalizations among older Americans has been steep and substantial More intense hates expected in the northeast today major cities like Boston New York and Philadelphia will get back up into the 90s this afternoon with humidity forecasters say temperatures will feel like they're in the hundreds I'm Scott Carr This is Bloomberg daybreak weekend our global looking ahead at the top stories for investors in the coming week I'm John Tucker in New York a global action plan could be in the works to try to deal with the growing food crisis for more let's head to our Bloomberg 99 one newsroom in Washington and Amy Morris Amy Thank you John international development agencies have unveiled an action plan now for addressing that growing global food crisis.
"national weather service" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"The rain will wrap around and pass through the Tampa Bay region throughout the day. Today, I'm bringing our rain chance up to about 50% during the day, and it could be breezy as well with highs in the upper eighties to near 90 During the evening, the rain will taper down. I know we had the Bucks game tonight. So take along the ring here just to be on the safe side, but the rain chances are coming down. Lows tonight in the mid seventies tomorrow afternoon rain chance at 40% with a high of 90, and it is breezy on the water. Today, West winds at 15 knots sees it 2 to 4. Ft. I'm Max Degenerate meteorologist Lee Span. This report is paid for by the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services. Good news. The FDA has approved Covid 19 vaccine. So if you've been waiting for FDA approval, now is the time to get vaccinated. Find your free vaccine at vaccines dot gov paid for by the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services, It's 81 degrees and news radio. W F L A Tropical Storm Mindy has made landfall in Saint Vincent Islands south east of Panama City, with top sustained winds of 44 MPH, meteorologist Nicole Carlisle with the National Weather Service says. It's expected to bring heavy rain to the big band area all the way South the Tampa Bay morning through the afternoon hours. If you're north of the Tampa Bay area, you'll see that earlier but For the Tampa Bay region. It's mostly going to be during the daytime hours of Thursday. Despite the rainfall, it won't stop tonight. NFL season opener at Raymond James Stadium, a packed house is expected for Raymond James Stadium, where the Tampa Bay Buccaneers took home the Vince Lombardi Trophy seven months ago. But for Super Bowl 55 M v. P. Tom Brady, there's just something about the season opener gets butterflies. It's kind of being anxious because We kind of put a lot into it. The box hosting the Dallas Cowboys to kick off.
"national weather service" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And promised to cooperate with the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission during the investigation. This is NPR news Live from KQED News. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan. The National Weather Service is extending the region's red flag warnings due to a combination of dry vegetation, offshore winds, low humidity and high temperatures. Ryan well, broom is a meteorologist with the National Weather Service, usually quick in a weather event like this, And maybe we wouldn't be too concerned because the fuels would still be green enough and moist enough to not burn. But on the heels of the help that worry When we get these hot, dry, windy days in May, it's increasing the fire danger that were seen Data from the National Weather Service shows fuels are abnormally dry for this time of year. Bay Area. Firefighters spent much of the weekend battling small blazes across the region, and Welbourne says thesis Chueh Shin isn't likely to improve as we head into hotter, drier summer weather. California is taking a cue from cities like Berkeley and moving to require new single family homes to be equipped for electric appliances. The state's Energy Commission released draft building standards codes this past week. The proposal would require new construction to have wiring and panels ready for all electric appliances, stoves, ovens, dryers and heat pumps. The new code doesn't ban gas appliances outright, but the commission says the goal is to encourage builders to eliminate fossil fuels from buildings. If commissioners vote to approve the code in August. The new rules.
"national weather service" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"National Weather Service says severe storms will hit communities along the front range of the Rocky Mountains. The second system will produce violent weather with warm, humid air from the Gulf of Mexico. I'm Lisa Taylor. At least 18 people are dead after a coronavirus award went up in flames in India late Friday night to healthcare workers were among those killed in the fire at the intensive care ward of the Patel Welfare Hospital. Officials say a preliminary investigation determined a short circuit likely caused the blaze. This comes this India's health care system is straining and made a corona virus crisis that has left more than 200,000 dead. It also follows a fire in a covert hospital in a Mumbai suburb that killed a dozen people in late April. At least send people are under arrest after police clashed for the group in Seattle Deem Yukio has more, police say a group of people dressed in all black moved around downtown Seattle, throwing things at officers and pedestrians and blocking try. Have fake. This followed a peaceful day of marches and rallies in the city for International Workers Day A public safety order was issued for the black clad group and arrests were made in connection with property damage in placing hazards in the road, Police said. The crown threw rocks, bottles, paint, eggs and flares. Undie mutual reports show Republicans Susan Wright is leading the tight race for the sixth Congressional District in Texas. According to the Fort Worth Star Telegram. Right seems to have a spot secured in the runoff is she has more than 19% of the vote. With 96% of polling places reporting, Republican State representative Jake L. Z and Democrat Jane Lynn Sanchez are battling it out to fight right in a runoff as they both have garnered more than 13% of the vote. The North Texas district seat was previously held by Susan Wright's husband, Ron, right. Who died after battling lung cancer and covert 19. Authorities say a 39 year old Colorado woman was killed in a rare bear attack. The woman was reportedly out walking her dogs near tremble on Friday, but her boyfriend returned home that evening to find the dogs, but no sign of her. Colorado Parks and Wildlife say her body was found about an hour later, and an abundance of bear scat and hair were found at the scene. A female black bear and two yearlings were found nearby and were euthanized. I'm Lisa Taylor and I'm Didi's Pellegrini in the Bloomberg News. ERM, let's look at some of the stories we're tracking for you here this hour Tech and the coming Friday jobs reporter in the spotlight as we move toward a new week on Wall Street, Even mosques Space X is celebrating after space Sex Crew Dragon capsule made that parachute landing off Panama City, Florida. No preparations are underway for apples expected big courtroom brawl With fortnight tomorrow we get more of that from Bloomberg's Larry Karofsky. Apple is being sued by the video game maker Fortnight's parent on Monday. Epic accuses Apple of using its operating system to keep down the competition. Apple booted fortnight off the APP store last year after fortnight offered a payment alternative that let customers bypass apples mandatory 30% commission to at makers. Try a will essentially look at whether Apple's control of IOS qualifies is a monopoly. The suit could potentially force Apple to cede control of AP distribution and even eventually let you freely install software on your phone like you currently can on a PC. All right, Thank you. Larry and Berkshire Hathaway reporting a quarterly profit, Bloomberg's Katherine Chick, Lynskey says. There are small signs that buffet may have his eye on investing in infrastructure. They own this big energy business, and they actually created a Berkshire Hathaway energy infrastructure group. They submitted a proposal to Texas on a way that Archer could create a backup solution for them if they ever had an energy crisis like they did. Unfortunately, this winter and in the sense talked about how yet is going to require companies to keep updating and consistently poor in this money, and in a way that's a good thing for Berkshire. Berkshire has a lot of money they need. Put it to work and sometimes infrastructure is a great way to actually to get some return, but also to put huge sums of money to work. And Chick Lynskey says Berkshire is sitting on a near record pile of cash. But we'll lose 24 hours a day on their head on Bloomberg. Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm to these Pellegrini, this is Bloomberg. This is Bluebird. Wall Street Week. Markets shrugged off higher consumer prices. The economy is in the process of rebounding with the Federal Reserve have its own digital currency. The financial stories that sheep are worked. Many people.
"national weather service" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Into the deadly riot that took place in the capital. Investigations already were planned, with Senate hearing scheduled later this month in the Senate Rules Committee. Snowstorm in North Texas is something that National Weather Service meteorologist Mark Shin Art says is not that common for defecting to the forecast and Dallas would be a top 10. No event looking. Historically, another round of storm is approaching from the southwest towards the Northeast, and DFW is going to get hit again. Overnight Temperatures windshields could be down, minus 20. Cunard says. By Monday night into Tuesday, the Northeast is going to see the same weather system that's hit the rest of the country. If he will be rain. New York City will be mostly rain, although they may there may be some sleet and freezing rain for appeared at the beginning. In Boston will be predominantly rain with some sleet and freezing rain Nixon as well. So the more significant winter weather with this system we more central and northern New England, so central northern New York, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine. That's where we'll see the more significant snowfall in the Northwest. Some 200,000 people in the Portland, Oregon area without power because of the storm there. News and analysis at town hall dot com. Meanwhile, relief Thank you is so successful in lowering or eliminating pain. I'm often asked that question beaten Chef Talbot, the father and son, founders of really Factor tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right, designed to heal on Now, I agree. The doctors who formulated really factor for Pete and self selected the four best ingredients 100% drug free ingredients that each help your body deal with inflammation. That's correct each other four ingredients deal with inflammation on a different metabolic. Pathway that right they're approaching your pain from four different angles may very well be. Why so many Americans find such wonderful pain relief If you have back pain, shoulder, neck, hip, knee or foot pain from exercise, or even just getting older, you must order the three week quick start now discounted the only 1995 to see if it will work for you, too. I think it could give your body what it needs to heal itself. Gotta really factor dot com Call 805 183 84 early factor dot com. New Zealand's largest city of Auckland, will be placed in a three day lockdown, beginning just before midnight Sunday following the discovery of three unexplained coronavirus cases in the community. Prime minister just sender are, Dern said the new restrictions are being put in place to deter any more new cases. I'm asking you, Zeeland is to continue to be strong and be kind..
"national weather service" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Commissioners before their pay is raised, would stop the automatic increases. Giving you the story behind the stories. Devil Ugo W. The official National Weather Service forecast has sunshine today with a high in the upper forties clouds moving in tonight. Stay with us tomorrow and we could get some rain Thursday night. But Friday and Saturday are mostly sunny before we got a slight chance of rain again on Sunday, staying in the upper forties. The lower fifties for highs for a while, at least for the next week. That is the official National Weather Service forecast. I'm Kevin West on Devil Ugo W. Introducing touch free payments from PayPal a safe way for your customers to pay. Simply download the papal app and display your own unique You are code for your customers to scan whether you're a market seller, Poodle pamper piano tuner. Or plumber. Signing up to accept touch free payments for your business is easy Touch freak. You are code payments shop safe with PayPal. 2020 showed us What matter most connection to the people, places and traditions we love. But for the almost 17 million kids who suddenly are able to connect, it also showed how much work needs to be done. That's why 18 T is helping to make sure students have access to the high speed Internet they need to learn. It's part of our $125 billion investment over the past five years to connect America.
"national weather service" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Serving Lou Russo believes an investigation will clear both officers. It's unclear whether this decision affects the criminal charges both still face County's new D, A just turned those cases over to the state Veronica Waters. 95.5 WSB 35 degrees in Atlanta Windy and cold Tonight lows near 29, partly to mostly sunny, windy and cold Tomorrow highs. Only 44. Atlanta's most accurate in dependable forecast is coming up. Let's get a look at those roads. Alex Williams and the WSB 24 hour Traffic center checking on possible new trouble in Roswell, 400. South bound just south of Holcomb Bridge Road, exit number seven brake lights starting to fill in there, we will see if we can locate that on the WSB jam camp. Crash Still at times and right lane 25 eastbound the inner loop right around Buford Highway Exit number 32 More minutes on 95.5 WSB, The biggest winner, storm and years is hitting the East Coast, shutting down Corona virus vaccination sites, closing schools and halting transit as snow piled up from the Appalachians to New England, The National Weather Service says more than 13 inches of snow has fallen in Manhattan Central Park as of one o'clock local local time and as much as 16 inches was reported. And northern New Jersey meteorologist Jeff Buried, Ellie tells us there's more to come across New England and the rest of the Northeast. The snows can continue on and off for Tuesday and then begin to wind down on Tuesday night. Most of the storm's already ending to the south of Philadelphia. But from Philadelphia north, it looks like we have some more snow to go. At least two deaths are being blamed on the storm. So far. President Joe Biden in a group of 10, Senate Republicans are offering competing proposals to help the United States respond to the Corona virus pandemic and provide economic relief. If two businesses and families top local news every 30 minutes, and when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on it. New appointments for the covert vaccine are on hold for Cobb and Douglas County residents going.
"national weather service" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The expressway. Ruth three is clear along the South Shore from Weymouth. Down to these sag more rob tackler. WBZ is traffic on the threes. Thank you, Robin. Now, the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast Here's AccuWeather meteorologist Matt Vensel. Any sunshine for this afternoon still called and windy at times could be a flurry out on the Cape High of 21 Real field stuck in the single digits and teens and for tonight, clearing quite cold, less well. And a lingering Fleury out on the Cape low of eight tomorrow. Sunshine, mixing with some clouds, not as harsh with those winds. I have 25 cloudy and breezy for Monday, with some snow developing in the afternoon. High 35 snow likely will continue into Monday night and Tuesday potential for significant accumulations out of the system High on Tuesday after 33 I'm actually meteorologist Matt bands WBZ Boston's news radio dress in layers today sunny and bright, very windy and frigid, only 12 degrees in Worcester, 13 and Chelsea $14. Quincy and 11 degrees in Cambridge and Boston discovered the best winter ever at Subaru of New England dot com. It's 10 25 bedroom Oh Holland at the WBC water cooler, Govind 19. There's a long way to go. But vaccine progress is the light at the end of the tunnel. The end is in sight. But for the next few months, we must continue to stay vigilant and take the steps that we all know about the spread Governor Baker and hey, about that snow this week will lead them with the National Weather Service better. It's since we've had some snowfall, right? That's what I'm saying. And then it's cold cold in a pandemic that makes it not easy on the homeless shelters, says Karen the Fraser, president of Boston ST Francis House, complicated with the would be the understatement of the year and also complicated. Let's take you up to Vermont, where.
"national weather service" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"And that he kicked officers before they used force. The department says both officers, body cameras fell off in the incident and footage is not available. Taylor Corrupt key to our news well old man winter making up some serious ground after a weak start to the winter season, Flagstaff had 33 inches of snow this past week and more. On the way. Of course, we saw some on social media this afternoon. Looks like a pretty good snowfall up north, Justin Johndroe. He's with the National Weather Service, He says the Flagstaff area could see 4 to 8 inches of new powder from this afternoon until midnight. Tonight was strong way looking for a period of fairly heavy snow above about 5000 ft. We do have one or weather advisories that air out above the 6000 ft level for the heavier snow, and the recent storms brought Flagstaff upto 46 inch. Is of new snow for the winter. Let's check in with Jasmine Scott. She's keeping an eye and you drive around town on a wet Friday evening Live in the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center John Off ramp remains blocked off. Do that bad collision on the 17 North bound at seven Street, Go ahead and exit at Seventh Avenue to avoid delays. This report is sponsored by car saver dot com. Car saver dot com is a better way to buy new and used cars with a lifetime warranty on every car at no additional cost to you Save thousands today at Savior dot com. That's car saver dot com. I'm Jasmine Scott. Katya. Our news. Well, the rain expected to clear out of the valley tonight, so we'll have an overnight low of 43 degrees for the weekend. Tomorrow Sunny 62 the high partly cloudy on Sunday with a high of 69 degrees right now, it is 48 degrees and Gilbert Whether brought to you by Howard Air, John Roller. Katya. Our news. Castle Glvc. We're introducing touch free payments from PayPal a safe way. If your customers to pay simply download the papal app on display your own unique Q R code for your customers to scan whether you're a market seller, poodle, pamper piano tuner or plumber. Signing up to accept touch free payments for your business is easy Touch freak. You are code.
"national weather service" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Confident Democrats don't have enough votes to convict Trump Following this month's capital riot. Paul claimed it's unconstitutional to hold a trial for a president who is no longer in office. And the National Weather Service has issued a blizzard warning for the Northern Sierra said to take effect tonight. Forecasters are predicting heavy snowfall and very limited visibility with wind gusts from 50 to 100 MPH. Now that warning cover South Lake Tahoe, Truckee and East towards Reno, Nevada through Friday morning. There's also an avalanche watch from seven tonight until seven tomorrow morning. Now, of course, things less severe here in our Sacramento area. But nevertheless, the National Weather Service has issued a high wind warning tonight through tomorrow around noon, so they are just letting you know this wins could be damaging could blow down trees and power line and they do expect there could be our out power outages, which is why we're talking with Meghan McFarlane a PG and e who's coming back with us, Meghan Thank you so much, And I know you've been preparing for this storm watching the forecast and so forth. What exactly has P Jeannie done in advance of this? Show Petey any more bizarre store manage prediction model. It looks at where the storm is going to hit the hardest where our customers are going to be impacted and power might go out. This way we can pre stage cruise we can pre stage resource is like equipment that's often damaged during the storms that this way when The weather clears, and it's safe workers to get out there. They're ready to go and start making safe restorations to power. And what do you tell customers in advance? What can they do? Customers should know where to go to get outage information for their neighborhood. They can go to the p g e dot com website. They can sign up for Proactiv alerts and we'll text or phone or email them and let them know about outages. You can also call Parker adage Information line at 807.
"national weather service" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"BJ Thomas. Hello. This is not hip. Nothing seems to fit. Oh, yeah, It's classic brother. It's class. Why don't you boys raining man? That's a rain song because if it rains, a man, I don't know that there's an umbrella that's going to stop that from happening, Do you? How was that question? What? Outside? It rained cats and dogs. How was it? Got a concussion? Look, He's very terse. Today. The weather makes him none as love it. I love it. You know, It's gonna be like this for the next few hours and into tomorrow tomorrow. So rain, lightning hail, tornadoes, a blade, All right. I really excited right now. Best things and the worst things from Kansas. Iris Aramis Eos Joining us now from ABC, 15. Hi, Iris. How are you? Hi. It's been a while and man. We finally get some weather and it's coming in with a bang, right? Yes. Tornado is doing. See it isn't happening. Is it close? And where is it? Tell us what you know. Okay, so there is no tornado out there, but we are under a severe thunderstorm warning in that warning. The National Weather Service lift all the possible hazards. We're definitely seeing the lightning, the heavy rain, the strong winds and the hail. I don't know if you've seen all the photos coming in from downtown Phoenix. But the hail is certainly been coming down across the valley, and it is covering the ground, so it looks like snow, but it's hail now. They also mentioned the possibility that tornado so what happens is you get these cold fronts that comes through you get the winds coming in different directions, and it's possible we get some briefs. Enough, but at this point not seeing any of that on radar. It's not happening. We're not seeing any tornadoes. You know, we need a tornado tab. We need a funnel cloud actually touch the round for it to be a tornado. We're not seeing any of that. So, but still, it's important that when you see these severe thunderstorm warnings come down, that you're indoors away from windows and you're taking all the precautions that you would take in a tornado situation or in a severe thunderstorm situation. So what you're saying is if your house your house is a single or double wild and it's aluminum, you should be okay. Right now is what you're telling everybody is this correct? Well, no, you know, obviously, if you have a more sturdy building.
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